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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOr^OHEIMER PIANO* SDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINtBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everything Musical" $15 6th Street South Phono 1545 lethbrtoge; daily herald ! GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 994 11th Strtet S. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Don* )! Reasonable Prioaa. FOR THIS WEEK-SOME VERY CHOICE BEEF, PORK, MUTTON and LAMB DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Daiks Hotel Phone 4S2 Canada Food Ba.ird License Number 9-26V. 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 LfSS THAN THEY CAN BE LAID DOWN IN.. L ETHBRIDGE FOR IN CAR LOTS. WE DELIVER FOR A SMALL CHARGE.-ASK US ABOUT PARTICULARS. While they last, per crate......... .. .$1.90 "Stop That Bark" WITH K. AND A. WHITE PINE COUGH SYRUP WITH TAR )t you liave a stubborn cough, i' youi- Inii.qs are inflamed and your air passages irritated, this splendid Gotigh Syrup will afford the relief you seek promptly and vithout any harmfjil after-etfects. K. & A. �fflTilte Pine Cough Syrup with Tar is a healiiiR remedy conipouuded ot White Pine Bark, Meiuhol. Tar, Wild Cticrry and other well known iagxedients. Get a bottle of this effeitivi- remedy as soon as possible. Sold in two sizes. 25c and 50c. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^g/r30 ......... -Md]^ I Cash Prices � Oats-No.-2 C. W. 86 Xo. 3 C. W. S:; Extra No. 1 Feed ............... 82 No. 1 Feed ......,............ SOU Barley- . , No. 3 0. W. 105 Xo. i C. W. TOO Rejected..................9S Flax- Xo. 1 X. W. C................333 i-i ' Calgary Live Stock Calgary, Oct. 22.-Verj- few cattle were shown on the market today and prices were practically unchanged since yesterday. Very little first class beef has been shown this week and I tlie top price for steers was 110.7.5. Cows sold about $7.00, while both stockers and feeders were a little slower in .sale. Hogs still stand at 317.7;>, with more on the market. YOU'RE SAFE AT THE SANITARY BARBER SHOP We St brook Bros, Oppoaite Bank of Montreal STORAGE Tvels, stimulating the secretion'^ and Increasing tbe activity of the various vital organs it expels every vestige of colds, la ^^ippe, etc. Price 25c box THE RED GROSS DRUG & BOOK CO.. LTD. uee�a�or� tat'Jacksen A Ca. Talaphonea BSS and 18U herioek Building BOOTLEGGERS ARE LY FINED On Thursday moaning we will offer one hundred! 'Consumers Special" at Each "This is getting to be too frequent � an occurrence altogether," said Magistrate Irwin this morning addressing Alford Jenson, who was apprehended by Sergt. Bowker in the act of running a cargOv^of booze across from Montana. The maximum fine, ?200, was inflicted on Jenson. W. Fairweather of Macleod was assessed $100 in the A.P.P. court this 1 morning by Magistrate Irwin. He was caught trying to run a load ()t Scotch into the city. ' These sweepers are good values at double this price; see window. Be oh hand early if you want one of these.  ConsHS' Hardware & Suiiply 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. 53 I.O.O.F. tonight in compliance with the orders of the provincial health board. Funeral Mlllje Noren The funeral of Millie .Margaret Noren took place this afternoon at three o'clock proceeding from the parlors of MacKay and MacKay to the cemetery. TO ARREST IDLERS WITHOUT WARRANT Ottawa, Oct. 22.-The anti-loating by-law has been amended In such a: manner as to provide for arrest with-' out warrant. "Any peace officer," the amendment reads, "may arrest -witli-j out warrant any person whom he believes on reasonable and probable ground to be violating the provisions hereof, i.e., (the anti-loaflng law) and such police officer is justified in making such arrest. Keep Your Nose Clean Sounds unimportant, but means a great deal these days., One of the simplest means of effecting this la- by the use of McKESSON & fOBBINS' NEW YOWK nose: CUP A wee pinch of salt and lukewarm \yater is all that is neces- sary. ll.Hi|iBhttha�l^Co - LimUU - 'AtkarMrti PtmtM* Phone* 161S and 322 Open Branch Store The Good Co, will open a branch store In the People's Drug: Store's old stand in North Lethbridge, The new branch will bo conducted along the same lines as the 5th St. store. Victory Loan Parade All Ijoys of school ago. not in Boy Scouts, are invited to take part in the big Victory Loan parade Monday next. Full particulars will be given at the. Victory Loan office, Southard Block, Thursday. Trades and Labor Council Owing to tho ban on meetings caused hy the 'flu epidemic, the above council will not hold their regular meeting toinorrow evening. The executive, ho^V-Sver, are asked to meet in the Labor hall at S o'clock to transact the business. For Soldiers' Children Mothers or guardians of soldiers' children are asked to leave name, address and number of children at the Victory Loan office, Southard Block, 'in order to assist the Rotary club iu arranging for the Christmas entertainment. ANNOUNCEMENT Miss Attree will not be in the city this week to hold-her usual dancing classes. LEMON JUICE WHITENS SKIN Girls! Make beauty- lotion at home for few cents Squeeze the juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of Orchard White, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the best Vleach-iiie and skin whitening lotion, and complexion beautifler at very, rery small cost. � Your grocer has the I^ons aad any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of Orchard White for a few cents. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion into, the lace, ueck, arms j and hand8..each day and see how tan, j redness, sallowneas, sunburn and wind-burn disappear anil how clear, soft and rosy-while the skin becomes. Yes! It is bamiless,-Advertisement, You'll Feel Grateful John McCormack invites you to a world of delights in a song that is alive with exultant feeling--"Love's Garden of Rose.s"-a song that calls you out of the dreary dugouts and entrenchments of tbe commonplace, into the suustilne of youth aud love and joy and gladness. , Mason & Risch, Limited, Balmoral Block, Lethbridge, have McCorrDack's Victor Record of this song. In hearing it you'll feel grateful for the inapiratioh with which this sweet singer suTounds you. We'll feel grateful it you permit us to play it for you, 364-1 IN MBMbfllAM In loving memory pf our dear son, Gunner Robftrt Granti filst Btittary, accidentally killed In' France, October 23, iai7. "A Mving .son, a faithful friend." "Till" the day br^ak, and the shadows flee away." Inserted by his parents. 264-1 TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION FOR .SALE-A Moffat cooking stove with water front and reservoir. In first class condition. Apply 702 15th St. North. ^ 2�4-0 Chanae in Officers. Sweet Grass Advocate; American Immigration Officer J. R. Jenkins arrived here last Wednesday from Mar-qus, Washingtop, and w-ill take over this port of entry, Joe Spongier, who has been filling this position for the past three years, departs .tomorrow with his family for Seattle, where he has accepted a government iiosltion. Local Recruit Died of Wounds. Mailed list of casualties report Pte, Alfred W, Emersou. next of kin, England, enlisted Lethbridge, died of wounds; Pte. Walter Gall, next of kin, Scotland, enlisted Lethbridge, wounded; Pte. Vernon W. Plant, next of -kin Calgary, enlisted Lethbridec, wounded; Lauco Corporal Riciiard L. Young, next of kin Cowley, enlisted Blairmore, wounded. Yes 1 Eveiybody Takes Cascarets Only 10 cents! ' Harmless cathartic for sluggish liver and bowels Feel bully! Cheer up! Take Cas-! carets to liven your liver and clean the i bowels and stop headaches, bilious-1 nesB, bad breath, coated tongue, salr lowness, sour, stomach and gases. Tonight take Cascarets and enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleansing you ever experienced. Wake up feeling grand-Kverybody's doing it. Cascarets best laxative for children, j They gladly take this pleasant candy: cathartic because it never gripes or | sickens like other things.-Advert. i � QUAKER BREAD a Real Victory Loaf Quaker Bread eonUlna 10 per cent, of subatitutea as required by the Food. Controller. Thaae oubatltutes are barley flflttr, corn flour, oat flour and oatmeal, Quaker Bread is today a better eating and keeping loaf than it ever waa before the ua� of aubatitutes. Taievaubatitutee wc ute flive the loaf flavor and keep i.t'molyt. John Gilmore, Limited B^ke: CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 6-87� mm \ The funeral of Mrs, H, Wardle took place Monday. Oct. 21st, from the residence of her sister-in-law, Mrs. H. Dawson, 3rd Ave. N. Tbe sen'ice was held in St. Mary's cliurcli, conducted by Kov, Mr. Snow, and, the remains were laid to rest in the public cemetery. The pall-bearers were Mr. Fred Hick. -Mr. Wellington, ^Jlr. Crawford and Mr. H. Dawson, representing the North Star No. 4 Masonic order, ot which the late Pte, H. Wardle was a member. Representatives were pre- sent from the Next-ot-Kln association ot which Mrs. Wardle was on tbe IILES S. of LETHBRIDGE OPPOSITE THE DAVE WHITNEY RANCH, ON Monday^ October 28 20 head of horses; 20 head of milk cows; 20 head of dry cows; 15 head of 2-year-old steers; 12 head of l-year-old steers; 20 head of 2 and 3-yearK)ld heifers; 15 head of 1-year-old, heifers; 20 Ij^ad of calves; 50 young pigs; G pure-blood Duroc Jersey boar pigs; 50 chickens; 25 turkej-s; 1 binder; 1 wagon water tank, 12 barrels; 1 wagon and hay jttacker; 2 wagons; 1 farm truck with box; 1 set of sleighs; 1 cutter; 1 hay rake, side delivery; 2 international bull rakes; 1 disk drill; 1 disk; and many other small articles too numerous to mention. 1 Pure-blood and Registered ShorthonfxBulI> 3-years-old. ' ^3 Pure-blood and Registered Shorthorn Cows. TERMS CASH SALE STARTS AT 1.00 O'CLOCK SHARP ALEX. McLEAN, Auctioneer, Calgary, Alta. CHAS, FREEMAN,  OwnoP ,The Bulk of the Christmas Parcels Sent overseas last year were JO days late in getting there. , Now Is the time to make your selections, pack yotir box and send it on its way / � NOVEMBER 15TH is to delay untilthe last minute. Between now aud then concentrate on the subject'bf your boy. A LOOK INTO The Twentieth Century Book Store "Everybody'* Book Shop" Will Suggea.t Something for the Occaalon. BOOKS by tho thousanas are needed ''for shipment overseas. Hospital libraries Must Be Increased in Size and Number rapidly. This nieana a very liresent need for laorc bo6'>s of entertainment and diversion.'' ' ' 514 Fourth Avenue Phone 613 Office Equipment and Stationery Stenbgra"phe'r'a'Note'aooler 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE . EVERALL &: FRANKS Sinnot Block, Cor. 4th Av�. and Sth St. 6643 ;