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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta . flO.-IOHBIMKR PIANOt, ; SOISOM PHONOQRAPH9 MtlNIBOM MUSIC CO., LTD. ' "Kvirythino Muaical" tth ^ttrstt South Phone 1S4S LETHBRIDGE DAILY INTEfllOR AND EXTERIOR MOUtE/PBC-l , ORATINO, PAINT, WAUL PAPER, KAt^SO. ,, MINE* \/ Efficient Work. Be�t Mrterltli. PHONE 14fl3 George Morgan, 964 11th St S. A Fine Lot oi Fresh and Smoked Fish jfor the Week End. DELANY'S Meat Co, Opp. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Contda Food Board Llcenoe Number 9;-26fl - Phone 1285. CLEANLINESS Tou're always safe and sure here. West brook Bros Oppealte Bank of Montrcar WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR FURS Hides, Peks, Etc. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT & FUR CO., LTD, Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices Cor. 4th Ave. and 5th Street S. Phones: Office 799; Ret. 326 Reference: Standard Bank MQtSIUY&MCll. LETH8RI0GB For all Kinds of Fead HAY In carload lots and less, at right prices. We now have some extra good, ALFALFA to offer. Prompt shipmanL Three kinds of CHOPPED FEED For hogs,- dairy cows and pther stock. We also buy and aall POTATOES Any quantity, Canada Food Board LleenBe*:" Nos; 12181;'9-8406 and 3-92L WINNIPEG. Xor. 27.-The cash, grain markets were v6ry quiet on the exchange today. Oats closed 2c lower i for December and, 'jo lower for May.' Barley closed Ic jowcjr for December-! and %-c lower for JIay. Flax' olosed , 3c higher for November; lic higher j for December and lYsC higher for May. Winnipeg Markets. Oats- Opfea  Close December ..............83% 81^4 May ....................mV 84J.i Barley-December .............108 106^4 May ...................115 113>b Flai- I November .............060 360 ! December ........;..343 341^^' May ....................344 341^,4 _ Cash Prices. "l Oats- No. 2 C.W...S1 No. 3 C.W...80 Extra 1^ Feed................. .^78^^ No. 1 Feed, 76% No. 2 Feed, 73 Barley- No. 3 C.W., 1061,4 ' No. 4 C.W., lOl^i Rejected................8S^ Feed...........................86^ Flax-No. 1 N.W.C. ____.____.........365 No. 2 G.W.....................354 Calgary Livestock CALGARY,. Nov. 27.--'The Cattle market was a little slow today, although prices are practically unchanged. There were only a few carloads, of ffesU stock. Top hebi, Ill.oO to' J12.50; fat cows, J7.50. . Hogs, fed and watered, $16.75. After the 'Fin 0 '  NYALS' ICREOPHOS Is a specially good tonic for this purpose. This is a compound of Hypophospkates, Wild Cherry and Creosote,combined with the true medicinal extractives found in the beat Cbd Liver Oil. Quick in action and pleasant to take. Price $1.00 the bottle RED CliOSS DRUG &l|Q01|fC:Q,tTp. SherlocCBI 'hones 665-1232 CITY AND DISTRICT Is Dangerously III Ptc. Geo. Herbert ForU, of Clares-holm is reported in today's casualties, as dangerously ill. Retail Clerks Meet The Retail Clerks will hold a meeting on Monday night in the Conservatory of Music building. Died on Service Today's casualties report H. K. Mil-ner, Raymond, as having died. Harry Wallace, Fernie, has been repatriated. For Assault 'Harry Patterson was committed for trial by ^Magistrate Irwin on a charge of assaulting J. A. Smith the auctioneer, some time ago. Ask That Public Works Be Opened Up'As Soon As Possible ' Just Arrived The Greatest of AM Tonics. And used with the greatest of benefit by *Flu Victims V Phone or Send Your Orders At Once to The Frank Hedley ~ Phone 772 OTTAWA. Nov. 27.-At the morning session of the second day of the builders' and contractors' conference,-, the report of-the committee on orgahiza-; tion contained a change in the name of the association, to the "Canadian j Building and Construction Indiistfles." The moat important discussion, of I the morning centred aroun'd the action , to be taken by the board bt the com-'mitteo on the building situation. It was decided-to wait iipon the minister of. public worka to request the department to take action as follows: "To advocate the use of Oaiiadian materials wherever possible, raw or finished, on all public buildings. "To commence operations as soon as possible on all delayed government works. "To call for lendel's, on all -works let under the dry dock subsidy acts, with plans and specifications Instead of at present. . "To grant aid for the purpose of constructing permanent national roads, such work to be let out by tender. "That any work for federal or 'provincial governments be executed-under a statutory form - of contract. "That association to have representation on any federal housing commission. "That the Uepartmont consider the advisability oC proceeding at once with the housing proiJOsitions noV before the government with a view to providing proper accommodation tor industrial workers and eliminating sium districts in large centres. . "To subsidize the development of Canada's natural resources wherever necessary to compete with foreign materials." ' _�______ _J_________A._ Arriiired The English curative wadding for coughs, colds, vKeui^filstn, neuralgia, bronctiitis, sciatica, etc., etc., etc. A PACKAGE Thfi ^^(y^mxXt Star* "Alberta's Pioneer Druggitta" Wholesale and Retail Chemists Phones 1615 and 322 1 DISCHARGE HUN SOLDIERS AMERICAN ARMY OF OCCUPATION, Nov. 27.