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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta � NORDflEIMER PIANOS � '-*VDI8bN PHONOGRAPHS ~ AS8INIB0IA MUSIC CO.. LTD. ^ ; j 45 GEORGE MORCAN HOUSE PECORAtOR 964 11th street 8. PKene 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Dene at Reasonable Prices. FRESH OYSTERS & V DILL PICKLES DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel ' Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-^2664 "Stop That Bark" WITH K. AND A. WHITE PINE COUGH SYRUP WITH TAR If you have a stubborn cough, if your lungs are inflamed and your air iiassages irritated. tJiis splendid Cough Syrup will afford the relief you seek promptly and without any harmful after-effects. K. vt A. .WHilte Pine Cough Syru;) with Tar is annealing remedy compounded of White Pine Bark, Menthol, Tar, Wild Cherry and other well known ingredients, . ^ Get a bottle of thi? effective remedy as soon as possible. Sold in two sizes, 2Sc and 5.0c. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. *^i�MSam store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 14S7 No. 1 SNOW APPLES-CONCORD GRAPES fruit that W^UL'mAKE YOUR MOUThJ WATER. we never CAN get enough real GOOD X snow apples AND they ARE NEVER on the market very long. now is'the time to GET THEM in good condition. , , No. 1 Snow Apples, iler case ....................... $3140 No. 1 Snow Apples, 2 lbs. -ler,...... i................ .25 Concord Grapes, per basket.........r...............60 THE GOOD CO. High-Class-Cash Grocers canada food board license number 8-599 Phone 525 iwmv mm SIANDS BY GOVT SMEOROE Tells Calgary That Order-In-Council.Must.Be Obe.ved By Strikers. M.H.O. Orders Modified Quar-1 antine - Carmangay Has Many Cases. work for $-1 to ?5 a day at home." This was the remark of the Hon.. Frank B. Carvell. minister of public | Approximately 45 cases Spanish works, to a r&presentative of the Can- \ Flu' have been reported to Dr. Do-adian Press when the minister arrived i Vober, medical health officer, accord-in Calgary this morning and this was ing to a statement made bv him to the a reply to a question put him regard-.' Herald this morning, ing the strike of the Canadian Pacific ' Calgary, Oct. 15.-"When the country is at war I look upoii it as the duty of every man to do what he can to help win it, and,' as a member of the governnjent that � was - formed for the express purpose of, conscripting the flower of this country arid sending them to the front for $1.10 a day, with very good prospects of being killed, naturally I have nbt much sympathy with men who refuse to BOBLODG UNION M ,1 O E OVERALLS SHIRTS & GLOVES railway freight handlers. * "As a member of the government," he said, "I am going to stand bv the i f^nuary inspector vaiiancj order-in-cotiaeil.' ' 1 hanSlmg the new cases. Thirty-three homes are under modified quarantine for the malady, and Sanitary Inspector Vallance is kept | In discussing this matter, he said it was evident that the tinions in Calgary hhd overlooked a third measure that might be adopted. As far as he was aware there had only been two phases discussed-fine and imprisonment. "What is the third method." the ijinister was asked. So far no really serious cases had ' been reported, the JI.H.O. said, but } every precaution was necessary to ; prevent the spread of the disease. \ It is reported to be very prevalent in Carmangay. Victoria Hit Hard. Victoria. Oct. 1.'.-Eighty-nine new cases of influcn:;a -iVere reported up to "Khak;," promptly responded the ; noon today, bringing the total number minister. In reply to a further question. Mr. Carvell stated that the necessary machinery would be found for putting this into effect if the men persisted to strike. "It is the law." he said, "and the law will be carried out. Why should laws be enacted."