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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta In. G�o. ScD^iot Co^huniit. yiittin of InffiuwiMt-A Card- AUfaoush no ^�at]moiid City OttV Nov.j 7th of Q'larenoe Paterson. �seV l** yeiirB and vets months follow-1 Inr'iloflueajia illnBis. The boy was tkfl^sMi of Mr. aiWl -Mrs. Jas. Pater-MU. - The funeral nvill take place on Siind^r at 11 a.m. Crom Diamond City t* thA public cenetery, Lethbridge, Rev. lAv. Burns i^i charge. F>Etter-ly's parlors are in ilharge of Ihe funeral arranVements. i Tesleriay the dfiath took place in 1 the city fioni influenza of Mr*. Cecilia Scott ofifcoalhurat, aged 30 years, i Deceased was weU kna\yn -in Leth- � �j'l^rWHev 'iSOinlM h�Jov. 5th when Bertha Desharnls, aged 15 succumbed after a short illness. Deceased was a daughter of Roadmaster and Jlrs. Deshai'nis. The remains were brought,.to Lethbridge and the funeral lield this afternoon at two o'clock from FettB, IRAID'S BEST, AND SALAtoA. THEY vyiLL SAVE YOU .MONEY. coirEE , The grcatlsecret of our( coffee iiusinaa* is In our getting sup-pi las fresh from the roaster . weakly. Try .a pound with your , next order. �� �. V' Our%0*�n il��id, frash roasted, a' newipar ,4Se -line, 3 lbs. 1.15, KitMiniir Bran*l, >io finer pr.o-curabls. Ragtaar 50c, on sale jji thia �Sfcsk ........46 ' Lemon Pie and tCafce Filting, 4: V. Ib. paii, each ..,..../...:. .50 V^sm, Apple and Strawberry, ", Lynn Valley, No.-4 pall, ea..66 Yyam, Wethey'a PliM, No. 4'pali/ each ...,.!.....'.../....;, .84' oney. Airline ' Brand, iYz Ib.t tit aieh.............95 Sal^hi No. 1 Red, per tin .39-Greeri Xomato Reliah, quart seal- ei^ each.................... .55, Olive BjUtter, small jar .....14, New.Seided Raisins, per p,H8.*.17_> New aeedleas' Ralsf!*,:pkg. .15 � Npw Currants, pisr>^pkg-;-.. .22 China Root'iftirtgeirH'pisr lb.'.60, Alfalfar ^^ey>;^Kerr?S;^int seal- er,,.;|.f^.';.:S".".'?;'. ..... .80 LanfonV'Sqiiiiih, large bottle .50 Plum Pudding, Libby's overseas aizc, each..........28 French' Muahrooms, per tin ^9 Aspara^ua, . Del Monte brand, ''medriim size; each .......25* Fancy Jap Rice, . 3 Ib. sack, each ...........; .42 - Fruit Cake, per lb. ......... .40 New Table Figs, per Ib.....30 New Table Figs, per pkg. .. .25 Wondershlne, cleans silver or gold without-rubbing. Regular 25c pkg., thi* week.......IS .3aby?s Own Soap, this week .30 Dustbaae, large ili\........39 Catsup, Oonaice, par bottle .34 Pettijehns Breakfast Food, per ; pkg. ...... .29 Llbfay's Moist Mine* Meat, in glass ..v.......;;....... .56 Tabaaop Sauce, per bottle .. .40 Qoodwl(lie%-pears,'in glass jars, ..each..........45 Al^ES! APPLES!! Finest Brituh CoUunbia Winter Appk^ All wrapped stock, No. 1 and No. 2 grades: Lay in your winter stock now while prices are attractive. ' lOc box Off on 5-box Orders; Jonathan, No. 1, per box ...... fl^afners. No. 1, per box ;..---- Noitkem Spy^Jlo.'!, per box .. ..,. Ddidous No. I, per box .. Machtosb R^d, No. 1 per box..... JbUwinsNo. l,per box :\ .,. New"IbiiiL Wine'No.'^>per||�OK' Jonatban No/2� per box . . Rome Beauty No. Z, per box ... Wagner No. 2, per box .... Grimes Golden No. 2, per box .. ALL APPLES DEUVERED TO YOUR HOjME ' AT THE ABOVE PRICES \ $2.70 $2.8S $3.50 $3.75 $3.25 $2 JO $2 70 $2.60 $2.60 $2.60 $2.60 Kerr & Tor Growers and Provision Merchants s^a^ida Food Control License No. 8-2408 PHONES 1453 AND 1365 ETSOUTH LETHBRIDGE Faid-up Capital Xeaerre Fund , -Kesonreca . . it,oat,aoe . 13l,� Serenteen houses.placed in quarantine, eleyen remoTed from quarantine and no deaths'in .tbe. 24 honrg pteced iaS noon today, siuha\?ip tbe ^finenza epidemic /sUuation'in-^Lethbri^Ke; >and iifdicales.Hhat LetUbridge batpsassed the,pealt.-'and iB^Swl. on thf -Kvy to cbmple(e|3iecov^i^.'^^i -f .MJaJ^aSayebaxl^StaistiDCtly^oBti-iBisdi^t^ the hyis'ilf^lr ifrayir^JKins hi^wa^hfnl-neS3 he ieeia that the.'w;)r8t,has pass-^^.^ .B^ople'jare i; urgj^d 51 iicoiitlnue to take-;evfeF]{;,�pt^caatti)p as. the're is a g^6"at'deal'of'fill' still in the mining districts alons the Crow, and-it would be very di8appoijiUnB-'';^ould Lethbridge experience a recrudenscence of the epidemic^ * > � Atva..,meeting ot the .Lethbridge Boayd ol Trade andr. the Retail Merto warrant the' entor ce'men t'^^of' Jthe'; order." The motiqp. wa^s '{j^Miine'd. unanimously, and is being forwjifded to the dity council with a rettu'est'that the council pass a resolution making the provincial order ineffective in Lethbridge. This will >e done during the after= noon. � At the same meeting this morning it was moved byMpssrs Llvie and Nelson that the order regarding the wearing of masks be rescinded as it is believed to Ije a detriment rather than