Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
NORDHEIMCR PIANO* KDI80N PHONOGRAPHS AS8INIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. . 1 "Everything Musical" %"�15 8th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE BAILY HERALD! GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street 8. Phone 14M Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reason-able Prleei. ' � No. 1 PORK, BEEF and MUTTON 9 *S**'V - DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-2864 REPRINT BOOKS We have now in stock a magnificent line of books by such well known writers as Rex Beach, Harold Bell Wright, Mary Roberts Rine-hart, B. M. Bower, Zarie Grey, Robert W. Chambers, Gene Stratton Porter, Jack London and many others. Selling at 85c each THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEt PHONE 1487 FARM LANDS CITIES SUBJECT 1 town-planning has been proposed, t Thomas Adams, of the commission j ot conservation, supported the cities j on the ground of public health interests. Ex-Mayor Sinnott of Calgary, opposed the scheme, claiming that the taxation on farm lands within the city limits was extreme and that the only j fair way would be to reduce the rate to that agreed upon when the property was taken into the limits. Have You Secured all the Fruit You Need for Canning? IF NOT, WE CAN STILL QUOTE you THE FOLLOWING: Peaches, per case ____ .................t I Flemish Beauty Peart, per case ........... 3.85 Italian Prunes, per case..................1.75 Green Tomatoes, per 40 lb. case ............ 1.35 Hyslop Crab Apples, per case ............... 3.00 I � r � � Pond Seedling Plums, per 4 bskt case.......1.95 , | Pickling Cucumbers, per case .............. 1.85 WE EXPECT our FIRST SHIPMENT OF CONCORD GRAPE8 THIS WEEK. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers Canada food board license number 8-599 Phone 525 .'Edmonton. Sept, 14.-The public Tltility commission of the Alberta government :s giving a hearing today to rofcresentatives of the four leading cities of the province and interested property owners on the question of outside acreage and tax arrears. C. J. Ford, city solicitor for Calgary, as spokesman for the city.' presented at .the morning session, a list resolution II MOUNTED POLICE Winnipeg, Sept. 24.-The market was dull today. There was a good demand for all coarse grains offering, but receipts are still light. Oats closed %c lower for October and %c lower for December. Barlev closed 4%c lower for October a^ 113^. Flax closed lc lower for October, 2�>c lower for November and unchanged for December. Winnipeg Markets Oats- Open Close Oct........... Dec........... Barley- Oct........... Flax- Oct........... Nov........... Dec. .'......... Cash Prices Oats- S4*% sS% S2% 120 ' 1131.* 391 390*4 385 381% 377 37G No. 3 C. W. 84 U ............. S4% Feed.. 79Vi No. 2 C. W. Sl% Extra No. 1 Feed..... Xo. 1 Feed.. S2% No. Barley-- No. 3 C. W. 113 No. 4 C. W. 10S% Rejected____100 Feed ... ... 99 Flax-No. 1 N. V/. C. Calgary Cattle Calgary, Sept. 24.-The market for cattle was still slow today and ..395 Begins, Sept. 24.-Superintendent ..'previously agreed-upon, the^gist of j Worsley, R.X.W.M.P.. has been ap- 'which was that the matter be left in ; pointed to command the force recruit-..abe.vance for the time being and the ! ed here for service in Siberia. He will '.'..applications now pending adjourned ! bold the rank of major. Superintendent qun*H the meeting of the legislature j A. W. Duffus, aide-de-camp to Sir, vesterdav'i fieures ^an amendment to the act wil, be j ^^^ot'^^^^!^ iS&i? J^l* JV� redu"!�" m }T I Lieut! R. Douglas,' Lient. T. S. Belch-lfe?J^d tbat^back taxes should not be ; e. Lleut. p. H. Franch and Lieut. T. ^compromised, but that the assess-1 CalMn ^ni also" go with the Siberian >m,enton farm lands should be lowered | force. Au lieutenants named were in-.to,the basis of value for farm purpos- j spectors in tie R.N.W.M.P.. with the exception of Lieut. Calkin, -who enters the commissioned ranks for the first time today. He Knew That She Knew what was best in-confectionery -therefore he ^always selected A Box of Our Candy To ,be presented, tc her when he called. - Our chocolates . arc always fresh and of the very best quality. IN BOXES- Nylo, Cameron, Beaumont, Neilson's. Page & Shaw's. IN bulk- Moir's. Neilson's. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co. Telephones '.655 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Former Lethbridge Boy. Don Colpinaii, former Lethbridge boy, who was buried alive at Pass-cheudaele is in the city on business. Trades and Labor Council. The regular fortnightly meeting will be held in the Labor Hall tomorrow (Wednesday) evening, at S o'clock. o o 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. ^^j^^M^. Inspect our stock; you will not be urged to buy. Consumers9 Hardware and Supply Company this afternoon at five o'clock to talk over preliminary organization matters. Is At Boulogne. Word has been received that Sgt. Ivan Glayzer, recently reported wound ed has been admitted to the Couvales cent hospital at Boulogne. ->es*.only. Speculative values are to be eliminated if this plan is approved 'and. a definite policy of improved Subscriptions For all magazines, taken at publishers prices and delivery guaranteed. Robertson's Book Store LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK f" '' PHONE 1265 ', THE GREAT WAR VETERANS' ASSOCIATION M ARLOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-6330 Gentlemen: In my first letter to the Herald I referred to conditions during the first j year of the war. which seems' to have caused considerable unrest, so I emote here verbatim what I paraphrased in my. letter: "During the first year of the war one nation had more men disabled from ' venereal disease than from wounds and disabilities incident upon warfare. A regiment stationed in a training camp sustained greater casus iiies from venereal disease than i did another (recruited at. the same time) in one of the bloodiest battles j of the war." I United States War Dapartment ! Pamphlet No. 4, called "Smash the i Line." Page 1. Your recourse for the statement, gentlemen, is the United States War Department. If, however, my quoting such authority has grieved you, I apologize to the full extent of your grievance. O. F. URSENBACH. 