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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, OKCRWBW Too Wg flotary Carnival is over, ind the iest indication that it was a iucc'eu the fact that everybody wants it made an annual Just, the'rose carnival at Portland-aed the Fotlach at Seattle are annual events lii those cities. Many sugges- tions ale being made that it should Dr. Kerby Deliveres Eloquent Address on The Great Gains Brought By the War The new era In the worM and in Canada, which must follow as a resul of the yar, was the subject of a re be staged for three days, one ot which i jn4 eloquent address in would fall on peace day, November II, church Sunday evening bj The closing night ot the carnival-] Rev. Kerby, principal ot Momv was the biggest night of Ihe three In n0yai CoilogB, .Calgary. Dr. Kerby The crowd numbered hcl.i the rank of major during the dayi around tlo thousand mark, and the Of recruiting, and has bren no'.ed fo, good, Inn was every-ihla efforts along these lines. Yester where shown. Dancing was over at day mon-.lng ha on the war am 160, and the crowd began to break KS results, and he continued tho dis p. The last halt-hour was as llvely j'a Xetv Year's Eve In Ihe restaurant istrlct of New York.' One o) Ihe features ot the evening wts the return home of-Maggie, other- wise. Mrs. Jlggs. Maggie had been absent during the first two nights ot he carnival, and Father had a grand old time at Dinly's. But on Satur- day JIaggie arrived on ths ficene -Kith.-her rolling pin. She car- led the money, and want- course In the evening when he men tloned one of the gains that had torn or sent postpaid b> I'ruit-i-iives Limited, Ottaivi For Splendid Assistance Render ed 'Tribute From lirig.-Gen. Hoare somebody els p. Joke'all round. Another feature ot the evening was ffere presenting themselves, was un- tbe raffle for the Victory a name or place in the Canad- by the Big Sister's class. This went tan democracy, to Chas. Carberry. The victory of the ideals ot the at Sheriff 51. Young, who has bee chairman of the recruiting comniitte for Lethbri'dge and district for th lioyal Air force, has receive pleasing letter ot lhanks from Brig (Jen. lioare for the services of hirn sell and those who aided him in ti various communities. The sheri pint of Service and Sacrifice Greatest Gain, Says A. Buchanan at Forum Declaring that ihe spirit ot service nd sacrifice engendered during the was tiie greatest lesson which ould be carried Into limes of peace, A. Buchanan, the win- er parish- of Poruui lectures on Sunday fteruoon at Starlaud theatre In un ddress on "Devices, methods and les- ons of tho war which can be used In. tines of .peace." About 75 were resent for Iho opening lecture. udlcatlons are that lively tjmes vlll be had during the wlulrr sffiisou, N'ext Suuday Dr. Couybeari) will bo he speaker und at Iho same -lueellng he officers for Iho year will he elected. 5lr. Fllmer presided at Sunday's meet- ng. Buchanan In dealing with his Tho people (Us would'Ijayo that In.future Ihslr, viorkers are.' h'oused lieallji in) dotlrlal to bo avaldcd: Two or lh.reB matters directly af- fecting Western Canada.weVo touch- ed on. Mr. Uuchaniin'eutg'ested (hut moro community Is needed in tho rural, districts, it (he west Is-to hold people oil (ho land, nnd wentlou- ed thafih.e Froscli farmers, living In villages niar farm> could have community .Intercourse, were a very coulo'nteJ railways affording easy means of Irausportallon nre an out- come ot tlio war and might'well be in-, (reduced- In -Western Canada. Ho'Bag- gested that one might be built from Mhs Kivfi1 east to cor.a-ct UP a largo conliuunlty tliere. Scleullflc re- search lo eave waslo Is also needed now as much as behind Iho lines dur- ing tho war. Mr. Duchanan :0so touched briefly era woris uVesV U At a fleeting of the Ihcatro man ogora and employees ot the city, !t Swan ilecjilcj Jo form uu association to Ijo Tlitf following eo.. Vlemingj vice prcs.; S.' secretary; NV (reaGurcr; J. P. Alexandra, Sgl.