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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta noroheimcr pianos KDISO^n PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everythlna Musical" S15 6th Street South Phone 1545^ LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD j , GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street 8. ' Phone 14�3! Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reason-j: able Prices. -9- ',1 DELANY'S MEAT Co. The Open Door to Satisfaction Phone 452 School Supplies Your child will make faster progress in his studies if you provide him with the necessary school supplies early. Our stock at present is complete in all test books and supplies. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT PALLAS HOTEL j; Store l�HONE 1437 Does Cash and Carry Pay You or Not ? Compare our prices and then decide for yourself. We know you know, therefore WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW ONTARIO CHEESE per lb..................28 CANNED TOMATOES, 2(is. per tin....... .21 EGGO BAKING POWDER, per tin........... .23 STANDARD PEAS, 2s, per tin ..............18 FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER, special, lb. .53 TRANSCENDANT CRAB APPLES, In A1 condition, per 40 lb. case ................... 2,65 CANADA FIRST EVAPORATED MILK, tin .13 LIBBY'S PUMPKIN, solid pack, per tin ......28 STANDARD VINEGAR, per quart bottle ... .22 PICKLING CUCUMBERS, per case ........ 1.65 RIPE TOMATOES, per 4 basket case ....... 1.8E SPECIAL ON PURE LARD- 3's, per tin ............,,. 5's, per tin 1.02 1.67 10's, per tin ............................ 3.35 20's, per tin ............................ 6.60 CLIMAX JAM- Apple and Strawberry, 4's, per tin ;........68 Apple and Raspberry, 4's, per tin ..........68 PURE JAM- Wagstaffe's Peach, 4's, per tin ...........83 Donaico Peach, 4's, per tin ...............77 Italian Prunes, per case ................. 1,50 Call and get our prices on other Fresh Fruits, low.est possible price. .' - Our September Catalogues are now ready, yours for the asking. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canada food board license number ff-599 Phone 525 ^ ANNOUNCEMENT T. 51. and Y. L. U. I. A. are holding fa married folks dance at Rdymond opera house, Thursday, September 5th. and are extending an invitation to all married couples. 224-1 A gold medal contest under the auspices of the WiUard W.C.T.U. will he held in the United church hall. 13th St. N.. on Friday evening next. All contestants are silver medalists so that good entertainment is assured. .\ good attendance will encourage the young people in cultivating their talent. Tickets 25c. 223-3 The man that singll like a bird- Chas. Kellogg-has made some wonderful records for the Victor list. One of them, Xo." 5504i>, is exceptionally entertaining and educational. In this record the gifted naturalist gives an interesting chat about a number of our aim native birds, most of which abound in the Tiver flats here. He then illustrates their songs, showing how They talk to each other. At Willis Piano Store, Hull Block. 225-1 1 BORN �R-IGG-To JMr. and Mrs. John Wigg. on August 31st, a daughter. 224-1 FILJIER-At IN'anaimo, B. C. on August 25th, to iMr. and Mrs. A. E. Filmer, a daughter. Hay & Feed F. 0. HYDE & CO. Cor. 2nd Are. and 12th St A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 3-802 F ree iWitH each 25c purchase of school supplies A Cane and Pennant we HAVE in STOCK A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SCRIBBLERS, ETC, Frank Hedley Drug Co. VETERANS' OFFICERS ADDRESS lEIING The Great War Xext of Kin were addressed by the officers ot the Great War Veterans Association immediately after the adjournment of the regular meeting of the Great War Xext of Kin, held in the Moose Hall last night. The members were addressed by President Longworth and Secretary �Maddison of the Great War Veterans -4.ssociation. Mr. Maddison spoke first along th� lines of employment, pensions, vocational training and post discharge, .treatment, explaining the esact position that the Alberta returned soldier commission occupied in the lives of the men who have been discharged, who are pending discharge and the dependents of the men who are 3er\'ing or ^vho have paid the supreme sacrifice. At the end of his little address Mr. Maddison asked questions from members on any points that needed clearing up. President Longworf.h then addressed the meeting and thanked the ladies for their kind support during the past year. He discussed the re-establishment probierh, and from that iwent to the most vita! point of re-establishment-the alien question. He gave a very full report on the work the Leth-bridge branch had done since they first took up the alien question. He then went over, clause -by clause, the resolution adopted by the G.W.V.A. at the Dominion, convention at Toronto, this year, explaining fully the reason for each clause as he did so. At- the conclusion of the addresses the two speakers were very heartily thanked by Mrs. Barkley. president of the Great War >,'ext of Kin. MARKEIS Winnipeg. Sept. 4.