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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ''''' w^mmm-i u are" Your Own BestFriend When You guy^ Victory Bonds > Shake Hands With Your^lf! DELANY'S Meat Co. Opp^ Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canida Food Board Licsrise Number 9-^266'; pecial on Mclntosli Red Apples \ ALL WRAPPfeD, EX> By ROBERT J. Q. STEAD Author of "The Homesteaders," "Songs of the Prairie," "The Ball Jumper," etc., etc. ^avid Elden. the boy "cow puncher" who becomes a mUlionaii-B rfeal estate operator in the boon\ days of the West a.nd goes "broke" �with the collapse of the boom is the centra] figure in a tale o� humor, lovt', philosophy, faithful western color and intense dramatic interest such as is offered to the public only rare intervals.. A Canadian noTel through and through; written by the well tnown Oalgaryjauthor, printed in Canada and illustrated by tiie Canadian - artist Arthur Hemlng. A prominent book critic writes: "There is not a wasted, paiagraphjn the 'Cowpuncher." It is a Canadian David Haruut." Price $1.50^ THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. n.. .^rJnx.; ^lenA^ Store ^HONE 1M7 Good Gb>^ Ltd. IVIAIN, STORE , 329 5TH StREET SOUTH PHONE No. 525 TWO STORES NORTH BRANCH ; 240 13TH STREET NORTH PHONE No. 458 C HIGH CLASS GROCERS �Canada Food Board License No. 8-599 FOR BOORGEOISE 'Copenhagen, Nov. 11.-Germany's aew provincial government will be altered, that is to say the bourgeoise jjartiesvwill not be represented in it. Thisvwili not be'because :of their un-: ^villingness' to participate, but because :the Socialists definitely refusecl to permit the bourgeoise to enter the new government.  \ plan Is to give the Independent'] :8oc{aUsts thp jvic^e: chancelljoi-slyp and t^o other secretarial positions, but AUTO STORAGE Fhre Dollars per Month ^Having leased the Hiqk-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. Lethbrldge there are indications that the pendents will demand more. Inde- "Washington, Sqv. 12.-Tjie "United States today turiled towards the ways of peace. With the military strength of the central powers shattered and hostilities ceased xtnder terms of surrender that preclude a reneival of the grea\ stfiiggle. ithe United States with the allied governments today took up the'problems of re-coustructlon. �Immediately alie�d, however, diplomatic Washington saw the T)eace con-, ference-the w^srld'g-court of justicfe. before which Germany, as the chief crim'inal, with Austria, Turkey and I Bulgaria, wiii sland as prisoners iff .'the balrr ^\Tien or where tlie final : peace negotiations will be held offi-jcials could not conjecture.. It was regarded as likely that the,cotitQrence would be s-ijhilar 'to. the meietin'g af (VersaillesWhere the armistice terms (Buy a Victory Bond). , were formulated. The victocs meeting , AVlnnipe^, Xov. ii--iThe market'separately probably decide.,4pon terms Avasvery quiet on the local exchange and then tte defeated willJjepe.rrhit-; today; Oats closed %c higher for De-: ted to enter pleas of ijiodlticatipn. ) ceniber and %c lower for May. ;  ' - The military looked 'today ^6 the Barley cloesd unchanged for De- breaking up and return-to-civilian life eem'ber and May closed at 112. , of the great .army mobilized in,the past :^lax closed 6c higher'for November; 19 months. Further ;lricreasfe Ql,the . Sc higher for December and 3%c high- military forces was' checked yester-er''for May. � day. through cancellation.