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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1018 THE LETHBRirJUK p.'Mi.t mimiamj ..-iE NINE PHONE 1224 Thanksgiving Service ! Drew a Great Throng o o � * > ? * ? > �s� : ? * �> * *  PER80NAL * > > * Miss MacICenzle is confined to her Homo, Kith street, through Illness. v * * Mrs. Krkersley of Mldnnpoic Is In Die city, bavins been called hern by the death of her brother, tho lato K V. Donley.  �  Miss Margaret Kano who hni been 111 wllli tnllneiun, Is now able to resume her duties. �   Mr. and Mrs. H. Donald '.lave returned from visiting at Vancouver. 9  � Mrs. N*. J. Schweitzer, who has been ill, la now able to be around nguln. might and tyranny is forever put. down." Rev. W. V. Rums then led the vast audienco In prayer and thanked (Jod for tho victory he had accorded tho allien. The Dominion Member. W. A. Buchanan was the next speaker and at. once warned the people against beinn too lenient. Willi the enemy. After [our yearn of war victory has come to the nations that have 1 stood for the rigbl. The ex-kaiser baa J fled, afraid of the allies and hi.-i own | people. "I have a message for you ! this morning," he said. "We mit-l not. I lie too lenient with tltei-e arch 'Tiniiti- I al*. It. is true that u new government | Iras been formed, but we mind, not forget that the sane people who have formed this government an; those who stood behind the former regime in all its atrocities for the past, tour rears. The new regime may be a snare and we must be wary, (lermany must tu- ber relentlessly pursuing one object.properly punished. (Loud 39 Casobaim Strkih-, .Montuf.al. "In my opinion, no other inedicino is so curative for Const.j-.-.tion and Indigestion as 'Fruit-atii >�,'. I. was a sufferer from l.lir-- � complaints for five ycat.i, ar.'l my sedentary occupation, Music, brought about a kind of InUstina!/'-.rj/re.t ,-with nasty f/eadar/it;, !�'iehinir pat, drowsiness after eatin;:, .n.-l pain in the back. T was induced to try 'Inui-a-tires' ami now for si.x monili.s I h-ive been entirely well". A. Ko-DNRKKi;. fiOc. a box, 6 for t n.-i 1 size 2oc. At all dealers or .sen1. ;;..ikl by I'ruit-a-tives Limited, Ot .iv, j. 1 niiins. During the dinner wires of : 'congratulation were received fromi frloftdft In th" oast. The kucMh, bf>- ; aide* the bridal party, wer� Mrn .1 i  Ixing, mother of :!u'ir Own ("nrre�p"iid�ni > Cardatoh. Nov. S. -rnrtlston was ^hocked yesterday to burn of ilia death of Mr. tins* Peterson, t�tch�r t lit- l-lrhth grude In our *r He wa.n u young man and only recent ly wiih often on our ntr.t or litntlth !l neernii that he contracted the Influenstv and eudenvored to �et arotind ton soon, suffered u rr\n-clpnl ol lite sclunil at ildl Hprlni; and for nearly two ycnris her.' I.a�i Juii" hi* puplU were all MieroMful In their departmental examlriittlono Din pur-niii.-t reside ht-ro and hlx mothti' It very II! at thl* wntlng. Ul� brother, 1 ""� David, i� at the front In the engineer*' I:,t " HlowltiR ot the wl'i-i'.i... nf eveiv' locomotive and fartorv in th�> city at Heven o'clock this mornlm: was tho! flKnal for tho greit- ^t eeiebratlon j ever utag-'i) In the -lt> ef l.ethlnldKe, ('oiiipari-d to today',* pi : furmance all pjit celebratlonrt were mild. I A eollple Of hundred peuple in the city knew of the 8li;n::u; of the peacB* frni'i before the wlii.-i'.' n blew, but It bad beun generally undei stood the-whUlkvi would be th" �U;it:il. anil peOJlle who hud wait' -1 f"r till- news j till late last iilr.lit -tent home and, waited for the pre-ari-.tuvd t.lKiial. At six o'clock the bMr.-itltii; of tbre* Klant firecrackers near the city ha'l annoutned tho (dart of tt.e day'.� eventn. l-'roni that time on till seven, tejiclier of j there wnrw sjm^modb out iireak >. At hool here ji,.y,.|| tin- ehorii.i of wblntle announced thrmiKhotit the i-'.-|,i \ off in the prime of life The Kile Mr. | Donley wan taken ill wi �:� 4�*#**#�*� DR. J. G. RUTHERFORD ? OFFICIALLY APPOINTED * Ottawa. Nov. 8 -It Is offic- * ially announcer! that Dr. .1. 