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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBER DAfty HKHAM VICTORY BOND S100 VICTORY BOND FREE FREE A CHANCE WITH EVERY CA3H PURCHASE OF FOR GUESSING THE BEANS IN THE AT THE BAY THE SMIUE IN YOUR HEART Jti the Bank of Happiness hoard yonr Continually Betting apart Anil days ot trouble will find you With smile that is in your A word or a smile from a friend you A flower that bloomed a A sunset rare and a moonswayed All gathered along the A Klad surprise from a written V picture you looked A dream you had by a dying A strain of an olden litre to reside In New Miss of is a visitor the bast evening the Btatf of the West Iprft Canada Agency held a Jolly skat ing party at the river Good splendid weather and bright bonfires helped to make a cheerful evenings Following this the partv were entertained by and Mackay at their on Thirteenth street Days mny be coming dark and When sorrow will not depart But at least you will braver be and For the smiles that are in your heart CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES PERSONAL Mr H Wilmot was a business visi tor in the city on Wednesday from t Mr R of Lucky a visitor in the city at the be ginning of the Mr and Harry Alexander and family have moved from their lute on Sixth to H4 Thirteenth Nursing Sister Ina Edmonton tonight for James of la ill with pneumonia in the Larson has come from Winnlired to be with his Mrs Wyman and who have been are now progressing Peacock has been enter tained at a number of social affairs in Medicine Hat prior to her depar Contributors to this column an asked to kindly hand in their notices before lii oclock to ensure publica tion the same Stevensons section ot the Re bekahs will meet at her Jv Eleventh on Saturday evenin at 8 oclock to price the All the members of the Big Sisters of Knox church are urged to attend class on The A Travel Talk on Rome and Its to be given at 8 oclock tonight in the autVtorlum by Hlsm will he the slides having been obtained from the AI iherta It is hoped that I as many members as possible be present with their also the Teachers and pupils of the High to hear this interesting Uthough there has been no sick ness in the Christian it is being fumigated so that there will be no risk for those attending on A miscellaneous will be held at the home of 632 Eighth on Thursday otter December in ilrt of IM ricks church FOOD iCAHD FLASHES Most of tho lemurs of this generation along nil lines of endeavor were raised on the farms of Canada whom the mode of living was economi sound and if Canada is to forgo ii will be because her people re vive the habits of living and simple diet ot the last genfcra tion This involves no hard H spells economy and improved will help in the reconstruction and up building of all Canadian Indus Thrift does not imply It is merely good business applied to the Thrift and industry will quick ly liquidate Canadas war PAY VISITS TO COUNTRY TOWNS v NERVES ALL ON TENSION A mother in the or a man or woman at busi with nerves undone and the system generally feeling the should find wonderful help in Powerful sedatives or strong are habit forming and The logical help is a form ot nourishment abundant in tonic brings strength to the through nourish ment that is felt in every If incUrud to be the logical antwer Scott OnL IMS PRICES IBWEB For Tomorrow we have a good Selection of Extra Choice BEEr an PORK at the following prices Sirloin per Rump Prime Rib per Ib BEEF Chuck Roast Boiling Beef per perlb Sirloin per Round per Shoulder per Loin per Ib PORK Leg of per Ug of cut any per Side per Shoulder per Pork 30c 23c 20c ISc 32c 30c 2Sc 30c 28c 30c 25c 28c per Westminster Meet Market 310 THIRTEENTH STREET Credit Mens Journal i The recent trip of of the University of and secretary of the Manitoba Board of the Retail Merchants Assoc and the work done by those gentlemen in furthering commercial is well worth recounting During their Keyes and Mr Curie visited twenty towns in Mani in fifteen of which meetings were held to present the work already done by the University ot Manitoba in commercial and ascer tain what would be Btven by the business men of if the University should deem it fit to place a business expert In the fie d and undertake to organize classes in groups of towns throughout the prov J II who is also secretary of theAdvisory Committee on Commer cial outlined at each meet iBC the various steps which lead up to the formation of that and the success which attended the oVening lecture courses spec ial short course in business offered the University in February The he 134 consTsting of merchants and clerks drawn from Manitoba Saskat chewan and Western Ontario while 293 city business people attended the special It was found that a great many were unable to take advantage of the lec tures owing to being When this was brought to the attent ion of the advisory committee it was considered advisable to have a sur vey made as to possibilities for extension work in commercial educa The services of Keyes were secured for ono and ho was directed to get as muclr