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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta HUDAY, IMCCHMIJHn 19, 1910 nn? DAILY IIHTULD SKVENVKKX Goldfish and Their Habits Tbero U au old superstition thit It Thero are Juit a elmpl? rulu lo healthy to keep an aquarium u( lolLor. In the flrit place, the aquar- KoiiiriBa in iuc home-. Like all super- lum abould not be 10 tbat Billions thti baa aome aubilaailatfon the flab hiio of room and In and tbere ts nothing supernal- breatblDg space. Tho uiual alu of urnf about It. Au aquarium liileti with aquBiluin fur Ihe borne IB about (it-sli uater standing la tbo room will! by sixteen Inches, and ten Iti- Libiurb the Impurities c' tho surround high. Tblj .Teasel should not air, and Iti Ihts niantier no doubt contain more (ban lour goldfish and iho fUporBiltloo, developed- Howerer, two More than lhat crowd aside from that, an aquarium adds a the tank and Ihe fiib loon die off oca certain (.'harm to the RurroundlnKs. und. by oiie. as thcj havo col. sufficient Is an cilucatlun iu Itaelf. Most people breathing apace. Such a Teaae) fhould buwcvur, will say: "contain not more lhArs aquatic "Yes, I have Irlr-d to keep gold fiah, planli. Those plants are necessary, hut Ihe'v poau slchen and i as they absorb the Impurities of the The "main reason for ibis IB that water, and keep the aqoarlum freib, most JILTSOUR overfeed tbc fish. The but too many planU Trill pre-Tent the lite of a goldflih Is from twelve Lo fljh from iwlmmlng ahcuL frealjr and lurenly and there Is no reason getting planty ot eierclae. u-hv the llsh cannot Le hept in good 2'ulrorlied food if tha belt for health I the nsb, bui laoil make tie INVALID LADIES This is For You Tlicte uro ntiion' to Lrr'ji who Buffer untold miseries This ia due lo. Uie and strain of ererydcy life. iho tiiab anil" (IrnrtJvT.v huurohold dutlea, or pei-lmpa tbc im- proiicr or. glrlhucd. Tiico, too, physical chinses iLat mark ihc d.iffcrtnt of (maiden, wlfo. mother, 'change of have much !o do wiili Tier sufferings, much or which arc endured in silence, unknown by oven the family physician 'and must intimate Tiicntis. MILBURN'S HEART AND NERVE PILLS .They effect on a woman's jjBtern, inBkinK- "palns. pnil acn'eV "vanish, bring color to the pale cheeks, and sparkle to Ihe eye. Tlicy do this by strengthening ths weak heart and restoring nnd tonlns up the rundown nervous system, and making the --.vliolc being thrill wlUi new life and Tlgor. Millmrn's Heart and Xen'o Pills are 50c a bei at all ijealerij or nmilud direct on receipt by The T. LImtttd, Toronto, OnL uilatuko of feedlDg tho rUh day, TUey aio 10 lion, and they-tiia be kept ID ht-alth only ctrelul (ccdltif. Unce a week is quite suftideci, md Ihto only a pinch wUI be ample. The Lima to feed Ihe flitt It vrheo they j ire 10 huogry ilwt acluaJly Jump of the water to al the food. Wboo they permit ihe iood to float on top o( the Aquarium, acd do not Inclin- ed lo Is It Is i atru Uiey are In that case they ibouid not recelre food for ai leait a wtsr Anoibar untie, br those who hQvo acq'jirlums is tbat the Artier li cbaojed coo frequenily. Seine change tha wawr day or over? other .day. Thd water should really not be] changed more than once U moDtbj. H tiie aquarium has the prop- er number of fab and yliaLa, and a! for tadpoles, act as Bciveagere, j the proper balance Trill be prejened J and the water Kept freih and pure, All that la necessary to add K cup 1 of water occasionally to nialre up tho ovaporatlon. Frequent rhantse ol wat- er alao ktlla the fish. Is dua to tho fact thai, they are very fieuBliIre to sudden change of temperature, and trip fresh walor, not having Ihe tampBrature as Ihe water from which they have been reuioreil, may glre them a chill and Ciuso Illness af once. Changes In temperature In the; outer aid flo not affoc'l Ihe fn fact, the can freeze !Q tho aquarium all harming iheiu. tutb A change la gradual; but to suddenly tdd cold water wJll be very harmful to them. AVLen hoalLhy the fish will E-.vim about In a lively fashion, breathing regularly and faking food eagerly. Jf sick, a Qsh will slightly turn on one eide and about lii the water 03 a person (n an intoitca'.e'l elate walks on land. As aa ibis is noted some salt should be added to ihe wat- er. This in cases rnstoics iheni 10 healLh. If nal, the fish should he removed lo anolher vessel, contain Ing wRler tlnced with salt, otherwise its companions may also bo affected. If the flab Joes pot recover within