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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta a?', , NOIDHKIMHR PIANOS tDISON PHONOGRAPH!! AS9INIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" tit tth Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE GAILY HERALD! GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street 8. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reason' able Prleat. _h.ii' .--1 Our Customers Are Pleased With Our Service DELANY'S Meat Co. Opp. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board Lice rue Number 9-2W, PUTTING IN YOUR WINTER'S SUPPLY OF APPLES AND VEGETABLES IS ONE OF THE BEST INVESTMENTS YOU CAN Hmr nFAinFR thc onirco arm/* ^^.j,.- LATER ON, IT IS ALWAYS HARD TO GET THEM m WlViHOUT FREE^NC ONrP tmp ER GETS REAL COLD, WE HAVE A BIG SUPPLY OF E^E^R'rTH^N^ A^D SH^DU^D QUOTE YOU PRICES AND SHOW YOU THE QUALITY O^' OUR GOODS 8H0ULD T0 No. U, per case ^ We Still Have Some Mcintosh Red Applet $2.60 No. 2s, per case.......____$2.45 The Good Co., Ltd. MAIN STORE 329 5TH STREET SOUTH PHONE No. 5?.5 HIGH CLASS GROCERS-- TWO STORES --.-~--- Canad NORTH BRANCH I 240 13TH STREET NORTH j PHONE No. 4S8 a Food Board License No. 8-599 99 "THE COWPUNCHER By ROBERT J. C. STEAD Author or "The Homesteaderi," "Sonfjs of the Prairie," ''The Bail Jumper," etc., etc. David teltien. tHo hoy "cow puncher" who becomes a millionaire real estate operator In the doom days of thc West anil goes "broke'' With the collapse of the boom is the central figure in a talc of humor, love, philosophy, faithful western color ami intense, aromatic interest, such as is offered to the public only at rare intervals. A Canadian novel through and through: written by the well known Calgary author, printed in Canada and illustrated by the Canadian artist Arthur Hcnu'ng. A prominent book critic writes: "There is not a wasted paragraph in the "Cowpimch�r." It is a Canadian David Harum." Price $1.50 THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NBXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONt 14t7 SUBMARINE CURIE SALVED MARKETS ' Winnipeg, Nov. 20.-Cash trading was fair for oats, barley and flax on the market today. Oats closed 1c lower for December and lVje lower for May. Klax closed 4Uc lower for November and 5'�c lower for December and ,',c lower for .May. i Harley closed '.'Vic lower for December and ITi-ai; lower for May. j Winnipeg Markets. ' Oats- Open December ..............S7 May ........,..........SO1- Parley - December .............11 Mav____................122 Flux-November .............:;,sii December ......,....-..36" May ................... Casb Priced. Oats-No. 2 CAV...SS3, No. 3 C.W i Extra 1 Feed ...................SIU Close no eli"' .S31. "Paris. Nov. --The French *ub-Joiarinc Curie, sunk In December,, l'JM while enteritis the harbor of Polu. i-liow at Cattaro and will be turned ore.1 to the French navy. The Curie �was engaged in a lone rail against the great Austrian naval base at Pola. where warships v.v.-v anchored, when she came under the fire of shore bat-: teries and was sunk. Tin- member-.  of the irmv were taken prisoners by , the Austrian?. Tfi submarine was ! raised and repaired ami put into sor- j Tice by the Au.-trians early in K�l.~. , No. 1 Feed. S1H No. 2 Feed, TSVs ROOSEVELT'S SON TO 1 nar'ey- -LIE IN FRANCE xo. s'c.W.. UK-i No. 4 C.W., lOC^i I Rejected .......................�4�s .Feed ...........................3'.'1; No. 1 X.W.C..................37,", No. ." CAV.....................326 ; New York Stocks, j New York, Nov. 20.-Closing sales: WE CAN SUPPLY BEST UPLAND HAY PRICES RIGHT FREE FREIGHT form on application. F. 0. HYDE & CO. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE New York. -Colonel Theodore Roosevelt authorized the announcement that ho and Mrs. Roosevelt would visit the grave of their son. Lieut. Quen'.in Roosevelt, who was buried in France at tile spot where he fell after his airplane, bad be.00 from Mrs*. Win. Ingram, city. being contribution to the Belgian Relief Fund. C. P. R., Hit: Cnited States Steel. Jf 1 1-S; United States Steel preferred. BEEN RE MADE .1 YOU'LL LOOK LIKE "A GOOD HEAD" After Leaving This Shop Westbrook Bros Oppooita Bank of Montreal WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR FURS Hides, Pelts, Etc. LETHBRIDGE HIDE. PELT 4. FUR CO.. LTD. Roar C.P.K. Telegraph Offk'ea Cor. 4 th Ave. and 5th Street S. Phones: Office 799; Rea. 326 Reference: Standard Bunk I Just a Book and a Card of Cheer -Some soldier or. sailor's Christmas would be made cheerier hy the Kltt of a book with "A M*Try Christmas" card in it. A large stock of book* and Christmas Cardc on hand. - ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE Phone 1265 Lathbridge Hotel Blk London. Nov. 20.--(British Wireless Service I-The department of ship repairs of the British admiralty which began, operations in June, l'.'l", and up to October of tiio present year had repaired and returned to service, aside from vessels of allies and neutrals, more than 10.000 ships. At least COU.000 tons of French shipping have been repaired and returned to shipping this year and during the last four months more than 1,000,000 itross tons of allied and neutral shippinK have been attende.d to. Yes! We Can Please You Wo've been pleasInK others for ' ! 80 years in I.ethbrtdge. R. COULTRY Phone 492 The Albarta Meat Market Cauada Food Board License Number 8-28893. SAUhOERS HAY & GRAIN Co. LETHBRIDGE r-or all Kinds of Food HAY In carload lota and less, at right price*. We now have some titra good, ALFALFA , to offer Prompt shipment. Three Iclnds of CHOPPED FEED For hogs, dairy cows and other ftoek. We also buy and sell POTATOES �Any quantity. Canada Food Board Licences: Nos. 121S1; it-am and ;i-�21. E Ottawa. Nov. 20.-The war trade lizard Is considering the whole situ- { ailon In regard to import restrictions as affected by the termination, of the war and will in the near future announce modifications of an Important nature. The war trade board announces that, under certain circumstances, from no-.v on, it will be prepared to give full consideration ta applications for license 10 import fire arms, ammunition, baskets of all kinds, game tubleH, boards, draunhts, etc., fishing tack^, furniture, silver novelties, mat etna, crude or manufactured rubber gooda, musical instruments and their parts, i including phonographs, photographic goods, pipes and smokers' articles, bells and gonxs, skates of all kinds, | tooth paste, toilet powder and soap, all of which are Included in the list j of restricted articles. i COWARDLY ESCAPE. ! Zurich, Nov. 20.-Gen. von ' Hans ! Betsseler. the (icrman governor-gennr-al of occupied territories in Russia, a Munich newspaper says, left Warsaw in an ntiherolc manner. Me escaped from tbo Polish capita1} by concealing himself in a Vistula river barge. Cure for Influenza Sir,-Following is a remedy for""the iufluenza which should prove of interest jt�3t at this time. Ingredients: Pure phenol, Calvert's No. 1 Tprepared for internal u*o), 24 drops in ati 8 oz. bottle of water, well mixed. Hose: Two tablespoonfuls in a wine class of water three limes in 24 hours. Children, half the dose. One dose will bo enough to prevent; three doses to cure. The dose to prevent should not be taken till the sym-toms of ufiijenza-cold, chill, pains, etc.