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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta A8SIMB01A MOSI'C CO.. LTD. "EverVthJnB Ma�lc�l�j '8lh Street, Siiuth Phone 1545 1athat^^wa8,. :Ra^terday:s influenza ^^^Mlie%Mi�^naicatioii^yef tharthe re-" -Viwl 61 � ties malady which followed MijiidayrBiielebratfdn is not serious. : rriWe areon-th's dawn-grade," said Xtc DeVeber,.' at:H;0., to the^ Herald . 'thiife morning. ,' /-"the Board bf/Kealthf.held a special : Sietlng 1^ Uiay '.t ^aiS-S"''^' eren. dlaon'ss; the lilting of the *aJi|�;!aov:ev*r,they;iat�-'being pressed bycthe theatre, managers and a\iction-eers of the city to allow public gath-V eWjags as soon as -possible. According iij'^the BJlnouincemen^^ of 'Hqn; G. MacKar; minister of health, ye.ster- have the right after next Tuesday to ["take such action towards lifting the ban as may. be deemed best, and it is considered that if the present good ?eoonl keeps up tlie board w^lll shortly meet to discuss the whole matter. CARD OF THANKS. ilr. H.Bttrroughs- and Mr. and Jlrs. ^y^ight and � family w'i.six^ to ,express their heartfelt gratitude for thu many acts � of" kindness' and' ^ipres'sions of sympathy shown them In their-repent sad. bereavement, also lor the beautiful floral tributes sent.' They also wtsis to eit|nd their special thanks to the OrU^roJ RaUway Xlonductors of whith Mti Burroughs is member, also to-th* B^^'dt R.T; for floral tributes sent bysthem. . 286-1 : V'iANrjIjUyNCEMENT. � A TecOTd/f(>rvtiiekiddies'^ Anictor ifiSCJi^;'' �aiotii#:1^^^ Songs" . and �The iloo CoV Moo." Willis Piano Co.. the Store for Ser^-ice. - 2S6-1 IN MEMORIAM. the local board; of hMltii will loving momorr of my dear bus- � l^-" fniinrr Ti^bii T ...... who was killed' m action in Prancf>. Nov. IC.^ ISlPjri-JkTrs. ''Constance Ijaraon and I ctdldrOhv ' 286-1 0�EESEAS This will be the last Christinas parcel you will be sending to your boy overseas. \. Make It A Record One WE HAVE A FINE ASSORTMENT OF SUITABLE ?IFTS FOR THp SOLDIERS  Soldier Chocolate Bars ......... ......5'c, Creara^Toffee.^ lb. slahs ....... .^^ . . 30c Boxed Chocolates .\ ... ...... 50c, 65c, $1.25 Chewing Gum, etc. Safety Razors ........... .. 35c to $10.00' Germicidal Soap ... ----25c Carbolic Soj^v................ . .r. .. 25c Overseas Boxes .. ., .15c ^both Paste and AIT Toikt G^ds. ' Xnms Seals, Tags, Xmas Post Cards, etc. Red Crass^Pnijr & Boirol LtT (SUCCESSORS TO JACKSON i'XO.). ^- TELEPHONES 555'AND 1232 � SHERLOClf 1BU|LDINQ CITY AND DISTRICT Inoculated for Influenza. Inoculation of all C.P.R.'employees agahist influenza has been ordered and the work will start immediately. Painting Stand Pipe. ' The Ninth Street stand pipe Is undergoing its annual coat of paint. W. A. Emory is in charge of the job. , Great War Veterans Association. The executive committee will meet in the secretary's office at eight p.m. Monday, Nov. 18th. Ps, Mns, ifaiiki - t:;4mf a very complete line of y^^^ : ^ !Saillat money smiinfiir : ' Mm'm Soon Be Here. Pte. A. W. Chandler and Pte. R. Busweli, two Lethbridge