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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ..JCIMCR .^I4tl0l tr^S^v ui�ON PHOI^OQIlAPHt ^ m\W6iii Mt/i�6NCinntnK! Victory is almost within his grasp -aixd he cries to ton to -"carry on." He will "carry on," never fear. But will YOU? Do not wait until someone ilalls on you-hut* call at the Victory 'Ijoan Office TODAY and buy to tlie veiT limit. J . abia Pricaa." ^_ DELANY'S Meat Co. Opp: Dallas Hotel Phone 4S2 4 . Canada Food Board LIcenta Number 9-26K "THE COWPUNCHER" By ROBERT J.'^ii/STEAD Author of "The Homeateadera," "Songa of the Prairie," "The Bail ) i Jumper," etc., etc> David Blden, the boy "cow puncher" who. becomes a millionaire real estate operator In the boom days, of'the West anu goes "broke" , with the collapse of the boom is the central figure in a tale of humor, love, philosophy, faithful western color and intense dramatic interest, audi as Is offered to the: publlc>only at rare intervals. A Canadian novel through and through; written by the welljtnown Calgary author. " printed ia (Canada and illustrated by the Canadian artist Arthur Heming. A prominent book critic writes: "There Is not a wasted paragraph In the " NORTH BRANCH 240 13TH STREET NORTH . PHONE No. 458 TWO STORES HIGH CLASS GROCERS �Canad) Pood Board LIcenae No. 8-S9 >1 -f 'f I ' Watching the Wires WRECK SmUE Pant, Nov.- 11.-(Havaa.)- During revolutionary diaordera at^ ' Calogna a crowd tried to demoliah { with machine ^un fire a atatue of ' , ' William II, but' fhially aoiftent'ed Itaelf by.m'ufnint up the atatue.. and Blacing upon It a card Inacrib- \ ' 4 ad "A good journey.", � It. ia report- ? \, -ad that. Prihea'' Hanry. of.' Pr.uaaia:;! /X^t^aa fladto Denmark, talcing with - him hia paraonal fortune. . \S .AUSTRALIANS DEAD' M'-r IN WAR,58,890- / ' ;Mal.bourne, Nov. 1f.^The lat-, aaCfigurea on Auatraliafa eaaual-^^'-laa'aiioMr that the dead,numbar ; 1:890 ;Vnd , the weunded� 158.199. The aignifieance of these fl~"re!^ *iir be realized whan itfia^ remfRir; .bared that tha whole populntlen Off:Auatralia la only,5,0uo,ooo. mi' i BARGAIN SALE . , - OF POTATOES per cwt I.; At Our Warchouae. Saunders Hay. & Grain Phone 732 Canada Food iloard License No. ",3.?Z1 . , * f A PUBLIC DANCE.  A public dance \nll be held on the i street in front the city hay tonight in,aid of the Hed Ctoss; City band in attendance. Everybody be on deck. CELEBRATES FALL PF KAISER | | " Great Falls, Mont, Nov. 9.- Froih tjie UmeUtaaC'the.newsof the kaiser's ! determination, to abdicate. flashed ov- i er.t&e" Wires "tbts afternoon until late tonight this city has been the scene of Va:- hUailona celebration - in which agedrpeople and tender youth joined. Confetti; whistles.'and bells were used by eVerybg^dy.-; 'Thff'Black Eagle band waa.order'^ lout and 5000 people Tar-a||ded|, "This evening the streets were aw^pC around-Jlotel/Jtaiabow and general,dancine to band music was the order. �WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR Hides, Pelu; Etc. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT & PUR CO., LTD. near^iO^P.R. Telegratih Offices Cor iithi^a. and: 5th Street 8. fhm�: Office 7�B; Res. 326 i, i J^eferepce: Standard Bant If women have beauty they don't need sense in order to get husbands -^that is, certain kinds of husbands. ,AUTO STORAGE Fhre DoOari per ^Month Having' leas,ed 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 8. Lethbridga 30 YEARS AGO so BY PHONE SERVICE, M^vhad tha reputation of aelU tvips tha beat maata to be had. I^Ji-ANO WE'RE STILL DOING COULTRY I^hone 492 pa _ _ ___ ,fejrlfi),,AlbarMi Meat Market tt^anada Food Board Ucense Number 8-28693. SAUNDERS HAY & GRAIN CO. LETHBRIDQE ' Per all Kinds of Feed HAY In's carload lots and less, at right prices. We now have some; extra good, ALFALFA to offer. Prompt shipment. Three kinds of v CHOPPED FEED For hogs, dairy cows and other stock. We also buy and sell POTATOES Any Quantity. Canada Food ;Board Licensea; Nos. 12181! 9-8406, and 3-921. Waiting for the signing of the ar-' mistice ending the fightingvon the west front was a strenuous busine^s.