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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOROHEIMCR PIANOS B0I80N l?HONOCRAPHS ASStNIBOIA MUSIC CO., UTO. ; . "Everythtno Mu�lc�r SIS 6th 8tr�et South Phone 1845 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GEORGE MORGAN ' HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Stmt �. Phana 14�a Prampt and! Rallabia Werk Dana at Raaaen. abia Prleaa.x" No. I BEEF, PORK and MUTTON DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel pi^one 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-2664 REPRINT BOOKS We have now In stock a magnificent line of books by suchwelF known writer* as Rex Beach. Harold Boll Wright, Mary Roberts Rlne-hart, B. 'M. 'Bower, Zane Grey, Robert -W. Chambers, Gene Stratton Porter, Jack London and many others. Seffing at 85c each' - THE KENNY & ALUN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS-HOTEL Store PHONI 1417 " .Toronto. Sept. 16.-When the gen-teal synod of the Church of England In Canada resumed this morning. Chancellor Worrell moved that increased laymen Tepiesentation be ?franted to the dioceses of Toronto. Hii�)fiv..aod; Mpntiieal from six to .�l5ht,  -i^ -. C^Jte, Vaiiebuyer, Ihotight' that-th�i:"!natter shbtild be re-1 ferrei^o.a deliberative TJddyi ' ""ChanceUor" Davidson moved an amendinent.whicii was carried to the effect that the resolution be not further'discussed but be referred back to the executive council for further ex-.nmination and report. The bishop of HuAn, in submitting the report of the joint committee of both houses on the rerisibn of the prayerbook at the joint session declared that after working on the revision for six years, he had deliberately come to the conclusion that the prayerboot in Canada needed a revision at the present time. ^yhat was wanted he thought, was a ^Canadian book for the Canadian clnirch. differing only from the old book in its adaptation to the needs of the church in' Canada. Q ual ity Goods at �owest P^sible For the cpming week we expect to receive in large quftntities, Peaches, Italian Prunes, Hyslop Crab Apples and also Green and Ripe Tomatoes^ . LOWEST MARKET PRICE. THE High-Class Cash Grocers canaoa po^o board license number s-svi Phone 525 "Winnipeg, Sept. 16^-Business on the cash market continues to be of light volume owius to the small offerings. Oats closed -^ic higlrer for October and %c higher for December. Plax closed 10c higher for October; 9c higher >(or Novekber and 5^c higher tor December.' Winnipeg Marketi. Oats- Open. October ................83 " December..............80 Flax- October ...............3821,^ November .............371 December.............3T2^i Cash Prices. Oats- , No. 2 C.W...S6Vi Extra 1 Feed ____ No. 1 Feed, SOV. Barley- No. 3 C.W"., 105 Flax-No. 1 N.W.C..... Calgary Livestock. Calgary, Sept. 16.-There wag a light run of cattle at the yards today and prices ruled similar to Saturday. Top beef made from |12 to J13.25, second from $10.50 to. ?12. stocker steers from $8.75 to $10 for extra quality. Dealers quote ?13.50 for select hogs off cars. No hogs however were on the market. New York Stocks. New York, Sept. 16.-Closing sales: C.P.R. 15-Vj. United ^Statps Steel 108^4. United States Steel preferred 111. Close. 8314 S0% 392^ 379 'No. 3 C.W...S2Vi ...............$2^, No. 3 Feed, 77 H No. i C.W., 102 ..............402ii FLIRTATION WALK" on of the many features in the big mUitary musical novelty "My Soldier Girl," Majestic, MonHay night, September 23. A HUGE STORAGE TANK i ITte elovels a piJto of tha Tuk-j si orage.itank being erected by the Im-l . perial Oil Co. at Coutta. :�: lethbridge School District No. 51 NIGHT CLASSES 7 It is proposed to organize the aboye classes to conmoice work on the first Monday in October, for; tm of six moiitl^. Clasaes will be aTranged for in such subjects as-desired accoiA-.''"ins tt>-tha demand for same. \ - Anjr perao^ desirous of attending: these classes, are Teqfieeted tojjn'ite tbeauttderstgned. Klrlng, Name in full, age, occupation. . addresaaii^r the subject desired. Terms 15.00, for the full course, ; payaljle in^dvance. It Is requested that early application be made. JOHN H. FLEETWOOD Seeratary-Treasurer, P. 0.~Box 476, City. (Associated Press) With the American Army in Lorraine, Sept. 16.