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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, nKC.EMBF.n '14, 1'JIS DAILY PAGE MAGIC BAKING POWDER Guaranteed to he made exclusively from the Ipgredlents specified on the latel. Your Grocer sells it. Costs no more than (Ke :ordinary kinds. E. W. GILLETT CO. LTD. TOnONTO, CANADA Winnipeg AlontreaJ BOOTH STRIKE SETTLED OTTAWA. Dec. Glrlke Iri J. R, Booth's paper milts here, affecting SW men, setlled this afternoon when the union nccepted the.- compromise wage '.schedule offered by'Mr.- Booth1 Friday afternoon. The which have been closed for three reopen Monday morn- ing at 8 o'clock. LEAVE PARLIAMENT MADRID, Dec. IB n longer represented In Uio Spanish pa llament.' The -deputies from tha province abandoned their seats las night, led by Sonor Cambo. THREE on Christmas tv Our (me slock of Ciirlsltnas Goods and reasonable prices are inducement enough lo bring you to our a'lore. We save money for cuslomers all over the city on general harihvarc-antl ore doing IbuJ same on big Crhlstmas Blocks. In addition 16 Ihls between now and Christmas eve you will bo 'given a coupon with every cash purchase ot JI.OO ciTtllliDR you to p cbauco lo have one of" the follo-TVJng oil "Giirjatmij eTs. Dri'ir he at o'clock. THE FIRST NUMBER DRAWN BE GIVEN CHOICE OF: (a) The Biggest Doll In Our Show Window, with movable eyes and limbs, beauty, sea It. It Is worth (or b) A Fine Coaster Wagon, worth W.50. i SECOND PRIZE: A very Pretty Doll Buggy, worth (or b) A '..Pair of 55.00 Skates. '.'THIRD PRIZE- A Nice Set or Doll Dishes, worth J1.25; (or b) A Train, worth COUPONS AHE BEING-GIVEN WITH EVERY SALE, j C. G. OLANDER GENERAL HARDWARE AND TOYS 624 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH AUCTION SALE Monday Next, Dec. 16 AT TWO O'CLOCK PROMPT On the Premises, Corner of 1 1th St and 6th Ave, S, JUDGE IVES' RESIDENCE FRANK WADDINGTQN WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AN ASSEMBLAGE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE An! eUKU! Including: SPLENDID PIANO by MASON A RISCH; very handsome dlnlns nulls In mission oak comprising burtel wllh leaded 'glass doora, round dining tiblo and ?et of rilnlng chairs; Tpry lino CHESTEHFI ELD, niahoganj- frame- mis- slon. oak gecToliiIrp; .STSE.CTION BOOK, CASE in Al coniiUon; ij- eul oak coniplclo '.with lop .-mi baso; ten haodaomo (4-ciit OAK LIBRARY TABLE; VJ-cul onli aecrelairo; hall mirror; HANDSOME WILTON RUG, la nW rtlnins ro6, 9ll2; mission oak .convertible card (able; sewing machine- BRASS BED complclo wllh springs ahd QSTERMOOR MATTRESS; Wtchen cupboardi COOKINQ RANGE titled wllh gas flilPirns; re- frigerator; brass Irhnmcd bcd3 complete wllh springs and mattresa- ea; OAK DRESSERS anil stand; bodroom enrol squares; difhcs; glassware, rtcturcj, etc. CASH PHONES 4S9 A PROMPT ATTENDANCE WILL BE APPRECIATED LONDON, Dec. Press IH Tlio olocllon In which votors today, liiuutn as uuo of dm most mooien- oua of modem limes, characterized a curious lock o( cxdlement on aoalliy. Thla is noiably ilio ase willi part of lLo b.'.'Ou.OOO new 'umen vuttra yerdlut no trilUcal prophet veulures to forecas't. liat tbe Coalition govornment will be Iclorlous la a .cer'.alnly. The only ueuUoa ID (bo Blzo of tile majority stloifllea ot ivhkh vary (roui 180 to 31) over al) parties It !a assertp.d thai Ihe results ol no canvass inQde orvous caudldatcs what aro coiiald- red to ba ealo scits and at Iciat 200 aro doubtful, IncludiUK boae of prominent persons like Me- Henderson and ministers a cousldnrablo curEoElty le maDlfect BB to the number o[ them to Hierciso tbe There was a rush to Ihe election boolhi In London during thp early houri, but a groat majority ol liio vot- ers tae eipectcj to catt tliolr liallote In the afternoon, tho day beloe a hall holiday, Wwtitn Rueh to Polls I In tome'districts particularly those! Inhabited by tho working clgES ihej women >ere at tho polls before tho; men and In larxc nuuucri. In one dls-1 trlct In the east end of l-ondon, there wore 10 women voters to every man. The rain, bowfver, iccpl the women from tho polls during Uio murnluH In the moro arhtucralJc bcctlous. Labor Parly Mf. Lloyjl George's'challenge to Ihe Lahor narly at- Canibc-rwell IcNuniara, Sir Krlc Geadcs, Sir up by Laiior. llohert Stanlsy noborls-Darnca and Sir Chris-1 ciyDeB. apeakloe ai NoUlngham, Bald onlier Aidlson, The men arollnat