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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta _________-_>�_ ^ -....,., .Bttibli PHONOOttAPHS ' AtVi^iBCMA MUSIC CO.- LTD. \ ' "Enbrythlni Musical" rlllMh Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Strait S. Phone 1481 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reason-bio Prteee. �?TT^j|CT----UJiLLJKJl.lJJ____i>J_ 11.1 �U�ft.- DON'T DESERT tsm "After four years of fighting-don't desert him NOW! Ho Is Winning! Victory is almost within his grasp and he crip.' to you to "carry oh." Me will "cai-ry on," never fear. But win YOl'? Do not wait until someone calls on you-but. call at the Victory lotto Office TODAY and buy to tho Very limit. DELANVS Meat Co. Opp. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-266-'. OUR SYSTEM SAVES YOU MONEY WE DELIVER THE GOODS IF YOU SAY SO AND MAKE A SMALL CHARGE. THE EXTRA SERVICE IS WORTH SOMETHING AND IT HARDLY SEEMS FAIR TO CHARGE -THOSE THAT TAKE THE GOODS 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 BELONG8. Stock up with vegetables for winter POTATOES, finest quality, per cvvt.......$1,90 In quantities, per cwt....................$1.75 ONIONS, finest B. C. Winter stock. 8 lb�. for 25c Per cwt.................................. $2.90 CARROTS, per cwt.............,........ $2,60 nEETS, per cwt t........................ $2.60 TURNIPS, per cwt.................,..... $1.76 PARSNIPS, per cwt.......................$3,28 CABDAGE, per owt....................... $2,25 99 "THE COWPUNCHER By ROBERT J, C. STEAD Author of "The Homesteaders," "Sohpa.of the Prairie," 'The Ball Jumper," etc., effci David Eldea, the boy "cow puncher" who becomes a millionaire real estate operator In the boom days of tho West and goes "broke" , with, the collapse of the boom is the central figure in a tale ot humor, ' love, philosophy, faithful western color and Intense dramatic Interest -�ucb. as Is o!fered to the public only at rare intervals. A Canadian It through and through; written by the well known Calgary author, led in Canada and Illustrated by the Canadlnn artist Arthur Sitting. A prominent book critic writes^ "There is not a wasted 'paragraph^ in the "Cowpuncher." It is a Canadian David Harutu." Price $1.50 THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT ALIAS HOTEL eV PHONI I4S7 The Good Co., Ltd MAIN STORE 329 5TH STREET SOUTH PHONE Nc, 525 NORTH BRANCH 240 13TH STREET NORTH  PHONE No. 458 TWO STORES' HIGH CLASS GROCERS Canada Pood Board Llcenae No. 8-699 MARKETS ALBERTA COM. IS Fatting Against it Wanes, and t Will Likely Become Regular Fuel There 4t)tere la sot only a possibility but evary probability that Manitoba will coatjaae to use Alberta coal after the p*M*nt conditions cease and America* coal again becomes available, ac-cordtag to a letter which E. T. Fltt-etsnmons, assistant tool controller for Alberta, ha* received from J. A. McDonald, fuel controller of Manitoba. Mr. Fitaalmmona explains that aa Soon aa the people of Manitoba had really had experience in using Alberta oaal, the unfounded prejudice which thty had against it passed away. In Calgary, Nov. 9.-There was a heavy run of rattle at tlie yards today, dealers being anxious to clean up rather than hold over to .Monday. Prices ranged about the same as yesterday for good quality beef; stackers nnd feeders being a little, lower and a slow sale. Hogs, S 10.7", fed and watered. ? Winnipeg Markets. their fire* with Alberta coal than with ' Winnipeg. Nov. '.'.- ("ash trading was. the Pennsylvania anthracite. |vory dull on the market today. Oats Dealer* both in Winnipeg and in 11'1?86,'1 3-4c lower for December and ...  