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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta You Get Yours Tonioht TURKEY, CHICKEN, DUCK, FOWL, LAMB, FRESH MEATS"^ I - Direct from the farm^to your table. DELANY*S ylat Co. Opp. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Boai-d Lieenie Numbei- S-^Bc; PUTTING IN^OI^R WIN^Eft'S SUPPLY OF ^PPLE!;^ND VEdETi^BLES IS ONE OF THEul�ESXftlNVe8TMENT:8j*0U C/�N MAKE.BESlDES'^HE'pRlbES ^EING HIGHER ' IJLATER ON, IT IS iJkLWAYS HARD-TO/QET THEM IN WITHOUT. FREEZING, QNCE THE WEATH- . ER GETS REAL COLD. VyE HAVE A bio'SUPPLY OF EVERYTHING AND SHOULD LIKE TO QUOTE YOU PRICJS'ANb SHOW'YOU'THE QUALITY OF\O0r' GOODS. ^ , ' "THE COWPUNCHER" / - By ROBERT J. Ci STEAD Author of "The Homesteaders," "Songs of the Prairie," "The Bail - Jumper," etc., etc. David Elden, the boy "cow pancher" who becomes a mllUonairo real estate;,operator in the boom daysof the West and goes "broke" with the collapse the boom is the central'figure In a tale of humor, love, philosopjiy, faithful western color and intense draini-ititS interest such as is offered to the public only at rare intervals. A Canadian novel through and through; ivritten by the weU;laiown Calgary author, printed in Canada and illustrated by the Canadian artist Arthur Heming. A prominent book critic writes: "There is not a wasted paragraph in the "Cowpunoher." It is a Canadian David Harum." Pnce $1.50 t r THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 14�7 We Still Have Sdme, Mcintosh Red Apples No. Is, per case .. i.. ^ ...; $Z;60 No. 2v:per case . $2.45 The Good Co., Ltd. MAIN STORE 329 5TH- STREET SOUTH ' PHONE No. 525 NORTH bRANCH 240 13TH STREET NORT^IF PHONE No. 458 ^TWO STORES ^ . HIGH CLASS GROCERS -Xanada Pbod Board �.lcense No; 8-599 MARKETS A, Winnipeg f^arkets. Open Close 111% 117% 379 360 364% IRLINPM ARE POLITE NOW . Copenhagen, Nov. 18.-Berlin police authorities have adopted a resolution . Heclaring that it Is their intention ^to 2 C.\V...g5% No. 3 C.W...83% Extra 1 Feed..................84% No. 1 Feed, 81% ?fo. 2 Feed, 78% Barley- J', No. 3 C.W.. 110% No. 4 C.W., 105% Rejected.......................93% Feed ...........................91% Flax-No. 1 N.W.C................:.879 No. 2 C.W., 376 No. 3 C.W., 337 SHERIFF THOM DEAD , Edmonton, Near. IS-^^Jaraes M. Thorn sheriff of Edmonton.-judicial district, died today of pneumonia., He had held the office for the past three years. He was 43 years of age and, leaves a widow and twp children;' He was for 'seeral years private secretary to Hon. C. W. Cross. � \ DEMOBLIZATION STARTS Toronto, Nov. 18.-7-DemobiUzation of troops itf Toronto Started "tpiday at the Exhibition Camp and .from now ion troops ot lower medical categories ; will be returned to civilian life-as fast .IS medical boards can examine the men. \' � ^ Personal Christmas Private Greeting Cards as a Christmas Remembrance are becoming, inore popular each year. An" exclusive card, personally selected,.-with your name, and address, cbinplete and attractive -that^is the idea. See our' samples now. It is none too oarly to order. RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTK Sherlock''Bldg. Phones 1232' CITY AND DISTRICT '. Casualties. Corp. T. Drinkwater of Macleod Is reportefl wounded In today's casualty lists. W. Benson of Nelson, B.C., was killed in action. Death of Diamond City. Man. ^The death took place at Diamond City on November 17, of Victorio Pi---soni a'feed 36 years. The remains afe at Fettorly'a undertaking parlors. "bled at Raymond. At Hnymond, on Nov. 16th, the death took place of Albert Hoss, about 30 years of age. The remains will be forwarded from Fetterly's parlors to Detroit where burial will take place. --V Shipping Live Stock. Bow Island Review:- Messrs. T. H. iWaiker^nd J. D. Mai'dilLot Foremast ha->4 shipped from the south cbuntry during the last few months 500 head of cattle and 4000 sheep. :irls, ChaJns, Jacb and a very complete line of i Automobile Accessoried- fill at money 'saving prices ,-.CDpiRers'llarilware&SDpp!][Co. Id mi liiii'iiiiiii ll/IJIIIII|I|lll|Mllllllll i>mm�i.n YOO'LL LOOK LIKE� "A GOOD HEAD" I After: Leaving This Shop ^Wesibrook Bros Oppotite Bank of Montreal ; S; W E^WILL 'PAY YO U TOP , - PRICES FOR YOUR FURS Hides, Pelts, Etc. CETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT & - FUR CO., LTD. Rear CP.R. Telegraph Offices Cor. 4th Ave. and 5th Street S. Phones: \Office 739; Res. 326 Reference: Standard Bank Monday ; Is a-good day to be sure you ,get th� cut of meat;you want- �_cut better than yoif expected. Think we can do it. H. tpULTRY Phone 492 ;The"Alberta Meat Market ,, 'ffcanada Food Board iilcense / v: 8-28693. jiist a Book and a Card of'Cheer -Some soldier or sailor's Ohrlstmas would be made cheerier by the gift bf a book with "A Merry Christmas" card in It. A la^ge stock of books' and Christmas Card* on hand. ROBERTSON'S BOOK; STORE Phone 1265 Lethbridge Hotel BIk CHURCHES .WISE i \ London, Ont, Nov. 18.-At a meeting of the co-operating committees of the London Methodist conference and) the London Presbytery held here ar-rangemehts were made^ for aa^ exchange of properties in the near future. It is proposed'fiiat-w,ere two churches miinistering to the same people as in the case of a strong Meth-odjst church and weak Presbyterian or vice versa, they will be- united. PEOPLE OF PARIS DELIRIOUS Paris, Nov. 18.~The population of , Paris after an imposing : celebration ' ot the liberation of Alsace and Lor-jfaine, turned out again last night and �j crowded; the streets, particularly "the 'important boulevards^'which were lighted in full glory. Until long after ; midnight voices in laught^ and song �filled the air. The people were de 11-jriousand happy.  f MDEKS HAYS GUAM CO. � LETHBRIDGE' - for all Kinds of Feed NEW RECORD Loudon, Nov. IS.-The Haudley-' .Page alrplacfe set up-afrecord in Its i flight' Saturday when-ft took up no fewer than 40 passengers -'for- a trip over London. The previojis record �was 20. In carload lots and less, at right prices. We now have some extra good, , ALFALFA to offer. Vrompt-shipment. ' Three kinds of CHOPPED FEED . For hogs, dairy cows and otjier , stock. Wo also buy and sell POTATOES Any quantity. Canada Food Board Licenses: Nob-12181; 9-8406 and 3-921. ANNOUNCEMENT. Rev. Oliver L. Curtis, of the Chris- ^ tian .church has chosen the. following,f subject for the first Sunday when the'| "ban" is lifted, .Morning, "I was glad � when they said 'Let us go. unto the hbuse of .Jehovah'." Evening, (thanksgiving service) "In Everything Give Thanks." - UNDERTAKING- $70 1?0ISERAL FOR . f^}:i^b^^fi^^jil^^^ cas^tit, oeatly trimmed, outside jcas&L- those w^o bought pr6|)erty at the June tax sale to: pay,theil818 taxes at once. Dr. Galhralth says 'that at'ttie time of the sale biyera'were assured that the current year's: &xgV: woiild ' ioit.,b asked for niitil-the 'redemption period on tax ai.le:property'-, had expired, ^vhich will .lie,, nfext July. The matter was turnedyoye.rto.the city assessor for a report; . ' ' " and .'five. children. 'The remains are at Fetterly's undtertaking parlors. ' Personal Mention. J. .W. McGraw of New Dajrton is in the city,;  ' Peter Virigin of Virigin, Sask;, is In the city oh his .way to the Doukhobor colonies up the'Pass. "J.'M. Glendennlng of Nanton is in tho city today. Ignoring By-LaV/. Local plumbers have been Ignoring the building bylaw and also the rules of the Western Canada Fire UndeF-wrltera, according' to Commissioner Freeman, who this morning asked for an: amendment td the pUiinbing, bylaw making it unlawful for^ plumbers to 'place pipes closer than two inches to any electric -wjring. , Is Transferred, District Master Mechanic Smith of i the Lethbridge division of the CP.R. who came tb Lethbridge from Medicine Hat when E. J. Lemlux was promoted to Calgary, has been transferred to Cranbrook to be district master mecjianlc of that division. Mr. Wort-man of Cranbrook comes to Leth-' .bridge'to'j take Mt, Smith's position. He was formerly of Calgary. . Good Ice Supply.  Lethbridge is' going to have best Ice supply In its history summer. gives notice that it is prepared fo receive applications from aspirants for the post during the month of November. ' . . ,' / : , FUNERALS.: COLLmfe-The funeral of the late Caroline Collins will' tak^ place on Wednesday afternoon'at 2 o'clock from Fetterly's parlors. Interment Wlll-^e made In the, public oerijelery. 