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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnOHEIMER PIANOS RDISON PHONOGRAPHS AS8INIB0IA MUSIC CO.. ltd. "EverythiHQ Musical" 815 6th Street South Phone 1545 GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th street 8. Phone 1483 Prompt and Re'liiible Work Done at Re�oii. able Pricea. . .  . ... all unnecessary expense eliminated, you GET THE benefit. our business keeps - growing. there is a reason. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canada food board licensej^umber 8-599 Phone 525 MARKETS } Winnipeg. Oct 12.-The market was ; iluU and featureless. Monday, Oct. ! li, being Thanksgiving Day the ex-j change will be closed all day. i Oats closed l%c lower (or October i and Vic lower for December, i Barley dosed 140 lower for October ; and -^c lower for December, i Flax closed jC lower for October: I a'.4c lower for Xovember and I'c low-ei" for December. Winnipeg Markets "Stop That Bark" with k. and a. white pine cough syrup with tar It you have a stubborn cough, if your lungs are inflamed and your air passages irritated, this splendid Cough Syrup will afford the relief you seek promptly and without any harmful after-effects. K. & A. �RTiite Pine Cough SjTup with Tar is a healing remedy compounded of "\Miite Pine Bark, Menthol, Tar, Wild Chert-y aTid other well known ingredients. ^ Get a bottle of this effectiTe remedy as soon as possible. Sold in two sizes, 25c and 50c, THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Z store PHONE 1487 Oais- Oct...... j Dec...... '\ IBarley-; ;Oct. ... .. i Dec...... Flax- Oct.'..... Nov...... Dec...... 'Open Close 79- -:!% 97 V'-11S>I 7.SVi ...... ."L'O ...... ;uou Cash Prices Xo. 3 C. AV. 97 9S� �J07 A FORECAST Ford Motor Company, Detroit, will .discontinue the manufacture of passenger cars for the use of the genera* public as soon as their present stocks at assembly branches are exhausted. .They will manufacture passenger cars for the United States government 'only. The War Trade Board of the I'nited States has stated that H it is necessary to restrict the manufacture of passenger cars In order "to speed up war work by releasing labor, material and fuel, that they ivill do it, even to the length of absolutely closing down upon Che manufacture of passenger cars. The automobile manufacturer who lias the inetrest of the industry at' J'our interest. Vou win heart hopes that the governmenc nay i that we will be able to be able to carry through its war program without too greatly interfering Avith the industry hut realizes the war must be won-thai is the oae great consideration-all el^e is and, it the government believes that further re.strictioh of passenser car output is necessary in order to take care of the war program', the government's wishes should be curried into effect itnhesitatingly. Ford Motor Company of Detroit has acted voluntarily. Its entire energies will be centered on war ma*3rials- cars for the government, aeroplane en. gines. cylinders, helmets, tanks and submarine chasers. Other.United States manufacturers are making at least a 50 per cent, reduction at the present. We suggest that if ;. on desire a c^r. to take it now when it can be had and at present prices. This is a suggestion only and in appreciacf:' r-ell '.naiiy times over the nuiifoer o\ 'c'ars we No. 2 Feed 70 u No. \ C. W. 9:'4 ......... SS .........32i; No. 2 C. W. 79 Kxira No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed 73vi Barlev- No. C. W. 97 Rejected and Feed ....., Flax-No. 1 N. W. C.......... Calgary Cattle Calgary. Oct. U'.-There are a large number of cattle in the yards and trade is slow, but prices are about the s.ime as ye.