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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1917 TI1K LKTHRKinr.K DAIT.Tf HFIW.n FIFTEEN food value of cocoa has been proven by centuries of use, and dietitians arid phy- sicians the .world over are enthusiastic in their endorse- ments of it. It is said to con- tain more nourishment than beef, in a more readily assimi- klated form. The choice, how- ever, should be a high-grade, of course., IT IS DELICIOUS, TOO on every package w WALTER BAKER CO. limited Dorchester, Established 1TSO DeUr.Nnra: Tho Kacyckv- BclUnulca 30 .HiUa' now thrust bclora thfl .puiila by Al- lenby'i men: population li 'estimated 900 (Modems, JAws, Christiana, If hair's your pride, use HERPICIDE AGENTS, IX HIvioUtlWM.A Co, Ltd. Washington, Dec. In further appropriations tc complete war preparations during present fiscal year nas Lcen asfccd In deficiency estimates submitted to con gress since the holiday recest began last Tuesday. The navy alone ha asked for more then of this, and the largest single item Is for naval ordnance and or- dnance stopM.' L. IS THERE A SANTA CLAUS All Packers Were on Director- ate of Stock Yards Ter- minals Co. WaGliIuglou. Dec. 10 bow that persons connected with all lie large meal packers .are represent- d on tho board of directors of Iho Chi- ago JuuctEou Hallways company. noting Uio terminal railroads of tYio hicago itockjrards. was iu'.roducecj at oday'a inquiry. Frederick W. Croll, treasurer ot Ar- Hour and company, recalled today, bstlflod uho that the influence o( the pickers extended to tlio real eslale sit- uation In Chicago. Attorney lleney aid that Directors Spoor, Thayer and 'Hzgerald, of tho Chicago Junction talhvays company, liad the central manufacturing district property, >vliere Urso tlrnia are located, as trus- (or tLo Chlcsso Junction Railways and Union Block Yards company. Crol! was asked whether the Armour looks showed ill tho companies In the tlrm was Interested. He said they did. "Do they show that Armour and company were Interested In a largo itrius ot plants through Texas, Arkan- sas and Tennessee, which stood fn the name of Louis Ehle Irom l'J07 to 1917? asked Mr. Heney. "1 don't s Mr. Hecey read a list of stockyards in which Armour and company wece said to U6 Interested, the 31st includ- ing the yards at Louisville, Ky., Den- ver, Colo., Fort Worth, Jacksonville Fla., Jersey City. N.J., pmsburg, Sioux City, St. Paul, St. Louis, Port- land, Ore., and Toronto, Canada. iER OF IffllY, I BE PREPARED fflGHLY EFFICIENT li required of youuc men and iTromen Qualify tor Operator. Beit'eQnlpped Telerraph scheol in the west. Good pottloia wlib qualify. COUTM Includes Touch BUndard Rulei, Sptllloj duntUJ Otier Buijecti'.taaght. FOR CALENDAR AND FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE F. S. MeCALL, Prarapal, Alberta CpDefe NWth tOUONTON; ALBERTA norae, Dec. Glolcttl, ex-premier and foreign minister or the Interior, yesterday in. tho chamber fn answering nn accusation made by Deputy Pieclinl, said: "I deny absolutely tho comparison made of me as the Caillaux 6t Italy1. The fundamental difference between us is that 1 never believed, nor will believe, fn the possibility of a separate (peace or a peace not approved by our allies. Also permit me to say that when the enemy is on our soil the not otter a spectacle discord." iWiraiy PJerlinl declared that Mon- signor Von Gurlach called" to see Mme; wife of former Premier Gail- lain o( France, at her hotel and mei lier a second lime at Monsignof house. The deputy charged :hat thc-re lmd.been.no result in in- Balfoa-lntb Ihe sequestrated Ger- man bank. Plerllnl'n speech embraced all of Italy's political animosities for the ast two years, and H was made with :he approval of a large group of depu- tes who aro determined to carry on the war. Assortment of Xmas Confectionery CONS1STHW OF m fancy U ...J itft ii: WI FOR PAOE SHAW IN LETHiRIOGE ffi JACKSON CO. SMtRLOOK BUILDING ALTA. CREAM FOR ?an we have Ice CreW for tCfyn, like Carlyie's Ice Cream, it is k> inboth and debci ous. Qt Brlota 'i: 76e toe ......t, IQg i of nlmost tfx) on br 1 for two or more ot any M hi one hrick. PlKt tixrt atj be (e hare bricK frofen iiartl before being Mtjt "An-ifMUl tritrvAvttU by Dwemhw SJnJ. rttittntr i are lukJug redactwc of Ice Cream to 'Soldiers' fuuEes." 