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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta |4f f�?'f^t�oA�|lrtl� #IANOt ibiaON PHONOGRAPHS A^SINIBO)A ~ MUiilC CO.,. LTD. ' "KMkrwlhina Musical'* eth -atrctt South Phone 1S45 I A, - - ^- - ' =-� / 'Si Jiist Like Raising Your Own Meats to buy from us for you get everything direct from Jhe farm to your table. . DELANVS Meat Co. Opp. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada' Food Board LIcenie Number 9--2664 Sunday OUR STORE WIUL BE OPEN TOMORROW, Afternoon 2 to4 EvcDiRs^ .. .7 . to9 V THE KENNY & ALLIN CO, Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL St^re PHONI 14f3r On 'Chai:ge of Homicide in Con-necfion Witli New York Tragedy New York, N'or. 2.-William Lewis, tlie train dispatcher pressed into service as a niotorman and Samuel Rus-aol, a guard) on tlie train, were arrested and arraigned In a police court today on a ctaargto of homicide and were held for examination on Thursday,, in corinectisn with the tragedy on the in-t^hrhan lines, yesterday: The magistrate refnasd.to grant a reanest made l>y^ an attorney for the Prooklyn Rapid Transit T6at th* defendants be admitted to bafl. ', , \ "�. vf^I^wia^ioid.Mayor .Hylknd',and the dbitrict attorney today '.hat he went to vork at $ o'clock yeaterday morning �B ftrtnUndiipatcher and that at 4.30 loitiy �nmoon be was aasigitel as a diotonajn'on' the Brixton Beach'-line, b^tBg 'waUng, alter nearly' 12 hours of trorki to take this new Job because lie wanted to earn extra modey for his tasnllyr '^en bis train was movIn,S BAig^SALE PPXATOES $1.50 per cwt. At Our Warehouse. SauBdert^y & Grain Co. Phone. 732 Canada Food Board License No. 3-921 :WE WILL PAY YOW TOP piRICES FOR YOUR Hkks, PelM. Etc. LETHBRIOGE HIDE, PELT A FUR CO.,- LTD. f B�ar. .C.P.R. Telegraph Offices^ �Si Cor. 4th Ave. and 6th Street S. El Phones: Office 798; Res. 326 ' - Reference: Standard Bank irS A GOOD TINE to TRY OUR PHONE SERVICE . . Next week we wlH have best,,] quality. FRESH MEATS -TURKEY. � ^ .CHICKEN I " - FISH, ETC. R. COULTRY Phone 492 y The Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Board License !r Number 8-28�93. ^ - � down grade toward tlie tunnel just prior to" the accident it wa? going 30 miles jitshoar, Lewis is alleged to Imve explained^ to the authorities, antV he 'was unable to decrease its speed because the brakes did not seem to �ork properly. ' Lewis declared^ he rescued several women before he became panic strickein and fled from the tunnel. He is 25 years old. Mayor Ilyland instructed Police Commissioner Enright to post policemen at all terminals and starting places on thA"L" trains in Brooklyn today with InstructiouB not to allow a train to run-unless an experienced motor-man was In charge. . Identification of the dead^ progressed Blowly during the day. Manjr pf the Victims, who were hurled under the wreckage in\the dark tunnel were BO badly mutilated that identification was almost-an impossibility. ; The striking employees of the transit company returned til work today and, tralllc; on the Brooklyn subway and. elevated lines was restored to nongal. It Twis reported fhatacitlEens' com-mittee^was being organized to ssh the government to assume federal control of the Brooklyn Rapid Transit. WERE MAnrNW ' Home, Nov. 2;-The Italian forces landing in Albania � several-flays ago were marines, the Italian admiralty announces. A marine brigade with the 3rd Italian army in Venetia yesterday captured 400 prisoners and occupied Caorle, at the mouth of the Livenza. AUTO Five Dollars per Month Having leased the Hick-Sehl Warehouse we are prepared to look.after,your auto during winter months in practically