^ in the newspaper offices of the west,. and the Herald -^vas no exception to the rule. From, eleven, o'clock last Friday morning a practically ceaseless vigillhas been maintained by the Herald. On Saturday evening, after the news was received that,the German courier had crossed , the : French lin^ the news was liable to come any minute. As a result it was necessary to. keep open the Herald > leased wire every minute possible. On Saturday night the Herald ,kept open until late, then the operator, who had been on ^ty snatched; a few hours' sleep. � ,', On Sunday morning the wire opened at eight o'clocki and the operator, Mr. White, remained at hia'post until ten o'clock thafevening. At that time the day newspapers, owing to a dispatch from Paris stating ithat it was possible; an extension of time might, be granted Germany'owing to the chaotic conditions prevailing ii'thslt country, allowed the operators to go home,, but kept a string on them so tliat they could be called at an^ minute. | Atl-Ci this/tnorning the Canadian Press Winnipeg office shot out a flash stating that the arrnistiae had been-signed. This came to the G.P.R. yard office in Lethbridge, and immediately the operator called up the Herald news editor, who sent a taxi post haste for Operator White. Though he had been in bed only three hours he piled out and was sitting on the wire within fifteen minutes, and copied the\l dispatches which appeared in the extra announcing the end of the fight-. When the news editor and operator got on the job it was only a few minutes � imtil the composing room and press room staff were on the job too, ana within a few minutes the extra containing the big news was on the streets, and also on the trains leaving the city during the morning. It was a pleasant ending to a 72 .Hour watch. Prior to getting out -the armistice extra the Herald got out an extra covering the news-ctf the kaiser's escape to Holland and the spread of the revolution. This extra was placed on the early night trains to go to all parts of Southern Alberta. In connection with the handling of the news to the Canadian dally newspapers it is interesting to note- that the Canadian Press had , a little "scoop" all Its own. When the flash was received in New York, all the Associated Press operators in the United States were at Innch. The Canadian Press got the flash in Ottawa from Xew Yor';, and in nine seconds had relayed it to Vancouver and ail intermediate points. The Canadian Press_] had the flash across the continent be-1 fore the Associate Press had been able to flash it to Seattle and other coast points. " It was a great achiere-ment. , : ,^ "The extra with the armistice news was on sale 'before daybreak, and was also spread aUthrolugh the sur-riundiug country by trains aind automobile.- -In addition the Herald wired every town in, the territory the news j of the signing of the ajmiiBtice. A Rubber \ Doctor " Are you ^miliar 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 wiir relieve, suffering caused .Jby;' . toothaehe; earache, neuralgia and many other ills. Heat cures in such eases by relieving congestion and resl^prf ing.jiormal'circulation. A HOT WATER BOTTLE WILL ALSO PROVIDE COMFORT ^OR-^COLD FEET. Prices 1L50 to $4.50 RED CROSS bRUG & BOOK Ca, tTD^ Sueeeaaora^ Jackson A Cokl 'Talephonea S5S and .ItIS Shorlook Bulldlno . CITY AND DISTRICT Death at Waei^er 'Mrs. A., J; Bulman; aged 20 years was a victim of Influenza at Warner on November 10th. The funeral will "be held at 3 o'clock at Warner ywitli MacKay and Bell in ollarge. Private funeral. / S�|e our window for genume bargams, manjr! of the articles shown worth double the pifce asked, new 'Imet added daily. Copiiffiis' Hardware & Supply Co. BUSINESS PHONES 1212-1919 OFFICE 1920 Death at Drumheller I i At. Brumheller, on November 8th, the de,ath tnok'place of Thomas Mit-cJiell, aged 33 years. The funeral wilC take pllace from the parlors of Mac-Kay and Bell,on Tuesday,.November 12th ; at 4 o'clock. Interment will be j made in the public cemetery. . The funeral will be private. Infant'a Death. ' ' / Christina Christie, infant daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. John Christie, -i20 7th St. north, died on November 9th. , The funeral in charge of MaoKay-and Bel], took place on Sunday afternoon at t^o o'clock from- St. Patrick's [^church. Interment was mu'de in St. Patrick's cemetery. Oil and After Nov. 11 th We 'Wfli Pay the following Prices for Cream:- 'i"* .1*.if.. .t......... .'.T............. 60c per lb. Butter Fat K*' .................. ...........��� Pei-.'b. Butter Fat No.,1 Sour 1.............r....................46c per ib. Butter Fat i,No. 2.8oii.r'v............f......44e per'Ib. Biitter Fat , ;l8 a remedy for- the Influenza'which should prove of intetest', just at-this time. ' Ingredients: Pure phenol, Calvert's No. 1 (prepared, for intern^ al use), 24 drops in an 8:oz. bottle of water, well'mixed. Dose: Two tablespoonfuls la a" wine ,glas^ of water three times in 24 Iioursi Children, half the dose. One dose will .{>e enough to prevent; three doses to cure. The dose to prevent should not be taken till the sym-toms of oflnenza-cold, chill, pains, etc.-show themselves; then one dose will prevent It in less than half an houf. This te-.clpe came originally from a pftysician in the West. Indies, who used it as a remedy in , malarial and' other -fevers. It came into my possession from "the Key. A. G. Edwards, vicar of St. Stephen's, Norbury, "W. Croydon, England. To :my knowledge it has been used In scores of"^ cases of influenza, without a single failure.