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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta N03DHEIMER PIANOS KDI80N PHONOGRAPHS AS8INIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" S15 6th Street South Phono 1545 r LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 9�4 11th Street S. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Don* at Reasonable Prices- FOR THIS WEEK-SOME VERY CHOICE BEEF, PORK, MUTTON and LAMB DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Can-da Food tJn.ir^ Lie Phone 452 nse Number 9-2(3-', SPECIAL ON JONATHAN APPLES EIGHTY CRATES OF ORCHARD RUN JONATHAN APPLES, ALL IN SPLENDID CONDITION, YOU CAN GET NOTHING BETTER FOR IMMEDIATE USK. GOOD FOR EATING OR COOKING THIS IS LESS THAN THEY CAN BE LAID DOWN IN L ETri BRIDGE FOR IN CAR LOTS. WE DELIVER FOR A SMALL CHARGE.-ASK US ABOUT PARTICULARS. While they last, per crate...................... $1.90 THE GOOD CO., LIMITED High-class Cash Grocers Phone 525 Canada Food Board License No. 8-599 Stop That Bark" WITH K. AND A. WHITE PINE COUGH SYRUP WITH TAR !f you hiivp h stubborn I'uinh. i your lungs ure irflamed unit your sir passages irritated, this splendid Cough Syrup will afford tho relief you seek promptly nil '..ith'iut any harmful after-of Yets. K. .V- A. White Pinr Cough Syrup wi::. T.i: is a hcling remedy compounded of White Pint- Bark. Menthol. Tsr. Wild Cherry and other well known ingredients. Get a bottle of this el'le. t i\v remedy as .-con as possible. Sold in two sizes. 25c and 50c. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. 3&zr*4&f* Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL  HONE 1417 CITY IS FACING P Payment of Taxes Must be Much Larger to Avert Money Difficulties. OWING TO THE LOCATION OF OUR MARKET WE MUST DO BUSINESS BY PHONE It's convenient ;.ml v., mint give exceptionally c.io.i .service to hold our customer?. If you are not a customer it will he to our mutual advantage to h*\e your ir.n!- and si;j; pest you invest igat-. for a couple of weok�. R. COULTRY Phone 492 The Albe-t* Meat Marke't Canada Food Board License Number S-2S63C. MARKETS Winnipeg. Oct. today was very light changed for Octohe for December. � Barley closed ;,c higher and December. Kl.ix closed tic higher for October: and 2 c higher i or October ; and l"'3c t'los * 1., WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR FURS Hides, Pelts, Etc. � LETHBRIOGE HIDE, PELT & FUR CO., LTD. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices Cor. 4th Ave. and .~th .Street S. Phones: Office 799: Res. 326 Hefertwice: Standard Bank AUTO STORAGE Five Dollars per Month Having leaned the Hick-Sehl Warehouse we lire prepared to look after your auto durin.=; winter months in practically a fire proof building. PHONE 633 Ford Garage 1232 Third Avenue S. Lethbridge '. l.- higher for N'ovemher higher for December* Winnipeg Markets (tats- Open Of.............. I It c ............ Barley - - Oct............. l)c............. !e:: Khvx Oct............. Nov............. :::�! He.............. ::ir. Cash Prices O.lts - No. 2 c. W. No Extra No. 1 Vce.il ...............- No. t Feed ................... >�,. ; lho ,m^l Barley xo. :: c. \v lor, n0 i c. w. ie", while both stoekfi.s and feeder? were a little slower in sale. Hogs still stand at Sl".7">. with more on the market. Financial diHiculties are facing the city which can only be averted hy a much larger payment of the l'.MSl taxe-. That, at least, was the opin- j ton expressed tit Monday's meeting of! the city council. As explained by the mayor, only 57 per cent of the ISIS taxes have yet been paid in. He had expected at least 7,"i percent. At l!ie| Cash trading Present rate of payment the city will) Oats closed un- have an ovecdr*Ct on current account ai the bank of SluO.ttoo on January 1st and in that case the cfty will be unable, to arrange with the bank for a line of credit to carry the city along during the early part of 191? until the taxes for that year commence to come in. The solution of th" matter is tvoub- ' ling the city latiers. They ate consid- i ering the advisability of "ending on*, a ' strong letter !.