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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 3i GI5ORGE MORGAN : aHOUSE DECORATOR S64 11th Straet 8. i.Ph'one 14S3 Prompt nd Reliable Work Done^.at Reaaon-. ' able Prloos. ' ,. �e$! We're Still the Home oi itvmeats BELANY*S Meat Go. dpp, Dallas Hotel JPhone 452 " Canada Food Board License Number 9- 3S NEW FICTION r> -.. _____. !!^"The DauaMer of the Land".........l.i.V....;......... *1.50 Bach's; by Gene Stratton Porter-� � ^ "The City of Masks" ...............,j..............$1.50 each' j!;- by William McLeod 9aine � THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^imtaihr. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONI Eat ifoodi3nd Held flalit the Flu TEA GARDEN BRAND STANDS FOR THE VERY HIGHESTi QUALITY IN-p4nt any hesitation as-iferti that we ar^ not quite into the tlirst of thfe fight....... I^Nine^neyplacS^s'report 418 fresh ' qiAes. TMsJagtflaii-eTTlrfence ths^t the 5: 'fin is onVtfaB spread. Jtat'Ior exam-?.':|16- the city of Edmonton reports 473 , imSes, and Taber and district reports -iij3^.: The-new cases reported within past, twenty-four hojurs are alarm-ifihglyf; large. Specific instructions bean issMd with reference to Calgary and other points hy the Sup-gfinteirdent of Ui Provincial Police ,>sffiat maslc orders and all-other orders '.aaiust be strictly � obeyed. A number of prosecutions throughout the prov-Ifice are beinf instituted. Many demands come still from dif- ferent" Mints ursing for a supply ot llquor.^he "deparlirient once ' again announces that it is not in control of the liquor situation, that the government has determined to caro' out at 'leagt the spirit of the.Iaw, and the people^of this province "passed a Jaw. �which in effect says, that Itguor shall only be used for medicinal purposes and the department is absolutely uii-equivoeally and thoroughly in accord with the will of the people in that respect. Notblug worse could happen this province_lhan at this particular tilde .after>i&e-doors have been closed, that they:^^sbQuld be immediately opeued'^and 'geberai looseness allowed. Thetfact- tha't influenza is now coming : distinctly epidemic througtf" out the'northern portion of the province 1; evidenced by rfeturns coining in today. - It liiCj higher for November and SMiC Wktfer for: December. Barley closed 2%c higher for December. ^ ' - Winnipeg Market*' 1 Oats- Open Close December..............78% 80 Barley- December.............107% :: 108*4 Flax- November ............�.352 360 December ____i.....;..341 351 Cash Prices. Oats-- No. 2 C.W... 83 No. 3 C.W... 80 Extra 1 Fee(f ..n...........>j.82 No. 1 Feed, 79 No.' 3 Feed, 75 Barley- ':. No. 3 C.W., 107% No. A C.W., 102% Kajected ........... .94% Feed...........................93^ Flax-. No 1 N.W.C. ..................360% No. 2 C.W,.......357 N Calgary Live Stock;.'' Calgary, Nov. O.-^prom 'ISO to 200 ' liead of cattle came in to the yards to- i day and .trading was slow; Top price ! for steers,, H2.25j good cows, |7 to $7;75; stockers, ?7 to 17.50:- fe-eders, IS'to no. Hogs: ?17.75. fed and watered, but none on sale tpdtfy. A Sacked /TP^ owe it fb oiir children and our children's .children that no power will be able again to plunge the world into the chaos of these past fonr'years. Money will help to prevent such a disaster. And it's thfeMONBY that you're asked to lend NOW. Can-; ada'a 1918 Victory Loan is the safest, surest and best investment in the world. Buy Victory OPEN TILli NI^E O'CLOCK TONIGHT RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. SiioMMora to Jackson A.Cfc TolaphonM HS.and ISit Shtrloclc''Bulldlnfl > " Clir AI(�_DI�TRICT For Belgian Relief Acknowledgement is made of a con-tribuUon of $10 by Miss E. J. Armstrong, of Nemiscam, to the Belgian Relief Fund. Wi^ Have in Stock the Folldwing with possibly two exceptions, none of these can be :Nplaced. ^ : WiOjqf J�.''