soldiers, were expected to have, reached the city this morning Uui remained over for a time in Calgary. Office Clored. Owing to tlia death of W. F. Mur-I cheson at Calgary, the office of Mur-Chesoni Bros, and Gadden in Lcth-bridge is closed today. . Case Remanded. The cases^ the local produce dealers who -were summonsed on a charge, of aot Jiavlng a license, were rem'anded again this morning pending advices from the attol-ney general. ' Held Up Traffic. Street car traffic on the Red and Blue.lines was tied up .for about half ah. hour this morning when one of the .... � � cv.eryuoo CRYSTAL DAIRY,. Ltd. When Tir^iid a jglass of our'rIch,.pjiwmHki �^is a woiidefful tfijitoreWot-eh-ergy''at!4i Vigo?; Jtt lB->I|iture'8v � ; own tonlc. atid farfexcels any, man miiile 'decoetion.'! Super-; Iqr. as If J'�>.vltJl�'.far the': cheapest. "Aid'liVhat .la' more you'll'erfjoy taklB'^v.Tl^jOnr. milk ir rich In body and fine in flavon. It is splendid foi^j invalids and babies adav tot: evei-ybody dse m welU a. 1*76 ^ Mather McCaffery III. Rev. Father arcGaffery is All toda:y with inflven�a..-, Owing to the" prevalence,of the disease :at No. 3 and No. G Father MoGaffery-has been workihg very hard.^f?latei. add exposing himself to infection'ufitil, now he himself is irning when one of the "'f'^^T^Hn^inow r overhpad yifes ,lh front of the C.p.R. * depot snapped, from its supports. CoalhUrsti'Boy Killed ' Mr. and. Mrs. Robert Adam of Coal-hurst,, received'^n;?ihe, 13th day ot STORAGE .........TO RENT Excellent Rooms for Potatoes ; . and Produce. F. 0. HYDE k CO. PHONE 1244' LETHBRIDGE yOUU.L LOOK LIKE '^AGOOD HEAD" After' Leaving This Shop Weslbrook Eros OpposK� Bank or Mehtreal NEWS MARKETS WEIWlCL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR WURS fvHidM, Pelts, Etc. LETHBRnJGE HIDE, PELT 4., FUR CO., LTD. "Rear CJ.R. ;Teleerapb Olllces Cor. 4th Ave. and 5th Street B. Phones: Office 799; Kea^ 326 Refereace: Standard Bank 'f;rhe' CbWrpuhchei;," by Stead; rr^e Rofigh Road," by Locke; 'A Daughter ef the Land," by-Lockef "That Which Hath !WInfl/4c higher for IMay. . Barley closed %c .-higher for December.and 34c higher for May. Flax closed 7c higher for November; 6c higher for Decefiiber and 3%c higher for May. Winnipeg .Markets Oats- Oaen Dec. ... ... ... 83% May ............, 84Vi Barley- ncc........ ...... lOgii May.......s. ... 113% Close 84 ' 85% Cure.for Influenza Flax- Nov. ... Dec. ... May ... 108% li3% ...--------- 1372 ......... 356% ... ... ... 358% -Cash PricesV Oats- . C. W.....:83J^ Extra 1 Feed 1 Feed ... Marley- 3 C. W. ....107% Kejeoted ... 90H Flax- 1 N. W. C....... 2'C. W. ...('..374 '79%'. 377% 359% 3(il 3 C. W .....81% ...............82 2 Feed ......76% 4 C: W. Feed ... .102% .88% ...........177 '3 C.W.......334% B. of R.T. Inquiring.. The Brotherhood of Railway Traifi-men wish it to be stated that they, and not tiie C.P.R. officials, are instituting' inquiries Iregardlng the lafo ThoB. W. Spears. fclNDERTAKING ^t^lf..^^^ "^"^ cgvfed casket, neatly trimmed, outside 'l^^^taS,'hearse and lead par. Single grave and diggng r��^..