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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NO^iOHEIMER PIANOS ' KDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" S16 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE HERALD j g�0RGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street S. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reaaon-able Price*. / Southern Alberta's Best Meats Direct from the Farm to Your Table DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-266'; REPRINT BOOKS Wo have now in stock a magnificent line of books by such well known writer* as Rex Beach, Harold Bell Wright, Mary Roberts Rine-1jart, B. M. Bower, Zane Grey, Robert W. Chambers, Gene Stratton Porter, Jack London and many others. . , Selling at 8Sc each TH& KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONB The Careful Buyer Knows Best Where To Make Her Purchase FRESH FRUIT IS ARRIVING IN LARGE QUANTITIES AND is NOW IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. DO NOT PUT OFF YOUR CANNING TOO LONG AS PEACHES WILL NOT LAST MUCH LONGER. PEACHES, per case ...................... 2.00 PEACHES, per basket .....................65, GREEN TOMATOES, per 40 lb. case ...... 1.65 RIPE TOMATOES, 4 basket crate, per crate 1.45 RIPE TOMATOES, per basket...............40 PRESENT POTATOES, per c->vt............,, ;...... 2.75 POTATOES, 8 lbs. for ........... .........25 TABLE CUCUMBERS, each ....... ..........09 TABLE CUCUMBERS, per case ____ ........ 1.40 TRANSCENDENT CRAB APPLES, per 40 lb. case ........................ ....... 2,65 Italian Prunes to arrive in the morning. We expect Hyslop Crab Apples lor the week end. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers ^anada food board license number 8-599 Phone 525 URGE MATTER OF LiniEBOWl - The deputy minister of the interior has been advised by the board of trade of the dry condition of the Little Bow �nd the anxiety of the farmers result- PRIVATE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD Apply Between 9 and 12 a.m., or 7 to 8 p.m. Dining room suite, (fumed oak) consisting ot round extension table, buffet and 4 leather seated chairs; 1 golden oak chair, leather seated; golden oak dressiiis' table; axmlnster rug, 9x12 (monltone greens); 1 wall bed with coil springs and Dixie mattress; 1 card table; 1 , smaU kitchen table; carpet sweeper;* Drop head sewing' machine; 1 Dorothy mission'plano. "The above'furniture is practically new.... Apply at Room 10, HuH Block ing therefrom. The following wire was sent to the deputy minister by the board of trade today-relative to the matter: Deputy Minister Interior, Ottawa: Farmers vicinity Turin. Little Bow. apprehensive about maintenance flow during winter and request assurance increased supply. They fear present flow insufficient keep water going through winter. Hon. A. McLean, Alberta Minister Public Works will be in Ottawa within few days and will' see you regarding this matter. � J. RUSSELL OLIVER. SbC. Lethbridge Board of Trade. Hay & Feed F.�O.HYDE&CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St, A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 3-802 HAY for SALE Wo are quotlnK very attractive prices delirered at your station tor ovload lots ot TIMOTHY, TIMOTHY AND CLOVER, ALFALFA, PRAIRIE HAY, ETC. ' Cfet our prices for prompt or future delivery. Kenneth R. Simpson Co. Lethbribge, Alta., or _ CalpTy, Alta. 2170 SIR J. WILL TO VISIT CITY Sir John Willison, former head of the Toronto News, and Canadian correspondent ot the London Times, and chairman ot the reconstluction committee ot the Canadian Manufacturers' association, accompanied by W. ,T. Bulman, president, will visit Lethbridge on Tuesday next, and will address a luncheon of the huslness men at the Alberta Cafe, at 12.30 sharp. Sir John Willison will speak on reconstruction after the war. MARKETS M ARLOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-6330 BARBERS West brook Bros, Opposite Bank of Montreal . DON'T WAIT UNTIL 30 Below Zero TO HAVE YOUR FURS OVERHAULED Have them done before the ^^ush. D, THE TAILOR 410 Fifth Street, Lethbridge TELEPHONE 1666 Winnipeg, Sept, 11.