287-1 MORALBB-=-Thfe, funeral of the late the 'Laura Frances ^Moraleetvfllltakejilace . . next tomorrow, Nov.:-19, at two o'clock from in~Saturday the water was Fetterly's parlors. Rev, B./JrHodglns officiating. Interment-will be .made in the publld cem^ery.: ; ' "287^1 turned info the Western Transfer Co. artificialjlake in the northwest corner of Henderson/^Park.; It will take about ten day^j" to run In the 5,000,000 gallons, necessary- to fill It. The company Intends to harvest the Ice twice, and is 8.nlarging-lts ice houses to 60OO j'tons to. overcortie the possibility of an ice famine such,as the city exper CARD bF THf NK8. i Mrs. B. J. Prior wlflh(B� to thank the many friends and nei^Sbors. for the, kindness and sympathy �xtencled'duri Ing :her' recent sad biercaveuient, also ___________.______ -------, for the beautiful floral .tribute?, from lenced thiq year;',apray; Mrs., B. iW. Beasley, spray; Mr.'^Tnraorf.spray;: Master Oeorge Unswbrth, spray. 287-1 T which is,denied by Healey,and a mix up in thedates served further to con fuse the case which was dismissed. H, Ostlund appeared for Healey. ^ deceased was hpld throughout the city. ' butes testlfiM.to'ith'e esteem In which beth,'J,Relrf/and Dr.-Taylor, all,mem-. hers of the":o||der.';Man7 floral trl-j . :Sep|plia">Cbarge. Ernest Wood) local-iiecond hand dea May Lift Mask Order. Though thrf order requiring the , y*"-"-wearing of 'flu masks has not been | ler^ appeared b"efo)-e-Magistrate. Irwin WANTED Capable, energetic'women'/ to assist district .'agents'f in finding leads. WbllPstabflB^-ed l{ne. Highest class.-^Dlgni-: fied work. Who^e' or: .Jart / of time. Glad to>arran^~e.^er-: serial iQtervle^ ; witb-ianyond interested. . - y . APPLY.JLOX 56, HERAtD lifted there Is a tendency on the part i thl^ morning chijrged with having foi^ of the people of Lethbridge to leave i said, coplfes Sf bftftk^'which have been their masks oft gr -vvear them around ;\banned. by -a,rSoentorder-ln-councIl. , their chins. Abbut every other per-; son one meets on the streets has the j mask hanging to one ear, or under the .chin, or Isn't even showing it. The Herald understands that the mask order will be lifted on Thursday, though there is nothing definite to that eflfect. announcemen't Drop In today-fqrfthe latest Victor records or some ofthe old^avorltes, AVe have them.' Willis Piano Co./3rd Ave. : ��: 287-1 . Death of'Mra^/Moralee. The. dbath occurred-in the^ city on''pmployee 'atfd; Saturday'night of Laura Frances Mq- trouble. Oaks ,^ ,...... ralee, aged 46 years, beloved wife of having boo)(Bfn']),ifl^>inlawfulposs^s-J.-B. H. Moralea, C.P.K. special con-, sib.n and'rthe; declpKih of the laagls- He adrailted the charge but stated in explanatiim that ho had purchased the books at;public .auction; he said that ho knewat the.llhifeithat there was, a list of bannqd-booksvaiid l^p took the .matter up ;wltlfiftheriif' Oaks, a CP.R., jMie 4)recipltatedT the ; trouble. Oaks;ivi^litlsd charged wlUi stable: herq.,,: Death was due to Innut.itrate .will.'jl^e. glyje'n in; the morning. "------- - - - iTh^relB af the offpi^pe.,^' enza; The family had-Jived In Leth-j'Th^re" Is a ,flne'rqi,^f5000 attached t bridge for,some months,: coming from the nffflnnn i'-''' Calgary. 'They resided at 1614 -Oth Ave,- N. Besid^es the husbandv two sons aged IT-ani 10 are Ipft to mourn ' the bread bake^Mmmf:fJ^^ others know good breadyourdread has tfie^ood points of hdfmmM^mW John Qilrriore, Limited, Bakers. ..CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER &-879 Col. Wm, TfI.,^RbuFke, one of Winnipeg's realoldftijne Mtizens, died at Brule Mlnesi>AabPttsl5,ii'victim of Spanish influenza. Wanted for Mine Office In the Lethbridge Disbrict APPLY TRUSTS AND? OUARANTEE CO., LTD. CITY ' TYPlWRITflR [email protected] ^ft\ao\(, $2.�) per box; Purplp or Blue, $3,00 per box. ' ' .AVe AI�Q;: CyERVT^INQ fOR THE OFFICE-WE .CARRY THE'sTOCK^ eve4^All & FRAfkS^ Sinnot Week - ^ ^ ' �^�..-tY' j'-j^'.r Cor. 4th Avi/iQd 5t)f;st', 63 C/+.:C ;