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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta LL 'wee sat tm umnmrDT.E DAIIA- HKRALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1019 leibbribtfc, alberta T; J BA1LY AND WEEKLY f THS LETHBRIOGE HERALD COiUPANy, LtylTED M South, LHSbHdg. W. A. Fmltut Managing Directcr yotnrtcc Business Jlncase Pemfctr Audit Bureau of Circulate SubKrlptlon Ratei: yiaily, dallTKBd, per week delivered, :--ear JfeDr by mall. year by mall, per year by mail, per year to I ot eipiry o! .rticrlption W- Ul i Mar dally on address label. Accfr'.- o! tlpafB alter eiulratioa aato K obr aatborlty to contliiua tha acriptlM. OF CHRISTMAS The star that shoilc in usher him in with a merry din That shall glsddeu his joy- ous heart, And we'll fceqi him up tlfere's bite or sup. And in fellowship good we'll part." i It may be appropriate at this time to refer to the particular Christmas which is now visit- ing us. It conies at a season -I j when the nation throughout the 1 Empire is once more at-peace, 'with the war so far as it inti- mnlely conrerns us over, and peace as fur as humnn effort can make it assured for n. long lime in the future. It is a sea- ___son -which fits in appropriately J-50! wilh the coining of the Prince of Peaa: whose advent was made known in the first carol sung by the celestial choir. Now more than ever having (nsted of the horrors of, war we can realize what that message of peace and With this realizalibirwe can enjoy to ICKED UP ASSING .'-5 7.50 E.OO Formed With E. H. Duthle Holds Good Meeting Famous Vrult Sees Big In Valiws of Unit (Frera Our Own MACLKOD. Dec. J. Ii the East, heralding the approach of j juc- the' meaning which IhcHirst Christmas, still shines! pcncfi ,vith menace removed, Duthte, Dominion veterinarian, had a very suecesstul meeting In Macleod, on December 22n4 vchen he met the fitortitioa and farmers on the ciange qoestion. The doctor EIVS 11 reiulred less explanation In Macleod than any yolnl he Tlitlei In West. As Mac- llecd hss teeu and Is tba recosnlied centre of the -srcsl. those who attended at once tinder-stood the ques- tion. As eiplafccd In several pauers 11 Is the Intention ot the department they are haTing the co-operatlou bt the people, to stamp out the mange trpm Canada, uid while the line of action may teem severe, it Is never- theless tho only way to once and tor all to clean up the country, and the stock ot the dread disease. The plan betog -worked out is to form from tour to ten townships In a district, ac cording to the number oE cattle In the district, allow the men to elect a rep K-senUliTo for tnat district, in such a l not he.driven manner that cattle figuratively loday. To it isj brings. liitched in an invisible strand, even-, link is fettered Oic lie of the Spirit which dignifies Christian- ity i and separates it from, nil The present Christmas ushers a new dawn. We have learnt lo know 'shat goodwill among nations means, just as we esti- mate what goodwill among in- more than ten miles to the chute, which is to be erected at an expense not exceeding to b oorne by the Dominion government Should however, the cost he more i will bo borne by the district dipping vats are to be built on a plan supplied by the department, and to ii in charge ol one man selected by th committee who can refuse to dip n stock brought to him. The cost o dlpphig per head wiU ilepend entirel Our Oita CRESTOX. B. C. Dec. S3.