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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER DAILTHICHALD PAGE SEVEN BAALIM NEW RWfUESli Arthur flaallm Is the new presi dent of the Rrttrtry tilling vacancy In thai poettlon created by ilio death of John Wllklm nnnouncemeiit of hid olectloB to position the board of direc tors was made today at the weekly luncheon of thA George WncKay was elected vicepresident at 11m same while Roy David son was named as the new member of I lie board of An Invitation to accept a large silk Stars and Stripes from tho New York Notary Club was accepted by the local The New York rlub Is endqavorliiK to foster the Many who are subject tender weak lungs or more serious pulmonary should receive wonderful htlp and strength from the daily use of SCOTT S EMULSION Its nourishing and tonic virtues are a bulwark of strength to the miner threatened with helps keep the blood pure and the body strong to resist Every miner should take A Emuhian every Scott 1S1E A close relations which the war has brought about amotin the Kngllsh speaking nations ot the ftBd recently Rotarlsri Hafne president ot tho Hotaflr Clubs of Great was presented with 22 American tings to take home with Dim for the 2is dubs of that MEAT PACKERS federal trade In a supplementary report submitted to congreie charged the five big meat packing companies In the country with being a com bination which la a restraint of the trade which the sete of livestock and fresh ONIFOBM HSA08TONE8 FOR GRAVES imperia war graves describlnf its plans for the maintenance of war cemeteries purposes the erec tion of headstones ot a uniform de which are to replace the tem porary wooden crosses head They will be 30 inches high inches At the easfern end of the cemetery a great altar stone will be with broad Each headstone will bear the badge of the soldiers reghnent or other unit in a cross and an inscription bearing his date ot and next otkin will be A threeline Inscription will also be The graves of non Christian soldiers will bo treated in accordance with their own religious ANNUAL POM SHOW 14 December li to 14 promluiw 1m a busy time with Mm chicken fan olera The annual show will he held usual the poultry Exhibition One hundred aud fifty new show pena have Just been making the building second to none In the The OarclHton nnrt will he busy Inasmuch HR tlio secretary ex an entry of many exhibitors coming from Moose Calgary and The prize Is very attractive In the way of Have you yours If not drop a line to Horace Box but remember entries positively close December WERE OF GtJIG TIRED Sidney director of moving pictures for the Ontario died In Toronto A jury awarded Kate Hrawley damages against the Toronto Railway Hrawley was a passenger on a crowded hold ing onto a when the car lurch the strap she fell and Injured Young Men Promoted Increase of earnings is usually accompanied by In crease One of these responsibil ities is that of being appro priately dressed for the posi tion which is entrusted to We are prepared to meet your need for clothing ap propriate for your Clothes Help Make the Man You will be pleased with our Unusual Selection of Appropriate Woolens for Winter Suits and Top Why Not Give Him a Suit for Christmas With our usual foresight we have anticipated the demand and are able to furnish the same high standard of allwool fabrics as In the RlDPATH TAILOR TO MEN AND WOMEN 407 FIFTH STREET f PHONE 730 f From Boys at Front Tell of Nearing End of War Relatives of boyn in tin Canadian army advancing into tlnrmany are beginning to fecnivn loiters from France dated prior to the sign ing ot the So fnr no lottera have cbmn through that The Herald hail learned ot tolling of the actual events at the front on Novem ber but earlier inters Indicated the boys knnw Hi nnd to conic Magistrate Irwin today received a letter from his ixMgliton who has been in Kriincc a long It was written on November and In It the writer utaten that he know how many ho had killed In the iwfit fnw but he was setting sick of the mono the time the Canadians had passed through Humphries received a letter from hiH Arthur written late In in which ntatod that the end was in while his other son wrote on No vember 5 would likely last only a few days Some very Interesting letters Lull ing of the actual cessation of fighting may be eipected tagos Vaudeville Koftd Show fnr Majestic theatre on Tuesday rvnd Wed neadwy nights this The negot iations were made by hence the lack of advertising on this attrac Manager Brown announces to day that tho complete Pantages bill will bo presnntedMomorrow and which Includes five top notch headed by Otis