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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Tfffi USTHimiDGE DAILY HEIIALD IWBnT FA THE BIG CARNIVAL MANY WERE THE LOSSESBUTGREAT HAVE BEEN GAINS Kerby Deliveres Eloquent AddrcM on The Great Gains Brought By the War The big Rotary Carnival is tind the best Indication that it was a Is the fact that everybody wants It made an annual just ins the rose carnival at Portland and Ithe Potlach at Seattle are annual The ntw erft ln world aml in in those Many sugges Canllda wnich must follow as a result Itions are being made that snouui of lhe wng the SIlbject of be staged for three one of which cjoquent address in would fall on peace November church gumlay evening by The closing night of the carnival1 principal of Mount was the biggest of the three in Royal Kerby Eerery The crowd numbered around tlie thousand and the helil the ranV of major during the of and has been noted for spirit of clean fun was everyj his efforts along these Yester Iwhere Dancing was over at and the crowd began to break The last halthour was as lively New Years Kve in the restaurant district of New One of the features of the evening I Was the return home of other day morning ho spoke on the war ami Its and he continued the dis course in the evening when he men tioned one of the gains that had komo out of the His text was For Thine is tho and the power and the iTESTil PARALYSIS FMMMhir WcKlj IWriiwI This Chronic TfflMi 589 CAMMAIX In my no other medielnt Is so enratite for ConstipatiM and Indigestion as t I was a sufferer from these eon pkints for five and mjr sedentary alxmt a kind of IntestinalParalysiif with nasty belchinf drowsiness after and pain in the I was induced to try FrnitatlTes1 iml now for six months I have been entirely a 6 for trial site At all dealers or sent postpaid by Vruitativw wise Maggie had forever and These absent during the first two nights of j words he he would like to write the and Father had a grand j upon the walls of the chamber where old time at But on Saturj peace conference was to be day night Maggie arrived on the There had been many times in the war j ecene with her rolling She carj people were wont to sny that I lied the and when Jiggs want to buy anything she handed him the money while he handed back the Of the all was right with It was a stunt caught the Quite a few Everything had been at stake in this thought they knew war that we had held Lfcnt those who were convinced that i Qur our was a certain wellknown olir man or wom now were badly an wjjo indifferent to was aomebody It a great jthg changeg that been wrought by okesall war jnj the new problems which i FORCE THANKS LESSONS OUNEO FROM GKIAT WAR Spirit of Mi Sacrifice Greatest Buchanan at Forum Declaring that the spirit of service and sacrifice engendered during the war was the greatest lesson which could be carried Into times oC the win ter series of Forum lectures on Sunday The people the speaker believed that fnMatfM would hare to see that In futnr workers afe housed In comlbrr ant thelr health looked If great In dirttrlal unrftt wal to Me avoided Two or threw matters directly af fecting Western Canada touch ed Buehanan suggested that mofe community spirit Is needed In the If the west Is to hold people on tho and mention At a meeting of tho theatre man ngers and employees of the It v i iiiv uitj ed that the Freach living In Wa8 decided to form an association to villages near their farms iue could have community were a very contented Light railways affording east and means of transportation are an out come of the war and might well he in troduced in Western He sug gested that one might be built from Milk Hlver east to connect up a Scientific re search to save waste in also needed now as much as behind tho lines dur afternoon nt Starland theatre In an address ou methods and conlmnnlty sons of the war which can bn used In times of About 75 were present for the opening but indications are that some lively times will be had during the winter Next Sunday Conybearo will be the speaker and at the same ing tho Buchanan also touched briefly on economic problems such as rela tions between labor and gov ernment control of food and fuel to Ue known Thoat rlcal The following offic ers Christianity had But God was in His Heaven and in tho truest sense the For Splendid Assistance Render ed Tribute From Hoare Sherift who lias been chairman of the recruiting committee for Lethbridge and district for the Another feature of the evening was were presenting was un ing Buchanan in dealing with his subject told how the railroads had been operated by the government in the as war time measure and know why what was best in war should not be best in He told of the advance in stating thnt airplanes and baloons are already being used for passenger traf carrying electioneering and beihg used for forest and sea protec The governments of the Great Britain and other al lied countries Are building so that the world has now tho greatest shipbuilding facilities In The convoy system of shipping has been introduced by the and a continua tion in times of peace would save sea Dealing withindustrial development he told of the government community Those who spoke in the debate fol lowing were Fil Symonds and vice secretary treasurer All tho In the Province are and It Is expected that in the near future