a day or two, nothing further can be doae. It la probably not generally Vnorn, but fiFh can be made pets of Jus! as any domestic animal. gradualli- Lefiln to know the person who Iheru, a nil when he or aho approaches (he aquarium they will show ever sign of pleasure and delight, wagging their (alls as dogs do on the approach The Value of Saving Liter, invttted, but ihey lint lo iccumul- ctpiul. The fail step lo- wirdi wealth K !o optn Sivingi Ac- couni. The second it to uve regulirly. in and about our simple, convenient, Savings Accounu. Interen compounded every six months soon amounts up. THE BflUK OF SCOTIA Matter To Be Discussed al .Meet- ing of Cabinet to be Held Shortly OTTAWA, Dec. the 'oiniiip New will break the re- icord1 in good resotatiuni. For some now hare been coming to ilie governiaent thai the prohibi- tion should be re- winded with numerous correspondents wanting Christinas "In ibe good old way." .As Inilnmted a few days ago, it IB Improbable that, war llmo realric- ilons wJll bo removed so earlr. Bui thflre are indications (although no d6- cIploD has yat been reached) thai, the realncitonB pass with the The'question cornea before ih11 cabinet council for decision within the next Iwo or ihree days. The point in whelher war time or- Jcrg-in-councji. including Ibe prohibi- tion order-in-councll. should be resriud fid or whether they should be permit- tcJ to lapee tvltb the proclamation of 'e. Were ihe orders generally re fled, exceplion would probably be -----e in the case of orders dealing i with che tIL'posal of alien enemy prop- t-tly. pork [jiick.'-r.; -vculd rvppear to re- mole a n 3 M> fir a> run be V -ITTPJ no roasirJ'-Miiim l.een xiwu to thi quesuMn up to ibe pri Elme. J: Is reportel ihai if .-.imilur to those whkh reqnlr'-J act ion in L'ultcd Kiates Pii5' in they ihroUffh the mod i'jni of ihJ tx ar-1 uI rtiinnitrre unlj" a inquiry. FOUR DEAD VOHK. Dec. 18.-Toy r were fcund OTTAWA, Hoc. nl of (he govprnment following i in-'ty. They wcrp Mrs. Olr.i (he HI.UOII of the I'nltcd Smies ROV her four yt-ar o'.d ernnitnt Ly curbing iht uc'Jvltlos of' :md two old iDTfinl aivl a nurst. The Prince and Major Laroc, 22nd Kiret Canadian Baurry. CommandiDg Guard of Honor, at St. Johns, Que, :s B J- of Ihoir. matter. -Thoy will also re- U) thg call of their nume and come to Lhe toil ol the; uhen B-jmmoned. TJipy also show of ealousjv snd their manner of life in tho aquarium with Ihelr compBuloUE Is an Interesting source oC study. i We have a large awortment of Dolls. from 25c up to Doll Carriages. to BOTH USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL ARE TABLE CUTLERY, SILVERWARE AND CUT GLASS. Wo 3 fine range boll la slylcs and prlcet. We also have an up-lo-date slock of NIPPON HAND PAINTED patten, and price will please Also a good selection of CASSEROLES al from to JlAUK-AX'.' N.3...Dec; four-day battle with a. fire .and' 5tohn tbe Bed Lino steamer Lancastrian, Capt. Wood, Arrived In 'nort lalo yesterday Rfternoon and anchored at quarantine. The battle with the flames reached its height yesterday morning, wbc-ii No. 1 hoy was flooded in a Jin al eii- deai'or lo check tbe blaze.' Tho pp.lled frptn Ant- werp on Dec. 2 for Iho UnlLed Stales find encountered heavy weather all Iho way. On Sunday morning, as the vessel WES approaching tbe coast of Newfoundland, fire was discovered in Xo, 1 bold, loailcd with chemicals. Immediately on discovering Ihe fire, CaptH the crew began their fight; steam pipes ivcre puL hold, and until yesterday morning they worked (o save Ihe chemicals. Dur- ng the enlire fight there nas danpur. nn explosion, but. undaunted, the rew continued tbc fight. Yesterday iiiK ivhoii off Llio Nova Sr.tiikv oasl, Capt. rleClrfed lo flood the old and this .aine, only after re.ry other means had been used to onlrol the fire. All tho time the re was raging In the hold the steamer encountering heavy weather. Steamer Refloated HALIFAX, X.R., Dec. Unit- ed Slates shipping board steamer Lake Gatewnoil, ivhich went ashore last eek at Porl Hood Island, hag been rc- loatcd. Steamer in Ice Grip QUEHKC, Dec, steamer Canadian Recruit of the Canadian RELIEF WORK FOR SOUTH Wi W M Come in and see our large and varied stock of TO YS! YOU CANNOT FAIL TO MAKE A PLEASING SELEC- TION- C G. OLANDER iDarine. which and al- .