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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THH UmiBHIUGE DAILY MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1919 HUMECT Hugo's "Les MUer.ibles" ValpeiD, the ci-conrlrt. AMII ts l.etwcen Ihe desire :a vrtial rwill-fs ho fhimU thi> dcslro lo let ;ho P-ist be burled now Mter ja iiH-uish! struggle wlih him- self Be (o renounce tU ll.e of respucUMlUT. He makes Known th. jaihorhles. He u irroflcd race more, lint hli eld-lime ca-iMni Itself otaln, and he i iSi'EpK. lit nflnpVu'milo f'A o! a v.v.ins worter lu tie faclorr which" tf ox-iod ta "nil who b To Be Colonial the .lied his lUTO-T- This o ln loyo. Mirlus. a il ashing Uevolut ol Paris. Thoush hr tturne list ho Is sarrlftclns h'l own hspflotsj bis soal. Commissioner of Health Reas- sures Women Who Would Dress as Fashion Dictates Royf-l 8. Cove Isacl. Hfsllh Commissioner, jesterjay rfiitldiateJ coalen'lous o[ ruoiubera o[ Froneli medical protesiluu lo the eHi-ct tbat sliorl skirls anil silk slock- wert) responsible (or the recent Tha irhole play revolreB about tbs j aci tfce sacrifice of Jem Tal- a pe.i'anl ct Southern who Is condemned to ihe Jeyj'for steaiin; a lost of b'cad for bis L kits and children. His _ sra- him ono. Wninc Jaen his own freedom. The last years ol Valjean'f life spent In loneliness and poverty. He i abandoned oierytbln; :hal Cosalla I The Health Conraiuionor declared il made no difference wlieUiar Ul8 of this city dress iu Esquimau raiment ot the filmr costume ot Ihe of Imprisonment sun tmtJlawr wblch Il3 eiler.cnl lo mcolcou veiri because rassod dress thai trsb -.rea'.rrjeEi lends to repeal- i i'ore -is a clillj Thev un- t.. nhJcb, tbro-JEb. ejperl- tnce, ire leant arfi nothing tbat will harm us and eilst, In many cases, only as taVe notice them. "Lot ns not, ihercfortf, discourage LLe or thiu ?llk tlocklnga. of low necked gownF, ot or of inyUilDC with which 'noman to Raoru. or her benuty. Har pbyslcal selt has proroj ita cblltty to overcome many hacdlcApf, It IB nosurd for us to ber deay berfelt la this refpect on n ridiculous theory which has not a base of trulb upon whlcb to Etand." FODK BODIES FOUND DEAD IN BOX ON ICE CLYDE, N.Y., Dec. bod- ol (cur biblei were found In wooden box on the of barge canal yMterday nosn. box found bridge from which it had bttn dropped. The heatfi of all four Infants were crushed, probsbEy by two heavy grate' ihakcrc that were found In the box. .The ap- peared newly be-n and rtcrmal. The bodies were well prcferved by the cold weather. Tht only clue la a Rochester newspaper dated Dec. 11. Just What You Wanted FOR THE. CHILDREN'S ROOM WE HAVE There ere a number of designs that would accord you? ing room fnrallure and add n note of ciiecr CEpedally in tha Christmas Season FOR LIVING ROOM o[ onr'trtistie teal you will neTer lire ci. HAVE BARGAINS IN JOB LOTS OF WALLPAPER, JUST ENOUGH FOB SINGLE ROOMS. YOU WILL HAVE TO HUFRY'TO GET IN ON THIS, AS WE HAVE ONLY A LIMITED NUrnSiR OF LOTS. Wellington Bros. SHERLOCK BUILDING. For the Little Present Nothing Can Compare scU io the fasnlon o[ ibc day the- Is oft End adding to her [ihjgical upkeep. In only one (hinE in tho of woman did Dr. Copelanrt Piceptinn, and .tliai Is the use ol hair dyes. Ho declared ba Is opposed lo women trying lo mako Iheniselvca lock more youtbfnl hj- use. He asserlpd tbat cot. only or hair dyes caufe injury io 1he health but that .ihcy .corre spending iDllacoce g" .be lieaUh oi tltc male popu'.ilipi. The HeaUli J bowever, sajs lhat the ymciice ol. using Ores Us found QR men J'JSt us ng women, and he leels lhal Trbat- erer.censare should be dispensed pro- perly must be placed on the men. Dr. Ccipeland also eiploded Ihe iheory lhat a -woman's-life m' the cily ls nerve racking because of Lhe activ- ity conslEnlly on. The. con- stant, din, be declared, Las a sobibinc on the uerres and dispels np- prehenslon o( dreaded Thc Commissioner's Views were ob- tained Jn connection with-Ihe" projios- ed "LlTB longer WECA" campaign Is to begin in weak ol the forthcoming year. -The purpose if tue campaign, he explained, ia to urge residents o( the clly.