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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 19M THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE FOR CHRISTMAS liato a .very Choice Sfftpplyjof :i- YOUNG POKK ;.N 'CHOICE VEAL PRIME STEER BEEF AND Special for This Week Our Beat-Sausage, per pound We have large shipments of Sti'ictly Fi-esli Butter, Eggs, Fish Our Xmas Meats are the obtainable E. OXLAND Phone 792. 1110 6th Ave. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE ixmo; General Manner JOHN AIRD, Auft General MMUWf V. C. BROWN. Superintendent oJ CStoltal WMtem BrmwiM CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest .at the. current rate is allowed on all deposits of and epwards. Careful attention is given to every account. Small account! are welcomed.. Accounts may be opened and operatedjby mail. Accounts may be opened in the names of two or .more persona, with- to be made by any one of them or by the survivor, Wl Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brenner, Mgr. Magrath, Alta, Deo. 21-On Satur- day afternoon considerable stir was made in the town when it became known that the license inspector (Mr assisted by the town marshal (Mr. had made a raid on cer- tain' business premises on Friday night, far dome Urns honor has heel coming the town in too large a ntfantity-Miaiid. the -ratduhas became very strict, so >as to -make a-seizure Mr Wercer learned on Friday that Eome more warn enpected, and made his plans accordingly. The result came up to expectations, a lair amount of the prohibited stuff being seized and put under'lock and key The partk lars have been sent to the proper authorities at Edmonton, and if they sanction it .action will be taken, and the hearing of the case -will cause a great stir. On Friday night the school child Ten gave their Christmas entertain- ment entitled "Santa's in Assembly hall A very large audience gathered and showed their apprecia- tion of-the children's efforts by-well- tteritedrapplaUBe. PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF ICELAND RESIGNED This Followed Disagreements Over Proposed New Cojssnluigen a result of dis agreements over the proposed new 'constitution lor Ireland, the Provln cial government of that island has re- signed f The Provincial government declined to submit tha bill for the new const! tutiomto the King of Denmark for rat the ground that it could ___with the King's demand that Council should have the rTghl to "diicuts" the affairs o; Iceland Tlie King thereupon refused to permit the flying of the specialllce- landlc flag until the differences Were settled The resignation of the .Provineis government has been presented toVthe King, who wW confer with various Icelandic politicians and endeavor to reach an agreement, Iceland's government consists of-a Minister of Iceland1, nominated hV the King of Denmark, and a legislature called the Althing, which has-.34 mem here elected by populsr and six members named by, tha King.- Bv ery man and woman over 25 years ol success- fnl, not one child suffering from stage and nas very creditble to the 'Bachelors McDonald poem, "Garden of Dreams, D son, poem, "Land of Frank to the Daj, chorus. Those Ei enmg Bells' repaid A Mother's Ha Me bs" the "presence.of so many parents 'Nao, -poem P Landry and friends of thp pupils Vr Lar poem, 'The Dead Dolly" Bessie ter the the School Board, Ian noem, "Mv Lne.Dollv, M Lan- dry, poem, "A Gentleman N Jones, awarding of prizes to C Bels and C M( Donald for attend- ance, poem, "Baby's blocking" Nolan, poem, 'Mother's R Fisher, poem, 'The "Tap H Pearson, chorus, 'Merrv re- citation, "The Curate and Mulberry Tree" H Poole, recitation, 'Canad- iian Sleigh C McDonald, reel itation, 'Our Mande Poole, lUolMTTfiy tlic scltoo! chorusr "Christmas Welcome iMr G Hobbs HA present confined to his home an injured foot, caused bv an accidenf to the baling machine at .where baling hn> Kv TEACHING CANADIAN EXOTNEER BETBPITB CONSTRUCTION OF PONTOON Ko-rqlt. of tne Royal Canadian Engfneers of the Seconl Contingent receding Instruction in tiie building of different of nude bv the engineers of the First Contingent which try to be main talned bj the Second ContHscnt ;