Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE DAILY HE BALD Dollars worth of usefulness comfort he will appreciate. tVERY PAIR GUARANTEED FOR ONE YEAH T M (PROMOUHCED EASY) The following Is December siandiutt in tlie school with marks taken in the subjects latighl j in each grade CiliADK IX. Your Credit Is LIME ELS Good AT THE Alberta Outfitters Phono 1735 405-6th Si. (Dominion Block} Save Work for the Housewife .Don't stop tbe irood work when the outside of ruur house IB the outside of ru paint the essen the Jabora of t ife. A rough, splintery flo paint the floors and lessen the Jabora of the house- IK .in place ior perms and dirt to tukecp clean. Floor Paint iaeasilF applied by the hodsewife herself. II Mnks into the wnod, iiib up the cracks, run kins a hard, smooth surface that la ki-pt clsat! and saailary with very little Such a is rhole house. The cost U returned In the looser life the paintirivcstheliocr. A Uric ot colors to suit indl. ridual tastes. Sold by }cxlinz denlenj Write today for free book of "H u treefl 1 1 o u for MANY SOLDIERS NECESSARY FOR MON- EY REQUIRED iKc Campbell Allcen llnnham Knmccs Uunsworlh Kva Fraint! Agnes Kerr Agnes Livingstone Katheriae. Md'heo Dorothy Mart's Dona Murray Mildred N'immons Fraud's Powers Margaret Washbrook. Fulton lionnell Victor Mourns Hugh Cameron Lewis Cascaden Roy Conibear Leon Pur.sworih Karl Grant Oin'ord Horspool Wilfred Murray Charles Parry Lawrence Reid Philip West Lillarrt Mason Mason U7 SI" 70 87 71 53 !H 91 SIO 100 -111. 65 89 75 70 65 M 50 96 87 'JO 97 30 50 lil S4 fill 4S 70 78 5'J S7 118 77 SO 39 57 50 32 40 51 52 40 56 45 70 33 40 65 i5 49 57 50 77 71 40 71 71 4S (10 29 -45 59 65 7fl 49 61 9S 65 75 77 78 59 U2 40 35 74 FAINTED WITH W AGONY GRADE IX-COMMERCIAl, London, Dec. Liayutey has been giving an account of his stewardship in Morocco before the Fcveigne Afmirs committee of th French Chamber. He arrived iu Morocco at a moment when the whole country was seething with unrest as the result of the mutiny ar Fez ia April, and his first object was to pacify Fez and the Shawai dis- tricts. Throughout it has been his pol- icy, he said, to get into direct touch with the tribes. He insisted on the necessity of im-] pressing the Mussulman mind by the strength of tie French which must never run the risk of de- feat, and it was ior this reason that he hesitated so long before permitting CoL Mangin to advance on Marakeshi. Thanks to his plan dividing Moroc- co into five military zones: Fez, Mek- inez, Rabat, The Shawai and Mara- keshi. Bodies of troops were constant-1 ly on the, move iu every part cf the( country. This system of division rc-n-j dered ihe method of slow penetration and of co-operation with the tribes more practicable. Unless unforeseen difficulties arose, he hoped, he said, that after the new year he "would be able to dispense with the services of some of the French troops now employed. Their places conld be fill- ed by fresh drafts of Zengalez troops. He estimated that a loan at would be necessary at ouce for the fie. velopment of Morocco. Miss MAGGIE JANNACK MOUXT.VIX, OST., DL'C. I4fJ. 19" "I desire to lei the world know (tie great debt I owe "1'ruU-a-tives" which saved my life when 1 had given up hope of ever beinjj well ajtaiii. Forsix years, I suffered from dreiidlul Kidney Disease. My lower jmrt of my body were fearfully swollen. The pain in my side and lefjs would be so bad that I would faint with the agony. different doctors attended me and all said it was Kidney Disease and gave me no hope o[ getting well. A kind neighbor visited inc mentioned the case of Mrs. Fetmick who bad been cured of n sickness Uke mice. I took "Fmit-a-tives" and in a short time, I began to feel swelling went down the pains were soon I was well. I have Rained over 30 pounds since taking my frienda looV upon my recovery as a miracle." (MISS) MAGGIE JANNACK. "Fruit-a-tives" are sold by all dealers at a box, 6 for trial size, or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a- Uves Limited, Ottawa. S. A. Bains Marion Frame Viola Green Irene Hnlbert Muriel Macieod Gladys Oil Ekelyn I'rosscr Campbell AirJ Edward Hagell Maurice Miron Verne Taylor Thomas Watspn Fraser .Mc.