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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta J|ltOISO>* PKOKOttRAP^S , ^raSlj^llBOIA MUSIC "do., LTD. l'lB'.Mh.8triect South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE Ma^"'iff offered to tne public only at rare Interviils. A Canadian novel through and through; written by the.well known Calgary author, printed in Canada and illustrated by the Canadian artist Arthur Heming, A "prominent hook critic writes: "There is not a wasted paragraph in the "Cowpunoher." It is a Canadian David Harum."" Price $1.50- THE KENNY & ALAN CO., Ltd, �tLK^'.T.L ^Ittoaur. store 'Z" The Good Co., Ltd MAIN STORE 329 5TH/STREET SOUTH PHONE No. 525 NORTH BRANCH 240 13TH STREET NORTH RHONE N0.4M TWO STORES HIGH CLASS GR0CER8- � Canada Food Beard LIcenae No. 8599 MARKETS V ! i Genevai Nov. 14.^A general Ktriire was begun in Switzerland last midnight, by order* of the 'soldiers' "And workmen's council at Olten. The 'federal authorities have ordered tfie of a division of 25,000 ;^rbop�,'CnjMtly4:^Sf>to re- j'iilblre br^er.'The troops? however, have ibeen unable to reach their destlnatiouE r'fbecauBe railroad servicd-'was inter-,fapted. i^'^Jmdignatlon against the Germans, who: started the Bolsheviki movement "Jfi. Switzerland, is increa|Hng. j.Memp for binder twine is being 'srowu at tbe Kansas penitentiary at Topeka. 1 STORAGE Geneva, Nor. 14-The greatest en thuBiasm; prevails in Alsace-Lorraine. p_.-.f,fl Thousands of Germans "are leaving "^^"''"''^ those provinces. The German author- > ^,,_11" ities are being hooted by. the crowds. ^ ,^ French and American troops are ex-^�- ^ ^".^'H-pected daily. ] Heceptlons; on.! a l^uge scale are being prepared tor the allied troop? under itbe noses of the German officials. "'� There ialaols joy In the Rhine townss beciauae of the cessation of allied air "raidB,.';,:-.U.:.:;.,:,'^;',.--. . . :i � Winnipeg, Nov. 14.-Cash trading M'as ogam dull on the market today. Oats closed l%o higher for December and %c,higher for May. � Barley fijosed %c higher for Decern, ber and unchanged for May. Flax closed "ViC loyer for November, 5c lower for December and o%c lower for May. / Winnipeg Markets; Oats- Open Close December ..............S0% 81% May...................S2 81"v6 . Barley- December .... ^____.... 107 lOT^i May................:...112si 112% Flax- November ...........TTSTg 369Va December ..........:..368 364 May ...,...............365 36S ' � ^ Ca^h Prices. Oats- No. 2 C.W...81% No. 3 O.W.. lExfra 1 Feed......:........... No. 1 Feed, 7S% No.. 2 Feed, Barley- ' No. 3 C.W., 106% No. 4 C.W., .70% .81% 74% TO RENT Excellent. Room* for Potatoea and Produce. F. 0.,HYDE & CO. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE ' YOU'LLXOOK LIKE \ "A GOOD HEAD" Af^er Leaving This Shop ^Westbrook, Bros *^.:^HOpfMiU Bank of Montreal i"f;i- f,,>,WE WILL PAY YOU TOP . PRICES FOh YOUR ^ , . FURS ^ Hides, Pelts, Etc. . f^LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT FUR CO., LTD. vRiaar C.P.K.- TelegTEwh Offices [Cor. 4th Ave. and 53" Stieet S. ^Phohea: Office 799; Rea.\ 326 t I Reference: Standard Bank PI fill Buy Meats by Telephone PARTICULAR PEOPLE THIS WITH US. DO R. COULTRY ijf bone 492 f TfieAlslerta Meat Market . ' Canadl Food Board License '� -.v Number 8-28693. TOSIAYIN'TURKEY Washington, Nov. 14.-Austria has asked President "Wilson to use bis good offices ��with the allies to secure a modification of the Turkish -armistice te^ms, so as- to permit several thousand former Austro-Hunganan subjects now in Ottoman territory to remain there instead of returning home to add to the already serious food problems.' . Turkey Is'required-by the armistice terms to repatriate all suhjects of the central powers within her horders. This clause was designed partjpular-ly to''drlve out the Germans, wha>^vlr-tually controlled the Turkish government. - .  The appeal to President Wilson, which comes from Vienna In the form of an unsigned note, points out that Austria-Hungary no longer is a bel-. ligerent and the necessity.of e'hforcing the removal of the Austrians from Turkey does not now exist. 