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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS TELEPHONE 1312 i CENTRAL CCMFORTA8LJ LETHBRIDGE''. DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit a Hole) in AlbcrU Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite Everj' Sack Contains The Reason Why---- "It's BETTER Taylor-Made SPECIALS TONIGHT After Six Only ELEERTA PEACHES. Per case TOKAY CRAPES. Per basket ITALIAN PRUNES. SILVER PRUNES. Per GRAVENSTEIN APPLES. 4 Ibs. for........................... 25c HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 Edison Phonographs We always carry a full line of both the popular'cylinrfer phono- graphs-arid also.the new Edison Diamond D_isc_machines. New records corning In alt the tfmt. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phcne DruggUU end Stationtri Next Dlllu H.U1 Make the MOST of the Prices by consign- ing Your Grain to You will realize every cent in it for you, and get Vollr re% turns promptly. WRITE OFCPHONE Office Phone 1313 Residence Phone N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Committion Merchants Our entire organization :s at your service and vrith our eiper- ienee we can safely guarantee to get you the best prices tor your grain at any time and for any gratfe or ktnd of grain. Pnone_M 1922 For Office 1865'Lethbridge j Quota- Res. 1811 Lflthbrldge j lions. See Our Agents who are in your district J. A. GUMMING Manager ANTED A few carloads of good hay for prorupt shipnienL AdTfse quality "and quantity and when delivery can be nmde. SAUNDERS rt'AY GRAIN CO. 1221 Second Ave. S. Phone 732 shampooing, Comb- ings hittde up, Facial MassngCj Electrolysis ETC., ETC., ETC. Phone 1710 DOLL GUESSING CONTEST How Many Dolls O in Our Window 3 Beautiful Baby Dolls as 1st, 2nd and 3rd Prizes RULES OF CONTEST A purchase of any kmd, excepting papers anrt magailnea, entitles the purchaser to one guesa, A tie will be -settled by drawing. 'Contest begins Saturday, September 15th and runs.till Saturday night, September 29lh. Dolls ivlll he counted on Monday October 1st and winners announced in this Tuesday's Herald. PIKE GRAIN CO. LTD; EDMONTON, CALGARY, LETHBRIDGE SEND SAMPLE OF YOUR GRAIN FOR OFFICIAL GRADE AND VALUES. OUR SHIPMENTS HOBBY. LIBERAL ADVANCES. RETURNS. A. E. Reesor Mgr. Reildence 186? This is your chance, children, (o get a fine I5ig Baby Doll, just come down and.count, the dolls iii the window. Red Cross Drug Book Ltd. CITY AND DISTRICT Water Test Tho water lest Sept. 12 sjicws .14 per c.f. bacteria aud no evidence of [wllutlon. 61sl Man Woimded. Gunner H. Barnes of Granurn. Is listed as ivoundcd In today's Hat. Ho joined the Cist battery bere. For Red Cross A. J. Ulackburne'Siouorary treasurer ol tho Red Cross, acknowledges from Mrs. T. C. McDonald, of New Dayton. Lumber Man Here Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kouantz. of St. Paul, arrived ID tho city last night. Mr. Konantz is interested in lumber concerns in this section of the ivesL Festival Committee A meeting o! tho Alberta Festival committee will be lield on Sunday afternbon, Sept. 1C, In Wesley church choir room at 3 o'clock. AH members plsasa be present. On Holiday G. F. Bosengren. C.P.R. storekeeper, is leaving today for a'few u-eefcs' boll- day in United States cities. Duriog his absence S. F. Lowe ivill be in charge. t ins chains more difficult tind the dis- tance to the-floor of the bridge great- er. y Thousands of people continued to flock Into 'from points between" and Montreal in automobiles for'tho raising. r Speaking at Barons President H. W. Wood, of the Al- berta U.F.A., is paying Southern Al- berta a visit toilrty. lie speaks at Barons untie r the auspices ot the WlieaMand Centre local. President Wood will explain the fixing of tue price of the Canadian farmer's wheat. The meeting Is at 8 o'clock Litut. Palmer, Home LieuL John R. Palmer arrived home from England this morning after being about a yeqr on overseas service. LleuL Palmer has been in several weefcs. He is now atlacheil to the 1st CVM.n. Christiana, Befit. big bombs of German manufacture, filled with explosives with fuses at- tached have beeti foniul at Narvefc, north cru. Norway.