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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 NO:iOHeiMER PIANO* ItDISOH PHONOGRAPHS A8SINIB0IA_MUSIC CO.. LTD. "EverythTno Musical" 115 8th Street South Phone 164S Iflfs on the Market We Haveit^^ Very Choice Lines for the Week End, DELANY'S Meat Co. Opp. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 ' Canada Food Board Lfcente Numbei* 9-2694 Oil of Eucalyptus A small shipment of Oil of Eucalyptus was received this O"!? _ morning. Per ounce ----..................................... CiOC Face Masks There is certain to be a sliortage of these. Get yours 1 C� early. Each............................................ IOC THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL phom WITH A FULL LJNE OF HIGH CLASS GROCERI ES AT THE SAME PRICES YOU CAN BUY FOR AT OUR MAIN STORE. EVERYTHING WILL BE, SOLD AT A VERY SMALL MARGIN ON THE CASH ANQ CARRY PLAN. A SMALL CHARGE WILL BE MADE FOR DELIVERING. THE LOCATION IS ^40 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH. INSTEAD; OF^ 328 AS ADVERTISED ON OUR HAND BILLS AND IN THE HERALD YESTERDAY. THE STAND RECENTLY VACATED BY THE peoples; DRUG. STORE. THE TELEPHONE NUMBER IS 458. REMEMBER EVERYTHING we ADVERTISE will BE AVAILABLE at"BOTH STORES AT THE PRICES ADVERTISED. , - .. SPECIAL LOT'OF APPLES-ORCHAftDftUN WAGNERS 4lbs.................. ... 25c Per case  THESE ARE FINE STOCK ....... $2.25 THE GOOD CO., LIMITED High-class Cash Grocers Phone 525 CanafiqFooiiiBoard License No. 8-599 Foch Says 'VHARGE/' but Canada Says 'PAY' Talk with the Tin, Tie Up the Kaiser with Victory Bonds THIS SPACE DONATED TO THE. 191S VICTORY LOAN " CAMPAIGN BY The Model Bakery N. J. SCHWEITZER, Prop. Winnipeg, Oct. 31-The marliet -was dull and featureless. Oats closed, unchanged for October and Ic higher for December. Barley closed Ic higher for October and l.%c higher lor De-c^ber. Flax closed 3c liigher for October; 3%c bighei- for NoTember, land 5%c higher for December. Winnipeg Markets , Oats- ^ Open Close Oct....... r.......� Soli Dec............. 77% 79 Barley- Oct................ Dec. ... Flax- Oct. ... Nov. ... Dec. ... 105 ....... 347 .....y.. 339 Cash Pricss Oats- 2 C. W.....S4 Extra 1 Feed ____ 1 Feed .....79 Barlev- 3 C. W.....10414 Rejected........ Feed ........ Flai- 1 .v. TV. C....... 3 ,C. AV. 2 Feed .1 4 C. W. 103% 106 . 351 3.51 342i SI 81 76 99^ 93 92 .............351 \ ' Telephone* S5S and 1211 ' Mierlocic Bulldina CITY AND DISTRICT New Branch Store ' 'ThQ.Good Co. -win open their new north branch tomorrow. >. . Ill With Flu' i^^a. Kilner is laid tip with influenza. As, a result his-store will be closed until Monday morning. , . . , Feast of All Saints v .ToAibrrow, .Friday, is Feast of AU \SalntsTand Holy Day of Obligation at Sti Patrick's. Owing to'|the epidemic-no se'rflces'will be hold. The day be-iini Friday, but' Fe'asf of All Saints, there will be no abstinence. In spite of the fact that many lines of high graJe tools have been hard to get; this season we have an ^ assortment to be proud of and in many cases at prices lower than they can be replaced at. See what we. nave to dffer. Compare our'prices. You will not be urged to buy. We want your business and sooner or later we will have it. Come ih and get jtcquainted. Go. 6U.S|NE89 OFFICE 1920 Accident Was On ^nday In the- account of the accident at the' Jones' mine published in Monday's .Herald, in which Allan McDonald wa's IjiUed. it Vv-as stated insfirror that'the accident occurred Saturday aftemqoni .The accident was on Sunday ";atte'rno'on. Funeral Taber Man : iJted! in'';Taber, Oct. 29th, Fred W. .Powell. ''The funeral, in charge of M^pKay and Bell, took place this af-ternoott at 12 o'clock. Interment was mai3le'-"in the Taber cemetery'. BARGAIN SALE POTATOES $1.50 per cwt ^ At Our Warehouse. Saunders Hay & Grain � Go. Phone 732' Canada Food Board License No. WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR Y4cing' town^ under quarantine and notifyihg railroad passenger agents that they .are closed up ! tight. Austria's renewed plea to President Wilson for an armistice and peace terms has been transmitted to the allies.  