101% ........93% ........02% ........370 No. 2 C.W. .........366V4 ��. f � �*� Balgary Live Stock : i'. Calgaa'y, Nov. 14.-The yards "are again full of cattle, but .trading Is brisker today and yesterday's prices iuUy sustained. There were very few'hogs on sale and price quotsd is $K.50, fed and water'fed. Top steei's, $11.50 to f 12; cows, stockers, $6.50 to Send your Xmas Presents Overseas in a proper box. We have: a strong double cai'd board boxl^for this purpose.' Pri^e 15c , RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. ^Suecaaaera to^Jaekaon Ca. Telaphonaa.; US and 1288. 8herlockv::Bulldln| Cip AND DISTRICT . Bank Xlaarlnoa Bank clearings for the week ending today -were $820,500 as compfi�d with $1,146,692 for'the corresponding week a year ago. , "Not Guilty." � ' The Madison flneA for heing drunJr yesterday was not It. P. Maddison, secretary of the Alberta Returned Sol. dferi^ Commission ana of tl\a great War Veterans'Association. * I Sk'elton'pid it. Sergt. Sicelton, of Drumheller, who was responsible for arresting the man who murdered a Victory Loan canvas-' 8el'^ is Lethbridge's. former chief ot police. , '-i >.� -. . ' .. 4tlll In (snoranee . ,\A.. local barri^er, told the Herald I this morning that the C. P. R. in the 'east apparently did not know that the influenza quarandne on Lethhrldse had been lifted. His sister-ln-law went to the G. P. R. Ucket office In Ottawa but she .was refused a ticket on that account. BAKED APPLES , When bakins lea both 4n ,*�ted^fraWeB . wlth'^'aHinllnum, wltfi woSror ^\ tavoSa.' ^ ^ ^. ^ ^ 't^fThe Bakitic^C^MenAHl in Buar-v'Miteed noHHinii^ns etiu^and : teryp-the-new;%initary'dfthea tor thei niodeni houaewlte'' and her cnllnary; n'eeda. ' " , ^ * ^P^ed from SOf to nm i^The SMMDDISIV & GMM Co. LETHBRIDGE For all Kinds of Fead HAY In carload -lots and less, at right prices. We now have some , extra good; ALFALFA V to offer. Prompt shfpment. Three kinds of CHOPPED FEED For hogs, dairy cows and other sfcqck. We also buy and sell POTATOES Any quantity.  Canada Food Board Licenses: Kos. 12181; 9-8406 and 3-921. SOLDIERS/CREAIE STATE OF ANARCHS Washington, Nov. 14.-Reports have j-eached the state department that the situation in Germany apd in Austria-Hungary approaches a state of anarchy onaccountof .the conduct of returning soidiers fe-; leased from the fighting lines. Efforts to Prevent Anarchy Berne, Nov. 13.-The new Berlin government, according to the Frankfort Zeitung, after some resistance from the Independent Socialists, has resolved that as soon ag the business program has been settled it will take up the question of the convocation of a national assembly. News reaching here seems to �how that a serious effort is being made in | Berlin to maintain order, and Mo prevent the movement from falling into anarchy. n, ilLIONS WILL 0 Food Conditions TerribVe a Canadian Just Released Trom Prison, Reports UNDERTAKING' $70 [^)ude8 a black cloth covered casket, nestly trimmed, outside : linbtklming^vhearse and lead^cdr. Single grave and digging 'lth:;?Qu'i;'usual prompt and courteous services. � never closed ::>,^:-;]bell: 803fTH^pa Ave; 8., LETHBRIDGE V;cas&, jEOjUIPMENT ' Cure ior Influenza Sii^!-Fbllowlnfe is a remedr-for the influenffi which/should prove ot,'iifterek j�� at this tt^e. 'Ingredieilt^: Pure tphenol, Calvert's No.l (prepared for internal use), 24 dropff in" an 8 oz/bottle of water, well mixed. * Dose:? Two ti^blaspoonfuls in a wine glass of water three-times in 2* hours, Children, half the dose. One dose will be enough tp prevent; three doses to cure. The dose to prevent should not be takett till the aym-toms of nfinen^-T-cold, chill, pains, etc.-shOT^;.;; themselves; then one-dose will prevent it in less than half anintous. This recipe came originally from a physician in the'.'West Indies, wbo used' It as.^ a remedy in malarial and other fevetra. It came into my possession � from the Rev. A. G. Ed,wards, vicar of St. Stephen's, Norbury, W. Croydon, Bngland. To my knowledge it has been used in scores of cases ot influenza, without, a single failure.