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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnOHEIMER PIANOS KOISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical"' S15 6th'Street South Phone 1645 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street �. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable W�rk, Done at Reatonoard of Trade Announces Figures After Careful Compilation ti - ' ' According to carefully compiled fig-tires of the 1917 crop in the Leth-bridge rail-R-ay district, the board of trade announces shipments amounting to just over the 20,000,000 bushel niark. Of this about 80 per cent was Drawing and Painting Miss E. F. Kirk Trained and CerUficated under South Kensington and under Royal Dra.wing Society of Great Britain and Ireland. I 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, ^ month Wednesdays, 10 a.m. to 12, %5 per month. Wedneed^s, 4 to 5.30, ^3 month TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 3 Pupils may join at any time. Address*. . Victoria. Mansions, Lethbridge wheat. The figures are complete up 10 the end of the crop ye.Tr on Sept. 1, 191S. j^s compared with lOlS and 1016 the figures are low. In 191.1 shipments were 3S.800.000 while in 19U the shipments reached 36.500,000 bushels. The average yield per acre was therefore only about GO per cent of the average of the two preceding years. The new crop year slaried on Sept. 1, and shipments since that date have been all of the new crop. So far very few cars have moved but by the end of the month there will bo a fairly brisk movement, it is expected. The wheat will not move so rapidly this year as previously. Jlany tanners intend to hold their whole crop for seed. .Many others have only enough for their own seed purposes, while those who -have a surplus will find that wheat will travel in different channels this year thar formerly. Shipments from points inside the province to points outside are forbidden until it IS learned that enough seed has been saved for next year's crop. Grain wilt therefore be held in store in government and private elevators until the embargo is liftrid. Just how much grain will be grown in the lethbridge railway division this year -only the threshiiig machines will tell, hut from all reports it will run close to 10,000,000 bushels, mostly wheat. Of the wheat 1.500.000 bushels will never be marketed bat will be held for seed, so that if 5,000.-000 bushels are marketed the crop will be only about one-third that shipped last year. DELIBERATE ACT OF BOLSHEVIK GOVT. SAY PAPERS ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full Information apply to Agents or Company's Office, 270 Main St, Winnipeg. ANNOUNCEMENT London, Sept. 5.-The Times speak, ing of the raids on the British embassy in Petrograd says that the account of tha affair given by the Boi-sheviki newspaper Pravda shows that it was a considered-act or the Bolshevik! government and not a more outbreak of brigandage. It calls for the exemplary punishment of the murderers and their accomplices. It approves the British warning against , further acts of violence, adding that f there are nhoiu 100 British subjects yet in that part of Russia in which the Bolsheviki rule. , The Daily Telegraph,interprets the j meaning of the outrage thus: [ "The Bolsheviki leaders know thai their course is nearly run and having waded in blood to power, they are resolved to shed ntewe before they fall.- The Chronicle asks how much I longer, the Russian people will endure the corruption and bloodstained tyranny which has ruined a once great country and made it a byword of contempt. According to foreign office advices. Captain Croniie opposed the Bolsheviki troops and killed their soldiers with his own hands. "Captain Cromie was killed and his body was mutilated. The documents at the embassy were destroyed. It is feared that similar outrcges will be committed against the French embassy at Petrograd. Precautionary measures have been taken, the foreign office s^-s. some French soldiers already have arrived at Petrograd. The Bolsheviki are reported to be encouraging ihe populace to massacre the British | and Fr-ench.  i Royal Flavoring Extracts The success of your cakes, custards, puddings, etc., is dependent to a great extent on the tiuality of the flavorings used. In Royal "Flavoring Extract you will find the truest flavors combined with the greatest strength and absolute purity. We have these extracts in all flavors and different sizes. 