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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER Hi, 1910 TI1K LKTIiUniWiK JMIO PAGE NINE After washing dishes a rub with, Qld Dutch makes the sink as clean as the dishes ra Kit IP. 10: Ottawa, Dec. ontlro Royal Northwest Mounted Police force will be, permittou to BO" on active service overseas as a body, and the provincial police departments of the western provinces take over tho work of the mounted men, It was learned from an unofficial source here today. Supt. Pennefather of "K" Division when seen by the Herald, said he had heard nothing official regarding the proposal hinted at by Ottawa, but was of the opinion that It was quite possible. Many men from the force have already gone to the front, some of them having purchased their dis- charges from the force to do so. The men as a whole will be more than pleased witli the opportunity, especi- ally if they are allowed to go as a body. Before the war broke out, arran; London, Dec. appears doubt- ful- today whether Premier ,'Javld Lloyd George will be able to go be- fore the House of Commons on Tues- day next, lie is malting steady pro- gress toward recovery, but it is con- sidered unlikely that bis physicians will allow him to speak next week as Ills voice is affected. At any rate it is not expected that the government will he by .that time In a position to make a statement'regarding the Ger- man peace proposals. Phillip Snowden, Socialist member for Blackburn, one of tho leaders of the small pacifist group in the House of Commons, has made it known that i he intends to state the views of the group in the Commons. Us members believe that negotiations should be opened if only to stale the terms of the entente to the central powers. The Westminster Gazette., today says it will he found that Mr. Snowden Is by no means an advocate of peace at any price, and that his party has very definite views as to the reparation which Germany should make. The belief of this group that Germany is prepared to grant reasonable terms Is not, however, says the newspaper, shared by the majority of the bouse. Npw Frank iV Abey, 'AK.. tor and to see Kootenaian.. TRAPPERS, SHIPPERS. AND TO START THE SEA- SOhj RiGHT, TRAP AND. SHIP YOUR H'IDES, SHEEPSKINS', Etc.i'-'T.ttv.'.: A. CARRUTHERS CO., LIMITED 125} 2nd Xve.' S. '.'The Old Reliable Dealers" An saying is: "The public like to be but. you cant fool., them all the time.. This is the reason you see so many new firms spring-up'yearly. Failures of the year before, under-some-other name. i Free psstings for the askings Why not asK now. -We "pay you what we quote and more if markefwarrants. BOSTON LIKES BILLY SUNDAY A Percolator, Iron, Toast- er. Stove or Fixture ALL. WHAT FINER GIFT 'COULD -YOU GIVE OR RECEIVE; STAR ELECTRIC CO oft his collar and [necktie, Billy Sunday throw his Gos- j.pal machine into, high sear recently land went racing t'o'a whirlwind finish 'of his third revival week in Boston, breaking all week-day records of his j campaign here by -preaching threo times in the forenoon in Pall River and twice later in .the day in the Huntingdon 'avenue tabernacle, to crowds totalling Thousands more would have heard him if they could have squeezed into Sunday's "church." For more than an hour before he started preaching or more were clustered at the tabernacle entrances, a few hundred at each end -or. the 30-odd doors. The big flat edifice, looked1 like a giant mousetrap with hordes. of little human animals trying to wiggle their way in through the "holes" of the trap. It has New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Massachusetts Day, near ly an all-New England Day, on ,tha old'1 n avenue ball grounds. HINDS IN. WAR'S PATH Washington, Dec. decrease of bushels in the corn crop from the estimate made in November and an increase of bushels in the wheat crop were .today in the department of agriculture's fin- al estimate of the country's imp< ant farm crops. Their value, based prices being paid farmers December 1, show vast increases over iast year's totals. This year's corn crop is worth more than iast year's: the wheat crop more; oats more; potatoes more: hay more; to- bacco more, and cotton i more. Frenchman .Unearths Buried Treas- ure in the Ruins of Ffjcourt Daily Chronicle prints the following episode as told by its co-respondent at the front: "A few .clays French civilian] and his wife came to whicl} is now -far back from, .the fighting lines. Of the village there remain only a few rubbish-beans among the litter destruction; but the Frenchman pointed to a plot of earth in all this turmoil and said: 'There was my house. I am aure of it.' "The party started scrapping .up the earth. Suddenly there was a cry of astonishment, "'God thanked! It is here! I have found it! 