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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DRCKMBKB AOIC BAKING POWDER Guaranteed to be made exclusively from the ingredients specified on the Your Grocer sells Costs no more than the ordinary W GILLETT CANADA Winnipeg Montreal BOOTH STRIKE SETTLED TUB DAILY tflWALD PAGE strike In Booths paper mills affecting 800 was settled thla afternoon when the union accepted the compromise wage offered by Booth Friday The which have been closed for three will reopen Monday morn Ing at 8 LEAVE PARLIAMENT is no longer represented In tho Spanish par The 26 deputies from that province abandoned their seats last led by Sonor THREE Given ftway on Christmas Evs Our fine stock of Christmas Goods and reasonable prices are inducement enough to bring you to our We save money for customers all over the city on general hardware and ore doing thq same on big Crhistmas In addition to this between now and Christmas eve you will be given a coupon with every cash purcluias of entitling you to a chance to have one of the following on Christmas Draw will he made at eight THE FIRST NUMBER DRAWN WILL BE GIVEN CHOICE OF a The Biggest Doll In Our Show with movable eyes and a see It Is worth or b A Fine Coaster worth SECOND PRIZE A very Pretty Doll worth or b A Pair of THIRD PRIZEA Nice Set of Doll worth or b A worth COUPONS ARE BEING GIVEN WITH EVERY OLANDER GENERAL HARDWARE AND TOYS 624 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH ELECTIONS WOMENSVOTES ARE Press via election In which voters poll though described as one of the most momen tous of Is characterized by a curious lack of excitement bor dering on This is notably the case with part of tho new women voters whose verdict no political prophet ventures to That the Coalition government will bo victorious is a Tho only question Is tho size of the majority estimates of which vary from 180 to ISO over all It is asaertod that tin results of tho oanvaas made ninny candidates nervous regarding what consid ered to bo safe seats and at 200 seats are now including those of prominent persons like Me Henderson and ministers Jiko Sir Eric Sir Stanley RobortsBarnes and Sir Chris topher The Labor men are now more confident of securing more than tho 130 seats they originally esti The Coalitionists concede Labor eight The Coalition pap ers emphasize that the solo Issue is whether tiio government which organ ized victory shall be returned to mako peaco ana organize reconstruc To this the oppositionpress re plies Vote for a freetrado and no Quiet general elections today are proving to be one of the quietest Great Britain has wit nessed In Thro is no great domestic Issue before the as was the case before the while with the exception of the small paci fist group the campaign has appeared to indicate that there is no sharp div ision of opinions to the countrys atti tude toward the peace Much interest attaches to tho vote which the women will cast in the first general election in which they have had an opportunity to partici FOR BENEFIT OF and a curlofllty is manifest as to Dm number of them to exercise the There a niRh to the election boothi la London during the bat majority of the vot erg are expect to cast their ballots In the the day being a half Wofnen Rush to In some dlntrUU particularly those Inhabited by the working class the I women were at the polls before tho men and in IBTKO In one dis1 trlct in the end of there i were 10 womon voters to every The kopl the womon from the pollR hiring the morning in j the more aristocratic Labor Party Lloyd Georges challenge to the Labor parly Camberweil was promptly taken up by Robert speaking at said that the Labor party was the game party which two years ago decided to j support Lloyd The only difference wan that it was It was true that in some cases those the party who took extreme which he did had been able to gradually influence certain local four out of five Labor can didates now before the country had been cjbbnen iiy that small minor ity of but by tho great trades Arthuf sdid that nobody know better than Lloyd George that the Labor in conjunction with the trade union con was the only party organized There was no j evidence In proof of Lloyd Georges i assertion that the Labor party were On the i Henderson he could produce arni pie evidence that the Labor party sought as earnestly as he for the I riumph of democratic Ramsay speaking at that if the canvass and other indications could be relied upon lis victory absolutely The John nade his appearance in Glasgow reslefday in an impassioned claTfljed to be the jearer fiff class in the great fight I TEACH THE KIDDIES TO Children fed on mushy denatured food that require little chewing are apt to hive oefeo five teeth and unhealthy cannot eat ShreddedWheat without chewing if crispness of the shreds of baked whole wheat induce thorough masticaf ion and that means good It you serve wheat food be sure if is whole wheat in a crisp digestible form Shredded Wheat is the whole wheat readycooked amd readyto If requires no sugarsimply milk and a littlesalt l AUCTION SALE Monday 16 COMMENCING AT TWO OCLOCK PROMPT On the Corner of 11th and 6th JUDGE RESIDENCE FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AN ASSEMBLAGE OF SUPERIOR HOU8EHOLD FURNITURE And effects Including SPLENDID PIANO by MASON RISCH very handsome dining suite in mission oak comprising buffet with leaded glass round extending dining table and not of six dlnius chairs very fine mahogany frame mis sion oak neorotnjro 565QTION BOOK CASE in Al H ctit oak completewith top and base very handsome uut OAK LIBRARY TABLE Vicut ouk secretaire icut hall mirror HANDSOME WILTON 0x12 in new condition dining room x2 mlHsion ouk table sewing machine BRASS BED complete with springs and O8TERMOOR MATTRESS kitchen cupboard COOKING RANGE fitted will gtw fixtures re frigerator brass trimmed bods