-16. ptaerre bo rules o[ bvgeiae laid dpwn by Lha leallh Department. LileratTire 'advis- ng how lo Iteep oillces, schbots end ioaiE3 In a state of'cleaclineaE and healtliy Tenlilalion will be distributed hrougb boy and girl 'Scouts .nd officials ol welfare allons. Keen Your One Week also will he Included In be literature on how a resident ol Ibe city may keep his or her tbe most trying circnmstances. Everybody z 10 be asked Lo lieep an even, temper or one Tveek, at least and'to liirpw off worry for cheerful thoughts in, order o mate tne practice a habit, arid thus "II TVO aalu Jopelaod, "that Ihe majority of. Parlv cnnca wba wear extremely ttiia silk losiery are .Vhere good groTind (or sacb-an aasnniptl surely not necessary "for lo' cx- in uLter absurdity ot liJs reported silk theory can easily he shown by la It not to assume Ibst Ihe single women ars more likely Lbhu In a Uccause she snored in uer sleep, his honor, tho Mayor, awoko her and called her namea not found in tto dictionary, was one of the charges made by (be "wife rjt Mayor strong, of llacine, in di vorce. tttKt of ireat treaty wai Ihtl evvr mu, woman and cjjllu, wu (a receive 15 jwr each year (or- In the. use. of chiefs (bis illotluenl Increased to }25, while tha minor obtcra received only }15. In return Imlliue gave up nil chltuf lo Ho land over whlcli tbey bad accualomed to roan) aud Ibelf rlghltal beritajev Tho In- dtant weld also rfiserratlons aud allotted to'pick Iho'lan'd Ihey settle. Gift3 of cattjo :tnil farm- impleuientB were also made to tbe Indiana ro isalst them In.tbel? eftorls to settle. ns quiet, abiding citizens. After the treaty had duly Kaled and vKmjjjoJ, Ibeie werv a few anxloua moments during whlcb Col. Macleod and bis men bar Tlslont of tbe irbole thing belDE done and (be frulte of their labors scattered to Iba four winds. Ou Sun- day following the of Ib-: treaty church pararlo held, anil with Ibo Exception of tbe camp guard all attended slrrlce. The. Indlaiic bad been in a c-tale of eicltemont all tbat mornlns, and wbllo tbe scn'Ice was being held fivo or six hundred mounted warriors, stripped, with the exception of tao blanket around Ihe loins. They donged war paint and feathered headdress and started a mounted war dance around Ihe camp. The Indians wore all amled .irith Will Chester rifles, and on tbe dead run circled round LLe camp, fh-Jng off the rlflej lo.idcd ball In (he air. Tbe uufarlbly yells, accompanied by Hie hum ot au occasional ballet wblch raint unpleasantly near, dlil not add lo Ibe ot tbs Rervlco wblcb as lu projresj. Tin fndfaos were .air lit fun and half la taraesl, and lid Ihe niouallee ebowu fear It la hard [o say what might occurred. Any little untoward occurrence might bare lie wdr dance ly'na earceal; bill Ihe men weul riutcl oa' wllb. Lho tiT- Tlce. and after 4 while Hie la-lltns tired thtmselvca out and by returned to their cimp. Wllh at tbe (reaty in 1S77. Ihe rstlroment ol Ibe Indlaui to tbeir resetres, Ibo disappearance of tbe buffalo from ino plains, ihe arrival of Ilio rRlli'c-ad nnrt the Influx of people from the eis1, tbo history of this western country I'ccn one ot oleaJy progreas arid ad- vancement. But to Capt. G. H. Denny nnd men of his stamp the counlry owes a great deal, and theli elloris PROPHET OF WORLD'S END NOW MISSING ANN ARBOR, la Prof. man whe predict- Ihe end of Uw worlt! of tynka eviir the world lakid each other thli to- "He la not a proftttor at Ann Arbor, Itorlci maXIno; the pre- diction Ihe department of astronomy at the UnlvertUv ol Michigan officially declared iff- day. never heard of him In a pro- fessional he is a trtudcni of astronomy uicat extent I would know one profciior said. "There ti abiolutely no basli (or predlctlor." on behalf of civilization and order will never bo forgotten. For Goodness Sake Eat Scott's Famous Shortbread Only 15c a Cut The City Bakery Phone 1181, Higinbotham Block rlei lo indulge themselves We hare a large auortmtnl of Dolls... fromZScap to Doll Carriages. to USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL ARE TABLE CUTLERY, SILVERWARE AND CUT GLASS. We have a fine range both in styles and prlcoi. JB We also have an up-to-date stock of NIPPON HAND fa f AINTED pallem and price will please you. Also a good selection of CASSEROLES ai from it to Comeinandsee our large and varied stock of TO YS! YOU CANNOT FAIL TO MAKE A 8ELEC. TIONY C. G. OLANDER THIRT1-ENTH 3TP.EET NORTH PHONE 1223 j, eipensive hosiery and usual accoutrement leminlne adornment? "The slatUliis o! the epidemic or In- ia Ihh cily ]njt year indicate tbat deaths among married woinsn be- tween Ihe ages if tiiteen and twenty- four amounted to twelve per ctiit., vhilo the JealLs BIUOIIR the married women of tbe same age groun Vere forty-one jicr cent. Single "omen be- tween the ol twenty-five and forty-four suffered twenty per cent, of the deaths during cplilc while married women ol that ETOUD fiaifcrcd Ihirty-lhne per cent, of the deaths. Makes Comparison "There "wero three limes as raanr lealhs among married womtn lie- ween Ihe ages of sUteen anil .'orty- our as ninoiis single women between ages. Whether silk stockings any par! In Ihla result or rot, marriage seems to be important In ime iray In connection with woman's ificerififtl'ity (o "In all Ecrlou-ness. however, there noting whatcVcr in the nllk etock ng theon'. 