they will all The main discussion was on the closing of the theatres during the flu epidemic and on a census being taken it was found that four theatres were effected comprising HO employees OKCEMfcER IMS MliHtRN OtAD the death occurred on morning at Oall Hospital fnwn brain trouble of AffM 38 Deceased had not bwen well all Turing the summer and WH critically 111 for some Weeks prior to The late Mulrorn came to Leth brldgo nhout ton years ago from Alex He engaged fn the land business for several jreatt as a member of thi firm of Dnwoley and During tho past couple of years he has been salesman for the Baalim Motor wife predeceased him by three There were no children In the The funeral arrangements hare not yet been His brother who camo when the late Mulhern became crltfcnlly ill contracted tho Influenru and is now very 111 In the hospital with so that friends arc looking after the funeral which are In charge of MacKajr anil Fight to Win The demands strong women and robust Wisdom suggests that every proper means of safeguard ing the vital forces and building raffle for the S50 Victory bond the Big Sisters This went to worthy a name or place in the Canad ian The victory of the ideals of the al 1 a L1J1U Ul Lltc Cl v orce has rece ivcd a at Gret Qrcen where there pleasing letter of tbanks from Hoare for the services of him self and those who aided him in the i various The sheriff to thank his were workers in a model town erected by the government during the Community welfare was one of j the main objects in this war ValHHJS The raTHe for monster lies was one of the fc this opportunity u mans uis hoim cake was also The lucky num greatest gains of the The liber for the plendid work they i Everything was done for the health ber was and the person holding atioa of Europe from autocracy had Physical welfare and amusement of the been And what a dei bade had been Thrones had kings had and that ticket may the cake by see I Ing John A monster auction with Presi dent Baalim wielding the taere had gone up to heaven the great waa the grand finale and the bootis cry of the common people freed of cleared in shoft i their and crying out for their Dinty Moore didnt hold an auction Godgiven While onaos and but Issued free drinks to Jlggs anarchy reigned in many he I his friends felt that Uiere was coming out of it he letter from Hoare follows Sheriff Dear Sir I have been constantly informed by my officers in charge of recruiting i of the sterling service you have ren dered in connection with the recruit Financially the carnival was a huge glad new day when the divine fof the Royal Air Force in physical It was a model up of be scorn EMULSION affords definite help to those who are fighting to win against the inroads of 9oottft abundant in tonic nntrient builds up the body by Natures BcoU ft 1814 Buy Your ChritaasTree Festoons Lamps Now A our supply is as we only have a limited supply We have anice selection of Dining Room Come early and make your A small deposit wilMiold them for a We are also contractors for the electrical Installation in the Cards ton which IB costing over one million and there is no better electrical installation In STAR ELECTRIC LET US DO YOUR 409 FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1332 The AllYear Gift for All The Family and Rotary club win right of the people would be the great have a nice balance left after paying power tlM expenses of the Christmas This money vill be used in inanity so that the between T wish to take this opportunity of thanking you for your aid and con gratulating you upofi the splendid suits achieved through your I wish also to say that it was not until civilian recruiting committees were organized throughout Canada channels during the coming new sense o f comradeship Altogether the members of the Canada the Lnited States and Great club are satHified with the result of Britain had been born of the fight for tha a suppiy of cadets was the hard for know the i one great common peo ensured ancl tne SUCcess of our ef ceneral public and tlie kiddies more than LIBEL SUIT pie of the United States realized that ln estabiishing training guaran their love of freedom came from the teed old British YOU will be interested to know that Another great gain had been the j we have gent overseas 2538 action for libel was served on the Quebec Telegraph on Saturday by Peter acting for William chief installation Engineer of the Imperial munitions board The plaintiff alleges reflections on his professional reputation in articles published in tne Telegraph in Septem ber discovery of the new power of we have 552 jn The speaker eloquently toW of have completed their These womans great part in the and of are considered very remark Spanish Flu Leaves the Kidneya weak and 99 KIDNlYft will atreafthea those daktlftatel aad restore them to their femur state of Soli Kriryvlttri 50 cents a box Diro ft CHEMICAL or DON1 MOTHER figures are considered very able in Yours very Signed commanding The following are tlie of the committee who have assisted in the work of recruiting for the Royal Another great gain had come in the Air Force in what was known as the nature of the fulfilment of a j district When General Allenbys victorious I Russell armies had marched into j Miss Steno and had torn the Crescent down and raised the a prophecy had been j fulfilled and a new day been born