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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald'. Page of Live Local News I Derate All The Local New. Where You Expect It WEDNESDAY, DECKMBEU 21, 1919 LETHUUIDGE. AiJJEWTA. PAGE NINE Santa Claus Appears, Hearts of Children of Lethbridge's Hero Dead Are Made Glad for Xmas -Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I. 0. so remembered them D, E. .and Rotariaiu Si prUe aid Entertain The If ihere is iny in bring- ing Joy to some icore more jSungsters, with the reminder lo young livM that Santl Claut waa Ellll much aiire, II ru glTen In abundance, wilh (oil lueaBure and BANK CLEARINGS Bank for the week ending to'Jay were as f-galnst tor ttw cor- rospon'JinK week a year ago. 0 overflow! at to the of the Sir Alexander Gall Chapter of tha 1. 0. and the men of the Rotary Club iu ,lhV Christmas treat BITCH the or- phans of thoas wlio bad fallen in the 'war. ut Knoi church, on Tuesday sight-" The smiles that wreathed tiie youthful facei, the happy surprise 'that greeted tho blj ClmstmflB tree suddenly launched to their view wlwn thtiy leaat expected it, were compen- sation enough, if any were needed, for the kindly spirit tLot prompted the of the entertainment Forty odd merry souls, from the little tot of five years up, had their Christmas dreams realized when, Just as (he eupper at which they set was nearly over, their little ears pricked up at the sound ot "Hark! tho Herald "Angels wondering where sound came from. Wonderment Vay lo surprise, so compelling that the merry prattle that had been go- ing on ceased all of-a mlnuln, when the doora tiiat hid them disclosed a gignnllc Christmas tree, wilt Santn Claus. as he was familiarly depicted in the picture books, in the forefront, The little'lots simply stared. There "was a kind of bewilderment, mingled iviih something like awe, at what camo into their vis Ion. It was so metis inff winch taofc them a minute or two to realize, .until pent gave way to a hurst of clapping front all sides with the wordi 'Tine, fino" ail round, followed, by hearty peals of laughter that around the hall. of a there appeared a feeling of consciousness that they must have been very good little chil; dren indeed for Sania Ciaus to have (hat .hey meant live up to Iho belief, much so that not a youngster ___DC them felt that he or she would be guilty of any such thing as telling untruth. For wheu Santa CSaus put the queellon, "Have you all been gooil VKB not a mite who attempted to fay "Yes." They feH that knew all about them and I they were not anzfous lo Into uls Action In regard to the repeal of bad hooka by volunteering a "Yes." It certain orders-In-council will be taken was only after Santa Claus had as- immediately In reference to olfencsa sured them that he presents for ed them tnat ne nno the Military Serrlce Act. id children and that t-e expected Mr. George Anderson, consulting engineer engaged by tho Alberta Gov- ernment, accompanied by the trustees or the Ixjthbridge Northern Irriga- tion project. Messrs. Crofts, ('hew and Lever, together with Mr. Shepherd, solicitor for the aseixrlation, went over part of the territory which the scheme will cover on Tuesday. They particularly vlslteil the sita on which One by one. as their names wore'.SOlnB Imprisonment, or u Js that the hcadgates of J ed UD to charges or prosecutions pend- lrrigation pruject will be locateU. .__ ._ .......u u, r.. mllcs wosl Ql Maclg03_ to ,Wcll they returned In the evening. Mr. Anderson IE remaining at Mac- Jcod for the present, and will go tvcr district. Went Over Tart of Irrigation Scheme Tuesday Wilh Trustees ailed, the youngsters, tripped elusive, ot the Military Service Act. Some treasured them to be opened awl A copy of the proclamation is being privacy when they ma.'led to the aulhoriUes. others Allowed I hell curiosity to'eet the better of them with much rustling 01 paper, gave NO CHANGES IN QUEBEC way to their desire LIQUOR LEGISLATION [ng their neighbors what Santa Claus I.O.D.C. REMEMBERS THE GRAVE DEAD With a thought fulness in keeping with the unler, the Sir Alexander Call Chapter, T. O. D. 1-J., have placed a Christmas remembrance on the graves ot the veterans lying in the sold- iers' plot Iti ihp cemetery. This took