> t.ix delinquent? stat-1 ing that, unless ',),. taxes are paid be-] fore the ei:d of the \ear. distraint and, other drastic .->ep-- v.-jll have to be taken to secure the money imuiediateiy aftrr the beginning of the new year. In the meantioie the council is considering the advisability of securing, if possible, from the board of public util- i '.ties, power to issue it bylaw to cover I the cost of the filter plant, which is � i in the neighborhood of $10O,0u0. This; j has been paid out of tax arrears, but j is needed in the sinking' fund. If the filter plant could bo fund-! I oil. and paid by means'of debentures! his in the case of all other city utili-1 ; ties, the strain on the city's financial, j position would be relieved somewhat. J ! The council is also considering fol-j 'owing the lead of Calgary in spreading over the payment of tax arrears for a number of years provided the. .current year's taxes are paid. In Cal-' ga.-y those who pay all their 1918 j , taxes and 20 per cent of their arrears,; j will receive immunity from any tax : ; sale which may bo held, provided ot; , course that for the four years follow-' i ing they also pay the taxes of the urrent year arfd one-fifth of the ar Heed the Warning Shiver Cold chillti' running "P aud down your spine may prove ominous signals of approaching colds. la grippe, etc. PENSLAR LAXATIVE COLD BREAKERS relieves colds and similar complaints in an almost magical way. H is gently laxative and by loosening the bowels, stimulating the secretions and increasing the activity of the various vital organs it expels every vestigo of colds, la grippe, etc. Price 25c box BOOTLEGGERS ARE THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. ueeeeeore to Jaeksen A. Ca. Telephones 853 and 13U heriock Building "This is getting to lie too frequent an occurrence altogether.'' said Magistrate Irwin this morning addressing Alton! Jenson. who was apprehended by Sorgt. Bowker in the act of running a cargo^ot booze across from Montana. The maximum fine, $2"0, was inflicted on .lensoii. i W. Fairweather of Mnelcod was as-. sessed $.100 in the A.P.P. court this morning by Magistrate Irwin, lie was caught trying to run a load i)f Scotch into the city. One Day Only On Thursday moaning we will offer one hundred "Consumers Special" CARPET S WEEPERS at $2.00 Each These sweepers are good values at double this price; see window. Be oh hand early if you want one of these.  Consumers' Hardware & Supply Co, 120 FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1212 Mrs. Wardle's Funeral CITY AND DISTRICT No Meeting Tonight. There will be no meeting of the Viaduct Lodge No. 52 I.O.O.F. toniuh; in compliance with the orders of the provincial health board. Funeral Millie Noren The funeral ot Millie Margaret' Noren took place this afternoon at three o'clock proceeding from the parlors of MacKay and MacKay to the cemetery. The funeral of Mrs. H. Wardle took place Monday. Oct. 21st. from the residence of her sister-in-law, Mrs. 11. Dawson. ::rd Ave. \. The service was held In St. Mary7. church, conducted bj Kev. Mr. Snow, am! the remains were laid to rest In the public cemetery. The pallbearers were Mr. Fred Hick. Mr. Wellington. Mr. Crawford and Mr. II. Dawson, represent ing the North Star No. 1 Masonic order, of which the late l'te. H. Wardle was a member. Representatives were pre- sent from the Next-of-Kin association of which Mrs. Wardle was on the committee. Floral tributes wore sent by-Mrs. \V. A. lliK'lmnan, Mrs. II. Bent, ley and the Misses