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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOHDHEIMER PIANOS SDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everythino Musical" S15 6th Street South Phone 15-15 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD! GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 1Hh Street S. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable Prices. EXPERIMENTAL FARM LAMB, CHICKENS - DUCKS - GEESE - TURKEYS DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone Canada Food Board License Number 9-255-; 452 Quality Goods at Lowest Possible Prices For the coming week we expect to receive in large quantities, Peaches, Italian Prunes, Hyslop Crab Apples and also Green and Ripe Tomatoes. LOWEST MARKET PRICE. THE GOOD CO, LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 Phone 525 REPRINT BOOKS We have now In stock a magn:f.'rfor:nin�; !� i;a; action- Mn-' .>.' :>> �' i .1:vi-ioiis had !" n ,i>S\.itt. ;x i-v.-r | '!'.!' srotinu on  ffn:v. ;., M.i- I: IV:: ;..��: f'� ��:�. the-, 'lad  -';- �*r.ith ",�r.i:i;'.- %ory ti'.ii-.'t. : I�- :> IH" ........... 7'�' i Kb\ id.? .......... ::s-: Price; Oats I No : i" \V. -*V; N � � ' i' \V si', j K\iru N'n 1 1-V-d ... .....  I I N i !�"'" 'i.. >� � .\.. .  ! ;; ; It.;' h". - i No .'� C W v.. i C W I"-' "iff �..nisne.l j r> o:t::#th p.-vn* .............. ,........- �l.-r-n-'-. :.. 1 in am.try d.'Mv-t,h front VVI.I Mar�!tal  oll - .,!;(| ,,,, ,.,p: :i;-..i Hal* Matos that in lU !  r ':'x';-i 1 1 s',:' - ":' PRIVATE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD Apply Between 9 and 12 a.m.. or 7 to 8 p rr. DlnltiK ro,.]n s-ij'.. ifunii"! o.-iKI ron�l�?!ri'' . 1 i:- *..t:* o.ik chair. !r rnc 9xii i'moniton.- pr��r.�t: 1 wall li��pnnit� and Dixie mnftr^��; ! fun::tiir.- ;^ prai' tically tiv�. Apply at Room 10, Hull Block I I.inr n\pi.nt' m.'iition.-.l. :"i� l>i-l:i ' T'l-urth. wif.i-h brok.. tit--Mi ii on ib" nnr;ii^ lio' m M..;.>! 2\ .stul -t; f.o  :'p-:-,...nv  on S.-pt . .: r:�-.I n' 'ii.- hr^ r:rt �.i:i \i I'ii- Und i i i -1*.,.:; .if. r t I1.'n'.!!:>'i y in A ic '" ..:' i r ;r.-il M. rl.'i-i!.'.- Aiti: -" . � i \ . il.'Vi'.l.. on A'l_- '.T Store Fixtures for Sale 1 Small Safe. 1 Cash Register. 1 Show Casse. 8 foot. 5 Show Cases, -i foot. i Oak Counter, 12 foot. 1 Oak Counter, display front, J foot. I Oak Counter with drawers, 5 foot. i Counter Counter, oak top, ficplay sides, 8 foot. V/all Fixtures, etc THESE MAY BE EXAMINED BY APPLYING AT OUR STORE CITY AND DISTRICT G. V/. V. A. Tin' oxiviitivo committro will moot in (he sveiviary's offleo at S p.m. on Monday, tn-pt. libit. CONFERENCE OF REGISTRARS Voron'o >T-' '' A ;:��!: . .� Vw-iir.-* (,; Muf-.r'- :-.t. ' -i:' .' 'n .. >� of TIMOTHY, TIMOTHY AND CLOVE Fl, ALFALFA, PRAIRIE HAY, ETC. if' :iit;iin-' ;i '���'. I :' > t'.'. �' i !:>. Cl.- f>r.~." 'Itiotl o! ! Mr' V,-n-,~. 'i of ?\ : .,.r Hotel, i >r h.imill Itlau iLiuof on hi i ' prctni-.!'- I:' 'hoy u'li t'i- ia- Irwin to ; 'lay. at;.i r.-!i...r.i|. 1 \l.>> .1 TTO.'t n:i;'.li'Ciiif vnli.:y i;i (be war iiKiiin-t buo'!e!;gijiR will have been won. In briff. the police have unib rtaken liie prrn. cntioii in ;].!(' of tin- fuel thftt ;!:>- have none of iiie actual . whlnki-y :o inoduce ii, conn. The man I'oiiitlf the lli|illil !-\- tn lii'-' ,1 .-.tll.-ll of i' Tin v lu-ijeve. ' liOV'-ve:, Mai they have mil sufficient eviibin.- o convict, will, :: v. ill be :\ i w'.n for thi-iii. ; , Nh innviiiion has >�� i be.-n obtain . |�l nmi'i tie- lti-u A!iieit;> !a-.� ,:i any' -".illar i;t-'. A'teinpt- ba\e been! , ininl.- in i oiivb t In northern ca-.ei.| in.-n i. ii:: tip- of a man'i breath, . lait the i-;i.m-> fell throiuth. tMOVEMENT OF GRAIN THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 655 and 12!2 Sherlock Building Butter Color Hansen's and Eiler-son's Imported Danish Butter Color. 35c Hansen's imported Cheese Color. 