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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta - r / I c. THE LEtHBRIpGE DAILTT HEllALD WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1918 rn^ii^-- ^tj^le of Phones Are To Be Installed Throughout ' "' ,*City . �� v;;^aSf^itsWp^6ne8 aire to lie installed SJfmSf .^Canada, and ,In^tiillaUon will (roceeded �n-ith;at;5ii;tiB>yThe tele-) .are .bi-aad new', ahd'th^y may iked 'to for better sendee .'in J�f;jreason,.lor the change .Is. that tietJibfidge flvstein, wh{clir-i*-as the ..nto^atio system inafellefl' toy ygorenirfSnt in*the province, has-' .differ^t trpea of telephone seits *r,'in'�*b?e, and these all require'a j^j;.,, ;'il!Herent adjnstnient o� the delicate tV'>rv;:>�$oli�iilsm:,of switches in central. By rri+'-rr;ftoi8sib)e to use the same adjustment '��..'> '�tlirouKliout, and this will allow for (more, accurate tuning of the auto-l'..,i3n&lic switches. . ^ !�|:;,jVATjen. ,Uhe new telephones ar.e; all Installed the old sets will be shipped -io Calgary where they will be installed ./tin the system there. �(^i'. Inferno, one of the greatest race -librseSi^rdd in Canada and the winner' � i,-i�f I'Toronto-Oup'and other trophies 'Bom'e years^ago, w-as sold at auction I*,, ifor $100 at.a Toronto stable. mm GET LOAN'S FOR YOUR PAIN RELD Y6\L donH have to rub it ia ^1 .to.get!quick, comfivt-� ^ '^�,ing relief 4V ^'�jCihce jroti?4e � trieil itjon that stiff jomt;;�Ore ttiUscle, sciatic pain, rheu-itnatic twaug*, lamfe^ack, you'U find ^^ ^>ai-,*^/iaoo_thlng relie� you never ' il^^iiSavi^l aiiminient could produce. iWM't stain the sitin, leaves no iOy-' ^testno time in applyingr, sure * ' to^Vt quids; results. A large, bottle ccVinbtay: v Your own �or�anf , riiggisl Has it. PMitde in iet,it.today.T^, ' y-: Hi ^ Some details of the triumphal entry of the Canadlaii. Artillery into Mons is given in .a letter T^rltten by Bombardier . Tom Hansiltoi . to his purents, Mr., and Mrs.-W. 'A. Hamilton, on November-13, two days after thS armistice was � signed^ 'Hei-e are some excerpts' from his l-jtter; "This is the time '^e'-haiye looked forward to for a long time, and the evejils of the - past few" days, repay for vavfis of the tryin.? time? we have beei' through. Monday was the first dpy for some time that I really was glad to be in France. \ "Whtin we entered Mons rvfoiiday movning it was a sight That l~\rill remember .is long as 1 live Yhe city was aflame with banners, flowers'and bunting, the streets lined with'cheering civilians falling over themselves �to shake hands with.- or kiss! or pin Belgian colors on the passing soldiers. We had the honor of being the first complete battery, in Mons, and 1 Avas in charge of the second gun. My horse was hidden with flow-eifs and flags, while two pretty .girls guided him through the cheering crowd. We had our horse lines On one of the main streets, and were billeted in the civilian houses. The women were fighting because one had more soldiers staying in her house than .tn-other. The -old lady - where I stayed was so nappy she didn't know what to do. We were almost siok. from drinking coffee we did not w&nt,^ut couldn't refuse. It was the same all the way- up! As we advanced through the liberated towns our reception was certainly that of the conqueror. The day *e' fore the armistice.was signed we marched through a town just vacated by Fritz^ and my! how we were received. Just as we were really en joying ourselves and ,hadt decided while, if this war weren't over, it w-as a fine war ani'way, we were rather 'startled by tlijp swish, of machine gun bullets'followed by shells; and' -we "Uwoke to ttefact that we were only a few hunared yards from Fritz; in fact. In front of our own. infantry. Our ^t was -hasty, if- Undignified. Miraoulousiy no^ a man was scratched. Evidently his machine gunners were Lralher �ervous.," It was* oie. iScf the closest *ayes that I diav'e had, .