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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnOHIIMCR PIANOS ^%OI�ONsPHONOQRAPHa i !j JA^^^^ MUSIC CO., LTD. '�1' V ' "tveryth.'na Mutlcal" y^^yiMPAIGN BY The Modd B?ikery N. J. SCHWEITZER, Prop. Jurl^Sii^Means Exti^Valtie|or Your Money BECAUSE WE RUN it'ON THE CASH AN&.tjARRY PLAN ObES NOT NECESSARII^V MEAN THAT YOU HAVE to'CARRY YOUR GOODS but IT DOES MEAN THAT YOU OtT THEvVERY LOWEST PRICE POSSIBLE WHEN YOU DO. WH^N YOU ^ET THEM DELIVEBED YOU PAY EXACTLY^ WHAT IT COSTS. EVERYBODY (EXCEPT'THOSE WHO BOY IN SWALL QUANTITIES AND WANT A GREAT MANY FREE DELIVERIES) LIKE OUR StYSTEM. SOME ^ifeOULAR EVERYDAY PRICES: WAGNER APPLES, Orchard Run, exceptional val- . ue,. 4 lbs. for............................. 26o P9r case ----.----........... .......$2.25 JONATHAN APPLES, all wrapped No. 1 quality, per case........................... $2.70 FRESH CEI-ERY, Tender and Crisp, per lb. .. .9o. ' DRY 0N10N8,per it). '..................... S/aO . POTATOES, per lb. ...... .......... 2c.. ..CARROTS AND BEETS, per Jb............. 3c TURNIPS, per lb............................ 2c CABBAGE, per lb.......................... ZV^c CANNED PUMPKIN, Llbby's dry paclwi t-td. MAIN STORE 329 5TH STREET SOUTH PHONE No. 525 TWO igtORES NORTH BRANCH :;240 13TH STREET NORTH r PHONE No. 458 HIGH CLASS GROCERS CanalMit;F&ed Beard License No. 8-599 BARGAIN SALE potatoes $1.50 per cwt. /�� At Our Warehouse. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. Phone 732 ] Canada Food Board License No. 3-921 WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR Hides, Pelts, Etc. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT & FUR CO., LTD. Bear C.P.H. Telegrajjh OfUcea Cor. 4th Ave. and 5th Street S. Phones: Office 799; Res. 326 Reference: Standard Bank AUTO STORAGE Five Dollars per Month Having leased the Hick-Sehl VV'areiiouse we are prepared to look after your auto during winter incSths in practically a fire proof building. PHONE 633 Foird Garage 1232 Third Avenue S. Letiibridge turkey chigken fowl Fresh Meats lor the Week End. R. COULTRY Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada Pood Board Liconse Number 8-28693.-: �unmiv s cMiN LETHBRIDGE* For all Kinds of Feed � -la .carload lots and less, at right prices. We now have some extra good, ALFALFA to offer. Prompt shipnient.' Three kinds of CHOPPED FEED For hogs, dairy cows and other slock. We also buy and sell ' POTATOES ' � ' Any quantity. Canada Food Board Licenses: Nos. 12181; '9-8406 and 3-921.  Ottawa, NoN^. 1.-Or. MagitI, chairman of the goveVnment board of grain supervisors, has tendered his resignation to the minister of trade' and commerce. Sir George Poster stated this morning that the government had no disposition to accept the i-eslguation and that he hoped Br. Magiil,-with whom he -n'^s In communication, would reconsider his decision. Mr. Magili was formerly head of the grain bbird, but resigned to accept the position of secretary o� the Wrhnipeg Grain Exchange. When the board of grain supi-ervlsors was formed to take control of all/the grain movements he became the chairman. , CITY AN D DIStRICT iSent to Cardaton ~ The body of the late lyir. yiTm. Xev-, itt was shipped to Cardston-6n yes-1 terdar morning's train, for Interment at Lcavitt.. MacKay and Bell in charge. ) Funeral of Mrs.'Holland The funeral of the late Mrs. Holland took place yesterday afternoon at 3.00 o'clock from St. Mary's church where services were conducted by -the Bev,; C. E. Snow. Tlie body was laid to rest' in St. Augustin'g cemetery. The pall bearers were Messrs. Welling. Ince, Moore, House, Sumner and Wprthing-ton. Flowers were received, from the following. Wreaths, husband. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Mooro, Mlsa B.-Masen, Mrs. Riley and family; heart, Fire i Bosses and Offihers Oalt Mines, No. fi, Mrs. Jas. Sumner; cross, Mr, and Mrs. J. R. Sumner and family,' Mr. T. Ince; star. Mr. O. Suraner'aDd ifamfly; sprays, Miss E. Jackson, Mr. ihdvMrfe.! Melling, 'Mr. and Mrs. Rosalne, Mr. I and Mrs. F J. Webb, Mr. and Mrs. T.  