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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnOHEIMER PIANOS RDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIB'OIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" S15 6tli Street South "hone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street S. Phone. 1483 Prornpt and Reliable Work Dope at Reaeon-able Price*. EXPERIMENTAL FARM LAMB, CHICKENS - DUCKS - GEESE - TURKEYS DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-2654 REPRINT BOOKS Wc have now in stocllanes dropped more than 400 kilo-igrams of explosives in the region of iDemirkapu, Grandsko and Seres." RIPE TOMATOES,'4 basket crate, per crate 1.35 per basket......................'...........35 TOMATOES, per tin. a/js .........>;.......21 LIBBY'S TOMATO SOUP, per tin ............18 PEACHES, per case ...................... 2.00 ITALIAN PRUNES, par case .>............. 1.85 GREEN TOMATOES, fier 40 lb. case...... 1.65 SWEET POTATOES. p�r lb.................121/2 FRESH MUSHROOMS, per lb, . .............75 B. C. CELERY, well bleached, crisp and tender, per lb......................................08 SQUASH, per lb......................... PUMPKIN, per lb. .. .'.................... CITRON, per lb......................... VEGETABLE MARROW, per lb......... CREAMERY BUTTER, per lb.................50 CHEESE, per lb. . :.............,............28 THE FOOD BOARD ADVISES TO BE CONSERV SAME WE EXPECT THERE .05 .06 .06 .05 OUR BULK TEA is a winner, per lb......... .55 In 10 lb. lots or, over -----...................52 OUR EYE OPENER COFFEE Is perfection, per lb.....................................43 In 10 lb. lots or over, per lb................41 Fresh Ground While You Wait. SPECIAL ON GINGER SNAPS, per lb.......19 CHRISTIES' A.'IROW ROOT BISCUITS, per I b 3*^ DUTCh'tEA RUsk'sVperpkt." '.V.V....'. .17 CHILI CON CABNE, per tin ................18 CLARK'S PORK AND BEANS, per tin ----. .09 CABBAGE, per lb...........................03 POTATOES, per cwt..............^........ 2.65 APPLES, by the case unwrapped ......... 2.70 STRAWBERRY JAM, 2s. per tin .............45 PURE CASTILE SOAP, p�r cake.............07 DOUBLE CAKE, each .......................08 ADHERE TO ING ON SUGAR, AND IF WE ALL WILL BE SUFFICIENT FOR ALL. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canaoa food board license number 8-599 Phone 525 AT THE EMPRESS / Aj^NOUNCEMENT A dance Viii be held in Burgniann'.s *al], 13th street north, every Satur-i^^ay night. Two-piece orchestra in at-jA^ndance. R. Burgmann in charge. icVntg* 75 cents; ladies free with ex-iception.ot the war tax. 232-1 PRIVATE* SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE 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 dressing table; axminster rug. 9x12 (monitone greens); 1 wall bed �with coil springs and -Dixie mattress; 1 card table; 1 small kitchen table; carpet sweeper; Drop head sewing ma-- chine; 1 Dorothy mission piano. The above furniture is practically new. Apply at Room 10, HuU Block Hay & Feed F. 0. HYDE & CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th SL A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 3-802 Winnipeg Markets Oats- Open Close Oct............. S2H 82% Dec............. 79 �A 7!)% Flax- Oct............. 3SS 0S4 Xov............. 36') :'T:; Deo............. o62J,i 0641^ Cash Prices 0,it3- � Xo. 2 C. W.................... Extra Xo. 1 Feed .............' 81% Xo. 1 Feed.. SOI4 X'o. 2 Feed.. 76Vi -Barley- N'o. 3 C. W. 105 Xo. 4 f. W". 102 Flax- Xo. 1 X. w. c.................^rn Calgary Livestock. Calgary, Sept. 13.-There were small offerings of cattle at the stock-ynris today, as compared with "'the run last week and prices remained about stationary. Choice steers brought $13.25 and ran from that down to ill. Choice cows were quoted at $8.50. Owing to meagre offerings there was a 2ijc advance in price for select hog.s. ?iy.73 being offered. Carniol Myers, the beautitulstar of "The CUy of Tears." an unusual Bluebird photodram.i. finds herself a dero-Hct in New York whqn the opera coni-pany in which she sang, closes down. Hungry and friendless she seeks "n-ion Square as a resting place. How she saves herself from the crimson alternative at the turnint; of the ways and how she helps others along the highroad of a humdrum life is vividly ftepicted in "The C:ty of Tears." Carmel Alters, winning grealer laurels ill each Bluebird picture, may seen tonight at the Empress theatre. " ~~ \ AT STARLAND ^ M ARLOWS EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue s. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-6330 BARBERS Westbrook Bros, , Opposite Bank of Montreal . DON'T WAIT UNTIL 30 Below Zero .TO HAVE YOUR FURS OVER-HAULED Have them done before the rusfi. D, THE TAlLOR 410 Fifth Street, LethbrldB* TELEPHONE 1666 HAY for SALE We are auoting very attractive prices del vered at your station for carloaH lots of TIMOTHY, TIMOTHY AND CLOVER, ALFALFA, PRAIRIE HAY, ETC. Get our prices far prompt or future delivery. Kenneth R. Simpson Co. Lethbridge, Alta., or _____Ca[gary, Alta. 2170 The cast of players appeariug in �Diamonds aud Pearls"' indude.i the following: Kitty Gordon. Milton -Silts. Curtis | Cooksey, George MacQuarrie, Henrietta Simpson. Kitty Johnson, Edward Burns. C. W. Dungun, Frances Miller. As if always ihe case with Kitty Gordon's productions, this famous English beauty wears the very latest and veiy smartest of creations ia this picture. Probably no star of the first magnitude like -Miss Gordon has bi-en' devoting more time since the out-; break of the war with Germany to � entertainments for � the - Ameiican soldiera. Miss Gordon is one of the most popular stars to appear at the Cantonments and she is always given a royal welcome. "Diamonds and Pearls" will be the week-end attraction at Starland. AT THE,MAJESTIC 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, 6 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 More Tomatoes Terrill and Kerr picked 1200 lbs. of ripe tomatoes yesterday, after having picked the patch over on Tuesday. Baseball Match There will be a baseball match Saturday at 6 p.m. between Jlacleod and Lethbridge Intermediates. THE RED^CROSS DRUG &BO(atCO..LTD. Successort to Jackson & Co. Telephones 655 and 1232 Sherlock Building Casualties The night lists contaiu the following names: Died of wounds: Sergt. H. M. Johnson. Cowley, Alta.; K. R. McLaughlin, Provost, Alta. I Death Little Girl Today. September 13, the death took ! place in the city of Madeline Doufford, I aged four months, tlie daughter of ISlr. I and ;\lrs. W. Doufford. The body was 1 removed to the Undertaking Parlors of .MacKay and MacKay. Funeral arrangements will bo announced later. Dr. Zell- Hunt, the hypnotic, wonder who comes to the JIajeslic theatre for a full week's engagement, starting i next Monday, Sept. �Ifi, has been apH pearing before the public for the past I twelve years. He presents his mys- j terious work upon the stage entirely without the aid of any apparatus, props, or paraphernalia of an^' kind. Xeiiher does he rely upon any travelling company of his own to gain his results in hypnotism, but relies solely upon the good will of his audiences. On Monday night, his opening night here. Dr. Hunt will ask the assistance ot at least fifteen local ladies and gentlemen who will be invited upon the stage with him. His scientific psychology and mental telepathy is wonderful. He does not ask people in the audience Co mention the questions on their minds, nor .even to write them. AIL that is necessary ia to think of the Questions and the answers come quick as a flash from Dr. Hunt. � SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER 1. O. D. E. TAG The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I. 0. D. E., V/iU Hold Their Usual AUTUMN TAG DAY SAT, SEPT. 21st the PROCEEDS ARE TO USED FOR PATRIOTIC PURPOSES Bread Line for Drifting Girls in "The City of Tears" TOiat .would smiles be without tears? ,Toy is heightened by sorrow. Don't get the idea that "The City ot Tears," which will present Carmel Myers in another of her Bluebird .successes at the Empress theatre Friday and Saturday is a weepy, sorrowful or dismal picture. It is far from Jt. It is one of the mofst Joyoiis and enjoyable pictures that this theatre has ever shown. Vou can't afford to miss it.- Advertisement. Only Thing of Its Kind There is just one (jreparation made for the exclusive pBrpose of cleaning toilet bowls- SanirFhtsh CUans WtAet'CUMzt Bowh The sale "grows rapidly because people see the need of .something for this purpose. Or-.dinary 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, sani-tarj- bowl. 25c X R Higiflbtthmi k Co - Umitod - Aliertn's "pfanesr Orusglstc Wh�lr>salo mr.4 Ratatl ChsmlsU. Phones 1516 and 322 Death of Infant Died at Coallhurst on Sept. 13th, Dorothy, aged 10 Nveeks. and infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phillips. The funeral will take place on Saturday afternoon at 2.30 from terly's parlors. Interment in St. Aug-istin's cemetery. Services in charge of Hev. A, E. Snow. Exemption Appeals Allowed as farmers: P. Mish and C. Wetzel, Coutts; P. L. Williams. Cards-ton; F. W. Clever. Champion; J. Bran-die, Commerce. .