-Vdam Earle MclJarty 67 71 59 71 38 74 54 58 39 2-1 56 GRADE X. Henry Johnson Clarence Price Arthur Scroggie George Watson .Marguerite Hunt Marion Marrs .lean Pipes .May Richards Kathleen Virtue WILL TRACE ALL BABIES BORN IN YEAR AND FOLLOW CAREER Washington. D.C., Dec. first subject to be takeu up by the newly created children's bureau of the department of commerce and labor will be infant mortality, covering the deaths of babies tinder one year of age. Preliminary for the in- quiry has been completed by Julius C. Lathrqp, chief of the children's bur- eau, who announced tonight an in- quiry will be launched immediately af- ter Christmas. Over oOO.OOO babies die annually in I the United States, and the children's I bureau is already in possession ot 1 data which inspires it with the belief GRADE XI. s a WINNIPEG SYNDICATE SAID TO BE RAISING MILLION FOR PURPOSE 1 nay! Oai u w ai c Local Agents 1 '.Moose .law, Dec. 1 speculation is ul'oot as tu a rnmor j that a syndicate of Winnipeg bust- j ness men is negotiating ior the sale j of tin: Moose -Jaw .Street Railway, which franchise was held by a com- pany ei' t-lh-j wiili offices here and at Ottawa. The concern, which began operating in tho summer oi last year, is capitalized at j and application lias been made to raise it tn a million, it cannot be learned uho constitutes the peg syndicate. j (r TRAVELLER'S We have just bought a large quantity of .Traveller's Samples, consisting of Children's Coats, Ladies' Coats, Ladies' Khnonas, Ladies' Corsets, are offering them at special prices. MORDEN BENNETT PHONE 1356 13th Street North. Nelson Cascatlen ....I........ Earle McCarty................ Frascr McAdam Bert Sang Sophronia.' LJonnell Jennie King Pearl Montgomery l.Ois Tackaberry Margaret Smith............ GKADE XII. Harold Gray James Maxwt-11 Arthur Morgail Clarence Sherlock Row Sloan Thomas Hamilton Rovie Armstrong Lettice Rcntley Brodie Carrie Cook Lueila Cascaden Kertha Harper Marcaila Lafferty 6S 55 G7 60 15 j that at least 150.000 babies may be saved every year. This would he equal to au addition of every decade to the popu- lation of the United States. The inquiry will have some new fea- tures. It will be the first honse-to- liouse investigation conducted by the United States government, based upon the birth records rather than upon the death records. The method will he to i chtain a list of all children honi witii- I in a given year in the communities, j and trace each child through its first year of life. The list ot questions ask- ed in this inquiry has been prepared to eover the housing, feeding, and care of the children. fjl 77 70 72 48 60 i 50 20 66 90 i CS 27 16 7R 72 95 83 (15 I 40 tiO 50 6S 111 SO 70 63 54 62 36 -10 68 S3 77 80 61 53 iifl 78 EUGENE COSTE EXPLAINS ONE OF REASONS FOR TROUBLE WITH GAS Calgary, Dec. lack of ven- tilation has been responsible for the three gas explosions '.vhich have oc- curred in Calvary within the last few weeks, is the definite slatemenl mane by Mr. Kugenc Unste, president of the Natural Gas company. The three cases have been the company's experts. Mr. a.sstrls, ami it luis been found that. in each place where an explosion has luppencil, there hns been an absolute lai'ic oi ventilsttwu A Lazy Liver Upscls the Whole