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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NORDHEIMER PIANOS BOISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" 315 6th Street. South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD J george morgan house decorator 1 064 11th Street 8. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work bona at Reason. abla Prices., '.. ' " No. 1 PORK, BEEF and MUTTON DELAN Y'S Me,at 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 writers as Rex Beach, Harold Bell Wright, Mary Roberts Rine-hart, B. M. Bower, Zane Grey, Robert W. Chambers, Gene Stratton Porter, Jack London and many others. Selling at 85c each THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT OALLAS HOTEL Store phoni Conforming With Order Made by the Chief Factories' ; i Inspector for Province J. R. Oliver, of the Retail Merchants' association, in a letter to the Herald, says: : "Your story in last night's Herald of the meeting of the Retail Merchants Association coupled with re-marks' heard by your reporter in the street is entirely misleading. ; .The association meeting acted according to instructions from Edmonton as contained in the following order from the Chief Factories Inspector -dated September 18th, 1918, as follows: "For-reasons of trade (Section 26. of the Factories Act) the chief officer hasr granted an extension of the Saturday day shift in shops to nine p.m. "Total working hours on Saturday must not exceed eleven. - "The ending of the shift at sir p. m. on-other days of the week must For all magazines, taken at publishers prices and delivery guaranteed, Robertson's Book Store LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK PHONE 1265 ARLOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue 8. CANADA POOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-6330 UNDERTAKING We' are selling our entire stock at,lower prices. Call and ' gee us. �' Our HOME MADE and FACTORY GOODS to sell at 15% off. MOTOR EQUIPMENT ' MacKAY & MacKAY j 803 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge 1Phone 1802' , Nover Closed be more strictly adhered to. "Ruling to be effective for duration of the war if the Factories Act remains as it is." This is a matter of public interest you: printed in your paper of last Saturday at the request of the Chief Factory Inspector, and we certainly understood that the duty of the press is to report meetings according to fact and not made up of yarns from a combination of official reports and hear- TWO KILTIES ARE That nart at least of Leth-bridge's own battalion, the Highlanders, have been doing good work in the recent fighting on the west front is indicated by the fact that in the list of Canadians decorated, as announced today, the names of two Kilties' appear. They are Sergt. Joseph Bailey and Corp. Ernest Arthur Bissell, both of whom enlisted here. They have won the Military Medal for bravery and good work in the past two months' fighting. Ottawa, Sept. 25.-It it officially announced by Hon. C. C. Ballantyne, minister of naval service, that Sir Arthur Harris,.' who has-been acting since 1916 for the Canadian government as director of overseas transport; has how been made-director-general, British ministry of shipping for Canada. Sir Arthur has, however, kindly consented to keep in touch with the minister of naval service and officials, to co-operate in every possible way. It is a striking tribute to Sir Arthur Harris' ability and knowledge of shipping matters that he has been eelectt ed by Sir Joseph MacLay, British minister ol. shipping, to act as British director-general in Canada. This is a most important post. PW STRIKE IS NOT SETTLED New Glasgow, N.S. Sept. 24.