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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOaOHtlMCR PIAJNOt EDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSIN1BOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everything Musical" 18 8th Street South Phone 1545 DON'T GEORGE MORGAN ' HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th 3treet 8. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reason* ___ abla Prices. After four years oT fighting-don't desert him NOW! He U winning! Victory is almost within his srnsp ami lit" cries to you to "carry on." He will "carry on," never fear. But will YOl'? Do not wait tintil someone calls on you--but Mil at the Vietorv Loan Office TODAY and buy to the very lint!!. DELANY'S Meat Co. Opp. Dallas Hotel ' Phone 452 Canida Food Board License Number 9-2664 OUR SYSTEM SAVES YOU MONEY WE DELIVER THE GOODS IF YOU SAY SO AND MAKE A SMALL CHARGE. THE E^TRA 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 BELONGS. STOCK UP WITH VEGETABLES FOR WINTER- POTATOES, finest quality, per cwt....... $1.90 In quantities, per cwt....................$1.75 ONIONS, finest B. C. Winter stock. 8 lbs. for 25c Pcr cwt................................. 52 90 CARROTS, per cwt...................... $2.60 BEETS, pcr cwt.......................... $2.60 TURNIPS, per owt....................... $1.75 PARSNIPS, per cwt....................... $3.25 CABBAGE, per cwt....................... $2.25 99 "THE COWPUNCHER By ROBERT J. C. STEAD Author of "The Homesteaders," "Songs of the Prairie," "The Bail Jumper." etc., etc?* David Kld>n. the bor "row puncher" Mho becomes a millionaire real estate operator In the boom days of the West ami 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 such as la offered to 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 Homing. A prominent hook critic writes: "There is not. a wasted paragraph In the "Cowpuncher." It is a Canadian David Hurutn." Price $1.50 THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL HONE 14S7 WRECK STATUE Paris. Nov. 11.- (Havan.)- Ounng revolutionary disorders at Cologne �" crowd tried to demolish with machine gun fire a statue of William 11, but finally contented Itself by muffling up the statue and placing upon it a card Inscribed "A good journey." It is reported that Prince Henry of Prussia has fled to Denmark, taking with him his personal fortune. AUSTRALIANS DEAD IN WAR �8.890 Melbourne, Nav. 11.-The latest fiqures on Australia's casualties show that the dead number 58,890 and the wounded 15S.199. The significance of these fl-m-i"-. will be realized when It is remembered that the whole population of Australia is only 5,0oo,uo0. * A PUBLIC DANCE. A public dance will be held > on the street in front of the > city hall tonight in aid of the > Red Cross. City band in at- : tendance. Bvervumiy be civ > deck. .-. 1 v v CELEBRATES FALL OF KAISER Great Falls, Mont , Nov. - From the time that the news of the kaivr's determination to abdicate flashed o\-er the wires this afternoon until late tonight this city has been the sceiv of a hilarious celebration in which aged people and tender youth joined Confetti, whistles and bells wo.v used by everybody. The Riai k Katie hajvl was ordered out ami renin people paraded. This evening the streets were swept around Hotel Haluhow ami general dancing to baud musi. was the order. ; If women have beauty they don't ; need sense in order to get husbands ; -that is, c�rU!n kinds of husbands. BARGAIN SALE POTATOES $1.50 per cwt. At Our Warehouse. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. Phone 732 Canada Food 'Board License No. 3-921 ----4 WE WILL PAY VOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR FURS Hide*, Pelts, Etc. LETHBRIDGE HIDE. PELT A FUR CO., LTD. Jlaar O.r.R. Telegraph Offices Cor. 4th ATe. and 5th Street ri. Phones: Office 7a�; Res. 326 Reference: Standard Bank 30 YEARS AGO We had the reputation of telling: the best meat* to be had. -AND WE'RE STILL DOING SO BY PHONE SERVICE. ' AUTO ^ STORAGE Five Dollars per Month Having leased the Hiclt-Schl Warehouse wo are prepared to look after your auto during winter months in practically a flm proof building. PHONE 633 Ford Garage 1232 Third Avenue S. Lethbridge R. C0ULTRY Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Board license Number 8-28693, SAUNDERS HAY & GRAIN Co. LETHBRIDGE