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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta GEORGE MORGAN HOlJSE DECORATOR 964 nth street 8. ' Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable .Prices.___ PRACTICE PATKIOTISM A Victory Bond is sbmelhing to have and lo"hbld in future for yourself. It is also a means of aiding Canada in the great task that is before her. It is a practical form of patriotisre^. BUY VICTORY BONDS DELANY'S Meat Go. Opp. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada I'ood Beard License Number S^-Sex NEW FICTION "the Daughter of the Land" ..................t......... $1.50 each by Gene Stratton Porter "The City of Masks"....................................41.50 each by George Barr McCutcheon "The Olrr from Kelier'e".............................. $1.50 each by Harold Bindloss "The Sheriffa Son"........;.............................$1.50 each by William McLeod Raine . THE KENNY & ALUN GO., Ltd. NEXT BALkAt HOTEL PHONB 14V J, - . -. Rome, Nov. 4.-The Italian troops who occupied Trieste were ^ taken' there on .transports escorted by dcr stroyers and gunboats, accowiing to"; the Idea Nazlonale. The Italian -flap �was hoisted on the tower of the eath-: edral of San Golsto anff on puKUgfj hUUdings. Privatili dwellings . alsb -vere decorated with the Italian colors.. The popiilatldn acclaimed the ItaliaiT Bersi^erie enthusiMtically. " The wirali ips. en tered the' harbjO*;^ the Tribiina says, "with their yards lined with'iflags. A' naval landlnis party was .first.put ashore, to-he followed by jjthree battalions of Bersae-lierie. I the TictOTy over Austria-Hungary were continued all through last night -This inorsihg the jubilation was still In profress, and when the rejoicing crowds met the workers going to the factories the two elements joined forces. 'AU the allied embassies were Visited and the achievements of the armies.'o^ the' various nations concerned in the notable successes were loudly cheered. / E Eome, Not- 4.-Demonstrations - by the Boman public in celebration of BARGAIN $ALE Potatoes $1.50 ^rcwt At Our Warehouse. Saunders Hay & Grain Phone 732 Canada Food.Board License No. �HHHaiinni^HiHi we WILL PAY YOU. TOP PRICES FOR VOUR Hides, Peks, Etc. LETHBRIOQE HIDE, PELT & FUR CO., LTD. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices Cor. 4th Ave. and 5th Street S. Phones: Office 799; Res. 326 B�fsrdnce: Standard Bank STORING AWAY PROSPERin ' When you #)uy a Victory Bond you are purchasing an endowment policy for yourself and also for Canada, You will be storing away a portion of the nation's prosperity for future use, BUY VICTORY BONDS R. COULTRY Phone 492 TheAlberta Meat Market Canada Food Board License Number 8-28693. YOUR LETTER OVERSEAS " Here is a letter just written to a Oanadiaii'.hoy in khaki "over there"- written b; one who "lores him. And we all love soma boy-all the boys-^in yiaKt. ^ ' '4,Kave a-sort of a feeling now that I.have * the steaming cup of coffee whic^ waits for- yon in-the trinch. ThajLylfle that you fire I helped to makei For the~ clothes which will'keep you, warm these cold winter months I helped to pay. The ship which is to bring you home victorious -r-aiia God grant that may be soon!-, I helped to provide. For Canadals' 1918 victory Loan is on. I am buying all the Bonds I can:- I havebought moi'^ithaii, oiily a little while ago, 1 thought I iwssibly could buj'. T feel thatijin, dpiag so, I am helping you ju^t a little mor^ than I thought I should be able to." ' '. Won't that lettea- gladden the hestrt of its'ieclplent? Isn't it a'fine letter to get? Isn't it a fine letter to send? WeU,let it be YOUR lettet^yourxext letter overseas. GIVING HELP TO CANADA The Victory Bond, good investment though it is, is a great deal more than that. It is the documeritary proof that its possessor has an active and living impulse to aid X^ada in carrying the burdens that have teen imposed on her by the war, and the further burdens that will ensue in the great constructive work that will follow Peace. BUY VICTORY BONDS. The Goibd Co., Ltd. MAIN STORE 329 5TH STREET SOUTH PHONE No.'525 NORTH BRANCH 240 13T>1 STREET NORTH PHONE No. 458 two; stores HIGH CLASS GROCERS- Canada Food Board License No. S-S99 THE WEAtHER Hio'n......., .................. S7 Low----..........35 Forcaat-Western province*: Strong easterly winds, north �eaaterty winds, beepming somewhat cooler with light local rain or snow. "Winnipeg, Nov. 4.