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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NORDHEIMER PIANOS SDISON PHONOGRAPHS A33INIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Mu�ic�l" 115 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR DM 11th Stroet 8. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Dono nt Reanon. able Prlneo. For Canada's National Fish Day Tomorrow FRESH WHITE FISH SALMON, HALIBUT. FINNAN HADD1E, SOLES DELANY'S Meat Co. Opp. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-266*. Oil of Eucalyptus A stnnl; s"iii|>in*c. O. ;. -Cash {radius was MT.v �iui ' on (Oflay's market, oat* i lused '.ini'lianicpd for O'tob�r an.I T,c lower (or December. Larley . losed lower for October am! !T�c lower for December. Flax closed :v lower for October: 4 J, t- lower for November and 4c lower tor December. Winnipeg Markets Oat- - Oi-t. ... Dec. . . . Barlev-Oct . . . Dee. . . . K! axon. . . Nov. . . . Doe. ... or'1" cio-ie sr.'.. l.rji lo ! 1 Oa'� N.i. -' i". \ K.Mr.i No. No I IV..d Haricy-Nu. .: ('. \Y Rejected . . . Kl.ix No I N. W. c No. J c. w. ...... :'.(T ..... Cash Prices �T'. \e. :: :'.|v :;t;>.. ! V 1".' Ni No. J Feed. i c. w. W. �1 Ms, Calg.-.ry Markets '"a'.sary. Ort. ..> About jr. ears of cattl�- were received at the yards today. I'riiv- practically the same j� yi'.-;..;,'.'y. be,-ide.s h'ir husband, two little children, one ag"i! iwo years and the other four month-. Her brother. William .Mclvenzie. livuf in the city. th�T relatives are her mother and two brothers, near Saskatoon, a ,-lsti-r at, Grenfeli. a brother at Crinvsn'-st and three brothers at the front. The Mineral will be announced later. mid Mrs. It. Andrew-. Mr .. --Hobble." and Mr A both.ini. ltd Mr M nd M --. T s, .1. I'll-1 . .Mr. M r.-Tav-Mis-light- Funeral Mrs. Holland 'I'lie funernl of .Mrs, will t;:l * * REACHES AMOUNT WITHOUT COMPULSION .UNDERTAKING A COMPLETE FUNERAL FOR This Includes a block cloth covered casket, neatly trimmed, outside case and embalming, hearne and lead car. Single grave and digging toge'b6'' with our usual prompt and courteous aervicea. Melbourne. Oct. 30.-Acting Premier Wntt staled today that in view of the highly satisfactory response to Hi" war ,oan " wiil ma he neoussary to introduce compulsory subscriptions The amount actually raised ho far is JJiiij.252.00fi. The total number of'subscribers was 218,- ooo. ;,> & *f* "J* ? Funeral Mrs. Hendrin The funeVal of Mrs. A. Hemlrio. tio years of 'ago. resident of this city, who passed away on .Sunday last, took place Tuesday afternoon ut J o'clock. Tue service, which was conducted py Rev. Cragg, was held at (lie residence of the deceased at 1315 5th Avenue S.. and was attended by a few intimate friends of th� family. Tin- following j gentlemen acted as pall bearers dur-i I lug the removal of the rcmains-l^o the J i burial ground: Messrs II. Odluml. !'. ! iTlmell, T. M. S1ih,w, Mr. Itea. Mr. Whid- \ jjliigton and .1. H. Hissett. Many' ! tlful floral tributes were sent, by j friends of the deceased, fis follows: ( I Heart, family; cross, Prothcon ! Class; star, Mr. and Mrs. It. S. Ills-I sett; heart, Mr. and Mrs. ,1. H. Mitchell laud Flossie; unchor, siulT of .1. D. j IliKinbothum & Co.; heart, .\ll/.p;ilr'| ? l.odt;e No. 73; cut flowers, Mrs. Slim W. A. Martin and family, Mr. and Huchtinan. Mr. and Mrs W. It Ward. Mi" i (I to have died of wound- re Passehendiiolc. Ort. ::\". but resardiiiK whom no definite partii-u lars liave boon recefveil. I.e;rn to wait--life's hardest le.-sou. Learned perchance throuuh biindiiut tears; While the heari-throb.- .adiy echo. To the trend of passing >'eai-. I.earn to wait - -hope':' -low fruition. Faint not. though the way ,-eems Io:ik; There is joy in each condition. Hearts .though .suffeiliiu may srmv stronK. Constant sunshine, liowc-ir welcome. Ne'er would ripen fruit or flower. (Han! Oaks owe half their greatness To tfte southing tempest's power. Thus a soul untouched by sorrow Aims not at a higher state;  Joy sucks not a brighter morrow, Only sail hearts learn to wait. Human strennth and human Kretit ties.-,. SpriiiK not from life's sunny ;,|(|(>; Heroes must be inoro than driitwood FloatluK on a waveless tide. - Inserted by his parents and sister. Forget not. O, forget not tills. How long aRo hath been -ami i-t The mind that never meant amiss --Forget not yet! I'orget not then thine own approved, The which so long hath thee ho loved, Whoso steadfast fnltii yet never moved- Forgot not. yet'. - Inserted by his sister. Helen. J7I-1 | ANNOUNCEMENT I Cap.. Pot ter. 'auctioneer, niches tri 1 at�noutice :ha: on accnunt of the orib"-1 by the provincial ii.-'alth b.i.ird i" the ! !>.>! M:ii, irt' ai-.eii.m rale'-, hi. W. K Woi-l, -:ile ;,: M;ijfr;it!| advertised : N.e. 'eb. i- i1111.�r1111'-�,y p-i-tponeil. 'JT1 ;; ' 1 lav e y,, | t � ii i! tite ' ar r..-utt;tiii fioral i;!lt.- lo h-mor tl.e uii'iuori of tlo ir 1'loved ..u>111 t. 271-1 �3 Sec Saunders Hay & Grain Co. LETHBRIDGE For nil Kirds of Feed AY In carload lots and less, at right price.-.. We now have some  xtra c.uoil, � ALFALFA to offer. Prompt shipment. Three kinds of CHOPPED FEED For hogs, dairy cov.s and other "slock. We also bnv and sell POTATOES Any quantity. Canada' Food Board Licenses: Wholesale Flour and Feed .No. IL'-INI; ltettnl Flour and Feed No. ii-Slnii; Wholesale Fruit and Vegetable No. :!!:! 1. YOU'LL LOOK LIKE "A GOOD HEAD" After Leaving This Shop West brook Bros Opposite Bank of Montreal ,� 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 $70 MOTOR EQUIPMENT NEVER CLOSED MacKAY & BELL PHONE 1802 803 THIRD AVE. 8, LETHBRIDGE Your Country Needs the "Dough Buy Victory Bonds Space Donated to the Victory Loan 1918 Campaign by John Gilmore Limited, Bakers Office Stationery, Office Furniture Filing Cabinets, Typewriters, Mimeograph Machines, Check Writers, Envelope Sealers, Stamp Alfixers. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFIC1. ^ EVERALL & FRANKS Cor. 4th Ave and 6th St. Slnnot Block 4421 ;