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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOltOHtlMCR PIANO* KOISON PHONOGRAPHS ASBINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everything Musical" 15 6th Street South Phone 1545 GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street 3. Phone 1413 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable Prices. YOU CAN GET YOUR MEATS Direct from the Farm IF YOU GIVE U8 THE ORDER. WE HAVE COMPLETE LINES AGAIN THIS WEEK. "THE HOME OF QUALITY MEATS" DELANY'S Meat Co. Opp. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Cinida Food Board License Number 9-2664 PUTTING IN YOUR WINTER'S SUPPLY OF APPLES AND VEGETABLES IS ONE OF THE BEST INVESTMENTS YOU CAN MAKE. BESIDES THE PRICE8 BEING HIGHER LATER ON, IT 13 ALWAYS HARD TO GET THEM IN WITHOUT FREEZING, ONCE THE WEATHER GETS REAL COLD. WE HAVE A BIG SUPPLY OF EVERYTHING AND SHOULD LIKE TO QUOTE YOU PRICES ANO SHOW YOU THE QUALITY OF OUR GOODS. We Still Have Some Mcintosh Red Apples No. Is, per case . .-..........$2.60 No. 2s, per case...........$2.45 1 f V m m "THE COWPUNCHER By ROBERT J. C. STEAD Author of "The Homesteaders," "Songs of the Prairie," "The Bail Jumper," etc., etc. David Kltloil. the boy "row punch) r" tike become.-- ;i millionaire real Pilate operator in the boom days of the \\>s: and goes "broke" with the collapse of the boom it tlr e -ntrU Mgure in a tab of humor, lovf. pbilojophv, faithful western color ami Intense dramatic iutere-:t eucli 8s 13 offered to the public only at rare interval*. A i':\na iH.�* and l.�U;id> 111::.-, tew ,%��!;� ago t � tin eff.vt thai 'h- 43:t.05O. Cana;! i Western Natural Cus Co. h. Quebec tuuHMt' Motm-e;,',�. '. struck u How of..;-.,,, In thei:- new w-il Oil. ( mirth ol It.irnwell. The flow !- ii..f a Now'ie'n, #lt;..'iiiii.iiini i kiuIit, and the driHers are golui: i'hv Nova Scotia. i.tii.i,,ii ;li.:- donu Prince r.dwar.1 i�!.�!ci. --------------- ------ ' -----.....- | "I have two ijollars." -a:>i a  Once a llun. .t)wa>..'�� sj- * �- - York. "What would you .-commend'.'" WE CAN SUPPLY " T"*�"" *~ ��' �^' BEST UPLAND HAY ! H__________ PRICES RIGHT j--------- FREE FREIGHT form ou '�n plication. F. 0. HYDE & CO. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIOCE Winnipeg. Nov. 1P.--T1K-Tt way very little de:uand for grain today, Outs ; dosed iSo hieher tor December aud 1 '.~c iiigner foiOIay. I Parley i-ln�-fT*:?iio higher for December r.nd fie higher for May. Flax clc,,ed higher fc.r November'. 4 Vie hither (or pi comber aud 15^c. higher, for May. j Winnipeg Markets. j Oats- Open Close P-H'CTuh, r ..............S".V. ST � May ...................?i Fin.:. No. ' N.W.C..................::7i>Vi No. -. C.W.. :-;7i-a_. No. s t;.Vv"., :Uli-Calgary Li-'estcck ( aijrary. No-.. !'.'.-About 800 hea-j of cattle came into the yards this moniliiit and trading was fairly brisk at prices orrvapoiidhtK to ye�f.ertlay'.s jl � Top beet about $11.50 lr> $r_'.?0, ni:a iiiiteM,-:- finality from ?l�.oo to 11-�'�- ! 'at eows to, wilile food-i'H and sioikerb liiade about JS and >-7.e'i respeijlively. There were :n: hogs offered today, bill dealers quote yesterday's price, Ml"..--.'., fed a:; 1 watered. . Personal Christmas Cards Private Greeting Cards as a Christmas Uemumbran:o aro becoming moro popular each year. An exclusive card, personally selected, with your unme and address, complete and attractive -that is the idea. See our samples now. It is none too early to order. RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO.. LTD. Sherlock Bldg. Phones 555-1232 CITY AND DISTRICT Charge -Withdrawn The churges against three local-produce ilenlera for dealinj; without :i license was withdrawn this luornlnjr by C. F. P. Conybeare acting for the Crown. TRUNKS BAGS VALISES A fresh' shipment just arrived all at rock bottom prices. Look them over even if you do not intend buying. See our Dollar Window before the bargains are all picked up. Consumers' Hardware and Supply Co. Was Wounded. Mailed casualty lists contain tho name of Pte. Wilfred Urban CJantor, taken on the strength at Letlihrldfte, next of klu in England, reported as wounded. Redecorating Theatre. During its enforced period of