10 of these were unloaded at 1:30 and were not on sale when the market re port was given out. Top beef from $12 to #12.75; fat cows up to $8.00; stock.-ers, JS.25 to ?9.00 and no hogs on sale. DealeiB quote $19.76 as pri-j3 off cars tor selects. IN MEMORIAM. UNDERTAKING j We . ate selling our entire 5 stock at � lower prices. Call and v'see us. ; Our HOME MADE and FAC-teiTORY GOODS to sell at 15% : off. * MOTOR EQUIPMENT MacKAY&MacKAY fi" 803 r3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge ^Plidne 1802 Nover Closed Rain Over South. Many of the old timers are predicting the annual September snow storm today but so far nothing but rain has fallen. On Monday morning there wa3 a steady fall of rain for some hours, and on Tuesday afternoon the precipitation started again. The coolest weather of the month this week followed an unusually . warm wave during the first three weeks of the month. In loving memory of Lance-Corp. John Thompson who was reported missing Sept. 24, 1916, but presumed to have died on that date, ? �> ? > ? > > Transfers to Tanks. Word has been received that Geo. McKillop, former Y.M.C.A. physical director, has transferred from the 7Sth. Depot Battery to a tank battalion and expects shortly to proceed overseas. I.O.O.F. to Meet. A special meeting tonight ot Viaduct Lodge No. 53 I.O.O.F. will be held in the Oddfellows Hall. All Oddfellows heartily welcomed. Members requested to be present. Something of vital interest to all. New Secretary Named. At the meeting of the Retail Merchants', association in the Board ot Trade rooms this morning, Jas. S. Rose was appointed secretary, vice J. R. Oliver resigned. The association is putting on a campaign shortly for increased membership. Thanksgiving Services. Harvest Festival Thanksgiving services will be held in the S.A. Citadel Sunday, September 29th. The annual sale of gifts, Monday, Sept. 30th at 8:00 p.m. Proceeds will be devoted to the boys at the front. All welcome. Buys Ranch Near Kamloops. F. I-r. Fowler of the Lethbridge district, has bought from T. Brayford his ranch at Heffley Creek, which was erly owned by Mr. Crawshaw. ' 'pwler is an old friend of S. Dun-fS>f the Telegram, and was his ISs't while in the city.-Kamloops Inland Sentinel. Organizing for Victory Loan. C. D. Taprell of the central organization .committee of the province is in the city today in connection with the coming Victory Loan campaign. He met a committee of local business men at the Board of Trade building YOU WILL LIKE QUAKER BREAD WE USE A MIXTURE OF SUBSTITUTES' IN QUAKER BREAD. BARLEY FLOUR GIVE8 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. ''I- John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers' CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE ^NUMBER 5-879 To Speak to U.F.A.'era. On Friday evening next an important meeting of Bast Lethbridge Local U.F.A. will'be held when Mr. F. W. Peters, commissioner of irrigation will be present and will explain the irrigation act, especially in regard to the organization of lateral associations. All the members of the local are urged to be present to hear this matter discussed. Red Cross Annual Meeting. The annual general meeting of the CLEANLINESS FIRST . You're safe at the Sanitary Shop. West brook Bros, Opposite Bank of Montreal Best Meats YOU CAN DEPEND ON US WHEN YOU PHONE' YOUR ORDER. R. Coultry Phone 492 The Albert* Meat Market Canada Food Board License Number 8-28693. Lethbridge branch of the Red Cross society will be held In the'Y.M.C.A, on Tuesday evening, October 1st at eight o'clock. A Urge attendance is requested as matters of Importance are to be discussed. Reports of com-; mlttees and officers for the past year1 will he given and the annual election of officers will take place. 1- siKlii Moose Meat Tonight ' ~~': \ Meets Tuesday night, September 24th at 8.00 p.m., In Moose Hall, Hig. inbotham Block. What's the matter with you fellows, anyway? It you are a "loyal" Moose, prove it by your example. Did you join the order -with the Idea that the other fellow was going to entertain you? Be present at the meetings, take an interest In them, and in everything pertaining to the order. If you have 8 kick to register, do it on the floor ot the lodge. Don't lay around .waiting to be begged- Be a live wire. Get in and do your bit towards putting "792" where it belongs and where you want to see it, Way up to!-(Contributed). y Hay & Feed F. 0. HYDE & CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 3-802 HANDS DP! Recruits A few more recruits are now required for APPLY AT ONCE R.N. W.M. Police The Twentieth Century Book Store -IS FULL OF NOVELTIES- RESIDES MODERN FICTION, REPRINTS, POETS, OXFORD BIBLES AND METHODIST, ENGLISH CHURCH HYMN BOOKS WE HAVE DOLLS; LEATHER, IVORY, EBONY GOODS, WRITING MATERIAL IN GREAT VARIETY. 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 61S Office Equipment and Stationery Stenographer's Note Books......................... $9.85 per 100 Typewriter, Carbon .........A............. S2.00 to $3.50 per box Typewriter Ribbons.........................."Mc and $1.00 eaeh Second-Sheets'.-.......................... $1.25 and $1.50 per 1,000 ; EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVERALL & FRANKS Slnnot Block Cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St.