---Cj�sh trading was fair on the local market' today. Oats closed %c highei- forUeccmber. Barley closed 1% higher for December. Flax closed ?4c higher for November and 2c higher for December, Winnipeg MarkeU ' Oats- Oiien Dec....... ...... 7�% Barley-Dec............. 105 Flax- " , � . . Nov............3^7 Dec............. 337.^ Cash Price* J , Oats^ . �> , ' No. 3 C. W...7g% 1 Feed ....'...TT^; Close 106 347% 333 No. 4 C. -W-.-Si-^ Feed........91 AUTO STORAGE Fhre Dottars per JMonth Having leased the Hick-Sehl "VVareUouse we are prepared to look after your auto during winter months in practically a fire proof building. PHONE 633 Ford Garage 1232 Third Avenue 8. ^ ' Lethbriiige * No. 2.C. W,..81V^ Eira 1 Feed. 80 Barley- , No. 3 p. n-..104?i Rejected ...93 Flax-No.; 1 N.W.C...................347% No. 2 C. "VA'. .........,......^.344% ' , Calgary Mirketa' ,,-.Calgary, Not. 4.-Ctttle were pristty 'wiell cleared out of tjbe yards'on Sat-i nrday and very few ' came in this i morning. ' i Prices were practically unchanged although no sales above |11,&00 for �top beef were reported at noon. Hogs dropped to $17.00^ fed and .watered. New York Stocks -New York, Nov. 4.-Clositg sales: C. P. K., 166%; TJnited States Steel, 101V4; United States Steel Preferred, 111 ex-dividend. A We owe Titi to our children aud our children's children that no power will be ablo again to plunge tlie world into the chaos of these past iour years. Money will help td prevent such a disaster. And it's the SIONEJY that you're asked to lend NOW. Canada's 1918 Victory Loan is the. safest, surest and best invest-meiJt in the world. Buy Victory Bbn^s OPEN T(t.l; NINE O'CLOCK ^TIONIGHt ^ RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. harfaick Building There's No "If" About It We arc_ going to win this war. Theiengtb of Aime it takes de-psnds on Men and Munitions. Those, in turn,.'depend on Money, You are asked to LEND your money. At a" good rate of Interest-not to. GIVE it, mind you. Canada is yo^^r security for tie loan. - BUY VICTORY BONDS SAUNDERS^HAY & - GRAIN Co. - LETHBRIOGE Canada Food Board Licenses: Nos. X2181; 9-8406 and 3-931. HOW TO "HOCH" THE KAISER It is no good your worrying about other people and iow m^any Victory Bonds they are going to/buy, YOtJi are the fellow that you iiave tf> worry about. today.- Are you a sticker, or are you a quitter? By your answer to the appeal of the Victojy Loan you wjll be judged-by that answer ypu must^judge yourself./ You must sacrifice and go without things, mortgage your weekly pay-roll to -win the war. It is no sacrifice at all -so don't try to "kid"-yourself that it is-to pay .cash down for a bofad 'and let it'^b ai-th^t That would be merely changing your money from one pocket to another. -"What you have to do, if you have red blood in your veins, is to put yourself and.your labor in "hoch" to help "hoeh" the Kaiser. There is sacrifice in that. . There's sense an it. There's VTOTORY in it. B'uy to win. Buy tilt it hurts. Buy the way THEY fight. A WARNING TO MBRCHANTS Ottawa,.-Nov. 4.-The war. trade board ispues a warning to merchants in regard to importing goods ;includ-ed in the list of restMcted imports before obtaining a license. When restricted goods afe brought into Canada for which the war board has not issued import license, and would not have issued license had. an a^pUcajtipn been made before shipment of^goods, delivery to consignees ;vviU be refused. Such imports must be returned to the country of exportation^ Shipping companies are agaln^warn-ed not to accept goods on the restricted import list, unless license numbers have been furnished. ��' A generous response to the Victory