complete with springs and os OAK DRESSERS and stand chiffonier bedroom carnal squares dishes TERMS CASH PHONES A PROMPT ATTENDANCE WILL BE APPRECIATED Two very important decisions were madeby tho directorate of the at their regular meeting on Thurs day The problem of the re turning soldiers occupied a good deal Qf the attention of the and tills problem was discussed from all its It was realized that the must play a large part In aid ing the return of the soldier to civil particularly from a social point in providing proper occupation for the soldiers during their hours of Tho social committee of the directorate has taken this problem In with the result that a special effort will be made by them to get into touch with every soldier as he returns to the to give him the glad and to assist him in any way This committee will cooperate with tho Veterans or any other organiza tion with this end in In further regard to this it was decided to throw open the insti tution and to extend its privil egos to the returning soldiers for a period of three absolutely without It was felt that this at least was one definite plan for getting into touch with the returning men and of assisting them to readjust them selves in the social life of the com It was felt also that this was only due to the men who are return ing from the sufferings and discom forts of the The Work Among The other important decision reach ed Vas that the work among the boys riust bo developed along wider and more effective This work will be undertaken by the physical direct and at another meeting on Monday night next it will be decided as to whether the director will need assist ance in this If it is seen that the present plans can be carried out with regard to physical work and the boys then the directors ot the Y are prepared to engage assistance for the physical FOOD BOARD FLASHES During tho four years of and most especially during the last year Canadians have learned to appreciate tlsh as an every day liefore the war only 29 pounds per head of popu lation was consumed in this country I Now the Canada Food Board estimates that we aro llsh at about i double this In view of the meal shortage tho world and the un limited possibilities of the Canadian i it will be only thopart of wisdom for Canadian housewives to maintain this Fish has proved not only to be a cheap substitute for but palbtable and nourishing us welli Tho more fish Canada produces from the sea and the greal water areas of this the stronger will tho Halting Industry ot this country And Canadian prosperity will depend upon the onwgj with which we develop our natural re sources of every during the nexl few Tho Krankiin House nt Port Stun wuu destroyed by savings certificates are now being it is reported from the provincial treasurers at the rate of some per There was a letup during the Victory Loan but business has com menced again and is proceeding brisk Sales have been made recently not only in the three prairie provinces and British but in Montreal and and as far away as Hali fax and New One eastern lirm has just made a purchase of The bulk of tho money paid the government for these savings certifi cates It is from itmall who attracted the five per cent intertest which they Tho provincial treasury now has about to the credit of its certificate buyem as a result of eighteen months operation of the The money is used as collat eral against the provinces DOCTOR MUST KtfEP HIS GERMAN NAME Brooklyn Judge Says He Net Assist the Practice of Defception Supreme Court Justice in recently refused the peti tion of Isidore Charles Weinz to change his name to Irving The physician re cited in his petition his Ger man name was a detriment and em barrassmenx in his It is t said Justice that may adopt such nt as may 8uit their But wfcen they tor leave to change tlMlr under the sanction ot for will not grant such where the effect of doing ISO is to enable persons of Unction to conceal their origin deception on pcraoas Who deal with them in ignorance of stch Neither will I permit the adoption of the names of American tamOlM by Such subterfuges or at least ought to be tol While Is Is undoubtedly Agreeable in these days to which suggest oar loyal Citi zens of foreign birth eurt them selves by act dood to their tfather than by ing names to which they proper claim or lust tor To Make This Christmas A Merrier The AeolianVocation THE WONDERFUL NEW MUSICAL INSTRU GREATER PHONOGRAPH THE AeolianVocalion is the first great musical instrument constructed upon the phonograph It is and more any othor instrument of its kind you have ever J If you love vocal the asioundingly perfect re production by the Vocalion will thrill you like the orig inal voices of the great singers who have given their art to the record If it is the appealing mellowness of the violin that wins your or the tre mendous chorus f a great the Vocalion true to the delicate inflections and qualities of every voice and will satisfy as no phonograph music heretofore could When you hear the Vocalion you will hear tho supreme achievement in tone reproduction you will appreciate the highly developed art thut the worlds greatest music house hai been able to employ in mak 4 ing a greater The artistic richness of this beautiful phonograph will impress upon you that the making of a fine musical instrument is a task for artistic skill and never possible of accomplishment by the mechanic or sciential Q And when you have friW the you have played your favorite modulating each varying each measure as you with this remarkable expression will realize that this feature alone grants the Vocalion a distinction and a capacity for musical pleasuregiving unequalled by any other instrument of the phonograph 4 Dominating in quality though it the Vocalion is not and is purchasable upon the most liberal tj Vocalion prietu mm from to and up with WILLIS PIANO MANAQEM HULL BLOCK I ;