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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta .PARF EIGHT TIIK u-rrmmirKii; FRIDAY, nF.c.EV.fiER in, MILITARY SERVICE PERIOD, FKANCE. 2 YEARS PAH1S. Vte. 13. of military law 10 sub- iciittM 10 ihe eoivrhruc-ni P. bill itiln? ilie of mlHiary he PROTESTS UNIFORMITY i IN EDUCATION IDEA] LONDON1. John Lo'aScn lodty 10 find .1 siiL1 't It T.ss rep' thai Mr. KoH-iian arquirod famous Pevor.shin? in Pi looking Paiai'e. However, he" dcrlareJ thai "nothing is SiMtU'.l IIH On ihe other hand. ?.lr. Bowman ad-j niltied that be wanted the brsi (Ible she for great hoic-l In and thai he exacted "mauers to lake MONTREAL, Doc. a laps? line! vt-ry tfoon." lie com pit- oj four the St. Jumes1 Ijtern.-v mealed ite London 'but." liti Society rcnersed Its annual dinner last said, "LomlDU mus; have more ai Joyce's on rhllfp tnd niuFt hard the test." Square. "Tte worid be added, "auil The of KiDS wag if vou you'll get run OTPT. fty Sir Andrew MerPhail, who com- H I obtain tbe I'eToasblre ska and plalcod ol lhe cverinereasIiiR ten- build, the will no; make lo uniformuy jn education 10 ceasenacn-e people BLT the prevailing idea which he fouud will thoi-e ii lo be me last mast .sironsly crluccd in Ontario, ivMrh ed. If I rail lo get the Devonshire KILLED AICRESION Log Gels licyond Conirol Pin- ning Him to (i Much Snow in Valley i Three Hundred Trees on County I Cavan Estate Cut Down I and Carted Off neivc-st thio; in Trora in howl buildiisg be ,vhlch he characterised a5 a r.uds'orrurred i'l TullvDrack TC'-' "iher than a rrovince. that all Cavan. Ireland, wbcn si'jtv men armed i 1 will one. elihousb 1 have r.oi another slic In view ai ifais titto." Mr. Bowrnin said thai, he estimated that tbe laid cost ol ihe hfiiel bo pro- i build here would be about for anoiher 0, ono eiactlv alike, lie counseled his he.i.-- i uh crosscut flnu ases llterallv a forest the FInlav ers 10 seek out ibc great cuitin- down and removing the appetite ot poetry ahrce hundred trees, by sayiog tbat there is shortly to lu1 published by a. Canadiau a tbrenojy SCO.OOiW. Iwblcli will liold its own with Ihe thrpo 4teuveen midnight and dawn (he lle said he probalily would name his I or four supreme iSrenodlos la the liii- ber was felled cut iiuo sizes and dts- J.onclon hotel the Diltuiore, cs he we3 eu'Ee- Tlie raiJ. which tbe TnoonligLl laci- iatcil. proretd.M like clockwork and A VITAL FACTOR It is natural for a growing child to crave what may seem an over-abundance of food. The vital, important factor is to assure not only a plenitude of food but food that contains those substances that promote healthful growth. EMULSION is daily helping to nourish and strengthen many boys and girls through ihe trying period oi growth. You shotdd not hesitate to SCOTT'S EMULSION to a child of any age. Try It! ft iributeil among numerous neighbor- Load coUnxers. Tbe raiders had u hundred carts in which lo remove 'iJio salved wooil. but irlth all that aud ihe unavoidable racket tbo oivners of '.he esUTC were not aware of the mid mull liic npxl day, when the tle- iiuded lanJscape startled them Sjto the police. arrested two men who returned "mop up" kindling. When the newa or their arresi spread a throag gath- ered and buoed nnd slooed tbe police. A search of nearby c a greal quamiiy of freshly cut wood, bu; ibc cottagers eiplaincd that it ha-1 left there or purchased Irom neighbors, leaving lhe police power- less to make further nrrcsta. _ t'KESTOX. U.C.. Dec, 5.idT dcst KiEficK Tataliiy Creston Valley has tad in years occurred oa Hfiernoon at the old in whii'h John Moore was Insianily killed, lie at work decking Ings. when one of the heavr pieces of ttiiv ber he vas fiic'iling into on Ihe iiile got beyond his coinrol. In his efforts lo clear ot it cm us descent from the the 'OK tended on Mm across tbo sho'jtder. pinning him to ihc- ground, killing him Instant- ly. The were taken to Hen- dran's uudertaXiDg parlors (rom where the fuueral i place this In CroiLon cemclery. Deceased wa? a man of ?j who camo here from Calgan- about eight week's cold dip. during which ire hat] one touch of 14 belotv zero, has been supcrceded by the Creslon Valley b.