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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOONDAY, DECEMBER,23, 1918 ill!; Mi-IBRlOGli; DAILY J(Ef^A(.n 'AGE SICVET S NOT LARGE mont li�8. notvery extensive l�Bla-Ifttlvo prosram to present to the houM this yew, Bald the Hon. J. R. Boyle, liV|,d�ymorBlnK, but a number pr bllh'ni'ei-a qow beln? preiwred by tiio aitgraiAy |c�ner�ri department, x A depui^stloiii^^oin tbo loan eompan-lo� appeared, before the goTMiunent recently and jWere dlsoussinc the quee-tlon /Of 4ntJlaiq'uirM SuggeslfMl \>y the' loan com-l panies that .j^omaslinple'form be pro- ON ALL CHRISTMAS GOODS AND TOYS FROM fNdW UNTIL. CHRISTMAS At TTie People V Drug Store 414 18TH 8T. N. vlded by statute;, ;which.wh6n: signed by the mortgagor; i^nd deposited In the land titles office, wojildhave the effett of adding the anioant advanced for seed grain to the original mortgage. ,WINNIPBd, Dec.. 22.-Manltobli Is to have a Stroniij 'detachment bt the Royal N^rth W^st Moupted Police, according i to advices McelvedV^jy the provincial government �from the aci-Ine federal premier, Hpni N. W. Rowell. The headistuirlerBof tde Manitoba detachment Vlll be located at Brandon, it is announced. The; advices from Ottawa state that a foirpe. of 1,200 men of the mounted j>olice ale to be located west ot the th for the playar platu) recently placed in the instttutlbn to brighten tUo hours ot the cortvalescants. Announcement was made at the meeting that on 'January 8th, Rev. E. Leslie Pldgeon, of Wl|i)tlpbg, past International president 6t the organisation, would be in Ifethbridge.onA.touc connected >wlth the. national conWtoco on primary educfiflon; Arrangements will be madefor aWncheon for Mr. Pldgeon. . COULD NOT STOP THEHiAGHES Until SliiTried'fruit-aV --Made Froin Fruit Juices 112 CoBuiio St^ St. Johm, N.B. "I feel I must tell you or the great bpnefit I have' received from your wonderful" medicine, .'Fruit-a-tives'. Ihato l>een a sufferer for many j'oarS'frbm Vi�Uni Headai^hts, and could getjUo permanent relief. "AlWena advised mo to take 'i^ruit-a-tives' and I' did ."jo witli great sucoeis; and now I am entirely free of Headaches, thanks to your splendid medicine". MRS. ALEXANDER SHAW. 30c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial slwi S5o. At all dealers or sent on receipt of price, postpaid, by Fruit-a-tivci Limited, Ottawa, BRANTFORO PAPER CEASES PUBLICATION BRANtFORD, Ont., Dec. 23__ The Brantford Courlior, which has been In existence S7 years, makes the announcement In Its afternoon edition that after Dec. 30, It will discontinue publication,' owing to the increasing handicaps limiting publishers. The subscription list and goods have been purchased by the Brantford Expositor and it is xpected that the Courier plant will be dismantled. Canadian Troops Made Great Iihpressidn Upon the German Populace Ice Eream for Ips . W�:ai;� Mrio^^ our lee cream bricks^by SS'/j per cent. 80. tbat everyone may ordar. Plain VanlHa and Btrawbar^^^ 75c par quart. .. C/| Christmaa Bpeelal. iaUehlo,Tutti Fl-utti |*A-Ragular Mo^ipar i^tiBrt. Chriatmaa jkpaclal . VwC . . TI^M prleaaiara dallvarpd'bin brioka will, not be packed, aa'they will keop'B fMuraMn thrB-w*athiirfwt)�n^haril froKcn,. A^^^ . . . ^ acNp YOUR FilCNbs A knVck ' ; ORDER NOW AND BAVC A RUSH. CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd.\ fg??- FOR MERS IN Christmas Suggestions To Our Patrons Electric Ironp, Toasters, Cookers, Dining Room Doptac or Parlar Fixture*, Vacuum Claanera, Flaahiights, Portable Bed i-jghu. Table '.,Campa, Fancy ajlk Shades. . .' Wtohang Blectrlc Plxtures tree, but we strongly, recommend Iniyliig'i^rly, so that yoa hare your fixtures installM bafore Chiist-mas.'siach. attended to In order, jsojo not be last; or>fon may be disappointed, b�cause we are busy and cannot do imppsslbllitlos. With ewh.EtoetrIc, trW||i(r�haaed we will sell a double sOckatfor ,80 cents. , , �.. , � , Qet your Chriatmaa Traa LIghta bafore they are all gone. STAR ELECTRIC CO: LET us DO YOUR WIRING. 409 FIFTH STREET SOUTH :P HONE 1332 MEDICINE HAT, Dec. 21.-A llvo quoston with the ranchers in Alberta this year is the posatbllit;,- ot disposing ot their scrub horses �01;, food for European nations wliore horse ipeai is a general article of diet. Jjit. � W. Huckvale'has recently returufed from Calgary where he had a conversation with Mr. Geo. Hoadley, M.P.P., on, this subject, Mr. Hoadley having been a orime mover In the matter. Mr. Hoadley says that five cents per pound live'weight at point of shipment is the very outside price that can be paid. Horses will not dress more than torty-Hv per cent, and when you come to pay freight first op the live animal to some ,(�ntre and then on the meat to Buropeand allowing tor some loss, there is aioit muoh margin, especially when consldferlng. that the meat has to be sold cheaply. Mr. Hoadley emphasises the fact, though, that the^ price one could get is not the only or eyen the greiitest consideration. Being rid of. these animals-and savmg the food they would eat for' something more useful s a far greater factor than the few dollars. He says that in the States where the same problem Is being handled they are paying as low as fifteen dollars per head OTTAWA,, Dec. �S.i.