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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NO^fOHCIMfeR PIANOe SptSON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everythina Musical" ai5 6th Street South iPhone IS-rS GEORGE MORGAf^ r HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street 8. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Re�eoij. able Price*.' We Sell Nothing but the BEST Southern Alberta Raised MEATS^ DELANY'S Meat Co. Opp. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License NUn-.ber 9-266*; Oil of Eucalyptus A small sliipnieiu of Oil of Eucalyptus was received this TC - morning. Fer ounce......................................... fc�JC Face Masks There is certain to be a shortage of these. Get yours - -l (" early. Each........y...................... ......... IOC THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 14*7 Apples and Vegetables CAN BE STOCKED UP NOW FOR VfRV LITTLE MCkNEY. LATER ON THEY ARE SURE TO BE CONSIDERABLY HIGHER IN PRICE. LOOK AT OUR PRICES ON THESE GOODS. YpUR WINTER SUPPLY OF... APPLES. No. 1 Jonathans, 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.................. . 2.7B BEETS, per cwt........................;... 2,76' TUrtNl'p*, per ewt...................... 1.75 ONIONS, finest vylntsr stock) p�l> cwt......3.25 When buying onions for winter be sure you'get the winter stock, otherwise they will not keep. CABBAGE, per cwt. ..r.____............... 2.25 THE GOOD CO., LIMITED High-class Cash Crbcers - Phone 525 Canada Food Board License No. 8-599 cm Mi I BMBROOK OUITS London. Oct. 20.-(British wireless service). - Resolutions unaniraoirsly passed at the recent conference of (French, Italian. ^.Belgian and British sections of the inter-allied parliamentary committee recommended that tlie nations now united In the light for liberty should maintain their close association until'the dangers threatening them had been removed by the complete overthrow of the enemy. Another resolution said it was of iparamouut importance that the governments of the allied nations shoulti forthwith proceed to share in a scheore for the machinery designed to secure and develop 'a society of nations' as a proper means tor attaining a durable, peace guaranteed by the joift action of free nations. It -was stated that the lofses of mercantile tonna'^ due to sub.-narine �warfare should be made good so far as possible by the tran.sfer of enemy tonnage.' The con5mittee also urged upon tile allied governments the necessity of constituting an inter-allied independent air fort-e for the purpose of overcoming, if need be', the last re-Eistancfr of the enegiy by a campaign of raids over his territory. The common industrial control of aeronautic supplies was endorsed. London, Oct. 29.-Saron Beav-erbrook, chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, and head of the propaganda department of the British government, has resigned according to official announcement today. In a letter tenderinsi his resignation to Premier Lloyd George, Baron Beaverbrook says it is due to ilt-health and .the ivscsssity of undergoing an operation for enlarged glands. MARKEIS Winnipeg. Oct. 29.-The market today was slow and dull. Oats closed unchanged for October �nd -^c lower for Decethber. Barley closed 2c lower for October and '.Hie lower for December. Flax closed 3c higher for October; 4>4c higher for November and 3%c higher for December. Winnipeg Markets .. Oats- �� Open Close ICS 103 ?51 351 Si 3il No. 3 C. W. No. 2 Feed.. No. 4 C. W. Feed...... 82% Saa Frajicisco is to have a clasp for ; the study of .the Russiy language. i STORAGE Tq RENT j Excellent Rooms for Potatoes j and Produce. F. O.HYDE & CO. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE, Oct....... Dec....... Barley- Oct....... Dec....... FIa.