-Mrs. S. H. Brake, Victoria, B. C. f . The Phenol referred in the foregoing is prep&red by The Century old House of Calyert in England. Theliv preparations, which are of the highest order, have pi-acticallyti^dlsappeared 'from the' We wish to call attention to both physicians and laymen that we are the fortunate poasesaors of a stock of' Calvqrt"B No. 1 Phenol which/I^Kthe exclusive Internal preparation. Supreme Court ere Is now some doubt about the postponemeift of- Supreme Court here .lniszt.^7�e.e.fc. It is possible that some lot the nbn-lury cases'Will be heard. Tbere are. 33.. cases""bn the list, ot which'six.are;jury'ca^^es. ? f^Hnaral of J. K. Mclntyre '" '. jThe funeral of the late, John K. Mc-Intyre took place this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the parlors of MacKay and 7BelI.'Intermenj^iwaB_ made in the public cemetery. �,-{�...� , i ,-.-. 'i''WarnlrtB'rito Beya' n,..'.- �� A warning Is issued: to Uie.small hoys of'the vlty to refrain fiom play-i Ing with the blg^. reyoUring doors' at' thia Pbst Office. Recently several near aociddhts have occurred, In which the t boys' arms haye b^en-severely pinch-'ed. ....... : , .�.,." �. .. . lad then Til -.. Weaiy '�; ' a glMB of our rich, jm^ii^Uk) la ar#bnderf�l reatorer ot: enr?  ergy and vigor. Itrls'Katute'a own toiilc and farteis'ela'-anjt man made, deeoctkin'.'^ Super- . ior as lt.,la, lt'"lii-far the oheapwat.  A�"d whati iS ihore s you'U.-enJoy toWfttv w^": Our millciB,ri�h in biodriii)ii-frne , in'flavoV. It"fa sp^ndld fdr "'' invalids and/rbabtea. and for Tound.Sult Case '. The city police have found, a suit case contuinlng the persotial effects of B. Skaagar. The valise was found in an old building near the steam laundry and ,may be had Upon proof of ownership. Opening of Tiieatrea JH. J. Allan; o|.the Famous Players, Calgary, wires Geo, C. Fleming, of the. Starland. as follows:. "Authority (for reopening theatres rests in hands of province. If local board can get authority for doipg so, have been given to understand theatre's will be open Monday. Will advise further." for a Tiateaii^took InflnehMi which develoJM^'tn^o^tikl&ionta. -She'^waa tAWn' to,|ecelveil'ii.|lbriv-3k, whiler^^"-^^ ittldg alotii^'flnp. land Shaw were- notvonfir./if^; kpiown but well^liked boya la'^Iigfhbrtdge.: and itte .ti^at CorpQtfirVSjfiajt.: was wounde,d. vflll bo deepl;^ felt>t Gill University. He was shot down on the Italian front on June 8. Montreal, Nov/ 14.-Cfc' D. McLeod is a son?>>t the late Prof. McLeod of Mc- Dicpute About Accident Differences in opinion ot the auto accident on Monday in which a Ford^ car driven by Dean Ursenbacjd was turned over, .were alrad in the city police court thJS' morning./ Inforitaa-tlon'was Jald by Mr. lUrsenbadi against, Otto Newinger, driver^, of the' oar,! which^it was claimed, atruck the Ur-senbach car, thereby causing the- accident.. Counaeji for the defendant, Mr. M. Sf^McArtbur, claimed.ihat' it was vice�>versa and that 'Ursenbaoh. was the offending partySeveral witnesses were called, the "evidence ' of' whom; generally conflicted and Magistrate' Irwm' discharged costs. - the case wiihout -The Death of MJIaa Bessie. Green. Miss Bessie Green, who was buried yesterday was a young teafther from near Foremost. Her school was at Birdsbolm, and she was a most suc-cesBfur teacher,' much' esteemed by both parents and pupils. Of a bright," happy {disposition, she made friends everywhere In the community. About two weeks ago she came to Lethbridga libl�# geti few ifaiiiliiii F1i|ili;^ ,_______feet tod feet knf. \ SoiifiaiPnlpn/Wicks,^^^^ Irlah and American 1 A YbtfwiLt SfANT SOME .OF THESE ^OON, SO QE-rVH \ ^ '"' r" 'KARtV, . , , R0BE|lTS0N'S 9O0K Srai^ PH0Ntl2��;% , ^ LerHB^roof HOTEL BUILDiNO �:iagi. 3-3 � WE HXVet|i(DiVE 7- Your Country NeMs Jhe/'pomI fiulfVkilfy Bom Space Donated to the Victorgt'Oanj 1,918 Campaign by JohnGUmore Limiied,Mqkers O TO OUR NEW STORE AT 414 HTH ^tRiET N. AND ARE ' NIGHT m NINE O'CLOCK n-SjtPdfiya-ffenD 2'to 4 and 7 to t, ^ ' ' * Open Bungay from S to 4 and 7 t*  a toaa and Oartcr'a Typewriter, Rlb^M.^ ll & jfra; A+9B ;