-The local cash markets continued quiet today, absolutely without any feature. The poor demand for nV. grains centiaued and offerings are practically nil. , Oats closed unchanged for October and Uc higher for December. Flax closed 11c lower for October; S^iic lower for November and lOUc lower for December. Winnipeg Markets Oats- ' Open Close Oct..........S?A'i SSVs Dec............. .80^8 SOU Flax- Oct-............. 407 400 Nov............. 3ilS 3921/2 Dec............. 393 SSVA Cash Prices Oats-No. 2 C. W..................... srAS Extra No. 1 Feed .............. S2�s No. 1 Feed.. 795s >''o. -' Feed.. "Gli Barley- No. 3 C. W. 105 No. 4 C. W. 100 Flax-No. 1 N. W. C..................415 HREE SENAIORS 0 BE APPITEO Ottawa. Sept. 4.-Three senatorial vacancies are expected to be filled shortly. There is a vacancy each in Ontario, British Columbia and Saskatchewan. The Ontario vacancy was i occasioned by the death of Senator -Alason. The British Columbia and Saskatchewan are due to additional senatorial representation from the west. Two additional senators were to be appointed from each of the western provinces mentioned, so^far only one lias been appointed. MEAD'S DEXTRI- MALTOSE We have just received a shipment of this Baby Food and we would advise those using it to secure a supply ^ Price $1.00 Box BROOKS' BABY BARLEY A nourishing and appetizing Barley Flour for making buriey water, etc. Price 50c Tin THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOlf CO., LTD. Successors to Jacksor. & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Great War Veterans Association The executive will meet on Thursday the oth at S p.m. in the secretary's office. Criminal Assizes Supreme court fall criminal assizes �will open here on September 17. Mr. Justice AValsh wiU preside. Is Dismissed Walter Brown was dismissed in city police court this morning on the charge of tire stealing brought against him some time ago. Again Remanded In A. P. P. court this morning "Dutch" Seidel, brought back from Helena. Montana tor the theft of a car, was again remanded for, -oiio week. A Correction In the report ot the raid on the house of Florence Croason yesterday it wa.s stated that the house was at the corner of ."ith Street. Mrs. Crca-sou's residence is 523 5th Street instead of 529, which Ib the corner. 'You'd never guess they cost so little, they're so artistic!'* That's what your friends will say! > "You'd never guess how much work they save!" That's what you will say after you have had them oa your floors for a while I A damp mop will restore a Congoleum Rug to its original beauty and freshness in an instant. Congoleum Rugsalwayslook neat and clean. They lie flat and smooth without fastening-don't kick up at the edges. They are sanitary. The new Aii-Ru^ patterns are bckutliul. We have them in the popular tizet, s-jitable..for every room in the house where a lovi-priced rug can be u>nd. You must ace them-corae in aoci let us ahov/ them. � CONSUMER'S HARDWARE CO. M ARLOWS EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S.  CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-6330 D rawing and Painting Miss E. F. Kirk - Trained and Certificated under South Kensington' and under Royal Drawing Society of Great Britain and Ireland. Classes at Y.M. C. A. for oil and water color painting, also for drawing.-  - Tuesdays, 4 to 5.30, $3 month Tuesdays, 7.30 to 9.30, $4 month Wednesdays, 10 a.m. to 12, $5 per month. Wednesdays, 4 to 5.30, $3 month TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 3 Pupils may join at any time. Address: Victoria Mansions, Lethbrldge* COLEMAN fFrom the Bulletin). Tlic two Coleman Joc^ls have amalgamated with a view to giving their members up-to-date hospital accom-modatlon. The hospital Ijoard  has been busy for the last t%vo inonths on reconstruction work. ' ,. They are building a new addition which is two storeys high, plastered throughout, with a floor space of 35x 32 ft. and one ot the finest heating and plumbing installations which can be had in Canada. The old hospital- has the same floor space, which gives them space over j all of 7U X :j2 and gives the city of Coleman a first-class institution. The I old building consists of one operat-; ing room, one private ward, one large 'public ward, nurses room, bath room I and lavatory.' I The new'addition has one private ; v.-ard. one large ward the length of itiie building, dining room, kitchen, i pantry, bathroom and lavatory. Up-I stairs there are four rooms with ev-I ery convenience, likewise a batiiroorn land lavatory. ! Th�; new addition is costing approx-i iniHtely .