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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NonoHEiMER Pianos SDISON PHONOGRAPHS A88INIBOIA MUSIC CC. LTD. "Everything Mugleal" �1S 6th Street South Phone 1549 GEORGE MORGAN f HOUSE DECORATOR 9M lllh Street 8. ,v ' Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work pone at;f6mlUnK ............McDonough 17701-HaTrallan Waltz Medley ........... Hawaiian Guitars ^ mUsaa. Wkl'tz ..........:\..Hawaiian Guitars 84120-I Hear You CaUtng Me..................,McConnack 64784-Canzonetta by Merfflelssohn .....Flonzalez Quartet 70121-Granny's Laddie ,,____........................Lauder 74510-Bell Song from Lalnne ----,.............. Galli-Curcl mm Our stock of Records is the most complete in Southern Alberta. Come in and investigate the service. WILLIS PIANOS HULL BLOCK H. C. C SALMON, manager Winnipeg Market* Oats- Open Close Oct........ Dec. ...N...... Barley- Oct........... "Flax- Oct........... Nov........... DecN...........  Cash Prices Oats- Xo. 2 C. W. S7i,i Xo. 3 C. W. 83% Extra Xo. 1 Feed.............. 83% Xo. 1 Feed.. 82Vi No:- 2 Feed 7S% Barley- X'o. a C. W. 11214 � Xo. 4-C. W. 107% Flax- t No. 1 X, W. C.........____^.^.-.395. S Calgary Livestock Calgary, Sept. 20.-The market for cattle was a little slow today, but pri& es were fully as high as yesterday. A few choice steers made ?14. "The bttlk of the tops ranged from $13 to � I^^RK For the ;ltfiiniediate relief of ChappM Hands, Sore Lips, Frost Bites,''Roughness of the Skin and for soret generally. Unequalled for use after shaving. This elegant preparation has no equal in' such weather for keeping the skin and complexion in "good .shape." Daintily Perfumed 25c an^SOc a bottle Sa-nple Vpr the Asking XI.Nigiib9thaB&Co ' Limitod -- Altierte's Pleniar Onta|taM> WhelMBle mr4 ReUlt qhcmletk Phones 1515 and 322 ARLOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue 4. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER �^330 UNDERTAKING A We are selling our .entire stock at lower prices. Call and see US. * , Our HOME MADE and FACTORY GOODS to fsell at 15% Oil. MOTOR EQUIPMENT MacKAY&MacKAY 803 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge Phone 1802 Nover. Closed CITY AND DISTRICT Notary Public. Joseph Matheson, of Macleod, has been appointed a notary public. Sheriff* Bailiff. R. E. Moffat has been appointed sheriff's bailiff for Clareshejlm. New Land Co. The Stackhous Land Co. of Blackie, has been incorporated with a capitalization of $10,000. Magrath Visitor, R. W. Bradshaw of Magrath was in the city this morning. He states'that some very fair yields of wheat are being obtained in his district. ' Commissioners for Oaths. Marion Small, Macleod; George Clarke, Travers; Jlary Hindly, Card-ston; George Warren, Nemiscam; Frederick Fendley, Letlihridge, have been appointed commissioners for taking affidavits. You win make a mistake if ^ou buy eitBcr a coal or gas Heater or Ransfe without first seeing what ytt have to offer. We are sole agents for Lethbrldge lor the celebrated Moffat Ranges made at Weston, Ontario; also Peninsular High Oven Range and Peninsular Coal and Gas Combination Range made at Chicago and Detroit; also Enterprise High Oven Range, made at SackvlUe, N. B. , - �� A loige shipment of Galvanized and Enamellcjd-ware Just to hand; all market at attractive prices. Our stock of General Hardware is very complete at the present time. A visit will be appreciated, > ... * Consumers' Hardware and Supply Company .Kilties Wounded. O. B. LaBarro, of Albion Ridge, who enlisted in 1916 with the Lethbridge Highlanders, is in today's casualties as wounded in action. W. -Martin of Manyberrles, who also enlisted with the Highlanders, has been wounded. For Having Liquor. Sam Keller and John Lind, were fined $25 and costs in city police court this morning for having liquor in their possession. The case against the Windsor Hotel, for selling liquor; is being heard in city coiirt this afternoon. IN MEMORIAM. In ".oving memory of a dear husband and father, Pte. Robert Albert Hills, who W!