Klmnrc and his Cnnnlbal a glrly niuslrnl June Mills and will fill an Important spot on the bill with her comedy Another act which will t delight tho audience is The Act a beautiful posing novelty and a trio of real dancers and comj odlanH will supply many a anil Sylvester will rotnplete the bill I with their original Securing this Pantages road show on such for fjethbrldge theatre In a great scoop for the Majestic nnd Is to hoped that will accord acts i great Tho box flco will ho open all day Tuesday and Wednesday for the advance sale of All woollens are safe with Lux If you hive dreaded to the childrens for fear theyd be delighted to know about You can wash them ns often at dip them up and down in cleansing Lux rub bing or shrinking or matting of the wool fiberi Theyll always come out of the Lux fleecy and brightly colored at when All and dainty fabrics can be washed with the pure Lux harm nothing that pure water itself L LEVER BROTHERS M B10 Trout ttie Spray HTO and dozen Ing speckled and gleaming from the Icecold waters of the Ifipray near and none under eight ounces In They iwere heavy on the line when they flrst took the hook and surged and charged and sulked and finally came la to be and they grew mar jvellouely heavier by the tlmt they ftad all been caught and then carried Cur Mllea back to the buggy which tad left by the falls whsre the it lah en the string bad lain be rth the great rocks that scorned green eddies el the roaring river would only come forth when Idrawu by stout silk and trusty And the whole trip was not a long as fishing We tied our horse at the new below the Italia and left him placidly munching oats while we crossed the river and took to the precariously narrow pack trail that twisted and climbed and cropped and went higher across and around the treat lower of Maoist We dallied at a pro railing eddy tad drew forth three iehTWe climbed three itundrrd feet W granite which led te a raol of crystal water the foamflecked ourrait IB Its thousand feet ot length the gully would take frcm us the altUudicous advantage of eur but we ultd down to the tempting Ing to good luck anC strong to get usliack to the A Black Ant aid a Common Coach man hit the water A Ntplgon the product ef trans planted slid up from the brtiom of eleven feet of Water a strekk of silvery steel ana struck the Ant with a vigorous anxiety that brought Joy to the angler and angry resist ance from the A hungry cut throat sliced a path from hie shelter Ing boulder and the oacn man In the bono it his upper thus pleasing another tshafman who checked his whirring and ed the bending rou with gleeful If you know how the neb lie the waters of the mountain of Banff Park need lose little time In vain The wales at the upper or nwer Wide at eft pools sheltered behind rockc or It con ceals Itself jeblad aeme protective UJA Jatt jwltt What the Press Agents Say talk aad In the restful eddy waits and watches the current dashing ready to flash out on any delicate morsel of food tlmt is irought with the one aeede only ash the pools and the and if Uieie In uoi a atrlke after a dosen It Is food judgment to move on for the flsh moved followed theae dlrectlrns and fished quite 4 stretch of beautiful We had left our horse at we were at the ttrst lumber vttmp at two and we had flshed the big holes In the canyon by three At that morally certain that we had better quit Jshtne Ueraiise we bad caught an honest days string we counted Che and found thirtythree spotted So liuugry and tired aneT tuily content wt walked back trie broad highway on the went ef the river and rejoined our itecd four IT leg In another we In the areet dinloa ronn nf botrl and ef delirious fresh from chefs hot Tne onlv once that ran a tuning is UftAUV fllaVJ AT THE Tonight and tomorrow will be pre sented the telling and compelling play featuring clever and beauti ful Mary Here is the theme of this wonderful Candace Newby was She had offered to sell her talent to a theatrical but not her The offer had been refused and she was tormented by the narbecl thrusts of With n few pennies remaining of her she trod rainswept streets to a cheap where she bought a loaf of It might put color Into her cheeks and flt her for a decent place in a theatrical company form She slipped to the wet pavement and the bread rolled Into the a soggy mass of A limousine stopped iu front of a palatial Inthe car was man she thought she loved and other man who loved hev The man slie thought she loved step ped on tho mass of bread at his speared it with his umbrella and car ried it aloft into the cafe as a drunken trophy of the What did Candace do That would spoil a big