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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta HHIIMY, NOVEMBER 29, 1918 -I-IIE HICHAM) PA.GE K SMILE IN HEART the of Happiness hoard your smiles, Coullnually Belling apart, :And Jays or trouble, will find you WUi a sralle ttial is In your heart. 'A word or a smile Iron) a friend you 1 A (lower lint bloomed a day, turn la reside In New Vorb. I Dill, o( Tntjcr. Is a i-tillor In the clly. SOCIAL 9 f v Usl evening the'stall of Ihe Weil- 'A sunset raro aud a moon-swayed Canada Agency held u Jolly i 1 Ail gathered along Hie way. [log parly ul Iho river bottom. Good 'A fitad turpriBC fioni a written paje, A picture you looked at long, !A dream you lad by a dying fire, 'A Strain ot an olden Bone. may uo cumlng dark and long, Wlicn sorrow will not depart; >Hut at least you will braver lia and slrniif, For Uio smiles mat are In your i' heart! 1 -j Jlrs. Mlcawljer. v f o v v PERSONAL :ce, splendid wealber i and blight ]onflrcs linlped to make a cheerful evening's enjoyment. Following this party were eulerlalned hy Mr. Mrs. II. Mac-bay tt tliclr on Thirteenth street soulli, fr 44 CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES noon, December 5, lii :ttd of .St. 1'at- rick's cliurch bazaar. v t FOOD FLASHES Most of tlie luaiAirs of (Ills generation along- all lines of endeavor were raised OH tlie farms ol Canadn wliuro Hie t- i, mode of living li'as economl- sound and healthy. If possibilities (or extension work in commercial educnr lion'. The services 61 W. J. Keyes were secured for ono month, and ho was directed to get as much Informa- tion as possible hearing on this sub- ject and submit a report on his return. Al.tbe meetings referred to; :-Mr. yes :a short address 'on odeni Methods-Mil and also' distributed a'retail merchants' service pamphlet form, wlilctrwaa luch apnreclftted by Ihoae present- He also BubmH'.eL1 (nr'ji find figures OH Hie causes ot failure in tnisineEs; by frequent changes, in and. the 'remedies whicli hJive .been and are. now being Bppjlcd "husiheES death Following: fhe talks given by- tho reprftsealallves of the University, op- portunily ii'aE1 given for discussion by local business aien and women. At ot '.he lowns where meetings were'held, petitions addressed to the University were signed, asking for n lectures -In business 'to dellTered In the. town. The plan referred to woutd require the services of a business expert who merchants and clerks into'olssHfvof sufficient size lo war-. rent the'courge. The towns selected; would be. TlaiteJ by the eipert ono for lire weeks. .This arrangement would make It possible Tor. Ovo towns to encn receive a course of flrc lectures. At llic same lima business conditions .could be and .informvtlou for lulnre use in 'meeting problems pecul- iar to the town visited. The editors of country, newspapers I were deeply interested In the proposal to help those unable (alike arfvkntaEe of the course offered In Professional men were enthualasllc. many cases ed t'hVl tjiey rtcnls In' order (oissist In making Ihe worlc a success. ItvpTeparing for the meetings Oppor- lunlty was given s-itstlrea met ajii oojivcrsed will] a great many business people, Including r-lerks, bankers, editors, SPECIALS FROM THE DRYGOODS DEPT. Klanneletic Klipnts in