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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. December THE L13 Til BRIDGE DAILY Don't Leave It To Santa To Drop a Turkey Down Your Chimney! Phone your Order to us Today for the choicest Fresh Killed Poultry and Meats to be had. G. A. DELANY PHONE 452 AT BAPTIST AND METHODIST CHURCHES THE MUSIC WAS VERY APPROPRIATE Owing to the festival falling on iliii mid-week there were very tew "Christmas'services" in the chaira- es yesterday. It is forbidden in some churches to celebrate before the feast. At the. Morris "Theatre yesterday morning the Rev. A- C, Watson, pas- tor of the First Baptist church, lor his Christmas theme the wints the world has gone after him." The preacher referred to the inany changes which had taken place "throughout the world since of the Saviour's birth and pomteil pointed out thn far-reaching tP.c-M.s being achieved at the present day in fJhristianizIng the world. The Mr 111 of Jesus would ever lean an indelible impression on the great world inas- nyich as ib meant the. dawning of Christianity. The singing of the clu.ir at both services was of an cspe'unU'' lit tractive character and was a tri'n- lute to Uie work of the new choir (leader, George Mitford. '.lones contributed an uxcclb it rcc- tatiou at the evening service. Wesley Church Rev. T. P. Perry preached two very able and eloquent- sermons in Wesley church yesterday on the birth of -Je- sus. At" the service last night in the presence of a large congregation he spoke on the subject, "His name is and took occasion to refer at length to the power of the saviour to save oven the worst criminal [coin sin. Some people hail said you could not change tlie of the uuder- j world, but Mr. Perry was prepared to hold up Jesus as the proper chan- I nel through which these poor sultor- i ing creatures of humanity can be saved. After many years of cxperi- 1 ence in the cause of the Saviour, he, the preacher, had no hesitation in re- commending .Jesus as the solution I whereby the sinner can be saved from j downfall. j The music for the day was of an appropriate Christinas character, the full choir under the direct-ion of j Rhynd .lamieson, creating a highly 1 favorable impression by.some- cscel- I lent singing, notably last evening, in "Hark, I lark My with violin obligate beautifully play- ed by S. SirJowski, the soprano solo being pleasingly rendered by Miss Grace Wiser. ESMlESOFli. INTERESTING STATISTICS COM PILED BY CANADIAN OFFI- CIAL ON THE WORLD'S PRODUCTION Ottawfi, Dec: 'followni able gives in bushels'the 1012. whea production of all the countries whic have so far made their official ports to the institutes, according t the information in a cablegram ceivetl yesterday by T. K. Dohertj [Canadian Commerce Commissioner: 1932 1911 Belgium Bulgaria Denmark Spain France England, Wales and Ireland Hungary Luxemburg Houmanie Russian T3mp.. Switzerland Canada NEW YORK CAFE CHRISTMAS DINNER MENU How is this for 50c SOUP Cream of Tomato au Crouton Sauffle Consomme a la Florentine RELISHES Queen Olives Crisp Celery Dill Pickles Sliced Tomato Sweet Pickles FISH Boiled a la Howard, Pomines Hotlandalst) Flllcttft of White Fish. Maltre d'Hotcl, Pomines Quenelle BOILED Calf's Head, a la Vinaigerette ENTREES French Lamb Chops, a la Croule Spring Chicken Cutlets, Maryland Style. Boston Cream Puff, a la Bowl. Braised Pigeon, a ta Bordelaise, ROASTS Prima Ribs of Beef, au Jus, and Horse-radish, Suckling Pig, Hub Dressing and Apple Sauce, Stuffed Y.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 c.nf. DESSERT English Plum Pudding, Hard and Brandy Sauce Apple Pie Lemon Maringe Hot Mince Pie Strawberry Jelly Wjne Jelly Whipped Cream Christmas Cake and Lady'Fingers Fruit and Nuts, Raisins Canadian Cheese Milk United States. Japan Egypt Tunis Norway Netherlands Algeria j Sweden i Australia i Germany I Austria 8.3 6 Coffee D-HOTE. FIFTY CENTS From 12 to 8 p.m. Total In tho above table (he estimates foi Australia, Germany, and Austria are given for the first time. Tho produc- tion of oats in Germany is bushclR, against last year; in Austria, against IR7.000. Barley in Germany, ag- ainst lust year; Austria, against The production of suyar beets In the coun- tries so far