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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOrtDHEIMER PIANOS RDISON PHONOGRAPHS AS8INIBOIA MUSIC CO.. UTO. "Everythino Musical" $15 6th Street South Phone 1545 GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 984 11th Street 8. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reason* abla Price*. No. 1 BEEF, PORK and MUTTON DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone Canada Food Board License Number 9-266-; 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 magnificent line of books by such weH known writers as Rex Be.ich. Harold Bell Wright, Mary Roberts Rine-hart. B. M. Bower. Zane Grey. Robert W. Chambers. Gene Stratton Porter, Jack London and many others. Selling at 85c each THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Store phone 1487 MARKETS Winnipop. Sept. ! tl.-Business on tho iash market continue.* to ho of light volume owing to tho small offer-ins*. Oats rioted ;',e higleer for October ami 'si' higher for On ember. Klax closed 10c higher for October: I'c higher for November .uitl j',:i'itii"nt. whi'h iw tarried to lliej effoc; ; the resolution b- not furth-j er discussed but be re erred back to the executive >i:t revision of the prayerbook at J the joint session d-clared that after] vork'nc on the revision for si\ years, i lie h.i.l deliberately com.' to the con-j olu-ion th-a; the luiyerbook in Canada] ie-1 ii i�.vision at the present time.' Vi iu: v.-as warned lie thoush a ("a Oats - Oetobel- .. | December Flax-October .. November December 0|1''U. Close, i j>en'i No. Harley- -No. :: C.W.. 1"5 �;h j No. 1 X.W.C..... Calgary cary. Sep:, rui: of cattle C.W.. .S.'' .......S.M Peed. 77' ferred to a dolibom'iv" body. church in Canada. I and prices m'."d i Top beef mad" ; -eeoml front J'.o ' steer- front $v7^ No. I t'.W i�- ..............-It'.1.. Livestock. !'..-There was a at the yards tod�y linillar to Saturday, from *1- to . for extra Store Fixtures -for Sale 1 Small Safe, 1 Caah Register. 1 Show Cat*, 8 foot. 5 Show Cases, 4 foot. 1 Oak Counter, 12 foot. 1 Oak Counter, display front, 5 foot. 1 Oak Counter with drawers, 5 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 Supreme Court. Supreme court, criminal session opens Tuesday morning, with. Mr. Justice Walsh presiding. Orange Lodge. 1666 Will hold regular meeting at eight p.m. in tho Moose Hull on Tuesday, t'ue 17th Inst. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson A. Co. Telephone* S95 and 1212 Sherlock Building Casualties t>. V. Tourand. Beaver Mines: ,T. A. Henderson, High Jllver: II. Johnson. Coleman, and II. MeN'nugUton, JJe Wlnton, have been wounded. Did Not Arrive. Or. /.ell Hunt, and his show, which was to have unpen red at the Mnjesti" this evening, did not arrive. The show will be 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. A fresh shipment just to hand. See our Window Display. Consumers9 Hardware and Supply Company Mr?. Wnt. Barclay. Miss A. Adams, .Mr. and Mrs. It. .1. Andrews and family, Mrs. Kdward Sandy. Mrs. Furrant, THE TRADES CONGRESS URGES THE WOMEN Seek Naturalization. Anions tlte prominent citizens who I [are seeking completion of their na-1  turaifzation papers 'in court this week are W. T. l.athrop. land agent of '. l.ethhridge. and John C. Hass. a well known farmer of the Chin district, who is now residing in I.othbridgo. for .-el-however I Htutiity. Dialers quote -51!'.j;.-Closing �a',o�: CPU. 1 r, 71._.. 1'niteil States Steel lt'S-%. I nit si States Steel preferred 111. ENTIRE ARTILLERY With Hie raine. Sept. ' "FLIRTATION WALK" on of the many features in the ' cal novelty -.My Soldier Girl," Majestic. Monday night. g military mtisi-September zi. A HUGE STORAGE TANK Butter Color Hansen's and son's Imported Butter Color. Eiler-Danish Death of Child The death oe �lorage .tank being erected by the Ira-... )i perial 01! Co. at Cotitu. lethbridge School District No. 51 NIGHT CLASSES It it proposed to organize the above classes to commence work on the first Monday in October, ior. a term of six months. Classes will be arranged for in such subjectH as desired according to Ule demand for same. Any person desirous of attending those elates, are requested, to write the* undersigned, giving. Name In full, ago, occupation, address and the subject desired. Terras 15.00, for the full courne, parable in advance. It 1b requested that early application be made. JOHN H. FLEETWOOD Secretary-Treasurer, p, 0. Box 476, City. sochued Press) American Army in of the German artillery increased somewhat during !)