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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUT'BSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, THE LETHRRTDOE DATT/Y HERALD PAGE THREE fHAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S For a Moment Pa Thought He'd Enjoy Being Sick By Wellington ,f tEHtlON DURINGrYOUR. K-UNEbS,Ffc.SOTrl taoiNQ TO Cj�r YOU A "t^inED NURSE. I THINK -'-fl""=-\TU. SEND FOR MISS COTIE, m*� fwrw Nr>m, tot.. �>��s r 5EHD FOW AYRAINED nurse! I HWENTATHWr OH TH6 WEEK ,SO 1 SHAU-. BE DEUSMTEDTO UX3K i^NFTAVJ THE DEAH OV-DJ CHAR mSEUK- ILuSWVT IN, IMM�~r - M�na-Y.j-- YtS,AN'VCU'l.U , flMlSH IMKEMATEWE? , TOO, DRN^ONE VA^ J&* �v/i '>-*\*Sst.;: "Our troops today, moving on their left beyond. Civet, pushed their advanced posts on tin; line of Wan-cennes, Frometres and Manmidrc. Fight thousand allied prisoners were concentrated at Give!, and important war material was found there, including lhatterles, tanks and machine guns. "Farther east we occupied the towns of Neiif Chateau and Htalle where our entry was greeted with gn-at. manifestations of sympnthy. "The line reached by the heads of tin: columns today is marked by Verlain, Longlicr, l'Kgli.-o and Habay-la-Viclle. "In Lorraine we pn detachments Forbach and ken). "In Alsace our troop? have reached Obernny, southwest of Strnsrlmrg. "On the left hank of the Rhine we have occupied Nou llriesach and llu-nlnge St. Louis (Ilunningen). F.very-wherc thi'i'i; was joyful manifestations evidencing the attachment of the population to the French republic. MELT HUGE SUPPLY led forward to Stavold. Kociieni, Sarrebruck (Saareliruc- Washington, Nov. 21.-More than | ]-,n,0i)ip,ii00 silver dollars havo been i taken from the United States treasury ; vaults In Ihe last few months and ! melted into bullion for export lo ' India and other oriental countries . �h at wh"a there's a .smell of flesh paint around." "If you'll just w.iii a few minute;!, sir," replied tho waiter, "them two voiing ladies will lie goin^."-Tit-Pits. BW�. Phone 1930 317 13th St. N. A. HAY AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGE COAL, CO.D. Canada Food Board License No. 0-11108 2S7-0 Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D, CM. EYE. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Offlco rooms 121-122 New P. Hums Dulliilng, Corner Sth Avj, ur.d 2nd St. Fast, Calg?ry. Office Phone M2S48 Residence Phono M2077 Interne and House Surgeon, Manbatta ; Kye. Far, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 19J1-1914. Specialist to Calqary School Bo^rd BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated Car City and Country Trips Office Phone ............ 1200 RESIDENCE Phone ..... 1038 F HONORABLY MENTIONED London, Nov. 21.-Rritish. American and Italian soldiers and units are cited in orders printed iti the official Journal. The Prince of Wales regiment is named for its service In llason work. FRENCH MERCHANT MARINE Paris, Nov. 21.-(Havasl-Fernand '. TJoulssou, under secretary ot state for j merchant marine, announces that with- : in live years France will have merchant ships with a total capacity of 6,000,000 tons, which Is double Its prewar tonnage, according to the Matin. It is snld that the greater part of this fleet will be composed of new vossels. tine for venereal disease Tho medical profession is agreed that soventy-llvo por cent of venereal Infection comes from the public prostitute and in tho face of this wo license that Infection. Sin Is a violation ot law, and from a otandpont of statutory law, when wo license prostitution wo moralize it and thereby makj It a civil virtue. The ninount ot prostitution licensed In this city Is sttltlolen! to gormlnuto more syphilitic and gonorrheal microbes than five cities the same steo couhl clean up with tho best known propaganda. Tlio old worn out question has ''oon asked by correspondents, as to what is to become of tho donizen after she has been driven from hor asylum of segregation? Space will not permit tho answer hero but Lhave before me a booklet called, "Next Stops," and another "Citizens Program," both by the U. S. government tjiat gives a very easy and effective plan. 1 havo in my possession a store of propaganda literature that can bo investigated at any tlmo, and in conclusion will say-that tho time has arrived when wo can no longer afford to be a breeding pest house of venereal diseases. Tho cltiz ens have tho law on their side, and tho prostitute with her pimp should be compelled to vacate. Let us come from under tho mantle, of our old traditional conspiracy of silence and our presunt commercial prudery and take tho stand that tho nations are demanding. O. P. URSENBACH. HOMAGE 10 ALLIES Paris, Nov. 21.