2 oz. bottles, 25c THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK.CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Child Welfare Tag Day. Remember the Child Welfare Day, Satiirda.v. Sept. I'lst. Tag 1.0.0.F. Mec^ting. Lethbridge Encampment No. 7 1.0. O.F. will confer the Patriarchal degree at the regular meeting tonight in Oddfellows' Hall. -All members requested to attend. Visiting members welcome. Conserving Fuel. As a fuel conservation measure the C.P.R. hero is using old ties removed fronrthe roadbed for stoking the stationery boilers at the local roundhouse and shops. They are giving very good satisfaction as fuel and are releasing coal for other purposes. Funeral of Mrs. Butler. The announccmeut of tho funeral of the late .Mrs. Butler will appear in tomorrow's paper. Her.son Charles is on his way from Petawawa camp and is expected to arrive in the city on Saturday mQrning. Home For Ten Days. Pilot J. H. Mc.Meekin. who was injured early in June while in training with the R.A.F. at Camp Borden, has received hi."; discharge and is home Cor a few days' visit with his mother after which he returns to Toronto to undergo further medical treatment. I Hay & Feed RO.HYDE&CO; ' - Cor. 2nd Are. and 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE CANADA FOOD BOARD I.ICENSE NUMBER 3-902 A gold medal contest under the auspices ot the Willard W.C.T.U. will be held in the United church hall, 13th St. K., on Friday evening next. All contestants are silver medalists so that good entertainment is assured. A good attendance will encourage the young people in cultivating their talent. Tickets 25c. 22.3-3 ARLOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-.6330 The man that sings like a bird- Chas. Kellogg-has made some wonderful records for the Victor list. One of them. No. 55049. is exceptionally entertaining and educational. In this record the gifted naturalist gives an interesting chat about a number oi: our own native birds, most of which abound in the river flats here. He then illustrates their songs, showing how they talk to each other. At Willis Piano Store, Hull Block. 225-1 HAY for SALE We are quoting very attractive prices delivered at your station for carload lots of TIMOTHY, , TIMOTHY AND CLOVER, ALFALFA, ...... PRAIRIE HAY, ETC. Get our prices for prompt or future delivery. Kenneth R. Simpson Co. Lethbridge, Alta., or ._Calgary, Alta. 2170 BARBERS Went brook Bros, Opposite Bank of Montreal DON'T WAIT UNTIL 30 Below Zero TO HAVE YOUR FURS OVERHAULED H Have them done before the rush. D, THE TAILOR 410 Fifth Street, Lethbridge TELEPHONE 1666 MARKETS Winnipeg, Sept. 5.-The market was dull again today, Oats closed %c lower for October and unchanged for December. Flas closed GVjc lower for October, 10% c lower for November and ilV>e lower for December. WINNIPEG MARKETS. Oats- Open Clos^ October ................83 S3-% December ..............SO'i SO14 Flax-October ................198 39314 November .............385 3S2 ' December .............380 373 CASH PRICES. Oats- ^ No. 2 C.W.....................84-�i Extra 1 Feed..................81% No. 1 Feed,- 79U No. L' Feed, 75% Barley- No. 3 C.W., 105 No. i C.W., 100 Flax-No. 1 X.W.C...................lOgi/, Lousy Hens;, lay few eggs. Eggs are high now and bid fair to be higher on account of the' high price of chicken feed. A moderate amount of care on your part will enhance the productivity. Dust them well with Dr. Hess' Instant Louse Killer 35c and 85c I B. Higiflbotham k Co "�" �' ' Limitod"' �Albertir's Plancsr Of'uaalsis'* Whsleial* and Retail Chemists Phones 1515 and.322J Knights of Columbus Meeting. A special and important raeeting of the Knights of Columbus will be held in their club rooms Friday evening, Sept. e, at eight o'clock, at which every member is lequested to attend'. State Deputy Giroux will be in attendance. Exemption Appeals. Calgary tribunal-Disallowed: C.R. Gross, Pincher Creek. Aliowetl till Nov. 1:R. A. Cohvell, Claresholm: W. J. Griffin.