-f(A��ociate(f Presn>-All German eolcJIere, With t exception of-the classes of 1898 and 1389, are being discharged as rapidly as possible, according to reportc reaching the American 3rd army. SELLING STOCKS. GENEVA,- - Nov. 27.-Wealthy Germans a'^d Auatrians, headed by the former' reyalv^family, are selling their stock holdinga at any price, fearing that, the revolution will result, as it dfd for the wealthy, families in Rusaia,'in the loss of their private loriUM*. Colds Cause H.eadachJBa and Paine Fo^erish HeadapUes-snd Body Pains caused from a cobi are soon relieved by taking LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablcta. There's only ono "Bromo Quinlnt." B. W. QROVE'S signature ou the box. 20c-. Band Practices - The members of the city band are requested-to-meet on Friday evening at the band room in the Conservatory of'Music at 8.30 prompt, when the regular practices will again be Presumed. Former Foremoat-Teacher His^ Gertrude Knott, a nurse .at the Kootenay Lako general hospital. Nelson, died from Influenza, aged 22. She taught-;-school at Foremost in 1916. Intemient took place at Creston. Hon. Or. King III Hon. J. H. King, minister of public works In the B. C. gQjrernment is ill with influenia at Victoria. He came to Cranhrooki-and Fernie to help during the epidemic there and on his return to the coast became ill. MILK \ Owing to the fact that the producers have increased the price of milk to us we will be compelled to advance the price of milk and cream to tlie following prices on and after Wednesday, Novem--her 27tli. Milk in quart bottles ............. , fdi' offering the use of his church for an afternbon service; to the Rev. Mr. Curtis for his offer of union services in the Clu-is-tiau church; and to Mr. George Fleming, proprietor.,of Stanand theatre, for ills offer of opening his theatre for any and all Sunday servfces until such time as Wesley church would be ready for occupancy. While genuinely appreciating the kiridnes.'s of all concerned, after due deliberation, the officials decided to accept tlie kind offer of Knox.church, and so will worship with them on Sunday next GERMAN CONVENTION "i&ERLIN; iSldv. 27.-(Via Copeh-' hagen.)-A convention of delegates representing all the soldiers' and workmen's councils in Germany has been summoned to : meet-in-Berlin on Dec, 16. FORMAL PROTEST, Piles-Cured in 6 to 14 Days Druggist8-,refuud money if PAZO OINTMENl* fails to cure Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. Stops Irritation; Sootheo and Heals._ You can get restful sleep after the first application. Price GOc. BUENOS AYRES,, Nov. 27.-1:110 Peruvian foreign office, according to reports received here on Monday, formally protested against auti- Perfl-vian riots in Chile and attacks on Peruvian consuls. 'In reply, theChileall foreign office 'declared thi^t the copj-plaint was unjustifiable, and was based on false information. RETURNS TO u. s. SEW YORK, Nov. 27.-John W. Davis, newly appointed United' States ambassador to Great Britain, was a passenger on the French liner Es-pagne, which arrived here today ivom Bordeaux. He was recently In Berne attending the conference of American and German delegates on the exchange of war prisoners. Great Praise Inspector Mundy of "D" division, A. P.P. has great praise for the aid- rendered the police in the recapture oC Laurie Plume, the Indian who escaped on Saturday while being taken to Calgary on a charge of horse stealing, by Indian Agent Dilworth of the Blood Reserve and Chief Indian Scout Ben Strangling W.oU. �^Strangling WoU was instrumental In effecting the first arrest of the prisoner, and on his escape also did good work which led to his recapture. Reserves Judgment. � Mr. Justice Simmons reserved judgment in the caiie of Hipp vs. the United Grain Grower.s Co., the Taber case over payment of* seven loads of flax which was opened on Tuesday. The case was concluded this morning. T'"? case of Archie Stewart vs. AroL j Clark-is being heard now. This case has to deal with the division of the crop On a farm rented on shares. A. E. Dunlop for the plaintiff, K. .\. Smith tor the defendant. GOOD BREAD We ai-e now selling the usual good bread at 10 Loaves for $1.00 Phone 1175 and the rig will call THE MODEL BAKERY N.J.SCHWEITZER, Proprietor IF YOU KNEW HOW QUAKER BREAD -----IS MADE--- -the care taken aodth^ ^eanliness, y^u would understand why it is so good. JOHN