Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
NOriOHEIMER pianos koison'phonographs as'siniboia music co., ltd. "Everything Mu�lcal" SI5 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street S. Phone 14B3 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Roason0 3S7 Jyovember ..............iiSlVs 376 December...............37.1 36S CASH PRICES. Oais^ -Vo. 2 C.W.....................84-^ B.\-tra 1 Feed ..................82% No. 1 Feed, S0% No. Feed, 75% Barley- No. 3 CAY., 105 No. 4 C.W., 100 Flax- No. 1 N.W'.C...................409 Calgary Livestock Calgary, Sept. 6. - There was a heavy run of cattle at the yards today, forty cars came in during the night and 25 during the forenoon. There was a large proportion of half fat cattle most of which will go back to the countrj' being bought by feeders. Top beef continued to sell well at yesterday's figures while unfinished cattle was slow at rather lower prices. Over 15 loads of hogs were offered which went at ?19.75 off cars. Top beef 112.00 to $13.50. BARBERS We St brook Bros, Oppoalte Ba.nk of Montreal DON'T WAIT UNTIL 30 Below Zero TO HAVE YOUR FURS OVERHAULED Have them done before the rush. D, THE TAILOR 410 Fifth Street, Lethbridge TELEPHONE 1666 Royal Flavoring Extracts The success of your cakes, custards, puddings, etc., is dependent to a great extent on the quality of the flavorings used. In Royal Flavoring Extract you will find the truest flavors combined with the" greatest strength and absolute purity. We hare these extracts in all flavors and different sizes. 2 oz. botties, 25c THE RED Moss DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Suceewors to Jackson & Co. .Telephones 655 and 1232 Sherlock. Buildlne CITY AND^ISTRICT Child Welfare Tag Day. Remember the Child Welfare Tag Day, Saturday, Sept. .gist. Buy Sheep. Delaneys, Ltd., have bougJit several sheep from the Experimental Farm herd. To Attend Funeral. Charles Butler will arrive on the morning train from Petawawa Camp to attend the funeral of his mother. Funeral of Mrs. Butler. The funeral of Mrs. Butler will take place tomorrow afternoon, Sept. 7th, nt 2:30 from the residence. 1008 7lh Ave. South, Rev. C. E. Cragg ofti-cip.ting. Interment will take place in the public cemetery. TO HEAR BELAND Great interest is being manifested in the coming visit to the city of Hon. Dr. Beland, and there is evidence al-j ready that Wesley Church will be 1 packed to thu doors for the occasion.; Dr. Beland speaks In Edmonton on Wednesday, September 11, in Calgary at the Grand Theatre on Thursday, Sept. 12 and at Wesley Church here on Sept. i:;. Those who have heard Dr. Beland speak, among them W. A. Buchanan, M.P., declare that he. is a polished orator, and as he has a dramatic story to tell there is no doubt that he will draw a large crowd. The Rotary Clubs of the wes't are working hard to make his tour a success. In Winnipeg they have secured the Industrial Hall, t!ie largest auditorium in the city. Tickets are now on sale in the city and out-of-town people who desire to hear the distinguished French Canadian may secure tickets by writing lo A. G. Baalim dt the Baalim Motor Co., or to the manager of the Standard Bank here. Hens Lousy Hens^ lay few eggs. Bggs are high now and bid fair to be higher on account of the high price of chicken feed. A moderate amount of cave on your part will enhance the productivity. Dust them well with Dr. Hess' Instant Louse'Killer 35c and 85c X . HigiDbolham � Co --- Limitsii ' �AlJerta'* Plansar DnifflaM" WhelMala srd Ratall ChamlsUk Phones 1515 and 322 Death of Infant. Died on Sept. 2nd, of pneumonia, Gladys Jluriel, 17 months old baby of ,T. T. C. and A. B. Gwillim. of Albion Bidge. Mr. and Mrs. Gwillim wish to earnestly thank everyone for kindly help and sympathy during their tria.l and loss. Nephew Is Killed. Lieut. Douglas Ewart, son of D. Ewart, chief architect of the Public Works Department, Ottawa, and nephew of Mr.?. C. Raley, Lethbridge. has heen killed in action. Another brother gave up his life some time ago. "You'd never guess they cost so little, they're so artistic!