.^R�!�,�"Ur, 26-36 .. ,..... -------(......... Winphotter y Retjeate r, 2B-3�-.......... .\ .... 1............ cWlnijiheiter _R�fieater, 32-40............ ).............,,.., jWlntsheiter Repeater Catbine, 2M6 ____................i., Wlnohotter' Repea^epy^'carblne, |2Jlo .......... ......... ^$30.00 : ' 96,00 j' 37,80 � 35.00 Marllir-Hepoat'tir, 28-20 ;; . �....................T 38.00 ^Marlln Ropeater, 25-36 ..... (....................36.00- Mkrlih Repeiitar,- 32 ...... .. ..', .......35.00 Rfmington Repaater,"30-30 ...____ .........60.00 Remington' Rep�at�r,^30L30(SllBhtly.:u�isd) ----- ..... 40.00 Rota Sporting, 303 .............^......................... -40.iD0 Also several styles 22 and 2S^Cal. riflos, each single shot anfl rei peatersi 2 only Winchester Pumt> (fiuns, 12 Rauge^and a luU assort-. ment of single barrel, high grade nsuus, 12, IG, 20. and ^4 gauge, llO.Od each. These ore spiendldgims and at thls^ price you cannot afford'to be Withcuit one. 'Theb wemave a couple^bl Hammerlesa 12 Gauge iised gunsj2B.o6 eBdjI Gfame TrafK|>all aiies and stylet. BUSINESS J�HONE8 121^1919 - ^ OFFICE ,1920 SAUNDERS HAY & GRAIN CO. LETHBRIDGE For ail Kinds oS Feed HAY In carload.lots ^d less, at right prices; We now have some extra good. ALFALFA  to "offer. Prompt shipment.. Three kinds of CHOPPED FEED For hogs, dairy cow; and other stock. . We also buy and sell POTATOES Any quantity. Canada Food Board Licenses'. . Noa. 12181; 9-8406 and 3-921. UNDERTAIClNGi 'fa'^lt/afk^ciotb covered casket, n�^tiy trimmed, outside ..j'iOjf^Ulmrs^^nd lead car.. Single/grave and digging )^-4Bv(ai$pr0tnlt and' courteous services. -"-^M'-'^J, NEVER^CLOSED ^ & BELL Ottawa, Nov. 6.-A definite reply ^s to wKat the govemnient proposes to do regarding the war bonus for civil servants has been asked for today in a letter-from the officer* o'f the'Civil Service Federation of Cftnada. While the .letter is,-not exaptly in the Bliape Ql an ultimatum, the inference is given that there may he trouble in the service unless afl-lmmedlate reply la received. If the answer Is not.that the bonus will be given as demanded, the prime minister is asked for 'a pronounceraeEt on its policy as to the appointment of a-board of arbitration and ^conciliation'. "There is practically certain to be an'explosion unless an answer ;tp the letter is received," said President Grierson. "It Is not what we will do, but what we cannot do," said Secretary Burling. "The west. isi likely to take the matter out of bjir hands and start trouble any time." Ciire for Influeiua sir,-Following ''iS' a remedy for the Influenza'fiwljich should prove of interest iijst at this time.'" - ' Ingredients: Put�i^henol, Calvert's,Not 1 (prepafctt for Intem-a^use), 34 drop8'ipjan;8 oz. bottle of .'water, welliwaxed. Dose: Two tablespoonfuls in-a wine glass of-'Water thvfie STORAGE TO RENT Excellent Room* for Potatoes  and PrpdUce.' F.O. HYDE&CO. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIdOE tinies in 24 hours, .^hildren,, half the dose. One dbse will, hp enough to prevent;' three doses to cure. The do|,e�;"to..prevent should not be taken till the' sym-I toms of influenzar-^iold, chill, ' pains, etc.