Ihe form of wooden cross- es on which plawd holly wreaths. At the head ot the 1 Union Jack design, on the ground by the flagpole a large whSto cross entwined wilii holly was placed ia memory of the boys who lie in Northern France and Flanders. Tho chapter lias taken in trust the preserving sncl the heautifylns of the soldiers' plot In the cem- etery. A CITY SURVEY By (he Huiarltns and Churches cl the City. (Her B 3 Hofeloi) ot our land are its greatest asset can- ClM-gymm o! the oily have, within ot l.e too much urged upon ttae wtole :he pasi week, written articles BATTERSEA EXAMINATION RESULTS lad brought them. Others, again, just lore an of the paper, just to get a peep at what Jt contained, and with Jiis peep .they satisfied lor the lime belny. The adults present fully realized that "crand and glorious reeling1 to In his familiar car toons fn seeing It visible in the young faces as they treasured th gifts Santa Claus had them and there wera no happier young aouli than the forty odd ot the Lclhbrldgo young population who left the hall brimming with happiness at this their introduction to "dear old Santa Claua." MONTREAL, Dec. ponnec- tion with the parlous s-lorlea as t6 changes in iho liquor In the province ol Quebec, following Ihe re- inot-al of the war time restrictions liy the federal government Hon. Waller Mitchell, provincial treasurer, said yesterday, "So far as I am aware, no represen- tations have been made regarding any of the' suggested modifications, nor have they been discussed. n- CHRISTMAS GIFT OF PEACHES FOR BLIND SOLDIERS AT ST. DUNSTAN'S LONDON, Dec. As- sociated Mauley has sent pounds of tinned peaches as Ontario's Christmas gift to the SI. Dunstan's home for lha blind soMiers. PICTURE BUTTE, Dee. lowing are the results of Christmas 1 examinations of Hattersea school No. Grade Pearson. per cent; Margaret Landry, 73 per cent; Grace Housenga, per cent; Alice Jones, 55 per cent; Willie Nolan, 4L per cent, Grade Houscnga, per cent; Lucy Housenga, 57 per cent. .ivc to a survey of the i-iiy conduct- ed by the Hoiary Club, KriJuy, I'M1. 26ih, and in cooperation with ihe churches. Tho salient features of tbis effort iiavo beea set before ihc people of Lethbridge, but it has been suggest- ed that, OQ this, the'last day in wh'th the Herald will come to Us readers, before making the survey, some ot iheso features bo re-emphasized, Let us just here congraiulato the notary Club for the very laudable ef- fort they are making toward ascer- taining the names and addresses ol the boys and plrls In the city from the age ot S to 14, to the end that .hey may carry out certain construc- tive worV. H Js very fitting that the Churches and tho Itotary Club should work together In survey, the former seeking to the church affiliation of {.he adults. Let the point be stressed that this survey is an honest and serious effort to take stock (as it Tvere) ol the hu- man of [lie clty- As> has been IE not inquisi- torial. The canvassers going aliout do not wish to take an X-ray of Oie home. The aim is to get a fe.iv facts that will make community service more ef- fective and put the various churches ommunlty. A terrific wastage man life has teen going on In ont. ray and another. The world is be omiug more wide-awake to the fact, ami Is seeking a better state ol at fairs. Tho effort of Friday- 26th, alms for one thing, at setting hold of tho man while he is a hoy, and thus raise the lereJ of society. Tho Ic-adcrs In this movement he sjeak, in behalf of those who hav cheerfully- volunteered, for "the work on Friday, a hearty response from all the people. RAYMOND U. F. NEW OFFICERS At a meeting held at Raymond, cm Tuesday, the following; new officers were elwted for the district U.V.A. President, Myron Hoiniea; dent, Walter Zoebel; D. Woolley. Directors: Arthnr T. 0. King, James Walker, Anderson, and John Powelson. The new president .IB R son of Henry Holmes who took the charaplon- ship cup for -wheat at the Dry Fanii- ing Congress held In Lrtthbrldge, He Grade Jones, 72 cent; Ernest Landry, 63 per cent; Florence Nolan, 50 per cent. Grade Landry, 77 per cent; Ralph Horwood, G2 per cent.; more closely in touch with their re- spective constituencies. The approach to tho homes of the'people is alto- gether