>B killed In action in France, Sept. 20th, 1917. We are always thinking of our dear one, - In his far-off unknown grave;' Who fought for King and country. And died a soldier brave. But the hardest part is yet to come. When the heroes all return; And we miss amongst the smiling throng The face of our dear one. From his sorrowing wife and children. ' 238-1 Have Retired. A. P. Veaie, Warner, has retired from the position of justice of the peace. Walter .Munday, Warner, has retired from the position of police magistrate. .John Bambling, of Diamond City, has retired from'justice of the peace. Percy Biddell, of Cowley, and Clyde Beil, of Bow Island have also retired from this position. a Nephew of Local Man. Max B. Palmer has been admitted to 47 General hospital, France with a lacerated knee. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Palmer, Elbow Park, Calgary. Before going overseas, he was a student in Mount Royal college. He had just taken his university matriculation* He was prominent in all college .athletics and Y.M.C.A. activities. -'He is a nephew of S. J. Shepherd, city. In loving memory of Pte, Robert Hills, who was killed in action in France, Sept. 20, 1917. v. Somewhere in France, on the long battle line. Fought to his death that dear brother Oictrict Court. The case of .McKenzie vs. Dawson was disposed of at the District Court in which judgment was given for tlie plaintiff for the sum of $144.75 and costs, being money due for the pasturage of cattle and calves. A coun ter claim was dismissed without costs. H. W. Church appeared for the plaintiff and D. H. Elton for the defendant. The case of Killgore vs. Lynds was set over to be spoken to. ANNOUNCEMENT A big dance will be given In the Raywond opera house on the spring floor on Saturday night under tbo auspices of the Red Cross. (Signed) Red Cross ,runior Guild. 237-2 A dance will be held in Burgmann's hall, 13th street north, every Saturday night. Two-piece orcliestra in attendance. R. Burg:mann in charge. Gents'75 cents; ladies free with exception of the war tax. 238-1 A Sweet Flavored Criist-QUAKER BREAD IN THE HOMES THAT USE QUAKER BREAD YOU WILL HEAR THE KIDDIES SAY: "I BORROW THE CRUST, PUT LOTS OF BUTTER ON IT, MAMMA," NEVER ANY FU88 IN THOSE HOMES ABOUT EATING THE CRUSTS TO MAKE THEIR HAIR CURLY. A REAL CONSERVATION LOAF IS QUAKER �READ, ALWAYS GOOD TO THE LAST CRUMB, ^THAT'S BECMJ8E IT IS JUST GOOD BREAD WELL BAKED. BfeTTER TRY QUAKER BREAD FOR AWHILE MADAM. IT BEATS THE HOT KITCHEN THESE DAYS, BESIDES IT 18 SUCH GOOD BREAD. '�'�) John Cilmore, Limited, Baiers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER S-S7� I TQiiet Preparations We are adding to our stock daily, just as soon as they can be shipped from New York, We now harve-� FACE POyVOERS, at 60c. ROUGES, HAIR TONICS, BLEACHING CREAMS, COLD CREAMS. The Frank HedleyDrugCo. of mine; - \ With Canada's soldiers he went over, seas. To carry the old flag to victory. ,. Somewhere in Franc^,' near the long battle line, Stands �& cross on the grare, of that brother of mine; Though he lie&, tar from home, over . ^ / the seas,. . ' : We shall meet him again In the llfei that's to be. t> ,^ i- From his loving father, sliters, and; broach ................. ......*1-2B and'*1.60 per 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVERALL & FRANKS SInnot Block Cor, 4th Ave. and Bth St. / ;