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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOROHCIMER PIANOS BDI80N PHONOGRAPHS A8SINIB0IA MUSIC CO., LTD. "EverytliinQ Musical" S15 6th Street South Phone ISi^S GEORGE MORGAN HOUiSE DECORATOR "964 11th �tr��t 8. PhOM 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Deif'i at Reaaenposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-266^ REPRINT BOOKS We have now in stock a magnificent line f books by such well known writers as Rex Beach. Harold Bell Wright, Mary Robert's Rioe-hart. B. M. Bower, Zane Grey, Robert W. Chambers, Gene Slrr.tlon Porter, Jack London and many others. > Selling at 85c each THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^tewa^W store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 WASHtNGION STAIE As the result of the visit of R. J. Daly, of the provincial department of agriculture, to Spokane, Southern Ai-- Iierta is already beginning to get harvest hands from The state of Washington. Already 25 have bought tickets from Spokane for Alberta poluts, and more will be coming after rr/gis-tration day on Sept. 12th. > ? ? ? : ? ? ? : : ? CANADIAN OFFICERS PROMOTED. London. Sept. 9. - Lieut.-Col. W. A. Bishop is gazetted general staff officer. JIajor A. F. Culver is gazetted to the artillery staff. Jlajor E. W. MacDonald, priace Albert, is promoted lieutenant-colonel. ? .Major A. Gory, artillery, and ? . Lieut. B. C. Gray, British Col-> umbia, have resigned their ? > commissions. : ? ? ? : ? ? : > ? ? : : : : : :� ? The Careful Buyer Knows Best Where To Make Her Purchase FRESH FRUIT iS ARRIVING IN LARGE QUANTI TIES-AND 18 NOW IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. DO NOT PUT OFF YOUR CANNING TOO LONG AS PEACHES WILL NOT LAST MUCH LONGER. WE HAVE AT PRESENT POTATOES, per cwt..................... 2.75 POTATOES, 8 lb�.- for .....................25 TABLE CUCUMBERS, each.................09 TABLE CUCUMBERS, per ca�e............1.40 TRANSCENDENT' CRAB APPLES, per 40 lb. caie........... 2.65 PEACHES, per case ...................... 2.00 PEACHES, per basket ......................65 GREEN TOMATOES, per 40 lb. caae ......LBS RIPE TOMATOES, 4 basket crate, per crate 1.45 RIPE TOMATOES, per basket............ .40 Italian Prunes to arrive in the mornih;'. We expect Hyslop Crab Apples for the week end. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canada pood board license number s-sss Phone 525 MARKETS Oats- Winnipeg Markets Open Close Oct..... ........ S2% 82% Dec: ... . ........ 79% T9% Flax- Oct. ... . ........ 390 Nov. ... ........ 3841/^ 376 Dec..... ........ 371 377 Cash Prices Oats-No. 2 C. W. ... ! No. 2 Feed .. ., Barley-No. 3 C. W. 107 Flax-No. 1 N. W. C. PRIVATE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD Apply ' Between 9 anJ 12 a.m., or 7 to 8 p.m. Dining room suite. ^ (fumed oak) consisting of rouc.d extension-.table, buffet and 4 leather seated chairs; 1 golden oak chair, leather seatedi,' golden oak dressing table; axminster rug, 9x13 (monitone greens); 1 wall bed with coil fprings and Dixie mattress; 1 ca,rd table; 1 small , kitchen table; carpet sweeper; Drop head, sewing ma-,chine; 1 Dorothy mission piano. The above furniture is practically new. Appbr 9t Room 10, HuU Block MINMAYBE Winnipeg, Sept. 10.-^P. B. Tustin. for twelve years head of the city food and .dairy division, may soon be food controller for Canada, it is said. Several trade bodies are deeply interested in the inove and a joint meeting was held here this morning "to discuss, means of bringing before the government the need for a complete change." ................ S55g ...............75% No. 4 C. W. 105 ................401li L 0 TAKE B. N. A. Hay & Feed F.O.HYDE&CO. for. 2nd Ave. and 12th St. a. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE panada FOOD BOARD -li.lCENSE NUMBER 3-802 HAY for SALE We are quoting very attractive prices delivered at your station for carload lots of TIMOTHV, v TIMOTHY AND CLOVER, ALFALFA, PRAIRIE HAY, ETC. Get our prices for prompt or future delivery. Kenneth R. Simpson Co. Lethbridge, Alta., or Calgary, Alta. 217-0 ARLOW'S EAT ^ ARKE'T Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-6330 Montreal, Sept. 10.-At a meeting of the shareholders of the Bank of Montreal today, the decision to acquire the Bank of British North America was unanimously ratified. Permission . to sell the bank has already been; granted by the shareholders in; England of, the Bank of British' North America. BARBERS West brook Bros. Oppoaite Bank of Montreal N CANADA, SAYS DUKE Chicago, Sept. 10.