^ he continued, "if it is not the intention of th^ government to giye effect to them." Hon. J. D. Reld, minbter of railways, who is also here today, likewise staled the provisions of the order would be carried out. SOCIALISTS CONDEMNED. thus far reported to 30,"i. . The death list remains at two. One Death at MooseJaw. Moose .Jaw. Oct. 15.-There were 20 cases of Spanish influenza at Moose j ,Taw and the majority of the^ were \ brought in from other places. Xl'e first death occurred Sunday' when John Brown fell a victim to the disease after only three days' illness. ^ CITY AND DISTRICT _ For Belgian Relief [ Contributions for the Belgian Roliof! : fund have been receiv|d as follows; ' I Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Oliver, $50; ai i Scotswoman, ?1. This Shop is Known vfor Good Work and Cleanliness. West brook Bros, Oppotltt Bank of Montreal from two years in prison to penal servitude for life. Close Toronto Schools Toronto. Oct. 15.~A11 Toronto pub- I lie schools ;.ad collegiates have been j ordered closed in order to release doc- f tors, nurses and teachers who are 1 qualified V.A.D.'s to attend influenza J , , , , ^.1- ,. o � J cases. All dance halls have been. Stockholm. Oct. Id.-Five Socialis | ..j^^gj^ [,uj jj^j^ j^^^ n'ot^T5een extend-: leader.s Aaron, Kjuala. Lanihal and , j^^g theatres and movies. / in � ^'^^IrJ^Il TlT^' /� ^n"""". K'?^' 'leaths from Spanish influenza \ Xj^l^rL^.,, :� : was received on Priday even-?� ing that Charles Herbert Stew- ? art, ?on or*'Premier Stewart. ? had passed away at Bad Axe. : Mich,, where he had been tak- ? ing- treatment for the past cou-: pie of months. Premier Stew-> art was in the north at th: ; time viford was received, but ; \ started back down immeCiate- DEMANDS IMMEDIATE TREATMENT Influenza is prevalent in many sections of the country. It is a. ' serious ailment and we should use all precaution against its attacks. � Influenza is contagious and the germ is carried very readily-BE PREPARED. THE FOLLOWING REMEDIES ARE VERY USEFUL AND EFFECTIVE: Oil Eucalyptus, or ounce.................. ^dC Formaldehyde, n j" ounce.................'^OC Antiseptic Thlotit Gar- or gle, 3 ounces .......... Antiseptic Throat Tab- n r lets.^bos.............. Nasal Douche (glass)-----....... Atomizers, each............... v.!_ we in Red Cross Ram For-the bis ram sale this week R. O. Harvey has donated a fine ram tn i bo auctioned 'for the Kod Cross. Watch ! for particulars tomorrow. ..... City Police Court Six patriots who had celebrated in too strenuous a fashioir on fatnrday night li--.ed up before .Magistrate Irwin this morning and 'were all assessed $5 and costs. i^estival Committee Meeting There will be a meeting of the .Mu- i slcal Festival committee oti Wodnes-! i day evening in Wesley choir room at i S o'clock to decide whether the ':Musi- \ cal Festival will be held next year. A 25c LOO THE RED cross DRUG &Bo6k co., LTD. Successors to Jacksbn � Co. Telephones 55S and 1232 Sherlock Bulidlng Union Prayermeeting . Or. account of W\t lecture to he giv- j on'by Lieut. Arnold! In Wesley hall to-, morrow evening the uniini prayer � meeting will l)e lield from 7,:'.0 to S.lu in Knox church. NOT OVERLOOK OUR SPECIAL SALE on all STaVES, 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 CUTLERY AT BEFOpE THE WAR PRICES, -tHESE CANNOT BE BROUGHT INTO, THET cdUNTRY TODAY. BETTEH :ACT QUICKLY WHILE OUR STOCK LASTS. Consumers' Hardware and Supply Company 120 fifth street south PHONE 1212 Assault Case John Larson appeared before Inspector Chaney this morning charged with ' assaulting Neils llorgonsou at Stirl- i ing. After some discussion Horgen- | son agreed to withdraw the charge. ; owing to the straitened ciroumstances | of Larson. death took place in the cily ^'1,^T^'"''� for oats, barley or 1 la.x on day, Octoner Ki, of the infant, market today, Oats closed JVL-c . � f .. .1. three ounces of Orchard White for a'.t. ,., ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .., few cents. Massage this s.weetly frag-1 rant lotion Into the face, neck, arms and hands each day and see how tan, ANNOUNCEMENT redness, sallowness, .sunburn and wind-burn disappear and how clear, soft and rosy-white the sliin becomeH, Yes.' It is harmless.