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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOMOHEIMER PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" ^ J,5 6th Street South Phone 1545. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALI)) GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street 8. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Den* at Reason-- - able Prices. A GOOD LINE UP FOR TOMORROW TURKEY, CHICKEN, DUCK, FOWL, LAMB, FRESH MEATS Direct from the farm t6 your table. DELANY'S Meat Co. fj35!SEJSS5ESEu23�E Opp. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-2660 "THE COWPUNCHER" By ROBERT J. C. STEAD Author of "The Homesteaders,' "Song; of the Prairie," "The Bail Jumper," etc.. etc. David Kldcn, 'he hoy "row puncher" who becomes a milliomiir.-i-e.ii !��)..to operator In th- boom �ta>s of tho Wcji and r.oes "h-ok-" with tli.- collapse of lln> boom is th- central 'iKuro in n tale of humor, love, philosophy, f.iitlu'ul western iiito" and intense clrnm.'Kio iiit"ie>; stn-h ,15 Is i) f:Toil to tho public only at rare Ir.ti rval.--. A Canadian .iiivpI tiirnuKh and throwth: wrM.t-n bv th" \v�H knewn (Vlrtary author. I Tint-d I" Canada anil illustrated In the ("rvn.ftlian artist Arrhtir ii-Mlitf:. A prominent hook critic wiites: "There is not a wasted paragraph In (ho ' Cowpunctier." It is n Canadian DavUl Hannu. Price $1.50 THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONt 14*7 SAVE MONEY by BUYING YOUR GOODS THE NEW AND POPULAR WAY CARRY YOUR GOODS WHERE YOU CAN AND GET THE VERY LOWEST PRICES AND WHEN YOU GET THEM DELIVERED YOU PAY A SMALL CHARGE FOR THE EXTRA SERVICE. GOODS CANNOT BE DELIVERED WITHOUT AN EXPEN SE TO SOME ONE AND IT STANDS TO REASON PEOPLE QUYINij THE GOODS HAVE TO BEAR THE EXPENSE. WITH OUR SYSTEM YOU PAY FOR IT ONLY WHEN YOU GET THE GOOOS DELIVERED. OUR GOODS ARE ALL GUARANTEED FIRST CLASS QUALITY MclNTOSH RED APPLES, excellent for eating- No. 1s. ocr case ....................... $2.60 Mo. 2s. per case ........................ $2.45 ORCHARD PUN OALDWINS. these arc exceptional v.ihJC. Would almoiit gride No, 1 if thev were wrapped, fine for cooking, per case $2.25 ORANGES, shinpirl 'n by express from Florida, they arc a little high in price but it is the only kind we could gel and the quality Is exceptional, price, each ............................... 10c LEMONS, brought in by express from Spokane to help fight the 'Flu. per dozen......... . 80c NEW MIXED NUTS, pe- lb................. 22c FRESH ROASTED PEANUTS, per lb....... 18c VEGETABLES AT LOW PRICES POTATOES, dry and mealy, per cwt....... 1.90 In large lots, per cwt..................... 1.75 ONIONS, finest B. C. Winter stock, 8 lbs, for 25c P*!r cwt.................................2 90 CARROTS, per lb........................... 3c Pts- cwt.................................. 2.G5 BEETS, per lb.............................. 3c Per cwt................................. 2.75 SWEDE TURNIPS, per lb................... 2c Per cwt..........v.................1.75 WINTER CABBAGE, per lb.................2'/2c Per cwt................... .............. 2.25 FRESH OYSTERS, the Coast Sealed, solid meat kind. We have these coming in regularly by express. ' x GOODWiLLIES' PRESERVED FRUITS, put up In perfect seal pint scalers, extra quality. Peaches. Pears, Raspberries, Green Gage Plums. Cherries, etc.. per scaler .......................... 