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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta If I \ NOltOHIIMtR PIANOff ' u , ,\^K0i�6N PHONOGRAI�H8 * � r/'^MSSINIBOIA ^M^ttlC tip..' LTD. ( ' ''Kvcrytli.'ng Mu'sicaV! lllft Sth Itreat euth Phene 1M5 Vrmalne! victory fs slmbst Vrithlirrils eraep ani he cries to you to li ,;P�:n��t *Qi>t untri aomeone'oallB olii >4}u-r'bijt call ot the Victory BELANVS Mfeat Co. cWballas Hotel . Phone 4S2 / ' ' Canitfa Fettd-'BMrd J.i^'ift� Number �r-2Ge. kble>rle�*. >� � � **fHE COWPUNCHER" �y ROBERT J:'C. STEAD  ( � 'Auther ef "The Homeete'edert," vsonas '.of the Pr�irie," "The Bail ;i> , , Jumper," e'tc.jTetc. Davidi, EWen, the boy "cow puDChor"./who tbecomes a millioiiau-e ,df real estate ojerator in UieboomSd^i's of-^he JS'eat and goes "broke' /Jli^^Trithlhe cpllapse of the boom is.th^-centilii figure'in'a tale of humor, love,* philoisopby., falt^rul Tfestern color'andjntense'dramatic interest ;,. s;a�6h: as i8ij>ffei;edr.io..tb!�: �p^blIc only, at .H$re intervals. A Canadian i�*iilItt�il!^U�iwW^>iliff:tW6ngh-;Si^^ well known Calgary author. V : printed In (Janada and �fllustrated b^' the.-Canadian artist Arthur Hemins. A'^promifteilii'book^'CT^ not a wasted 1^: -paragraph.in the ''Cowpuncher." It is a Canadian Dayfd Tiaruui." >riclfROlfe.^HE EVWAlkERVICE IS WORTH SOMETHING AND IT HARDLY SEEMS FAIR TO CHARGE THO^fe THAT TAKErTHE GOODS WITH THEM. BESIDES THE CREDIT SYSTEM IS *UNDVTO. R|NQ .IN SOME BAOiAC-ooou.&wiin-----------^ -------.-------fi1�kReome~Beg. ularfittlThcrl' DljCoA/poasibility bti� ' ' Jtoba wift  Bii|:^.coadl^onB. cease and. Amerl-jw�lMW�in'bectmiM avaiUble,', Wc- , has- rec�JJr�Fta MeaJlJIarket^ ida^Jtedd Board ticenye -�;iimbef 8-28693. siyn'iHVSGiuuNeo. LETHBRIDGE " For all Kinds of^Feed HAY f In carload lots and less, at right prices/ We now have some extra gcHJd, ALFALFA -to offer. Promijf shipment. '! * - / Hor Water Bottle in your home. Such-a bottle will-' -relieve suffering caused by >^ toothache, earache, neuralgia j and many other ills. ^- �' 1 Heat cures in -SucU cases by ^ relieving congestion - and restor-  ing normal.circulation. A HOT WATER'BOTT'le WILL ALSO PROVIDE COMFORT FOR COLW PEET. Prices $1.50 to $4.50 RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK GO, LTD; Sliiteaaaora ^.-Jackson AiCf;'' Telaphonea dSB and 12tt'' CITY AND DISTRICT M. p. P..,Very Jll Dr.SUnley, M.TP.P.,'for jHlgh River, is reported tq be seriously ill with pneumonia. , /mm WW Mi . J- .'A . articles^' linesadde^ for genuine bargamij^^miby ^of^tl^e! h doubk'the |irice Asked,,new BU8iiyE88,^PIiOI4ES 1212-:r1919 .;,.,,o�:eiPikM�20 J Again;.Name Rutherford ' It is again reported th^t Dr. j;;-g. Rutherford- ot Calgary, 'will- be appointed to theRhilway I Comn^issiou.' i Funeral This ;Afternoon # ^ Tlife funeral of Slike YakuboSch was" held,^this .afternoon atj 2^o'clock from St; Patrick's- church, ftftrmbnt being 'made in St; Patrick's .'teiftetery.' Mac-Kay and Bell were fn" charge ot the funeral arrangements..... ^ v. Card of Thanks Mr. and.Mrs.' A. P. Desharnais of Cardslon wish to thank their many kind: friends who showed iucli great [sympathy and kindness in their rer cent berekvement. Also^ for the ^ beautiful florah tributes and spiritual, offering. * ~ " / , , 280r-^l After Nov. n|k We P^y the failtiy^; )B8 for Crearirt*T ' No. 1 Sweat . .................. ............ SOC'per lb. ButteM'at . No. 2'8waat..................... 4Sc per lb. Butter Fat '.I m.r 1 8our''. :i!.:..:............... ..........4fe pei�lb. Butter Fat i N?. 2 BoUr^... ^......'