Belleville Board of Health has arranged for .pabllc vadcination as ai preventative against influenza, ^ IN MEMOHIAM J In loving memory of Pte. J. H. Bui- , liiitt, P.P.C;L.I., who died of wounds ; received at Passchendaele on Oct. 31, | 1917, ' 1 "To memory ever dear."i� | -Inserted by wife and child, j ANCHOR-DONALDSON UNE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full-Information Agents or Company's Office, 270 Main St, , V^innlpefl. �UNDERTAKING" A COMPLETE a*>yf\ FUNERAL FOR This includes a blaek elotb covered -casket, neatly trimmed, outside i ca^e and emhaliuinK,.^iiearse and lead car. Single grave #nd digging . to�ether -with our usual-prompt and courteous services. '.MOTOR EQUIPMENT"* NEVER CLOSED MacKAY & BELL PHONE 1802 ^3 THIRD AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE AUTO STORAGE Five Dollars per Month Having leased 'the Hick-Sehl, Warehouse we are prepared Tto look after your auto rfUrlng winter months in practically a,fire, proof building, _ PHONE 633 Ford Garage 1232 Third AVenue 8 Lethbridge J.D.IIigiiDt|ain&C(. The ^!5�aK Ston AlkerUr's PUnssr Oru|fllsi�* WhslMSl* and Ratall Chamlilk. Phones 1515 and 322 � Completes Arrange^nents Supt. MacKintosh, of the C.P.R., was at-idQoutts yesterday, meeting the su-pesPinl'^ildent of the Great Norf.hern with respect to completing details re-� � ^etdlng the amalgamation of the C. = 'PiR. -tfnd' Great Northern depots at C^outts. . StafJF Hit by Flu' -The Herald is publishing under difficulties. Half a dozen members of tlie mechanical staff are laid up with the'jji-evalent'disease, and their places have to be taken by other members of the staff new to the work. Late appearance of the paper is accounted for by 'these conditions. ' ' Funeral Diamond Man-There died in Diamond Citj',' Oct.\ 29th, John Wiwhariuk,?aged 24 years. The funeral will take place on Sunday, Nov. 3rd, at 2 o'clock from the parlors of AlacKay and Bell. Interment will take place in St. Augustin's .cemetery with Rev, JMurrell-Wright officiating. Funeral Elmer Ritchie The funeral of the late Elmer .Vlien Ritchie, son of Mr.'and .Mrs. A. ^f. Ritchie, 170D 6lh Ave. N., took plirce this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the family residence. Interment was made in the public cemetery.jFuncral arrangements were in charge of M.ic-,Kay and BclL ;.,flaves far Calgary � . �/! ;'. Moore, who has been secretary fUM- -f the Lethbridge exhi-bitiw) si �-ti Ust fall, leaves this evening,with his family to take up rcsi-de.ncfi in Calgary, where he ha.s taken a .position with the .Motor Sales Co. Babies Like Our Milk and thrive on it. 'I'hey never grow tired of it, never decline _ a glass or a cup of it. Try ' our milk service for a whiloi and you'll lejarn that there is a big difference in milk. Ours is -the best and richest produced and is ideal for eyery purpose for which milk is used. CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. Phone 1S76 ANNOUNCEMENT Capt. Porter, auctioneer, wishes to announce that on account of the order by the provincial health board re the holding of auation sales, his W. K, Wocknitz sale at .Magrath advertised tor Nov. 9th, is indefinitely postponed. 