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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Mitsloal"," ^^^^^^^^ Hi llETilHtllttTS itect froirt tKe ^OU GIVE US THE ORDER." WE"Vi'^VE COMPl'EtE LINES AGAIN THIS WElgK. ' "THE HOM^ OF-^UALiyV WHEATS",  ^ ^^^^^^^^^^ 1| a IDELANVS Meitt Co. ;f7ppp. Dallas Hotei , PHorie 452 -i" ' C�Md� Food Board License r(uinberv�|ra�6r Darid Bideni the boj- "cow puncher"^ who becomes a mlUionairD :i�al estate operator in the boom days o2 the West and goes "broke" 'MTith/the collapse of-this boom .is ther central flsurein a tale of humor, I love, philosophy; falthftil Avestern color and intense dramatic interest jVue^ch as is offej�d to the public only at fare tnteryals. A Cajiadian iiBorel through JMid through: AtTitten by the weU known Calgary author,, ijorlnted in Canada and illnslrated by Che .Canadian artist Arthur eHemtoff, A pronilnent book critic wrJtesH .''There is .not a wasted fSBragraph In the "Cowpunohcr." Jt is a Ganadian Daviji Harum." Price $1:50 fHE K�NNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd! ^ tiALI^'HOTCl. PHONt Mt7 er G^fl real COLO. We JHAVE A MO WP^LV ''S?^EVEWH)NC|Ai^p ^ SHOULD LIKE' TO QUOTE YOU PRiCE'S AND SHOW YOU\TrtE.'QU/StftfV OF OUI|l>.ai90D8. - ; W^StiU Have Some Hf^toshRdl^^pi^ No. 1�, per CMC . .........$2,60 'f No. 2i, piw c�|e............... $2.45 The Good Goi^j Ltd. MAIN STORE 329 6TH STREET SOUTH PHONE NO. 623 TWO St0RES ,^ NORTH BRANCH 240 13TH.:STREET NORTH - PHONE N0.4S8 HIGH CLASS GROCERS -Canada Food Bard Lkconse^No.'*8499 lY PROVINCE :' GASWlETHBlGE Winnipeg, Not. 19;-^Thfire was v.ery little demand for grain.= today. , Data t closed l^c higher for'December andt IVfec higher.forJStlay. I Barley ^ose^3Hc.higher for.De-' cember and 5c fcigher for- May.: Flax closed %c higher for November-; 4%c higher for December and 3% c higher for May." .- � Winnipeg Markets.. Oats- Open December. ..._____.;...... S6% May................4.,88% Uarley- . " , December.........^.. .111 May ...................117?; November........^____3S1 i OUitwa, Nov. 19.-Every -province \'^-'tte Dominion-went over its objec-' *- the Victory l.o�p' campaign, alp are: ']  io,'Ji329,679,0(�>. �Coltnhbia,' i$35,396,6'67. I,-$18,189,600. ' -';:*v;?n;j::r-atchewaij i |23i889,000.;', > tobai �43,639,900.'" . �^^tv^fyS ttt^eal^ (citjr anfl--;i8lana) � > e if' ' " /V ec? (outside, MonlreiU), "132,000,- ''NOTt'Brunswick., �i6.500.00D. -'NoraScoUa, �30,600,0il0. - rPriJice Edward Island, $2,700,000. - ''^'t-' -:-^ �.�^ ^ y^mge^Hon, al,way�^a. swine. Life. V BEST UPLAJjD HAY h\ OjJ " PRICES RIGHT ' FREE .FREIGHT,form on ap- 7; .plication. ^ ; \n J'After LeavlitB, Thla^Shop . ji;l>pay .'Vpu TOP ncf�Jf��e.VtouR .�UCTHI^RIOGE H'DE, PELT *^ fftSt . FUR tCO.,"LTD. .,',WilUM!>.P.R.>'^eIegraph Offices IhC^. 4th-Are. and 6th Street 3. ICMAma: orriefe-799; Roa. 326 Bce:4 : Standar^liBank' isms ....... Can Please You ITe'TBrbeen pleasing otbeca for ~-~'ln'>J>thbridge. , Close S7%-89% -115 . 122% __ 379% : 'Dpcembor...............^S2Vi 366% i-Tha'-IoUowing.editorial hbte is clip- May____.'305% - 368% pea'ttwni thet palgary Herald of Nov. I Ca^h Prices. � . r. ]JS:. - ' " * ' * I Oats- ' . ;C'"'Ai^gjjSher^ Upped No. 2 C.W.."'