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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta X J m. it NO.-fOHEIMER PiANOf KDISON PHONOGRAPHS  ASSINIBOflA MUSIC CO., LTD. "EverythJna Musical" S15 Oth Street South Phone 1645 J GEORGE MORGAf^ , HOUSE DECORATOR 964 nth Street S. "' Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable \Nr tory Bond parade. The {uU in- : �* stnictions will be given there. ? ? :  *�?*��>?? : : / - Rotary Club Service The Rotar>- Club has made arrangements for the transfer of nursds to and from the varioui* places where they are nursing influenza patients. One member of the club each day is placing his car at the dispo.'al of "the nurses for this service, -vrhich is greatly appreciated. OlSAFFECTION IS REPORIED IN THE I Winnipeg 'Markets ^ Oats- .Open. Close. October ...........  ' . ShVi December ......... SI Va% Barley-October .......... 1 . 101'ts December ......... Ill 109%- i Flax- I November ........ 363 3lj0 I December........ 354 350 Vi Cash Prices Oats- !Xo. 2 C.W... S6 Xo. 3 C.W... S3 ! Extra Xo. 1 feed................ S3 �'Xo. 1 feed.. SI Xo. 2 feed.. TS Barley- Xo. '3 C.W.. .iOS Xo. 4 C.AV.. .102',i j Rejected ....................97% ' Feed ........................ 96% Flax- Xo. 1 X.W.C...................362 Xo. 2 C.\T......................354 Calgary Livestock ' Calgary. Oct; 2i;.-The cattle luar- Mrs. Russell, relict of the late Dr. 3ames Russell, superintendent of the Hamilton Asylum, died suddenly. (Buy a Tictoiy Bond) London, Oct. 2B.-(British wireless ] service)-The German armies should not be considered as definitely and fin-1 ket was quiet today, not many being ally beaten, but observers say allied . offered and those only .good butcher soldiers who are fighting their way! cattle. Like the previous day. cattle forward in the face of great enemy re-'sold dearer in the afternoon on Fri- Lethbridge, Alberta. October 2Sth, 191S. TO THE CITIZENS OF LETHBRIDGE, GREETINGS: KNOW YE: That I, M*nfred Freeman, by virtue of the powers vested in me as Acting Mayor of the City of Letlibrldge do hereby set aside the period of from 10 to 12 o'clock a,m. on Jlonday, the 2Slh day of October, for'the purpose of furthering the efforts of the Local Committee for the sale of VICTORY BONDS and call ou all good citizens to observe the same. GOD SAVE THE KING M. PREEMA*/, Acting Mayor. WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR FURS Hides, Pelts, Etc. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT & FUR CO., LTD. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices Cor. 4th-Ave. and 5th Street S. Phones: Office 799; Res. 326 RefereBce: Standard Bank sistance know that the enemy is not broken and that much heavy fighting probably vill have to be faced. At the same time reliable repoits continue �to reach London of increasing disaffection among the German soldiers. This disaffection and lack of discipline has led to actual mutiny in many cases. , Late in July'the German Wr ministry issued an order which has just reached Liondon ihat the most vigorous measures "must be imposted." on the recalitrant troops. The order adds: "In all quarters cases of insubordination have occurred." The troops obey neither orders nor instructions and they have often even offered resistance and assaulted their superiors. "The essential point is that no man shall at any time feel free from all supervision. If necessary, resistance may be qugUed by force of arms." WE'VE BEEN SELLING GOOD MEATS IN LETHBRIDGE FOR 30 YEARS AND ARE STILL DOING SO. day. some reallj- first class beef going: to 112.00 and the balance from J10.50. up. Hogs yesterday made as ""High "&s" |1S.0C> for one very high grade' load, but the bulk went at $17.75, fed and watered. Today, JIT.75 took any sales made. , New, York Stocks -. New York, Oct. 26.-Closing sales: C. P. R. 168 1-4; United States Steel. 