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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PIANOI KDISOK AMINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Ivtrylhlng Muilral" tli ttrert Oculh Phone LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD' INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR HOUtE OtC, ORATINO, PAINT, WALL PAPER, KALftO. WINE. Efficient Work. Brat PHONE George Morgan, 964 llth St S. FISH A Fine Lot of Fresh and Smoked Fish for the Week End. DELANY'S Meat Co, Opp. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Food Soird Ltccnio Number CHILDREN'S SLEIGHS Nothing adds so much to tht kldditi' enjeymmt of winter a rict new sleigh. 'We Rave now on dftpl.v In our Toy in Ihe basemsni 3 very complfle ol Chlldran's Sltlghs. ranging in prices from 65c to THE KENNY CO, Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Store PHONt W. H. MacPHESON, D.C. CHIROPRACTOR The condition of your ilc- ierminca Ino extent of your health. TAKE SPINAL ADJUSTMENTS Address: McRae Block, Vulcan. Aita, Phone 101. If We Can please some customers for Si) sure we_can TOU. You can always jtt The faas! ol R. POULTRY Phone 492 The Alh-ru Meat Market Canada Food Board Llceosa Xumncr S-2S533. Gambicrc Fined A. raW on tiro camming gimss in Beiser1? and Joe Bwfidlni'i resulied in the tseppr of gjaio In each place betnj fined KA ami costs by Magistrate Trivia in the city police (courtJhls morciuj. Stard. iWllEon, Meekinj. Hallirl, PinEle, Mc- Cauley and Kim, .other men who wore islhlul in ai Ihe jimcs were each Qn- (ad'411) and coiii. AI! plsidcJ Bulltv. Magistrate Irwin vemed them that tLe nest time the fine would be heav-' ier. Let us show you how to save money on your Grocery purchases PEOPLE WHO HAVE ARRANGED THEIR BUYINOS SO AS TO HAVE ONE OOOO SIZED ORDER DE- LIVERKO A WEEK FIND THAT THEY ARE SAVING MONEY DOING BUHNESS OUR NEW WAY. THE SAVING ON THEIR TOTAL PURCHASES FAR MORE THAN PAYS THE SMALL CHARGE WE MAKE FOR DELIVERING. ARE YOU BUYING YOUR GOODS AS CHEAPLY AS YOU SHOULD? IF NOT, WHY NOT? WE CAN SHOW YOU HOW, V ON SALE-MelNTOSH RED The Good Co., Ltd. MAIN STOKE 329 6TH STREET SOUTH PHONE No. 525 TWO STORES NORTH BRANCH 240 13TH STREET NORTH PHONE No. -158 HIGH CLASS GROCERS- Cintdi Fond Board License No. Valises A FRESH SHIPMENT JUST TO HAND. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY. Hardware Supply Co. BUSINESS PHONES OFFICE 1SM MARKEFS 'WE CAN SUPPLY BEST UPLAND HAY PRICES RIGHT FREE FREIGHT form on ap- plication. F. 0. HYDE CO. PHOME 1244 LETHBNlOOE 1919 OFRCE DIARIES POCKET DIARIES AND CALENDAR PADS Plicc your otjer earlr- A few copies of N'ew Presbyterian Ilymn BCKJQ have arrived. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE Hotel Building. Pliant 1255. WINNMPEG, N'or. .cash- grain wrero very quiet on. the exchange today. .Oats'closed 2c lower j for December ami, 7jc lower for May.' Barley closed Ic jowcr lor Dccember-l -iiJtl ?ic lower for May. Flax closed oc higher for Novetnbar; }4c higher for December and nteher for. May. -I Winnipeg Markets, j Open Closo) CLEANLINESS You're always sale and sura here. Weatbrook Bros Sink or Montreal' WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR FURS Hides, P-hs, Etc. LETHBBIDGE HIDE, PELT FUR CO., LTD. Hear C.P.R. Telegraph OHIcaa Cor. -ita