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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Page cf Live Local Newa tibe Xctbbribgc All The Local New. Where You Expect It SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1910 SECOND SECTION ALBERTA. SECOND SECTION' PAGE NINE MONDAY IS ELECTION SURE TO RECORD YOUR VOTE great contrast to ihe Iknincnso tiltlo- fields of the late war. Settle Dqwn and Work Many pictures of the destruction wrought by Iho Germans La France and Uclg.um were shown anil Dr. Itiugbsoii concluded hla address liy de- claring that Ma stay Iii Germany only ccrvcj to convince him the more that 1 Germans Vcre morally and splr- f llliially binfcrjpt and'that their euHure contrasted very unfavorably rrlth the culturo Ehoivn every day by tho Can- adten .joys'over there. There was one load-thing to rcracmhor however, and Rev. CRDT. Hughson Gives tb.at wss German was- a r v and !iat. unless Canada sol- ience InlimiltC Story Of fne .tied down and worked and produced, Purl nf ITm Wtr lfao Hun Ulght J'Cl COmC Out OR top. inu OI.IUC n.ir Darhg- the evening'a number ol musical selections were rendered, and WHa a special (ribuloio (he follow-Iair Itxrlure a roccpllon Jo hobtlD1fi aud the-hard fighting quail-: llr. and MrB. tendered In lies-of Iho min of'tho aiU.lery brl-; tho school room o the .church when gadc commanded by Brigadier Gen-! "'any the old frlcuds ot the former eral Stewart or LethbrlJEC. who prc- grasped Ihe opportunity to Idcd over tbo mceUoff, Jlev. Cap.. J. mcol Him and.renow acquaintance. E. l.UBhson last night Wesley church delivered Ills famous lecture, "On Iho Hoe-l of Ihe Hun" carrying his audience with Mm through "Tho Last Jlundrcd Days'' and 03 Into Germany Tvltu the army of occupation at Uonn; IffiOFCrflNIflDAY T AT j l Much Interest reiy) comprise all north of Where Ihe Polls Are Located TAKES OVER SILVER GRILL traversing tho battlefields aus In Canadian history hy deed3 of tuo boys from Canada Jlr. N. II. Murray, trho for several conducted (.ic AJex- and the dining room con- J. rieclpd with tho same, has tafccn over nerolc iho management of UN? Silver Grill lor Ing i 10 IhD fact thaUhe Ice- ini re.orcn tho C3. turo haJhccn three llmu postponed Hnd also to municipal mtoUngs tho pttendanco waa not vrhal 1L would o'.hcnvlse .hare-been, hut tJioso who Efin.j" OV irera present repaid. Dr. J.J o la thn samn appealing apeah-) er of yore Trith a wealth of new heart Interest In hla experiences and- a. I__________ troadencd vision of the place Canada Ja to play fa Iho future of the world J The lecture was profusely Illustrated, by'Bcenca from the Tirhlch brsujjht bacfc-to Ihe vclerana present memories of ellrring limes of j a little over a year a pp. ..-In IntroducinB General j Btcwart told of: havlne-last met him j In. historic town ol Slonj on Nqr. i Just two weeks after the. feigning of Iho armistice nnd Trhlle Iho Doctor -was engaged In his work with Ihe Canadian Y. M. C. A. Ho lold also bf some ot tha wot> done by the chap- the hoys at- Lho Trort -.of seir-sacrlflce which had the' slnff'of Tvhlth. the' chaplain' Indj-'wiu made.- of War Hughson. JeEt: Winnipeg on-.St" .