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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta t NOPtQHEIMER PIANOS tDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" S15 6th 8treet South Phone 1f45 z"daily bSrald] GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 064 11th 8tro8t 8, Phone 1483 � Prompt and Reliable Work Dona at Reasonable Price*. _ V/" FRESH OYSTERS & DILL RICKLES DELANY'SMeat Co. IS 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. !' ym�r lungs are inftniiio.-! and your air lvissaR"? irritated, 'hi-; splendid Cough Syrup v.-ill afford the relief you seek promptly and without any harmful after-ef.Vol*. K ,t A. .White Pine Cough s'yrvi;- with Tar- is a'lenling remedy compounded of White Pine Hark. Menthol. Tur. Wild Cherry and other well know a ingredients. Cm a pottle of thi� effective remedy as soon a* possible. Sold in two sizes. 25c and 50c. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^&t*6&Ks Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1437 No. 1 SNOW APPLES-CONCORD GRAPES fruit that wTlL make your mouth water. we never can get enough real good 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, p*er case......................$3.40 No. 1 Snow Apples, 2 lbs. for,...... C.ii-gary had overlooked a third measure that might he adopted. A- far as he was aw..re there had oni? phase., discussed- fine ...nd ment "What is the third m� thcl." the lyir.tster vva� asked. FORTY FIVE FLU' ' CASES |N THE CITY M.H.O. Orders Modified Quarantine- (arnt'insjay Has Many Cases. men!, by Ch 00' imp >od." n t w i j Vpproximalely 4D cases tvf Spanish Flu' have Iip-m reported to Or. lie-Yebc.'. medical health officer. ord-�:ig t" a statement matte by him to the 1 leraei this morning;. ! Thirty-three home? are under modi-t tied quarantine fo- the malady, and ' Sanitary Inspector V.tli.'.nee is kept ' '.usy haririling the new cases. So far no really serum* >a.s"s had . hecn 'reported, the M.H.O. said, but i every precaution was necessary to prevent the spread, of the lisease. d t.i be very prevalent It n C promptly responded the Mr. :iu- : Bob Lodg UNION MAQE OVERALLS SHIRTS & GLOVES KhaVi minister. la reply to a further quest; Carcell stated that ;h" r.e.-essa ehlnery would be found for putting ' this into effect if the n:":: pe to strike. 'It is the law." h-"and the Ijw will be carried on hottld laws he enacted.'> he it it i- not the int.eitiMi I government to give off-i ". to ; I ;jf Spani..h influenza -it Moose DEMANDS IMMEDIATE TREATMEN" ea- .law iimi the brought in ft :::s' d.-.ith o -loan llrowu ; e.i--- after on Ton i SOCIALISTS CONDEMNED. Stockholm, o, leaders. Aaroii. two otiiers were on Satudray at  1" Kjn.i .'Otl'lem:. HelsiiiKf majority if tiiesp were em other places. The cut red Sunday, when v.! a v!i tun to the lav.s' illness. Schools if',. t�.-t. 1".-All Toronto pub- ho-j'i ;.H'l C'llle.'iates have been order lc> release dac. teachers who are to attend influenza hall* have been thr-Close Toror, ;.ud c -.-.I in : and a v:x lane. i.a d to I ami deata '. charge of treason. Others who *�ro tried with them -trrre sentencd to i from two years in prison to penal ?ei- | vltude for life. I * * * : : * � !* PREMIER STEWART'S SON IS DEAD This Shop is Known for Good Work and Cleanliness. Weatbrook Bros, Oppotlt* Bank of Montreal i-Mmonton, Oct 4 -- Word was received on Friday evening that Charles Herbert Stewart, son of* Premier Stewart, had passed away at !!ad Ave. Mich., where be had been taking treatment for the past couple of months. Premier Stewart was in the north at th : time word was received, but . started back down irntuet'iuto- i.rd-i-ed t'ii) tor-', nurse mmH'I-I V e.i-- s Ail . is for the Pelgiart Relief !Ui rece'viil as follow-: Win. Oliver. Ja 00; Scotswoman. ?1. Red Cross Ram Por-the biu ram sale this Harvey ha, donate.', a fin-� auctioned �> had celebrated In loo siieimous a fashiotr on .'atnrday night li '.oi up before Magistrate lrwiu this tr.o-nin;; and Were all asse: sed Sa and cost Pestiv.-.l Committee Meeting There will ho a meeting of the Musical Kottiv.il cuntntitti'i' of. Wednesday ever.ine in \v,-s!vy � hoir roo.n ;it ,S o'clock to .iec'de wheth.T 'lie Mh-,. cal Festival will be held r."\t year. Union Prayermeitinn Or. .'iceount (>f tlie lee'nre ta on by l.ieut. Arn d.li in WecVy inorrow eve;-.;n;r the uni.r. meeting will be '.odd from 7."' in Knox c!:ur. ii. be : hall lira; :iv- to- mem a. NOT OVERLOOK OUR SPECIAL SALE on all STQVES, 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 BEFORE THE WAR PRICES. THESE CANNOT BE BROUGHT INTO THE C0UNTR"V TODAY. BE i'TER ACT QUICKLY WHILE OUR STOCK LASTS. Consumers' Hardware and Supply Company ICO FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1212 THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Sueeestors to Jackson & Co. Telephones D55 and 1232 Sherlock Building Assault Case Jehu t.ar-mi appear-.! ied'or1 I'vpri tor Chitiey this morning char;,o.t wit! assaultim: NViN ((rgeti'-oii at Ssii: intr. Aft. r some dtsca^-ioii Hor.;ec, son asre.