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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOROHBIMCR PIANO* KDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Muiical" SIS 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD J GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street S. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable^ Prices. For Canada's National Fish Day Tomorrow FRESH WHITE FISH SALMON, HALIBUT, FINNAN HADDIE, SOLE? DELANY'S Meat Co. Opp. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Bojrd License Number 9-^266'; Oil of Eucalyptus A small sliipnient of Oil oC Kucalyptus was received this OC^ morning. Per ounce .......................................... iiDC Face Masks There is certain to he a shortage of these. Get your* 1 Ci� earlv. Each ............................... ............. IOC THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^^iMOOfr. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONi 14*7 Grand Opening of Our North Branch Oh Friday, Nov. First A full line of goods^ will be stocke'd at this branch at prices identically the same as at our main store. Our November catalogues will be readyin a few days and will be distributed from both stores to those'asking for them. See small Hand Bills fbr further particulars. Remember the date and place, Friday, November 1st, at 328 13th Street North, in the place formerly occupied by the People's Drug Store. The North Branch Telephone No. is 458. > THE GOOD CO,, LIMITED High-class Cash Grocers Phone 525 Canada Food Board License N^. 8-599 MARKETS Foch Says XHARGE/' but Canada Says 'PAY' Talk with the Tin, Tie Up the Kaiser with Victory Bonds THIS SPACE DONATED TO THE 1918 VICTORY LOAN CAMPAIGN BY The Model Bak N. J. SCHWEITZER, P ! V."innipeg. Oft. oO.-Cai?li |radiag j was very quiet on today's market. : Oats cloiod unchanged for October and "sC lower tor necember. Barley-closed 3Hc lower for October and l~sc lower for December. Flax closed 3c lower for October; 4^0 lower for} November and �Jc lower for December.! Winnipeg Markets ! Oats- Open Close j ; Oct..... S5^i: 7S Dec..... Barley- .... TS=s Oct.....~ Dec..... ' Flax- Oct..... ... 106 IO2I4 Nov..... o-tT Dec. ...; .. 1 Cash ..'. 339 Prices No. 4 c. w. ATI,;; Feed ... .............r.4S No. c. -.iZ'm Oats- I No. C. W. STU Xc. Z C. V,". S2U ; Kxira No. 1 Feed ............ S-'2 j No. 1 Feed.. SOhi So. 3 Feed,. 'I'A Barley-No. 3 C. W. lOiU Rejected____ Fla.x- I No. 1 N. \V. C. . No. 2 C. \V. Zil Calgary Markets Calgary. Oct. :;0.-About 25 cars of cattle were received at the yards today. Prices were practically the same as yesterday, the beef being chiefly ! good �butchers. Hogs were also un-j changed. S17.T5. fed and watered. New York Stocks New York. Oct. ?>0.-Closing sales: C. P. R. IWy. United States Steel :n0U; United States Steel Preferred 111. GRIPPE CLAIMS MA^fY IN PARIS Paris, Oct. 30.-In Paris during the week ended today there were 2,266 deaths, the B^eatest total since the beginning of the grippe epidemic here. Of the deaths reported, 1,23S' were due to grippe and 515 to various diseasiss of the lungs. During the last few days the number of deaths reported daily has been decreasing. STORAGE TO RENT Exceflent Rooms for Potatoes and Produce. F. 0. HYDE & CO. >HONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE 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. a�d 5th Street S. Phones: Office 799; Res. 326 Reference: Standard Bank GERMANY LEHING P WE ARE READY FOR CANADA'S NATIONAL FISH DAY WITH A FULL LINE OF FRESH AND SMOKED FISH B. COULTRY Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Board License Number S-2S693. I Buy a Victory Bond). London, Oct. 30.-In the house of coicmone, Mr. Alden asked whether the German government had kept its recent promise to President Wilson regarding the breach of international law on land and sea and if the government would obtain information proving or disproving statements of destruction of villages contrary to international law. Mr. Bonar Law also w'as asked whether the loss of mer-fliantmeu since Germany had replied to President Wilson Avould throw any light on Germany's promise to change her methods of sea warfare. Mr. Bonar Law replied that time was needed to make a full reply, but he believed it was a fact that there recently had been a change in German methods of evacuation and there was for the time being cessation of submarine attacks on passenger steamers. Replying further to'the question Mr. Law said there have beenyeub-marlne attacks on other vessels in the past. week. Mr. R. MacNei!!; "Does not the change In German methods of evacuation show that destruction hitherto was not tlie result of the indiscipline of the German troops, but of definite instructions."' Mr. Law replied that such was a very reasonable inference. .ASKSALLIEDTROOPS GEIOUTOFROSSIA Amsterdam. Oct. 30.