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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOrtDHtlMER PIANO* tOISON PHONOGRAPHS ASBINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everyth'ng Musical" -115 8th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th 8treet S. Phone 14BJ Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reason' able Prices. If It's on the Market We Have it Very Choice Lines for the Week End. DELANY'S Meat Co. Opp. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Can.-JcU Food BtfSi'd License Number 9-266-, Oil of Eucalyptus A c POTATOES, per lb......................... 2c CARROTS AND BEETS, per lb............. 3c TURNIPS, per lb............................ 2c CABBAGE, per lb.......................... 2' jt CANNED PUMPKIN, Libby's dry pack, QOes much further than the wet packs, per tin.........Z8c DILL PICKLES. Libby's In tins ............ 25c CANNED TOMATOES, best brands, solid packs. per tin.................................. 21c OLEOMARGARINE. Swift's Premium, per lb. 38c NEW LAID EGGS, per doien ............... 65c RASPBERRY JAM, King Beach brand, 4 lb. tins, each ..................................... 90c BLACK CURRANT JAM, Wngstaffes, 4 lb. tins, each ..................................... 92c CHEESE, finest Ontario, per lb..............33c SEEDLESS RAISINS, Not-A-Seed brand, package ..................................... He SEEDED RAISINS, Gold Bar, Victoria Cross and Sunmald. large packages, each ............ 16c Gold Bar, small packages ................ 13c GREEN RIBBON, small packages............11c FRESH ROASTED PEANUTS, special, per lb. 18c WALNUTS, ALMONDS, BRAZILS A FILBERTS, Special, per lb............................ 22c SHELLED ALMONDS, p-.r I- ____...........60c SHELLED WALNUTS, per Is...............85c GINGER SNAPS, per lb...................22c FRESH OYSTERS, solid nstV,'j arriving regularly by express. OUR NOVEMBER CATALOGUES ARE NOW READY FOR DISTRIBUTION. The Good Co,, Ltd. MAIN STORE 329 5TH STREET SOUTH PHONE No. 525 TWO STORES NORTH BRANCH 240 13TH STREET NORTH PHONE No. 458 HIGH CLASS GROCERS Canada Food Board License No. 8-599 � s-- Ml Carpenter In spite of the fact lhat many lines of high grade tools have been hard to get this season we have an assortment 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. Consumers' Hardware & Supply Co. BUSINESS PHONES I2*r-:9I9 OFFICE 1920 Ottawa. Nov. I.-Dr. Maglll. chairman of the government board of grain suoervitors, has tendered his resignation to the minister of trade and commerce. Sir iborne Foster staled this morning thai the Kuwrniiu'ii' had no disposition �'�' ai' hoar I of grain sup-; ervi�or� was formed to take control of all tit0 Kr.iin movements ho became the chairman. El CITY A X D DISTRICT ! Sent to Cardtton Tli- !> ' 1> of the late Mr. Win. I.-v-itt w.i" hipped to Cardston ntt yesterday morning's 'rain for intcriiieir a' I.' a\ MucKay and li"tl in charR'V BARGAIN SALE POTATOES $1.50 per cwt. At Our Warehouie. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. Phone 722 Canada Food Board License No. 3 921 WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR FURS Hides, Pelts, Etc. LETHBRIDGE HIDE. PELT & FUR CO., LTD. JUar ('I'll. Trl.grnph Offices Cor. 4th Ave. and 5lh Street S. Phones: Office 799: Res. 326 Reference: Standard Iiauk AUTO STORAGE Five Dollars per Month Having leased the Mi' k-Sehl Waichou-e w > ar.- prepar, d to look after yi.ur jiito riiiwint- r liu't.i!.