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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NO30HC1MIR PIANOS f IDISON PHONOGRAPH* ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Iv�ryth!ng Musical" 1B �th Strctt South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Straet 8. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work tjpne at Reasonable Prices. FISH All lines of fresh and smoked fish for tomorrow. DELANY'S Meat Co. Opp. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Beard License Number f-2664 95 "THE COWPUNCHER By ROBERT J. C. STEAD Author of "The Homesteaders." "Sono,� of the Prairie," "The Bail Jumper.'1 etc., etc. David Eliien. the boy "cow puncher" �ho becomes a millionaire real estate operator in the boom days of the West and goes "broke" with tho collapse of the boom i>>*�* * * *  4> *  * TO VISIT PARIS * - ? Paris, Nov. 21.- (Hava-sA- ? King Oeorge and Queen Mary �> of England will visit Paris > this month.  OTHER PROVINCES SEEK AN INCREASED SUBSIDY THE LATE MRS. DONALDSON * AND CHILD (From Saskatoon Star). On Sunday. October '-'7th. at Medicine Hat. Alta.. Kllwibrth Kirton. agejl 27, of pneumonia, and on riafurday, November -'. at .Medicine Hat. Alta.,. Alorley McKenzie. aged 2 years, of pneumonia, the beloved wife and child at Mr. Rodney f>onnld*-on. of I.oth-bridge. Alta.. died. The funeral services were held at Eagle Hank Farm, the home of the late Mrs. Donaldson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. McKenzie, and were conducted by the R*v. Robert Stephenson, of Asnuith, Salk.. Mid by the late Mrs. Donaldson's brother-in-law. the Rev. .lohn LeechPor-ter, of (Jrenfell, Sask.. interment was St Asquith cemfetery. The floral tribute? were: Wreath and heart. Mr. Hodney Donaldson, l^ethbrklge. Aha.: wreaths. Mr. and Mrs. Wm, McKenzie. Asquith. Sosk.. nd Mr. Peter McKenzie. t'rowa Nest, B.C.; wreath. Mr. and Mr-. Wm. -Mc-Kenrie. Medicine Hat. Alta.: anchor. Mr. ard Mrs. John .McKenzie-; AsiiUltb. Sask.; cross. Rev. and Mrs. John Leech-Porter. Urenfell. Sask.: wreath. Mr. and Mrs. Bert White. Kinley. WE CAN SUPPLY BEST UPLAND HAY PRICES RIGHT FREE FREIGHT form on application. F. 0. HYDE & CO. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE .Sank.; wreath. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. I.y-1 on. Kinley. sask.: spray. Mr. and Mrs. Mirhle. Medicln* Hat: Rates ajar. Mr. and Mrs. Ualn. Mr. and Mr*. Fry. Mr, and Mrs. Murray. I.cthbridge. Alta.: wreath. Mrs. J. W. ( raig. Lethbrldge. Alta.; wreith. Mr. and Mrs. J. P.eid and Mrs. McCready, I.ethbridge. Alta.: spray. Ladies' Society of the B. of h. V. and E., Medicine Hat. Alta.: spray. 13. of It. K. and K. No. i4':, Medicine Hat, Ai:a ; broken wh�d. B. of f\ and E. No. 735, I.ethbridge, Alta. A MINIMUM WAGE Winnipeg. Nov. 21.- A minimum wage for women employed in manufacturing drugs and Jewelry was fixed by the Manitoba minimum wage board today. For drug makers the minimum shall be $11 a week, with a 43 hour week, Saturday half holiday, and for Jewelry workers. $12 a week, with similar hour?. WANT TO HONOR MAX Paris. Sunday, Nov. 17.- i Delayed i --The Paris municipal coum-il has congratulated Burgomaster Max of Brussels on his release from captivity and ha* Invited lllni to come to | Paris so that the council uiav honor ! him. Ottawa. Nov. 20.-Provinces other tiian the prairie provinces have specifically defined their attitude in regard to tho transfer of western natural resources. In a memorandum which they submitted to the Inter-provincial conference this afternoon, they requested that It. the event of natural resources being transferred by the Dominion government to prairio provinces, other provinces be given additional subsidies from the federal treasury. The niie.ition now lies before the Domnion jtovrrnmeut for decision. MAYOR COSTELLO IS AGAIN A CANDIDATE Calgary, Nov. 21.-Mayor Cos-tello will seek re-election for a fifth ttrm. MARKETS r Guaranteed Hot Water Bottles $1.25 Each This Is a good quality red rubber bottle, two quart size and is guaranteed to Rive satisfaction. .   