5-8c lower for Maw Barlev closed lo the country districts report a great: iower for December. Flax closed 17r demand for both the lignite and bit-Mower for November; ISc lower for tumlnous coal. Mnny large n-.anu-! December and lii l-2c lower for May. facbi they find it easier to regulate factoring plants which formerly used nothing, but ^Pennsylvania coal are now using bituminous coal from Crowa Nest Pais, ar#l other parts of Alberta will doubtless hold a great part ot the trade after the conclusion of pence. In view of the coal shortage in Ontario, and the fact that the high freight charges make it prohibitive tfi ship coal from Alberta to Ontario, It fia3 been suggested that the Pennsylvania coal-be diverted to Ontario Instead of going to Manitoba. But the matter rests wholly with Controller Mngrath. The lnfluensa epjde'm ly Interfered .with coal jin conditions are much imp the output will soon be normal again Winnipeg, Prices Oats- Open. Close. December ....... "'>�; 79 May..... ........ S-iVi 81% Barley- December ........ 107 106 Flax- November ____ _____ 3S3 ::�o December . ....... 3GI 352 May..... ....... 373 Cash Prices 355 '.a Oats-No.'2 C.W.. . Sl�i No. 8 C.W. .. 79 I " .,i-eat-i Ifion but [nerod and Aid. H. W. Newman of Kingston, has announced that he will run for the mayoralty. . Extra No. 1 feed Fuel i No. 1 feed.. 77 Vj Barley-No. 3 C.W.. .105 Reject*'-!...... Feed ........... Klax- No. 1 N. W. C. . - , No. 2 C.W...... No. 2 fend. 80'i A Rubber Doctor Are you familiar with tho curative power of heat? If you are  you will appreciate the value of a Hot Water Bottle In your home. Such a bottle will relieve suffering caused by toothache, earache, neuralgia and ninny othor 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 a\ Co. Telephone* 555 and 12M Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT M. P. P. Very III Dr. Stanley, M.P.P., for High River, is reported to bo seriously ill with pneumonia. Again Name Rutherford It Ib again reported that Dr. J. G. Rutherford of Calgary, will be appointed to the Railway Commission. Article . �n>?,i K '.T �f ~'t4 *?.,:>-y *'.V.-4?;� / See dor window for genome bargains, many of the articles shown worth double the price asked, new lines added daily. 15 & SUDDlV CO. BUSINESS PHONES 1212-1119 OFFICE 1M0 Funeral This Afternoon The funeral of Mike Yakubczch was held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from St. Patrick's church. Interment being made in St. Patrick's cemetery. Mac-Kay and llell were In charge ot the funeral arrangements. :� Card of Thanks Mr. ana Mrs. A. P. Dcslmrnais of Curd.iton wish to thank their many hind friends who showed �uch great J sympathy and kindness in their ro-cont sad bereavement. Also for tho beautiful floral tributes and spiritual offering. 280-1 On and After Nov. 11th We Will Pay the following Prices for Cream:- No. 1 Sweet..................................60c par Ib. Butter Pat No. 2 Sweet.................................4*0 per Ib. Butter Pat No. 1 Sjur ...:...............................4tc per Ib. Butter Pat No. 2 SBer...................................44c per Ib. Butter Pat Ship your Cream to us, and Inveat your money in VICTORY BONDS. In doing this you will help yourself to,help CANADA. CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. Phonei 1S76 a. No. 4 C. W...100 ............. 92 ............. 91 Death of Son-Vn-Law Mr. and Mrs. AUardyce recelred word of the death of their son-in-lavy T. K. Mitchell, aged 33 years, son of j J. Mitcholl of Bow Island, who died j of influenza at his home near Drum-heller. He leaves a wife and three young sons. Mr. AUardyce and Mrs. j Martin left yesterday afternoon to be present at tho funeral. BARGAIN SALE POTATOES $1.50 per cwt. At Our Warehouse Saunders Hay & Grain * Co. . f; Phone.732 �fl .Canada FoooTBoard Llcenae No. 3-921 '�- ;, WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR FURS Hides, Pelts, Etc. LETHBRIDGE HIDE. PELT A PUR CO., LTD. Hear C.P.R._,Telegraph Offices Cor. 4ta Ave. and 5th Street S. hones: Off lee 7tt; Ree. S2� ..Reference: Standard Bank 30 YEARS AGO I i Wo had the reputation of eell-�ti*9 the beat meata to be had, to>AND WE'RE STILL DOING O BY PHONE SERVICE. R. C0ULTRY Phone 492 I Thf Alborta Meet Market ':! Cans�> Tooi Board License ^yamher 8-ts��s. AUTO STORAGE Fiye Dollars per Month Having leased the Hlck-Sehl Warehouse we are prepared to look after your auto during winter months in practically a tire . proof building. - PHONE 633 Ford Garage 1232 Third Avenue S. Lethbrldge ..3R514 ..362 AUSTRALIA'S WjVR LOANS Denniaon Millar, Oovern6r of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, who is now passing through Canada, ha� given .some interesting information relating to Australia's war loans. "Australia," ho says, "has rals�d soven war loar.