-show themselves; then one dose will prevent It in less than half an hour. This recipe came originally from u physician in the West Indies, who used it as a remedy In malarial and other feTors. It came Into my possession from the Rev. A. G. Kdwards, vicar of St. Stephen's, Norbury, \V. Croydon. England. To my knowledge It has been used In scores at cases of Influenza, without a single failure.-Mrs. S. H. Brake, Victoria. B. C. The Phenol referred to in the foregoing is prepared by The Century old House of Calvert in England. Their preparations, which are of the highest order, have practically dlaappoht-cd from the Canadian market. We wish to call attention to l>oth pliyc.iciaus and laymen tlxat we are the fortunate posaassois of a stock of Calvert's No. 1 Phenol which is the exclUBivo internal preparation. ). D. Higinbotham & Co. Limited The 3*f4Z�Stor* "Albarta'e Pioneer OruggleU" Wholesale and Retail Chemists Phones 1515 and 922 Fined $10 In the city police court this morn-I ihg John Mclntyrc was lined *lo and costs for being intoxicated. Another wage dispute was also aired between (Jeo. Peterson and Grace Betts. It was dismissed. Card of Thanks. N ilr. and .Mrs. James Paterson itnd family of Diamond C!ty_wish to convey thanks to their many friends for their great .sympathy shown in their recent sad bereavement: also for floral tributes sent and especially Dr. Itihrotc and the nurses of the hospital. 2.SU-2 Watch That Boy Qf Yours Eat Ms cTcal if he has plenty of our pure bottled milk to go with it. It .will look us If he never could get enough. 1/fi him have all he wnn>ts of both cernil and milk. Be sure It. is our milk, however. That will insure Its purity and cleanliness and wholcsomcncss. CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. Phone 1676 bu.' i' Personal Mention .1. W. Woolf of Cardst.m i: ness visito.. Lewis rftockett. manager of tin-mines department ot tbo C. P. II. is in the city today. Mr. Green, manaper of (:; of Joseph K. II. Moralee of I C.P.U. police, took place yeiterday. I j from Fetterly'-t parlors. Rev. K. J. | , Ilodglns officiating. The pall hearers ', [ were Messrs. J. M. Cook. .(no. Black-; I ley. John Alexander, Bert Scott. Hob1 ; Watson and W. Ilaffem. interment be; lug made in the public cemetery. ' ' Flowors were sent by husband and 'sons, Cnited Church. Mr. .1. Blackley. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Roger*. Mr. and Mrs. Turkweil. Mr. and Mrs. I). Main. Mr. and Mrs. W. W'hlitaker, Mr. and Mrs. John Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. .las. Bowker, .N. S. Supina. Mr. and Mrs. (Irisedalo and Laura, sprays; freight , shed oflleo employees, anchor. Nov. 20 -Thi' British -hip-in October were less than in any 111.mill nince May. l!)lses for September due 10 enemy activity and ma-r,;n- risks ivcre 1.",),|jn~. compared with 17';.t:'.! in August. The Sep-lembei total, it KJ-. announced l,y the iiritUh admiralty. considerably b'-low tbe ri'cord of June, the previous lowest month 01' this year, and also below the monthly average in I!'ID. city today. The large wharf at St Michael, BellecliHSRe. was mos*tl> swept, into the river during th.� night. Three freight, cars, standing on a wliarr In the Canadian Paclflc railway yards here, were blown Into the St. Charles river by the gale. At the exhibition grounds, a number ot .-.hacks vore^blown down and part of the scenic railway coHi'psed. Durlli ttin night several fire alarm* in rung. No . rloiis blazes occtn rod. 1; ANNOUNCEMENT Victor Records In all languages in-eluding French. Greek. DaniMi. Finnish. Swedish, Norwegian, Meh.0.1. Yiddish; Russian. Bohemian, Slovak Serbian and Itiilhenlan. Hear them at Willi ; Piano Store. I'v.ll Block. I'.rd Avenue ,011th. 2SH- 1 I. An excellent opportunity to .