Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
NCUDHEIMER PIANO* RDI80N PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "EvcrythinB Musical" S15 6th Street South Phon: 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD! GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 1Hh Street 8. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reason, able Prlcea. Experimental Farm Lamb, Ducks. Geese and Turkeys Fresh Oysters for Sale Today DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone Canada Food Board License Number 9-2C6-; 452 The Store of Quality, Service and Satisfaction You serve when you conserve, but when you save, save wisely. We are doing ouv utmost to keep our prices as low as p ossible. Therefore road slow, below. NEW COLUMBIA RECORDS For October JUST TO HAND. COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVER. THE KENNY & ALL1N CO., Ltd. &ten&�ti� Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONB 14*7 Pond Seedling Plums, 4 basket case, per case 1.45 Peaches, per cas? .......................... 1.90 Italian Prunes, per case ................... 1.75 Hyclop Crr.b Apples, per case .............. 2.7b Green Tomatoes, per e.i*e ................. 1.30 Flemish Beauty Pears, per case ............ 3.80 Rinc Tomatoes, per case ................ 1.10 Ont.vio Grapes, per basket ...................70 Ontario Cheese, per lb......................28 Creamery Cutter, per (b.......................50 Standard Apricots, evaporated. 10 lb. boxes. e.icb.................................... 2.40 Evapcated Bing Cherries, per lb.............21 White Cooking Figs, per lb...................16 North West Soda Biscuits, about 20 lbs. to the ho:\ per lb................................17 North West Sodas, per pkt...................32 Canada First Milk, per tin ..................13 Pumpkins, per lb............................04 SPECIAL ON LARD- 3's, per pail ............................ 1.03 5's, per pail ............................. 1.69 10's. per pail ............................ 330 20's. per pail ........................... 6.50 King Beach Raspberry Jam, 4's, per tin ......88 Vantoria Strawberry Jam, 2's, per tin ........43 McKay's Pearl Barley Flour, per tin .........53 Dutch Tea Rusks, per pkt...................17 Canned Pears, Harvest brand, 2's, per tin ... .25 Excelsior Dates, per pkt.....................20 Cartons, Rolled Oats. Purity, Robin Hood and Quaker, each .............................32 fiinger Snaps, per lb..........................19 Celery, per lb................................09 WE STILL HAVE A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF FRUIT JARS THE GOOD CO. High-Class Cash Grocers LIMITED CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER S-599 Phone 525 HUN DOESN'T LIKE !"M a.'i ittlolijircncc of.icer th-.i' lit' .iiil ii.i; i.link i: fair .if the ('.'.ii.ui'.ui :> "|;;-iikiii. iiiiul. ill' naively rcmatk'l flu? up could no! have cap :>!"'� I bill or iis fori,- by ;i frontal .ut.uk .'-t in.i.'.i to-ii.iv thir- Prussian coiiiin.tii.be- \\ ' of !iun>'.\ eharRed ahead and captured :inut!:i'r | loOu yards. Wi.eti tin- pii:�-i-rs close! j a useful -trip in' ground. �viih consid- ; cmbb- numbers of machine nuns, �n> , in our bauds with over tmi prisoners ; In one strongly fortifi-4 position the' entire garrison wiped our. > Among the prisoner.-' roundel up w.i- , a battalion commander, uhj angrily : | Another pr'*.>t��'r. a p.itj� cod i wander, admitted that ..'ipp'.ies c, , food and material are pathctic.il!) j lo>. in (b-nnany ami \ i"ti;. . i tiv ! in 11 ion that because of lit-.-. ,t� cr .;' I ] t;i i see any possibility ".' -:i -it>> :>: i lI'Tiimu arms. ! Still another officer in:-'pi,, tied i! .r ' w believer 111- "i-siii',efit was .itl.i' k-J . i* was by the Canadian- ; u I it" i,-marked that the tb-rniaii--. .j i i: | I'.'i.. prophesied slm; ii �., 0,1:.1 * n-iire a row boat to t.ike :i.o :- pri- �r- � "- lac -n iii.n'ly say tint flu-y hi.- i� ;iv-�i !y�-tl u-i tailways ami. iti-'s of rm,: aiii'i ', . !!:t Clo. 1 in Poultry Profits May be Multiplied Pon't be satisfied with halt way profits from your poultry nt this time. Prninoie the, production of opes 11 inl you will not only make money, but you will be aiding in the conservation ot food. CITY AND DISTRICT Oc.n Doe. Red Cross Donation e lion, treasurer lied Cross ?o.'-aci-i'.c.wledces with thanks dona-o; $."1 en from Mr. and .Mrs. C. R. Who Owns the Pig T'i� city police have a pic in tody vhicli tin- owner may Itavi a|pl>inK at the police Million. -,.lr by Prtitt's Poultry make the bens lay your entire flock condition. Powder will and will keep in a thrifty Cash Prices. C.W \V. UD', I t'.W 111.