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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOilDHEIMER PIANOS KDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" S15 Gth Street South Phone tali LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD! GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 1Uh Street S. Phone H83 Prompt and Reliable Work Done nt Reasonable Prices. Experimental Farm Lamb Tomorrow Y9i DELA Opposite DaSias Hotel Meat Co. Phone 452 Canada Food Boarr.' Li Number 9- 266-; To The People of lethbridge and Surrounding District Wc are more than ever determined to cut down the high cost of living, and we intend always to put our goods for sale at Rock Bottom Prices. To City People we say, if at all possible carry your Groceries or bettor still, our street cars will carry you and your parcels to any part of the city for the paltry sum of five cents (5c). To our Farm and Ranch Friends we say, make that automobile df yours help to pay for Itself by coming to Lethbridge and trading with The Good Co., where you won't have'to pay for the up keeps of an expensive delivery service. ' Our Goods are always fresh and we carry the largest stock in Southern Alberta. Get our catalogue then give us a trial and you will be another satisfied customer added to our long list. s SOME SPECIALS AND SOME EVERYDAY PRICES: School Supplies Your fluid will m ifco faster projtr him .vitli the :'..'i't'-mu-;. school Mtppli- Our stock at |�t-s-�-n? i.-tor av ai ..'�:i"' from Wa.-'hinston i- ti:>-  ipini�it Felix '.*�>!..rir.-'l. who i- :in.v t�p,T.i'.-im; t :> olii l.a;hi'n;i farm stmt it of ' Lake. Mr. Ini~in�*i i-  � tjr ly r'.'tiirnrii ft.mi Spokane and stav-that i'.inn'�.- ther.' � uti.-ijer-a hi" bnver h,-r.-, ,-o that when tii" Albert.i ag.'nt adv 't'tis,-s fur mvis there should be �i;i!t-.� alt iti'.hix t ) iiv^ri'iimi' the present rather -r:ot:� .situation in this district. Mr L.-Mar-inel is in the city today lookiii'," :'or harvesters liuf coiiid locate none. 110 has about ,'>"'i bushels of whc.i barv.-st on his f:ir:n thi- year. Fiiiiimor failow crop b./in- fair One of tiic best returns in '.ie trict is reported by .1. II. Stuart ltis f,r:u on tl'.e lilai-k S-prins; I! north of the city. !le iias l.-'i acre? of whoa:, (if t:i;s \i., acres of s.wi-tiiorl'all >w Mill yield "e biish"is to the acre. -Inn acre? of .-nibbled wheat "will run from S to In liu-iels to the ucre. and lee acre? of oats on -nibble "wili rim :ro:n !.", to .'o bushels. Takin; the various reports as they come in there is no doulir that the SotitiieTtt_;.-\ll.e.-;a erop will furnish more that: two-thirds of the ^ra;n jii'own in tin. province this year, and rr-ports from miller.s and elevator men i-'now that it is all a very fine, "i-ample. 'IS MAKING OF RAISIN WHISKEY BREAKING LAW? ITALIAN PRUNES. For case .............. 1.50 FREESTONE PEACES will soon be fitrshed. Per case ............................... 2.10 PEACHES, per basket ......................65 SPECIAL ON RIPE TOMATOES- Per 4 basket case ...................... 1.35 Per basket..............................35 GINGER SNAPS, per lb....................19 TOMATOES, 2' ,s. per tin ..................2) TRANSCENOANT CRAB APPLES., oer AO lb.- c.................................. 2.50 STANDARD PEAS. 2s, per tin ..............18 SWEET WRINKLE PEAS, something very fine. 2s. per tin ...........................23 CABBAGE, per lb...........................31 , LEMONS, per dozen .......................48 CARROTS, per lb..........................3' _, PURE COCOA, in Perfect Seal Quarts-4- Per Quart...............................56 Per Pint ..................................3"l CORN STARCH, per pkt....................13 GLOSS STARCH, per pkt...................15 CHEESE, per lb.............................28 GOLD, IVORY. SUNLIGHT AND WHITE NAPTHA SOAP, per cake .................07 LIBBY'S PUMPKIN, dry solid pack, 2'as. per tin .......................................2S TRY SOME OF OUR BULK TEA AND COFFEE, THEY WILL PLEASE YOU. COTTAGE ROLL, from 3 to 5 lbs. each, per lb.........................................42 ACADIA COD FISH, 2 lb. boxes, per box.....43 POTATOES, per c.vt...................... 2.90 THE GOOD CO. Hieh-CIass Cash Grocers LIMITED CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 Phone 525 THE WEATHER High ...... Low ....... Forecast: Fair and Warmer. New Problem Arisen in Connection With Prosecution of * Liquor Cases MARKETS That s .. division .i cuW. tor �;;>! pros, ruanut. to tat lil'.eS ill re "t Inland ion tile r.ii-tn iv.ti.