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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta ud.den Eiaei like illness, it is often necessary quickly to raise the Por instance, in those hours between, aiidaigfic and dawn, when the day temperature has been allowed to drop, if you'are called upon to get up, the room, is chilly and cold. It takes a long-time to start up a furnace or fire and raise the tempera- ture by ordinary means. You can instantly heat a room to any desired temperature with a COPYRIGHT BY-'PUBLISHERS-TPRESS The Living and the Dead A XMAS STORY OF LONDON BY STEPHEN LEAQOCK in secrecy and suddenly Saturday, De.ceiiiber 1910. you can have the tree for I nine pence if you'll take ft.- had -up Christmas, tree, less pJeasi-d at that See." said a woman's voice c exactly such a Httie t'reQ the its tf only deey for Absolatefy and odorless .nth one filling of the font burns .nrfrf f high smoke, and is easy toremove cleaned in an ifls Jt K a stall -woman', "only ____ .one .way or She spoke to the children'isnpatieni- bat not unkindly, busy as she was with the rush of cusromers that crowd ed a-boat tee stalls of the marker loas to chases. The man or thf> stnit hf sooc jiap on the I-ni in pressed mu, tto[ !he picSed up like -awe ,o parciase-or'' T te The little girl shook her head %if-a-fe" woman looked about her said rne woman, "if jfts "S brfsht can't buy the tree, why not'get-of ins snow> its sroupj else instead Why. uot ir "a asers She think- ta a "pot. ifs jlist jj tfcc H f have this one-'for four Ur to fd -viiu tic IJUiCK it." he said, no time to all nigat on likes of you." The children stood irresolute "We didn't count to -Tve so much" the boy said, "we wanted some of the money over-for the toys.- He look ed at -the purchase money, that lay 1U his open hand, a sixpence, 'five broad penny pieces, and two half pence Beside him stood the little girl in a raded red 'cloak; with- the hood half over her golden hair and blue We with-fascinated eagerness. tre the children' 6a the want the said, half .-under ff -ever left !lttle Tne, little spruce, large with the vis- j ot 'the John, to "But, you see, candles, and the toys and tor tr tree, mada said, ail that." And as he spoke he pointed with over his shoulder across the I street, to where the'Da to 'am -fle tree Tae" young, All Users of EDDY'S "SILENT" Kcow th'ey make no uoise or sputter, and taye DO odor; are quick, safe and wire. Made by Tfie L .1 tify, Co, liitel Ask your nearest grocer for them r said> arting to buy it BOILERS EXPLODED Fredonia. x. Y.. Dec, 16. over a radius of several damaged by a., boiler e aonia street railway pOTrer ttuujfe On- man .was killed, another fatallv mjureo. Two boilers exploded a roar that a roar that -was plain ly neard several miles. The propertr ioss will exceed b TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS buildings vahied at over by Pair- ftenis Alaska. A' number of.-fire will suffer the loss of fibers cold in'the: intense Nine Itlmdred'people" have Kithin th ScT" id a ma- the trap ov- rook the tree, bad turned from the the tree to- the side ,to INKER-MAN, SEPT. 23, 1910. "Fruit-a-tivas" is the best remedy I Keep for sale. J am in the General Store business, at the above address, and have a resident of Inkenuaii for thirtv- _ seven years, and since I started this s.ore (four years ago) I have found your reineciy the most satisfactory one I have sola. .rfany of my customers having 7lth lbe most' beneficial results and I can truthfully say that I Iwnow or two particular casei among mv paeons, thathave been corapletelvcured Piously been h without- being but I advised them to try that remedy roubles have vanished. "would increase xcep have myiautboritv to pSSttS nesf niaiiy At all dealers. _ i__ MJC trial a'f- "JC "urjia OuLl OrSeEt ng she the tears; red shoved oale and1 down at the chflarea and es resred a moment on the lit- he is goins 1c ask to inim instructions in the mar out vor of the woffien to count to she said, for her; It is were' sweet and" fair." She I of the child she-- had k she said: to said as ther could have it looked said saia; bit -of the Bill ed him at clusters at the back of tree still fc wife, 'his' ;tlILBlUPTO '-1 _V Chief; ruriUL -_-- the election, namely on 11 and relieve the city of all. responsibility, ue cannot see what on earth an issue of the recent cam- e jt in a measure settling 'itself. women have already told the they, purpose opening up cuves on the ..point. Asked who gave them permission to, they replied the people at the recent election vot- ed m favor of allowing them to open He gave .them to unde- id pretty broadly that he Jlid not consider such- was the is rpTlt t as .he is able to nre- them, :St least until such time as "instractions from- "the new T In- creasy Force if Wonien me Back of dolls, arksgand "drams .and 1044 ig2g r -iown the' choke ;in.' his "if It was the claim .oftte living worked. He bent called to the weeping yoar Christmas tree." he enild, -take ier soos dv- Parties interested in the re-estab- iishient of a segregated area within "Pty limits already cryin to said the h h Ufa flS Fourth-Avenue Soutl miscalculated 'little cny that should have fie slloolf 'his it I feet. C girl sri-l caiTied the Ciin i It harfl -r -v tree: boy talked Tj'- I! liked irso much h2rer7 fceld fest Ws hand TheV Questioned her. to congregate, across -the river, the chief says he will -ask the council to allow j-sffi to double the strength of his I iorce. When the police are fighting this lorm of vice, he says, that it is "verv easy for women and their men friends TO fix an officer by rigging up a trao tcr.him, especfally if the officer tailed to a call or case is unaccom- the- new council oat on the 'sub- na ject. There is nothing doing'yet but1 hn 7 y a Avitness- Already orders the subject will come up for ,the-force that no -at. an early meeting of thp respond to any case where Adams is loiown to' n is concerned unless he is a id IO I council. favor.segregation, and Trhen I v- te v.3s tt'ikeii ua supportu I Aid. Bow-man and Oliver. These t: I EL ,T. Goode, alderman-elect j is -believed, to segregation', constitute a majority sufficient carry the question should all tl Companied Y another officer to act all that occurs. Then ;es that a second officer of the new wru- be snowed to in- j. 4 1 FILING DEVICES TTN JS- -fiL -AND- 7 aterman s Fountain I V5 "At a Farn (J. C. Gz an At tiic E HOBSE MAKKET Sfe Earn, Gait, On .20 horses well broken 20 horses unbroken. 8 cows clue to calve shortly. 3 double sets harness. 2 3 brooder. A. Smith ;