=terda.v. Top beef, Sll'.dO to S12.50: cows. ?S.Ofl to $S..')0; stock-incidental i ers SS to $'V.50. Hogs. SIS.25 off cars. Hogs took a drop of $1.00 a hundred [ from the last sales, and on Monday all sales of hogs will he fed and watered. ill 7{. S. Pelletier. proprietor of the Monarch mill, would like to learn from each of the 'farmers in that di.>;trict the amount of grain they would like to have ground this season, if the same satisfaction is given as in the past. He would like a letter from each farmer staling their wishes and the amount of grain to be ground in order that he may decide whether it will pay to start the mill, and- as soon as gets the.Je replies he will . \\ri gets the.Je replies he will. notify are able to get. ; 1,- customers through the Herald You-R-ill. therefore, b--.guided by the j u-hen milling operations will begin, Church Notice CHRISTIAN SCIENCE , SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street S. Sunday Service, 11 a.m. Subject: "Wre Sin and Death Real 7" ' Sunday School iconvenes at the close of the Sunday niorn-ihg service. �Wednesday Evening: Testimony meeting at 8 p.m. Thanksgiving Day Service at 11 a.m. Subject: "Thanksgiving" The reading room is open daily except Sundays and legal holidays, from 3 -to 5 p.m. Here, .the Bible and authorized Christian Science literature may he read, borrowed or purchased. The public is coj-dially invited to attend the church services, also to visltthe reading room. consideration of lir.-t come, first served. The Ford Garage. 1232 3rd Ave.. South. Lethbridge, Alta. THE WEATHER High Low 78 42 . Forecast: Fair and moderately warm. This Shop is Known for Good Work and Cleanliness. West brook Bros, Opposite Bank of Montreal and arrange by phone as to the dates on 'which grain from each will be re-ceived.-^Advt. DEMANDS IMMEDIATE TREATMENT Influenza is prevalent in many secUoiis of the country. It is a serious ailment and we should use all precaution against its lUtacks., Influenza is contagious and the germ is carried very readily-BE PREPARED. the following remedies are very useful and effective: Oil Eucalyptus, ounce ................. Formaldehyde, ounce ................ Antiseptic Throat Gargle, 3 ounces ..... Antiseptic Throat Tablets, box .......... Nasal Douche; (glass)........... Atomizers, . each....... 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c LOO CITY AND DISTRICT G.W.V.A. Meetings Cancelled. There will be no further meetings of the G. W. V. A. held until the epidemic of Spanish iftfluonzd Is over. Thanksgiving Service. The Christian Science Society will hold Thanksgiving services at 11 a. ra. Subject: "Thanksgiving." Lawn Bowling. Weather permitting the usual holiday game will be played Monday. -Menlbers are requested to be on tlie green at 10 a.m. sharp. > ' Monster Spuds. W. R. Fowler, 415 Iflth St. holds the palm for the largest potatoes so tar this season, having brought to the Herald two specimens, one weighing 2 pounds 1'^ oz. and the other 2 pounds 3 oz Rare Potatoes This Year, Alex. � M. .McDonald is displaying some very, .good specimens of potatoes. 12 beauties being displayed in the Pilling Land Co. window weighing 27 lbs. THE RED CROSS DRUG � BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson A, Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building Open Air Lecture. The Christian Science Society of Lethbridge announces a free public lecture oh Christian Science by John Randall Dunn, C.S. of St. Louis, member of the board of lectureship of the Mother church, the First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, to he held in G.alt Gardens tomorrow tSuuday) at three o'clock. ' Green Goods. Alfalfa hay is all the rage. It's fine ami sweet and full of pep. It's bards jhave filled full many a page and still it hasn't lost its rep. Why feed the kine vhen winter comes on sandy knolls ancl powdered snow while you enjoy your pruiies