Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1918_ I (led Uecr, tlin area to bo controlled 1 trom I.elhbrldse will extend from Sas kuli-hewaii to: Orlllsl) Columbia urn, from Iho bouudarj- lo Red Deer, anil '.will Include Iho elites ot Medicine Hat and Calgary, at which points it Is i likely that inspectors will bo sta- tioned. Old-timers In tho city remember when LothS rldeo had a torec ot 75 numlier, but it would mil loit Ihelr llyei 27 jured, 10 ot them when a St, >nd San Francltco frtltht crashed iuto poMWier train al Oila., six miles SBtitli ot Chic' kasha. tOBION CFYom Our Own ORION, Deo. schools after elnr reopened for examination of the- fiplls are closed for Christmas. It rather unfortunate for teachers lid scholars that tho 'fhi delayed tho vork prior to tho exams. hope 11 tho scholars received high marks. Laal Sunday Mr. D. F. U. Robert- on preached his farewell sermon at Qrlort Union church. Considering Jhe ;uort notice glvon there was a fair' .longregatlon. His of labor s In tho north country on tho G. T. ine. Hey. H. C. Woods has taken up his Orion and will reside in lie house built Jas. Kvcason. Mr. Woods will taio the place ol Jlr. Robertson, hut will reside at Orion :niteid ot Manyberrles. Alt Darby, son of'Mr. and Mrs. Carl BLUE RIBBON Most grocers sell SLUE RIBBON TEA and most people drink ifc Do you nave it in THE GREATEST RESORT IN TKi WORLD lost days this te'rm.'and School BChools lu uc 200 days each local and cake, and a brick 01 ice cream aathortlic3 are at a loss to know how from Ihe Crystal Dairy and a loaf [o up lhe "wllhout ot bread from Gilmoro's in-each. Ter- curtamnK the summer holidays, rill's Floral sent a sprig ol holly for each hamper, too. For the old men without families cooked food ready to eat was.prepared by Miss Tilley and her assistants, and nolody was'over- looked. The results ot -the fund have been particularly gratifying this year. With I nearly to hand, the Nursing Mission have been able not only send hampers to every needy family, but to lay aside at ,'lenst 'half amount raised for the sending oi comforts to these families throughout the winter. This will be a welcome g0-me months ago it was at Uellt a Hutchison, who went the 13th 6. 51. R., ioin- at creek, KaJ'been kilted provided .by the city, and every cent In lowever; has proven of it can be well spent. in providing to a .v. E. Quayle, of the necessaries for these families. addition to the regular relief fund At Children's SteKer ,A real, jolly, old-time-Christmas was Cannangay Sun, who is in the'l city today, states that he received a field postcard from. "Hutch" the other day SUDDEWlOF- BEFORE tke wiry bond'buyers "marked men." In -they March, is shown by the 'nuinber of purchasers of the'Government War Loan of that date. Bui in the autumn of the same year, -their number increased twenty Floating Ivory 'Ivory Soap floats. In the tub, you don't have to grope for it; it is always within reach. and laundry use you are reminded to remove the cake from the water. v-You do not 1st it sink out of sight to dissotrc. The floating Ivory cake also insures against possible injury. You cannot slip on it in getting out of the tub. IVORY SOAP PURE spent at the children's Shelter yester- 3iaUng that he aliVe and well day. In the morning at 7 o'clock, ten and ias advanced to -the. rank little inmates woke up to investigate major. llajor Hutchison was former the contents of their stockings." A iy Wuh the I. H. C. and was wel which turkey and ice cream known throughout southern-Alberta were the principal items, was very At one time he was prominent much enjoyed, and was followed by sport circles In Lelnbridge, being-on the Christmas tree in.the afternoon. Ot the mainstays of the t. H. C. bal The tree and all Its splendid decora-; iu the city league, tions and presents, was provided by the Rotary club, and maile a very happy afternoon ior- the little people, who, needless to sa'y, were overjoyed with the gifts. Later, the older chil- dren went to-a moving picture show. Supper was followed by games of all sorts, and at ID o'clock a tirfcd but iappy crowd turned into bed. At the Hospital On account ot the number sick- patients in the Gait