39c STRAWBERRIES, per sealer................47c PURE RASPBERRY JAM, King Beach, 4 lb. tins, each ..................................... 90c PURE BLACK CURRANT JAM. Wagstaffcs, 4 lb. tins, each ................................ 92c EVAPORATED CHERRIES, per lb.......... 21c ' COCOA, Lo-.vneys, 1 lb. tins, each ......... 47c CHOCOLATE, for baking. Lowneys' unsweetened, ' , lb. cakes, each ........................ 21c EQUAL EGG, for baking, to use in place of eggs. large E0c tin, e.ich ....................... 33e MILK, Canada First, family sine, good quality. iv.ilk, per tin ............................. 13c DUSTDANE, for sweeping floors, to keep down the dust, per tin .......................... ?2c MATCHES, Dominion 5s, 3 in a package, per package ................................ 38c OLEOMARGARINE, Swift's Premium, per lb. J8c FRESH CREAMERY BUTTER, M.igrath or Cryst- al Dairy, per lb........................... 53c COOKING BUTTER, 2 lbs. for ........... 65c Cards of Thanks Mrs J. 1) Wllkie ikrlres to take thi' nir.in:> of expressing her heart fcli ,*:raCti)do to tho voi-y many friends vlio oxi'-ii'l''.! xy.jtp.ithy and ki.-dnoss ami sent floral tribute" iV.irinc her r-*-tmt pad li'Travi'iin-nl .''rp*i|r>nt of sympathy i li'iu'n her In her recent bereavement alio for the beautiful floral tributes sent US."-1 MARKETS Mt- M. Seaman and family wImi to think thi-ir many friends for the crest Vlt'.Ui'"" and ^>llt$uthy shown tn tho'..* tad bereavement, al�o for th benufi-j.ii C >r.i! trioutf" .vsr.-i Mrji V ?! Jlllrti"" .not family wl�h to than! '.Ui-.v many 'ri-nds for uu-Vlmlae---; and sympathy shown them in (heir Mid In : iav-ui-tit. alio Tor til" fcf.'.Hlilul floral tribute*. L'^.'.l Winnipeg:. Xnv. IS.-rash tr.Td" '.va.1-aK.MU dull and featureless tod.iy on tho local ujarket Hals olo�ed . 7-s( hishrr for December anil L' Mi- 11i: for May. Barley closcj ."Si- hiithoi for DccmhiT ami .",-4c hlchor for Jlay l-'lax r\o�od \-Uc hiiti.or for N'ov,'ii)li> v l-^'i- lowi-r for Dfi-ftiilior and l-">- lower for May. Winnipeg M;,rkets Oat*-- tlp'-ti i"'o-' 0'ct.mbo.~ ......... M4 >.'. May ............ ^lrs llHrley - Perpml.rr ........ 11 � 7 1 r 1"', .\:.iv .. . . ,;. ... 11:1.. n::1 Klax The Good Co., Ltd MAIN STORE 329 5TH STREET SOUTH PHONE No. 525 TWO STORES NORTH BRANCH 240 13TH STREET NORTH PHONE No. 458 HIGH CLASS GROCERS -- Canada Food Board License No. 8-599 What About Your Floors ? One look at our display of Congoleum Art-Rugs will solre) your floor covering problems. Thousands of women all over the country have covered every room in their homes with these wonderful rugs. Yx>u will admire tin; dainty designs and pretty coloring. Every one does. Then the wide range of patterns will please you. This means a moderate priced rug for every need. These rugs are washable, waterproof and sanitary. But there are other appeals in these rugs. They won't curl or "kick up" at the edges. And the prices! Don't wait till they have all been snapped up. Com* in today. Consumers9 Hardware and Supply Co. For Red Cross. Tho lion. Trcas. KnJ l"ro-L> So i.-ty .i-V;:towli>ds''> with thanks tho to'low inp flonaUftn:: .!. I>. l-'itil'.r of I'hi-a, per V.'. A. |iin:i.!r..i!!. M i'.. Jlo; Ad-u il-d Crr1:--r. Soi-i-iy. |.to- -oils yal- ol >;n'.d'.ii iilonat-.il per Mr.-'. Kd- \ :;a t'.ot'ilii rs; i'on. (li- i.