-,' , 1 no Price - 30c, 60cf $1.50, $2.00 and $3.00. Calgary Cattle. Sept. _'T. - There was a , if cattle of all description-i ^ lho yards are in a innpe?- j ~ Kirst cl.iss beef ---- well at from $1'J. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. 8uee*nor* to Jackson 4. Co. Telephone* 85S and 12)3 Sherlock Building Death of Comrey Man Medicine Hat News: Joseph lljorl;-1 lund. son of Mr. and Mrs Jonas lljork-I bind, of Comrey. Alia., passed away at itiie enteral Hospital. Medicine Hat. ';.->> September P'th. iiRcd :'.:'. years, ."i .months and 1". days. The young man died fioni pneumonia wtilch develop-i cd after a severe attack of appendiclt its will1" a' work in the bay fields of 1'akowki He was brought to the hospital, bu; the crisis found him in Pin !i % weak state that he succumbed to the di-e.ne .shortly after his j til rival. i ---- "IbcUevc that which if used Most in tbcHome should be the Best Obtainable." That* why most folks tmy the Bpund Oak Chief tongt! Some folks think that the value of a range is determined by the price. Experience has taught us that the value is measured by the quantity and quality of service the range actually renders in use. That's why the Round Oak Folks have built into the Chief Range every modern service and a few exclusive advr.nLi.cjcs not possessed by others. It is not enough to say it is an economical, even and perfect baker, or that it is the handsomest range, or that it uses less fuel or requires no blacking or that it will outwear any other. \Vc arc here not only to claim all these interesting facts, but to show them to you and explain why they arc so. When may wc have the opportunity? CONSUMERS', HARDWARE Co Sellers of Good Goods Only-IU^btly Priced GREAT DRAWING MONDAY. \Va-iiin�tou. Sept _'7. Monday. Sept. ;;ii. -ei by I'rovort Marshal-(Jencrnl Crowd'T today as the date for the national draft lottery to ib' termini' the order, in tile classes to winch liicy lie assigned, of the !;:.eu(i.-iiiio men troin lv to t\, who ri'i;is|e|-cd , for 'I electlM evict- Sept AR LOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue 5. CANADA POOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-6330 UNDERTAKING W� are sellinK our entire, stock at lower prlcea. Call and see us. Our HOME MA UK and FACTORY GOODS to sell &t 15% Off. MOTOR EQUIPMENT M.cKAY & MacKAY Sufi Srd Ave. S.. I.eihbrldKe Phone 1S0^ Nover Closed The true tonic, approved by the government of Alberta, analyzed and O.K.'d by them. Per Bottle, $1.00 and $1.75 v AT The MEDLEY DRUG Co. .. U. Hanna. the new ! Canadian .Northern railwby dirertor-, , ate appointed by the government met; there, this morniiiK nnd was in session ! tIlls afteriiuon. At the conclusion .Mr. j Hanna stated littie more than preliminary work had heen accomplished and the vice president* had not been icho:ien. It Is expected, however, that the vice presidents, will be A. .1. : Mitchell, in charge of the financial end, and M. II. MacLeod, in charge I of operation. FOURTEEN-MILE FRONT. London, Sept. �.7.- p.m i - The British at'acli toiluy on the Cam-brai front was made between Saiicby-Lestrie and Oouzcaucourt, a distance of it miles. IN MEMORIAM The Tortures of Eczema -ZINCOU- FOR ALL FORMS OF ECZEMA, SKIN IRRITATION, ERUPTION, CHAFING. ETC. lovitiK memory of our dear soti.i ftobejt Walker Miller, up- 1.", . who was killed in action on. Vneimalled children. One relief. for scalding in application brings AT BUY YOUR GIRLS' BOOTS THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MATINEE AT ORPHEUM TOMORROW AFTERNOON, CHAS. CHAPLIN, IN "THE CHAMPION" Admission, 5c 25c and 50c Jars PREPARED ONLY BY 1 I. Higiikolkia & Co - � Limited --- 'Albert*** Plsnter Dru|fl1*��* Whele�*te mr.4 Retail Chemleta, Phone* 1815 and 322 In I'tc year the Soninie front. Kranc am loday, Sept. I'T. 1!+1�;. The iiartliiK w,i* haul severe; We little? tlmiiKht the e:>.I w "lis only t'noM' who h.ue I tell The pains and mief of a b well. Inserted by hi?" and f.'ititily. IN MEMORIAM In memory of I'te. Alex led in action, September �7, 1.'�!