-All the negotiations tending toward the settlement of the strike in the Fictou collieries have so tar ended in naught neither is there much hope of an immediate termination of the labtor trouble held out. The miners are adverse to ft. board of conciliation and would much prefer acceptance of their demand and let the question of the cost of living and other things that enter into the difficulty be discussed later. Mr. Compton, the government arbitrator, is diligently endeavoring to arrive at a solutlot and he may be,suc-ceBSfiil,' but the task is not a simple one. There is not as yet any great shortage felt locally, the Cape Breton collieries supplying a large quota daily. GREAT WAR VETERANS' ASSOCIATION Whist Drive and Dance ' AT 9,qp P.M FRIDAY, September 27th NEED'S ORCHESTRA REFRESH*,*;',^-,, t\g, severi. tested in Cu. -ADMISSION 75c ' IF ITS FRUIT YOU WANT CONSULT US % ALSO GROCERIES WE BUY IN LARGE OUANTIT IES, AND SINCE WE HAVE ADOPTED OUR NEW CASH SYSTEM, AND ELIMINATED THE EXTRA EXPENSE OF DOInV^USINESS; WE ARE ABLE TO QUOTE PRICES .AT A FIGURE THAT MAKES THE PUBLIC WONDER HOW IT CAN BE DONE therefore, Watch our business grow We managed to secure, about 60 cases of Pond Seedling Plums in AI condition.  i While they last, per 4 basket case, at....... ____ .......... $1.60 THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers Canada food board license number s-599 Phone 525 MARKETS Winnipeg, Sept. 25.-The market was dull today. Oats closed %c lower for October and unchanged for December. , Barley closed lie lower for October. Flax closed %c lower for October; %c lower for November and 3,4e.lower for December. Winnipeg Markets Oats- Open Close Oct............. 84% S4% Dec............. 82Vi S2% Barley- act.......... ... 113^4 113 Flax- Oct............. 390 3S9Vj Nov............. 381 Dec............. 375% Cash Prices Oats- �S'o. 2 C. W. 87% No. 3 C. W. S4% Extra No. 1 Feed ............. 84% No. 1 Feed.. 82% No. 2 Feed.. 79% Barley- No. 3 C. W. 113% No. 4 C. W. 10S?i Rejected____100 . Feed......99 Flax-No. 1 N. W. C.................3"94 Calgary, Sept. 25.-The yards today were full of cattle and trading was slow. Prices for fat ranged about the same as yesterday, with stockers and feeders a trifle easier. There were no hogs on the market, but dealers quote 119.75, off cars. Top beef, $12.50 to $12.75; fat;cows up to $8. TAX INCOME FROM CANADA'S WAR BOr Toronto, .Sept. 25.-Industrial concerns that have invested heavily in Dominion war bonds will have to pay income tax on the dividends received, unless the county judge or. the Ontario railway and munition board reverses the decision of thecourt of revision. The Massey-Harris company and the Canadian General Electric company appealed to the court here today against an income assessment of 11,000,000 andj. $3,155,000, respectively, on. war bonds. Each company raised the point of the power of the city to assess them for income tax, contending that all industrial concerns were expressly exempted therefrom, as they had to pay business tax. ' Despite this special pleading, the court unanimously ruled that such holdings were properly assessed. Poultry Profits May be Multiplied Don't be satisfied with half way profits from your poultry at this time. Promote the production of eggs and you will not only make money, but you will be aiding in the conservation of food. Pratt's . Poultry Powder will make the hens lay and will keep your entire flock in a thrifty-condition. Price - 30c, 60c, $1.50, $2.00 and $3.00. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson A Co. Telephones 655 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Case Re-opened. The Seidel case was re-opened in supreme court this afternoon with a new jury empanelled. Clean Slate There was a clean slate" at the city police court this morning, a rare thing these days. Ballantyne in Town Harry Ballantyne. western field secretary for the Y.M.C.A., arrived in the city this afternoon from .Edmonton. MORE DECORATIONS FOR CANADIAN- OFFICERS London, Sept. 25.-The following decorations have been awarded Canadians: Distinguished Service Order: Lleut.-Col. Edward Spencer Doughty, Calgary, for ensuring complete success of a raid, resulting in the capture of many of the enemy, with three machine guns and.a trench mortar. Second Bar to Military Cross: . Capt. Clarence Young, of the Imperials, formerly of the Canadian medicals. Yfhen all the officers had, he-come casualties and when the aid post was almost surrounded, Capt. Young succeeded in evacuating many wounded despite continuous heavy fire. Capt. William George Barker, Royal Air Forces, formerly of the Canadian Mounted Rifles, who already holds the D.S.O. His latest decoration was gained for attacking eight Boche machines and shooting down two. On another occasion, when he was attacked