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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta l"il*L NORQHCfMER PIANOS MtOISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC^ CO., LTD. '. "Everything Musical" SIS Oth Street South Phone 1545 GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street 8. Phone .1483 Prompt �na*\Reliable Work Done at Ronton* � able Prleee. - Experimental Farm Lamb, Ducks, Geese and Turkeys 7 Fresh Oysters for Sale Today DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-2664 NEW COLUMBIA RECORDS For October JUST TO HAND. COME IN anj3 LOOK THEM-OVER. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL I Store phone ,1487 THE STORE OF QUALITY, SERVICE AND SATISFACTION WE HEAR IT so often, "my but you are bu SY." YES, there is a reason, viz., by giving THE public the advantage^ of the saving through our new system. We still have Red Hyslop Crab Apples, finest for Jelly Making, per case ... $3.75 THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canaoa food board license number 8-599 Phone 525 Swapping Wives and Husbands Common as Swapping Horses "Swapping wives and husbands has become as common as swapping horses in our country," declared Supreme "Conrt Justice Frederick E. Crane of Brooklyn, from the bench. "Marriage is the 'cheapest thing there is under our laws," he said. "Marry one day and come back the next day and get divorced." The dangers of divorce are start-liugly shown in the wonderful pho-todrama of today "THE BLINDNESS OP DIVORCE." which will be shown nt ttje Empress Theatre, commencing today.-Advertisement. BUY YOUR GIRLS'BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE Note Papers We have, just received a large stock of .colored note papers, plain and "gilt edges- Robertson's Book Store LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK PHONE 1265 ARLOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 796 "' 1110 Sixth' Avenue s. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9^6330 UNDERTAKING We are selling our entire stock a.1 lower prices. Call and see us. Our HOME MADE and FACTORY GOODS to sell at 15% Off. MOTOR EQUIPMENT MacKAY & MacKAY 803 3rd Ave. ,S., Lethbridge Phone 1802 Nover Closed I At this morning's session of the city  council a request was received from the Retail Merchants' association asking that the early closing bylaw be amended calling for closing at sis o'clock on the first five days of the �week and at nine o'clock on Saturday, and that the bylaw be strictly enforced. No action was taken, pending an effort by City Solicitor Ball to secure further information. He wants to know what is to be done concerning evenings preceding) holidays. A communication was received from Commissioner Meech_ containing a report of the conference at Edmonton last week dealing with farm lands within city limits. The report was j tabled. . Winnipeg. Sept. 30.-The cash markets were dull today with "little demand. \ . . Oats c(osed ^c lower for October and 1 Mellower for December. Barley closed l%c-4ower for October and l*4c lower for December. Flax closed %c higher for October;! unchanged for November^ and %c' higher tor December. Winnipeg Markets Oats- Open Close Oct............. 83% J8% Dec............. .SO 78% Barley- Oct............. 110 10SU Dec."............. 108 Vi 108% Flax- Oct............ 379 i 3S0 Nov............. 36S% 369V> Dec............. 363% 364 CASH PRICES No. 2 C.W...........�..... S6% (No other quotes.) Barley- !.W.. .lOS^a No. 4 CAV;. No. Rejected and Feed Flax- No. 1 S1V.C. .103.% . 98 ..390 IE Hot Water Bottles There' are so many uses for such: a household necessity that no one should deny themselves of their usefulness. ' Ours axc sold -with an absolute guarantee,, as to quality. The seams are reinforced and each Hot Water Bottle is of full capacity. Let us show you our complete line of rubber goods. We feel sure it will appeal to you. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. * Successor* to Mackson & Co. Telephones 8SB and 1232 Sherlock Building / CITY AND DISTRICT Meet Tonight The Ministerial Association will hold a meeting;tonight. Leaving Today J. R. Oliver expects to leave this afternoon to take up 'his new duties at Point Grey. ^ Red Cross Meeting The .Red Cross will hold its annual general meeting tomorrow (Tuesday) evening at the Y.M.C.A. at 8 o'clock.,! 'Resume Business The Scott Fruit Co. commenced business again today following the fire, having taken the- vacant"1" warehouse in the same building. Stores Open Wednesday The weekly half holiday which has been in effect- all summer has been cancelled, and all stores in the city will be open Wednesday afternoon. E CARL PROSSER GETS First Boy In Alberta to Receive It-Judge Jackson Made � Presentation A very interesting feature of the services-in Wesley church last evening was the presentation of a War Service badge by Judge;,Jackson, President of the local Red Cross association, to Carl Prosser of the Wesley Boy Scouts, in an exceedingly interesting address. Judge Jackson stated how the war had presented a call for service unsurpassed in any generation. Our soldiers who are fighting at the front, fight for us and for world democracy. Those nt home have been urged to serve by increased production and increased economy. At the outbreak of the war those in charge of the Red Cross work made an appeal tor women workers but when the demands increased they asked for