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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta LETlinhltiGE DAILY HKttAtD_ SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 191R Don't waste yotnptiinc and money in trying to'firtd some- thmg as good" as BLUE RIBBON TEA F Plans "for the Rotary Club's great jvi'clory 'Dinco Carnival ad Kiddies' pliristmas Tree were given a further lioosl at a. mealing of the club last I bight -when a dozen committees i were appointed and set at their differ- f hut Usks. There are many tasks for fcnonster crowds are expected it the I talk heard on Ihc streets is any Indi- t -cation. only is LflthbrWse inferwted. Residents ot Coaldale and .have let it lie known that ihey consider the idea a fins one, and crowd! may hs expected from Ihesu points. "People arc just walt- tae tor suchNeclertainment in such, a good causa" said the Coaldale "The. people carnival Idei is being undertaken to other parts. Tbis week in Spokane they are holding a three day peace carnival ending today that has drawn thousands o! visitors. Arrangements for monster dance orchestra set under way las night. But for those who do nol dauc- it ia the club's Intention to have some- doing all the time, and an untrue Monto Carlo midway is under consid- eration. In addition there will be other eicitment for tho non-dancers. The Kiddies Christmas Tres on the afternoon is also proceeding apaco with live entertainment and tree eommmltlces already figuring ways and means entertaining thousand soldiers' kiddies so that they will never ioreet the first Christina! after peace. G. H. Mnrnoch Slates D. Highibotliam Suggests Library-Museum llailier leaning to tbe ioVft of. public library as a memorial soldiers, Vresidert U. It. Marnocli. of he board ot Irafe, spoke in Ibe mat- er as follows to Tlie.lleralil: 'It is entirely tHUus nud proper bat there should be a ueiinauen.! memorial to the men from Uth- arldge wlio have fallen in tho war. aud 1 cannot think of anything more ItttlBS 'hail a public library. "Every citizen In years to come would draw Inspiration from an monument, bru if such 6 inouu me'it, besides being c-onlained in itself the best literature of all the ages us well as the best thought of SWEET CRASS, Nov. ol the most rot-oiling cases tu loimecium with the recent fatalities through the Jnllueuia epidemic as ye', reported was tbat of John Fletcher, a yvog man from Alberta who died in a vooiu Ins house at t'oulU last week. J-'letchrr arrived In Coutts at ime when.the entire community "u i of tiio dread ualatlr jml never left the rooming House frou the ttiuo tic secured a room until in en out for burial last Saturday afle uoou. the time he was stricken 11 Craig hosiiiu-U here wrts tilled to over Sowing with patients, witli only one the Boys. nurse and entire families all town ill with It. u.condition ol uiiairs The Listening Post Of to VeUraps, Con by H. ,P. Maddlsoh 'Tim Canadian Arm) Denial as established i teniporarj In lie G.W.VA club rooms Veterans vho worn entitled to at the line of discharge bhould vitli the secretary. One big (net come to llg'it, throne' ho'canva..ing ot llio local Jorcfti clement for tho Victory Loan, and tha j irations llio Krltzes" arc ranking !o either return to their own countries, or to iuke up fanning. ScoresNpt cases were, found wher TOCU woufil not subscribe "Mo buy farm and cow; mo go fan when war over." Perhaps a loca committee couhl lie formed to finil 01 how many of these Benlry wo slm lose ID the near future. Tlio Information would be Inval ible when endeavoring to reestablls Icludiiig all possibility of securing lire---- _ volunteer TiK" proprietress of ths house YJWS nil d.i of Hie evening In this anil part and a! the current time, llio, very children of those men who have laid down their iives for us, and their Chil- dren's children, could come there .to 1UI5J. !ljstll um, ,irtJl drink from tho founts of wisdom, and cf care, though uusvonl 01 HltJ though attended at frequent intervals by ihc local physicians, were kept nisht mill day, it is evident that i busy rom ai. would all even while so doing Ubio, as every effort was made continunlly keep sreen the memory gccurc a uurse, tended to hasten of men ami women greater than our- Ills o men am selves. Those of us who had the good foriune to spend our early days. 1 in places where there were n ,1P !ma expired tue inmates of came om to L.ity. Tho. ovincial poijce necessarily assumed libraries Iiavo always realized me t.h of the remains. taken serious loss I And a celebration, Fallowed by u And nothing In tbe cellar for Christ- mas. Can you think ot anything more 'im- portant than a reconstruction commit- tee for LeihSrldge, to assist iu the work of soldier-civil re-establishment? Be read'y to jcnd a band iu a few days. 'Dyng, having got his Uppset for Victory, said "Turner loose and Cur- IN'FORCt TILL 1919 OTTAWA, Nov. Is here- by given that the couvnullon. respect- ing commercial relations between Can- ada and Franco is to romaln In force till Sopl. 10, 1919. The question ot continuing the convention In force after that date1 Is under considera- tion. that our young people particularly were suffering from ih? ug gave ;15 his rest- Mayor Davidson, ot Moose 3iw, has been appointed inspector of tasa- tion by the Ottawa government. lick of a public library bridge, "Looking I.eth- utilitarian side. Old Dutch your taps clean and bright. Uw it alto for scouring nickel store trimmings, stained cutlery t and kitchenware of all descrip- tions. Old Dutch cleans every- thing throughout the house. Try Jt on anything thait is hard to cjean. there would surely be. but little a few exercises at end ot each cliap- TiapM Calcala- tion and stuly onl work- ing ail thc problf-m III. Drawing-A sketch-'cf your home from III? street. 11 will ray you to nakc notes cm most ot what-you Viiidy, then scft if are correct. t. B. BRAKDOW. for Everybody The Christmas Gift of Purest Sentiment i Jewelry speaks' volumes, that cannot ex- pvess_it is the universal language, of -pure- sentiment. Give her "something to remember you -by." Choose jt haVe whai you at a smalt cost. You've never seen a more complete slock than We've anticipated your preferences. We know what you would prefer to pay. Only 26 more shopping days' before Christmas. v A. Wright The-City's Leading Jeweler. Established Issuer of Marriage Witnesses Required, 183E. Eye Specialist in Charge of Optical Department ALBERTA. VI ;