50c 1 D. Higiabtlhaii t Co � Limited -- Af�er�a*s Pljfi��f DrsiffllaW* Whslfaate erd NaUll Chemists. Phones 1515 and 322 Nephew Wounded Mr. ami Mrs. .ln.iepb Mitchell received word that tholt- nephew, ileo. Mitchell of Virden, .Man., �iu wmtu-ded in lii> left nr:n on Sept. 2ntl. Anniversary Services The I'tiiteil Chnrclt. North I.eili-hriilite. wi'il bold its anniversary services tomorrow. The special speaker for I he day Vill be Kev. Thos. l'ow-ell. siijit. of mis-ions. t'alKary. Trunks Bags Valises A fresh shipment just to hand. See our Window Display. Consumers' Hardware and Supply Company Fined for Being Drunk Two drunks in police court, an almost unprecedented thins these days, were fined each $lo and costs t!iisi tttornltte. W. .McGuittuess and \V. I.a-motit h'ot too five with, booties whiskey. Funeral of Infant The funeral of Utile Madeline Honf-ford took place this afternoon at J o'clock, proceeilini; from MacKay and MacKay's jiarlor- to St. Patrick's church. Interm.'iit was made in tho Kom.-.n (.'athoiic cemetry. Directors C. P. R. A jiavty of C. I'. |i. directors, who have been travelling in the west with Lord Sh.uiKlinessy. passed tliroiiKh tlie city by s|ireial train early tits tuoriiiitsr. They will pjoln l/>r.l Sii.iilithiii'.-sy some where in the mountains. They were acconijiatiied west by Sttpt. MacKinto.-ii. Sad Drowning Accident 1 rnformntlon reached the city la�l eveninp thul the Rnsoline luiincb in which .1. I-:, l.overnck and Crndock Crlfflth. son c.f Dr. ,1. KUis (iriffitb. i left Ocean Falls a few days smu to rejoin their survey party, has hi en found in y wrecked condition. However. Mr. K. II. llerinou. with whom Mr. I.overock was in partnership in the euiinecriiiK business as llermon land Loverock. Is confident Hint the ;two men swam ashore after the accident and they are now maklns their I way to civilization. He st.itwl last InlKbt thai both men are sironj; swimmers anil if t''.ey siirceeded in reacb-Iti.i; shore I hoy will have a lone; wall;. I.Mr. Ixni-roik was a married man with | six children. Mr. Lcvermk is a Urn-; thereof Mrs. i Dr. i ;;tio. H>- w .-. -- wounded la.-1 year in the forehead on the Dnth of July. TWO BOYS DROWNED Vancouver, Sept. 14, Harold Sch-i lei tiniter. M7 HcHley avenue, and u son of I.oiiIh .Mmmi. 744 CeoiRla street, aKi'il H years. \v*ere drowned lust nlnbt while bathini? at the Ilealey avenue wharf. The bodies were recovered. PHONE 1559 For Your Next Sign Order and Try the Western Sign Co. 414 Fourth Ave. 8. OUR Phone Servi c e Sntlsfie.i some of the most particular Jieilple ill till! cltjr. R. Coultry Phone 492 iV The Albert! Meat Market Caimd.t Food Bonn] Llceoi* Kumbor 8-23693. Se^SMSaSMSMBSH Death of Pte. Wright nil has In .-ii received in the div- ot the death of 1'ie. .lack Wriltht. who i w..; killed in ,o lion on AhKiKf .".'til. ' l'te. \Vrl�iit enlisted In th" city with ( the :'.'ith�Il.nterv. He was a brother, of Mrs. A. .1. irvitiR iind Miss I, , U'rlKht. both of whom lived In tln-l city for -nine time, ilia parents re-1 si.l" in I'olilnKwood. | CARD OF THANKS j Mr. and Mrs. i;. k. Watt aiid faintly! wi-'i; to thank the many friends and neiKiibor � for thdr kind acts and word- of sympathy in their recent; sad bpreaveiuent. -33-1 That Room Will look far better with a nice wall paper on it. Hrlng the ntzes of your rooms and i you will be inrprisctl how little it will cost. Robertson's Book Store LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK PHONE 1265 IN UNITED STATES W. nnfoii, Sep' 1  - Nearly per i,-j,;. morn siai" has been loaded .-o far this year thai, in the simr-perUe' l.i-i year. A i.-.iiroad admin istrsi ii.;i r.-iiort v i- i.e. lay -bowed 7th. J^s imim cdi-i had i inula.-.-.1 .villi .'U'i.-a ;. ear atfo. On Sept. ".'i. ','��;, oi'io bushel-, of primary mar-tt'ict. as com- K. OF C. OFFICERS i-nf up to been loaded | i ii i.-'i tha' il 7:h liter" v.ere "'i.'J (-rain in eb-vators Lets in ihe western SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER I. O. D. E. TAG DAY The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, 1. 0. D. E., Will Hold Their Usual AUTUMN TAG DAY SAT., SEPT. 28th THE PROCEKOS ARE TO BE USED FOR PATRIOTIC PURPOSES pared v.itii S.niiv'iiO u yea;' atro. ilriiin rec-ipti at -ni priiiiary ti.urkels up to Sent T'ti were :,:.\"',-'�>" bu-hels or !".!.