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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, THELETH BRIDGE DAILY HERAftD PACE ELEVEN CLARKE .-DAY" OF INTERCESSION Dec. a meet- "iiijj of'.the cabinet.council today- was decided to name Sunday" "January 2, as a day for inter- cession and prayer in ail Can- adian churches for the success Vof.Qrent Britain and her allies. Tho llrat Sunday of "the pres- ent year wafc set aside for a -.-similar purpose. Soldiers Get The Christmas Gifts change in Wey- burn circles took place tbis transfer of Mr. A. of the Bank of Com- irierce, Frances, Out. Mr. Tumor Uns already left for his new station and will be fo'ilowed at fui ourly Mrs. Turner and fam- ily.: Loudon, J5ee. S'-l.-rrp.iifijiir the last 24 hours a of Canadians have arrived on leave from the front. j All syealc of the trenches as being water logged and as crumbling con- jstantly, in many pails more fronr-thc laodden condition .of the surrounding I country than from the enemy's ar- i Christmas, gifts from .Canada and are arriving in good time 'and are being promptly distributed. Ottawa, Dec. Sam HugliCK has sent the loliowing Christmas "To all my fellow Canadian, soldiers overseas and at home kind- ly permit me to wish one and a" a very Merry Christmas anil a Happy and' Successful Yiar. The. gallant conduct of those at (lie front has1 forever madi! the name of Canada immortal. The splendid lads in Bri- tain and elsewhere, are heji to add to that, immortality. Their example, devotion and sacrifice for king, coun- try and liljcrtv will po down -through the agon. My heart is with you all." Sam PHONE 1224 A young Bride Tried to Suicide Swift Current, Sask., Uec. Jolin Ijett was today committed for trial at the next sitting of tlic su- preme court on a charge of attempting suicide and as she IB under years of ugfi she was committed to the care of the Children's Aid Society at Re- gina awaiting trial .Mrs. Lett WHS only a bride of a few weeks, being married on Nov. 8th when she attempted to shoot herself through the heart with a revolver. The bullet just missed her heart by a hair's breadth and after being rushed (o the hospital she has now complete, ly recovered, The accused was alone when she committed the deed but Histed to her sister, in whose house the shooting was done, and to other witnesses who sjave evidence at ihe preliminary trial today that she bad done the shooting and that she got the gun from her husband. It appeared that the young bride had been drinking as the doctor stnelled liquor on her breath, tifld :a of brandy which wa's in the house, was found half empty. HALT PRINKING IN CHICAGO This Sample of LUX is for you. Madam! WHATjsLUX? It is TT a soap of unusual purity made into the thinnest of flakes that readily dissolve in hot water. It makes a creamy, 'foamy lather that cannot injure the daintiest fabric or the' hands. 19 a wonderful life lengthencr of all woollen and flannel garments. It Absolutely prevents them front matting, thickening or shrinking In the Wash. you Mmplt.frw? Addreii LUX Dtpt., Lever Brothers Limited, Toronto. flns I0c. Woollens ALLIED FORCES AT 3ALONIK1 Paris, Dee. Bonnal, a French military -expert, examining in (lie Intranslgeantitie situation at Sa- ioniki, mentions the German state- ment that the French and British forces at that Greek port now, number officer's and men, and are in- and. says; "The joint army soon will reach They' are "occupying a semi- circle- ai'ouhcl Salonika -which .Itself is just beyond; range of''the. heaviest 'she'lls '18 to 23 miles. j "Fifteen .days ;of .entrenching have defensive works d-cer-' tain that" men, with ample fob.a "and" sup. plies and reinforcements available by the open sea routes, should be able (o resist an army consisting .of two or. three times their number." j___________________________; THREW BOMBS--UPON j KING OF-BELGIUM I of the es- cape from death recently of the King anil Queen Helgium when (feruian aviators threw bombs on the fishing j village where the Royal couple now