Universal photodranm that will thrill when you see it at the Empress theatre to night and Bread is without exception the big human interest story of the AT Rarely has photoplay more skil fully combined the necessary interests of youth and business than in the new Pathe Kidder and Ko in which Bryant al ways a favorite in this will ap pear at Starlaud Theatre tonight and Washburn has been a screen favor ite for quite a long but he didu t become really famous till he essayed the role of the Saturday Evening Post hero who has Become a He is tho young man became rich and famous by the mere accident of the purchase of a dress Maybe you remember the rare human the delicate the delightful naturalness of the Skin ner Then came Twenty one by George Randolph Chester with Wasuburn In a dual and here he la back again in an absorbing of what happens to a young man whose father didnt think he wan going to amount to the way in which he beats his pessimistic dad at hla own game and wins the dearest little girl in the all at one fell as one might provides an entertainment brimful ot interest for Kidder and Ko is re plete with comedy and everyone will flnd plenty of enjoyment in watching In addition to the feature Tpto in an extremely funny Fire the and the touith episode ol Hands will be AT THE For three nights starting tonight the Colonial the most beau tlful theatre in Southern Alberta should be the Mecca for all Leth bridge theatre for tho bill to he offered IB one of the very best over Been The Colonial Players will preaen an entire change of bill headed b Cecllle Elliott and Company in the in tensely dramatic a sketch in which Miss Elliott is glvei grout scope to display not only hei wonderful but also some o her capabilities iui u Tin action Of the play is interspersed witl a number of operatic suns b Miss Jessie the young and beau tlful Bud Schaffer will olinr an origimil black face comedy and Al Horde will be seen in a new dancing and tiUkinc Tonight will also wltnnau tho tiil wesimtulion hero of Hir Johnston Forbes Robert tho dlsiiuguishid English in the photographic version Musks and Faces in which he in supported by Hi isioaicsi nil star evur Now that the Flu Is Over What about having your rooms disinfected and repapered by as We have a new stock of Wallpapers at remarkably low with Cutout in the very latest t WELLINGTON rue nrrneATnDtt SHERLOCK BUILDING THE DECORATORS 1 uj tUwire UtO JiiU In These Days No Merchant Can Be Successful Unless He Represents You By HAMILTON Former Advertuing Manager Philadelphia FIFTY years ago every store had a barker just as every sideshow has He was not so but he was equally He stood on the side walk in front of his store and urged you to come When you hie rang a You were surrounded by highway men and there immediately began a system of brigandage which was not even surpassed by holdup men on lonely The first business of these socalled salesmen was to find out how much money you Every ruse was resorted to to get you to open your wallet or your The second object was to get as much of that money as possible and his value to his concern was measured entirely by your This is not romance it is Not the worst but many of the best stores did The only price on an article was the highest price you would The law of Caveat Emptor let the buyer beware was the CommeHh ial Law of the It was understood that you and the merchant commercial enemies and that you were his legitimate Such things as a definite price or the returnability of merchandise or a guarantee or good faith would have been considered out of all this this crossroads this world old hostility of buyer and have come the trust worthy institutMns of the present And the one great factor that has brought this change about And the reason for this is that a man is naturally far more careful of what he writes than of what he merely Today you walk into a store with as much confidence as you would enter your own You feel that every possible safeguard thrown about you for your The where he once was your commercial has become your business Your pleas ure is his He will do anything within reason to meet your smallest Even the manufacturers and big distributors have caught this feeling that they must represent or you will not patron ize Thisis the great thing that Advertising has done for And the peculiar part of it is that you feel this this this surety of fair play only toward those who That is why the advertising columns of this paper should mean so much to That is why you should make this advertising part of your daily That is why you should begin to read it and continue to read it every day for everything you ;