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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1918 is^iE LBxmnmcK ijArtjr herald THE SMILE IN YOyR H^ART tin the Bank of Happiness hoar/i your smiles, i . Cofatlnftally setting apart, And days ot � trouble, -will find you ,' brave "Witjli a smile tUat Is In your heart. 'A word or a sm'lle from a friend you loved, i A flower that bloomed a day, lA sunset rare and a moon-swayed night, \ , ^ All gathered alone the way. lA giad surprise from a written page, A {picture you looked at long, lA dream you had by a dying fire, A istrain of an olden song. Days may be oonilng dark and lonir. When sorrow will not depart; (But at least yon will braver be and ; strong/ , For the smiles that are in, your heart! '  I � � j -Mrn. Micawber. *  * ? '> -5- � ^- :�� ?� Mr H. Wllmot was a business visitor in the city on Wednesday from Calgary. ' � - # * * * � Mi R. L. Burr, ot Lnclcy Strike, vas 'a visitor in the city at the beginning of the -week. Mr. and Mrs: J, Harry Alexander and family have moved from their late residence, on Sixth avenue,' to 944 .Thirteenth street. ��   . Nursing Sister Lieut; ina Sage 'leaves Edmonton tonight tor overseas. Mrs. James Larson, of Wlnnitred, Is l\l with pneumonia in the city. Mf: Larson has come from Winnifred to be with his wife. Mrs. A. Wyman and family, who have been ill, are now progressing favorably. I Mrs. J. L: Peacock has been entertained at a number ot social affairs in Medicine Hat .prior to, her depar- ture, to reside in New York. I � )V � Miss Hail, of Taber, is a visitor in the city.    social events  * � /  . > ? * �  ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? : : FOOD board FLASHES The lecture, "A Travel 'Talk on Rome and Its Art," fo be given at 8 o'clock tonight in the Y. M. C. A. audtltorlum by Mr. 1. (D. Higin-batbam, will be illustrated, the slides haVing been obtained from the Alberta University. ,It is hoped that as many members as possible will be present with their guests, also the teachers ahd pupils ot tl>e High school, to hear this interesting jlec-ture. Although there has beeii no sicJt-ness in the Christian church, it is being fumigated so) that there will be no risk for those attending on Sunday. .    A miscailaneous shoirer/ will be held at the home of Mrs. DeVeber, 592 Eighth street^ on Thursday ;-Qfterr A mother in the home, or a man or woman "it bcisi-hess, with nerves undone and thie ^ygtem genially feeling the strain, should find Wohdisrful help in Po\vr4>rfMl sedatives or strong medicines are htfttit-forming and dangerous. The logical help isa ^rm > m nourishment abundant in tonic properties. ^ Scott'p hnngs strength to the bbciy, through nourishment that is felt in every part. ff^inem* Most Of the learfors ot this generation along-all lines of endeavor were raised on tlio farms of Canada where the mode of living was economl-caj, sound and healthy. If Canada is to forge ahead, it will be because hei* peojjW revive the habits of living and simple diet of the last gen6ra-tion. This involves no hardship. It spells economy and improved health. It will help in the reconstruction and upbuilding of all Canadian iudus-tires. Thrift does not- imply meanpess. It is merely good buslivess applied to the homo. Thrilt and industry will quickly liquidate Canada's war debtk ? ? ? ? ? : ? ? ? ? pay visits to country ? ? towns ? ? ? : : ? : ? .j (Credit Men's Journal) The recent trip of W. J. Keyes, of I the University of Manitoba, and J. H. ; Curie, secretary of the Manitoba' Board of the Retail Merchants' Assoc-. iation, and the work done by those i gentlemen in fiirthering comnierciai-education, is well worth recounting. DuWng their trip, Mr. Keyes and Mr. Curie visited twenty towns in Manitoba, in fifteen of which meetings were held to present the work already done by the ITniverslty of Manitoba in commercial education, and ascertain what support would be given by the business men' of the country towns if the University should deem it fit to place a busiiiesB expert in the field and undertake tp organize classes in poups of towns throughout the province. �  ! . J. H. Curie, who is also secretary of the Advisory Committee on Commercial Education, outlined at each meet-ipe the various- s(,eps wlUch lead up ,t6| the formation 