-al-arms. All tho cities In Iho Province uro prganUing, anil Is Cijietlfid that in HID near future they will all affiliate Tho main discussion was oil tlie closing ot 'tlie Ihealres during tlto 'flu obliterate anil on a census being taken on economic problems sueh as It was found that- theatres vvero rattle for" Kirkby's monster j lies, said Dr. ICerby, was one ot this'opportunity to thank his cika was also staged. The lucky num- i greatest gains pi the war.- The liber-' splendid work they her was 9S, and the person holding of Europe from autocracy hart ]iaye done The lfettCT from Brig.- subject told how the, railroads hail been by the government in the L'. S. as a war t.iuie measure aud know why what was best lit war should not be lest In peace. He told ot the.advance In staling that airplanes and baloons are already being used (or passenger trat- carrying mails, Rlectioueering and beTrtg used for forest and sea protec- tion. Tho governments of Canada, ihe U. S., Great Britain ami other-al- lied countries rte huildms ships, so that the world has now the Greatest shipbuilding facilities in history. The convoy system of shipping has been Introduced by the war, and a continua- tion' in times of peace would save sea disasters. Dealing with'iuiiustrlal development he told c! the government community at Gretna Green, England, where there were 11000 workers Ma a model town erected by the government during the war. Community welfare was the main objects In this war city. lions between labor and ernment control .of food i'.nd fue! !o prevent proDteerinu, control of prof- its, and. tho need tor belter public heallh _ Those who spoke- In (lie debate fol- lowing were K. Jlarrownian, llr. Kil- mer, Symonds and Dr. hovering. cfiecled coinprlsiiig-UO employe The ilealh .on- morning Gait-HosplUV'frpui'brain trouble of Mullfern, 88 ye'ara. Deceased liad not well all (luring'Ih'e summer and critically 111 for BOtiio weeks prior to death. Tlie late Mr. canio to Lelh- bridge about, ton years ago nndra, Onl. He .was engaged ;Jn tho taml several Member of lap'firm of DewBley ami Miilhern. During" tho past couple ol years he has been salesman for (ho liaallm Motor Co predeceased him by tbren years. were no. children in tho family, Tlie funeral arrangements have not yet been made. Ills brother who cauw Iho late llr. MiiUiern SecaniB critically ill conlracled the-'influenza and is now very 111 In the with pneumonia, so that friends aro looking after Hie funeral which are In charge- ot MaeKay and Bell. Ihmt ticket may Ins John Dow- let IBS cake b? ;sa been accomplished. And what a Koare follows: bade had been witnessed. Thrones A monster auction sale, with Presi- had loitered, kings had abdicated, and dnt Baalim winding the hammer, tiere had gone up to heaven the great "as tie grand finale, and the booths j cry of the common people freed of reared out in! shoit lorde, i their shackles, and crying out for their DUaly Moore didn't hold an auction Mle.'hut Issued free drinks lo JIggs his friends. -Financially the carnival was a huge the Rotary Club will "Eut a nice balance'left star paying I power. eipensss of the Christmas tree. This money will be used in. com- God-glven rights. While chaos aud anarchy-reigned In many states, he felt that there was coming out of it all the glad new day when the divine: Everything was done for the health, physical welfare and amusement of the people. It was a-model community.- fight V.- demands strong women and robust children. Wisdom suggests that every proper means of safeguard- ing the vital forces and building up of resistance, be utilized. scorn EMULSION affords definite help to those vrho are "fighting to win" against the-inroads o! weakness. abundant in tonic- C3ni huilds up AW Scot'l t BbwBC.Toroato, OgU 1S-M Buy Your Festoons Lamps Now I iliefore our supply "is exhausted, as we only have a limited- supply luft. _ We have a nice selection of Dining Koom Domes, Come early and make your selection. A smalldcposll wilMiold them for a week; Wo are also contractors' for the electrical Installation In ths Cardslon Temple, which Is costing over one million dollars, aui there belter electrical installation In Canada.