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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL LETHBRIBGE DAILY HERALD v WINDSOR TELEPHONE 1312 CENTRAL CCMTJRTAOLS _ .A. Dty Hotel in Alberta Pride of Alberta and Mother's Farorite Every Sack Contains The Reason Why---- It's BETTER Taylor-Made Edison Phonographs We always carry a full line of both the popular cylinder phono- graphs and also the hew Edison Diamond machines. New records coming in all the time. THE KENNY ALUN CO., Ltd. Make tk MOST of the High Prices by consign- ing Your Grain to You rsalize every cent in it for yon. and get your re- turns promptly. OR PHONE Office Phon: 1313 Residence Phone 1484 Mi T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. HAY WANTED A carloads of good hay for prompt shipLnent- Advise quality end quantity and can be jnsie. SAUNDERS HAY GRAIN CO. 1221 Second Ave. S. Phone 732 STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Commiuion Ltthbridge Oar entire is at Tour Eerrlce and "with our exper- ience we can salely guarantee to get you the best prices for your grain at any time and for any grade or kind of grain. Phone -M 1922 Cilgaryl For Office 1M5 Lethbriiiget Quota- Rcl. 1811 Lethbrldce) tlans. See pur who are in you; dirtricl. J. A. CUMMING Lethbridge Manager j Shampooing, Corab- ings Katie up, Facial Massage, Electrolysis ETC., ETC., ETC. Hun Sibck EDMONTON, CALGARY, y PIKE GRAIN LTD. SEND SAMPLE OF YOUR GRAIN FOB OFFICIAL GRADE AND VALUES. 'SAMPLE SHIPMENTS :'HOBBY; LIBERAL ADVANCES. QUICK RETURNS. A. E. Mgr. .Rssidsnce 1862 HaVe'Us Inrlall Year Furnace NO W So it be all ready to USD vbft'n deeded. .We arc prepared to, pul In new flues, cold air boxea, or to build an erlire furn- ace have ample s faciltdes and equal" afelll. You ca.ii depend upon nur warfc every time and you'll fieri upc-n incjulry that oar charges vre always ex.- Iremcly reasonablcv The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBatDGE, ALBERTA FRESH FRUIT PEACHES. A fine lo( of and 3 few Craw- fords. All freestones. Por (as........_----- PEARS. Barllelts. Per case................' HYSLOP CRAB APPLES. Ths dark rerf ones for jelly. Per case............................S2 Or 3 Ibf. for 25c BCACKBERRIES. Per orate...............33-50 ITALIAN ?RUNES. Per J1.40 SILVER PR.UNES. Per APPLES. No. 1s. Weallhlet and Jefferiej, Stand- ard cases. Per case SANDPIT OR LUG CRATES. Unwrapped Same variety. Per crate GREEN TOMATOES. 40 Ib. box jl.50 GREEN PEPFSRS-Per 16................... 25c HIGHCLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525' Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. S. and 13tji Street MINING. BUILDING A RAILWAY7SUPPLIES A EQUIPMENT ANDERSON AND FARM IMPLEMENTS GAKfl PLOWS FORD TRACTOR ATTACH l y DEMOCRATS AUTO TftAJLZRS CULTIVATORS1 BTNDHR ENGIflEC PHONE, A CAR lecture In Evening On Life lie- hind the by'Capt. Henshaw Interesting The Letbbridgc Clearing ilousa as-, sociation Is today wiring-to Winnipeg] [744.20. being the result of the tag day j aud the lecture by. Sirs. Julia Henshaw on Saturday. The result is very gnili-, fylug to those In charge of the vrork.; and they wish to IhanV the public and the ladies who aided so generously their time for the suepess of the1 effort which will result in bringing happiness to French families in th'e re- conquered territory. The'lecture of Capl. Henshaw on Life Behind the lines" at Knox church Vas one 01 the finest oh war work ever heard here. Capt. Hen- shaw's address was beautifully illus- trated. Mrs. J- Norman'nilchis Mayor Hardie delivered an appropriate Introductory address. Excellent lantern slldea Hlustrated the very interesting-discourse which Capt. Jlenshaw gave oh "Life Behind the Lines. Some of the fleeing Bel- gian refugees, some ot Ihe devastated peasant homes of France, some of the pillaged shell-shattered towns within the war-zone were shown onMhe screen before she ptunged-into thef later episodes ot war, the reconstruc-} tire work, the hospitals, the replanting f thti reclaimed fields from which Hun had retreated pressed back bv tht r armies of the allies. Among the earlier pictures shown several depicting :wonieu in in-j dustry. So many unknown j to IheinJbeforC the .war ha'd-.been np-[ ened up to them. In a few minutes In London she had counted eleven