Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
MOnOHCIMCR PIANO* KDISOM PHONOGRAPHS A9BINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everything Mueical" 115 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE. DAILY HE GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street S. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work none at Reason-ablo Prjoca. We Sel! Nothing but the Best SOUTHERN ALBERTA RAISED MEATS DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-266-; EXCEPTIONAL VALUE Thai is what one wholesaler told us about our No t Jonathan Apples thaf. ive havo just got In. No wonder whim they are qui'trd at $:!.> to translate general principle* into concrete terms of fortresses to be occupied; submarine base* to be placed under guard: munitions plants to �e dismantled and strategic rail lines to be secured uKaiintt German use. Since an armistice on ullied terms mean* an nod of the war. attention also niuft be given to demobilization f the German army, in itself a lonn, process, sime the great force would not be turned bark to civil life overnight. Tin- machinery fiai an t Gillian, the Heigtan itief of st.tft. are � \-officio members of -he army board, lithe admiral* . omm.ir.dinR the to a-great navie*. British, Freeh. Ani't: can and Italian, are r.votlicio memtx of the board. The president propo-e. that terms to he draw:: ;;p byjhes>- mil; tary and naval agencies are to le> -no-raitted to the respective ROHTumvn:-as>r>ociated againct GcrniMiv tor rat-flration before they are civ.-n ft. th-German government, Th supreme war >oiincl'i. composed uf tli.- pr-.'tit.e;--of the allies, and Fresiden' Wii-on probably would pass on the program sine it is only armistice c-omi.f.i::-am! not peace treat lei whw U arc to i.,. con-ldered. Oats-Oct. .. !)ee. Ilarle Or'. .. Her. . I-Tax Oct. . . Ni>\ . . IV;- . . Oa: No' i Kxtra No. I No. 1 V red . C e> . . Hurley No. i" vV i; io.-tr -l.. 1-T.x No '. N V," Winnipeg Markets Oper lief! l\t:> Cash Prices .No No t F-i'd g, p. r. steamer is ie on reef A 05: Heed the Warning Shiver up and may prove :ippt onching fold chills niniii down your, spine ominous signals of i olils. ia grippe. ..if -. PENSLAR LAXATIVE COLD BREAKERS re'iie\e;i colds Htvi similar com--plain's in an almost magical way. It is gently laxative and by loosening the hen els. stimulating th" sscrotio!; an I increasing the activity or the various vital or.'t.irfs it oxpe'.s every vestige of colds, la grip; c. etc. Price 25c box CITY AND DISTRICT j Tenants Should Register Friday is tiie last day on which t�n-| ants may register their names for the i voters' list of the city. Registration 'must he made at tho office of the city issessor at the city hall. Funeral of John Norman The funeral of .lohn VV. Norman, whoso death is announced elsewhere in today's issue, will take place from Fetterly's parlors on Sunday afternoon at 2.^0. IV. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 655 and 1232 Sherlock Building Ranch Sold The t'nwkinti rancu at I.tmdlireck. with stock and implements, was sold yesterday to a purchaser from How Island, bv l'atterson. .McKinnxti and | Hell. . ' T is more economical to use Paint than it is. not to use it. Lumber costs more than Paint-Paint preserves. Lumber. AH Paints are not suited to Western conditions. ^^a- HjjTiiiuin'H noanar House Paint has been made in Western Canada for 33 years with thorough knowledge of climatic requirements. Genuine white lead, oxide of zinc, pure colors and Manitoba linseed oil, ground by perfected machinery-these are the points that make tfQQfanf House Paint your most, economical purchase for all outdoor work. .:: SOUSE PAINT 2:; PHONES: Business Office 1212 1920 Consumers' Hardware & Supply Co. V:cto--a. O::. C4.-Wireless messages -:oc vnd 'C'J.-.y frcm the ncftn si-; ;h� Cannciian Pac.fie raieA'.-.y ccf^p.iey'." r'-T~irf Prie-ccr-' Soph i. '-c.'.Kl so.itn from Sk-(jv..iy. A'.-s>a. v.ent ra.iore tin Vanderb 't r�;f. Lyiif. car^l, near SKagv;it. r.sey today. It .vai ht-lieved i-r,; t.ts Sophia carried a capr.c'.; lo=^ cf pnsstnj'rj. WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR FURS Hides, PelU, Etc. LETHBRIDGE HIDE. PELT & FUR CO.. LTO. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices Cor. 4tu Are. anfl 5th Street S. Phonea: Office 7�9; Res. 326 Reference: Sijintjard Dank ARRESTED AT WIFE'S FUNERAL Quebec Oct. 24--While attend:tithe funeral of his wile at St. I'.o::.,)u aid. today. Alexander H.unel �'ar a-rested by detectives on the charm- ft embezzlement. He has been huutei! for several weeics and the police finally landed him when he attempte; to follow his wife's hotly in the grave .L-- OVERTIME NOTICE! LETHBRIDGE LODGE H: I, I 0. 0. F. WW not meet again during Uo preoent epidemic of influ-eni*. and nrt nntil permission is Obtained from the Medical Health officer. Anythinc of im-portaaoe ahould be reported at oace to either the Noble Grand, or Recording Secretary. By order ot the Lodge, O. . WCLLER, R�e*e�1lna Secretary Ph�ne 441 948 13th Strett S. 265-2 WE'VE BEEN SELLING GOOD MEATS IN LETHBRIDGE FOR 30 YEARS AND ARE STILL DOING SO. R. C0ULTRY Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market i Canada Food Board License Number 8-28690. 1 Wa-hiuc'.e HIK tail way I eii I heir reiji pay U r over adn-iiiisi r.i -o Of th llleu lie' overtime t!i;i -taniiartl day ation apiilie.-inan, rontlu In a- erhooils. union has for holiday ' Tile Wait i application coinmeudutious McAdoo 0..t, --The iiTfir lead .it!.i : lin" ' > i'.a\ renew-�st to- 'into and � half it inie v. i tU. and are n nv i.- ,ue liefore th" railriia1' � i. iioari At present rio.~t � :h" satie- rate of ii.iy tui at !'.!"y ret i-ive for t'c- 's ivurk. The new appih-s to the eiiKineers. hie-tois and trainmen's broth-litmnn. tite switchmen'-^ e ! fo.- t hue and ;i halt and Sin.day work." lioarii is cimsidoriliB tlo-iitnl ivill make their re- Hi to Director-General J. 9-#Higiabothara & Co *~~~~ Limited � The AlierU'i Planter Oruo�lt��" Wh�l�aa!t �rd Retail Chsmlata, Phones 1515 and 322 STORAGE TO RENT Excellent Rooms for Potatoes and Produce. F. 0. HYDE* CO. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE boasts oe love foreoualrights;hal!faxwairs re Funeral of Thos. Taylor The funeral of Thomas llichard ' Taylor will take place on Friday afternoon at l' o'clock from Fetterly's undertakini? parlors, and will proceed to St. AUKtistin's cemetery, whern in-tertnont will take place, (.'anon Mur. rell-WriKht will officiate. Detective Egan's. St.itos City police authorille.s take obj.-c-tion to the stutemeni that Defective Kgan Is reporting, to Mayor Hurdle and not to Chief llnidy of the polie,. force. Detective Kfinn i. T. I.elll- t lie Tlo Conference Postponed The Teachers' Conference for the Sriciltura! schools of the l'rovince 1 Vinh was to he held on the 'J4th and .** 1 has been cancelled. The schools wfft not open on the I'fth as was intended hut will remain closed until opening is advised r>y the Provincial Hoard of Health. Death of Soldier's Wife Tin: death of Ada Grace .Shear, wife of 1'Mc.ai' Shear, took place in the city last nlsht at the residence of her father. H. K. Jacks. Mr. Shear Is at present* overseas with the American Forces iu Frame. The funeral, will take place on Saturday at - p.m. from Fetterly's parlors. Uev. A. F.. Snow officiating. Interment will he in the Anglican cemetery. Southern Alberta Men Wounded , The mailed list of casualties report^* the following as wounded; I'te. Alfred .Smith, enlisted I'inrlier Creek, next-of-kin, KnKlnhd: I'te. llobcrt .McKay, next-of-kin. Mrs. 11 (1. McKay, ("ran-hronk; Acting Houihiinlier Fred Ingram, next-of-kin. Harry Iimram. iMil llrd Ave. N.. la-thhridue-. I'te. Secord K. Allill, e.ilfsted Pincher Creek, next-of-kin, lieiimiller. On! ; Fte. llur. ry Kent, enlisted l.etbbridc;o, next-of-kin, Ihiitland: I'te. John ,1. Kendall, whose wife jives at Frame Hose � ranch. Hothwe.ll, Macleod: Clarence , lietts. son of Mrs. J. A. Hetts, Contts; i I'te. 1'rotx linker. Tuber. Is reported ' passed. [ Appreciate Wesley Offer I The Victory l.oau committee, heitm the largest body of citizens at pros-1 ent KatlierinK together, last evenin;;} passed it resolution, expressive of the) apjireciation of the citizens to Hev.' (.'