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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta l9lN)1lbYAv. $1.50 each by Gene Stratton Porter "The City of Masl1e mtji^^i^ra^^^iaiid woman suffrage ^Jlparonj^mgiras' carrieri- by about ir.- f Champ-'CIark Elected. |BSt. Louis, Mo., liov: 6.-Belated: ^mpletc returns indicate that Spea-Ret Glari has- been re-ftlected h( a jjliiralityrqf, 2.400 votes, aa increase I^orih Dakota was N:.C: HacDouald, yiid faUed of .election as suuerintend-emt; of pablic instruction � agaiitst ^iifisfe 4linnie J. Nealson, Non-Partisan. ^^\^J "the rest of the league candidates were for -^fecled and,.the Ipague also will con-'I*'"''"  trb:^'both branches of the legislature. v^Iii Clote Vote in Minnesota. ,i,V-r.,,^^a,j^ j^jj^p j^o^, 6.-Despite IffltimationB irom Democratic sources that more fclsoii and GoTemor J- A. Bumquist tonight continued to increase/ their �a[fe leads; the only contest undecided . BARGAIN SALE OF � POTATOES ' $1.50 tier cwt At Oup Warehouse. . �'Saunders Hay & Grain Co. r Phone 732 Canada Food Board License No. . 3-921______� ' W& WILL PAY YOU TOP ..PRICES !FOR YOUR URS ' Hides, Pelfs, Etc. ) LETHBRIDGEvHIDE,-PELT 4,' FURCCj LTD., atleai-, The'Alberta'Meat Market f '^'"nada -JTood Bpard i,icense N^mbe^ (^-28693. M Only the Best Footi and HipHght the Flp TEA GARDEN BRAND'sVaNDS FOR THE VERY HIQHEST.QUAHTY IN PRESERVES, MARMALADES, JELLIES, APPLE BUTTER, ETC. BY iJVJIVCh THESE GtfOOS^ DIRECT FROM THE PACKERS WE ARE ABLE TO GIVE YOU THE VERY tOWEST FIGURE AND YOU WILL BE/SURPRIfED at THE PRICE WHEN YOU SEE AND TEST the GOObS. A SWIPMEMT JUST UNPACKED. 'Ve ^ 'SHALL BE (PLEASED TO SHOW THEM TO YOU.- ------ TWO EXTRAS ON APPLES No. I Jonathans, ptr case ../J^2.70 Orchard Rim Wagners, per case. $2.25 BUY VICTORY BONDiS The Good Co., Ltd. MAIN STORE 329 5TH STREET SOUTH PHONE NO. 625 A -i- NORT^t BRANCH 240 13Tf4 STREET NORTH PHONE No. 458 TWO STORES HltSH CLASS GROCERS- Canada Food'Board Licenae No. 8-599 Winnipeg, Nov. T.^Ther^ Was no- was. state Wide prohibition, and the ! ^"^'c^^^gf^o^^ ^e" ^A^^* ''^,.*?''.�^'"??,.^^>Pj?"^e^of\thej^ Plai closedSc higher for .ber. /. � .^ :  .. Winnipeg Markets. Open Close ...........S0% 79% country districts still unreported. . 'Retail Merchants Meet. n t The Retaail Merchants Association t)ats- aVIU; megt at tea o'clock Friday mnnv-; December ins to decide what action shall he Barley-taken - with respect to the nioming December J)ecember .........-..lOO^ ,105% .............367 ,.,...........351 Cash Prices. o6o . 355 Card of Thanks Mrs. J. Wigg wishes to thank Ihol Oats- many .friends-for their kindnesa and No. 2 C.W...82V3 No. 3 CW...T9 sympathy; shbwn tarlier ' inVthls har Extra 1 Feed........,........., .81 Hour of deeptsorrow in the bereave- No.^ 1 Feed, 79 No. a I^'eed, 74; ment of a loving husband and father,; Barley- also for the many beautiful floral trib-No. 3 C.W., 105^ No. 4 C.W., 100 utes sent fromahe following: Wife Rejected..........____92% and family, pillow; father and mbther. .Feed........................,. .9114 wreath;*Alberta Prow; Police, star and crescent; city police, star; J. A. Piper Assistant Supt.A.PJ*;, wreath; Court-j Star A. O. P., star; Inspector and Mrs. Muady, -star; >!?. Fritz Sick, .cross; North Star Lodge No 4, Masonic eia^ bJsgj; Sergeant, and Mrs. Arnold, spray; InspebtorChaney, spray; Mr. and Mrs. W. KnoWlden, spray; Mr. H. Watt, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, spray; Mr. and Mrs. S; Russell, spray; Mr and MJrs/^. J. Tickner, spray; Mr. and Mrs". Le^, spray; Sergeant and Mrs. Bowker, spray; Mr. and Mrs. G. Slarks, spray: Mr. and Mrs. C. 6. Bullock and family, spray; Mr." and Mrs. C. H. ,Van Horn, spraj-; Mr. and Mrs.. Lobb, spray; Mr. and Mrs. E. Wigg-and family, spray. 