-of all. out- W:nnlpeo Markets j standing draft callS' The return home Oats- Open Clbse f "^^'�ly ^wo and quarter inlt n^r n? ^ iwer of heat?. If you are you wffl appreciate the value of a  � - Hot Water Bottle In your home. Such a bottlk will relieve suffering caused \ by toothache; earache, neuralgia and maiiy other ilia. - ^ Heat fiures in such case� by relieving congestion and restoring' normal circulation, A HOT WATER BOTTLf WILL' ALSO, PROVIDE COIVtFORT FOR COLD FEET. :. IVic^sSl.SO to $4.50 RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Suceeasors to Jacltson & Oa. Tele^hori^s 5SS and .12K  Sherlock Bulldlnn' ' CITY AND DISTRICT Meaning of Expression The Latin expression, "in Situ," appearing frequently in the terms of th^ armistice published yesterday means in its original situation. Big IRuri ontAaeks ' .There was a big run op inasks over the holiday unA this morning practic-1 .iilly every store handling theni had j run ^ut of a'supply. , BOy a Bond On Saturday night there were 1918 'holders of 1918 Victory Bonds in Leth-i bridge. The big drive this week has {for one of its objectives the.securing for Lethbrldge of the best percentage 'of bond buyers, of any city in the Dominion. Buy one toda'J^. ' ' ---:- Charged With Burning Barn ' A . Claresholm young- hian was brought, to,'the provincial jail here last night having been committed for trial on. a charge o' burning a farmer*!; barn there. The A. !P; P. headquarters (have not s^ceived a report on the case, and the young man's Tiame is not available. ' Set our^^nndow lor genuine bargains, m^H^^ articles shown worth double the > price as^vnt^ lines added daily, . * / r ^ Coiiiits'Hanlm 1 BUSINMS PHOA(ES 1212-1�1t 1 ^ Ol^FICE 1920 11 WE WILL-PAY YOU,^TbP PRICES FOR YOUR F U R S Hides, Pelts, Etc. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT & , FUR CO., LTD. . Rear G.P.R. Telegraph Offices Gor. 4th-Ave. and 5th Street S. /Phones: Office 799; Res. 328 i , .Reference: Standard Bank May...... Barley-Dec...... May ... .. , FlaS- Nov.'. ... .,. Dec...... 3Iay .... .. IOC 112 -Sl% 106 112 ...i,.. .^B3 371 ... 349 3.54 -354 35S Caslf Prices .Oats-No. 2 G.W...S2 No. 3 C.W...79 Extra l.Feed ..'....... ... ...SI No. 1 Feed..7S No. 2 Feed...74 Barley- , � No. 3 C.W.. :105 No. 4 C.W.. .100 Rejected .. .92 . Fead.......... .91 . Flax- ,;- . . ���/,-No.-l N.W.C. 371I4N0. 2 C.W...36S Calgary Market Calgary.- Nov. 12.-Yesterday being, "peace day" there v,-as no market and today, although there are ^uite a large nudber Of cattle in the yards, very Tew cattle, have been sold and those prli3fcipally,canners. Prices are slightly on the decline out of the million and a halt troops- m camp in this chuiitry" will- not' -'crtmo i immediately. The United States, en-I tering the war last, probablj''Si^il be (called upon t(Ado much of the police j and guard duty la Fi-ance and, Bel-I glum. Future events' -in Russia are uncertain. arnJ the small force there may have to be augmented. , . .. For the navy al^ .irreat' tasks Ha ahead. The sea must be swept clear  of mines. ' ^ ", j The newly constructed and,r|ipidly increasing merchant marine njiist not only.b.'-ing the men from France and Belgiuni, devastated ^y the war; to lands of Southern*Bur6pe long unpi-O; ductive through lack, pf man-power, and Rven Jp the enem'y'.nationa foo.l-stuffs, clothing and i^oana of keeping alive the war-weakened' populations. Food Administrator Hoover and Chairman Hurley of theshlpping board will soon leave .to survey the situation, j Industrially the change from war to peace will create as many problems -Ts are sugnijy ^on tne aecunej^gthe change from peace to war. War l.rt!J^-i^^Hf^wl^�t?hJrwlT^L^^^^ Plants .mu.U be converted to louring the week. There were no hogsj^^^^ the commodities of peace. Work- offered today, but dealers quoted $16.75, the- last price reported on Saturday. (Buy a Victory Bond). Buy Meats by Telephone -�PARTICULAR PEOPLE vTHIS WITH US. R. COULTRY Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market .:iPanada Food Board License Number. 