white and i-iey, size 1W. ni oft J2.S5. Special SlPMitn in un-1 grey, sl.'o Ut (tsgular O QQ ?3.50, SpooJal LiiW Klannclellc Klu'tt.i in an-1 slzo 12-i CQ {4.0U. -HERE'S A SNAP! BROADCLOTH at Inches wlli-. In hlack ami saie only. HcRular ?5.00. o IQ Spocfal, ysrd (l.lmllcd to C uuill al llllj price, l THREE PIECES ONLY GABARDINE inclics Yi'Me. Special, yanl COMFORTERS 20 only oi alj'jvo in self an'.l fancy (Sco ihem in the 15 COMFORTERS Well maJe ILLHI ritlecl and In a variety o( colori'jgs and Regular ?4.50. o ftn TERRY TOWELS Tlie Ifrsnd wliile wJHi pink borderF, stee 27xoV 30 prs only at this price, 51.50. QQ ROLLER TOWELS 3 yards lonu anil'IS Inches wide. Regular 90c, fiQr Special SPECIALS FROM THE FOOTWEAR noyfi1 all leather gunmetal school IjQOlB, iTlE'.IS.- Sizes 11'Vo 13 AT THE BAY BE 'SURE AND SIGN YOUR VICTORY BOND FREE COUPON VICTORY BOND FREE A CHANCE WITH EVERY CASH PURCHASE OF UPWARDS. REMNANT To inaKe rooin In our lixturos tor all our ('hristmn.T arc rffpctlnt; a graud clearanoc of all our niids ecidt-'. These vriJl JJR plared OH tables tloivn cur norlJi C.omc ami look ihem ovor-ti will nave you for Oiey havfi ltC4.'ii marked to HALF THE USUAL Dozens of will be found here consisting Meteors filcllon J Shephtrd Serges Hopsack and Faille, Silk Velvets and Foulards Pillow _______ GUNMETAL I-SHOES' In bullon or hlucher styles. Tops a combination of pa (.eat leath- er and cloth- Has ,a very smart -All Klzes fi'om i IA 3 to 7. Special........... LADIES' SPATS Kor.faH :TTOar. whito, black, grey different shades of brown. Special, 9 9C pair LtlLiJ DON'T OVERLOOK THESE Compare (hose prices they have been made tlie object oE ensuring a speedy clearance. You need a Von need a suit? You need a Hero lli'ey are at a cost to bring you real AND DON'T FORGET TO SIGN YOUR VICTORY SILK FALL WINTER' RtBUlar any values, ervatlon our coals rang- to he in prtce up to ID It cleared at TUe latest f eU in r.nlora oC our lieaCQcl; "b 1 n o, -rose, laupp, Alberta Is iuak-inE such on 'price up to (o he cleared at t.urgimdy. Jjroiifi, regular price pljrpia ftlld uiarkM-'pii fnly. every Compare these AND yoii iee It; anil p'rkba wilh prevailing COUPON "r JUST HALF" T SPECIALS FROM THE MEN'S WEAR DEPT. UOil lines of Jeraoy Kuils, 'A only heavy ribbud wool Jersey ftuiu, col-'' OM navy hlun, ttvg; O 1 Q ular M-00' 'j only Jersey Suits, uavy blu'1. slip. 2ti ami 28. ItoRular i QQ {100- S'itcciat............ liUO" 7 only. All Wool Hruvva Hulta, slzfj '2t> an'l 2R. o QQ ufar )leu'.-i heavy rlbtod CoMiblnnllun Underwear, Staufic-lil nuke, slzeJ 10 42. j r -I Special.................. Men's Coat .SM'ealfit, nice med- luui ill brown, uavy auJ jiiarnon. J Special ......r........... SPECIALS FROM THE LADIES' WEAR DEPT. A dandy linr: In Indies' Vesla Hi either shorl ur IQDR sleevcK. .lust. thfr Ihlug Tor Lliia weallicr. AQ .Special................... "W Bungalow Akrons, a new ulijp- ment juat arrlvctl, RlLlier )lgljL V dark. All train 30 to AJ- J'j. Snecial Infaht's Bearskin t'oals In sizes 20 lo 24. Values lo Special.................'. Chlld'R Fleece-lined natural 18 io iB. Kegular GOc. Special...... SPEClALS FROM THE HOUSE FURNISHINGS j Tungsten Lighb 25 Walt, 5 in box, tegular -i ffk 12.25. for, boi Watt, 5 In lior, reg- 7fl ular for hor 50 Wall, 5 In box, regular n AQ J2.75 for, box GO Vt'alt, 5 in'ljoi, regular n QQ J3.75 tor, box............ Axminstcr Stair Carjpet .In VICTORY BOND FREE SOMEONE HAS TO WIN IT. WHY' NOT YOU? Widow lli green, sizes 36 'incl'.'ST: 14. lsr 70. Ia! OC t "Green wltli inserlion lioWiara, 'size 36 IncfeB. Regular J1.35. l.lD "WwUrierJ'Baltics O Size Din Regular ?2.25. Special )i.l'- .f iii N6. 1 JONATHAN APPLES No. 1 APPLES All Wrapped and Delivered Free AND THREE CONSQLA- TION PRIZE6 FOR GUESS- ING THE nset or fills accordjny to the at- mosphere of salesmanship in which il is bathed." TLc business of a. comrounlly Is great or small In proportion to Hie team'work developed and ot (he town arid trade, territory.- They found Lbat where there was co-operation among the merchants U developed along tbe lines ot yiving .lhe farmer better] service, for helping generally, anil for: even assistance in siookliig his grain, or for oilier such hflprul purposes. _ i Tbey also found'tUere were many very coaiiietcnt nierclianls, hut that a very large perceiitiKe o[ llioso cngag- eil (n business Tvere? In great need or helpful instruction, and udvicc in (1) buying and arranging stock, (2) keep- ing proper books oE accounts nnrt rcc- otils, (3) dcrelopment of trade, and knowledge, of other successful merrlianlE. Manyi-of the merchants Tlsiled suggested of wKolcsalcrA wouhl nay (hem nn tiii- jiunl Tiaij, _antl lherc_ should be 'jj'n-' the part or assisting aqd Jo'ltin .'ouLalde icpnipetilJon juphlem. Everywhere (here appeared lo be a greater dealrc Tor greater com- munity co operation. What sccnteii.to be Jiee3ed rabsl leaaershlp, enough to.bruab astdo local j pr, firniera. 'railway aecntg. lioLei men, ofllc'els and olaera. These wer? able to form fairly accsJi'sts eJllaalM aS if, bttsl- JJift varloua aiilI six We IB or-weakn'ws: of, the Isffvlcts offered" hy (lie, I OKU 10 trade ''territory, Tfiey I wftrt mcbsnrc inc amount of ro-operaMre'spirlt liial had (level- i oped In dlstrlclA and lo obscn-e the which had been accomplished through united effort and A well con- I celren of community service, of MONTHEAL. Nov. whole svorld is parsing through a. grave economic it is not extrava- gance to ray iiiileaa tlic siluation la Canada Is handled wHIi care and delicacy, nol by politicians, hut by men of vision, ti-problem ivill bo pre- .scnted will be fiiU'oI Herbert Holt made Ihe forced- ing remafks in an Interview yesterday cm Ifio iireseut slluallon.due to recon- struction period. "Tim government.1 said Sir Herbert; a supremo rtuty in this.most Im: Iiorlant matter, Mial Is. (o eschew pol- Itlcs'and to lake bojtl ot Ihe-sitnallou alri'iiiy, with liigb purpose, wllh the sale thought, of.linrmoolzlne all legitimate Jnte'rcslV Now, our are about lo conic'bace> nf the Eovernaiebl Is The business handle this prejudice based upon' that indifference big thing Itself. Tliat Is lo Ihni i-hich lias liccn consl.inl long enough. It must not delegate- the hftiniling fought Cor'us, to o govcminenl COST OF U. S.'s PART -IN .THE BIG.WAR WASHINGTON, Nov. cost ko run the Am- ertcan army during (he year end- in? June 30' 1-ut; for tht navy and for the civil government proper. The shipping board ipent and was paid out in pensions. These flaures are shown today by the annual report oF 'John Burke, Ireiturcr of the Unit- ed States to