hospital, Christ-1 nas passed very quietly, at that place. A special Christmas dinner was serv-' hospital on Christrnaa morning when ed- however, and the wards were Mrs. Thomas F. Smith, aged 32, .Kite brightened.with 'dscorations ot flow- of.the tarn I plication's. She enteredI tho hosplUl Two hundred children of soldiers I on Monday and oh Tuesday gave birth rival by a telegram, peared on the scene. "Loan, Last per- sons purchased the Victory t These wonderfuh results were; accornplished by Press Advertising. Beforexthe war one-half of ojie per cent, of our .people bougHf bonds. Now quite twelve arid jbne'-half per cent, of our people are' bondbuyeri! tn Procter Gtnbtt faerie i ti Hamilton, Csr.a A death occurred at Gait o'clock Santa Claus announced his ar- ceased came to LethbrfcUe from Lon- Belore the stupendous amount ol be sold to our Canadian peoplo In 3 a most thorough and exhaustive campaign -loE education was and this cam- paign was carried through by advertising In the public press. Tho power of the printed word never had a more convinc- ing il em onst ration. By means of lhe through the medium of 'advertisements la the press of our country, the Canadian made to what bonds are, the nature o( their security, their s attractiveness as an Investment, and irhy the Government had to nell honds. Every point and feature of Victory Bondia was illustrated and described before' during tho advertisements. Xc argument uvarloolcqa. No .point was neglected. f The raiult is tliat Canadians today "a of bondhohlers. They know what a convenient, safa Jind profitable form inveatment bonds are. Instead ot one man In two hundred own- ins hoiide, now one Canadian In men, women and a'GGT- ernment Security. Thid complete transformation In Iho na- tional mind and habits was brought about by adrertlxlng in tie press ot tho' na- tion. Press advertising Justified H- ae the surest and speedlwt method hy which a man's reason can bo influenc- ed and directed, The 5tintstftrN of Finance acknowledgeV- thl3. Ills own words are; Secretary Maddlson, he was busy for more than an hour handing out gifts. Good-gifts were given to every child, all the boys and girls over'11 receiving books. The mothers and the children all then sat down to aupper. The whole program was very pleasing and the Veterans who helped had as 'much fun S3 tho rhiWren. Later the Xcxt-of-KIn publish a letter thanking all who aided with donations, but at present both the president and the secretary are ill and cannoi attend to this daty. NOTED HOCK6Y1ST DEAD ST. CATHARINES, Onl, Dec. 20. Rev. Wilfrid C. Manli, formerly ol Lelhbrldge, Noblcford and Coalhurst. been ordained Into the Anglican church 33 deacon .of All Saints' church nt Cochrane. The ceremony took place at the pro-cathedral. Cal- gary, Rev. Canon Hayes introducing Mr. Marsh, and the Bishop of Calgary conducted a grocery e-labllEhmcnl at Niagara Falls, was hurled here yes- tcnlay on ine 12th anniversary ot his wedding. Lethbridge. BACK TO ROUTES 'OTTAWA. Dec. two C- P. R. liners, Einpreu Asia and Em- The F.dnionton city council wlllop- press of rinss'Ia, wtU. It Is eipecUsd pose a petition of the gas company return shortly to their lie tor an incrt-ase in the price of gas. Pacitic coast to Asiatic ports. "The wonderful success of the Loan due 'HI large measure to their (the press of Canada) splendid and un- tiring efforts during the whole campaign." Mr. E. R. Wood, Chairman of tKe Dominion Executive Committee, having oversight of the campaign to. raise Victory Loan, 1918, said The Press publicity campaign will rank as one of the most remarkable and efficient publicity campaigns ever undertaken ;in any and Mr. J. H. Gundy, Vice-Chairman of the same committee said: "I have been selling bonds for a long time, but I never found it so easy tG sell them as at this time. The reason is'the splendid work the press has done. I take olf my hat to the press of Canada." The success of Loan, 1918, and the knowledge which Can- adians now possess of bonds are a straight challenge to the man doubts the power of the printed word, in the form of advertisements, to sell this applies not to bonds alone, but lo the goods you are interested in selling.