-Advertisement, Lieut. Joan Arnoldi will speak in Wesley hall tomorrow (Wednesday) night, at 8:30, under tlie auspices of the Sir Alexander Gait chapter I. O.D.E. A large attendance is urgently requested. Men as well as women are urged to attend to hear this most invcr-CHting speaker who is so closely in touch with the Canadian boy.s "over there." There will be. no admission fee. OUR BUYER SEES THAT WE ARE ABLE TO SERVE YOU WITH THE BEST MEATS . FRESH KILLED DAILY - R. COULTRY Phone 492 Tha Atb�.-te Meat Market Canada Fqpd Board License, Niamber 8-2869J. "SPANISH FLU" Everybody is nervbus and apprehensive these days regarding the prevailing epidemic. �RTiether or not it differs from ' the older and familiar forms oE 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 . 25c X Higifibothaip k Co Limited ---- Aiaerts'i Planear Orug^ltW Wholesale �rij Retail *homl�t�. Phones 1515 and 322 i mains. The funeral arrangements M-ero In charge of T. S. Fett>;rly. Lieut.-Col. Davis Dead ! LieuL-Col. S. .Mahlon Davis, wlio we i believe formerly resided at Cran-! brook, died at Ottawa. He recruited, la battalion in the Kootenay, and later { i raised the 2nd Pioneer regiment. On I j arriving in England ho received -an in-! Tjury ^vhic'.i t)revented hi;n going to: ^'the front. He was one time city;  engineer in WoDdsiock. Ont. ! Octo!-.er................32S November.............318' December..............Sl'.l Cash Prices. Oats- ^ ,Vo. 2 C.W...S2Vj E.Ktra 1 Feed ... .No. 1 Feed, 77 Barle,Y- � No, ;; L'.w...99v:- JOO'i 101 32SV. 323, 310 No. 3 CAV.. . 7,') ..............79 No. 2 Feed, 74 No. 4 C.W..,94U Jiejected and feed"..............SOVi ' Flax- / No. 1 N.W.C........-...........SllVi Calgary Cattle. Calgary, Oct. 15.-Tj-ading in cattle was slow at the yards/today and there was another tallin b6ef. Best ateer.s only made $11; fat cows from ?7 to nd stockers were steady at, while feeders went at ?8 and ?!�. The large traders like Burns and Swift are now taking delivery of their contract beef and are practically j off the market and prices here are naturally falling in line with the east. Hogs, fed and watered, sold at ?117,50, which means $18,50 ott, cars. Moose'Special Meeting Lethbridge Lodge No. 702, dictator 'wishes all members and officers of I the above lodge to he preKonf on Wed-j ;nesday evening, Oct. 16th, r, p.m. in | �the ^Jloo.se Mall for' a special rehears-: ! al of the initiation ceremony jn c;)n-' |nect!0n with the new ritual as issued! by the Supreme Lodge. . All officers land members are urged to be i)rf3sent j to get themselves up to diite, and the , carpet ball capUiins announce a tnatch at the close of the ceremony. THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE ARE NOW OCCUPYING THEIR 414 Thirteenth St. N. Formerly Occupied-by H. G. Kllner SATISFYING RELIEF FROM LUMBAGO Sloan's Liniment has th� punch that relieves rheumatic twinges This warmth-giving, cqngeslion-scattering circulation-stjimulating remedy l^eiictralcs without rubbing rigljt 10 the aching spot and brings quick relief, stjrciy, cleanly. A-wonderful' help for external pain.5, sprains, strains, stiffness, hcaaache, lumbago, bruises. Get your bottle today-costs_ little, means much. Ask your druggist for; it by name. Keep it handy for the; whole family. Made in Canada. The big bottle is economy. -; Sloan's The Ncxl-of-Kin arc holding a I whist drive and dance in the Vetcr-i'ans Club on :Monday, August 14th. ' Proceeds for j>.'mas parcels for ^lie boys overseas. 