and plums and once a week a movie show ? Then don't you think it's time to place an order where 'twill do most good? "i'ou do? Welt then if that's the case just pass the word. You really should. Farm Products. Ltd. SUNDAY HOURS HEDLEY DRUG Co. .Afternoon -A^--2 to 4 Evening ^ - ^7- to 9 now in stock GLUTEN-FEED 100 lb. sacks greatest milk producer F. 0. HYDE & CO. phone 1244 lethbridge UNDERTAKING We are selling our entire stock at lower prices. Call and see us. Our HOME MADE and FACTORY GOODS to sell at 15% Pff. motor equipment MacKAY & MacKAY 80� 3rd Ave, S., Lethbridge Phone 1802 Nover Closed ^ HOURS ON Thanksgiving Day OUR BUYER SEES THAT WE ARE ABLE TO SERVE YOU WITH THE BEST MEATS fresh killed daily R. COULTRY PKone 492 The Alberu Meat-Market Canada Food Board License Number 8-28692. Flu' Flashes 17, Cases, Halifax. Halifax, N.S., Oct. 12.-Seventeen new cases of Spanish iniinenza v/ere reported among the civilian � population this morning. 50 Deaths, Montreal, Montreal, Oct. 12.-Fifty deaths from Spanish influenza were reported { to the health authorities here today. Two hundred and two fresh cases have been reported. , 5 Deaths, Sherbrooke. Sherbrooke, Que., Oct. 12.-Five more deaths from Spanish influenza were reported to the health authorities this n;orning. The number of new cases, however, are reported to.he decreasing. 2100 Die In Week. Philadelphia, Pa.. Oct. 12.-Deaths from all causeg in Philadelphia during the week ending at noon today vrere :!.324, compared with 1,191 last week and 452 in the correi^ponding week last year. Of llieae. 1,6.')7 were from influenza and 438 from pneumonia.  Dead Lying Unburied. Polt-Jville, Pa.. Oct. 12.-The influenza Bituation at irinersville, near here, is appalling. Application has been made to the state for troops and authorities said that the town would be under military control by tonight. Local authorities say the situation Is entirely beyond their control. There are .several houses where the dead have laid for several days without attention. Baer's Cure. Pittsburg, Pa.j Oct. 12.-In response to hundreds of telegrams from medical meji throughout the country today, j Dr. George F. Baer, of the homeopa-' thic hospital staff, this afternoon made public the formula of his discovery announced yesterday of a cure and prevet)tative of Spanish influenza. "SPANISH FLU" Everybody is nervous and apprehensive these days regarding the prevailing epidemic. �WTiether or not It differs from the oilier and familiar forms of Influenza 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 pure quality of the oil in bottles at ' mem a DO NOT OVERLOOK OUR 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 ASSORTMENTOF HIGHEST QUALITY SHEFFIELD S^EEL CUTLERY AT BEFORE THE WAR PRICES. THESE CANNOT BE BROUGHT iNTd THE COUNTRY TODAY. BETTER ACT QUICKLY WHILE OUR STOCK LASTS.' Consumers' Hardware and Supply Company 120 FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1212 BORN. CHAPMAN-Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chapman, 417 2nd Street S., on Oct. 10th, a daughter. 257-1 ANNOUNCEMENT Buy your next Victor records at the Willis Piano Store, We have it. 257-1 Death at Vulcan. Vulcan .Advocate.-The death of Mrs. Hu^h Jlclntosh took place at (he home near Lomond on Monday, Oct. 7th, after a prolonged illness. The. deceased wa.s a daughter of Mr. Ainley, who formerly lived in High River, and for several years Mr. and Jlrs. Mcintosh resided in High River. The deceased was 39 years of age and leaves ' a husband and five young sons to j mourn the loss of a loving wife and mother. The funeral took place on Wednesday and burial was made at the burial grounds at Lomond. Big dance, Monday, October 14th,i in Raymond opera house; good music; four piece orchestra; three pumpkin pies served^'to all. 252-6 The Next-ot-Kin are holding- a whist drive and dance in the 'Veterans Club on Monday, August 14th. Proceeds for Xmas parcels lor the boys overseas. . 