-ahowVr thtmselVeEi^ V then one dose will prevent it in less than half an hour. This recipe came origiaally from a physician in the Wesj> liidles, who used it as a remedy in malarial and other feyeJrs. It came into my possession from the Rev. A. G. Edvrards, vicar of St. Stephen's, NorboVy.'W. Croydon, England. To tn:^; knowledge it has been used lii scores of cases of Influenza, without a single failure.-Mrs* S.' H. Brake, Victoria. B. C. " vr ,  The Phenol referi^ed to in the foregoing is prepared by "The, Century old House of, Calvert in England. Their, preparations, which are of the highest order, have practically disappeared from the Canadian market. . We wish to call attention to both physicians and laymen that we are the fortunate possessors of a stock of CalyerVs . No. 1 Phenol which is the exclusive Internal preparation. > A Miner's Death � There died at ' Coalhurst, Mike Waknbezch, aged 61 years, from in-fluenixa. The remains are at the Par-lora^ of MacKay and Bell. Funeral arrangements will be annouticed later. ; Jvnother Coalhurtt Death ' The .death todk place today at Coal-hiirst from influeiiza, of Mr. Acarldo Parisi, aged 23 years. Deceased leaves ajvife and,one child. The funeral ai-/. ranKementa,.in charge of MacKay and ' Bell, will .1}e ahDounced later. Bank Manage,r Dead Duncan C. Moon, -toanager of the Bank ot Hamilton at Oyen, and form-, eriy manager at Ckamplon, died from \ influenZ'a. He was a native of Moonstone, Ont. J Grade Vlil. Pupils of Central School Take Notice Onand After Nov. 11th We Will Pay the following iPrices for Cream:- No. 1,Sweet.............................50c per lb. BUtter Fat \.No. 2 Svyeet .1.,............................. 48c per lb. Butter Fat No. 1 Sour ...i........1........................ 4ec per Ibl Butter Fat No. 2 Sour.....I,.............................44o per lb. Butter Fat I: iSlup yoiiri Cream to us, and invest your money in^VICTORY BONOS^ In doing this you will help yourself to help CANADA. CRYSTAL DAIRY, ttd/ JS?^ V Johnston,- K.,,of P,;I>odge No. 2, Mr. Miss Sharman's and Miss McN*b's f;"^'^"'H.G.a^^^^^ Mrs. rof from'2%r4\v\"'-frdrrhat 1^ ll^^'and Mrs. F. B. McKInnon. Mr. and pupils may obtain their books, and'*"" J; f'r^n'" m"' j Mr. and,Mrs. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. John Scott;."Mrr"and 'Mrg;''A. D. Cummlngs, ^ An InfanVa Death  ^ ., The (ieath .^ook. place at the residence, 1725 6th Avenue A. north, ot Hazel Irene Brett, aged >ll ponths and 2 wee^s. The funeral took' place this morning at 11 o'clock from Fetter ly's parlors. Interment was made in(..Stl Augustin's cemetery, Rev. C. E. Snow o'^ciating, A Sitter in Uethbridge On November 2nd the death took place in Edmonton of Lieut.' Fred Baker, brother of Mrs. M. H. Slocum of.this city. Lieut. Baker went overseas with th^.Arst contingent and retimed to Edmonton ast year, having been gassed. He tlien took up farming near that city and last week Jell a yietlm to the prevailing,epidemic. Interment will take place n'ext'Satuv-day at Montreal, where his father resides. CARDS OF THANKS. Mrs. E. Wigg and family wish to thank their many kind friends for the beautiful floral tributes and great help given in their houj^of.need. 277-1 Mrs.. W. Howes and family wish to extend their many thanks for the great kindness and syfaipathy shown In their recent sad bereavement and also for the many and beautiful floral tTlbntes sent.- 277-1 Mr; and Mrs. E. Rose wl^h to thank the many friends and neighbors who extended their kindness and sympathy during the illness and death of their Mrs. Rose and Harry, Mrs. J..Young, A. I.. Canttori, Mrs. McMeekin, J. E. Terrlll; aLso spiritual floral tributes from the following: Dr. M. V. Galli-van, Mr. and Mrs.