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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta EDI50N FHON3G3APHS FIAMOS ASSIN1BOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAED mm PLUMBING Phone 1448 1248 Fifth Avenue 8. r ot School supplies iMswmcr liuiinj i toy lialkmn fret'. we carry a lull sleek or nil IV liljb Srli blic Prliool Tens and a full The KENNY ALLIN Co., Ltd. Quality Goods Priced Right Noiuins IOJEO.- cm book accouuts. X'ullii-ie ncJcJ I" "I1 expensive delivery system. A unill i.- made when goods arc delivered. by '.vorklDg under sueh a eysiem wo are able to jiiv you lue very lows.-i lossililc tash ivfcers litu our syMem sn will you. A Few Prices. For Full List Get Our September Catalogue just Off the Press. CRAB APPLES. Transcendents, No. Is. per case APPLES, Finest Duchess. Nothing per cast................ ITALIAN PRUNES, in peach boxtt. PEACHES, and Crawfords, BAHTLETT PEARS, per case S2.ll CUCUMBERS, large siie, ptr dozen........ 55c better fcr CUCUMBERS, plcklers. ptr cast 12.50 RIPE TOMATOES, per basket..............45c irr box j 1.85 Per crate crate jl.75 POTATOES, dry and mealy, per cwt......J2.75 THE GOOD CO., LTD. HISM CLASS 3IOCERB Feoi Board No. 8691 IF YOU WANT Timothy and Bluejoint HAY, WE CAN SUPPLY YOU Pint orJcrs cow white ibn hay Is ibs best quaUlT. We cm give you prompt shipment. SAUNDERS HAY GRAIN COMPANY 1221 SECOND AVE. PHONE 732. MARKETS Gralo ind I iyr Gasoline and Oil Filling Btaticn Is Always Open Day and Night FREE AIR ON THE CURB EVERYTHING for the AUTOMOBILE Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. SEVENTH STREET NORTH OF POST OFFICE WIXXIPKG. Sfpt. closed! lower for r.ll Barley te Tower, anil Klas Lo 3c down. I The nurfcet was r.ufet uiih a slightly i weaker tone. j Winnipeg Markets Open. Close. i October............ S-I'.i i December OclobET Deceaiber Ociobcy 512 -502 Cash Prices T'.s Xo. 2 CAV.. No. I CAV.. L'ltra Xo. 1 Feed v-- ST'.s Xo. 3 C.W...1S2 Xo. 4 Fetil 12-> PINK AND PRETTY If you wish to liave a Iba Is pink and beautiful, try Nyal's Vanishing Cream II Is. a (B-ondcriulIy refreshing requisite. Delicately scented. Try a small (o: vre are sr.l- isticd tbat after you tisve lesteil il you .will warn a cure seas- ons quantity. I CITY AND DISTRICT; Board of Trade Luncheon The board of Trade will lioM its regular luanhcou ou Thursday at 12.10. Price 35c and 60c Phone 655 gimniimnummuiminni i i Xo. 2 C.W...520 Xo. 3.JL-.W...4S1S Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG. Sept. cattle. 95 calves, 200 hogs and 274 i sbeip. Prices steady. J.. i Butcher steers. to 512.00; heif- "ers. J5.50 lo 310.25; cows', 53.00 lo Lulls, J1.50 to oxen, i lo J3.50; stackers. _____ i feeders. calves, fS.OO j-lo I f- HOES, selects, i J17.00 to MS.QQ; sows. 311.00 515.00; IS.OQ to JIS.OO. j Calgary Livestock CALGARY, Sepl. belweun 600 and 700 head ol cattle unloaded and 20 cars, principally from Ihe FOUtn. io unload for the afternoon mar- ket, business at Hie'yards was slow and if anything lower Jhan yesterday.! There were few good butcher steers' in the market and the bulk went at r.RHIIHHiraiKUffll'.UWUKE I jio.OO. COTVS, TThich R week ngo woutt Praises Grenadier Guards Band Mr, Claude Hughes, organist'ol ley cliuroli, has murncd lo the tUv 1 afier a. five weeks' vacation in i.he cast, a considerable time of which was I spent at Onl., the home I of Hushes, who accompanied xr. Ilirghts vIMtcd Toronto and I had pleasure of hearing Ihn fam-j ous band of llic Grenadier Guards at' thfl Exhibition there. "Talk about says Mr. Hughes, we fan only get thai baud to I.cthbrltlgc every- j ono will be ravins." Tho Exhibition Ms very largely patronized, [liere he- ing P. record of 110.000 visitors in one day. The people arc