Loan wMl mean national security. Itl'-^ill prove to the world that Canadians have confidence in their-own future. Buy Victor^ J. D. liiillotliain & Co. The- Start "Alberta's Pioneer -Druggists" Wholesale .arid/ Refatil Chemists Phones 1SjS and 322' CITY AND DISTRICT ^ Infant's Death. The Infant son of Mr. aud .Mrs. A, Bi Merchent, 530 12th St. A North, died in thb city this morning. McKay and. Bellare in charge of the funeral arrangements. A.O.'F. Meetings Cancelled. ' ' The A.O.F. meetings (Court ;Star i and Court Unity) which should have b^en held tonight and tomorrow night,' r^speijtively, have been cancelled owing to the 'flu epidemic. Soldie'rs Return. IVA party of returned soldiers reached Calgary on Saturday, H. G. Gilkos, and G. Filmer, Lethbridge, Sapper M.. Mikleson, Maijyb^rrles, Pte. J. Wales,! Claresholm, B? Sp.roat, Milk River, R. \ P.* Shilder, Barons, were members of It. � � ..� - Whe^ Staviiirgs in Vijctory Bo^ds You make a loan to the Dominion of Canada at a fair, icate of interest. Surely the security is good; why he^tate? - / WARTIME PUMPKIN PIE Grease your, pie tin very freely. Lino pan with nn ordinary pie crust and sprinkle corn meal evenly to a depth of from 1-16 to 1-4 oi: an'inch. Then fill with the following pio mixture:- ' � l,~-2-3 cups steamed and strained � pumpkin; 3-S cup sugar; 3-4 teaspoon salt; 1 egg; 1-3 teaspoon pf cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg;1 tablespoon cornineal; 1 1-2 cups nilllc. ' Mix Ingredients, strain into the pie tin and bake In a quick oven at first, to set the rim, and then bake more slowly until-the center Is firm. Behold! A,real Pumpkin Ple that Is delicious! , Mme. Rambeau. PIE PANS You will find a complete assortment of^Pl^ Pans of every description in our stocks ranging in sizes and depths suitable for every variety of pio baking. From the old-fashioned tin variety to the new-fashiou'ed patented glass kind. Priced from 15c t|^$lvl5 BUSINESS PHONES 1212-1919 _ OFFICE 1920 A Miner Dead. .Yesterday, November 3, the deatli took place at Coalhurst of Carl Wysh-ynski, aged 28 years. The funeral Will take place from McKay & Bell's parlors tomorrow at two o'clock. Interment will be made In St. Pat-ribk's cemetery. � ; Westminster School. Westminster''-school will be open frbitoitin to twelve tomorrow morning to ;ena1jle the pupils to get thefr books for study; Grade "V^IL will also be assigned' definite work to atttdy. "fr*,* 4�* * *.* >�?.*? * ^ n(A''u3e,with advantage in the proae- ? UNIVERSITV i>F ALBERTA > � NEWS NOTES * * ?   �� * > * ? > ,^,i,, ia�t ,, been sent; to aU Ih terson died on Monday last and on Saturday another df ughte^ ,Mrs. Fred Ewing, of West Lethbridge, succumbed to pifeumonia following influenza. She leaves beside her husband,' two children aged six and � four years. tMrs. Ewing was born in Letlibridge I twenty-five years ago. ^er parents, three sisters-and two -brothers also survive. . \ . UNDERTAKING" A COMPLETE FUNERAL :/>.This includes a black cloth covered casket, n64^lr trimmed, outside I;'cas^ and embalming-,'hearse and leaji car. Single grave and digging '-.^cether wtth our usual prompt and tourteous services. -riWOtOR EQUIPMENT NEVER CLOSED j^acKAY & BELL HONE 1802 803 THIRO^^AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE PHONE 1802 CANADA'S WAR LOANS Last year Canada provided, tlirbugh Pu'uUc and Bank homs, .1650,000,000 for War purposes-1150,000,000 in the March War Loan, $400',000,000 In the November Victory Loai), and |100,000.-000 from the Banks. The total Loans provided in Canada for War purposes to date aggregate 1950,000,000. TcXonov cards the Victory loan campaign were won today by Ryiands and Co. and Plunkett and Savage, the staffs of both places having subscribed to the extent of more than 75 per cent, of the num,ber on:^the staffs. These honor cards are beJiig striven f6r by many o� the business places o! the city, ana the indications ar^ that by Tuesday night the majority of tho business places with staffs of any appreciable size will haye the cards in their possession. Ottawa, Nov. i.