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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta > THR r.KTHBRHKiB DA1LT HRltALD AND ABOUT CITY uMn. (ieo. Scott, of Co�lhuist. Vietfm of Inlhi�nM-A Card-} Ston School Headier. Too t Although no deaths from influenza i occurred lh l.ethbriiiige during the l'4 thoim up to noon today, a number i}SY� occurred jn Use stirroituding district. Word tomfls from t_'avdi?U)ii , that Augustas Peti'isou, a^ed '.V. a school teacher. riit*l there this morulas; from pneurnsirtia following iurlu-eru*. I. -.I'll*1 iln.ii.i nccmrl'il �: Diamond City on Nov lift of li tare nee I'atctsoii. lage^l 1" years anil *-ix monuis follow-,'iti|c infiiicnzft illnBJU. The hoy was ;the >4�n of Mr. .Mrs. .las. Pater- r *on. The funeral 'will take place on j�)tind�,y a; 1 Rev. .Vi". Bu:t.s i iy's part)/? ire in .'aj arrangement? i VeslerAay bridge, coming hero from Loehgelly. | Scotland, nix year* ago and leaving he to Irs' year to reside in t'onlluirsl. She leave? to mourn her loss her htis-hand, o'eorge Scott, firo boys aged :> ; iind rt respectively, a motier in- Scot-Innil mid two brothers In France. Thu , funernl will take place on Sunday at .'? o'cloi k from Kenedy's parlors. Interment will nvule in the public cemou-ry. Rev V. J. Hodgins officiating. Tlie ciealli lO.ik. piste in the city at tli* Gail '.loipital last night ot Lewis Sheinkev. npfd tTi. following a long illnes? from v nicer Deceased was a .tew anil kept a Second hand stare on r"fit street near tJie Hudson's Bay. Yesterday he was about as Usual. :iud called at the city offices to pay his taxes lie had intended leaving this ; morning for Rochester. Minn . to undergo an operation, hut during the afternoon lie was suddenly stricken ami went to the hospital where he tiled in ;i fen hours. Vile funeral took place today, with the .lewish Rabbi in charge, and K�:ter!y's parlors in  charge of llie arrangements. A sad death occurred at l'iird>:on II am from Diamond City'on No* .">tlt when Bertha Desharuis. aged l,"> suet umbed after a short ill Ii i'liargtv. >Ytt�r- t nes?. lleceased was a (laughter o: luai^c of the tuner-! Roadmaster and Mrs. Hesharnis. The {remains were drought to l.othbridge he dt'iitli took place inland the funeral held this afternoon ' the city from influenza of Mrs. Cecilia Scott, of Cualhurst. aped :�"> years. J lleceased was wel'A known in Loth- at two o'clock from Kottorly's to St Patrick's church Interment was ni.vle in St. Patrick? cemetery. Kerr's Grocery list As Usual S5iows How to Minimize the "High Cost of Living" Fresh Fruis and Veg�*aMes California Grapes, pnr lb. .-. .25 Swotet Potatoes, per lb.......10 Celery, per lb...............10 Cran terries, per lb..........20 Hothtfcise Tomataei- per lb. .40 Hothoua* Lettuce, per lb. .. .30 Florid* Grapefruit, each. .15. .10 Citron, par lb..............05 aguaah, per; lb...............05 Jam. Apricot, King Beach No. 4 pail, each .......>.........91 Jam, Strawberry, Wethey's No. 4 pail, each ..............96 Boss Hand Cleaner, per tin .11 Izal Disinfectant Powder... .11 Lemon Polishing Oil, bot... .21 Custard Powder, Harry Homes. per tin ...................14 Chocolotta, Ready to use no cooking, no milk required .32 Condensed Coffee, Reindeer Brand, small tins.........16 Pork and Beans, e.ich 8c and .11 Sardine*, Sailor Queen, tin .13 Worcester Sauce, pint bottle. 2 for .......................25 The Second Victory Loan Drive Is on. MAKE FT A MILLION! TRTDAY, NOVEMBER 8, E THEN LET LOOSE Lethbridge's Celebration Will Take Place When the Terms Have Actually Been Signed TEA Kerr's Special; a bwiutiful-brok en Orange Pekoa Leaf Tea. fine rich liquor, ttb.......6? Manning's Special, a rare blent' or rich rvsery flavor, highest quality, par lb.......... . 1.CO Spider Leu Green Tea. lb. .59 iB. .95 SEC OWR ATTRACTIVE PRICES ON BLUE RIBBON, NABOB, BRAID'S BEST. AND SALAOA. THEY WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. COFFEE The great secret of our coffee business is In our getting sup plies fresh from the roaster weekly. Try a pound with your next order. Our Own Blend, fresh roasted, a regular 45c line, 3 lbs. 1.15 Kitchener Brantt, ho finer procurable- Regular 50c, on sale this weak ...............46 Ltmen Pie and Cake pilling, 4 lb. paii, each ....... 