*7ii.iiiiii more ihan in the sHtne jii-riod last yeir. Smiles, and What They Mean There's a new song out. tli# refrain of which describes thu number of different similes there are unil what they mean. .Macon ic llisch Limited, ISalmoral Block. jI'ii Street S.. l.etli-bridKe, have this selection, "Smiles,'' in their Vicirolu Department and It's arraiiKed for Fox-troiiing. It's tnakiiiK a big bit -come in and hear lt.--Adv'. The follow mi; officers were elected .:! the antt'irt! n.eetliiK of tin- KniRhts ot t'ollimbli; 'his week' (i.-and Kniiti.l. i'reil Kenny; Di-pt. 1".. - Premier, suffering front influ-1 i cancelled. His phy- j i^it to tho premier at j that his temperature was still high and it was very doubtful if he would be able lo leave for l/mdon on Momlav. ANNOUNCEMENT 'l� ititr >" the fact that many boys and i;ni - are'not lu any of the I Utile-schools of the city and it is also a fact that l.etlibridjfe has ,i jtood si liool iii ri-ach of every home jn one of ihe following schools: Methodist. Presbyterian, 'hri.stiu.ti,, or the I niteil I'linrch of North War.l%aii(l the Salvation Army in the heart of town, there is no excuse for not beiiiK lined up with tin- teaehiiiK of the Word of Cod. I have dcideil to make a canvass of tile city. i;oiiik from bouse to liou-e. uritnu that, every child attend some school. When 1 Hint those whose prefeieme is till' Methodist, I shall urire that they attend their own  iiuriii, or the same with the Anglican or any other church, but when 1 find tho.-e not attendim; any church, th'-y will In- Invited to attend the Christian chur> h. but by nil liiemis. �>..!'.-ha-, e your precious child In some Itibie school. Von will be he'd res|)oiisib!i in the, alltht of Cod. I am Koilii; til solicit the help titld co-opc|'tl-'.ion of the oilier ministers of the city, f.-elin^- that 1 will have their "nearly siipiiorl but with the deep conviction that more children should be in Koine lliblo school I am noing if I have to go alone With the I'nlon meeting, which is hPitiK planned for November this would be n splendid prftparatIon to nave tlie children at work in some of tlie liible schools of the churches., Oliver I,. Curtis, ('tirlKtluu tnlii-lst"r. YOU WILL LIKE QUAKER BREAD V/E USE A MIXTURE OF SUBSTITUTES IN QUAKER BREAD. BARLEY FLOUR GIVES FLAVOR, CORN FLOUR HELPS THE COLOR. OAT"FLOUR AND OATMEAL KEEP* THE LOAF MOIST, QUAKER BREAD IS MIGHTY GOOD BREAD ANO YCRJ ARE HELPING TO SAVE WHEAT WHEN YOU SERVE QUAKER BREAD ON YOUR TABLE. John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 5-879 On NOVEMBER 10th, 1916 At the Guildhall, London, England Prime Minister Asquith Said This about Greece "In regard to Greece, ] opeak with hope; 1 wish I could speak �-.vith confidence. As all the world knows, wo nnil our Kroner* Allies did not ko to Salonika as invaders and trespassers. Wo wont there with the itMsctit, of tint Crock lloverument as the friends of both Serbia and Oroece. We have not, wo have never hml any quarrel; on tho contrary, we have a sincere and traditional friendship with (ireece. As one of the Kiiiiranleelnj; powers of hor Independence and freedom, we desire at one and the sumo tlmo lo prevent hor from luiiiK enmeshed In the (Jcrtnanie net, and to save her from the oni'iiuiltli'K of int'-mltte strife. Whatever inensurcM of an ap-jmrently drustir character the allien have taken have been dictated sob-ly by th\p necessity of preventing Athens FROM BECOMING, OR RATHER FROM CONTINUING TO BE, THE FOCUB ANO CENTRE OF GERMAN PROPAGANDA AND INTRIGUE." IN THE AUTUMN* OF THE SAME YEAR- DEMETRA VAKA LEFT AMERICA FOR GREECE Her native country to save Greece for the allies. Anqulth knew ujid the ninuzlns revelation- IN THE HEART OF GERMAN INTRIGUE 99 proved ho woh rlfiht when ho said what he did. FOR SALE BY The TWENTIETH CENTURYB00KST0RE 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 61S Office Equipment and Stationery Stenographer's Note Booka .. .....................SMS psr 100 Typewriter Carbon ........................ $2,00 to 13.50 per box Typewriter Ribbons .......................... 76c and $1.00 each Second Sheets......................... $1.25 and $1.50 per 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE. EVERALL & FRANKS Slnnot Block Cor. 4th Ave. and *5th tt. 4503 ;