-The Evening Citizen says: , "W: F. O'Connor, K.C., of the justice 'department, former general returning officer, and Cornelius Birmingham of Kingston are two reputed aspirants for the vacant railway commissioner-ship^, due to the expiration oif Mr, .D'Afdy Scott's term. "Mr.'Scott \s also str.bug in the running again. The question has ))een before the cabinet a couple of times without any decision beitig reached, Ther appears little doubt !of Commissioner McLean's reappointment." i . ' announcement^ The Victor .recorc^.-.service at Willis Piano Store, Hull Block, unsurpassed. We also have goods. . BORN. ' ' WILKIE-To Mr. and -Mrs. J. B. Wil-kle, on October 29th,' a daughtoi-i'- " CARD OF THANKS. Mr. H. Patterson wishes to tliank a)l the friends and neighbors who ex-tepded kindness and sympathy and floral tribues in his recen sad be-rekvement. appears. below, has sent to''all the studients: .Kdmonton, October 23, 191S. To the Students: It was with'deep regret that the University, aujl^jcrltles felt it necessary, on the advice of the'Provincial Board of rfealth, to close the. University on Thursday, October I'jtii, Nothing l>ut, the certain danger.o^ allowing the influenza epidemic to |weep through the student, body wbiild have' justified such a drastic action. As this closAro .involves a serious loss of time, all students of the University are urged during this enforced vacation to proceed with their reading and s^,udy >vjth all possible seriousness.' The members of the teaching staff will be only too happy to afford thi'ough correspondence or, should it be possible, personal interview any, assistance or advice -wTChln their power. . It any student in the liurry of departure left behind him at the rnfversity books whicb he could cutiou of his studies everu effort-will be made here to find and fsrsrar'd these books should notification h^y^nt-fo the Registrar. The, dai^ papers should be watched for ar^ intimation as tp the likely date for TeBumptlpn of lecture and the Registrar -kept 'In jtottch wkh altered addresses, as, if possible, it is liis infeation that cards should he sent out with a definite announcement � just before clas.9es resume. , , \ , It is sincerely to be looped'that the stringent measures taken by the Pror � , , , ,, vincial Health authorities will lead at A circular lettei, .^^ ^^^^ ^g�^ ^i^^ curbing/and stamp- the "is the 275-1 TO RENT Excellent Rooms for Potatoee , , aiidPiNBdOce. FOHYDlE&CO: PHONE 1244 ;LETHBRIDQE Ing out, of the epidemic and all members of" tho Univei'sity Hnay rest assured that the insiitiition will be reopened for work at the .earliest possible moment. V '' " ' Faithfully yours, / , W. A. R. KERR. Acting-President., Pembina Hall, one of the three re-sid,ence buildings atJth� University of Alberta, is being used as an emergency hospital during the epidemic Bedsteads, mattresses, pillows and linen ^vere all supplied from the University stores and in this way the building was made available for hospital use in a remarkably shorty space of time. Already � over one'htiiidred and ten., patients are accommodated there. Mr.-and Mrs. B.. P."bigot, of Nelson, have received word that|tlielr spn-in-law C. C. Rhodes, ha-s died at Anyox, from pneumonia, followlhg an attack of influenza. , ,' iuy tictprif BbbiIs We St b r o ok Br^s Opposite Bank of MontrnI 275-1 HQIST ;rHE FLAG Let/iis./M^n our Honor Flag ,renieml:jerirignhat it is the individual buyer who counts. Let all act together now, and , . BUY BONDS FOR VICTORY The Twentieth Century Book Store 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 Country Needs the " Buy Victory Bondsf Spa^e Donated to the V^tdi^Jioan 2918 Campaigniby John GilmottJMntei Bakers '�t.v What Is Your Patriotism Worth in Dollars and Cents? Sentlinient Is all right but it won't Vin the war.. Let your patriotism take' a more definite ahjipe. Invest your "doliars In your country. Oft�ada Isjyour security tor the Investment when you BUY ViaORYBONDS ' EVERALL & FRANKS Sinnot Block. P Cor, 4):h Ave, .and 6th 8784 2432 ;