Wo just received a limited supply of these and are offering: them at this low price for a short time only. RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Sherlock Bldg. Phones S65-1832 CITY AND DISTRICT Great War Veterans Association All members are requested to be at the club at :! p.m. Sunday the 2ith. Something important. Raymond Man III "SI. K. Mllner of Raymond is ported tu the cusualtv lists todav being ill.* r i'll* Blalrmore Hard Hit Blairmore is one town In the Pass that has been hard hit by the influenza. The town had been imdej strict quarantine sine Nov. 1. Personal Mention Dr. H. 11. Head of Salt Lake City | in h visitor In the city. 1 Sunt. MacKintosh of the r. p. u. in Calgary attending a conference of I officials of the district. Death Warner Man Tlie deatli louk place at Warner on November 5th of Earl Flanders, who was a victim of influenza. His wife and two small children arc left to mourn his loss. CUTLERY IS OUR SPECIALTY Upwards of one hundred styles in pocket knives from Sheffield and American Manufacturers, all very high grade. These lines have been in stock for two years or more, if you want a high grade knife it will pay you to look these over, prices are no higher than ordin ary kinds bought more recently. Carving Knives and Forks, Table Knives and Forks, Razors of the ordinary style, Sheffield make, bought upwards of two years ago. Then we have the popular safetys such as Gillettes, Ever-Ready, Auto-Strop, Keen Kutters, etc. Do not overlook us when in the market for above lines. We have what you want and, quality considered, our prices are not beyond your reach. See what we have to ~ offer. & SUMlV CO. BUSINESS PHONES 1212-1910 OFFICE 1920 Death of Barons Man On Nov. lit, the death took place at k Karons of Walluce Eerltiskie, aged 2!t years. The remains were brought to Fotterly'* Parlors. Funeral arranye-monts will appear later. Winnipeg, Nov. 21.-The, cat>h dc-! mend fcr both oats and barley was : I'.ior :iiul offerings 11 slit. Oats closed ' ,t-v- 'iixh"r for December and ::-4c high-er for May. Barley closed l-2e higher for December and lc higher for May. Fl u dosed 4c low?;- for November; 2 Me lower for December and 3 l-4c lower for May. ! Wlnnlptg MarksU CLEANLINESS You're always safe and sure her.. Weitbrook Bros* Bank ef M.ntrsal WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR VOUR FURS Hides, Pelts, Etc. LETHBR1DOE HIDE, PELT ft. FUR CO., LTD. Rear O.P.K. Telegraph Offices Cor. ,4th Ave. and 5th Street S. Ph.nes: Office Ttf; Re.. Sit Reference: Standard Bank Your Choice Of what the market affords for lit. week end. TURKEY, PORK, DUCK, VEAL, CHICKEN, MUTTON, BEEF, LAMB. All frt*h klllsd. R. C0ULTRY Phone 492 , Th. Albarta Meat Markat Canada Food Board Lic.nae Number 8-38IVS. 0UIJA The wonderful talking: board that creates fun for young and old. A large stock of Checkers, CHtss, Dominoes, Playing Cardt, and other Games to ssltct from. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE Phcms 12�ft Lsthbriatg* Hots! Blk Oats-December May ____ iiarley--December Mav .... Flax--Novembcr December .May .... Open. SO*. 114 Ut) CIo*e. S3 u;: l�l) S3%l . S4S, . 78H .107Vi . 35 mm m & grain LETHBRIDGE Far all Kinds of F��d HAY In carload lots and less, at right prices. We now have some estra good, ALFALFA to cffar. Prompt shipment. Three kinds of CHOPPED FEED For hogs, dairy cows and other stock. We also buy anil sell POTATOES Any quantity. Canada Beard Licenses: Nos. 12181; 9-8406 and 3-931. ...... :i74 ::7i ...... 3�i ::cs�� ....... 3G4'�i aOOVi j Cash Pricss I Oats- So. 2 CM'... Stii; No. 3C.W... Kxira No. 1 fee4 ............... | No. 1 feed.. S2'n No. 2 feed.. I Harley-- ,' No. :; C.W... H2\~ No. 4 CAY. Rejected................... , Feed .......................93 I Flax- ! No. 1 S. W. C.................371 ' No. 'J C.W.. .u6S No. 3 C.W.. .333% Calgary Livestock Calgary, Nov. 21.-There w�h a . laraje run of cattle at the yards today, the whole space being crowded. The market was fairly brisk at the ! same figure* as prevailed yesterday. ' top beef making f 11.50 to 112.50. Fat cows up to 17; Blockers. W.50 to 17.50. About 300 hogs were offered, selects bringing about 10 cents wore than yesterday, lights malting $14 and sown the same. New York Stocks Nov York, Nov. ^1.