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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER -A mi PACK FIFTEEN'1 LIQHT OF VlOPe her daughter, .Mra. .B.A. Bwerl, [or', several months, left Ibis tor her homo In Vancouver. i Mr. J. (ieirdon, ot fas a visitor in tho ollyiearly In tho week. f Miss o( -'qtU'Yfe: 'th'a luest of .Mrs I.ielH oVllonivllHijr a .dtirk hour Vt'o nbod tiiy power. And wo 1'roy into now to' shine. Our tabors renew, With courage pursue, Each (ask vilh Thy grace subllmcf Hope. Th6re are mountains ol care, And' heavy the load Ami loHeomc tho road-- fl'hy' presence can make H fair. K IB over bright, It' wo look AVo'll see IToiic shining everywhere. CuriBtina Warreu Parlriilee I 'night Ulhhridge, Alta.. whor jho will ho the guest of her sisusr, W. S. Hall." (luring the absenco ol Mr. Warne In England-Ottawa Journal-Press. Sir Ernest Hose arrived in Iho dly yesterday ironi'.Yukon to visit his taolher, Mrs. Mary Hose. Mr. noso u n'well-knowo Ileure hi the Yukon, Trustees Should lie Able To ftlake it More Tlnin a Side- 1 Line Truslen George H. who Is retiring from Hie school (ward this term, bcltevc-i thru Hicm 'may have been fiome ot uliitude In .announcing bis belief tvnisi Practised Cruelty on Men in His I'owev at Printc .Albert Farm of making the member.! nu naa itllclr ]obs ot junlliiiy 'way'homo to.holi) lilenllly the the city- Mr.'James Douglas, who has been'of tho victims ot the Ill-fatcil steamer, he .r ...r. ..t.i. iiiA Pi'im'csft Soda. of ''flL'BHrX', Nov. day I might hill Then you would your ruoutii Ehui, or I'll kill you With such a ilucat Dr. Gcrvala kept the men about Jiii.i ut Steep Creek in tor tlitir services. ilonsu't tliink; youth from SliawinlRan that 510 a meeting would be any Kreat; Kails, "who lived months on. inducement to get belt.--men lo staml Omuls' fiinn in tho west, leroni 'or flection Wit that ti.iyn (hat once (Ici-nns complained. sCuld be In the way that he bad run shml.ot a certain I expert educati product ami dial ho could j'Ct it only In Montreal. He hateil young 1 PERSONAL o Sir'.' A.' Huntingdon was a visitor In the clly this weeK Jrom Stavely. lire. Shaw, 'who. lias been' visiting visiting in the city with Mlsa Conn. en route' trom. Portland, Oregon, left this her home in Medi- cine Hat. Friends o! Mrs. A. H, Denoon will regret to hear that sho Is suffering from an attack ol Influenza. John rJoiioon, who lias also been.ill, U now much ietter. i I C Miss Henderson, of Plnchcr Creek, was a visitor In the city at lha be- ginning of tho week. Dr. G. W. I.eech, who was the vic- tim ot 'an automobile accident yes- terday, Is around again, today. W. A. Wura'c Is leaving to 0 A V CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES St. Cyprian's scholar's are asked Sunday school i" come- to :hurch between 11 and 12 to get their rut o! tho scho want lo icavo our i coniiuct Hie he wiat with an electioa in sight, It war bill planned today to cut s'hou'ld be seriously considered by the off another half-billion dollars'through reduction of the miscellaneous taxes. Through lowering ot_ house vatcs on semi-luxuries, gasoline and to hacco and through elimination of the proposed tai on articles ol clothing and merchandise, tho com- mittee yesterday reduced the nf (ho measure by approxi- mately halt a billion dollars. Decision on the proposal made to Secretary McA'loo and recommended by Chairman Simmons to Include in the bill the revenue plan for 1920 .bo reached, the committee deterred, action yesterday. A well-made cup of is a part or a dood meal, It is delicious, is prac- tically all nutrition, the protein matter being appropriated by the sys- tem almost to its full extent1, and its use saves other more expensive and wasteful foods. Ttade-matk on every package. T y Canada Food Board License WALTER BAKER Go. Limited Established 1780j I Dentistry As Vie Practise It Is 9 Gentie Art Drs. Bruner, Richards Nelson' High Grade American DentUtry r- PKONE 363 Ott BIk.j 4 Hotel, Lethbridge LETKBRIOGE, ALBERTA _ CALQARY OFF1CE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE CR1STAUL BLOCK: "For.this longshoremen ;h" ,i i rOUllUlllg ma such a pleasant t6 her vthfn conference. even more im- a slfange from Ler apPre rtajjt than the'-'actual peace con- ilclatlon of those daja will ilo all "1 [OI.5nce are discussions that must their appreciation. oE some place Jo feel at home Mrs JfacKay has not forgotten, the J11HJ -.-..._. days.tnai t.fvu I auo'niiSnbe ai ihc such a pleasant tfi her vthfn In1 firemen and from the Men (real en 11, eiuplo) ees as chauffeurs' and teamsters: ..drjye.rfi; etc Ihe labor department has ex platnedi to'' the employees' -'twit v''the mini ter will he uleaseii to esfanllsH boards'as paon as the municipality expresses its concurrence m--the plications The number ot l between. 