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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta �030HtlMCR PIANOS KDI8QN PMONOURAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everything Musical" I1� th Street South Phone IM'j LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD! j GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street S. Phone 14�3 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable Prices. Fresh Oysters -Dill Pickles - DELANY'S Meat Co. Opp. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-266-'. FINEST QUALITY FRESH GOODS SOLD ON THE CASH & CARRY PLAN THAT IS OUR SYSTEM OF DOING BUSINESS AN D IT MEANS EXTRA VALUF. TO YOU. DELIVERIES FOP A SMALL EXTRA CHARGE. EVERYBODY LIKES IT. IT MEANS MORE MONEY FOR VICTORY BONDS. SPECIALS FOR TOMORROW NEW FICTION S1.50 each $1.50 each "The Daughter of the Land" ......................... by Gene Stratton Porter "The City cf Masks" ................................ by George Barr McCutcheon 'The Girl from Keller's" ............................. S1.50 each by Harold Bindloss "The Sheriff's Son"...................................... $1.50 each by William McLeod Raine THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Store PHONl 14*7 MARKETS No Winnipeg. Nov. s -The:.' wa� m>-(iiinp doing in easfi trading on flic local market today. Oat-t c',o�ed '4i-iiigaer fur December ami Mav closed .It H.t.lev elo-ed �� ruix .�ed ir., li-t. IV hlKhcr .M;ij i JoM'ii lit :.r.' Winnipeg Markets !: letter !>efe;n- r \V................3T! those prevailing yt -terday. fop beef ranging around Jlle" with a feu i'Xtrn heavier poinc a little hfgli-it i'.iw-i from IT to $7..'.�: Mocker-( are a little slower sale but still hold ; th-dr price although dealer* look for ' ... $ a decline in this clar-s: * feeders �tl!l fell well from $S to $1o. laccording to quality. Hogs dropped to IK 7.".. fed APPLES No. ', Jonnth inf. these are exception--Hv fine and below wholesale cost, price, per ............................... $2.60 ORCHARD RUN WAGNERS AND BALDWINS, exception!! value, per case .............. $2.15 CELERY, fresh and crisp, per lb.............9c PICKLING ONIONS, per lb............... 10c FRESH CITRON, per lb..................... 5c SNOW APPLES. 3 lbs. for.................. 25c SNOW APPLES, per case .............. $3.00 ONIONS, finest quality winter stock, S lbs. for 25c POTATOES, I!1 j lbs. for .................. 25c Per cwt................................. $1.90 Larqc lots, per cwt...................... $1.75 LEMONS. Specir.l lot brought in by express from Spokane, per dcsen...................... 80c FRESH OYSTERS, shipments, regularly by express. CANNED PEACHES, Hygeian Brnnd. per tin 16c NEW NUTS, Almonds. Brazils. Filberts and Walnuts, per lb.............................. 22c WE INVITE COMPARISONS ON PRICES. QUALITY CONSIDERED. REMEMBER IT COSTS MONEY TO DELIVER AND RUN ACCOUNTS. WHO PAYS PEANUTS, fresh roasted, per lb............. '8c CANNED CORN, new pack, per tin..........23c CANNED TOMATOES, per tin .............. 19c OLEOMARGARINE, per lb................. 33c PURE RASPBERRY JAM, per tin...........90c FRESH BREAD. 5 loaves for ............... 50c CORN FLAKE8, per package .............. 12c SEEDLESS RAISINS, per package .......... 14c FLOUR, Taylor's or Ellison's, per 98 lb. sack 5.80 TEA. Our special Orange Pekoe. Teas selling for a good deal more money in packages are not as good as this. Satisfaction guaranteed, per lb........................................ 55c COFFEE. Our Special Marflealbo. This coffee is especially adapted for the water in this district and many people like It better than coffees selling at 50c and more. A trial will convince you. Freshly ground, per lb................38c COAL OIL. in bulk, per gallon .............. 