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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta rtO:tOHIIMER PIANOt EOISON PHONOGRAPHS ! ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everything Muaical"' 115 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 64 11th Street S. Phone 14S3 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable Prices._ DON'T DESERT HIM HOW! * After tour'years oC fighting -don't drseft him -NOW. Ho n winning! Victory is almost within his grasp and he niM to you to 'carry on." Hri will "carry qn." never feir. Bui will YOC ? Do no! Vait until someone mills on you-hut call t.t tin Vii; >ry Loan Office TODAY and buy to the very limit. DELANY'S Meat Co. Opp. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canida Food Board License Number 9-266; OUR SYSTEM SAVES YOU MONEY WE DELIVER THE GOODS,IF YOU SAY GO AND MAKE A SMALL CHARGE. THE E*TRA SERVICE 13 WORTH SOMETHING AND IT HARDLY SEEMS FAIR TO CHARGE THOSE THAT TAKE THE POOD'S WITH THEM. BESIDES THE CREDIT SYSTEM IS BOUND TO BRING IN SOME BAD ACCOUNTS WHO PAYS FOR IT? WE ARE PLACING THE. CHARGE WHERE IT BELONGS. STOCK UP WITH VEGETABLES FOR WINTER POTATOES, finest quality, per cwt....... $1.90 In quantities, per cwt.......'............ $1.75 ONIONS, finest 0. C. Winter stock. 8 lbs. for 25c Per cwt. $2.90 CARROTS, per cwt...................... $2.60 BEETS, per cwt.......................... $2.60 TURNIPS, per cwt....................... $1.75 PARSNIPS, per cwt....................... $3.25 CABBAGE, per cwt....................... $2.25 "THE COWPUNCHER 99 By ROBERT J. C. STEAD Author of "The Homesteaders," Jumper.' "Songs of the Prniric' ' etc., etc. "The B.iil David. Elden. the boy "cow puncher" who becomes a millionaire real estate operator in tiie hoom days m' the West and goes "broke' with the rotlappc of the boom is the central in a tale of humor, love, philosophy, faithful western color and intense dramatic interest such an is offerrd tn the public only at rare intervals. A Canadian novel through and through:'written by the well known Calgary author, printed in Canada and illustrated by the Canadian artist Arthur Iteming. A prominent book critic writes: "There Is not a wasted paragraph in the "Cow puncher." It is a Canadian David llarum." Price $1.50 THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT OALLAS HOTEL PHONI 14*7 The Good Co., Ltd. MAIN STORE .529 5TH STREET SOUTH PHONE No. 525 - NORTH BRANCH 240 13TH STREET NORTH PHONE No. 458 TWO STORES  HIGH CLASS GROCERS---- Canada Food Board License No. 8-599 "I ALBERTA COAL IS .Tecling Against it Wanes, and t Will Likely Become Reg- r j ulnr Fuel There j "here is noi only a possibility bill' vary probability that Manitoba will continue to use Alberta coal after the present conditions cease and American coal again becomes available, according to a letter which E. T. Kitz-almmons. assistant fuel controller for Alberta, hm received from .1. A. Mc-' Donald, fuel controller o;' Manitoba. Mr. Fitzsimmons explains that as aooa as tJte people of Manitoba had really had esperience in using Alberta coal, the unfounded prejudice which they had against it passed away, in !fac! they find it easier to restate their fires with Alberta coal than witii the Pennsylvania anthracite. '� Dealer* both in Winnipeg and in i thc lower for May. Barley closed lr lower ior December. 1 'lax closed 17c lower for November; lSe lower for December ami I'l I-L'c lower for May. ! Winnipeg Prices BARGAIN SALE OF Aid. H. W. Newman has announced that he the mayoralty. of Kingston, will run for j O.lts-- Open. Close. � Dei "tuber . .......' 7 .�>� May ...... ....... SIS Barley- ! Decemner . I f-'la\ - ....... 107 ion I Noveinner , ....... :;s;: ;',ti."i December . ...... ;;i',i :I.VJ i May...... ........ :t7:5 i Cash Prices ( Oats...... No. 2 C.W.. 1' . No. :: c.w. 7(i ; Extra No. 1 feed ............ j No. ! feed 77'� No. 2 feed . :: i Harlev - ! No. :: C.W.. lo.-. No. 4 C. W. .10.1 I Keject.-.l , j �'"> ,...... '. in l- lax- No. 1 N. W. C................ . .:;r>r�ij A Rubber Doctor Are you fumlliar with the curative power of heat? If you are you will appreciate the value of a Hot Water Bottle in your home. Such a bottle will r�lievo suffering caused by toothache, earache, neuralgia and many other ills. Heat cures in such cases by relieving congestion and restoring normal circulation. A HOT WATER BOTTLE WILL ALSO PROVIDE COMFORT FOR COLD FEET. Prices $1.50 to $4.50 RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson 4 Ce> Telephones S55 and 121! Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT war?!