a help in combatting the disease. Several spoke strongjy against the masks, but the meeting: voted the motion down,,^ on the strength of the fact that medical men appear to be in sympathy ' with the wearing' of hJaskB. A request was niadiai/by'Chairman Bawden of the Retailers that the dis-infqcting of stores be made geiieral, in order to show the shopping public that the retailers were doing all in, their power to prevent shopping being I inade in any way dangerous. The matter wag left to the discretion of individual mercliantg, but- it was stated by a number of merchants at the meeting that their stores were disiur. fected every day. The, situation in the coal camps along the Crow is still very bad, according to the C.P.R. and the coal out. put has dropped off by more than half. Bellevue in fact is about ^the only camp where tonnage is still normal.' ' HARD JOB TP FQBW MINISTRY Madrid, Nov. 8.-After unsuccessful efforts of various leaders to form a cabinet to take the place of the Maura government, the reslgn^lpn'^tKwJblch was announced yesterda:^; TWarqiils de Alhucemas is said to' have advicj^d King Alfonso to* entrust the .task" to Senor VillaneUva, mlnUier of foreign affairs in the Romanonea; cabinet, which-resigned-April 19, 191Y; A- cabinet formed by VlUarieuye, it is understood./'would be under- the premiership of Count IlipmanoneB.1;in-. dlcatlons are that Romanoiiep;Isriiot making much headway in--formihg a ministry and th^ king .hlmiself _ may agaih have to iiurt�rtako the ta4k. MAKEBIG NOISE TiiLETtBOSE Lethbridgt's Celebration Will take Place When the Terms Itave Actjually Been feigned When woni comet over tha Herald laaaad wires, that the Qer^ mana have alanad the armlallct . teriTia, aurrand^rlng uneotidltlen-aily, the Word,will be immediate- . ly paaaad.tb Mayor Hardla. He in turn wIMpaaa it along Immediately to tha C, P. R. and other erfan-iiittiona and.whiatiea will atart to blew. At tha aame time tha Her- , aid will pubtlah a proalamatien iaauad by Mayer Hardie eemmand-ina all good, eitiien* to obaarva a holiday In ealabratlon of peace from the time the whittlaa blew until 10 o'clock in the morning of the following day. ' A preliminary outdoor thanka-giving aarviee will then be held in front of tha city hall aa aaen aa poaaible after the news la reeeix-ed. * All bands in tha city are expilet- tlh 10 Co'etoek- >�hr' ritxt.^memlnfl afttr^ilVlil^ealvad.^ , ' , All ai^lnWw II.'naturally ba ^aaMetM t^vdiaplay all avallabla.' Hiliayand buntjni.:: Ttti mayor^Va dat�rnliine((..tls,at the .Mlabi'ati'on-^sh^ll/laiit :be-.pra-^l^; maturaV but'Whatt'JtVdoab^eVma iHa ''i ia Jutt-as determinad that'it ahall l ba a food ena, nd'inrt'hlalhevha^^r the baeking of avary^citla'en. , --S ; Although there were hundreds ot people in Lethbridge who felt/more or less sore because Lethbridge didn't join ih the celebration of peace yesterday.' following the publication . of the now celebrated peace-hoax by an opposition'news servict), they woke up this mdViiihg to the fact that Lethbridge did tho ^Ise thing in depending oh the Canadian Preaa reports received by the Herald. Eventa have proves that ,the Herald's service waa right. � ; �' In tlie meantime what jVIayor Hardia said yesterday, about a real celebration at the proper time, goes. Yesterday afternoon a delegation com-. l^osQd of George Mackay, Aaa Parks, and John Dow ot the Rotary Club waited on the commissioners to consider arrancements for a peace oele-bration, and the above general plan was adopted. % (Sbeolal Th^^- Carmanga^ quota was 176,000, and-rup; till last night $85,000 > had been Talsed, with good prospects for hitting th� 1100,000 mark this yfHisTt.- Canada Food Board, Licciiue No. I'i-iiS, ""Steady On, f The great day is' at hand. Bekip |Ke ^aniadian lines, 50 months of bl^dshed and a^hguish, 36 r^hdilr c^^'fiery tried and pf sacrifice-^of various triumphant andindessan'f battling against the hosts of evil.. : - ,f ^ ^,�-^^ ^ ^ And in the surging joy will come to^sAe sobering sense of duty yet to be performed. . � t Canada s part in die finisK of the war must be as weQ dl as was her part in fighting and winning it. one Canada 5 great duty to her living and her dead must be niet with the same manliness, seriousness and determination which has won for her the -reispect and admiration of the waging the war. , m Canada*s Victory Loan, 1918, must be over^sybscribed diat Canada may discharge in Peace the great responsibility which the war thrusts upon her willing shouldersij; Canadians, let us with devoudy thankful hearts and in proud consciousness of duty well done, proceed with our great task. ; > Buy Victory Bonds, 1918, to Make �II i <}  .�""",^t'."r ;