by seven, he shot down one. He also burned two balloons. Limber YdfkMuscles Whether it be the smooth, trained-to-the-minute muscles of the athlete, or the bulging, knotted muscles of the laborer, or the soft, delicate musplea tot the woman or child, Rexall Rubbing Oil is guaranteed to give relief, to help allay the pain, remove the stiffness, add to the flexibility, reduce the inflammation and swelling, soften, soothe,' --cool, and stimulate-or cost you nothing. If it does not satisfy you, come back and get your money. Prices 25c, 50c, $1.00 1I. Higiflkolbam & Co 11 1 Limited --- TO* SfeflSfl Soom "Alberta* Plantar Druggists* Whelcisala ait4 Retail Chemists, Phones 1515 and 322 Postoffice at Skiff A postfllce has been opened at Skiff, a new town east of Stirling. Wni. DeMers is to be postmaster. B. of T. Luncheon There will be a board of trade luncheon at the Alberta Cafe tomorrow at 12.30. Belgian Relief The following contributions to the Belgian Relief Fund, are acknowledged: A Belgian, $2.00; Girls' Belgian RelieE Club, $60.00. No Exemptions Allowed Applications for exemption by J. Amlin and R. S. Beat.tie Bow Island, have been refused. United Prayer Meeting A united prayer meeting will be held this evening at 8 o'clock at the Union church. All members of other churches are urged to be present. Mother of Whitla Farmers Mrs. Margaret Emerson: mother of Robert, William and David Emerson, farmers in the vicinity of Whitla, and George, who is overseas, died at Medicine Hat. Barons Red Cross The Barons branch of the Canadian Red Cross society announces the change in the date for their annual business meeting which will be Oct. 3rd, instead of Sept. 26. a3 was an-i nounced a few days ago. All persons interested in this work-are invited to attend this meeting. Mr, Kingston's Condition �Mrs. E. W. Kingston and sons wish to thank the kind enquiries after Mr. Kingston and beg to state that cable received reports that Mr. Kingston was wounded in the eye and leg. He Is progressing as favorably as can be expected. Attention Boys! The attention of boys in the city between 10 and 14 years of age Is called to the fact that the free gymnasium classes at the "Y" are opening for the fall and winter season. Enrollments should be made as quickly as possible. Ann)versary Services The Pentecostal assembly will hold anniversary services in their Mission hall at 205 13th St. N., on Sept. 28 and fcsth. There will be four meetings, one on Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 1.30 a.m., 3 and 7.30 p.m. Evangelist M. P. Swan from Minot, North Dakota, will be present to assist in meetings. PUNISHMENT FITS THE CRIME. Judge: You are charged with profanity. Prisoner: How can that be, your honor, when I was arrested for getting rid of it? Judge: Ten days for swearing. Thirty days for that joke.-Boston Transcript. Bolshevik Soldier: Why do you awake me to bring me this uniform? Orderly: It is your turn to be the general today, sire.-Life. Getting Passports Advices have reached the city that parties requiring passports, will have to communicate with Immigration Ag-i etit Craig or J. Bruce Walker, Winni-|peg. Representations are being made to Ottawa that some official should be , delegated to issue passports at Leth-[ bridge, as it will be a great inconvenience to travellers to have to secure passports from Calgary or Winnipeg. Want Road Improved . The following resolution was passed by the Turin U.F.A. Local 192: Resolved by Turin Local U.F.A. that the provincial government put the . road from the Little Bow river to Coaldale in good order as the grade between A Real Conservation Loaf is Quaker Bread QUAKER BREAD IS A BETTER EATING LOAF 24 HOURS OLD THAN IT IS FRESH. THE USE OF SUBSTITUTES KEEPS THE LOAF MOIST AND GIVES IT A SWEET NUTTY FLAVOR THAT NEED ONLY BE TASTED TO BE APPRECIATED. THERE IS NEVER ANY HARD CRU8TS LEFT OVER WHERE QUAKER BREAD IS SERVED. 8EE THAT THE .DRIVER LEAVES YOU ENOUGH BUT NO MORE. John Gilmore, Limited^ Bakers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 5-879 o o We Find Ourselves Overstocked in 'V Stoves, Ranges & Heaters both coal and gas and have decided to offer for 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVER ALL & FRANKS Slnnot Blook Cor. 4th Ave. and:5th St, 41 ;