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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnOHIIMER PIANOS CDI3CM PHONOGRAPHS ASSINiBOIA MUStC CO., LTD. "Everyth'ng Musical" IS 6th Street South Phone 15^"> LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD! j GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th atraat S. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reason* ableuPrices. _ Fresh Oysters -Dill 1  DELANY'S Meat Co. Opp. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Foorf Board License Number 9-266-; Eat Only the Best Food and Help Fight the flu TEA GARDEN BRAND STANDS FOR THE VERY HIGHEST QUALITY IN PRESERVES, MARMALADES. JELLIES. APPLE BUTTER, ETC. BY BUYING THESE GOODS DIRECT FROM THE PACKERS WE ARE ABLE TO GIVE YOU THE VERY LOWEST FIGURE AND YOU WILL BE SURPRISED AT THE PRICE WHEN YOU SEE AND TEST THE noODS. A SHIPMENT JUST UNPACKED. ^WE ^ SHALL BE PLEASED TO SHOW THEM TO YOU. TWO EXTRAS ON APPLES No. 1 Jonathans, per case . .. . $2.70 Orchard Run Wagners, per case. $2.25 BUY VICTORY BONDS NEW FICTION "The Daughter of the Land"............. by Gene S; rat-.on Porter "The City of Masks" .............. by George B.irr McCutcheon "The Girl from Keller's" by H.irold Gmdloss -The Sheriffs Son"...... by William McLecd Rmne $1.50 each $1.50 each S1.50 each . 51.50 each FHE KENNY & ALL1N CO., Ltd. '�'EXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONI 1�7 The Good Co., Ltd. MAIN STORE 5TH STREET SOUTH PHONE No. 525 --_4- NORTH BRANCH 240 13TH STREET NORTH PHONE No. 458 TWO STORES HIGH CLASS GROCERS - Canada Food Board License No. 8-599 We Have in Stock the Following SPORTING RIFLES ** _ WITH POSSIBLY TWO EXCEPTIONS, NONE OF THME CAN BE REPLAOED. WlnoheiUr Rapeater, 25-38..............................SSO.OO Wtncheatar Repeater, 25-35............................... 38.00 Winchester Repeater, 32-40............................... 37.90 Winchester Repeater Carbine, 25-35....................... 38,00 Winchester Repeater Carbine, 32-40 ...................... 36.00 Marlln Repeater, 25-20 .................................... 36.00 Marlln Rspeatar, 26-36.................................... 3S.00 Marlln Repeater, 32...................................... 35.00 R�mlng\on Repeater, 30-30 .............................. 60.00 Remington Repeater, 30-30 (Slightly used)............... 40.00 Roaa Sporting, 303 ...............................-........ 40,00 AIho several styles 22 ami 25_Cal. rifles, each single shot and repeaters; 2 only Wlnchestor Pump Guns, 12 gauge and a full assortment of single barrel high grade guns, 12, 16, 20 and 44 gauge, $10.00 ench. 'ftieso aro splendid guns and at this price you cannot afford to bo Without ofe. Then wo have u couple of Hiunmerloss 13 Gauge used guns $2i>.00 each. , Game Traps, all alias and styles. MARKETS u. S. wide prii'Libitiim. .mil the n- ih-.w t),  dry torces held Winnipeg, Xov. T.-There" was no-; thing doing in the cash markets to-' lay. Hat;* closed IV-jO loner tor December, llariey closed 2�.2o lower for; ...a ..ii,., -tiil mil r>'�� >' ->y ^'-' v.-.)!. Retail Merchants Meet. :. :;.'t.i.tii .M.t.-;;.(V- \"-'" !!!�! ;: t,.� ',u-'.i K � i,!7 nKUT. .. d. . id" V ii it :;  -i'li! h �i v, ii'-. .�;> " :.i  iii'iiniir w.c order Cti.Ttip C'a 'h .� 1. - '.!  . X ..)!(> " *,! * ii*' t �fr.i'' * ectrd �t! ill' 1 November and lc higher for Decern ; her. ' Winnipeg Markets. ! Oats-- Open Closi December ....... ......siU._, 7'.' ' Barley - Dt'l'tMIlilt':' ....... ____ l>'Ml, te.-.t.. November ....... .....:.liipat!l> !-.!>�!> ivk he ' in K.\> ra ! 1'eed >1 hi��r �: ilei'p*'ut.iu in t'.:- )��|-e H'r- No. 1 Feed, ;;i No. _' Feed. 7 t men; of a lovinu hi:-l'and am father. Harl-y- ,sl-n for the m.itiv b'-.iu;::iil tin ral trile No. C.W.. if..-.:, No. i CAW. leu n:i:-c.vmg Wit" Rejected ....... ...... .fC'4 �I fam; tiitit; ita! Iil)!l; il i '.11 d .�!*..| nith t.r Close t'.iii-. a -a a - .V etMII :. i. '. :.t: A t) N-'l-.i!! and toiwr: l.tniKh; i .iiif.rst'i'd *'M� ! ad-; N i Mi-Mi Hi' Mi .Ml y.  .ret \ '.I.--linn- . niilow ; i.i'.'ae h.'Ia v !'i �;e. i�. -��!.-.' \ r p.. � ! -:;:r; In-;.. . � ; V,- F-r.Vi ' I ,' I!'- I'.'l) t an* and i,-.*u;- i'h.ii.-VV K ;: i . �! and ai. I M: . S i i � I! .1 i iti-1 'Ml-,-;-. >. -tar and .1 A. Piper V.....1 Flax X W.C. .'.'1>. :;t:o. i Mi '.ii are! latum !! !l. ibb. -pray: , ; fatiii'.-.. BARGAIN SALE POTATOES $1.50 per cwt. At Our Warehouse. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. Pfi.or.r 71? Ciridj Fvod Oo.-.-d Lice-tse Nc. "I ', WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PPICES FOR YOUR FURS Hides. Pelts, Etc. LETHBRIDGE HIDE. PELT &. FUR CO... LTD. lleur !'.!' ei^ in - f-l.i, i\ > .\*r mJ.-it tli.-ir gr�a! kiii I r.o ; M. ii'--.- and -ympathy in their n-eent ~ad Wii-'Ut. ' teeav-tiK-nt Al.-o lor the many and! il -|.ra> ; , i�-.iu'ii'ul lloral tribute* from the t'o|-� r.r.; .Mr 1.�;!