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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta .QECKMBJiK. 24, tllr. OAILV IIKIIALU 'Vnclxjan, of ilio re- contli-ucHon committee of the csbl-' nut, elated tlmt misconstruction bus boon placed on his recent estimate of ibe employed of tho Dominion. While It la recognized that In certain por- tions of Iho Dominion (he number of employed Is not reduction of ilaffa Ihroufhout-the Dominion, Mr, Maul.ean 'eaya; Is not .0 large- "I Air. rejnarts, having stated.that In reply to iiueatlonnnlres of tlio labor doparlment 3098 factories emr.Ioyfcir 10D litndi or more each Hod reported allowing that 7581 miles and 129 fe- males had been dismissed elnro Iho armistice. What I did say was lint this number of ealnbllahments liad answered Iho iiiiory, and Ihp result showed a not decrcaBo In employment of 70S5 males and a net incrcasu of 185 females." At leait three person.''.re dead and GO many cerlously, as the result of an explosion which destroyed the ihell-loadlaa. build- r u. Ing at the plant of tho J p 'tir munition ri plant- htrt PROMINENT MONTANA POLITICIAN KILLED i EUROPEAN CATTLE r_ i OTTAWA, a Btotemeril recnrd.D? (Uo Jlvestoclc situation In Europe and Iho opportunity Canada nou'.hna Lo placo her livestock on a pennauenl Ijaala, II. IJ. TJiomsorij chairman of Iho CacniU food board, saya that tho decrease In Kuropo ol caltle, shecin aiyV counting only on llie cbuhlriea where 1g- urea arc available, and excluding P.ua- Bla, Austria-Hungary and tho HalkapB, from yvMdi no figures fira available, Is nearly 10 Umcs the total of.Canada's livestock herds in the country at tho present (Ima. PARIS, Dec: M, Mllu- koff, former Husilan foreign mil- liter, who accused last July of her) mA been obliged lo Porlfl, ac- to the Matin. Hie encc here was bflleved to be 'lift-'. neccEflary, ProfcBBOr Mllukoff talnetf a passport for France at Constantinople by mistake, the newspaper a ays- He had been In Paris four days. PROMINENT MONTREALER DEAO MONTRKAU Dec. Uc- occurred at Iho Royal Victoria Hos- pital last nfgbt of ft. K. Djldine, crul manager ol Amcs-llolden, Mo- Oready, Limited. Mr, IMldluc, who had hcen III a few weeks, had bceu. with tho Montreal firm three yearn, coming Lore as sctlca manager and taking Lho post of genera] manager oci the retirement of Mr. FoHes. LIVINGSTONE, Dec. >1. Harvey, Republican Bin to chairman oae ol the most promjiiGtil tiUor-. In Montann, died atji Vclock Bight (ram a; frirclurod Skull austalricd a Tall to the sidewalk during a flat on tlio streets here, half BD hour earlier. -w.lli 1'oatinaBtcr J. E. Svvlu- illehuTBt. Swlndlchurflt gavo tip'to'the piid U: la-tie county TEST VALIDITY CINCINNATI fJrat step, to teat tha validity-of the federal prbhlb'illon amend- was taken today, when at- torneys representing both sides of a aeektng to enjoin Gover- nor Cox from presenting the pro- tojHther (he' of THE BAY The narnes-of. the .winners in Ttie Bean Contest will be given out at The Bay at 9 p.m. With tlio thermometer bovcrlne Shelter -t jir'ound forty degrees, anj tho aunj1 In. the Blioltsr ar down (a true May style, It "rangemeiitfi are Ijejai? loado to Js to realize Lliaj, jee 'thai the yidUIca there ero net tomorrow If) CtirletmaB. pferlooked by fiaata Tbe IIo- [ary, hns untleiUkea to thai a real Cbrlj aTnl'Jji.ck Smltlt and Guy Roy, eel by Mrs, Fred fipooner, have Lhut task fo Jisfid. There are lialf a dozen cin tell ol many Wack ot (he'paat, but wlttiln tlio pai'. tci) years Ibere haa never teen a staioii whlcli was BO open right up till Chrbtmas five 33 (bla year baa proveii to he. TLc rctuH Is lhat Iho Christmas WARM GRATITUDE 1'AniS, Dec. Vlclflr manuol of Italy, oa Ibe occasion of his frenci (Oil filter hit visit lo Paris, telegraphed President I'oln- caro bis (or the reoep- tlou Lo'received, CHAHOEJ Y. I NEW TOItK, comcti lair by of diorblcml cbartet Y. M. C. A. 2auteeL4 orirMM'TUll referred to the war tar I vestlgatlga. there, plenty will be pro- vided lo c.aujo them lo rcmcoibor the spirit, eecnin to be more closely day. related to''Jack Frost aiul Iho fjtorm! At the Isolation Ilosnilal also spe- King itiHU lo Iho merry BUUEbloe, Is'clal preparations ara being mudo not FO cvMent tills year. In spite of through, the generonily ot conic oC tlie fact Hint ill-: ending of the war local haa Iclt jieoplo in a rnoru genoroui At the Jail mood. Tho huslli! and bustle which "Wardou Itlvcra of the provincial usually attends Christmas IB lacking! I'll lin'l overlooking his resjionel- to some eilenl, and iMe. ivllb Ibo ab- billty either, Tbla year he haB 120 seuce of winter weather, .makes that KueiH >'ho eipcot Bomtthtng eitn "Ohrlslmusv" feellug hard to rca- for CbrlilmaB, and tboy aro not go- REVERT TO CIVILIAN STATUS VfASlllXOTOii, Kef. opin- ion of the Judge advocate general's office, approved by the secretary of liolds ttiat officers and unlisted men pf ihe Guard win revert civilian status, discharged 'from ilia federal Eervlco. The effect ol the ruling practically Is to wipe out of existence the Xatlonal Guard a? It wag organized prior to tbe war. GOES''TO SiBEHIA TO REPRESENT BANKERS OTTAWA, Dec. Vf. Galbraltb, ol" Montreal, haa been appointed lo represent banking imprests-on the Canadian..econoTuic- nitsclon to lierla...JIo will proceed lo Vladivostok at an early dale; contestants are urged tpbeyjresent Beautify your Complexion nd the-skip of un-i quicker arid surer, by putting your blood, stoniacty and liver in any othcf way. -Clear cb mplex- ion, bright -cyesj rosy j the use .Tfiey "elirhihatc. poisonous Dtatjci; from the I purify .the blood and -tone the qrgaris of -ty, .V u. THE SEASON'S GREETINGS TQiOLIR GUs iMilRS FRM P. LUND SON LETHBRIDGE Hott'eveivln spite of tho unseason- able weather, Lelhbridge JK- going to enjoy Christmas. All day today de- livery rigs havo Leen daebloe here and thefOj ell with ihclr loads of tree a to be proparecl for Santa Claiis' vlaU this evening. Huge jjjeparntlona ire belug made In every home. The Christmas lurkcy haa al- ready beeu purchased and (s LeJng proporly prepared for ibe Blon. To eay that preparations are being mad a fn every liouia la not putting It too broadly. There will ho some home a where eh ear will enter through the (be Jne JIIsBJon, made through the gflneroilty ot the Lelbhrldge pub- lic In supporting The Herald's ChriEt- maa Cheer.fund. Great hampers con- taining turkeys, chickens, delicacies of all kiads and useful gifts are being made -up this afternoon and will be dejirered- this evening, to homes where of want would oilier- tomorrow, the day of days. log lo be disappointed. No work other ttmu IB absolutely neceatary Trill be dono during tho day, .while a big spread In provI'Jed wiih pork uud sauce the Jo rcslnlance- .The Inmates ol Jatl will also to provlde'l with Home- Df Jn tho way of en' orange or other fruit the day. This aftamooQ'E trains arc br Ins Ins ia many yJetlors to spend Lho day with relallres or friende, Cliriatmea travfl IB ealj by ralhvar Ofricfila (o be lighter this Chrfstmad lhan some years past, Alloectlior, though tho weather aian lias not lived up to bis rcputa- tloa by sending real Christmas weather TV Uh snowflakca and crack- ling sharp atinoBphere, la going to celebrate Its first peace ClirlBlroas ID a right memorabla for many events ot the pasti month, the Christmas Tree and Horary Club the fund rataed through The Herald lor Christinas cheer have proven that tho people are Imbued with tbe spirit ot goodwill lowwd men. FA1ERSWILLPAY General Increase in Prices Went Into Effect December Two or lliree .-weeks ago H was al- mOBi Impossible to secure au orange In any store In Lcllrtrldge, and whal irero available were very poor null- ity. Tho Blory is different today, and Lelhbridje will have oranges lor f ChrlElmaa arter all. The reason for the chance Is thai the new California crop la on tho mar- ket. This has not cmlr Increased Llie .jupply, but Hae reduced the price. Wnereas orangea Trere .scarce, a.fev '-'Farmers, piay inore their farm Implemculji" a re-. suit ot ,a "gSJoral. Increase In prices rwceka at Jl.OO to per doten, wWchNreat'-Slto effect 'ou "December are fairly plentiful al a 1st; accordlng'-lo stalemenLa received aTeraglng 70 cents per dozen. from riUierent'agriciiiiural I ID pie men L I will-ba cheaper and more Iho city by Tfc'a Herald to- S day. advance is according 'loi the ail tbe way from 3 to-12 per cent, "In tho case o'E.the I. H. C. the oranges available tnft within the creasb-.La made merely to coTer the reach-of. those famfles who are at increased ccst.of said Fred Preaear compiling the