Heaton^.Mr. and Mrs. J. Foster, Mr. 1 and Mrs.. J. Tennaht, Miss Ashcroft,' Mr. and Mrs.'A. Lihdleyl^r. and Mrs.: P. Smith,'Mr. and Mrs. House. Mrs. Talbot, Mr. and Mrs. T. Worthlngton. J. & A. Johnston, St. Ma,ry'a W. A.. Evelyn and Maud Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Saxon, Mr. and Mrs. J, Hurst, have Received a supply of the best quality Oil of Eucalyi^uf. ,r 25f pertl�oltle i 4  * rQ) cross drug & book qo.,-ltd. ueesMon to Jaelnen * t%, Tatsphenea 8^S|and'l9tt AND DISTRICT ;r Removed 'John Hae has removed frqm G35 Tlifrteenth St. North to/707 Thirteenth Street N. ; In spite of the fact that many lines of high grade tools have been harcTto get this season we have an assbrtmient to be proud of and in many cases at prices lower than they can be replaced at. See what we have to offer. Compare our prices. You will not be.urged to buy. We want your business and sooner or later we will have it. Come in and get acquainted. BUSINESS: piibNES 1212-1919 OFFICE 1920 ^ Had Much Opium Detectives Wallis and Egan yesterday picked up a Chinaman with a.large supply of opium in the Paris hotel. The Celestial was fined $50 and costs by Magistrate' Irwin. _ Buried at Calgary The remains of the late .Mrs. A: Maryon haVe been laid to rest in tbe ,_^Uiiion cemetery at Calgary. The ser-'vice was'conducted by the Salvation Atpiy Children's Home, of which Mrs. Maryoh'was a captain. An influenra Victim Influenza claimed'another victim in th?( death of -vViniali Ho-wes. aged. 38 years, who died in the city today. The remains, are at FStterly's TJndertak-infe parlors. Fiinewi announcements will appear la:ier. The late Mr. Howes leaves a wifejwho.is a present-very iU^ And five children to mourn his loss. He was'a C. P. R, employee. '  A Bowville Death On October 31st, at BowvlUe, the death took place of tynrf Burns, aged 33 years. Funeral services will be ,|held from the residence tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment will be made in the Bowville cemetery. Funei'al arrangements in charge of Maekay and BeTl. \ Babies Like Our Milk Und thrive on it. Tliiey never grow tired of it, nerer decline a glass or a cup^oC it To' our milk sen'ice tor A whilo and you'll learn that there is a big difference in mlllr, Ours is tbe bent and richest pro tluced and is ideal for every purpose for which milk Is used. _____,___ _ .__.r CRYStAL DAIRY, UiiTl^ 2. I UNDERTAKING- A GOMPLEtE ^.mJNERAL TO ,1 � ThtB Includes a black cloth covered casket, neatly trfmmed, outaJda ,.^(3f|ee.ud,>mba1mlng, hearse iindle^c^r. Single grave and digging ">^|tftier jwith our UBii�l prompt and courteous services. . 'lOXpRtPQUIPMENT ^ \ ' NEVER CLOSED cKAY & BELL ; .i^ 803 f HIRD AVi. ^ lETHBRIDGE Winnipeg, Nov.; i.rf-Casli.iiradIng was dull again on -the market ^today. Oats closed 1 7-8c lower, for December. Barley clos.ed 2 l-2c lower for Decemben. Flax closed Sc lower for November and 5 l-2c loWer for December, Winnipeg Markets Oats- ' December .. Barley-December . . Flax-November . Decern ber . Cash PKices Oats-No. 2 C.W... 80Va Extra N(5. I Feed No 1 feed.. 75'/8 Barley-No. 3 C.W... 102 Rejected ...... Flax-No 1 N. W. C. .......,.346 No. 2 C.W......................343 Open. ClDSG.  � . 78% 77% . IOC 103% . 351 >,i 34G . .^41 337 No. 3 C.W... 77% ......78% No. 2 feed.. 72% -.s^Xo. 4 C.W.. 97 >.......90% The question j8Bf^,Vhether .,0r not Oil of Eucalj'ptus is of value in the present Epidemic Is debated in the press-. We are of the opinion that it has a diistinct value. r . . 7 TASMANIANbiL if sprinkled on the pillows and clothng or 'masks" will ce�-talnly do no harm. '� Ws hart it dliplayed ir, bottles a c 35c FER OUNCE Limited The ^^emfl/L Stor* "Alberta's PloneeS: Orugglsts" Wholesale and Re^il Chemists Phones'lSISgnd 322 A Young Woman's Death Today the death took place lit the tity of- Miss Sylvia Rose, aged 17 years, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rose, 1807 Gth Ave. North. Th*� Calgary, Nov. 1.