a fire proof building. PHONE 633 Ford Garage 1232 Third Avenue S. Lethbridge SEE SHyilDERi HAY & GRAIN Co. LETHBRIDGE For all Kinds of Feed HAY In carload lots and less, at right prices. We now have some extr^ good, . ALFALFA tooft^r. Prompt shipment. . rphree kinds of CHOPPED FEED For hogs, dairy cows and other stock. . We also buy and sell POTATOES Any QuantiU. Cansda F^eed Board \icenses: N6A. 12181;. -8406 and 3-921. Extra Values on Winter Apples IF WE HAD TO bRING THESE IN TODAY IN CARLOAD LOTS WE WOULD BEJJNABLE TO SELL THEM AT T-HE PRICES WE fRE SELLING THEM FOR. ALL EXCEPTIONAL QTJALITY. NOW IS ^ THE TIME TO LAY IN A WINTER'S SUP.PLY. / No. 1 ROMAN BEAUTIES. 9 ftQ Pe^ case".........-------.......tfOO ORCHARD RUN WAGNERS, 2 25 No. 1 JONATHANS,  Per case ......:.  No. 1 WAGNERS.' Per case 2.70 2.85 per, case 5-Box LotAssortedof No. Is/per case ..... ^ ..:> >. .. $2.70 The Goo 4 Co.j Ltd MAIN STORE 329 BTH STREET SOUTH PHONE No.>25 TWO STORES NORf^l BRANCH 240 13TH STREET NORTH PHONE No. 458 HIGH CLASS GROCERS- Canada Food Board License No. 8-699 GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR , 864 11th street 8/ Phone 1483^ Prompt and RetlMble Work Done at Reason.  � able Prices. Winnipeg AAarkets Winnipeg. Nov. S.r^Tho caish trading was dull and featureless again to- i day on the market, Oats closed 1 l-2c higher for Decemoer. Barley cldsed  Ic higher for December. Flax closed Ic hfeher for Nwember and uuchaug-ed for December, . , Winnipeg Markets Oats-December Barley- December Flax-November December Offtn If H Closo. 77% Oats- No.i2 C.W..i 80% Extra No. 1 Feed No 1. teed.. 76 Barle.v- No. 3 C.W.. .103 Rejected......... Feed............ Pla.\- No. 1 N. W. 0. . No. 3 G. W 335V�, Cash Prices' - I No; 3ie.w... ^47 337 No 77% ......... 2 feea.. 72% No. 4 C.-Vy... 98 ...V....347,- ...v;.344 New York Stocks' 'jiS':. New York. Nov. 2.-7-C16Sing sales: C. P. R. IGT; United.. States..iSteel, 101 t^ntted States Steel pre'f^t'i'ed, ' CITY AND DISTRICT \ ^. MacleodJSoldier Dies � Today's casualty list reports N. Trotter, pf Macleod, ^as having died. He w^s with the cavalry. An Omission In the names of those sending floral ^tributes at the funeral ot the late Mrs. Holland the names of Mr. and Mrs. C. Peacock were omittsd. Ifcspit^ of the?fact that many lines of highjgiraHe tool^^'have been hard to get this season we have an' asisorlment to be proud of and. in many cases at price^ lo\ver than they can be Replaced at. See what we have to eiffer. Compare/our prices. You will not be urged to buy. We want^your business aind^sooner or later we will have it. Come in and get acquainted. mers' & Supply Co. BUSINMS PHONES 1212-1919 OFFICE 1920 OCCUPY WE Basel, Nov. 3.-(By tiio 'Associated Press)-The committee of-'publlc safety in Trieste, alarmed by. the sudden arrival of fleeing Austritto soldiers from Venetia, on Thursday sent a torpedo boat to ask the d commander granted the request, the dispatch adds, and an allied naval -force is expected at "Trlesfe today.  �, Died in Calgary A very sad death occurred in the Calgary General Hospital yestei'day mbrning, November Ist, when there pissed a.way Mrs. A. J. Reynolds (nee 'Miss Emily Smith), formerly of Lrfth- j bridge. Funeral of Miss Rose The funeral of the late Miss Sylvia' Rdse,. beibved daughter of Mr; and Mrs. H. B5: Rose, 1807 6th Avenue N., J�Wlll take, place, froiu the undertaking iparrol-s.of-MacKay and Bell oh; Mon-' day; November 4, at 2.00, o'clbckj Bish-'opGreeu officiating. \ , Mrs., Roy's Funeral 'The fimeral of the late Mrs. Roy \, Rosada and Harrison Hubbard, Simpson Co. Ltd., Willie Chaplain, Lethbridge Herald Printing Co., Mr. and I^rs. I. Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Thompson, Sir. and'.Mrs. StarJcs and family, Gertie and Gladys, Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. Tlckncr, Mrs; Hardy,and family, The Simpson Co. staff, .sprays. CARD OF THANKS Mr. Thos. Holland wishes, to thank all the many friends affilh'neighbors for kindness, sympathy and floral tributes extended in his recent sad bereavement. 274-1 ANNOUNCEMENT Capt, Porter wishes to announce that the W. H. Jenks sale, west half 33-10-22, east of Nobleford Is Indefinitely postponed on account of the influenza epidemic. .274:1 Notice ttf Pupils of Fleetwood School On Monday, Nov. 4, the principal will be at the school between ten o'clock and noon to allow any pupllsio obtain their books for stud v. Doh't fail-to come -as your succe^g depends upon yout own study. Any who may The"vessels"a7eTorBpTgiarVlntere7t^^ obtained their bookD^,but .want The Northern Construction company, ^"^Jr'L/i""' "'^.^^^'''V^^^^o.'iliS,? formerly the Western Canada ship- a.l^o. Wool will be there for distribu- yards, will build tour vessels and the "9"- � Coquitlam yards of-the Pacific Cou-| structloti SompHiiy will buftd three. CARD'OFTHANKS Mr. and Mrs. Joyce wish to thank their many. friends for their great sympathy and kindness shown in their recent,sad'bereavement especially the Wesley emergency hosiiltal, also for the many beautiful floral tributes sent {r-f[ii the. follqwing; Father, mother, brothers ^nd AsistersV hainp; � Young people Salvation 'Army, cross; Emma and Uncle Joe; cross; Uncle and Aunt:. cljoir,' ie. star; Satlvatldn Army Firgc gatherings Of soldiers we,-e held l^/;''";,^ Mr ^"^^^ M'^ -r-illoch 'and Thursday evening in various parts ef ^^rs Barna^^^^^^^^ the city and some of them "were under 2.-A cable received,influence of verj- radical elo-mfents. The new state council has adopted the old colors of Battenburg-red, wjiite and red-for GArman-Austriit; Ottawa, NoV, here today by the Belgian consul-general states that 4ccord'8� to reliable information received liy the .Belgian government. Max, the 'heroic burgomaster of Brussels, as already announced, has been freed by the Germans, but he is compelled to reside at Goatar, near Bruns-y^ick,. Gertnan'y, Professors Plerenn arifl Frederick, �^ Ghent University, who Were deported because they oppose(l'''German plans to Flemishize that institution, hft;re been freed and allowed to return  to Belgium. Plerenn Is an historian ot world-wide fame. Anderson, Mrs.*�Moo'd/, Harold Payne, YOU'LU/UOOK LIKE "AGOt)DHEAD" After Leaving This Shop Westbrook Bros Opposlts Bank of Montreal STORAGE TO RENT , Excellent Room* ,tor .Potatoesl ' and Produce. F. 0. HYDE & CO, r PHONE,1244 LETHBRIDGE News from the front reaching Vlen ha continues unfavorable and some^of the retiring troops, most of iwhom ere' deserters, already have arrived as far eaistward as Klagenftirt (100 miles northeast of Vittorio), plundering as they went. The'correspondent says that one of the reasons for the delivery of 'the AuBtHan ^leet to the south Slavs was I to jjrevent the warships from falling 'into the hands o� the Italians, ^.f A NEW CREATION WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THEApESr IN SCHOLARSHIP, CONVENIENCE, AUTHORITY, V ' . UTILITY, In Editionf irom...... ----75c to $20.00 Thie Twentieth Century Book Store S14 FOURTH AVENUE PHONB 613 Your Country NeedsCthe ��" Buy Victory Bqnds^ � ^ace Dimafecl to the ^iclpry^6ml9. JohnGilmore Umttedr 1918 Campaign by Bakers' Office Sbtionery, Office Furniture FOing Cabinets, Typewriters, Mimeograph Machines,. CSeck Writers, Envelope Stealers, Stamp Affixers, EVERALL ^ FRAI�IK3 Slnnst Block' Cor. 4th A\)e. and &th St. 4432 71 ?78228 ;