reported to the institute is per cent, of that of the same countries last year; of cotton, %.2 per cent. MYSTERIOUS ROUTING CREW Fort William, Dec. party of surveyors left this morning to choose (i route for the international road be- tween Fort William and Dulnth. The men expect to arrive in Diiluf.li by spring. II. T. Havo, (lie man in j charge, would not declare for whom ho is wnrhins nor would he say any- tliiiiK about his plans. Cnrlsruho, Germany, Dec. death of Princess Agnes SulnvSalm to- day brought to an emi u most roinun- j (It: career. She WAR tho 'laughter of 'an army colonel mimed Leclwo and was born at Baltimore, M.D., 72 years ago, In her youth she gained some i renown as an actress anil tljnn she married Priuco Felix Salm-Salm. in BRITISH BOARD OF CENSORSHIP OF MOTION PICTURES TO BE MODELLED AFTcR AMER- (CAN BOARD After considerable agitation over the quality of moti'm pictures shown in England, a Bdtlf.h Hoard of Censor- ship has been organized, modelled af- ter tho National Hoard of Censorship in this country. The British Consul, Mr. J. ttroderlck, lias been obtaining from the American Hoard full details of its status, its methods of procedure and standards, and has cabled the in- formation .abroad. Mr. 0. A. Redford has been appoint- ed censor of film plays. For nearly twenty years he has been examiner of pli-.ys under "the 1-ord Chamberlain. Mr. Redford Is assisted in Ills work by four examiners, and tbis commit- tee will view all the films scheduled for release in the liritish Isles prior to their public examination. As was the case in this country, the various manufacturers of motion pic- tures in England were responsible for the organization of the HrltlBli Board of Censorship, as they realize that It was to the best interests of the trade that only absolutely clean pictures be put before the British poo. pie.' Mr. Redford, whose long exper- ience In censoring the spoken drama, is supposed to make him peculiarly fitted fcr his new post, said that "the most powerful censor must always be public opinion, but that from the eph- emeral nature ot the motion picture and from the circumstance that it is not as carefully''discussed as is the more elaborale spoken drama and the novel, the wisest policy would de- mand that si Board of Censorship view all motion pictures before they! are shown at motion picture houses." j It is estimated that about feet of film per week pass through the London market. More than feet, of film per week are released in the American playhouses. According to the last report of the National Board of Censorship of America, of objectionable film were kept from exhibition during the last year from October 3, 1D11, to October 1, This represents a total of worth.of film destroyed in the American market in one year. The total number oE feet of film passed upon by the National Board during the same period of time fcr circulation in this country and'abroad numbers and is valued at practically all of the film produced in this country i thaUrjneans that .the con- trol of the Board is practically com- Santa Has Come! And Left Xmas Presents for Everybody At Smith't 5c to 25c Store, where the greatelt of Toy! ind r.K things art ihown In Wwn. You .will be glad to know you can buy gifts for less money this year 'than last. Wo bought right and are passing the price concessions along to our customers. We have presents for matter how young or how old. Come in and make us prove it. You'will'think so after you have seen our-holiday stock. We have opened the store next door, giving more room for our Mammoth IIolidavy stock of goods. CHRISTMAS CANDY in lots of 10 pounds to 1-2 ton, at 15 cents per pound. Don't put "oft your shopping -until' the .last day, but do it before the rush. REMEMBER WE HAVE THE TWO AT 809 FIFTH STREET SOUTH. FARMERS TAKING j ENOUGH MONEY ON HAND TO START INDUSTRY So that the ne'w-creamery of the Co. Ltd., may, if at all possible, commence operations plete. U passes en about 99 per thfl flrfit of FobTuary> Mr. Regimbal of the output. and w> H Johnston, two of the pro- The National Board nf Censorship 1 motors, ]Cft yesterday for Calgary to in -this country --was organized the necessary machinery for March, 1909, by the People's Institute, lhe