-Mrs. S. H. Brake, Victoria. B. C. . ^ The Plienol referred to in the foregoing is prrpared by The Century old House of Calvert in England. Their preparations, which are of 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 possessors of a stock of Calvert's No. 1 Phenol which is the exclusive internal preparation. . j.D.lligiiil)o(liJiin&Co. Lianited. "Alberta's Pioneer 'Drugfllats" Wholesale and Retail Chetnlsta Phones 1515 and 322 A Baby'a' Death .,, Today, November 11th, the death took place of Jennie Biacklook GOgan';' aged J) months and two weeks, |the . twin'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. ; Gogan on 17DS 7th avenue north. The funeral wllf be held privately from the family residence on Tuesday, Nov. 12th at 2 o'clock. Interment will be made in the public cemetery. Mac-Kay and Bell In charge. i^unerala Announcement of the notices of the late E .V. Dooley will hppear In tomorrow's paper. The funeral of Steve Petros will take place from Fetterly's parlors at 3:30 this aftel'noon to -St. Patrick's-! church. Interment will be made in St. Patrick's'cemetery. The funeral of the late Miss Delay will take place from St. Patrick's church at 10 o'clock on Tuesday, Nov. 12th. Interment will take place In the family plot in St. Patrick's ceme-. ; ^ry. T.- S. Fetterly in charge. ' The funeral of the late Hunker Mc- ;Mlllan took place at 2 o'clock this afternoon from Fetterly's parlors. In- I terment was made in the public cemetery. Owing to circumstances this funeral was changed to take place this afternoon. Funeral of Late J. B. Kilkle. The funeral o� the late John B, Kilkle took place Sunday afternoon. A short service at the house was conducted by Rev. W. F. Burns and Hev. E. J.,Hodgins. Twenty or more auto-j mobiles followed the remains to the � cemetery, where Rev. W. F. Burns and � N. T. Maeleod, of the Masonic order, conducted th^ burial service. The floral tributes were numerous and beau- ' tiful. Many messages of sympathy. came to the family from outside points. The Rotary club received ' messages from the Edmonton, Calgary f and Saskatoon clubs, paying liigh tri-1 bute to the work of_ the deceased pre-' sident of the Jjethbrldge club, and the Saskatoon club also sent a wreatli. 1 The pall bearers were members the Masonic, iorder, thre.e of whom were'also Rotarians, Messrs. N,T, Maoleod, W. D. King, T. H. McCready, F. E. Spooner, A. G. Baalim and J, H. Alexander.' / j,'((Pfpmitehile;Ledger).i' Cranbrodt,tB..C?, Nov. 7.-\Mith the arrival of .3* (^oaen'or more Sisters of Charity for-tduiy in St. Eugene hospital and. Hon; J. H. (Dr.) lUng with hia coat;oft for,the good of humanity, Cranbrook'brbathes easier todayr The citizen8;:,areVfacing'the situation with more' calm and withal more determination.; to :^8catiip,out^ the Spanish / in-f I'uenzg^ i;tl8'believed the di?ense has reached its ap^x; although'there are a numb,erT)t.ldren,,survive and are: hourly: asking" VWhefe is my maxar ma?" ,Mrs. Robson were fShipped: to ;F4ifelon Palis, Out., to be interred-.beside .heiytausband. The disease :h'asf.,sprq;^ to the .TA'p-anese, one�'dyln�shortly after being taken ifeith-the dTseasp. There is considerable "alarm -felt over the spread of thedisease'tO/the Japs, as the type is very severe and, it is believed It will wipe 'out the' colony. � > The town of Kiniberley, at which point arc located the ^ (Jopsolldated Mining and Smelting compaiiy wortcs, has been placed'under quarantine. A large number or cases are reported. . The gpave. digging' equad Is ,in char|[e. of. Peter Matheson...;r- ..... Adjacent toyrns are being thoroughly ci^nvassed, the government-appointing men to look up every settler In the district. . To offset the^gloom which has overcome Granbrook, some cheering news has been received from France. Geo. R. Lea^to lias received word' that his son Lionel has captured, single handed, twenty-two Germans, j This news arrived just about the, time; a- tiny form was usheVed into'the .world at the Lcask homo in the shape of a>baby boy. There was causfeifoj-" jubilation in the family of George R. Laask. Capt. J. M. Taylor, formerly'of the, Calgary police force, has.won the Military Cross. - , VOU'LL LOOK LIKE "A GOOD HEAD" After .^(^aving Thia Shop We 8 tl> r o ok Bros OppOalta Bank of jHoritH^M storagIe: TO RENT ' ; Loose requirement M^iiimiwii^eii ' i|kj?it&iia iiia Bl^^ every boblfcjk^plniii tiVW^^^t- Modern Blpders, builtvsto|58taiid;,th^. wear df-aTli�lHfflwjvlBdok8, Rei�rtB and'Magazlnes Bojind In the EVfipyTH'ifi!? FOR THE OFFICE. WE CARRY THE aiTP^K,. 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