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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnOHEIMER PIANOS BOtSON PHONOGRAPHS ' ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everythlna Musical" S18 6th Street South Phone 1M5 LETHBRIDGE BAILY HERAll>l GEORGE MORGAN HOU^E DECORATOR 9S4 11th Street 6. iPhene 1483 Prompt arid Reliable Work Done et Reaton-Able Prices. EXI>ERIMENTAL FARM CHICKENS - DUCKS - GEESE � TURKEYS A"' DELANY^iS Meat Co. Opposite Dalits Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-^2664 repKint books We have now In itock a magnificent line of books by such well  known writers as Rex Beach, Harold Bell Wright, Mary Roberts Rine-hart, 8. m. BbvlfOr, Zane Grej'; Robert W. Chambers, Gene Stratton Porter, Jack- London and many others. Selling at 85c each THE KENNY & AJLLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 14�7 Quality Good^ at tlowest Possible Prices For the coming week we expect to receive in large quantities, Peaches, Italian � Prunes, Hyslop Crab Apples andalsoGjfeen and Ripe Tomatoes. lowest ftiAifeT price; THE GOOD Ca LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers Canada food board license number 8-599 Phone 525 MARKETS t I Winnipeg, Sept. 14--Business on the cash markets continues very quiet. Oats closed Mc lower for October and lie lower for December. .Flax clpsert %c lower for October. 3c lower for Xovember aud l^c lower for December. Winnipeg Markets T r London, Sept. 14.-(Canadian Press liespatch from Renter's).-A supple-.inentary despatch from Field Marshal .Haig statos thafc-in the series of suc-jcesstul battles on the Somme front, beginning Aug. S, English,' Scottish PRIVATE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD Apply Between 9 and 12 a.m., or 7 to 8 p.m. Dining rbom suite, (fumed oak) consisting of round extension table, buffet and i leather seated chairs; 1 golden oak chair, leather seated; golden oak dressing table; axminstor rug. 9x12, j Cinqnitohe greens);' 1 wall 'bed 'witir (coil sptings' and Dixie; mBttre8ii;;l card-tablej 1 small kitchen table; rarpet sweeper; Drop head sewing ma-/ chine; 1 Dorothy mission piano^' The, iboTC furniture }b .practically new. - Apply at Room 10, HuO Block and Welsh divisions took an important part in the fighting, performing j Oi many gallant actioris. .Most of these | ^" divisions had been" advancing over the same ground on which they had met and ultimately checked the enemy's-great offensive in March. During the past few weeks, they had shown without exception that the tremendous strain sustained earlier in the year with so much courage and resolution has in no way .diminished their splendid -fighting spirit. "For example, the Guards division, which in March and April at Boyelles. Soiry and Becquerelle had maintained the northern pivot of our defense, had attacked on Aug- 21 and had captured .Moyenneiillle and Hamellncourt ^and taken St. Leger on the 24th. The gallant exploits of about 20 other divisions are mentioned, including the Fourth, which broke the enemy's at-; tack on the north bank of the Scarpe j on March 2S. and in the face of strong resistance on Sept. 2, carried the defenses of the Drocourt-Queant lineJ The 32nd division, after heavy fighting at Damniefy on Aug. 10 and 11, captured .Herleville Aug. 23 and Verman-doville.rs on Aug. 27. Oats- Oct. ... Dec. ... Flax- Oct. ... ov. ... Dec. ... Open Close S2% S2% 79% ... ...... 3S2^i ......... ;j72',b .'!70 ......... 3�4 �362>4 Cash Prices Oats- Xo. 2 C. W. SoVi No. 3 C. W. Sli^ Extra No. 1 Feed.............. SI No. 1 Feed.. SO'/i No. 2 Feed.. 7G Barley- No. 3 C. W. 105 No.. 4 C. AV. 102 C. P........................... 25 Flax-No. 1 N. W. C..................39G New York Stocks New i'ork. Sept. 14.-Closing sales: C. P. n. laShi; United States Steel. 109%; U. S. Steel preferred. 110%. , NOimiN E conference of registrars Toronto, Sept 14.