-PaiJrlck'a arriving In EUR- lud rjust the :fierce German dHVe of th'iit 9yriOR was at Ua heleht. u, on' ]ns rev- 1 ,ose who werc.la the city r. Jliirray has secured tho bo cook M'ho was with. Avenue N'ortb. Poll "11" (Westminster School) all First Avfrnue North, Aud Fif.h Aveuue XortJj. on Iho part of tne candl- Poll "C" (City Clerk's oHicc) all talcs for the civic clecllona are be-' south of a P. n. Irack, north of coiiranlraled on organlzinc tor, Sixth Avenue Soulh, juid west of 'gelLiDE the electors to the poll on! Twelfth Street Soulh. Monday u'y the vtrious and j Foil "D" anJ "E" (Klndergntfen i Ihtlr working suppoHers. The Dorain- ImSldinjj) all .south of Kixlh Avenue iion Libor party arc holding a gel to-.Soulh, west o't Twelfth Street South. getlier inccliug toulghl [or discufsine cap-.. of. Twelfth Street ..South, and Ihe general situation at Iho soulh of Ihe C, P. JL iract. .Temple and for formulntinB tiielr- Thc are oren rr0m 3 lo plans for Monday B elocdon. There Is g p m jiol a great deal ot interest ou the Btrccla In the elections In lhat tlie results are.regarded as foreEone clusions in tho.mailer of Iho Com- missroncrship and pretty weJl ia (he Bchool board. Thore will be four polling booths alloeether, two on the north side ami two on Ihe soulh side. On the north the boolhs will be in the Miners' Ltu- rary and In Ihe gymnasium of West- minster on the south Ihc city hall and Uic kindergarten build- ing ot Uio Central School. Polling Districts "Poll "A" (Miners' Lib- .'lite'- to wlii' 'CanWUns at. themvrromjlhe'! time o! Arras until Ihe' war wound iTB'al Mons. SneatlDK.oI the latltr ho stated canteen was pllshea'' close ".'tesUe, Ihs.Bpot -wh.ere tb? British army hiJ first engaged the Huns In September 1314, and he show- a picture rof the cemetery -where iome of the-old Contemptlbles were 'burled. Just pultide Ibe wnUs of Iho- cemelery -were other, graves of Cin- ndlaria of :llie'19lh Battalion who fell on lhat In'st morning ol the war. The spot, he said, seemed to Ij-plfy Brit- ain's four years of war and wonld eyer be remembered hy him. Vlmv's True Significance Dnrlnc uie courso of his lecture he toid of the cattle ol Vlmy, the (rue ftlgnlflcajice ot vblch Is now 'Beginning understood by historians. Lutl- cndorff hill arlmltled lhat, during drtT'e in" ISIS, the atUck to- wardB the porta had fteon turned' flalfle hecaaae of the faet that Tlrny. In the hands of the British ami "so strongly held that ho forced .to 'dellTer'tho main attcck furthor south and over tho old battle- field ot the Somme, a fact which had much to do with Ihe and filial defeat of Iho hopes ol the German command. Tho Doctor also told ot T.ndendorff'B remission that (he hreak' through IrTfronl of Amiens when tbo' had made tbo grnteit adranca ever recorded by an army daring the war was Germany's darkest day. .Nor'dtd'he forget to tell that four- divisions ot Canadians with four" divisions of Imperials had, In 'that lail year of the waV mot ond defeated 47 of tlio Qennan or one-fourth of tho Hun forces on' the Tiitem 'front, find of how, irhen he wu with Iho army of occupa.' tlcm In' Germany the natlres refnseii (o. toilers Uiit there were only, fonr Canadian preferring rather to believe lhat-.thore wero.at least GO. One- Inlerosllnp" plcluro shown was 'of Waterloo. .'-Dr. Hughsoa's canteen for Home- during the march Into Germany. -was located on the spot where the left wing of Wellington's ftnny.haA] resCed for that battle. Tho wnota battlefiTpuDd was not much lar- ger (ban good 1 1 zed farm, and a The Xmas Gift Store AN INSURANCE POLICY .to raplace not on a ot prrerldaf coit Cntrash fire Insur- a TMT ago.ia not enough Sow. CV-L THEEDGETT PHONE 65i INtURANCC AND LOANS Our Gift Stock is large, and -well assorted, and so economically priced thai you wll save time arid money and receive the greatest satisfaction by ing your Christmas .Gifts Vre. ,v Christmas Seals, Tags New Books (Mdren's Books Boys' and Girl's Book, French Ivory1 Goods Ebony Goods BRASSWARE Manicnn Sets Travelling Sets Safety Razors Sharing. Mirrors Shayicj Brashes FOR, ALL Military Hair Bnishw doth Brashes Hat Brushes Fine Chocolates Perfumes