Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
litfi , , Phent 1946 GEORGE MbftGAN^ HOUSE DECORAtOHV 854^11th Strtet 8. ' Phana T4�3 Prompt and Rellabla Wcrk Done it R�Mon. ^^ abiB Prlea>. ; "/ Jj^4)b;y'^frbm^^.u direct from *, the farm to'yqur lafele, XANVS Meat Co. pi�|�. Dallas Hotel * Phone 4S2 'Canada .Food Boa:*8^ places re- a�rt�(S^'14�;sftfijhHat of ,^tM/vBWj>)!�MmJtor'SiaidaLy and Moa-itoy-jS�*ii' piolnts representing 1:. I'fllteBr^ttoni'tRiirfollows: Athabas-Si;^iS4ni!;^j8t*!^,EB7; Blaimsbre, 36; iJ^iwwrtsyvrBai = Bow;iIslaha, 6;- Barons:; , ~. S;'Cprini-MS>-, Hi TerrUl district, � -Sa^ioitcliewiur'BBd ft!,�n4^^W^ MJ3. 30; ..Hijrb HlyejT'-And dlatrict. 10; Ima dls-trioi,s~'23; lietfilwl^e, J 2; Medicine mvr^;^�nfk':-'&iyjU!!:!MitTictr^ 6; Poaoka ;3 ^ap^9;i Ked Deer district, 12; Spruce qtove^lU)., 32; Si^ton R.M. 19; Stet- MOieatlaad M;P., iff; Warner and dls-�:tritt, 242..; ��� , . deparbnent* has been so close- ~ BARGAIN SALE PdtATOES $i:50 per cwL ; At'Ogr Warehouae. '^i'. Sauiders Hay & Grain . * Co. v i : ' '-Phone 73a � ^-Canada il^ood Board License No. i \^ . _-3-921_ ly, in touch with the different pair)s of the"'province ho- phone, with doc-.tors and oiher competent men that it is QDite certain that these figures may be taken rather ae, indicating the-'relative ^epTead of the disease iu different localities, but the actual figures are'far higher in most cases than as abore. % - The. report from the'health office at Calgary last evenipg wag encouraging, butit must not be forgotten tbat Die. fight ia still on and there should be no let up whatever in the vigor with Which this hattle must be fought. A. Ci, McLaurin, barrister of Veg-reville, and Mrs. HcLaurin:�.re t*lilnE a s^endld iht^erest in tlie'north coun^ 6-y.-,-Thrfy were up to Brasseau and Duveroay last week, and went hack with a drained nurse, which we released at YagreriUe,- to .Duvemay. With the li^qtels there biaitig used as a-- hospital and tUe hotel north of ,tiie rive^ at Bratiseau being used as a hospital and Dr.'.Hardy there, thta district i�;,cared for^ if the people Uiem-selves .will act, bat the dread of the doctors in some dlstriptii^^s the lack of initiative on'jAe i^att.bf the people, ^nd'tfiejitwrmjg./Hewpoiiit as;to^wha^ individual action can djD. ; .-: ) Hon.>^. E. Ijessard apient ten 'days in the SJ. Pttul'.de MaUtfdistrict, helping AOrganiie'sereral ^ihts, and reports -but one, death .there. Hon.. Mr. Cote has l>een busy ini ^e large.district .of Qiouard.. Dr. Gapthier .of 'Grauard town is liusyi in that immense territory. . , ,. rvWptJWILI. PAY YOU TOP -4thjAYeV and- 5th .Street, S,,! i&^he�M:r Office 799; Rea. 32C Standard Bank llTfS A GOOD TIME TO im OUR PHONE SERVICE '''.^ Next we6k we will have best i^quallty; . t -' V PRESM MEATS-^TURKEY .^s'/The Alberia IMeat Market^ "iiCanadaJFood Board License " -Kttmber/8-2869g. IP per Month >Hiirlnip neaaed the Hick-Sehl . WkjBhbus^Swe are prepared to look aftdrj^our ^uto during wlnt-:'er^ iUon^'s'/i'n'practically a fire proof Vuildtng. Wm, 633 ,123Z,Third Avei^iie 8. \-. , Lethbridge ! � Mas HAYS GRAIN Co. LETHBRIOGE For alt Kinds of Feed ' HAY /In carload lots and less, at right prices. We now hare some .oxtra good, . - ALEALFA to offer.- Prompt shipment. Three kinds of CHOPPED FEED For-hogs;-dairy cows arid other _ stock. We also buy jifld sell �. POTATOES ' Any quantity. Canada Food Board Licensea: Nob. 12181; 9-8406 and 0-921. Eat Only th^ fopil and Help Rsbt the flu TEA GARDEN BRAND STANDS FOR TKE VERY HlGHE8T*QuiMl^Y'TlN PRESI^RVES, MARMA-LADES, JELLIES, APPtESUiTER, ETC.. BUYING THE8Et;P00b.S( DIRECT FROM THE PACK-ERS WE ARE ABLE TO QIVEWOU TME VERY LO>mE8T FIOUhEAjlO YOU WILL BE.SU^IPRISED AT THE PRICE WHEN YOU SEE'ANdTifST'.THE iSO.OOS. A,SHIP?1ENT JUST UNPACKED. WE ^ .