-th- |>rlils>- tJolf r!i:h. $:U.r.i>. and the Mar- : l--.i.1 ami I'l'i-u-r C'i-pU i>lay� rs. $5:,�, '. pi r |)r CraiK ! .170 . I Cath Prices STORAGE Tft RENT excellent Rooms for Pot#toss and Product. F. 0. HYDE & CO. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIOOE YOU'LL LOOK LIKE "A GOOD HEAD" After Leaving Thl� Shop Wetlbfooit Bros Opposite Bank of Montreal ,v.i\ -tnlo H,',-.->tnl'-M.iy . . . I O.us-No. 1* C W .. � aril niainta'ti-d ; >i-slrrday'� levrl. Top $11 ! ttJ; '-ow-i, $6.75 to $7.2,".; �toi-k�>. jrt 7". Iq $7.10. Ho*� have jumpol Z and now .itand at $l''>.7,1. fod and w -led ! Infant Dies. St-;>ii-n Klle;;iwt,�ll, inf.uil >ou of Mr .it'd Mr� Kn, hiuan of llardi-villi'. ii> .1 yo^icrtiay. The fuii-ral anuioin-i' 'ti-ti;; will appt,,r in -i lator is.�tri. we WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR FURS Hides, Pehi, Etc. LCTHSRtOOE HIDE. PELT a PUR CO., LTD. Rear CP.R. Telegraph Offices Cor. 4tH Ave. and &th Street S. Phonts: Office 799; Ret. 32� Reference-. Standard Bank I ANNOUNCEMENT ; Iluy your next Victor records at tiie j Willis Piano Store, Third Avenue. Kervlee" h our nir.ttc. 281-1 IN MEMORIAM. Ir. ever loving memory of my dear iiusband, Pie. Alfred Henry J.ippinK-well. who gave hia lifo for King and country, Nov. 15, 101 is. inserted by hl� wifo and children ;S5-1 Buy Meats by Telephone PARTICULAR PEOPLE DO THIg WITH U8. R. C0ULTRY Phone 492 The Albarta Meat Market Canada Food Board Ligense � Numlier 8-38693. SAUNDERS HAY & GRAIN Co. LETHBRIDGE For all Kinda of Feed HAY In carload lots and loss, at rh;ht prices. We now have aomo extra good, 1 ALFALFA 'to offer Prompt shipment. Three kinds of CHOPPED FEED For hogs, dairy cows and other nloelt. We also buy and sell POTATOES Any rjuanli'y. Canada Food Board Licenses: Xoh. 121S1; 9SS-W, and 3 1)21. Cure for Influenza .-'a-.- i'ollowinp is n r-niedy fur the lii!!n-:ir.:i ivl;',ch �hmilil ;irov- of itttfi-i'.i Just ::i J hi:1, tune ItU'ivli"!!''-1 I'ui* phenol, f'.il-vert's No. I (p"-]iared for internal iim'i. ^l ilrops in mi > nz. liot-tle uf Uiiter, well u)l\ei!. Dictc: Two t:tlil�fpooiifiilii in :i Mm- slasi-, of water Uireo fl:ii-.i in i'4 hour* Children, half lh- doM�. On- iIobi' win he  'iioiiith to prevent; Hire- dose.H to cure. The done tn prevent should not he tu'sui till the jiyiii' tonts uf .ifinenza-'-cdd. rhll'.. pains, etc --show themselves; then ci.e dose will prevent it in less than half an hour. Thla re-i-ipe came originally from u physician In the Want. lndle-i. who u-ietji it ,i� n remody in malarial and other fevors. It came into my possefslott from lh" ll-v. A u. Kdu'ards, vicar of St. Stephen's, Norhttry, W. Croydon, Kni.I.tiid. To my IuiowI-'Iko it hii� he.-i! n.;ed in M'ores of cai;es of influenza, without :i single failure -Mr.*. S. II. JSrake, Victoria. I) c. The phenol referred to in the foreeoliiR is pvepaied hy Th" Cetitt'ry old House of Calvert In Kiigh-.inl. Their jirepariitions. 'iiiic'ii al- of Hie iilnh'-it ord-r. have ' praotii ally >li"i!ppearei| from th- Canadian market. We wish to cai! nt(>mlon to both pliy-icluns and laymen that ��are tiie fortun.'ite liONNC-iioH of n stock of Cahert'h No. 1 Phenol which h> the cxclusivo internal preparation. ).D.H'pMiiamHo. Limited Th* y^a&l Stor* "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists" Wholesale and Retail Chemist* Phones 1510 and 322 FINE FRESH CHOCOLATES 55 Cents the Pound FOUR KINDS RAISIN CLUSTERS. PEANUT CLUSTERS, KRUMBLETTES, COCOANUT BURRS. TAKE A POUND HOME-THE WHOLE FAMILV WILL LIKE THEM. RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. ucce�*ora ta Jackson & Co. Telephone. 