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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATbR 964 11th Streat S. Phone 1483 Prompt and RelUbre Work Done at Reaaon. , able Prleee. � Southern All^erta's Best r- Meats 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 wefl known writers as Rex Beach, Harold Bell Wright, Mary Roberts Rine-hart, B. M. Bower, Zane Grey, Robert W. Chambers, Gene Stratton rPorter, Jack Ifondon and many others. Selling at S5c each THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. *^ Store NEXT OALLAS HOTEL P^HONE 14�7 The Careful Buyer Knows Best Where To Make Her Purchase FRESH FRUIT IS ARRIVING IN LARGE QUANTITIES AND 18. NOW IN EXCELLENT CONDITION^ DO NOT PUT OFF YOUR CAIMNING TOO LONG AS PEACHESNWILL NOT LAST MUCH LONGER, WE HAVE-AT PRESENT PEACHES, per case ............^.....-....2.00 PEACHES, per basket .....................65 GREFN TOMATOES, per 40 lb. case ...... 1,65 RIPE TOMATOES, 4 basket crate, per crate 1,45 RIPE TOMATOES,-per basket.....,........ .40 POTATOES, per c'JVt. ;................... 2.75 POTATOES, 8 lbs. for .....................25 TABLE CUCUMBERS, each .................09 TABLE CUCUMBERS, per case......... 1.40 HYSLOP CRAB APPLES, per 40 lb. case ... 3.10 ITALIAN PRUNES, per case .............. 1.85 THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-590 Phone 525 HIE GUARDS miNG SOVIETS 5?* 'St&ckholm, Sept. 12.-Russian White (Guards hare fonueil an anti-Soviet jfront in the Arsageman district of the 'Eussian provincD of Nie;!hin-NoTgor-tod, according to a despatch from Mos-'co^-.^ Six districts in the  province ^ave united against t)ie Russian Soviet eovernnaent. Peas'ants in the provtiice lot Kazan are arming against the Bot-feheviki and the despatch adds Sov-;ict forces are being formed to sup-�press the revolt. PRIVATE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD Apply Between 9 and 12 a.m., or 7 to 8 p.m. Dining room suite, (futiied oak.) consisting of round extension table, buffet and 4 leathe'r seated chairs; 1 golden oak chair, leather seaied; goJden ^oak^dressing table; asminster iT^ug, 9x12 (monilone greens); 1 wali bed with coil springs and Dixie mattress; 1 card table; 1 small kitchen table;\ cari>et sweeper; Drop head sewtagjna->. chine; 1 Dorothy mission piano. , The , above furniture is practically new, , . . . J Apply at Room 10, HuU Block OBE CHARGES ON SOLDIERS' VOTES ,S: John. Qiie.. Sept. 12.--Tii.? royni co;nmiss!on aplwinri^d h.v th-T federal governnient to iaijuire in.j chai'ges laid before the house of r.oujnion.i by Jc;\fcph Archamliault. I^iberal nie\nhor for C'haaibly-Verchj:-^.-;. relative lo the voting of soldiers in his con.=,titU(;ncy duK'iit' the last g-3n_'ir:t'l ^iccfi'Hi. opened in the coHrtiiOHso here :his.:Dorn-itijr. The commisV.oi is pres'ided over by Mr. Justice Mr.tLeUin. of i\foiit-reai. .The charges Jn'Onue allegalions of ccnspiracy among oi;;'i.-iin officer? of Uie garrison at St. Jr.Uu:; to c:ist tin-'r voles iiiegally in lavov of J. H. Rain-villo. :v!r. Archamb:ui!'."j unsui-ce.-sfu! (.'iiicr.ont; violatioa of the .MilitMy au'l Elector act^ and perjury. The witnesses to be heard will include officer.-; connected with the loc.V. garrloon. Iieaded by Lieut-{."c! W. W. .Alelvillc a);il Francis Chad'.vick. deputy c!erk of the crown in chancery. Sir Eugene Fiset. deputy minister of militia, and a number of soldiers. MARKETS Oafs- Oct. ... Dec. ..; Flax- Oct. ... Xov. ... Dec. ... Winnipeg Market 82';, 79% 79% ....... 3S5 3S1% ....... 3V4 370�4 ....... 366 3C3 Cash Prices Oats-No. 2 C. W..................... Sfl'/s Extra No. 1 Peed .............. Sl^s No. 1 Feed..70% No. 2 Feed.-.75% Barley-No. 3 C. W. 107 No. 4 C. W. 105 Fla.