......... ..........44c per lb. Buikff Fat , -'Sliip%#oUr-li^ream 4o us, and invest your money -ip Vl BONDBj: Iii'db|ng this-you wlU bolp.yourso|f Jo. hl;p C^^NADA^ CRykJAL DAIRY, Ltd. VICTORY thatA^o|Hun's day of vaunt- Now that- AUSTRALIA'S WAR LOANS Dennlson Millar, Governor of the Commonwealth Bank of-Australia, who is now passing through Canada, has given some interesting information relating to Australia's war loans; "Australia," he says, "has raised seven : war loans. The first was for �5,000,-OOOi and the objective of the .campaign now in full swing was- �40-,-000,000. Ot that amount, �38,000,000 was in sight. By the time the cam-, paign^closed, the amount asked would j be over-subscribed, ftvery Australian -war loan had been well over-subscribed, several timfes doubled. Never before was money more urgently needed. England was straining every nerve to make sure the victory now hanging in the balance. Every man of military age was In uniform. Every woman capable of doing anything for, the great cause, was doing her bit will-' ingly. / PURCHASE'FLOUR. Ottawa, Nov. 9.-An . nrder-ln-coun-cil has been passed authorizing the board of grain supervisors to approve the purchase of 600,000 tons of Cana-1 dfan flour, b'y the Wheat Export Com- j pany. Limited,'during, the cereal year. I The.royal commission on wheat sup-! plies suggested that this should be the maximum purchased. The order provides for the sale by the board of this Quantity, without in any way asaent-mk that it should be ^the maximum purchased. 1 A "VICTOFtY" DINNER; New York, Nov, . 9.-A "Victory" dinner of the Canadian-: Club of New -york will be held at the Blltmore hotel Monday .evening. Hugh Guthrie, I solicitor-general of Canada, will be the � g.uest of honor. Among others expected as the club's gjiests and speakers is Brig.-Gen. H. F.'McDonald, ot the Canadian array. '."'He enlisted as a lieufnant in the Canadian forces jind CM?, "at the age of 33. is one of Can- i I aR's leading generals. Col. vW. A. Bishop, of the Royal .^ir Force and the great Canadian ace, will speak. PERTAKING Ml^LETE Oft 'proia^t^and couH;epUB serTlees. ,  . - " NEVER CLOSED & BELL S, LETHBRIDGE ; ANNOUNdEIVIENT. ' Give us youi^ order for the next victor records you buy. i Willis Piano Store, Home ot the Aeolian-Vocalion. ; ^ 279-1 Cure for InSGIenzk -Sii-P-rdllowing' ''''A rftlnedy foR'^the'influenza; *Wch-should prove of . Interest ^Ult^at .this time: i ' V. I . 9 J[ngredifents: Pure p^ol,';Cal-yerVs No. 1 (prepaKedfpn Internal use), 24 drops inaif'8 oz. bbt-tle of water, well mijF.ed. . Dose: Two tablflgpooufuls in a wine'glass ot ,TOt^j;t three times in 24 hours, dhlldren; halt the dose. One dpse: will be enough to preventV'.(hree doses to cure. The dose - to ^prevent should not be taken till the sytli-toms of aflnenzarrK:oId; chill, pains, etc.-show - themselves;, then one Alose will prevent it in less than half an hour. This recipe came originally from a physician in the West Indies, who used It as a ,:tfemedy in malarial and other fevers. It came into my posSMslon from the Rev. A. G. EdwaijJs, vicar of St. Stephen's, Norbury, W. Croydon, England. To my knowledge it hgLB been used in i scored of cases of influenza, r:without a single failure.