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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOt^DHEIMER PIANOS * BDI80N PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everything Musical" t1S 6th Street South Phone 1543 GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street 8. Rhone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reaion-able Prieei. '1 FOR THANKSGIVING TURKEYS, GEESE, DUCKS, CHICKENS, FOWLS, FRESH KILLED DELANY'S Meat Co. Phone 452 Opposite Dallas Hotel Canoda Food Board License Number 9-2664 Stop That Bark" WITH K. AND WHITE PINE COUGH SYRUP WITH TAft If you have a stubborn cougb. it' your lungs are inflamed and your a'r passages irritated, this spleiidi^ Cough Syrup will afford the relief you seek promptly and without any hannfiri after-effects. K. & A. White Pine Cough Syrup with Tar is a healing remedy compounded of MTiite Pine Bark. Menthol. Tar. Wild Cherry and other veil known ingredients. Get a bottle of this effective remedy as soon as possible. Sold in two si::es, 25c and 50c. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Z Store PHONE 1487 This Shop is Known for Good Work and * Cleanliness. Westbrook Bros, Opposite Bank of Montreal NOW IN STOCK * GLUTEN-FEED '100 LB. SACKS SREATEST MILK PRODUCER F. 0. HYDE & CO. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE ARLOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 sixth Avenue S. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-6330 M BEGINNING TO ADVANCE DEMOCRACY Copenhagen, Oct. 11.-The work-^ ing of the leaven in Germany is illustrated by a decree of the crown council of Saxony summoning the landtag to convene on Oct. 26. The decree directs the minister of the interior to draft a measure "which shall sub-sBtute\for the franchise now obtaining for the landtag's second chamber a franchise based on a broader foundation," Saxony has today a franchise system of four complete classifications. Prussia's system has three classes. CASUALTIES Machine Guns-Killed in action: Lieut. W. C. Finn. Belmont, JIass.; LieuL Thomas Collins, Broadview. Sask. Wounded: X. Mongon, Pinch-er Creek, Aita.; A. L. McDougall, Medicine Hat. Engineers-Died: H. Deacon, Cranbrook, B.C. Wounded: J. W. Campbell Dow. JI.D.. Creston. B.C. Medical Services - Died of wounds: Lieut. T. W, Saul. Hamilton, Ont. Services-Died of wounds: Cadet N. M. Murray, Killam. Alta.; Capt. W. D. Whitehead. Vancouver. i � UNDERTAKING �Wo are selline our entire sfock at lower prices. Call and Bee UB. Onr HOME MADE and FAC-rORY GOODS to sell at 15% �tt. MOTOR EQUIPMENT MacKAY&MacKAY 803 3r4 Ave. S., Lethbridge Phone 1802 Never Closed The joy of feeEng fit and fresh rewards those who heed the laws of health, and koep the habits regular with U>�wt Sflm of mar MeiKcioe im t%* World, wner*. Sola la boxM. ZSc SOCIAL CLUB DANCES KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HALL SEASON: 1918-1919 SATURDAY NIQHT DANCES WILL BE HELD IN THE K.P. HALL EVERY SATURDAY EVENING FROM 9.00 TILL 12, COMMENCING SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12 THE BEST MUSIC IN THE CITY GOOD FLOOR GOOD TIME FOR ALL Admiiilon: Gents $1.00, Ladles Free, Plus War Tax, 5 Cent* VETERANS HALF PRICE LETHBRIDGE TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL MASSlE WILL BE HELD IN THE LABOR HALL TONIGHT AT EIGHT P.M. To Discuss the Freight Handlers' Strike ALl, ORGANIZED LABOR SHOULD ATTENb AND RAILWAY ORGANIZATIONS ARE SPECIALLY INVITED. THANKSGIVING SPECIALS DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY TOMORROW AS WE CLOSE MONDAY. STORE OPEN UNTIL NINE O'CLOCK ONLY ON SATURDAY'S. Apples, No. 2 Kings, equal in quality to No. 1, all except color, per case ................. 2.65 No. 1 Mcintosh Reds, ppr case ............. 