-A general conference of military registrars from all over Canada will be held in the city next week. Hay & Feed F. 0. HYDE & CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St. A. phone 1244 lethbridge canada food board license number 3-802 M ARLOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 sixth Avenue s. canada food board license number 9-6330 But Police Hope to Get Conviction-A New Problem Presented Fixtures for Sale 1 Small Safe, 1 Cash Register, 1 Show Case, 8 foot. 5 Show Cases. 4 foot. 1 Oak C.ounter, 12 foot. . 1 Oak Counter, display front, 5 foot, / 1 Oak Counter with drawers, 6 foot. 1 Counter Counter, oak top, liisplay sides, 8 foot. Wall Fixtures, etc. THESE MAY BE EXAMINED BY APPLYING AT OUR STORE CITY AND DISTRICT G. W. v. a. The executive committee will meet in the secretary's office at S p.m. on Monday. Sept. 16th. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO.. LTD. Sueeeesore to Jackson & Co. Telephone* 6S|S and 12S2 Sherlock Buirillng Nephew Wounded Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mitchell received word that their nephew, Geo. Mitchell of Virdcn, Man., was woun* ded in his left arm on Sept. 2nd. Anniversary Services The United Church, North Leth-bridge, will hold its anntveraary services tomorrow. The special speaker for the day ^vill be Rev. Thos. Powell, supt. of missions, Calgary. Fined for Being Drunk Two drunks in police court, an almost unprecedented thing- these days, were fined each $10 and costs this morning. W, McGuinness and W. Lament got too free with hootleg whiskey. Valises i Airesh shipment just to hand. See our Window Display. Consumers' Hardware and Supply Company Sad Drowning Accident Informetion reached the city last Funeral of Infant The funeral of little Madeline Douf-ford took place this afternoon at 2 o'clock, proceeding from MacKay and MacKay's parlors to St. Patrick's church. Interment was made In the Roman Catholic cometry. DON'T WAIT UNTIL 30 Below Zero TO HAVE YOUR FURS OVERHAULED . Here them done before the rush. ' D, THE TAILOR 410 Fifth Street, tethbrldge TELEPHONE 1666 * BARBERS We s t b r o ok Bros, Opposite Bank of Montreal HAY for SALE We are quoting very attractive prices delivered at your station for carload lots of TIMOTHY, TIMOTHY AND CLOVER, ALFALFA, PRAIRIE HAY, ETC. Get our prices for prompt or future delivery. Kenneth R. Simpson Co. Letbbridge, Alta., or ___Calgary, Alta. 2170 SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER L O. D. E. DAY The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, i. 0. d. e., WiU Hold Thdr Usual AUTOMN TAG DAY SAT., SEP:r. 28th THC PROCEKDS ARE TO BE USED FOR PATRIOTIC PURPOSES The city police are up against a n^w problem in the prosecution of Mrs. Ferguson of the Windsor Hotel.; for having and selling liquor oh her ! premises. It they win the ease, which came up before Magistrate Irwin today, and was remanded mitil Monday, a most Important victory in the war against bootlegging will have been won. In brief, tlie police have undertaken the prosecution in spite of the fact that they have none of the aptual whiskey to produce in court. The man who bought the liquid is there to prove that he bought it and drank it. There i are witnesses to his drinking the liquid. The trouble is that when the police came on the scene, Mrs. Ferguson grabbed the liquid and poured it out, so that the police were able only to get. a smeU of it. They helleve. however, that they have got sufficient evidence to convict, which will be a win for them. No conviction has yet been. obtained under the new Alberta law in any similar case. Attempts have been made to convict in northern cases, merely on the smell of a man's breath, but the cases aiways tell through. Butter Color Hansen's Eiler- son's Imported. Danish Butter Color. Directors C. P. R. A party of C. P. R. directors, who have been travelling in the west with Lord Shaughnessy, passed through the city by special train early this morning. They will rejoin Lord Shaughnessy some where in the mountains. They were accompanied west by Supt. MacKintosh. 