simply cuthiifod wiih tLe hand of Hie Grenadiers, ivlitcli Is conducUil by Major wminma, M.Y. a Dcctor o( .Music of Oxford I'ni- ]TcrtIty. Ths crops in the d'.strict are immense, according to Mr. anil considered one of the !D the couutry. RED CROSS DRUG! BOOK CO., LTD. Sherlock Bldg- Try our Improved Service Delanys Meat Co. Phone 452 Shave readily brought to jare selliug di. and a, f! hundred; stockera, whether steera or are a slow sale, and feeders are olf from 50 cents to 75 cents a E hundred. Calves arc also rtowu, being the top-figure, and that lor prime real. The rough veal'was down lo JC.OO nnd ?T-00. was litlle Stport oa sale, aad no hogs "sold at I i noon, dealers asking J13.QQ arid pack- 'ers t 1! cars. of ?1S.OO for selecls orr Run Downl HIGINBOTHAM'S IRON AND WINE r n I a delicious Ionic w Wall Papers Paper that room Lefore the ulnler comes. A large stoct of Tapers at all prices. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE PHONE I2E! LETHBRIDOE HOTEL nLOCK Every Order Means ftnother_ R. COULTRY Phone 492 Tht' .Milt Hsrktl New York Stocks XEW YORK, i Sept.' Closing 5 sales: C. P. 152 5-S; United States 11 Stscl, 107 5-S; United Slates Steel ]iro- ijferred, 115 7-S. ANNODP1CEMENTS ClivjJe Hughes, L.A.Q., ias cora- rflencei teaching. N'o. 57303, "Hard Times Conic Afsaiu N'o sung by Homer, Vic- lor Ilecord. at Willis Piano Store. 101 3rd Are. Eoutlr. i The Conservatory Orchestral Club I will mcclfor Ihc first lime eeason lion CTenlng. Sept. 17tb. I'or terms of membership, address the conductor, J, George Hariier, or iilionu [I 755. 222-1 (I Bawdcn's private school will reopen for the fall lorm on Monday, September Sth, at 5.31 a.m. For fur- ther apply 1255 4lh Ave. .S., or phorc 115S. i Leo M. Cnomo'a prepared lo laTco ifvirllitr enrollments nov- for lessons In I Modern Voice Culture, Pianoforte. Concert Playing. Harmony, Theory, Sight Singing, Couraea In [all at hfs studios, .410 J2lli i St. A, y.r ami nurgmann'a half, J18 13lh St. X. Call, phone or write. Adult dancing classes will he form- I 'j3 by Mlaa GerboT at llic Conservatory j'of Music on Thursday evening, Sept, Those ricsJrinK Instruction .should Miss Gerbcr before (he above f Ma.sonH cT North should not believe nil Ihcy read. Tlic B'jcond Irrins. We never ask anyone io buy seconil liolHe-r-Lhey always buy it without asking. Deli dolts it .taste, it coDlalr.s iron Lo pnricli tbe blood, pep- lonizcfl LceT to Icc-J I ihft tissues and choice wine as jj an appetizer If you feel ivorn- out. tiiftl .and run-down, you need' a ionic; you rouMu't lin'I a LcUcr one Ihnn this. J. D. HigiMHin Co. Limited Thf Start "Alberl la'j PTonecp '.VholeuU ind riEUIl Chcnlsti '515 ind 322 MONEY LENT On farm lands. Apply to JOHNSTONE RITCHIE Aiadia Building, Lcthbrldge 1SS-0 Farewell Meetings In (lie Eaivailon Army citadel nil day on Sunday Adjutant Mrs. j conducted trie laren'cll ser- VICPS of (luird Clara Clapliaui. Cadui Margaret Hcdsliaw, Cadet Louise Slarks, o[ iliis eorp, als'o Cndei Knsslin, of Kdmonton Xo. 1 Carp. In [he morning's holiness fathering Ihc adjutant, assisted by C.idet was in command. The afiernoiin praise service was In charge ot Mrs. JoTin- slope, ihe lea tier, ami C'aUct while iiiv nojalaiil Cflrtet Rcdsbnw conducted tLe niectinEr at the saol. In Ihe evening's service before i a good audience the commanding otii- ccrs took charge of tTiis Important gathering. Three of the pi local oltlcers, Sergt.