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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta george morgan house decorator Yo' u are Yd u r Own B est Friend When You Buy Victory Bonds Shake Hands With Yourself! :LANY'S Meat Co. Opp. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Can-ida Food Boaid License Number S-266'; ecia! on Mcintosh Red Apples ALL WRAPPED, EXCELLENT FUAVOR, EXCEPTIONALLY FINE FOR EATING. 100 CASES NO. 1s AND NO. 2s, GOOD SOUND STOCK. WHILE THEY LAST.. No. Is, per case ........... $2.60 No. 2s, per case ... . .... $2�45 "THE COWPUNCHER 99 Author of By ROBERT J. C. STEAD "The Homesteaders." "Songs of the Prairie," "The Bail Jumper," etc., etc. ^ David Kldeu. the boy "cow puncher" who becomes a millionaire real estate operator in the boom day;^ of the West and Koes 'broke" with the collapse of the boom is the central ;igure in a tale of humor, love, philosophy, faithful western color and intense dramatic interest :juch as is 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 Ileming. A proaiinsnt book critic writes: "There is not a wasted paragniph in the "Cowpuncher." It is a Canadian David Harum." Price $1.50 THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^te^S^ Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 14�7 The Good Co., Ltd. MAIN STORE 329 5TH STREET SOUTH PHONE No. 525 ^ NORTH BRANCH 240 13TH ST>)EET NORTH Pj40NE No. 458 TWO STORES \ HIGH CLASS GROCERS- � Canada Food Board License No. 8-599 Winnipeg, Nov. 1.".-Cash tr^dingx v.'as very* light and diiir and ink local e-xchange today. Oats closed %c higher for December and %c higher for Jl&y. Barley closed -lie higher for December and J.fec higher tor May. Flax closed 6c higher for November; nc higher for December and ai4c higher, for May. Winnipeg Markets Oats- Open Dec. ... ,........ 79% ' ..... Sl% Mr. F. Ewing wishes to thank his friends for "the great kindness and sy-npathy shown in hi.s recent sad �bereavement and for the beautiful floral tributes, r 2S3-1 May Barley- Dec............. IO614 ___:__jMay............ 11214 �:� � .-----'-,- = I Flax-flowers and all others who have been Nov............. ."Tr. Close Sl% 10674 112'r> so sympathetic and helpful in a time I'tc. of sorrow and need. ~r May ... Oats- ....... 356 ....... 362 Cash Prices . ;?77 , ' 359 ' 363 Vi :\Ir. and Mrs. J. J. Gogan and familv wish to thank their many friends for No- 2 C.W...S2�ii 1 the kindness and sympathy shown Kxtra 1 Feed----- them in their recent sad bereavement, >'o- 1 Feed. .78'4 also for the beautiful floral tributes ' Barley-from the following: Parents and sis- ^ C.W'...105% Mr. 0. W. La-sen of Grassy Lake. "^^^ Jenny, La.dies Society ,^^ejected ... 92% desires to express his heartfelt thanks n' ^' ""L^f, ^"t^,^,- "^s. C. to W.A. Buchanan. M.P.. the Grassy Sco^t, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Dawson. RoH nr.-,= a,>oi,f,- ,,,, and Mrs. A. Hendenstrom. Miss M.-irgaic-. Ritchie and Misses Helen and Margaret Brierly.- 283-1 No. 3 C.W...79'4 ...............SlVi No. 2 Feed..7414 No. 4 G.W...100% Feed .....r. 91% Lake Red Oxc?^ Society,i^.Mr. and Mrs. tail, Mr. R.,J. Mcl^abh aud family. Mr. and Mrs. McNevin. Mr. and Mrs. R: H. Ostrum. Mr. and:' Jlrs. A. H. 3f^yggs, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Sands, Mr. Slid Mrs. W. Salvage. Mr. Alex Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Phillips, Jlr. and Mrs. G�d,^aley, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gold, Captain and Mrs. Geo. Porter for theiJ: j�ind sympathy and gifts of STORAGE Five Dolfcys per Month Having leased the Hick-Sehl �\!Parehouse,.we arc prepared to look after your auto during winter n\onths in practically a fire proof building-. PHONE 633 Ford Garage ' 1232 Third Avenue S. Lethbridge ^ I Mr. George Scott wishes to thank j frieaas for the following floral offer- j tags: Sprays from Mr. and .Mrs. Wm. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Campbell, OVER SEAS XMAS PARCELS This will bo the last Xmas parcel you will be sending to your hoy overseas. MAKE IT A RECpRD ONE y We have a fine assortment of suitable gifts for the soldiers. Soldier. ,Ch6colate Bars .... 5c Cream Toffee. Yz lb. slabs.. 30c Boxed Chocolates, 50c, 65c. $1.25 Chewinfl Gum, etc. Safety Razors .... 35c to $10.00 Germicid'al Soap .......... 25c Carbolic Soap............. 25c Tooth Paste and All Toilet Goods Xmas Seal, Tags, Xmas Post Cards, etc. SEND YOUR PARCEL TODAY RED CROSS DRUG &BOOK to., LTD. Suecessora to Jackson i. Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building gity and district Five and Costs , In the city police cour.t this mom-; In^ C. Madison was fined ?5 and costs for being intoxicated in a public place. Photograph In "Graphic." 1 This week's issue of the London Graphic cohtains the photograph of the late Lieut. C, E. Sherlock on the nation's roll of honor. Funeral on Thursday The fuiierai of John Kenneth Mc-Ihtyre will take place Thursday afternoon at 2.30 p.m. trom MacKay and Bell's undertaking parlors. Torouto, Nov. 13.-Canada had sub- ! . WF. WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR FURS Hides, Pelts, Etc. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT A FUR CO., LTD. Hear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices Cor.'4th Ave. and 5th Street S. Phones: Office 799; Res. 326 Reference: Standard Bank Buy Meats by PARTICULAR PEOPLE DO THIS WITH US. R. COULTRY Phone 492 The.Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Board License Number S-28693. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goldie, Mr. andggribed $376,515,700 to ttie $500,000,-Mrs. Sam Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Parks, o,j victory loan up to 1 p.m. today ac-Mr. and Mrs. Geo.� Scott Sr., Mr. and rordhig "to rep��fts^'received ,by the Mrs. Soady, the Forbes family, Mr. Dominion business committee. The pro-and'airs. .4.. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. A. vinciai figures are as follows. Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Rosiane, Mr. Ontario (outside Toronto) .1111,409,300 and Mrs. Horn, Mr. and Mts. A. Wil- Toronto................. 71,765,550 aon, ^Trs. �nd Miss Watson, Mr. R. British Columbia......... 18:784,750 Mooflie Jr., Mr. and Mrs. G. Goldie, All.erta ----.............. ,10,558,800 Mr. and Mrs. R. Moodie Sr., Mr. and Sa3k?>tchewan ........... 9,483,850 Mrs. Hogg, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hamil- Manitoba................ 23,608.950 ton, Mr. and Mrs. H. Lowe, Mr. .and Jlontreal................ 80,655850 Mrs. J. Atkin. Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Quebec (outside Montreal) 16,272.150 Sunina, Mr. and Mrs. John Gilmore, New Brunswick......... 8,500,000 Wfeaths from M. and Mrs. Ben Mott, ^'oya Scotia .....;........ 19,229.450; Lodge No. 67 A.F. and A.M., husband. Prince Edward Island ... 1,299,050 __ ; liominion total last year, Mr. and Mts. Owen Delay and fam- j same period .......'..$239.216.300 iiy thank all i who were so kind to ~ � � , -~ , -== tliem in their recent bereavements and g. B. Mitchell, E. Aitken, W. Hopkins, , also the givers of flowers: Ladies', ^r. and Mrs. S. Milner, Mrs. Taylor! Aid, St. Patrick's church, wreath; R. I and Mrs. Craig, Mr.,and Mrs. T. New-W. Gardner, wreath; the family and ' ton, Mr. and Mrs/AV, ICelletta, the' Jlr. Crombie. pillow; Fred and LiUie, w-ellington family, C. A. Little, JohiT pillow; Conybeare. Church, McAr- james, Pauline Stakeley, H. C. God-| thur and Davidson., pillow; Mr. and frey. Gleam, B. Chipma'n of Cardston, Mrs. H. .T. Cunningham and family, i jas". Livingstone, Chas. .Matchett, , wreath; sprays from Jack Ross Chap- Mary, Fielen and Nellie Vasellnak, ; ter I.O.D.E.. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Knights of Pythias Lodge No. 2, Jen-' Reasly. -Mr. and Mrs. Hufner, Mr. and , ^tie Gepghan, Mr. and Mrs. and Phillip ' Mrs. G. W. Robtason.