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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LCTI1BTUDGE 'UA1LY Of BREAD mm FIVE-PIN CHALLENGE for Very place t. jiessrs. Lierrlcolt uud Karl Sloan hate a hunch tlir.t aro the niftiest of ttvc- plQ In Ihe city. It there art others. diaputo liielr claim they may consfuer v liil.i as-a challenge 16 meat Ihe rtuo, nuy lime, any WklU tktre. W4s a ;grut disappoint uoai couuuan ov laereBse In the price' of milk U) eli q-jads tor ft, thero _ JiM comioUliOB In iho fact that tbinu toitf a drop U bread It Domlkle to secure TJ tie dollar, or ten. coals .t'Jor loaf. This doorMtc hilo eHecl yeslerdiy, and li a DM. of slapUs, howsvir, is triaiY well up, and in sniuc Is lacrtMstoK. There I] little of i reduction until tha at aar can hold cut little nape ol tkwe helBn s drop in t'pa of for Corlilnius.. The ''ellfor- which is still belus ship- Silll iiisolher l.elbbl-lilFe'iioUler has won fame and honor on the balllenclri, bringing another Ulstl'igulslieil Con- duel Medal 10 Ibu city. This Uuio Ij SerBt-MBJCpr Allan 1. Gunning'who enlisted along with Bruce Itavles, CM a hunJre.1 other l.ollibrulsa bois In Hie aisl Ikulnliou. Scrgt- Msjor Ounnillg auliilecl as privut" nnd by sood work on Hie llclil his Bioiulliy advanced to liU present During lUo heavy liKhtine I" which the raiianliiins cliallQEuishc-il them- selves during tiic Usl three months bl the war Sergl.-.Msior Gunning wou' (lie D C. M. The tallowing official citation Jlgss! Siiro. everybody knows also Sirs. Jiggs, whose particular duly 'Ben-Ice are made It Is to 'bring up father' U will bo InlorenlnK know that the tioft hl rinsed with JUsgs'to be n >aUor.'S ?3 ivnd not, ti Ihe Vlclory Dance JlSgsy IBH'1 coming alone. He Is ana THE COMMUNITY (Credit Men's cliliens ot our rural coai- think together, work arid play 'When business (love througli community channels1, when (he spirit o[ [Ion lakes Iho of coinnelllluii of Sanla Soldiers'; B oii'llio led ccasion of Ihe of social IKo .wnm oH the act for which tho der- For Blessings of was nwarded: 'Seret. Major ._ i i (.Mihriilep entered a Services in Local Churches On Sunday unit In Mterta, Ihe post- ponc-a day ot thaifoglrlns lor the of peice In the groat war. will be observed.iu tho various oburch- This IhankEclvlng day, which i 11 to it HI a aosen. luz ua- 1IM x. 3 o' orenje that !s anyivhew was procUlmea first as for Nov. nuaa is the Jap orauf; ivhicb In Alherla on accoiint ,.io Influenza epidemic. Local churches are preparing for J Gunning. l.'elhbriJBe. entered a dug-out, killed Iwo. 'moiipcil up' thor- anil 'on reluming organized eiretchcr parties and evacuated b but jiuully. Ing his vo...---- Jjggs and Dlnty of to business so Ihey are bringing along "Dlnty tyooro's swinging doors uieni stop the drill F. C. MUdlelon. ll.ra my uumaivm UL auv ChrliiiUBa- MI'December Uth fehuuld look advertisement with Uio coupon In day'a Issue. Vlio llolnry Club wall by next Tuesday, Iho nauie'ol oyl child tha city enllllud to thaw lianils with Sinli Claua on Dec, -Ulri, and pnrenls uud guardians ot soldiers' children should inaku It a point'to have the coupon mnlleil immediately so (hat Santa.UtauB may-be lufdrnieu! ot the ejact number of boyu ami "IM ono tbesa ot Mr. 1 is riUUing it 40 cenlf. iUUing it 40 cenlf. fa that a carioid of or-J icted ttat the price will The oranges an celling at at {15 l case wholesale in ,flu Mn llllt.u. Olifcrnia i nominations hold services In their have dropped irom SI? save Wesley church, a ,4VJ t case aad this bas'occasioMd a.: is stm ucing usej as th. reuil price.. Apples a.e P hospital, and tuts con Itat the price '.rill drop will also be the first Sunday that The oranges an celling at' bcea [0 hold services since {15 a case wholesale All de- j drop' pltttlful and of Apple: price. tu emergency hospital, and tuts gregallon will go to Knos for the day I congregations will mark the day Mien is a for iu s-Jiue special way. as a ihanksglv blessings of peace Ihe olftciiil------ carnival, oven though they will con- fine their wares lo Ihe soft slnfi. Just for them. 