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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 3$ Xttt^ilBOIA MUSIC'G�D., LTD. % "Bvir'ythJngMMtUir!/... � . : iiilt tth ttreet South' \ Phorti 1S4i> LETHBRIDGE f ^1 r-4 Fresh Ousters -Dill Pidkies- DgLAN ^feat Co. Opp. Dallas Hotel * Phone 452 . ' Canada Food Beard Llcenle-Numbcr' 9-266�^emb6r .....360 - my ................373 �:;-?;:...':-. Cash Prices. OatB- vH;N6.ii2 C.W...82% No. 3 0,W...79?i , Extfa l^i-eed,..................Sl% r;^*f5No^l Fteed, J8tt No. 2 Feed, 74% ' Blrley-V No. 3 C.W., 106 No. 4 C.^^, 100% . ; Bejected ..................... .'.93 Fe^d ____...____..........82 ��� . -Flax- .i :.� Nd.,, 1 ;N.W.C. |................ .382% 107 f, 370 ll ^ bargain sale . POTATOES $110 pef^cwt / At Our 'Warehouse. v^SaondenHay & Grain Co. V u Phone 732 Canada Pood Board License No. 3-921 Hides, Peks,,Etc. LEtHBRIOQE HIDE' PELT & ; FUR CO., LTD. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph,'Offices Gor; 4th Ave. and 5lh -St|�eet S. Rh^hea:' Office 799; Pes, 326 i it Reference: *. Standard -Bank � Iff ^^^^^ r The Best of Everything for the Week-end ItCOUlTRY i The Alberta Meat^Market - Canada Food Board License Niunbpr 8-28693. \ No. 2 C.W .............379 Caigari; Live Stock.  Calgary,* Nov.-S.-The yards' are again full.of cattle, sliipments^having been very .heavy. Prices are similar to thorfe^i prevailing yesterday; top beet ranging�around $11.50 with a few exfra lieaflea'foing a little higher. Cows tfom 17 to $7.W; stocker^ are ft.llttle^^Blower sale but still hold their pricb? although dealers "loolc for a decUne'la this, class;flfeedera still sell ^elLfttom'''98 ^o llO, taccdrding to Qualltr. Hogs dropped .to $16.75, fed and watered, � fall of ^5c. a hundred. i- PariSi N'dv.: 8.-rThe French and Bri-^sbgovetiiments. have issued & joint declaration i^isuring the peoples between the Taums. region:, and'the Persian Gnlt of a'ssistanqe in secnrlhg full autonomy^ j. v^/*; 'The ;^decIaration says .thii, France and' Great 3ritain will encoorage:and aid the estobllshment of >natiy�^gov-emments luod administrations Syria, and Mesopotamia^ already Uberfited, and will give recognition to tiiese governments as soon as they are effectively established. Five Dollars i^er M9ntli ' Having 'leased the Hick-Sehl Warehouse we are prepared to look after your auto during winter months in practically a fire proof building. I�H0NE 633 Ford Garage 1232 Third Avenue 6, 1 , Leihbrldge sm iyiY& miiiCD. LETHBRIDGE \ .. ' . Jfor all Kinds of Feed HAY In carload lots and less,, at oi*'tIn-canned T0*|ATqii8,f'(>er'^ln'. APPLES. No. 1 Jonathans, these are exception-.illy fine and below wholesale cost, prlcCj.per case...............................$2.60' ORCHARD RUN WAGNERS AND BALDWI^IS, exceptional 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 2Sc POTATOES, 12J/z lbs. for . ............... 25c Per cwt....... ..... ................... $1.90 Large lots, per cvfet......................$1.7S LEMONS, SpecicI lot brought in by express from Spokane, per dozen ...................... 80c FRESH OYSTERS, shipments, regularly by express. CANNED PEACHES, Hygeian Br.ind, per tin 16c' NEW NUTS, Almonds, Brazils, Filberts and Walnuts, per tb.........