reside, are. printed today by The Pet- it Journal. The' King and Queen were .coming out ol church from mass the rest of'the'congregation, says, the paper's correspondent, when six Ger- man aeroplanes appeared (lying low ApparentU v> ere coming from Ostend. The King at oittic told the piople to scatter and take shelter, bui, the aeroplanes approached so laptdlj t'.ist fc Lad to with nib instructions before the ina- fhinps ttcre over tho uilige Iwo bombs fell a im vanls fio-n tin. King and Queen, btit thcj v-crc not hit hj flvlne JUftnicnls Thfc correspond- ent v-T 3 "This is the'fifth air raid which has bpnii abEoIutelj unjust i ficd, SIIILO the villigc is unfortified iml is inhabited only In fishermen Uhat makes it is that tuc acrophnes came from the section of the Gorman, front command; d by the Prince of Wurttem- berg, first rousm of the All Bars Must Close Hour After Mid- night Chicago, Dec. bar in Chicago must clone one hour ;after nitlniglit ushers in the new year, ami those celebrating the advent of 1916 will be allowed to purchase "only a reasonable amount" of drinks to pan- surne after the closing hour. This announcement today from tlie corpora- tion counsel put a damper on plans for extended New Year's parties. Can Drink Till 3 o'Cfock New York, Dec. major por- tion o? Ne York's New Year's Eve celebration will close a.t t Jan nary 1, 191ti, ..Mayor Mitchell de Idetl today.' Deapito. a strong protest by temperance associations the mayor; ruled that all cafes and cabarets: re1 ceiving favorable reports from.'.the police department may obtain special licenses to sell liauor until 3 a.m. on New Year's day. There are 2S cafes holding all-night licenses, and these will remain, open as usual. Gunner O'SullIvai', of the. spending his .Christmas leave at IMn- chcr.Ctcck. Mr. uri'd Mrs. A. E, Hunlop left this iil.CBritoont foe Medicine Hat, where they will-spend Christmas. Private- Howard Cronkitc, of the Uattalion, Calgary, in1 spending Christmas city. Mrs. Ki'ed Ford and daughter Con- Stance, arc leaving tomorrow night to pay a short visit to relatives in Winnipeg. "Dr. Lillian B. Lauvrr, uf iilinncapo- ia d holiday guest at the home 'of Mr. and Mrs. ftootgc Angus, Vic- toria Park. The .DramaUc Art dcpartniuit of -tlie JlalhesLs-clui) will jneet on Mon- day afternoon at 3 o'clock at- the h'oitie' of 'te-.Slpllze, 3M 12th St. SOllth. 'T" Privatcfj Harold and William Hen- derson of the 82nd battalion, Cal- gary, arrived in the city yesterday to spend Christmas with 1 licit mother, Mrs. Wm. Henderson. -Miss Ethel Preston, of Calgary, ana Dr. H. S. Preston, of Superb, Sask., expected today to spend Chrisimas with their sister, .Mrs. R. It. Davidson. Mr. and S. J. Shepherd and little Miss Marjorlc left this after- noon for JIaplei Creek to spend Christ- mas with Mrs. Shepherd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dixon. Mr, E. W. Harrison, formerly of the staff of l-IiB'-Bank uf Nova Scotia here, now a member of the 56th Bat- talion, Calgary, is spending Xmas At the home'pT' aiid-.-jMrs. .las. ,J. Foote, Hall Mirjes- -road; Nelson, the wedding of Ifliss Wilfred Allan pj Staj'ely, Alta., was solemnized by 'Rev. it. J. Mclntyre. Miss Gray, who '.is. shortly to.x be mairried, -was1.the recipient ?of .vcr casserole from, the teachers .of the local schools' yesterday morning. Miss Gray left; in the afternoon for her home in'Tancotivefr': The. splendid sum qf_ is the result of the savings "pi the children of the Central School.cthis fall, and' deposited in the collection" boxes in- stalled by the I.O.D33. This money is to be devoted to huying material for soldiers' comforts. The children iro to bt upon the" amount of in m a -case of denying thunsphes some as it is an i understood fact that Barents must, not be asked lor the monc; to put in the-tioxes Christmas, 1915 May this Christmas be your Happiest One, filled with thoughts of kindness and goodwill toward all, and that the Coming Year may find you abundantly Messed with a full measure of prosperity, form