278-1 Flax- . No. 1 N.W.C. ..............i..343% AUTO STORAGE Five Dollars pervMonth Having leased-^.he 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. Lethbridae SAUNDERS HAY & GRAIN Co. LETHBRSDGE For all Kinds of Feed In carload lots and less, at right prices. We now have some ,� e;ttra good, ALFALFA to . offer; Prompt shipment."  Three kinds of CHOPPED FEED For hogs; dairy cows and other ^> stock. ' 1 .. i.-We.alsp buy aiid sell POTATOES Any quantity. Canada Food Board Licenses: Nob. X2181; 9-8406 and 3-921. >liJ|^P^TAKlNG> FLETE 3i^oijjde?'a blaclfclpth covered casket, neatly trimmed, outside ,i7qfijbalpil;^g,'hearBe_ and lead car. Single grave and digging tr'wJtJi.Qur'Hsjial pi'puipt and coijrteous services. "'0�PM,e)5)J _ NEVER CLOSED & BELL 803.THIRD AVE. S., LETHBRID6E Card of Tlianks ' . The relatives of the late Mrs. Alvin' Ripley wish to thank th'e many, kind | friends who extended, their great kind-' n ess and sympathy in their recent sad hreavemenf. Also for, tlie many and beautiful floral'tributes from the following;. Blpley family, star;- ElHson Mill Employees, pillow; No. 4 A..F. and A.M. lod^e, -Masonic,., .embl'en?; the Campbell family, harp;' sprays from, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Ldngj, Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Pai-kes, Mr. and^Irs.' John S�ott, Mr. and *Mrs. James Liv- \ Ingstone, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ball, Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. Armstrong-, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Clarke, ilr. and-Mrs. .John Livingstone, Mr. and Mrs. Harry i'Bent-ly, Mr. and Mrs. Will Blcjui, Mi>. and Mrs. B.. B. Hoyt, Dr. ah^ Mrs^ D. A. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. D|iiuilJig,Dau8h- t*s of the Empire, Mrsl,V'W-.-,I^r,aine and Miss Marion Pramef'the,Missies Bawden, A. B. Ives, Mayor Hardie. - .278-1 A Rubber Doctor , Are you jamliiar with the curative power of heat? If you are you will appreciate the value Of Hot Water Bottle in your home. jSuch a bottle "wUl relieve sufterlBg caused by toothache, earache, neuralgia and many other ills. ^ Heat cureai' In such cases by^ relieving congestion and restoring normal clrpulation. A HOT WATER BOTTLE WILt ALSO PMVlOE .COMFORt FOR COLD FEET.' Prick $1.50 to $4.50 RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK Ca, LTD. ^SueeaaaerstA.Jackson A. Cib Talephonea HS and 123t . '^'ihartocic iBulldfiio ' A Nunxber of Fiinerala V The funeral of Acar^dd- ^arisi of Coalhurst was held this mprning from the parlors of MacKay and Bdll to St. Patrick's church, interment being rbade in St. Patrick's cemetery. The burial of Mra. Mary �0.pO Wlhbn�f�af Rcpaatar, M-35........................38.90 WIrieKeatep Raiieater, 32-40........................... $7.60 WineMaiarRapaalar Carbine, 2S-3S ..............MM /WInohcattr Rapsatar Carblna, 32^ .....------^...... 3B.00\ Mtrlln R�p��tef, 2&.20 ... ' CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. Phone ylS76 � Funeral of Mrs. Ripley. The funeral of the late Mrs. Ripley was held yesterday afternoon at two o'clbck, procefeding from' Fetterly's tTndertakfng(PaHors to the public cemetery, whereS^ service' was conducted by Rev. W. F. Burns. Buildina Permits. Building permits for the month QjE October amounted to $6545, and included $3000" for a house foi' A. C. Lak'ie and ' $2800 for rebuilding the Lethbrldge Iron Works. The .total permits for "the year amount to flSO,-933. ' '--'�' \ '---= by the roaaufacturers of the country With respect to,,tHe,quantlty,.of- sugaj .ised. -The" lefeltlmate 'manutacturirs of Canada havb/plsieed themselves'rpn record aii.wllJlng-.ft), assist in every fibSsible way lb 6e6^'tJlftt:thtf'orders rer gardlng the ilse - of .'