-s; Revenue Ac' A. ['.!>. of Hi; : very anxious to aave in i: ha nuts a matter of Utiol,- Hi till- d'.STict, CO d:.s- rnm dee President. KIiir of Raymond Hoard of Trade was in the city yesterday j and made the statement that some cf j the farmers from that district are ko- 1 .-inj; after tlie $.Vn> prize at the dry | farming congress for the best bushel i of wheat, and from the samples taken I i'he question has arWen out of :le ' c'a.U'Ses laid asainst IV*.e 1 'oris;alino. to i ,loe Volnry. and Pete Vhister by the1"" lis .VP.!', of Coaihurs*. wlio have in thi-ir ( ; ivassession whisky made o: raisins. Four samples of t1;:- was taken and sent to tlie analyst nt Kiiir.onton. and were found to contain alcohol in t'ne full.iwinK percentaites tr. >>:*.. l>>.�\, " !n.4'J and lU.tlv, llewever wiiert" t he ;' trial came on Harris ami 1'aluier ap- Pu.irillg 1\U" tile accuse.! r-'fused to allow tii'' jrot'>'?ritini'.'!" analyst's analysis of the liijuur to be put in the � evidence because there was no one , present who could swear to the siir- t nature of the analyst, and under 'he Inland Revenue v\ct this i- a very; necessary par' of t..e evidence needed \ to secure a cunviction. The counsel for the accused also argued that, as i no worm or still usually found where | whisky is beink manufactured had been located by the police and placed in evidence, there was no evidence to show that illicit whisky was beinc ; manufactured. Magistral* Irwin dis- j ;ni-?ed the caseeember. Flax clo-ed '';c lower for October lower fur November and "c lower for i' i. WINNIPEG MARKETS, (hits- Open her................ .'�'.ovember ..............::si ' I'-cemb-r ............... CASH PRICES. Oat- - Close  r i a No. Xi. Feed. i e.w. I I Ml Royal Flavoring Extracts The success of your cakes, custards, puddiim-. etc. is dependent to a great extent on the quality of the flavorings used. In Royal Flavorins Kxtract you will find the irnest flavors combineil with 'he greatest strength and absolute purity. We have these extracts in all flavors anil different sizes. 2 oz. bottles, 25c CITY AND DISTRICT Child Welfare Tag Day. Remember tlie Ohild Welfare Hay. Saturday, Sept. rist. i Buy Sheep. I Pelaney.-. lad., have houuht -evciiil j slicop from tile Kxpeiimental Farm ; herd. ''You'd never guess they cost so little, they 're so artistic !" That's- wliut iiour friendi will say! "You'd never guess how much work they save!" Thut'g what you will say after you have had them on your floors for a while 1 A damp mop wol restore a Congoleum Rug toitsoriginal beauty and freshness in on instant. Congoleum Rugsalwayslook neat and clean. 1 hey lie flat and smooth without fastening-don't kick tip at (the edges. They ate sanitary. The new Art-Rug patterns nift beautiful, Wc have them in the popular i7.�t. suiuitdc foi every room in tlie house -where a low-priceii rug can be uicd. Yon mint nee them-let us show tliem. -come in and CONSUMER'S HARDWARE CO. To Attend Funeral. Charles Fuller will arrive on the iiioi'iiili^; train from Fc'awawa Camp to attend the fanei'.il o: his mother. I BORN. KIl.No-I'o Mr. and Mr-. Thftmloir lirtio. mil L" 1 st .Street North, on September .".tii. a -on. ^Jti I from tlie ihfesiuns machines other, Thereupon tiie A I'.I districts would have to trot cut their \ the men under section liest to heat the Raymond product. ,1'e-arrested of the l.i- Hay & Feed F. 0. HYDE & CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE .CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 3-802 M ARLOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-6330 liiuor Act. charnint, them with having I . jlimior in their possession i� excels of j ' ihe amount allowed by the iaw. Large ; hogsheads had been found In their. places. The counsel for tiie defense now argues that, as the men had previously been released on :t charge in which the same evidence was