informa tion as possible bearing on this sub ject and a report on his At the meetings referred Keyes delivered a short address on Modern Methods in and also distributed a retail merchants service in pamphlet which was much appreciated by those He also submitted facts and figures on the causes of failure in business waste caused by frequent changes in and the remedies whchj bava been and are now being applied j taxieduce the business death Following the talks given by the repregentatlves of the op portunity was given for discussion by local business men and each of the towns where were petitions addressed to the University were asking tor a series of five lectures in business to be delivered in the I The plan referred to would require i I the services of a business expert who j would organize merchants and clerks into classes of sufficient size to war Mrant The towns selected i would be visited by the expert night per week for five This arrangement would make it possible tor flvo towns to eiich receive a course of five the samo time business conditions could bo i studied and information compiled for tutnre use in meeting problems pecul iar to the town The editors of country newspapers were deeply interested in the proposal of the University to help those unable take advantage of the course ottered I in Professional men were in many cases stat ed that they would enroll as dents in order to assist in milking the work a In preparing for the meetings oppor tunity was given whereby tthe repre sentatives met and oonversed with a great many business Including railway hotel municipal officials and Thesu were ull able to form fairly accurate estimates as of Iwsi nLs going qqtfof various towns aid the utraogth or weakness seTvicea offered by tothe people of trade They aifiij metmurc Uin amount of cooperuMve spirit that bad ilevel i oped in districts and to observe the i results which had been accomplished through united effort and a well con ceived Idea of community The ot business SPECIALS FROM THE DRYGOODS Flannelette in size n OQ sr Special Flannelette i whit O 00 Hpooml ntw Flannelette Shls in white aizo 121 HKiilar Special HERES A SNAP BROADCLOTH Inches in ami saxe Urcuiar yard to ii THREE PIECES ONLY GABARDINE inches Cnlorfi 8axc and llcguliir 1 OQ yard 1 COMFORTERS only of self and fancy Special See them in the 15 COMFORTERS Well made ami rilled and In u variety of colorings and Regular O QQ Special TERRY TOWELS The Morocco brand white with pink size M prs only at this Regular ROLLER TOWELS 3 yards long andIS inches Regular Special BE SURE AND SIGN YOUR VICTORY BOND FREE COUPON REMNANT CLEARANCE To room In our fixtures for nil our CnrlHlimu ore a grand all our and tub Those will be placed on tables flown our north ami look them ovor U will Hnvo you for ihy havr been marked down tci HALF THE USUAL PRICE Dozens of bargains will be found here consisting of Broadcloths Melton Clotns Tweorls Poplins Shepherd Checks Serges Armures Hopsack Suiting Gabardines plaids and Tar tans Velvets and Vel vetetn Cotton Serges Cotton Gabar ardinea Voiles Crepe Bro caded Pop Silk Foulards Silk Foulards Crepe Meteors Ginghams Prins Shirtings Voiles Flettes Flannel Sateens Sheetings Pillow Cottons SPECIALS FROM THE MENS WEAR Odd lines of onty heavy ribbed wool col ors nnvy fciz O uUir HpwHal only navy size und HoRular i AO Special 7 All Wool Brown Jersey Suit Htzon and KegO AQ Special Mens heavy ribbed Combinntlon Sliinfirld Mens Coat nice med ium in navy and ice med avy and SPECIALS FROM THE FOOTWEAR Boys all leather gunmetal school bluottar Sizes 3 10 Sizes 11 to 13 LADIES GUNMETAL In button or blucher Topd a combinjition of patent leath er and Has very smart All sizes from J 4Q j to Special LADIES SPATS For fall Colors aro grey and different shades of pair DONT OVERLOOK THESE SPECIALS Clompare these prices have been made with the object of ensuring a speedy You need a You need a suit You need a coat Here they are a cost to bring you real AND DONT FORGET TO SIGN YOUR VICTORY BOND SILK POPLIN DRESSES Regular for The latest mod els in colors oC peacock h1u imrfile and AND SIGN YOUR COUPON ALL OUR SUITS Without any res ervation whauo to be oisar ed HALF PRICE No other firm in Alberta is malt ing such an The regular price is marked on every garment see and PAY JU8T HALF LADIES FALL AND WINTER COATS All our coats ranfl Ino in price up to to be clear ed at A1I our ranging in price Up to io be cleared at Compare these prices with those prevailing else VICTORY BOND FREE SOMEONE HAS TO WIN WHY NOT YOU Apple Special 1 JONATHAN APPLES JJO O CSf No 1 McINTOSH APPLES All Wrapped and Delivered Free SPECIALS FROM THE LADIES WEAR dandy linn in Ladies Vests id either short or long the thing for this QQf Special Bungalow a new ship ment lust cither light or All sizes from 3B to Special Infants Bearskin Coats in sizes 20 to Values to J QA Cirlgnjal Childs Fleecelined Waists ih natural t8 to Regular Special SPECIALS FROM THE HOUSE FURNISHINGS Tungsten 25 5 in regular 1 box 40 5 in WA ular for box 60 5 in regular n AA 5 in regular n QQ box fctW J Axminiter SUir 27 