^or 'Some'-^'.tiiue. = Now I am running our canteen; the best job 1 have: had since I joined the army. This is certainly the life for France, but the sooner they cain land *me iu "Canada the better." MAY IN W 11 Thatr,there, will'likely be some further investigation into the quostion of inilk prices in Lethbridge, owing to the continual criticism of the high, price from the public, is jiitimhted in a statement of Mayor Hafdio tnade in the presence of the - two other cOinmisslofttjrs. . The reason for the pt;oposal, is that information has come to the city indicating that producers in the . Lethbridge district are gat-tlnj^moKO out of their milk than those Jn dther duties where the price to the consumers' is the same as in Lethbridge.' *AkCcording to the figures available, th"e producers at Medicine Hat, Where feed scarcity is more aggravated than here, receive less for their milk than those "of Lethbridge, though milk retails at the same price to consumers IhVMedicine Hat as here. it is uiiderstood that local dealers are not entirely satisfied with conditions, and if an investigation Is held it, will likely bring together the producers, the retailers, the city commissioners and represeulatlves of the consuming public. DEAIHIRNERIADY WARNER, Dec: IS.-The district was shocked at'the death of Mrs. C. Maeleod. 12 miles east of > here, ^ last. Friday. Mrs. Maeleod had ^een ailing io�a long time. A distressing feature of the^caspas that her two sous died .only a sh*ith two little girls. The .funeral wsfe held Sunday, and was ^ery largely attended Lei Honor Roll The following additional name� for LethbrfdgeW honor roll of t^oHe who have dlgdl on service hnvQ been handed in. Soirie of these are of: men who onllsted in the imuediate district:' Lieut. Clarence Rogers. * . Pte. William; Johlison. , PCe. John Stephenson. Pte. Jo6 Held. . Pte.,nDbt scpttr;, APPROVE OF ALL - PARIS, Dec. 18-Much Interest attaches to the conferences which Prosl-_d^nt .Wilson will have with the .King bf Italy, who is ^pocted to arrivo her,e toihorrow. It 6as beeii; said'liy the president's associates that he will go further into th�t subjectTot Italy's posi-tioii at the !peace conference in his' conversatioiis with, the king, having already 1ia^d-,8eyriral'Informal , talks during the Voyage ;fr6in 'Anieri^t)'. to FraiicQ with.CountJ/MacHi'di Ceilere, Italian ^1)assador4n"ii^, Jintllcated- by>thlB^outline,  - *i .1. ' -1 Tbis.^lstoi^e'dot.ihe aubj^cts^.which Mr. WrilBon .^isi3iiB86d with.. Coont' dl Ceilere,' wfloii hfe in believed to have told the extent to which the American represohtatlveb were willing to gp in the forthcomlnti oorifereuces with the premiers of the entente govdvnmcnts in support of Italy's claims arising out of the wAr. ^ WAS BXTEJidlVE PLOT OTTAWA, Dec. IS.-In response to a request from the nien taking the agricultural course, the KhakLUniver- iers. Befoi-, coming to Canada, they 5�,,'=�"��^'>^Xe fespecffuifprob- LISBON, ' Dec. 18.^Do^uments fourid'',ofi'.9n^ Qf^those arretted in connebtioK with tHe sMassinatlon of. President ParJs last Saturday how that an eMenslve plot had v'been orsanlsed, the participants In \itvdrawing lots to see who should itrlkp the blow against the-presl-dent. � ;  ' ' . The body of President PaiJSi which had been placed Jn the eelen f*ala/Be, Was vii terrlflc.air attack on Paris is printed In the Figaro. Their purpose, says the newspaper, was to use 35 alrplan�% which were to di-o.o 6,006 lnoai�> diary bombs containing che(nloi(l* which would cause fires of such a nature that pouring water on s them'would but serve to feed th� ..flames. a second squadron :of 35 ^(n� chines'was to foilow with ordinary bombs,to be dropped on th� fire fIgVtsrs and the crowfis r�. vealed by the light of the ;bur�> . Ing buildings. . > poultrv win-be extended,to the wives of the soldiers who are flttihg themselves to follow'farming'in CanMa. , Mrs. G. C. 6unnlngha[m, formerly d6mestic science instructor In Manitoba, has been placed in charge of this j' important branch of the overseas instructional work. - ''', erfement which feels^that it,should go rTh� Notorious J. W. Keith, manager of the. Dominion Life Assurance Co. .at Calgary arid prominent laymen ot the Presbyterian church, died in Philadelphia. ., . . Who is Heleiie"? ' "The Noto�rio>i8 Helena" sold her soul for a pot of gold. Why? rcM will not lie packed, as they will keep 8 h'ours in this weather when hardjfrozen. i....,., SEND YOUR FRIENDS BRICK , OROtR'^Nbyit AND SaVe A RUSH, 60c ITBEAUHfUL tf^ THICKJLflSSY, WAVY rV^Thist All Dandruff; .Disappears and' Hair Stops Comingj' �. ,  Out '^^^:u * "Danderine Hair ""V'I'if you wish to ""Imme'dlateVy the beauty of your hair. Just � t!lolhj~'With I>aiideTine and ffi^.oarefuHy through your iiair, tode^Tsmall,strand at a time; ""i^'anseJit^.e hair of dust, lyfesteesBive oil--in- a "few varPO.rwllIp be amazed. YOur