^. The first was for �5,000.-iid�, and the objective of the cam-, paign now in full swing was �40,-000.000. Of that amount, �38,000,000 was in sight. By th� timo the cam- j palgn closed, the amount asked would 1 be over-subscribed. Kvory Australian war loan had been well over-subscribed, several times doubled. Never before was money more urgently needed, England was straining every nerve to m..ko sure tho victory now hanging in the balance. Every man of military ape was In uniform. Every woman capable of doing anything for the great cause, was doing her bit will-; ingiy. j IT \viA> SEE SAUNDERS HAY & GRAIN Co. LETHBRIDGE for all Kinds of Feed HAY In carload lots awf'leBg, at right prices. Wo now have aomo extra good, ALFALFA to offer. Prompt shipment. Three kinds of CHOPPED FEED For bogs, dairy cows and other stock. We also buy and sell ;' POTATOES Any quantity. Canada Food Board Licenses: , Nob. Mill; '9-8400 and 3-921. PURCHASE FLOUR. Ottawa, Nov. 9.-An order-ln-coun-cil has been pa.ssed authorizing the board of grain supervisors to approve the purchase of coo.000 tons of Canadian Hour by tho Wheat Kxpurt Company, Limited, during the cereal year. The royal, commission on wheat supplies suggested that this Klinuld be the maximum purchased. Tho order provides for the salo by the bnardl of this quantity without In any way assenting that it should bo jthc maximum purchased. A "VICTORY" DINNER. New York, Nov. 0..---A "Victory" dinner of the Canadian Club of New York will be held ;it the Blltmore hotel Monday evening. Hugh (Jutlirie, solicltor-gonoral of Canada, will be. tho gaost of honor. Among others expected as flie club's guestk and speakers ! is BrlK.-Cieti. II. V. McDonald, of the! Canadian army. He unlisted us a; libu|nant In the Canadian forces nnd! now, 'at thu ago of :::!, Ik one. of Can- ] ada's leading generals. Col. W. A. Bishop, of tho Itoyal Air Force nnd! the great' Canadian ace, will speak. UNDERTAKING ANNOUNCEMENT. Give us your order for the next victor records yon buy. Willis Piano Store, Home of tho Acollaii-Vocallon. 279-1 Cure for Influenza Sir.-Follow lng^.is a remedy for the Influenza which should prove of in-ercpt just at this time Ingri'diniiis: Pure phenol, Cal-vert'* No. 1 i prepared for internal use), 24 drops In an S oz. bottle of wat-r, well mixed. Donn: Tw i tablespoonfnls In n wine gla- . ot water three times In 21 !.'>ura. Children, halt the dose. One dose will bo enough to prevent; three v'osos to cure. The doso to prevent ^should not be taken till the sym-(om� of .iifliiejiza-cold, chill, pains, etc.- ^how themselves; then one doso will prevent it In l.\ss than linl� an hour. This ro-olpe earn.: originally from a physlc'an in the West Indies, who used It aa a remedy In .malarial and other fevers. It came Into my possession from the Uev. A. (1. Kdwards, vicar of St. Stephen's, Norbury, W. Croy-. don, Uigland. To my knowledge it has been used in scores of cases of Influenza, without a single failure--Mrs. S. 11. Brake, Victoria. I!. ('. The I'hcn I referred to in tho foregoing is prepared by The Century old House of Calve.rt In Kngland. Their preparations, which are the highest order, have practically disappeared from the Canadian market. We wIfIi to call attontion to both phy?ifi:'!is and laymen that we are the 'ortunato possessors of u stock of Calvert's No. 1 Phenol which Is the exclusive