differ- ent types o! bill-posting, stteet-plean; ing, window dressiag, !hu3-conducling, ticket-coltectinc, etc. .AVomeri land at one time had not expected high wages, but today they jvereTable to de-1 mand equal pay with men. .They were 111 nil mannerVfmunicfpal niled the Red Cross packing and patching rooms, were .stable I shipwrights, Ibcbmotive "erigi-: neera, elevator Indispensable j in the big tasks as well the-sniall, the avmy hehlnrt the ilne releasing the men for soldiers, carrying on the nation's En the Hospitals Some admirable views of Uie re-edu- cation classes being carried nn in St. Dunstan's school blind where cabinet-making, other handicrafts and manual'arts we re-lie- ing tnught; were given, the speaker calling attention to the blind She had per- sonally visited this hospital and could vouch for the magnificent optimism which the men, Taking her hearers acrbss-to France she described soine of the wonderfully j'organized anil well equipped field I pitals. The efficiency'lpf (lie medical corps called for nothing but 'admira- i lion. Operating rooina, 'teni-hiispltais. X-ray apparatus were arid the wounded man in France was' as carefully and for as he could possibly be in any city hospital. And doctors and nurses alike were gal- lant and untiring In their service.- The great need, the great apprecia- tion of woollen and other field com- socks r- men tioned. Every sort of woollen com- fort ought lo be made and dispatched possible, ,Thfe, winter was not many rrtonths dfslant, and would be actually upon the troops be- fore anything sent even today would reach lliem. A .picture- of three Tom- mies darning socks hinted the need ol more hose. The tag day.bnnight and the lecture returned for the cause ol the French, Just Arrived! '.VivomlauV Famous Toilet Preparations LethbrMec ladies will elail to know that we now have the Vlroudau line u! Toi- let Powders, etc.. which have be- come so popular in the larger cities of France. Kngland and. the United "Mivlj" Perfume, S1.75 ounces Face Powder, BOc box. (While, Flesh. Natural) "Mavis" Talcum Powder, 35c box "Mavis" Toilet Water, per- bottler "Arly" Lilac Perfume, 52.00 "Arly" Lilac Talcum 75c. "Arly Perfume, oz. Tke Red Cross Dreg Beck Co., UaM PHONE CITY AND DISTRICT New J. P. at Elcan R. J. I.ce of Elcan. 1ms been ap- pointed a Justice ol the Peace. New Nanton Bailiff James Brown of Nanlon, tins been appointed a sheriff's bailiff, Trades Council. The Trades and Labor Council will meet tonight al S o'clock in the La Hall. A. O. F. Meeting. Court Star, A. O. F., will hold their regular meeting tobight ia the Oilil- Hall at S o'clock. Issuers of Marriage Licenses 3. W. Crockett of Oyen, and n. Hughes of Loruorid, Imve been ai pointed issuers of marriage licensee. Thanks 6f Veterans. The-G. V. A. wish, lo acknow I ledge with thanks the donation of tivi morris chairs by the Alexander Gal Chapter, I.O.D.E. r Ranching Company Formed. The Deer Creek Gallic Co., Ltd has been incorporated -with capital. Head office will he CoutLs. Viyaudau The sensation of the hotir in the perfumery vorld is "Vjraud- an." His products have captured American Con.- teature'rnoSt of the line and append some pi their 1'; f "Arly" LiJac'Perfumfe. per ounce. "La Bohems" Perfume, ?2.5O per ounce. "Mavis" Perfumi per ounce "Jasmin" Perfume per ounce. "Rote" Perfume per ounce. "Mavli" 35c per pack- age- "tai- Boheme" Talcum, per package. "Mavis" Sachet Powder. per ounce. "Mavis" Toilet Water, bottle. And many other items very attractive land dainty (o wLich ivc J. D. Higiob'rtJum Co f Tke Flrse Guardians. Henry Kiviere of Pinehcr Creek J. Cochrace of Travers, and Vert Helghes of Picture Bu lie, have been appointed fire guardians. New Commlss Toners Lawrence Peterson of Barnwell, A. G. Baalim and Campbell Aird of Leth-, bridge have been gazetted commission- ers for taking affidavits. and TELEPHONE NO. Wolf Bounty Inspectors. Wolt bountv Inspectors in the south ivlio havo_heen recently appointed are of Etzifcom, Ceo. Hoi- "dershaw John S. Hires of Cayley, and Henry Riviere of-Pliicher Creek. Was at Barons. President Marnoch of the Board of i Trade attended the U. F. A: meeting at Ilarons on Saturday evening, at which Pros, Wood of the fanners' or- I gamzaticm discussed the negolialons leading np to the fixing