* SHALL BE PtEASEto TO SHOW THEM TO, YOU. f TWO EXTRAS ON APPLES / No. 1 Jonathans, per case .... $2.70 Orchard Ron Wagners, per case. $2.25 BUY VICTORY BONDS line MAIN STORE 329 STH STREET SOUTH PHONE No. 52S TWO STORES^- NORTH BRANCH " d840 13TH STREET NORTH PHONE No. 498 ^-.'-�^- , . . -. HIGH CLASS GROCERS- Canada Food Board l,lcense No, S'B9'9 Winnipeg, Nor, 5.-There was nothing doing on the market today' owing to the American :;market6 being closed on account of election day. Oats closed H lower for December. ; Barley closed % higher tor Decem- hei-. � . ' �. Flax closed 2%c higbef for.November and 2^c higher for December. 7vto ?7.B0: feeders; >8 to |9. Hogs. $1T.35; fed and watered. '\., :.:' '' :'- ^ �' ^ f london,'newspaperman:- X- ' influenza victim Paris. Nov. .r-!.4nhouncement Js made of the death of Laurence Jerrold, the correspondent of the London Daily Telegraph here and the dean" of English correspondents in Paris. A Proml\oht Oddfellow Thos. Haines, a Coleman old timer, died of cancer of the stomach.. He �was a prominent Oddfellow. We Have in Stock the Following RIFLES ,"WITA POSSIBLY TWO EXCEPTIONSrNONE OF iTHESE'tAN * , BE REPLACED. \W)noheat*c Rupeater, 25-35 ..... ............... �30.od Wlncheater .Repeater, 26-35......... ...............^..... 36.00 Winpheatop Rapaater, 32-40................................ 37.60 Wincheatar Repeater Carbine, 26-35 ......... ...... 35.00 ' Wlnehaatilr Repeater Carbine, 32-40 ...................... 35.00 Marlln.Repeater, 2�W0............................. 36^00 Marlirt. Rapeaier, 2(5-36................................ .' SS-OO' Marlln Repeater, 32 ....... . .................... 35.00 Ramfngton Repeater, 30.30 ...... ...........\,- 50.00 Rat^fniton" Repeater, 30-30 (Slightly used)........ 40.00 Rdaa^S.nipijtlnB, 303 .,.................. .-',7.......-.,. 40.00 '� f^Also several styles 22 and 25 Cal. rlHes, each single ^hot ana'*,e-V pefctfti'tf; 2 Cnly,Winchester Pump Guns, 12 gauge'and ar full assortment of sTngle barrel high grade'guns, 12. 16, 20 end.44 gauge, ?10.00 Wch. These are splendid guns and at this price you oantiot. .afford,to be without one. Then we have a couple of I-iaramerless 12 Gauge used guns $25.00 each. Game Traps, all sixes and styles. � BUSINESS PHONES 1212-1919 OFFICE 1920 CP. R. Brakeman Dlea -^acey C. Smith, a brakeman on the C.P.R. died at Blairmore from influenza. Funeral of Mrs. Ewina The funeral of the late Mrs. Swing' took place this afternoon at 2 o'clock from Fetterly'a parlors. Snow Fall General About two inches of snow fell in Monday's storm. The snowfall was general, according to C.P.R. reports this morning. . �. ;--:- �/ ' ~Move to the Coast Mr. and Mrsf. Clar. Roblin, who hB:ve been residents of Taber for several years,-left last: week - for Vancouver, where they will reside.4n future.. .'� vijBHry detective :.Today . The funeral of Detoctlve John Wigg of the A. rP. P. who died.Tec.eijUy from .influenza; was held this afternoon at four o'clock. ' ,. , , CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. Biabies Like Our: Milk and thrive on it. They never grow tired of It, never decline a glass or a cup o� it. Try our milk service for a while and you'll leai'n that there is a big difference in milk. Ours is the bSst and rJchesfr produced and is ideal for every purpose for which milk is used. Phone 1S76 Fumaral of >Mr8i Ripley ,Tiie funeral of thelate Mrsi. Hipley will take place fi-om.. Petterlyfa pat-loirs on Wednesday, '^Nov. ft at two oVilook, Rev. W. P.