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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta tStage All Set For Big V Victory Carnival Here v to main i Mire than 20 booths, Including ft ouuds for the i collection of war trophies, -and all will be of Interest-, Tho build- THE LETHBBIDGK OAK A HKRALD WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER''it, All roads nil! -Jew Vivllton at tho fair three days. the program, which is eipotced o entertain not. less than 2.500 people during Iho nest Ihree days, together wilh 600 or more Eouters' children on Saturday afternoon, and [hough It has been a strenuous task. Ihe car- nival Is rounding out now until the bovs arc satisfied It Is going 10 be t Luge success; Some Idea of the public patronage; which may be expected was gained on Tuesday aflernoon. At Ihe Mon- day luncheon of tho club It wns de- cided to pul on a two-hour campaign] on Tuesday afternoon when all mem- bers would sell The clly W4S divided up into blocks, and teams of two men each apportioned to cover the business section. The objective Eol bv resident Br.alim was 200 tickets In the two lioura. To the sur- prise of everyone sli teams were back iu less Iban two hours and their lotal was more than (he whole t oh- Ing li as everyone Is deter- mined to seo it, the RatM-ians and Iho crowd and Ihe dance anil ibe midway will seo io It lhat everyone has a good. Unto. The carnival opans each evening: nt S o'clock, ami Ihc danclnr slerls nt NEXTOFKINBMi Him .Quick Iructlnghuii, Mijr SrJ, 191J. "Korsevfn years, I suffeiedtfrribly from Severe IliaJathrs MifU- Hon. I had bckhluf gas from tin slouwh, ami I lud chronic Constipa- tion. I tried many remedies but. nolhios (liil ma saod. J-'inallf, f friend aJi'isfd I look ih'u {rancl fruit medicine ud it m.ido me well. To everyone who has miserable health with C'onitlps- tionandlno'igestionanJBiu'Sloniacli, I say laio and you will zet well11, ALBERT COo. abox.C for f-'.ap, A t delict or sc nt post pal J by s Limited, Otliir.1, WNHGKYCT sutiestloii has been made that the, first New Year's resolution to IK made on the coming New Year's day, li a rwolutlon to buy a. thrift El every pay-day. The ial9 ot thrift and war savings stamps at the 'poitofflni and around the bunks Is hot es brlsV as it should be and citizens are again remluaed that this Is one ot the easy ways to ii uvluss account. Only a'ooul worth ot the stahipa have heen sold at Ihe The thrift stamps are on .sale at 15c, ud 16 of'them can he I surrendered for a war savings slamp worth and Detains Interest. In five years Ihc stsuin la worth fS. At the-list meeting of Ihe N'cst of Kin Association held oh December 2nd, tho members pledged Ihemseltcs not to purchase' any "Made In Ger- many" toys, goods, etc.. and furllier- loctive. As the returns rolfcd in Ihe ,rarlcsmilll of. success of tic carnival was assured, lor everybody in.tha city will cither 60 there or will have given hearty support to toe cause by buying tickets. Preparing Big Tree This morning Kl 10 o'clock, on re- ceipt of o wireless .from Santa CKaus, such articles BELGIAN ADVANCE I.OXDOX Dec. ad anced Infantry marching toward the and Kverall. Be-fore Coroner Humphries iu (he city police court room Ihis morning the luquest over Ihe remains of the lato George Hewitt, C.l'.H- fireman Wiled at Klup on Monday morning was held. The jury empannoltte'd con- sisted ot II. J. H. Skeilb, foreman, anil Messrs! Shepherd, Hoy, Hardy, Thaell PLANNINGIOEP -rreater. than Llio ladles Trill know about it before Saturday afternoon, when SanU Clans' special 'illl arrive from the aorst to make me kiddies happy. DARMSTADT, Mass., Dec. verdict oi accidental death. No blame Prussian workmen's, peasants; and.whatever was attached to the C.P.It. ____ soldiers' council has been dissolved! "The-TUlg feature of the carnival, ot acd will by ine "people's coarse is the dance, which will en-. councillor the republic of Hess." This lertaln Ihe majority of the people each council Till include representatives ot rvening. But lie carnival feat ares aU classes of the jeoplc, not >re looming up sUqng. There'wlllba ists. of Sood Coffee? o- course I But irky not it BETTER Coffet? Coffte at its BEST. in 5EAL.BRAND .COFFEE for our toot'let "Perfect Gcflw-PerfKlly it selves v- tkeriotlem. SANBORM MONTREAL OTTAWA. Dec.' depart- ment of labor, having found lhat the restaurants which decreased the anv ount of food served without reducing Ihcir charges were not subject to Ihe law against secured a revision of the law, making the operation ''of alT public 'eating houses clearly within the luw. This, of