-iA. C. Saunders, Mr. and Mrs;- Ered kenney, Mr. E. J. Sel^l, Mr.'T, D. Brown, Mrs. Fred Rooney., Mrs: Bakes, Miss L. Cos-groi^e, Miss. 6.' Qitobons, Miss C. Mcintosh, Miss C.-MoGo wan. Miss A. thr^ crownsMcfnitor,.flag;.. Red-cUffc, flag and one ,crown; 'llanna, fla^-!:,'GrosEfifeld adds a (irown^ their flag. ' TJie Cdrdston, .Ma^rath and Raymond districtv^btals 1122,650; the Medicine Hat district, 456,600 and Clares-holm, Macleod alud Pinfther- Creek, �348,100. Bakos: 277-1 J.D.Hi Co. Limited Tfut Stor* "Alberta's Pioneof Druggists" Wholesale and Retail Chemists Phones 1515 and "322 (Sprolal to the ffer.iW) Calgary, Nov. 6.-At midnight on Tuesday the reports to the Southern Alberta exefcutive- showed that we were la sigh't of-the six million dollar mark, the actual figures being five million .eight hjipdred and slxty-iilne thousand two hundri^d arid,fifty. The outstanding features of the day were the magnificent advance made by Lethbrldge, . wliich advanced from three hundred and fifty-eight thousand on iippday -to .oyer six hundred and ninety-five- thousand on Tuesday night. This, gave' ;LethbrIdge the J proud ; distinction of being the first! city to go .over'the top in its high ob-1 beloved daughter Sylvia Rose; also jectivewifl to win iii honor flag and ' for the beautiful floral tributes from the following: ' Mother and father, wreath; sprays, brother and sister. Miss Grace Mc-Leary, Mr. arid Mrs. McLear.v, Miss A. Livingstone,. Mrs,. Jfts.....Sujjiuer,. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ritchie, Mr and Mrs. Logan and family, Mr. and Mrs Phllps, Leoria and Edward Van Home, Agnes and Annie, Mr and Mrs. McNeil- ANNOUNCEBfEN*  ' All the new NovembeWrecqrds may be heard at Willis' Piano, Stbr6. Try us for same.  v ' ' 277-1 The family of the. I'ate'Mrs.' M. 'E. Roy wish to thank their many frld^nds for their sympathy and kindness, ex-; tended in their recent sad bereavement; also for the beautiful floral tributes sent from' the ' following: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Long, Mr. and Mrs.' Chas. C. Harris, Mr.,and Mrs. Jt. W. Wallace, Mr, and, Mrs. O. T. Liithrop, Mr. and Mrs. Everall, Mr. and Mrs. W. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs, Fred Shael, Mr. and Mrs. T. Quinn, Mr. and trs. A.'0. Saun'aers,Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Butler, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Humphries, Mr. and Mrs. H. Bentley, Mr. and Mrs. E. Ainsworth, Mrs. G. H. Harmon, Mrs, Williams and Olive, Miss two crowns. Similar highly encouraging reports came ih just before mid*: night from Mr. Hornlbrook,. divlBioaal. chairman for Crows Nest Pass, who reported an advanoerfrom one hundred ^nfl fohyVtlvo thousaud on Monday to two hiifadred and. sixtyVseven thousa,nd nine hundred on-Tuesday. The latest results-tor the honor-flag further than those related, above are, 277-1,-as follows; | High River, flag; Brant, fing and AS IMPORTANT as the foundatlftn itself are the decorations ot your home. The influence of tasteful, harmonious 'surroundlngB cannot be overestimated. , ^ FgESH WALli PXPER in artistic colorings-and designs will make home cheerful, and attractive, all winter. .fs it not worth the trltUng troubl^.and expenseT Ask to see GUI''sain pies. Engage us now for DECORATING Wellington Bros. The Decorators SHERLOCK BlilLDINq YOU'LL LOOK LIKE "AGOODHEAD"^ After Leaving-This-Shop We s t b r o bk Bros Opposite Bank of Montreal: Your Country Needs the "Dough Bonds = ^^Space jiohaf^d to the Victory Loan JOJSCmpam by \. JphnGilmore nimUH Bakery A NEW CREATION WEBSTER^S NEW INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY ' the^BESt |