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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE ^;iS0&:.All:Toaflz vill Joad to the main (luiro llinn 20 booths, including a fine! i-� fe^iavlHoii at the fair grounds for the collection ot ^\Tir trophies.  and air fiiK^mxt^neiaya. the�e will be of Interest The buUd- ^^;f:i^^&iBy "noon Thursday the stage will ins l�e well heate^; there will r,fV al) )>a set for the Victory Dance Car-1 be refreshments ot all kinds avail-S- x , fttval on the last three evenings of i/'*'' the refreshment and Ice cream (lie Week, and for the Soldiers' Kid- booths, and/tiiao at Dinty Moore's. aiBS' Festival on Saturday after- And,Tom White has just forwarded ilbon. Every evening for the past the currency for the new Bfmk ot week every member ot the Rotary Monte Carlo which ^s financing the Glub has been busy on the details of ^Ofi"- That's about all that one can the program, which is eipetced to t^U about the carnival without see-entertaln not le^ than 2,500 people *s everj-one is deter- durtng thb next three days, together niined to see it, the Rotariana and with GOO or more soldiers' children tbe crowd and the dance and the on Saturday afternoon, and though it niidway will see to It that everyone has been a strenuous task the car- bae a good time. The carnival opens nivalis rounding out now until the each evening at S o'clock, and the boTs are satisfied It is going to be ""^C'^^g ,�tartB at S;30. a huge success^ ^ ' Some idea of the public patronage which may be expected was gained on Tuesday afternoon. At the Monday iT^ncheon of the club it was decided to put on a two-hour campaign on Tuesday afternoon- when .all members would sell tickets. The city was divided up into blocks, and teams of two men each apportioned to cover the business section. The. objective set by President Baalim was 200 tickets in the two hours. To the sur- (ge All Spt For Big Victory Carnival Here m NEXT OF KIN BAK GERMAN TOYS At theSast meeting o� the Xext o� . *c^-^^ worp Kin ABsociation held oil December prise- of everyone ^T"^ 2nd, the members pledged themaeTVts back in less than wo hours and their ,ot'purchase'any /'Made in Ger- total.was more Uian the j%ho e oh- . ^ ^ furthev-)ecUve. As the returns rolfed m the success of the carnival was assured. SUfFEREH lERRIilOIIY "FniMives^ Alone Gave ' Him Quick Relief Buckingham, Que., May 3rd', 1915. "For seven years, I suffered terribly (from Severe ffiadaches and, InttigtS' Hon. I liad belching pas from the' stomach, audi had chronic Constipation. I tried many remedies but. nolhing did me food. Finally, m friend advised " Fruit-a-tive*". I took this grand fruit medioine and it made me well. To everyone who has miserable health with Constipation andlndigestion andBad Stomach, I say take "Fruit-a-tives", and you will get well". ALBERT V^TBR. COc. a box, 6 for $2.50, tdal size 25e. A t deslerg or sentpostpaid by Fruit-*-^ves Limited, Ottawa, Oat. ACCIOENE DEATH for everybody in.the city will either be there or will have given hearty support to the cause by buying tickets. Preparing Big Tree This morning at 10 o'clock, on receipt of a wireless .from Santa Olaus, ten ladies, wives ot Rotarians, gath more will boycott any tradesman offering such articles for sale. BELGIAN ADVANCE LONDON, Dec. 11.-Belgian advanced bftantry marching toward the iRhine Iss reached � the line A'irsen-Pred'"anr'sti;"d to wrk'^pTeparii^ miken,'west of Crefeld. Light ele-what lanU^e in stor^ for'^Te kl^, nienta^ are at Kempenmlllem, north- flies.-i And It tjje public could only lee the array, interest would be -greater than ever, i But no one but the ladles will know about it before Saturday afternoon, when San^ Olaus** special �ill arrive from the Oort& to make Sie kiddies happy. west of Orefeld. PEOPLE'S COUNCIL DARMSTADT, Mass., Dec. 9.-The Prussian workmen's, peasants'- . and. .