System. Dr. Morse's Indian RooS Piiis Put Uiiags Right Again. A bitter tsstc in the ed tongue diz- ziness on rising sltcrnatdy loose and these mean that the liver u out ol order. Instead ing into the txr.vch, to regulate them and aid digestion, the bile has been going all through the system, upsetting digestion, leaving the boxvels constipated, and making the sufferer perfectly miser- able. This is The quick, safe and certain cure is Dr. Morte'a Indian Root They clear out the clogged-up system, stir up the lazy liver, cleanse the siomsch and bowels and purify the blond. The bile returns to its normal course, the foodja igiin digested properly and all the dis- agreeable symptoms vanish. Doctors pre-cribe Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pilli and they sre known through- out the world as a proven cure tor ail digestive troubles. They are equally effective in strengthening weak kidncyt aud curing rheumatism. Made by W. H. Cumsteck Co., Rrockvillr, Out., and wld by dtalcri box. IE; MR. CINNELL TELLS STORY OF STEALING DUBLIN CASTLE JEWELS Uuulon, LVi'. theii oi the Irish crown jewels from Dublin Cas- was brought up In the house asiun lust niglit by Mr. Qiiim'll, one of tho Nationalists, lie said that before anil in the course ot the lloer war the Hritish army In South Ai- jriea possessed llrst us a private ami aflotwiinU a petty ollieer of rail- road guuils llie "greatest scoundrel in South Africa. "He was well known in llie army as a reckless bully, robber ami mur- derer and was otherwise .Mr. Ginnell continued. "He could not be courtmartialleil because no- body would dare give evidence against him. He was eventually induced to resign, and went to Ireland, where lie obtained a commission in the third battalion ot the Royal Irish regiment. He, got congenial spirits in Dublin castle to admit him to their society then, opportun- ity came, he in conjunction others, stole the crown jewels. One of bis friends in the enstle was a lieutenant, in the third battalion ot the Roval Irish Fusiliers. CHUBCH SERVICES FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, Bank block. 11 a.ia. Wednesday evening testimony meeting S p.m. The reading room is open to everyone every day from three to five p .in Everyone is cordially iu- vlied to attend. FIFTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH, Corner 5th avenue and ISth street Rev. C. B. McKinuou, pastor. It a.nv. nd 7.30 p.m. Sunday school. 3 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday. S p.m. Choir practice, Thursday S p.m. All are weleorae. ST. ANDREW'S 13th St. and 7th Ave., north. Rev. A. C. Bryan will preach. Morning ;ubject, "A Vision ot Even- ing subject, "The Leit-IIander." Sun- day, services at 11 a.m. and p. m. Sunday school at 3 p.m. All are welcome. THE FIRST BAPTIST CHDRCH ill bold Sunday services iu the Morris Theatre at 11 a.m., and 7.30 p.m. :ler. A. C. Watson will preach. Bible school will be held in the church at three o'clock. CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OP LATTER DAY O. E Hall, 10th St. S., near Y. St. C. A. t.45 a.m. Officers and teachers meet- ng; 10 a. m., Sunday School; 2 p.m Saerameut meeting. Visitors ahvayg; welcome. Ltishop B. S. Yumig, No. 1 1st Ave. S. Phone 085. GERMAN -EVAffO-ELICAl, LUTH- ERAjiV-Serviccs to held at 710 ICth St., North Lethbndgc, at 10.30 a.m., and will be conducted by the licv. O. A. Oroth in the German lan- guage. The German speaking populaca is cordially invited. ST. PATRICK'S A. H. liosenthal, pastor. Rev. P. Jlraiwc- sen, ussistant. Mass S a.m. Children's aiass 0..10 a.m. High Mass 11 a.m. Sunday school 3 p.m. Evening service 7.20 n.m. Rcnnon at each service. 