-.nidy limbic ui>w at home. Mr. Leo M. .Coombs gives strictly private instruc-.tions and Is offering special induce I mcnts during llio period ,of closet) schools, theatres, ote.. to pupils , rolling. Preparation for R. A. M. am! ; It. O. M. exams. 100 per cent of I the pupils were successful lust year. ' Studio 4I(j 12th Street A. south, opposite Stialhcoiin Court. 2S!t- 1 ____.....\......__________....... if | New York. Nov. 20.- Martial ardor j has been'supplanted by marital zaal 1 In Get many. This is nvldcnceil by the ! advertising eoluiuns of (iernuin news-( papers received here. Millrlinoiilal l";>ds" cover whole pages and'are in-j scried by pKOple'of all ages and walks Of life. 'i'hat the Uornians are pvitparing to embark on lurg� cimtnercial ctimpaigns iu the east Is Inferred from adveitlsc- . incuts asking for salesmen to find i purchasers for German products in Poland and Rumania. Other announce- . , , ,. , mcias leijuest uiau'.U'uc'.urt is to sub- ors and government officials disctis.ed m)l (jamj(U.|( <)f ur,ullM v..,,,., i "suitable for castejii coiintrles." W. H. MacPHESON,D.C. CHIROPRACTOR The condition of your spine determines the extent of your health. TAKE SPINAL ADJUSTMENTS Address: McRae Block, Vulcan, _ _Alta., Phono 101. Ottawa, Nov. 20.-Livestock breed- are $70 UNDERTAKING' A COMPLETE i FUNERAL FOR Tbia Include* a black cloth covered casket, neatly trimmed, outside �KM olid embalming, bearte and load car. Blnele grave and-4isglng togetber with our usual prompt and courteous services. MOTPR WUIPMtNT NEVER CLOSED MacKAY & BELL �HONK 1002 803 THIRO AVt, t.Tt-ETHBRIDGE CONGRATULATE LEADER. l/ondon, Out.," Nov. 20.-Scores ot telegrams congratulating^ Sir Wilfrid Laurler on the attainment of his 77th birthday wore received by the Liberal leader this mominjr. iu Canada for the marketing of animal products in Kurope at this morning's ! s'jssion at (lie Chateau Lauricr. The j problem of regulation tho movement '. of livestock under conditions safe- : guarding the producer against loss duo to the Instability of the market was discussed. Need for a campaign ; of publicity as to the opportunities af- j forded to Canadian livestock men in .' the world's markets and the adoption of a "five year" policy for producers, was urtvoeated by some of the speakers as a means toward meeting the demand expected during the ncxl few years. The suggestion ot following the war tlmp experiment of llio Cnited States of fixing a rute, between the price of foed and the price of pork llvewelghl did not meet with the favor of the majority of Hie speakers, The, conference will present, its resolutions ti- thc cabinet this afternoon. WHARVES DRIFT INTO RIVER Quebec, Nov. 111.--Pari \nf the wharves at St. Laurent and St. Jean, Island of Orleans, Ue.vo been swept Into the river by tho tidal warn. Two sections of whnrves drifted past this SHEEP FOR SALE 750 YOUNG EWKt In fin� condition. Ramhoulet and Lincoln Cross, Apply C. RABY 410 sth Ave. 8. Phone 1553 nan QUAKER BREAD appeals to the bread baker at home. They of all others know good bread, our bread has the good points of home-made bread. John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 5-�7� NOTICE! WE HAVE MOVED TO OUR NEW STORE AT 414 13TH STREET N. AND ARE OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL NINE O'CLOCK Phone 445 Open Sunday Irom � to 4 and 7 to 1 THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE TYPEWRITER CARBON CARTER'S ADANAC Black, $2.50 per box; Purple or Blue, $3.00 par box. We Alto-Carry ((olograph. Peirless and the Red �ox. Maple Leaf, Peerless and Cartsr's Typewriter Ribbons. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE-WE CARRY THE STOCK EVERALL & FRANKS ^innot Block Cor. 4th Ave. and Mh St. 19552?9435 ;