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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta r THUHSDAV, DECEMBER 24, 1914 THE DAILY IIER'AMl FIT! Here's Where You Get5 Tires, Tubes and. Accessories And that means that here you get the most for your money. Most miles per dollar and most comfort per mile; Firestone quality has led the world for fourteen years. 1'here is no argument about it. But because they have the best equipped tiro factory, and only the top- notch men, the prices are right. Cell nntl Sea Sizes THE H. T. HENDERSON GARAGE Automobiles, Tires and Motor Accessories; Expert Repairing, Corner 6th Avenue and. 6th Si. South. Lsthbrldge, Alberta, PECULIAR CASE BEFORE CARD- S-TON OE- .FENDS HIS COUNTRY FED HOE II. 31 CLINTON N. HOWARD, NOTED LECTURER, WILL SPEAK ON THAT OCCASION PlilNCK OF WALES ON Illh WAY TO THE FKOSiT Oardston, Alta., dis- ihe Ninth Convention of the tinotion during these warlj.e times Alberta I entrance Moral He- the cause of much trouble. form League will be held in the citj "Stinking Irishman" was sufficient I 2ZnJ in the 1? 5? T.S sllc J.P. Apparently the quarrel arose estimated from inn pn.n r t-l-Sb III 13 L nu... u Stores In liird times you stop the wastage of food in the 1 the wastage of food in-'the body also. Eoviil cniiblesj-ou to extract much more nourishment from your ment that would otherwise be wasted or clog the system because it is not assimilated. And a bottle of ih'ti c Turn hiient v a sti m i Q'n "s of i', cj bitf It is because of its properties that Shackieton, when planning his great Antarctic Expedition, said 07 Atl i I 25e 2oz 4ei IQc.Oe SI '9 18oi "lt3 ETC1 1 to I Soi A Hoi 1..0 is en n. It ng ll re0tmcnt the C ciudier Prince- holda a attached to the staffer General the streets oil London. The Ranch hands soon had the fighters separated. Johansen laid a complaint of assault .ami battery. The J. P. 'lifted McCulIough one dollar and costs with that were it law- ful he would-fme hoth. On the'Same day .of the above, trial January Hat January January January. In this connection the noted and celebrated lecturer Clinton N How ard, of Rochester, Y who has teen CONTINUED FROSI FRONT. PAGE. TRAPPED .TENEMENT FIRE, F.IVE WIPED OUT New Yor' Dec for the last months engaged as one Justice E. N. Barker heard a. case of t, mime Kmtartrmi ireturinx on brcakinl against one Mrs. A. Sierk. I to yisit the prov that theater woman bo, month Tan- "one Reiotm da} to take forcible possession of his P ea_ue jjj WIn therefore lecture household Being a strong v oman, fa on and m snc brole in the door, which the monton Mt, _ besldes beinB floor uf a five story' tenement -bouse at 316 West 49th Street th" Christmas spirit pud a large members of a family occupy per wnl ol the giftb could be cate- ingtan apartment on the thus in Lethbndge Npt what we give but what Nfi share, (or the gilt without the giver is bare lhat is the true spirit of Christmas, and before has LetH bridge approached so close to tne mark AT THE NURSINCf MISSION Everyone has saTil ccd .something for a Iricnd in reed, that can he said without of coutradlcti n 11 everjone could seen the eior Give Taber Farmers Irrigation FivOM FRONT PAGE or and I believe there v, oJld bo 1 undieds of other farmers and renters that would raise the were trappo7 In a flre early vi salne amount of beets, if had some this inormfe h started In 0; Jrngation :d rap- oairi bo tke matter with rentme; fne or ten acres 01 land to men that v crk in the mines in the tho [basement and spr itlly: un? the elevator shaft. !F6ur members the. family siLffocated before aid could read: -them, the fifth dy 'ing soon after beiag taken to a hospital. nioLs quantity of closing