3.25 Orchard Run Mcintosh Reds, per case......2.30 Pears, Winter Nellis, per case ............ 3.65 Pears, Winter Noilis. per basket .............65 Pears, Beaurre D'Anjou, extra quality, winter pears, per case .......................... 4.25 Cranberries, best quality, per lb.............20 Crab Apples, Hyslops, per case ............ 2.70 Concord Grapes, fresh stock, per basket .,____,.60 Fresh Celery, per lb........................ .09 Green Tomatoes, per case ......;.......... 1.20 Pickling Onions, per lb.......................10 Per basket of 16 lbs...................... 1.0O Oleomargarine, Swift's Premium. Special demonstration tomorrow afternoon and evening. Per lb.........................................38 Cooking Onions, good winter stock, 7 lbs. for>.25 ^booking Onions, per owt................... 3.25 Turnips, 12 lbs. for.........................,-25 Carrots. 9 lbs. fop .............�----..........25 Beets, 9 lbs. for ..... ..................... -SS Potatoes, dry mealy stock, per cwt.........2,25 Cooking Butter, per lb................... -40 Fresh Oysters, solid pack, shipments now coming in regularly. Shelled Walnuts, per lb.............^....... -85 Shelled Almonds, per lb.....................60 Pumpkin, Maple Leaf, per tin ................23 Pumpkin, Libby's solid pack ................28 preserved Fruits, Goodivillles,. Raspberries, Peaches, Pears, etc., per bottle.............37 Strawberries, per bottle ..............:......47 Canned Tomatoes, Royal City, Goody Goody or Tartan brands, all the best brands, per tin .21 Maple Syrup, Bowes, absolutely pure, laroe bottles, each............................ .67 King Beach Pure Raspberry Jam, 4's, each .. .90 Wagstaffe's Black CurraiV- Jam, 4's, each,...,^ .92 DOES OUR NEW SYSTEM PAY YOU? ASK THOSE WHO DEAL HERE, GET OUR CATALOGUE FOR FULL LIST OF Pf?ICES. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED ^High-Class Cash Grocers CANADA FOOO BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 Phone 525 GREETS I Winnipeg. Oct. 11.-There was no ; change in the cash markets with no � demand. j Oats closed %c lower for October jand !JsC lower for December. I Barley closed %c lower for October i and '4 c lower for December. Flax closed 9c lower for October; 7%c lower for November and Sc lower for December. Winnipeg Markets. \ Oats- Open I October ................SO i December .............. j Barley- I October ................OTii Close 79�s 73% i December I Barley- I October .. December Flax-October .. November December 7412 100 97 73% .''7V> 99 32G 317 H 309 . 797s No. 3�.W... 7 teed ........... No. 2 feed.. 6% 76% 71% 92% ..... O.TJ ..... 323 ..... 315 Cash Prices Oats-Xo. 2 C.W.. Extra No. 1 No. 1 feed.. 74% Barley-No. 3 C.W.. . 97% No. 4 C.W.. Rejected and reed ........... Fiax- No. 1 N.W.C...................331 Calgary Cattle Calgary, Oct. 11.-Receipts at the Alberta stockyards today were very heavy, ipariicularly in cattlo. Many cars were' still unloaded at 2 o'clock this afternoon. There were heavy consignments of stockers and a fair amount of first quality steers offering. Prices rule "the same as yesterday. The tendency, however, was :o lower quotations. Very few hogs offered with prices stationary. Blackleg Filtrate "Lederle" stockmen and Ranchers will be glad to know tllat we now have a stock of this valuable preventative for Blackleg. We have them sizes: in different Package of 10 Doses ..... $2.00 Package of 50" Doses ..... $8.00 Package of 100 Doses ... $15.00 Syringes, each ........... $5.00 THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Sueeetsors to Jackson & Co. Tefipheries'S5ii and 1282 Sherlock , Building CITY AND DISTRICT Winnlfred Man Wounded Ete.' Durlantl Steele of Winnlfred has been wounded. His father lives j at Arden, Ont. Trades Council Tonight There will be a mass meeting of the trades unionists of the city in the labor temple tonight. FRENCH PRAISE BRIIISH� Paris, Oct. 11.