Spooher, manner of the local AMJ5jr J-'Uculartj- .KBBonable buiinff branch. ,'TVbeu freight .rates conraodllr which. to be plenti- Increised In the eummer no. Lul' lh6 increase made. In the price of prlCB langes around 3S ld one fruit wholesaler this mom- Ing.. One goad' feature oMhe in the orange market la that It has made (are accordingly tomorrow. mplomenis here, to covor th. In- breased M.t mrinE Hem down, so the new incraaso Is (or thai purpose i which'It mis le.red there n fht be a aod Is therclofe small. -An to fairly pier, which formerly-cost ?290 to 1300 will now cost. more. On a seem, lo snppUea wltt Chrtst- 41500 engine Iho coat may to 'J50 P more." Other concerns blame tho increase tn their cnsua ou Iho increased coat materials. The Anltmau-Taylor In threshing rigs and heavy tractors, have matte an In- crease of S to 10 per cent., according to Ihclr local agent, W. A. hausiin. The John Dcero Co. and others tell tfis ssmo storj'- Tho that tho duty may go on again in the ''case ot small traclorj was commented on by a number of dealers. This'change may lake place in February, and 'tractors 'which last The following Southern Alberta soldiers are duo to reach Lelhbridga spring soli lor to .-would p'rMay or .Saturday of this week: coat probably J100 more this spring, V. Darey, J. Stat- except In cases where local concerns'ford, Turcalte, J. G- M.lher, S. have a stock on'bahd whlcli were C. Perry, W. Perkins. Outside poiota'i brought In duty free. Flaher, DelleTue; F. J. Anderson, Twin Bird, Plncher Creek; E. J. mrHolomOK, Fernla; S. II. Daines, Cardslon; H. N. Genes, Mac- leod; M. S. Harland, Plncber Creek; 3. llonghton, Colcman; Johnson, Coieman; 0. Tonbelm, ClarcshoJra; J. W. MeNibt, Jlaclcod; K. A. Morrison, Coleman; B. Teakey, Carmangay. 'hliere 1s 'a new nation.' TnrlV fire British and Am ericans, Treuch'xand Belgians, even Redskins ao4 Japanese. They do1 not live in thelr.pwn coyntriea. You will find them alp'lb Fraice.'U'la tho tion of tbo geatlemcn of France, and you will find them libs onder tlio forests o( white, crnsaes, In shell holes, In huried1 "dhgpnts, and flonietlmea they-aob't 'Ks'iiirirhere. K eter we torjet. If ever'wa lei creep back, the gentlemen or France, rlstns wearily, wll> batk to re tlrhl Uie hatlles we hadn't .anae .to keep Ihey'd'woV." A, W.r .r. Is in done iit to> Brlllsii T______ sev- eral limes-'wrtlta'RTTLng it tbe fronL fwioty In ateA on a co-ooe bEacfit'of hns -beta >ropond- t-toy ra.mn to ba' oper for liic led ftfldlcrs DARTING, PIERCING SCIATIC PAINS Give waj- before the pent- tntiag effects of Sloan's Liniment So do HNJJC rheumatic tvingcj and llie tain-ichc> of lumbago, Ihe inflammation of ncvrilu, the wryneck, lite joint wrench, the lijamtr.l sprain, the nm9tlc itnin, and U-c throbbing The cite ot .pplymj, the quickness ol relief, the positive results, the cleanliness, and ihe economy of .Sloan's Liniment mate it universally preferred. Made in Canada, Sloans iml I The Hedley Drug Co, WISHES ALL THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON. TO EACH AND EVERYONE OF OUR PATRONS AND FTOENDS, WE WISH YOU ALL A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A BRIGHT AND. PROSPEROUS NEW'YEAR. Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. "Everything Muiletl" 315 6th Street S. Remember the Addrett, Christmas 1918 earlK, Peace, good will I meri." WitKjthi? age old greeting which now Holds a new and deeper meaning, we wish our friends' one and all Bright and Happy Christmas. A.M. RITCHIE TOBACCO FOR THE BOYS AND AID FOR THE NURS1NQ MIMION, M (MR. RICHARD HINCK3 AND PARTY) WILL PRESENT FOUR LITTLE PLAYS ENTITLED. I'THE CHANGELING" -By W. W. Jacolw "THE COLLABORATORS" By Ifeisy McGwck "CINDERS" By Uy "THE PLAYGOERS" By G. W. Phot .IN THE MAJESTIC THEATRE Friday and Saturday Evenings December 27th and 28th Be Hie Box All Day hy Tkkrt 5< nuv A TICKPT, Vril9 Die of tkj MHrlar together wiUi your own tame, it in at .Ttafttra do tho resL He'll set a parcel. If you rtoaol alttbd the buy a ticket ecd mall It to Mr, Allin MeAhjtt. J5J 7ti Afm. A. any tlrno r.rtar1 ta ?7, ind parcel irtU fonrvA to tH you name. 1C you wiili tho proceeds of the ikkel to go to X Mission .write "Nuri'.nx Mlsiton" on the back. TteWto left will help the tobacco tund. v TICKETS ON SALE AT ALL DRUG VTOAM ;