Hentloy, .Mr. and Mrs. 11. Dawson and Miss F.va Dawson. Misses Fisher, Mrs. .1. Humphrey, Mrs. I.ackenhy, Mr. and Sirs. Bowtell, Mr. George I.ongley, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Nelson. Mrs. Payne, Mre. Roth well, Mr. and Mrs. Ttilloch and fumlly, K. .1. Tlckner & Co.. Mr. and Mrs. Steeple, Mr. and Mrs. Singleton, Next-of-Kin Association, Sir Alexander Gait Chap, ter Daughters of tho Umpire. auSJJUn YOU'RE SAFE AT THE SANITARY BARBER SHOP Wettbrook Bros, Oppoelte Bank of Montreal � | rears, it is believed that a charter amendment to this' effect would lead many people to pay their taxes, but many ratepayers arc holding back, as they do not desire to pay 1918 taxes if their property is to go to a tax sale next year-for 1S1G and 1917 arrears. STORAGE TO RENT Excellent Rooms for Potatoes and Produce. F. 0. HYDE & CO. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE TO ARREST IDLERS WITHOUT WARRANT CATTLE SALE ACTING UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM E. H. FOSTER Ottawa, Oct. 22.-The anti-loafing by-law has been amended in such a manner us to provide for arrest without warrant. "Any peace officer," the amendment reads, "may arrest -with-, out warrant any person whom he believes on reasonable and probable ground to be violating the provisions hereof, i.e.. (the antl-Ioaflng law) and j such police officer is justified in mak-' ing such arrest. Keep Your Nose Clean Sounds unimportant, but means a great deal these days. One of head of 2-year-old steers; 12 head of 1-year-old stcerR; 20 head of 2 and rt-year-old heifers; 15 head ot 1-ycar-ohl heifers; 20 jjead of calves; f>() young pigs; il pure-blood Duroc Jersey hour pigs; 50 chickens; 25 turkeys; 1 binder; 1 .wagon water tank. 12 barrels; 1 wagon and hay /tacker; 2 wagons; 1 farm truck with box; 1 set of sleighs; 1 cutter; 1 hay rake, wldo dollvery; 2 international bull rakes; 1 disk drill; 1 disk; anil many other small articles too numerous to mention. 1 Pure-blood and Registered Shorthorn Bull, 3-years-old. " 3 Pure-blood and Registered Shorthorn Cows. � i TERMS CASH SALE STARTS AT 1.00 O'CLOCK SHARP ALEX. McLEAN, Auctioneer, Calgary, Alta, CHAS. FREEMAN,  Ownar Yes I Everybody Takes Cascarets Only 10 cents! ' Harmless cathartic for sluggish liver and bowels It is harmless.-Advertisement. St. North. 204-0 Feel bully! Clicor up! Tuko Cas-carots to liven your liver and clean tho bowels and atop hemlaches, bilious-nesfi, bad broath, coated tongue, sab lowue'sH, sour, stomach unil gases. Tonight tako Cascarets and on joy tho nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleansing you ever experienced. Wake up feeding grand-Kverybody's doing It. CaBcarets best laxative tor childrou. They gladly tako this pleasant canny cathartic because it never gripe:* or sickens Illio other things.-Advert. ,The Bulk of the Christmas Parcels Sent overseas last year were_30 days late in getting there. Now 1s the time to mako your selections, pack your box and send il on its way NOVEMBER 15TH is in delay until the last minute. Botwoon now and then concentrate on the subject'of your boy. A LOOK INTO The Twentieth Century Book Store "Everybody'! Book Shop" Will Suggeit Something for the Occasion. BOOKS by tho thousands are needed "W shipment overseas, Hospital libraries Must Bo Increased in Size and Number rapidly. Thl� means a very present need for more hoo\s ot entertainment and diversion. ' 514 Fourth Avenue Phone 613 W. A, PORTEOUS, Auctioneer QUAKER BREAD is a Real Victory Loaf Quaker Bread contains 10 per cent, of aupstltutee as required by the Food. Controller. Theae substitutes are barley fleur> corn flour, oat flour and oat. meal. Quaker Bread Is today a better eating and keeping loaf than It ever was before the use of substitutes. The- substitutes we use give the loaf flavor and keep l,t