-* in practically a lirj proof building PHONE 633 Ford Garage 1232 Third Avenue S. Lethbndgt Funeral of Mrs. Holland Tli" funeral of the lit" Mrs. Holland took place y. st.-rday afternoon at 2."c" o'clo'k from St. Mary'� churoh wh v. i". I'. Snow. The body was laid to rc��. Moore. Hou�e, Sumner and Worthliuv ton. Fl�..\Moon-. Mis* K. Mason.: Mr.-. Kil'-y and family; heart. Kit" }io�.*f- ami Ol'liVcjs (jult Mlmv, No. i'.. Mr.-, las Smiiiii-r; cross, Mr. and Mrn. J. U. Sumner ami family, Mr. T. Inc.-; .-lar, Mr. (). Sumin�r and family: i spins-. Miss k. .I.ickson. Mr, and Mrs. Mcllliv-:. Mr. and Mrs. Huy.alt.p. Mr., and Mr*, f j. Wrhb. Mr. and Mi�. T. Hoaton, Mr. and Mrs. J. Foster. Mr. and Mrn. J. Tennant. Mis* Ashcroft. Mr. and Mrs. A. UndUv, Mr and Mr.-', i F. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Hoti-*. Mrs. Talbot. Mr. and Mrs. T. Worthtpston.: .1. �: A. JohnstoJ!. Mary's \v. A..! Kvelyn and .Maud Moor's, Mr. and Mrt i Saxon, Mi. and Mrs. J. Hurst, i We have received a supply of the best quality Oil of Eucalyptus. 25c per bottle ^iCITY AND D1STR1C Removed i .folin Rao has iviwr.vil from fi::.". Thirtocnth St. Xorth to 7��T Thlrteouth Street X, I . Had Much Opium j Ootec'.lvos Wallis and Kpan yc-'r-r-day picked up u I'lilnaman with si>lari;c0 and cosl-i ,)>> Magistrate Irwin. !. Buried at Calflary ' The remains of the lat" 'Maryon have hciti laid to re I'ttiun ceinetery at ("ali'aiy. � vice was conducted by the Mr-. A. st in the j The si-r-1 Salvation I Babies Like Our Milk � :\m\ llnive on it. Tbejr never crow tired of il. ticrer dAcllne n Klass or ;i cap of It, Try niir milk survic:^ tor a whl!" and you'll learn that Uiorc i� a Mk difference in niillt. ()ur:A is the he.a and riches; pro-itid is Ideal fnr every � lor whleh mJlk is llllCed |lU"|Mls Usui, CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. Phone 1576 RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. lucoMwn to JacMon A C�. Telephone* 555 and t2lf htrlock Building ! V- Army Children's Home, of which Mrs, Maryon was a captain. An Influenra Victim Influenza claimed another victim in the death of William Howes, aKed. lis years, who died In 'he city today. The remains are at l-'fttterly'.-. I'tidertak-Injs parlors. Funera.1 anuounc'tuents nill Hppiar bier. The late Mr. Howe,-; leaves a �. ife, who a present \i-v> 111. anil five children to mourn hi He v.-as a C. I'. 1!. ''iiiplu)'"'. ANNOUNCEMENT All Iho new November records at the Willis 1'lano ntoro, Hull block. I.ei us deuiotistrnte our servie... ^7:'.0 1 am leaviiiR the city and unable to have an auction Kiile will sell'privately until Monday iiIkIh contents of luiUKe. Apply -Oil Filth Ave , or phoii" iiu:;. -"�'! i YOU'LL LOOK LIKE "A GOOD HEAD" After Leaving This Shop West brook Bros Oppoiltc Bana or Montreal hi A Bowville Death On October :Mst. nt Howville, the tle> held from Cue residence tomorrow afterinx.n at 2 o'clock. Interment will be made in the Howville cemcterv. imriiiK the sent h.m .m An. Hon Sales, WudililiK'oli. the auctioneer, will buy for cash any furniture ov other effects which may be offered to bin. No limit, phone 77''. 'J7:',.ii STORAGE TO RENT' Excellent Rooms for Potatoes and Produce. F. 0. HYDE & CO. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE Funeral | .MacKav nrranKcments ami Kelt. in charge of TURKEY CHICKEN FOWL Fresh Meats for the Week End. R. C0ULTRY Phone 492 The Alberu Meat Market Canada Food Hoard l.lcor.^e Number S 2bfi9a. SAUNDERS HAY & GRAIN Co. LETHBRIDGE' For all Kinas of Feed HAY la -irloart lots anil !