-The yards are still flooded with cattle and a number stjU to arrive. I^rices are unchanged since yesterday. Top steers going-tp 12.{f0; good butchers from |10 to fll; cows, $6.50 to $7; stockers, $7 to $7.S0; feeders,'$8 to 19.50; hogs area little weaker at S17 to J17,35, i May Be Postponed Ovving to the prevailing epidemic the performance at the Majestic tb'eatre by Mr. Richard Ilincka and party on .November 18 and 19 may have to be postponed. However, tiiose Who have already purchased tickets will experience no difficulty as tlieir tiqkets will be good for the show, whatever date is decided on. Meanwhile there need be no let up In the demand for tickets. Ymu' boy will get a parcel of sraoices if you write his name on the back of your ticket. And It only coats 50c. Ring up Mr. A. McAlpin, phone 1390, evening and say how many tickets you require. Funeral of Mrs; H. Patterson The funeral of Mrs. H, Patterson, 23 ydars of age, resident of Lethl)ridge, who passed away Sunday last, took place Thursday morning at eleven o'clock from Fetterly's undertaking parlqfB. 'The.service was held at the graveside 'and was conducted by tlie Bev. Canon Murrell-Wright. The following gentlemen acted as pall bearers: D. D. McNabb, Geo. Gerr, Geo. [Staples, W. Hyssop, Geo. Van Horn, I.Geo, Firth. Many beautiful floral trlb- - All. the noj^t'Noyember'records at the Willis Plano.'store, Hull block. Let us demonstrate, bur; service. 273-0'' I am 'leayirtg.the city and unable to have an aubtloii^' sale willf sell-privately uhtlV Monday tnlght contents of liouse. Apply -203 Fifth Ave., or phone COS. ,. 273-1 During the present l)au on Auction Sales, Waddingtion, the auctioneer, will buy for'cash khjr furniture or other effects which may be offered to him. No limit; phone 770. 273-0 . Capt. Porter, aucliorieer, wishes to announce thdron'acfcpunt of the order by. the groVlnelal health board re the holding of auctioji. sales, his W. K. Wocknitz^ sale at Magrath advertised for Noy..9th, is iitdy STORAGE .TO RENT' ;i Excellent Rooms for Potatoes ^ and Produce. F. O.HYDE&CO. PHONE 1344 LETHBRIDGE utes were seiit by friends.of the deceased, as follows :ajr. and Mrs. D., Aawrenee; eipray; Mi;, and Mrs, Geo.' Baldwin,-cross; Husband, heart; Miss-; es Hursti spray; Mr. and JVIrs. C. .T.' Wyatt," ppray:; 'Mr.: 'and Mrs. G. H.i Van Hotn, spray.-l Mr. Prank Patter-! Kon, anchor;, The, mechanical dept.. Diamond City', heart; Edwin F'rth and Rosaline, (Sprfty; ihe family, wreath; Mr. and Mrfi.'W. J. Robertson, spray; Mr. and Mrs.-Max.'.IJp'uaidson,' spray; ..Mr. and Mi's* A, L. ^Patterson, spray. . CARD OF THINKS 1 Mr. and-Mrs. A. M. Ritchie wish to thank their many friends for the kindness and .sympathy shown in their recent sad .uereavement, in tiie death of theii'-. diarllng baby. Also for the beautiful floral tributes from-'the following: Mi-; andJWrs. A.' M. Ritchie, Mr. and Mrs. R.' Frache, Mr, and Mrs. W. E.- Reed, Mr. and Mrw. Hedln-strom,' Mr.^nd Mrs./A. Vanderwoort, Miss HaniiKh Hamilton and Miss Margaret Gogan. � .' 273-1 - Ol^O ROV--Mrs. M. E.'Roy passed a-way at her residence, 1225 4tYAve. S., last night. Fuii^rai arrangei aents will be announcipd'.iater.' 273-1 1 NEW CREATION WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY �THI 'BEST IN SCHOLARSHIP, CONVENIENCE, AU'f>�ORITYi . ' � -s UTILITY, � i . In llitionsirom . ./f..............75c to $20.00^ The^WentietK Century Book'^tore^ 514 POUBT'W AVENUE . / PHONtE 613 Cwntry Needs the "Dough Buy Victory Bc^nds Donated to the J^Gilmo^ ,1918 Campaign by ^ led, Baker^ ,Ol|<|;e Stationery, Office Furniture Fflmg cabinets, Typewriters, Mimeograph Machines; Check Waters, Envelope Sealers, Stamp Aflixers. - V EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE. eMRALL & FRANKS SInnot Block Cor. 4th Ave, and 6th St. 2432 ;