'cried the Frenchman. He and his had found francs, all the treasure of their life, six inches deep under tTie soil that had been flung up by mine craters, burrowed by high explosives, dug by German soldier's, tramped over by British soldiers, and tortured' 'by every destructive act of war." Let Ypur Christmas Spirit Include %dy Belgium r Upsetting habits, customs and.conventional ideas, the, war has given us a new an4 clearer sense of duty. It has shown us the innate our usual Christmas those froui -whom we expect recejve. 'It has given us unlimited opportunities for REAL Christmas those who most need our help. f Belgian women japd children need so sorely! Without the aid MlEeBelgian Relief Fund, u supported by pepple they would actually be this Christmas Eve! -j-" 1 as you plan youtJBKristmas expenditures, don't sacrifice'REAL GIVING, for conventional Christmas Whatever spare, send your sub- scription weekly, monthly; one Jump sum to Local or Provincial Committees, or Send Cheques Payilili to Tftisurir Belgian Relief fund ST. The Greatest, Most Efficiently Work The Worl4 Has Ever Seen. bfl tent to Mr ujan Relief To induce you to buy ea give a ,With each purchase of 25c and the following Xmas Goods at Eight Xrrias Cannes, 6 for 30 r ndle Holders, dozen Santa Ciaus Novelties, 10c io Paint Books up to Untearable Books. .All pfices Xnias Ppst cards, dozen Xjtins Cards, 2 for 5c to each. Patriotic' Calendars, each 3 for Pennants 25c to Rubber Ballc, 20c to Great Bouncers Ahias Papetenes, 25c to Playing Cards, 25c to Parisian ivory Ebony. Our line is niost corh'ptete and beautiful. A 'ate shipment of Parisian Ivory in .Handkerchief and Glove Boxes should interest you. CSioeolates Bakers Cocoa stands all tests of laborator and home. _ f It is pure, it is delicious; it is healthful; Walter Baker CaLimited ESTABLISHED 17 SO MONTREAL.CANADA DORCHESTER, MASS. Winnipeg, Dec. .1. P. Davidson, was defeated for the mayor- alty ot Winnipeg on Friday by D. J. Dyson, who polled 5025 votes to Davidson's 4961, H. .7. Waddell, the third candidate, polled 496 votes. Davidson. will sit as alderman, how- ever, having still one year of bis two year term to serve. The hoard of control -will consist of J. W. Cockburn (by J. J. Wallace re'-elected, A. W. Puttee and C. F. Gray. One present con- troller, J. W. Astley, was defeated. The Labor party, elected three can- didates -out of seven .officially en- dorsed, the three including Controller Elect P.uttee, former Labor M. P. for Winnipeg. Four. Lajjor aldermen are 'included in the city council of 14 members. Naarly votes were about 'more than last year anil 25 per cent, of the total number on the list. RED CROSS SALE of SORTS TO BE HELD AT The Standard Furniture Co.'s Old Stand Fourth Avenue South THURSDAY, DEC. 1916 AFTERNOON THE FOLLOWING ARE. SOME OF THE ATTRACTIONS; XMAS TREE, F.ORTUNE TELLING, AFTERNOON TEA, FANCY'WORK BOOTH, APRON BOOTH, CANDY BOOTH, PANTRY BOOTH, ETC Dancing iu the Evening. THE PUBLIC ARE EARNESTLY HELP THIS GOOD i CAUSE. HELP THE HERALD'S GOODPELLOWS' Here's Saita Bringing Sleighs He sent a lot of his finest sleighs to our sjpre and we are going To GiVE Them to Boys and Girls Here's how to get one without cost Presenl.o'nt to or girl for Christmas. With an Cash Purchase Jye.Tivfll'.give a With a Cash Purchase we'wllf giv.e a With a Cash Purchase we wilt give a sleigh. Purchases must be far cash, but the_entne ajrjoijnt jieed not be taken at Tickets will be issued .for cash purchases and-wfen to or WE WILL GIVE YOU A SLEIGH ABSOLUTELY WJTHo'UT COST. SEE THE SLEIGHS IN'qllR WINDOW- {he sleigh by purchasing at excellent valuci the v V TOYS 75c Ecnieniber the Japanese bird waits for you. TheFrankHedley Drug Go. We have a We have increased our '.lock cutlery artd ad. _, rltrf a number of hioh grade i nes which will make better lot There ,s a f and'useful Christmas gift. Men variety suitable for looking for something wives will appreciate children, boys or Qirls. They couid select nothing 'hat will give mare pleasure, are priced right Fine cutlery delights every woman. j KITCHEN pTENSILS Ail the articles that lighten work m the kitchen. A mere tr.fle invested In labor saving utensils Is wortn many times the It costs Housekeepers will find many suggestions for lessening work IM our assortment of kitchen iTVensils C G. OLANDER 624 THIRTEENTH STREET N. ;