6t thatl- committee, .'and the suc'dess Whicli attended i^e\ evening lecture coiUWes aid ,^;he s^ec-fi'Z short ctfurs'e 1ft business ottered by, the University in February, 1918. The latter, he' .sald^^-.was/attendejl byrlS* -Students, cohsistYrig of merchants and clerks 4rawn,,.from Manitoba, Saskat-1. ohewan. and Western. Ontario, while .193 city'business iJeople attended the special lectures. , s It was found that a great mg,ny'were unable to take advantage of the lectures owing to ,heing'short-handed. When'this was brought to the attention of the advisory committee it was considered advisable to have a survey made as to the possibilities /for extension work in commercial education! i'he. serviqes of AV. J. Keyes were secured for one montli, and he was directed to get as much informa-lioji as possibje bearing on this subject and submit a report on his return. At the meetl'ngs referred to; Mr. Keyes delivered a short address 'on "Moilern Methods, in Business;" and also distriButed a retail merchants' 'seryice in pamphlet form, which was much appreciated by those present. Ho also submitted fftcts and figures on the causas of failure in business; waste caused by frequent changeg In business^ and;, the remedies; whlcli \^ been an^ are now being applied tcL>reduce the "busiiiess death rate." " Following the talks given by the Tepr�se,ntatives of the University, opportunity was'given for �discussion by local business men and women. At each of the towns where nieetlngs yrere' held, petitions addressed to the tJniverslty were signed, asking fflr a series oflflve lectures -in busiuesjS to be delivered In the, town. The plan referred to would require the services of a business expert who would,organize merchants and clerks li>t6'cjassSs of sufficient size to warrant the ^course. The towns selected would be. visited by the expert one Might;' p'fei-. Week for five weeks. , This arrangement would make it possible for five towns to each receive a course of five lectures. At the same time, business, conditions could be studied and iiiformatlou compiled for future iise in meeting problems peculiar to the town visited, ''^. The editors of country, newspapers were deeply interested in the proposal of'the'Unly-ersity to help those unable to,.take advantage of the course offered iii'Winnipeg. Professional men were enthusiastic, anij^in many cases stated thUt they also wouId'e^roU as .students in' order to-assist in making the woi'k a success. . In^ipreparing for the meetings Opportunity was given whereby the, repre-santatlyes, met and aonvers'ed With a great many business people, including merchants, clerks, )3Bnkers, editors, pViBttChers, � 'teiachei'B,>jlOci|;oi*;i lawyers, farmers, '^railway agents, ' hotel men, ^municipal ofllcials and others. These were all able to form fairly accurate e|ti#ates,;a8' t^;the';ij;v�iuni^ of, bhsl-n^f9^goli)g oy^of tlie various' towns " e'straSKtii or f^veakn'essi ofKtho SljBOillCTORYBOND FOR GUESSING THE BEANS IN THE JAR. 3PECIALS FROM THE DRYGOODS DEPT. Flannelefte Slicus in svliite and ei-ey, size 10-'!. Regular o| oq $2.85. Special ............. Ct.��tU Flannelette .SlKHiiK in white and grey, sl?.e 11-4. fleRular n $3.50. Special ............ CfVU Flannelette SlicytH in wiilte and grey.'- size 12-i. Hcgiilar �j /jq $4.50. Special ............ 0�\iif  HERE'S A SNAP! BROADCLOTH 54 Indies wide, in black and saxe only. Regnlar $.').0O. q /jq Special, yard ............ J.ftif (Limited to (1 yaid.s (lach at this : . prici.'.j ^ / THREE PIECES ONLY GABARDINE 50 /inches wide. Colors blacl;, saxc '(and wine, ReKular -i Oiq $2.00. Special, yard ..... LtOjj COMFORTERS 20 only of above in self and fancy designs. Regular ?(i.50. C AQ Speciai . ........ ........ o.TtJ (See them in tlie window.> .....15 COMFORTERS Well made and filled and in a variety of coloring.s and designs. Regular $4.B0. * n Qn Special................ 0�VU TERRY TOWELS The "Morocco" brand white with pink borders, size 27x54. 30 prs only at this price. Regular $1.50. Special ........ UjfC ROLLER TOWELS 3 yards long and' IS Inches wide. Regular OOc, /jq Special............^...... OSfC SPECIALS FROM THE FOOTWEAR DEPT., Boys' all leather gunmetal sfiliool boots, bl,ueli4f make. Sizes^^i^^lO :. :. $2.99 Size* 11 lb 13 . . $3.49 iLADlte GUNMETAL - ^^�HOES In button or blucher styles. Tops a combination ot patent leath-ei- and clo^v- Has ,.a very smart appearance.