-c- Oct............. 3.51 Nov............. a4T% Dec..............-33714 Cash Prices Oats-No. 2 C. W. E.xtra \o. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed-. . SOVi i Barley- ,, ' No. 3 C. W. 105 Rejected----53Vi j Fla�- No. 1 ..: w. c....... No. 2 i;. W.......... Calgary Live-Calgary. Oct.. 29.-- quiet at the yards tpdi very few cattle irf^nd! for what was" shoT\-n. T" ever, no akeratibh I steers 111.50; cow's "$7j50 and $8.00; j feeders $9.00 and $10. fThere were no hogs on sale. 100 92^ ..351 ..348 '.ock usiness was |/, there being poor demand ere was, h'ow-prlces. Top Is the Key to Economy In buydrug and other drug store soods, "you should bear In iriind that"' Quality is the true test of-cheannesav Inferior, goods are deaf at any price. W'^ make quality the first consideration when we buy and if you buy from us you may be sure of-getting'the purest, freshest and.most potent drugs that the market affords. We buy drug sundries and other goods ;jiist as carefully as we buy drugs. - LET US BE-YOUR REGULAR DRUGGISTS RED CROSS.DRUG & BOOftm, LTD. ,'*�uscsnen^ Jackson AC*. ..^ Tsls^hMiea B5S and 12U htrleek Buildlna CITY AND" DISTRICT For Belgian Relief The Belgian Relief fund acknowledge with thanks a contribution of $2 from a Belgian, Letlvbridgc. ' War Veterans Executive The executive committee of the Great War Veterans association will meet on Tuesday, the 29th at S p.m. /--- Goes to WInnlptsg G. M. Proud, manager of the Union Bahk at ^Macl^oa for the past eight years,..*tid formerly of Lethbridge.liaa be^n-pfbthoted, to a position in the hedd 6Ifiee, Winnipeg., No Meeting "The iViaduct Lodge No. 53 I.O.O.F. in;accordance with the ruling of the -wiJ.O. will hold no meeting tonight. To Issue Passports > Arrangements have been made whereby Mr. Morrow, collector of customs, will hereafter Ifsue passports to leave Canada, -Tax Discount ' Thursday, Oct. Slst is the last day of 8% discount on current taxes. During the month of November the discount allowed is 7%. Ndt damaged in the least This ta bfe is finished with Valspar Varnish We have a Varnish for -jvery purpose. ai.arious oftlcaa jinder it. On Feb. 10, last, he was appointed chancellor of the cli;chy of Lancaster and head of the propaganda department. Baron Beaverbrook succeded Sir Edward Carson in the propaganda department. CRITICISES PRESS Toronto, Oct. 29. - Declaring that the base hospital is adequately filing I the duty for which it exists, refusing' to admit that it had been crowded beyond its capacity and accepting full i responsibility for all advice on hos-'pital matters which, he ha^ given.to I his superiors, Surgeon-General J. T. ; Fotheringham. acting director-general j of niedical services for Canada, was ! the chief witness at the resumed inquest into the death of F. N. Davidson, R.A.F.. at the Gerard Street institution. He made a bitter attack on the press and public of Toronto for its criticism of conditions, in. the bospl-; tals, stating that such things had oc-1 curred nowhere else in the Dominion and that if he had his way, theoffend-ing papers would be shiit up for one week. � This Week FINE FRESH MUTTON ' BEEF FISH PORK SAUSAGE VEAL R. COULTRY Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Board License Number S-28693. AVE TO WALK Winnipeg, Oct. 29.-.M:en.^er^ of the street railway union declared today that they will go on strike.Friday morning unless they receive the incri^se in wages granted'tticon by ths .Mathers board of conciliation. The b.>ard made the award retro-active as from Oct. 1. ; The company contends that the in-I crease cannot be paid until the privilege of advancing car faros is granted by the city council. DECISION UPHELD Toronto. Oct. 29.