-Mr. and Mrs.; jijebach. Also spiritual offerings \V. J. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. B. B.'from Marie Rooney, Mrs. Fred Roon-Hoyt, Mr. and Mrs. Bobt. Livingstone, i ey. Miss C. Roy, Miss K. Roy, Miss L. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Livingstone, Mr. ^ Roy, Mrs. P. Gov.', Miss G. Gibbons, and Mrs. D, J. Baikley. Air. and Mrs., Mr! and Mrs. Fred Kenny. Alf. C. Hall, Mr. McAdoo, W. Trylor, Mrs. Geo. Coutts, Miss Jean Dowell, mum MY & GRAIN Co. LETHBRIDGE For all Kinds of Feed HAY In carload lots and less, at right prices. We now have soino extra good, ALFALFA to offer. Prompt shipmeut. Three kind.s of CHOPPED FEED For hogs, dairy cows and other stock. We al.'fo buy and sell POTATOES Any quantity. Canada Pood Board Licenses: N08. 12181; 9-S400 and 3-921. Mr. Solberg wishes .to,thank friends for the following beautiful floral tributes: Mr. and Mrs. Mclntoah, Coal-� dale, -Mr. and Mrs. Hanson, C'oaldale, Mr. and Mrs. August Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. E. Codd, Coaldale, sprays, the Misses Mcintosh, Mr. and Mrs. Od-mark, wreaths; employees McLaughlin Garage, anchor; Jack and Nellie White, wreath; Mr. and Mrs. Mason, i Mr. Geo. Williams, Mr. A. Olberg, | j sprays; -Mr. A: Barnsley, cross; C. "E. : i Joule and Geo. Brown, cross. j I ___ I ] Thanks are given for the following j , flowers sent to the funeral of the lato I Mr. Hunter McMillan: Flo Tayloi-,' ; cross; Mrs. Moffat and Mrs. Jacobs, t Mr. and Mrs. Fumian, Mr. H. L. Reld, (Lou Bonnell, W. D. King, Mr. and 1 Mrs. Geo. Addison, Mr. and Mrs. W. ! JIurray, sprays; Brother Geo!-ge, n-reath; Art and Mabel, spray;. Mr. Eugene Stubs, pillow; D. J. McMillan, wreath; Staff Silver Grill, pillow. IN MEMORIAN Of my beloved son. Pte. Benjamin ;'Carter, who died,in Bramahott Milday ' Hospital 0� influenza, on October 26. 1918: "A loving son, a true tried friend. May God bo our constant guide to meet him on the other side." Inserted bv Ms mother, 2S3-1 Mi;s. CaroUne Flew. Cure for Influenza Sir,~Pollowing is a remedy for Uie'- in�luenz2l which should prove ot interest just at this time, Ingredients: Piire phenol. Oal-vert's No. 1 (prepared for internal use), 24 drops"ln an 8 oz. bottle oif water. *ell mixed. Dose: Two tablespoonluls in a wine glass of water 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 he taken till the sym-toms of TiTupDza-cold, chill, pains, etc.-.show themselves; then one dose will prevent it in less than half an hour. This recipe came originally from a physician in the West Indies, who used it as a remedy in. malarial and other fevers. It came into my-possesion from the .Rev. A. G. Edwards, vicar ot St. Stephen's, Norburyi W. Croydon, England. To my knowledge it has been used in scores of cases ot influenza, without a single failure.-Mrs. S. H. Brake, Victoria. B. C. ; ' The Phenol referred to In the . foregoing is pif;pared 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 possesstya of a stock of Calvert's No.'1 Phenol which Is the' exclusive internal preparation. Funeral Tomorrow The funeral of Joe Camosi wilf take place from Fetterly's parlors ot 11 o'clocTt tomorrow and projjetd to St. Patrick's church. Interment will be ihade in St. Patrick's cemeterjt. ffM 11th �tra�t a. I^Kent 1483 Prompt and RalUble Work Dona at RMtoi>i ..^ abia Priaaa. My Name Is ^KILOWATT I, want to come ,to ,your 6ouse 'and do your wasii-ing. - �.