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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NO.tDHEIMER PIANOS ' BDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everything. Musical" S15 6th Street South Phone IMS L LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD! GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street S. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable Prices. Southern Alberta's Best Meats P Direct from the Farm to Your Table DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-2664 REPRINT BOOKS We have now in stock a magnificent line of books by such wed known writers as Rex Besch. Harold Bell Wright. Mary Roberts Rine-hart, B. M. Bower. Zane Grey. Robert VV. Chambers. Gene Stratton Porter, Jack London and many others. , Selling at 85c each THE/ KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Store PHONE 1437 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. WE HAVE AT PRESENT POTATOES, per cwt..................... 2.75 POTATOES, 8 lbs. for .....................25 TABLE CUCUMBERS, each .................09 TABLE CUCUMBERS, per case ............ 1.40 TRANSCENDENT CRAB APPLES, per 10 lb. case ................................ 2.65 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 Italian Prunes to arrive in the morning. We expect Hyslop Crab Apples for the week end. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED ^High-Class Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 Phone 525 MARKETS LITTLE BOW ON The deputy minister ;if the interior ha= been advised by the board of trade of tlie dry condition of the Utile How �nd tlie anxiety of Uie farmer." result- I ins therefrom. The following wire ( was �.'tit to the deputy minister by the 1 board of trade toda> relative lo ihe : matter. ' Deputy .Minister interior. Ottawa: Farmers vicinity Turin. Little Bo�-. ' apprehensive about maintenance flow ' during winter and request assurame } increased supply. They tear presen; I flow insufficient k-'ep water jioinj: I through winter. Hon. A. McLean. Al-I bet'ta Minister riihlie Works will he j in Ottawa within few days and will see vou reuantitiB this matter. ' .1 KrSHKI.I. OI.IVKR, '� c. Let'ubridpe Hoard of Trad-' Winnipec Sept. 11.-The demand for cash barley continues fair 'or the 'wo top prndes-. Oats closed 's cent higher for October and 'h cent lower for December. Flax closed i, cent lower for October- l-1, cents lower for November and unchanged for December. WINNIPEG MARKETS. Oat.-tVtober , 1 December Flax- Oi tolier . ] N'ovciubet j i 'ecember Open Close CASH PRICES. j: PRIVATE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Apply Between 9 and 12 a.m., or 7 to 8 p.m. Dinini; room suite, t fumed oak i consisting of round extension table, buffet and 4 leather seated chairs: 1 golden oak chair, leather seated; golden oak di'e-sinjr tabl": axnilnster ruR. fx 1 - t'monitnne greens!: 1 wall bed with coil springs anil Dixie .'jintfrefs: I card table; 1 small kitchen table: carpet sweeper; Drop head sowing machine; 1 Dorothy mission piano. The above furniture practically new. Apply at Room 10, Hull Block to visit city Sir John Willison. former head of the Toronto News, and Canadian correspondent of the London Times, and chairman of the reconstruction committee of the Canadian Manufacturer?' association, accompanied by V. .1. Bulman. president, will v'.3it I.eth-bridpe on Tuesday nexr. am! will address a Iuip heon of the business men at the Alberta Cafe, at l^.;',n sharp. Sir John Willison will speak ou reconstruction after the war. I No. Z C \V..... No l-Ved ... | Barlev-I No. Z C.W., !"."> I Fia\~ ; No 1 X W T . . . j CALGARY N> 1 I'.W Calvary. Sept about 'Ju cars of cattl today, comprising LIVESTOCK. 11 -'I'll ere were on the market of. stockerv. feeders and calves. Most of the beef was sond butcher only. The demand for feeders and i;ood miockers was irood, many buyers h 'ins in from the country anil prlie� lie'ol well up to last week's vcali1. Buyers offered | for hoes, select;., weighed off j Store Fixtures for Sale 1 Small Safe. 1 Cash Register. 1 Show Case, 8 foot. 5 Show Cases. 4 foot. 1 Oak Counter, 12 foot. 1 Oak Counter, display front, J foot. 1 Oak Counter with drawers, G foot 1 Counter Counter, oak display sides. 8 foot. ' Wall Fixtures, etc. THESE MAY BE EXAMINED BY APPLYING AT OUR STORE top. