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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta J- MONDAY^ NOVEMBER, 11, THE LETHBRlDGiK UAJi.t HEHAjr^D ILADI PHONE 1JU4  >  PEACE, * �� '�,�� Till each man And his own in airmen's good, And all men work In noble brotherhood, Breaking their mailed fleets and arm- ed':towers, . ........, _______ And ruling by obeying nature's powers. And gathering all the traits' ot earth and crown'd with all her flowers. 1 � -Tennyson, w   PERSONAL � � �  -LONG-YATES iRed Deer Advocate: Dr. Long will seceivcf the congratulations .of many (Friends on his marriage at.thm Methodist parsonage on Wednesday evening i>7 Rev. G. D. Armstrong, to Miss Hazel F. Yates, of Orangeville, Ont.;. who\| liad been teaching at Penhold and had I ' ibecomo very popular with the people with the people there. The bride was ' beautifully' attired in> a euit ot blue gabardine, and hat to match trimmed with'blue beaver, and was'accompan-.led by Miss Annie White; the grooms-i man was Capt. Coursler, of Hevel-stoke, B.'O. After the ceremony a dainty wedding dinner was served at , the home of the bridal couple, the .{able and house being decorated for the occaalbn with camationa and '(tuunM. During the dinner wires of '�on�atuIatlon were received from ' frieflda in the east. The guests, be ' aides tlie bridal party, were Mrs. Jas. ILong, mother of the groom, and Dr. , and Mrs. MaoCrostie, Dr. and Mrs. 'ILong will dispense with a wedding ; Arlp for the present, and' have their I home In Rev. Dr. Huestla' former residence, Third Avenue, Bast.   * �  ? ? o * ?  �  � WAR AND THE SUGAR \ild not do iny. hdafl*-work, was neilraul and cdtild itbt lla down it night 1 took treatments fromaiAiysiciivbat they did odthelp me. My Aunt recom-mended Lydia E. Pinkhanils Veg^. table Cbilnpound, I tried it inl. BofT I, am stning, and well ,4Bainf^dsinybwn work and I/give . . ' - LydlB E. PInkFam's V�jr�table Compound the credit" -Mrs. JOBBPHINB KIJIBL8, 985 West Rave St; Portland, Iad> Thousands of American women giva this famoqs:wotind Vietory i^tehration..: Howeve^^ Saturday's returns, $17,750, weV^Highly >afl^acte>y^ brinaing the total to^t77e,M0. With a return to husiness tomorrow, and with. thil:..oanvassera^ more determined ;than>, ever to make a ehewing ;wttioh would show, that the bfe Mwe le appre> elated, Chairman Baalim expeete to go welt ever the^fiMXWQ mark tomorrow. He le determined vto : reaehv�MO,000' thlsl wkekji .'lOo get outiind boost.' and wbat not In their toffees and candies^ Thenext fitep-musf.come in the home. ^'When the 4oiiBel*rife does as well in limiting her. sugar, the problem will end. It is a matter ot loyalty. ' -Canada Food Board. (From the Hen^ld's Baily Morning . Bxtras.). 1^ King^Ludwlg. of^B^TWla and King Frederick August tcaiiuoay abdicated along wlQi Kaiser WitHelm, accord,Vienna,' thit Poland has asinmed^doTelriliBtr over Galioia. 4teh from pc^pinbigen. * Prince MaximlllaBi in a speech declared that Oermaoy had won a victory over itself and Its belief that right is might. OermiiQ troojps haTe,',erossed.the Aus-trisn frentler'into'Tyn)! and Salsburg. SIssen, location pi KrvpP worsts, IS in the bands of RoTOliitioni^ries. Lieut,' Vmt Krupp Bowles and wife have been ^arrfsted.,/ RevolutloiMHrteB haVe''ordered the: removal ot. Cpokadof Md BagleS' on the helmets of soldiers and -the wearing ot tb� IroB Cross has be^u pro-hlblte*, ' ' The Workwen'i^ and Soldiers Council declares their>ata la.ti, trae sqpial republic and its cbl^f/iaak pl^ce. Influenza tn the Coloiiy Near Gardston - Victory Loan Caiiiipaign Progrc^es ; � (From Our Pwn CorresponaBnt) (Jardston,' I^or. Si-r-Cardston was shocked yesterday to learn of., tho -deathi;^t.,Mrr.?l�uMeete]rSO&-, ^cbwo thousand and it .the outlying districts do as well, according to population. We shall go/'over the top" in good style by. the end of next week. So far Kimball, with Mr.' T. Bi Low pushing as always, has succeeded in keeping the, lead of the country^ districts. Glenwood Is making a strong record .with Mr. Geo. L. Strtngan In charge. The jioor crops are hampering the farms, but despite these,conditions many kre doing their utmost. Mr. B.