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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHDAY, NOVEMBER �, IMS THE LETHBWDCK PAFLV HF.HAV.D JHAtiE KlElhEN Three Quarter Million f Mark Has Been Passed � : v : : : : : : PERSONAL > I c > : :- : : > > * : o * > : > 'not he afraid to avail yourself. ..f It. Dentiitry As We Practise It Is a.Geatie Art. Drs. Brunei-, Richards & Nelson Hif h Grade American Dtattttary PHONE 363 Ott BIkM 4 Doors from Lethbridge HtteV V LETHBRIOQE,. ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-116A EIGHTH AVENUE C. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRI8TALL BLOCK. " It is new-and it is wonderful" " TN * luomem of curioaily I step-I pro in to tee sod hear this new phonograph. I had uo idea .what a ssrprist I was due (or. "The young roan who volunteered to demonstrate the Vocation tor me chose as bia first record an 'Ave Maria' played by Eufcciia Y��jc. "The notes Vocation sounded the first "'Have you ever been really thrilled by music from a phonograph ? 1 never had until thai moment. The tones the Vocalion was bringing frem the record were t.ue violin looes - none of the richness, the appealing qualities produced by the master's bow wan lost. "Record after record was played for me. 1 sat entranced, gripped by the marvelous aaturelneas.. "Then I tried the Graduola, the Vocalion erpreasion device 1 had heard so much about. 1 drew the tone to a fine pianissimo, I pressed it to its fullest volume-1 controlled the voice of the record. "The pleasure of it ?-It isn't de-scribable. You must try it yourself. "So my views on the phonograph have been completely reversed. It is new and wonderful-this phonograph, the Aeolian-Vocalton." We AEOLIAN -VOCALION � into came in and tut tjio perfection of its riyroiauionj. hrice!.. sco and up WILLIS PIANO CO. i. H. C. S. SALMON, Manager - - - HULL ^OCK -�----,--" � I i m�A *> : fuller the auspices and for tii sacred cantata and Invites all those who havo had choral experience ;-any who desire to Join, to communi cnte with him at No 410 l.tli Si A I South, or phone 1SH. * *  �> *t ; )'� On Thursday over;,,,; at �737.7ta�.'-"Oii-'Krid... 'limliVrt'to �|7BH.iino i I)on s U � t,h rBi row ri m u, Thf� 1b' exclusive u: bonil �;� 17 Victory year conversions m i. total, but Chuii'inan count them until h>-jurmissioii to do �> I ive for Southern A; f)wltiK to the |iri'v liuenza in the mil.  and No. ti the liou . lias been greatly n � day Chairman I'..:;,; mines anil wan nb;-Supt. I.ivltmr-toii cock of th'" minei cativiisa made or worliirii; In tin- nut!. is expected that H army will malic a l next week, an I po i objective be.foi(> the Saturday niclit. Other concoitis v. h honor emblem tfurln hours are tin; Scot: i  !!.-.; n:ilhi,M iii.il U, he mine Hint ilolla-- record e and in's help-'!�� marl, with l.v llie'lund. barrister, Stmtey l.umher Co. aj,d '.lie Canada Wefteru NolJlral 'lias Co ( Ten Millions, in South Cai-'ary. Alia.. Nov. -Ma 1. on. I'lmher Creek, ('laresholnt llixiriel has �one over il.s objective In ihe i lory l.oai: canipalKn nnd is now in :h>-I honor column in that connoetion alont:  ! ii* 11 nod eiiim: it had ihisdije now lio;:or Jl.nr ' Willi Crows .scst Pass districi and I Calvary City I.cihbridi;e division is jcrowdinir very dose to its objective! land the. Southern Alberta executive j ! would no: lie surprised to see it and une or two other points reach their i �'objective:; when ih! al No. :'. tor Canada of $2'.!VJ7'>.0.*.o. tlivideil as '.on � 1 ..nva;-'- follows : I M �:. I the ' ai 1 .tin:" .,vj(!, I .' � : 1 :.!!>� I'ea j c �! to I;,1 �, 1. .� ; lie nii"i v. !�;''� ; In !h w.iy it ] I .'iir:worth' j r drive in ii:.- j � I' I i'.' � > 1 (Hl.lnlll I ive  1" ;e , >||.\l .1 Ii iv' '.von an j ..... past �_!', nil C-i . 11. tl-' 1 oca Pure RicK delicious Wholesome I'MIC Tataci �b Coiuuil.ia .... il-l.:;2o,i;-,ii Mherta .......... S.Sail.f,!H' Sasltatchewan..... T.iiS.'XMmi Manitoba ........... ii'.U'JS.liio Mon'tcal .. .! |. ......... i HI.f|l>f> S.a'HI.tlOll \'mv;i hieoMa...... in. ir.ii. jr.ii )'riuie Kdward Island >:i(i,Sf.it Toronto ......... n'i.4na.4aO tintario 'outside 01 Toronto 1 ........ '�o,sss,;�:>ii Dominion total last year same period . , lM',riir.,t)00 v v Tiie news lm. readied Montreal of thn deutb of ljudy KIiik. younirest and IarI survlvi. K datiKlitcr of the late lt>v. Dr. John Jenkins, tor many years pnntor of St. I'uuI'm Presbyterian Church, Montreal. The tlaunltler who bus recently died was married in ^T.'. , to Sir Seymour KIiik. K.c I.K . of Cornwall Gardens. Loudon, Kni.land. the head of a well known Indian liaukim; firm In the City of Loudon, and a for liter member of I'urliametit.' l.ud\ King ii survived hy her brother. Mr Stuart Jenldnif, of Little Current, On-1 tnrlo, alio hy threo nephews, Mr. \V. V. 1 Kay, M.i'.. f .MJhkIk(iiii>] 1, Major 0. I-. | � Mattlce IC.itiudlan K.nititicers). and ! Mr. K. S. Matlit-f. c.K.. '>'' .Montf.il. .  V j Mrs. .1. II. Kitn. wife of the Hon. Dr. KlnK, minister of public works, spitut a short time In Vancouver 1101 long �Ki>. mi toilte to Victoria, after an expended vlult to Ka.*tern Canmla. where she accompanied Hon. Or. KIuk's father. Hon. Senator Kttiir. to bin home vlu New KniiNW U k. Mrs KlnK, on her return west, spent -ome tltne at Montreal and Ottawa, ami at WlunlpoK wan the guest of Mrs,-Coleman, wife ot .Mr. I). C. Coleman Mrs. i": It Crowe, wife of C Ii Crowe, of the llritish Kmplro iJraln coinpatiy, died ;>uddenl>' at Winnipeg Mra. Cjowr w�,� a former president of the Women's Canadian Club �   *  * FOOD BOARD FLASHES v> FOR FEMININE FOLKS > * + Do you wjant to know 101 new filings about potntofH? Then wrllu to the Canada Ifoofl Hoard for its recoutly |k-sued potato booklet, distributed free, and topleta with useful bints and care-fully te�ed recipes. Potatoes will be used a great deal during the coming winter months 'and It lit advisable to have some reliable cook book on hand to enable otic to give plenty of variety to the potato di�  . iiiK to do all 1 can to /lift tiie yoke off j the world." Me died doing all he j could on tho way to Cambrai. j Shall we do ull we can to Lift the � Yoke Ott the World because bo died at eighteen for you and me? More than anything else in - ll'e world, Canadian women tee) that those who Uavo died are the Army Which Must be Victorious. Others will come back, aud how proud and glad we shall bo to see them! lint those who will never eorae hack are the ones to whom we owe the moat. Thn woman who buys this Victory l.oan. and mukes certain that those who belong to her buy also, is taking up the _rifle of the boy that is eone Uuy up'to tho top of the ability of four home becaus,! of that Victorious ,\rmv Which Will Never Oomo Home, t&rty-five IhotiHand of our Immortals. I1011-oied, loved of some woman. their faces seen in dreams, their voices heard in every souk, the boat that Canada had to give for her uoul. Tiiensouls are marching on. lltiy this 1018 V.'ctory Loan, uacj�u�u j we car. do it for tbcra. We shtdl it*v�r/ I forget TJieiu. , - - �' ALLIED NATIONS TO SCHEME TO HELP SEND PROFESSORS! SOCIAL DEMOCRATS 1 New llavi'll. Culm N"i '.' lb-Will iMiter Into i! ia 1 c lalucit 1 mal plan as the resiili 01 the re nit visit of (he llrlHsh Xnlucatinnal nu-sion. m I'oriHiiK to a .nnivn-ity notni- today There will be ull e\i .aiiite later 011 of teachers \ I i'udent- and tin- univei s-'lty couliii: already has taken hteps to luy tin; foundation for the develop tnent of Vale uradaate school Tiie council has \otL-d aiuoiii; mln-r tluin--thal tiie i:iai|iiain .scbo.ii pri vide couri-es in In tory. -,tii;ovc!ii-ment and iitef.itMr;* of .Vpi-tica: ihai men ,repre ntiiiK the i-i.ltiin ..ii,I .'�cliolitr.-blii o! (Jreat llritai.i. i'raiue, llnl> aud o'.'.ei- i-'..iropii;iii . iiun'.rie . lie ' Ill'Otll'.hl t" Vlii' at! 1lie!'||ie| o| tile ! I'loptn'tionaif Hoprosenfation j To IU' Introduced in (Jermany j is tho Latest Proposal Id the say to J 1)1 I faculty or \ i endowment .-hips to lii dent' who . 1 - s Mi", proe-i. lie secured .1.. Ill did to Hi' 111 Vale ami Ilia rvihci !l-|i 1 a to boa i-i.ii toll, a I � tllle \- o!" . 1' line. Nov. it.-The groups toriiiiiir.' majority of (In Cermati ii-irhstaK.' 