of the price of wheat at r Gas Shell Wound. Word was received In the city on Saturday that Pie. Jleuben Carroll who eniisted with'a Southern Alberta mounted regiment was suffering Iron a gas shell wound recently received ,.Pte, Carroll enlisted from Lcthbridgc but.his family arc now living in Medl cine llat. He is now in an Australian hospital in France. Game Guardians "Newly appointed gume guardians In Southern Alberta are Jno. MeKirmp ot Stavely, John Stevenson ot Clares holm, G, C. Elliott, Traversr. A. Ilcppler, of Cardston. Edwin Leavill of Glenwood, Henry Taimcr. of AetHa Stuart Selby, of Boundary Creek; Get Petcrf-ori, of lieazer, and William Tj Icr, of Del Uonila. COAL FOR SALE By Carloid DDWSLEY LAND, AGENCY PHONE-1809 I BIG STOCK. ALL SIZES. GET'OUR PRICES. Ottawa, Sept. War- Timp Elections Act camp up for secoud reading in the senate this mornlngi Senator Bostack.'leader of the oppacl- on, opened the .debate on tlie new nrc arid after a simedi' lastln's jout an-hour moved tin amendment the'effect- that'll-was'not dcsir- to dlsCrmicMs.c.'n- large Si umber of Gople in bail been'guar- ntecd rights p'f anil thai 'granting of votes to a limited umber of Canadian women-was not the .public Interest. was._sccondcd by Senator i'ow Senator. that this bill omes as a climax to lot of undtsir- blc legislation passed 'the lower ouse during session. Itet'erriug, to lie details.of tiio bill. Senator 'Power he ivoiild have approved the ng of the vote; to the nncrcst relative f a soldier, but this privilege should tot have extended "tii ail near rcla- ives and E. WILL HOLD THEIR Beneficiary IN THE K. P..HALL With 5-piece, Orchestra in Attendance. x Anyone wanting Invitations, pbone'639. 235-1 UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS, F. E. CHECK CHICAGO PENCIL OFFICE FURNITURE, TYPEWRITERS riVFRHAULED _C_LEANPn AND DED-MnEC." EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE Everall Franks Sin no It Block, Corner 4th Ave. and 6th St. r, Mason Risch Limited Victor' VMl Aecordeont, SlMwt Mwlt Iiuf Muilul Kail Orderi Cavaful Atlentlon.' yp ID i POLICE Montreal, Sepl. Laforttine one of the pronifnent of Apeahers at nfghlly.opcn afr flnll- conscrlplfonlflt meetings, save himself ufT to Judge SI. Cyr this morning, ifc was wanted for his alleged words .of a speech delivered In'-Park laine on September T.. He appeared before Jadgc "St. Cyr, pleaded n6t guilty, and was remanded until Thura- day', ball being granteld a is the second Arrest of' tora. The "great while way11 New. Yorh Iriiay dfaapiwar during the [coal con servers have jfay, MOVING We Make a MoVlnj Fnrniiurc, aiid The 'only covered the city. Furniture PHONES: Coal i Storage 1097 i i, 10V9 The McLcini Trsinsifer New School Districts. SccllpnB 27, 2S, .11, 32. 33. 34 and the north hnit of Scclion in Town- shfp Z, RajJEC IS: Sections -I, 0, 7, S, 11 fr> in Townsliip I, Tlangc 15 west of the. fourth .Meridian, have hccn creeled Into a School District under Ilie name of The Lillle -View School District No. 3527 of the Prov- ince or Alberta. Swilor Trustee; .T. Sc'cllons 2n, SO, 31 and S2 in Hange 10; Sec- tions 25, 25, 35 and .16 In Townstiip Hange 11; Sections 1, 2, II and 12 In Toivnsliip 10. Range 11; and Sections 5, 6, 7Tincl S in Township 10, 10, the Fourth'-Meridian, hnvo been erected Into a. School District under the r.artie of Tiic Lans-Jell Sclibol Dlalrict No. of the Prov- Ince of Alberta. Senior Trustee: Chancey Morcy, How Island.: U. S. SUB SANK. Washington, Sepl. United Stales submarine sank at her dock nt nn Atlantic port Friday morning, the navy department announced last nigiil. There was no 105 o( life. LAMB and MUTTON Fresh Daily DELANYS MEAT CO. PHONE 452 ANNOUNCEMENT On' iccmint of Ilic .lowisjl New Year, my p.loro promises 'will Ije eil tortay hurl the tT'tli nn': 18tk September. Keel. CLOCKS ARE Sept. 17. clicks In Holland and Osrmnny wftrc put bacfc an hftiir at 'A o'f iock'tbls morning? The Bavii.g .J.uuul1 April 17., Don't Worry. You're Next! WESTBROOK BROS. On 6tr> Street 8, Off 3rd Aye. Oppotlte Bank of Montreal, r' (Forrr.erly Baflxrfl for W. A. I Olt.) IF YOU AKK IX THE MAKKET FOR Threshers Supplies WANT TO SEE YOU, We also have everything for the Cook Car ALL AT MONEY-SAVING Consumers Hardware Co. 120 FIFTH 3T. 8. PHONE 1212 LETHBftlDtif ;