^ NEVER CLOSED . BQ^ThilRP AVE..S., LETHBRIDGE First Baptist Church. iAny roembors and subscribers to the ^�^urob .yvho wish .to' ma-ke their'regular contribution may do �B-on Sunday, !***'ejl7th InsL, between 12 and 1 p.m., as during this time one of the deacons'wlU^ be there to-receive any gifts or thank' offering that anyone may -wish to give^at this time. Alsffaf this hour tlie Sunday stShool scholars may receive their weekly papers, ami bring tlieir offerings for the Sunday school, as' the Sunday school treasurer will be ready to meet all who come. Sir,-^Following is- a remefiy for the Influenaa. which should prove of interest just at, this time. I Ingredieatsr Pure phenol, Calvert's No. 1 (prepared for internal use), 24 drops in an 8 pz.botr ...Ue of water, weir^ixed. : ams, etc.-sbow^i' themselrea; then one dose-^ill prevent it'in less than half ahihour. This recipe came originally from, .a plnrsiclan in the West Indies,; �vvno used it as , a.remedy in malarial and pthfir'-dEevers.- It came into ray pofl'aesslon from; the Rev. A. G. Edwards, vicar of St. Stephen's.-^orbu'ry, W. Croy-i don, England. To ray- knowledge ' it has been used scores of cases of Jisfluenza, without a single failure.-Mrs. S. H. Brake, Victoria. B. C. ; . The Phenol refwed to iU'the,; foregoing is pr�pared by The Century old House of Calvert in England. Their .preparations, ; which are of the/highest, order. ' have Practically ^'.disappeared from the Canadian riiarket. We wish to call attention to both physicians and laymen that we are the fortunate-ppssesaors of a stock of Galvert's No. 1-Phenol v/hich is 'the exclusive internal preparation' ited church ara asked to call at the N.'^r,^'^''^;,^'^ /-^^ "^�f'^ church Sunday morning at 11' or in! the afternoon about two to get the. rr%l'^ ' d^e^rmourner TlTe" ' ______ follo^^^b,ute.fl*om a fellotv soldlep m�^S!^rLl:!rTA City '-^W^^^Upe-October 6. '18 Ipol'e^ourt this^'SlLg c^^^^^^^^^^^ , ,f�d.Mrs. Adtfm.-Dear Friends. Iwith the theft,of a fur coat, the p^o^l^fS^fally .regret^^O;^^^^ ot the perty of A. Spooneymore, from the a�fth �t/o^ ttfmh r.^ .Coaldale Hotel. He denied the charge, fl^^^s Wiled Jnact^^^^^ -stating that he had bought the coat Septembpr,f 1918. Please accept my �of a man on 3rd Ave. lor $10, hut later deepest sympathr-^^^^ the Iqs^of your .thought there was someihing wrong. ."^fr'^^T'i; ?h%r'�VrJ?f wpr� iand sold it at a second hand store for i Alex" an I Jjoth^h^ and myself jere ?o. Owing to the fact that the owner J very gteat riends; ^bemg chuma ever of the doat is down with the 'flu, Lar-i since he � Poor_, A ex sen was remanded until next Thur.-1 canje to^y house at Medicine day, hail being set:;at f'lOO. Larsen 1 Hat where->ve,ottafl passed m.any,.hap-was located and arrested by Detective J I'y/n'^'f^.^pyableg.ew^^ together \y.