1257 Sth aveiixie A. south. Breaking of bread p.m. Evening service 7.30 p.m. A lecture v.'il] be delivered by Sidney T. JUtsford, subject, "Jesus Christ, tile future King oi the world." Ev- erybody welcome. Bring your Bible. No collection. WESTMINSTER CHURCH Offith- pas- tor, will occupy tile pulpit morning ami evening. Sunday schral and tti- bk: class 3 p.m. All are heartily wel- come. ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH (Angli- teighth avenue and El- eventh street Canon Mc- Millan, rector. Matins. 11 a.m. Sun- day school and Bible class, X p.m. Bap tism, -1 p.m. Evensong, 7.110 p.m. Holy Communion at S.HO p.m. on tlie first and third Sundays, and at the 11 o'clock service on tiin second and fourth Sundays. ST. AI.'GUSTIN'S ner. 2nd Ave. anil Sth St. Kev. Canon Murrcl-Wrighl, rector. Holy Com- munion every Sunday mocmng at S o'clock. 1 i" a. m. Matins. Sumlay school and Hible class 3 p.m. Kveu- song p.m. ST. PAUL'S, FIRST At tho home of C. tJrani. Sixth Ave... S. Sunday, Dec. Sunday school 2 p.m. Services -A laying' of corner stono of ne.v church at 3 p.m. Reheatswl ot Su-i- iluy school for Christmas at p.m. On Christinas day ser- vice will he held at li a.m. and the Sunday school concert will be held j in tho evening it p.m. i WIL'SLKY Sunday, One. 22, Kev. T. P. Perry, pastor. 11 a. m., subject, "Coil's high regard for humble folks." p. m., suh'ocl, "His name is Jesus." The Christ- inas musical program for the day will be.: Christmas Caroi, "The Sbr "tlif- them, "Christian the (Shel- offertory solo, "The First Christ- mas v iuoi, m- tte town of rccit., "Thus sailli the air, "Hut who may from Han- del's Messiah festival anlhem, "O worship the. pastoral svmphonv, anthem. "Hnrk, Hark, .My violin ob- NEW YORK CAFE CHRISTMAS DINNER MENU How is this for 50c SOUP Cream ot Tomnto au Crouton Sauffle Consomme a la Florentine RELISHES Queen Olives Crisp Celery Dill Sliced Tomato Sweet Pickles FISH Boiled Chicken Halibut a la Howard, Pomines Hollandaise Flllette of White Fish. Maltre d'Hotel, Pomines Quenolle BOILED Calf's Mead, a la Vlnalgerettc ENTREES French Lamb Chops, a la Croule Spring Chicken Cutlets, Maryland Style. Boston Cream Puff, a la Bowl. Braised Pigeon a la Bordelaisc. ROASTS Prime Ribs of Beef, au Jus, and Horse-radiili, Suckling Pig, Hub Dressing and Apple Sauce, Stuffed S'oung Turkey, Cranberry Sauce. Salmi of Duck, with Red Currant Jelly, SALAD Lettuce, Egg. with French Dressing Lobster a la Mayonnaise VEGETABLES Cream Potato Mash Potato Sweet Potato Caruon the Cof. English Plum Pudding, Hard and Brandy Sauce Apple Pie Lemon Marlnge Hot Mince Pift Strawberry Jelly Wine Jelly. Whipped Cream Christmas Cake and Lady Fingers Fresh Fruit and Nuts, Raisins Canadian Cheesi North South East West It has come to be a common expres- sion among careful housewives that Royal Household is "the secret to better baking For Sale by GEO. KERR CO. Lethbridge. MATTER WHAT COFFEE YOU now drink, it can't cost over a cent a day extra, to drink tlie finest coffee in the laud. This is grown from selected seed under the best agricul- tural conditions. PACKED IN ONE AND TWO POUNOCANS ONLY CHASE a SANBORN MONTREAL ligato, S. Smlovski F. Sloan, ac- companist Uhyml Jamiesun, dioir- niiistor. KNOX Rev. A. (I. Scrvice.s 1L a. m. i-.inl p.m. Saliltnth sclioul anil Bible classes i> p.nf- Cllincsi' class i p.m. The minister will preach ai hotii services. lilorning subject, "The Message ol OHrislinas.'1 F.ven'.ng, "The of I'fiiM.'1 Christmas 1 music, morning anthem, "A Child is solo, "The Birth- day oi a Miss i.uinhanl. ICveriing aiitliem, "The In- solo, "Let us have Mr. Fleming. Everyone welcome. YOUR INVALID FRIEND will be pleased and benefitttd by the gift of a one pound or half pouttl bottle of Contains all llmt is pood beef.