-Activity of the Ger-nian artillery Increased somewhat during tbfi forenoon today. No Infantry attacks, ho\^ever. were made. Intense artillery , activity mar'ked the operations early today. The Germans have not resisted minor movements calculated to consolidate the American line iwhich has now become firmly fixed. Allied night bombing activities Sunday dropped rapre than 17 tons of bombs on Courcelles. Ehrange, Saar-brucken. Boulay, Bulil, Conllans and other points. The bombs dropped inn Contlans were directed against the railway yards, the center of the German com-raunications in this region. The roatis crossing the Moselle also, were attacked by the airmen. Many direct hits were observed. An enemy train was hit at Longuyon. Pursuing groups, protected by a barrage, carried out numerous raids and scored victories in several encampments. Attempts of German aviators to cross the American line were unsuccessful generally. Enemy airplanes last night attacked points within the American lines. Bombs were dropped on St. JVIihiel and the Germans used their machine guns against that town, but with little effect. Reports from different points along the line show that the number of guns and Uie general material captured by tlie Americans is increasing. An entire artillery park was captured at Jttulny. Austrian prisoners captured by the Americans are bitter in their denunciation of the Germans. They" accuse officers ot leaving them in the lurch. The Germans, they add, gave their attention to' extricating themselves from the salient. for Sale 1 Small Safe, 1 Caah Riniater, 1 Show :cia�,S foot. 6 Shaw c'aaea.^ 4 foot. 1 Oak COiinter, 12 foot.' 1 Oak Counter, display fronti i foot , 1 Oak Counter with drawer^ B Toot. " 1 Counter Counter, oak top, display aidei^rS'foot. Wall Fixtures, etc. THESE MAY BE EXAMINEDv BY APPLYING AT OUR STORE THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Suceaaaera to Jaekton A Co. Telaphoma 8B5 and 123C ShaWeek Bulldlns Alkarta'a , �*laiiaa# BimsMi'* Wiielaaala an* RaUII Chamlatk -Phonea 1515 and 322 Hon. A. L. Sitton, says Canada will have a large surplus after charges on war loans have be�n paid. PRIVATE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNiTURE Apply Between 9 and 12 a.m., or .'7-to'8.p.m. Dining room ' suite, (fumed oak) consisting of round extension table, buffet and 4 leather seated chair^; ; 1 golden oak chair, leather - ''seated; golden oak dressing table; axmlnster rug. 9x12 fmonltone greens); 1 wall bed with coil springs and Dixie mattress; 1 card table; 1 small kitchen table; carpet sweeper; Drop head sewing machine; 1 Dorothy mission piano. The above furniture is practically new. Apply at'R. V. Tourand, Beaver Klines; J. A. Henderson, High River; H. Johnson. Coleman, and H. McNaugUton, De Winton, have been wounded. Did Not Arrive. Dr. Zell Hunt,.and his show, which w'as to have appeared at the Majestic this evening, did not arrive. The show wilHie here Tuesday sure. Liquor Case Adjourned. the Ferguson liquor case was adjourned to 2:15 Tuesday on account of the non-appearance of certain witnesses from out of town. Biitter Color HanseQr� and Eiler-son's Imported Danish Butter Color. Hansen'll^ Imported Ch?iese Gotor. 50c iriifliibttkM&Gt -Liaitod -- Seek Naturalization. Among the prominent citizens who are. seeking completion of their naturalization papers tin court this week are W. T. Lathrop. land .agent ot Lethbridge, and John C. Bass, a well known farmer of the Chhi district, who is now residing in Lethbridge. Death of Child ^ The death occurred in tho city, yesterday, September 15. of Norman William Turfaer, aged 2 years and i) months. The funeral took place this afternoon at three .o'clock. Canon Murrell-Wright officiating. Interment wais' inade in St. Augustin's cemetry. MacKay and MacKay iwero in charge. Death of Travera' Man At Shelby, Montana, September 12, the death took place of William Wicst, of Trovers, Alta., aged 66 years. The body, was brought into the city on Saturday to the parlors of MacKay and MacKay. The funeral will take place at his late residence at Travers on Tuesday, September 17, at two p.m. Interment will take place in the Trav-er's cemetery. Brother Wounded. Mrs. Ernest Harrison, 1713 6th Ave. North, received word today that her brother Pte. E;will bo surprlaed how litUeii will cost. u; ,, . JRdbertsdn'is LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK PHONE 1285y Ql^ff llqiiipm and Stationery Stan'atjraplier'p Neta Beoka TypiwHtar Carbon .. S9.8S pap loa 92.00 to S3.M par box Typcwritar Ribbons ..........................76e and..$1.00 aaeh SfGOhd Sheets.................. .... 91.25 and 91.80 p�r-1,O0O EVERYTHINQ FOR THE OiFFICE ; iVERALL & FRANKS Slhnot Blocif: Cor, 4th Ave, Md,8tiit at. 1^1 ;