=even or eiRlit thousand dol-lar.', whi'ii the miners ot Coleman ! agree to meet by being asse.ssod, and thereby Coleman will benefit to the extent of being able to say that they Lousy Hens Lousy Hens lay few eggs. Eggs are high now and bid fair to be higher oj^ account of the high price of cliicken feed. A moderatQ amount of care on your part will enhance the productivity. Dust th'em well with Dr. Hess' Instant Louse Killer 35c anH 85c 1 . Higiobotham L Co -- Limitcfl ' "Alberta's Flenter Drug|la�ir Whelcsals and Retail Chemlste Phones 1515.and 322 Exemption Appeals By the Calgary Tribunal: Disallowed: P. Rocheleu, Wlnnifred. Allowed till-Nov. 1: ,J. C. Beingessner, Foremost; T. W. Sorge, Pincher Creek; :\t. H. Larsen. Whitla; O. Clayton, Whitla; J. A. Vance, Pincher Creek; I S. Laurence, Vulcan; H. D. Cyr, Pinch-j er l^'reek; W. Broomfield, Foremost. I Personal Mention I W. n. Fares, of Gordon, Ironsides I and Fares, is in the city from Winni-I peg. I Don ir. Bark, the well known irri-j gation farmer, is in the city from ! Brooks. i President Marnoch of llio Board ot I Trade i.s out of the city cn Victory j Loan busincsjs. CONSTANIINflPLE IS HARD HIT IN RAIDS London, Sept. 4.-Constantinople was bombed on five successive nights in the latter part of August, the admiralty announced today. The arsenal, the dock yard, the Turkish war office, the airdrome at Galata, the seaplane base at Gallipoll and Chanak were attacked. The raids, which were carried out by the Royal Air Force occurred on August 25, 26, 27 and 28. On August 26 and September 1, the Royal Air Force, co-operating with the navy carried out successful bombing raids on Ostend and Zeebrugge, on the Belgian coast. Thirteen tons of bombs were dropped and large fires were started, the statement announced. A despatch from Aix-les-tfains announces the death there of Georges Lorand, radical member ot the Belgium chamber of deputies. Heart disease was the cause of the death. A FULL LINE OF FRESH KILLED MEATS AGAIN THIS WEEK R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Board Licenaa Number S-28G03. ST The board ot trade has sent the following wire to Ottawa relative to the i proposed re-establishment of lime � table No. Xi: Board of Railway Commissioners, Ottawa. Awaiting reply regarding time for your order restoring time table twenty-three effective. No change in trains here yet.-Secretary, Lethbridge Board of Trade. HAY for SALE We are quoting very attractive prlceB delivered at your station for carload lots of TIMOTHY, TIMOTHY AND CtOVER, ALFALFA, PRAIRIE HAY, ETC, Get our prices for prompt or future delivery. Kenneth R. Simpson Co, Lethbridge, Alta., or _Calgary, Alta. 2170 You're Sure at the Sanitary Shop Sure you'rb-safe and ot good work. WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal DON'T V/AIT UNTIL 30 Below Zero TO HAVE YOUR FURS OVERHAULED Have them done liefore the rusli. D, THE TAILOR 410 Fifth Street, Lethbridge TELEPHONE 1666 have the finest institution o� its kind | in tlie district. j The little nineteen-months-old child! ot John Salt, of Hillcrest, died last! night at it o'clock, as a result ot an overdose of frultatives. A union jack bearing five hundred names, including that ot Lord Kitchener, has been raffled at Melbourne, and brought $102,000. The money will go to a fund for the incapacitated wounded. SmiONSSUNOAYS Calgary, Sept. 4.-M. B. Green, manager of the local branch of the" Im-jierial Oil Limited, received a telegram here ibis afternoon from G. W. .Mayer, vice president, Toronto, asking liim to see that all Imperial Oil Limited gasoline service stations in this ten-itory cio.sa on Sundays. Thi.s matter i.s also to be taken up with all garages in the country roauestiiig lliem to co-operate In this way toward the conservation of gasoline required for war pui'po.se.s. Auto clubs will be asked to lake the matter up with all member.^ at once. Banff for Ideal Holiday SEPTEMBER FURNISHED COTTAGES AT HALF RATES The ideal month of the se^on In the Mountain Resort Hotel Rates $3.00 per day and upwards. For full particulars write Secretary, Board of Trade, Banff. CANADIAN GOLF CLUB TOURNAMENT SEPTEMBER 14 210-14 School Supplies Bring your lists direct to us, we can fill all your wants. The best values for least money. Robertson's Book Store LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BUILDING phone 1265 QUAKER BREAD is a Real Victory Loaf QUAKER BREAD CONTAINS 10^; PF SUBSTITUTES AS REQUIRED BY THE FOOD CONTROULER, THESE SUBSTITUTES ARE BARLEY  FLOOR, CORN FLOUR, OAT FLOUR AND OATMEAL. QUAKER BREAD is TODAY A BETTER EATING AND KEEPING LOAP THAN IT EVER WAS BEFORE THE USE OF SUBSTITUTES. THE SUB-STITUTES WE USE GIVE THE LOAF FLAVOR AND KEEP IT MOIST. John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER S-sh We Are All Correspondents Now! We write our friends at the front and elsewhere, and get through pfld.s quickly. You should see our stock of'these convenient blocks of paper the first time you find yourself out. We have a number ot Kpeolal lines well -./orth attention. Paper does not go wrong readily. Provide against the rapid advance in pape^r costs, -buy now-' The Twentieth Century Book Store 514 fourth avenue . phone �1� for'reading and^ writing material "Reading..maketh a full man; AVrltlng, an exact man." STENOGRAPHERS WANTED Jo Call and See the Byrott Typewriter Cabinet Something new. Carbon holder in front oT: operator, A place for everything- Letter heads, envelopes, bill heads, carbon, second sheets, etc. We supply everything for the -office. EVERAIL and FRANKS / Office Outfitters Sinnpt Block Cor. ;4th Ave. A 5th St. 8. 78 ;