0. ? Rutherford, superintendent of * agriculture and animal imlus- * try of the CIVIL, has been ap-pointed to the Railway Commis slou sueceeding D'Arcy Scot'.. ? S I-' McLean pointed lu the lias been boa id. ap- 4 I near '.'oremost. Her parents are believed to be in Vancouver. Hardicville Death Mike I'alnmarczuk. aged S moiuiis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ale.v. Palarnarczuk of Hardlevllle died yesterday In the city. The funeral will take place at. 4..'in this aliernoon from St. Patrick's church. CHINE3E GIRLS A3 PAGES Portland -The, Multnomah hotel In Portland, through stress of war timeu, lias put two Chinese girls to paging guests and in native costume they patter, calling visit or--, lor whom friends are asking. The. girls are. cousins. Alice and Margaret Wong, and Ihcv f.;o about their tasks in a umsi businesslike man ner. CHARLIE CHAPLIN MARRIED I,as Angeles, Cnl., N'ov. !V Charles S. Chaplin, motion picture comedian, was married here on October 2:t to Miss Mildred L. Harris of Los Angelea according to a return made today on the marriage license. The marriage, occurred at. the home of the license clerk with only v;itnosses required '>>' law ami was kopt gecrei at the urgent "e.-juesl. of the groom. Stake Your All on Canada The war has brought greot prosperity to Canada. Millions of dollars in war contracts hate come to her doors. Wage? were, never so high. Money was never so plentiful. This is not the gift ot the gods It \% n pros-purity that must lie used and conserved for th-nation's welfare. N'o man lives for himself aione He must aharc in th" common sacrifice.'in th common endeavor to make that nation great ,:i War ami lu Peace. Cana>MatiB are today asked to loan for Victory, to loan for Continued Prosperity, to ioau 'or ProgreBg in time of peace. They can do this through the purchase of Victory Bonds. It is every one's duty to buy Victory Bonds to the full evtent of his ability. That irt the civilian'" part. It is tho only way he can recompense those who have fought his battles. The necurlty offered is Canada. Stake your all'on Canada. Buy Victory Bonds Thin apace donated for the winning of the war by THE PROCTOR AND GAMBLE MANUFACTURING CO. HAMILTON, CANADA Makurs of Ivory Soap, Gold Soap, Crlsco. WAR AND THE SUGAR BOWL  "As much candy In the shops as Vfir," you say? Perhaps, but do you know most ot them are made with substitutes for sugar? Candy makers, with manufacturing confectioners, public eating places and others, have splendidly responded to the call to conserve. They are using glucose to a large extent, and are Including nuts SHE COULD NOT STAND OB WORK ft�t M* L PbkW. v�i UUt Cmmuq1 RtatertJ H�r HMttTut St�pH Htr Paina. SUNDAY'S EVENTS (From the Herald's Ratty Morning Eitraa.) , King Ludwlg ot Uavarla and King Frederick August of fluocy abdicated along vith Kaiser Wtlkwln. accord* log to  1-ondon dispatch. A Copenhagen dispatch says Prlnca Henry ot Prussia escaped from Plena-burg after two attempts en his life. I corps and uo words Jibh been received i vice ever devl.-ed �'iw lu working i from him for the past three weeks, order from ih" lowly ttti cun (led lo I Ono sister. Mrs. Clay Van Winkle sur-,'ho rear of a Henry Ford to the sirens vlves 111t� here. Interrn-ml taken place  of the fire department, today in the C'ardston cemetery where At ten o'clock there wat a short a short service will be held. I lull in the proceeding* while the ser- Two Deaths Amongst Msnnonltes ! *lc� Thank-sivifle w.is in pro. _ . , I gresa in from of the city hall. Two deaths are reported at tho Meti-; t) ,,. , of th, lmlUituliP nonlte colony on the old tatiie-rarm ,,,,,, , ,h, cr0w(, ,UvtlUMli four mile.-, east of town Pew nan subscription lu that district. This afternoon the celebration will be (i more or lens Ko-aa you picas*1 affair. Hut tonir.ht U w:u reach its climax with fircwo'ka and a mounter bonfire on Die Chautauqua lot opposite the. City Hall, witu a torch light parade, in which everyone is asked to take part, walking, to follow. Celebration Notes Se-ret- Howker of tho city police, and a South Africa veteran, got the first Herald on the street. Unrestrained every face. joy was written on After the Thanksgiving service the Essen, location of Krupp worUs, li .........