75c ordeh wffl be.. 40c wifl be CRYSTAL DAIRY4-lliilTip 5Qc Phone or 1577, Tells Hour to Stop a Bod Cough J-..... reinHa frnra tils iiiaxlo urnp. ytty ud If you ecvcro couch or chest: cold accompanied eorcncsa, throat tickle, hoarseness, or diffioult or if 3'our cliild wakes up during Ihe with croup you trant quick liclpt just try tnia pleasant tast- ing liome-mndo remedy. Any can ituppty you vrith of Finer (50 cent3 wortbU J'our tfiis Into 10-oz. boltlc niid fill the bottle with plnin pramikted syrup. Thus prepared, you havc.lfl 'of rntlly Tcciarkiiijb Much that can Jic depended upon, to pivo quick ud lasting relief all Vou csn frcl this take hold of a co'Jyb in a Vay that, means buiinrss. Jt loosens lha throat twklc and tooUica and heals tM iniUfcd membranes that lino the throat and bronchial irith wch' promptness, and oerUTuty that It is really astoniahing. rincx 3s A trpccial and nipTily concen- trated compound of fonutnc Norway fine pxtract and 13 noted for its spcttl IB OTCTComineiBCTero throat and chest colds. Its millions of tn- tiiusiBttio have made it faaoo.1, toe world over. There arc' inaur" wort Wets imlti- tions of (Mi noted muUirc, To avoid asfc' lor enters of Pin ex" witli full directfont don't accept tnyUuriz It b to giw -aVolute faction or moner prcropllr rcftrnded. Pincz TotoaW, Ofil THK HERALD makes no apologie.1! fnr rcpubllshitiRat time thla celebrated bll of prose which oilgmalty saw the light of day la ibe columns ol the York "Sun" back In 1897. We lake pleasure 1n answering at once and thus fircm- Inently tbo communlcaUon below, expressing at Iho saiiie time our great rail (lea lion that Us faithful author imiubcr- ed among the friends ol lie "Hun." "Dear am 8 years old. Some of my little friends say there is no Santa Claus. I'apa'saya 'II you sea it In Ihe "Sun" It's teH me truth, is thera a Santa Claua? VIRGINIA O'lIANI.OX, 115 West Ninety llfth Street. Virginia, your little friends aro wrong. They iuve been aftected by the scepticism of a sceptical age. They do not believe except they see. They IMnk thai nothing can te .which Is not comprehensible to their little minds. All minds. Virginia, whether they bo ineu's or childrea's; arc little, lu tbU great universe ot our man Is a mere, insect, ftii ant, in" his Intellect, as.compared with ths boundless world about bltn, as measured by the Intelligence capable of grasplug the whole of truth and knowledge. Yes. Vlrelnla, (here is Santa He as cer- tainly aa JoTe and generosityJ. and you know that they abound and give to your life Us highest beauty tnd joy. Alas! how dreary would he the -world. If there j .no Santa Claua! It would be a's dreary. "aV if Jhcre'.vrerc no Virginias. There would be no chfldlibo faith then, no poetry, uo romance, to make tolerable this existence. We should havo no enjoyment, except in sense and sight. Tho eternal light with which childhood fills tho world would be 'extinguished. N'ot believe in Banla Glaus! You might as well not believe In fairies! You might get your papa to hire men to watch In all the chimneys on Chrlstnms eve to catch Santa Claus, but even if they did not seo Rania Claus coming down, what Mould that prove? Nobody sees Santa1 Claus, but that Is no sign that there is.no Santa Claus. The most real things In the world are those that neither children nor men can see. Did you ever see fairies dancing on the lawn? Of course not, 1 but that's no. proof that they are not there. Nobody can con- ceive1, or imagine all the wonders tteie arc .unseen and un- seeable In tho world. You tear apart the baby's rattle and see what makes the noteo Inside, but thcro is a veil covering the iiriseen world which nct-the strongest man that ever' lived" 'could tear apart Only faith, fancy, poetry, love, romance, can push aside that curtain and view and picture the beauty and glory beyond. Is it real? Ah. Virginia In all thfs-world'there Is nothing else real and abiding. Xo Santa Claus! Thank God! He lives, and he lives A. thousand years from now, Virginia, hay, ten times ten thousand years from now, ho will continue to make glad the heart of childhood. s PHONE Miss I. CLristmas Minneapolis toispend her holidays. Mr. and Mrs. T: ljutt and daugh ler have returned from a month's visit' to Minneapolis, Chiccgo and -'other eastern points. Mrs.TF. Foster and Waster Jackie lelt Crystal Lake on Wednesday lasl ;o spend a month with her pister, M.rs. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Skeith will siiend in Cornwall, Ontario, where their'soii, who la attending school In Uie Slates, will meet them. The Christinas entertainment ot the Baptist church last night was very well attended and an excellent pro- gramjwas preaented, every number being very well rendered. The amount of was received for. Halifax relief. f Mrs. ,Ghas. Smith JfTa-'j.' Gladstone week.in Lethbridge returning on Saturday morning. While in they were the guest of Mrs. M. Pariilt. They attended the 'naemorjal aerv.ice In C. Church, by Rev. oh for PteT'JJonas and Corp.'Theo., Smithj who were killed In' action on August Creek Echo. !i. j -Under the auspices- of tho Great War n great gathering-ot last even- In's-ln club rooms, where each child was presented with a pres- ent from Iho tree apd. a big time wns had. There-were over 300 the gathering :enjoyed them- iselvea Immensely withHhe good Ihiags -----'led by tho" Refreshmeflta prc-Tlded. A prrtEram-had nil the children were so fak en other enjoyments that tils was dispensed w'th RAFFLE OF PIANO For Soldiers Families f I 'v t OWACf KM piaWntid Grand Piano -1 i f A fcwwftt W MM W i I TICKETS may procure frnn two Clwpton jf Hilling are spending the' Christmas holidays in Fernle. "J Miss returned four months''Etay h Sirs. A, C. Saunders lias gone to Shoiinavpn to spent Christmas with "nspc'ctor.and Humby. Wesley Church Sunday school Christmos entertainment held in Wes- ey hall Thursday-, night brought out a largo The programmes var- eil and entcrtuinfng. Special tion should be of the moiion song given, by., .the primary class, John Brown's vBddy by the junior boys and motion by junior A very acceptaWeA'Iofln solo by Milton Hicks came In for an encore, and a prettily executed drill-by senior girls met )vith much applause. Four very well .recitations were given. by tVp. boys and two girls.. MessVs. Steels, arid, Lacfinbauer's brigade 'of weni -'through a very clover dumbV bell exhibition.. The'entertaiti- ment glased with a tableau, "Hock of Mrs Brand pivs class, made effective by unseen singers. Each brought a gift for nursing mission in'the shape ot a, toy, book or eatables, making up twclv'e boxes in all. The thanks of the school.'Is.tendered to Mf..TerrilI for the1 Joan of plautg .which added considerably to the pleasing ancc WAR MENU FOR SUNDAY j Breakfast. Qlacos V.Coifeo Toast. Dinner Potted Pigs' Mashed Potatoes Beets tt Celery Cottage Cheese Brown Bread Tea Jam WAR MENU FOR MONDAY, Oatmeal' Porridge'' 'Celery Toast Tea or Coffee Dinner Orient''Stew Vi CarroLs Potatoes Baked Apples Supper ;Corn, Tomato and Cheese Stowed Prunes, f Toast Tea The recline for CorrV Tomato acd Cheese'and Oriental h follows'. Corn. Tomatd antt cup com 1 slice onion grated 14 teaspoon clip strained tomato pulp, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 cup grated chc'estj, 3 level UMeispooiia'of suel "dripplnff; Melt the rfrfppivg add the com to- mato salt for a few slices bread and wW reartt to aerre adn" the cheese.to the.mlxture and as soon as It melted ffom fire ind OMental 'caps cold tnultotf cnt fn cnbes; 1 cup of water, 2 table- spoons dripping, 1 chopped onfon, 2 small cold sliced, I cup cooked. 12 Qup rice Season with and a very llltlo cur- ry powder, Wliilo slew. Is boi] en p. of rice. When tender, piiLinto hoi dish, hoHcw ont centra and fill with the stew Tlrf Commencing tonight at o'clock and continuing all Monday ALL TOYS will be cleared at Enough further per- J.' suasion necessary FIVE CASES BANANAS 35c 3 dozen TONIGHT. AND MONDAY Store Open Until 9 P. M. New York, Dec. a coiircr-' rice here last night with tho rcpreaen- ativcs o[ Hie Cook ounty, Illinois, District Al'orney Swann Announced that hb "wobid "not isk tho Now York county grsncl Jury to Imlfct GaMon B Means, acquitted or tlteimurdcr of; Maude Robln- eon King, by a Jury at Concord, N. C., In connection with the "second" irilt o( -Mrs 'K'ng SYMPATHY FROM BELFAST Winnipeg, Dec. Hotary. Club pf. IJelfast, Ireland, has gent a message of sympatliy-to the citr ot' Halifax'in Iho recent disaster, togeth-; er of J2M. This was sent through President' PIdgeon of tho Winnipeg Rotary Club, and .will be transmitted to HaN: ifax through the bank on Monday. Few items of goods for tioliday gifts constitute so aVloys and games, more partk-' ularly .because of the which they loom up when.one considersjthe childrlen.'', What would Cfiristmas be if or children without igiftSr> IT! gifts, for toys and games, lerms coyer a wide variety ,pf goods, including artickss costing it few cents apiece up 16 others cost" ing as dollars. "Games" are Available In big tn4 s It must remembered that while tt gifts