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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta mm' tHE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY ^^HfeRALP ^ �d . "SArURDA^ DEGEMBERV7,19W The ISO of the ordinaiy kinds of baking powder^ Dpi attractive to the woman that reguds parii^ and ,niMtiHmils important factors in homebalung. Wo� iwB^weciDDiingniore and'more to r^e that Magic fiiUBg Powder is the perfect baking powder ani - that foods containing it hare increased nntritimis value. HaoiP ^akM CAINS NO E:W.6ILLETTC0.LTD. ,_^TORONTO. CANADA^ Mm*: \wmm no the Listening Post � _ � Of Interest to Veterans. Conducted V by H. P. Madriison:? That's iHitling the situation, in a niit-shell, isn't It? Cnptaiii Frank Edvrarcis. Royal FuS SUiets. speakiiic; before the Minnesota | liaiikers" associaticn, at Jlinneapolis, � the~ other day 8a4rt: "Alay 1 ask yon. ill order to win. will you put your pa- [ vAnd. what of the,,vast tracts orun-I developed lands which are tielnp held ! bv alien enemy corporatiouB- and .spe-culators? Those long stretches' Of splendid country, many of them between Edmonton and Oalgary, are all , those to remain in the possession ,of ; Von This and Von That? Was With^U. S.'i\imy When He Succumbed';td'\||Lttack' of '' � ^Pneuillbliia I :;' , ' - f'l/;L:>v% � . The death occurred at JPOnt Douglas hovital, Salt Lake Gity> oil Friday ernihe of i^lesander Glasgow Robert ; son, aged 19, elder son of Dr. and airs. A. G. Robertson, 1301 4th Ave. i south, this city. Death was slue to in^. ' fluenza which 'developed into pneumonia a week ago today. At thck time of bis death ^the young man was in the service of Dncle Sara, having gone to Salt Lake about two months ago, where Ke enlisted in thn Uhiversity- Student Training Army. Just a week before the armistice was signed he passed his examination and secured his transfer to the V. S. Plying Corps, and was about to leave for the training camp at" Berkeley, Cal., when the war ended and his orders to join the flying wing of the army were cancelled. The University training course was, however,' to have been continued for a year, aiitf he was in the student camp at Salt' Lake City when he fell a victim to the influenza which broke out In the camp some weeks ago.  Alex. Robertson was one of the best known of the younger boys of the city. He was born at Sandy, Utah, but moved to Lethbridge witli the family about eight years ago. "He attended High School here, and two' years ago entered Alberta University. At botl\ High School and University he was a leader in sports, and last year was president of one,of the athletic bodies at U. of A. � Dr. Robertson readied Salt Lake City on Wednesday morning to- be with his son, bitt it is |inrtic;jilarly sad that because of the illness' of both, neither Mrs. Robertson" nor.Alan the younger son, will be able to attend the funeral. � ' F�hTlMtH�W^UN�v�rW�lkA|ite �Tityrr.A-tivcr\i���u These iiuwholesome "Vonrf" are at home fighting "the good fight >vith yr^^' -.....-.......-_____ 1 all their might"-for Germane/. When u-ioii.=!qj before your profits? You condiUons are favorable'they will: re-will if you realize that all your pro- turn to claim their profits of Caa'a-lits.are blood-bought! Bought with diaii freedom and Canadian land^"- the lives of your own countrymen! purchased by the profits o� the Wood f We -wonder if .Westley .Allison, Pia- of our.,,boys. * *  �>- veljf.'and a multitude of "'other profi-f ily plan is to--appropriate tfiose ieets ever thiuk'tjij that Just b-ifore i lands att8 settle the returned vetepins to .sleep-b'hights? i on them. Qur boys will be'better'and ' haji^er .amongst us than next door thex" go � t '  � �' ^ �  17, ' �^'riting on � UieVtsubject of "reconstruction," the B. C. Veterans' Weelt-ly iplthily remarked, "It is up to the Boards of Trade and Manufacturers' AssKJClatious throughout British Col- ' nmbia, and to every, other properly coSitituted representative - organlza-tfoB^.,tp ;see-thatJtiie soltilijjjrs. resident wifhimOie? province''gel .whaf is their,] i bare due. The soldier has fought for' them; Let them now fight for the oWier." nefgStbri to thevB^kimes. � * � �' Someone says it can't be douellsTo? Well, "America has done'it-why ^^in't we?   