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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, 20, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE UAILY HEKALD PAGE F Complete Line of VICTOR RECORDS and MACHINES Always in Stock R. A. WRIGHT The City's Leading Jeweller Will there be music in your home this ViCtrola VI Vidrola IV Vhftrola VIII. The Vidrola will provide music for every one every day in the year. It combines in one mag- nificent gilt all the pleasure and happiness you wish each member of the than you could possibly give them in individual gifts at the same Write for free copy of our 450-page Musical Encyclopedia lining over 6000 Vicftor Records. You can get all standard and popular music on ten-inch, double-sided records at 90 cents for the two selections. ONE PRICE FROM COAST TO COAST Vidrola X (102 Any "His Master's Voice" dealer in any town or city in Canada will gladly demonstrate the different Vicftrolas, and play any music you wish to hear. You will marvel at the sweetness of its tone and life-l.ke reproduction. ALWAYS LOOK FOR THIS TRADE MARK VidtrolaXI BERLINER GRAMO-PHONE CO., LIMITED Victor in Home Products Lenoir Street, Montreal MASON RISCH, LIMITED Phone 791 21 WESTERN BRANCHES Balmoral Block, Next Wright's Jewelry Store ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE Agentsfor all Victor Lines 5th Street South. Next to Letkbridge Hotel NATIONAL LIBERAL TO BE NATIONAL PROHIBITION BEING TALKED ABOUT Ottawa, Dec. national Lib-, eral committee which intended to be of a permanent character, was. called into being today at a meeting of the Liberal delegates cailud to Ottawa for the purpose. The organization was effected at a meeting held in the office of Sir Wil- frid Laurier in the parliament build- The committee will consist of SO members and, will include repre- sentatives of! the Senate, House of Commons, Federated: Liberal clubs nnd other'recognized'-Liberal organ- izations throughout the Dominion. Tile meeting w-as held behind closed ;L l.l.nl HIM- Ottawa, Dec. 18. A- measure of national prohibition during the period of the war. may, it is rumored here, be broached in the coming session of par- liament at the instance of the temperance forces throughout the country. As yet the pro- posal has taken no definite shape, but it is being discuss- ed. problems whicli confront the country ami which must be dealt with. Mem- bers of the committee will be named at a meeting to be held this after- noon, s Wheat Hits High Mark The closing day of .the gymkhana tai surpassed the previous dass in point of attendinc" attl actions ind amount of monev taken in The exact sum ol monoi cleared bv the Daugh ters oi the f mpire at present cannot be. determined but it will repa} them for their hard work One of the features of the was tht children s entertainment Tach afternoon the room was crowded with' parents, brothers and sisters, ami friends of the youthful performers. i The program included a scene from I "A Midsummer Night's by. members of Grade .VIII. of Westr I minster school. The children who danced so daintily around the May- pole were Betty Church, Dorothy Ken- nedy, Gwendoline anil Gertrude Ham- mond, Myrtle Rose, Bessie TCen L dith Bin den ind Grace Tinning Hie clever li'tlo in the sha ilov. plavs were Jack Church Dons Smith Gordon Grace I orne Dale Dr Leech To Be Medical Officer The Taber Times, understands that Dr O ft Leech one ol Tabers best known dozens has been notified that Ins offer of his services as a medical ofilc i with the Canadian overseas forces has been ice pted The doc- tor will enter on his duties as medi- cal officer oi the Kiltie regiment- now being re ruited at Letbbridge al- most immediately Charged With the Murder of Soldier London, Dec. The ineyuest on Sergeant Ozaniie, alleged to J'.ave been murdered ov L.eut George Coderre "ctlrg Adjutant of the 41st Montreal Infantrj was resumed todav Ljmce servant to several London, Dec, total of Bri- iisli casualties resulting from the Seloniki exncdition into Serbia was only 127S. ThesjB figures were given' in the Souse of Commons by Harold ti. Tennant, parliamentary under-see- retary of war. Jlr. Tennant said that of the total only 'one and 85 men of other ranks had; been killed. Kiltie Recruits -o e ena which had been tal en to create a rep- resentative organisation with advis- ory powers, whose chief dnty it would bo to. study ,.thc various prob- lems confronting "the country, many of them arising- put of new conditions created by the: war. Ho explained that it was proposed to appoint a committee and to study and report iipori, all these matters. These committee's will deal with such important msUcrs as national financ- es, .immigration, technical education, etc. c. U was not the purpose, of the gath- ering, Sir Wilfrid declared, to fonnii- late a policy.- In view of existing cir- cumstances lliln'.coulil lie loll In abey- ance for (ho present, hut it was the duly of Liberals lo make themselves hilly acquainted with the serious is again doing a Zeppelin glide, December today touching the high mark for the season, reaching 1.13J shortly after opening. Mav kept company with December, doing better than 1.151: The previous high for December: was 1.121 touched about ago. The close on Saturday night was hut stronger cables from Europe this morning resulted in an opening figuit tv.o cents in advance of this price. All ,of which is by way of a Christmas present lo farmers who have not yet sold their crop. There are ants in Dalmatia tlul make bread by chewing sseds into pulp, forming it into loaves and bak ing them in the sun and then storing i fheni away fof future use. amphtll linnini; as we hive s hold at the close Mrs Con) bnrc was ahlv assisted Mrs Hodgson and Mis Hammond in pre- paring 'he exhibition pf witu-eolor pamtints bv lVic> Biook son (if a limous 1-liglish utist vvis worth) of inspection I he puipk if Lilhbiiny mil the surounUinir district seem to gieatlv ipniccatc the work thai the local chapter of the 1 0 I) 1 ale doing is tluy ptttoimed then new undortak inK iihcnllj tlcie were who went even dvy and siul tbey would not 1111 sed it for (lung Don t talk The c I hale just killed se is pnnMdl.g TEN YEARS IN JAIL FOR BRUTAL FATHER Prince A'.bert, Dec. years in the Prmee Ubert penltentmrv was the sentence imposed today at the suiutiuip couii Judce I amont on Joseph lakubson a Hungiriin farmer of the Claytonvillo district was convicted on i charge or mausUugh ter in connection with Ihc death of his wu Alike throe leans Four more stalwarts have been sworn on and are ready to wear the Kilt's of the 113th Highlanders, bring- ing the total today up to 212 The new recruits.are Pat Sheridan, Irish; J J Webb English G Sinclair and Jas. Ward, both Canucks. Webb is a vet of the. South Vfrican war and will hold the. rank of acting- sergeant dating from todij Mf Webh has bcsn active with the home Miard ond is a qualifiMi instructor Col A W PryceJones ofTcer commanding, .is in Calgary today pre- paring to take up bis duties here permanently. further announce- ment ae to the staff of-officers has been inadc. JOHN BURKE NORTH DAKOTA CANDIDATE Forks Iv D Qec ed Slates Treasurer John Uurke .will' he candidate for United bta m Sena toi from North llnkota to succeed Porter J. McCumber, It was authori- ratHely announced here tonight b> the Democratic- state centra! committee The surest thing you know on bakeday ;