Ave. and 5th Street S .Pbonei; 799; Rtl. 335 Inference- Standard Banfe MSHAUWCe. LETHBRIDGE For all Kinds of HAY In carload lots and less, al right, prices. We now have some eitra good, ALFALFA to ofier.. Prompt shipment. Thrae kinds or CHOPPED FEED For dairy cota md jitter stock. We also bur and Mil POTATOES Any quantltj, Canada Food Board Xoa. 0-SM6 and 3-92L Just The Gruiof tJ M Twics. And whh the gruteit of benefit by Tlu Victims Phone or Send Your Orders At Once to The Frank Hediey Drue Go. Phone December May -Voreniber December Jfay 10S 113 10W 34114 Cash N'o. 2 C.W...S1 No. 3 Kslre TKced No. 1 Feed, Fesd, 1Z No. 3 lOGlj 'No. i C.W., 1G1U Rejected Feed.................I.........Sfitt No. I N.W.C...................263 Xo. 2 C.W...............1.....351 I Calgary Livestock NOT. cattle marVel a lIULc today, al- though prices arc practically unchang- ed There tvpre only a ierc- carloads. of fresh stock. Top tof J12.5Q; fat COVT5, IT.jO. Hogs, fed ;ind watered, J1C.75. After the 'Flu You Need a NYALS' CREOPHOS is :i good tonic for this purpoie. ThU i; compound ot HypophoapliateB, Wild Chtrry and CreOHOte.coiubined with tue true mfdltlnil eitractlves (ound in the hMt Cod Liver Oil. Quick in action and to Late. Price ifle bottle RED CROSS DRUG LTD. renn CITY AND DISTRICT Is Dangerously III Pie. Gco. Herbert of Clares- lOlui is ra pur led lu lodftj'a casuaHloi, as dangerously 111. Retail Cltrkc Meet The Ilclnll Clerks will liold a meet- US on Monday irlglit In the Coaser- vntory of Music building. Died on Service Today's casualties report II. K. Jlil- iier, Raymoml, as having died. Harry Wallace, Fenn'e, has rcpatrla'iod. For Assault 'Harry Palters'uii was coiuniiitcd for trial by Magistrate Irtvin aii a charge of aEaauHlng J. A, Smith ttie auction- eer, some time ago. Band Practices TUB members oS the (Jtj- baud are ftqnesteil'lo.nicet on Friday evening t Iha baud room in tho Conservatory at 3. SO prompt, when tlie reg- pni dices will Lo Presumed. Ask That Public ..Works -Be Opened Possible OTTAWA, Xor. the session of the second day of ite build- ers' ami contractors' llie reporL ot the cammlUee on organlza- 'tlorj contained a change in the "name of the nssociatloa to the "Canadian i Building actj Const ruction Industries." The most Important discussion o? Ihe morDJDg centred aronnU Lbo aciion _to be taken by the "board of (be com- mittee on the hnlldips clluailon. H was decided-to vail'upon the minis- ter public worifu lu request the fieparlinent to La'xe action as lollops: "To advocate tfte use ol Canadian materials posollile, raw or 'inished, en all pcblic buildings. j "To commence'operations as soon as possible on all delayed BOvcraroeDt i "To call os all worta' let under the dry dock aubsidy'acts. wllti plans and specifications instead r present. I "To grant aid .far che purpose of, permanent national roads, gucfi work (o be Jet out by, lender. "That anr Tork for federal or pro- vincial EOTemmenU be eseculsJ'un- der a statotory form of contract. "That to hare repreaen- lation on. any federal Iiouslnff 'coni- "Tba.t the department, consider Ihe adTisabililj- of proceeding at 'Once wltli the Mousing now bc- torc the jovernrneni a to providinp proper acconvnotfaliDn for Indus (rial workers acri elinilqattnE slum diatricU In large "To subsidize