----I soldiers' council has been diaVolyed The: big feature of the carnival, ol, and will be replaced by the peoples course, is the dance, which will en-. council for the republic of Hess." This lertain the majority of the people each council will include representatives of rTening. But the carnival features aU classes of the people, not Social->re looming up strqng. There Svill he istg. . Before Coroner Huiaphries in the city police court room this morning the inquest over the remains of the late George Hewitt, CJP.H: fireman killed at Kipp on Monday morning was held. The jury empannelled cou-sistea of H. J. H. Sfcfiith, foreman, and' Messrs! Shepherd, Roy, Hardy, Thaell and Everall. ^ The evidencey>f a number of wit-, nesses to the fatality was taken and all went to show that the accident wa^. purely accidental, Some hint that the* young man may have had suicidal in-tsaitions was brought out; but this was discarded and the 3ury brought in a.; verdict of accidental death. No blame; Mrhatever was attached to the CJP.R.^ Fond cf ^ood Co course!  But not nwlct it BETTER Coffee? Coffee at itt BEST, in fw*- 'J Send for.our Ijooklet . C#�--PerMy)^ait5oIvcs y the proBlenu . "2 I CH/\SE& SANBORN MONTREAL eei OTTAWA, Deo." 11,-Tlie departf ment of labor, having-v'found that the restaurants which ^ec^ased the ain^ bunt of food served without rediicing their charges were not subject to the law against profiteering,,.Immediately secured a revision of the law, making the operation of alT public eating houses clearly within the law. This,, ot course, did not ^1' r prosecutioii for large profits made before the new: .law was passed early in October and only large profits made since that date are illegal. - . ; il^.j-- ixRIK^e 'spreads > HAVANA, 3)ec. ll.-^The strike in Havana continued to spread" todayl Walters and cooks at the various hor tels and cafes walked out and citizens had difllculty In obtaining meals. >GE DXlLY.hFi^l4 f I'" WEDNESDAY, DECE\rfif:R,lfe 1918 if STifjSISNOT VEI� BRISK YET The i^aestlou has been made that the fl^atNeir^Year's resolution to ,be made on the coming New Year's day, Is a resolution to buy a thrift stamp every pay-day., The sale ot Uirlft and war savtBirs stamps at the postofflce and around the banks Is not as brisk as it should be and cltisens ai'e again reminded that this( is ohe of the easy ways to. aavlngs acc6unt. Only about $25 worth of the stamps have been sold at the postotftce. The thrift stamps are on sale at Kc, and 16 of'them can be surrendered tor a war savings stamp worth |4 and bearing interest. In five years the stamp Is worth |o. -LONDON, D^c.;A.-The rumoh that the government-intends to have som^ form ot military conscription in Great Britain which hai excited Laborlte and anti-governinent meetings. has been strengthened by a statement by Hon. H. A. "riioinits, M.P. for Derby, and general secretary of the National Ui^on of RaiiWaymen, who caused a sensation at a lahor meeting at Manchester by reeding; a letter purporting to havejieen written by a British general, 'fhe.^letter, which' was daifed at the war olHce, was addressed to a French""general! Mr. Thomas"dId not mention any names, but said that the writer Intiniated' the proposed establishment of a national army of 20 divisions, based on conscriptions, the details of which .he outlined. Depend* on Peace Terms LONDON, Dec. 11.-(Reutei-'s)- Premier Lloyd Gaprge, speaking at Bri^oi to^ay, ^id that cpnscrliption was introduced'In Great Britain to meet a gres�t efliergency, when the em-ergeacy^as passed, the need which c^sed the passing of the act .will lapse. Ttere was no immediate intention to-renew it, however. Whether some kind of conscription would be .Tequired in the 'tuture would depend entirely upon the peace terms. > from WrightV Your Chrifitmais Gift  ^ If there I* one thing^above all other* that you want to know Is reliable when you: buy-It., it lajewelry. How can you know thi*7Voucan'tl ' > The one *ura;waytbrknow t]iat the Jewelry you buy I* tru*t. worthy^''!