r-i^ll wavj', fluffy and abundant possess an incomparable softness, l^.t^id � luxuriance. . i� B^sfdes.ibeautifyinB the hair, one an-v.v'^llcKttdn of-Danderine dissolyes ev le^.of dandruff; invigorates the )�topping itching and falling (pdenpe is to the hair wha�.fresh rerst1iave lumps of indigestion 'lor'any distress in stomach you vg�t felietlpisUnttj^-No 'waiting! Ends ITWAS FRAME-OP In a statement to The Herald tliis morning Chief Hardy ^of the city p'6-lioe vehemently denl^ that there wis any frame-up on the part of the city force, as intimated in. some quarters, in.,.connection. with the Ritchie csiae. Wfi did our-duty and. we-are satisfied." :. The chief says thsft the charge against Ritchie was la^^ in the regular manner l)y the victim of the alleged hold-up. The city police then proceeded-about the case as they would in any similar case. They visited the spot, found clues, followed them.up, and.fixed on Ritchie as the mam who turned the .trick.. When Avian,:, the Italian, wa$ brought into the same room with Ritchie later, th.e police declare that he identified Ritchie as th^gjnan -who relieved him of his money, The city police wished to put Ritchie under arrest under the warrant sworn out by Avian, but the provincial -police requested that he be not arrested as he was in the custody of-A. P. P. officers, and would be produced after'a police'investigation, r- -V 'iEverything jwas - fair ' arid above board," said .the' chief. "We did not attempt to arrest the man out of courtesy to, the A. P. P. There is nothing below the surface so far as thetcity police are concerned." ESTATE BESIEGED >tt�t Mt a.tablet Of >'psin> aU the l&dfgestlon iii^ses, acidity, beartburn, wul'ajrapepsia'vanlsh. Pape's tibletB ctfst very Uttle at 'Advirtisement. ; �V^LAHSAW, 16.TT-The . maimer in "which'the Russian" peasants in'Vol-bynla have risen against their landlords is shownHby the experiences of Princess Polopkl, who is one of thie refugees gathered here. Her estate at Dombrovitza was besieged for one week by the peasants. Several Polish peasants aided in beating'oft the attacks.and'a dosen or morenot the Rub-aians were'-killed. Finally the Russians threw benzine on the roof an^ set it,on fire. The defenders (hen agreed to surrender if tlie womet>.! could go free. The peasants placed the men against the wall and executed all of them,- including the young-cousins of the 'princess. The worst li^mah ^in the ^world�pitted her wits against t|ie best woman in the world;! Didsliewk?^e'TheNolor:i ious Helene" at |h� Colonipd Thursday, Friday, Satiurday ^this weslft. There are so many gifts that please a Woman it is inipossible to eiiumerater ' all of th^rifti^Just a few suggestions- Vasifs, ^Silverware, Perfumes, Toilet Sets, Carafes, Leather Goodsj Station-. - ery, Mapicure Sets. No matter what else you send, include a Box of Candy, ^ GIFTS FOR BOYS It is no| hard to pleiase a boy. Gi^e him an assortment and you will, wii his appreciation. Books, Pocket Knives, BrusheSi^ C^eras, etc. For the small boy-tGj^cs, Toys and Puzzles, ^Let the boys^v^sit our store. SHOP EARLY! . GIFTS FOR MEN of French Ivory Chocolates Fountain Pens i ^ Neiy Bo(|ks ChSldi'^n^ Books S^fet^ R^ors Xnia% Staf ionery Kodak^ Xoiafs Cards ^Tinsel, Etc. THERED CROSS If you'want; to reach a man's heart , through a gift, send him something use- j ful. Cigars, Humidors; Safety Razors, Shaving Sets, Brushes, Fountain Pens, ;jvj|wy^ � DAAV /*n i kJ Playing Card^, Kod^ks^ etc. See bur UKUll dUUK t^l. Ltd. stock for further suggestions. ^ ^ sheblock builoinq, lethbridge GIFTS FOR GIRLS The. main idea with a, girl regarding gifis is that she receive-plenty of theni, Wfe � sugge^ Cameras, Books, Wrist N^atches,' Jewelry, Picture Frames, Toilet Articles, Ivory Goods, etc.'If; the jiris see our attractive stock they will Hkely eikpress many wishes regarding. gifts. I^RTHEtHIL^ Santa Claus is a reality to the little * folks,!'so see to it that their wishes are all fulfille^. In a^ditipn to special gifts ^rovidi^pleiityf of Dolls, Games; Toyg, Xancly,;lelc,, for them. Let the little :'iolk|*^dt|our store see our Special Toy Window. / , FOR THE OLD FOLKS Don't overlook the Old Folks. They, too, wish to berrennembered at Christmas, timJe.Bqoks, Calendars, Vacuum ^dtdei^, Hqt are appropriate Ipr the purpose. Send Mother a Box of Candy, too, and see that Father gets h fcox 6f Cigars. 11225219 04111864 ;