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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NO.IOHCIMER PIANOS KOISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Mu�lcal" 115 Gth Street South Phone 1S45 1 . J GEORGE MQRGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 9S4 11th Street S. ' Phone 1483 Prompt and Rell�ble Work Done at Reason, able Pricea. TWO CHOICE UNES FOR TOMORROW EXPERIMENTAL FARM LAMB and CHICKEN Also a Full Line of MEATS DELANY'S Meat Co. 0]ip|{site Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-2664 Our Cash System Saves You Money CROWDS OF PEOPLE ARE DAILv VAKjNG ADVANTAGE OF OUR NEW WAY OP DOING BUS-l.\ES5,. THE SAVINGS ON EACH ARTICLE MA.' NOT SEEM SO GREAT BUT TOTAL UP YOUR .SAVINGS AT THE END OF EACH MONTH AND YOU WILL BE SURPRISED AT THE AMOUNT WC DELIVER THE GOODS FOR A S.MALL EXTR ^ CHARGE-i-ASK ABOUT IT IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO TAKE THE GOODS WITH YOU. Some Goods You May Need Tomorrow THESE ARE REGULAl Grnpes, Concord, fresh lot, per basket........60 Cranberries, per lb..........................� .20 Apples. Kings, extra fine for cooking, per lb. .07 ............................ 2.65 "Stop That Bark" WITH K. AND A. WHITE PINE COUGH SYRUP WITH TAR U" vou have a stubborn couRh, if your lungs aro inflamed and your air passages irritated, this splendid Cough Syrup wiii HfCord Uio relief you seek promptly and without any harraCu! after-effects. K. & A. White Pine I'ough Syrup with Tar is a healing remedy conipouiuied of A\Tiite Pine Bark. Menthol. Tar. Wilil Cherry and other well known ingredients. Get a bottle of this effective remedy as soon as possible. Sold in two sizes, 25c and 50c. THE KENNY & ALL1N CO., Ltd. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL phone 1487 RAM SALE WAS A FAIR SUCCESS Red Cross Ram Brought S70- Many Sold and Exchanged Privately. Conditions were soniewliat against the ram sale held yesterday at the stock yards but the event served its rejl purpose, that of bringing buyer and seller together. The Spanish influenza had a deterrent effect. Auctioneer McLean of Calgary was on the job but the crowd did not seem to favor the auction route. The Red Cross ram ionated by R. C. Harvey was put up end after some spirited bidding vras knocked down to J. T. Heninger of Wrentham. for ?70. This amount will be tut;i��d over to the Red Cross. � Only one other sale by auction was made when one of W. A. Anderson's biuich was sold for $20. Mr. Anderson preferred to withdraw the remainder for private sales. R. C. Harvey had one of the biggest bunches for sale, showing some 43-lLi-s of his famous Romney-Karubouiifn cross numbering in al! some head. Geo. O. Kerr was on baud with a nice showing of registered Shrop-shires. as well as about 1.5 Oxfords. K. C. Scroggins offered some 1,^0 head of his CotswoUls. It is undersiooj that several important private t'nins-actions were put through at the conclusion of the' sale. lb. per case ...... Mcintosh. Orchard per caso_ ................. Mcintosh Reds, No. 1, per lb per cnse ........... Snaw Apples. No. 1, per per case................................. Pickling Onions, per lb.................... p:r b.i3l(et of 1G lbs..................... Potatoes, extra fine, dry and tnealy, per lb., per 100 lbs.............................. Cabbage, good solid hends. per lb......... per 1C0 lb.".............................. Carrots, per lb............................ per 100 lbs.............................. Beets, per lb.............................. per 100 Ibn............................. 2.75 JRutabagns or Swede Turnips, per lb..........02 per 100 lbs............................... 1.75 Onions, B. C. Winter stock, per lb...........03' , per 100 lbs............................. 3 25 Canned Milk, unsweetened. M.iple Leaf or Buttercup, both exceptionally good quality and extra large tins, per tin ........................14 per case ................................ 6.45 Celery, per lb...............................09 Oleomargarine. Swift's Premium, special demonstration tod.iy and tomorrow, per lb........33 Run quality, per lb........06 ........................ 2.30 . .10 3.25 . .10 3.-10 . .10 1.00 . .02 1.90 .02', , 2 25 . .03 2.75 . .03 EVERYDAY PRICES. . C.Tnned Strawberries, Hygeian, In heavy syrup, per tin....................................29 Honey, Airline, 21-2 lb. tins, each .............98 5 lb. tins, each........................... 1.90 You will want to fcake that Fruit Cake for overseas, here are some ingredients at right prices. Seeded Raisins, per pkg..........11, .13 and .16 Seedless Rnislns, per pkg.....................14 iurrants, finest quality. Nabob and Victoria Cross brands, per pkgl ..................23 and .23 Equal Egg, a substitute for eggs, regular 50c siie, per tin ....................................38 New Candied Peel- Citron, per lb..............................58 Orange, per lb.............................54 Lemon, per lb.............................50 Flavoring Extracts- * \ Our Special 21,-2 oz. bottles, each ...........23 Our Special 4 oz. bottles, each .............35 Our Special 8 oz. bottles, each .............65 Our Special 16 oz. bottles, each ......... 