----..........22c 18c 23e 19c 33o 90o. 50c 12e 14c OLEOMAROARIN^.^per |b; PURE RASPBCRRY^JAM, per tin .......... FRESH BREAD, 6 ^lokyeVfi'r..........;..!. CORN FLAKES, .per'i;ackage SEE0LE88^RAl8INS;,per pa'ckagfe .......i;.. FLOUR, Taytor'aor;Elllion's, per 98 lb. �aek 5.S0 TEA. Our special Orange Pekoe, Teas eeMIng tor a good deal more money i;in packages are not as gdod ae this^ Satl^action^.au'aranteed, per lb....../.....ftSe COFFEE. Our Speoial Mara^lfie/^Thla coffee Is , especially adapted for the watei* in this district 'and many people like- it better than coffees, selling at sop arid mere, A trial will convince you. Freshly ground, per lb. .......38o COAL OIL, in bulk; per gallon^. .\........'... 30e we invite comparisons on prices.'quality considered, REMEMBER it c08t� MONE/ to deliver and run accounts. who PAY8>^ I 1 Th^ Good Co;, Ltd". MAIN STORE 329 5TH STREET SOWTH "PHONE No. 525 TWO STORES high class grocers- * north branch; 240 13th street north phone No. 468 > ^ Canada Pood Board ticenae' No,''8-599" a J 1 I f W^iHIye in Stock the Follpviriij^ RIFLES WlT^JifRb.sllBLY ,TWC N .TWO EXCEPTIONS, fiONE OF THEdE 1^ BE REPLACED, ... ' 'Vj WIHtfheWr Repeater, 25-35...... ......;.!-WPO*' WjiicAeiter'9ater, 26-35 ... .......yM.* Wln98eeter,RV$eatep, 32-40......................-------... i37>�0 Wlne^^eter'l^epeater'carbine, 25-35 ....................... 35^00 WIrtcheate)' JRapeater Carbine, 32-40.................... �, 38.00 � Marllft Repeiiter, 2^ ................. 38,00 Marl|n" Repiii^er, 25.36S;..'..........................'-------. 38.00 Marljii* Repdater, sa^J.;.............................. 3fcOO Rem!n8tori|9epei)jv^i3jjT30..... 80,00 flemlngton v ment'.of single ibarrelhigli grane guns, 12, 16, 20 and-'44 gauge; 110,00, eash{ ;i*|ie8e,are splendid gtins and at this price you cannot affordjo.:be without one. n'hen wo have a'couple of Hhmmerless 12 Glauge'used guns $25.00^ ^ach. .Game Trape,'all aixea and atylai. BUSINESS'PHONES 1212^-1919 OPPICE lW l�c]kclotb covered casket,.neatly trlQimed, outside �; andj^mbalmiitg. iMarae. and .-lead parA^ingle grave and digging ^iSi^7?f^^9^sl*l.V">i>Wi'�iid iQurleouB serric^s. ----lUjP.MENT ' / NEVER CLOSED KAY 1% BELL ' " 80a[T4�pDiA.VE.^^^ LETHBRJDGE* Cure for iDflueiiza Sir,-Following is/ a reidedy for the influeniaw'hich should prove of interest just at this time. '�. Ingredients: 5ure.phenol,-.Calvert's No. 1 (prepared for Intern-" al use), 24 drops in an 8 oz. bottle of w^ater, well mixed. � ' Dose: Two tablespooiituls In -a Wine glass tit lifrater 'three times in 24 hours. Children, half the dose. One dose' will be enough to prevent; three doses to cure. The dose to prevent should not be taken till the sym-toms of . afiiipoza-^pld, chill,, pains; >�tc.-show ', themselves; then one dose will prevent it in less than half an hour. This recipe came originally fi'din a physician in the West Indies, who used it as a remedy in malarial and oUier fevers. It came ^nto my possession trom the Rev. A. G. Edwards, vicar of St. Stephen's. Norbury.'W. Crc)y-don. 