-Russian Foreign Mlnister"*rchitcherln addressed a note to President Wilson on Oct. 23, according to Petrograd newspapers, saying: "As a condition ot armistice during whicU peace negotiations shall he begun, you, in your note to Germany, demanded the evacuation of occupied territorie.s. We are ready, Mr. President, to conclude an armistice on this condition and request you to Inform lis when you intend to withdraw your troop.s from the Murman, Arclangel and Siberian countries." - Is the Key to Economy In buying drug and other drug store goods, you should bear In mind that quality is the true test of cheapness. Inferior goods are dear at any price. We make quality the Jirst consideration whenVve buy and if you buy from us you may be sure of getting the pure.st, freshest and most potent drugs that the market affords. We buy drug sundries and other goods just as carefully as we buy drugs. LET US BE YOUR REGULAR DRUGGISTS CITY AND DISTRICT III At the Front Casualty lists today contain llio names of B. Carter. Gassy Lake, and A, Malmu, Retlaw, as being ill. HEftTEBS All Styles and Sizes at Special Prices See what we-haye to offer even if you do not intend buying just now. i & Supply Co. BUSINESS PHONES 1212-1919 OFFICE 1920 RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. ucMawri t� Jaekten � C*, T�te|ihan�w' S55 and tCU . Sherlock Building Funeral Mrs. Patterson The funeral of the late Mrs. Patterson will.take place at 11 o'clock tomorrow. October JU.sl, from Fotterly's undertaking parlors. / Killed In Action R. 11. Anderson, ot Taber, received the sad news that his youngest brother, Dave, had made the supreme sacrifice someivhore in France. Funeral Allen McDonald T!ia funeral of tlie late Allen Roderick McDonald will take place from Fetterly's undertaking parlors on Thursday, Oct. 3Tst at 9.30 ami "ill proceed to St. Patrick's ihurcir. In-, torment will be made in St. Patrick's 1 cemetery. INCREASES FOR CIVIL^SERVANTS Winnipeg, Oct. 30.-Retro-active to May 1 this year, provincial government employees receiving less than $2500 a year are to get a salary increase of from three to 44 per cent., most of them getting considerably more than the average of 23 1-2 per cent. Over 1200 civil servants in the city and provincial inatitutiona benefit. j .1. W. ^Ttiteley. formerly provincial grand master of the Orange order in British Columbia, died at Vancou^-er �UNDERTAKING. AUTO STORAGE Five Dollars per Month Having leased the Hick-Sehl Warehouse we are prepared to . look after your auto during wint-. er months in practically a fire proof building. PHONE 633 Ford Garage 1232 Third Avenue 8. Lethbridge The 'qjjesUon of whether or not Ollof Eucalyptus is of value in the , present Epidemic is debated in the press. We are of the opinion that it has a distinct value. y GENUINE TASMANIANOIL if sprinkled on the pillows and clothing or "masks" w^iU certainly do no harm. We have it displayed In bottles at 25c I.D. &CQ. Limited �AlkerW* Pl�n��r DrtiflgltW WhtlMale tri RaUII ChamlBte Phones 1515 and 322 Correction Word has been received from Ottawa that William Macl^ean has been ' admitted to No. 2 stationary hospital at Abbeville, France, on Oct. 16, sut-j fering from the effects of gas caused I by the e.xplosion ot a shell. MaeljCan lis a brotlier of .Mrs. Johu Hamilton, 645 ^2lh St. North. Died at Medicine Hat The Medicine Hat News reports tlie death there on Sunday, Oct. 27. at the emergency ho.spital, of Kli2abeth Kir-ton, beloved wife of R. Donaldson, lo-jcomotive engineer, of Lethbridgc. The cause of death was dtte to pneumonia, following an attack of influenza. Deceased was 27 years of age and leaves :bei'iides hor Iiusband, two little chil-;dren, one aged two years and the other I four months. >Ier brother, 'William McKcnzie, livos in the city. Other 'relatives are her mother and two brothers, near Saskatoon, a si.ster at, Grenfell, a brother at Crowsnest and three brothers at the front. The funeral will be announced later. CRySTJll ICE CREAM Hallowe'en Dinner Vanilla and Strawberry............................ psr quart 75o Special Flavors ........................per quart 00c Individual Moulds........................... per dozen $1,50 CRYom mm umm ; PHONE 1576 and :\Irs. R. Andrew.s. .Mr. and .Mrs. E. X. Hlginbotham, Air. au,l .Mrs. T. B. Shaw and family, Mr. and ;\Ir.s. ,). D. Higinhotham, Air. and Mrs. Frcvl Thaell. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Taylor. .Mr. and Mrsj, R. McPherson. .'Ur. and .Mrs. II. .'Mcllvena. Mr. njid Mi's. .1. M. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Elder ami Mi.s Eddy, "Bobbie," and .Mr. .V. botham. ' Hi.:!iu- ; ANNOUNCEMENT (�:ipi. Porter, 'auctioneer, wishes lo announce that on account of the order by UH'jjroviiicial Imaltli board re holdiiiK (rf aiiclion sales, his W. K. Wocknit/, sale at .Miigrath jidvertised ] for .Nov. :nb, is indefinitely po.ftponml 271-;; Funeral Mrs. Holland The funeral of Mr.