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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 9m PAGE ELEyi.iN Fruit Mt^d,,. :; r V... ...... .^-T^- :~.V-,:^.. s �  ^fl-  � � �   �>    f .  i> PERSONAL "  M^. V. Parka is laid up with an attack', ot influenka. , ' i'r �.,  � � �..�J. Mi;i. J. H, Law haa returned to the city Irom Yaklmi', Waahlngton, where elie spent several months. Mrs; F. WauidiBfftoii la now recov�r-iug from an atUck bt influenza. -    Mr, and Mrs. P. V. Farke^ have'as their guest the former's mother, Mrs. (J. K. Parkes ot Seattle. - �  , * * Mr. M. Alexander is iini^bte )lo be round oo account of llineBS. Mr. r. jB. SpoonerjB conflnedvto UIs home witik an atta^h:,olt influenza. MisB Davis has ret^rneCfrom the east, where she was called by the 111 nesB of her uncle, several weeks ago. Fte. Tom biipen, (oirmert;^ prijioner ot war in Oacinany, ar^ivedrin the city this moningv;. j;-- ..,'5,j,: 100 Your on THAT'S the percentage, and niore, that a few dollars spent on your teeth will return to you; Let us put your teeth In shfcpe todayj and very soon you will note, ^he ailference In your health and appearance. Yon will be able to-chew your food In comfort and your digestion win Immediately Jmprovei Dpn't put off yoiir vUlt.to.our offices^any longer. We maintain three of the,mo�it mod-ernly equipped dental establishments on this continent In the cities of Calgary, r.�thbridge and Edmonton. Qon^t be afraid -to consult us., , Doitiftry As We Prattue It Ii a Grade Art Dirs. Bruner, Ricbards & Nekan rHigb Grade American Dentutry , PHONE 363 I Ott Blkl. 4 Dooi^t M Mtlibrifiif Hotel, Lethbridge �i> ' ' LlTHf lilOOe* ALBBBTA - . > � .CALOABV OEF4Cfrlt1B^;ElaHT.H AVeNUB e, ^ ----- . � ^^^^ � {�' Unbeatable Vahiet Tbat Are Qn Sale Toniglit From i 7.00 to MO Only. '__ ^ � ' .1. f 300 sample palivofigbod ribbed Oaihmeri H�jfe;iwlt�ble for;taUr^ !:;aJBd winter wfs�rurchase'.of Ladles'\OottonVVei|itB>with Jilgli nock and long sleeves. Just the thing'foi' eai-Iy fall #aar. ^Vprth at ]i>aot bOc in today's market. Saturday Night OCo i|JBecl�'. each .,:..;.,. i......;... '..a. i jv-AOC CHILDREN'S DRAWERS. ; '. About 76 palm of Children's Draiweri In tliii lot. They ar* odd '.^loxes Yron, aeyeral good yelling Hne�>. �ultabi� for fitllii^iul j:v! I3C I'f ' TOWEUING > �HURCHE8 AND 80CIETIB� � .........4 ..4* Members ot the O. E. S. are asked' to follow in cars the remainH of their late brother, Hugh Scott, to the cemetery for Interment at 3.80 p.m. on SuS' day. Members able to go phone,631 and, arrangements will be made-. f : I*  � , . . ; �>��   �  , , .  � WEDDINGS * V'  4> ��4> �� There are many women in. the, city who on account of home ties, cannot give any help in the 'flu epidemic. It haa been arranged that Knox church school room will be used as a creche where children will be taken care of during the day, and given thelrVijoon-day meal. Mothers who would.'fllke to help and wish to leave their babies there, are asked to phone the Nursing Mission (1333). The crechej'will be in charge ot a responsible pafson and the children will receive eveiV attention. Volunteers to care foj^j the children are asked to phone Uie: vame numben - HINTS TO 'FLU FIQHTERS. It Would facilitate -the 'flu 'orgauiza-lion if the workers would follow the suggestions given below: 1. Phone your name anid number to the NfiTslng Ui8aiou..(1233) stating tba'.nuB^ber of'days, /Or.hours per day ydii'oaif Rive: ' ~:. 2. Arrive at the case v given you promptly. '.>.-� 3. In serious cases rem&ln:aa;>. TAv^PFeeauHonB regarding your^ �If,with regard tp dislnfeataat�, etc,' RHn-^oo^umUicasiary risks by leaving; ntarks'Olf. � .8., When flnished with* a ease, re^ porf, so that, you may be gi!fen^ another. ' ' * t , Oi'' Those needing help are aaked to phone 12S8, and the best possible arrangements will be made for:them;  . . MWS annie ward A ^ . 