used, a ' conviction cannot he en'ereil against them. This is a very fine legal technicality. However the police are determined to put an end to tiie manufacture of raisin whisky. , which i-very prevalent in the coal tamps of the district, and the ease will he carried through all its siag-s to obtain a favorable decision which will net as a precedent for future action. N K: No. 1 Ke. Barley -No. :". CVY Flax-No. 1 .VW.C............... Calgary Livestock v Calgary. Sept. ti. - There was a _ heavy run of cattle at the yards today, forty cars came in during the night ^ and lie during the forenoon. There was a large proportion of half fat cat- i tie most of which will go back to the j country being bought by feeders;. Top j beef continued to sell well at yester- ' day's figures while unfinished cattle j was slow at rather lower prices. Over ' l."> loads of hogs were offered which ! went at 510.75 off cars.. Top beef $12.''i) to Sl.J.JO. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson &. Co. Telephones 655 and 1232 Sherlock Building Funeral of Mrs. Butler. The funeral of Mrs. l'.iitler take place tomorrow aftc-noun, 7th. at '-'.:'" from the residence. 7th Ave. South. l!e\. r. K t' oi'fi-e:atiin:. lutermen! will take place in the public cemetery. will Sept. in i\ gay Death of Infant. Pied on Sept. 2nd. of pneumonia. Cdadys .".Uriel. IT nmnt'.is old baby nf l. T. C. and A. K. (Iwillim. of Aliiion Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. Ciwlliiin wi di to earnestly liiank everyone fur kindly help and . vmpathv durltiLf (heir trial ami luss Nephew Is Killed. Lieut. Itouglas l-iwart. sen of 1'. '�"wart, chief architect of the I'uhlic U'orks Department. Ottawa, and nephew of Mr-. O. Raley. l.ethb-idge. has been killed in action. Anoilicr brot'aer gave up hid lite some time ago. He-pnlUjo.s the other day I that Lt.-Col. I>. Oriuonil had been 'tretl ;i brigadier-i;ei!eial of the Ciiiiadiau torero. Ceneral Oriuond at one lime practised law m I'incher i'leek. but before going ovev-eas he was practisieg at I'ortage La I'r.urie. lb- has made a splendid record in Cram e and is con-idcred a very efficient officer. A RECORD AT OTTAWA, j i iHtawa. Sept. i'i. -A on�-acre plot j ! at tiie experimental farm has prodiic-j ieil M luishds of oats 'hi- year. Tlii-, i- by far a icrn'il for oat production! I in lie' Ottawa diitriei. Tiie main oat! : field al llii tariii did not average h;uh as the record acre, but beat all , pa-: vielils, averaging 77 bushel- an ' I "THE HIGHEST IN QUALITY" MEATS For 30 Years in Lethbridge Up to Standard for the End. Everything Fresh Week Killed. R. Coultry Phone 492 The AtbertH Mer.t Market Canada Food Hoard License Number S-2SII!'"!. BARBERS Westbrook Bros, Opposite Bank of Montreal 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. Uet our prices for prompt or future delivery. Kenneth R. Simpson Co. Lethbridge, Alta., or _Calgary, Alta. 217 0 DON'T WAIT UNTIL 30 Below Zero TO HAVE YOUR FURS OVERHAULED Have them done before ths rush. D, THE TAILOR 410 Fifth Street, Lethbridga TELEPHONE 1666 3WDED HOUSE 10 HEAR BELAND : 11 rent interest is being manifested in the cumin:-' vibit to the city of Hon. Dr. Behind, ami there is evidence al-' ready that '.Vesiey Church will be packed to ih.. doors for the otcasion. I Dr. Uelaiui .-peaks in l-Minonton on ! Weiine-iday. September 11, in Calgary ] at tile (irand Theatre on Thursday. iSepi. l.' and a: Wesley Church here ,oii Sept. Those who have heard Dr. IP-land speak, among them W, A. , Buchanan, .M.I'., declare that he is a ; polished orator, and as he has a dra-! malic story to tell there is no doubt jthai he will draw a large crowd. The i Rotary Clubs of the west are working hard to make his tour a success. In Winnipeg tney have secured the lu-i < I list it a i ilall, the largest auditorium in the eiiy. Tickets are now on sale j in the city and out-of-town people I who desire to hear the distinguished j Wrench Canadian may secure tickets by writing to A. (',. Tiaalim o'f the Hnaiini Motor Co.. or to the manager of the Standard Hank hero. Lousy Hens Lousy liens lay few eggs. Kgg.s are high'now and bid fair to lie higher on account of the high price of chicken feed. A