^. Holland will take place tomorrow to St. Angu-^tiu's cemetery, Rev. A. E. Snow otiiciating. i Besides lier husband, Mrs. Holland I leavers an infant daughter (wo manlh.s old. Have yu;t tried the. Victor service at, ilie Wllll.s Piano Hull block. Vou Will like it. record Store. 271-1 IN MEMORIAM j Veteran of Present War j William Rutledge. who died very �suddenly here Sunday morning, was a I veteran of the present was, having enlisted ^\�\t.\\ the Fighting Tenth, He was previously a C.P.R. operator. He was wounded and gassed at the battle of St, Julien. The remains were taken east to Felsherton. Ont., being accompanied by his brother Roy. The i late Mr. Rutledge leavets his mother, I who resides at Flesherton, and a .sik-iter, Mrs. J. W. Daley, besides his brother Roy. He wa.s an active member I of the Orange lodge. He was well 1 known here, and had been farming for isome time at Vulcan. See Saunders Hay & Grain Co. LETHBRIDGE For nil Kinds of Feed CONFERRING WITH CZECHOSLOVAKS Basel, Oct, 30,-Count Andras-sy, the Austro-Hungarian foreign minister, has enterid into diplomatic discussions with members of the Czecho-Slovax government In Paris, according to the Hungarian newspaper Norody Listy. > ? ; ? : : ; ? : ? : ? ? >;/:. > ? : : : Funeral Mrs. Hendrie the,fujeVaI of Mrs. A. Heirdrio. 00 years of-age, resident of this city, who passed away on Sunday last, took place Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Tlie service, whicli was conducted by Rov. Cragg, was held at the reslclence of the deceased "at 1315 5th .\veiiue S.. and was attended by a few intimyte friends of the family. The following gentlemen acted as pall bearers during the removal of the remains vto the burial ground: Messrs. II. Ostluiid. F. -Thaell, T. B. Slia,w, Air. Kea. Mr. Whid-(lington and .J, S. Bissett, Alany beautiful floral tributes were, sent, by friends ot the deceased, ds follows: Heart, family; cross, Protlieoii Class; star. Air. and AIr,s. It. S. Bissett; heart. Air. and Airs. ,T. B. Mitchell and Flossie; anchor, staff of ,1. D. Hlginbotham & Co.; heart, A'Ilzp,-i!f'| Lodge Xo. 72; cut flowers. Airs. Slier-lock and Airs. Macleod; sprayrf, Mr.�. W. A. Martin and family. Air. and .Mrs.' A. -N'cldig. Air. anil Mrs. W. A. Buchanan, Air. and Airs. W. R. Ward, Mr. and Airs. Jas, Dawson and Ivy, Air. and Mrs. Allerdlce Sr., h. O. B. Association, Rebekah Lodge Xo. 41, ,Mr. and Mra. W. S. Ball, Bi-tmch "H Letter Carriers' Association, Air. and Mrs. J, Living.stone, Wesley Church Choir. Mrs. I^ingard and Winnifrcd, Air. and Airs. H. Ostlund, Airs. Stitt. Winnie and Doris, Wesley Ladies' Aid, Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I.O.D.B., Air. CARD OF THANKS The family of the Inte Airs. A. Hendrie wish to take (this opportunity to expres;s their undying gradutde to the tiKiny friond.s who so kinrtiy gave aid and Hj-Mipathy d.irinp the recent period of atixioty. and al=i) to Miosp who --- '.�(-;!t the bcauliful floral gifl.s to honor In lovinb memory of our beloved tlu- memory of tlitir b�;!oved mother, sou and brother. Private Arthur; 271-1 : Forbes, aged 20 years, who v.-as report, j - � ed to have died of wounds received at ' UR I Passchendaole, Oct. :;nth, ]',tl7. liiit' I i regarding whom no ilefinitc iiarticu-jj j lars have been reeof\'cd: ' I ( i Ivcy.rn to wail-life's Iiard6�t lessoii. j Learned perchance through blinding , tears; I While- the heart-throbs sadly eciio. To the tread of passing .vear.s. Learn to wait,-hope's slow fruition. Faint not, though the way seems long; 'I'here is joy in each condition. Hearts though suffering may grow strong. Constant sunshine, hov,-e-cr welcome. Ne'er would ripen.fruit or flower; Giant Oaks owe halt their greafue:; Wholesale Fruit and A'egelable No. ;i-!)21. YOU'LL LOOK t^IKE "A GOOD HEAD" After Leaving This Shop Westbrook Bros Opposite Bank of Montreal y 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 613 A COMPLETE FUNERAL FOR $70 This includes a black cloth covered casket, neatlv trimmed, outside case and embalming, hearse and lead car. Single grave and digging together �n-ith our usual prompt and courteous services MOTOR EQUIPMENT NEVER CLOSED IVIacKAY & BELL PHONE 1802 803 THIRD AVE. S, LETHBRIDGE Your Country Needs the /'Dough Buy Victory Bonds Space Donated to the Victory Loan 1918 Campaign by John Giimore Limited, Bakers Office Stationery, Office Furniture Filing Cabinets, Typewriters, Mimeograph Machines, Check Writers, Envelope Sealers, Stamp Affixers. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE. ^ EVERALL & FRANKS SInnot Block- Cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St. 1 4432 ;