|j,. with my^Svife.and Other friends, lam ' sure that-my wife will be very muQh.; upset wlien'Shs-i-heays tlie sad newrfi' as Alex *a,s lljc^d by everyone who met;' him. .He' wa^-. a^^ery jionest,,' tip^: with great couragw :tfnav(ilea;.llkp a ti'ue soldier. ^ Thete HiT Ao;-prBl|(l too high for him. ^> He was w^ell :'lpved, by his officer and all thoidea^bAhis :iitiit. I am sorry that I'eannot'^ite more but It-is getting late, Bp ;l-wm bring this letter to a Close.','.piea�� tacttept the hsartfelt sympathy ot, all the .Iwys in your sad bereavement. I remain^ youi: slnefere friend, Fte.^Pt, F^jPerrett, No. 65^457,' Hdqtb. .^Cby.; P|jP.CiL.I., B.EiF.,.'France!'. . ^' ' J.D. i Limited "Alberta's , Pioneer 'orugglBta" Wholeeale and '.Retail Chemists Phoneo ISIS'-and 322 Wallls. Believe He Is the Man. The local police have made the discovery that Cliarles M. Beach, or, I Veach,. which is his correct name, is;,He -vya^. aAvery Jionest,. upr, 'the gentleman who they believe has "Sl't and elqan living young man-nncT � been 'wa^^ed' here for somfe time on' "o*- ^ better .fH^endfould anyone have a charge of iTttering worthless che- Alex,',,]t:?h.ard.]ykno.w.,,how ques. Some weeks ago it" is alleged to write to you but/'being his cMim, 1 Veach and a companion -w'ent into feel it .my 4uty::t9;d(i.,so,'although 1 am Fred Thaell'B Fifth- Street branch ^ery much,, up^et/iab.put his .death. Store, and ordered''goads amounti/g Thank Qod; that Jife did not suffer; He td 1125. He made the discovery that '^^as killedjaimostiiiatantly by cohcus-he had left-his roir somewhere and smn from a shell.% JSe, played his part succeeding in.cashing a cheque 'for| , � . . '"' ' -'-'r== $25, promising to come and get the purchases in the morning. He then went to the Williamson garage and gave a bad cheque for ,$9.50, it is also alleged. A charge has been preferred against Veach which will come up for election at an e^rly date. . "ANNOUfiCEMENT. � ' . Funeral. ^,!' THOMAS-Hl'hP funeral ot.^he.late 5J. E. -Thomas, whpsei  bodjrvla ;be^^ forwarded Ironi rs&aiiriai^orii'^".; Saak., will take place iJom/jyttl6tly.5B-pary lors tomorrow at 4>30!*lAterment will' be made in the public cemetery. 286-1 Accountant Wanted for Mine Office In the Lethbridge Disbrict APPLY TpUSTS AND GUARANTEE . V - CO., LTD. :v^iif Ei>: ' capable, 'enerfetic women-to ,asBistv41itWct agents in finding leadB.VWell establish'^-.; ' ed line. Highest class. Dlgnir tied :wo*k.v:::WhoJe ; or part of time; (Jlad to arrange personal interview,:with anyone intere.a1.te5i,,. ,:. v.'. APPLY BOXvBB, HERALD ., , ,282-0-:. .....:^v'f^|-....... ' for Iiitei'^or or exterlor.'lfoViiliijr purpose wbajtevlSr, Wd'can*BUpply the particuEi::.iplilntiB' ti ;tKe' putTiofie.' �����f-^ � ^^v'ii^': "";,'�',',r'  >LL'PAINTS;�'.,�>:.,te-^i'i^\.V :A�E NOT ALL PAfNT- by ,a good deal.'' 'Somf-: contain oheapenlng adultj^aiionB jwhioh, make the -paint .wprthltoB. Ours are guaranteed'lpure^'ft i� to i use them. ', v.'' yh'-'-: �� y'-We Kivepure pajnt^ft'wniH.OO gallon, for two ^w�4kt' o(i(y John GilmoreVmited, Bakers OPEff EVERY NIGHT TILL NINE 6'CtdCK Phone 446 ,/ .^ , ,-Open SMnfuy-frpiJ, a';*, fifnrf r,^ THE PEOPLE'S DRUG ' " Bl�ck,"$8)0 pTrbox; Pur'ple or Blue; fioQ ^t'^^^Z ?lnnpt"JBIock Ms *>iw^iMi(iSf;'i: ,Cer 47294411 ?399999? 4 ;