'England. Tomy knowledge it has been used in scores 6& cases of influenza, without a single failure.-jJlrs.; S. H. Brake, Victoria. B. C. The Phenol referred to }n, the foregoing ^s prepared by The Century old House of Calvert Jn England. Their preparaitions, which are-oj- the highest order, have practically , disappeared from the Canadian market. -We wiSh to call' attention to both physicians and laymen that we are the fortunate possessdrs of a-stock of Calvert's No. 1 Phenol which is the exclusive internal preparation. ID. itmm&Co. Limited Thfi ^S^XaSJL Store "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists" -Wha^esale' and Retail Chemists � Phonfes 1515 and 322 A Rubber , Doctor Are you familiar with the curative'power'^fibbM? If you are you will appreciate the value of * ^ Hot Wiitfr Bottle in your home. Such a bottle will'' relieve suffering cause* Jiy toothache, earache, neuralgia an^ many othef^lfis. �i|rj� Heat cures IbjSu^? cases iiby relieving .congekOon.and rtstor-iiig uoi,-^&l circcg^pn. ^I* A HOTWATER^.SqTTLE WILL ALSO ^PROVIDE'/'COMPORT FOR COLD .jfeet. Prices $1.50 to $4.50 RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Sueee'asers to Jiekaen A C�r Telephones 655 and IStI Sherlock Building ctxt a^d dis'i;rict / v.*Leav%t,th'e-Telegram. "sW. A". R. Cocq: has, severed hii connection with th^'Telfegram. '  ' Aist, Engineer Dead.' ;Harry Sidenius, assistant chief en-1 gineer for the^ 'C.P.R. -'department of 'natural resoutsoes, died/at Calgary." \f For Belgian Reiljlf ~ The Belgian" R6Iief Fun)l acknowledges': with thanks, regelpt, of $2.50, . cbntiHbuttbn/ro'm Mr.^^JR. Needs, Leth- On itnl^ After Nov. 11th We Piy the following JPrilies for C^eam?^- No. 1 'siieet^cv^^.. ;   .................    50e per lb, :eiitter Fat No. 2*8^et,.7.. .r.. ,.;. ........ , .. 48e per^ lb..iButtereFef No. 1, *-Fat -dhln'tyourVGream to us, and invest your money in VICTORY^ BONDS^ ,Qdfn� this you will help yourself to help CANADA, , d^0jl DAIRY, Ltd. l^o'HIaak, Fined, that bWin/^0 at^e;aj? of the Victory V For.fai^ur^'.to wear &is inytluenaa'Loan comnilttee;handed the Herald mask J. XEllioi^appphred before MA-' . ~ - . _ gistrate Irwin in city police:court this moriling and was. flne^ $l,,Tv-,, - o�.i the death from influenza there of Thb- Washington, ^0V. S.-r-FUrther and AImI Miii-rav Mr Mnrrnv wan^ immediate aid from the allied and Am- T" f ,...^ ?^;,,T*!;.f "^^^ erican governments. In ridding Russia T ' t "i�?i"^o wIVoShI^^ of Bolshevlkl control and re^stabUsh- I^thbrllge In 1911 he wa^ co^^^^^ Ine order is askpcl In an anneal ad- engineer in charge of the plans for drissed lo Pr's'd n wSsoTby 'the ^w^fT'^n, '''',7?,^^i!�^Lr'^[;J"nW consolidated Russian provisional .ov-1 ^^/'i.e P'-^f, th^ Mr. Murray visited th^) city several time's ^during the erection of the plant in 1912._ HELP FOR PA today a'letiterif^bmrlittle. Krva PilUlig, who i� ivlsiHiiK Buy all th'e^'VlctW Bonds you can, ANNOUNCEMENT, Give us your order, for the nej?t-victor >eteord8 you buy, .'TyilliS PI4no Store,; Home ofithe Aeolitin-Vbcallon-. ' Winnittegrtias no' immediate intention of establi^hiiur a thUnicipal dairy. Mayor. -Davidson deblared'; saying. a ^'cheme ofvtiiat nature is not possible under ^resejit' :;linancV&l .