-France generously recognizes the deb.t due to the British troops for the victory at Cambrai. The Petit Parisien says: "It is Indeed a great British victory that has just been won on the hattle-field from Cambrai to St. Quentln. We ,say deliberately that it is a British victory, for although an American division did, on Tuesday and Wedne.s-day last, give our allies aid by its magnificent dash, and although Gen. De-beny's army has for a long time past contributed effective a.ssiatance,' it was, nevertheless,- the British who bore the hruht of the fighting." CABlifHlSIERS ALK AT VANCOUVER Vancouver, Oct. 11.-Four federal cabinet ministers are to address a public meeting here tonight under the auspices of the . Vancouver Unionist association. The ministers are Gen. Mewbum and Messrs. Burrell, Carveli and Calder. Ministers Burrell and Ca\dbr addressed the Canadian club this afternoon. Sir Thomas White is to be here next Tuesday. Arrangements have boon made for him to address the Canadian club and tlie board of trade at a joint luncheon and to speak at a mass meeting in the evening. "SPANISH FLU" j Kverybndy i^' rnvrus and ap preliensivo these days rega-ln;s the prevailirp epidemic. Whether or not i: differs from the older and familiar forms of In-flu'enza is debatable. From the other side of the line comes the report that Oil of Eucalyptus used freely on pieces of gauze instead of handkerchiefs has been found a wonderfully effective assistance in the treatment of the trouble. We have a piim quality of the oil in bottles at 25c 1 d. Higiflbolham � Co -- Limited -- Tktt Alierta'g Plancor DniogIit*> WhelofeJl* and Ratal! Chamlata, Phones 1518 ano 322 Dr. Weeks a Visitor Dr. O. D. Weeks of Cardston, who is connected with the military registrar's staff of District No. 13, is on two weeks' leave and visited the c't,y yesterday. Cince Cancelled OMiiS to thi! outbreak of Spanish Influenza the Nexl-of-Kin ha.^ decided to postpone their dance, which was to have been held on Monday until a later date to be decided. Will Manage Store F. Thaell lias engaged Wni. Docker of Calgary to take charge of his new" store recently taken over from W. B. Kester. Mr. Docker has assumed his duties as manager and is bringing his family to Lethbridge next week. Death of Child There died in the city this morning, October 11, Dorothy, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William McArthur, 525 19th Street north. Tlie funeral will take place tomojjrow afternoon at 2.30 from Fettarly's Undertaking Parlors. Interment will be made in the public cemetery. Irish Apples When Old Boreas puffs his cheeks . and blows a chill December gale 'twill i be too late by far to seek a chance to trade your spuds for kale. All heated cars will busy be a-toting grub to Europe's war. there will be none for you and me but box or, flat or cattle cars. Then hasten while the sun doth .shine and all the skies are clear and j brigiit to ship your spuds along with I mine and get your kale that very 'night. Varm Products, Limited, Sherlock Building, Phone 777. 2.;i6-1 Formerly of ^armangay. Corporal Louis Milton Morton. JI.M., son of Mr. and i\Ir�. Arthur W, Morton, Calgary, has been officially reported killed in action, Sept. 1. Corporal Morton enlisted in Moose Jaw In 191.5 with''-the 46th Battalion, afterwards transferring to the 16th Canadian Scottish, and was awarded the Military Medal in August for bravery. Before enlisting he had been employed in the Bank of Hamilton for several years, having served in the Cayley, Carmangay. Winnipeg and Moose Jaw branches. SOCIALISTS DISAGREE Paris, Oct. 11.