friendly and helpful. The thought the boys and girls Is a graduate oC the A-sricultural Col- lege, Gueliib, Out. The meeting w largely attended. Fewsler, "who conducted a eral store at Corinth for a number of years, died at his home in Dere-- ham. Kenneth Laner, 35 per cent; Tousenga, 31 per cent. Harry Hi era. There IE not much relief-in .he way of veterans needing employ- nent in the city, hut the case'of 'Soldier on the. farm .Is one whicb presses for consideration pres- ent timfc. The Patriotic Fund-la do it can la relieving emergency cashes. WILL BE SIN Be Orahied'bn Investigation By Officials While it is umlorstood Uial -Jelail- instructions being forwarded from Ottawa, acUou iu resect to tho ilislrSbutlou of the appro- priated by Ihc Federal Government for" '.lie granting of Immediate relief to Veterans Jn of the samo is be- ing taken in the mcanltma. For Ciri yurppsc each district rep rescntn live. ujipoinLcdf will be held responsible in signing the necessary ftortif Scales. CLrtllicatCB may issuod lo all men who enlisted for service in any capac- ity 01- 'ftnywhero in His Majesty's fc-rces or in tho forces'of Uic Alilos The assistance -'.vhich HID relief is ii tended to remler is for cx-memhers You Need Not Tolerate the inconvenience of a cough, when a few doses of NADJfUCO vTfh. poJ L Oil Compound of the. force nro in need during the "winter whirl, compriees the mon-lliB of January, February, iMarch and the latter part of T relief ba administered by the Canadian Patritrilc Fund, bul before any payment can bs made Sn any case it must receive from a rtuly aulhorU tx! 'representative of tbo I. and 3 D.S.C.K., n certificate en ouIQ Is olng doe? not grlne. fcfm a suffldont or that lie .fished (ranBportation o'aomc point There work is wnltlne ilm. will not be issues! be- oro 9 a.m. or after 4 pja-j or after on Saturday. Man on the Farm In the arrangement for relief there is at present nothing definitely siEni- 'led as -to tta relief of ex-soldiers on tho farm. Instructions have not yet come from Ottawa but aro expected dally as the master has been referred M ARLOW'S EAT ARKET Free Delivery 11106th Avenue Sculh Phone 796 SOUND HEALTH to many thousands faipracft- cally a matter of the right oec of reliable ataat ot maky taining Titality. SCOTTS EMULSION time-hofored end reliable, inherent Tirtoet and efficacy. At tbe tint (iffn of nokoeM r fmrtam A. It U knowm WHOOPING COUGH _ A tfmpif, trMhMftt Whoopin MAY 1920 ENSURE FOR YOU ITS BEST GIFTS THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Ba [moral Block, Lethbrldgi PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND LOANS will give you almost instant relief. It heals the rawness o! the bronchial tubes; stops the annoying tickling that leads to spasms of coughing: and soon restores the throat to its normal condition. On account of its pleasant taste, children take it readily. Keep a bottle always in the house. Nale-rTht pncluge it Red uut bxn Ae "Na-OntCo trtdemuk. j National Drug anj Ctwiucal Company Caudt, E, A. EWERT JEWELER and OPTICIAN HOVID TO WHITNEY BLOCK, 413 THIRD AVENUE Rear of Union Bank GREETINGS TO OUa FRIENDS AND A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR WITH PERSONAL HAPPINESS, SUCCESS AiND PROSPERITY'. Geo. Kerr Co. FAMILY GROCERS LHTHBRIDGE, AMBRTA j L May You Have a Happy Christmas, and May Health and Fortune Meet and Follow You Throughout the Year. R. COULTRY Fine Chocolates and Xmas are showing Uieso two" lines in every design produced by (he makers, Chocolates, 50c to Papetrics, 40c to -----THE----- Frank Medley Drug Co, 'MAY'CHRISTMAS JOYS COME TO YOU IN LARGE PORTIONS CAKED WITH HAPPINESS. KIRKBY'S 1-iOR DRY IH IREWOOD M. ONE 516 P. Lund Son Lumber and Builders' Supplies Seasons Greetings May you have a Happy Christmas and May 1 920 Serve You With the Cream of its Good Things. Chief Mountain Creamery Co. Ltd. JUST UNPACKED LATE ARRIVALS KINDERGARTEN SETS SMOKING SETS ..BABY BASKETS CHARACTER AND KID BODIED DOLLS In a grand variety. Just what you have tieen waiting tar, The Twentieth Century Book Store Phone 613 514Fourth.Aveiiiie KINDLY HAVE YOUR BOTTLES and tickets ready early in the morning, as our driver wiH call earlier than usual. Wishing you all a very Merry Xrnas Crystal Dairy Limited ;