- mark In land values at Creator, -as touched last month tu the sale ot ae ralrhead ranch, i plsce hat sold at M.MO an acre. The anch has a good oKhsri and U well iFintod to raspberries, with a good ouse oo the property. The buyer, a Ir Linn, came here six months ago rom Atborta, and mado a very caretu esrch of tho whole district before buying. The- ranch Is about rom town. Another notable sale last week was he 20-acrs W. A. Pease ranch two mites north of town, the buyer belor slle MsMunrle. wnose father own ranch just across from the newly acquired area. While the price is no tor publication H Is known to be WO In oicess o1. whst asked fo tATberta two. cW1a Edward fiamier oi St. Lawrence Pork, near Alexandria. was fatally burned while her mother was sway less thin fire minutes at her own mothers house across the road m .Toronto. he same ranch about a year ago. Mr and Mrs. Pease secure.1 the propcrt twelve years ago, part of it being log Eed off at 535 on acre. Thirteen acre of It are lu bearing orchard. literary society organ lied In connection with thr. h'3 school, and the first debate fealora the- closing exercises on Friday. Cl question under discussion was as t whether moving plclures were ben ficial or otherwise, with the decisio in favor of the movies. Several of Ihe Mainnta who are golnu lo Cnin brook for slallallon on Saturday, betas proml ert in Crestoa board of trade circle will take advantage ot their ifcsotiate nllwiy. lo buy Us n. J. MeCrwry. it leavlut root 10 iut'> W (Jen. Harmon, ot Kelowm. B.C., may t Ihe candidate ot Yale. B.C., farm- rs (or the Federal bouse. Hev. William Muir Auld ot Wiila- elpbta bas accepted the call w he pastorate ot OM SI. AnUitws Church, Carlton street, Toronto. Harry Deunii Sanders, one of be wealthiest residents of Weil left an estate valued at to be Jtvidwl amongst widow ,nd cbildreu. K W E Buniaby slated at tha an- nual meeting ot the shareholders that he sale ot the United Farmers Co- poralive Co., of Ontario, Ibis year roold total Very Rev. Archdeacon AiiSrieui, forty years a priest In London Dlo- ceie for some time an Indian in the died at aged aliety-four. the Kev. W. B. Dunham. For aomo vcars lietore Ilia war Col. fatlis was stationed at Kamloops. Holiad Forlssier, who rbrnerly re- tided a! PipwloM, Man., hai been elected member ot parliament for the district at J.olre, The district which -Vr. Forlssler vas reo- lYEfcuted m iha French parliament years wo by his father. Ro- land Foriasitr and his brother, Jean, in pre-war operated a largo farm near Tbey were French reservists, and when the war broke out Mtorned to France and served Ihe French army. FOR RED8 SHIPS OF STONE WITH SAILS OF LEAD D3.WER. notto for the saK (itneral Ixwnard Wood, an kddresa at 7ort Colllus, "i> ahip or shoot. 1 believe that we should plact them all on ahlps of ttono with sails ot lead ami that tholr otowlng placo should bo hell. We must advo- cate radical laws to deal with radical people.0 A M. Pcteri, manager of the Cal- gary branch of the Bank of Mont, real luw received word of tue death ot his father, J. K. P. Peters, of St. Newfoundland, at age ol 81 years. The cslalo of Frank W. woolworth, who'Vnade a'fortune- more ln "ye other creeds in the. estimation j (livjmlals mcans. That knowl I ,the fabric of Hie British Empire, i in the love of home and all Ihe pleasing associations of home the season creates. Take iway the" ideals which go the homes of the British nation, and you take the ideals have made the nation it is. It is in its particular application to the home that the f'w jpint of Chrislmas becomes a cherished tradition which is ;worih preserving. Merry, merry, Chrislmas or Letter still happy, happy, Christ- mas; in the re-unions it brings abouf, there.is foreshadowed thai great re-tmiou lo -nhich all creeds look lo, but which has n special sanctity in Ihe .Chrislmas is regarded by a .Christian people. Merry, happy, Chrislmas, who is there so churlish as to be- the hard taskmaster, War. Christmas makes us intensely human, pnd'it.is a pity'thai the spirit wliich Christmas revives cannot be carried throughout life in nil and every season. Bui we get reminder as each Christmas pomes around, and this reminder is something at re should he jied (lie spinl that, is idcnli- "1 nc iorf goodwill, the spirit of youih and.hopc, when all of us for the become children again The joy of the jomigsjer on