-The demand for cash 'barley continues fair for the two top grades. Oats closed % cent higher tor October and ^6 cent lower for pecember. Flax closed 14 cent lower for October; 1% cents lower for November and unchanged for December. WINNIPEG MARKETS. Oats- Open Close October .................S29i S2% December ..............79% 79% Flax- ./ October...............OSa 3S8 November .............375 374>,4 December .............36T 367 CASH PRICES. No. 2 C.W.....................85% No. 2 Feed....................75% �Barley- No. 3 C.W., 105 No. 4 C.W., 100 Flax-No. 1 N.W.C...................401 CALGARY LIVESTOCK. Calgarj-. Sept. 11.-There were about 20 cars ol'cattle on the market today, comprising beef, -stockors, feeders and calves. Most of the beet was 'good butcher only. The demand for feeders and good stockers was good, many buyers being in from the country and prices held well up to last Tiveek's "scale. Buyers offered $19.75 for liogs, selects, weighed oft cars, but no sales were reported. ,  New York Stocks New York. Sept. 11.-Closing sales: C. P. R. 15714; United States steel, 107%; United States Steel preferred, 110%. LOYALTY ISSUE IN ILLINOIS ELE Store Fixtures for Sale 1 Small Safe, 1 Cash Re'gister, 1 Shov/ Case, 8 foot. 5 Show Cases, 4 foot. 1 Oak Courtter, 12 foot 1 Oak Counter, display front, 8 foot. 1 Oak l^ounter with drawers, B foot, 1 Counter .'Counter, oak top, display sides, 8 foot. ' Wall Fixtures, etc. THESE MAY BE EXAMINED BY APPLYING AT OUR STORE CITY AND DISTRICT Boar;." of Trade Luncheons The regular .weekly luncheons of the council of the board of trade will be resumed September 26th, at the Alberta Cafe. A Silver Cup The C. P. R. Is offering a ?500 silver cup for the beat bushel of wheat exhibited at the dry farming congress at Kansas City, this year. The wrong impression has been created by a recent editorial in the Herald that it was a $500 cash prize being offered. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Suceeasors to Jackson & Co. Telephones B55 and 1232 Sherlock, Building Court News Arrangements have been made tor Judge McNeill ot Macleod, to take dls-, trict court sittings here during the i absence of Judge Jackson in the east. Supreme' court criminal sessiouH will open next Tuesday at which Mr. Justice Walsh will preside. Gets Two Months "I have no registration card, I have-nf worked for fourteen months, and I don't want to work," said Matt Ra-hata, a Finlander, to Magistrate Irwin this morning, when brought before him on a charge of vagrancy. Matt went to the provincial gaol lor two months as a resulL SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER I. O. D. E. TAG DAY The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I. 0. D. �., Wil) - Hold/Their Usual AUTUAW TAG DAY SAT;, SEPT. 21st THE PROCEEDS ARE TO BE USED FOR PATRIOTIC PURPOSES Chicago, Sept. 11.-Loyalty and a fight for control of the political machinery -were the issues in almost every campaign to be decided at the j Illinois state primary ejection to be held today, in "which parties nominate candidates tor United States senator, state treasurer, state superintendent ot public instruction, congressmen, members ot the general iissembly and various" county officers. The principal contest' is between Congressmen Medlll McCormick, George E. Poss and JVfayor Thompson, ot Chicago, for the Republican nomination for United States senator, with the loyalty issue sharply defined. McCormick and Foss made their campaigns on the patriotic records, while Mayor Thompson was accused of numerous anti-war activities by his political opponents. Senator James Hamilton , Lewis was unopposed for the Democratic 'nomination for United States senator. Casualties Ottawa, Sept. 11.