-anil of climate, and since Tuesday morning R foot of snow has fallen, much to ilie delight of the lumbermen. Toe white mantle is also vjelcomcd by the townspeoule, as tbe excessively cold ivealher and no snow on the Jjrouncl was psrnillling the lino to get danserously close to tha water mains. The sncw, ol course, Las put an end lo caltle pas- turing on (be flats, and these are husy days tor the ranchers getting their cattle honie. Tho deer shootiap season closed on Monday night, nnd not In a doien .c.ears has the local take- of venison hcpnxas Jisht as in 19IS, The only parlies tbat had any luck at all wore Messrs. Dick Smith, lioydell and Mid- Th'e police-wore'reported lo have r0ord- got niue between (hem at Com Creek, as well as a lynx and a couple or coyotes. Ranch properly still continues to change hands, drover Kitor has dis- posed of his ten-acre place near Can- Fashion-Craft Clothes For Men and Young Men Fashion Craft Clothes have all the good qualities [hat every man and young man should insist upon. They have style, dependable tailoring, ail wool fabrics, a large variety lo insure a perfect lit, a label that guarantees satisfaction, and moderate prices. If you will investigate, you will find that our buying power and the know- ledge of. the clothing situation enables us to offer you Suits and Overcoats al less than today's factory cost. Your judgment will tell you lo buy Clothes of known worth in these days of uncertain valuts. SUITS AND OVERCOATS yon City to h. Vance, of lied Deer. Alia., who has just arrived with his family and a car o[ effects to lake j possession. c. H. JiSftiillon, Methodist pas- tor, is a patient at Kornlo hospital, where lie is undergoing an operation ITALIAN SOCIALIST PLANS an enlarged vein on Ills neck, Hiid ROME, Dec. Socialist par- (expects to be absent about Ihree llameatary sroup has decided to ]D.j weeks. Rev, Dr. Calvcrt, or Kaslo, tensify its opposition with a view lading his work hero next Sunday- bringing about a dissolution nf the! Local ranchers who hare been dis- new chamber of deputies, according ,'posing -of their fat cattle took advan- to toe Tribune. jlage of lhe sale of two cars ot Al- jberta cattle on Tuesday lo till up any gaps in Iheir henls, the long1 grazing [season this year seeming to assure an ample supply. The slock was partly milch cows and calves, the former selling from down, while some of the calies brought Gen- erally speaking, the slock was in poor shape. Having successfully launched the Rood work or supplying hot drluks al iha lie Women's Insli- Lute Is this week instituting: the 32me commendable ctforl al lhe public school, at which quite a mimber of pupils bring Iheir mid-day meal. A member of the institute turns up al I lie school about noon hour each day lo supervise operations. i The institute cleaned up on lhe raffle of a quilt at Iho orchestra on Friday nighl. During Ihe lhe ladies made nine ot them, and it ia proposed to keep on quilt making and raffle the output with n iew lo securing finance to swing the annual courention.ol Kootenay-Jioiin- lary institutes to be held here noit eplember. Tbe Creston squad of Uio rt.N'.W. I.P, Is now tbree strong, tbe newst addition to the force here being LOII- itablc who has just srriYOil 'rom McdicliiD Hat, Alia. ctiG Ihroc Sunday school "Mfe conccrls, the concert orcliestra musl- cal evening and thrco nigbla of inov- ing Crcston realdcnlg will not lack for holiday entertainment. Dn New Year's ETC two masquerade balls arc carded. FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN 1 Ties, Mufflers, Dressing Gowns, I Suspenders, Sweaters, Shirts, f Hose, Gloves, Pyjamas, Handker-1 chiefs, Belts, Smoking Jackets. Shop of Fashion Craft Oliver Block, 318 Fifth Slrcet So said ;hc Lloyrl George, who addressed a Caiton Hnll, Loudon. Lord Lcc ol Fnrebam resided. representing all agricultural interests at the 0 Christmas Present of Admiralty To Navy Almost Topples Nelson Off His Fedeafa! in Trafalgar Square ritish naval millennium has come. The nrlmlralt'y liar. announced that 35 n Christ- mas ix-KKcnl lo Ihe Drltlah every Ijatlle.'hin am] cruiser will be furnish- ed with a supply of cosy so the jnck tara will lie Ihoroughlj- comrortahle. Trim will llic lerm "armchair admiral" cease lo Ije on cpUhel and will Jiecome, 1[ anything. on epaulet. The press has some gnod fun orer Ihe announcement, writer declar- ing: "Nelson, wlien Interviewed in Tra- falgar Square thU mnruinK, said tie a deplorable sign of luxury, n-hkh vas eallnff Its ivay Into national life, hut lie nearly fell off pillar when ho was. (old lhat rlec.lrle food riojters and raJlalora ivcro to bo placed In all mesae.i and reading- rooms." TO RELEASE AMERICAN GOODS one. Ilrllaln Is prepared to release American goods seized 'during trio war upon (he establishment of ihelr ownership at