llic is infectious, and il is good for us to share this inno- cent joy. That is the keynote of Chrislrnastide. It is the spin lias been brcatliccl inlo Christmas by that immorta' [writer, Charles Dickens, to thankful, in the spirit of "Lesl we forget1' that something which we owe our fellow man. 11 is good for iis occasion- ally to be awakened oiil of our sordid regard for ourselves and lo realize thai we can bo ihe Instruments of bringing joy-into he >lives of; others. Wilhpiil these renliiiders we.shall be apt to lose.thatieiscnce of humanity which entilles us to he regarded as human beings. Happy, that have such notional festivals as Christ- mas. Happy the people yho enter into the spirit and the ob- ligations which Ihe season brings. The world will pre- serve some of iis sweelness without which life must be a barren wilderness. May Ihe spirit which is asspclaled with Cliristmas and which Christ- mas brings continue to survive. The torch of fellow-feeling, of and are not so effective as the cage. which the animal Is driven into and then loTrered into the mixture, and is sure of teing thoroughly wet, and scrubbed it necessary. In this latter tha animal is under the control ot the operator, and may he dropped In as as deenieii .dis- trict formed in 3Iacieod Is Townships 5 and 9 In Range 24. part of 6, '7 and 8 in 25. part of 6t-7i 8 and D In 26, and township s'in'27, all west ot 4th. The-folIOTririg- men were sel- ected for the aboTo districts and told the Doctor they Tvere-Ot the opinion that no difficulty would-be experienced in h2TJQg.all the stock properly clean-. sed by dipping; K. H. Mannsell, presi- dent, J. R. McLean, J. Mr Smith. Hugh Boll, Joseph Homer, T. Stapleton, A. H_ McFadden, J. Grler, T. Chester. P. Tolley. Dr. Ilussel. who Is Ihe chaplain service in the Creslon Valley in January or attention anil skilled pruning help kadly Major MaiKindnlne ar.'J associates have this week 'got thetr pnrLitilo saw in operation at a Mte on the slope of Ooat" Mqmyin and WHEN THE VVORLb THROUGH CHRISTMAS now the resident veterinary l be in a consulting capacity in this district. Hia address Is Macleod. "Mounfie" Baronef Was DnsciriaaBt of Lady; Godiva John Grenvilte a iriem- ber 6f tbo Royal Mount- fA Police, who died at Prince Albert, Sask., last week, and was buried that city, woa a descenflanv of famous Lady Oodiva. the JW.1 llt.1 t 1, Ti. i P i Mhoni we arc indebted fot joy around of-giving I of the abundance with which we ave been blessed, needs lo be cpl alight. The flame is made rigljler-.arm kepi from flickcr- iig.otit by tire spirit of Chrisl- :triie Christmas spiril. Lei us lake on thai spiril and our Chrislmas will gain thereby. LetrUS enter figuratively inlo ihat spirit which made Ihe dig- nifled Pickwick, at the memor- able. Christmas al Dingley Dell, in the dance tile middle and io tht very end of Ihe room and halfway up Ihe io the stamp on Hie for the nex .over once was such going. Let us take on th spirit which'WM rampant in th kitchen in lire farm house when all the family, with the sen an I the poor relations, the old time festivities, th misifetM strongly in evidence and chcerfulne's nil irormd, to welcome" the cbrri- l ing of ChrMlmai on the c-v-e be- through works] Eeveral Interesting tilings re- garding the family and past ot the baronet, who ?iad been missing for yeara, and whose name was iigsin brought 10 public attention- by his death In the northern city. The name of Sir Grenville Louis Temple was dropped from such refer- ence works as iftrke's'in '1311, as the result ol King Edward's royal war- rant, issued only a few weeks before the king's death. Tbe warrant direct- ed tual an official record of the order of baronets should be prepared and Kept at the home department, and that no person .whose name was not mentioned on the. roll shonld.be officially acknowledged or addressed as baronet. At the same time a com- mission appointed to.eiamins. all claims to. be 'included '-In the', roll. Several baronets wilh doubtful titles disappeared from the following tions of the reference The case attracted time, for while Sir been long described as 'missing. It discovered >that-he had joined Royal North" West Mounted sawing on a fc. P..H. contract. a starter they will manufacture 50.000 .of thera.