1.15 Dates, per pkg...............................24 Shelled Almonds, per lb.................... .60 Shelled Vi'alnuts, per lb.....................85 Cooking Figs, California White, per lb.......16 COFFEE, the values we have in Coffees are hard to duplicate. Try one of our Specials freshly roasted per lb......�............... .38 and .43 We are advised that Coffee is due for a rise in price. It might pay you to buy a little ahead. THE GOO High-Class Cash Grocers canada food board license number 8-599 LIMITED Phone 525 Why not Prepare for Cold Weather Take Advantage of Our 10% Reduction Sale On All Stoves, Ranges and Heaters, Both Coal and Gas. W'c have the largest assortment ever shown in Lethhr'dgo all bought before prices attvanccd. This t'mo^rou get the benefit as we arc,overstocked. Sec our stock even it you do not intend buying just now. Consumers' Hardware and Supply Company 120 FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1212 FLU'SIIOATPIS WORSE IN OfllARIO Open Until 9 O'clock Tonight Hiedley Drug Co. PHONE 772 Toronto. Oct. IS.-Reiiorts i.=sued in many of the Uirger communities- in Ontario today indicat.? ihat the situation with regard to Ppani.sh influenza i- more serious than ai any period during the raging of the epidemic in the province. Deaths since noon yesterday have in most cases increased considerably. While the number of cases reported show no decline. For the first IS days of October, reports made to the provincial health department by undertakers show that December 135 persons have died from influen::a i pja.x- and 23S from pneumonia. So far there ; October has been 12.OSS case.s ot influeiizu or xovember pneumonia reported to the department ; uecember from different sections in Ontario. \ Deaths in Toronto since 'last night | [ numbered 2ft and reports from local ' '; hospitals give a total of 5ft9 patients. , ! as compared with 570 yesterday. Winnipeg. Oct. IS.-There was no change in the casli nVarkets today. Oats closed 's'-' higher for October au-i Ic higher for December. Barley closed ^^c lower for October, and i.sc higher for December. I-"i?x closed ;Jr higher lor October; 2c highen for Xovember and 3c higher for December, Winnip'eg Markets. Oats. ' Open Close ^October ................Si^i S2Vd December ..............73^4 74^i Barley-October ........................99 ..........lOl'i 10I"8 .......318 ........31:; .......307 Prices. 321 31.^ 30',i u Xo. V, C.W.. ANNOUNCEMENT 70 li. 70 U 71% Wants News From Home Every boy and man at the front gei their greatest satisfaction from letters received from hom.e, "Brink 'Me a Letter From My Old Home Town," is one of the popular Victor song re-corda and expresses ilie retiuest of a wounded soldier in France. Mason 4 ______ Risch, Lin^ited, wish you to visit their , yards Victrola Department and hear this, as \ movni well as other late records. '261-1 > : - embargo by the stockyards against cattle coming while there was ho mucli conge-^lion in the I very few loads came in this j morning. i Trading was still dull and prices ] {practically unchanged from yesterday, ; (Prime steers .511.00 to $11.50; cows, j '$7.00 to ^T.-'-O; slockers, $7.50 and ! feeders $9.00 to $10.00. Hogs. .517.75, fed and watered. That Which Hath Wings a Sequel to "The Dop C-l CH Doctor." BY RICHARD DEHAN The Rough Road ^ $1.50 BY WM. J. LOCKE The Star in the Window $1.50 BY OLIVE HIGGINS PROUTY The Fighting Fool $1.50 A Tale of the Western Frontier BY DANE .CiqoLIDGE THE PvED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO.^ LTD. Successors to Jackson 4. Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Emergency Meeting Ai\ emergency meeting ot the St. .lohn's .\mbulance Brigade overseas, is called for tonight at the home of Miss Bawdcn. 12,'iri 1th Ave. South. no CHARGE A ASIX-CENIPARE Winnipeg, Oct. IS.-A petition ot fi i^eut tares has beeirtransmitted to the city council by the 'Winnipeg Electric Railway company and a copy of the petition to every member ot the city council, owing to the urgency of the case, it is stated. The company has received from the niinistor ot labor tho report of. the Mathers' board of conciliation and the minister asks the compa,n.v to signify lt.s acceptance. Tho suggested change In fares would dispense wjtli workmen's tickets und Sunday special rales. An increase In Avag^s averaging 10 per cent, has been awarded the' city employes of St. Louis. Mo. Colonial Theatre Opens Tonight The big event of this evening will be the opening of tlie new Colonial theatre. Lethbridge's new palace of amusement. The doors will be opened sharp at seven o'clock. Thanks Citizens Pte. Stephen Tilitchell wishes to thank the people of Hardieville, for the kind reception they gave him on his return from overseas, also for the present, which will be .greatly prized. Cancels Speaking Engagements Owing to the prevalence of Spanish influenza throughout the province Sir Thomas White, minister of fin-I ance, has cancelled all his speaking I engagements for the 'Victory Loan and is returning to Ottawa from Vancouver direct. �I: ? London, Oct. IS.