* to' come to the Jewelry Store which, by Its Honest Dealings, has made Itself worthy of trust. We refer you to your friends who know us. ^ ~ JU8T A FEW SUGGESTIONS: ' For Mother-Necklace, Brooch, B^r.PIn, Dress Pin. For Dad-:-Cuff Llnks,>Signet Ring, Watch Chain, Ores* Set. ; ' rhe Only Girl-Ring. Lavallleife, Bracelet, Watch. ; iThe Nicest Man-ScS'rf ,P(n, Wpldemar Chain, Collar Bar; etc.. OUR STORE AbOUND8.'-'vy[JTHH. GIFT SUGGESTIONS .FcIr EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY. Victoi[y Bonds Taken at Par for Diamonds and Other. Goods. ' R. A. WRIGHT THE CITY'S LEADING JEWELER Established 1898 CHARGED WITH MANSLAUGHTER TheSLATIR Hurll)ttt-Welt Cushion for Children The - -1 Shoemao 506 3ra Ave- South, LONDON, Dec. 11.-"If you . want peace you want  permanent peace," said Premier Lloyd George today. "If you want to ' prevent the horror of war being repeated you must put an end to conscription of armie* on the continent of Europe." � "The navy is a defensive -weapon, not an offensive one," the premier declared, "and that is why we can not mean to give It up." Referring to the question ot an in-denanity, Mr. Lloyd George said: �^"it is indispensable that a person who is in the wrong and has lost should pay more than a person who has been in the right and has>^on." VLADIVOSTOK, Deo. -5.-(By . W. E. Playfair, Canadian Press correspondent with the Siberian Expeditionary Force.)-The second unit of the Canadian Siberian Expeditionary Force, consisting of 30 officers and 400 other ranks, including a squadron /of mounted police, arrived today -^on the steamer Monteagle. General headquarters have been established here. Units of the British and Canadian'Red Cross have been organized, fwlth -Vladivostok a* ,th* base, for military and'Clvilian.relief. : '-'--J ...... /SWEAR LO-^ALTY COPENHAGEN, Dec. 11.-Representatives of the~^troops which are to guard Berlin took an oath In the town hall at Steglltz, swearing absolute loyalty to the German "people's government." Independent Socfalists, according to advices reaching hs^re, egjiorted the soldiers to disarrn, biit they refused. NEW YORK, Dee.'11.-Timothy S. Williams, president of the Brooklyn ^Rapid Transit company, four other officers of the company �^ and a motorman were' charged With manslaughter today by Mayor Hyiah, who, acting as a policfS - magistrate, has conducted an inquiry.Into the wreck on the eqm- . pany's^' IIHc* about a rniortth; ago vvl.thtbo.loss;0f nearly 100 lives.' - "The Cleveland Railway Co. "has depided to dismise 150 women working on the street cars. ;i �� RESOURCES OF BAN| The Graduola tone control device, with it* wonderful lesson of expression in munic, will create for you a vision of the unaour^ed posaibilitie* of .the phonpgraphi Vocalion Advantages COlO WINDS DONT AffLCI BABY IN A MOTHER HUBBARD SHOE AN lOrAl CHRISIMA' llf HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? ' The HudStin's Bay -^P/ls, (rff away, a $100i00, Viqfpry;' Bond �'tor q TONE QUALITY'of lineqiiallad Mturalnei*- abd beauty. Hear the Vocalion lo-morro>l. you who are earching for the greatesitrjch- _ ness of beauty and sentiment. fxyM^n M THE GRADUOLA-. simple and wholly this wonderful phonogmph y<^^-.^r^'j':''"''''^^ ite record. After the ^rst pHrases of- -~ mu8ic-*plendor you will hold-no real ?  'iq ABILITY TO PLAY ALL RECORDS-WitK- doubts. And the. fine, sy^.eet voice of the Vocalion will quickly prove to logical reason what it hsh been slow to ' believe-that at last a' ^hoiiograph of true musical perfest^pn has been ichieved. / V; out^a^ditional attachment! or adjuitraenti. APPEARANCE-Ca.e designi and wbik< msnship o( unquestioned �uperiority, ''AUXILIARY FEATURES-Such Automilie^ ^Stop, Convenient Filing Devic'et, etc. VecalioB Pricat-ConvenUonal Stylea-$69 to $525 Beautif^r^PeViod Styiei-$360 to $2000 / WILLIS PIANO CO. / H. C. C. SALMON, MANAGER HULL BLOCK 7?3?21 ;