-The Socialist national congres.s "has failed to achieve the object for which it wag lifeld to draw np a program to which the parly could subscribe a.s a whole. Votes taken on various programs showed that 1,212 delegates supported the old majority headed by Pierre Ren-audel; ],.')28 for the former minority headed hy Jean Longuet and 181 for the centrists or moderates. A small extreme element voted with the Longuet adheroqts. n. T. Williams, registrar of tho supreme court and county courts at Cranbrook for the past year, has accepted a position as accountant and offloe manager of the Edmonton Bulletin. QUAKER BREAD is a Real Victory Loaf Quaker bread contains 10% of substitutes as required by the Food Controller. The substitutes are barley flour, corn flour, oat flour and oatmeal. Quaker bread is today a better eating and keeping loaf than It ever was before the use of substitutes. The substitutes we use give the loaf flavor and keep it _ moist. ,  John Gilmore. Limited/^Bakeii.* ^ SSI^ISI^S, DOCTOR'S FATAL MISTAKE. Brantford, Ont., Oct. U.-Taking cy-i anide of potassium in mistake for me-: dicine, Dr. Charles A. Jarvis, well known- Brantford druggist, died' with-; in a few minutes in his store yesterday morning. He knew of his mistake i immediately, but before medical aid j could reach him ho had collapsed and \ did not regain consciousness. He came here from Toronto five years ago. me in DO NOT OVERLOOK OtJR SPECIAL SALE on all STOVES, RANGES and HEATERS AND REMEMBER THAT A POOR CARVING KNIFE HAS SPOILED MANY THANKSGIVING DINNERS. WE STILL HAVE AN EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT OF HIGHEST QUALITY SHEFFIELD STEEL CUTLERV AT BEFORE THE WAR PR'iCES. THESE CANNOT BE BROUGHT INTO THE COUNTRY TODAY. BETTER ACT QUICKLY WHILE OUR STOCK LASTS. Consumers' Hardware and Supply Company 120 FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1212 ANNOUNCEMENT Big dance, Monday, October 14th, in Raymond opora house; good music; four piece orchestra; three pumpkin pies served to all. 252-ij The Next-of-Kin arc , holding a whist drive and dance in the Veterans Club on Monday, August 14th. Proceeds for Xmas parcels for "the boys overseas. 254-4 Parties wishing to go on a hunting trip Monday. October I4tli, Spence's Auto Livery knows the spot tor chickens. Phone 1142. 255-3 Next-of-Kin whist drive and dance in the GreatNVVar Veterans' club rooms, on Thanksgiving Day, Oct. 14. Needs' orchestra in attendance. Admission 7oc. Proceeds to send parcelsi for boys ove.r.seas. tendance. R. Burgraann in charge. Gents 75 cents; ladies tree with exception of the war tax. ' 256-1 His experienc"es in'the war zone, will be tho subject of an address to be given by W. A, Buchanan, M.P., In , the United Church next Monday Bight at S o'clock. There wJU be a feood musical program. Admission 3? cents. 256-1 The , Postmaster-General states that Christmas parcels for the Canadian expeditionary forces in France should be mailed in time to bo despatched from Canadian ports not later than the middle of November. 6S "The Willis Piano Store service for Victor Records is now generally recognized as the best in Southern Alberta. We have what you want." 256-1 A dance will be held in Burgmann's hall, 13th street north, every Saturday night. Two-piece orchestra in at- Wanted TWO LADY DEMONS-TRATORS FOR SATURDAY IN GROCERY STORE Phone 1861 255-2 NOTICE ford Garage 3rd Ave. S. Phonie 633 1 Chevrolet Touring Ciar, first class condition, new tire*. 1 Ford Truck, In A1 runnlnfl order. The above cars are for sale cheap, so act quick and get a bargain. .  252-0 SELLS HER SOUL FOR A DRESS IS THE THEME OF "TODAY." SEE IT AT THE EMPRESS TOMORROW. FRESH KILLED YOUNG TURKEYS FOR THANKSGIVING Customers are asked to kind' ly let us have their orders not later than Friday'night. R. COULTRY Phone 492 Tha AlbarU Meat Marktt Canada Food Board I