lhe Labor party was the same ow more confident ol securing moro party which two years ago decided lo ban tho 130 seals they originally eall- BUpp0rt Mr. Lloyd George The onlv maled. The Coalitionists concede was that It waE larger. II jabor eight Beats. The Coalition pap- ers emphasize tb.at tho 'aalc IB Tvhftliier tlte govcrnmcut which ocgari- victory Bhall" lo make peaco anu organize 'recobstruc- true'lliat in. t'omo cases those of the party-.who took eitreroe views, which not share, had been able to gradually influence cerlaiu local out of five Labor can-1 TEACH TOE KIDDIES TO CHEW Children fed on mushy, denatured food'; fhai require little chewing are apt to have wefeo tive tceih and unhealthy carrnot eat Shredded Wheat without chewing if .The crispness of the shrak' of baked whole wheat induce ion and fhai means good digesfa. ttyou serve wheat food be sure if is whole wheat in a crisp digestible form Wheat is ihe whole wheat ready-cooked amd serve. If requires no sugar-simply mijk and a little-salt .Ion- To Ibis the re- before the country had piles: "Vote for n tree paillanje'nt, -t liy sir.all mluor- Ur'ot ruVfrejnL5ts, but by the great Iradej unjons. mlcrvlewcd, eild rce trado and no Quiet Elections LONDON, Dec. general elections Loday are proving lo lie one of tlio quietest Great Urilaln lias wit- nessed In years. Tlirc Is no great domesllc Issue before1 the electors, that --knew ItUer than Ml1. Lloyd .Ilial the Labor parly, In conjunction wllli the trade union con-i gress.-ivas the only parly representing) was the caso Iietoro the war, while; organized workers." There! was with tlie exception of the small pad-; evidence In proot or Lloyd George's! flst group the campaign has appeared [Lat the Labor parly were I :o Indicate thai there is no slurp div- ision of opinions to tho atti- tude toward Hie peace conference1. Much IntcreEl attaches to the vote Uolahcvitlsts. On the contrary, Mr. i Henderson fialci. he coulii produce am- ple evidence that the Labor party Bought as earnestly as he for Ihe I wlilch the women will cast In this, the irjumph 0( democratic principles. flrst general 'election in which the; they .rilcl- I Two very Important derisions were made-by the directorate o( lhe Y.M.C. A- al.their regular meeting-op. Tliujs- cveinug. The problem of the fe- s'oHlers occupied a .gopd deal qf lhe attention of the meeting, anfl thlV'-prolilera WSH discussed from all il3 angles. It wag realized thai the .Y, ALC.A. must play a largo part in" aid- ing lhe retura of the soldier to civil Hie, particularly from a social-point p) view, in providing proper occupation Cor the soMlcra durlng-lhcir hours or leisure. Tho social, committee of Iho directoratG has ,-laken this prohVem li hnnd, 'wllh lhe reault lhat- -a" clfort will be made by them lo get into touch wilh every, soldier "as iie-'reluyns to the city, to giro hitd tlie glad hand and tc assist hies1 In j This committee .will cp-bperale -with Iho Veterans or any-other organIz'a i Lion this end in TICW. I In further regard to this prolilcinj.l was decided .lo' lhrp.w> opon tlie 'InstJ tutlori here, and lo extend Its prMl cges lo the reluming .soldiers ppriod ot three without charge. K woa felt that this n least was one'definite- plan for gclt'ln inlo luuch with the relurntrjE nicn antJ nf assialing thctn lo reaJjusl them sclTca (n the social llie at Iho com mu ill Ly. It was fell also that ihis wa only due to lhe men who are return Ing from Iho sufferings and dlscom forts of the halllejleld. The Work Among Boys, The other Important decision reach edVa3 111 at Iho'work among the boy n list-bo developed along wider more effective work will undertaken by the new.physical dtrcc or, and al an other meeting on Slpadd night next It.will'be decided 'as; I whether the director will need .assis I nnco In this work. It it is seen that tli I present plaus can be carried out wit regard to physical wnrk nnrt i work, Iben tnc'riiTectdraiot prepared In engage assistance for tb I physical dtrcclor. f- FOOD BOARD FlLASHES During lhe fonr years of war, an moat o-ipcElally during ihe last yen Canadians have learnnd lo apprccla fish as an every day diet. Uefprc tb. war only 29 pounds per head ol pop latlon was consumed in thla ccurtlr N'ow the Canada Food Board estimate that we AFC-consuming lish at a bo this rate, fn view of the mei shortage tho world over, and the u limited possibilities of