-Today's casually list reports the following western Canada eoldlers' and officers: Infantry. Killed In action-Lieiit. I. B. Alken-brack, Tweed, Ont.; Lieut. A. C.Bain, Vancouver; Lieut. B. J. Coulson, Gt:and Rapid*, Mich.; Lieut. S. L. Vein, Lievls, Que.; Lance-Corp. F. H. Blades, Strathcona, Alta. Mounted Rifles. liilled in action-X. J. Church, Stanley. Alta.; Corp. B. Carr, Pritchard, B.C. HIGINBOTHAM'S BEEF IRON AND WINE (Peptonized) This is a delicious tonic worth trying. We never ask anyone to buy the second bottle-they always buy it without asking. Delicious in |aste, it contains iron to enrich'the blood, peptonized (digested) beef to feed the tissues and choice,wine as an appetizer. It you feel worn-out, tired and run-down, you need a tonic; you couldn't find a better one than this.. $1.00 l.l.HiguiUlh�&Co - Linitod .," Albertii's Pioneer OnigglaM* Whelesala and Retail ChsmlstK Phones 151S and 322 ANNOUNCEMENT A dance will be held in the Coal-hurst Theatre on September llth. Four piece orchestra In attendance, good floor. Admission $1.00, Ladies free. Everybody welcome. 230-8 CARD OF THANKS The sons and daughters ot tho late .^frs. E. B. Butler wish to thank theilr many friends for tho great kindness and sympathy shown in their recent sad bereavement also for the beautiful floral tributes. 230-1 Siieridan Lawrence, of Vort Vermilion, who brought 20 Shorthorn steers to the Edmonton stock yards, states that 40 per cent, of the wheat crop in the far .north was frozen. Oats and barley almost entirely escaped and will give a good yield.  Poultry Association A meeting of the Lethbridge Poultry and Pet Stock Association will be Pield tomorrow (Thursday) evening In the. xJ'oard of Trade Rooms at 8.00 o'clock. A record attendance is requested froip. members and a hearty invitation is extended to any person who is Interested in the chicken industry. Crops Good in East Geo. E. Fleming, manager of Star-land, returned this week from a month's trip to the east. He state that Ontario has a big crop in everything this year, the wheat "averaging as high as 30 bushels which is unprecedented for Ontario. In Manitoba and Eastern Saskatchewan also crops are splendid, but svest^of Moose Jaw they are very light. NO RESPITE FOR BOOTLEGGERS HERE There is no respite for the Huns oh the western front. Neither is-there any respite for the bootleggers in Lethbridge. Acting Chief Bowker and his squad are continuing the advance, and are rapidly endangering all the defenses held by the bootleggers in the city. They have routed the enemy in several presumably Impregnable positions, and another drive was started this morning; wtien summonses, were served upon Mrs. Ferguson ot the Windsor Hotel, to appear in answer to a charge of having liquor for sale or barter in her possession. The case was remanded till Saturday. CARD OF THANKS We desire to express our hearty thanks to all those who so kindly give assistance to ds during tho illness and death ot our son, especially Mr. and Mrs. Helwlg, Dr. Lovering, and Mr. Petterley, Also to those that sent the floral offerings: Mr. and Mrs. T. Neve, Mrs. S. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Coultry, Mr. and Mrs. W. Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. Baer, Mrs. H. Miller, Miss Flndlay, Airs. Mueller, The Pentecostal Assembly, Alex. Munroe, Mrs; John Holmes, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Kendrlck, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Holmes, Mrs.' Verloster. Bert Fisher. Rev. C. M. and Mrs. Neve, 230-1 357 16th Street N. Regipa's public school teaching staff now numbers 109 members, nine more than were employed last term. A Sweet Flavored Crust QUAKER BREAD IN THE HOMES THAT USE QUAKER BREAD YOU WILL HEAR THE KIDDIES SAY, "I BORROW THE CRUST, PUT LOTS OF BUTTER ON IT MAMMA." NEVER