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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. DECEMBER 24. Ifcastle Hotel 1909 Dinner Menu f HOURS "5.30 to 8.00 Queen Olives. Black Walnuts Chow Chow Greea- Celery OYSTERS Raw Ovsters with sliced lemon SOUP Green Turtle, Queen style Cousomme a la Angales FISH Fillets of Salmon a la Muise Bayale Halibut Steak, sauce Tartar Parisienne SALAD Fresh Shrimp with Mayonnaise BOILED Sugar Cured Ham, Champagne sauce ENTREES Spring Chicken Cutlets a la Milanaise Lobster Pattie a la Boston Puffie a la Bune ROASTS Puree of Ribs of Beef, au jus Young Turkey with Oyster Dressing Canvas Back-Duck, red currant jelly VEGETABLES Steamed and Mashed Potatoes French Peas in-Butter .Deep Apple Pie, with whipped cream Pineapple Jelly Lemon Pie Mince pie Tv3v pium Pudding, hot brandy sauoe Strawberry''ice Cream with Christmas Cake FRUIT 'Oracgcs Grapes Bananas TT'VO-> and Raisins McLaren Cheese Canadian Cheese1 Cocoa Black Tea Greet Tea Chocolate Coffee Fm Vt _ Books Portraying Are By REV: JJft; ClIAS. H. PARKHURST I ESTRADA IS GOING AFTER TEN HOTELS CLOSED IN THE GOVERNMENT HARD MANUOBA Bluefield, Dec. 23 Estrada it is said "today will immed- iately assume the offensive against Winnipeg, Dec. hotels as the of a the government of. President JIadriz. spirited fight which yes- The insurgent leader 'holds that the local option contest and one Zelaya element was removed closed is "allowed to consideration by the sweeping battle of Ramk- Madriz and his associates, now represent'Tthe army. The march on Managua is believed to be immin- ent. The prisoners captured 'at 'Rama: have 'beenyw'ell -fed and 'all i pouse the cause of Estrada and will- be armed and enrolled in the ranks -gaip therefore to the ".temperance cause is that' the prov- ince vnlf-contain ten fewer hotels this year .than last The -total number of businesses which were attacked in the campaign was 34 of these will remain HE hoitit; is the-bS-ns of everything best in our social, ecclesi- astical and civic'lifei It is fundamental to everything that is making for social respectability and wholesomeness. And the keynote to the home is matrimony. This being so, whatever tends to weaken the matrimonial bead is "inevitably bound to exert a deleterious "influence on every aspect of the home life of influence which will be far-reaching in its infamous effects. Every time matri- monial anything that savors of spoken lightly of or garbed in an attractive aspect the highest and truest ideals of marriage are made to suffer'in the eyes of all people. i But especially in the case- of, the thoughtless and' the young' is this true. i Anything which gives, publicity to departure from the pure simplicity 'of marital relations weakens the life o-f the home in .the eyes of these people and sows a deadly crop of sin and corruption in its wake. Whether the. medium through which this is done be the setting forth of actual in- cidents wherein loose marriage relations are typified, or whether it be through fiction, makes no result is exactly the same. i In fact, if anything, fiction is apt to do more harm than an absolute -narration of facts, for the latter is not so liable to dress moral looseness in an attractive and radiant way which will appeal to those who 1 do not take the trouble to go below the surface. 'And whereas the'youth, both male ar.d female, often would not care to bother with a newspaper account of divorce, infidelity and things' of that sort, he will read fiction. Therefore I say'that the type of fiction which is dealing with, illicit conduct is dekig a vast amount of harm. The tendency to-day is bad enough in that'-direc- tion anyhow fostered by literary repre- sentation. The whole matter is very much in the altogether too It ie never to be forgotten that, the less marriage, is respected and revered the less I the home and-all'that goes with it will the the of bur social life will mean. -It is really astonishing .-how- easily people will incline rtoward and not nice, and how rapidly moral" tastes, onee'dn-the downward track, will de-, tefiorate. f ,'tf rv AlArf UinrrvWr Contractors for Cedar Fence Posts, Telegraph Poles, Mine Props and Timbers, Railroad and Mine Ties P. 0. Box 304 e, B.C. of the- .insurgents. for at least another year. GUARANTEED GENUINE 'C5rpcer Is Busiest Man in Whole City Bj GEORGE H. TANNES WINES are the they are absolutely pure. and the finest -quality for the money. "When yon buy TTincs and buy tlie best; the spurious, article is harmful to the consumer, and should be avoided at all If you ask for, and irsist upon a bottle of Gllbey's, whethrr it be Port, Sherry, Whisky, Gin. Branuv or any otber Wine or Spirit, you can be etrtiiiivoi iAs PURITY, QVAL1TY which, are absolutely... guarantee! !j.v TV.: A. G-ilbey, the largest Wine aad merchants in the. Gilbey's Pure Wines and Spirits on in Canada are: GILBEY'S "Invalid pure, light irf-u-. GILBEY'S "JfonJina" nut'y .rg old. GILBEY'S "Pommcrd fir.esi lload-mr.i.'.-.p GfLBEY'S "Chateau Lo-udenne" night by the sol- diers, as a. result of the trouble that grew out of tho burning at Clint, Montgomery, of the negro slayers of Algernon Lewis Saturday The night passed without incident, and 'there now .appears...to, be. no more danger" of k'rac'e 'were afflicted with; glanders. were returned to, Ran lor. An Insp.e'ct- ,or' from St. who examined-the .animals 'also pronouncea 'glanuers. They were then taken !from the car The "town was compelled to bury them and the state agreed to pay the owjaer f70 for the team. the jail at Linden_ The negroes are All Our Patrons during 1909 Tkose who'will be our Patrons during Those who have recommended our Store to others The'People of Lethbridge and District C. W. GRAY THE HARDWARE STORE ;