. K. t'rai?K and the authorities of Wesley church, for their kitidneds in giving the Wesley iiall in a temporary i hospital for the handling ot influenza. -, cities. ' Mcnnnnltes in the Mordeti district. ! Manitoba, have decided to conform to the school attendance laws of the. I province. ; In (-oni)orilon with the military fun-j eral of the late veteran. .1. W. Nor-j man, till relumed men are asketi to � attend .'it the G. \V. V. A. i|iiaiters al l.:;o on Saturday noon, \tcarius unl-i form If possible. , x-'.' j YOU'LL LOOK LIKE "A GOOD HEAD" After Leaving This Shop Westbrook Bros Opposite Bank, of Montreal AUTO STORAGE Five Dollars per Month llavinK loused tho Mick-Son! Warehouse wn are prepared to look afier your auto during winter months In practically n firo proof Jitilhllna;. PHONE 633 Ford Garage 1232 Third Avenue 8. Lethbrldfli Aninte rdaiii. Hussarek. He ilisctissinK in ply to Austri Oct. 21. - liaron Von Austrian premier, in � 'resident Wilson s rein tl.e house of lords le COXS ORANGE APPLES To The General Public: ^ The COX'S ORANGE APPLE is very little known throughout the West, but is one of the highest grade apples placed upon the market. Its appearance does not equal the Mcintosh Red, but its QUALITY IS SUPERIOR. Would advise you when ordering your next box of "apples from your grocer or fruit merchant to ask for a box of Cox's Orange. This apple commands the highest price on the London market. Try a Box of Cox's Orange B.C. FRUIT MARKET SSL in Vienna mi Tin silay. -aid that Austria was able to endorse the president's ei-acc rtranrum without .foresakin;; deep-rooted convictions, lie declared it. was a historic and fundamental idea of llapshui'K mouatchy that all its peoples should have oijtial rlffhts. I'ie. diil not think the jire-'ideni'A reply would result in a hieakint; off of e.\- cliaHKet-. Czech members declared that the plan embodied in the imperial manifesto for the establishment of a Czech slate was impracticable. . Halifax, N .Murray, p.-'-: Utter veci-lv. today. Stat.-.! by the at (i. that as the;-, council, no i ally held to i eil when aldermen i Hawkins h it ... (ilectlon. AN AIRMAN KILLED j � ... I lieserouio, (int., Oct. IM.- Cadet ,1. ! ft. Speer, ot O'ikbauk, Man., was kill-led todav as tiie result of a flying nccl-I'dcni in* Camp Mohawk at 10.10 this morning. Tell You What to Subscribe Tom Chryal, who has a large wheat farm in the arlo-dan well basin south , of Grassy Lake, lias just returned from a trip to his former hone at Lacrosse,-Washington, lie states there are many caaes of Spanish influenza in that dis. trict. The activities for iiriyiiiK on lint war to u successful conclusion ate evident ot) every hand, and the new Liberty fcaiau was subscribed to aen-' erously in the I'aloiuto. country in siiite of a llfiht crop tho past Hea.nn. lie states they size you up there and advise you how much you are expected to so invest, and the hanks are liberal in making loans against such security. As Long as the Quarantine Regulations are in Force the Street Cars Will Not be Operated on Sundays M. FREEMAN, COMMISSIONER Mr. Lathrop's Absence O. T. Luthrop was called to Arkansas by a report of the Rej-foiiH illness of his frttlior. He now reports from there that the old gentleman in in the hospital at Fort Smith, Arkansas, waiting an .operation within tho next fow dnys. The .father visited here last year, and will be remembered by those who met him as a halo and hearty man who would be jiidged as 'of middle age, rather than n,utl.e an old gcntlomun. Aside froi* the local trouble which necessitate!) the operation, his health has been very good, so It la considered conditions nro fav- 1 nai A NEW CREATION WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE BEST IN SCHOLARSHIP, CONVENIENCE, AUTHORITY, UTILITY, In Editions from.................75c to $20.00 The Twentieth Century Book Store 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 61S A Real Conservation Ld^f is Quaker Bread Quaker Bread is a better eating loaf 24 hour* old than It la fresh. The uso of substitute?, keeps the loaf mo.iat.and flives it a sweet nutty flavor that need only be tasted to be appreciated. There^ U never any hard crusts left over where Quaker Bread is served. See that trie driver leave* you enough but no mo'rc.i . � T . _i I . John Gilmore, Linaited, Bakers. CANADA FOOD ROARD LICENSE, NUMBER 6-879 Office Equipment and Stationery Stenographer's- Note'Books........................$9.85 per 100 Typewriter Carbon'........................ $2.00 tp $3.80 per box Typewriter Ribbon* ...........'............... 76c and $L00 each Second 8hoeta......................... $1.25 and $1.60 .>er 1,000 EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVER ALL & FRANKS Olnnat Block - Cor. 4\h Ave, and 6th St.