ANY FUSS IN THOSE HOMES ABOUT EAT-ING THE CHUST tO MAKE THEIR HAIR CURLY. A REAL CONSERVATION LOAF IS QUAKER BREAD. ALWAYS GOOD TO THE U>8T CRUMB. THAT'S BECAUSE IT IS JUST GOOD BREAD WELL BAKED. BETTER TRY QUAKER BREAD FOR AWHILE MADAM. IT BEATS THE HOT KITCHEN THESE DAYS BESIDES IT IS SUCH GOOD BREAD. / John Gilmore, Limited, Bafers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 5-879 GAS HEATERS We are showing upwards of a dozen styles and sizes in Gas Heaters, all at last season's prices. If you are interested in this line now is the time tOxbuy, as our next shipment will be from 10% to 20% higher. Fhspect our stock, compare our prices. Consumers' Hardware and Supply Company JAS. ROSE NEW IE Takes Over Duties Oct. 1-Is Well Known in. the* City Jas. S. Rose is the now secretary ot the board of trade, vice J. R. Oliver, resigned. Mr. Oliver's resignation was accepted at yesterday's�meeting ot the board ot trade council. Ot the six applicants lor the position, Mr. Rose was sticcessful. His appointment will be subject to the vote ot the annual general meeting ot the boai-d again in January. Mr. Rose has been a resident ot the city for many years, and is thoroughly acquainted with the city and its affairs. He will assume his new duties at the end of this month, when Mr. Oliver leives tor the coast. LT. STRICKLAND Was Witli Experimental Farm Staff-Pte. Fred Stowe Wounded Word has been received in the city that.E. H. Stricltland, connected with the experimental farm here for some time, has been wounded in action. Mn Strickland enlisted with the 195th aa a private, and was transferred when he reached overseas. He won tJTe com= mission of lieutenant on the field. He was an officer In tho machine gun corps. Mr. Strickland was entomologist ot the staff at the experimental farm, and was well known locally. ' Word was received in the. city today by his sister that Pte. Fred Stowe haS been wounded In action. He is sut-' tering a gunshot wound In the shoulder. ' Lanca-Corp. D. .Murray, M. M., o^ Lundbreck, has been wounded. PHONE 1559 For Your Next Sign Order tfnd Try the Western Sign Co. 414 Fourth Ave. S. / -N SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S CHOICEST MEATS ARE H|ERE WE KILL DAILY , For 30 years we've been selling the best obtainable. R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Board License Number 8-28693. Great War Veterans Association Big Dance IN THE CLUB ROOMS FRL, Sept. 13th AT..9.00 P.M. NEED'S ORCHESTRA IN AT-TENDANCE BEST FLOOR IN THE CITY Admission 50c The Doll Our Fall Stock of flolls Is now open for your Inspection; � Better Dolls and lower prices than ever. _ , [ Robertson's Book Store Lethbridge Hotel Bibck Phone .1266 � Banff for Ideal Holiday SEPTEMBER FURNISHED COmCES AT HALF RATES The Ideal month of the ceaton In the Mountain Reeort Hotel Rates fS.OO per day and upwcrds. For full particulars write Secretary, Board ot Trade, Bantt. CANADIAN GOLF CLUB TOURNAMENT SEPTEMBER 14 219-14 We Are All Correspondents Now! ^ We write our friends at the front and elsewhere, and get through . pads quickly. You should see onr stock ot these convenient blocka of paper the first time you find yourself out. We have a number ot special lines well v/orth attention. Paper does not so wrong readily.' Provide against the rapid advance in paper costs. ' I -BUY NOW- The Twentieth Century Book Store 514 FOURTH AVENUE , PHONE 611 FOR READING AND WRITINGh MATERIAL "Reading maketh a full man; Writing, an exact man." _ Office Equipmeot and Stationery Stenographer'e'Note Booke.............:........... W.M per 100 Typewriter Carbon........................ ?2.00 to $3.60 per box Typewriter Ribbons......................... 75e and $1.00 each Second Sheets........................ $1.26 and $1.60 per 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVER ALL & FRANKS SInnot Block Cor. 4th Ave. and 6th M. 02764495 87 4563 ;