.869i -No. 3 C.W.,.84% vfitlffiif&ffiirtTJtailfes ? of the city of Extra i Feed ..... J .^1: � --8^%" IieiB^dgt'VJt is In the .hand8-x)f; a jjo. i Feed, 82%: No; 2 Kije'd, 79% privat'e^CQDipany, bftt if there is gas Barleir- � * v ; thabKclosetbi the' ..southern city it No.' 3 C.W:, No. ,4 C.W., 109 . should.iohly.beaj.matter ot time be- RejectSd ....... ....i97 fore the'city (itself will; make an ef- pg^^ .., ,> ......85 fort ,W locaie a>well. Lothbridge is V . ^ ' fortunate," - _ No. 1 N.W.C. .......".....Tye^. aifo'to the effect that the Calgary, Not. : 19.--Aboni .300 head iMada;Wiiatiarn:;iNatural Gas Co. had jofcfittle came into tip yarak "Bti3lblraW)pdfigfts'in their newwell morning and tradinllyiraa' fairly bri?k f n(irflr.?Bf?^Sa*�fWell: '^^^ How is not a -^t prices coprespondhjg to yesterday's gusher, and "the drillers are going fur- sales. Top beef about $11.50 to 112.50, ther. doiini.- , ' i with butcher quality'from: $10.00; to -;-:- 1 11.60. Pat >ows to' $7.00,'^Thilo teed- fl have only two dollars,'/ said a ors and stockers mhdo'about, $8'ai^d taatt from the west to a waiter in 1 7.r,0 respeotively. . . garish, IjOngacretlobster place, in New There ware no hogs offered rtoday, Xorfc.-^nBriiat*would you recommend?" but dealers quote yesterday's .price, "Another restaurant," T?as the bored $16.85, fed anil- watted.'.yV' Personal Chrktmas tar4s I Private Greetittg' Cards as a Christmas Bemembrance are becoming more "popuiar each year.' An exclQsiTe-:card, personally'?^ selected, with' your name and : address, complete and attractive -that is the id�a. ; See our aaniplea now. It is) none,too early to'^.order. RED CROI^ DRUG �^600K;C�^rLTD� Sherlock Bldg. Phones 55S-1232 AND DISTRICT ;A frestf sHipment just arrived all at rocfebotlbmy pricesijtopkTlhem over^evcn if y'''^-f c^eaue for $70.00 from R. 6. HarVey ^^:^�2';;T�tl^'n.'Jf^^^  ion of the'lSth^O; Mi R. at P^ndier:;�>,�i# 4^   i^^^ Creek, belnjf'a't ftat time a resident of  /� � � . V;^,-. � Lethbrldge;�^Afti8)r ioing over to Bng- * ; M. P-OETSWi Cii: ? ^ ^e now have some extra, good, T - ALFALFA to offer.-Prompt shipment, , Three kinds of . ; CHOPPED FEED ^ For; hpgs, dairy- cows and other , ,  fltook. . We :al�o Buy and sell POTATOES Any quantity: Canada Foo'd: Board Licenses: Nob. 12i8i';* 9-8400 and 3-921. Winnipeg,- Nov. Ift.^l'^e board of grain supervisors for, CajaftaV today announced the cancellation/of a-prev-. ious order in so far as? it refers ^o the restricting of shipniauts . of-oats, barley, 'flax and rye-in-.the.provJnce - of Alberta. The-order resti-ictinK' ship^ meuts of wheat on the Ganadianvr'Noi*-'' thern railway from ^Ibbkld^to Hanjia, 'both points inclusive, is.also'.oancell- �fd. :.   j Another order by the board provides [that the price of whfeat &ff.9eod-^shall. i not b'a in excess of the HxeB-prJcte/'eXT - cepting registered^ s^ed ;Whpat;j'wheat grown from seed of recQ^ized.