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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE 'DKCEMBKR 26, veekkr. ky mail, iy mall, per to P3..H-H Ut KltOWN oi4 neirepiper ol ;sre- retaUa aa caw the SocUl- a> the detenee ot the nobU- a that tt aot Ha aiara fat war. (tMble ot maJdw an UM matter, and hli tlad- kr BrtUah SKlal- let ike ekM aromoters at tke aetortow Leedi Coaieatioa for the oteattoa ot ud vorken' eeuacba to Brtttam. U aatraeted te a William Oallaeaiar, nkoaa for tfce peatUoa are tkat he hat term deportatioa as a daarer to the that he is to BolaaerUt wwntmiags. He a ShettleM a few weeks no Uat, tke British had aWklat for such at and the of RaaaU had let "a tkoouad UBUM more keeeflU." H he .who airocaled the t ta. at a labor fa ly. The ttH of b Max made in a n-orkiac clias oonetltaeacy aad -Maclean-a oppoaeat Ii a labor man ol record, Gee. N. The etieatth ot tke aaarchii- tie moTameal will he erUeat waea'tka ii recorded. Aw 1C tae total Iecoad ward meetlsc home for Loelle who killed. U ictkw ia October, tomertere In Fnate. The decoraUau aad loril trlbatei chew In a rery maall Banner the fellowihlp and of friend! aad towntptofrle for deeeaeed. The ant and sec Old ward eftolrt each care spnys. Mr. Stevenun Kid- loaf been a member ot two orf inlU' Uau. The Second Ward Relief Soc lety which the mother 'of the deceased IB a member jare Mveril bouQuetc, aid a Urge heart from the family. The coa- ilsted of the of the Alllu .lad red, whlto aid bluVbun'tlne aVtlitlcal- ly put In position by Mr. H. A; Jonei of Mercaitile. Tl t paid high tribute 1> the Et: nhood of u4 bis a! otien- in t JICKED UP IN lASSlNG FOK TIE BUSY MAN a. keep him wefl ckyiiied and well fed r toll ifordoing a restricted _ J J _ _ to oae liar kaa died. Takinj into mta soniber of paeri wko moat age, I thUk it will readllT tkat the 'Hayed the The.toat Tamt terred or tn leTTtBc intli ajTaiaJeetyi Bomber, M4, Of Si my creditable Total. H3 hare UUad ia attwa, 1W fctm IIIIJ 14 an aad eight dM. Ont of sons ot fcetni to the tWe, ui (MM were kfflrt ud On radkate Btwi itopatch to till we cut tell efts from the oejd storage' brand. We atTen't tried TearY heaers- U Canada are the etiaiert. le seems to hire bad an attack of ccmumaM la tke thli TO oo i THE KAWEH CkfcafO Hwmld mad frtu of for ro- taMf inoU km moat liked. Tie TotBBte Star cartoonist Vleti tke Baa laajfial of fry- m mttJtaita into the Ore ot he haa io oae to Sit UanelL. V Tie Calfary Aliertam TMT rntt tkat HoaaMy did not have' a ot henaawat on haad ef tie CkrMxu Day We imam !a the the'president of .tae mlMlon, Mr.' Monson, under whom the de'ceated wat laboring when he wit'drafted. The closed by Mlw Nalder sing- kig a soto supported'by ttethoir un- der the leadership of C. B. Strong with Bishop Allred. oferlnc the bene- diction. The many friends of Hubert Strong Medicine Hit. will be glad to learn that he ia convalstcrag after baring been operat- ed aa for appendicitis, m theihotplttl at High RlTer, ilthough ht didn't let hl> pareata know anything about It. Hon. Archie McLean was to town lait In the .foe, new nioo.1 of igrtculttfre tojhia here. Dr. Greetway reports "a revlT'al" ot tae epidemic.