\-- _ No. 1 X. W. C. .............396^ LTD. Suceettbra to. Jackson & Co. Telephones �&S^ and 1232 Sherlock llullciing AR LOW'S EAT ARKET Hay & Feed F. 0. HYDE & CO. Cor. 5nd Ave. and 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE  CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 3-802 Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-6330 KILLED WHILIINTHE 1 WITH pyfiL Exemption Appeals Tlie following are exempted from military service so long as they are employed as farmers: E. H. Easter-brook, Cowley; L. Lowe, Cardston; A. Enzenauer, Vulcan; W. C. Daviea, Albion Ridge. Not Coming Here ' Lord Shaughnessy, president of the ! C.P.R., will not visit Lethbridge on his western trip, according to information received at the local offices of the railway company. He will go along the main line! and will likely also visit Edmonton. HAY for SALE : We are Quoting very attractive K urlces delivered at your station for carload lots of TIMOTHY, ' TIMOTHY AND CLOVER, ALFALFA, : PRAIRIE HAY, ETC. '� Get our prices for prompt or fntnre. delivery. Kenneth R. Simpson Co.  Lethbridge, Alta., or __Calgary, Alta. 2170 BARBERS We St brook Bros, Opposite Bank of Montreal DON'T WAIT UNTIL 30 Below Zero TO HAVE YOUR FURS OVERHAULED Have them done before the ruslj. . D, THE TAILOR 410 Fifth Street, Lethbridge TELEPHONE* 1666 The following letter regarding the death of Flight-Lieut. Clai�euce Sherlock, a former member of the Herald staff, ha.s been received by JNIrs. Sherlock, from the young man's commander: Dear Mrs. Sherlock: I want to express my very sincere sympathy with you in the sad accident I to your son yesterday. He was up with a pupil and a' collision occurred with'another machine. The occupants of both were killed instantly and could not have suffered at all. Your son was very keen and had j done some splendid work here. He had just come back from a spB,cial flying school which lie had passed out of very well. He was very much liked by everyone and is a great loss to the service. My own Ijrother was killed in an aeroplane accident last year, so I can the more readily sympathize with you. Yours very sincerely, Sidney Lltt, Lt.-Col.. CWing Commander). BORN VERKiERK-To Mr. apd Mrs. L. Verkerk, of Femie, B.^C, on September S. a son. 231-1 HATCH-To Mr. and "IMrs. T. H. Hatch, at the Gait hospital on Thursday. September 5th, a daughter. 231-1 HARRON~To Mr. and Mrs. A. Har-ron, 623 14th Street South, on September 11th, at Mrs. Van Haarlem's hospital, a son, Hope Grant. i!31-l Only 'Ehing of Its kind There is just one preparation made for the exclusive purpose of cleaning toilet bowls- Qeana WaUp-Cbaet Bowb The sale grows rapidly because people see the need of something for this purpose. Ordinary methods mean hard, unpleasant work; and then they fail to clean thoroughly. Sani-Flush. makes the bowl white as new and clears the^ trap. This insures a clean, odorless, sanitary bowl. 25c SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER I. O. D. E. TAG DAY The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I. 0. D. �., Will Hold Their Usual AUTUMN TAG DAY 21st THE PROCEEDS ARE TO BE USED FOR PATRIOTIC PURPOSES CARD OF THANKS . The superintendent and teachers of the primary department of the Wes-i ley Sunday School v.-ish to thank all those 'Who so kindly assisted them in entertaining the children, especially those who brought cars. 231-1 ANNOUNCEMENT A dance will be held in the Coal-hurst Theatre on September 11th. Four piece orchestra in attendance. ] good floor. Admi.ssion |1.00. free. Everybody welcome. Xi.HigiHbttktH�Co " "B ' Limit�4 " Wholesat* and ReUil Chamlsta Phones 1515 and ^2 Committed for Trial Dutch Seldal. who gained fame during the stampede here, as one of the performers, was remanded tor trial today to higher court, by~' Magistrate Irwin, In provincial police court, ori the charge of theff of the auto owned by W. D. King. Seldal claims the auto was � turned over to him l)y another man and says he can prove he was not driving the car when he left town. He was caught in Montana and