-The appellate court has upheld the decision of a judge who dismissed an application for habeas corpus on behalf of two draftees, John McSweeney and James Roche, who had been sentenced for refusing to don the uniform, to two . years in .Burwash farm and -ft-ere after- I wards sent oversea.s. AUTO In former epidemics of Influen-2a or grippe, differing very little from the.-presentf' Spanish variety we lia,ye found tiiat Higinboth&m's English Ammoniattd^Jiiicture of Quiiiiht Coi, Was used with 'telling effect. We fibd the same i-esult today. Old Fashioned, Simple, Effective 35c and 65c  PER BOTTLE ). D. Hipliotliaiii & Co. Liaiited Albartsr^ Plsiwar OratfllM^ WtialaMis and Jlstall ChsmlaiA Phones 1515 and ^2 -., Is Not Missing i Tlie welcome news was received by es-.Mayor Oliver this morning, that his son Williani T., reported yester-�tltlay as missing iii, action, was now reported "not missing. Forwarded to Raymond Tlie remains of the late Gil/erl Powelson were forwarded on this:\mor-ning's train for interment at Raymond. /� - Resumes Classes Mr. Leo. JI. Coombs is resuming his private lessons in music today. -/ Is Decorated Drlver^Robert Campbell, who enlisted here with the 20th Batter.v, has been d^orated on the field tor brav- CRYSTAl !CE CREAM FOR Hkllowe'en Dinner Vanilla'and strawberry ........................... pe? quart 75c Special Fla'i'ors ................................. per quart 90c Indlvlduaf Moulds .......................-;____ p,�,- dozen $1.'S0 PHON^1576 will take place frori Fctterly's parlors, Lethbridge, on.O -. .lis;, ot U a.m. Intemient. will taiv, nLvio in the ,. J , , , . ; family plot in the public cemetery, ery according, to word received m the ^he late Mrs; Patterson, was the see- on Saturday at the .age of 23 years, i a liroth-r of :Mrs. .lohn Uainillon (i-iV 12th St. A. North. city. Funeral Mrs. Hayward The funeral of the late Mrs. Has'-ward took place yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock proceeding from Fetter-ly's Undertaking parlors to the cemetery. Rev. C. E. Snow officiated. yClaims Issued Three claims were issued this morning at the District Court those" of Clarke Bros. & Co., Ltd., vs. D. Hay, et. al.. Willard H. Connor vs. Chris. Selk, ai)fl Citizens LiUmbor Co. Ltd.' vs. E. starting. Death Mrs. Sunsar Katie Sunsar, ag^d 33 yrs.. beloved wlf6 of Rudolf Simsar, passed away today i The funeral will take place to-JDOrrow, October 30th, at 3.30 from Fetierly's Undertaking parlors, and will proceed from the parlors to St. Patrick's church. Interment will be made in St. Patrick's cemetery. ond daughter t)f W. an old tinier, who '.ins resided in the district'for 34 years. Died in Calgary The death took place in Calgary of Mrs. A. Maryon, aged 28 years. Bhe .\lc;Caugherty, (leaves to jnt?uni her los.s., her hus- Soldiers In Casualty Listj, The mailed casualty list reports the following soldiers' woun(ied. Ptc. Wm. D. Williams, enlisted Clareeholni. next of kin in Montana; Pte. 'iValter Kennedy Webb, onlisted, Lethbridge, next of kin. Jas. Palmer, guardian. Grassy Lake, Alberta; Bombardier Jas. Proctor, enlisted Lethbridge, next of kin, mother, Ottawa, Ont.; Gunner Alex .Tones, enlisted Lethbridge, next-ror-kin, Scotland. ' . .band, who is in France, and-one childT Utl' brother has left for Calgary, to .tttend to tho funeral arrangements. Mr.i. Maryon had been a rr-sident of Lethbridge for ihroe months. Death Mrs. Holland The death took place yesterday of | Hilda Holland, aged 30 years. Deceased, who tame to T.flHibridee from lilngland, is survived by ^er husband, Thomas Hollabd. Tho funeral services will be conducted by Rev. A. K. Snow on October Sist; Interment will-take place in Sti Augustln's cemetery. Funeral arrangements in -charge of T. S. Petterly. Are-Greatly Handicapped The provincial police are asking the fo'oearance of the public for a time, ill fotlowing up the many, enquiries that arc pouring into the ofUcSa here on one matter and another.. Nine men of tho local division are at present I laid up with influenza, and the force j is seriously handicapped in its work A� a result. ? ? ? : : : : : : : ? : : : 'FLU SNICKERS I I slide it down beneath mv >: ? chin- ' :. ? - Just like a baby's bib. : > Next? I ?  ? : . 2t0-l Thanks Local Red Crnss .V .splendid letter of appreilEUoti of the work of the Lethbridge branch of the Red Cross has been received from Miss Plnkham, honorary treasurer and 'Phe remains of the late William i--,W^-|[,'^.eP^^^^^^^ Jkme^Rutledge were forwarded ir^^X'^^^Z f^^^^T^^^ Plnkham expresses unstinted praise of To Flesherton, Ont. Lethbridge Best Place Wm. Oeveraiix. a former .well-known merchant of Retlnw, has taken up his residence in the city, and is in the hardware commission business here. jVir,' Deveraux has ju.st returned from'' a sojourn in the States, and is now establishing his family here. He says* tiiat he has travelled through 23 States in the past few months,/ and everything considered,' finds no better place to live aud conduct business � than Lethbridge. ^CARD OF THANKS A . AJrs. H. Dawson and sisters, Mrs.^ Lackenby and MrSj^-Bowtell, winh to thank the maqy frifnds of Mrs. H, S. Wardlc for sympathy shown In the death of their sister-in-law, also for i floral tributes sent. 270-1 Undertaking parlors to Flesherton, Ontario, where burial will tsike plac^ Roy Rutledge, brother of the decesSbd, accompanied the body. Mr. Rutledge, who died in the city pn Saturday, was formerly a t.P.R. brakemau, but latterly was residing in Vulcan. Suspend Red Cross Materia! Decision has b�en made by the Red Cross headquarters at Calgary that no Issue of materiaf.will be made further during the present epidemic and the local branch is asked to make no issue at 'present to' auxiliaries. the work done here. Brother Is Gassed Word has been received from Ottawa that William McQueen has beua admitted to No. 2 stationary hospital at Abbeyllle, France,- on. Oct. 16, suffering from the effects of gas cau.sed by the explosion of a shell. McQueen U not the son of juago McQueen, but isjj BORN COX-To Wr. and Mrs. Earl Cox on Saturday, October 26th, 1918, a daughter. 270-1 YOU'LL LOOK LIKE "A GOOD HEAD" After Le.-v^no This ."ihop We 81 b r o ok Bros Jpposlte Barik of Montreal 'FLU IN GERMANY- Amsterdam, Oct. 28,-Forty-five thousand railway workera In Prussia and Hesse are suffering from Influenza and train traffic Is much impaired in - consequence, according to the Tageblatt of;iierl-lin. ^ Goes to Bia�rmore P. C. Shaw of Macleod, son of P. D.' Shaw,' Lethbridge, will succeed J. F. Hunter in the Blairmore customs department according to the Blairmore Enterprise! Mr.- Shaw at one lime held the rank of Juntor^major with the l&2nd Battalion. i Funeral Mrs. Patterson �rhe funeral of Msbel" May Patterson, wife of Henry Patterson, who died A NEW CREATION WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE BEST IN SCHOLARSHIP, CONVENIlfNCf, AUTHORITY, UTILITY, In Editions from 75c to $20.00,. %The Twentieth Geritury Book Store 514 FOURTH AVENUE - PHONE 613 A Well Baked Loaf-Quiak^r Bread : Bread With substitutes in require"'veV thorough b�Kiiia, The substitutes hold the molatura and If ths loaf Is not ttloreiutWyf b�kea IJt will be doughj' , and remain clammy no matter how'bld'U stta. **a-�r�" Kteplng our overt ' cooler and leaving the bread, in the oMii.^ lenMr'' That's what helps to make QuaKfr Bread a better loaf^ Why .waiie'CfMd^ lii|re(i)�nta exparimenting Madam. Use Quaker bread^hd save y^r jfiatfrialtrand atr^nftli. < : CANADA FOOD BOARD ' ^I^ICENSE NUMBER 6-87* John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers. Office Stationery/Office Furniture Filing Cabinets, Typewriters, Mimeograph Machines, Check Writers, Ertve wjie Seckrs, Stamp Affixers. ^ EVERYTHING FOR THE OF^^ICE. EVERALL & FRANKS SInnot Block 4th Ave. and 5th 8t.~ 866540 ;