-' Some cites in town now are rery terloui Pret. Allea i received, a: telegram from UK president -of the church, Heher J. Grant, for alj the warts in this stake to'let Sahday, .December Itnd apart as a special day. prayer ta behalf of 'fla patleals. Mr. Reno Vance just return W- from Toronto, where he hat been training m the R. The Board of .Friday night, transacting some_Tery Import-1 ant hutiness that win.be reported at-. ter detelopmnlE. Alto appointing a committee to work with: the bome- iteeders from the leeie'ciuntry to petition, the Departmeit -Ol iPubllc to pat a brlifeX aerots ,-Milk Hirer between Ranges: Nhie'teen and W.: B. Blick, for fire years princi- pal of public schools, has moved to Calgary. _ is the same breakfast cereal you haw i- and Nosugar te required. John J. MaraiBg, aged town reamrer and collector of costomt of died tiddenly. An attempt made to re- call Aid. Marshall, recently elected In Smith, a member of the R. N. W. M. P. In the eirly died at Medicine Hat He had been Uring Urin I it the organ since her recent illness. War and influenza have taken their [oil and trust next year will he brighter. There's a minor in the" Carol, And a shadow In the llgbt, And spray of cypress cypress 't'n-inlng With the holly wreath tonight." m. i jtami at ateaHat a yleee of nuat. It fumy I nwtre a ot aa taaa thu nan, Bb. U Wa vm ont- the Kalier yat.to 1 1 twenty a KJiara 'akoiU W dealt wtth as a. aL am ira TO 1 SPlH tlweiT or a me a HMT he would hare to die a mfi- then, tldVt hare to iell -wltt, ohMTre.; KavltDmBTy. Alabami, AdTerUaar.-- .Twenty. This would aaoften thelrirete froai Hacte to tethbriiie froii to thirty There la a road froai Ray- mond to the Klrkaldy Raach, "thcace tovth and oaa la the hrldse, then on rtraixit south to Hacke. Thli WdjewoUd help settle tie south country aad (ire the homeiteaden n direct route to Letkbrldie Inatead biTtnf to go to Del BoaiU twelTS west or lo Milk Hirer much farther Meaan.-Derar aad. Pack motored hi town will apend the rest hen. Judge Duncan B. .MoTavish. senior judge of the county ot Cartel on, died at Ottawa after -a hrlef Illness. He is 68 years'Old. Her. J: W. Roblntwi, a superannuate ed Methodist minister, formerly tha Guelph and coaftreKee, liled tied 71 years! Jimes Noble Peg'et, prominent dairyman of Western Ontario, for 3Cr years manager of the Canboro Gutter and cheese .factory. Is dead. IVher Dogas, O.M.I., prtneipiil of the Lebret Indian Indiutrlal school, died following an attack, of in.- flwnta which eeTe4oped Into, paeu- moult. The deilli occurred rery suddenly in Medfcme Alts., of Fowler El- ton, a welMotewnirettdeat ot -To- ronto. Mr. IStoa-cejae Irpai toire, owr Jo years 01STEFOUR NEWS' (iVoril Our Own Correspondent) ONBFOUK, Dec. P. Chlsholm is recoTcring from an tack of tha 'flu. S. P. Finley and Gas Flora hare been hauling their winter's hay from Sago Creek. William Hunter lias given-up Ilia barn at, .Manyborries and is back on the favm again. The school board .inet Thursday and fixed January 10 as the date for the annual meeting of the district. O. p, Greene cause down from Fort Saskatchewan-recently lo close up a deal for the sale ot his homestead here, but is now laid up at Many berries witlr'die'. Intluenu.... M. C. Duncan, Tvho has been .work Ing for. J. H. tor eome nkralbs, Is at home, acd was given a suipfise parly by tla friends Saturday. .Cards on D. N.' Curreht-and Clarencerdrove a crd of catlle to Minyberrlei and dis- posed of them, but had to bring home tiart of a 'load ot dressed -Meat they bad taken along as the market was congested. T b Duucan look a load ofvflax to found dp over that burg conslde'rafij the fufchitg of the- new arlerian basin and goa field on the'easf of fake Pafcowlif. l a [strong gas pressure- 4ere little- over 600 feet In tifie. 