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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOrtOHCIMER PIANOS BOISOR PHONOGRAPHS ASStNiaoiA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everythino Musical" S15 6th Street South Phone LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR > 964 11th Street S. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliabl* Work Done at Reasonable .Price*. SPECIAL FOR TONIGHT �fSO ITEMS YOUR FAMILY WILL SAY ARE FINE BEEF VEAL Boiling Roast, per lb.'15c Rofist Cuts Pot Roast, per lb. .20c 20c and 25c CHOICE STUFF AND FRESH KILLED DELANY'S Meat Co. Opp. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-266-; YOUR WINTER SUPPLY OF... CAN BE STOCKED UP NOW FOR VEf^V-LITTLE MONEY. LATER ON THEY ARE SURE TO BE CONSIDERABLY HIGHER IN ^RICE. LOOK AT OUR PRICES ON THESE iQOODS. APPLES,No. 1 JonathSns, Wagners and Roman Beauties, 5 box lot assorted or over, per box 2.70 POTATOES, Dry and mealy, per cwt.-..... 1.90 CARROTS, per cwt....................... 2.75 BEETS, per cwt. .......................... 2.75 TURNIPS, per cwt.........-................ 1,7!� ONIONS, finest winter stock, per cwt......3.25 When buying onions for winter be sure you get the winter stock, otherwise they will not keep. CABBAGE, per cwt....................'____ 2,25 Oil of Eucalyptus A sm^, shipiueni of Oil of Kuialyptu.-; received this morning. Per ounce ......................................... Face Masks There is certain to lie a i^liortage of these. Get yours earjy. Each............................................... THE KENNY & ALLIN CO, Ltd. Store 25c 15c NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONS 1M? THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-class Cash Grocers Phone 525 Canada Food Board License No. S-599 MARKETS IS CNMGED Win IPn BOUGHT A I ! Winnipeg, Oct., 2S.-The cnsli niar-l;cts were dull and featureless today. Oats clo.sed imchangeil' for October and -V) c lower for December. Carley closed l%c louver tor October and Ic lower for December. Flax closed Ue lower -^or October; ;ind 13H.c lower for November and December. Winnipeg Markets St. Paul. -Minn.. Got. is.-The first Ottawa. Oct. 2S.-Sir Robert Borden arrest resulting from tiie state iuves- bought the first Victory bond today, tigafian of the recent .Minnesota for- His subscription -was received by Sir est tires, was announced today by C. Thomas White, minister of fiuanoe. IjouIs Weeks, slate insurance eommis- The Ottawaj campaign was officially Eioner. ,T. R. Peters, of Carson Lake, opened by the prime rainisTer at �n-as taken into custody on a ciiarge open air meeting on Coiuiaught � Oats- Oct...... Dec...... Barlev- Oct...... Doc...... Flax- Oct...... .^ov. �..... Dec...... Open Close. TO',4 IfiT . 347^2 ..........;,ih ......... .'otj ......... 050 each Pricei Oats- Xo..:; C. W. SO Xo. 3 C. W. S3 Extra No. 1. l.'eeJ ............. 83 of setting a fire in the woods. Weeks declared Peters could not give satisfactory reasons for starting the blaze. The insurance commissioner esti Sciuare. Sir Uobert. accompanied li. - . .Sir Thomas White, was escorted to ilie ! - L,ariey- meeting by the local Victory Loan teams. ^. i No. 1 Feed.. SI No. i Feed.. 7S ean In .No. 3 C. M'. 107 Fla::- a brief speech Sir "Thomas em- ; :No. 1 N. v.". C. mated that the property loss alone phasized the need lor the success ofi'^'*- ^ from forest fires totalled betweon $25,-000,000 and $30,000,000. : ? ? : ? ? ? ? ? .;. * > > thp, loan. There should be no peace, he said, until Germany had learned her lesson, and "we are free from the menace that has been hanging over the world." GO BACK TO BELGIUM Paris. Oct. 2S.-Members o� the Belgian cabinet whose presence is necessary in the re-conqnered territory of Belgium, -will leave Havre this week. ' .lust reading the names In the war bulletins, the Germans may see the handwriting on^Uje^waa ^ ^, ^^^^^ SibFria ^ Jenrnai. Ai a festival to be given K'a'ider Sherlock Building CITY AND^DISTklCT Vets Executive to Meet A meeting of the executive of the G. W. V. A. is called for Tuesday eveii-iug at S o'clock. Teachers' Convention Off Owing to the 'Flu epidemic the tea.ohers' convention announced to be held here on Nov. 7 and S has been cancelled. Kentish Meeting Cancelled In consequence of the 'Flu epidemic, the Kentishmen's meeting, scheduled tor tomorrow evening, is cancelled for this month.  