2000 and 3000 these President VIU11U1I Wl HIUJC her power to speed on it? en urge anii ln ment She issues a hearty pres.enco js not only desir- lion to all girls, to como and but is an ovenine or to drop in while wait __ CIVIC EMPLOYEES WANT ARBITRATION ...___._ _.. Ing for a car That -t Is already popular is evidenced by the fact that a merry tarty of High school girls look the place by storm on Thurs-: day and spent an evening ot .ffl. Just to remind you that if it is anything in Dry Cleaning Dyeing that you want, we are prepared to do'it and do it RIGHT .'Don't forget thai our plant is the only one of its kind in Alberta south of Calgary. It is only by the use of such methods as ours that the smell of gasoline can be completely eliminated, -We-DISTILL our GASOLINE used once, making it as CLEAR and FuRE'as it wasAbsolutely GASOLINE- for EACH INDIVIDUAL CUSTOMER. That is >vprlh remembering. Worn suits made to look like new. Give us a trial. Lethbridge Laundry Co., Ltd, Phone 451 C. Farrow, Manager GENERAL Britannia rules tiio .waves, but Italy takes first place in giving tho world Us first qualllled woman ocean captain." The pioneer Is Jliss Ellso Beltuomiul, a native ol Italy, who lias completed.-bar.final eiaminations and Is.aujlous, to serve her country. Though' :born ..and rfeired among seafaring. folk.Jier am- bition to be a sailor was greeted with, rldiculo by her friends. 'Finally through the sympathetic intervention ot an old sea captain, sh'e.'was .ac- cepted by tho maritime ..authorities and later by special decreb'.wai per milted lo tako a eourao In tho rvautl 1 Institute at Vlaresglo. .-The Marl era' then 'objected ,to admit ng a, womatj. but perseverance trl mph'ed. and she rtceived her mas er'a license In ocean goiug'lrade Mies Fiorencp Bullard, a Tied Cros urse, who served through, the Sols ons campaign, (inrt lalor at Thierry, hag been citeil for the Teach War Cross. GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER SHERDKOOKE, N'OT- 'Guilty of manslaughter." was tha verdict rendered against Pte. Cran- lall in the court ot the King's bench this alternoon. ,1'te. Crandall was charged with being responsible for tha "death ot A. Picarcl at Winslow, Aug. S, last. Picartl -was a draftee and when about' to he arrested by military po- Ice bo made a Hash for liberty n'nil shot at by CrandAil. C. D. White, K.C., on.beliall of tha defense, made a motion'thal sentence not ba a polltlou lor a re- serve case had been heard. OTTAWA, Nov. The minister of labor lias rcc'e'.iveS'.apylicatlona for hoards ot conciliation from Ina To- WHITE FLANNELETTE yariU' of fine while -.flannelette, free from dressing. Splendid tor children's wc-ai-. 25 inches wide. On sale tonight 'MEN'S SOCKS 1 '.Men's grey'wool sock's, in good winter weight. If you want heavy socks, this Is the value you will Regular (M rift 'We Value. Special tonight, 3 for tjl.uu 'LADIES' COTTON VESTS STRENGTH OF'O. S. ARMY. WASHINGTON, Nov.-'. tor the war department, Secrotar> Baker, said today, call for the te ducilon'ol the American Kxpt-rtlllon ary .Forces to a point whom, the will constitute approximately 3 divisions, or about hall .strength. Further reductions wi bo made beyond that point If H i I found that tie sfeatioi; warrants. "da cotton vests, madp with high neck and Ions ves. These. are va -loc.. Special tonight "da onlj-.rmn. coton vess, m sleeves. These. are values that we cannot duplicate under nr SAMPLE HOSE 100 i.'ilrs oi heavy cotton and cashmere hose, in good ribbed winter welsM. Not slMs, but a gooii assortment in sizes 5 tc- Ut. Values to We and S5c. Special tonlglit... oui- LADIES' COMBINATIONS Indies' heavy llseceil coiton combinations, in good Melgbl. Made with high neck anil elbow sleeves. Sizes Sn to 10. Cl 7C liegular SS.OO to value. tonight is new-arid it is- V wonderful" "TM a mowenl of cariosity I slep- I ped in to fee and hear this new phcnogiaph. I, bad whal a sniprist I wis for.' "Tte yontig nub whoTolnolcoccd to dtmoojlrile iht Vocation far ctose asiis first record aa plajaTlijr Ysiye: the 2 ppealing qo kilties produced by tbe master's bow we.ie Iwl. i'ief leeord was pUyed. for I-sal. enUanced, gripped by'lie birf dowA'ataralwtt.- "Thea I tried ihe tiib Vficalion expression derlce I hid heuct I drtw'Ae t one to i fine pi iniis'imo, I d il lo its coalroJled tlie voice "Tlie VociHon notes _-.'.. i j T sen 03 cue. IQUfnnxk iri n by nmiic.irom phpoograpQ f L nCFMh'tdnnliTlhitiaomtotV The'-" "So-tnyTltire OS lie pnoaogrtpn loses tie bricgi-ig been coraplclelr rereistd. -It from tic' VtK tiolin is topes of the 'licKoess, tte gtaph.lhe AEOLIAN com JIB PRICES, 566ANDUP IB WILLIS "PIANO VS H. C. C. Salmon, Manager Hull Block.-) ;