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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IS KIEL ,'iBBRLIN,- Nftv. 29.-The vital�i,if Berlin, the publlcatiou of which bernotore hits been prohibitpd. ore I.OXDOX, N'ov. 2S.-(Brlliah wireless Forvlce)-A Copenhagen corres-1 pmidont savs that at 6 o'clock yester-j THE BIG HOTELS !N GOTHAM AHEUSINd GIRL WAITRESSES nil': uaiimuDai^ daily hehaU) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, iib#'.av^nable. They disclose the al-lday morning, two squadrons ot British most catMtrophic effect of the wars: warships pofsed the Skaw, jJenomrK-, prtTAtlons on the people of Berlin The excels of births over dwitlis in lilS *as 11,766. lu 1016. there was ail excess of deaths over births of 4,440, and there were , 15.397 more �deaths than births in 1917. These Ar-uret; of b^nith- Kails has; pnc,] walkoiit by employing women been sppointed manager of the^ Bruk i .^^.,i^rosses. The women w^ore obtained of Commerce at Brockville. ; through Federal employment agencies. ---^----~-----' �-----' J. Barlow, jWUo �ti�?a8 accused,of linv-ijjg been criminally rosponaiblo for the dontli.ot;A, Plcnifl of Winslow. > Barlow .Mras acting :aa miliary po Ice ifmck' %'l|ej[v gici^lUiad- lieon iMol *bj Pte. Henry Crandall; wiTo* wiaa h^xind guilty of mansluughter, It was �'Alleged that he failed to provide the fiodlcal littenHlon wlricli tmight. aiavij] avea thofli;^ ot,|l}e,jlQcpttseil,^^ ,^ show FRIENDLY FEELING .VALPARAISO,, -Nov.. 29-,-During..� patriotic niedtjirig^; li.el.d; last n.Ight to counteract the efjcrbt; 6� a spodqli Ijj! " a Socialist meiribei'of, cohgress against, Bolivia, It was decided that a visit should bo paid to tlio Bolivian consu feelln, livln. tl.' .- t^'i --------  - - � -- IRVIN S. COBB HERE ON JAN. 30TH. REOPENING DEC. 2 ; ; GarbuttBusiness College 411 EIGHTH STREET,SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE Some time ago wo advertised an increase from $15,00 to $16,50 in our monthly tuition rate for Day School. This increase will not take effect till December IGth next; that is, if you enter before December Hi, you w-ill bo on titled to the. old rate throughout your ontirc-course. NO CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS As there will be no Christma.s holidays this year, apart from Clirietmaa and New Year's Day, your course will not be interrupted It you enter now. The CollegB'Drtio6 will be open on Thursday, Prldfty and Sat;> nrda.v ot this week from 3 to 6 p.m. for inquirers. OFFICE PHONE 1315 A. M. FISHER Principal : RESIDENCE PHONE ' 1531 -  being 4 t ^i^f'Yoiir Opportunity feT Save Money-FRIDAY and SATURDAY Standarii Peas, 3 cans for .. 50s . ifDenalee Cafn, 2 can't for .. 45c ^;r]Temateea, 2 cana for......45c ytardlnea, Brunawick, 3 tins 25c ^alman, Secktye, 3 tins for 70c VOeltfeii Syrup, 2/.lb. tins, 2 J tinia for................. 5oc "Jally Pawdar, 2 pkga. for :. 25c ^einc Sweat Pickles, 12 oz. bettlfe ........,......... 30c llndia Relish, ni/z oz. bottle 30c -Pearl Barley, 10c per lb., 3 * lbs. for ................. 25c Clark's Pork and Beans, Tomato Sauce, 2 lb. tins, 2tins for ................ 45c Pure Apple Butter, 3 glasses 55c Table Figs, 2 lbs. for----.. 65; Sunlight Soap, 7 bars.......50c .Lilac Rose Soap, 2 pkts. .. 25o Royal Cr^wn Soap, 10 bars . 55c Lennox Soap, 9 bbrs____.. 50e Lux, 2 pkga. for ......... 25e Good Eating Apples,-6 lbs. 45c Lemons, dozen ........... 65c BING WO .carrots, TURNIPS, CABBAGE AND CELERY, ETC., ALWAYS a GOOD STOCK ON'HAND. 20 thirteenth STREET N. RHONE 1872r ordered, and r.!ore women are taken on every day. The strike commlt.too sent out a statement aeoia'-ing that the "slavery and oxpli.nation" of the waiters' trade would soon "break down the health of the girls. The employers can't exist without the men, who have learned tlio .waiters' and cooks* trade from years of cNpsrience." SAVEFOODTQ FEED EOiPE WASHINGTON, Nov. 23.-An intensive campaign -to- bflng home to the American people the need for fobd conservation, so that 300,000,000 hungry people in Europe andxhe Near East may be fed will be conducted next week by the food ddministration. Beginning Sunday, when a message from Food Administrator Hoover will be read in the churches ail over the ^ ^ , ^d^ntn^ every {)ossible medium will man were distributed among many of used during the week to awaken f^^^^^ t"^.!