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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBMDGE..^DAILY HEIUtP . MONDAY, OECEMPEfi 16; 1018 IHE BIG CARNIVAL "^TTho big Botary Carnival is over, ti;d the.^est Indication tbat it 'n-as a �acnster - t^! coT^s^ cake Kk-as also staged. The lucky uum- greatest gains of the war. . The liber-�'^^^f,."i^,%�fP�'^"�^^^^^ Iber was 98, and the person holding *tioa of Europe from autocracy had : ^P^!""^^^^^^^^ that tifcket may s!et the cake by see- been accomplfshed. And what a de-1 ' ^r^l' f ^ �^ tog John.Dow. . bade had been witnessed. Thrones HpareJoUows^ [A monster auction sale, with PresiTeIgned in many states, he .nd his friends.  . felt that there was coming out of it Financially Carnival was a huge all the glad new day when the divine laubcBM.and the Rotary Club will r'KW of the people would be the great i'have a nice balance left after paying' ppwer. jtho expenses of the Christinas tree. I ' a"** Great Britain. I This money will be used in com- jBiunlty service, so that the cliib may--------------- . be expected to do much good in m^y tween the EngUsh speaking races. A > different channels during the coming flew sense of comradeship between year. Altogether the members of the Canada, the United States and Great, ^g"* oVKanized"Th7ouehout "'Canada dttb are satiafied with the resTdt of | Britain had been bom of the fight tor; tTa?a sufficient suprtv 6f cadets^^ the hard work, for theAknow He'~"~-* .^^rr.,, nnrnn,�. The neo-1!^*L^_.f"?i^'^?.^/"P,P5j/ general V public- and .the kiddies are more Jtban; satisfied." . LIBEL SUIT Spirit of Servicevwid Sacrifice Greatest Gain^ Sayn W. A. - Buchanan at Forum -Declaring Umtth� spirit of service and eacriflce engendered during the war was the greatest lesson wb'lcb could be carried Into times of peace, W. A. Buchanan, M.P.j^pened the winter series of Forum lectures on Sunday afternoon at Starlaud thontro In ,an address on "Devices, methods and lessons of the war which Can be used In, times of.peace." About 75 were,^ - ^orketraS�eTlSo�8ed"'J^^^ ttielr lienUiiao^ed.,aft�-.rlf,-^rfl^t ^v> d-Jiatrlal unre'dt^wdii.^to'be avoided.' , Two or tlvr'eq^ inatt�!ra. directly affecting .Western OaffladavVW'ere touched on. Mr. Buchanan's^ugfeeated that moi^e' bommunlty spirit is needed lu the ruraUdistricts; if the west is-to hold people on tho Iftnd,- and mention; ed.thafihe Freacti fhrmei-r, IfVlng-in At a meeting of the theatre managers ajjd employees of the city, it -------------- .... iwas deofdedtp-fbrm an associatiou to villages near tbelc.fii''?')* >'*'^P^'*''.^^"*>"|be '-'^-i'^-'^- -m^---r oottld hav.6 coinmu'nItV Interoours.l,; were�a Very �cOnto'nted'people/liliight' railways ;,aftprdlng eas^ vandvcheajt^ means of tranisportaUon are an outcome of the" war and might well be in-� troduced In � Western Canada. He suggested that one might bg built from Milk River east to connect up a large corihnunlty there. Scientific research to save waste is also needed no.w as much as behind the lines diu> Sberilf M. Ypung, who has been chairman of the recruiting conimlttee for Lethbridge and district for the Royal Air Force, has .received a very, pleasing letter of thanks from Brig.- Gei. Hoare for the services of him- ^^'gVd'brtheeWrnment during the self and those who aided him in the r,mmnnitv welfare wai onevof present for the opening lecture, but indications are that sqinoi lively Umes will be bad during the Winter sTOSon. Next Sunday Dr. Cbnybeare will be the speaker and ait the same meeting the officers for the year will be elected. Mt. Fllmer presided, at Sunday's meet- Ms, Buchanan in dealing with his subject told how thoL railroads had been operated by the government in the V. S. as a war time measure and wanted ^ to know why what was b^t in war should not be best In peace. Hp told of the.advance In aeronautics, stating that airplanes and baloons are already being used for passenger traffic calrylng mails, �electioueering arid beihg used for forest and sea protection. The governments of Canada, the U. S., Great Britain and other-allied countries Sre building ships, s'o that the world has now the greatest shipbuilding facilities In history. The