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Charlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Boar ' of Trade Luncheons The regular .weekly luncheons of Ihe council of the board of (ratio will be resumed September -Oth, at the Alberta Cafe. ' A Silver Cup The C. P. H. is offering a $.".00 silver cup for the best bushel of wheat exhibited at the dry fanning congress at Kansas City, this year. The. wrong impression has been created by � I recent editorial in the Herald that it 'was a $500 cash prl/.o being offered. Court News Arrangements have b-en made for Judge McNeill of Macleod, to take district court sitting" here during tho absence of Judge Jackson in the east. Supreme court criminal session': will open next Tuesday at which Mr. Justice Walsh will preside. GAS HEATERS We aie showing upwards oi 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 to.buy, as our next shipment will be from I0rc; to 20',7 higher. Inspect our stock, compare our prices. Consumers' Hardware and Supply Company ias. rose new sec. board trade T.ikes Over Duties Oct. >Ycll Known in the' City 1-Is Gets Two Months "I have no registration card. 1 have nf worked for fourteen months, and i ll(.fllialnte(I with the cite and 1 don't want to work." said Matt K:i-; fai,. j|, will assume h'is new hala, a Finlander. to MagiMrale Irwin this morning, when brought before him on a charge of vagrancy. Matt went to the provincial gaol for two months as a result. Jas. S. llo.-.e is the new secretary of the hoard of trade, vice J. R. Oliver, resigned. Mr. Oliver's resignation was accepted at yesterday's meeting of (he hoard of trade council. Of the six applicants for the position. Mr. Rose was successful. His appointment will be subject to the vote of the annual Ren oral meeting of the board attain in January. .Mr. P.ose has been a resident of the city for many years, and is thoroughly its affairs. He will assume his new duties | at the etui of this monih. when Mr. Oliver leaves for the coast. time, has been wounded In nctlon. Mr. Strickland enlisied with the 19otli ns it plicate, and was transferred when ho reached overseas. He won the com- j mission of lieutenant on the field. I In was an officer in Ihn machine gun I corps. Mr. Strickland was entomologist of the staff at the oxpi!i'lmenlal farm, and was well known locally. Word was received In the city today by his sister that I'te. Fred Stowo linn been wounded in nctlon. !lo is suffering a gunshot wound in the shoulder. Halico-Corp. 1). Murray, M. M., of laindbreok. lias been woundod. m AR LOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 3lxth Avenue S. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-6330 cars but no sales were reported. New York Stocks w Y'"'k. Sept. 11.-Closing sales: K. l.r�7L.: ["niu-d Slates steel. ; I'tiitcd States Steel preferred. loyalty issue in Hay & Feed F.* 0. HYDE & CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St. A PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 3-802 BARBERS West brook Bros, Opposite Bank of Montreal HAY for SALE We are quotinK very attractive prices delivered st your station tor carload lots of TIMOTHY, TIMOTHY AND CLOVER, ALFALFA, PRAIRIE HAY, ETC. Get our prices for prompt or future delivery. Kenneth R. Simpson Co. Lethbriaae, Alts., or _Calgary, Alta. 2170 DON'T WAIT UNTIL 30 Below Zero TO HAVE YOUR FURS OVERHAULED Have them done before tho Ni'iish. D, THE TAILOR 410 Fifth Street, Lethbrldge TELEPHONE 1666 ,' Chicago, Sept. 11.-Loyalty and a : ! fight for control of the political ma- I I chinery were the issues in almost 1 j very campaign to be decided at the. I Illinois state primary election to he j held today, in which parties nominate ' candidates for United States senator. ' 1 state treasurer, slate superintendent | of public instruction, congressmen. they arc very light. lt. strickland Was With Experimental Karm Staff-Pte. Fred Stowe Wounded Word has been received ii taat K. il. Strickland, eonnc the experimental farm here the city ted with for some PHONE 1559 For Your Next Sign Order and Try tbre Western Sign Co. 414 Fourth Ave. S, SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S CHOICEST MEATS ARE HERE WE KILL DAILY For no years we've been selling lite best obtainable. R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada Food TJoard Ltcenso Number 8-1!8G93. e bootleggers here There Is no the western any respite l.ethhridge. respite for the Huns on front. Neither is there for Ihe bootleggers in Acting Chief liowker and SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER I. O. D. E. TAG DAY The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, 1. 