^- ^ l""-?" the nation to its "opportunity for re- to go out. Th,s feature of _the^stnke .j^g.^.g^ ^nd sacrifice for the from the is being Invjestigated ;by the Depart ^Bieiit of Justice. - ^ � A't the-McAlpin it'was. said" that when the waiters went out they refused to serve the Red Cross workers, and that they went into the kitchen and forced some of the girls to go out, the girls weeping as they did so. Restaurants Being Feminized The" action of the waiters has merely accelerated a feminine encroachment in their vocation which w-as al- llves of millions j^^Ieased German yoke." v '�; VISIT TO RUSSIAN IMPERIAL FAMILY STOCKHOLM-Dagens Nylieter publishes a telegram from;; the Danish Professor Holman, who'is travelling in Russia, pursuing his studies of the Russian peasantry, and has succeeded after much difficulty itw^Yifiting tthe ready well under way.due to the war's Dowager Empress -^lam and otlisr demands on man-power; Now 'thV ho-.members ot the Ru6�al^mperial>fam- Thit Ad. Will Not Appear Again.-Clip It Out Soldiers' Kiddies Christmas Festival WILL BE HELD AT Main Pavilion, Fair Grounds Saturday, Dec. X4th 2:30 to S:30 P.M. The Lethbridge Rotary Club invites all the kiddies of soldiers, do matter what branch ot the service, whether ofer'seas, returned or deceased to participate in this event. Parents or guardians may accompany-youBfer children.  ' In order that ndnH'.'i'^j' bb overlooked, aiid so that tickets, good for street car fare to and from the grounds and good also Ijpr en trance'to VtJi.e.'Giiristmas ti-ee,. may be raii.l.ed or deliyored to each child prior to December 14, parent* or gu'araianB of"^'soldier.i' Jclddies are requested to fill out the following coupon and mail it not later than next Monday, Dec.-2. (NOTE.-Parents or guardians who have already handed in the names of their children need not fill out the coupons, as the comiiiittee already has the names listed.) tels are advertising for women cooks as well as for waitresses- Is the hotel chef's domain also to be invaded? ff so, it is not apprehended that -woman's control of '.the kitchen "will cause any serious detnrloratibn - of culinary standards in a general hotel cooking. And, in fact, the entire feminiza-i lion 0� restaurant service may be viewed with eiiuanlmity. Many of the great resort hotels have Eonployed women hSlp in dining-room and Jcitch-en without disadvantage, and the.demands of military necessity are but helping on Uie transition elsewhere. In city restaurants of the cafe and cabaret order and restaurants with night patronage, no doubt men will be preferred as waiters. But it is probable (aal the day of the male waiter has p.issed. As late as Thursday, Oscar, of the Waldorf-Astoria, reported that "the women were doing beautifully, and j were a permanent fixture of the hotel' j service." 1 As proof of this "performaiKie" uni-j furinr, for the waitresses have been ACIDS IN SrOMACIi CAUSE INDIGESIi Create Gas, Sourncsis: and Puiny How To Treat. Medical authorities state that nearly, niue-tenths of the cases of stomach ' *^onate hini. ily in the Crimea. % . ' The ex-Tsar's summer resideiice qit Livadia, afn SL piano selection by the celeb^ rated Andre Benoist. It is Godard's ^'Second Mazurka." What we hear-ythose mighty chords/those runs of stirring crescendo, those soothing modulated passages-^ah! what we hear is not a mere resemblance,' not an imitation of piano tone. ^ It is as much Benoisf and his marvelous playing as though the great French virtuoso was sitting there at our own piano. Only this h Music. There, is nothing more in music to wish for* There is nothing more to be obtained. Hear the New Edison yourself. Its ''Re-creation" of ati iii* strument or the human voice is really mar>relou8. Has per-manent diamond point, no needles to change. Inlays all makes of records, Easy terms if you wish. Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd- Dealers Lethbridge it The Phonograph with a Soar 36007?12 23 49194243 ;