-It develop-> ed today that King Albert flew ? over Ostend vhen it was still ? occupied by the Germans. . ? ? ? : ? : * ? : ? ? ? ? > ? . well known jail over the sou'h country. With his______ brother, who i.s also ill, he has been | in charf^e of the ranch for sever'il ; - years. Jits father is one of the wealth-; ' announcement invx riieii in the siai" of Utah. i The Carl.nn. Business College will It is reporlp.ii from liJiymond Ihis ' re-open on -Monday next, October 21st, afternoon that one death frotn pneu-, unless any i .ather (ieyclopmenls arise, ijionia occurred there last night. * i 261-1 HIGINBOTHAM'S ENGLISH AMMONIATED TINCTURE of QUININE A very old fashio.ued, .withal a very r. liable remedy in such condition.H us obtain today. Influpii/.n (Spanish or any other variety!. Grippe. Colds, Fevers, etc, 'te. 35c a BOTTLE J. 0. Higiobotham & Co -- Limited ' � � -Aliertfc's Plantar Dri;9Bl�t�* Whok.oalo and Retail Chsmlit*. Phones 15l5 pnd 322 Killed in Action C. G. Groff, news editor of (he lier-iild. received the sad news this morning that his brother, Pte. M. R. Groff, had been killed in action in the heavy fighting at Cambrai a week ago last Sunday. Pte. Groff was attached to the 31st. and prior to enlisting iit Calgary, was accountant with the Canada Permanent Mortgage Co. Death of Peter Kergan The death took place in the city this afternoon at the residence, of Peter I Kergan. aged IS years, son of :Mr. and { j Mrs. Robert G. Kergan, 741 17th .street � north. The deceased was working iu Calgary and had come to the city to spend Thanksgiving season at his home. The funeral, which will be private, will take place tomorrow morning from Fotterly's parlors. Mounted Policeman Dead Conslable Douglas Grahm. of the ' Mounted Police, died in the Oalt ho.s-j pltal this morning. Me had been ill I with la grippe and pneumonia de-; veloped yesterday tnd claimed him as ( a victim a day later. Mo was a native ; of Ireland, though his parents are now I residing in 'Vancoirver. He was 2."i j ycuva of age, and would have been I with the police three years on Novem-; ber 3th, GREAT WAR VETERANS' ASSOCIATION TAG DAY SAT. Oct. 19th UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE GREAT WAR NEXTOFKIN GIVE! GIVE! GIVE! announ'Gement Social club dance will be held in tlie Knights ot Pythias hall Saturday evening from ;i ti.il 12, the best music ill the cily. gj^od floor, and a good time for all. ..\dmi,-;sioii. gents ?1.00. ladies free plus war tax o cents. Veterans half price, 2(il-2 THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE ARE NOW OCCUPYING THEIR Im Premises 414 Thirteenth St. N. Formerly Occupied by H. G. Kllner The Bulk of the Christmas Parcels Sent overseas last year were 30 days late in getting there. Now is the lime to make your selections, pack your box and send It on its way  NOVEMBER 15TH is to delay until the last minuto. Between now and then concontratD on the subject of your boy. A LOOK INTO The Twentieth Century Book Store "Everybotly's Book Shop'^ Will Suggest Soimelhing for the Occasion. / BOOKS by tha thoiisand.s are needed for shipment overseas. Hospital libraries Mhst Bo Increased in Size and Number rapidly. This means a very present need for more books ot entertainment and diversion. 514 Fourth Avenue Phone 613 1 Chevrolfct Touring Car class condition, new tires. 1 Ford Truck, in Al running order. The above cars are for cheap, so bargain. act quick A Well Baked Loaf-QUAKER BREAD Bread with substitutes ir^require very thorough baking. The substitutes hold the moisture and if the loaf is not thoroughly baked It will be doughy and clammy no matter how o.'d it gets. We arc keeping our oven, cooler and leavina the bread in the oven longer. That's v/hat helps to make Quaker, Bread a better loaf. Why waste good Ingredients experimenting Madam? Use Quaker Bread and save your materials and strength. f CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 6-879 ohn Gilmore, Limited, Bakers. Office Equipment and Stationery stenographer's Note Books ..................'.'......$9.85 pec 100 Typevvriier Carbon ........................$2.00 to $3.60 per box Typewriter Ribbons .......................... 7Sc and $1.00 each Second Sheets .....'.................... $1.25 and $1.50 .-jer 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVERALL & FRANKS SInnot Block Cor. 4th Ave, and 6th St. ;