convoy system of shipping has been introduced by the war, and a continuation in times of peace would save sea disasters. .' ; Dealing with "industrial development he told of the government community at Gretna Green, England, where there were HOOO workers-in a model town Gen; Hoare follows Sheriff M. Young, Esq., Ghairmau, Sub-committee. R.A.F., Lethbridge, Alber.ta. Dear Sir: ' I have been constantly informed by my offlcei-s in charge of recruiting ~7"7~', ., ~ , t , Mr. Buchanan also touched briefly i0n; economic problems sucU as rela-' tlons between labor .and' capital, government controlxof food and fuel to prevent profiteering, cpntiol qt profits, and. the need for better public? health measures Those.,who spokei in the debate following were Jl. BaJ-rowinan, 'ilr. Fllmer, W. Symonds and Dr. Loverlng. he, kiti&T^^iifi -.1 Tb^ TA^tJibi4dgtt,,Thoat. rlckr AtloaaUjunjlThV fbllotvlfig ;^ era j�fe^^%ctiB.^^Qeo. ^Fleming, Vice-pres:; Si Cha'iipell," secretary; Ni Supina, .tceasurer.; ,J, P. Alexandra, Sgt.-at-arms. . All the cities tai Uie, Provluoe aro prganisiiig, and It is e::pect(>d that in the near future they will all affiliato provincially., i The main discussion was on the closing of Uie theatres during the 'flu epldomlcvand on la census being taken dt was found that-four theatres were effected comprising 30 employees. riMiiiiJiiiAD * The death ooourira^^' '^On-. 'Sunday morning at QaltrHospitiCV'frbni'' brain trouble of. JoIi)i>B. :Mulh'6riiiiiaged 38 y^ars. Deceased had.not bebn'iW^U all durtng'thp ^uqk'mer and w^Si^o^itloally ill for soiue Weeks'prior ttoBls! death. The late Mr. Mul^S^ncamo'vto Lethbridge abotttiten, years ago fr6m'Alex-nndra.rOnt. Il[e engaged :;|n the itand business i'for Wev^rM yei^rp-as a member of thto firm of Dowliley and Mulhern. During fthe' past couple of years.he ha^ been Dalesman for the Baalim Motor Co. His' wife predeceased him by three years. Thero* .were no. children in the family. The funeral arrangements have not yet bean made. His brother who camo wh'en the latb Mr.; Miilhem became crit(cally ill contracted the'influenza and is now very ill in the hospital with pneunionia, so that frlcnd$, aro looking after the funeral"arrati^eiiieptn which are In charge of MacJSay .and Bell. V- ;v, ^ 'V '\. The'^Nation demands s^ong men-strong women and robust i^ildhsn. Wisdom suggests that every proper means of'safeguarding the vital forces and'building up of resistance, be utiliz^. EMULSION liflords definite help to those who are "fighting to win'V against the inroads of weakness. Soatt'm, abundant in,tonic-nutrient properties, builds up the body by Nature's methods. Goott&BowncTOruiito, Oqt. 18-14 Buy Your Chri^masT[tee l^stoons & l^amps ^^ /Before our supply "is exhausted, as we only have a UmHed!' supply left. y ., We have a nice selection of Dining Room Domes, Corne early and make your selection. A small'deposTl will'liold them for a week: We are also contractors for the electrical installation in the Cardston Temple, which is coating over one million dollars, and there- is I no better electrical Installation in Canada. ' : - S3;AR ELEOTRIG CO. LET us DO YOUR WIRING. 409 FIFTH STREET SOIJTH PriONE 1332 The AU-Year Gift for All The Family QTJEBEC, Deo. 16.-A ?10,000 action for libel was served on the Quebec Telegraph on Saturday by Peter Freach; altomer. acting for William IJ. i'Mortoni chief installaUon "Engineer "of: t^e: Imperial monitions'board here. The^plaintift alleges reflections on bis proteisional reputation- in articles pubjtlbed In. the Telegraph in Septem-beraaat. . ., ' ^^Spanish FIq Leaves the Kidney* weak and ioactiTe. will Btrencthcnthese dekUiUtcd orgaivs ' aad reatora them to their famwr atatt of health. riftMUltM Sold Kvirymhtrt .1.: 50 cents a box j'Vna HATiovax, Skro ft CBEiau.t. : :. Co.'ov Casaba, X.tii. ^ Xetonto, OmL ' i l.bsks#( Tonguel If Coatsd, Clean �.'Vpttle Stomach, Liver S\iBowels. iiji.t!