for which how she had now been elevated to responsibilities side by side with The war would not have been vcoa without the power and influence of the and no department of life was complete without the sympathy and intaitioa of The Holy City the Jewlsn which were now about to come into their The Jewish race had contributed perhaps more than any other race to the pro gress of Notwithstanding their persecution through the they had kept aglow the flame of their hopes and desires and they wwe now about to thajulfllment of Canadas newsense of responsibil ity had been another great Can ada had been swept out Into the tide of world had gained a new sense of her Greatest Gain But our greatest said had lie a gain which would prove Canadas greatest was memory of the brave spirits who would never come back from the We must never lose sight of what these brave men had fought and given lives Their memories would aid us in bear Ing these great idoas in in the periods of reconstruction that were at Special music was rendered at both Pincher AL ACHILVEME Was Passenger on Burns Says Farewell the pas tor of Knox who has been Lfcvk at TongutI If Clean Uiver Doct scold your pi if toncua is coated this IH A aure alga 1U little liver with sour bowels are clogged waaU Whan full of breath throat doesnt sleep or act baa stom give a tenepoonful of California Syrup of in a few all the foul tbe sour bile and fermenting food pasMt out of tlie bowels and you bare a well playful child Child this harmless fruit laia mothers can rest easy after it never fails to their little inaldes clean and 1NIS DEMS OF HOB PLAN 1 far sv U A little giv today a lick child few your drugfiai of Bjrrup of haa far tor nber there S9 surely the There wan very little be fore the ciiy council at its regular meeting this A letter was received from Williams asking tor details of the housing and tho council will write Williams stating that the provincial government has been asked for full details which will be given publicity in the press when The commissioners are busy clean iug up the work of the year and con sidering in a preliminary way tins eutimates for and a con sideration of tax is the main business before them outside their departmental serVlcesVthe choir under direction overseas in chaplaincy service for sen ices u over two will reach home to ot Claude wards the end of been a passenger on the liner Olym pic which docked at Halifax Satur day Word was received by j tlin family this morning from where Deuoon is staying for a few days prior to proceeding Uenoon joined theLolhbrldga Highlanders as chaplain in and went overseas with them that He has been doing chaplaincy work in France and England ever and won high admiration of the military During bis absence Burns lias been acting pastor of the During the course of his ad dress at Knox yesterday morning and evening Burns took acco nion to say a few farewell words to tbe He drew attention to the fact that though he had come only as a temporary relief for the yet be bad remained with the congregation for two yeara and a a term which lie said was almost equal to tbe average pastorate ut minister in a western fiongrtea He referred with feeling to the many friendships he had established during bis stay in the and bow WANTS THIS MINE is slat ed that the Dominion Coal lie Uad enjoyed his work an pastor pahy has made a formal offer to Fuel of the It is Burns in Controller Magralh to lease or purlention to return to thu east aud to contempt any other chafe Jiie Florence mine of tlie Nova take a charge lu tbe maritime prov f at the allinone Phonograph that U The new BRUNSWICK methoef of Repro ducing la the Final and Supreme Thia ULTONA reproducer revolutionizes ancient frees the phonograph and old style talkino machine from all their admitted The ULTONA la an amazingly simple the wonder of it is that iome manufacturer has not developed it before But here It Is for you to on the which has already met with such phenomenal success that the old style standard type machine their backs to the Always to Adjust Acoustics of Every Style Record Solved 11 i I I I I A II The ULTONA is a distinctly new At tin turn the hand you adapt it to play any It in not an to take off or put The real diamond for the the real sap phire for Brunswick or the steel or fibre needle for other records always There Is nothing like it in the Phonograph world Wo want owners of other phon ographs to in and hear the Brunswick play the records they use and aru familiar we claim that the BRUNSWICK plays all records All that you can have in any all that you can possibly Imagine that you is to lio found in this preeminent Instru The coupled with tho BRUNSWICK all wood throat and wound solves the gravest problems of tone valuer aro now given a natiiralnosK hlthurtu And it plays all and every record according to its exact The proper Diaphragm is the exact exact Find Out for Yourself Investigate what is it that mtikua everyone who lieura lhe BRUNSWICK waul ono Why have hundreds of of Iho old tityle talking machines traded their iiiKtruinoiHi for a IK it the tone In it tho In it Ihu price Or Is it all The Camrose Piano Oe Fortst The Asslnlboia Music The Muvic Altx Mathews Music Young Alta Standard Drug Red Alta Sykes D SOLE CANADIAN DISTRIBUTORS Tle Musical Merchandise Sales Portage Assiniboia Music Local Dealers i Steel tud Coal incuij ;