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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnOHEIMER PIANOt KDISOM PHONOGRAPHS ASSINiBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" S16 6th Street South Phone 1545 GEORGE MORGAN ! HOUSE DECORATOR 864 11th Street S. � , , Phone t4�a Prompt and Reliable Work Dene at ft�aten,2 Cash Prices Oats- No. J c. w. St; No. 3 C. ^\ Siv, Extra No. 1 Feed ..........., � S2i^ No. 1 Peed ____ Barlo.v- Xo. 3 C. W. 107 No. 4 C. W 102 Flax- No. 1 X. W. C. . . enter into peace negotiations, and his answer to Baron Burian on Sept. 15th. Not Concluded i London, Oct. 23.- (Reuter's).- In no circumstances was it consistent with the safety, security and unity of the Empire that her colonies should be returned to Germany, stated Hon. A. J. Balfour, British foreign secretary, in the course of a speech he delivered at a luncheon of the Australian and New Zealand club today. Mr. Balfour said it was absolutely essential that the British Empire's Calgary Livestock C:ilgir.v. Oct. 23.-About 300 head j of c.'.ttle were on the market today and : the demand was a little brisker than ! yesterday. Best class of fat steers jv.ent to $11.aO; cows. $7.50 to 58.00; t itucljers. ?7.00 to SS.OO. For feeders of the best class' the demand is strong ; and good prices will be paid for short ; stuff. Hogs still quoted at ?17.Ta, with j none on sale, j New York Stocks j New York. Oct. 23.-Closing sales: communication should remain and if F-'P-.^-lIO: United States Steel, 109%; the German terFitor.v was returned | what securities would there be that : United States Steel preferred, 112^4. ^ Basel, Oct. 23.-President Wilsou's their original possessors would not  TBply to the Austrian peace proposals use them for the base of piratical op- : in no way justifies the conclusion that ei-ations. ^ �' the exchange of views -which has been ' . The doctrine that the colonies ' begun is to be interrupted, according should not 'oe returned, ."\Ir. Balfour { 1o Baron von Hussarek. Austrian pre- claimed, was not selfish and imperial- i mier, speaking before the bouse of istic. It was one whereiu the inter-  lords yesterday, according to advices ests of the world were almost as much received here from Vienna.  1 concerned as the interests of the Em- "We shall continue all the-more our pire itself. If the Empire ivas to re-efforts toward peace." he said. | main united it -vras absolutely neces---- i.sary-that the ways whereby the com- ; MAKES $S00 BY EXTRA I ponent parts could communicate witli | YEAR IN PENITENTIARY each other should never again be at j Jackson, Miss.-Lowery Chandler. , the mercy of an unscrupulous power, j �nho recently sued the trustees and officials of the penitentiary for J20.00U damages, because he had been imprisoned there for a year after Governor Brewer had signed his conditional pardon, has been paid SSOO as a compromise, by the penitential-)- officials and trustees. SAID TO BE ACCOMPLICE OF EDMONTON MURDERER Heed the Warning Shiver Cold chills running up and down your spine may prove ominous signals of approaching colds, la .grippe, etc. PENSLAR LAXATIVE COLD BREAKERS relieves colds aud similar complaints in an almost magical way. It is gently laxative and by loosening . the .bowels, stimulating the secretions and increasing the actirity of the various vital organs it expels every vestige of colds, la^gyippe, etc. Price 25c box THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Suce�iac)ra'|e';Jacksen A Cob Talcphonai* 55S and 12M SherleeW' BuMdlng CITY AND DISTRICT No Board Luncheon There will be no Board of Trade luncheon tomorrow on account of the influenza epidemic. at $2.00 Each First Aid Discontinued Owing to the present epidemic, the first aid classes at the V. M. C. A., couducted by Chief Hardy will be discontinued until further notice. These sweepers are good values at double this price; see window. Be on hand early if you want one of these. Coiisum' Hardware & Supply Co. Two Sad Deaths E. J. Sehl i-feceived the shocking news this week of the' death dt botii his brother and brother-in-law at Waterloo, Ont., of influenza?' His brother. R, Sehl. and his brother-in-law, J. Bauer, died within two hours of each other oue day last week. The! entire family are laid up with the dia ease. 120 FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1212 Death of Thos. Taylor There died in the city on October! 2Srd Thomas Richard Taylor, aged 33 years. The funeral will take place on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from Fetterly'a undertaking parlors, and will proceed to St. Augustin's cemetry whore intermeut will take place. Canon Murrel-Wright will officiate. The deceased was a farmer living near, Coaldf.le. PRINCE DEAD Rome, Oct. 22.-Prince TJniberto, Count of Salemi, cousin of King "Victor Emmanuel, is dead at Crespana, near Mont Grappa, whore he commanded a battery in the Italian army. He wis 29 yeai-s old. RY. TRAFFIC BLOCKED. Toronto, Oct. 22.