�;. j When peace dawns over the countryside, (Mir thaulis shall be to the lads thnt died; Oh! Sorrowing hearts, can you hear Its JfII How the battle wus. won by the tu! the returned soldiers and the expecteMl after-toe war i mm Ik rants. \ general statement of the situation was Klveii by the Ottawa minister ;it the morniiiK ses.iloii of the confer-near, ' eiice and will be further discassed cau!"'1'1 local minister before be ' leaves the city. Mr. ('ah'.er will mala-a visit to the I'.ace Hiver country pnxt week and will then i;" Vb-toria mother I by way of I'rince I!ti|ien. 211-11--� I AMERICANS PURSUE DRIVE. | With the American forces North j west of Verdun, Sept. "7.---H p.tn.i - I'arl;, kill . illy the Associated I'ress.i- Cell, l'er- sbiiiR's forco- this mornlim continued tln-ir drive i!ftaiiiK( the Gurutan positions between the ArgoniiP forest anil the Hlver Meuse. Th� Atnerlca'is Increased their total of prisoners. They also ciititmeil Kuns mid other war material, but these have not yet been enumerated. The prisoners beloasfid lo various units and included a number ot ntfi-cers. WON'T STOP FIGHTING. Paris. Sept. J7. -that no instruction -Karl.iti applica'ion will lie Kiven tile It is tinderidood reKardftiK the Hnl-for an armistice military command ars : tine: fare era in Macedonia until there. |.t opportunity for consultation between I'rauce, Britain, the t'nited States. Italy and the other allies and that In the mean-time the military operations will continue. CLEANLINESS FIRST You're t,afe at the Sanitary Shop. Westbrook Bros, Opposite Bank of Mantraa) -' ANNOUNCEMENT A dance will be held In I'.uiKmann's ball. Litli street north, every Saturday nlRht. Two-piece orchestra ill attendance. It. liurKiiianit In ehaiKc Gents 7.j cents; ladles free with exception of the war tax. l'tt-1 BIG INCREASE IN FIRES. Toronto, Sept. �--Virtually .In per cent increase in the lire losses In the province during the past twelve month.- is shown in tlie reports for Aukusi. which have been received al the office of the provincial fire marshal. This Increase; Is due to fire in Industrial plants and wareiiuiises. During tile first elKht months of this year there were 7,0iii� fires, with a total loss of $!i,^ii.".,.'il7. The insured loss was S7,:'.r<7,'.�!ir. and the. uninsured loss Is ?1.9L'7,6;i. The Conservatory Concert Orchest-(ra will resume practice Wednesday ; tr. fiiiiiK, Oct 'in<\. at s.:so. All amateur j niiihlcloiis not already members and 'who enjoy playing an orchestral in JHtrument should ('(iriimunleute with I the conductor on or before that date 'hi the Conservatory of Music, phone J 7�;r�. 2H-2 BORN I I (,'ltOLI. At the residence. ft20 10th' I SI. S.. on Se|iteiuber 25, lo Mr. and � Mrs. (ieorge (iroll, a ilauithter, Mar-j Ktirot Yvonne. 2-1-1-1 I CARD OF THANKS I Mr. and Mrs. ('has. .1. Phillips wish to thank their many frionds for IIk-'i-j klr.d fits and words of sympathy in! their recent, sad bereavement. 2-14-21 EMPSESS STARTING MONDAY DIVORCE One marriage, out of every twelve results iu divorce, ne-<-online to (iovertimeni Statistics. .Some of the < noses and con-�ei|Uenl hilffeilnK5 are Rraphic-ally shown in the William l-'ox presentation of - "The Blindneu of Divorce" : : : : Written and Directed by Crank Lloyd. THE WOMAN ALWAYS PAYS Best Meats YOU CAN DEPEND ON US WHEN YOU PHONE YOUR ORDER. R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meet Market Canada Food Botrd Lice at* Number 8-28693. Hay & Feed F. 0. HYDE & CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th fit. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRJDQB CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 3-S02 GREAT WAR VETERANS' ASSOCIATION Whist Drive and Dance AT 9.00 P.M. FRIDAY, September 27th REFRESHMENTS NEED'S ORCHESTRA ADMISSION 75c A Mighty Good Loaf-QUAKER BREAD QUAKER BREAD 13 VERY LITTLE DARKER WITH THE SUBSTITUTES. SKILLFUL BLENDING OF THE FLOUR AND SUBSTITUTES AND CAREFUL ATTENTION WHILE THE OOUGH IS RISING, COM-BINED WITH PROPER BAKING HELPS THE COLOR WONDERFULLY. DOUGHS WITH SUBSTITUTES IN THEM REQUIRE TO BE KEPT COOLER AND WORKED OFF QUICKER AND WHAT IS MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL THEY REQUIRE VERY THOROUGH BAKING. YOU SHOULD BE USING QUAKER BREAD MADAM. John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER M7I 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. 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE til Office Equipment and Stationery Stenographer'* Note Booke.........................W-K P�r 100 Typewriter C�rbon ........................$2.00 to $3.60 per b*X Typewriter Ribbons .......................... 7Sc and $1.00 each Second Sheet* ......................... $1-25 and $1.S0 ;ier 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVER ALL & FRANKS Sinnot Block Cor. 4th Ave. and Sth St.