� ... ... . aiiium aim nr. in the hands of Revolutionaries. Lieut. H. B. Stacpoolo. Mr. Gerald S. Bicv.vu Yon Krupp Dowlen and wife have I is rushing (hia new residence along k�n (also and is building near his brother, I Major H. B. Brown who purchased the ' Cafcier home. The Culrncross garage has recently changed hands, Messrs, T. Win. Duco and Geo. A. Duce being the purchasers at a figure around ten thousand dollars, though the exact amount could not be learned. It is reported that Mr. and Mrs. A. ]). C'alrncrosg will go to the caftst tor the There are always gome slackers and . crowd called for "Hule Britannia,' the general committee here ara plan- j "Tho Star-Spangled Banner," and the ning a special campaign for seeing till j "MaTselllaiso.' those who have turned down tho regular canvassera In each district. New houses are still being built in Cardston, Mr. Geo. A. Duce who recently sold bis extensive holdings at Ueaz-er to Mr. K- W. Hradshaw, of Ma-grain, is building a fine new bungalow | Bring a torch, that is now roofed in, between thei eaidence of J. C. Cahoon und Or. \ The C. P It. employees are havlug uuothur holiday. Thin time they are celebrating it with u vengeauce. Oet in the torchlight parade tonight. been arrested. * Revolutionaries have ordered tha removal of Cockadaa and Eaglet on tha helmets of soldlara and tha wanting of ton BfM Cross baa beeu prohibited. The Workmen's and Soldiers Council declares their aim la a, tr�* social republic and its chief task la peace. It was a pm-ado unique in history. Bvoryoue was musketl but (hut didn't dampen anyone's urdor. The only trouble was that tho masks covered up tho universal broad smile. Lieut. Clarence V. ("Cal.") Lawrence, son of ex-Mayor Calvin and .Mrs. Lawrence, formerly of St. Thomas and now of Ottawa, died in Folkestone, Eng., after a short illness of Spanish influenza. He was only recently married to Miss Pinfold, a St. Thomas We give below some extracts from an advertisement used in a cooperative way by the Laundry owners of Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, Md. We are reproducing a portion of this "Ad." in the hope that our patrons will see the importance of it and kindly cooperate with, us in carrying out some of the plan set forth herein. Changes in Laundry Business MADE NECESSARY IN OROER TO CO-OPERATE WITH THE ! WAR PROGRAM OF THE WAR INDUSTRIES BOARD All duplication of effort mutd bo eliminated. CoiiMTvutlon of labor and coul will huvo to mem iSoverumeiit requirement*. The next druft will undoubtedly leu v., the labor nlumlon In a far -worse condition t)u:<; at present. Cudor ihese conditions If is neceso.-u v to make radical changes in tho entire system of handling laundry work, and it Is hoped tlic public will heartily cooperate during these abnormal times. Only home or the same ONE CALL A WEEK one call can bo made on a customer each week. If customer Is not laundry not ready when driver calls, no return call can be made until day the following week. HAVE LAUNDRY PACKAGES READY I'airons iniisi have laundry packages ready when driver calls, aa he wiU not bo permitted to wail. The public may be Interested In Uuowlnf; that 25 per cent, of a laundry driver's tlmo will be saved by strictly complying with this regulation. STRICTLY CASH BASIS On and after October all packages will bo delivered C. O. 1)., without r�-Kurd to customer's financial worth. If monoy is not available at time package is offered for delivery, It will bo returned to laundry and cannot bo sent out again until the noxt regular delivery day in that particular section of driver'* route. We have not adopted the "strictly C.O.D. basis," but are thanking of doing so soon. Thanking our patrons for their patronage in the past and hoping for a continuation of the same in future, we are, very truly yours, C. S. FARROW, MANAGER 2789 ;