Interna! preparation. J. D. HipDottiam & Co. . Limited The *fa*Q&JL aftorr "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists" Wholesale and Retail Chemitta Phones 1515 and 32? Police Get Non-Maakere five local mon who failed to keep .their masks up on the streets got into j the tolls of the city police yesterday j and were hailed before Magistrate Irwin this morning. They were Jas. � Forsalthe, John Stefanlc, Job* Korek. : W. J. Cotlln and O. Dodds. They were fined $1 and costs. Jas. Korsaithe was , also fined $10 and costs for being j drunk. Alex Wolpa, an idler, failed � to nppear, and will forfeit f 10 and | costs. ----\- BORN SHORT--To Mr. and Mm.il. Short, on November 7th, a son, Thomas John. 280-lx Funerals To Be Private The following funerals will be strictly prlvnte, only the immediate relatives being present.The public will not bo allowed to enter the bouse or parlors. Clarence Paterson of Diamond City on Sunday at 11 o'clock from Fetter-ly's parlors. Mrs. George, Scott from Fetterly's parlors at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Hunter McMillan nt 4.30 tomorrow from Ketterly's parlors. J. B. Wllkle from tho residence, corner Cth Avenue and 11th street at �clock tomorrow afternoon. T. S. tterly In charge. Rev. W. F. Burns of Knox church of which Mr. Wilklo was an honored member, will conduct the service assisted by Rev. K. J. Hodgins, of tho United Church. -\- DIED PATTERSON--Clarence Patterson of Diamond City, aged 10; years fi months, yesterday Nov. 7th, beloved son of James Patterson. ~~ 280-1 DESHAnNAIS-Bertha Deslianiais, aged 15 years and 9 months, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Des-harnals of Cards^ori, Alta. 280-1 NO POSTPONEMENT OF LOAN CAMPAIGN The Herald ii in receipt of a telegram from the. Southern Alberta Victory Loan executive stating that, In response to a request from many districts to the * minister of finance that.he extend the time of the campairyi .past Saturday, November 16, he has made an Irrevocable decision that the campaign must end on Nov. 16th. With this clearly in mind everyone connected with the campaign should redouble bie efforts ao that the beat possible results ' may be obtained under prevailing conditions. - ���>*>�>   *  -> THE DAY I   *.�> Now that the Hun's day of .vaunting is orer, it Is interesting to recall some of the earlier poems. and cartoons thai foresaw Germany's Day of Reckoning. Chief among the poems of that time is "Civilisation's Reply" to the toaat, "Der Tag," that has been on every German officer's lips theso many yearji. The poem Is by Henry ChapeU, a railway porter of Bath, and appeared in the I^ondon "Daily Express' In tho early months ot the war. You boasted tho Day, and you toasted the Day. And now the Day has cony, Blasphemer, Braggart and coward all. Little you reck of tho running ball, Th0 blasting shell, or the "White Arm'a" fall, As they speed poor humans home. You spied for the.Day, you Had for tho Day/' And woke the Day's re v Ibis Includes a black cloth covered casket, neatly trimmed, outside ^fSM aM ejnaelmtag, hearse and lead car. Single grave and digging ih�. OUr usual prompt Bnd courteous services. .nUIPMKNT / NEVER CLOSED icKAr & BELL i!y v j *- SOS THIRD AVE. 3., LETHBRIDOE EE Your Country Needs the "Dough Buy Victory Bonds Space Donated to the Victory Loan 1918 Compeljn by John Gilmore Limited, Bakers Xm&s 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 taken. We will make a ltkenesa that will bo like you-this studio Is known for the high quality of Its work. The Allison Portrait Studio BALMORAL'BLOCK LETHBRIOQC BOOKBINDING Looae Leaf Systems and Blank Books for every book-keeping requirement made to order. Modern Binders built to stand the wear of a busy office. Books, Reports and Magaslncs Bound in the Finest Quality Leathers. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE. WI CARRY THK STOCK. , EVER ALL & FRANKS Slnnet Bfoek " Cor. 4th Ave. and 1th St. 67 74 ;