-.' STAR ELECTRIC GO. LET US DO YOUR WIRING, 409 FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1332 t Jhe people would be the _Jty service, so that tho club may expected to do much good in 'different channels during the corning Altogether U. S. and Great Britain. 'Another oi the great gains had been the new sense solidarity be- tween the English speaking races. A i Sherifi M. Young, Esq.., Chairman. Sub-committee, Lethbridge, Alber.ta. Dear Sir: I have been constantly informed by my officers in charge-of recruiting of Ihe sterling service you have ren- dered In connection with the recruit- ing for the Hoyal Air Force In Can- ada. I wish to lake this 'opportunity of thanking you for your aid and con- gratulating you upbf the.splendid rf _ _________ ____ _ new sense, of comradeship between unli, recruiting suits achieved through yojir eftorts. wish also to say that it was not year. club are Ealtofied hard wori, for theAknow general pnbhc and tha ilddiss safisded committees Canada r the Ambers oi the Canada, (he .United States: and Great. were organjzed throughout Cana, fd with the result ot Britain had been bom ot the fight for f that a supply of cadets w: the! one great'common pnrpcse. The peo-1 ensurell onij lBj success of our. et pla ot the niiited Slates realized Inat forL, jn establishing training.guaran LIBEL SUIT action for libel was on the Quehec Telegraph on Saturday- by Peler French, attorney, acttag for William chief ut the In penal mnnllions board here The plainllK allege! reflection! on'bis repntetlon- in 4 articles publiihed In the Telf'grapu In Seplem- berlart. teed. You will be interested to know Ilia we have sent overseas pilots their lore of came from the old British constitution. Another great gain had. been the discovery ot the new power of woman-i we 552 in Canada wh speaker eloquently toH ot hlTe their training.. Thes Oman's great part In the war, and'of jjgures arfi considered very re'nrark w sho lad now been elevated to jn sponsibilitie! side by side with. man. 18 war would not hive been won tttout the power and Influence of Spanish Flo" Kidneyi will vtrmgthai those and them to tiwr ferur ctata of it Sold Kvtryvktr ceati tax ovAi. Dsco 50 I.TD. Torgnlc. OmL mvm m n eras, FEW e women, and no department ot life 33 complete without the Innnenee, iwer. sympathy and intuition of oraankind. Free The Holy City Another gain had come In.Uie atnre of the fulfilment ot a prophecy, .en General AUenby's victorious had marched' into Jerusalem. Yours Very..sincerely, (Signed) C. HOAHE, Brig.-Gen., commanding H.A.F.. Canada Toronto, Dec. 1918. The following are the members o the committee who have assisted i the work of. recruiting for the Roy Air Force in what -was known as th Letnbridge district: Young, J. Russe Oliver, Mi33 M. A. sten X. Morrison. B. Brown. Matkin. 'T. Leather.. Pincher U Rhodes. II. Walker. T. West lake.- nd had torn .the Crescent down and i aised the Cross, a prophecy had been Venaliles. ulBlied a new been born for M. Carter. IB Jewlsn race, which were now bout to come into their own. The ewish-race had .contributed perhaps ,ore than any other race to the pro- ress of hnmanlty. Notwithstanding heir persecution through the ages, hey had kept aglow the flame of their hoots and desires and they were now about to see thejnlnlment ot these. Canada's new. sense ot responaibu- ly had .been another great sain. Can- da had been asept out fnto the tide of world life, and had gained a new eenie a! her destiny. s. Greitnt Gain But our greatest gain, said Dr Kerby hid been, he believed, a gain which would prove Canada's greatest asset, was tbe memory of the -brave spirits who would never come nack (rom the