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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAfflB IQMMtt THE LETHBItlDGE HKHALi DECEMBER 1018 01 WILL ING 10 PAY tettlemant has not yet been reach Hare to Bear Entire Cmt of Ktnergcnry Hospital Provincial government is ap parently not wllltng to pay thehare Of the of operating the Rency influonzn hospital that it intimated at first ft would be willing The cost of the operation of the when all details are made expected to run the 14000 It may develop that the city will be burdened irlth this whole Wttnt would appear to be the short est meeting of the city council on to De medical health record was staged this morn Ing in the council Mardie ami I I Itll 111 I XKKKIL returned Kdmonton to were IDEALS OF LIFE Rev Hugh who Is In charge of the child wolfrfre work in Western was the speaker at the United church and Wesley church At United church in the speaking along general lines of civic life and moral Dobson emphasized several em phasized tlie symbolism of the Union which bore n cross embedded SMAlLWrMENT Only of Current TMM Btim ReceiTtd to interviewing the provincial j ccmmlwiorffer Fwemini8 takng rf htmrfl of Health in he and shift at the power plant to the This symbolized tbo spirit a rut her 111 slon of the coim insntisfactory illness of s couplo ot Duff la In purpose imbedded in white the essential of true Canadian Whftn the emergency hospital i The Herald reponer rmJ the emplmslieil also the necessity ot fced It was intimated by the prorin1 There verp no iommunlcatlons and pronlems of l government that It would bear i two resolutions wore one con1 The greatest boast of a oily MK of expense of the Hospital up ifinniiiiir of the last was the kind of people it to a certain understood to ing and one for This is Speaking to the Dob DC the holiday season at the city i son emphasized the value of coopera interviewed the government and Its effect was plainly seen in the i tivt llla in developing a spirit ol frat this they at first Hack of business before the Bood fellowship arfil in He to pay only and finally j i veloping capacity for quick to pay something like I j At Wesley Church did not satisfy Do j There are three women candidates Rev Hugh Dobson of Reglna chose irho told the provincial board that definitely in the field for school trus1 as njs last evening in Wesley LeUibrldge expected them to pay at least 11500 on the cost of the ttes in the coming municipal elections at Overcoats and Ulsters NOW the time to pick out the Overcoat or Ulster that you are going to wear during thevery cold We are ready to show you the new styles in fine imported Irish and Scotch Cloths and the best of the Canadian We have these attractive Overcoats and Ulsters from to with Fur up to McKELVIE LETHBRIDGE IMPORTED SILKS We have just received a large shipment of Im ported Japanese and Chinese which make very Christmas and will also save you SILK WASH EACH SILK HAND BAGS FROM TO SILK TABLE EACH SILK SLIPPERS FROM TO PAIR FANCY SILK HANDKERCHIEFS 2 5c TO 85c SILK SCARFS FROM TO FANCY BY THE 65c TO LADIES SILK ALL TO PAIR MENS SILK 85c PAIR A big stock of Christmas Toys at a special cut of 10 per on all A large assortment of Greeting to Club Special box of 90c Christmas 36 in atsOc CANDY SPECIALS Fancy Mixed from 25c to 35c Chocolates In at 53c Chocolates In fancy boxes at from 35c to Chinese halfpound 45c 2 for RING WO FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY PHONE 197 ORIENTAL SILKS AND FANCY GOODS 320 13TH The Pence Task and the New j He opened his talk by showing j how nil people are brothers ttnd sis j and have come from five years of hard difficult problems anil and since then epidemic and up to this pres 1 ent Christmas and never was there a Christmas with more real Jiope springing up along the lines of One of the most peculiar things about said was that the more chaotic things the more hope sprang So it is that in real the more human life Is trampled the more real Hie springs Dobson went on to say that the war is one of justice and freedom and that war is not yet for we have not yet world freedom and The peace task the continua tion of the working out in all systems of those things which will promote jus tice and Dobson then went on to quote from President Wil David LloydGeorge and John with their broad ideas of The comfort our soldiers seek is to nee that for which they fought fulfilledi justice and These things bring comfort to human in the sense of brotherhood for to to to lovs and to worship Dobson then went on to show that reconstruction was a wide It must be seen to that those who come back are given vocational training and that they may be given work to do that they are able to and which they can do as well or bet ter enabling them to support their families Indifference to human life is more dis astrous than war and our present large losses from preventable causes must be attended There are also many problems in the educational Dobson concluded by reminding his hearers that we must remember that God is living today and thank him for what he is doing The following music was very ac ceptably rendered yesterday at Wes ley and in Want Wesley Quartet In Excelsis i Sing Mer rily Stubbs See Amid the Winters Snow Com