-The chamber of deputies yesterday at the opening of the sitting paid homage to I 'resident Wilson and to the allied nations and their chiefs. Rene Renault, president of the parliamentary army committee, made an eloquent speech in recommending the adoption of the motion, which was voted amidst the greatest applause. Premier Clemenceau, Foreign Minister Piclion and most of the members of *he cabinet were present j when M. Renault introduced the motion. AUCTIONEER Long experience In stock and farm mnchlnary. Sales conduct-IBj ed ii any part ot Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The-Dowsley Land Agency. Lettv bridge. Phono 1809 UNCONVENTIONAL IDEAS In monuments find tts ready to carry them out to the last detail. If you have an Idea for a memorial of unusual character come and see us or haye us call and see you. We feel sure wo can soon convince you of our ability to produce perfectly in atono the Idea you have in mind. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works R. Needs. Prop. Sth Street S. [reel  Elliott Sheet Metal Worki Winter will soon ho here and bring with it the cold weather. Have your furnaces overhauled by ,us. ICxpert work. Hot air turnaco work a spe-c �illy. Phone 1711 310 Sixth 8t. 3. Lethbridge, Alta. CARTER'S I BHIOUSNESSJ iHJRCOMHiXlOft Is it nothing? Is w it to be neglected untllit leads to that terrible scourge consumption i Peps stand between winter coughs and colds, and serious consequences. Fcps are tablets made up of Pine extracts and medicinal essences, which when put Into the mouth turn into healing vapors. These are breathed down direct to the lungs, throat and bronchial tubes -not swallowed down to tho stomach, which is not ailing. Trf a ;0c, fcoi of Ptpt (or ,our coH, jour couih, bronchitis or asthma. ^11 drugfjsl-v �&4  torea or 1'cp. Co., 'J'mouio, *h> auppli peps MILNE TRANSFER Coal CO.D, Prompt Service. Phone 134% 410 13th Street N. �' 2S0-26 TENDERS FOR THE ERECTION OF A MALE DORMITORY AND DINING HALL, PROVINCIAL ASYLUM, PONOKA. CUNARD ,Anchor AnctlorDonalason  'ago. *�. Kit 388Safona'^ SMla- a'lta�- UNBXOiUJtO ktavicc i'�r all taiuruiiitvu �.�� utafitmraHOta Ot to COMPANY'S OFFICE, Sestt Mart gyp MAIN STKKKT, WIMMPKU Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned and endorsod "Tender for a Malo Dormitory and Dlnlng-hull, Ponoka Asylum" will be received up to 12 o'clock noon, Decomber 2nd, 1918. Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque, payable to tha Minister of Public Works to the amount ot five, (5%) percont. of the tender. Should the contract bo awarded tho successful bidder shall bo required to execute a guarantee bond on an approved Surety Company to the amount of twenty (20%) per cent, of tho contract. \ Tho cheques of the unsuccessful contractors .will bo returned within �Ix days after the contract Is awarded. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids or to waive any do'ect. Pinna �i;d specifications will bo Issued to applicants at tho Provincial Arcttltoet's Offlco, Parliament Buildings, Bdmonton, on receipt of u. do-poslt of ten ($10.00) dollars which will be refunded on return of plans., specifications and it bonti fido tender. L. C. CHARL10SWOTITH, Doputy Minister of Public Works. Dntod at Edmonton this 26th dav October, 1918. .Ad Q L. A. H. Roosa Draying and Baggage Transfer Day or Night Service, to Any Train When Called. PHONE 1869 Residence 922 2nd Avenue South DRAYING Of All K.mh WesternTransfer Co. Llmitrd *m�� C. P. n. PralgM �*�* PHONia OMsa ........... lift taJI*/ .......... ICS* THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of an kinds. Agents for taa World Famous Delco Light Country wtrlng a specialty. B1A 4th Avenue Box 3M Phone 735 320 Acres in the Warner District Half under cultivation, goo'l ho\i30 and other buildings, all fenced, well, for J3I1.00 per aero. Horses and machinery Included, JL500 cash, bulunco half crop, interest 7%. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. CANADA FOOD HOARD LICENSE NUMBER 2-0.� Tractor Repairs We specially In reboiing (tas tractor cylinders, and fitttag oversize pistons and rings. Wt� havo In slock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gait tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 218 1st Ava. S. BROS. Phona iT$S FURS-FURS-FURS Highest Prices Paid CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL COMPANY 220 2nd Ave. S. 264-0 ^ F^n .THE . WAR VETERAN ' WHEN YQU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER I Please notifx SecV Veterans' Club Phone 372 ! RY A HLRALD WANT AH ;