-merit. i in respect to purity ot.varfetyj subjeqt s to permit being granted, bjj.the govern-' ment seed purchasiug.commissionrand -.wheat bought' by one farmer from .another for seed purposes whioh;;:ha4. riot gqne through an elevator or which: has not been loaded on clira, e.lther,th'roug)i an elevator or over theplatforsSs.'' Toronto, Nov'. 19.-r^eut.'v; James Blitch, who has been 'three .times wlbunded in action, won the ciO.Mi /or gallantry in vJChe ranlun lind /yraa. "sub-' j sequently granted a commiaslon In the , J. D. Hipliotiiaiii & Co. Limited-' ' "AU>ertaV Plonier , Biruoslsta" : Wholesale and Retail Cheihlttc Phonea 1516 and,322> ..... . ...iX-,:v'.4:ir''s, �'.��;....,�*:�.'��'Aetlnb'.Premier. -Hon. .A. J. McLean, minister of public works and member for Taber,; is acting premier during t^e absence of Premier/Stewart In Ottalwa,' where he is attending a conference of pro-�vlnciil premfers to deal with the question of the natural resources of the western provlnc^. , ' : Fined $26 aud Costs . In the -city police Aourt this morning,: Ernest Woods who appeared yesterday charged with-having copies of I^anned vplumes for sale was fined $1 and costs. George Daks, 'who bought the books, knowing them to be banned was fined $25': aud costs. The mounted police prosecuted the easel ooTP*'iy' -OWartiar . Jack ,8^ntSixteen' -months in the trenches before being>Mounded. iaHay of. last year.- HI? rolalEives here^had , b'^en looking^forward- to his early re-, 'turn to Canadai and ^rT deeply grlev^ I ed over the'aei!irB of his death,^ Jack became popular iiul^.e Pass; football circles a few years, ago, being oijei' Of the stars Of this ^distrli^t; WANTEB Capable, energeticf^men iXa assist district agents -In: finding leads. Well ^aUbUah-edUne.' Highest! class.; DigiiK fled work. Whole" - or part of time. Qhid tTt arrange^ per-'sonal,Interview ^lt& snyone Ihtereatcd. 1 . APPLY BOX 85, HERALD ..^ � ' 282-6 , Calgary, NgV^l9.-:fJ,s"If. Woods, editor ot the'Hetpd and^^ the delegation ;;of.Canadian ^editors- who Nephew fOead I visited OreBts:prltain this yoai- as the , Chas. Kane received vjord last night' guests ofvthe'ministl'y'of informfttlon;-of the death fromv influenza at Boze- hhsreceived.the following cablegraiii, Mont.^of his nephew, Pte. Ells- from Lleut.-Geii. Sir ArtliAir' Currie, � wprth KanA a student in the V.-S. -commanding the-.Canadian corps in..' student army rtrainlng corps. Owing France: ..|. to the lack Of train connections with, "The Canadian cprps'i warmly ap-' Montana today it^ is impossible for him preciates the.-congiitdI4tl6h8 of Ihie to reach Conrad, where the boy's par- Canadian newspaper delegatl(ki. Tell ?nts llvSMn tlme^^for the funeral. the people of^Caiiadi thai the cdrps is ----r- more than'proud oilts efforts to sat- , , Death of Robert Wylie. ..... Isfy those at Hom>.v, In the last tiAt . In� death at, Diamond City ot years of strehubus Ught'lng it.fias iiev-Rober^ Wylie, another old-timer has , er/lost a gun, has never 'failed to take nassed away, Deceased yras 31 years , a-i objective Shdhaa iieverheen driv- passed away. old and as.a boy resided in the city later-taking up farming near Diamond (jity. He leaves to mourn his loss a Nvite and llttie daughter, also his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. James 