1......50> Jam, Apple and Strawberry, Lynn Valley, No. 4 pail, ea. .66 Jam, Wethey's Plum, No. 4 pail, each................... . .84 Honey. Airline Brand. 2' tin, each Salmon, No. 1 Red. per tin .39 Green Tomato Relish, quart seal tr, each ...............55 Olive Butter, small jar.....14 New Saeded Raisins, ner pkg. .17 New Seedless Raisins, pkg. .15 New Currants, per pkg. . . .22 China Root Ginger.' per lb. .60 Alfalfa. Honey..Kerr's pint seal er .:. . ................80 Lemon' Squash, large bottle .50 Plum Pudding, Libby's over seas size, each ..........28 French Mushrooms, per tin .59 Asparagus, Del Monte brand, medium size, each......25 Fancy Jap Rice, 3 lb. sack, eac* ....................42 Fruit Cake, per lb...........40 New Table Figs, per lb.....30 New Table Pigs, per pkg. . .25 Wondershine. cleans silver or gold without rubbing. Regular 25c pkg.. this week .......15 3iby's Ow.r Soap, this week .30 Ouatbaaa. targe tin ........39 Catsup, Donalco, par bottle .34 Pettijolsn's Breakfast Food, per pkg...............'.......29 Libby's Moist Mines Meat, in glass ....................56 Tabasco Sauce, per bottle . . .40 Coodwillie's Pears, in glass jars. each .....................45 APPLES! APPLES!! Finest British Colombia Winter Applet All wrappfti stock. No. 1 ant) Xo. - gr.'ttles. I,ay lu your ttintpr stock now whllP prices are attractive. ' 1 Oc box Off on 5-box Orders. ' Jonathan, No. 1, per box...........$2.70 Wagners, No. 1, per box...........$2.85 Northern Spy, No. 1, per box........$3.50 Delicious No. 1, per box............$3.75 Macintosh Red, No. 1 per box........$3.25 Baldwitu No. 1, per box............$2.70 New York Wine No. 1, per box......$2.70 Jonathan No. 2, per box ........... . $2.60 Rome Beauty No. 2, per box.........$2.60 Wagner No. 2, per box.............$2.60 Grimes Golden No. 2, per box.........$2.60 ALL APPLES DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME AT THE ABOVE PRICES ' Geo. Kerr & Co. Family Grocers and Provision Merchants 'i. Canada Food Control l,ironsn No. S-240S PHONES 1453 AND 1365 913 FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDOE When word comes over the Herald leased wires, that the Germans have signed the armistice terms, surrendering unconditionally, the word will be immediately paassd to Mayor Hardle. He In turn will pasa it along immediately to the C. P. R. and other organizations and whistirs will start to blow. At the same time tha Herald will publish a proclamation issued by Mayor Hardie commanding all good citizens to observe a holiday in celebration of peace from the time the whistles blow until 10 o'clock in the morning of the following day. A preliminary outdoor thanksgiving service will then be held in front of the city ha'l as soon aa possible after the news is received. All bands In the city are expect- ed to ba In attendant* ait this matting.. If the new* ahmilal ritt �rrlv* kef or. 11 e'efotk �n tfca availing of any of .the ntxt three day. the e.l.bratl.n will not taha plaea until 10 o'clock the next morning after it la received. All eltizens will naturally be "-expected ta display all available ftaga and bunting. The mayor is determined that the celebration shall not be prematura! but when It doea coma ha la juat at determined that- It shall ba a good one, and In thie he has-the baehlng of every citizen. A'FLU VICTIM Although lliortt were hundreds of people in l.cllibildrp who felt more or less sore because LcthbrldBR didn't Join in thf t'clcbratlon of pence yesterday, following flio publication of the now celebrated ponce-hoa� by nn opposition news service, they woke up this morning to the, fact that Loth-bridge did the wisn thing In depending on the Crtiiatlliui Presn veports received by the Herald. Events h�vc provnn that, the Herald's service- was right. In the meantime wltnt Mayor Uartlie said yesterday, about a real celebration at the proper time, sons. Yesterday afternoon a delegation composed of Qeorite MacKay, Asa Tarks and John Dow of the Rotary Club waited on the commissioner!* to con-alder arrangements for :i peace celebration, and the above general plan I was adopted. (,S�D�cla! to the llrlsidi Kenile, Nov. S.