--Burna officiating. Oardaton,Bootlegger Fined A member of the bootleggers union of Cardston was caught recently by the A.P.P. wHh.*1006 worth of wlJis-key from the iVfontana side. He was convicted and flned $400. Retlaii Man 'F>u Victim Clifford Shaw of Retlaw was anotb-' er victim of influenza- yesterday. Burial Will ta^e place at Retlaw. t! S. Petterly is Ti n charge o� the funeral ar- the Hudson's, Bay Company whereby parcelp . for ..the !"Btl:^s at the Front.", may be sent direct from Harrod's Store, London, Eng. Full particulars will be phbli^hfed-r'in Wednesday's Herald. , Watch fqr.it. . (>oatb of M'ra. Connolly 'The sad' news mis heen received by. c: P. R. officials here that Mrs. C. C. .Coniiolly, wife ot'tne tormer fhlef clerk here', '/had flied* from Influensla contracted, While visiting'her home in Kentucky^ ...Mrs. JJonnolly , lived in Lethbridge jof about a year, but has been residing in -Mediciiio; Hat where her ]tU>�band is Chief clerk to the sup erintendent.\'Be8id^''her Unaband five children are left to mourn her. Fune^li at -Carmangay .'The ftmerai of William Stokes Shaw, eldest son of Mrs. Clara Shaw of Carmangay, took place on Saturday, November 2, at.5.^0.' ^Services conducted by KeV. D. H. Telfer, assistfeil by Hev. Hathaway, . were held at the graveside. MaoKay and , Bell were- in charge. . - rahgements. Card of Thanks The family of the late Mrs. J. Perko wish to thank their many friends for their kindness and sympathy shown in their recent bereavement; jUNOlgKTAKINO ��[jPLETE--FOR . cloth covered casket, nahtly trimmed, outside ...ig, bearse and lead car..Single grave and digging ;usuai prompt and courteous services. rilEVER CLOSED ,y ^ miJL i803 THIRD AVE. S, I.ETHBRIDGE Daath of Barnwell Lady Taber Tlines .of Oct. 31: Mrs. Bllsh Day, a: daughter of Mr. aiid Mrs. W. S. Johnson passed, a-wnay this morning at her home at Barnwell of influenza, at the a^c of 30 years. A sad feature of this death wais that the liuaband is away up north-of Edmon^ ton and will not arrive until .Friday [ftttcmoon. The deceased la survived by her husband and five children, as well as her'parents and several brothers and sisters. * 'Flu Victims at Coalhurat At,.CQaIhurst,-�i^Npvember 4th, the death took plact? wa9 once more remanded, at the robuest of the defense. "This is the'-last^remand we will accede to" said A. P. P. pfflccrs. The case comes up for final dlspc-jition next Monday. Killed in Action Mrs. J. B. White of Taber, received a wire convoying to her the Intelll- STORAGE V TO RENlh A Excallent'Rooma .iTor Potatoes . and -Produce. F. O.4IY0E & CO. . PHONE. 1244. LETHBRIOGE Funtral of Mre. Ferko > The i'uneral of the' late -a|.rs. J. Ferko took place Friday morning from tlie residence, � 261 "14th,;St. north to the Roman," Catholic cemetery. Rev. Father M9Ca'ffrey officiating. - The floral tributes -were; Pillow, tram family; ladis* Slovanian Society, heart; Mr. R. A. Sar^ant, cross; Mrs. IC. Palen, spray; Mr. I^arson and family, hduquet; Mr. E., Nelson, bouciuet; jiJr.'!.-VasOenak and family, spray; Mrs, Ontko, spray.. ANNOrjNcJBMENT "'^ Sons of � England, .p.e& Rose De-pree, will ,meet tomoi^row (Wednesday )-^vening, in the S.'O. E. hall at 8 p.m. , Matters -'of importance for dls-cusBlbh, every member ia therefore urged to-be present. V . BORN - SNOWDEN-To Mr. and Mrs'. L. 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