254-4 ."V big dance will be hold iu Burg-I mann'.s-,hall 13th SI, North, on Wednesday, Oct. Ifith. Four-piece orchcs-' tra in attendance. .Dancing from iiine card of thanks .Mr. apd .Mis. K. Ward^wish to convey thanks to iheir'friends and neigh-bora for tlieir great kindnes.s and sympathy shown in their recent sad bereavement,' through t.l>e death of their only son, Gunner .lohn Ward. 25S-1 The Prairie Club i The Prairie Club of Vancouver with a nienibership of 200 former .rosidenta; �of the northwest is outlining plans; for the comfort iUKl convenience of I ; prairie residents who will take flying i trips or spend part N:)f the vf'm-1 ' ter in the British Columbia city. | I^The club is securing quarters i iu : ; the heart or the city whicf.i will bo fit-; ted up as headquarters for the visit-; ors as well as a nieetinf,' jilacc for' ' the; Club. Every convenience in the I form of telephone service, reading , I room,.in which files of Northwest pap-' ; (i^.s will be kept, writing room, etc.,; will be here provided. ' I i to one. died At Vancouver, B. C, on Sunday, Oct. 13th, Leslie Good, aged four years, only son of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Good. card OF thanks "Sir. and Mrs. W. J. McArthur wish to thank their many friends for kindness and .sympathy shown in their recent sad - boreavoinent; also the,' street railway einployjDes for the beau-! tiCul Wreath sent. a.'i.S-l BORN BANNEH.\I.\N--Born to Air. and Mrs. .R. Baimermnn, Sunday, Oct, 13, 2.5S-2 a daughter, tjJ2 loih St. S. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of a dear husband and father, .Sapper Harrison., who-rlicd j at .Moore Barracks, Shorncliffi!, England, Oct. l.'.th, l!)1i;. Deeply mourned, sadly missed. By 4ti3 loving wife, son and daugli- 2,5.S-1 , ters, late of 281 7th Ave. South. 2.')8-l The Bulk of the Christmas Parcels Sent overseas last year were 30 days^late in getting there. Now fs the lime to inakc your selections, pack your box and send it on ks way , . NOVpBERlSTH is to delay until the last minute. Between now and.then coticontrate on the subject ot your boy. A LOOK INTO The Twentieth Century Book l^tore ^ ~: "Everybody's Book Shop" ' Will Suggest Something for the Occasion, BOOKS by the thousands are .needetl \ for. shipment overseas: Hospital libraries Must Be Increased ir^.'^izo and Number rapidly. This means a very present need for more books of entertalntitent and , diversion. ' '" 514 Fourth Avenue * t>hj>Qe 6t3 NOTICE fopd Gapage 3rdAve.s. Phone633 f A Rcal Consefvation Loaf is Quaker Bread |l| Office Equipment and Stationery 1 Chevrolet Touring Car, first class conditio.!, new tires. 1 Ford Truck, in Al running order. The above cars are for sale cheap, so act quick and get a bargain, 252-0 Quaker Bread is a better eating Joaf 24 hours old than it is fresh. The use of substitutes keeps the loaf moist ancl-,BJves It a sv/eet riutty flavor that need only be tasted to be appreciate.dv T-here Is nevej awy. hard crusts left over where Quaker Bread is served. See th'at ^be driver leaves you enoug;-? but no m^re, i, ' '  CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 5-879 John Gilmqre.-timited, Bakeirst / stenographer's NoteiBooks____......... $9.85 per 100 rypevirriter Carbon ........................ $2.0o' "to i3.60 per box . Typewriter Ribbons ..........................' 75c and $1.00 each ' Second. Sheets ................. $1.25 gnd Vl.60 ;)ei-, 1,000 .v EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE - EVER ALL & FRANKS Sinnot Block Cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St, , 94 ;