56ft and 12IX Sherlock Qulidlna CITY AND DISTRICT Mayor Lnid Up. Tho mayor, who has ho-n under tho weather for a couple of days, was not down al hi* office this morning. CP.R. Official. .1. G. Sutherland, Inspector of tn.importation for tin; C.i'.K. w.v, in the, city today from Winnipeg CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. When Tired and Weary a glass of onr^rlcli,'pure milk !.; a wonderful restorer ot on-rrgy, ami vigor. It Is Nature's own tonic and far excels any man made decoction. Superior ns It Is, it Is far the cheapest. And what in more you'll enjoy taking It. Our l milk is rich in body and fine lu flavor. It Is splendid for invalids and babies and for everybody else as well. Phone , 1576 i Got Pay Check5. ! The ulio-t walked for the C.i'I!, men today, ami an additional ^-'"t was made hy r. any of th-ui lo no: another bond. Coming Frorr Quebec. S Word has hei'U re-.ved that the fatli-r of the la'o Joseph I'luiy 13 on lilr Camp I'lre CSiris who have not sent In thelv contributions or offorimts towards lite Victory .oaii of Wesley church, will tiny kitnllydo git on Saturday by five o'i-lock without fall. C. K. Ciasi;. pas-tor.  i Death of Beisie McLean. ' The death occurred yesterday at the emergency hospital of .Miss Bessie Mel.o.ii) of l.etlihridtte, iiRed ^'7 vears. Her death was due lo infliien-/.a. (ollowed by piieuiuouin. which re-nulled fatally after only ' ix days' ill-iie.-.s.^ She leave-! to mourn her loss, her mother. Mrs. Archie Mol.-iui, two sisters, Mrs. John Nevitis of ltunk-heail, and Mrs. Ileeoti. of liipiuonl of the j;ravo side.  'i'.pp'.-s lo uirive in tho city for ------ ;iiuie arrived here yesterday coiihiitiu,' l.ll.l. The tn:.-! a! of Mrs. Dill will >'-"r.'-y �t the fainom 'Delirious" vai-take p:.u-e on .s*..v. n;t!i at 'i p.m., Rev. rUt'^ ""'"i"'"'- unyihinv. C. Iv. Cr.-i;^- oini latiiiB. ,froln 1 lo - i,olll"iH .. , .... ", , ,,, j A Child's Death. '"V i*N"I"^"1"' ;MUa ,1CI"! Taere uled in ti.- . i,y �... N..v. 14, JiV. ...:,k,;..V!aI�.^m.-rr^ lVrclvttl tleorso Nohl.s. ,,Kod I year and seven days, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. K. !�'. Ni)bb�, 171.1 i'.th Ave. A North. MarUay and Hell aro in i Washlngtonf Nov. 15.-In con-| nection w'th Secretary Lansing's j deilgn.ition us a member of the American delegation to the peace conference, it was understood In official circlet today that Frank I L. Polk, of New York, now coun-j sellop of the state department, ' would became secretary of state. j What Does It Mean? I Loudon, Nov. lfi.-An American mls-I shin commanded by Major-Oenoi | Idiocies will leave on Saturday for ! Spa. Marshal i'och announces in a I wireless message to the Gorman hlfih command. The ntossaRO reads: 1 "Krom tho allied command to the i Herman hlKh commnnd at Spa: "American mission, consisting �f | fix officers nml !> soldiers In nine : motor ears, with C!on. Rhodes an chief '; of the mission, will leave for Spa on .(he morning of tho 18th by way t j l.a Cnpollo. Beaumont, Liege and Spa. i Please Klve ItiKtrucUoBH to allow, mlo i sion to pastf." | In the Dark j WaHhhiRton, Nov. 13.