inactivity, Sturland has been untlerKoing re-decoration, and thorough disinfection. Local theatre inanagerfi are in hopes that the shows will be-running by next Saturday. Watch That Boy Of Yours Eat hia cereal if he has plenty of our pure bottled milk to go -with It. It will look as II he never could get enough. Let him have all ho wants of both cereal and milk. Be suro It la our milk, however. That will Insure its purify and cloiut-llness anil wholesomonest. CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. Phone 1S76 For Red Cross. The Hon. Trousurer Red Cross Society acknowledges with thanks cheque for 170.00 front It. C. ,HnrTey Ksq., being the amount realized from the sale of a ram given by Mr. Harvey to the Red Cross. Y04JXL LOOK LIKE "A GOOD HEAD" After Leaving Thia Shop Weatbrook Bros Oppoijlta Bank of Montreal Wt WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR FURS Hides, Pelts, Etc. CBTTHBRIDGE HIDE. PELT & FUR CO., LTD. Rear C.P.K. Telegraph Office* C�T. 4th Are. aud ath Street S. Ptonea: Office 799; Rei. 326 Reference: Standard Hank Yes! We Cab Please You TVe've been pleasing othera for M years In Lethbridge. R. C0ULTRY Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Board License Number 8-2849S. Just a Book and a Card of Cheer E sJtnc Hobller or faihir'* ("irlstimi'- would be made tho board provides that the price of whent for seed shall not he in excess of the fixed price, ex-copting registered seed wheat; wheat ftrr wn frora seed of recognized merit in respect to purity of variety, subject to permit being granted by the government seed purchasInK commission and wheat hottqht by one farmer from another for i�eed purposes which has not Sone through un elevator or which has not been loaded ou earn, either through an el.iv.ttor or over the platforrnB. Death Barons Teacher The death took place yesterday, Nov. 18, of Hazel Diva Snellgrove, aged 21 years. Deceased was a teacher at llarons, her parents residing In Vancouver. The body was brought to i Fetterly's parlors and will be forwnrd-I ed to Vancouver where burial will take 'place. HERO OF MIR I Toronto, Nov. ID.--Lieut. James j Blitch, who has been three times wounded In action, won the D.C.M, for gallantry in the ranlta and was subsequently granted a commission In the ^t.A.F., is on trial baforo courtinartlal hero today charged with tampering with a pay certificate, also with forg-! ery- Through IiIh counsel, Lieut.-Col, i A. T. Hunter, he pleaded not gutlly. I It Ran allegpd he drew in Winnipeg ' and Calgary moro money than he was entitled to. He was on a 3 months' furlough and was visiting hia family in lirithih Columbia when arrested. Cure for Influenza Sir.-Following l.i a remedy for the Influenza which should prove of intercut just at tlJfcs time. Ingredients: i'ure)phenol, Calvert's No. l (prepared for internal use), 24 drops in an 8 or., bottle of water, well mixed. Dose: Two tablespoonfuls in a wine glass of water three times in 24 hours. Children, half the doso. One doso will he enough to p.-evtni; three dose�nco of Premier Stewart in Ottawa, where he >.s attending a conference of provincial premiers to deal with the question of the natural resources of the western province's. I ion of tho 13th O. M. R. at Pinclior Creek, being at flint time a resident of Lethbridge. After going over to Kng-land he made t,cveral transfers and evuntttally crossed over to France, and following the battles of Vliny Rldge ho was admitted into a base j hospital suffering from wounds receiv-' ed froni an air bomb. He was later taken over to England, where he remained in hospital for some months and recovered, but failing to pass medical examination for further service In France, ho was retained in Kngland us a drill Instructor, with the rank of company qunrter - master-sergeant. Jack spent sixteen months in the trenches before being wounded in May | of last year. His relatives here had c been looking forward to his early rn- turn to Canada, and are deeply grieved over tho news of bin death, .lack became popular In Tho Pass football : circles a few years ago. being one of j the stars of this district.    M. P. 0ET3 V. C. Vancouver, B. C, Kov. 18,-� Lieut.