-The death of Mrs. Oftrner last night and that of Jones Oerrard brings the total of the victims of infliMtixa tare up to ;i2. A hard fight 'wan tnodJ1 ,to. save the life of Mrs. Div Crarn�r,\but.'the stubbornesH of the malady wan too mueh for her weakened vitality and Blie succumbed at nine o'clock. The funeral will take plnce here at three p.m. Sunday. Dr. King arrived Inst night, and though much, fatigued from constant, work Is remaining to assist the overworked physicians of the local staff. (Joneml conditions Indicate a sllghj, improvement. WELL OVER TOP .Mngratii, as last year has mndo A great record by practically doubllns its Victory Loan quota. Now comes word from Claresliolm where a'aiml-lar fine record has boon established. Clai'osholm'h quota to the loan was $150,000. On Nov. fc'tli It had ralsett $220,000 and w�h still fining strong. Curmanguy is another point that ia doing great tilings under the chairmanship of A. K. Qttayle of the Car-mnngay Sun. Tin) Carmangay qtiot each day. the following resolution wa.s passed: ' "That this special meeting of the > l-ethhridge Board of Trade and the Retail Merchants' association called ' to consider the advisability ot entorc-, iug in I^ethbridge the order of the | ! provincial board of health in regard 1 i to closing stores, etc.. of the opln-i ion that there ia no present need fori I enforcing this oider in the city of' ; I.etlibridge. that in our opinion the j j present situation in regard to the epl-; ' demlc here Is not such as to warrant i the enforcement of the order." I I The niotirm was carried unanimous- i ly, and 1h being forwarded to the city J council with a request that the conn-1 til pass a resoliitloa makins the pro- > vinclal order ineffective in Lethbrldge. j : This will lie done during the after-; ' noon. ! j At the same meeting this morning it -was moved by .Messrs. Llvie and i .Nelson that the order regarding the, ' wearing of masks be rescinded as it la belltved to be a detriment rather j ' than a help in combatting the disease. | : Several opokv strongly against thf; i  masks, hut the meeting vuted tin1, iuo- ' lion down, on the strength of the fact ; that medical men appear to be in syni- j pathy with the iveminK of masks. | A request was inad� hy (,'halrman ' ;HaW(len ot the Itetalleiv, that the tils- j 1 infecting t stores be made general, ', in order to show the shopping public 1 - tlilit the retailer.i were doing all in i their power to prevent (.hopping being' : mad" in -my way dangerous. The ! matter was left to the discretion of ! individual merchants, but it was stat.-' ed by a number of merchants at the , 1 meeting that their stores wero disinfected every day. The situation in the coal camps along the Crow Is still very bad, according to the C.l'.R. and the coal output has dropped off by mon: than i half. Helloviio In fact is about the j only camp where tonnage In Ktlll nor-: mal. HARD JOB TO FORM MINISTRY Madrid, Xov. X.-After unsuccessful efforts ot various leaders to form a cabinet to take the place of the Maura government, the resignation of which was announced yesterday, M&rqulH de Alhucemas Is said to have advised King Alfonso to entrust th0 task to Senor Villaneuva, minister of foreign affair* in the Itomunoncs cabinet, which resigned April 19, 1917. A cabinet formed by Viilaneuve, it Is nnderatood, would be under the premiership ot Count KomauonoH. Indication)) are that. Roinanones is not making much headway In forming a ministry and tho king himself may ug&in navo to iM�i*rUko tuv ta'ik. "Steady On, Canada. The great day is at hand. Behind the Canadian lines, 50 months of bloodshed and anguish, 50 months of fiery trial and of sacrifice-of various triumphant and incessant battling against the hosts of evil. And in the surging joy will come to us the sobering sense of duty yet to be performed. Canada's part in the finish of the war must be as well done as was her part in fighting and winning it. Canada's great duty to her living and her dead must be met with the same manliness, seriousness and determination which has won for her the respect and admiration of the world in waging the war. Canada's Victory Loan, 1918, must be over-subscribed that Canada may discharge in Peace the great responsibility which the war thrusts upon her willing shoulders. , Canadians, let us with devoutly thankful hearts and in proud consciousness of duty well done, proceed with our great task. "Buy Victory Bonds, 1918, to Make Victory Complete." ;