Perfume Sprays Hand Bags Ladies' Purses Leather Goods Smoking Sets' Tobacco Jars Fine Stationery Fountain Pecs Ink Stands Kodaks Snap Shot Albums Kodak Sundries PERSONAL GREETING CARDS ORDER STILL HAVE TIME The Rf d Cross Drug Book Co. Ltd. SHERLOCK BUILDING PHONE 654 PURE, RICH MILK .CXir milkitests exccplionally high and is pasteurized. The pasteurization temperature ot milk Is 142 hcid for 30 bottks are washed In soils ruid Ihcn.scildLil .11 a Icinptratdre ot 1M rteareM In clear wa'.cr. Therefore Un3 milk IB pme and the botlln: thorougiily Elft-illzert. THE PRICE REMAINS THE SAME 15c A QUART Creui, Half Pat.................. ISr. Wbippiif Crew.IUfPirt..............., 2k 1U8IHMS INCRIAtINO DAILY Deltrerlci.lo >ll Ihe city, fforlh ward deliveries In nftenioqii.. Chief Mountain Creamery Co.. Ltd PHONE Ittl M ARLOW'S EAT ARKET 1110 Avenue Soulh 'Phone 796 >IONDAY SPECIALS ii 3 lb. Pai Urd S1.15 5Ib. Oleomargarine i Ibt Your Photograph FhoDO H7I acd an appointment tod a jr. THE SMITH STUDIO 90S THIRD A.VE.- S. Herald's Christmas Fund ii "Etc-ry year brings its own poor" Tillej of the Nursing Mission to the Herald today In discussing the need ot funds to spread Christmas Cheer In Lethbridgo aL tho restive cea- Ron. "This year is no exception. We know tho need and can assure you-that fuods are Deeded If wo lire to keep up the good record we have set In past years In gladden- ing Iho hearts ot many mothers znd k tidies who otherwise would have had a very slim Christmas." The Herald clues not need to ex- lilaln that the cost ol living has Eftne.up. and how this factor la worticg ia the cases of families where lha tread winners have hccD Lafceu. and vrhers the mother endeavoring Lo get along CD a fixed Income which probably baa not Increased a cent during the year. Can Lelhbridge Good Fel- lows afford- to hare the children oE such homes IOEC tlie Joy ol Christ- mas and their filth. In the good- ness of for the Bake of a-tew dollars. We know how the Good Fellows will answer Ihla And fn the 18 days remaining be- fore Christmas they wlH to It that the Christmas Cheer fund h boosted to such that Uiere will be no need for any child in LeLbbridge to say on Christmas "Sanla has for- gotten, me." fund today atantis: Preriously acknowledged .flZ.OO Mr. and Mri. S. G. Porter.. 5.00 Donald" Buchanan......., 5.00 Cracking the neck c" the bottla and allowing LU consents In the of whlpkey to flow on the floor madt Ihli method of using a new floor wash an expensive one for Hans E. Carlson, of Bow li- land, In that he had to pay the fine -of (100 for the experiment, 'with coftts. Hina was taken In the act with a whlikey bottle on his detk when two "Interfering" in the form of Constables Mackte and Bradncr, Q; the A.P.p., appeared' on the scene to rob him of the anticipated cup of Joy. If he could not have the whiskey, Hans was determined that the floor and not havo It, at tha urr.e time he had In the back of his mind comethlng In th thelf pods. Let us, for our own good, patronize her a lillla more. Crystal Dairy Limited Is Christmas Puddings and Christmas Cakes We are nol delivering these, but taking orders-" only. Fred D. Kirkby is up here from Moose Jaw until Wednesday next and makes these himself from Old Country recipes, with which he won two gold med- als; but not knowing how much to make, he. wants the orders first, and.as a great inducement to get- will sell Christmas Mondays Only, if paid with order at 50c per lb., afterwards per Ib. Christmas Cakes, Iced Almond, Iced and Ornamented 65c lb., afterward 85c lb. Also Libby's Mince Meat 30clb., 2lb.55c This is the best mincemeat on the market. FREDR KIRKBY THE MAN WHO DOES ;