'deferent welU nnd l.lrtlier are from iBOll. Domination day tor tka noaat teati in Alfcern! and CowiohaB, Ii ft- fieially let for JanaaiT 41, Me win take January Tha ieaateo of tae B. a leclalalore.wfil celled for Jiaaary Jl. the total aalery Hits ot ecfeorfs by' the eary school Mard aa ot'at leaet' to .taaelver, ef- fectlra Alt year. taaoh- en-irfll ktgh M daring the year, ftot- theee will he the higher -paid teachers, as in- to Jrawwig tfce lower salaries Vere made last year. matt tati that t aaaa Vm erer agalrn aet himtetf np aitmU mitini 1 tana ttadied otmtaaii aa kaa ao etker ta the their coafidaat tar a. tmtt. Aad I kaow tkat thej-werdt, itaat hare karaed ky real- tawittej a auoi't Waia, tumstlluln vent paaiaanteat aay crtmtaal lornt ta send the weathef- aua a .aildng for Christmu weather for otaal Southern Alberta' Bread. H wit fine, hut it wonkt hare ]mt about K -well tor foarti of Jnly. Ai tke are dimlged we an gaiaaag aoaae idea of tke ter- rthte toU ot ftaai iaBoeaia. la ladhi it It aetlmated the readi- ed three mtffieat.' Is Bombay city MILK RIVER (From X5ur Own MILK Dec. Xmas aerricw are bells held to the Catholic church on Xmas day hy Rer. Father Cozenat, the tint senrlen held for tereril weekt. 1 Mr. Mantle Ii progrening ftTorahly after his attack of influenza: Mrs. Geo. Stewart -Bad little tort, Delbnrt, ot Calgary, is Tlaltlx her Mr. and Mn, Hunt oier tie Tnietide. Mr. (iray, MaaMy-Harrli Kaiter alrre. him ,._ i aatry fcy the hatioe aad deee- kaa wroasaL Let Urn tee Ike ot tke homes Ike. f If Aft Aad be win feet la lilt f tortare M maa. CM rn- James G lagoietky. Cook Comity Jan. TMt 'k BrUak cotaUtaeacy at aay BetttMrftl camU- whea retail MfjJBM ffj; a kaaw kit fate.. Jekm Xae- IfW MX, etOkumnr, -ret a eta) pattter e( Socialist preaeuftiec ,wkea ajy ja {or'.aadltiea." Ia aarms, a raawH acarrUaa la taaMat aamal aarrtMe Ia Jmry, ItiJ, tehmeed i Vfftaet Uruelf to DC BoeahWtrt Ooa la ttaacaerv He 'Mama) Karl Uekkaeeai, fiera were deatka, aad la Delhi dry, on. a of the at one time reached SOO eatly. War hi terrible acomfe and made at tke peace coa te ant ta end it More al- ia' tttaiaM atta ke irfwa to mat- ten of health. Pi apt i can, Verier ataltary etmdiUou, aad other prerea- Jre mieaaiee, woofd omykly brmg the eeatm ta largely wkere igMraaoi exltti tkat tke ajiia.il la MmcttaB at, a flee neeMeacy at .th firtafCaaiiMet. A few moatks afala arreated aad ml to_aea- ,m) ler toatmg tke werkart 'la aakm tke peltce tUtioas, cl Wipitafa, aart (Kin peMc kulMmi .pi tamahtatiUT, U ie tald, wts f wit a B'liainess rlsltor orer'the W4ek end from Lelhbridfe. The farmers are >my ktullni hay, taklaf adrantafe of the ireatker. Mr. It after his recent atUck of" 'fli. Mr. Oto. Wat ion, of was a welcome Tliitor to 'towa tk.e be- ginnlag ot the week, tit rtturu from his ariatlon urarse-at Toroate. Mr. Watson wat oae OOF school teachers before his enlistment. V Mr. Walter Smith H aU home on leare from camp Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Griffiths, Leth- hrMce, are riilting Mr. aad Mn Chat. orer A petltioD hat Veen "patted around among the