>;�: Hsjr. Mr. ami ..Mr.-, ii. Patrick's church. Interment , made hi St. Patrick's cemetery, i ) The funeral of the late Carl Wys-rlmiski took place yesterday from St. Patrick'; i-lmrch. Interment was made in SI. Patrick's cemetery. Mac-, Ka> and Hell in charge. The funeral of Mrs. Doeia Mudrock took place from St. Patrick'., church ' ) todav, interim ni being made in St. j Patrick's cemetery. MacKay and Hell were in charge of funeral arrange- ; m -nt '. ; Cure for Influenza is a remedy which should Just at this DIED. AI.I.I-..N V hrumiieller, Alia., on \ Sen.lay, Oct. L7. I!�ls, William Arthur Alien, second son of Mrs. W. ;  '. Allen of lloivmunvillo. Out. ^7s-l ; YOy'LL LOOK LIKE "A GOOD HEAD" After Leaving This Shop Westbrook Bros Opposite Bank of Montreal maanaVHnBHaT STORAGE TO RENT Excellent Rooms for Potatoes and Produce. F. 0. HYDE & CO. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE $70 �UNDERTAKING A COMPLETE FUNERAL FOR This Includes a black cloth covered casket, neatly trimmed, outside case and embalming, hearse and lead car. Single grave uud dlggiug .together with our usual prompt und courteous services. MOTOR EQUIPMENT NEVER CLOSED MacKAY & BELL ^HONE 1802  803 THIRD AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE Sir,-Following for the influeiiia prove of In'erest. time. Ingredient.-: Pure phenol, Calvert's No. 1 i prepared for internal usei, 2i drop!, in an S or., buttle of water, well mixed. 'Dose: Two tabb-spoonfuls in a wine gla-s of water three times iii l'I hours. Children, hah' the dose., 'me dose will be %-noilgh to prevent; three doses to cure. The dose to prevent should not be taken till the Bym-toms of .nfinenf.n-cold, chill, pains, etc. -how themselves; then one ibfe will prevent It In less titan half an hour. This re. clpe came originally from a physician in the West Indies, who used it as a remedy in malarial and other fevers It. cam. Into my possession from the Itev. A. n,siu for the corresponding week a year ago. In view of th� lesser amount of grain moving the figures for the week are considered high-My satisfactory and show a largo vol-jume of mercantile business being transacted In the city. > NOTICE! WE HAVE MOVED TO OUR NEW STORE AT 414 13TH STREET AND ARE N. OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL NINE O'CLOCK Open Sundays from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE "Alberta's Pioneer Orugfliats" Wholesale and Retail Chemists Phones' 1515 and 322 BORN. CRAllAM To Mr. and ham, 12..1 tith Ave. S., '.. a daughter. Mm. W. lira-on November i Went Through Operation Sdfccessfully i It is learned at Mr. O. T? I.uthrop's : ollice today that his father, on account of whose serious Illness he went to Arkansas recently, was operated on at j Fort Smith, Arkansas, November 2nd, It wan necessary to keep him on the | operating table nearly two hours. In spite of hlii age and the large amount of iinastltetlc required to carry through llio operation, tlin old gentleman Is reported to be doing well at | tho present time and is expected to j recover rapidly. | A Former Lethbridge Man I Tile death of William Arthur Allin ioci lined at Drtimheilor. Alberta, on i j Sunday, October 27, following an at-< tack of Spanish intluenza. Interment ' took place at Drtimheilor on Monday, I October 28. Deceased, who was the i second son of Mrs. \Y. C. Allin of Row^ i manvllle, Out., was we|^ known in i l.cthbridge, having lived hero for sev-j oral years being for a considerable | lcetnth of time with the Hentley Co.,] Limited, and later with Ryluuds & Co.! He Is survived by Ills widow, bis! mother and one sister in the east and ; two brothers, Roy overseas and .Norman "X of IVevburti, Bask. ' j Mr. Taber a Supervisor. .1. II. Taber. of .Medicine Hal, for-: morly of Lethbridge, bus been appointed provincial representative for: the Canada Food Hoard. Arrangements have been instituted under the Canada Food Hoard at Ottawa to have a system of supervision undertaken Xmas Photos Your portrait, will solve the N'mas'girt problem. It's the'duly thing your friends cannot buy. U'h time now to have them taken. We will make a likeness that will be like you-this studio is known for the high quality of its work. The Allison Portrait Studio BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE A NEW CREATION NEW INTERNATIONAL WEBSTER'S THE BEST DICTIONARY AUTHORITY, IN SCHOLARSHIP, CONVENIENCE, UTILITY. In Editions from ................75c to $20.00 The Twentieth Century Book Store Your Country Needs the "Dough Buy Victory Bonds Space Donated to the VictoryJLoan 1918 Campaign by John Gilmore JMmited, Bakers g 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 Office Stationery, Office Furniture Filing Cabineti, Typewriters, Mimeograph Machines, Check Writers, Envelope Sealers, Stamp Afiixers. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE. EVERALL & FRANKS Slnnot Block Cor. 4th Ave, and 5th St ;