battlefields. We mast novel lose sight of what these brave men had fought and given their lives for Their memories would aid us In bear Ing Ihese great ideas In mina, in tbe periods ot reconstruction that were a hand. Special music was rendered at..bol. services by the choir under, direction ot Claude Hnghei., The All-Year Gift for M The Family !i i'assenger on Kev. 3Ir. Burns Says Farewell Tong If Coitxi, Stsmach, Liver Bo'wcla. TVit't' scold jonr peeviih child. See if toncue li cottcd; Ibis It a sve Itc little itomach, liver cloned with sour OF I Wben HjtleM, feverish, full of' bmtb bad, throat sore, doesn't! or act bus stonv Gapt. the Itev; A. II. Uenoon, pas- tor ot Knoi church, who has been overseas in chaplaincy service years, will reach home to- wards tlie end of the week, .having been a passenger on ihe I ier Olym- pic which docked at Hilifax Satur- day morning. was received by the family this morning from Truro. X.S., where Catit. Uenoon Is staying for a few flays frtbr lo proceeding west Cant. Penoon Joined the' Ixlhhridge Highlanders as chaplain in 1916, and went overseas 'with them that fall. He has been'doing chaplaincy'work There very little business be- in France and ever since, foro the city council at Its regolar and has won high admiration of the meeting this morning.' A letter was military leaders. _ received from W. J. asking During his Rev. W. P. for details of the housing planr and Burns has been acting pastor of the ihe council will write Mr. Williams church. During the .'conrse of bis ad- nnt Ar -iir, vnn stating that the provincial government dress at Knoi yesterday morning and has been asked for full delalls which evening Rev. took aceo- Is haraleM bc publicity in the press sion'tD say .a few farewell words to adMche, t- texpoorttnl of In a few all the foul spnr bile termeutinj PMM9 out of the bowels ind you tatn well rea this harmless _ ia< mothers can rest easy sfler HvW H, ixriu'x, it never fails to nike their little "tnsides" clean and It turfy, little gtr- todft? e Etck child toniorraT, M tie gnialae. Aak roar Hr of Sjrtp a gntai there w surely by the -Rs Sjrap Company' iritt an; oiher when received. fthe congregation. He drew, altenllon The .commissioners are busy clean- to the fact that though he had como up the work of the year and can- as a temporary relief for the in a preliminary way the paslorale, yet he had remained with estimates for 101S. This, and a con- the congregation for two year-a and alderation of tax main business before them' their departmental duUes. is the a half, a term which he said vas outside a'rnosl equal to the average pastorale of a minister-in a western congr'ga- jtion. He referred with feeling to the -----WANTS THIS MINE [many he" Rid eslahlWied SYDNEY, NT. S.. Dee. is elat-'during his slay in Ihe city, and how ed the Dominion Coal Com-! he had enjoyed his work as pastor pahy has' made a formal offer to Knfil of the church. H is Mr. liurna' in- Conlrolier Masralh lo or pur- tention to retui-n to the east and to lae Florence mine of the Nova take a charge In t'n'c maritime prov- manufacturer has aflatt, tht ".ill-in-one" Phonooraph'that Is ntw BRUNSWICK raslhou- of Repro- 'ducind is the Final-and Supreme Sensation. Thii "ULTONA" reproducer revolutionizes ancient frees the phonograph and old style talkina machine from all their admitted handicaps. The'-UUTONA amazingly simple the wonder of that some l hVfe'Tia' hear-only on the BRUNSWICK; 'which his already met with such phenomenal success that the old style "standard" type t.-.lking machine peoplextiave their backs to-the wall. k Acoustics of Every Style Record Solved The ULTONA, coupled with the BRUNSWICK all-' wood throat au.d sound chamber, solves the gravest problems of tone palues arc nc-'A- filven a naltiralness hilherto nnattalned. And it plays all and every record according to its "exact proper diaphragm Is the exact'-needle.'lhe exact weight. 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