~Owing \.i the fact that 219 of the Grand Trunk terminal employees here are away with influenza, the railway today wa.s compelled to place an embargo on all freight consigned east � ' -N OWING TO THE LOCATION OF OUR MARKET WE MUST DO BUSINESS BY PHONE It's convenient and we must give exceptionally good service to hold our customers. If you are not a customer It Rill be to our mutual advantage to have your trade and suggest you investigate for a couple of weeks. R. COULTRY Phone 492 Th� Alba.-U Meat Market Canada Food Board License Number S-28693. WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR FURS Hides, Pelts, Etc. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT & FUR CO., LTD. Hear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices Cor. 4th Ave. and 5th Street S. Phones: Office 799; Res. 326 . Reference: Standard Bank TELEPHONE STIE Si. Edmonton, Oct. 23,-Joe Krauae .also known as "Curly", has been taken into custody by the provincial police charged w^th aiding and abetting Joe Cameron, murderer, to escape. Krause was one of the card party of which Zap-pler and Cameron were members and was a witness to the shooting of Zappler following ar; argument over money. It was also Krause who drove Cameron in his automobile from the scene of the first shooting to the heart of the city. He lives at Jarvts, on the Great Waterways railway, about 85 miles out of Edmonton. Regina. Oct. 23.-Long distance and jural telephone lines throughout Saskatchewan were tied up today when telephone operators and the entire operating .staff of the government of Saskatchewan telephone s.vstems walked out on strike at 1 o'clock, fol-low^ing the government's refusal to grant a board of conciliation to adjust the question of wages. Out at Saskatoon Too Saskatoon. Oct. 23.-Since 1 o'clock this afternoon Saskatoon has been without long distance and rural telephone connections, as at that hour all switchboard operators and outside workers went on strike. The automatic system within Saskatoon itself is being kept in operation and according to S. W. Harrin, district superintendent of telephones, it can, and will be, kept -working indefinitely. GET INCREASES Vancouver, Oct. 23.-Shipyac;d workers of all ranks are entitled to an increase of two cents an hour all around, in accordance with the agreement of June 1, which set the scale of wages for all labor classifications for the duration of the war and only subject to such increases as were justified by the'increased cost of living. DR. J�SSOP VERY ILL St. Catherines. Ont., Oct. 23.-Drr Elisha .fessop, M.P.P., is critically ill with influenza at his home here. He has been unconscious for the last 48 hours and his recovery is not expected. SEVERE EARTHQUAKES Panama, Oct. 22,-There have been severe earthquakes in Gautemala and 1^0 persons are dead, according to re-port.-i received here from Gautemala. Much property damage also " has been caused. CELEBRATE DELIVERY Washington. Oct. 22.-Deliverance Wirlfeand Oil The mainst^yi of the ancients, find expression � of the fullest-value in The tonic food and recoustruc-, live for both young and old. Invaluable -in "Grippe" or Influienza Cases $i.oa Tim 'AlkarU** PUn�tt OnWfflair Whalaaal* antf Ratall Ohamlal* Phones 1516 and 322 More Big Potatoes E. E. Doglow can boast of sonjp big potatoes. He has eight that weigh 23 pounds. He left in the Herald office j two potatoes, one weighing 2 pounds 9% ounces and the other 2 pounds 4',4 ounces. These potatoes were grown on dry land about half a mile from Magrnth. Geo. Taylor of Lethbridge tells the Herald he has a tine big spud from his garden which weighs 4S ounces. Infant's Funeral The funeral of Alice M. Doe aged 6 months, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Doe, took place Tuesda.y, Oct. 22nd. The service was held at the residence of the grand parents. 1121 16th Street North, conducted by Rev.' Burns, and the remains were laid to] rest in the public cemetery. Mr. and \ Mrs. Arthur Doe wish to thank their j friends for kindnesses shown and floral tributes sent as follows: Cross,' mother and father; wreath, Kirkbj^s; spray. Miss Laveriek; spray, Mr. and Mrs. F, Wragg; spray. Miss Susie Siinm; spray, Mr. and Mrs. Emmer-son; spray, Mrs. Binning^ .spray, Mr. ! aud -Mrs. Albert Witham; wreath,! grandparent and aunts; spray, Uncle-Charley and Syd. (overseas). WHO DOES the BEST CLEANING? DUCK, TAILOR At 402 Thirteenth Street N.-Phone 1770 Lee Duck has been here for five years, and he is a well known tailor in the city. He has extended his business by adding one dry cleaning machine. / HIGHEST CLASS WORK AND LOWEST PRICES Pressed only.......... . 65c to 75c Sponge Cleaning .... $1.00 to $1.25 Dry Cleaning......$1.50 to $1.75 (DELIVERY FREE) SUITS ANNOUNCEMENT -all se- Chasing the Chickens Six brothers-^the Brown boys-play saxaphones, inatrumenta of ductive sweetness. These brothers have entertained audiences over the (whole -American continent-they are daily furnisliing amusement in thous- YOU'RE SAFE AT THE SANITARY BARBER SHOP Westbrook Bros Opposite Bank of Montreal of half of Belgium from the Germans ; ands of homes through the means of to 'give will be celebrated at Havre, Oct. 26 1 their Victor Records, A benign spirit 1 gu^ed 1 and 27, the anniversary of the first battle of the Y.ser. under the aiispices of the Belgian government. STORAGE Potatoes 1 TO RENT Excellent Rooms for and Produce. F. 0. HYDE & CO. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE of joy seems to hover over their latest record. Mason & Biach, Limited, Bal-^loral Block, Lethbridge, have this record. No. 18476. It's double sided- two splendid selections-"When Aunt A NEW HIGH RECORD Washington. Oct. 23.-New. high re-'. Dinah's Daughter-Hannah Bangs on 'the Piano"-One-step, and "Chasing the Chickens"-fox trot. You'll want this record. Come in and hear it. 285-1 cords for September foreign trade in both imports and e.xports -tvere announced today by the department of commerce. Imports were $262,000,000, an increase of nearly $26,000,00fr over September, 1917, and exports |550.-000.000, an increase of about- SlOO,-000,000. NOTICE! LETHBRIDGE LODGE No. 2,L 0. 0. F. Will not meet again during tl�3 present epidemic of influenza, and not until permission is obtained from Iha Medical Hsallli officer. Any/.hiug of Importance should be reported at once to either the Noble Grand, or Recording Secretary. By order of the Lodge. G. B. WELLER, Recordlnfl Secretary Phone 441 948 13th Street S. 265-2 9 AUTO STORAGE Five Dollars per Month Having leased the Hick-Sehl Warehouse we are prepai-od to look after your auto during winter months 'In practically a fire proof building. PHONE 633 Ford Garage ""'1232 Third Avenue S. Lethbridge GRANTED A RESPITE Montreal. Oct. 23.-Aurele Vuelll-etle, the young nr,in-found guilty by a jury of the court of king's bench of the murdcv of a farmer and his young son at Snake River, Pontiac County, and Hentencftd by Mr. Justice Weir, i .sitting at Bryson, to hand, was yes-' terday granted a respite by judgment of Mr. Justice Weir until Jan. 10, next. : ? ^ ? ? ? : > : ? ? Shows Will Appear O. K. An item of interest to theatre goers is the announcement made today by Manager Brown of the Majestic theatre, that in spite of the influenza epidemic, - the two attractions "Have a Heart" and "Everywoman" which were booked to appear at the Mttjestic oil October 28 and 29 and Nov. 4th respectively,^ will be visiting the city at ^n advanced date, "Have ^ Heart" is & musical comedy with a company of G8 people. This company is now sojourning in Saskatoon. "Everywoman" the wonderful play that has everything combined in it-grand opera, musical comedy, drama and extravaganza, with a company of over 100 people, is being held in Winnipeg. Botli shows are being held in these places until the ban is lifted, when they will proceed on their way over! the Western Canada circuit. Just at i present it is injpossible for Mr, Brown exact- dates, but it is an as-fact that they will both vibII Lethbridge soon. CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. A. Kessler wLsh to thank their many friends for great sympathy .shown in their recent aad bereavement of their infant son Clarence; also for the beautiful floral tributes: Mr. and Mrs. Gust Kaupp and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Seltzer and family, Mr. and Mrs. W, V. "^Nelson, and the Farmer,s' Fire and Hail Insurance Co. 205-1- Put on your fighting clothes THE men who have gone into service have done ityou men at home can do it in a little different way. ^Wear clothes that will save for the men who are fighting. That means the lasting kind that wear so long you buy fewer clothes per year. ^ At this store we're offering "fighting clodies" only; the kii(d that serve you and the cause.' Hart Schatfner & Jtarx make thciu; all wool, well tailored; they last longer, yofi buy less often. L. KEEL The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes FOUR DEATHS AT MOOSE JAW Moose Jaw,(,Oct. ,23.-There arc 174 epidemic cascw of Infliionza in - the four hdspilalB here with a scarcity of nurses. Four deaths occurred in the night, bringing the total deaths'to 12, All stores will be closed at 6 p.m. Sftt-urday night. The medical authorities say they now believe the epidemic is stationary. YOU WILL LIKE QUAKER BREAD We use a mixture of substitutes in Quaker Brtad. Barley flour gives flavor, Corn flour helps the color, Oat flour and Oatmeal keeps the loaf moist. Quaker Bread Is mighty, good bread and you are helping to save wheat when you serve Quaker Bread' on your^-table'ij JoKn Gilmore, Limited, Bayers. UICENSE NUMBER S-�79 A NEW CREATION WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE BEST IN SCHOLARSHIP, CONVENIENCE, AUTHORITY, . V UTILITY. In Editions from.................75c to $20.0Q The Twentieth Century Book Stor^ -�� ------- PHONE 613 514 FOURTH AVENUE Office Equipment and Stationery Stenografjher's Note Books......................... $9.86 per 1.00 Typewriter Carlion....................... 92.00 to $3.50 per bo7( Typewriter Ribbon* .......................... 75c and 91.00 each Second Sheets.........................91.25 and 91.60 ;>er. 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVERALL & FRANKS SInnot Block Cor. 4th Ave. in'd 6th. St. ;