I - . The Great War Veterans' Aasocia lion-wiir shortly produce the aapfed cgnt^Ja ".Queen Esther" at ;thc'/:Jl8' � jeaic. ifA^hei foUgwinifiis 1 bw opsis ol' the plot. '� . * � Esther.;Was bon^ in Persija 600 yaarB lUBBON Several well-known Lethbridge hoys returned from overseas this morning. Geo. McKillop, former physical director of tile Y. M. C. A. here, war in the paily. He jained the second tank brigi a'de on reaching England, but before they courd.get to-the front the armistice had Jieea. Signed^ Billy Aitken, who enlistejfl^.yrith' th^ 63rd of 'Edmonton, ljut. who was,^aiiPtheir'well-known MB. LdNCNZb LEOUC ^ttawa St., Hull, P.Q. "Fruit-a-tives*Uscertainlya wonder. For a year, I sulilered with Rheumii-y/jw/fceing forced to sUy in bed for Jive months. I tried all kinds of medicine butwitbout getting better; and tiought 1 would never be abls to walk again. , "One day while h'Wig in bed, I read nboui 'Frult-a-tives' the great fruit medicine; seemed just what I needed; so I decided to try i t. The first box helped me, and I took the tablets regularly until every trtcb �^f the Rheumatism left me. -I havi every confidence in 'Frtnt-ti' fives' and strongly recommend them to every sufferer from Rli.eumatism", LOREIv'ZO LEDUe. 50o. a box, 6 for $2.:i0, trial size 2uc. At all dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Frait-a-tives Limited, Ottawa, Ont, 1t> A few days ago The Herald reported that a letter had b^em ,reoelved JjCbfiVBaf^fid lintitnatihig that one W'^tfae Bona-\of P.. Vibert, tormerly fiianltjger of the Union Bank at Leth-'bH(^fe', had been'( killed in action and anAther one had lost his eyesight. It would appear from othier intor-matloh Just received that this report Is not correct. The report that The Herald published from London the other day came frrfm X^ethlfrldgo people who are in that city and who it was thought would be sure of the facts they conveyed to friends here Mr. Vibert, however, trf a letter to an old Letlibridge friend, written on No-vbmber 4, speaks of his tjWO sons and does not mention that either had been killed. On the other hand, he mentioned that Cyril Vibert was wounded in 191G when on the Somme and Was given three months' leave. He came over to 'Canada tor a visit and later >eturned to the front. He was promoted ^to the rank of captain in the Machine Gun Corps and has won the Military Cross. Eric,. the , othereboy, is a second lieutenhnt with the Rf A. F. and has been in the Bal-1 karis "since the first week in Au-' gust. I � It is probable that the first report about the two Vibert boys was due to two young-men of the same name, being chronicled in the Canadian lists as having been killed in adtion and wounded. While of the''saiAe* name,, neither of the two men were relatedi to Mr. P. Vibert.^ . Gleiin tiled walls' and floors with Old Dutch. / In fact you'll find, Old Dutch is best for cleaning any thing that's hard toclean throughout the housed Besides, it's more ; economical than soap or any other cleaning material. Old Dutch Cleanser ... . ^ FORCES IN RUSSIA ^Mail for the Canadian force, oper-alting near -Archangel, North Russia, ----------- , is>to be forwarded via England and ,,.- ----_Ie was injured , giiouiii be addressed according to severely by a motor lorry, and *as in ' number, rank, name, unit, etc., to the hospital for a long time. Pretldle -which should be added- Canadian Gow^ is'another local boy with the ] contingent. North Russia Expedition-party. He has been at the front a. ^ry Force, Arihy Post Office, lK)n-;4ong time. N. G. Scott, C. Sellens, Corp England. The rates are: Let- t.T�v,,^t,, s xT,tai,. a,nd Y. Howard ....... .^..^ (2) cents per ounce plus _____ _____ newspapers one (1) cen.t per two ounces; for parcel post rates see Page 160, Postal Guide. Parcels must be sent via'Eiigland direct. Lethbrijge boy, also returned. He saw some stiff fighting. H' ' ' " .^UUB A.. --------. .