35t Harisen's. ^. Cheese Cxmr' 50c j^ported an it Co MOVEMENT OF GRAIN IN UNITED STATES Washington, Sept. 14.-.N'early 50 per cent, more grain has been loaded so far this year than in the same perioi; last year. A railroad administration report yesterday showed that up to Sept, 7th. 298,000 cars had been loaded as compared with 206,-000 on that date a year ago. On Sept. 7th there were ,59,286,000 bushels of grain in^elevalors at.' primary markets in the western district, as compared with 8,028,000 a year ago. Grain receipts at western primary markets up to Sept. 7th were o6G,877,-000 bushels or 1.51,470.000 more than in the same period last year. . Smiles, and What They Mean There's a new sonjs^out, the refrain of which describes t^'e number of different smiles there., are and what they rneaii. Mason & Riseh .Limited, Balmoral Block, 5th Street S... Letbbridge, have tills selection, "Smiles," in their Victrola Department and it's arranged for Fox-trotting. It's making UmHod TkB �Albarta'a Plenjtar Drostlat^ WhalMale and Rkall Chan^lstSk Phones 1515 and 322 Has Been Wounded Twice Mrs. R. P. Brooks received word that, her sister's husband, Pte. Fred Stowe of the 39th Battery, was wounded ,on August 30th. He is suffering from gunshot wounds in the face, right shoulder, right thigh and legs, and is in the general hospital, Boulogne. He was wounded last year in the forehead on the 20th ol July. evening that the gasoline launcli in which 'J. 12. Loverock and Cradock Griffith, son of Dr. J. Ellis Griffith; left, Ocean Falls a few days ago to rejoin their survey party, has been found in a wrecked condition. However, Mr. B. Hermon, with whom Mr., Loverock was in partnership in the engineering business as Hermon and Loverock, is confident that the two men swam,ashore attpr the accident and they are now making iheir way to civilization. He stated last night that both ,men are strong swimmers and it.l'iey succeeded in reaching shore they will have a lohg walk. MK Loverock was a married man with six children. Mr. Loverock is a brother* of Mrs. (Dr.) G. T. Marrs of Lethbridge. Mr. Griffith was a student nt the University of British Columbia. - Vancouver Pi'ovince. No word has ,vet - been received of the missing men and their relatives have feiven up hope? Mrs. G. T. Marrs,left this afternoon for Vancouver. Raymond Visitor , T.- 0. King of RaTmottd �was a, visl. tor to the cit^ today,. TWO BOYS DROWNED Vancouver, Sept. 14.-Harold ^eh-lectinger, 517 Heatey avenue, and a son of Louis Mann, 744 Georgia street, aged 14 years, vfere drowned last night while' bathing at the Healey avenue wharf. The bodies were recovered. i II �--__;_ PHONE 1559 For Your Next Sign Order and Try the Western Sign Co. 414 Fourth Ave. 8. OUR. Phone S e rvi c e Satisfies some of'the most particular people jii the "city. R. Coultry Phone 492 Tha Alberta Meat Markat Canada Food Board LlceoM V^fumber 8-28693. Death of Pte. Wright Word has been received in the city of the death of Pte. Jack Wright, who was killed In action on August 29th. i Pte. Wright enlisted in the city with the 39th�Battery. He was a.brother I of ^Mrs. A. ,1. Irving and Miss . L. Wright, both of whom lived in the city for some time. His parents reside in CoUingwood. K.OFC. CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Watt and family wish to thank the many friends and neighbors for their kind acts and words of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. 