*' That's- what J^our friends will 8aj>I "You'd never guess how much work they aavel" That's what you will say after you have had them on your floors for a while I A damp mop wfll restore a Congoleum Rug to its original beauty and freshness in an instant. Congoleum Rugs alwayslook neat and clean. They lie flat and smooth without fasten* ing-don't kick up at the edges. They are unitary. The new Art-Rug patterns are beautiful. We have them in the popular (ize*. auitable (of every room in the houae where low-priced rug can be used. You muit see them-come ia and let u> ahow them. CONSUMER'S HARDWARE CO. N6WBRIG.-GENERAL Deapalctes the other day announced that Lt.-Col. D. Ormond had been gazetted a brigaxlior-general of the Canadian forces. XGeneral Ormond at one time 'practised lav.' in Pincher Creek, but before going overseas he was practisitig at Portage La Prairie. He has made a splendid record in France and-is considered a very efficient officer. A RECORD AT OTTAWA, Ottawa, Sept. G.-A one-acre plot at the experimental farm- has produced Si bushels of oats this year. This is by far a record for oat production in the Ottawa district. The main oat field at the farm did not average as high as the record acre, hut beat all past yields, averdging 77 bushels an acre. BORN. ERNO-To Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Erno, lOa 21st, Street North, on September 5th, a sbn.------- 22G-1 "THE HIGHEST IN QUALITY" MEATS For 30 Years In Lethbridge Up to Standard for the Week End. Everything Fresh Killed. R. Goultry Phone 492 Th� Alberta Mest Market Canada Food Board License Number 8-28603. ri CLOSE FOR REGISTRATION New York. Sept. 6.-The stock exchange will be closed all day Thursday, Sept. 12th registration day for the new draft. Knights of Columbus Meet. Every member of the Kniglits of Columbus is urged to he present tonight at the club rooms when State Deputy Giroux will be present. This is an important meeting as matters connected with a big campaign to'be launched soon will be discussed. Personal Mention. S. I-f. Nelson, the Cardston barrister is in the city. / Hon. W. H. Gushing of Calgary is a business, visitor. Dave Hume who writes the golf column for the Herald has received word of the death in action of his nephew Geoyge Hume who was with the Imperial tanks. S. A. Memorial Service. A memorial service will be held in the citadel on Sunday night at 7::iO, on behalf of Comrade Pte. Arthur Redshaw, recently killed in France. All members of the Veterans association are cordially invited to this service. Pte. Redshaw is the second sou of .^rr. and .VIra. Redshaw of 19th St. North, who has made the supreme sac titice for the empire. Pte. Redshaw's elder brother John was killed in the battle of Vimy Ridge. DUTCH WANT COMPENSATION The Hague, Sept. 5.-It is officially announced that the Dutch niinistsr in Berlin has been Instructed to protest vigorously against the "Merciless aptlon of a German submarine in shelling a Dutch trawler off Krommenie, north of Holland, August 27, in which fishermen were killed, and to demand compensation." i Y.M. and Y..L.M.I.A. Conference TO BE HELD IN RAYMOND SEPTEMBER TIH AND 8TH, 1918. 1 Saturday, 3 p.m. Meeting: Round Table Discussion of M. 1. A. 1 Jfroblems for Officers. 2 - Saturday Evening, 8 p.m : Social. All Stake and Local Officers and Partners. , S Sunday, 9 a.m.: Joint Meeting of Stake Boards. 4 Sunday, 10 a,m.: Joint Meeting of Stake and Local OfficerB. 5 Sunday, 2 p.m.: Gerferal AssembV- 6 Sunday, 2.45 p.m.: Special Stake and Local Weciint? Y..M.M.I.A 6a Sunday, 2.45 p.m.: Special Stake and Local Meeting Y.L.M.r.A. 7 7.30 p.m.: 'General Meeting and Program. 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