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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, .1913 THE LETHBRIDfiE DAILY HEKALD PAGE SEVEN' CHRISTMAS GIFTS THE GERMAN EMPEROR'S Kaiser's, nix sons, .dsuijlltcr, sou-Iu-law, and daughters In-lalv. k'cad. ing from left to'rlfibt we see: Hack Joachim ;of Ktnporor's sixth and youngest sou, horn 1SSO; the Duchess of Urunswlck, the Emperor's only daushter. born isai; and the Duke of Drunswlck (Prince Krnest of boru JSS7, who were recently married. 'Second Oscar of Prussia, the Emperor's, fifth. son, born 1SSS; August Wlhelm of Prussia. (Princess Alexandra Victoria of born Ihu Crown Prince, born 1862; and Prince Eitel Frledricb, the Emperor's second Eon, born 18S3. Front Kilel Frledrlcii (Princess Sophia Charlotte of born 1879; the Crown Princess (Princess Cecilia of Meek- U-iibarg, married to tic Crown Prince born JSS6; Prince Adalbert, the Emperor's third son, horn 188) (wearing the Leard thatho began to grow thicowee-ks and Prince August Wllhelm of Prussia, the Kmperor's fourth aoa. born 1SS7. 10 SENSES POLITICAL.. PARTIES MUST 3ET AWAY FROM -THRALDOM OF THE POWERS OF MONOPOLY London, Dec. is highly sig- nificant to otserre. the energy tatA success with which the Free Trade campaign is being pushed in Can- Dailj" News, edi- "It .is douUlul whether the Hordcn government can afford to face a general election without at least a bid lor support in the free the economic .efam 'ol uriaer tHe "V son tariff Is likely to-.soon force adian thej- like it .or "not, to-those-paths of common sense and common justice from Vlijcti tlijs powers of monopoly, masquerading Vas imperialism, has long so unhappily forced them." PRIEST FORBIDS DANCES Ottawa, Dec. the pul- pit of the Buillcj, the capital's largest Roman' Catholic edifice, Rev. Father Cimfwau hat denounce ed the tango ai Immoral, and hat forbidden .his' parlthloners to In- dulge in'that .dance! ai well 'as the "HnlUttorY Waltz" and "Tex- as MOTION OF MEPJCINE HAT MAN WAS DISMISSED BY 'JUDGE ON A TECHNICALITY Sketched Btforc Naval ArchKectt Saw York, Dec. possibility of building a large passenger liner that would not, under aiiy of the known mishaps of the eea, tier buoyancy or stability and sink, were discussed last nisbt at the'21st general meeting of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers. G. W. Dickie, vice of the said: "In brief, the- syggestions embodied are the fitting o( a double upper decX and so'arransinj.ihc tight nub- dlvlslont below the lower member of Ibis locV, that tht ship-iroali 'prove both seaworthy and' imslnkabic under the rnoel aggravating conditions of ENGLISH RANCHER' MURDERED Prince Rnncrt, B.C., Dec. nest O, Kennet, a young rancher, murdered on a trail be- tween' Klapjo.x and Olenvowel, ner.r llazleton. The body was found ori Friday. Kennet liad been attacked from tho rear. Indians are suspected. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE KIRKHAM BLOCK McGuire At the special meeting of tho Clly Council held veglerday afternoou, the Yfarewel) 'aldermen' made glad the heart of W, J. Hc'arn, who sortie limo ago' presentEfl a petition signed by a-1 large .number Of prominent busi- ness men, requesting help, to enable him ,to return 'to'his parents' and itiends In Southern Australia: Hearn's eyesight' Is rapidly, nnd he has been out of work fur some at present sufficient pupils to. fill ieast lour rooms. at HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGK I Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Polidei or other valuables in one ol these boxes lethbridge Branch R, T, Brymner, Mgr, 1 BEDBUG A QERM CARRIER Luproty, Splnil Mtnlngitlc and Tuktr- culbilt be SprMd by InMct New York, Dec. Clraeic less elegantly but more familiarly known as the bedbug, Is a slill more dangerous insect than Is generally supposed..' it Is .the Iranimisslon .ol .tifber-. culosla, according to Dr. J. Hererldge, who has presented pVper on tho subject to 'tho 'conference on safety and which fi being held in ihis city." Ho said that It WIH only that the bedbug had been glverr ser- ious conaldcrallon ns a carrteV .of germs, but that lately a number of Kulhoritlcs wero a'Breeing. upon (he possibility that leprosy and ''spinal meningitis germs were carried by this hbusehold pest anO that numerous cases'had recently been cited where tubercular infection been 'cau by the bedbug. it has been discovered thai tlie hug Is able to live 229 days without food, he remarked, Incidentally, in .urging that a puhlfclty carripafgn be conduct- cd to warn house wives of the grave conseque-nca which might reiult in permlltlng the bedbug to live. A NEW OCEAN LINER Dant'zls, Germany, Dec.. Gorman Crown Princess christened with name "Columbus" the slcani' er for tho MorUi derman Lloyd line, launched-here today for the service between firemen and New York.' The boat, which displaces about (on? and has a speed of about 21 knots T.lll make her