110 :J-S; United States Steel preferred, 112. Heed the Warning Shiver Cold chills ;runni!is up and down yqur spine, may prove ominous signals of approaching colds, la e#ppe, etc. PENSLAR LAXATIVE COLD " BREAKERS relieves colti.i ,and similar complaints in "'an almost magical way. It is. gently laiative and by loosening the bowels, stimulating the secretions and increasing the activity of the various vital organs'! it expels every vestige of colds, la grippe, etc. Price 25c box RED GROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Suceeuorf'iLB Jackson A Ce. Teleph^^.tSS .and 1212 BUIMIni' ANNOUNCEMENT Drop in at the. Willis Piano store next time you want a Victor record. We have it. 2GS-1 Owing to the epidemic of influenza thers will be no meeting of the Broth-, eihouj of Kallroad Trainmen tomor-i row night. ' CITY AND! DISTRICT Whitia Farmer Dead Harold Coon, who operated a farm near Whitia. died in Medicine Hot. j He used to be in business in Jledi-cine Hat. Arrange For Forum � A meeting was he\d at the mayor's oflice last Tuesday for the re-organization of the Forum. It was decided to open The Forum on the' first Sunday in December or as soou thereafter as the influenza ban is lifted. Jir. W. A. Buchanan, M.P., Dr. C. F. P. Couyboare and Dr. J. H. Rivers will be the first speakers. / Death Geo. Seaman The death took place at Wayne. Alberta, oa October 24 of Georpe Seaman, agPd 24 years. The remains will arrive in the city tonight. The funer-! al will take place tomorrow afternoon )at i o'clock Caem the residence of his' I Vrother, Mike Seftnian, 713 12th Street; B. North, proceeding to St. Patricks j church. Intei-ment will be made in St. Patrick's cemetery. The late Mr. Seaman was an old tinier of the city, having been born in Lethbridge. His mother, who is awidow, is accompany-iitg the remains' to Lethbridge. Funeral arrangements in charge of T, S. Fetterly. Not damaged in the least This table is finished with Vals^ar Varnish We have' a Varnii-ili for every purpose, also enamels and .wall finishes in a large variety of shades. Now is the time to do your paint-ing; yoii can for ii trifle'make your home cosy and attractive. Lumber is expensive; paint and varnish will prcservo it. Consomers' Harc nuppiif Co. BUSINESS PHONES 1212-1919 OFFICE 1920 Coutts Farmer Dead Sweet Grass Advocate: The sad; news was received here yesterday, i telling of the'death of John Gorhani.j at Kalispell, wherie he and Mrs. Gor-ham were visiting with relatives. Mr. Gorhara had a ranch a tew miles east on the Canadian side, and was a res- WATCH HIM GO AFTER IT if it is inir milk. I^i t him iiian, Jliss T. McHacherii, Mr. and Mr.s. In- Kalispell cemetery TuesdaV- on, Mr. and Mrs. R. Donaldson, sprays; I Staff of .'fSleplioiic operators, (Lethbridge), harp; Rylands' Co. staff; Mr. A Sister in Lethbridge Ottawa Citizen: The death of Mr. Duncan Grant. 57 Old Orchard Ave., � and Mrs. T. Fleetwood, Mr. Jind Mr.s. Notre Dame de Grace. Montreal, formerly of Ottawa and North Bay, took McCready, Mn and Cardston Telephone Mrs. Holberton, Ojierators, Jlr. place after a few days' illness. He; and Mrs. Basson. Mr. Joe FiBgins, Gun- 1 COX'S 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 ^JSle AUTO STORAGE Five Dollars per Montli Having lealsed the Hick-Sehl Warehouse-Jive' are prepared to-' look aftei your auto durlnBjylnt-er monf's in practically ^ tire pvoot: building. PHONE 633 Ford Garage 1232 Third Avenue S. Lethbriilaa Food Will Win the War Ser\'e your country and yourself by raising FQOD on the fertile plains of \Ves6m Canada. The . Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to be^n. Lands 111 to 130 an acre; irrigated land up to 150; 20 years to pay. Loan to assist scttlmln(,', .Mr. and Mrs. Elton, "Mrs. Ohiyzer and Dor-t.)Shy. Jlr.s. and Wakeliii, .Air. and Mrs. Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. C^hapcll. Mr. and .Airs. Cook, Jlr, M. A. Moirev, Mr. and Mrs. Treliviiig, Mr. and .Mr�'. Edmunds, Gladys and Noel Mackwood. sprays; Sir Alexander Gait, I.O.n.F... plant; Mr. and Mr.�. K. Klowor. (Cran-bi-ook), .Mr. and Mr.^. Alb-Tt Holt aiitl Doris, sprays. YOU'LL LOOK LIKE "AGOODHEAD'V ^ After Leaving This Shop Westl^rook Bros Opposite Bank of Montreal \ As Long as the Quarantine Regulations are in Force the Street Cars Will Not be ated on. Sundays M. FREEMAN, COMMISSIONER A NEWCREATION WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE BEST IN SCHOLARSHIP, CONVENIENCE, AUTHORITY, UTILITY. 16 Editions from................ . 75c to $20.00 The Twentieth Century Book Store 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 if A Mighty GoodLoaf-QUAKER BREAD Quaker Bread js very little dar)slng centbihed with proper baking .he|(u|..the color wonderfully. Dougha wItH sub- v stitutea In thorn require to be kept cooler and worked off quicker and what is moat important of all�.tho^ require very thorouch baking. You shouKI be using" Quaker Bi