Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
NOROHKIMCR PIANOS COISON PhtONOGRAPHS - AMINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Muaiciil" 18 eth Street South Phone 1545 11 GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR M.llth Stmt 8. Phona 1413 Prompt and ^liable Work Don*.at Raaaoiv ^ able Prlooa. > No. 1 BEEF, PORK and MUTTON DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 , Canada Food Board License Number 9-2664 REPRINT BOOKS We have now In stock a magnificent line of books by such well known writer* as Rex Beach, Harold Bell Wright, Mary Roberts Rine-hart, B. M. Bower, Zane Grey, Robert W. Chambers, Gene Stratton Porter, Jack Condon and many others. Selling at 85c each THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Sl^^ff^' store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 14S7 N. S. JUDGE INJURED. HaMfax, N.S.. Sept. 18.-Mr. Justice trysdala, or the supreme court of Nora Sootia, was iojored in an auto* mobile accidsnt near Bear River, N. 8, Tuoeday afternoon. His cfir, which had stopped to allow another aatomoliile coming in the opposite di-icction to pass, was struck by this 03r. Both cars were wrecked. The judge was thrown out and a bone in h 3 left leg was splintered. Clean to handfe. Sold by all Drug* ��t8. Grocer* aad Gc&erai Store*. CONFER AT COAST ON MINE HE Vancouver, Sept. 18.-Coi^erences over the coal mining situation in the Crow's Ne-*. district are being held here today. Hon. William Sloan, minister of mines, arrived at Victoria this morning and met Fuel Administrator Armstrong and Mr. W. R. Wilkinson, general manager of the Crow's Nest Coal company, and llr. Barney Can-Held, colliery manager. Jlr. George Wilkinson, chief inspector of mines, is also here. Representing the miners, who are on strike at Femie and Michel, are President Biggs, of the district miners; Mr. E. Brown, secretary, and William Hunter, William Potter and Henry Beard, of the miners' executive. The purpose of the conference is to endeavor to arrive at a basis of settlement of the grievances of the miners, .who went on strike two weeks ago. Pending the results of the conference here, the miners' executive has advised all miners in District No. 18, except tho.se at F*emie and Michel, to continue at worTi. FROM CLERK TO CUSTOMER WE BELIEVE IN SHOWING OUR GOODS, LET YOU BE THE JUDaE*OP THE QUALITY OF OUR' GOODS WE HANDLE, AND GIVING YOU FROM DAY TO DAY, THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE ON SAME. WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW PEACHES, PRUNES AND HYSLOP CRAB APPLES ARE IN ANO THE PRICE IS RIGHT, FREESTONE PEACHES, per case 1:95 Per basket ................................60 ITALIAN PRUNES, per case .............. 1.�b Per basket ............................... .98 PON SEEDLING PLUMS, per 4 basket case 2.35 Per baakat ............................. .80 GREEN TOMATOES, par caao.............^1.45 HYSLOP CRAB APPLES ......r,......... 3.10 THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER S-S99 Phone 525 MARKETS Close 111 �400 390 384 Oats- Open October................84 November ..............81% Barley-' October ..............lUVi Flax- , Octohet,____.......----406 November ..............390 December .............385 Cash Prices. Oats-No. 2 C.W...Se^4 No. 3 C.W...S3'/A Extra 1 Feed.................83% No. 1 F^d, S2 No. 2 Feed, 78^4 Barley-No. 3 C.W., nOM No. 4 C.W., 106 Flax-No. 1 N.W.C. ,.............,...410 Calgary Livestock. Calgary, Sept. IS.-There were about 35 cars of cattle on the market today, about equally divided-between heet and stocker and feeder animals. Top heef went from ?12 to $13. Stock-ers from 58.50 to $10.50. Hogs were a small run and the price the same as yesterday for selects, weighed off cars. New York Stocks. New York. Sept. 18.-Closing sales: C.P.R. 162^4. United States Steel 109^�i, rnlted States Steel preferred 110%. Sciiooi District No. 51 It is proposed to organize the above classes to commence work on the first Monday in October, for a term of six months. Classfts will be arranged for in such subjectj as daaired according to the demand for same. Any persoD 4esirou� of attending these classes, are requested to write the Hndenslgned, giving. Name In lull, age, occupation, address and the subject desired. Tevms ISsOO, for the full course, payable in advance. It is requested that early application be made. JOHN H. FLEETWOOD Secretary-Troaaurer, P. O. Box 47B> City. GRANT RIGHT TO BUILaTHEDAM Over-Rule Objection of Canadian Govt, in Now Famous Application. Washington, Sept. 1S.