-Tbc. following communication ^rom LlouL-Geii. Sir' Arthur Currle to ;9ir ISdirard Kemp, 1 minister of overseas miUtaiy forces 1 ot, Canada, concerning the crossing of \ the Rhine by the 1st and 2nd Canadian Divisions has Iseeii received here hi the director''.Qt public inforruatlon. ""At half past nine this mrfming I took my position on me east end of the bridge spaanlng the Riiine to Mtnestf the  march past of the 2nd Division, the Xst having creased at Cologiie, where they were reviewed by. the army conunan(rer. "It was raining hard all morning, a'condition which .continued through-out the "day. The march began promptly on time and was one ol the most Inspiring and impressive things It has ever been my good fortune to \!^tness. "Althpugh men and horses had just completed a long and trying march, they looked in the very pink ot condition, and I did not see .ono unhappy face during the day. Tliey had their clothes and equipment in fine condition,, had iheir heads up, with a look of sti-ong determination abd earnest confidence In all faces. "As each vnit had a baud, they swung 'hy like a victorlou.s array should. "The populace ot Bonn seemed to be intensely interested in the march, and I have no doubt were as much impressed as anyone. The troops-all carried the British flag, Which His Majesty has given permission'to-be regarded as colors, provided" these are properly consecrated, something we � shall have done at j once; and these flags will form valuable � heirlooms for ifuture generations. 'l"They mean' much to ohr country, these flags which our heroes carried after four years of- the greatest war inahe world's histoiy, in which no unit has played a prouder part than . they, and in -which they were so great | a factor in brltfglng about the final decisive' and conclusive defeat of the ehemy. . � "Tdniglit not ,a single Canadian gun is in German hands, while there are many, many units who can truthfully say they'have never failed to take an objective nor evfer lost an inch of ground.",. IF THEY CAN'" BUY IT THEY WILL MAKE "If they can't-b^ it frow, a bootlegger they will make it." This is a statement often heard In police circles in connection with the enforcement of the Lltiuor Act, and it seems to be borne out hy the seizure of a 40 gallon barrel of ^whiskey in the making at the home of Z. Mlrro at the River Bottom on Saturday by the olty police. One aidn;t need to go very far within the precincts of police headquarters to know that someone had been near a distillery. TJjp smell was odiferous. The booze-to-be was being fianufaatnr-ed out of cruBhed Indian corn and raisins, and was being kept near the .itove in order that fermentation miglit not be retarded, which It was not. Chief Hardy is having a sample ot the stuff tested, and will lay -i charge against MirxQ under the Inland Revenue Act which forbids the manufacture ot alcoholic drinks without a license. Mlrro has not yet been tali POUCHES-Cigars, and cigarette holders and case*. FOR HER Ladiaa do not amokA, but a box taken from our fine aaaortmant of phoeolataa will certainly pleaaa. R. W. WALLACE, LTD.-^THE ARCADE FIFTH STREET SOUTH AUCTION SALE AT WADblNGTON'S J^UCTION ROOMS TUESDAY, Dec. 24 at 2.00 FRANK WADDINGTON VVILL SELL iy PUBLIC AUCTION AN AMtMBUAOei'pF  HOUMHOLO r in tbe (Ttt^ Cbutcbee Including FINE TONED PIaMopORTK In mMiaKany pace in excellent shape; &>piace parlor atilte in soMd walaut,\vpboUitered In tapestry; 'EDISON "TRIUMPH" phonograph with 1^ ir4!eiarda:i>1|INE BRASS BED convplete With springs and felt mattraaa;.h^yy^^Iilte epamelvbed,/continuous post with metal apring and t�tt piattraas; obil'd's/set (table Mid 2 chairs) in cream enam�I;tfWOeXt�pil(pn fining t;�l>les; very fine oak rqll top desk; Uto)i�n cttfibonr^: .dTW�er and stand, mahogany finish,- long mirror to dreasor;' fnmttd vblls enailiel with mirrored door; set of Victor Hugo's w6rki;Vaevdrii; ottier sets of books; very handsome LARGE BEVfLLlP MIRROR in massive giU frame; set of harness; 15 palrsMadiatf ibbtn','Ss and 4b, best makes and styles. " . TERMS CASH PHONE� St. Mary'a-^Xmas eve-midnight-- Salvation of Holy Commiinion. Morning: Holy Communion, 7.15 and 8.00. Choral celebration, 11.00. Baptlat-Usual Xmas tree' entertainment at 8.00 on Monday. Chrlatlan-Tonight |at 7.15, the Christmas treat for the Sunday School children. Wednesday and Tfhursday nliJhU, Union prayer meeting in Wesley church. St. Patrlck'a-Midnight mass" at 11.50 Tuesday evening; other masses at 8.15, 8.49, 9.30 and high mass at 11.00 on Christmas day. Program by adult choir ,at High Masses: Processional, ''O Holy Night,' soloist Mrs. J^. R. Kennedy. Leonard's Mass in IS flat, leader Mr. Alexander; soprano soloist, Mrs. J. J. McDonald Offertory, Lambiolotte's "Pastores,' soloist Mrs. Hoffey. Keoesslonal ^'Adeste Fideles"'and "Silent Night." The High Mass at 11.00 o'clock wijl be followed by Benediction. No evening services. The