brought back. GO INTO FINANCIAL TWO YEARS FOR THEFT OF HORSE Man in Khaki Sent to Jail-fers to Go to th� Front -Of- Roger Cllne, of Champion, a volunteer in khaki, drew a two-year sentence in the provincial gaol, froni Judge MaciVei), in district court this morning for Uie theft of a horse some time last year, from a Vulcan man. Cline had been committed for trial from Vulcan, and elected tor a speedy trial this moi-ning. He pleaded guilty. ,ludgo MacNeil said tli� justice department would take into con- sideration his plea that ho be sent to the front. Cline said he had served ii previous sentence of 30 days on a forgery charge. STREET CAR COLLISION. 'If Seattle, Sept. 12.-Forty SeatUo men, women and children, on their way to work this morning, on cars o-the Rainier Valley linos, wore nioro or less seriously injured when twa crowded cars came Into-a re?r-end co:-lision in the city..-The fog and failure of the brakes on the roar c^r to work properly, according to the assertion of the rootorman, were respou^^ s'ible for the accident. ARE COMING IN Harvesters are coming into the district in more encouraging numbers now. Provincial Labor Agent Weir sent out eight yesterday who hailed from Washington state,' and there are more drifting in every day. Mr. Weir says that harvesters from the east rarely get beyond Moose Jaw, as every effort is being made to hold them in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, Ladies and there is little use in looking for 230-2 labor from that direction. Ottawa, Sept. IS.-When the inquiry into the co� of newsprint was resumed here this morning by Commission er Pringle, application was made by Mr. George Montgomery, K.C., coun sel for the publishers, to have it enlarged. He asked the commissioner to go Into the position ot^ the publish ers and to ascertain to^what extent the increased cost of newsprint has been passed on by the newspapers to the public. Commissioner Pringle promised to take the proposal Into consideration. He remarked that as his position now is that of controller as well as commissioner and, j�s controller, jie has to fix a price that will be fair to the newsprint manufacturers and the newspapers, it might be necessary to secure information as to the financial position of the newspapers as compared with 1914. / Commissioner Pringle at the com-mencemenL of the proceedingjfs expressed regi-et because .tjje Canadian Press association was not' represented by ''counsel. Great War Veterans Association Big Dance W THE CLUB KOOMS FRL, Sept. 13th AT 9.00 P.M. NEED'S ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE BEST FLOOR IN THE CITY Admission 50c > PHONE 1559 >or Your Next Sign Orti:? and Try the Western Sign Co. 414 Fourth Ave. S. SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S CHOICEST MEATS ARE HERE BETTER PHbNE 378 TODAY AND JUST SEE,HOW GOOD IT 18. John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 5-879 We Are All Correspondents Now! We write our'friends at the front and olsewhero, and get through pads Quickly. You should" sec our stock of these convenient blocks of paper the first time you find yourself out. We have a number of special lines woll rrorth attention. Paper does not go wrong, readily. Provide against the rapid advance in paper coats. . . i -BUY NOW- The Twentieth Century BookStori^ 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613' FOR READING AND. WRITING MATERIAL .. "Reading njaketh a full man; ^ ' Writing, an exact mcib." Office Equipment and Stationery stenographer's Note Books......................... $9.88 per..100 Typewriter Carbon........................ $2.00 to $3.50 per box Typewriter Ribbons.......................... 75c and $1.00 each Second Sheets ...................%).25 and $1.60 per 1,000- EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVERALL & FRANKS SInnot Block ^ Cor, 4th Ave, and 6th St. 0 87509625 9543 ;