course, did prosecution lor large profits nisde hefore tho new- law was passed early in Oclobcr ami only large profits made since lhat date are illegal.. -LONDON', Dee. rumor lhal the government- lutonds to have some; form of military conscription In Great Drlialu which hal esclted Lsborlle and anll-gurernment meetings, has been strengthened by a statement by llon. H. A. Thomas, 5I.P. for Derby, and general secretary of Ihe Nntlonal Urjoa of Railwaymen, vho caused a sensation at a" labor meeting at Man- chester by reeding n leltor purporting to havo_heen written by 11 British gen- eral. The.leltor, which' was dated at Ihe war office, ran addressed .to a 3If. Thomas -did not mention any names, hut said lhal the writer Intimated the proposed estab- lishment of n national urmy of 20 div- isions, on de- tails of which he outlined. Depends oh Peace Terms LONDOX Dec. (Renter's) Premier Lloyd George, speaking at Bristol today, stlA .that conscription was introduced la Great Britain lo meet n gre.it' emergency, when the em- ergency was passed_the need which caused the passing of the act jvill, lapse. There was no immediate in- teiriion to renew it. however. Whether1 Eome kind of conscription would he depend Jewelry from Wright's Christmas Gift the Jewelry Store which aelf worthy of trust. our friends who know us. JUST A FEW SUGGESTIONS: For Brooch, Bar.Pin, Drew Pin. For fling. Watch Chain, Drill Set, The Only Brscelc't, Walch. J. [The Nicest Pin, Wilifemar Collar Bar, etc.. OUR STORE ABOUNDS''WITH. GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY. Victory Bonds Taken at Par for Diamonds and Other Goods. R. A. WRIGHT THE CITY'S LEADING JEWELER Eitabtlihed 1B98 National banks BhoircJ deposits, ail Increase of 9.8' RESUUHitlS OF per. cent and In. loans.' ati Increase of 9.1 per cent nd naltonsl, tho TmUeu Stales, stole and deposits and list June. 30 nmounled lo STRIKE SPREADS HAVANA, TJcc. strike ia Havana continued lo spread" today. Walters and coots at the various ho- tels and cafes walked out and citizens had difficnlly In obtaining mealE. 1 NEW YORK, Dec. S. Williams, preaident of the Brooklyn Rapid Traniit four of the company" 'and a were1' charged with manalaugh'ter today by Mayor Hylan, whoi acting a policy has conducted an in- quiry.Into the wreck on the eom- pany't llnej ahciit a :trlonth: ago wjth ttie of nearly 100 lives-' flie Cleveland Hallway Co. has decided lo diamlFs lot) women work- ing on lha street.cari.' j Olio ot which was'crcd- ited to the. savint-o nml privalo hanks 'and 'trust companies, and tlic.T'.TOS Ipnal hauka.1 This shown day by a report of' currency returns.'. Deposits In the state b.-inks amounl- eil loans la Increase., oi' '.Opp, -Allowing Increase.. o per ceiifin denoslts over Ihe record 1 of Iho year previous nnd of ii pjsr.cenl HOW MANY YARDS OFrSlLKINE ARE'IN OUR SHOW-WINDOW! ,liylaud9 fc Co. are' glvirie aii-ay a 'Fur' Coat; worth 1150.00 Free, for the nearesl-esllmalo! Also Ihrce olhor .valuable A., coupon every.aale nt over. Walk-over for Women Hurlbut-Welt Cushion Sole for Children Womens Shoes LONDON, Dec. yoJ waul peace you want P. perma- nent said Premier Lloyd George today. "If you want to prevent the horror of war being repeated you muil put an end to conscription of on the con- tinent of Europe." "The nary Is a defehslre weapon, not an offensive the premier de- clared, "and-that Is why we can not mean ,to give It up." Referring to the question ol an in- demnity, Mr. Lloyd George said: is indispensable that a person who is in the wrong and has losl should pay more lhan a person who has been in the right and Phone 1512 506 3rd Ave- SoulK VLADIVOSTOK, Deo- W. E. Playfilr, Canadian correipondrnt with the Siberian Expeditionary ond unit of the Canadian Siberian Expeditionary Force, consisting o( 30 and 400 other ranks, including a mounted police arrived today the 'Monleagle. General headquarters have ieen eatab- liihed here. Units of the'Britiah and-Cana- dian'Red Crota hive been organ- ized, with -Vladivortok and civilian re- lief. The Greater .lasting joy for all the family LOYALTY COPENHAGEN, Dec. reaentatives of the which >re to guard Berlin took an oath in the town hall at Slegllu, ablolule loyally to the German "ptople'i government." Independent Scc'alitts, according to reaching hire, the aoldicra to dlurm, but they refuted. 'r'i' Christmas' morning in. .many. homes the Vocalion will bring, for tlie lime, Iric transfotm- ing influence of grent music. Th'e.1 will mean new intpilation, new vital b'eauty in trie lives of men enduring, growing Happiness in the eager heart! of children.