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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIK PAGE KIVK HOW TO STIMULATE a u Lesls pi'ovi1 il In possess power. The Nursing Mission Provides .visiting nurses for renter- Mllv liiiil all medical and surgical rases I exeunt contagious ;ind charges "nccofdlnB to me cu-- uuinstaneOB ot lUo naticnl. Poor patients wired Vor tree ot charge. for private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- sion, 418 Mill St. S. Phono 12JJ. (Miss) A. M. .Tillcy, "Supervisor. (Miss) M. Wilson, Grnd. Nurse. Bessie' Grad. Nurse Only 50 in Institution lo Enjoy Special Christmas Treats chairman', of the al taMs till) Clll. profits oft peace years and lull Instead of lulling his medi- cine with the rest of us, thus he Is iloubk ciiairmiui, ui LIU: Commission, H. Dennett, .M.I'., will a'uoor patriot. It he take.', put -in Imud a census or the man land .triple profils, us he Kv----.. power ol tlie'.lloinlnlon, which is sooii I does, then he ..lira robber t Id UK fur as it goes. people keen i help recruiting a great deal i the asking Is he to do with the government would hold one ol these census'.' Wlil the (lovcriimont act on I land pirates up to piiiilift oxeciiuioii. it or shelve it, as they do the reports unmask his methods and pi.msh h m Vnt kiiitilr.ii ie high cost ol living. iHMiii; n.it- to treat it as an increase of knowledge for cold .storage purposes? .Mr. Dennett speaks vaguely of measures to prevent tho absorption of too many able-bodied men il accordingly. are sloiv anil lingering. For. example, he illicit he forced to oat all liie eggs he has kept in jail for more-than a year. Tins would make a fine busy hull for hli Operations Shortage of Fuel Is.Deing Experienced (I'Yulll Ulll- Oval LX-nVKIIOlKlHll) Koremoat. Alta.. operations aro eontliiiiing satis- fautorily in spite of the cold weather Ollawa. Out.. Dee. Itobcrt llorden who finislied his (our of the Dominion on behalf of the ohiocts of niitioiuil service comniislon, at Toronto Friday nishi, arrived ill the capita! this morning. His train was dehiyeil for three hours by the heavy tall 'of snow. 'Sir Holier'., who was tooling In good health niul spirits nf- such buildings as were damaged slightly by the firo are once again opened for business, and Ulere is itli acllvi! rumor abroad thill the mer- chants who were burned out are again opening ill' shop. The coal siiuation in Uie immiMli- ilu vicinity of thu lown.ls snrlous. D. lion. Senator LouKheed and his long triii proceeded al. once to office in flu: east block when: a great many mailers were awaiting his return to the capital. Several of cabinet ministers will he out of (he cilv over the Chrisiaas holidays ilicludillB Sir Thomas White. Hon. J Christmas.: at' the provincial jail here is going to be slimly attended, according io Warden Kivcrs, who states mat there are only.50 prisoners in the jiistifiitioil at the jitesent tim The Spanish government lias taken injuries arc soak- starving, c sllpniy of man I .Another act of grai- jthc Borilen governm- what unessoiiiiai ing nit the avaihi Uomielt may have au'thTn'on-cmnimlant officers in his head which he has not. divlllg-l in handsome uniforms m the I aj on the part of would be to Records" Office, at London, 'it's your a surprising state of affairs in view of the fact that, there a mines in operation (itiite close to the town ir the south country. Mauling is continuing, and in spilt ploilation of th of the kingdom. important platinum dis- extreme southern part BLUEBIRD PHOTO-PLAYS R. E 5 ,6, >J T asks him to reveal those of the snow and slioper irs' .The unaccountable drop in the price wheat has put a damper on the in'Canada, crs in Canada, husky follows W.L. McKciizie Co 713 3rd Avo S. "there are. only .40 foi a possibility UiatimeV Uie one Ib nnnnilh and uouiva lo uu out ind stinil up Cue us tent to lln Rtil tllg toi top ot tutf HOW-TO GET .IT. Send L. Coupons BO lonpon (6 mappers) irnl lions' with 10111 name and il dreas and we Rill sent1 ion this return mail No wait int, Royal Crown Soaps, Ltd. CALGARY Steamer ATHENIA Feb DONALDSON LINE MVOr.nv May Your CLinl as a Happy One Consumers Hardware Co. ALBERTA COLLLGL NORTH EDMONTON ALBERTA Winter Term Courses, STENOGRAPH PBNJJAN8H.P EXPRESSION AND PHYSICAL CULTURE RES.DENTIAL ACCOMMODATION i nr limn and young inen gills and voung women VERY SPECIAL RATES FOR WINTER TERM TERM BEGINS JANUARY THIRD Wr deeper At all mem- ie ciuiliiio Ihe nev, t l" bitujiois m Ihe Held, are ici torccd bv frewi dUffs is taken 'lo hoi 1 Can nil in rcfeunents 16 j-elliei when he; oveisea" thus piescwing then esmit tie coips these uiangemeits in. hifchh conimejdable amf Kotild bo lerjfme indeed if h would onh bring ill the reciuitb This. 