creainory department nlone. From at the request of the they wiu BQ tQ Deeri elation of New York City. It became i they win irisnect the raacnin- national in scope in June of the same" cry used jn (hc factory for tlle homo. year at the request of the genizntion of milk, aiid will also get Hirers o-f films, by an arrangement, as to uow an industry" through which sample copies of films !jg managed for national and local distribution j The new industry is sur0 to mater- were submitted to the Board. Theijanzo now. Since the publicity given .Board has a Censoring committee ofjtHo enterprise last week, the farmers seventy -members, divided Into through Southern Alberta lions for every day of- the week. giving it their attention. film output is iiicreasins EO rapidly that on most days, there are two to have One companys emporary oce sessions of the committee pass- Uay alla laid down a ?500 ing on films. Uow Island farmer canie in to O'n company's temporary ofllces on Thurs- cheque lor I stock in the company. Several local A manufacturer has the right to farms have since sub- penl from the decisicir of-the ami the company has uow ing committee to the General commft-J enough monoy to KO ahead with the tee, a representative body of __________ ers from civic agencies located in Nc'ivj York, and who have general supervi- fs sion over the work of the Board. The, members of both committees are vol- unteer workers, am In no way affiliat- ed with the motion picture business, neither are they in the salaried em- ploy of the Board. The staff of work- ers on tlie National Board have no vot- ing power. AS soon as a decision is reached by the General committee, the owner of thejlilm is notified, and a notification s sent, through a weekly j correspondents of the Board in about! one hundred cities. These correspond.! nts represent civic societies, police departments and oilier responsible pnbj ic agents. The sign which is often j Keen i on motion pictures "Passed by the National Board of is mt official, and is attached to only a raction of the pictures censored, and ts use is optional with the manufiict- irer. It is estimated that the daily at- endance in Uie United States at mov- ug picture shows is seven millions. J t attracts more people daily by many! millions than public libraries, and is i ncalculably more economical, being aj nore labor-saving device than any oth-1 r nvailable form of public instruc-! ion. Motion pictures have been used nit littlo for strictly uducatfonal pur- A i. prepdiL the main obstacles! n the educational use of motion pic-j u res rri'o l.'sch of information on the] art of the public and the luck of pro- >er distributing mncihinury ibrnnoii vltich the educational film can be 'lured at the iHsposal of tho ional institution. THE BEST PLACE TO EAT Is Where you Get The Most of the Best for the Money This is the Place. We are headquarters XMAS CONFECTIONERY AND FRUIT THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE THEODORE HOESSLY Proprietor WALTER MORGAN, Phone 1078 Managtr installation of the plant in temporary quarters. In the south country, too, in- terest has been aroused. The Milk River Board of Trade is taking the matter up, and has opened a list with the secretary of the Board of Trade there so that all farmers 'who wish to ship milk to the creamery will be able to co-operate to make the' neceisary, arrangements. The local board is en- dsftvorlng to havs other boards of. trade in the district follow a similar plan, and if it is found nvcwHrj, the matter of milk trains will be up with the C. P. R. no that may forward their milk supply to tlie city with the least possible trouble. BROKE THROUGH THE ICE Lindsay, Out., IXv. John Scott, fnrmor living near Valentin, eight uiles from hurc. broke through the rn nu .Sougoy River last, nicjlit, lid TA SADDLERY Co. Indian Burnt Goods, Pocket Knives and Scissors LIMITED Gifts for Ladies Hand Bags from 1.50 up, Fitted Club Bags and Suit Cases, Manicure Sets, Dressing Cases, Glove and Handkerchief Cases, Purse and Card Cases, Work Baskets Gifts for Gentlemen Fitted Club Bags and Suit Cases, Gillette and Trepp Safety Razors, Razor Strops Hones, Dressing Cases and Collar Boxes, Coin Purses, Bill Folds, Letter Cases and Card Cases ;