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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOMDHEIMER PIANOS RDISON PHONOGRAPHS A88INIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everything Musical" 815 5th Street South Phone 15(5 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD! GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street S. Phone 148S Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reason-able Prlcee. _ I, No. 1 PORK, BEEF and MUTTON DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-286-; Have You Secured all the Fruit You Need for Canning? WE CAN STILL QUOTE YOU THE FOLLOWING: Flemish Beauty Pears, per caie........... 3.85 Green Tomatoes, per 40 lb. ens:: ............ 1.35 IF NOT, Peaches, per casi ......................... 1.90 Italian Prunes, per ca3c ................... 1.75 Hyslop Crab Apples, per else .............. 3.00 Pond Seedling Plums, per ! bskt case ...... 1.95 | Pickling Cucumbers, per case .............. 1,85 WE EXPECT OUR FIRST SHIPMENT OF CONCORD GRAPES THIS WEEK. THE GOOD CO LIMITED REPRINT BOOKS We have now in stock a magnificent litir of books by such well known writers as Rex Beach. Harold Bell Wright. Mary Roberts Rine-hart, B. M. Sower. Zane Grey. Robert W. Chambers, Gee Sti-.itton Porter. Jack London and many others. Selling at 85c each THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^efsA&f* Store NEXT OALL\S HOTEL PHONE 14*7 High-Class Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 Phone 525 FARM LANDS IN CITIES SUBJECT OF CONFERENCE !..nn'.ti2 ka-v..t- A-;. ms. of proposed, romaiis-iioii r,pp->r:eil tin' Writ'* Hubiic l"'.!i'h itit' r- K.vMa'. .�:' S at I|ll:: V.' til 111 !', in I ;h until.I ho in i. (! i:-,~. .1 upon win taken into ill,' op- only MARKETS Winnipeg. Sep". 21.-The market " ihill t, iiay. There ��s a raiod de- 'li.ill'l !'!!' all coarse srnin-: offering, '.nr. ion :','.- ATV Stilt light. Oats closed 'if lower for October 1.411  I 'iO llUVl.T fl'l' DfC'llllllT. )'..i:li".- , lo.-ed 11 o hr.voi- for Oi'tob-or .11 1 !.'.':. Flax i-!d->'i! Io lower for October. i"..o lower for November ami uuchaus- � i {��:� 1 >c. ember. Winnipeg Markets l la's - Open CIov Ht'sti* RllV "-!!! !o I'i * i � J.:-..; .  ill il" .1. ; ,.-.;. *p 0.. : th. li'.n- pr' olimitute,! :m n at i!. !'.. !>.oicla^ l.i.-:i- F !!. I-lilt vill .1-,. i All 1 21 : i.e. ! .ami Hi. :>�! in S major. : aide-do., udri; s I.. �:i a; � 1 -.1: head'!'- i \o ill..- coi  o! >ll of "lay l-ll til V. Itll '.!'. >-Iial'.t - Ii.i'i !;� II N U'.M I.i-lit. Calkin ...ii-.l rank, : i II- will tut' mien to Sii i'mint-i." � r:i 11 k of info! ma- ,-, ..�|;|V. |c !i- Illi i.o'Ul. T. th- Siberian �.��ii wr � in-!'. v..'h :!:�� �vim enters �: tii � firof c. w. No l ! !�-.I . iarliy .". i' \V. !-.!.... eed Fia\ 1 N. 11:: ( Xo No. t f Feed .. -oil. '.O'i'j St', t ;i', W. 1"M: He Knew That She Knew was bt'St in 'oonfivtionpry -tliereforo he -always select oil A Box of Our Candy To ht� presented to h-r wiicn lie called. Our chocolates aro al/.vay-fresh and of the v-ry luv't nual-it y. IN BOXES- Nvlo, Ciinieron. lieauiiiont. Noiisou's. rase. & Shaw's. IN BULK- Moil's. Wilson's. CITY AND DISTRICT Former Lcthbridge Boy. lion t'o'pnian. former L-ethhrtdgro liny, ivho was buried alive at l'nsa-choniHielc is in the city on business. Trades and Labor Council. The regular fortnightly meetiiiK will bo held in the Labor Hall tomorrow i. Weiltiesday i ovonliiR. at o'clock. 10 >s DISCOUNT We Find Ourselves Overstocked in Stoves, Ranges & Heaters both coal and gas and have decided to offer for a few days only a special discount of 10% to cash buyers. Inspect our stock; you will not be urged to buy. Consumers' Hardware and Supply Company this afternoon at flvo o'clock to talk over preliminary organization matters. Is At Boulogne. Word has been received that Spt. Ivan Itlnyzer. recently reported wound-I j oil 1ms been admitted to the Convalescent hospital at lloulogno. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. 6uec3t�or* te Jackson A Co. Telephones S5S and 1232 Sherlock Building T S. t u'.par port Calgary Cattle Sepi. -j4. -Th- mail.1.': for n i a.- s'i'.l :!i.v to>"ay . ami L',.- off yi.'-frday-'-  figures, r, i ars wen- on sale, tint abij'.li .so were unloaii-d a: \:'.'.ns;ained greater -a> m vi-n-r-al ilisi-Hs,- thin r i r-i i .lit-.' at tin. Maun" of th- lilnixili st battl-.- Ui-r. -oMier broil,.the autumn ha- back asain. h-r voice from tii- uindy hilltop? :� -ailing ii-r name m vain; ii-\-r sliall w- to�-!li-r 'mid t!i-bird- and ihe blossoms roam r tii- hills ,,f lioinc. hroilitr, uve.-th- iiili.-t of home. Inserteil by hi-ii-r of Calvary. sister. Mr*. C IT. Limber Up Your Muscles K.C.'s Meet Tonight. Tlie K:iii;lits of Columbus will hold tin important in-etinK their club rooms uniiKlii. iueinbei'b are urg--d to be pies-tit. Case Remanded Joe Thomas. char;*-d with the theft of a K- for ;i 111. It partm-nt "Smash the .e stateiu-nt. .1 Slates War S'-ep on. Colby, in your foreign Kr.iv... Your li- gave Though w- did not set I loodby-. Now in Cod's keeping you safely lie. lor your country you noblv 1 you to say AR LOW'S EAT ARRET Phone 796 1110 SSxth Avenue S. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-6330 li-iiar'nir-iii. If. however, my (pioiipg siii 1". authority has grii-v.-d you, 1 , apologlz- io i):e full e\t-nt of jotirj grievi'.ine. ((. F fllSKNIiACII. ! i'i ' li UNDERTAKING We ace s-iliug our entire stock at lower prices. Call ami nee us. Our 1IO.MK MA Mi and FAC-TOnV OOODS tu sell at 11'L off. MOTOR EQUIPMENT MacKAY & MacKAY 80S 3rd Ave. (hone \WZ , i.etliliriilge N'over Clos � j Rain Over South. ! Mi'iiy of :.i- old lini-rs a; nig the annual September now -Mini � itidav tea* -o far iiutinni; nm r.iin i.,i-j tali-u. On Monthly .'no-iilug li:(-ie ( .'.a- a 'eady 'all of ram for -om>- 'iimr^ ;iml on Tu--ilav afiernoou tii-; pi-i ipitalioii stiir'ed again. The eoo) , e>i ci-,,;:.,-! t!;,� :i;fir.:!i !!:'' '.ve-!: 'foll'nn.i an unusually warm wave \ iliiririg til- first three weeks of fii-i llloJitll. Dear is th i.iid. bear is th fade. Sweet i- the thought that again ^nill meet. Kneeling log-iln spot \\her.e our hero is memory t hat never sliall we at .Jesus' feet. In broth �rt"d by his mother. -t. i.etlil.'iiilg-. sisters and -'111 Whether ir !>. the smooth, trained-to tii- minute muscles of the athlete, or th- bulging, knot-led muscles of the laborer, or the soft, delieat" musples l the woniaii or child, Rexall Rubbing Oil is guaranteed to give relief, to help allay the pain, remove the stiffness, add to the flexibility, re-duce the inflammation and swelling, soften, soothe, cool, and stimulate or cost you nothing. If it does not satisfy you, come bail; and get your money. Prices 25c, 50c, $1.00 11. HigiikolkiB t Co -- Limited Board of Trade Luncheon. All members of the. board of trad. [ council and other members of the I organization ai- notified of th- luncheon which will be. held in the Al-berta buffet on Thursday at l_':;)n. i As it is the intention to hold weekly i luncheons hereafter the members are i urged u� be pri'.->>.-!it. Those intending I to attend should notify tin.- secretary of 2 1 the board to that effect. ANNOUNCEMENT Alter the first of i.iiisi drive in I'oniiici ion with tin; j .lain - on Friday. Sept. 27. All whist1* players are invited to eonie and cn-j* joy themselves. The drive will com- > iin-nce at nine o'clock sharp. -ll-lj*!* A dance will he held in tl,e Hex ili-aire, Coaliiur.-t, Friday, Sept. 'J7. F!r-t class music, (ients "$l .nu, ladles free. livery body welcome. I'll-:! Whslrsals mr.i Rttall Chsmlsta. Phones 1515 and 322 i Transfers to Tanks. | Word has bo-h received that Ceo. ] McKillop, former Y.M.C.A. physical ! director, lias transferred from tii" TSfh li-pot l!:i!