30c The Good Co., Ltd. MAIN STORE 329 5TH STREET SOWH PHONE No. 525 TWO STORES NORTH BRANCH 240 13TH 8TREET NORTH PHONE No. 458 HIGH CLASS GROCERS Canada Food Board License No. 8-599 We Have in Stock the Following SPORTING RIFLES WITH POSSIBLY TWO EXCEPTIONS, NONE OF THESE CAN BE REPLACED. .. I Winchester Repeater, 25-35 ................................ $30.00 Winchester Rensater, 25-35 .................j.............. 36.00 Winchester Repeater, 32-40 ............................... 37.60 Winchester Repeater Carbine, 25-35 ....................... 35.00 Winchester Repeater Carbine, 32-40....................... 36.00 Marlln Repeater, 25-*.................................... 35.00 Marlin Repeater, 25-36.................................... 35,00 Martin Repeater, 32 -..................................... 35.00 Remington Repeater, 30-30 .............................. 50.00 Remington Repeater, 30-30 (Slightly used) ............... 40.00 Ross Sporting, 303........................................ 40.00 Also several stylos 22 nnd 25 Caf. rifles, each slnglo shot and repeaters;. 2 .only Winchester Pump Guns, 12 gnugo and a full assortment of single barrel IUkIi grtiilc puna, 12, 16. 20 and 44 gauge, 110.00 each. These nre. splendid (cutis and at HiIh price yon cannot afford to. be without one.Then we hiwe a couple, of Hhmrocrlcss 12 Gauge, used guns $25.00 each. Game Traps, all sizes and stylet. Consumers' Hardware & Supply Co. BUSINESS PHONES 1212-1919 OFFICE 1920 THE GALLED JADE WINCES ? � higher for Nov, for 1�.....-uiber . and watered, a fall of a hundred U4i>~ lfeeembcr May Hurley - December Kiss- � November Dorembcr May . Opoll* ( lOff ASSIST TO SECURE / I'iom Kim .iflno' It.vU>u-> thought i-mhM Mrii I Hon \AV told ami believed I we Ii.nl tii.. tinn .nut mean-, to ilo it. . Wo �.�!; Into ,l ji.m ,i -vhole )i..|�|>l>- \l- I .Villi IMKiTm--: �'� 'Mllfl'lt (hi Idame for a 4 We f.:i>l The,,. !i:|t o-|t�i Cash Prices, tiats No. : C.W . s;-, Kxtra 1 IVe,i No, 1 r'.ed. 7"', iftricy No. :; c w . lteje, ted .... Feed........... Ktax-No. 1 N.W.C. ... iv.-a. ;i- No I (' v\ I'.iri-. Nov �... - The Yrrn, .im! I'.n 11 - Is KoviTfiiiifiit i hiti i�-ii�-.l u ,'oln: �.� t!ii- Tiiiini' r�'ici"ti .'ii'.'l !); I'>r il.vn ('.�.lf nf a-Mota:aia. .�!r'-:�>ly US�r*t--,!. I and ~>H'. ?iV�' ri'Vidiitlon to t!>.i'~>. ;;ov. Ii-rumunlt a-. i I ivi'ly 6�tabU'l!llt |)l> b..,t u-frnm you yiv.i liad w.. t:ih i. -av^ l.i|! tt If In- iv. r. a InV'-ad !i Ilk,, til,. o luillv \\!m lo|i..� vir'i ii. a l.no. !- 5>ri part d lo !ix>k afi�r your unto during wltu-i-r nioiitU* in pravtli'uUy a iiro piiKif Imiallng. PHONE 633 Ford Garage 1233 Third Avenue S. Lsthbridgs The Best of Everything for the Week-end R. COULTRY Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Hoard License Number S-2869'J. � SAMS HM & GRAIN Co. LETHBRIDGE For all Kinds of Feed HAY In curloaii lot,-, and = , at right prlet-. We now Law :(iui� ma Bood. ALFALFA Lifer. I'rompi hliipmca*. Thrf-*1 kindR of CHOPPED FEED nairy rows anil oih. r titock. W�- aUo buy and sell POTATOES Atiy quantity. Canada Food Board Licenses: No*. 121M; 9-S4U0 and :;-i.2l. tO l-lf I-'or hug **ur-- pliejjol, �',il-' pr-fari'd for lntiTtl- r>>;.i jn an > oz. hit'.- Cure for Influenza S;r.  Ki.il,,vv a.'A !�� ; rviiH'dy t,,r tin- ii.lit: tu.i aliSrl) -luullil |u..\- of ii'.lnfuU !:t a 'Vim- k'.:i-� of vval�;!; i.;reo ilo^.v t.i itju' Tin- do- to pri'Veiit -.ho ill! p. t I.,- t. i: t\ ml the synv torn* f.f u' on r,ld, chill, paint, s hour. Thh re-rial ami u'.io-r r.vcrs. U i unit- into my iKidiiesslun from tin- Ki\ A t; lMwartU. virar of St Sii-phi-n's. Norimry, \V. Croydon. KiiKiiind To in\ Lnov.'Ii'iIk*' It !,,i-. Iifia iim-.I til joiivs (if. i-jiC- of iiiflii'-usrj. vvillioat a -inelf fuilnr.- Mi> S II. Ural.e, \'i. tori.i I! i' Tli-- I'hiiiol rif.rti-d to in th> fori-i-'oitiB I- ii'.*pii>ii liy 'i'lii-Century old liuum: of Calviit I!) KjiKluml 'I'll' ir pr.a|iptal't'd from tin- Canadian inurket. W.- vvi.