For all Kinds of Feed HAY In carload lot* and less, nt right prices. We now have some eittra good, ALFALFA to offer. Prompt shipment. Three kinds of CHOPPED FEED For hogs, dairy rows and 01 her stock. We altto buy and sell POTATOES Any quantity. Canada Frad Board Licenses: Nor. 121S1; 0-8400 and ::-'J21. Fir* T. e Good C6., Ltd. MAIN STORE 329 5TH STREET SOUTH PHONt'No. 525 TWO STORES HIGH CLASS GROCERS NORTH BRANCH 240 !3TH STREET NORTH PHONE No. 458 - Canada Food Board License No. 8-599 Watching the Wires Waiting for the signing of the armistice ending the fighting on the west front was a strenuous business In the newspaper offices of the west, and the Herald was no exception to the rule. From eleven o'clock last Friday looming 11 practically ceaseless vigil � has been maintained by the Herald. On Saturday evening, alter the news was received that the German courier had crossed the news was liable to As a result it was n open the Herald minute possible. On iie Herald kept open French line's the come any minute necessary to. kei leased wire every .Saturday ni'tht immediately th" Herald a taxi post Though he until lati'. then th>- operator, who had beet; op. (jftty snatched a few hours' sleep. On Sunday niornins the wire opened at eight o'clock, and the operator. Mr. White, remained at his post until ten o'clock that vvening. At that time the day newspapers, owing to a dispatch from Paris stating that it was possible an exten-io:i of time might be granted dormany owing to the chaotic conditions prevailing in that country, allowed the operators to go home, but kept a stvilli: "'a them so that they could be called at any minute. At 1 "" this/nioriiins the. Canadian Press Winnipeg office shot iitit a flash stating that the nrmistiso had been -/Kti'd. This came to the CP.ft. yard office in l.ethbrioge. and the operator o.iVd up news editor, who sent l'.aste for Operator White had been in b--> 1 only three hour- he oiled out and was sitting on the wire within fifteen minutes, and copied the dispatches which appeared in the extra announcing the end of the fighting. When the news editor and operator got cm tlo job it was only a lew minutes until the composing room und press room si at':" were on the job too. and within u few minutes- the, extra containing the big news was on the streets, and also on the trains leaving the clly during the morning. It was a pleasant ending to n 7" hour watch. Prior to getting out the armistice extra tin- Herald got out an extra covering the news of 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 parti of Southern Alberta. In connection with the handling ... the new.s to the Canadian dally newspapers, it Is interesting to note that the Canadian Pro::s had a little "scoop" all Its own. When the flash was received In New York, all the. Associated Pres-t operators in the United States were at lunch. The Canadian Pre.ss koi the Hash in Ottawa from N-w York, and in nine seconds had relayed it to Vancouver and all Intermediate points. The Canadian Press had the flash across the continent before the Associate^ Press hud hef.n able to flash It to Seattle ami other coast points. It was a groat achievement. Tin* extra witti the armistice news was on sale before daybreak, was also spread all through the rlundlng country by trains and auto mobile. In addition the Herald w every town in the territory the new of the signing of the armistice. WILL REPRESENT LABOR ON RE-ESTABLISHMENT BOARD Toronto, Nov. II.-T. A. Steveji; son, president of the Toronto Typographical union and secretary of the Toronto district labor council, has been appointed tt:1 the representative of labor in t.he rtepartniont-bf civil re-est abllshmcnt. .Mr. Stevenson, -dure tile outbreak of the war. has been the representative of labor upon many patriotic organizations, lie has been active in labor circles for many years. A Rubber Doctor Are yon familiar with the curative power of heat." If you nro you will appreciate the value ot a Hot Water Bot'le In your home. Such a bottle will relieve suffering caused by toothaihe. earache, neuralgia and many other ills. Heat cures in such cases by relieving congestion und 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 & Ca. Telephones 55S and 12JJ Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT j Death at Warner I Mrs. A. .1. liulman, aged 20 years | was u victim of Influenza at Warner on November 10th. Tlio funeral will ! he held at o'clock at Warner with I MncKay and Uoll !n oftargo. Private (funeral. Any Article See our window for genuine bargains, many of the articles shown worth double the price asked, new lines added daily. Consumers' Hardware & Supply Co. BUSINESS PHONES 1212-1919 OFFICE 1920 Death at Drumheller At Drumheller, on November Sth, the denth took place of Thomas Mitchell, apod :t;> years. The funeral will take place from the parlors of Mae-Kay and Uell on Tuesday, November 12th at 4 o'clock. Interment, will be made in the public cemetery. The funeral will be private. --- I Infant's Death. Christina Christie, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Christie, r.i King with his coat off for the good of humanity. Cranbrook breathes easier today. The citizens are facing the situation with more calm and withal more determination to stamp outv tho Spanish / influenza, It In believed (he disease has readied Its apex, although there are a number of cases coining In from outside points for treatment. The death list has reached forty. Among thoi,e who .Hucriiinbed to the disease since the last t:-.lte of the District Lodger are James Kenny, .Mrs. ['Inlay KohRon. N. Morrison, Mrs. P. I). Hope, Mis* Lola C.auihle, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hurry (iambic, and the only child of Mr. and -Mrs. Mort Weutheriill The death of Mrs. Hobflou Is particularly sad, hor husband passing awuy last >veuk. Three small children survive nnd are hourly asking "Where is my mamma?" The remains of Mrs. Kohson were shipped to Fanulon Falls, Ont.. to be interred beside lier>:husbaiul. The disease lias Hpnyru to the Japanese, ono dying, shortly after being taken with, the disease. There Is considerable alarm felt over the spread of the dlsouse. to Hie Japs, as the type Is very severe uml it Is believed it will wipe out the colony. The town of Klmberley, at which point are located the Consolidated Mining and Smelting company works, has been placed under quarantine. A large number of cases are reported. The grave digging sound Is in charge of Peter Malheson. Adjacent towns are being thoroughly canvassed, the government appointing men to look up every settler In U>� district. To otfset the gloom which has overcome i'ranbrook, some cheering news lias been received from France, lleo. It. I.ea^k has received word thut his son Lionel has captured, single handed, twenty-two Hermans. This news ; arrived Just about tho time n tiny ; form was udiored into tho world at � the I.eask home in the shape of a baby ! boy. There was cause for Jubilation I in the family of (Jeorgo II, Leask. _ ("apt. J. M. Taylor, formerly of tho Calgary police fopo. has won tho Military Cross. YOU'LL LOOK LIKE "A GOOD HEAD" After Leaving Thla Shea We at brook Bros Opposite Bank of Montreal aWaWa�B�B�B�Ba�BBWBWBJaWr- STORAGE TO RENT Excellent Rooms for Potatoaa and Product. F. 0. HYDE & CO. P*IONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE 'i'iiore are limns yhori th-:- love npot on earth looks susplciouHly UNDERTAKING A COMPLETE flJ�7ra FUNERAL FOR M> # V/ Tkla laclBftat a black cloth covered casket, neatly trimmed, outside CM* tad anbalmlnaT, taaam and lead car. Slnals grave and digging tafatfear with our usual prompt and courteous services. PUBLISHER DEAD. New York, Nov. ti.-Konorl .1. Col-like | Her, the publisher, died suddenly at his homo hero tonight. MOTOR MUIPMINT NEVER CLOSED MacKAY & BELL .PHONC Itftft 101 THIRD AVE. B. I ETUDDI r\r 11 �0� THIRD AVE. 8., LETHBRIDGE Your Country Needs the "Dough Buy Victory Bonds Space Donated to the Victory Loan 1918 Campaijn by John Gilmore Limited, Bakers Xmas Photos Your portrait will aplfa tfca Xmas gift problem. It'n the only thing your friends cannot buy. It's time now to have them taken. We will make a likeness that will bo llko you-this studio la known for tlio high quality of Hh work. The Allison Portrait Studio BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBRIDQC BOOKBINDING Loose Leaf Systems and Manic Books for every book-keeping requirement made to order. Modern Hinders built to stand tbe wear ol a busy office. Books, UeportB and Magazines Bound hi tbe Finest Quality Leathers, CVCRVTHINO TOR THE OFFICE. WE CARRY THE STOCK. EVERALL & FRANKS sinnot Block Con. 4th Ave. and Sth at / 7 ;