^conditioiltv^ -' ,-�OU'LL LOOK LIKE- . ' ''A GOOD HEAD'' After Leaving Thia'Shop Westbrook Bros Opposite Bank �r Marrtreal STORAGE' TO RENT Excellent 1)001(18 for :Potateea � and pptduce. F.Q.HYDE&CO. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIOQE ernment at - Omsk and delivered to Secretary banaing by Boris Bskhme-teff, Russian ambassador to the Unit, ed States. ' . After describing the reign Of terror inaugurated in central Russia by the ; Bolshevlkl and asserting thatioontrol by this element is made possible only through German Influence, the appeal says aid already extended-to.Russia by the allied governments will be in I vain "if the new help arriyes too late." i It adds that every hour, bf delay ("threatens with innumerable calamities Russia, the allies.and other nations." ^ ' : The provisional government expects the aid of'the allies ^and the tJnited States and "considers itself in "the right .to demand Insfstently such help," says' the-appeal, which is signed by Nicholas Avksentieff; president o� thb"- provisional government, , and Deter Vologodsky, premier,. Frederick G. Pratt hdsresigneil'his position as Assistant Pl-bVlnolal Secretary of the Ontario Btanch of the G. W. V. A. and )iaa accepted: a post on the National CouncH'Yl.M.C.A. Military Service "Department." , A Few Casualties. Mailed casualty lists report that Pte. CjMS. Sheffield, enlisted at Mac-lebd, nejct of kin England, interned in Holland, has.been .admitted to hospital; Pte. Doiiald (J. Teniiant, enlisted at iGrnn)imj, hBxt,:of Itin �Scotland, is ill. Pte. Jas. Christison, enlisted at Lethbrldge, noxt of kinvRegina, is tt'Ounded. Tlie' next of' kiij of Pte. Rbbt. Brooke, "-who was reported wounded the other day, is Mrs. J. P. Grlercourt, 413 12th St. south, Leth bridge. WE HAvM MOVTED TO OUR NEW STORE AT 414 13TH STREET N. - ^�>^>:-from 2 to 4 ifind �, W' 'Phort'f-446 . " ,^ Open Sunday from 2'tb 4.a^dj^^7 to 9 Personal Mention: - .H. L. Stephens of Calgary, owner of th'e Coaldale hotel, is in the City. John I. Chipman, the well knbwn Ma-grkth sheep rancher, is in thie city to- day. ,� i Bx-Gove^no^ M. B. Hay, of Spokane, who has large laild interests In SoU-thb'rn Alberta, is �^ business visitorr, ': W. A. Aubin of De|roit, one of the owners of the Regal mine at Taner, is a business visitor. Mr. Aubin states Your Country NeeSls^l^ ''Dough Buy Victor&lBands Space Ponaled to the VictoryJbpan^9t8 Campaign by , JohnQilmomLirmiqd, Bakers ^ ' Xmas ' Photds ; Your portrait will solve the Xmas gift problem. It's the ofilyvi thing your friends cannot buy. It's'time now to bavethein taken, We will maHe a lUcenesa' that will be like you-this studio Is known for the high quality of Its work.  The j^lJijBon l^ortrait Studio vBALIvfoRAt^itiOCKft LETHBRIDQ^ JloKBINDINa, ' Lo^%/I^'e:^^- :Syatems and Blank Books for every* book'keepiiiK require)itt^nt(:< liii^e to orde'r. Modern Binders built to'atand'y the wear ofWbuiiKoffice. Books, Reports and Magazines Bound In the Fiuest Qtfanty'fceathers. ' , EVttrtfTHINO FORTHE OFFJCE. WE CARRY THE STOCK; & FRANKS .! - ,Cbp.-^4thi:^Vi;i*ifid;.8th^.St, Sinnot Block' ;