-.h to rail aii.tiiion to hotlj piiV.-diians a:nl laymen thai in' ar.- tin- fortun.it-- p'.irinfct,ors of a htm k of Cstlvert'iv No. l*h,r>iMi,. inlf> to the \'i(.-iory Loan.' Is Returned Soldier. Sapper (i. It. (illkoit, formerly ft C. I'll, employee here, who Went over- Little Cflrl Eager to Help. Chairman Haallm of the Victory honn committee lumded the Herald today a letter from Utile Krva I'illinR. who ^ vlhlttnK Ijoag lleacli, Calif., to her father and mother here, contain-Ins? lite following parnKriiph which, he nays. Khowtt tlto spirit that Ih mak-ItiK hoys and girls conlrlliute to the war loans: "1 don't think you can ittiesc what 1 Ulifwith tho |o you sent j me. I liftve II left after I npent |4 for war savfngrt stamps, so I urn help-I inr th" vrar along. 1 thought thnt Ifj ] we got over the top in this fourth j Liberty \mi�i drive It might mean victory. Four dollars Isn't much hut it Is bettor than nothing, so 1 havo four ANNOUNCEMENT. (.ive us your order for the next victor records you buy. Willis Piano Store, Homo of the Aeolltin-Vocalloii. Winnipeg has no Immediate intention of establishing a municlpul tlalrv Mayor DavidKon declared; suying 'a M'lieme of tliat nature Is not possible under preseut financial conditions. HELP FOR RUSSIA Huy all the Victory llonds you cun. l "Schlnive ). D. Hiptwtnam & Co. Limited Tkn Jh/foZ% Stor* "Albeita'S Pioneei Druggists" Wht'esalc and Retail Chemists Phones 151^ and 322 Wa-ihiiifM-.m NT5.--b'urther and immi di.-te aid : . a: the allied and Am-i-ri. an KOi .ni!...-iH'= in ridding Itllaai.l ol lloS-liiv iki ii.ii'rol and re-ealublish-i in an appeal ad til Wilson by the tii provisional gov-alid d'diver.'d to by Hnrli Hskhnu->,sudor to tile I'nit- d Ht, ,;aMm,y ,B,H .. .-.-rting tout control ,.,. (.^^ Sheffield, enlisted at .- made possible . overnment expects ;(jriercourt, IKS 12th St. south, I.eih-allies and tho United , bridge, ii-iders itself in " the j___ liour tif delay tuuineraliie '.lies and Other Personal Mention. right to demand insistently such help." >av s th, appeal, wIiIlL is si^n-1 Ij. \,. Stephens of Calgary, owner of I by Nichola, Avkseutleff, president tho Coaldalo hotel, is in the city Nichol of tin; pra\ i-.ioiial govorninenl, ttiter Yologod-ky, premier. and l'l'e.kiPk c Pratt has resigned his position a A ; ...in i'rovinclal See-k-tarv ,,� the Hni.trlo llraiich ot the >'�� ^' V. A. and am accepted a post i ii ti... N.tt).,i,H> Council Y.M.C.A. Mill-t try S.-t-v:.. , I A.]i.u-tuieiit. .lohn 1. Chipman, the well known Ma. grulh sheep rancher, Is in the elty today. Ex-Governor M. K. Hay of Spokane, who has large land interests in Southern Alberta. Is ii business visitor. \V. A. Aubin ot Detroit, ono of the ovvnorp of the Hegul mine at Taber, is it business visitor. Mr. Aubin states UNDERTAKING' A COMPLETE fl�7A FUNERAL FOR �P * vF This includes a black cloth covered casket, neatly trimmed, outside MM w4 mbtlinieg, hwrse gad lead car.^Siuele grave and diggiug IdPllhfr with our usual prompt and courteous services. MOTOR IOUIPMCNT never closeo MacKAY & BELL ynowt teas _ sos tmiro ave. s., lethbridge Your Country Needs the "Dough Buy Victory Bonds Space Donated to the Victory Loan 1918 Campaign by John Gilmore Umjted, Bakers ^ Xmas Photos Your portrait will solve the Xmas gift problem. It's the only thing your friends cannot buy. It's time now to have them tnk-on. W'o will make a likeness that will be like you-this studio Is known for the high quality ot its work. The Allison Portrait Studio BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBRIOQE BOOKBINDING Loose Leat Systems and Blank Books for evory book-keeping requirement made to order. Modem Hinders built to stand the wear of a busy office. Books, Hoporta uud Magaziues Bound in the Finest Quality Leathers. everything FOR the OFFICE. WE CARRY the stock. EVERALL & FRANKS Slnnot Block Coj. 4th Ave, and Mh St. ;