1 Berlin tnesstiKe. have nurced J ire-etit at the npprciachitiK ties.slon ; hat boil> a plan for (he di-cHon* | th'- relch -;t.!i; and to the lower! -e of the roiu'ei'.M-.iiIon of Herman! e by imiii.i1, direct, secte; ballot. : iwiiiK' tiie principle-, of proportion-1 1 epr.....ntatlon and all without dis- lmn �>l -e\ ot in j; ai;e-. ate to In A leading authority on cocoa says: "In order to have the cacao products most useful and to have the protein best appropriated, you must not take out too much fat. Hence, in my view, Baker's Cocoa (from which only the excess of oil is extracted) is an ideal food. Its Use Saves Other Foods i TRADE-MARK ON I".VERY � PACKAGE ^ Walter Baker & Co. Limited EatablLhad 1780 DOR CHESTER, MASS. MONTREAL, CAN. Ctnadt Fodd Board Licenie 11-690 at ..' I > ear; ,>]> ' ! 1 Fiat., ri'pi e-eut.ll 1011 in tile . Trom Si't II N. Taylor � i 'FLU CLAIMED HEAVY  | TOLL, TORONTO CITY Toronto, Nov. 8.-During October, 3011 deaths from Spanish influenza In Ontario were reported ti the provisional board of hsalth. The report states that this number of deaths Will fall far snort of the actual number th�t may have occurred, as a large number of returns have not been made. 'immortals. Died of Starvation Many a Belgian mother could , have these words engraved on ' her child's gravestone-"Died of Starvation". Perhaps the child has wasted away with Consumption, or has been twisted into a mockery oi happy childhood by Rickets, btit starvation is at the root of the tragedy. What else can be expecled for a growing child whose daily ration is the bowl eff soup and two pieces of bread provided by the United States loans to the Belgian Government ? The pnlyTiope for the destitute children of Belgium is that we who can afford three meals a day will be moved to pity and send help immediately. Even a small contribution will help to take some child, sinking under its load of trouble, over to Holland, wherewith good milk, nutritious food,medical care and loving treatment, he or she may regain health, strength and the wish to live. CIVE-give until you feel the pinch! Don't wait until someone atkg you personally. THIS is personal! Make chaquea payable and aend contrtbuliona to Belgian Relief Fund (Raglataraij und�r tlia War Charities Act) to your Local Committee, or to ad�u�rters 1 �9 St. Peter St., Montreal. 114 OUR OFFERINGS ON SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS ARE JUST A LITTLE BETTER TAN USUAL. COME TONIGHT AND SEE THEM. YOU WILL BE PLEASED WITH THE VALUES AND PRICES. MEN'S SOCKS Men'.-. j;iey Woo) .Socks In good weight for fall and wlntnr wear. These are a line we boiight nway back last winter. Tho ure worth at least �r>c pair. Snttirday Night Spuciul. - 1 | Alt :', pair for ............................................laVV MEN'S NECK SCARFS , li'iti only. Men's Silk Finished'Poplin . .e'e.ltscnrK. made wfth r" hemstitched ends in liliirk. Krey or white. These are worth ui least SI.no. .Saturday XIkIii Special..................... 65c MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS This is another hie special 111 pure wool Underwear, not a poor Rurmeni in tiie lot. Not all fdzon, in fact, they urn nearly all size Hi, but if this hl/.e nulls, they tire n real bargain. ValucK "JP up 10 $:i.r,o each. Saturday Night/Spfceial ....... ........ Aef v BOYS' SWEATERS :', dozen Wool I'ull-ovcr Sweaters for small boys. They come In high link atyle with colored *tripo on neck and- euffw. In -ahatluti of navy. Krey and brown. alze� 4 to S years. Worth today ,ap ll.iiii each. Saturday Nlglil Special................. LADIES' HOSE About K,o pairs in llio lot. A choice lot nt sample hose, that were lioiiKliirJo make u special of al COc. Some are plain, others are line, one and uiie. lib. All values that would sell as high as G,r>c and 75c. 'Saturday Nlftlu Special................ SILK WAISTS Ladies' Willie Tub Silk Waists, with bine snipe. Tbeao are made by a woll known winker,of high class waists. Uo.od fitting,' new collar which may be 'worn cloap titling ov turned down; � AA nil sizes Itbgular T7. Saturday Night Special ...... Dell" 40c SALE OF COATS AND TONIGHT OPEN TILL 9.00 P.M. f ;