help among the boys and girls. To stimulate work among the Boy. Scouts a special War Service badge was pre*| sented to -any boy doing 84 hours of war service. Carl Prosser is the first boy in Lethbridge to receive such a badge and so far as is known, the first in Alberta. In presenting the badge the judge expressed hopes that the example of,Carl'Prosser might stimulate "such service among all boys. Col, ? > o *+ ? > > ; > > > > . * : WARSHIP SAFE * ? coast, has arrived safely at a ? > announced today. * > * : ** * : : *�>>> : > LETHBRIDGE TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL Doughty Writes Relatives How Lieut. Buchanan" Met Hi^ Death Letters received by the family from friends of Lieut. R. W. Buchanan in the fighting lines tell of the way in which he came to his death. ^ Col. Doughty writes that "on the morning of Aug. 23, the Germans were evacuating Neuville Vitasse. Many of our patrols were out, keeping in touch with the enemy. Lieut? Buchanan had command of a big patrol which was closely in \ouch with the enemy for some considerable .time. While nearing our objective and while crossing an open bit of ground, a machine gun suddenly opened up-on this* patrol, killing Lieut. Buchanan and' some of his men."' Col. 'Doughty states that Lieut. Buchanan was always full_pf cheery optimism, and was a great favorite with everyone. * Lieut. Buchanan is buried in the Canadian cemetery at Wailly, a few miles southwest ot Arras. HAVE REGISTERED Saturday Was Last Day and They Failed to Come Up to Scratch L of THE CIVIC EMPLOYEES OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE WEDNESDAY NEXT, OCT. 2nd AT EIGHT O'CLOCK IN THE LABOR HALL Matters'of vital interest will be discussed and ail employees of the city should attend. "; ' . \ PON'T FORGET, WEDNESDAY NEXT, IN THE LABOR HALL Saturday was the last day for the' registration of -Americans between the ages of 21 and 31. Registration of Americans, between 18 and 21 and between 31 and 45 will continue up tin but not including Oct. 12. So far none of the Mennonites in the colonies centering on Lethbridge have registered. Whether any went to the American consul's office at Calgary for that purpose has Dot been learned, but it is believed they made no effort to register, preferring to come under the Canadian act. Up to date 1700 Americans have been registered hers. M. P. Johnston, American consular agent at this point returned yesterday from a'trip to Minneapolis and other States* points. He says that everyscobnth the U. S. is getting deeper into the war, and it is theJntention there to continue to put ^men into khaki whether an armistice is signed with any of the enemy nations or not. By May 1st next it is hoped to have all. the Class 1-men of the September registration in the training camps. "The Tooth B3rBh That; Does Not Shed" A KLENZO TOOTH BRUSH is the first aid for the pressr-vation of your toeth and if used with (regularity will keep your mouth sanitary,. thus making your general -health better and your'danger from infectious dis-, eases less. Klenzo- Tooth Brushes "are made of the very-best materials obtainable, by the most skillfjl workmen in the world and come in twelve different sizes. Sanitary-Ventilated Sanitary-Perforated Solid backs-curved, straight and penetrating bristles. 50c If the bristles come out we will give you your money back. 1 8. Higiebothara & Co -- Limited The "Alberta's Plana*? Druggists* Whslcsala and Ratal! Chemists. Phones 1515 and 322 ' Opening New Library The employees of Gait Mines are opening a new library this* evening on 13th Street North at S oclock. His worship the mayor, will officiate at the opening and Commissioners Freeman and Meech wiir be present. -Meeting of Retail Clerks An important meeting of retell clerks of this city is called for tomorrow, Tuesday evening, at eight o'clock in the Sons of England hall. All retail^ clerks are asked to attend. Very important business to discuss. * Salvation Army Harvest Service In the Citadel tonight at 8 oclock a short program, will be given, before the sale of fruit and vegetables; re; freshments will be served in the in� teryal. Proceeds" towards the Christmas boxes for the Lethbridge boys at the front, all are .welcome. "IbehcvtdiMt which is used MostinlbcHome should be the Best Obtainable" 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 modem service and a few exclusive advantages 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 ft uses less fuel or re- ?uires no blacking or that it will outwear v any other. Ve are here not only to claim all these interesting facts, but to show them to you and explain why .they are so. Whefi may we have the opportunity? CONSUMERS' v3 r,. HARDWARE Co ig v, Everything Goes from Basement to Roof./ SEE FURTHER PARTICULARS TOMORROW, OR ENQUIRE OF FRANK WADDINGTON LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 770 The Twentieth Century Book Store -IS FULL OF NOVELTIES^- RESIDES MODERN FICTION, "REPRINT6, 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 t\y r Office Equipment and Stationery ! Stenographer's Note Books .......V........ i....... �9.85,per 100 ' Typewriter Carbon.........................S200 to ISJO-Mr box Typewriter Ribbons.........,........... 76e and SliOO eaeh Second 8heets .................. ____and �1.80 ?er 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE ~ EVERALL & FRANKS Sinnot Block / Cor. 4th Av�, and Bth St. ;