233- ANNOUNCEMENT The following oftlcers were elected at the annual meeting of the Knights of Columbus this week: Grand Knight, Fred Kenny; Deputy Grand Kniglit. C. D. Murphy; Chancellor, J. K. Smith'; Financial Secre- tary.. W. P. Reynolds; Treasurer, J. V. CooIIn; RecordeiS' H. .T. Cimning- T , - i -� A, �T I tUey Will UC IIIVILCU Ct-L^SHU t,,,,^ ham: Advocate,-L..D> Huntley; War- Owing to the fact that many boys and girls are' not in any of the Bible schools of the city and that it is also a fact that Lethbridge has a good school in reach of every home in one of the following schools: Methodist^ Presljyterian, Christian, Baptist, or the United Church of North Ward�and the Salvation Army in the heart of town, there Is no excuse for not being lined up with the teaching of the V/ord of God. I have decided to make a canvass of the city, going from ' house to house, urging that every child attend some school. When,I find those whose preference is the Methodist, I shall urge that they attend their own church, or the same with the Anglican or any other church, but when I find those not attending any church, they will be invited to attend- the den, D^ Landry; Inside Guard, G. Harris; Outside Guard, X. Petrunia; Trustees, T. D, Brown, J. W, Ten-nant, A. C. Clioquette. PREMIER HAS INFLUENZA. Manchester, Sept. 13. - Premier Lloyd George is suffering from influenza and all his Lancashire engagements have been cancelled. His physician, after a visit to the premier at 8:30 p.m., said thafhia temperature was still high and it was very doubtful if he would be'-able to leave for a big hit-come in and hear it.-Advt. London on Monday. parents, have yofir precious child in some Bible school. You will be held responsible in the sight of God. 1 am going to solicit the help and co-operation of the other ministers of the city, feeling that I will have their hearty support but with the deep conviction that more children should be in some Bible school I am going it I have to go alone. With the Union meeting, which is being planned for November this would be a splendid preparation to have the children at work In some of the Bible schools of the churches. Yours, Oliver L. Curtis, Christljjin minister. That WilMobk far better with a nice wall paper on it. Bring the sizes of your rooms and , you will be surprised ho-w little, it.will cost . Robertson's Book Store LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK PHpNt 1265 YOU WILL LIKE QUAKER BREAD WE.JJ8E A MUktURE OF SUBS-flfU^ES in QUAiJeR BREAD. BAR. LEY FLOUR GIVES FLAVOR, CORN FLOUIT flELPS THE COLOR/ qyf*yt:o"UR A-NDTOATMEAL KCEp^rfTHE LOAF ,M0I8X,. QWAKER BRi'AD'J'S MIGHTY GOOD BREAD A�0 YO\J'ARE HELPING TJO SAVE W�EAT WHEN YOU SERVE QUAKER BREAD ON YOUR TABLE, ' John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER &-879 On NOVEMBER 10th, 1916 At the Guildhall, London, England Said This about Greece "In regard,to Greece, I speak with hope; I wish I could speak with confideiic*. "As all the world knows, we arid our French Allies did not go to Salonika as invaders and trespassers. We went there with the assent'of the Greek Gover^inent as the friends of both S.erbla and Greece. We have not, we-have never had^ny qtiarrel; on the contrary, we have a sincere and traditional friendship with Greece. As one of the guaranteeing powers of her independence and freedom, we desire at one and the same time to prevent her from being enmeshed la the Germanic net,'-and to save her from the calamities of intestine strife. Whatever measures, of an apparently draatir character the allies have taken have been dictated ' solely by tHte necessity of preventing Athena FROM BECOMING, OR RATHER FROM CONTINUING TO BE, THE FOCUS AND CENTRE OF GERMAN PROPAGANDA AND INTRIGUE." IN THE AUTUMN* OF THE SAME YEAR- DEMETRA VAKA LEFT AMERICA FOR GREECE Her native country to kave Greece tor the allies. A�4ulth kii*w gjid the amazing revelation- "IN THE HEART or GERMAN INTRIGUE" proved he .vpis right when he said what he did,  FOR SALE BY TheTWENTIETHCENTlIRYBOOKSTORE 614 FOURTH '^^^^j^ggi^g^^g^g^g^^gg^g^g^^^j^l^l^L^ Offici E()UipnieDt^ aind Stationery Typewrltar Ribbons.................. ..... 7Bc and.$1.00 each Second Sheet* ...................r.,. $1.26 and �1.50 per 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE. EVERA4-L& FRANKS Sinnot Block Cor, 4th Ave, and Vh St. 9543 ;