-.! to withdraw the e'.iarg. owing to ijie strait,eircunnTanco of 1 .arson. U .'.Ml',- lll'b Other Twin Dies The de..th tin)',: place i: Oil Sillflay. Oetoner 1".. "f hi twin ArtliUr, era I t--.-.�.".~."."�-�i / i Kiiuepze the Juice of two lemon? Into a bottle containing three ounces of Orchard White, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the best bleaching and akin wlilUttiiiiK lotion and compli-'Xioii benutifier at very, very amal! coat. Your grocer has the lemons and any ; drug more or toilet counter will supply j three ounces of Orchard White for a I few cents. Massage this sweetly .'ra�. 1 rant lotion Into the face, neck, arms | and bauds each day and set! how tan, j redness, sallowness. "juiiburn and wind-burn disappear and how clear, soft and rosy-white the skin becomes. Yes: It is harmless.-Advertisement. l.ieut. speak in row S:110 Joan Arnold i will Wesley hall tomnr-(Wednesday) night, at under the auspices of the Sir Alexander (!al! chupter I. O O.K. A lariv* ntt�>nd,nc. ,,r . hi Jensen.. The re; I from M'l.grtitli to \vlo-re burial will (ole : .. b.'l-U.litis K d-fji-  J en �- fit i of T Lieut. I.ilMlt.fill. beill'Ve lOl till b-ook. died a a half lien in raised !' te; arriving in 1-hieiatr! 1 Jury Avhi ': \ r-ver.!' th" front p.- v. as engine. :- in Wond-t' . v. no wi i! t'ran recruit;-' anil la'--; in -;,t. O-ed an g-iu-time i o - W:iini;"g. Oct, / l.'.-T-Thisre were no detictii's !'�! oats barley or flax on ii. � nu.r;..-'. lo'lsiy Oats closed ll'-jc high"!' tor Octohi r inn1. i'.-'Sc hi) her lor 1 � ^ e.m;,,'|- j; irley eloo.d V-2r !:. '.her for ubl>in{ht to the. aching spot and brings quick relief, surely, cleanly. A wonderful help for external pains, sprains, strains, stiffness, headache, lumbago, hruises. (let your bottle today-costs little, means much. Ask your drugRisj for it /'\ immr. Keep it handy lor the whole family, Made in Canada. The big bottle is economy. - Sloans > �iLfjnimCint i>:Oj^l.^'/JB,axr>.,.,,^ err, will be will be lure �tlie i Oct. '.4-4 NOTICE METnsi 3rd Ave. S. Phone 633 1 Chevrolet Tourinn Car, first class condition, new tire3. 1 Ford Truck, In A1 running order. A big dance will be held la Ilurg-inann's. hall Pith SI. .North, on Wednesday, Oct. ICtli. Pour-piece orchestra in attendance. Dancing from nine to one. 2aS-^ DIED At Vancouver, ii. C, on Sunday, Pith, Leslie liood, aged four years, only son of Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Oood. kept, writing provided. room, etc, CARD OF THANKS Mr. mid Mrs. W, J. MoArthui' lo thank their many friends for ness and sympathy shown in recent sud bereavement; also street, railway employee tll'iil wreath sent. for the wish � hind-i their the , bea.ii- : ar.x.i| BORN BANNKKMAN Horn to Mr. Mrs. II. Hanneni'aii, Sunday, Oct it daughter, r,lj loiii St. S. ttinl Pi, iavi IN MEMORIAM j In loving memory of a dear husband i and father, Sapper Harrison, w'ho-tlled at Monro ISurraeks, Hliorncliffe, Ihig- ' land, Oct. l',tli, 1'Hil. j Deeply uiounied, sadly missed. j liy IiIm loving wife, son and dnug.1i- \ tors, late of JS1 7th Ave. Koutli. li.js-l The Bulk of the Christmas Parcels Sent overseas last year were 30 days late in getting there. Now Is the. time to make your selections, puck your box und send It on its way NOVEMBER 15TH is to delay until the last mlnuto. Uetween now uiul.thcn cohcontr.nto on the subject of vour boy. A LOOK INTO The Twentieth Century Book 5twe / "Everybody's Book Shop" Wlli Suggest Something for the Occasion. BOOKS by Ihn thousands are� noedoit for shipment overseas: Hospital libraries Must Bo Increased ln/oSi/.o and Number rapidly. This means u very present need tor more books or entertainment und, diversion. ' . 514 Fourth Avenue Phone 613 above cars are for sale so act quick and get a 1 2==-0jlj The cheap, barnaln. A Real Conservation Loaf is Quaker Bread Quaker Bread la a better eating )oaf 24 hours old than it is fresh. The use of substitutes keeps t;he loaf moist and -gives It a sweet nutty flavor that need only be tasted to be appreciated, T+iere is nevej any hard crusts left over where Quaker Bread Is served. See tliat ,the driver loaves you enough but no more, . ... - John Gilmqre, Limited, Bakers. CANADA FOOD DOARD LICENSE NUMUER 5-879 Office Equipment and Stationery Stenographer's Note Cooks..........................$9.83 per 100 Typewriter Carbon ........................ $2.00 to $3,60 per box Typewriter Ribbons ..........................' 76c and $1.00 each Second. 8heets ......................... $1.25 and Sjl1.60 .ler, 1,00.0 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE ever all & franks Sinnot Block Cor. 4th Ave* and 6th 8t., ;