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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOI^OHEIMER PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS' ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everythlnfl Musical" SIS 6th Street South PKons 1545 jGEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street 8.,' Phohe 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Don? at Reason-' � able Prloe'�. Make a Note to Call 4 Deiany s eat Market Opposite Dallas Hotel Canada.. Food Board License 9-2664 " Numbti' To The People of Lethbrii^geand JSufroundiiig^ District 1 WE ARE MORE THAN EVER DlTERMINED' to cut down the high cost of living, and wc: intend always to put our goods-for sale at Rock Sottom Prices. . - To the City People, we say, if at all possible carry your Groceries or better still, our street cars will carry you and your parcels to any part of tha City for the paltry sum of/Five Cents. To our Farm and Ranch Friends, we say, make that Automobile of yours help to pay for itself by comlna to Lethbridge-and trading with The Good Co., where you Wjon't have to pay for the' up keep of an expensive Delivery ServicV.-- Our Goods are,always fresh and we carry the largest stock In Sbuther'n Alberta. Get our Cat-,-ilog^e, then give us a tria^nd you will be another satlsflfd customer added to our long list. We would advise you not to wait too long for your Peaches, as we are informed- they will be finished in about a week Vr ten days. THE GOOD CO: High-Class Cash Grocers LIMITED CANADA FOOD.BOARD LICENSE NUMBER S~599 Phone 525 v.. Sunday Hours OUR STORE WILL BEiOPEN TOMORROW. AT THE FOLLOWING ^ HOURS: Afternoon....... 2 to 4 Evening......7 to 9 THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL if Store PHONE 1487 SM TRIAL FOR ago on a charge of false pretences, and on his release he was picked up by the military police and taken to Sarcee. -A-ilcEwaa of Champion, was also brought m'lasi hfglit by the A.P.P. to I serve a three mouths" sentence on a I charge of stealing grain. Roger Clirie. a draftee from Vulcan. T-;is brought to the provinehil jail here, last night to await trial on a charge of horse-stealing. He was committed for trial at Vulcan yesterday, the cba-i-ge being the theft of a horse val-�ued at ?500 from Mr.y Todd. Cline spent a month jn jail Ifere some time PRIVATE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD Apply Between 9 and 12 a.m., or 7 to 8 p.m. Dining room suite, (fumed oak) consisting of round extension table, buffet and 4 leather seated chairs;, 1 golden oak chair, leather seated; golden oak dressing table; JVMifnster rug. 9il2 (moHitone greens); 1 wall bed with coil springs and Diiie mattress; 1 card table; 1^ small kitchen table; carpet sw-eeper; Drop bead sewing machine; 1 Dorothy mission piano. The above furniture is practically new. Apply at Room 10, HuUBIock SCHOONER FOONO BOnOMS  A Canadian -Atlantic Port. Sept. 7.- A schooner, believed to be the Bell of Burgo, Newfoundland, has been found floating, bottom up, near here. It is supposed that the vessel,.Avhich looks to be a craft of about SO tons, cap-si^d in the gale last night and that the crew was- drowned. Fishermen along the sliore this morning picked �lip several pieces of wood oti which the .word "Bell" and another "Burgo" were-painted, "The Belle of Burgee" sailed from this port with a general cargo,*"!including a quantity of oil for Xewfoiuidland. RGEGOVUCTION TO MAW FLOW LITTLE BOW RIVER I Some weeks �go the Little Bow Elver Srent� dry ami farmers in that district appealed to the government with the result that water f.-om the High-wood river was diverted to""the Little Bow bed. The amount, "however, will not be sufficient, the farmers fear, and they are now asking for a greater supply for watering the stock in winter. To this end the local board of trade has wired Edmonton as fol.lows.; , Hon. A. McLean," Minister Public Works. Edmonton, Farmers vicinity Tnrin, LUtle Bow, apprehensive about maintenance flow during winter and request assurance increased supply. They fear present flow insufficient keep water going through winter. Will you kindly look into this and reply. _.  G.,R. M.\R.XOCH. . ' President* Leithbridge Board of Trade. Hay & Feed F. a HYDE & CO, Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 3-802 M ARLOW'S EAT ARKET Phdne 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S. # CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER S-6330 Maxine Toilet Preparations Just received this well known line, Qf excellent beauty specialists' toilet articles. Xo lady's dressing table is complete without them. WE HAVE THE BUILDERS, CREAMS, HAIR TONICS, ROUGES .