>)iBcold yonr fretful, peevish L^/Sse if tongue 18 coated; this Is V^TalgnaU little' stomach, Uver " sis are clogged -s^th sour 4l8tle�s,; pftio.'feverlsh, full of iatb bad; .tSroat sore, doesn't one great common iJuiyv=�'- t"-" "ensured, ana tne success . oi out et- ple-of the Ulitted States realized that j^^^g establishing tralhing-.guaran-their love of ireedom came from the j j^^^ i You will be interested, to know that ery oi xne uB�Y powpi yi. r,'^,^,^ 'while we nave 5oz m uanaaa wna The speaker eloquenUy told of jj^^g completed their training. These 1*8 great part in the war, and 'of fig^^eg considered very remark-ie had now been elevated to , ^^jjg England. old British constitution. Another great gafai had been the discovery of the new power of womankind. " ' ------ woman how she________ responsibilities side iby side with man The war would not have been won without the power and influence of the woinen, and no department of life was complete without the Influence, power, sympathy and intioitlon of womankind. - ' Free The Holy City Another great gain had come in the nature of the fulfilment of a prophecy. When General Allenby's victorious armies had marched' into Jerusalem, and had:torn the Crescent down and raised the Cross, .a prophecy had been | fulfilled and a new day been born for* the Jewish race, which were now about to come into their own. The Jewish race had contributed perhaps more than any other race to the progress of humanity. Notwithstanding their persecution through the ages, tbey had kept aglow the flame of their hopes and desires and they were now about to^ee thie^fnlfllment of these. Canada's new-dense of responsibll-Ity had .been another ;great gain. Canada had been swept out fato the tide of world life, and had gained a new sense of her destiny. Greatest Gain But our greatest gain, said Dr. Kerby, had been, he believed, a gain which would prove Canada's greatest asset, was the memory of the brave spirits who would never come back from the battlefields. We must never lose sight of what these brave men had fought and given tjielr lives for. Their memories would aid us In bearing these great Ideas in mind. In the periods of reconstruction that were at band. :.SRecial music was rendered at ,,botli services by the choir under., direction of Claude Hughes. , we have sent overseas 2,538 pilots, ' while we have 552 in Canada who England Yours very., sincerely, (Signed) C. HOARE, Brig.-Gen., commanding K.AF., Canada. Toronto, Dec. 12, 191^ The following are the^memberp of tb^ committee who have assisted In the work of recruiting for the Royal Air Force in what was known as the Lethbridge district:; > Lethbridge-M. Y'oupg, J. Russell Oliver, Miss M. A. L-averick,' Stenographer. Barons-Wm. Venables. ' Blairmore-James M. Caj-teh ' Carmangay-^A. N..McIntyre;' Coleman-X. N. Morrison. * Cardston-Major H. B. Brown. Magrath-B. Matkin. Macleod-A. T. Leather; Pincher Creek-f! L. Rhodes. Raymond-J. H. Walker. Taber-E. T. WesUake. . Was Passenger on Olympic- Rev. Mr. Burns Says Farewell Gapt. the Rev: A. H. Denoon, pas tor Of Knox church, who has. been overseas in chaplaincy service _^for ovei-. two yeaw, will reach home towards the end^of the week,.having been a pasBehg*er on the liner Olympic which docked at H^ifax Saturday morning. "S^'brd was received by the family this morning from Truro, N.S., where Ca^t. Denoon is .staying for. a few days prior to proceeding west. ' � ' � '.' ^ Capt. Denoon joined the- Lethbridge Highlanders as chaplain in 1916, and went overseas 'wf,th' them that -fall. , He has beep 'doing, chaplaincy -Work -l'Z'l^-j,.:.ir,-^\ There was very little business be- in France and "England ever since, :^�?^\,^''"' "�!*^Vtore the city council at its regular^ and has won high admiration of the ^,.lMp or act natnraUyj^has ^ A. letter was military leaders, h-acftp, indigestion, diarrhoea give! ^.^^gj^g^ ^^^^ ^ j Williams asking During his absence Rev. W. P. tOi�p�finfur,pf^ CaUfornIa Synip ot| details of the bousing plan, and Burns has been acting pastor of the ln.atewb9.ura an tne ^oai council will write Mr. Williams church. During the-conrse of his ad- |M8 i,e aour, bile ^'hd fermenting out 6f the bowels and^du playful cblld again. CMld-thiB harmless ;'frult liwa-'i^mothers: can: rest easy after because; it never iiiailsilto ir little 'psides'VdeanJtiid handy. aff6|herl^^' littte gj^r^ Ba\ea a Blek^lcUId'toponiVw; genulne;Miik:;jroar^drttggl8t mm impany.  