-Mrs. S. H. Brake, Victoria. B. C. - "v The.I^henoI referred to in the foregoing is pwparedi by -The Century old House iof Calvert in England. Their.pfeitarations, which are of the h�&68t order, have practically -disappeared from the Canadian market. . .' .. Wo wish to call attention to both physicians and jiymen that � wo are the fortuiiRi^'^oisessofs of a stock of Calvert's No., 1 Phenol -which is thoj'excluslve-internal preparation: -' j.D.iiieiiotiiii'&(;o. Limited. "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists" Wholesale and Retail'Chemista Phones^1515 an|l,.322 j young sons. Ijir. Allard^ce and,' Mi's. Martin left" ye^t'erdiy iftenibon to'l^e priesent at" tlie^funWr eirai; '1 1 �')' I? > BORN'-'"*.:*, � SHORT-To Mr. and Mrs-'H-Shorlr, on November 7th, a son, Thomas John.) ^ V ^'p^-'/ 280-lx Ypur;Country Nee Buy VictoTu Police Get'Non-Masker* " " Five local then \^p- failed to keep their'masks uif'(5ii this stVeets got into the toils of thie ?ity'-'pblioe yesterday and were �hailed' before" ittagistrate Ir-' win this inor'nin-^. ' Tl/ey weretJas. i PorsaltHe, John 'Stefanie. Johtf Kdrek, 1W. 'J. Coffin and O; Dodds. They-Vere j fined $1 and costs. Jas._ Porsaithfe was �also lined $10 and' costs for being drunk. AleJt Wdlpa", an'idler, failed lo. appear, and will forfeit $10 and costs. ' Punerals To Be Private ' The following: funerals' will. be strictly private, only "J,he 'immediate relatives being preseut The public will not be allowed to enter the house or .parlors. - Clarence Patersoii ofDiamond City on Sunday af li o'clock from Petter-ly's parlors; � -  - � - Mrs. George Scott from' Petterly's parlors at 3 o'clock tdmorrowrxifterr noon.' . . - . ' " '�."*' Hunter McMillan ,at 4.30 tomorrow from Fetterly's parlors. ,  . . J. B. Wilkie from the residence, cpr; ner 6th Avenue and 11th. street at; o'clock tomorrow afternoon. T. S.-| Petterly In-charge;. Rev: W..F. Burns of Knox church'^of which Mn Wilkie jwas an honored member, will conduct I the service assisted - by , Rev. E. .J: Houglns, of the United Ch-arch.. __\-.- ( S'.' DIED PATTERSON-Clarence Patterson of Diamond City, 'aged 10 years 6 months, yesterday Nov. - 7th; beloved son of Jameg Patterson. .280-1 DBSHARNAlS-^^rtha; ibesharn^is; aged 15 years and % months, beloved daughter ot Mr. and Mrs.. A. P. Des^; harnais of Cardstop, Alta.-., 280-J NO POSTPONEMENT , � OF L^pAN'CAMPAIiBNiii The Herald '\jt in receipt of a ' telegram fromv.the Southern Alberta Victory \Lean executive ' stating that, in reseonse- tai,.a re- ' quest from many - districts to' the r mihlster of finance that he extend r the time of theVcampaifrj "past P Saturday, November 16, he haa i-� made an irrevocable decision that,>;.. the campaign must end on Nov. -I'eth. With this clearly In mind everyone connected with tiie cam; paign should redoublj^ his efforts so that the best poB6ib,le results may be obtained under prevailing conditions. ' ^ Death of Bon.in-Law Mr. apd Mrs. AUardyce � received wordot the death of their son-ln-lavjf T; ji;^ Mitchell; aged'-SS yearfa, soil ot � X*ltct^ll;tffBpw, Island," w^^ of. Influenza: at'lils home near Drum- j,gja' o'vef.ni'fll'fnt^reBtlng to recall heller. He leaves a wife and three of Uie iaarlle^ .poems-and car- tflons.'tBatr'fbifis^'w^dfermarf^^ijDBy^^^^ Reclconliii^f fpttiet of thal^-itiiitrits^;*^^^^ to theltowW^I'DeJ* *ftg,^^ many );eBf)*r4'rhe%|sm y�':)>y Henry ChapellK>a,yquth"a^ prime,\r (Defencelis^jiiJ^ln! foM^ neve^ Thou ant'8teMeil*ln mood^ias a'hog-'iu' False frliniflylftna�coward foe:' Vi(tEer; 'J(Sive,tev�ry man a ahow." - ^ .Yfp'LL LOOK.LIKE "A GOOD HEAD" After Leayinfl Thia thtB / We  ti>r ook/' Bribs I'Opfwaite Bank or Meiltreal storage TO HitNT ' , " -Excellent Rothe wear'6fA5b&Sl#flc*.-Books, Reports and Magazines-Bound In the ; Finegt m)my)M^^^^^^- _ - . . ' EV'ERyyK^I^IlL FOR 'ijH.E'OFI-lOE.,WE CARRY THE STOCK.; E^feiALIU & FRANKS ;