��>�. at. nnht prices. We now have some nti a yuoi), ALFALFA to ' tff-r F'onpt shipment. Thre^ kinds of CHOPPED FEED For wis*, daily tows and ether Hock. We also bay und ^fcll POTATOES Any quantity. Canada Food Board Licenses: Nos. 121S1; 9-MeC and :',-S2l. MARKETS Winnip*?, Nov. J.-Cisb tradint; was dull again on tlio market today. OatP doisj l 7-Sc lower for December, iiarh-y clofiiil 2 l-2e lower tor December, flax closed ;,c lower for November mil 5 1-2c !owor for December, Winnipeg Markets UNDERTAKING' A COMPLETE FUNERAL FOR �P # vF . Thi� includes a black cloth covered casket, neatly trimmed, ouUtda cut and embalming, hearse und lead car. Single grave and digging together with our ueual prompt and courteous services. MOTOR CQUIPMENT NEVER CL08KD MacKAY & BELL (�HONE 1M2 803 THIRD AVg. 4%, VGTHBRIDGE BIHgiMMi OlH - Opeti. C'.o-^.e. Dtcembf-r . ... 7S"', 77'i Parley- December . .. Hlfi Ifi'.l'i Flax Novemiier ... . . . .v.)''. :hc Dec-'nilier . . . 211 227 Cash Prices Oats- Vo, : C W . So "s No 2 C.W.  7 7' k Kxtra No l No 1 fceo . T-'.'i No 2 feed  72'8 liaiiec- No '� C.W.. .10'J x No. 1 C.W. .. !�7 Ilejei ted . . . . .MHa Flax- No 1 N. W. c. .. . .340 on of Eucalyptus The niieBtloii .of vll0t'lfir or not Oil of Huralyptiir. Is nt value in the present Kpltlemle Is debated in the press. We are of the opinion that it has a distinct value. GENUINE TASMANIAN OIL if f.prltil;l(:od for the .show, whatever (late is decided on. Mean while there need be no let up in the demand for tickets. Your boy will, . i;et a parcel of smokes I1' you write ''"".!_. Ills name on the back of your ticket. And il only costs 5"c, IthiK up Mr. A. Me.Mpin. phone Film, evening and say how many tickets you require. CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs, A. M. Ritchie wish to thank their many friends for the kind ness ami sympathy shown in their recent sad bereavement, in the death ni" their darliiiB baby. Also for the beautiful floral (ribules from the following: Mr. nut! Mrs. A. Hltchie, Mr. and Mrs. II. Fraehe, Mr. and Mrs. V. Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Hedin-strum, .Mr. and .Mrs. A. Vanderwoort. Miss Hannah Hamilton ami Miss Margaret Uogun. l!7;!-1 DIED HOY-Mis. M. K. Hoy passed a..vny et her residence, 1225 ICi Ave. S., last Funeral nrraiiKO! tents will bo announced later, 272-1 We Remain Open Until Nine Tonight The Frank Hedley Drug Co. 1 Funeral of Mrs: H. Patterson | The funeral of Mrs. II. Patterson, 22 years of a^e, resident of l.ethhridge, who passed away Sunday last, took place Thursday liiornlmj at eleven o'clock from Fetterly's undertaking prtrlgrn. The service wurf held at the graveside and W'us conducted by the Rev. Canon Muri-cll-Wright. Tho fol-lowInK gentlemen acted as pall bear-ors: IX IX McNnbb, Geo. Gorr, Geo. Staples, W, Hyssop, Geo. Van Horn, Geo. Firth. Many beautiful floral trih- A NEW CREATION INTERNATIONAL WEBSTER'S NEW THE BEST IN DICTIONARY AUTHORITY, SCHOLARSHIP, CONVENIENCE, UTILITY. In Editions from . - /..............75c to $20.00 The Twentieth Century Book Store 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 Your Country Needs the "Dough Buy Victory Bonds Space Donated to the Vicloty Loan 2918 Campaign by John Gilmotemmted, Bakers Office Stationery, Office Furniture Filing Cabinets, Typewriters, Mimeograph Machines, Check Writers, Envelope Sealers, Stamp Affixers. ~" EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE. ( EVERALL & FRANKS Slnnot Block Cor. 4th Ave, and 6th St. 64 4744 ;