8-28693: DO SAUNDERS HAY & GRAIN Co. LETHBRIDGE For all Kinds of Feed In, carload lots and, less, at right prices. AVe now have some extra good, ALFALFA ; to offer. Prompt shipment. I . , Three kinds of ' . . CHOPPED 4^D For hogs, dairy cows and other stock. ' We also buy and sell . POTATOES Any quantity. Canada Food Board Licenses: Nos. 12181; 9-8406 and. 3-921. lUNDERTAKING ers engaged in such- plants must be assimilated in peace-production. . . I Wage Btandard.s, changed by the war, must be determined. The war industries board, the war labor board and other governmental agencies must be continued or substitute's be created, in tlie opinion of officials, for the solution of these problems. The returned soldier must ihave work and a home..-I'his is a reconstruction question yiat congress will' he called upon to consider. . j ' Government control of tlie railroads, while ln.sured for 21 months lon|;er, must be decided as to permanency or abandonment as weli as the control of-the telegraph and telephone systems, i Supervision of food and fuel distribu-' tion and the fixing of prices for he-' cessa'ry commodities'are other prob-. lems of reconstruction. Cure for Influenza Sffj-Following is' a remedy for the influ�!iMa which should ,^ proviB of iritWrest just., at this>-| r>tlme. ... / � Ingredients I'Piire: phenol,. Cal-i vert's No. 1 (prepared for internal use), 24 drops in an 8 oz. bot^r 'tie'of water, w:ell mixed. "Dose: Two tableapoonfuls ip a wine gla3s"oCyvater three \,ttmes~in 24 hours. Children, half the dose. On^ ,dose, will be enough to praverit; three doses to cure. The^'doae to prevent should not heitake.n till the syih-toms of iifiiienza-^old, chill, pains, etc.-sliow themselves; Then one dosq.'^wiU prevent it in less tnin halt an hour. This recipe came originally  .from a physician in the West;- Indies,' who used it.- as .a remedy in malarial arid' other fevprs. It cajjie into my possession, from the Rev. A. G. Edwards, vicar of St. Stephen's, Norbu'ry, W. Croy-, don, England. To my knowledge it has been used lu scores .pt ' cases of influenza,. vrithout a single failure.-Mrs; S. H. Brake, Victoria. B. C.: ' The Phenol referred to in the foregoing is prepared by The (^entury old House of Calvert in England. Their preparations, which are of the highest order, have practically disappeared from the Canadian market.' . We v.'ish to call attention to, both physicians and laymen that' we are the fortunate possessors of a stock of Calvert's No. 1 Phenol which i^the exclusive internal preparation. ].D.[linl)ptliai&Co. Liniited "Alberta's Pioneer Druggiits" Wholesale and Retail Chemist* Phones 1515 and 322 ' To Quath Conviction Notice of motion has been filed in Supreme Court here by Harris and Palmer to quash" the conviction by John Jefferson. J.P., at Coutts of Lee White, of Lethbrldge. \Whlte was ar? rested at Coutts some time ago by the A;P.op-ergy and vigor, - U-f^ls Nature's^ own tonic and far�xmtii 'any . man 'made .-decoction^.Supor-ior as it is,-'it is; far the eheapeat. And- 'What is' more you'll enjoy taking . It- Our milk in body-and fine In tlavor; It is-,-^ould he to. t^rp^tP all, th^ medlcar m^k and trained nujrtiefi In.tbo: rlvei'. Butpeottle have a right t() trust the nuirses and doctor^ and-'ln-turn- have a tlghfe to ^sk csrtaia' Iron willed physl-ci^s j to fiel^^iout in^f eaforcing this Edmoht3n,. Nov./i2>^At norfn today the minister^ on-, behalf of both public health -olflcesyvhanded- out his daily statement :'on the dhfluenza epidemic. Number, of catfeg,M3reviously reported, 14,2^0';i numbeE>of cases'reported during/the :^ast4S. hours, 721. libtal cases in t^e province, 14,951. � Sawridge 'Is but a small place. ; We the, have been ...doing'wha't we can; we ..