-The Duke of Devonshire, governor-genera! of Canada, was the ceatre of interest at the gov-I ernment war exposition today which ' wa.s "Canada Day." His visit bears the stamp of approval of th^ governments of Great Britain and Canada, for his official position is such that it was necessary to obtain the consent of both. "Canada's determination to win the war is even stronger than it was four yeai6 ago," the duke said. "Duiing the last two years, I have not seen or heard of. a pacifist. As far as I know, such a type does not exist in Canada." Flavoring Extracts The success of your cakes, custards, puddings, etc., is dependent to a great extent on the quality of the flavorings used. la Royal '"Flavoring Extract you will find the truest tlavora combined with the greatest strength and absolute purity. We have tliese extracts in all flavors and different sizes. 2 oz. bottles, 25c THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. BucMHore to Jackson A Co. Telephonea 555 and 1232 ^Mariock.Building CITY AND DISTRICT Band Concert , The city band will play at Henderson park tomorrow evening (weather permitting). , GAS HEATERS We are showing upwairds of a dozen" stylos arid siziss in Gas Heaters, all at last season's prices. If you are interested in this line now is the time to buy, as our next shipment will be from 10% to 20% higher. Inspect our stock, compare our prices. Consumers' Hardware and Supply Gdmpany I. O. O. F. Meeting All members oi: Viaduct Lodge No. 53 I.O.O.P. are requested to be present tonight for the third degree. Refreshments. Contest Postponed Owing to til 8 rainy weather over last week-end the captain's prize contest on the golf course will be played the coming week-end. , Mining Engineer C. H. Colgrove. a mining engineer, who has been for years identified with Yellowhead mines, is In the city today on his way to British Columbia. DON'T WAIT UNTIL 30 Below Zero TO HAVE YOUR FURS OVERHAULED Have them done before the rush. D, THE TAILOR . 410 Fiftii Street, Lethbribge TELEPHONE 1666 SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER LO.D. E. TAG DAY The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I. 0. D. �., Will Hold Their Usual AUTUMN TAG DAY SAT., SEPT. 21st ^ THE PROCEEDS ARE TO BE USED FOR PATRIOTIC PURPOSES BLEW SUBMARINE ALL TO PIECES New York, Sept. 10.-The claim that their gun crew sank a German submarine of large type, 1^00 miles off Sandy Hoolc on Sunday morning, was made by the captain and crew of an oil tank steamship, which arrived here today. The submarine, according to the mariners, was blown tp pieces by i shell which landed squarely on its hull. LIMIT WHITE THREAD. Washington, Sept. 10.-Manufacturers of cotton thread were directed by the war industries board to limit their output of white thread to fourteen sizes, of black to seven and of colored to one, with all spools of the smallest practical diameter for 200 yards. Try a small package of "PANACEA," the Great Egg'Producer with your chickens, and note the result. 35c and 85c s=- Umitod - Tktt AltMrta^ Plantar OniBfM** WhalMaia m4 Ratall ehamfat* Phones 1615 and 322 Fined in City Court Lee White, a taxi driver, was fined $2 and costs each on two infractions of the motor vehicle act, at city police court this morning. Wound Not Serious Mrs. W. E. Frame has had a cable from her husband, Lieut. W. E. Frame, stating that his knee wound is not serious. J. S. Dennis Honored Col. J. S, Dennis, of Calgary, of the British-Canadian recruiting mission has been made a Companion of St. Michael and St. George. Trade* Council The Lethbridge Trades and Labor Council will hold their regular fortnightly mr/jting in the Labor Hall tomorrow (Wednesday) evening, at eight o'clock. turn to his battalion before long. Sergt. Cobbledick enlisted in the 113th Lethbridge Highlanders in January, 1916. He has been tor some time in the 25th battalion. He went over the top on the morning of Aug. 8th in the opening of the present great Canadian offensive. There are six applicants for the secretaryship of the board of trade, and tliese were considered, among other things, at the council of the board this afternoon. The applicant^ are Jas. Rose, W. A. H. Cocq. Horace King, W. E. Buchan, D. A. Smith, and H. Smith. Several other matters of importance werp taken itp at tlie meeting this afternoon, which convened at -1:30 on Mr. Marnoch's return from Taber. ANNOUNCEMENT necruiting tor Siberian -Draft K, N. W. M. Police, has stopped, but shoeing smiths are still required. 