and good ttinteL, and bteady in the summer Manj 01 them with fam lies 'noOU onh be too glad to have letrui employment for the slum -r. months ajd thcj could MAXMILIAN HARDEN iy as possible of the large! towns and cities in the province will V comulamt was, of co S P manoeuvred so that a sn-iller t audltotulm, m the oltles charge 01 vagabondage was brought b "engaged fol the mention- inbicaiir-ind the defendant was let cuonanrlnH eo 20OVC off on. suspended sentence COL. O'BRIEN, ex.M.P., .DEAD Shanty. Bay, Ont. Dec. Col. iO'BMen, for Muakoka died last night- at his home here in his year. Kr. O'Brien took a large part In the fight against the Jesuit'estate bill In Ottawa in 1889. and was for many years a prominent figure in Dominion polities Ho was an active supporter of the late D'Alton McCarthy, he broke away from tne Conservatve party ARLINGTON HOTEL (European Plan) Rates 50c per day and up First Clan Grill in Connection Mofrlton A Arlington Caft and Grill SERVICE A LA CARTE and from 6 a.m. to B p.m. Specialty- Commutation Meal Cook 56.00 LEO Manajer Good Eats- Department THE FRANCE OPPOSES AID BY JAPAN Hanotaux Fears Nippon Would Con sldor Her Part Important Z4.M3abriel Hanotaux, former foreign minister expresses in tha Figaro today what appears to be the prevailing vlers in France con cerning the proposal that Japan send an army to the battlefields of Europe "VI Hanotaux takes the new that even thougli Japan should send no more than 250 000 men a force which would hardly; be large enough, to. exert a decisive influence, she would al.ways considei In the event of a victory for the Allies, lhat she had played an im portant part in settling tbS war Although M Hanotaux makes no a! luslon to the United States, it may be stated that the American viewpoint has been taken into consideration by the government PROTEST ENVOY TO VATICAN English Protestant Alliance Says Sir Howard'! Appointment Illegal London, Dec of Sir Henry Howard as a- special inin Ister to the Vatican has called forth a protest from the Protestant Alliance, which denounces tbe appointment as The Northern Church council of the Church association at Its Df-cember meeting In Manchester has framed an appeal King's ministers, in which It is stated ttifit diplomatic re- latlon between England and the Vati can has been discontinued for 400 veare and aiMng for the withdrawal of the prrsent mission, vhlej, It says, 'can not but Mrs gfi c offo-cQ to the vast majorlty'of Bnsilshmen 't The piolesf continues "This coun cil regrets thai am action taken bv his Majesty's government at this time of crtils In tKf nation s history should well is substantiate for the dajs af tor'MiEs'riller made the statement ,nd c "Ihcir trim that fully GOO pconlp won d UnJif in account of the war Editor of the world famous German publication Die atkunfl who liftcl tae German mask by declaring that Germany wanted this war _______ rass may the Teuton devil throttle those whmers who plead that the war thcmeh es and their families during WjS (opcej Ur0n Germany We wage wur to obtain wider room on earth and for ourselves alone. DECRIES US JAPAN WAR TALK Envoy Addresses New sylvania Annual Dinnir Scranton, Pa., Dec, Stutemi Chinda Japanese Ambassa- dor to the United States, was a guest tonight at the annual dinner of the >h Nev, England society of northeastern fjp Pennsylvania Ambassador Chinda touched briefly on the relations be- To n Lcihlir dge to Jledicme Hat to cauld i, nn Magrath, Dec 22 -The fellow a comp'ete list up to date oi subscription gathered here for ,o- ,c g is Ambulanoe ,11 tie 1 c-rafirm" the reoort B- The girls of the Do nestle Science Georges vVeiil tnp Socialist classes baked ca cs an1! coo Of (Ce lor Metz who waa les for the mission ci Momiii and Tean Lecn Uarez the Fiench are .ill thev re to hold them at least, it is to be hoted so We l'Bir a great rianj sar aic to learn that the Knight ics for the mission ci aioniiii ana Tean Lecn Jjarez tre nencn Cc are contEmpiating moving Tuesday, awl a sp.enilid batch of Socialist leader when the lattei was h l rr cooking it vras. Mis? lilies very Sh0t m Pans for service ,inrterlalc to grmv at a- {he fiom Oerraam Smn" a-rv hi, c-u-ea "inment undcr neiEhlior r.fa I the Sugar factory as the auantitj Miss ddmestic scien'G teacher i effort to make the contribi tion credit to the school and that her G succeeded is idenced by tlve thl action of Dr favorable comment passed The giris ______ ___ entered Into the spirit of fro iding, with groat ?cal, and the results are very gratilj ice to cverycn" c ncerned Mr H A Mcliillop made a raid on the local stores for the cirls and came out with a fine batch of mgre-li ents.all of vihich were donated bj thei lolloping mertliants, vrry jiullingly Geo Kerr coiipanj, tjOo i com pan; L C leeple and Co J and A Johnston, (13th the B'nt lev coil! the Hudson s com pany the V McDonald company, H 1 Cimpbell Wilson and Home ana the 1' Hums eomuan" neir ab I can said lillcy, "there will not hungry moulb m Lethbridge on Christmas day BIG DINNER AT CITADFL The Salfition is (EC mg ev- ery unemplov ed man in the citv, at a big dinner at the Citadel, so that none of the single men wiH go hun- nr} This meal is being prqufifd out 01 the Herald's Christmas "Fund Ihe children at the Shelter- are fullv provided for I Ihe Hatttry men will be giver] Clnistmas cbtcr in nh'indance at Ihe V M C A and the hoi day will I and Itngal on B K BlJLLOCK TV ASIA endoavois of al loynj Engl's Shu all differeueel and gqrli er for the of the JSmp s prLoneu at the jail toWiai back frs'v of the Sue. Canal Southern Alberta Motor 25 B J Jensen Mrs aVbelvTe'en the two countrW Angus Mis, Fos-y, Mrs Goo was >newtable Dudlei Airs, inlerson, Mrs Ida Ethelbert Talbott of Mrs Pnlmer Mrs Mae [enem aEa Bainbrldge Colby of New Turner Airs Nellie lajlor, Mr Da- York were other speakers j vis Mrs Urn Milter, Mrs Hood, Miss Whitt Mrs Phillips, Mrs I In Fletcher, Mrs Mathescn, Mrs Af Kasmussen, Miss McGann, Mrs C Peterson Mrs Heatlrershaw, Mis Aubtin U-nnett Airs Grant, Airs C Ilarlpr Mrb Lamb, Mis L Bourn- Mrs, blavall 'In Mrs HodRCS Mrs J I Chipman Mrs C Jensen Mrs T Ivarr--n Long Jim Mrs SMelton, Mrs 1C Si en cei Mrs L Nicholjs, Mrs D Prvde, Miss M Mrs Beeman 00 Mrs Ida Woods 30 Mrs B Bradshaw la D AlcKinaon .50 J tween Japan and the United Statet, i deploring tho frequently pnnted How To Make the Remedy Hnrh BeHer _ Uade IvinA I on Fullj GUI This home-made cmuth fyrup ia used in more homes than any remedy Its pronip'ness, Steele ..50. coughs, ch'esj and YhroaV'i icinarkable. iou can so.-....., tnke bold A day's use will usually ow come the ordinary mM. Manchester Trooo Officers Also Bet whoopini; cough quickly. Splendidvtoj, HONOR MESSUOIEH DESTROYER and certainty m conquering dlsi and throat toids I iou can actually for bronchitis, spasmodic croup, Vorf cbial asthma and winter coughs. Get from any druggist of London Dec Pmex (50 cents pour it into a Cross has been conferred upon Lieut 10 ounce bottle and fill the bottle Com-nander Norman B Holbiook, plain granulated sugar gynip Vicuna Cron sudieh In the Dardanelles on Decem ber'13. for a cost of only cents, 10 ouncA better cough sj nip V'an you could Mes for 'fnkes but a few minutes to and spoil! _____ Rood The Victoria Oresn also been Ton be plnsutlr mnn awarded to SeconH Uem how jaickly it loosens dry near Festubert on Oetouw after Ihelr tieneh had often