^.F. Church- started- off 'the Sal^y dlstrfct today with an application for $1300 in bonds, and the Raley finnera are known for their liberal oontributlons to all{ wa,r funds, so they can be depended on for a good Victory Loan siibicrlption In ^that district. Thiej^e iu'e always some slackers and the jreneral committee here' are planning a apecial campaign for seeing all those who have turned down the regular Danvassers in. each district. New houses are still being built in Cardston, Mr. Geo, A. Duce who recen^ ly sold his extensive holdings atBeaz-er>^ to Mr; R. W. Bradahaw, ofMa-grath, is building a fine new bungalow that is now/'roofed .1^, between 'the residence of J. C. Canodn und Dr. H; B, Stacpoole. Mr. Gerald S. Brcwii is rushing hla new residence along also and is building near his brofher, Major H/B. Brown who purchased jh^ Oakier home. �.�7.. .,The OaimcroBB garage' has .recently changed hands, Messrs, 'T. Wm. Duce and Oeo. A. Duce being the pur-ohasers-at a figure around ten thousand dollars, though the exact amount could not be learped. It ia reported that Mr, and Mrs. A. D. Gaimcrosg-wiU go to the ctNKt for the mW*''' ' PJALYSIS "Froit-artivis" Quickly Relieved This Chronic Trouble 889 CAaasAiN Siasnr, Montrral. "In my opinion, no other medicine is 80 curative for Con,stipiition and Indifrestion as 'Fruit-a-tivcs'. ,Iwa3 a sufferer from those complaints for- five , years, and my sedentary occupation, Music, brouglit about a kind of IntesHnal Paralysis : with nasty Headaches, belching gas, drowsiness after eating, and pain in the back. I was inducedto try 'li^ruit-a-tives' and now for six inonths I have been eAtii-ely well". A. EOSENBURG. 50e. abox, 6 for $2.60, trial size 25e. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Otta-n-a. USAiS PARADE THE STREETS AND CELEBRATE TONIGHT'S PROGRAM On Chautauqua lot, opposite City HsU. , . Fire works :provlded by the city. V Monster bonft>o. Torchlight parade following. Big open-air dance for Red Cross In front of City Hall. 7 Ottawa, Nov. 8.-It Is offlc- > lally announced that Dr. .T. G. ? Rutherford, superintendent of ? agrlcniture and animal Indus- > try of the C.P;R., has been ap- ? pointed to the Railway Commia- ? slon succeeding D'Aroy Scott.. ? S, y. McLean lias been ve-ap-pointeil to the board. ' Canadians are today asked to loan for Vic- : tory, to loan for Continued Prosperity, to loan ' /� for Progress la tltae of peace. They can-do this through the purchase of Victory Bonds. Tt is every one's fluty to buy Victory Bonds to the full extent ot bis ability. That is the civilian'^ part. It is the only, way he can recompense those who have fought his battles. The security offered is Canada. Stake your all*on CanadaV ' Buy Victory Bonds This space donated tor Oie winning of t|ie war by THE PROCTOR AND GAMBLE MANUFACTURING CO. .HAMILTON, CANADA Makers of Itory Soap, Gold Soap, Crlsco. Unrestrained joy was written on every face. After the Thanksgiving service the crowd called for "Jlnl'e Britannia,". "The Star-Spangled Banner," and' the "Marseillalso'." The C. P. R. employees are having another holiday. This time they are celebrating It with a vengeance. Get in the torchlight parade tonight. �Bring a torch. tt was a parade unique in history, Everyone^was masked but that didn't datppen anyone's, ardor. The only troiible was that th^ ^asks covered up the universal broad smile. liieut. Clarence V. ("Cal.") Lawrence, son ot ex-Mayor C&ivin and Mrs, Lawrence, formerly of St. Thomas and now of Ottawa,- diedrin" Folkestone, Bng., after a short iUuesB ot Spanish Influenza. He" was-only recently married to Miss Pinfold, a SL Thomas THE LAU We give below some extracts from an �ldtrertisecnent used in a co-operative way by the Laundry^ owners of Washington, D,C, ^d Baltimore, Md. We are reproducing a pb^tipn of thi?."Ad." in the hope that our patrons will see the importance of it and kindly cooperate with; US in carrying out sonie of-the plan set forth herein Changes in Laundry Business MADE NECkSSAR^ IN ORDER . TO CO-OPERATE WITH THE i WAR PROGRAM OF THE WAR INDUSTRIES ^ARD All duplication of effort must be eliminated. Conservation ot labor and coal will have to meet Government requirememv The next draft win undoubtedly, leave. the labor situation In a far .worse condition tliofi.at present. V , . � � / ; . .\ Under these conditions it is necessary to make radical changes in the.enflre system of handling laundry work, and it is hoped tiie public will heairtlly cooperate during these abnormal times. V ONE CALL A WEEK  , � v. Only one call can be niade on a customer each: week. If customer is not home or laundry not ready when driver cills, no return call can be made until the.same day the following iveok. �: - . - HAVE LAUNDRY PACKAGES hEAOY . Patrons must have laundry i)ackage8 ready-when driver.calls, as he wUl' not be permitted to wait. The public may be interested in knowing that 3B'per < cent. Ota laundry driver's time will be saved by strl