>'iv io a tank battalion and expects shortly to proceed overseas. I.O.O.F. to Meet. A special meeting tonight of Viaduct Lodge No. I.O.O.F. will be held In tlie Oddfellows Hall. All Oddfellows heartily welcomed. Members reiiuesi-d to bo present. Something of vita! interest to all. New Secretary Named. At the meeting oi tlie Retail Merchants' association in the Hoard of Trade rooms this morning. Jas. S. Itose was appointed secretary, vice .1. It. Oliver resigned. The association is putting on a campaign shortly for increased membership. Best Meats YOU CAN DEPEND ON US WHEN YOU PHONE YOUR ORDER. R. Coultry Phone 492 The Albsrtt Meat Market Canada Food Board License Number 8-28693. Moose Mest Tonight Meets Tuesday night, September 24th at 8.00 p.m., in Moosc Hal], Illg-Inbothem BlocK. What's th� matter with you fellows, anyway? If you are n "loyal'' Moose, prove it by your example. J)ld you Join the order Willi the Idea that tho other fellow was going to entertain you. He present at tho meetings, take an interest, in them, and in everything pertaining to tho order. It you hnve r. kick to register, do It on the floor ot the lodge. Don't lay around .watting to ba begged. He, a livo wire. Get in and do your bit towards putting "7i*2" where it belong" and where you want to seo It, 'Way up to! - (Contrlbutod). A few more recruits r are now required for FLOUR GOES UP FIFTY CENTS A BARREL Winnipeg. Sept. 2\ - The, millers' committee representing the milling IndiiHtry In Canada, at a meeting today, confirmed the schedule of prices for this year's Hour, advancing Ihe price i,n cents a barrel, The new price, will be $10.S7. a barrel. ? > * >c� Thanksgiving Services. I llarve�i. Festival Thanksgiving services wiil be held in Ihe S.A. Citadel Sunday, September 2!nh. The annual sale of a;ifi.k, Monday. Sept. ".nth at S:0n p.m. Proceeds will be devoted to tlie boys at the front. All welcome. Buys Ranch Near Knmloops. V. II. Fowler e.r tlie I.etbhridge district, 1ms bought, from T. lirayford his ranch at lleffley Creek, which was fQBJierly owned by Mr. Crawshaw. Fowler is an old friend of S. Dun-of the Telegram, and was his lest while in thu city.- Kaniloops Inland Sentinel. Hay & Feed F. 0. HYDE & CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 3-802 HANDS UP! | DRAFT APPLY AT ONCE R. N. W. M. Police Barracks Organizing for Victory Loan. ) C. I). Taprell of the central organ-' Izatlon eommiiteo of the province is' In the cily today in connection with' ihe coming Victory Loan campaign.' He met u committee of local business > > men at the Hoard of Trade building. i GREAT WAR VETERANS' ASSOCIATION Whist Drive and Dance AT 9.00 P.M. FRIDAY, September 27th REFRESHMENTS NEED'S ORCHESTRA ADMISSION 75c YOU WILL LIKE QUAKER BREAD WE USE A MIXTURE OF SUBSTITUTES IN QUAKER BREAD, BARLEY FLOUR GIVES FLAVOR, CORN FLOUR HELPS THE COLOR, OAT FLOUR AND OATMEAL KEEPS THE LOAF MOIST. QUAKER BREAD IS A MIGHTY GOOD BREAD AND YOU ARE HELPING TO SAVE WHEAT WHEN YOU SERVE QUAKER BREAD ON YOUR TABLE. John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE'NUMBER 5-879 The Twentieth Century Book Store -IS FULL OF NOVELTIES- J3ESIDES MODERN FICTION, REPRINTS, POETS, OXFORD BIBLES AND METHODIST, ENGLISH CHURCH HYMN BOOK8 WE HAVE DOLLS, LEATHER, IVORY, EBONY GOOD8. WRITING MATERIAL IN GREAT VARIETY. 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 61J Office Equipment and Stationery Stenographer's Note Books ......................... $9.85 per 100 Typewriter Carbon....................... >2.00 to $3.50 psr box Typewriter Ribbons .......................... 75c and $1.00 each Second Sheet3 ......................... $1.25 and $1.50 per 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVERALL & FRANKS Sin not Block Cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St. ;