'he; fail to do Somehow 01 othei the spirit lacking The chances aie that piosjeclive recn n-, ould 1 ke lo 'eel first" that they are not making-all the sieiifii.es llm frame of mind on the pait of tnnains 501 nD manhood slio ild ulti niatcly compel the government to.put in operation that moral compulsion which was mentioned a little while ago What roim -hould this nipttl compulsion take' A. good that is the answei What does the good example consist of? Well 'the I Government might laj its cards on the the public into, its where it has gone wrong and where it intends to do bet- ter. -Recruits will'not be falling- over each other to enlist until the govern- ment makes it clear that the square deal Is to be its policy henceforward. How can the government demon stiate 'hat the sffimp deal foi the brave men who go to the fiont get shot it ind foi the ones Hiej leave behir 1 them, is the futuie pol Bv deeds oT course all know speak loudei than I words The fust thing the govern ment rambt do is to make i plim statement of the shell contiacts since the beginning ot tlie1 M ar the prices pud and the piofits in lOlj as com paied ivith the piotits non T' s statement should include not onU the Amounts paid lo munition toi Canadian war ma terlal but the amonnLjraid to Cana dian. minuia.ctu.rers bv the Impend Munitions Board on behalt of the Bn tishAVai Office Moreover Ihe Wai Puichasnig Committee of which Ihe Minister of Militia Mi Kemp is come forward of its nessage "to the Exchange Telegraph. si> s ilnt. thf re il ffood liots in n on Decembei It 18 ind I'l ispecially the Tilth, when troops were sailed to help the police in suppress .ng the trouble, which arose from the closing of food, shojis on Sunday be- cause they were without stocks. The message says women stoned, the shops on SJiiiday .and then marched through the streets, but the police did not. interfere. .There was another parade oil Monday when tlie parad- ers jiased the king's palace shouiing for food. -Several women are said to have been arrested for using insult- ing language about the king. Disturb- ances weie lenewed on Tjesday when A Clearing-lip Sale of M of Mixed Cattle bo Ottered at 1'iuchcr Cit> Stock Yards On Wednesday, December 27th AT CME O'CLOCK About 200 head of Shortnorns and Wnitefaoes Heifers and Cows coming two and three y.ars old and up There are also slme good feeding sleers in bunch be.ides som- 3ood milk COWS. j. H. FRANK.EL; owner J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer 'tin, chanmm, should come i coniplete statement trinsaclionb since took ov ei the ol b'Uing slioplies If Ihese statements, were suoplemented by a. hint that the government luted led to go attei war prof-its a great deal harder than It has been doing it would enhance the moral compul siou of the thing about onr bundled per cei t Some such statement as tins oight to be foilhcomiui, It is asking a treat deal of the nublic to go oh be Having that all is light us right can hi when the facts are bistematicalll concealed A frank honest b-ilann sheet ot vmr es would be l-eadilj understood bv the Canadian iieojlo and'thev wouH soon let Sn Thomas know whethei 01 Hoi to'taki a llttlft more out of the pio fitcers. guai antes of faith oil Ilia pmt of the ttonldu government would be to make nn example of one ot. their cold storage one of those ielloftb who nnler the pro of heavv to ft ed the sol London, Dec. 23 pleasantly spent old alike. .Monday evening was quite "the" night for Christmas trees because there wnji also a children's festival at. Altorado school house, where the children rendered a varied program of dialogues, recitations and songs.: Refreshments were served at the 1 close of the program and everyone voted the evening a success. Tuesday evening was set apart for the entertainment in the Wild Horse school house and a goodly, represen- tation of relatives anil friends of the children were on hand to watch ihem perform. There were several uniciue numbers rendered, among which thei :losing act ranked high, "Christmas- time in Skeeterville." The children presented their teacher, who is loav ng the school with a hciiitiful bureau set, and a vote of' apprecla 'lion was moved, seconded'.and unani- mously" carried. The usual .cats brought the event to a close. On Fri- day evening, December 15, a number of friends gathered at the home of, Mr. -Webb, of Charles school house, district to present some Christmas' Just a good old-fashioned Christmas Greeting to all TONIGHT LAST TIME 10 and 15 cents 'The House of fifth :hapter of "Peg 0' the Ring." Leo M. Coombs -i slvun occuned In 100 women. and tliroe police officers were said to have been wounded.. Soldiers charged the crowds and cleared streets R loimei Congressman John Thayer, a 'well known democrat of NevvV England, died at Worcestoi Mass. He was 71 years old and foi 60 nears .had been-prominent in poll tics in Massachusetts. (T What the Press .Agents Say At the Enitu-ess Dies beautiful example is the tille 01 a u photoulaying to be exhibited at Uie. Empress theatre tonight loi the last time Ruth Stonehouse rrinklyn Ftsrnuin and Kmgsley plas