* See our.wuidow for genuine bargains, many of the articles shown Worth double the price asked, new lines added daflyi * Consumers' Hardware & Supply Co. BUSINESS PHONES 1212-1919 OFFICE 1920 M. P. P.. Very III Dr.-Stanley. M.l'.P.. for High Ttiver. 1 is reported to be seriously ill with pneumonia. Again Name Rutherford It is again reported that Dr. J. G. Kutherford of Calgary, will be up-pointed to the lUillwiiy Commission. x Funeral This Afternoon I Tlib funeral of Mike Ynktitiuzcli was held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from St. Patrick's- church, ifitermont being made In St. Patrick's c.ertietery. Mnc-! Kay and Uell were in charge of the funeral arrangements. I Card of Thanks Mr. and Mrs. A. I'. Desharnais of Cardston wish to thank their ninny kind friends who showed such great sympathy and kindness In their recent sad bereavement. Also for the beautiful lloral tributes anl spiritual offering. 2S0-1 On and After Nov. 11th We Will Pay the following ' Prices for Cream:- No. 1 Sweet No. 2 Sweet No. 1 Sour . No. 2 Sour .. 50c per lb. Butter -Fat 48c per lb. Butter Fat , 46c per lb. Butter Fat 44c per lb. Butter Fat Ship .your] Cream to us, and invest your money in VICTORY BONDS. In doing this you will help yourself to help CANADA. Phone 1576 CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. AUSTRALIA'S WAR LOANS POTATOES $1.50 per cwt. At Our Warehouse. Saunders Hay k Grain . , . Co. Phone 732 ' Canada Food Board License No. 3-921 : Df unison Millar. Coventor of WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR FURS Hides, Pelts, Etc. LETHBRIDGE HIDE. PELT & FUR CO.. LTO. Hear C.P.n. Telegraph Offices Cor. �th Ave. and 5th Street S. Phones: Office 7M; Re*. 326 Reference: Standard Bank AUTO STORAGE Five Dollars per Month Having leased the Hick-Sehl Warehouse we are prepared to look after your auto during winter months in practically a fire proof building. PHONE 633 Ford Garage 1232 Third Avenue S. Lethbridgs the ^!comm.'n\vealih l'.auk of Australia, who ii- now passing through Canada, has jglvou .-nine interesting information relating to Australia's war loans. "Ail--[tralia." If says, "has raised seven J war ln:in�. The first was for �."�.oi.-j'l-en. and the objective of the cam-| paign now in full swing was �4(1.-litm.yi.n. Of that ainotiiii. X'.'.SJHiO.umi | was in sight. I'.y the time the campaign, closed, the amount asked would I be over-subscribed, livery AUHtraliun I war loan had been well over-subscribed, several limes doubled. Never before was money more urgently needed. Knghiud whs straining every nerve to make sure thy 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 willingly. 30 YEARS AGO W� had the refutation af falling the beat meats to be had. -AND WE'RE STILL DOING O BY PHONE SERVICE. ft. C0ULTRY ~ Phone 492 ' The Albert* Meat Market Canada food Board Liconsu Number S-28693. SAUNDERS HAY & GRAIN Co. LETHBRIDGE For all Kinds of Feed HAY In carload lots and less, at right price'. We now liave some extra goSil. ALFALFA to offer. Prompt shipment. Three, kinds of CHOPPED FEED For hogs, dairy cows and other stncl;. We also buy and sell . POTATOES Any (Juaiv.ity. PURCHASE FLOUR. Ottawa, Nov. '>.-An order-iii-coun-ill has been passed authorizing the board of grain supervisors to approve I lie purchase of OOb.i'n'Ri tons of Canadian ilour by the Wheal Kxport Company. Limited, during the cereal year. The royal commission on wheat supplies suggested that this should be tin? maximum purchased. The order provides for the sale by the board of this |(/uantity. without in any way ussent-I ink that it should be the maximum pur-i chased. A "VICTORY" DINNER. New York, Nov. '.I.-A "Victory" dinner of the Canadian Club of New York will be held at the lllltmore. ho-tisl Monday .evening. Hugh Guthrie, solicitor;;eneral of Canada, will be the guest of honor. Among others expected as the club's guests and rpealters Is flrig.tien. II McDonald, of tin? Canadian army. lie enlisted a.-, a lieu | mint in the Canadian forces jind - k-uv, 'at the age of is one of Cc.n-Am'H leading generals. Col. W. A. Itishop. of the Uoyii! Air Force and the great Canadian ace, will speak. Cure for Influenza - Sir.-Following i^ a remedy for the influenza which should prove of inti.-n st . just. ul this time. Ingredients: I'ure phenol,.Calvert's No. 1 i prepared Tor internal use i, 'J4 (irons in an S oz. bottle of water, well mixed. Dose: Two tahhaat.iooi.fuls in :t wine gla-s of water three times in .'