^Ail sizes from 3 to 7. Spibial ......, Satiday Specials AT THE BAY BE SURE AND SIGN YOUR $100 VICTORY BOND FREE COUPON $100 VICTORY BOND FREE A CHANCE WITH EVERY CASH PURCHASE OF $1.00 UPWARDS.  . . SPECIALS FROM THE MEN'S WEAR DEPT. REMNANT CLEARANCE To make room in our fixtures for all our Christmas novelties, wy. are effecting a grand o.learanco of all our odds and ends. These v;)ll be placed on tables down our north aisle. Come and look them over-it will save you dollars, for they have been marked down to about HALF THE USUAL PRICE Dozens of bargains will be found here consisting of Brbadclcths Melton Cloths Twe(ALF:' LADIES' FALL AND WINTER' COATS All our coats ranging in price up to $30.00, to beclcar-ed at $18,89 Ajll pjir ,6oat..a-^ ranging in 'price' HIP to $40.00, to be cleared- at :.j  $2S|89^; ^.Compare these prices'' with thoSe prevailing ielse- ;where. / Odd lines of .leraey Suits, onljf heavy ribbed wool Jersey Sajts,.colors navy blue, Jsize 21'., Reg-, o' ^ q ular $4.00. Spedial � only .Iersey Suns, uavy him. size 2t) and 2S. Regular $3.00. Special .......... only. All Wool Browi .Iersey Suits, sizes 28 and 28. Regular $5.00. Specml .... Men's heavy ribbed Combination i;nderwoar. Htanfieirt make, size.-! ;!S to 42. Special .............. Alen .s (!oat Sweaters, nice medium weight, in brown, navy and maroon. A Cfk Special.................. -I.all SPECIALS FROM THE LADIES' WEAR DEPT. A dandy lino m Ladies' Vesta lii either short or long sleevee. .lust the thing for this weather. QQ.>, . Special ................... vJf.C Bungalow Aprons, a new shipment just arrived, either light or dark. All size.-s from 3t> to f .�----...-. :i '.j Green with insertion size W incU'el^. ileguiar $1.35. Special.......... $100 VICTORY BOND FREE someone,has to win it. why: not, you? If boMers, I; j "Wefteriet''BaiA:itui* > Size 24X4C. Colors pHik and biai i must look after tiie soldleis; they must find vocatioiig; tliey'must .place COST OF u. S.'s PART 'IN THE BIG-WAR WASHINGTON, Nov. 29.-It cost $5,645,000,000 to run the Am-'erlcan aVmy during the year ending June 30 last; $1,368,000,000 for the navy and $1,516,000,000 for the civil government proper. The shipping board spent $862,000,000. and $1B1,POO,000 was paid out In pensions. These figures are showh today by the annual report of John Burke, treasurer of the United States to Secretary McAdoo. The report show the public debt on June 30 was $12,396,000,000. KING OUT TOR WAUK r PARIS, NoV. 29.-Kin* Gebrge. with the Prince ofmies itnit Prm OEAO i must leave austria COPBIS^HAGEIN, Nov. 29:4Former Emperor Charles has been informed by the government at 'Vienna that he must leave Austria because of the counter-revolutionary movement there, according to a' Leipslc diSpatcli to the Politlken. SENTENCE YEGGMEN J QUiBBBC, Nov. 29.-Sentence was passed today by iNlajgialrate Carriveau on th% .Scott Bank robbers. John Drew received a sentence of seven years and five year ferrfls were allotted to Robert Young, Edward Arthur, Jjlttl^, Jame8,-"McKay ^nd William ScJolt." ^ . IS POSTPONED .RBGINAi Sask., N6v,"29':t-The open-|'S,ng of.the Saskatchewan Legislature scheduled for IJec. 3 has be'e'n postponed until Dec. 6 owing to the ab.-. sfTvi^^B offefedLby ^tlie;, tp^|tho people'of 'tt* tfade'ttferHtory. Tfioy ware alsa stile io measuru tike amount of co-operatfve" spirit that had developed in districts and to observe the results which had been accomplished through united effort and a well conceived Idea of community service. '^The thermorocier of business. giye way to strong, vigorous appeals tor community betterment, In short, the re'pr'* PROHIBIT GBRMAN COIN PARIS, Nov. 29.-The, government baa Issued .a - d^crpe problbUlng, the Importation ot German bank hoteS, �f,)jB� or ftuy oliviw monetary medium. Individuality is th(e Keynote of a Perfect Porti-ait -( i ...... ...... _ ' ^ Bringing out the real personalit)f-the fine:R,9int:a in character-*tK(e little traits that make us whstt"- we^are-^...'-1%: - Our photos are not a.-;thing of paper and .pasteboaifd -with a" ready made look. ... Jf yoii want a-J>liot6-of your leal self-of (*hac your friends^, ee and admire,/call on us. a v "g ALUSON 65 ;