& FACE POWDERS Frank Hedley Drug Co. LETHBRIDGE SEVERE OOAKE 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, "W^e have tliese'extracts in all flavors and'different sizes, 2 oz. Witles, 25c CITY AND DISTRICT Band Concert j The Band will play at Henderson I park on Sunday afternotin nt 3 o'clock I if the weather is favorable THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., l,TD. Suceeaacrg t� Jackson & Co. TelephoneaiSSS and 1832 SherlocR Buildi>iB -�-^I57!Tr- Masonic -Meeting North Stdr Lodge No, 4. A. F", and A.'M. regular meeting on Monday at S n,m, Visi'ting hrethren cordially' in-ted. A sHipment of Imported Golf Clubs which should " haye ii^a^^ us sQme months ago, has'qdst come to hand and owing to the lateness of tRe season'w^^^ decided to offer a special discount of 20% on our full stock ^f clubs.. As our regular prices were considerably lower than either ^innipeg or Calgary this genuine snap should appeal to you. 10% Discount on Golf Balls. Con8UIners^ Hardware and Supply Compahy vl The Great War Veterans' Aisociation A general meeting of the G, W, V. A., will be held on Sunday the Sth. All niambers i;re eaniestiy Joquested to attand. Is Gasded The night casualty lists contain tUc name of E, Sinclair, Turin, as being gassed. W. Beddiugton^ of Colonian.  hits been wounded. E. M. Davies, Cran-I'lrfook. is wounded. Corp. W. B. Kap. j Cranbrook. is also wounded, and L. Gregory, Cranbrook, is reported ill,'' mm FOR SOtOIERS' iTS Provincial Officials Visit Local Lodges arid Make Stirring; Speeches ) Victoria, Sept, ",-The seismograph at the Gonzales Hill observatory today commenced at miautes after ten o'clock to record a severe earthquake shock aad the record continued for well ov^r three hours. It is presumed . that the centre of the disturban;al Crown Soap $2.17. ANNOUNCEMENT A dance will be held in-Biirgroann's hall; 13th street north, every Saturday night! TwiPpiece orchestra in attendance. K. Burgmann in charge. Gents 75 cents; ladies free with exception of the war tax. 227-1 IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Pte. Thbs. Oakley, who died Sept. 6th, 1916,, from wounds received on Hill 60, Sept. 3rd. Remembered lovlngl.v :,by- his Jjevoted friends and sisfer, Mrs. E. J. Pettley. N TILL OHZAIN Toronto, Sept. (,'.-Hon. Dr. Reed, minister of railways and canals, Is bore today in connection^ with Canadian Northern railway matters. He stated tha^ at the raeeting^ of directors held today all the hoard resigned with Tlie- exception of-D, B. Hanna, A. .1. Mitchell, and C. A. BelL who will form a quorum pending reorganization. The resignation of the remaining directors, Sir 'Wm, MacKenzie, Sir Donald Mann, A. i.,ash, W. K. George, \V, K. Christie. R. J. MacKenzie, K. II, Wood, and ll. il, rforn Payne, wore accepted. .Mr. Hanna is in charge of operations until further re-organization. Y.M. and Y.L.M.I.A. Conference TO BE HELD IN RAYMOND "SEPtERlBER 7TH AND STH, 1918. "1 Saturda.v, 3 p.m. Meeting; Round Table Discussion of M. I. A. ProbleiriB for Officers.'- 2 'Saturda!y. Evening, S p.m.: Social. All Stake aud Local Officers and Partnel^s. 3 Sunday, 9 a.m.: Joint Meeting of Stake Boards. 4 Sunday, 10 a.m.: Joint Meeting ot Stake and Local Officers. 5 .Sunday, 2 p.m.: General Assembly. C . Sunday, 2.46 p.m.: Special Stake .and Local iMeeting '\'.M..M.l.A. 6a Sunday, 2.45 p.m.: Speciul Stake and Local Meeting y.L.."\I.(.A. 7. 7;3< ER OF OURS AND SERVE THIS EXTRA FINE BREAD ON YOUR^ ^TM^LE THREE TIMES A DAY. NEVE ANY WASTE WITH QUAKER BRe^AO,'\ �" '�� � �.....-V. . ,,,.., . John Giimore, Limited, Bakers CANADA FOOD BOARD ..^LICENSE NUMBER 5-679 We At-fe AH Correspondents Nbw! "We write our friends at the front aud elsewhere, and get through p.'ids quickly, "You should see our slock ot these convenient hlocks ot paper the first time you find yourself out, 'We have a numbeiv of special lines well v/orth attention. Paper does iiot go wrong readily. Provide "agSitiSt the rapid advaiico in paper costs. -BUY NOW- ' �The Twentieth Centuf y Book Store 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 FOR READING ANb WRITING MATERIAI, "Readitig niakcth u full man; Writing, an exact man." STENOGRAPHERS WANTED To Call and See the Byron Typewriter; Cabinet 'SdiueLliing' new. Carbon holder in front of "operator. A place tor everything- Letter heads, oxivelopes, bill heads, carbon, second sheets, etc. We supply everytljinK lor the ottlce. EVERALL, and FRANKS Office Outfitters Sinnot Block Cor. 4th Ave. A Sth St. 8. 66774533 49 71 ;