- .Power is brine supplied .by Ihe .SUple-s Fordson (roctor. .The mill location lie and log haul being all don'ii crane.' It begins to look as tt a residant clergyman for Christ Church is out of tba question, tho canvass to secure ot least a guarantee., of S700. per annum having failed. Theichurch may (bly have to close as Rev. J. S. hood of Queen's nay, who has been giving an occasional finds the elsewhere too to In- clude Creslon longer in hi; -Itinerary. The first carload of outside hay to into Creslon thin tall loaded Saturday m'ornlngV sold almost as last is It ranie out'_pl the car. It was from am reiailed in -ton .lots, at. J45., ;The shap of ten .diiys aKff 'pnt jpcafJ.rajieU ers on short for 'Brain a dozen i cars having been man> -1 d'avs in transit.- The pouring of cement for the pil lara of the Goat P.Ivor high b.ridge b going along floe since tht cold weather'abated, and thla .work should he finished the first, week In (New York Outlook.) We ail remember Jimes Whitcom to Our Best Wishes for A Merry Christmas With music song and melody may life run on in one grand harmony. Mason Risch Limited CHRISTMAS GREETINGS We wish-you happiness at the Christmas and may your prosperity be such during 1920 that you wiH not' care to change shoes with anybody. Rller's pletttlte query as would aappM "wnro the world bus! arough." pbraso nay be sal 0 have an application not r the poet.'. Psychologists'tell us that we ar always on our primitive salve arid that the'effect of this icpressio 1 something like tbat of sttlins ch th afety-valve cf a occur. manr ot these psychologists forget to tell us is that most of us ilt ori other things besides our priml- Ive selves'. afraid to let oose the good as well bsd. We ire'all too rhtich inclined to follow the ejafnple of the, artist In the famll- iar -It is told of him tbat one day whlle'he was palnlfes portrait fl 'raaa the ridrn'.-. The ar- tist 'eyed the riian "Morning, artist. The artist ireot pti- palnliiig! without looltlng up from liis work. _0 v long man said, "Well, so !png, "Well, so long, sairr the ar- tist. Nelson Co. January. The work of hulldlug bridge itself, will' Immediately star and will be. done by day labor, nn'der the direct supervision ot provincial hrtdge superintendent Campbell ol Kainloops. H Is expected the bridge and approaches will complete long before the first of May, -Ths 'new structure will cut off three miles on tho round trip hetween'lhe soldier set- tlement at Lister and CresLon. notice at Ihe Grcnvilla had the fore. "Trundle, hty hoy, tip tiro r fire.1' "a d Chrismiils "Give three chfiers for ChriJlmas old, Tomorrow llic rays of joy vill .be spread within many a. louschold. There will also lie ad rCcpllections wilh Ihe hou.ghis th'b season cannot help ni'l bring.' Iheimeasure ihal we-haye lielped'la> diffuse glad- ness and io. bring sunshine is needed, we shall have Ihe sailsfactioh of making Christm'as to ourselves and to others something of Ihe realilj which the words "A Merry in the acctlstomct greeting, convey. AVarmlh ot hcarl, Die friend !v' clasp of Ihe Sarid, ,ihc chccri hcss which Ihe atmosphere o Christmas drc the of admin .nfc llic bit} rec wc.i'lecd. Ltf.tis figtir iiliyely carry otil the Chrislm; kp'iriHn llic action denoted Hie words "Trundle, my boy rake Up the 'iice.