inches Regular O Q6 Window sizes arid 87 i Green vylth insertion size 36 Regular 1 Ifi Weiterier Bath Rugs Size Colors pink and Regular 1 VICTORY BOND AND THREE CONSpLA TION PRIZES FOR GUESS ING THE KING OUT FOR WALK rises or falls according to the at mosphere of salesmanship in which it is The business of a community great or small in proportion to the team work developed and of the town and trade They found that where there was cooperation among the merchants it had developed along i the lines ot giving the farmer better for helping and for i even giving to him assistance in j stocking his or for other such j helpful J They also found there were many j very competent but that aj very largepercentage of those engag ed in business were1 in great need of helpful instruction and advice in I buying and arranging 2 keep ins proper books of accounts and rec 3 development of local and 4 knowledge of other successful Many the merchants visited suggested that thomanagers of wholesalers would pay them an an nual ami that there should be greater cooperation the part of ami assisting and solving tho tmtsiJe competition Everywhere there appeared to be a greater desire for greater com munity What scorned to be needed most wua local strong enough 10 brush aside local prejudice based upon that which has been constant long enough to have established a I he public mind has been influence bv the constant world changes and give way 10 vigorous appeals for community in the representatives returnj od convinced that the the the Social Ser vice the Grain Growers sociation and the Retail Association should unite in a large educational with a view to developing the towns and Kurromul ine districts of sh that Urn might be all that it should in such districts anil thai business should lu conducted so that there would be little excusefor tho people to send money away from home for their AUTHOR ILL PARIS mond Robtand Is very ill from pneu The of the ills faguislind author is said to bu OF ARE NEEDED TO DREOT OTMRS whole world is passing through a grave and it is not extrava pance to say unless the situation in Canada is handled with care and not by but by men of a problem will be pre sented which will be full of Sir Holt made the forego ing remarks in an interview yesterday on the present situation due to recon struction Tim said Sir has a supreme duty in this most im portant that to eschew pol iticsami to of the situation with with high with thp sole thought of harmonizing ull legitimate our boys arc about to come The business of the government is Up handle this big thing That is to it not delegate tho handling ot our who have fought for to interested Tho government must look after the they must Mud vocations they must place thorn Many come back in I ho slate in which you lind thohi on the What Is the slate You must have seen 1 ne inou have a tense fixed as though they were oblivious to the things about TORONTO FIRE the or1 iKln of wuich ie broke out in tinforgo shop of the British Korg incB Klicll plant at Ashbridgo s Bay about ti oclock this morning and com pletely destroyed one of the The loss is about PROHIBIT GERMAN COIN PARIS government has issued decree prohibiting the importation of German bank or any monetary COST OF PART IN THE BIG WAR cost to run the Am erican army during the ing June 30 latt for the navy and for the civil government The shipping board ipent and was out in These figures are shown today by the annual rsport of John treasurer of the Unit ed States to Secretary The report show the public debt on June 30 was t MUST LEAVE AUSTRIA Emperor Charles has been informed by the at Vienna that he must leave Austria because of the counterrevolutionary movement i according to a Leipsicdispatch to the SENTENCE YEGGMEN was passed today by Magistrate Carriveau on tho Scott Bank John Drew received a sentence of seven years and five year terms were allotted to Robert Edward Arthur McKay and IS POSTPONED Nov opeu 1nK of the Saskatchewan Legislature scheduled for 3 has been pos poned until ti owing to thei ab sence of Premier Martin In with the Prince of Wales and PrWce took a short walk in streets pi Paris tuis morning and then went to the British they attended a attended by many HERBERT DICKINSON DEAD reeve ot Glanford and son of John former died here today ot Spanish influenza after returning from hts honeymoons Mr Dickinson was the candidate for Went worth in a threecornered tight the last Dominion election when Gordon Wilson was REOCCUPIED EMBASSY to Bel formally notified the state de partment today of his of the legation at relieving the Spanish who cared for American interests during the German SEPARATE DELEGATES probably will to have separata plenipotentiaries at tho peace con ferences and will claim conditions of a separate says theMatin in commenting on the in breaking off relations with Uw government 1 Individuality is the Keynote of a Perfect Portrait Bringing out the real fine ppint in characterthe little traits that make us what are not athing of paper and pasteboard with a photo of your real yom friends ee and cull on ALLISON ;