-Col. Crus Wealcy Peck, M.P., of Princo Rupert, who has been serving at tho front for more than three years, has been awarded the Victoria Cross, tho most coveted military distinction in Uio British army. :**>"> ld and chairman of the. [ delegation of Canadian editors who [visited Great Britain this year as the : guests of the ministry of information, lias received tho following cablegram | from Lieut.-Gen. Sir Arthur Currie, j commanding tho Canadian corps iu I France: ' "The Canadian corps warmly appreciates the congratulations of tho Canadian newspaper delegating. Tell tho people of Canada that the corps is SHEEP FOR SALE 780 VOUNt IWES In fine condition. Rambonlct and Lincoln Or*M. . Apply C. RABY 410 5th Ave. 8. Phone IBM TT '/a "Alberta's Plonter Orugglsta" Wholesale and Retail Chemist* Phones 1516 and 322 lator taking up farming near Diamond City. Ho leaves to mourn his loss ;i wife and little daughter, also his father anil mother. ?.Ir. and Mrs. James �Wylle, two brothers and one sister at Nobloford. T. S. Fetterly Is in charge, of tho funeral arrangements. Tried to Suicide What appeared very like an attempt to commit suicide was sttiKeil at the provincial jail di\ Monday moining when Charles Veacli of Stavely, who Is being held pending his tthtl on a charge of burning a farmer's barn near that point, hroko the chain which holds up the bod of his cell, and was engaged In frying to fasten It to the cell door as u means of halting himself when a passing guard noticed hint and removed tho temptation. The attempt would not likoly havn succeeded in any event an tho chain is only about two feet long. Kclidatc-il, while its casualties amongst the rank and file bear tho smallest percentage, in proportion to the strength of all the British forces. (Signed) "CUUnilC." ---f- IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY. I'siris, Nov. iu.-An impressive ceremony took place Monday lit tho town hall of Havre, when tho Bolglan government, which has been In Htivro since the fall of 1014, took leavo oi the municipal authorities. The departments of the Belgian government aro being transferred to liberated Bel-glum. $70 UNDERTAKING A COMPLETE FUNERAL FOR This Includes a black cloth covered casket, neatly trimmed, outside BIB* and embalming, hearse and !**d car. Single grave and digging Ufatbor with our usual prompt and courteous services. MOTOR fQUIPMSNT NSVKR GLOBED MacKAY & BELL PMOMtlSBt - SM THIRD AVI, 8-, LETHBRIDQB Card of Thanks Mrs. J. K. Mclntyru and family wish to thank their many friends for the sympathy and kindness shown to them in their recent' sad bereavement and for the many beautiful floral tributes. 288-1 A former Lethbridge Man, Ulairmore Enterprise: Word has been received from Knglaiul, announcing tho death of Jack \^lllinms, brother of Knoch Williams, of Ulairmore, and Bon of Mrs. J. Hadfleld of Colo-man, following a brlof attack of influenza. Jack wuh twenty-seven yoar(i of age. Ho enlisted with tho formut- llob-ou 288-1 BORN UOUBOULD-To Mr. and lira, on Gorhould of Burrtott, *^\itn. November 19th, a son. ANNOUNCEMENT We have all the latoBt accordian records. Hear them ut Willis' Piano ' ---------- 288-1 Store, ;(;-tl Avenue. FUNERAL. W VLIK - The funeral of the late Robert Wylle will take place on Friday, Nov, 22, at 2 o'clpck from Fetterly's parlors. Interment  will be miido In tho public, cemetery of Lethbridge, 288-1 GOOD PAINTING is tho only kind wo do. We also doi good papering. If you want either done right you will ninko no mistake If you LEAVE YOUR ORDER HERE No matter how Insignificantly small the Job may seem, you-.can trust us to do na painstaking and satisfactory work as on our largest contracta involving much more money. Try uh. Wellington Bros. SHERLOCK BUILDING It is so much easier to say Quaker Bread, please oyer the phone than it is to bake JOHN GILMORE. LIMITED, BAKERS CANADA POOD BOARD LICBNBE NUMBIR S-B7t TYPEWRITER CARBON CARTER'S ADANAC Black, 12.50 per box; Purple or Blue, $3.00 per box. We Also Carry Kolograph. Peerless and ths Red Box. Maple Leaf, Peerless and Cartcr'a Typewriter Ribbons. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE-WE CARRY THE STOCK EVERALL & FRANKS Slnnot Block Cor. 4th Ave, anil 6th St 6309 ;