'or the lhal rleatit3 ig males far exccedet] ricaths am fcmalen la this cilr during epidemic. "Bless my (oul! If Ihc dear ladles to wear silk stockings and "icelrci shoes, or else ei> icals lo iheir fcminir.o hearit, lei hem Indulge Ihc desire and forbK :hcm not. There If, aftrr all, sonic v.-onrlprrm ahout tTie powers o Ihe hirain bmly. has ndapl ed thp hnjjiMi animal to live .'n ever; condl'inn of civilization or Oar powers conform to any environ to pornj. end clrcilmfitrnr- an to any iln-ti or npjtlreas. 'In EpCr. 'it doleful rreillrlloai, Ihc of prophets nnd 61 of Ihe fair TTO man lives iuul and sh'i n v.iya done nj. Whether In Iho muJcrn rcfincnjciiti n! tlroaj or ID tbo uu laraoi ol Lonj Lift In City "In this connection I wish (o cm Jlten'lon !o tha well Inown fact tha the ell, woman with her silk Hocking f-ml flimsy gown ordinarily lives tr Iban her sislcr on Iho (aim. Th anil monotony o[ Iho oKj conntrr life fs fntal to Essex Sets World's Long Distance Endurance Mark 3038 Miles in 50 Hours, Averaging 607 Miles An Hour All that owners have claimed foi Esses endurance is edin the ofKcial tests completed under American Automobile Asso- ciation observation on the Cindneati Speedway, December 12. It was toe first official test ever made of a car driven at top speed for fifty bours. Made Hours 22 Minutes .Driving Time 1 he Essex was put on Hie spwdway to prove [is reliability In a fifty hour IcBt, At Lhe end ot 27 hbiirs; 53 minutes and In Ihe 1790th mile, rain and alect forced a clop, A second BlirL was made Lbree dayn later but SLOW again ended tbe trial. This lime tho run lasted 16 hours 25 mlnalca and covered 10A3 miles. The third run starling the (ollowlns day Kas Ihe fifty hoar period heln? completed. Thus the proof ot endurance Is eren greater than that, expired In the 60 tour run. Think whal thai average car Is driven VtUo more than miles In the crLirc season, DuL this slock chassis lyent more (ban a mile a jafnulc for mlt03, Mere Than You Will Ever Want Your LiTcrago driving Epneil is probably 25 miles an hour. You lardy mnlnlafn that speed for more an licmr or two. S'.iil It your car inoald go tlironRb icaeon 'Wll'i Uiat felnd of pfrformance wouldn't yon be jJcwed? Flow mach more (rylng to every Item ol mechanlEm irerc ovcry onn of tlioso high speed miles than any demand you p.'lll make, Almoal is abounding as It? endurance was ils Ure experlonrQ, The front whncl tires went throuph all three trials without change. Two rear iJrc.i wero rcplactfl because of dam- 3fre done splinters from Ihe board nur- track. Apfiiicatlon was midft last April to conduct reliability tests-undi-? Ihc Sines then lo 1S.OOO cars huvE liccn delivered and ihe used In ihU lout Is offklfllly TOTichcd ror'aa.bclng Identical with crery tulTU Doesn't It Stiilc ui> .Light Car Question? Light weight In an automobile has meant principally, moderate price and perhaps RW- ollno nnd llrb. econoraj'. Thero TCOJ enough. and poiver to gel about but noca that dtsUnclloD on Lhe road. Flntnesi End performance were not expected, But tha Essex brought Tine car qnallly lo the light car field. Its mjipcaranco gave It immediate I la per form placed It In'tho lareo coaUy car class. Only In size, cost nnd economy of gasoline, oil and Drca II compared lo cars In Iba modem to price field, Ig [t wonder ilieJ motorleta hare praised tho Fxsaox aa they havo? H save Uiem Juet what they hat! wanted. It wag Iho by which I hey could keep tliclr molorlne cosls down and ElUI harp a car thnt (Illod their demands In performance, appearance end en- durance. So Make Sure You Can Get an Essex Kvery flcltrered has re.iullca In ou increased domaml. Tho purchasca grow to than million, rjollara wJlhln eteTcn monlhs. Jiff owner1) are adding lo ttic demand that Is rolling np for next dcliv- prifs. Wo arc already bookJbE them. Thorn la no poaalbllKy ihtU nil buyers can bo Eerrcd. Now lha time when jon ahoulil res- ervation. ThU latest proof will dec Us an'Jg who liaro woitcd for jnat aiich ovldenca Iho Baacz aa ffood as pcoplo havo dild 11 Is. The H T. Henderson Garage Uretr 6th ad 6thSL Soatli, ;