back ,|^igS?conVenipt any other Lent tne council WUl wriLtJ im. ivmiaiAio i;jiuii;ii. yjuriu^ lui;) ;i;uju�e ui� au- statlng that the provincial government dress at Knox yesterday inorping and has been asked, for full details which evening Rev. Mr.""^Burns took acco- faion'to say a few farewell words to the congregatiori. He drew_'attention to the fact that though" he.had come only as a temporary relief for the pastorate, yet be had remained with the congregation for two years and a half, a term which, he said v,fas a>most eq'ualto tlie stverage pastorate of a minister-in a western oongrega-lion. He referred with feeling td^ the many friendships ,he;;Bad established tjiiuiMjiii, i-H. o.,,;ueu. lo.-T-ii. i� biat- during his stay in.uhe-cltyj'and how ed here/that tlie Dominion Coal Cora-1 he had enjoyed his work as pastor paii^'yiAAvatLie a. formal offer to Fuel of the church. It is Mr. Burns' in-' Controller Magrath to lease or pur- tentlon to. return to the east and to chaae^bo Florence mine of the'Nova t-ake a charge in th'c maritime prov-ScotlSt'Stegl and .Coal company. inces shortly. Will be given publicity in the press when received. The commissioners are busy cleaning, up,the work of the year and considering In a preliminary way the estimates for 1919. This, and a consideration of tax problems, Is the ma|n' business before them' outside their departmental duties. WANTS THIS MINE SiTDNEY, N, s;,,,Dec. 16.-It is stat- Here, at last, the "all-in-one" Phonooraph'that Is absolute.* ;rhe new BRUNSWICK methorf of Reproducing is the Final and Supreme Sensation. ; This "ULTONA" reproducer revolutionizes ancient 6ta.ndards-it frees the phonograph and old style talking machine from all their admitted handicaps. The" ULTONA la an amazingly shnple contrivance-and the wonder of it .is that some manufacturer has not developed it before this. ^ ' But here 1* is for you to see-and hear-only on the BRUNSWICK, .which has already met with such phenomenal success that the old style "standard" type talking machine people^ave their backs to-the .uaii '� � ." ^ Acoustics of Every Style Record Solved The ULTONA, coupled with the BRUNSWICK ail-' wood throat iin.d sound cliamber, solves the gravest problems of-, acoustics-all tone values are now given a hatilralriess hitherto unattained. And it jplays all and every record acconling to its � exact requirements. The proper Diaphragm is 'presented, the exact'neeiJle,--the exact weight. wall. Always Readyr-Nothing to Adjust TheULTON^'Js a distinctly new creation. At the - turn 't)f the haiid you adapt it to play any i-econi. It Is npt an attachinen,t--nothing-.to talfe off or put on. TJie real diamond for the Edisfln, the real sapphire for Brunswick _or Patbe, the' steel or fibre needle for othei-reco.fds always there. There is nothing like it in the. Phonograpli world today. Wo want owners of other plion-ographs.tb ccijne in and hear the Brunswick play the records they use and are familiar with. Remember, we claim that the BRUNSWICK plays ill records better. All that you can have in any phonograph, all that you can-possibly imagine that,you want, is to be found in this pre-eminent Musical Instni-inent.'*-- Find Oiii iFoF Yifiursell-<-Investigate ^lust what Is It that makes'everyone who hears the' BRUNSWICK want cno? Why have hundreds of o.wners of tlie old style talking machines traded' their instniments  in for a BR0NSWICK7.Is n.,the tone? Is it the appearance? Is it the' price? Or Is It "all-in-one"?;::. i The Camrose Piano Co: L. G: Oe Forest t----,... the Assinlboia Music Co. The Western Mup^ic Co. . W. R, McKie......... D. A. MacCrimmon..... 1 .. Camrose, Alta. Claresholm, Alta. .. Lethbridge, Alta. .... Stettler, Alta. .,. Glelchen, Alta. ..).. Jenner, Alta. Mathews Music Co. D. jrVoUng & Co. Standard Drug Co. . J.,H. Sykes........ W. D Vansickle ... G. W. Estabrooks .. ..,..... Calgary, Alta. .,...... Caigary, Alta; ...... Red-Deer, Alta. , .1 Swl^ft/Current, Sask, ...........Webb, Sask. Gull Lake, Sask. / ' SOLE CANADIAN DISTRIBUTORS: ^ , Tl^e Musical; Merchandise $alefCo.,143, Portage Ave., Winnipeg, Man. Assiniboia Music ^o. ^ Local Dealers v " Oil �v .jJ.''*. 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