---*- iiuij, jiiii^I �Johnston. S. Nutall, and Y. Howard tei's, two are the other local boys with thej.jYj^j. td^; party. MUST "NOT BE ALLOWED TO DUMP GOODS S"- Mosf" grocers sell BLUE RIBBON T^A it Do^yoiii^faave it in ,  � :your home? r-. � jiefo*B .OlMist.. .B,einp:an orphjui from iBfant^lsliie was .a' her cou-j^iw/ '^i^sTrdecai, * 'Who,|, t^cogiiizing her rUreat natural beauty, trained her in the ap6oni:tlishments of highest womanhood.' -She was'chosen by the King of the Realm to be his wife and queen. . Shd did not disclose her nationality.' -Haman 'was Premier and favoriteiol the King. Haman hatgd Mordecai's relation to the Queen. To be revenged he obtained a decree for destroying all the Jews in the, provinces. Mordecaf discovers - the plot and charges the Queen to petition the King for the safety of her pebple, which she.does at theigieril of her life, oiif' account of the law that no one shall go unto the King unbidden. The King hears her petliidn, and/ Hainan is defeated. Haniah^liBa'prepared a gallows for Mordecaj.: An .fttendant informs the King of thci fact. The King orders Haman'to'be hanged from it and: proclaims �Mo.rdecai, Premier In his stead. After^is the people LONDON, Dot, 7.-(Canadian Press via Beuteifg)-Speakino at Plymouth, Sir Auckland .Gedde*, a-member of the coalition government, said that whatever else Germany might pay in discharg: ing the cost of tjie war, she mutt not be allowed io'^pay in manu-'facturing goods dumped on-Great ^Britain. � . si; v , -  \ 1 ROMANCE OF TARZANJ NO N(([l 10 BIINOIf BABi UP MOTHER HUBBARD SHOE C'jnser�c! i':c Heat Best Gi) Let Us Replace Those Teeth No MATTER how many teeth you have lost, we can rpplaco them by new ones in mai^ instances handsomer and more useful th^h' the originals. Often the natural teeth are imperfect, as to "bite''\and, far from beautiful to look, at Often the overlapliing and � oyercrbwding Sf teethdaufies "'decay iWhi'ch 1 flnaUy .calls'for .'aii entire inew . ariiiipmeht' ofvte^th.: Todayrin bur .up-to-date dental offices, where ".the highest of skill only prevails,, this equipment is skillfully done and patlenis leaving our offices admit themselves more comfortable, more healthy and more handsome than before. Without one dissenting voice I _ they all admit that-- i)^itttt^ Ai Wefractise It Is a Gentle Art. Drsr; Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American'Dentistry-PHONE 363 Ott Blk;, 4 poors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge �/.:. V ; LETHBR>OQE. ALBERTA CALGARr OFFICE-115A BIGHTHAVENbEe. EDMONTON OFFICE-4 CRI8TALL BLOCK. rejoice." Lefhbridge's vbek ^Ingei-si-will-' be heard in "Que'en Esther." '' " "Queen'tojtteer" is -founded on the story lu the Old Tisfamfent. Watch �for - the - dates' and . hear "Queen Efther" for sure.^ ft will be really wora while. / ' " \ it does^ your eyesight is impaired and requires attention. Chances are you need glasses. Gjme to US without delay and let us examine your eyes. We'll then tell you whether , you need glasses or not. ' Too/many people neglect their eyes until the trouble goes too far. Don't tak^ the i'isk.';^Ken far away objects look close by or near-by objects look far away, if v; thin^ blur, if you have headaches, glasses are undoubtedly what you need. Wie^lJ;; examihe your eyes without charge and prescribe glasses only when they're necessary. And if you do need them, ^e'U provide the right kind at the right , price. ' ^ X HENDERSON %W R. A. WRIGHT'S JEWELRY STORE SIGHT SPECIALIST. BALMORAL BLOCK, LETHBRIOQE A WONDERFUL CHMSTMAS. GIFT. IN TONE QUALITY the AeoHan -Vocalion ia ricli, clear and,true. The typical phonograph tone is entirely absent. / IN APPEARANCE the Vocalion is beautiful. Its case designs are simple and taatcfUl, and exquisitely finished, THE GRADUOLA (exclusive with the Vocalion) controls tlie "expression" of the record. This feature is unique and must be demonstrated to 7PU, ere you can appreciate its fascination. Combined^ these featur^ik make the Aeolian-Vocalion the '"phonograph supreme"-the ideal Christmas gift. , i The inrtmediate purchase of this instrument is the only course for' anyone seeking' the ideal Chri8tn)|t8 gift-ap investment in musiqal'en-joyrtieni coitiiF^red' to which other gifts , paUry-l^^d AI>>>sni^cBnt.' seem Vocalion prices ar^:- $69. and upwards. lj{iih Gffiduola $150^ and up. Beautiful ylrt and Period ^dllsi^ni $360. up: li. C. C. SALMON, Manajgcr HULL BLOGf ;