the- rtcveVopmcnt 01 Canada's r.alurai wtierever necessary to caTr.pgtf: foreign rna- terlJls." Arriyed The English curative Wadding for- coughs, colds, rheujgnktUnii neu- ralgia, bronchitis, sciati- ca, elc.; etCiVcic. A PACKAGE J.DJQ1 Limited "Alberta's Pioneer Druggiitt" Wholesale and Retail Chemists Phone; 1515 and 322 I Former t Ttacher MILK Owing to Ihc fact thai tlic have LncL'easeJ the of to us we wlU bo conipctleO to advance the price of milk and cream to the prices ou anil atlcr Xovcru- bcr'27tll. Milk in quart bottles 17c Milk in pint bottles 9c Table Cream, a half pint 20c Whipping Cream, a pint 25c Buttermilk, per quart 7c The iiuljllc will kindly understand Ilisl the advinco in.prlco goes to the producer. The citti cost or half a cent on pint bolUcs li dun to the extra ost or delivering In pint hollies. People wlailn hould order In quart bottles aa UIB milk bclnt cost or delivering In pint hollies. People wlailni to tbls should order In quart bottles aa UIB milk bclnt jmttturlzsi will keep nils cool weather. "iilsS Gertrude Knottr n nurse .at Ihc voolenay general hospital, Xel- on, died from Influenza, aged 22. She taught'school at Foremost in 1S1G. nternem laok place al Crcston. Hon. Dr. King 111 Hun. J. H. King, minister of public orts In tbe B. C. goycrnmenl is ill Itli influenia nt Victoria, lie camp, to liratibrook-.and Fernto lo lielp ilurlng! :he cpldemit there anl on Ills rttuni to Uio coast became ilL Not Turned In Yet Tho HeralJ- utiderslsnds Hint tlio new gas well of the Natural Gas Co. Oarnu-ell, though'IL ahoirs a good flow ot gas, baa not been turned lu "i and that considerable wort la to be done before it ivill bex attacbcrl to the lines supplying Leihbridgc, Cal- gary and Intermediate points. Jas. 'Gtenitier Dead E. J. Sebi this morbiiijf received tlift o[ the dcatL at u[ Jas. Glenlater, former maiiager ol Metals, Limited, here. The late Jlr. Glenlstor had beep IH for five Keeks. '.vsll ki-own in Lethbrldge and on leavinf h'ere went" to L'dmonton, later to Winnipeg aa manr-ger of tho plumbing department of Ash- down's Hardware. A widOTT anil H! couple of children sun-lye blai. D Crystal Dairy 'Phone 1576 ThanXi of Wesley Church The'poster'and'officials of Wesley church wlsli to convey their the Jlev. Burns of Knox church tor Ihc privilege of charge of the evening- serrlce on Sunday iicv. Canon Mc- Millan of Sr, for offering IHC use 01 his church for tm'nrterhoou service; 'to (ho Hev. Mr. Curlts Toy Ins ofi'er ot union servl JCK In the Chris- tian church; and lo Mr. George Flem- ing, proprietorJ.OL Stanand theatre, for iiis offw.of opeulng his theatre for any anil all Sunday sorvice-s until such time as church ivcuM to ready for occupancy- While genuinely nu- lircciallng tlie feiiulness of-all con- cerned, alter due deliberation, the of- ficials decided lo accept ihe kfnrl offer of and so will worship Cured in 5 to 14 Day: GERMAN CONVENTION Copth-V' conventlori o1 dele- gates, representing all the sold- iers' and workmen's councils In-' Germany been fumrrrflnitf to meet-in-Berlin on Dec. 16. FORMAL PROTtST, UUENOS Nov. TUo Peruvian, foreign office, according reports received hero ou Monday, for- mally protested against anil- Perft- vlau rlqts In Chllc-aiid aLtacks on Pc- consuls. -'-lu reply, foreign office 'il "the plaint untustltlahlCy and was bas- ed -pji false InformaliOD. RETUHNV-TU u.