^Claresholni; E. W. Brown, Claresholm: 12, C. Johnson, Granum; S. Galde,, Claresholm; H. D. Donaldson. Nemi.^T0 BE HELD IN RAYMOND SEPTEMBER 7TH AND 8TH, 1918. 1 Saturday, 3 p.m. Meeting: Round Table Discussion at M. I. A. Problenja �r Officers. 2 Satiarday Evening, 8 p.m.: Social. All Stake and Local Officers and, Partne.rs. 3 Sunday, 9 a.iu.: Joint Meeting' of Stake Board.?. 4 Supday, 10 a.m.: Joint-Meeting ot Stake and Local Officers. 5 Sunday, 2 p.m.: General Assembly. 6 .Sanday, 2.45 p.m.: Special Btake and Local Meeting Tf.M.M.LA. en Suaaay, 2.45 p.m.: Special Stake and Local Meeting Y.L.M.l..�i. '7 7.30 p.m.: deneral Meeting and Program. You Will Like QUAKER BREAD WE USE A MiXiTURE OF SUBSTITUTES IN QUAKER BREAD. BARLEY FLOUR GIVES FLAVOFJ,.CORN FLOUR HELPS THE COLOR, OAT FLOUR AND OATMEAL KEEPS THE LOAF MOIST. QUAKER BREAD IS MIGHTY GOOD BREAD A^D YOU ARE HELPING TO SAVE WHEAT WHEN YOU SERVE QUAKER BREAD ON YOUR TABLE. John Gilmoie, Limited, Bakers canada food 80ard license number 5-879 '*You'd never guess they cost so little, they're so artistic!*' That's what \)our /rienda will sayl "Yot^d never guess how .much work they savel" That's what you will say after you have had them on your floors for a while t A damp mop will restore a Congoleum Rug toitsoiiginal beauty and freshness in an instant. Congoleum Rugs always look neat and clean. They lie flat and smooth without fasten* ing-don't kick up at the edges. They are 8anita;ry. The nrw Art-Rug patterns are beautiful. We have tKem in the popular sizes, suitable for every room in the house ivheic a low> priced rug can be used. You must see them-come in and Jfst us siiovi them. tanc. Itho ENTIRE baifel tract completely Adler-i-ka relieves ANY CASE sour stouiach, gas or constipation and prevents appendicitis. The INSTANT action i.s surprising.-J, D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd., druggists.-^Advertisement. With each succeeding week the fruit shipping companies of the Okanagan grow more optmlstie over the year's output. It is still hold that apples will tall short of last season's produdtlon, hut thi^ will *e more than made np T>y th�! heavy increase in shipments of other,fruits. From Vernon alone a daily average of 20 cars ot fruit is going out, and packing plants are working overtime every night to keep up with the rush. ------  - -a "THE HIGHEST IN QUALITY" MEATS For 30 Years In Lethbridge Up to Standard for the Week End, Everything Fresh Killed. R. Coultry Phone 492 The Albc.-ta Meat Market Canada Food Board Liceosa Nuiriber S-28693. Banff for Ideal Holiday SEPTEMBER FURNISHED COTTAGES AT HALF RATES Tha ideal month of the season in the Mountain Resort Hotel Rates $3.00 per day and upwtirds. For full particulars 'writa Secretary, Board ot Trade, Banff. CANADIAN GOLF CLUB TOURNAMENT SEPTCMBER 14 219-14 Wall Papers OUR,NEW STOCK OF FALL WALL PAPERS HAS ARRIVED It includes washable papers, bed rooms, living rooms, and halls in alt shades ajid prices. B'RING THE SIZES OF YOUR ROOMS Robertson's Bdok Store LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK We Are All Correspondents Now! We write our friends at the front and elsewhere,- and get through pads quickly. You should see our 8;.ck of these couventent block* of -im^ar the first time you find yourfteK .out., .We have. a. number ot 'speolal-Hnes well vorth attention. Paper does not go wrong readily. Provide against the rapid advance In paper costs. wuy now- The Twentieth Century Book Store 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 61� FOR READING AND WRITING MATERIAL "Reading niaketh a'fullniau; � �  Writing, an exact inati."- � -..... STENOGRAPHERS WANTED To Call and. See the Byron Typewrltir Cabinet Something new. Carbon holder In front of operator, A place for everything- Letter heads, envelopes, bill heads, carbon, second sheets, etc. We supply everything lor the office. EVERALL aad FRANKS Office Outflttera SIrinot Block Cor. 4th Ave, i. 6th 8t. �. mi, ;