-Major Tuliocfe, Secre- tary KayncR and young L-eader Pro. Munily Epoke ftv words ot behalf of the departing young com- rades. Bhlcr Mrs. lledshaw. and _ daughter sang a duet, atler which Sis- i ter Brother Clapham ESTC a trghi testimony DTI the good Cbrisllan life of lucir daughter, the guard leader. Lydi> Hardy and Daisy Mercer ren- dered an appropriate duet. Slsltr Mrs. Slarkfi also gave a brier address on tlio influence ol a good mother. Mra. Adjutant Johnalonn sang one of her touching solos. The adjutant .called upon the cadets to speat, in jivhlcU they responded in a ret? j when Hie officer, on behalf of tno ;band and comrndts of Corp, i'preseTiled a Bible anil song booft lo cnch of the cadelg. Tills Impressive I service ivaa brought to a close liy I standing as the band played i "God He With You Till "We Meet Again." On Momlay'aL 1 p.m. the iand anil cGwrailes rocl at the ellartel and the cadets to the depot. The baud gavo several selcijLions of music on the' platform just hefore the depar- ture of these young people lo Winni- peg. The adjutant prayed, and aa the train ivas leaving Lho band struck up with one of the army "We'll Never Leave the Pear Old Flap." of the cadets ivas suiloble gUls from parent a and [rends, COMMUNITY PLATE .When in the market tor anything in Table Silverware we want to see you; our assort- ment is large and we have no fancy prices. A v'ery attractive line-of Table Glassware jusl lo hand. Consumers' Hardware Supply Co. Business Phones: 1212. 1919 TORAGE ABfll ERVICE THAT ATISFY Ye have the equipment and a competent staff lo properly handle any car, regardless of the nature of the trouble. If you are from Missouri, we'll be glad to see you. 414 SIXTH STREET SOUTH U. 'J A TAP IN TIME SAVES TEN Tin nnd metal roofa, like leeth, rapidly decay if small weak- nesses arc not promptly repair- ed. It coMs Jess lo have attend to your rooT, cornice or leaden, now, than It later If you neglect them, We do your TFork quickly, at small cost, and guarantee the work [ri every iway. p.Vrite or 'phone for estimate today. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. h FIFTH STRE6T, REAR STAFfORO BLOCK PHONE 1057 R. NEXT Io a clean, safe place.' WESTBROOK BROS. _llankot Montreal (j page ol Ihfs month's mecttup noiicc calls !i mui'.ng for llic Slh ot Ihc Ililrtl tails Iho fiamr: nieetiiiG for Ihc Is! ol Hrpl. The lauor Is (in obvious error. This correction, (or ny myjelf. alionlrt resulC In cjlra extra nlUiidancc, SAOB, Sccrclarf. MEETINGS A.O.F. Mettino Court Unity, A.O.K.. will holil their mccllnj! in St. Mary's hall to- morrow (Thursday) at S o'clock, K. of P. Tonighl The rcfiular mctlin; or Lolhbrliljse Ixjdgf, No. 2, K. ot P.. will held tonight (it 8.30. All racmcbrs are re to ho present Visitors ivcl coinc. af Ion Lion, whith Born -Sir. and Mrs. K. TILSOII, CIS iSlll SI. on Kept. 3rd, a daughter. Qorn Mr. anil Mrs. Thomas Coin, at Hie Mai-.vtil Private Ilospllnl. on Hcpt'imbcr 1st. a daughter. THERE'S NO EXCUSE FOR SHABBY FURNITURE Make the Old Things New At very little expense and without any effort you can make your furniture, your woodwork and Bright, filqtsy and waterproof with FLOOR FINISH The Home Preserving.Varnish We guarantee a perfect result or "refund your money for Ihe empty if you lol- low directions. Come in. us show you the wonderful resulls possible with (his varnish. We it "clear" or in eight colors. HiCK-SEHL HARDWARE Co. KJi; OENERAl. HARDWARE, PLUMBING AND rUATINQ, PHONE 76Z aljoul (he only Joy slie got oul ot Ihc orieralion was the relish willl which Ilio family consumed It. nrcafi as good as QUAKER BRt'AD relieves tier of all (he work, the stand- ing over the hoL glove, wearlsomo kneading and rnlxfng and ahfc ricrlrcs the EBIDQ hcnsflt of approval It Is ai ?ood ai; mother makes, quite an food and nourishing. AGENTS FOR THE UnderwoodTypewriter All MakCs oi Typewriter Overhauled, Repaired and Exchanged. OFRCE STATIONERY, PRINTING, PAPER RULING AND BOOK BINDING EVERALL FRANKS SOUTHARD BLOCK THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;