'Wylie, two brothers and one sister at Nobleford. T. S. Fetterly is,in charge of the funeral arrangements. Tried to Suicide What' appeared very like an attempt to. cbmmit'suicide was'staged at the provincial jail dh Monday morning - when Charles' Veach of Stavely, who is'belng; held pending hla trial on a charge of burning a farmer's barn neai* 'that- point, broke the chain which :holds up the bed of his cell, apd was engaged In trying to fasten it to the cell^oor as a means ofvhangljig himself -when a passing g^ard noticed him andi.lnemoved the temptation. The at-t4mpt; would not likely have succeed- ' l|l.any eventthe cljalu is only about two f^et long. .-.. :A^farmer Lethbridga Man. v.Blalrmbre Enterprise: Word has b^en received from England, annc>unc'-iqg the death of Jack '\^liam^, brother of Enoch Williams, of TSlairmore, � Card of .TIja|f�iia'^i.i:i\Wi', Mrs. J. K. Mclntyre aijd fii^iniftMflBh to thank their many friends for-1 the. . ^^^^.^________, ,____o sympathy ^nd kindness'jh'ojirn to them;' and son of Mrs. J. Hadfleld of Cole- -entHled to. He was> on'a 3 months'1 In their recent'sad bereayem^nt-jand man, following a brief, attack 'of in-furjough and was vlaltlng.hls-family, for the many beautiful flwal tributes, fluenza., Jack was twenty-seven yeir^ in British Coiumbia :^iien arjested. -V 288-^1, of "age.. He enlisted with the format- It is so mHchTejasier J0 say ^ . ' , . ''QmkerBrea4, JPlease' ^ j^v^r the ^honethaii it is tp bake JOHN GILMOFIE, UMIT^D. .BAKpS ., BOARD ^FiOR SALE 780 YOUNI IWES ' "^-la fine condition; JUmbonlet and Lincoln Onml ^ cKW - ; 410 8th Ave. �. j|||||^2i||2BiS| en from an inch of ground once consolidated; while its 'casualties amongst the rank and ,file, bear ."the Emallest percentage, in: projiortlon to the strength: Of' all the Birltlsh forces.-�~ (Signed) - ' . "CURRIE." , IIMPRESsWe ceremony. Paris, Nov. IB.^An impressive ce-retnony took place-Monday In the. town hall of-Tne departments "of the Bel^an government are being tratiaferred to liberated Bel-glum, J T  borW -'X, i: >^: : GORBOULDi^To Mfeand^^^^ . -, , 'jt,.' ert Gorbould of^Burdett, ^Ita., on" papering. If want either, ' 2884 done right you Will make-ho mlstakQi i��ou, , ' ' -.; � "leave your order! here. x: "".'c^ --.'"T'i:..^-wv.' No matter how insignificantly/ small recoj>ds. Hear them at. WHlla'. Piano the Job may seem,, ym'.can,trust ua Store, 37d Avfefiu'e/.' " ' "288-1 to do"'as painstaking,and'satisfactory GOOD PAINTING Is'' the only kind' we' do.'^T^e.ftl'flo dcf^ November 19th,.^;gpny/i^^ ANNOUN9IEMENT We have all: thevi latest aocordiaii WYLIE-The funeral' of .the late Robert Wyli6i,will. tallies place on,'Friday, NoA 22, at.'2 "o'cfd'okfrom Fetter-ly's parlojrs.'::-Intermen�vwlll-be ;ntt'do in the publiO'Cemetery:of Lethbrldge. ,1;^ , , 288-1 work as on our largest contracts in-, volvlng much more momjy.- Try us. Wellington Elros. SHERLOCK BUILDIN0____ TYPEWRITER CARBON CARTER'S AD AN AC !PliiciM�a Carry Kologni^h. P^erleu and thf Red Box. ' -r iiple;i:f-af,:f eerjMt.and Carter'* -JyRew.-lter Hlbftijnji,^^,, � -EVERYTHlNp jFOR THE; OFFICE-WE CARRY THE �'jB'fpCk, 70 ?12143 ;