Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
l&.CO.. LTDri Mttcical"-; Phone 1545 I I LETHBRIDGE UNf) BONE - CHICKENS EJ-ANY'S M^at Co. �p|>/DedIas Hotel -V Phone 452 iXanida Foo-J Board L^csnse Numher 9~266'. � . r "i"-' � I. -r- CHILDREN'S SLEIGHS Nothino aads so jmueh to the kr^iet' Enjoyment of winter^as a nice, I"'our Toy Departmeni in the baaement a:iver^teornMete,jaa�prtment\of Children's Stelghs, iringinB in prices fnon^'CSg, to $4.C0. THE kejNY ,& alLinj:o. Ltd: Sfoi-e MEXT>' . . OAttAS HOteH PHONI 1417 HERALD , INTERIOR AMD KktERIOR fctOUM^SkC-ORATING, PAINT, WALL PAPER, KAL80-MINE. ,> . Efficient Work.^ Beet MatenXsi ' ^PHONE Xi.. R. Mitchell. ,. prmiwclal treasurer. of Alberta, wasl ! V ton^Sito ,is8UC,K48tatfenient on the find-: into" of Uie contei*nce,\the rnrOTlhcl^^ ! prgtaiers ^ere not iapjined to.dlscuss (: �liei>Kecoitstxa�tiou polJc}- as^flbiitlmed . l�yjf%e, lederai cabinet, V They stated :r '^'SiAna^iJth^ or tUevoablrietvaiet J -.;> ;f �^r|g'^^JE^:*pi)j6viBLl'^;^^^ the ^provJiiclal ; -f^:-a^^ criticism.- '^�^'it^ffjS^'^N6nii, -preiftiiJrB Foster / ap^i-faUvevi^haT&Hodtiy left for their �f ,j,., homea and Preialer Steirart wlU leave Ior�t^epVest tpnigUtT Hon". Mr. Mit-iCMlBtaying'UerenntlUlhe endof the ITNOiyET fltalTHTLiJ 25.-The minis- MARMIS .NORWAY CONGRAT JlATES , r THE BELGIANS - * CSRISTIANrA, Xov. 25 - Klnff" Haakon-sent a congrat-' ulatory m^sage to King Albort or BelEimn, I saying; *? i''Hte.a88urVd that the -rchole > Nor^jefian - people = shares . the *: fee^pge"ot j,4;he 'Belgians over . the In'umph of righteousness.'. The parliament building was ^y deporate^'^injibnor of King Al->r.beffs-entry in Bnissels, .;. .> > � WIXNIPKG, Nov: i2o.-^Th^fe was no change in the chah market today. Oats closed Mellower, for Dbce^ihber and 2%c lowdrfor May. '. Barley closed" 1%C- lower tpr -iJe-ceniber and 2%c'iower for May.. EDMp?JTOK. Xo%^ Uo.-Thc minis-.' Flai'closedTc lower for.I^ovembev; L6i^:oeiieillli, on behklf of both public -.S" lower for December and^%c low-healtlijOffiC^. handed out the fo.'.low- . . . , - inrat�temetit at nooii today. ' Winnipeg Marketa.. " Xumber ol Hcw cases reported IGO. ^ oats- Open Total,25,070: . : [December .............,.^4^. that tee.fight with the 'llu is not v S'M ar.:-ouires 1no blocking or that it will outwear: any bthen We are here not only to claim all these interesting facts; but:-to;s/jow WicMi to you and explain why they are-so. Wheniinay wehavetheoppdrtunify? Consumers' Hardware & . Supply Co.. . V,-^) pellets of Good Gdods Only-Rightly Prtced Leaves Burdett The Burdett correspondent of the Bow Island Review reports that the customs agent there, W. J. Elliott, ha* been transferred to Calgary. His successor is W. B. Mihinnlck. rapidly; improviiig. cliampion had ^8 __ casea intjie hospital, but reports good l^- . ; . . :~7-, ^ � progress.-.There was noUiing in yes-', -^i'H. List,er, of Revelstoke;. becoiiies terday'a. report to indicate that the J^^"?,*^"" �f the Edmonton branch of Carmangay district was being over-run "^^e Molsons Bank. J. Fletcher Shaw, bv the'flti I of Jlontreal, succeeds him at'Reyel- . WAS NOT KILLED. PRINCE ALBERT, Sask.* Nov. 2,1.- At least one ipan' who was- believed to have been murdered by the Steep ~J Creekrbaudits is safe. This is'James I Suger, the Austrian: bachelor farmer," who had been r^porte'd tnissing from bis home haJf a mile from where James McKay's, motor car was found buried on the; sloping bank of the. South Saskatchewan river. Yesterday Suger returned to his home.' New Freight Classification The board-pf tradp has .secured a supplement to the Canadian Prctelit classification No. 1'6 whicli raay> bo seen at the office by any lociilbusiness men. � ' ... tO,JI�D�^&CO. ,:,l�HgNE 1244 LETHBRIDGE ClfANUNESS^ jif You're always safeand^sure here. s t b r o ok ^Br os OppoBlto Bikn^of''Mentr,�al - v^wiu^Jpa;^ Just in Time focket Diaries'for 1919 Send them to the boys overseas with-a good book and a' suitable Christmas card. itOBCRTSON'S BOOK STORE Lethbridge Hotel Building. Phone 1265. ; , RiCfS'y^OjJ VI Ai^es, Pelts, Etc. VBRiME, MioE, ;petT �� , Finfeop.,,LTo. C.P.�."