~-The International joint commission has granted the application of the Aluminum company of America, a Pittsburg concern, to construct a pier In the St. Lawrence at Long Sault,' near Masaena, N.V., overruling the objection of the Canadian government that the construction would be a violatian of treaty rights. ITALIANS REPULSED Vienna, Sipt. 18.-Italian forces delivered five attacka yeaterday on Tasson ridge, on the Italian mountain front, but were driven back each time, according to today's war office abatement. A Safe Polish for Fine Furnit ur e During the fall clean-up campaign you will want tix polish your furniture so that "it will make your home cheerful Nyal's Furniture Polish best; preparation of MCITY AND DISTRICT K. of P. Tonight The regular nieeWug of Lethbrldge Lodge, No. 2, K. o� P.. will be held tonight at 8.30. All members are requested to be present. Vlsitors^welcome. Was Gassed The casualty message received by the family of James Hendrle, who was stated yesterday to have been wounded, gives the information that he was suffering from the effects of gas. Its is the kind. It will remove dirt and grims and restore the original lustre to any kind of finish. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. uccaalori to Jackson A Co. Talephonaa 555 and ItSS Sherlock Buildins Funeral of Mrs. Smith The funeral of the late Mrs. R. Smith will take place tomorrow afternoon from the residence, 1819 Ist Ave. A. North at 2,30. Interment in the public cemetery. On Inspection Trip Mr. P. L. Naismith, manager of the C. P. R. natural resources department, Calgary, and A. S. Dawsoy, chief en gineer, are in the city on 9 general inspection trip. St. Augustin's Tonight 8.00 p.m.-We Pray for the Soldim. 8.30 p.ni. '' Congregational . Gathering To Discuss the Past and Plan the Future. -.._s_^- If the Church is to meet this great testing time it must display greater activity, sacrifice and devotion. It must seek publicity and in the bright light of that publicity it must make good. THE DAY has coma; little aims, litUe men and tittle churches must be scrapped or be made great Btery adult member of St. Augustln'ii should (,jue to the meeting tonight, the Rector does not wish to he the big noise in a five-piece orchestra. This does not sound like the dignified Anglican church; well then come to the meeting. Slam -hang him for putting this in the paper-but come. It is time we all woke up. The whole church has come to the crosB-roada. Which way do WE go? (Mrs. Jlggs has not seen this or 1 should be under lock and key.) BUT PLEASE-In all Seriousneis EVERYONE OF YOU ARLOWS EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-6330 Hindenburg Will Learn Popular little Marion Harris tells us that Hindenburg ,will know be stands no chance "Wlien Alexander Takes His Ragtime Band to France," and sure enough he'll never know what he's really up against till he hears some American ragtime coming �across the'trenoheB. Mason & \Rtsch Limited, Balmoral Block, 5th Street, Lethbridge, have this Victor Record in their stock-it's one of the lighter vein war songs you'll enjoy hearing. Come in and hear it-we're always glad to play any of the late records for you. Our Wincarnis arrived today. Large size......$1.75 Small size ...... $1.00 Xi.HigiikttkaH4^Co - LMutod-- Goes to Coast Peter Lund left yesterday afternoon for Queen Charlotte islands, in connection �w'li'th his interests la the spruce business in which there have been great developments in connection with airplane manufacture. Was An Error W. A. Dodd, tailor, states that the Herald was in error in stating yesterday, that" the suits for city street car hmen last year cost $39,50. He states eight suits were made for $32.'50 each. Police Court Clarence Hale was brought Into city police court this morning charged with the theft of a shotgun. He was remanded. Wm. Lutes was fined $2 and costs for running his car without lights. You will make i mistake if you buy either a coal oi* gas Heater or Range without first seeing what we have to offer. We are sole agents for LethU-idge for the celebrated Moffat Ranges made at Weston, Ontario; atlso Peninsular High Oven Itange and Peninsular Coal and Gas Combination Range inade at Chicago ' and Detroit; also Enterprise High Oven Range, made at SackvlUe, �N. B. . . A large shipment of Galvanized and