22S-2 We have afull stock of Galli Curd recordsmen hand. These are all good. Come in and hear them. Willis & Co., Ltd., Hull Block. 229 1 The Daughters and Maids of England will hold a whist drive and danco on Wednesday evening, September 11, in the S.O.G. hall, commencing at 8.15 p.m. Mr. Needs will play. Admission 50c, -and war tax. 22S-2 PHONE 1559 For Your Next Sign Order � and Try the � Western Sign Co. 414 Fourth Ave. S. RECOMPENSE BRITISH FOR THEIR SACRIFICES Exemption Appeals The following have been given exemption till Nov. 1: E. M. Brownell, Carmangay; O. R. Sorge, Pincher C/eek; V. Dahlin, Barons; D. O^vsley, Barons; C. J. Erdman, Barons. --, Back for Third Time Maj'or Hardie received word from his son Jesse today that he is going back to the trenches for the third time. He has been incapacitated twice in action. Paris, Sept. 10.-(Reuters.)-' Ex-Premier Bartheu, In the Matin, says 'the British troops have mag-. nificentty recompenaed their people for the sacrifices , they have submitted to and liave added immortal pages to the golden book of their country. That which relates to the capture of the Queant sector will tell of one of the most difficult and decisive exploits of the war, he says. BORN MITCHELL^To Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Mitchell of Bow Island, on September 10th, a son. 229-1 THERE ARE NO FINER MEATS THAN WE SELL We buy' choice stock and understand killing and handling. Everything we sell is fresh killed. R. Coultry Phone 492 Tha Albarta Maat Market Canada Food Board License  Number 8--'28693. ADD HORSE MEAT 0 THE EXPORTS Ottawa, Sept. 9.-Canada will soon add to its exports'horse meat. C. F. Hoadley, opposition leader in Alberta, and Dr. Stanley, M.L.A. for High River., have been, in Ottawa urging that tlie government adopt a policy of selling Canada's surplus horsb population as meat for the horse eating countries of Europe.' They point out tliat Alberta has a shortage of feed and a surplus of horses, for which there is no market; Chosen Friends Ail members of the Chosen Friends are requested to pay their dues-4n future to Miss Allen, 14 HuU Block, Miss Alien has taken over the secretaryship, which has been held by Mr. Buss. Back to Teaching Again F. R. P. McKittrick, formerly of the Lethbridge Herald staff and later with the Edmonton Bulletin, has become principal of the Forestburg Consolidated school. At one time Mr. McKittrick taught school at Stirling. Broken Wrist Supt. MacKintosh, of the C.P.R., now bears a broken wrist as painful testimony to his efficiency fn cranking a Ford car in a rainstorm. He was coming into the city In his Ford "jigger" over the tracks the other night, when he ran into the rainstorm. The batteries must have got wet, and he and his companion got out to. crank up the car again. Mr. MacKintosh took second try at it, with success, but the engine kicked hack strong, and be now has his.arm In a neat sling. Only Slightly Hurt Edmonton Bulletin: A letter was received Saturday morning by Rev. G. H. Cobbledick of The Highlands from his son, Sergt. D. W. Cobbledick, written two days after he was wounded, sa;^ng that his injury was a bullet wound in the arm aild a very slight one in the thigh. He was then in the General hospital in Le Treport and was doing well. He expected to ro- Great War Veterans Association Big Dance IN THE CUIB ROOMS FRI., Sept. 13th AT 9,00 P.M. NEED'S ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE BEST FLOOR IN THE CITY Admission 50c The Doll Our Fall Stock of dolls is now open for your inspectldn. Better Dolls and lower prices than ever. Robertnon's Book Store Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1256 Banff for Ideal Holiday SEPTEMBER FURNISHED COTfAGES AT HALF RATES The ideal month of the season In the Mountain Reabrt Hotel Rates $3.00 per day and upwr.rds. For full particulars write Secretary, Board of Trade, Banff. CANADIAN GOLF CLUB TOURNAMENT SEPTEMBER 14 219-14 A Well Baked Loaf QUAKER BREAD BREAD WITH SUBSTITUTES IN REQUIRE VERY THr'flOUGH BAKING. THE SUBSTITUTES HOLD THE MOISTURE >\p IF THE LOAF IS NOjr'THOROUGHLY BAKED IT WILL BE Op'5oi;