271-3 The November Vic.tor records are on sale tomorrow at {he Willis Piano Store, Hull Block. .We have them all. card of THANKS Mr. and .Mrs. X^liffprd McLeod of Warner, thank their mariy friepd's for and .sympathy shown In the death of Iheir two sons, also for the beautiful floral tributes from the following: Two sprays/Miss Chisholm; two cros,s(!s, Mr. and Mr3."Geoi'ge I-rol-royd and family; spray, Mrs. Bierds-dorf; two wreaths, the 4-15 Sunday school. / 272-1 � Mr., Moore", who came hero from^d-monton, has been engaged in exhThi-tlon work for sGma� year.s, but has given this up for. the auto business. . g. w. v. a, Mail Registered mail is waiting the following in'^lie secretary's office: M, M. Robertson No, 27988(;; J, W, Quigley. NA. 259020; A. C. Nivian,.No, 2621954, Mail' awaits the following: N, E, Tripp; ,1. Spencer. No. 730189; R, K, Jarvjs; B. Temieul; A. .MoRae; M. M. Robertson, No. 279886; Geo, Cousins; U, Vermiele. Casualties Mailed casually lists report that Pte. Albert Edward Elliott, who onlisted-at .Medicine Hat, and whose next-of-kin i-i Mrs. E. Elliott, Lethbridge, died'on Oct.' 17, from iuHijenza-. Pte. ..Tos. Adam, of Cranbrook, who enlisted at Lethbridge/has beei/kjlled In action; Pte. Storn Brown,.' of Manyberries, who was recently reported wountied, has died of wounds;. Sergt. Robt. Laing, Lethbridge, and Pie. Henry Jaycock, Enchant, have been wounded. A record In police court was established: at" Sault Ste, Marie when fines aggregating ?16.70,0x^ere' imposed .on seven; foreigners ij^arged with being members ot"the�!6ciaI-Democrat organization and having publications in their possession printed in an enemy language. . The United Stales Steel . Corporation, thr()ueh-lts .subsidiary, the Canadian Steel Corporation, has purchased $500,000 ...worth ot Victory bond.s. , Fift.V. odd yetu'rned, Canadian soldiers halve returned to Canada attei taking part In the LJberty Loan campaign, in .'the-United States. That their work was appreciated is shov/n by a letter from th'e* state chairman , for West Virginia who, writing in re-j gard to three ofBcei's, said: "1 do not believe that I ever niGt men who were more suited for this work than they �were, J have, a very high regard for these gentlemen." . ' The Germans claim, to iiave shot down 58 hostile aljplianes yesterda}'. There triay- not be an inquiry into the wreck of the'steamer Princess'. Sophia; ai there. Is n.o,.one alive to; give eyidenc^ or upon^Yhom the responsibility of the wrei2k could be placed." The fnter-parfts' copiniittee of the relchstag, the Lokal 'Anzeiger of Berlin, says It understands, is debating the quBstlbn of caUliig to account the 1 statesmen respbnsibie for the (allure' of the German peace movements late in 1910 ajid at the. beginning of 1917. Gastlneau channel, on which Juneau, Alaska, is located, eaHy today was whipped' by what marine men said was the'worst storm ever exper-ionced. Ferries" were unable to op-orate. The Hungarian diet at a joint meeting yesterday adopted a motion declaring'! that the constitutional relations between Hungarian and Dalma-tia, Siavphia and Flume had ceased to exist, according to the Hungarian Correspondence Bufeam 'fhe motion also declared that the relation between Croatia and Austria had been severed. The constl'tutloh of a new' state (in Hungary) will be determined by a constituent assembly. Kirkby's Special For Thursday ; CUP CAltES Regular Price 40c per dozen THURSDAY 2 5 c Per Dozen ' Made in accordance with the regulations of the Canada Food Board. Kirkby &, Co. 606 3rd AV^. SOUTH Canada Food Board License Number 5-2386 \ PHONE 1627 YOU'LL LO6K LIKE "A GOOD HEAD" After Leaving Thls- . - UTILITY, In Editions from .. . ., .. 7Sc to, $20.00 The Twentieth Century Book Store 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 618 Your Country Needs the ''Dough Buy Victory Bonds '�\ ^ -------- space Ddnated to the Vicl^lyJ^olmWa Campaign by John Gilmore^Lnniied, Bakers Ofiice Statipaery, Office Furniture Filing Cabinets, Typewriteh, Mimeograph Machines, Qieck Wnters, Envelope Sealers, Stamp Affixers.; EVERYTHING POR THE bpFIcK, EVERALL & FRANKS SInnot Block . Cor. ,4(h Ave. "and 5^h St, 71 6744 ;