----Meanwhile a swindtnr had ssunwd his name and title, perne- ated several frauds and finally In- Jced an American woman to marry im. Sir Grenville bad. figured In the prior to as Ihe twelfth arohet of Slowc. The eighth baronet, was said, on the strength of whose ssumption of the title at tho end I the 18th century Sir drehvllle took he baronetcy wJs an. American. One f the reasons for the ;nam3 being ropped was said to havo been tfio losaihlllty of another descendant of his'man being rightful claimant to he title. Tbe Temple family Is an ancient one, being descended from !arl Leofrlc, and his countesa, 'amous Lady Oodlva. the A CHRISTMAS WISH Who rover you bide in tlic worli! tae wide, I wish you a nook oil (tic Sunny Sido, Wi muckta o' love and Mile o' ''tare, wee bit fmrsie _wi siller Jo spare, Your ain fireside wlicii Jay is spetit Jo o wei housie wi content. Author Unknown, 'hearts Lady Carbery Secures a Divorce in Dublin Court Cariicry lias. ..tined a illyorce from Jjord .Carbeiy ih the Dublin divorce 'court on the grounds of misconduct' and cruelty; Ail stM-.inK Mory 'of !h6 yo'u'ng Irish peer'rf treatment of hi? girl wife waa told In court toy Sergeant' Balllvan, who rei'i-cscnied the petitioner, He sai'l that after tho honeymoon After (he mnn bsd Iftft the room, the artist threw down his brushes and-exclaimed, "Good haavens, I was glad to thatfnan! He's mf broth- er, and. Men him for ten whole Christmas provides juat the kind o: safety-valve that vp lo get the good-will out'of mir.lystem. We fine It easy cheerfol and pleasant Christmas, because other people also' cheerful and pleasant. I jiloes not sot.us apart from our fellow 'men If.on Christinas Day we icknow Hedge the tact that there may bo isotile such itilng as lovp In the world I .there's your Cousin John. Foi j'sli months both of you hafo boiii Isecrelly hoping that the oilier poor ool would bc> generous dnoush lo for- a: sllfy grudge. Xelther, ot yon th> aenjfe nor the''conrcga take the first aiep. On-Christmas, owever, one ot you may find It asier lo man enou4.il, to send the ther a box tA clgarti with the cous- "I hope., they ,ut tio Ice will h'ave %cn broken nil you can resume a re- illoiiftlTtp''which should'never hare een your Aiinl MaiU. Vou linve naUr drifted from her elncc tfme'when you used to rob her ooky. Jar. -It that rtldn'l iaai (o iet her. -Von have 'grown uio iliu.katll of hot seeing her, and To Our Friends and A Merry Christmas and Prosperous New Year the season PELT you with Kapprntss HIDE all sorrow from you. CO. DBALBRS IN HIDES-PELTS-FURS the respondent took his wife to the jungle of Kasl Africa compelled her to ride horseback for long distances, r.nd tho ordeal caus- ed her such pain thai she to herself to the ground writli tig In Rgony. Siie was unattendct >y any person ot her own eox, the only attendants being Wack boys In 1915 Carhisry again took her to Africa, where he bad a largo farm but no ai.d conipclied her t( with him like K.sayago in '4 leaky hut, She contracts malaria, which her hear Ing. In nit, Ihey again visllec AfrJta and lived In a house, whle meantfrne had been built on th farm' On onfl occhHioti the fcpoiidonl lost his and liea hlo wifo violently wilh a whip. K defence vas offered to the suit. O. A. Little, former alSerfdln.sn city Ktrett nuperinlcndent of Otlawd he things you hare left -lAilone have nade rlt Increasingly hard lo do the hlBgi you wpnld. Hut rcfl can elide Info her good and your self-roapcct on the easy track of Christmas flowers. It will be hard- or next time to dodge the payment ot (hat ttgard which you really went show her. There's your small nephew Oeorge. YOU remember the unkind remarks thai you maile his tiolsr drum, on Ms birthday, lint fill; tho time yon' had' a wrrnt reeling Ihal drums were made for boys, and were made for noise, and that In showing (ttipleatnre yon that you dHftot further than you thought frord the spirit which keeps nil of us voting, So you to cut and bur little Ueorgi t drum twlcs the site cf Ibal vhlcli you Mkfel father to Christmas Is a eafctr-valre, day "let tilt world- jtust tircush." THE PACIFIC COAST VANCOUVER, VICTORIA CAHAplAN CALirORHlA TttLfmn HKM ;