� - IGHAItQE 2c an Hour and i do all your,\yBB.hing and wrlng!iiig--;jsi�ve your . strength -ntiq youi' hands -^niake ' B'lu'�:> Slonuay Bright Mondiiy^, - - r Ido itwilh the f r ^ M^YTA* "A" battery, hds been shell gassed and is also suffering from influenza in France. When Tired and Weary � glass of our riolii sure milk is a wonderful reptorSr of Energy j^nd vlgofi It is �Nature's own tonic and tar excels uny mto made Qecoctlbh... Superior as it Is. it Is far the cheapest. �And -what Is niore .vou'U eaioy jtaJtlii*''It ''btir milk is rich In bodjt'i&d-'hnd in y.flavor.!'It' Is 8pi*ndld'''for 'invalids and babies ^nfl 'for r^^arj^body pise as .well., i^. CRYSTAL DAIRY, ttd. ^ , . Victory Loan Workers �" An Victory Loan workers will meet at headquarters tonight to discuss the campaign for the remainder of the week, and particularly to arrange the drive for Friday, "lucky" day. Funeral at Cardston There died in the city on November 12, William Hackett, aged'i69 years. The remains will be forwarded from Fetterly's pdrlors oh th\ Thursday morning train to Cardston where burial will ta.]v> place. J.D. inmam & Co. Thf! ^ey-gt�& Start "Alberta's Piotreer Druoaists" Wholesale and Retail Chemists Phones 1515 and 322 "Wife of Homer Dill The death took place in the city yesterday, November 12th', of Edith H. Dill aged 29 years, beloved wife of Homer A. Dill. The funeral notices will appear later. Mrs. Dill was a victim of influenza. Taxed Forty and Costs G. W. Anderson/appeared in the police) court charged with unlawful possession ot liquor. He claimed,, that he was racing another car in from Diamond' City and found the booze on the road. The tale sounded fishy to the magistrate and Anderson was assessed ?40.00 and/6osts^ Chinaman Dies There died in the city on November 12 ot influenz^., How Chofig, aged 20 years. The funeral which w^ll be private will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment will be made in the Chinese plot in thejnin-ers cemetery. MacKay and Bell are In charge of the funeral arrangements. Mitchell of Brumlieller, >took place' from MacKay and Bell's umiertaking parlors at 4 o'clDOki.oh November 12th and procei^ded tp..the public cemetery where the funeral Service was conducted by RftV; C. E/Cragg." He leaves to mourU' hJB ;'los8 -^loving wife ^tid three small sons; his father !an'di.ta6tii-er Mr. and Mrs.;Joe.'Mitchell of Sow Island, also'. thr^o'^^Slsters and four ! brothers. .Th^; pi^lll bearers ^.,y^re as "fallows: �:Mr.:,vI*''l�nroso, Mrl "'John-, White, Mr; John Pimm, Mr. AUx Cart son, Mr. Rpbt.iMcOowel, Mr: Wm. Carr tkr. The floral tributes Vere as follows: Pillow,- wife* an& family ''broken' wheel, father and,-..mother; anchor^ Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mitchell; heart,'' Mr. and Mrs. .Geo.. Mitchell, hat;p. Sister Flossie; icross, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Baycroft; TiVreathft; Mr. and Mfs'.JJ'oe. Mitchell, 'MiiB. W.'^A.-Martin and'fam-,; ily, Mr. anB Mrs. Allardloc Jr;;:,''sprays, Mr. and Mrs'; Altred Mitchell, iilr. and-Mrs. Wm.-.Allardlce-Sr.,, Mr. and Mrs. Jolln Pimm,  Mr. and Mrs. A. Neidig, Mr..Ai,Garlgon, Mr. and Mrs, n. Stryker, Mrs. Jdlin Craig and Mrt. Ta:ylor. Two Deaths The death took place yesterday of Joseph S. Flury of influenza. This ihprning Robert Chapins was a victim of the same disease. Anyone knowing any particulars ot these two men or the whereabouts ot their relatives please phone the parlors of MacKay and Bell where the remains now are.. Open Until 9 p.in. This Evening , Th. Frank/Hedley DrugCii.- BRIEF DELAY NECESSARY Paris, Nov. 13.-The German delegates to the armistice negotiations have issued a statement ,issert;ng that a brief delay in the evacuation of occupied territory and delivering of rolling stock is indispensable. They declare- AND ARE' , ^ * 0!>en every night till nine o'clock' - - I. i'dpen Sundays from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. '; r Phone 44S ^ ^. .. " OpeV Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to * the: PfebPLE's drug store Loolie L�^lcTkeeping ' regiilrem^iit � mSH* to order.' Modern' Bindisrs biflit to  stind the wear,o'f'%'(>i4l^'6((ice. Books, Rep^'ts and Masaeines Bound In tbe ' Finest OuaMtuvl^^atherB. ....... EVERVTMfNpTFOR THE OFFIPE. 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