0. D. E., WiU Hold Their Usual AUTUMN TAG DAY SAT., SEPT. 21st THE PROCEEDS ARE TO BE USED FOR PATRIOTIC PURPOSES Casualties Ottawa, Sept. 11.-Today's casualty list reports the following western Canada soldiers and officers: Infantry. Killed iu action-Lieut. I. B. Aiken-brack, Tweed, Ont.: Lieut. A. C. Main. Vancouver; Lieut. Ii. J. Couleou, Orand Rapids, Mich.; Lieut. S. L. Vein. I>;vls, Que ; UmccCorp. K. II. Hlttdes, Strathcona. Alta. Mounted Rifles. Killed in action-N. .1. Church. Stanley. Alta.. Corp. B. Carr, I'rilchurd, B.C. ANNOUNCEMENT A dance will bo held in the Coal-hurst Theatre on September 1 Ith. Four piece orchestra in attendance, good floor. Admission $1.00. Ladies free. Everybody welcome. ^;10-i his tqnad are continuing the advance, and are rapidly endangering all the defenses held by ih*� bootleggers in tile city. They have routed the enemy in m'veral presumably impregnable positions, and another drive was .started this morning wtien summonses were served upon Mrs. Ferguson of the Windsor Hotel, lo appear in answer to a charge of having liipior for sale or barter in her possession. The ease was remanded till Saturday. Great War Veterans Association Big Dance IN THE CLUB ROOMS FRL, Sept. 13th AT 0.00 P.M. NEED'S ORCHESTRA IN AT. TENDANCE BEST FLOOR IN THE CITY Admission 50c The Doll Hpuse Our Fall Stock of dolls 1* now open for your Inspection. Rotter Dolls and lower prices thnn ever. Robertson's Book Store Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1286 CARD OF THANKS The sons and daughters of tho late Mrs. K. II. Rmler wish to thank their many friends for tho great kindness i Mr. and Mrs. and sympathy shown in their rneenr i jjjrs Findlay, sad bereavement also for tho beautiful ' floral tributes. ;;;i0-l Sheridan Lawrence, of Fort Vermilion, who brought 20 Shorthorn sieers to the Kdrnonton stock yards, states that In tier cent, of the. wheat crop in the far north vyas frozen. Oats and bailey almost entirely escaped and will give a good yield. CARD OF THANKS We desire to express our hourly thanks to all those who so kindly gave Hiiri'-tnnce to us during the illness and death of our son, especially Mr. and Mrs. Hchvig, Dr. Lovering, and .Mr. Feltorloy. Also to those that Bent the floral offerings: Mr. and Mrs. T. Neve, Mrs. S. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Coultrv, Mr. and Mrs. W. Dutton, llaer, Mrs. 11. Miller. Airs. .Mueller. The Pentecostal Assembly, Alex. Munroo, Mrs. John Holmes, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Kendrlck, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Holmes. Mrs. Verloster. Ilort, Fisher. Rev, C, M. and Mrs. Neve, 2:10-1 :tS7 Hitli Street N. j Banff for Ideal Holiday SEPTEMBER FURNISHED COTTAGES AT HALF RATES The Ideal month of the eeaaon In the Mountain Retort Hotel Rates $3.00 per day mid upwr.rds, For full particulars write Secretary, Iloard of Trade, Banff. " CANADIAN GOLF CLUB TOURNAMENT SEPTEMBER 14 219-14 Itegina's public school teaching staff now numbers loit memhors, nine more than were employed lust 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 TH08E HOMES ABOUT EAT. INQ THE CRUST TO MAKE THEIR HAIR CURLY. A REAL CONSERVATION LOAF IS QUAKER BREAD. ALWAY8 GOOD TO THE LAST 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, Baiters CANADA FOOD BOARD LICEN8E NUMBER 6-879 We Are All Correspondents Now! Wo writo our friends ut the front and olnewhere, and Ret. through pnds quickly. You Hhould see our stock of these convenient block* of paper tho first tlmo you find yourself out. We have a number of speelnl lines well vorth attention. I'aper doos not go wrong readily.' Provide against tho rapid advance In paper costs. -BUY NOW- The Twentieth Century Book Store 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE fill FOR READING AND WRITING MATERIAL "Reading makoth a full man; Writing, tin exact man." Office Equipment and Stationery Stenographer'* Note Books......................... �9.85 par 100 Typewriter Carbon ........................$2.00 to $3.50 par box Typewriter Ribbon* .......................... 75c and $1.00 each Second Sheets ....................____ $1.26 and $1.50 per 1.000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVFRALL & FRANKS \ Slnnot Block Cor. 4th Ave, and 6th at. 06121625 ;