^ugar, through ignorance or-wllfulnoSs, are not disobeyed, .a, :� ;V;-'V . AimpUNCEMENT Drs.-Smitlf and Smith, the chiropractors, announce;to. thb people of the city that, ^elr services may be had without cost by a limited number of' influenza suffereVs. Tliey are, willing aud anxious to do all in their power sit this time to give help, to those who I are In neiad. Spinkl adjuBtments as a 'ciirkrive-ana preventive 'ageiit; in the present epidemic, ;has been^proven in humorpus cases; Office at 903 7tU Ave. Phone 1677. 278 Having been closed for the past ten Saye, fl. G. Kllner wishes to announce that be Is re-opening his store, 430 13tb St. N., today. 278-i ^ank Clearings. Bank clearings for the week ending today were $919,371 as compared with $1(355,812 for tM correspondfiig , week a year ago. In view of the 1ns-(ser amount of grain moving the flg-tu-es for the week are considered highly S'atisfactory and show a large volume of mercantile business being transacted In the city. ' i Went Through Operation Siccessfully It Is learned at Mr. O. T,'Lathrop's office today that his father, ^on account of whose serious Illness he went to Arkansas recently, -ivas operated pn at{ Fort .Smith, Arkansas, November 2nd,' It wis necessary to keep him on the operating table nearly two hours. In spite of his age and th^ large amount of, anasthetic i-equired / to carry through the operation, the^ old gentleman is reported to be doing well at the present time and Is expected to recover rapidly. a Former Lethbrldge Man' ; , The death of William Arthur AUln occurred at. Driiiriheiler, Alberta, on Sunday, October 27, following an at-, tack of Spanish influenza. Interment took place at Drumheller on Monday, October 28.. Deceased, who was the second son of Mrs. W. C. Allin of Bow^ I manville, Ont,, was weiK known in i Lethbrldge, having lived liere for ^sev-! eral/years being for a -considerable i length of time with the Bentley Co., ' Limited, and later with Rylands & Co. ,'He is survived by: his widow, his mother and one sister in the east ajid two brothei-8, Roy overseas and Norman-W. of Weyburn, Sask. � ' . NOTICE! WE HAVE M>^ v, Open Sundays from 2 to ,4 and 7 to 9. *' THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE _.-f. BORN5 / GRAHAM-To Mr, and".Mrs. W. Gra- Pbdtbs yiu'r portrait wiU' solve th^ Xnias'glft problem. It's the'rfnly thing your friends cannot buy. ^t's time now to have them taken. We will make a likeness that will be like ypu^-thlsi studio is known for the high duality of its work. , . ' Th^ Allison Portrait Stiiclio BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE \ , Mr. Taber a Supervisor. J. H..Taber, of Medicine Hat, formerly of Lethbrldge, has bben ap-1 pointed provincial representative fPr i the Canada Food Board. Arrange-: menta have been instituted under the : ham, 1231 6th AveT^,, on, November Canada Food Board at Ottawa to have; 6, a daughter _'. . . ~' 278-1 a system of supervision undertaken' Your Country Needs the ''Dough ^ Buy Victory Bonds ' space Donated to the VictomLoan 1918 Campaign by John Gilmori^^ted, Bakers A. NmmEATim WEBSTER'S NEW INTEI^^ATIONAL DICTipNARY THE/i^E8T'i|N'?�CH0LARSHIP, CONVENIENCE, AU."rHORlTV, . � .� . UTILITY. - In Editions from ............______. 75c to $20;00 The Twentieth Century Book Store 514 FOURTH AVENUE . PHONE.^613 Offijce Stationery, Office Furuituire FiOng Cab^fttt, Typewijtiers, Mimeograph Machines, Check Wri^ers^ Envelope Sealers, StanipAifixcrs. / EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE. V ^ EVEkALL & FRANKS Stnnot-Block - *<- Cor. ^th Ave. and 5th" St ;