fort My Every Valley Shall Be by Sumner Night Holy Night by Wesley Male ot the of 1918 taxes have been paid Into the city according to state ment leaned by Mayor lianfto on Sat urday Less than of the ot tour years have been 1 dont know how tho people figure out we finance the Mild the in discussing the have 1918 tasea yet to and I dont know where tt coming The taxes collected to Ttflretnuer are shown by Drears as follows 1314 arrears 1915 arrears 1916 arrears 1917 1918 tases NEW PRESIDENT TAKES THE OATH president of the Czecho slovak took the oath of of flee as president today in the diet President who reached here from America by way of presented on his arrival with an address by Premier Kramarz in the name of the first free govern ment of the CiechoSlovak The presidents oath on assuming office was as I promise as president of the CzechoSlovak state on my honor and conscience that I will care for the wel fare of the republic and its people and respect its RESUME SERVICE WINNIPEG was an nounced at the offices of the Canadian Pacific Ocean Services that their Pac ific steamship service between Van Japan and China will be re sumed by the Empress of Asia and Empress of sailing from Van couver 20 and March respect Youll Find It Easy To Select A Use ful Gift In This Store THIS CHRISTMAS May we suggest thai you select for articles of lasting the recipient might otherwise need to In normal gifts that are meraly luxuries are in keeping with the Christinas until normal conditions follow peace vthey are SUITS DRESSING GOWNS BATH ROBES SMOKING JACKETS NECKWEAR HANDKERCHIEFS UNDERWEAR SWEATERS SWEATER COATS OVERCOAT GLOVES MUFFLERS HOSIERY SHIRTS PYJAMAS HATS SHOES FURLINED GLOVES SILK PYJAMAS SILK SHIRTS TRAVELING GARTERS SUSPENDERS ARMBANDS BELTS CUFF BUTTONS LOUIS KEEL 31S Fiftk South Home of Hart Schaf fner Marx and Fashion Craft Clothes and The Florshcim Have Not Had Much Encour agement Front in De mand for Compensation i The theatre men of the clly are not very optimistic over the chance of being recompensed by the provincial government for their actual losses in expenses during the eight weeks they were under the ban ol the influenia The theatre men are auk ins that thuy get enough to cover at least their standing expenses during that and are being backed up in this request by iho local board of They believe that all the the atre men of thfi province who were shut down Kliouki be no the provincial govern ment seems rather cold to the pro A delegation cC theatre men will go uortn this it IH expect to interview the government au thorities on the We feel wu have been discriminated say the theatre pool halls and such like were not forced to close but we md otw living thus cut We feel that gov ernment is taking enough in theatre taxes to give us soinu help along these SURVEY NORTH POLE HY AIRPLANE NOW NEW expedi tion to be led by Robert Bart lett will be sent to the polar regions June to survey the North Polo by according to an announce ment here tonight by the Aero Club of The it was was conceived by Admiral discov erer of the pole MUSICS HERA LD OF JOY THAT ail opportunity this year fl yours 1 AH the waiting eager to be admitted to your home to furnish joy for you and yours on Christmas Day and through tht days to Great masters of the the bow and wistful instruments in to do your Leaders of worldfamous orchestras and with batons asking only your assent to 611 your home with surging wares of glorious The mighty host of afl the worlds bait singers standing at your and only waiting your behest to enter and poor forth the beauty that is theirs for you and The AEOLIANVQCALION Greatest of Phonographs Should be in Your Home This Christmas AeolianVocation is great but it is more as that iaatrumeat has are this aire beyond At baa beta asU b than pot eailnmt the invention of tks Gradi second in imnortsaoa only to the original invention tae graph All than taitu a paoi hitherto been With the extraordinary equipment in personnel and machinery for production which the Aeolian Company as the largest manufacturers ofmusical instrument in the success in improving on existing phonographs was Even such an was not the limit of what The Aeolian Coraoany accomplished in producing the Aeolian For in its revolutionary is offered for the first time in a phonograph the means for Artiitic ToneControl1 Aa everyone expression is the apirit of The technique of singing or playing is only the means through which expression is Without expression music loses most of its value and almost wholly iu as rendered by the ordinary reprciuces expression as wall as it ia varia THE IS MADE IN A VAJUCTY OP MODEU PRICED PROM UPWARDS AND UP WITH BEAUTIFUL ART AND PERIOD MODCU PROM IMO Tfcis owners lions due to aBomentary iaspiratioi accounts largely for the iaditfaresMe aMe eventually come to feei for even tkair The value of the Graduate U giving additional 1Mb to recorae and keeping them freak ia and the fascination of eaeroising Another moat important advantage paesassed by the Vocation lieain the will plsj VlUbi of Atuilimry feafav Many oUiar of minor value important ia tkafr have been worked eut in tw Among ara aa Autoaaatio Slop of great slautlicity aa entirely satisfactory electric bat WILLIS PIANO MANAOIH HULL I II i ;