Enamelled-ware just to band; all market at attra,ctive prices; Our stoclt of General Hardware is very complete at the present time. A visit will be. appreciated. Consumers' Hardware and Supply Company No Shortage Labor Now There is no- shortage of farm labor now in the district, said government agent J. A. Weir to the Herald today. He is getting enough men now to fill the demands, although he says it is rather difficult to get men to hire out by the month. TO PAY AT SAYSGLEINCEAL Cannot ^Bargain Between Crime and Right Now, He Says PHONE 1559 For. Your Next Sign Ordef and Try the Western Sign Co. 414 Fourth Ave. �. Whetoe^l* artf flalall Cbamlatk Phones 161S and 322 Y.M.C.A. Physical Work Leo. Brooks, new physical director of the Y.M.C.A., has made a good start in his new duties. A program cf classes will he issued shortly and in the meantime classes -will be taken as they have been coming in the past few weeks. The junior class meets at 4.30 and the Intermediates at 7.30. Victor Records and Victrolas .hund Now is the time to buy a machine for the winter or some new records. For Sale at Robertson's Book Store Lethbridge^ Hotel BIdg, Phone 1265 Went North President Marnoch of the board of trade went north with Sir John WIlll-son yesterday, and will be engaged in Victory loan work for the rest of the week, Mr. Marnoch will practically keep his headquarters in ' Calgary now until the Victory loan campaign is over. Exemption Appeals The following has been disallowed by the Calgary military tribunal: C Picclnl, Blairmorfi; H. .E. Robertson, High River, The following were allow ed. A. S. Hutchins, PIncher; G. Imc son, Nobteford; H. Howerton, Cham pion; T. W. Squar, Champion; J. Mc Coach, PIncher; J. 1. Goundrey, Etzl kom; O. W. Macleod, Carmangay; L, S. Cornell, Enchant; O. B. Lyons, 'Taber; A. Christie, Purple Springs; T. "W. Sawerby, Taber; , J. Engleson, Taber; W. TumbuU, Grassy Lake; H. O. Beacom, Coutts; R. Connors, Coa! hurst; E, Ellason, Barons; 0, E, Oliver, Barons; F. .W. Low, Carman gay; F. Soderqulst, Carmangay. � Paris, Sept, 18.-(Havas).-"We will fight until the houi� when the enemy comes to understand that bargaining between crime and right Is no longer possible," declare^ Premier Clemen-ceau, in a speech last night, "we want a just and strong peace protecting the future against the wr'ougs of tha past," The premier, wag entliuslastically greeted as he' took the' platform and was given an ovation as he concluded.' The senate voted that his address should be posted throughout the country. - � In beginning, M.Clemenceau spoke of the gratitude the people of allied nations feel "toward those marvellous soldiers of Uiis entente," by , whom those iiatidh^ would at last be Uberat ed from the barbarian menace. He recalled the threatening attitude of Germany toward paciflc ;^rance which had endured for a-half century, "the infamous wounds, brutalities and tyrannies of ,an enemy who would not forgive us for having saved from the wreck the consciousness of right and our Indefenilbfe claims to independence," He pointed, put that without the slightest pretext Germany hurled herself upon French territory, devastated the fields of France, burned and pillaged her towns and villages and enslafved her men, women and children. "The enemy thought that victory would cause all this to be pardoned," continued the premier, "but the tune has changed. The day for paying haa come. All right minded humanity is with our troops who are liberating the nations from the furore of the enemy." ANNOUNCEMENT BARBERS We s t b r o ok Bros, Oppoaite Bank of Montreal OUR Servi c e Satlatles some of the moat particular people In the ciiy. R Coultry Phone 492 Tha Alberta Meat MArk'et Canada Pood Board Lleeasa Namber 8-28693. Hay & Feed F.O.HYDE&CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St. A, PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 3-802 Don't forget Mrs. McKinney'B lecture in Knox church Thursday evening. A splendid' programme. Admission 25c. . , 236-2 DON'T WAIT UNTIL 30 Below Zero TO HAVE YO.UR FURS OVER-HAULED Have them done before tha rush. D, THE TAILOR 410 Fifth Street, LetHbridg* TELEPHONE 1666 , The TwetitietkC^ntury Book Store -is FULL OF NOVELTIES- iBESIDES MODERN Fic-TIONrREPRINTis, POETS, OXFORO. BIBLES AND METHODIST, ENGLISH CHURCH HYMN BOOKS WE HAVE . ; '�^ DOLLS, LEATHER, IVORY, EBONY QOO08; WRITING MATIR. lAL IN GREAT. 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