-5. SEW YORK, NOT. Ha- via-, newlj- appointed Untied''Stales ambassador to Urn at .BriLuin, IJnssenger on ihe Frsach 'Jlner Ea- money If PAZO OINTMENT--falls to cure Itch'.ne.rPagnfr, which arrived today from Labor Ulind, Biecdliig or Protruding Bordeaux. He was recently fn Boriia Xow.tliaL the ban will lifted onlsiops Irritation; Soolheo and Heals, attending the conference of American meetings, the different labor can get restful sleep nfler (he and German delegates on eicitacgo Izatlona vrlll be getting in line again, [tlral application. Price COc. of war prisoncra. On Friday Postal Workers anil Letter Carriers .meet in the Labor Hall; TJninn; Mon- day, the Earbera Union; and Wediics- DISCKARGE HUN SOLDIERS AMERICAN ARMY OF OCCU- PATION, Nov. Cernun toldtere, with I exception claitei o1 1898 and 1SM, are being die- charged as rapidly pcmible, ac- cording to the Amerjcan 3rd SELLING STOCK3. GENEVA.- Nov. Germans ;nd Auitrianf, hexied by the forrnir- reyal -family, are telling their stock holding it any price, fearing that the revolution will result, at It dtd for the weal- thy, families in the, IMI of their private fortunes. day nextT the Trades anil Labor Cour.- cll. The iiewly-iormeLl Civic Employ- ees Feilerll Union No. 70 will also net slarfed, end will proaalily hold a meet, ng floiic tlmo next week. i Qreai praite Inspector Jlundy of "D" division, A. P.P. has great praise tor Ihe aid ren- dered Ihe police in the rocHptiirc- of Laurie PhiTce, the Indian who escaped on Saturday while being lakcii to Cal- gary on a charge of horse Eleallng, by Indian Asonl Dllworth o! Ihe nlood Reserve and Chief Indian Scout Ben Slranjllng Wolf. Wolf was Instmrnental In cffecllng the Hral arrosl of Iho prisoner, and on his es- cape also did. good wort which led lo his recapture. Cold: Cause Headicriel and Pains FiTcrlsn Body Pains caused (ran a colil are .soon relieved by taking LAXATIVE BR05IO QU1N INK Tahlcts. There's (inly one "Bromo Qulnlnk." II sieaalcre ou Ihc lioj. Tl-' Judgment. Mr. Ju-tlce Simmons reserved Jildc- nient ID the case of Hipp vs- llic Unit- ed Grain Co., the Tabor case orer payment ofseYCD loads of'flax which was opened on Tuesday. rase was concluded morning. TVT case of Archie Stewart vs. ArcL j Clark-la uelog heard now. This case has to deal nith tlic division of the crop on a farm rented on A. Dnnlop for tho plaintiff. It. A. Smlth'for Hie defendant. GOOD BREAD We arc now selling Ihe usual good hread at 10 Loaves for Phone 1175 and the rig will calL THE MODEL BAKERY i N. J.' SCHWEITZER, Proprietor NOTICE! WE HAVE MOVED TO OUR AT 1H 13TH STREET N. AND ARE v._ p OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL NINE O'CLOCK Phone 445 4 Open Sunday from 2 la 4 7 W THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE IF YOU KNEW HOW QUAKER BREAD care taken and ihe cleanliness, you would understand why il is so good. JOHN -GILMORE, LIMITED, BAKERS CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMIER 5-471 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE OFFICE STATIONERY OFFICE FURNITURE TILING CASINET3 TVPEWRITERS MIMEOGRAPHS ADDING MACHINES WE CARRY THE STOCK PRINTING, PAPER RULING AND BOOKBINOINfl EVERALL FRANKS Sinnott Block Come.- 4th Ave. and Mh Prwnt IW7 ;