moderate amount of enrf on your part will enhance the productivity Dust them well with Dr. Hess' Instant Louse Killer 35c and 85c 1 I. Higiobolhara I Co --- Limited Knights of Columbus Meet. Kvery member of the Kiiighis cf Columbus is urged to be present tonight at the club rooms when State Deputy Ginnix will be present. This is an important meeting as matters connected with a big campaign to be launched soon will he discussed. Tkm AlljerU't Plantar OrufgUM* Wh�l�.sa(t trd Retail ChemliU. Phones 1515 and 322 Personal Mention. S. II. N'dson, the Canlstou barrister is in t he city. Hon. W. H. dishing of Calgary is a business visitor. Dave Hume who writes the golf col-'.!�!!! for the lit raid has received word of the death in action of his nephew Cooygo Hume who was with the Imperial tanks. Banff for Ideal Holiday SEPTEMBER FURNISHED COTTAGES AT HALF RATES The ideal month of the season in the Mountain Resort Hotel Hates $3.i)0 per day ami upwt.rds. l-'or full' particulars write Secretary, Hoard of Trade, llnnff. CANADIAN GOLF CLUB TOURNAMENT SEPTEMBER 14 �ID-M A. Memorial Service, service will he held in A mciiioi' the citadel on Sunday night at ! on behalf of Comrade I'le. Arthur; Kedshiiv.-. recently killed in France. | All members of the Vett rails associa- i lion are cordially Invited to this sor-; vice. l'te. Reilshaw is Ihe second son of Mr. and Mrs. Reilshaw of I!�th St. North, who has made the saiprcme sacrifice for the empire, l'te. licdsliaiv's I elder brother .lolin was killed In llu-j ' battle of Viniy Ridgt CLOSE FOR REGISTRATION New York. Sept. Ik-The stock exchange will be closed all day Thursday, Sept. 12th registration day for the new draft. DUTCH WANT COMPENSATION The Hague, Sept. 5.-It is officially announced that the Dutch minister in Berlin has been Instructed to protest vifjorously nflainst the "Merciless action of a German submarine in shelling u Dutch trawler off Krommenie, north of Holland, August 27, in which fishermen were killed, and to demand compensation." , Y.M. and Y.L.M.I.A. Conference 1 TO BE HELD IN RAYMOND SEPTEMBER 7TH AND 8TH, 1918. Discussion of M. I. A. Stake and Local officers 1 Saturday, .'I p.m. .Meeting: Hound Tub! � Problems, for Officers. 2 .Saturday Evening, S p.m : Social. All ami Partners. f '! Sunday, !� a.m.: Joint .Meeting of Stake Hoards 4 Sunday. 10 a.m.: Joint .Meeting of Stake and Loral Di'Dcer.". 5 Sunday, 2 Oeiieral Assembly. tj Sunday, 2.4f� p.m.: Special Stake and Local Meeiiin; V.M.M.I.A lia Sunday, 2.1a p.m.: Special Stake and Local Meeting Y.1...M.I.A 7 7.'!0 p.m.: General .Meeting and Program. A Real Conservative Loerf is Quaker Bread QUAKER BREAD IS A SETTER EATING LOAF TWENTY-FOUR HOURS OLD THAN IT IS FRESH. THE USE OF SUBSTITUTES KEEPS THE LOAF MOIST AND GIVE8 IT A*5WEET NUTTY FLAVOR THAT NEED ONLY BE TASTED TO BE APPRECIATED, THERE IS NEVER ANY HARD CRUSTS LEFT OVER WHERE QUAKER BREAD IS SERVED. SEE THAT THE DRIVER LEAVES YOU ENOUGH BUI-NO MORE. I Wall Papers OUR NEW STOCK OF FALL WALL PAPERS HAS ARRIVED It includes washable paper*, bed rooms, llvliiK rooms, and balk; in all shinies and prices. \ BRING THE SIZES OF YOUR ROOMS Robertson's Book Store LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK hi � � T ft A m � -  - - F! We Are All Correspondents Now! Vt'o v/rllo our I'rlendsi al. Ihe front and elHowhero, and n<"t throtiRh pails quickly. Yovi should see our stock of these convenient bloeln of paper tho first I lino you find yourself out. htive a number of iipeirlal lines well /orll) attention. 1'apc-r does not kci wrong readily. I'roviilo against tlie, rapid udviiiieo in paper costs. -BUY NOW- The Twentieth Century Book Store 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 FOR READING AND WRITING MATERIAL "Heading lnalielli u full man; Writing, an exact moll." N John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 5-879 KM STENOGRAPHERS WANTED To Call and See the Byron Typewriter Cabinet Something now. Carbon holder In front ol ope.rntor. A place for everything- Letter lieuds, envelopes, bill heuils, carbon, second KliectH, etc. Wo supply r.-vnryOiliig for the offlco. EVERALL and FRANKS , Office Outfitter* Slnnot Block Cor. 4th Aye, &. 5th St, a. 16384582 ;