Sent to Manitoba The remains of the late Mrs. Hen-nesey will be forwarded on tomorrow afternoon's train to Belmont. Jlani-toba, where burial will take place. Miss Mary Castell. sister of the deceased will accompany ,t!ie body. Not damaged in the least This ^ble is finished I with Vals/parVarnisfi We have a Varnish for every purpose, also enamels and wall finishes in a large variety of shades. Now is the Unu; to do your paint, ing! you can for a trifle make your homo cosy and attractive. Lumber is expensive; paint and varnish will preserve it. BUSINESS PHONES 1212-1919 I Sapply Co. .OFFICE 1920 Brother Dead Jtrs. E. J. Pimm of Lothr^dge. received word of the death of her brother. William Cousins, late of Lulu Island. >(e leaves to mourn his loss his father in Stratford, a sister in Vancouver and a brother in Linirick. EO ESCAPED PRISONER CAPTURED SOL 'E FLanders SUieria Champagne TurKey PalEstine  MaceDonia -Portland Prcs?. Or here's another way: SiBeria FlandErs MacedoniA PalesTine TurkEy ChampagNe' -Nelson News. / -�-V WE'VE BEEN SELUNG GOOD MEATS IN LETH-BRIpGEFOR 30 YEARS AND. ARE'STILL DOING SO. : Edmonton,^ Oct. . 2S, - The escaped ' prisoner>Julian Des Jarlais. from Fori i Saskatchewa'tt T)eniteniiary. was ar-; rested today si I Lac La Biclie. He had been held on a house breaking charge, ' but. since his escape has been charged ; with the more serious offense of mur-Ider. He is supposed to Icnow some-j thing o� the killing of two trappers ; .Morrison and Repinski. He ha.s been at liberty for about three months. EIGHTEEN NEW SHIPS Halifax. N.S., Oct.' 2S.-Eiglit hundred soldiers returned from France are in the city and passed through ihir, district today. The majority of them are for prortnces west of 'Nova Scotia. .\jnong those in the partj- is Pto. j William Grimshaw, formerly of the j 40th battalion, who was ii .prisoner of | war in Germany tor two years and i ! returned minus an eye. Perhaps the [ 'most war-ridden soldier in the rarty i j is Pte. Charles .McDonali, CoUing- ' R. COULTRY Phone 492 The Alberta frteat Market Canada Food Board .License Number S-:28693. STORAGE TO RENT Excellent Rooms for Potatoes and Produce. F. O.HyDE& CO. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE Washington. Oct. 28.-ships were added to the fleet' during the week ending Oct. 25. [ i'le first contingent. He was in The deliveries announced todav bv; ibe battle of St. .lulfen 'and it was -Eighteen new j ^vood. Out., who belonged to the ori- ( the American ' sinal 15th battalion which went across ' Che shipping board, included the Victorious, an 11,800 ton vessel built at Alameda. CalJfccnia, and the Cape f ungs'. legs, arms and gassed. A few \ May, of 10.100 lon.s, built aMpparrows Point, Md.  Dr. Geo. Thomson, Springfield. Ont.. died a victinl of influenza. Kitchener's population is placed by the assessor at 19,7Co. an increase of 72 over the previous year. William Raper, 75. a conductor on there he was captured by the Germans. He was batjly wounded in the months ago Pte. McDonald was repatriated with a number of other Canadians. .\inong the officers are the following: Capt. K. Bell-Irving, Vancouver; Lieut. R. Corbett, Vancouver; Lieut. ^. |G. F. Burtt, Vancouver; Lieut. A. D. .Morgan. Calgary; Lieut. .1. G. Hi)uton. �Winnipeg; Capt. D. 1. Davis. Port Co-nuitlam, B.C.; Lieut. C. R. Grotli, \Mc- La Grippe In former epidepics of Influenza or grippe, differing very lUtle from the preseiff Spanish- variety we have fotlad that Higinbotham's JEnglish -Anunoniated Tincture Quinine 'Co. was used wiili telling effect. Wa find the same result today. Old Fashioned, Simple, Effective 35c and 65c PER BOTTLE J. D. HioJoMain S Co. Limited The ^maSJL Ston Afkertfe't rieitrar OruCfllMa* W/h�i�Ml� �r.* Ratall eh*mt�t� : i>hones 151B and 322 Third Time Wounded The other d'ay the Herald reported that Pte. C. W: Toiry was wounded. His wife wrtes that the wound is a gunshot in the side. This is the third time he has been wounded. He enlisted with the Loth bridge Highlanders and is well known in this cit.v. "Happly' Greenwood Back The numerous friends' of Gunner H. Greenwood (87172) nmde while training in Xethbridge will be pleased to hear ^ha't he arrived back sate, invalided with chronic bronchitis and asthma. He was coming to Lethbridge but had a rolapscatid had to go into the hospital before hi.s leave v.'as up. He hopes to be aliout again in a few days. He enlisted wHh the 20th battery and went overseas with Major Ripley who he sa.vs ever lives in the boys memory, fie was kno\j;n in the 20th batter.v^as "Happy" which name"'he got while in Lethbridge and he carried that name in the 12th Battery with which he served in France for 22 and a halt months. He was wounded twice slightly. He still treasures the pocket case that was given him by the Daughters of the Empire of Lethbridge which he has had the fortune to keep. CRYSTIIL ICE CREAM FOR Hallowe'en Dinner VanilU and Strawberry ........................... per quart 75c Special Flbvbrs.---- ............................ per quart 90c Individual Moulds.............................. per dozen $1.50 AIRY LIMITED PHONE 1576 ANNOUNCEMENT .CARD OF THANKS ANNOUNCEMENT "The i. 4th Ave,v and .5th St. ?432 295727 0 71053113 ;