ing the lead HIE The nature the plaj is tndkated bs its title Tlie love of ino futlifnl learts steadfisl undei the most trjing cneumslanoes 4 romance that liavS general ip for all Ihe Tvorld lloves a lov ier An excellent oigamzalion inter piets tlie engaging storj and beautt ful iihotogiaplrj will reflect natural sceiies.of great charm. It's a Blue- bird. Some comedy will he shown. gifts to the parents 0- WehlV now overseas. The 1 ov or goocH contained a i founlain peu.'a box of stationery and a Christinas cake, as well as a goodly supplj of aimv soda The oov has been delayed owing to the. failure of j the mail-order bouse to shin earlier j Words ot sympathy were expressed. lo Ihe parents because of the absence a member of the home-circle at this festive time of the year. The surprise iiarty was brought to a close bv Christmas-time refreshments and, music II r. and Mrs. .T. n. Madill and fam- ily have left for a two months' tripj afotina their home-town, neighbor hoods in old Ontario Mr. and -Mrs. V. Collius and family have also left for a tour back east and intend remaining in warmer .climes during lh.e wintei Mrs. Owen and 'daughter have left for a winter, month's stay with On- tario friends and relatives. 31 rs. Conduff also has left for a tour .of the once familiar, scenes of pre-homestead times. Jlrs. J. Severn.and Mrs. Ken- onse have also left the country tem- porarily for a tour around once fa- miliar scenes back home. Mis t niton Miss Fulton lltd George have left their homestead lands for an extended visit amongst friends in other parts of the west, j Thei aie again in tlie spring. TRADE DEMAREE FOR LAVENDER Chicago Dec Negotiations for d trade in 'nCh lames Lavendei of the Chicai-o Nationals would join the, pitching staft ot the Philadelphia club of the league in exchange foi Al Deui aiee will probablv be undei taken In Vred Mitchell, new manager of local club Comedy for the Children, mas Matinee. WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS Theda Kara in Jewels of the Madonna" MONDAY AND TUESDAY JESSE L. UASKY PRESENTS LOU TELLEGAN IN "The Victory oi Conscience" dlers abroad -at tne top puce b; th" .this 'At Starland 'TUeda I3ara will, appear for the last times at Starland tonight in the great William Fox feature, Jewels ''of the Madonna a story of slmnv Italy and Little Italy Mis'! Bara is sup ported i Strong compan% inclnd ing William blra On Monday and Tuesday conies Lou Tellogai1 nho made sncii favrirable impression in m appeaiaiicef here in Ihe abd 'The Unknown Mr lellegan will appear in his latest uccess The Victor> of Consclent-e j the success The Victor> of Conscent-e 'tahl "ndiintage, "of' .this ovi (siieual mitelo Is being pieoared for worked otcu e to Hit people' Christmas da> Jhe orchestra and at home 'for Hie lust do'lai frhi-i full) siec al cpmedj fir the kiddies ia a dlsgince >oube shown m IRe 4ifterupon AUCTION SALE HORSES and CATTLE on Saturday, Dec. 30ih the Letlibrldge Sale and Feed Barn AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP loOO HORSES-1 miie 0 years 1300 Ibs 1 mare rising li Ibs 1 mare rising years 1250 Ibs 1 gelding J .ears Ibs 1 mare using 3 years Ibs 1 gelding rising 6 400 Ibs J, mare rising 3 lears Ibs 3 mare colu, old horse colt 7 months old 1 mare rising sears 1100 Ibs 1 Belding rising I sears 1400 Ibs 1 learn of geldings 2200 Ibs 1 nn mmB jeais 1100 Ibs 1 saddle pom H j ears old 1 team ot 6 years old 2600 Ibs 1 team of mares 7 jeais old 300 Ibs Maies. and geldings all broke to uork 22 cows, 4 and S years old, 3 steeri fatv rising i years old 1400 Ibs each 1 heifer rising 2 jears old 1 grade Holstem hull 2 sears old 1 grade Durham bull rising 3 yeaii old 1 grade Durham bull rising 2 yeais old Everything most be sold a, th. propn.tor grvmg Uf IN TERMS CASH Introducing Two Big Sensations in the Auto World MARVELINE GAS TONIC Can be used equalh well on Gasoline Uiitlllate 01 Kerosene Burning Tiactorb or Slalionar% 1 nglnes Makes stalling eabier in cold weatlwr Removes ca bon Moie power moie speed A. guaranteed saum, -ot gasoline Don t Uisi, with those cam phoi and gasoiine miifuei, o, the dangerous ethe ind picric acid compounds that hale been tried and found long on promises and Manelme is v discovers just on the market u teS Months tablet and llquln term inongh lo ticat 100 gallons of gasoline Price ?1 00 Chemical Ducovery to Keep Radiat ors from Freezing. not burn at zero, or freeze at 50 below ,ero Wilh one filling of the radiator we guarantee to keep the radiator from till the 1st of Ma> matter >f keep iour car in a barn ol outside day and night. Price per. gallon Ordinary anti-treez boils away so quickly that, aside, from the'conveilience, leyhot is cheaper to use. an agent In Lethbridge and surioirading- ter riton at once Must be In a energetic man who sees the possibilities In auto line Must be able to handle our full line Write or wire THE PARKYTE COMPANY, LIMITED _ Blda, Wlnnl Bldg ;