'jests" The Ifolarinns.are llnJiug their keut hln dcrlaiiing an enorui'jUF ono as may thirty be JuiUed by the inct It is taking u iriOQOViua're lent to singe ill! the do- ings. The monster dance floor, 51 feot ly 100 feel will accommodate -IflO couples. Tho floor Is being put in the morron-. In one part ol again early In the morning. thai our he. nluEl prgvldo for ou WB mission. In addition to the visit of haum Clans on (ho afternoon of the [cbllviil Ihe onterUlninent comniltlee compos ed' ot Jack SmltL, Hugh Cmwfo'rd George Klemlug, Gerald' am W. A. Bucbauau mot on his The vrbole Question ot'the commun- ity campaign can be summed up In Iho y.r. Mlddlelori. Whllo during Ihe last ton years Mayor llardie and Ihe sloneri still working every day schemes dcslgnetl to lighten Iho losd on the ratepayers, but they are very reticent about having their schemes discussed" in the press until they have arrived at EoraethinE defin- ite to Iny before Iho people. Many different plans such as Increasing the utilities' prices, raising the assessment on linprovamrate, a rental lav ami other schemes are belns But U Till be close lo the end ot the "ear before anything definite best of -shape, and rlthi in the .cen- tre Ihe orchestra stand Is bclns svilh accommodation for 15 lo 29-inu- siclans. Hundreds of lighls wilt needed for the carnival and danco sec- lions. -Thousands' of yarils o[ bimtliiB and hundreds of flags are helug salh- 1 The'Roiarians sturlcil cred together1. out t carnival acreage under cultivation In certain sections of Manitoba has Increased nnd tho number of resident farmers has also Increased, tho people ol the towns which sre the ceutres ot tlioso sections have Producing figures and charts to hear oiit hte statement, Mr. Mlddlefon waa asked to oxplaln tho reason, "Tho rea afternoon, an11 uy pulling 'I16 they nrrangcd for Ihe vlsll, along will Sanla, ot-l'uSJ In Boots, Arhuckle, L'harlle Chirlln. Moll er Goose and Uutt end Jefl for Hi uieraorablo occasion. Theresa goln o be fim us well as presents froni olt Sanla on December Utli, and the con rultteo -hopes that not a single soli ler'a kiddy will bo oyerlonkou. ri'lioj'lil' definite llgurcs on Iho 'number ot imw ot Influenza flc- voJoWd j'psloriliiy are not available ho ifierald underslitnils the number i.lBtlhotr'uolBhliorlioosI of Tuesday's eporl when tevcn mw LousM.wero utifanllned. .Tomorrow tho theatres .open, mil rfc'bin la lliKi oiijimMlq n the city.. The incrchnutB liavo perleuced u inucKbeUor.buBluess Blnce ho onnouncemcnt ol tlu' lltllns of be ban, and with theatre) opened anil ho tchoola goius onco'mort, lite city will, bo bock lo n no'rmsl basis wbtcii lugni's well for December business All Iho theatres are making special efforts for tho opening on Friday and IhousmidB nre oipectcd lo Attend their first- picture shpws In moro than, s'l weeks. FEL FARMINtt anrt they are beginning to find out, j not go through c 1 from tho amount of v-ork Ihey are he replied, called on to It is goins to be bis willi a Hills .vrfclch havo come aller four and a hill lie asked.. "There are two lie answer- ed. "First, let us deel with the''local uerchaot. Very oHen his business lielhods are not even elementary; he falls to'cooperate with his fellow- nierchaata. Sometimes there are too many stores of a klud, and moro than oiteu he has failed.lo get the confi- dence of the tamers. firmer is often to He Is often M. P. Agent, his received word that Decem- ber 9th is tlie. iMt day for the, filing ot questionnaires with local tcarda In tho Unllcd Stales. Any tween tho agcB.ot IS nnd 35 Inclusive, who has nut already., returned his questionnaire must seo that It readies his local board oa or before that date, under penalty'of the li'-w. Question- naires may be'conipleled before any officer having power, to, admlulslfr o'aius. f Tlio first war tluio eel farm own- ed by the'Thiimo'a conservancy; 'who, not to b'es behind In palrlollo or Imvo imt purchnsed elvers or eol Bpawn lo rcplonlsh ihp Mony other dlslrlcts -are- followlnE suit in ordev Ihot Ibis rich nnd nutri- tive food BhouW yield us its utmost during theso Icon limes. was tho homo .of many Herman fish was their business to purchase younj; eels at Bin all C6st from lOMl anglers, to doapalch them to Germany for Tat- tcniiig and then to Britain's own produce to nllllngBgalo A novel Idea and one which repaid ho German authorities win) tinanceil iho scheme over and over again, an much aa a year being madl out of Tit-Dlts. Announcement Is iG ,V A. H. Cocq, well-known newspaper- man of Ihe city,'ien the acllvo management ot tho.jrmpress Iheatre. relievlim Ch'as. Ilanse'n, who Is leaving shortly for a Irlo >o recuperate his health. Mr. Cocq, through Ills news- paper eipericnce. Is' In close touch vith the, motion picture business, and hopes to he able to give Empress pa- rons the liest of service.