-was In the -grip oC the ice olf'-LflpBtU Hcno tila morn- ing. that tiia Eh I p was' out df; control. Tiie Can ad pinner, sister ehip of the' Ilecruli, also fceen- caught ID the In any Tha goTernraeotfileamer Gripy, which was frqm Quebec nesday to Assist IhVKer.riiit, bcoa held up at Groaac lale by heary log abil ice. Ice conditions bare also pre- vented the 'Canadian 'fiOTernmcnL stcaincr reaching tho ]le- crult. Steering Gear Gone HALIFAX, X. S.T Dec. 19.- A .w.irc- less message Intercepted here Mils morning from the Ifnlled Slates shlp- plhg board steamer Eastern Cross and j giving her postlioti al 10 o'clock last (night as latitude 37.45, longitude G4.45, i states tliat she Is nndoavoring lo I nach New Yorlt under Jury rudder rig, j her steering' gear having gone. The Eastern the time the message was filed, was heading notlj, norihwesl and making sir knots. The vessel Is bound from Galvcston to Liverpool and hod put In at Nor- folk on Dec. LJ.F.A, Co-Operating With Red Cross and Finds Need Urn.cnt 524 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH I In view of tbe fad Hi at certain snc- lona of Southern Alberta have suffer- ed severely- from drought this vcar inil previously it was felt thai ihctoj might he need for assistance beyond' from Govern- ment sources, especially in the nature of winter clotbing. The If.K.A. anrl U.FAV.A. Rladlv ac-s ccjitcd (he otfcr of tlie Alberta I'rov-: Incinl Uranch ol Ihe Jlcii Cross lo co- oprratc with llicin In tlic mrt (listrlhullng of siifh relief, (lie. Iteil Cross having the? iicccEsnrj- in a- clilnery lo il, and inter- nationally organized for A waa acconlingly sent from iho U.f'.A. renlral lo s- Irlctfl In ilio ilroiiRUt area, to .mcerlnin I the for outdirlc assislancc. I to Pcccmher -ith. [he names and acl- dreafca of 121 families reported to be In need, were received at [lie. U.F.A. cnntrsi office, the number of children being apprrixfnialoly 500. The in- formation thii3 received Is RITCH lo' the lied wlio In turn sutui Hiol (leslrert clothing lo Ihe U.K.A. local at I ( point, acting a.s distributing agent. With a view lo the regnnrce.' of the Cross, lliat llioy might bo a tip riu ale ly cnulpjici lo tit, tliia tbc T.K.A, scnl out appoal lo locals in the more for- tunate ftrc.ig of Iho province Tor contri- butions of clolhlr.g to be Pent ilircct fo Iho fled Croas Society, Calwry. A special relief being open- ed dt central office, United Farmers of Alncrln, Calfrnry for conlribntions of money, Ihcaa lo lie acknowledged end official receipt aer.L from Control, nd uleo list published on thn Albcrla of Tho Onlcle, and In The crn 11 Is Intended ibal MiiiK money shall be utilized to" pur- IcIiasQ a certain qunnlliy of now r.lotti- InR (o suit particular needs not al- ready mot by Iho rlolhlng scnl di- rect, lo the Ilctl Oroga. Gloves as Gifts are doubly welcome when they are Acme Gloves. Men appreciate tlicir smart ap- pearance, snug fit and excepl- ional wearing Gioc Acme Gloties RECORDS FOR CHRISTMAS 18389 Silent Night, Holy Night, by tho Neapbll-' tan Trio. Christmas Hymns Selection, Harp. Yule Tide Arthur Pryors Band" Nazareth, bass by Frsnk Croxton Divino Service on a Battlefield, Sermon rUv. Parkyn Divine Service on a Battleship, Sermon Rev, Parkyn 16996 Joy lo the World TrFnity Choir Oh Come Alt Ye Faithful.. Trinity Choir 352B1 55479 35678 Hallelujah Chorua ..Victor Mixed Chorus Christmas Song a and Carols .................Victor Mixed Chcruc 3S335 Ring Out Wild Bells by Percy Hcmus Christmas Lrght Behold.............. by Peerless Quartet 35412 It Came Upon a Midnight Clear by Victor Ortorio Chorus While Shepherds Wstched Thtlr Flocke by Victor Ortorio CiioruE Mason Kisch, Limited BALMORAL BLOC-fC LETHERIDGE, ALBEHTA JL Gift (OT aefeversCtaistmas y The "His MailerV. Voice" 'Record Gift as above, enables, you. to. (five your music-loving friends or relatives. Something they really because with it they .do their, own selecting'. It completely answers the perplexing question, Shall 1 You mmply fill out a certificate with the name of the recipient, and the amount you desire to expend, Pay the amount and receive a certified certificate, or if you wiih, we will mail same, timed to on Christmas Eve if desired to ony address you name. The certificate, is redeemable Master's Voice" Records for any amount the donor specifies. Any "His Master's Voice" dealer will gladly arrange it for you now a -Hiilintl llmilii, Afsnlrdl WE SELL VICTOR RECORDS The Willis Piano Go. 707 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH We arc Agents for Victor Gramaphones and Records. A good selection of both on.hand R. A. WRIGHT JEWELER. 5 Street S. Balmoral Block Lethbridge ;