-News that an 'American military mission. heaqVd hy .>fajcir-(ieii. Hliodei, coinmunder uf the l^nd ltalnbow division, will vUlt tin: O-rmaii headauarters at Bpa, HoIkIuiu, next- Saturday, aroused aiuch apocula-llon here. So far as can ba learned no Information can bo gatasred ot tho obiect of iho mission. --- attenioot! at public! cemetery, ofiieia! imj. Interment Itev. \K, V in the Burns BEGIN EVACUATION London, Nov. 15.-The German army has begun a general evacuation of Poland, according to ,-.n Exchange Telegraph dispatch .from Copenhagen, quoting reports from Berlin. German troops In Warsaw have been disarmed and arrested as have all German civilians in the Polish capital. PRINCIPAL DEAD Word comes from So^th Edmonton today that C. A. Curtis, B.A., formerly principal of (ho Raymond public: hcIiooI, nlid latterly science mauler of the Stratheonu Colleglats luBtltutB died there this morvinK, a victim of Influenza. Tho late Mr. Curtis cams from Wallacetown, Ont., and was a KratliiBio of McMaster University. Mrs. .1. If. Rivera, who Is a great friend of the family has been in Stratlicona (or tho past few days aldln* to nurse the Into Mr. Curtis. STKA11S- Tin- funeral of Thomas Warren Siears will take place Sunday afternoon at two u'ciock fruw Kettor-ly's parlors. Jntermont in (be ptiblio cemetery. charge of tho luneral which will be bold tomorrow afternoon at . o'clock froni the rciiildeiiee. Interment will be inudo jn the public cemetery. CP.R. Switchman Dead. The death look place'ill tho city yesterday from influenza, of Thomas Warren Stoars, itKeii ;ti years. Deeeasod fined $10 and costs Addison Heavily Fined, A lino of $20li and costs was imposed on Ueon',e Addison, in tho A.I'.P. court this mornini; by M'anlsirato Irwin. The purcbusur in the case was Addison was ar- was unmarried, lie was a switchman rested homo thno uko on the chai"K� for the CP It and had been working of sidling whiskey over the counter in the local yards for several inonthf. of his cafe on 7dh .street. His counsel The company officials know nothing; claimed that tho employee who sold about his family Init am instituting the whiskey was actliiK independently enquiries in order to learn what dls- anil waxed indignant at the magistrate position shall be made of the remains, who adjudged the case otherwise. UNDERTAKING A COMPLETE FUNERAL FOR �+> � * This includes a black cloth covered casket, neatly trimmed, outside case and embalming, hears" and lead car. Slnsle kthvu and dlsfe'infc' tagother with our usual prompt unsVcourteous services. MOTOR EQUIPMENT NEVER CLOSED MacKAY & BELL PMONI 1M2 -� 03 THIRD AVE. S, LETHDRIDGE X We have been able to get a few Buntinf Flat I, in sizes from 4V2 ieet to 9 feet lonff. rlotne (fiilon Jacks, Dominion Etislg-ns, Irish and American Plats. YOU WILL WANT SOME OF THESE BOON, SO OET THEM EARLY. ROBERTSON S BOOK STORE PHONE 1295 LETHBRIDQE HOTEL EUILOINO Your Country Needs the "Dough Buy Victory Bonds Space Donated to the Victory Loan1918 Campaign by John Gilmore Limited Bakers - .jp�im TYPEWRITER CARBON CARTER'S ADANAC lack. I2.S0 per box? Purple or Blus, $3.00 psr box. We Also Carry Holograph. Pssrlsss and the Red tax. Maple Laaf, Peerless snd Carter's Typewriter Rlbbsns. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE-WE CARRY TH1 �T0CK EVERALL & FRANKS Tlnnot Block Cor. 4th Ave. arts) Bin Qt ;