the Car.adia j fishsries, it pniy the part wladpm Tor Canadian honECwlYca mnfD'lafn this rate. Fish h'aa prove not only to be a cheap substitute t mpflt, bill arpathtable and uouflshfn fis well; Tho more 'produces trom Iho itc gr water of this country, FlronGrr will the fishing Industry Ihis f-ountry ffrpw. And Ganadln f jjTo.ipcrily will depend upon lhe Dneri 1 with which we develop our natural i sources of Ttind, during ihe.nc few yrars. The F'lAnViin IIoiiFfi tif. Tort' Sla Icy, Opt.r was destroyed by fire. Mac Donald, sneaking al that if and .er could he relied upon absolutely'ccrtain. ICJie..D9lBjBvikisl, John MacLean, ade hlG'.fi'rst appearance in Glasgow s'eftiayu.ajid is an impassioned eech claimed to he tbo-.standard- r ,6t jiiii class in Lhe great (Ight EDMONTON, Dec. certificates are now being purchased, it Is rcuorted from the provincial treasurer's department, nt Ihe rale oE some per day. There WP.S a let-up during the Victory Loa'n campaign, Lut business Lae com- menced agala and U proceeding brisk-' ly. Sales hare bten made recently not only In Iho three prairie provinces and Hrltlsh Columbia, but In Montreal and Toronto, and as far away as Hali- fax and New York. ,One eaBtbrn iirm has just made a. purchase of 'The bulk or tho money paid to the jovcrnmcnt for these savings certifi- cates.comes, It is Mlated, from investors, who are'; attracted by the fivo per cent Intencst 'which they bear, Tho '.reasury now has aliont fl.OOOjOOO. to the cnedll ot Its certificate buyeru as a raault of eighteen 'months' operation; of the TJie money Is ufied collat- eral BEainst'lhe province's las. collect- ona. DOCTOR KEEP GERMAN NAME Brooklyn Judge Saya He Will Not Assist tho Practice of Supreme Court Djjnedlct, Jri Brooklyn, recently refused the petl tlon or Hr. laldore Charlea .Welnz: Bropklyhy to'-changq his lo Irving The' phyeiclan re- cited In bis petition thai, his Uor- man namo a delrlmV.Dt and em- harrasBmcDJ. hig bustaesi. "It Is said JusllcA Benedl "that persons may adopt fuch D as BUit their fancy. But Micy Ojiply for leave to nameu. under the sanction ot -the courV, I, for ooe, will not grant iich leave, where tlie effect of dolag-to enable per SOD B of Germanic clloa to1 conceal their origin'acd practise .deception on :pencHB3 who deal with them in ignorance of rtch origin. "Neither will I permit t of Ihe names of by foreigners. Such, sublerfurea aa, leart outht not, to be tol- erated. Is undoubtedly.'dit- agreeable In theric days" maJKM ivhlch juggest our enemy, loyal rlti- zeas of foreign'.birth eelTea -by "act ;and to eiMLIt their loyalty, gather than by UHUD- fng names to which they no proper claim or Juat ter adoption." To Make This Christmas A Merrier Aeoliah-Vocation THE WONDERFUL NEW MUSICAL INSTRU- GREATER PHONOGRAPH THE Aeolian-Vocalion is the first great musical inslnJBienl constructed upon the phonograph principle. It is and more any other instrument of its tind you haYK ever If you love vocal music, tie asloundingly perfect re- production by the Vocalion will thrill you like theorig- innl voices of the great singers who have given their art to lli'e record inakers. Kills the appealing mellowness of ths violin that wins your preference, or llic tre- mendous chorus .a great orchestra, the Vocation lone, true to the Uoat deliratn inflections and qualities of every voice and inslniment, wilj satisfy as no phonogr'sph music heretofore could have. When you hcnr the Vocalion you will hear tne supreme achievement in tone reproduction you will appreciate ihe highly developed art thnt the world's greatest music house lias been able lo employ in mak- ing a greater phonograph. The artistic richneM of this beautiful phonograph will impress upon you thit the.making of a fine muiictl Instrument is a Uik for artistic skill and never possible of accompliihiaMt by llio mechanic or sciential (lone. 9 And when you have trifj you have play-ttl your favorite records, modulating each IpKe, varying each measure as you choose, with this remarkable expression will realize this feature alone grants the Vocalion a. distinction and n capacity for musical pleasure-giving unequalled by any-other instrument of the phonograph type. fl.Dominating in quality though it is, the Vocalion is cosily, and is purchasable upon the most liberal terms. q priea are from to f 525 andvf with the WILLIS PIANO CO, H, C. C. SALMON, MANAQEft HULL BLOCK ;