-Mlowed till Nov. 1: H. E. Peterson, Stirling; N. Michel-son, Stirling; S. H. Dickens. Lethbridge; J. H. Simmon. Raymond. Disallowed: H. M. Holmes. Raymond; J. Lemire. Macleod. Allowed as farmers: G. E. .\1owat .-.n all right, I have no complaint to make. 1 will come out all right in God's good time." GAS HEATERS We are shoyving upwards of a dozen styles and sizes in Gas Heaters, all at last season's prices. If you are interested in this line how 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 Company There died in the city on Sept. 12, .Annie Knox, aged uS years, beloved wife of Alexander Knox, 410 12th St, C. North. , She leaves to mourn her loss six daughters:.Mrs. Wni; Davidson, of Kewatin, Opt.; Mrs. William Pebbles, of Edmonton; Jlrs. Jas, Towns, of California; Jlrs. Thos. .Mossey, Mrs. Jas. McDonald, and Mrs, Jas. Oordou of the city; also one son, Sgt. William Knox of the Eighteenth Canadian Reserve, Sussex, England. Mrs. Knox came to Lethbridge about six years ago from Mabole, Ayresliire, Scotland. She ha.s been hn active member of the Red Cross and ot the United church. The funeral will take place from the residence, 410 12th St. C North, on Sunday afternoon at three o'clock, the Rev. Air. llpdgins, officiating. Funeral arrangements are in charge of T. S. Fetterloy. Great War Veterans Association- Big Dance IN THE CLUB ROOMS FRL, Sept. ISth at 9.00 p.m. need's orchestra in at- tendance best floor in the city Admission 50c V EXPRESS STRIKE OFF Montreal, Sept. 13-f> A. Mc-Donell, general manager of the Canadian Express company, an-nounees that the strike that has been In progress since Wednesday, Is off. The men. he states, will return to work under the old conditions. The strll^ committee Is still in session and vvilf ..make, no announcement for the tinie being. The men struck for the recognition of the Brotherhood of Railway Employees and an increased wage scale. Edmonton's tax rate Is likely to re-m^ln at 31 mills,_^ PHONE 1559 For Your Next Sign Order and Try the Western Sign Co. 414 Fourth Ave. S. SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S CHOICEST MEATS ARE HERE WE kill daily R. Coulfry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Board License Number 8-28693, v That Room Will look far belter with a nice wall paper on it. Bring the sizes of your rooms and you will be surprised how little It will cost. Robertson's Book Store LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK phone 1265 ? *** ? Banff for Ideal Holiday SEPTEMBER FURNISHED COTTAGES AT HALFRATES The Ideal month of the season In the Mountain Reeort � Hotel Rates fS.OO per day and upwards. For tuU parOcularg wlta Secretary, Board of Trade, Banff. ~ /� :. CANADIAN GOLF CLUB TOURNA^AENT SEPTEMBER 14 219-14 ? : > ? : ? ? : ? : : : : > ; ? QUAKER BREAD is a Real Victory Loaf QUAKER BREAD CONTAINS 10%'OF SUBSTITUTES A8 REQUIRED BY THE FOOD CONTROLLER. THESE SUB^BTITUTES ARE BARLEY FLOUR, CORN FLOUR, OAT FLOUR AND OATMEAL. QUAKER BREAD IS TODAY A BETTER EATING AND KEEPING LCAF THAN IT EVER WAS BEFORE THE USE OF SUBS.TITUTES. THE SUBSTITUTES WE USE GIVE THE loaf FLAVOR and'^KEEP IT MOIST. 1'^ 4" John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 5-B7� rrr,^f,^,,^^j,,,,,,,,,,.,..,.,,-------�............................... , We Are All Correspondents Now! We write oar friends at the front and elsewhere, and get through pads quickly. You should see our stock of these convenient blocks ot paper the first time you find yourself out. have a number ol special lines well -r/orth attention. I'aper does not go wrong readily. Provide against the rapid advance in paper costs. -buy now- The Twentieth Century Book Store 514 fourth avenue phone 613 for reading and writing material "Reading makoth a full man; Writing, an exact man."; ^ s Office Equipment and Stationery Stenagraph'er'slNote Book* ....................'... $9.86 per 100 Typewriter Carbon............... $2.00 to $3.50 per bex Typewriter Ribbons ........................... 76c and $1.00 eachi Second Sheets ................�........and $1.50 per 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR TI;^E OFFICE EVER ALL & FRANKS Sinnot Block Cor. ^h Ave. and ftth St, ;