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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnOHIIMER PIANOS KDISOM PHONOaRAPHS A88INIBOIA- MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Mutical" 115 tth Street South Phone 1545 crORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street S.' ' ^ ; Phene 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work-Oone'at Roawn-able Prices. FRESH OYSTERS & DILL PICKLES DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-266-; "Stop That Bark" WITH K. AND A. WHITE PINE COUGH SYRUP WITH TAR If you have a stubborn lOugh. if your lungs are inflamed and your air passages irritated, this splendid Cough Syrup will afford tho relief you seek promptly and -ftithout any harmful Btter-etiects. K. & A. White Pine Cough Syrup with Tar is a healing vonicdy compounded of White Pine Bark. Menthol. Tar, Wild Cherry and other well known ingredients. Get a bottle of this effective remedy a.s soon .ts possible. Sold in-two sizes, 25c and 50c. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Store PHONS 14�7 No. 1 SNOW APPLES-CONCORD GRAPES FRUIT THAT WILL MAKE YOUR MOUTH ^ATE R, WE NEVER CAN GET ENOUGH f^EAL GOOD SNOW APPLES AND THEY ARE NEVER ON THE MARKET VERY LONG. NOW IS THE,TIME TO G.ET THEM IN GOOD CONDITION. ^ No. 1 Snow Apples, per case......................$3.40 No. 1 Snow Apples, 2 lbs. for......................; .25 Concord Grapes, per basket'..................... .60 THE GOOD CO. LIMITED Phone 525 i High-Class Cash Grocers canada food board license number 8-599 MARKETS GE EH WILSON'S NO Winnipeg, Oet. 10".-The, cash mar-i kets today continue to bo very a'liet. . Oats closed 3-Sr lower for October and 1 ;!-4 for December. Barley closed unchanged tor October and unchanged for December. Flax closed 1-"- lower for October. 1-2 lower for November and unchanged for December. Winnipeg Markets London. Oct. 16.-The German reply to President Wilson's latest note probably will be sent today, acording to news received here through Dutch diplomatic channels. It Is expected" that the reply >wiilb4uan acceptance of President WilSQn's terms, with some stipulation to the effect that the interests of the German jieople must be respected.. AGAINST-SUB WARFARE . Amsterdam; Oct. 16.^-A movement can be obeerved in the German capital, says a dispatch from Berlin to the Tijd, to bring about a cessation of the submarine warfare a� the result of President Wilton's note. ANOTHER ABDICATION RUMOR London, Oct. 16.-The British  foreign office stated this evening that it had no official confirmation of the rumors that the German emperor had abdicated, but that opinion in well informed circles was not disposed to reject these rumors. German Comment Amsterdam, Oct. Ifi.-Com'meating on President Wilson's reply to the German peace offer, the Berlin Zeit- ung asks: "What guarantees does President Wilson offer that a military superiority will not be utilized afterward by his allies in a manner opposed to the principles of justice and conciliation, it appears that we are at a stage when it is still possible to warn tho enemy that in the history of the world it has been proved a mistake to drive a strong nation, which, in order not to venture its all. offered its hands in peace, into summoning ai! it.s slumbering forces to the national battle." Oats- Oct. ... Dec. ... Barle.v-Oct. ... DSc. ... Flax- Oct. ... Xov. .;. Dec. ... Open Sl% Tti 100 101U ... 333 322" Prices Close SI 1/4 74'4 101 32S 322M: 316 Royal Arrowroot Biscuit A strengthening food for child or grown up. Makes brawn ana muse e SonMor Bisoiit -� richly flavored Soda Biscuit -sahed 6r plain, -in striped packages only. North West Biscvit Co. EdMiiton LIMITC* ll�(lnK 9aakiit�en Calgkry Vwceuvcr ^ 27 ' CtMuln ftc* tout uimt �(. 11-492 wmm 0 STRIKE CLOSER Calgary. Oct. IG.-"Wait and see." is the attitude that is now adopted by the leaders and men of the various trade >mion organizations in Calgary in connection with the strike. James .\Iuir, K.C.. the local representative of the department of justice, has received a reply to the telegram he sent yesterday. As this, however, was of a confidential nature. Mr. Muir declined to make any statement as to the instructions he ha.s received. There was quite an optimistic feeling among the freight handlers at the Labor Temple this morning. The opinion prevaiU that as a result of the Cash Oats- 2 C. W.....SI =4 3 C. W.....7SU Extra 1 Feed ................. 'SK 1 Peffd ..... 76 H 2 Feed .....73 �4 Barley- 3 C. W.....-I C. W..... Rejected ..................90 V= Feed .....................90Vb Flax- 1 X. W. C...................331 Calgary Cattle Calgary: Oct. 13.-The market still shows a downward tendenc.v for both cattle and hogs. Prime steers are Quoted at $11 although very feiv, sales had been effected at uoon today. Fat cows range from ?7 to 57.50; stocker's from $7 to S7.5U; feeders from $9 to $9.50. ~- > > i> .> .;. fl, , � """V? John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers. The Bulk of the Christmas Parc$ls Sent overseas last year were 30 days late ingettiny there. ' Now is the time to make your selections, pack your bos and send it on its way / . , ' NOVEMBER 15TH is to delay until the last minute. Between now tind then concentrate on tho subject of your boy. ii................. A LOOK INTO The Twentieth Centiiry Book Stores "Everybody'.s Book,Shop" . Will Suggest Something for the Occaiieik i BOOKS by the tlionsaiida are needed for shipment ttveraeas., Hospital libraries Must He Increased in Size and Kuniber rapidly. This incanK a very pi-esent need for moro books of entertainment and divorKloii. 514 Fourth Avenue Phone 6|3 Office Equipment and Stit^nei^ Stonographer's Note Book*..........S9.85 per 109 \| Typewriter Carbon ......... .............'. S2.00 to $3,80 per box \ Typewriter Ribbons ....................78i; and.' S1,-00 ewh 1 Second Sheets .........................S1.25 and $1.50 .ler 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVERALL & FRANKS Sjnnot Block. �I'll til .11  Cor. 4th Ave,'and 5th 8t. ;