-Closing sales: C. P. R.. lt>^*�; United States Steel, JUl'i; Lnited States Steel preferred, D0�4. A ANNOUNCEMENT Brest seller-Victor record No. 17412 "Peg o' My Heart" awl "Whon J dream of old Krln." Willis Piano Store, Hull Block. 2*0-1 Thermogene-J, p. Higinbotham & j Co. ore ^n receipt today of the Eng-j llnh Curative Wadding, I 290-1 Cure for Influenza Sir.-Kollowi::;- in a remedy for tho luflit'n.'.a which should prove of intcreH just at this time. Ingredients: PurV phenol. Calvert's No. 1 (prepared fcr internal un�), 24 drops la> an S oz ho'.-tie of water, weH'nil*ed. Dos�� u bottle or more ilinlv. also. Yon'lT-- lll;e tin-milk. > h: II apprci lute th" -eivlce. A \wn\ card .,r phoii'" ctll will start I!. CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. Phone 1576 Death of Nick Holovoch The funeral of Nick Holovo.-ii. I 29 years, who tiled on November is. took place yesterday. Internieni 1,,-inj; made In St. Augustta'*  �met-ry. Mhc-Kay and Bell were in charite of Uo-funeral nrrnnKenients. {.-tiier with , fifteen lots all  >�. n-�d Iiv Mr It (1. Ilaiinan ut pre , in re-i-dfiit" in VictfTi.i, B.C.. have �'.--� unl i-.ii. IN MEMORIAM j -- : In !n\liu; memory of Pto. .lo.'n. | V\ lilt.'tleld, killed In action Novembe." : 2Ut. l'.'lti, aged 28 years. | For Red Cross Thti Hon. Treasurer of the H�d Cm,* - ------  Society acknowledg"' v.-ith tlianlii a Died of Heart Failure 1 donutlon of $40 from tbe Suunlta Bed I At llardii v'.lle on Nov.intnr th) moruing for election, lie asked for a B|ieedy trial. Veach atnieared to |m none the wor^e for the recent episode Ir which ho wii.i the central figure at 'the provincial jail. Inserted by Mrs. Watson anil family. Death of Wm. Katt I William Henry a teamster! agt-d 33 years, died iu the eitv on No- vember si. u victim of influeiiga. The I , ^ , , ( , , remains are at F.tterly'a l.nd.rtahla� 1)rjl, ,t! llw ei. ut ,|0 Movss to California. I.. I), liedfonl, of Iowa, who owns ciinnldeiablu "farm property in Houth-vihited in Loth-Iko x> several months this summer SHEEP FOR SALE 750 YOUNG EWES In fine condition. Itamboulet and Lincoln Cross. Apply C. RABY 410 5th Ave. S. Phone 1353 FUNERALS EJ-------1__m. UNDERTAKING* A COMPLETE Ql'VCl FUNERAL FOR �P # V/ Th|s include, m �l�cjt cloth casket, neatly trimmed, outside OBM Mi mkAlmlBff, kmrts tnd U�d c�r. Single grave and digging tBgethw with our usual prompt and courteous services. MOTOR �QUIFMINT NEVER CLOSED MacKAY & BELL PWQWB tBQg ___�0� THIRO AVE. ., LETHBHIOGE BORN REBER- On November 9th at Vaa Haarlem hospital, to L.-Corp. 0. K. R.ber, D.C.M., and Mr�. Rober, a eon. WYLiK-The funeral of th. late' Robert Wylie, aged 31 years will take! W. A. Cowan, general superintend-place on Friday, Nov. 22nd at two ent of the Canadian gowrnment rail-o'clock from Fetterly's parlors. 3S0-11 way, died at Cochrane, Ont. Restrictions Removed ! There is no restriction now on crossing the line, no pansporu being necessary. Local immigration authorities have been officially notified to this effect. The only restriction .now in force is that which prevailed before tho war, such as having $25 to pay one's way, and not heiug an Invalid without means of aupport. Klpp Property Sold. ; The store buildings at Kipp origin-' ally known at) The Scottish Store and afterwards occupied by Mr. Hkoith, to- j NOTICE! WE HAVE MOVED TO OUR NEW STORE AT 414 13TH STRUT N. AND ARE OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL NINE O'CLOCK Phone 446 Optn Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 Ml THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE It is so much easier to say "Quaker Bread, Please" over the phone than it is to bake. JOHN GILMORE, LIMITED, BAKERS CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER fr-t7t Special Prices, Fri. Nov. 22nd, Only 60 Boxes of Typewriter Carbon, per box 50 doaen Stenographer's Note Books, per dozen 60 Chicago Pencil Sharpeners, each ............. 50 bottles Gluclne and Grip, per bottle ......... 50 box.s Paper Clips, each S2-2S too �1.2� .. 10c 10c EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE, WE CARRY THE STOCK. EVERALL & FRANKS SInnot Block Cor. 4th Ava, and 6th St 62 613415 ;