>� forenoon today. So infantry ! atiad:s. however, were made. I Int> nse artillery activity marked ! the operations early today. I The Germans have not resisted I minor movements calculated to consolidate ilK' American line .vliioh has j now become firmly fixed, j Allied night bombing activities i .Sunday dropped more than 17 tons of bombs on Courcelles. Khrange. Saar-brucken. Itoulay, Until, Conflans and other points. The bombs dropped on Conflans were directed against the railway yards, the center of the German communications in this region. The roads crossing the Moselle also were attacked by the airmen. Many direct hits were observed. An  nemy tiain was hit at Longuyon. j Pursuing groups, protected by a  I barrage, carried out numerous raids ', and scored victories in several en-1 campments. Attempt* of German aviators to cross the American line were uiii ih�ec-asfiil generally. Kneuiy airplanes last night attiieked points within the American lines, l Bombs were dropped on St. Mlhiel 'and the Germans used their machine ! guns against tba', town, but with little � tr-poi't^ from different points along Mil'- line show tiiat the number ol guuK [and the general material rapltirnd by the Americans is increasing. An en-| lire artillery purlt was captured at I .laiilny. Austrian prisoners captured by the Americana are bitter in thcir^ denunciation of the Germans. They* accuse officers of leaving them in the lurch. The Germans, they add, gave their attention to extricating themselves from the. salient. Hansen's Imp o r t e d Cheese Color. 50c 1 ft. Hitinbtt.i. � C� - Liauted - AfaerU'e Plana*' WhelMal* and Retail Chemist*. Phones 1515 and 332 Death cf Travers' Man At Shelby. Montana. September 12, the death took place of William Wlest. of Travers. ilta., aged CI years. The body was brought into the city on Saturday to the parlors of MacKay and MneKay. The funeral will take place at his late residence at Travor.s on Tuesday. September IV, at two p.m. Interment will take place in tho Trav-er's cemetery. Brother Wounded. Mrs. Krnesl Harrison. 1712 tith Ave. North, received word today that her brother Hte. Kverett Itae has been gassed and has been admitted to the general hospital. Oannes Camters. His aunt, Miss M. Dunlop also received word. He was badly wounded nearly two years ago and was fifteen months in the Old Country before going back to France. Quebec, Sept. HI.-Dealing with the need for a thorough organisation, the annua! report of the executive of the trades nnd labor congress says that j there are only Oso women in the j ranks of the unionists. However, in the machine and textile industries Important progress had been made. Tho report urges the organization of women. In regard to the war the executive council states its altitude was the same as It was in 1!UI when it was announced that "our quarrel is .with autocracy and not with democracy, hence our quarrel is with the German government and net with the German people." While, however, organized labor was considering every available means of assisting the Dominion In its efforts to play nn honorable, patriotic and effective part in this epoch making (struggle, they must not allow the future to be obscured nor the interexts of the working classes to be overlooked or neglected. Tho council reports that in ilm Matter of conscription in \i'w- of the verdict at th- polls last year it neei no object, good. bad. or Indifferent to be attained in referring to it. Tho report approves of (hn to qnlsitlon of Ihe ('. X. and the O, T. 1>. by tluopular Kmpress theatre, tonight, .when she will star In "Auto-inatilacs." You are assured of a good comedy when you see, this one. IX) not niisii It. -Advertisement. PHONE 1SS9 For Your Next Sign Order and Try the Western Sign Co. 414 Fourth Ave. S. ARLOWS EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-4330 Hon. A. I.. Sifton, says Canada will have a large surplus after charges on war loans have been paid. PRIVATE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Apply Between 9 and 12 a.m., or 7 to 8 p.m. Dining room suite, (fumed oak) cou-ilKiing of round extension table, buffet and I leather seated chairs; 1 golden oak chair, leather seated; golden oak dressing table; axmlnster rug, !�xl2 fmonltone greens); 1 wall bed with coil springs and Dixie mattress; 1 card table; I small kitchen table; carpet sweeper; Drop head sewing machine; 1 Dorothy mission piano. Tho above furnituro is practically new. Apply at Room 10, HuU Block Rally Sunday. Yesterday was Rally Sunday at St. Augtihtln's church when the congregation turned out in full force to attend the services. The full choir was in attendance and helped to make the service the success If was. A particularly fine sermon was preached by j Canon Murrel!-\Vtight emphasizing tho importance of the church after the war, and the necessity for those at home .to create the right atmosphere to greet the returned men. The service was of u most hearty and responsive nature and much enjoyed by all in attendance. BARBERS Weatbrook Bros, Oppealte Bank *f Montreal Hay & Feed F. 0. HYDE & CO. Cor. 5nd Avo. nnd 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIOGE CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 3-402 Funeral of Mrs. Knox. The funeral of the lute Mrs. Andrew Kno.x took place yesterday afternoon when many friends gathered to pay a last tribute of respect. Kev. j K. ./. Ilodgins officiated at the bouse; and grave, and Messrs. Alex. Knox, j Thos. Mossey. James McDonald, Jas. ! Kniloii, \V. II. Peebles (Kdinontoir) and W-n. Davidson iKeewatin, Ont. I acted as pallbearers. The floral offerings included the following: Gates Ajar, family; wreath from Thistle Sewing Circle; wreath from Ladies Aid I'nit-od church, wreath, Mrs. Moodle, Sr.; 100 Typewriter Carbon ........................ S2.00 to S3.SO per bo� Typewriter Ribbon*.......................... 75c m**1-Q0 ��h Second Shut* .........................*'-25 �nd 11.90 per 1,000 EVERYTHINO FOR THE OFFICE EVERALL & FRANKS Slnnot Block Cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St. 3 2208 ;