(Buy a-Vlctorjr-rBohd);' ' Ottawa, Nov. 12.-Plans for the ;de-' mobilization' of Can'ada^B/armjr aro under way and a committee for deallnr*. with the problem, which-will have to' be faced in connection with therefum- , Box Rental Advances One of the first results of changing of the statu's of the Leth- have been funning speeders and work I bridge post office to that of a first ers up this'difficult territory t6 help class ofice is a rise in the rental of out. The nurse vfOf sent to. Sawridge , , boxes. The new rates for persons ;re-; red last: evehlii#as follows: ''Plvei'^' the troops has beatt^form�a In thw siding �within letter carriers' delivery jj^^ths in^awrldge today. Total nine-''"'""Mepartment. Of-this, committee limil^ arc 4 6, 8 and 12 dollars, ac-, tee, Few bad cases yet. Half-breeds cording to the f'lze of the box. Forlj,yj,g j^j,^-at^^-j^y-f, Leduc, vrhnjii ,lsidne:of tlie best organized districts ,'4n";, the province. those residing outside delivery limits the rates are 2, 3, 4, and 6 dollars i �--- Funerals The; funeral of the late D. H. Kinsey Lleut-qol.- Arthu/ anlJiVan, of Wlnni^ peg, has heed -�ppOlntedl� VMcretary. Col. Sullivan, a lawjrec^ln^peioa times, saw service at the tfont aind when the took place this afternoon at two further putstahdlhg fields. calling for help.a? the -flu is spread-;��J�T��nt,'som^^ itton^a a�o laid Us which attended to It. z*^ � ' of the worker's" have to be sent dutrto o'clock ifrom the family residence" at i Raymond, T. S. Petterlyin charge. Superintendent ^tykn, who has,been 1. As secretary o^lthejolbmBiIttetj here, doing verjt''^effio1eiitywork by means 'Col. Sullivan wni\beri�We;tuatlon are, nqgncement can be; made. ' this morning from B,' C. Langley Prairie, m-adVlsed. Mask Regulation. ____ In view of the concensus of opinion . . . The funeral of Augusto Bortolotti as to the danger zone when people are show mercy or grant;amneB,tjr. wHl take place from Fetterly's parlors In ?lose contaqt/;S'nd, In view of the at two o'clock Wednesday afternoon. I laboratory;- tests, - ,-wthIch establish There are nearly'30,000 deserters^ In the country. It Is estimated and^ there is at present no inclination to  rick's church-,' interment in St. Patrick's cemetery. ' Vancouver, Nov. 12.-The Princess AHce arrived here last night from the north ^'itli 157 bodies of the victims of th(j Princess Sophia disaster./ The vessel made port ^witH her cargo of dead at 11' o'clock just -wh^ i the city was at the noiijiest part of Its I celebration, in h^nor of the signing j of the armistice. 'TJip bodies were I'e-I moved from tlie ship-'ithis morning and j at nine o'clock the hiorgfue ppened to steamer! give relatives the ,x)pporiunlty to confirm their identifications -and to claim them. , : j The service will be held in St. Pat-, clearly that/the minimum, not maxi mum distan'cer lij a room'where the airy (luiet; ii ten Jpeti and in view of the fact thati germs may be (Jarried The funeral of th^late R. L. Renner,|:farther by wlndB filled With dust), etc., or Turin, wni take place at 3.30 on this department a^aln; apart W^oge-Wednesdsy afternoon from Fetterly's .'ther fromAhe regulation which Is law, parlors trf the public cemetery.  Rev. ;.urge8 people for tfiolr own protection Mr. Elllng win be the minister in to observe the raaslt'.regulation, cb'afge. I This de^hrtment. does not Intend to' take too much: roiponsibility, even as to p,"1jbei'aV ,iiitef:p'ro^tiphi,:when ou^^ A "shower of worms", seen ron the sidewalks and roadways/in St.'Thomas, Ont., Is said to dean a warm winter. The funeral of the late Ernest Vin- YOO/^ll*8t. 54 90 ;