- They vrere wrap- ped in a Swedish ncwspajier dated August 4 and vrero enclosed in carry- ing uag3rina5e ol'canvas. The bohibs are similar to tliose sent some time ago fiom Germany Christiana.and found in possession of Aaron Ilautcnfcls, a courier, and which U was were to bo used in Finland. May Visit Here A was received by a local business man today asking ir C. A. Ma- firath, -fuel controller, had arrived here. 31r. Magrath has left Ottawa for the west, it Is understood, and It. is expected he will visit Lethbridse. .SOLDIERS'.WILL Vancouver. Sept. has been granted of the will of Major J. H; the.72nd Highlanders, who left an estate of wholly to his father. Arch-deacon, John Hale ST7cei of Victoria. The major met death at April 9, 1917, while Jeading his men. Have Us Install Ywr Furnace NOW So It will be all reiidy to uss irhen needed..We are prepared to put in new cold or fo'falld an Entire lurn- ftce it We have ample facimfes aW' equal You can rjur work every time and you'll upon Inquiry that our chftrgeii always c.v The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR iTAFFORD'BLOCK LETHBRIOGE, Superior Supply Co. Ave. S. 13th MINIItG, BUILDING I RAILWAY SUPPLIES t EQUIPMENT TUDHOfE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FAftift IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIES. FOHD TRACTOR ATTACH. SOOuiES MENTi, AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINbCR ENCirjEC PHONE 172J-TAKE A BLUE LISE tAR ANNOUNCEMENTS We are ottering balihg wire at cost to those whose hay we handle. FT 0. Hyde i Co. 234-1 A dance will he held In the K. of P. hall tonight Everybody welcome. Good orchestra in attendance. Gents 75c; ladles free. 234-1 IN MEMORIAM In loving memoiy of Lance Corporal Harold Tonga, who was fitted-In action, Sept. 15, 1916. Sadly missed by wife and children. 234-1 Bailiffs Bale SEIZURE UNDER DISTRESS FOR RENT 1 will sell at 2 w'clwk in (lie afternoon at Public 'Auction oh MONDAY, the 17th SKPTKMUER, AT ROOMS 38-3N, DOMINION BLOCK LETHBRIDOE, THE FOLLOW- ING FURNITUR6: Cuphoard, 4 roclier, 1 easy chair, 1 dining table; 1 Davenport; 1 ceitre Hole, 2 kitchen oil stove and byfertf 1 screen, oil cloth, 1 arm tains, illrer- ware box. Dated at I-tthlrMit- 12tk day 1SI7; T, J. SlMO'Nt, Sheriff, tailrft. Vivaudau The sensation of.the hour in the perfumery world is auJ" His products have captured Europe and both American Con- tinents. We feature most of'the line and append some of their prices. "Arly" Lilat Perfume. per ouncs. "La Scheme'' Perfume, per ouncs. "Mavis" Perfume per ounce "Jasmin" per ounce. "Rose" Perfume per ounce "Mavis" Talcurr, 315c per pack- age. "La Scheme" Talcum, per package, "Mavis" Sschet Powder. per ounce, "Mavis" Toilet Water, ptr bottle.i AnJ many other Items that are very attractive and dainty 16 which we Invite your Inspection. J. D: Limited Tke retail TELEPHONE MO. tO Thousands People Flock to Quc bcc io See Placing of The Span Threshing In (lie Mllfc River dis- trict will he completed In oae week of .gccd wcnther, according 'to W. W. McDonald, a merchant ol that town who Is In the city today. The yield is average, some line yields belug re- ported wliilo oven stubble croiis aro fair. _ "T tic re never was a fall when so much ploughing was do no as will bo the case this year. have had fiuo rains lately, and since thcu the stub; bio being turned over rap' idly. The high wages, arc militating lo some extent against a large acre- age of fall ploughing, but la spite of this thR acreage-prepared for next year's crop in the .Milk Hirer District wiH ho far above any previous rec- ord." Business in the smaller towns In tho south Is prosperity, will be as i.nuch In evMencc during tho com- ing winter as during the past year. THE BAWK G. F. BUETCHES.M COALHURST BRANCH OF CANADA HEAD OFFICE TORONTO SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES are now installed at this Branch for the ens- tody of valuable papers, etc., affording safety and privacy. Further informatioo supplied by the Manager. 223 UETHBRIDGE BRANCH 258. P. A. CURRIE. Acc Onebec, Que., Sept. ol the Quebec Bridge, prevented, by j the heavy weather from raising (he; central span from Us river position (o' its position joining the cantilever; p.rma; this morning waited impatient-! ly for better conditions. The gale that' blew throughout yesterday continued during the night and made (he pros- pects for slartJng Iho work very poor- The enginers, with the weather forecp.3l3 heforc them, will hold n conference this afternoon lo decide whether it will be safe" to elevate the span tomorrow morning, ?jvory day that slips hy rcrfdftrs tnc chances of getting, the span In place this year more remote. ThR high tides have five days more to run and every day the water riding to leas height, I rendering the work of transferring I the span from the pontoons upon i which It was constructed to Hie hoist- LAM Band MUTTON Fresh Daily DELANYS MEAT CO. PHONE 452 COAL FOK SALE By DOW3LEY LAND AOENOY PHONE 1809 Mason Risch Stock netraln, Vlcter Recoto, VMt IM, Acfcrcfeoni, Oritn Atttnllon. MOVING We Make a Specialty of Moving Furniture Pianos The only covered vans In the city. Furniture stored. PHONES: Coal A Storage 10D7 House 1080 The McLean Transfer Don't Worry. You're Next! tyESTBROOK BROS, On eih Street 3. Off ird Ave. OpfOtite Bank of Montreal. (Formerly for W. A. f IF YOU ARE .IN THE MARKET FOR Threshers WE WA NT TO SEE YOU. We also have everything for the Cook Car ALL AT MONEY-SAYING PRICES, GonBumers Hardware Co. 120 FIFTH ST. 3. 'PHOKE 1212 LETHflniDOE ;