business net of tke tewn laiiiarlil War Cammlitlnn to aa Imxrtathm he etaced oa tka treat war to ta erected at caatnl miatmiat in eadi of'the war uiaitlirlii akroad. hat aanerted the werH, "Their name mth for and the Coamrla- hat imjiii'n'irt hit reunnnegda- ttn. wttn mbmittlag bit proaaoal It aecettary to find words of eratae anonld wth tlmple aad watl compre- henslVrt, of the tame nine in all aad ataadhai, tt far at might for ta A.P.P. to be-statloMd at Mrlk A new butcher thop Ii befag opeaed up TrlC AFTCR-MATH OF WAR The after-math of a great war Is hardly less eipenslire thaa the war. he, outaiee o: the flu of men and thiagt. After search ami .eewtnltation with all raaks aad in our trmles tad natfes, it well ss -with tioae who had gfren their sons, it tttmti ta me that BO single phrase cloees the tri to "Itmeec mee." hi Bccletiastl ilteth for erer mere." itself. Canada and the other that participated ID the lot concluded art' ilndrag lib out. Save! Save! Savtl ia Uie if men charged with the admlnlstra- Ion of the country's affairs. They Wow t U the way by whiek any other natloc, can emerge tafely from Us tryiat conditloss ta which tt laas itself. -.Xatlonal War Siringi plans ate be- coming gener.il aaong the the Dominion Ooyernment Usncheti Me that.haa maay ahntctire tares. By bnylnc 8 War Stamp BOW and thus leading the OoTerameat the sn.-chaser will reeeire for the same ta January M4. A ll.ttle orer 4 1-2 per cent, coappeaded yearly is good rnterest on sptm- eld tecurlty.. I'. SevlaT Ore i'Jre way tin- aitctel rndepeiBleiicc. by ttie easy Gorernrnflnt War SartOfs Plan. Ojir Own CaiifsaojenO Spring Coulee, Dee.iU.-Mrt. C. C. Thotnpton left Saturday for Spo- kane, iWhere she expects: to remxla a few-days before leaTiag.for PaMdlna, California for the winter.-Mr. Ralph Thompson .left: for Spokane a days previous to his mother and It it rumored he will shortly become benedict U Is with the greatest possible re- gret, that we chronicle another deatk from Intlier.ia, that of Mr. C. B. Dns- tin. Ke had gone orer to nurse the Aikeberg firally, where he wat taken 111. After Mr. demise, Mr. Dnttln'lost heart aad rapidly worn and was taken to the hotpital, where he passed away Satorday S o'clock. He leares a sorrowog wife aad three dear little sons, to moan kit .untimely taking Mr. Dw Un-irai a good neighbor and mused by a laree clrcle.'of friends. He wtf :horn-in' Wyoming aad was, typical western caftte Interment m TuesAy, 'Dec. J4th. Mrs. Dutin has much sympathy frees aU hi tiKie'days of trial. Sehool closes Mitt Sang who had ably .filled at teacher, retoms io Uttwkrtage, where btr parents reside amt-wfll accept a position there. We wieVMfos Sang tbe'eame of Ker new Mttt Locilie ot teihbrHge lakes this In Jan nary. Mrs. George Cobatar i J nltelll with tonsllitla. Mr, Frank Brown and (iwiliy are ill with the 'flu. MUs McCarthy of Calgary 1 spending Hie Chrletius wit! her cousins, Mr. aad Mrs. and Incidentally H. H teelB other friends. We will be'gltd te see fiailly; jhaie mueh'mlsEed slncft leaving here. The church were held again iMt Saodty tt 430. partook of I CTrrMraMS-natare. Mr. Math- _ plewteil thlC (he regtiUr organist, Mrs. Her- bert E. Kelicy wis able to be rat and acxxJ friend: Six reasons nerves 2-Allays ttiirst appetite digestion teeth dean economical Chew it after every meal The Flavour Lasts'. ;