254-4 25c X d. Higiflbotham � Co � Limited --- Tbtt Alierta'i Plantar OruBB'�t�* Whalosals and Retail Chemlita, Phones 1515 and 322 Southern Men Vice-Presidents The Alberta municipalities convention-elected the following officers: Honorary preside'nt. Mayor Holden, of V'egreville; president. Dr. Crystal, of Carstalrs; first vice-president. Mayor Bennion, of Magrath; second vice-pre-sident. Com. Freeman, of Lethbridge: secretary-treasurer. J; D. Saunders, of Caiurose; executive committee. Aid. Kinney, .Edmonton; Commissioner Meech. Lethbridge; Mayor Kidney, Fort Saskatchewan; Secretary-Treasurer Rich, Magrath; .Mayor Holmes, Claresholm; Secretary Brown, Drum-. j heller; Secretary-Treasurer Welton ' North, Rod Deer. GASUALIIES ST EAVY The treatment, he salS, ia a hypodermic injection of a stprile solution representing 1.54 gram^ of . iodine in chemical combifiati(pi with creosote and guaicol. In experiments conducted here since the outbreak of influenza, D'r. Baer said patients in acute stages of the disease have been made well In a few 1 days. It is put in the veins of the arm. The patients feel little ill effects. GOMPERS ON ITALIAN FRONT Rome. Oct, 12.-^SamHel Gompors, president of the American Federation of Labor, is in the Italian war zone together with his assocStea. Ottawa, Oct. 12.-Today's casualty list included the following western men and officerr,. Infantry Died of Wounds: Lieut. W. J. Murray, Scotland. Missing, Believed Wounded: Major It, O. B. Irving, M.C., Vancouver. Wounded: C. CouUs, Hardieville, Alta.; Corp. H, Appleton, 'Lethbridge; H. A, Orsten, Enchant, Alta.; R. N. McLean, Foremost, Alta.; .1. R. Walker, Spring Point, Alta.. Mounted Rifles Died of Wounds: .J. C. Tonilin, Kab-den, B. C Medical Services Killed in Action: Lance-Corp. W. R. Thompson, Vancouver; C, R. Hall Vancouver. Machine Guns Killed in Action-Lieut. C, .T. Vre-: Social GUih Danc.es, Knights of Py thias hall, lieason 1918-1919. Saturday night dancfSs will be held in the K.P. hall every Saturday evening from 9 till 12, commencing Saturday, October 12, 1918. The-best music in the city. Good floor. Good time to all. Admission: Gents $1, ladies tree, plug war tax, five cents. Veterans half price. 257-1 Those who have l-elatives in the C.E.F. will be interested by the address which W/ A. Buchatian, !\I.Pr, is to give in the United church,next Monday, Thanksgiving night, at eight o'clock. It will deal with his experience while with the Canatlian press party, the guests of Great Britain, 'With him we can visit the Lethbridge boys behind the guns and in the trenches. There will alsp be a piuslc'al program by the best talent in'town. Admission 35 cents. 257-1 M ARLOW'S EAT AKKET ^\iiPhohe 796 1110 sixth Avenue 8. CANADA POOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-6330 NOTICE Ford 3rd Ave. S. Phone 633 1 ChevroletTourlnji Car, firat class condition, new tirai. IFofd'Truck, in A1 running, order. The above cars are for sale cheap, so act quiek and get a bargain, 252-0 You V^ill Like QWAKER BREAD We use a mixture of substitutes in Quaker Bread. Barley flour gives flavor, Corn flour helps the color.'Oatf lour and Oatmeal keepls the loaf moist. Quaker bread is mighty good bread and you are helping to save wheat when you serve Quaker Bread on your table. John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers. CANADA FOOD 30ARD LICENSE NUMBER 6-879 - � 1 The Bt4.lk of the Christmas Parcels Sent oveiseas last year Typewriter hibbons.......................... 75e ;fld^�1-00 each Second Sheets �1.25 and �1.60 per 1.000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVERALL & FRANKS Sinnot Block Cor. 4th Avu, afid 5th St. ;