Oral irlj In August, organise and appoint a chnirman and tlme.'aud feeling that' ho'woujd be a secretary- It is expected (hat it will charge upon .aa long as he be .necessary to erect a remained here, rerjuested this aid, brick school there that his 'pareati and friends would care for blpi If could ;et to them. The motion that this lelp bs'jranted (o'Mm VRS made by Aid. Lovfring aqd Hamilton, aild was voted to" him u'nanlm'ou'sly. Heara was for 'a time employed it the Gait HoijtUl as an engineer. PROTEST NEVV RAT? St. Louis, Dec. against the proposed Increase from M lo cents a ton in coal carrj'lng rates of railroads entering and tes- iirnony tending to slow that-the pres- ent rates1 allow the railroads.a rea- aonabie profit were heard today at the session'of the Interstate Corhmerce ComBiUilon's inqujry. Provision Is being inade by Ihe city for'tho safety of the 'wee skaters at Henderson mesh -vlre wlH shortly be installed to keep the within 'fi'safe area. 'Mayor HardEo has'made possible tho filretchlng wire from Gllles- pie's hoaluouee south to the stone but all the littla tots will bo cautioned to keep within these hounds. Tlia water Is.shallow under this and 'there Is very little danger, 'even thougn Ilia-Ice should unexpectedly jive >ay, that serious harm would result. Lights will be strung alpr'g Ihls fence, and older skaters will allowed outside the limits at their own rlifc. Tlie Board of Trade has communi- cated nith-the Cily Council .regard- ing the necessity of opening a erod- ing at Twenty-first North, which >'ill be almost Imperative the subway at Tnli .rtednth work on street has coinmonccd, and a motion was pass- ed yesterday instructing the Secretary lo notify'the Board' of Trada that tha matter was in the hands of the Rail- way Commission, 'which has already granted the right to establish" such a orossjng. Jlr. Robinson was also in- structed' to gently remind the Hoard of Trade that the for com- mencement of work on the subway before spring were still tomenyuat re- mote. Complaint was rriade to the Council yesterday, by one of the city fathers that the spitting bylaw' "wa's not be-. Ing enforced, and the Mayor the complhinifig one that an -i fort on the patt of tho police would be made to eliminate till NEW MEMBER OF Quebfc, Dec. It Is reporled here that the new porlfolio ol Minis- ter of Roads iuit beiiig created by a bill passing through tlie Provincial Legislature, .is la be given io ttie gi Hon.'George "A. Slmard, whoso stren nous work lor the 'advancement ol the cause of good roads lias him a great reputation In that con- throughout the province. Hitherto'all-the rumors have j directed to those having seats in ilie Legislallve Assembly, the lavbdle in trie guessing being Mr. Tessitr, nicin- jbcr lor Three Ilivers, in which case 'it was staled Mr. llonore Mercier, j member lor Chatfatiguay, would the deputy spcaktrsnip. But It is i stated thai the'recent appointment of Mr. Simsrd; to the Legislative I Council was because the Premier has the subject ol good roads in the pro-] virice. so his heart that he well- ed to get sotncone in charge of that department who wus also an enthupl- In lhat search he.went outside of political-; circles'lo gel him. It is not unknown lor a rnerr.ocr cl tho lejlslatiyB Council {a nold a uort- lolip. Sir..Horace Archam- bault, appointed Attor- ney-general, was not neces- sary for him 'to seek election. In IMS, again, "when Premier Oouln was called (he' 1'remicrfhlp, he tooii Allard; .then member lor Yamaskij Into tlie Cabinet.'.Jit. Allard resigned his seat, and was ap- pointed to the Upper House. A lew years later he came baclc to the Low- House, NEW DEPUTY MINISTER Vancouver, B.C., Dec. E. Grif- fith, for a long time connected with the British Columbia government ser- vice, will be the new deputy minister of p-jbllc works, vlco W. W. Foster, resigned. Ho Is. an 'eipert in railway snow lighting. All Drinking Men The Neal Treatment The man who drinks periodically or regularly Is steadily poisoning hit iys.: Icm and tho Neal Treatment tha only way to obtain freedom from ths habit.' The Neal Treatment is a' purely vegetable compound taken Internally' which leaves no bad after enectf. No hypodermic Injections tna'ploy- ed. Tho Neal TrcaUnent eliminates all traces of alcoholism from the system and restores tho. patient to perfect physical condition. NEAL INSTITUTE 820 Thirteenth Avenue W., Cilgjry, Ptiont W. We are headquarters for'high class confectionery. tell the best grail's nf rnncl' and Chocolates and our Home- made Is the best and purest. VVe make it ounelTCi. Fresh (landy and Fresh Chocolates !b 400 High Class Chocolales in Xmas boxes from 25c io Burnt Almonds nnd Maple Buds ptr Homc-Mfidc Cnndy, per .Iti 20c Stockiiifis from 5c-iip' Dntcs per 15c Figs, for Grapes, per ft' Oranges, doz. 45c, 55c, Hot Orlnki, Ctkei and Paltry' SPECIAL XMAS ICE CREAM The Olppia Confectionery 837. KIFTfi S STREET SOUTH ;