Secretary McAdoo. The report show the public debt on June 30 was KIKG OUT FOR, WALK PARIS, Nrov. 29. the Prince of Wales' ind Pridce Al look a abort walk In streets ul Paris this morning an rt then went' to the 'Britlih Afterward, they attended a luncheon, attended hy intny dDputleE. f.usT. LEAVE AUSTRIA OPENHAGEN, Nov. Kniperor "Charles lias heen infornied hy the government at Vienna' that he must leavb Auslrii hecausa of the rounfec-rerolutiqnary movement there, according lo a Lelpalc- dispatch (o (ho I'nllUricii. SENTENCE YEGGMEN QUEBEC. NOT. passed toJay by Magistrate Carrlveau on Iho Scott Hank robbers. John rccelred a sentence ol seven years and five year lerrfls were allotted lo Robert Voung, KdwarJ Arlhur Lit McKay anil William HERBERT DICKINSON DEAD HAMILTON, Out., Nov. Dickinson, reeve of Glanford son of John Dickinson, former M.P., dlcil here todar ot Spanish inlluenza'afler froni his -honeymoon'.1' Mr, Dlcklasou was the candidate for Wen t- worlh In a laal TJominlon election C, Wilson was clecied. Gordon RE-OCCUPIED EMBASSY WASHINGTON; Sriwa WbUlock, American, minister, to Bel- xlum, formally notified the. slate de- partment today of his re-occupation of the legation nt Brussels, the ruinister, who carod for. American Inleresls rturlng Ihe Germnn occupation. to have established a preccnent. The our hoys, who have fou nubile, mind has been bv, Interested parties, Tli must look after the soldiers; they must Hud YocnUoiip; they' mnai piacc ___ them advantageously. -Many cdiue ind Hie constant world cliangca and give way lo strong, vigorous for commmilty betterment. In short, the repVcacniativcs return- slate in which you find.. crteonvIncrtllhattKeTJnlveraltr, on _the streets. What la the Agrir'nlluni] College, the Social Ser- stale? must havo seen it. Tlie Cornell, the Grain Growers' As- a (ensc soclntlon and; the Ilctall McrthanU'lIhouBh lhe AEsoclBtion should unite in a large uilngs ahout them. -___ odiicatinnal programnic, wllli a vlcwf" IS POSTPONED Sask..-N6v' open- Ing oV'the Saskatchewan Legislature scheduled for Dec. 3 has been posl- pohcd mitil Dec. 6 owing (o the all-. SEPARATE DELEGATES PARIS, probably have, separata it Iho con- feicnces and will claim conditions of R separate in on the action.of in breaking olf relations, wlift scncc of Premier Martin In Calvary- jgbvcrnnient al-riftrUn. the lowna aud1 sutrounn- Ing districts of Manitoba, sh (hat-Ma mlgM be all tnat H Should In and thnl business should In1 TORONTO rrnE he sn that, thr.re i csrtiBc'for lhe'people, ings" STipll TOHONTO, N'or. the or- Ifiln of. which, if unknown, hrolic out to send money away from home for Ihclr AUTHOR ILL PARllf. Xov. monrt Rcsland from ]incu- nibtila. The condition of ttnj rfjs- I'jKiiiPhftd author ia said la be 'of the British Forg- at Aslilirtdgfi's Kay. alioul 6 o'clock Ihia hinrniBg and com- p'clply of the t The lofp is a no-tit PROHIBIT GERMAN COIN PARIS. Xov. government hss Issued .a.ilecrcr prqhlblline the Importation oi derm an bank notes, or flny monelarr mtdiuni. Individuality the Keynote of a Perfect Portrait Bringing oiil the real fine in liille Iraits that make us we. avc.-. Our jrtioios'arc not a-Ihing of paper and pasteboard with a ready made look. If wnnl a phoW o[ your rf.al what rour friends see and admire, call on us. ALLISON ;