112 Hiiien.St., St. John, N.B, "It ia with^'pl^aaure that I write to -tall yon of the great beneilt I received from th� use of your medicine, 'Fruit^C-Hves'l I wis a great suiTercr for many yean C^om Nenious Head' athes and Constipation. I tried everything, consulted doctors; but sothingr seemed to help me until I tried 'Fruitia-tives'. , After I had/taken several boxes, I was completely relieved of these troubles and have been unusually well ever sinoe;" ' ;MiBS ANNIE WARD, 'Friilt-a-titesV is Iresh fruit juices, concentrated 'and increased in strength, combined with finest tonics, and Is a positive and reliable remedy for Headaches fcnd Constipation. , SOo. a bok^Q for$2.50;-trial siee !25o. Atall dealenorF^it-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. , ' . ). � more food in-the world until after the next haVvest.. But there .wiU be greater demaods than ever when the half starved nations-whom we have not been able to reach durmg the war are akain in contact With the rest o� the world.- "The children's � year Is tlie expression of oAf national determination that the next generation shall not repeat the failure of this-ohe. � Tuealandards ot America's physical lite m-ust be raised. . ' "The program must.ereate a united, Bolidifle^tiitibn,'instead of the halt welded Jpbople'iitre'hBve beeii. The new comerB fr6m ? 4 : ? ? ? � ? � ? "An agreeable person lights up the room like a lamp. "He is like the shade ot a big tree on a hot day. "Ho iii like a drink ot something that tinkles in the pltclier when you're real tliirsty. "Ho is like love when you're lonesome, and when you're tiretj, a breeze when you're stifling, food when you're empty, and money when you're broke. "Be agreeable. Study to make people like you. Make love to tlie �world." -Dr. Frank Crane. ^ Victoria, B..G. CANADA'S GREAT WINTERRESORT Mild climate, bright sunshine, with reasonable living expensea and plenty of invigorating outdoor amusement, interesting shipbuilding activity, golf and autoniobiilng throughout the winter. Aatc Your Ticket Agent Now. Publicity Commissioner VICTORIA, B. C. RIBBON HELP BADLY NEEDED i FOR-'FLU. e    .        * �  *    . ; � �f' � � ;r'^-,'^''i'^f!V ,. :> airs. Thomas G, yinter In ti^^, Min-, neapolls Journal gives some thoiijphtV producers on '"after 'the war" iJpjf the women ot the United, States'ttitbat, aiit^t !) sade'applicable to theivloqfi-� �r jCMMil^. rpilovlj^s ure s^ i)|^l ^'^'iUiong the Intmediate 'duties ^wlU b9' oQr 1nBistflPce.^on. tiie^' foodt ipam Once more .^omee a call?^f^r helpera to tight tihe Influehaa^ Dally: calls are conning In -ifor help which cannot'be supplied; ; Conseauently an appeal isvbe-Ing made for anyone who Ip^n posslblyspara the^tlme, even by. giving up other duties,' to help out. The extreme urgeji-cy of the need cannot be over emphasised. Now Is the t)flie to .help. , Naples of wor1(er.s would be' reorivod' with ^reat i^llet at the Nursing Mldsloh, phone 1283.. Winning thp war will loseTlts signiflcance If. the 'flu Is .'uot weU-lB�t. Realize the .-sericwB-nesa of ther situation and photi;^ ^ /  if you telephone merely for tea witidout specifying BfcPE RIBBON TEA youir Ijlirdcer may thin&%you 9ure not very particularr^This ,^i#oesii|\pay.' . / - * .1.. The Aeolian -Vocalion "The Vocalion produces the sort of music we want in our home" "Ah 1 hs^csrsifeanipeniW>ic. I fsirlr ceiild jMe �h�^iw4ngof the "I w�s IntesselyistereBted by the vvwyflrsftceord tbst w�s jitjei for a� by the Vooalion. The black diic which upon CBsny a mactitae r hsd �ent ill ijrpicsl talking na- chlnetone tormy esrt-^-the lelf- �ime dlic si)4�r the sound box of the Vocalion filled the room with .the wonderfnl-throbbing tone of .a 'cello.. .',^-'�..,s:.....^. >  �:.'i('|��>-''--".�,.^r' , '�'- " .' ' Y^Hfnjfaimt ealelofufi atnt upon nauttt ; ^THE APOVIAN-VOCATION �ji, J J'.Mtdeip'S.-variety, of be��tifal'..models PRICES �BBUP�WARDS:: ' ARTSTYLE9 TO �2000 bow, thMtr�ng,Tiim>le fingeri of iha'ceili^lfspingitpsa Iheitriacs. Ktard aiir m�� ire hid determined thft.thwe a place In Ho� ireTtly actumj practice of lUtentng to muiic;- experience aleue can duetae.""'  ,',�:*. -. ^ � , T...-----WILLT8 PIANO' CO, - ' -it !\ T Don't foi-get^that lAiV plant is thfe cwily On�f its kind in Albtrta south of Calgary: It only by^the use of such methods; as ours that tHi ^ smdi of gasolipcvcan be conipletely eliminate? Worn suit% ^� * ^ - ' Lethbri] Laundry ?6^ :.:m �i 65263?8978 ;