�! li-'tirs. Children, hah' the dose. On,- dose will be enough to preventJ three doses to cure. The dose to prevent should not be taken till the sym-tnnis of iifiiienza-cold; chill, pains, etc.-show themselves: then cue dose will prevent It in loss than half an hour. This recipe came originally from a ydiysiclun in the West Indies, who used it as u remedy In malarial and other fevors. It came into my possession from the Rev. A. G. Kdwards, vicar of St. Stephen's, Norhury, W. Croydon, England. To my knowledge it l^is been used In scores of cases of influenza, without a single failure.- Mrs. S. II. Brake, Victoria, li. C. The Phenol referred to In the foregoing is pr� pared by The Century old House of Calvert in England. Their preparations, which are of the highest order, have practically liisappeared from the Canadian market. We wish to call attention to both physicians and laymen that we are the fortunate possessors of a stock of Calvert'H No. 1 Phenol which is the. exclusive internal preparation. ' I. D. Higmbotham & Co. Limited "Alberta's Pioneer Drugo'sts" Wholesale and Retail Chemista Phone;. 1515 and 322 Death of Son-'m-Law .Mr. and Mrs. AUardyce received word of the death of their son-in-lav* T. H. Mitchell, aged :t.'J years, son of J. Mitchell of How Island, who died of at his home near Drum-heller. He leaves a wife and three young sons. Mr. AUardyce and Mrs. Martin left yesterday afternoon to be present at the funeral. Police Cet Non-Maskers Five local men who failed to keep their masks up on the streets got Into the toils of the city police yesterday and were halte 1 before Magistrate Irwin this morning. They were .las. Korsaltho. John Stefanic. .lohn Korek, W. J. Collin and O'. Dodds. They were 1 fined $1 and costs. Jas. Forsnllho was also fined Sin and costs tor being drunk. Alex Wolpa. an idler, failed lo appear, and will forfeit $1" and , costs. be > * * THE D*AYI > * ' � * * >  +  �>**** tomorrow from V'etterly's parlors. J. B. Wilkle from the residence, corner Cth Avenue and 11th street at o'clock tomorrow afternoon. T. S.-Fcueriy In charge. Rev. W..K. Burns of Knox church of which Mr. Wllkie was an honored member, will conduct the service assisted by Rev. K. J. Hoiiglns, of the United ChJrch. \ ---i DIED PATTERSON-Clarence I'utterson J of Diamond City, aged 10 yours ilj months, yesterday Nov. 7th, beloved, son of .lames .Patterson. 280-1 j DKSHARNAI8-Bortha Deshurnuis, j aged la years and months, beloved ' daughter of Air. and Mrs. A. P. Des-harnais. of Cardston, Alia. 280-1 NO POSTPONEMENT OF LOAN CAMPAIGN The Herald is* In receipt of a telegram from the Southern Alberta Victory \Loan executive stating that, in resoonse to a request from many districts to the minister of finance that he extend the time of the 'campalffi past Saturday, November 1G, he haa made an irrevocable decision that the campaign must end on Nov. 16th. With this clearly In mind everyone connected with Uie campaign should redouble his efforts so that the best possible results may be obtained under prevailing conditions. You you dreamed for  the Day, schemed for tit* Dfiy, Watch how the,D�y %tli'g6; Slayer of age and youth "and prime, (Defenceless slain for never a crime) Thou art steeped'in u hog l'u slime- FalBc friend and coward foo. ! You have sown for the Day, you iiava grown for the day. Yours Is the harvest red; YOU'LL LOOK LIKE "A GOOD HEAD" After Leaving Thla Snap Wc  t b r o ok Bros OpposUa Bank of Montreal STORAGE TO KENT Excellent Rooma for Potatoea and Produce. F. 0. HYDE & CO. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE Your portrait will solre Xnms gift problem. It's the only thing your -friends cannot 'buy. It's'tlmb'now to have them'taken. Wo' will 'make a likciiesa that will bo like you-this studio Is known for tho high quality of its work. UNDERTAKING A COMPLETE P^ERAIjilfOR . 'T.Ag5 JUslMda a bUto* ilo|a> ^ovtred casket., neatly triuamed, outside Bttff lB^^rVH'T'"! nwree and lead car- Single grave and digging $70 3t*M$*t ^h^oiv usual promat and courteous services aJOTWt �tUIPMINT MacKAY NEVER CLOSED HON* IMC & BELL S03 THIRD AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE Your Country Neecf$ the ' Buy Victory Bonds Spate Donated to the Victory Loan 1918 Campaign by John Gilmore Limited, Bakers 'JL:-.-- The Allison Portrait Studio BALMORAL BLOCK LETHOIIIDOI llooia Leaf Systems and Blank Books for every book-keeping requirement ma4o to order. Modern Binders built to stand the wear of a busy office. Books, Reports and Magazines Bound In the Finest Quality Leathers....... ' EVIRVTHINQ FOR THE OFFICE. WE CARRY THE STOCK. EVERALL & FRANKS Slnnot Block ' Cpr, 4th Ave. and Sth St ;