*feleitr�pU" OfHcea 4th' 'Ave; ma' 5ib Street'S'. JDffice 7^9;. l^m. 3� ef^reucef Standaj-d ,Bank SMINDDISIUVSWI LETHBRIDGE For .all Kind* of Fesd. .i-i--i^ t-__ _ J -In carload lots and less, at - right prices. Wb now have some extra good, ALFALFA , to off^'. Prom.pti';�lfipinent. Three ^inds . , - CHOPPEDJi�ED For liofes,'((iiiT cows arid''other . BtiJck. We also buy and sell POJATOES Any'quantity. Canada Food Board"Licenses: .; Nob. 1318J-: > 9^8406 and 3-921.. Cure for hfhieima Sir,-Following is � a" jremedy for the influenza'^^ilch should prove of interest, Just rat/lhls time " , . ^ Ingredients: Pure:phenol. Gal-vert's No. ij (jirepatfid ior inlefra-al use). 24 drops in fHi�S oi. "fiot-tle'of water, well mixed) Dose: Two tablespooufuU in a wine glass of-wjiter three times in 24 hours. Children, half the' dose. One , doee^' will >.. be enough lo prevent; ;t\nree dories to cure. The .do8e;=i4o?prevent should not be talic-n tlil thesym-toms of flfiueriza-^old/' chill, pains, etc.-shofc:.themselves; then one nose'wJlKprevent.it in less thanJiaif.^nliour.'This'recipe came originally, ttotti'a. physician in the West* Indies, who used At as iji remedy in malarial and dther-. feyei-s. It came' into iay "possession'from the .Rev.-A. G.'.Bd*ards;-vigar of St,Stephen's, jNorb^ry, � W. Oroy-dofe,-England. #oVmy'knowledge It-has been uped-m scores of '/caseB of influenza, -without; u single faiiure.-Vlptovia, B. C. without; Mrs. S.iH. Brake, The Phenol refprrcji to m the , foregoing is prepared by "rhb ; Century,old House;of Ga,lvert "!7n' England. Tjifelr preparaiignB, '�which are of tJie-,filghest"',6rder. have practicall;^i';,disappeared from the Canadian' market/ � � We wish to' call attention to . both physicians andHlaymen that ', we are the fortilnkie possiasBorB ; of a stock of 'Calvert's No, 4� Phenol whjoh.Js .JJhe .eyqluHivo^ internal preparation. curafiye fo|^ cpi^hSi colds, rheumatism, lieu-ralgia, bronchitis, sciati--ca, etc., etc., etc. Personal Mention iiaypr Bennion of .Magrntli w\s ii City'.y3 1 Cards of Thanks The Great War Veterans Association beg to thank' Miv A. Nedig, ot the Alberta ;Plcturp Framing Gallery, for gift ot n hnndfioiuo framed porti-ait oi r . , i . ^ , .the late Queen Victoria. Standard Bank at Coaldale. Announcement was made today that i , ,, , , ,, , the .Standard Bank' of Canada had ! ^}'\ ��'^' ^^�;?: I'^s?,!''', Mit'^lieU Sr., purchased property on the main street J�'"�f "} ^''""'l ;vJsh to i.!- n^.ui.ii ^,ri ,.-n,i,i crnrt '..n oj-finp. "^ank their hwnr friends tor the great kindness and sympathy sho^wii them intheir rbccnt sad boreavenieht, and for, the beautiful/floral tributes sent. ."^y., � � . 293-1 --Win. Howai-d, who died and was biuy ied at sea' while being.Invalided hom'.' Nov. 20, 1917. . -,. ', ' 'Tis one sad year, since that sad da.v; When our dear one was called nwavl The call was short, the shock severe. ; niy side _ ' And whispers tliese 5\rorda; "D-jath; cannot divide." i Frorii liis heart-broken niotlier auyear. Studio, 41C 12th Sts. A.-.^Sbufiii'opposite Strathcona Ooiirt.j ,f'. ; 288-tt IN MEMORIAM In loving memory o^our dear "Will." )Vhen last we .saw his smilinig.l'ace. - He. seemed so strong and brave. We little thbnght hbw.sooir'ho s fi.e. Laid in n hero's grAvc. ; � The hardeat part lias yet'to conic, \yiien the bravo bbys conie marcii-ing home, -'V And; we miss among the! cheerfut ' throng � - Our doar one's gniiiiiig face. "Too dearly loved .to be forgotten." From his sorrowing sister and. brother, iMr. and "Mii's.-,J3on Ollvor, Magrath. ' ; , ' 203-1 To Cure ,a..Cold; In One Day 'take LAXATIVE BRO|jO,; QUININS ;� (Tablets.) ItvStops the Cough and ' Headache anjl.,workB ,ott thcj Ccld. ,E. W. GUOVE'S-'sIfenatUre .onveach-box. j ;ioc � * ' ^ ' In sad hut Jovlng memory of Sapper W. H. MacPHESON, D.C. CHIROPRACTOR The condition of. your,spine de-,. lerinines. tho extentt of your � health. . . � TAKE'SPINAL ADJUSTMENTS j Address: McRae Block, Vulcan,., Alta., Phone 101. / NO NEED TO EAT POOR BREAD-IFS BEHER TO SAY ^'Quaker Bread, Please'' AND 3E SURE 01- PALATABLE LOAF-LIGHT, FLAKYn NOURISHING, WITH THE RICH TANG OF TH? WHBA.T ,T.H^TJ|�AKES DAD AS WELJ.-^8rT^6* BMALL BOY WISH FOR MOR.E. JOHN al|^0RE. I^MITEBrBAKtRS .CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 5-87S everything for the office OFFICE STATIONERY OFFICE F'URNITU RE FILING CABINETS . \ TYPEWRITERS v . MIMEOGRAPHS- . ADDING MACHINES WE CARRY THE STQCK y PRINTING, PAPER RULING AND BOOKBINDING V EVER ALL & FRANKS Siirnott Block ' Corner 4th Ave, and 5th St. ^.Ph'ontfyj?