our wishes to you at this time. i Hudsorfs Bay Company s LIVED LONG TIME WITH BROKEN BACK -Montreal, Dec. surmising career in aviation came to an -eiid- Monday morning-'at the Royal Victoria hospital, when William 3 Luckev winner of tha New Times aeria derbj', died c? recened at Sturgeon Ij'alls, Ont. September fth L'iclcey was about to land cessful flight at the Sturgeon Palls labor day when the tail hi; inachine struck an embankment, throwing him to the ground. In mak- ing the landing he tried to fiy over a rai'iroail embankment and .under tele-, graph wires. :He was unconscious j when, picked up, and was immediately rushed to the Royal.Victoria hospital here, whnre It was. found that his back was broken. DFDM I u .Dpnoon married jVIa-e and Hr Earle M Dedimn both of Stirling Vita last night at 8 30 at the mmse Only One "BROMO QUININE' Tage't ;the gemihvv.eaH for full name LAXATIVE BrtOMO, QUININE. Look Successor to Mr. Speakman Calgaijf Dec 24 Speculation is rife as to .vftp will be the successor of the ntc James Speaknnn in the lire'6idency..Of..thjG..U. F. A. The con- vention, of..that .organization meets in Calgary, .next month and there is like U to e_ canvassing for the-honor. At the. present time, Vice- president Wood of Crossfield IE being mentioned as a likel} as is 'VicfrWesfdent' "Dunham. Director Trego Gleicben may be in the field and Director Vickery spoken of as a "jVossibfHty There are likely to be some .candi- dates south and'N. Taitiiiger of CHreab-olni and W. Glass of Mae- leod be out m nomination, .before the contention Start the New Year Right Put behind you the drawbacks that have previously lilndered your success. You can never fill a gpo'd position without the necessary train- ing." If you want to EABN more you must LEARN more. Our practical (business courses will make you competent to fill a pos- ition in a Business office. Our WINTER TERM opens JANUARY 3rd. You should en- ter then aud by next summer you can ibegiu to earn money for yourself. Office wen from 3 10 to 4 '10 pin every day during the, holidays, Call or .write for information, Garbutt Business College 411.8th Lethbridjt RESIDENCE PHONE 1531 A. M. FISHER, Principal IN CANADA. MILltARY MEN I en in need of uniform I and ropaire at reason- 1 sV'ie pHccs, bring nork K, Olirko'a shop, rear ot nik, Phonfl No i ifier .Ttmuary 1st, 1816. LONDON PAPERS, THINK NOTE TO AUSTRIA STRONG London, Dec, 23H-Tho. second Uiilt- et! Stales note to Austria, which has beep awaited with groat interest by tho British people, shared tno leading positions In the late editions of the London newspapers with the reports of the Russian 'success at garia'4 chief seaport The note appeared here too laic for extended editorial comment, but the headlines reflected tho "Note couched mv sharper "All discussion about.details, swept or "No fttrther discussion appears pos- aiblc.' BAR PAPERS WITH LIQUOft ADVERTISEMENTS Portland, Ore., Dec. pers published outside of Oregon must have special editions -without liquor advertisements for distribu- tion within this state after the first of the year, if District Attorney Ev- ans can. establish in the courts Itia position on the anti-advertisement sections of-the prohibition laws. Mr. Kvans said today he will, at- tempt California enjoin California publish ers from marling or expressing for: distrlbu'ticn in Oregon any papers con- taining linuor advertisements into this state WITH GOOD CHEER and PLENTY IN THE COMING YEAR. ALL GOOD WISHES FOR XMAS, R. W. Wallace Ltd. OwFriendb MAY 1916 BE THE BRIGHTEST YEAR TO YOU ALL. Roy Electric Co. SHE-KNEW The Minister: should ftUays bo particular about details, Miss fueher It la little ihinss thftt tell" io, killed toy ft aholl on Novetnbei' Nellie. "I know f have three to the rescue of t'rt amali siBtorc.' wouudfa nmchtnc gun men. Son t LIEUT. QEORQE WILQRESS of the King's Prlnlar of Oai Ontar- MAY 1916 ENSURE FOR YOU ITS BEST GIFTS W. A. Leavitt f' MAY YOURS BE PIPING TIMES OF THROUGHOUT THE COMING YEAR The Elite Cigar Store Perry-Reid ;