- In entering ho new iieltl XJr. Caul especls lo be able to remain In close touch jwith newspaperdom for Vvhicli he a'soil spot in his heart. Ho entercd'oh hri new "duties today. ml a ehinc" lo tignrp on bis get away from flull surronndlngs to at- nbny c oierchanl a ctiance to uu SSS- the result: brii, to both hradlve ur an centre. MR BIGGER MRACnONS TO VISIT HBRIDGE there is i rcsullant lack of harmony between these two clasies of the com- munity. "This condition in the business life of the community reacts on the soclel side. The town is dead; nothinE do- ing summer or winter. 'Die farmers o> members of his family Tfhb might otherwise drive in after -work find no presenting ictlvllies-lhat will enliven tho mo ol Ihe folk !a tbo country and country towns, bring them together teach them ;he ot llrlng logelhcr their homes together, trad BOOST, BOOST AGAIN Dooat your city, boost your Boost the loilco that you nttend, Boost'tho street ou' which youro dwelling, Boost the goods tbat yon are selling, Boost Iho people round.ohout you, They can. Bet along without you; Uul success' will quicker find them It they know that you're behind them. Roost for every forward movement, Boost for every now Improvement, Boost tho man for whom you labor, Boost the stranger and tbo neighhor, Cease to bo a chronic knojker, Cease to ho a progress blo.cker, tho time." You DMttHave To Farher Concert Company just who wiriV tonl MfJ share in the ttie beautiful rat coat. It's our pr.ces sale such a success. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1RV1N S. COBB, Humorist THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, THE SCHUBERT SEXTETTE cent MARCH 25. Montaville Flower, lecturer APRIL (Date to be Winter's Enter- tainment for x Sown Ticket! OB Sale Next l: Farner Concert Co., ImnS.Cobb, Scha- Flower, 75c; Total, All for Season CURTAIN NETS SWEATERS DRESS GOODS COMFORTERS CORSETS NECKWEAR HOSIERY FLANNELETTES, SHEETINGS, PILLOW COTTONS UNDERSKIRTS DRESSES WOOLEN SCARFS AND TOQUES LADIES' COATS -GREY FLANNEL Pure wool grey flannel at.a price that it within lie, reach'of crai the most modest pockel book. 23 inches wide. JleguUr valiic 60c. ne-iuluslms 98-INCH SHEETING Heavy imuortcd .In, lieavy and a Tvidtb that you may use for the length of a sheet if jou desire. Its worth il.ZS'j-art: Re-adjusting... OC- Sale LADIES'VESTS odd lot ot cotton vests with-long and high nect Gcod Tearing qoal- ity and they sell as high, ns GOc-ln the regular way. MEN'S UNDERWEAR 'Men Ihis is your opportunity'lo buy -ood heavy ribbed undenvear in shirts and drawers at a big saving, well mads tilling plenty pt warmth. Special value ?1.50 each. IKSad- IOC Sale, CASHMERE HOSE ladles' Cashmers Hose in values that we cannot rcplaco today at almost double the money, lull fashioned and goort med- ium Quality. "Worth S3e. AQf LADIES' COMBINATIONS 100 anils ot ladles' heavy fleeced fin- ished combinations, made In anMe length and long Bleeve. Splendid'raluo at Iho regular prlco '2.00. Re-adjusting -i f A Sale A Beautiful Ontario RATCtfAT fuH-lenglh, 1918 style, lined Ihrouch'out >vith Silk Poplin, Worth per icent Off ladies' Coats Ever? coal marked at aalo prices. This means a EHlng on every cost no matter what Its former price. Zt% u4 Orer on every coil mean? saving wortl; while right HOT Just when you re- quire 11- All onr cold wealier k to come. 10 be prepared.. TO BE GIVEN AWAY ESTIMATE THE NUMBEh OF SILKEEN DISPLAYED IN-OUR WINDOW AND TO THE NEAREST ESTIMATE W WILL GIVE AWAY THE BEAUTIFU COAT DESCRIBED ABOVE. To the second nearest oallmale- Te wl beautiful SILK DRESS, Qfl To Iho third nearest Cilin.sts IV n hancliojne SILK WAftT; value lUiV 5.00 ah To Uie fourth nearest estimate dale 1HOPPING BAG, value To tic fifth newest csllraate a pair ol tho but KID QLOVES OR SILK O CA TOCKINGS3, vUuo.............. Ono callmale allowed with every pur- chase ot 51.CO over. Conlcet commences- Tbursdny. 2Sth KoTOnlber, contest St'.nrday, Mlh December. WINNER ANNOUNCED MONDAY FOL- LOWING DECEMBER 30th, INVHERALO. RYLANDS CO. BIG 10-DAY SALE ;