Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
DKCBMllRR 'W, 401S" TUB DAILY- JTIiiHAU) PAGE N PHONE 1224 v PERSONAL v f, r, f, c, Mrs. frank Siarca anrt family left on Tuesday to Join Mr. Hoires Ip Oal- nary, whero tlicy will mako iliclr PIT- rjisnenl rcdlilnnce. Misa- baa beiii TfiMlag 111 WlnnljiBg for louiB. llras, IB now visiting with liar.fatlier, Suporln. U'jidant W. Peiniof.ilher ol llio n, N. SI, P. barracks. Miss 1'cnne father will later go on to DJB coajl. wlicro will visit Dt VkLorl.i and Jatcc al'CiillfoniJa.......- Mr. and Mrs. and Jcaii, arc Cliristmaq ylsilbra Tvllli Uier foriper'a roo'lior In Mcdlt fornia'. Ho is' city n Cant'.' C. Jflss Slioplilca tpwl' phrlalriiia wl'.li Uixlr Mrs. -Uiy Hymns. i Jlr. ajiij Mrs. ilarolil returned to' the city nmi will lake up rusldencd on siitli slruel for 'the wliitir'flioutliii.. laen the emit tbVwenk'ol V. Medicine Hit Neivs. Mr. Uoargo Mclvor 1 ho city from Calgary. a vbSlor In Mri. T. Is coattnaj- to her Iiome through iHncBR. Mr. BerL Sang lias retumej .from Hayne's Lakn to spepil tho Chrfalmaa i (he'enpaEeiaent or Wr ost diujhtar, to Lieu'.. Col. Ahliur llubort Panel, Canadian Orta- Corjiz, the '.veihllng Ho lato ylaca In Decoialjor, Hon. A. J. McLean Is oiuected lo rsluru to Iho clly on Suudny' 'j Wluiilpeg; where bo wuiil to meet son, who' has been nUendlng iclioo: at OakvlllcvOol., anil Is apendhii' ClirUt- IJJM at lioma Bnllotln, 4 WEDDINGS ELVIiS-JARnBTi' Niedlclca Hat very, quie 'but pretty wudrtlrijr 'was' Eolemulzei thla morning lu Klllll Ave. Metlio.ila 'whan Miss Alberta Jarrett youihgelt daughter of Mr. and Mrs John JwTfltt, Tentli streol, was unllec In mart-life to Mr. It. L. Elves, ut Vu! on, Albeila. Tho 'brldo wae by lie father and looked i season wllh hla parents-ln city.' C Mr. out! Mrs.1 Grlfllllis ara spending u row days wflh Mr. and'Mra. Charles Crllllllia In Slllk lyver. Mrs. Curtis of Edmonton IB Mrs. Dr. lUver's guest. V. Pilling ol Is en- joying Hie aunsnlno ot Southern Cali- A mm OF j "Fruit-a-liKes" TtieWendertul Fruit Medicine i' Hun, (jut. "In my other mcdicice 50 gOOJ, OS fill Indigestion ami Constipation. For yeari, I suffered wllli Iliesfl drea'dc'rl iliscascs, trying all kindaol ifciinienls 'iinlil f was' (olil 1, wis' .Incuraljle, Oue day a friond told me lO'.lry Triilt-i.tires'. To my surpriso, J fo'jud this meuiciiiQ Immediate rclUjfjaDd in a short lime I rijht ngBin Kte. a box, (i Tor t? W, Irhl sice He, At nil dealers or from Limited, OtUffi. With the Fingers! Says Corns Lift Out Without Any. Pain 3ore corns, iTanI corns, soft corns ?r an3" klntT of h'c'orn can fihortly ho lilted I-IEDI outlivltli the finirers 1[ Toil will apply dlreiily'upou the com' i drops of ffoezone, anya a Cincin- nati authority. It la claimed that ol small coat ono can get a quarter o[ an ounce ol onc at any drug store, which Is.jufli to rid one's feel of every' corn or callus without pain or sorcness''br tlie danger of Infection, i This new drug Is an ether com rounil. anil while stlciy, dries It is applied and does not In flame or even Errifalc, the-s'iifrgundlnt tisane. t This announcement will Interes. many women here, [or if Is Bald tha the present lilEh-liccl footwear Is put- ling corns on practically 'every fflan'a pildnliht. with bat to match, ind carried'.! bouquet of America) Beauty roiai. Tha wcddlnc march van pliycij by. Miu Tbe groom's jltt to the'brlde was c jeaullful Bet of mfQk furs. the ceremony, tbe happy cou- ple look Ills wesl Irjta for California, rhcro they apend tho winter. V CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES A meeting of llio eiecutlve ot Ibo local council of women will OB held In Ihe Y.1I.C.A. at 4 o'clock tqmorrow al, tcrnoon. The O. B. 8. ladles will meet for eiving In the lied Cross rooms to- morrow afternoon.' Members are ask- ed If possible to nin'J In ill ouUliDd- Mr. auJj Mrs. Kileett, Mrs. Hay, Mrs, Kwauhou, Dona and Ada.Mur- ray, Helena Simpson, Myrle O'llagau C. C. Urodle, Agnes Livingstone, Helen McKlllop, KlIlPl Alrd, Annie .Sullivan, and Messrs. (I. Mcl.aughlln, gcott, A. J. S. T. Home, T. Thompson, H. Felgcc, C. nnd SS1' wllrrcj Murray. LONDON, Dec. Wilson Iravcrd'J llw slrects of Ixm- ilendld co uporation among all nou-'doh to Durklngltam I'dlace today was ccrncd for thn carrying out of the. a short one. There were Intervals1 arrangements plannoil for the o! 100 (eel bcurecn the units. it'a reception. Tho parade moved ft detachiyenr. o[ uollec and i Biiloolnly arcordine to program. It thnn n Kcneral and lilt stalf with liio' WRS wlljicsied by an outpouring trooiin or the hnusqliolil cavalry four people and amid such cnthualabw ulirensl In khzki -and ivitli drawn j as Ixindon had nfiver knosvn eicepV Kwordg. Neil ca'me the Kins'i car-! upon tho'occaslon nf the corouatlocs rlage In wulcli I'reeldent Wilson sal' and Queen Victoria's Jubilee In 18S7. at [be rliihi of King George. The i There wns general agreement flinong Duke o[ opposite! ihat'no veiling head'ot a them. Another troop of cavalry lol itato had ever been given sucii an lowed and came ihc carriage oration ER that accorded lo the Amcr- with rjuccn Mary, -.villi Mrs. Wilson Ictn president.- tin the right and I'rini'tjs Jlary fac- The progrefea of'tlie royal and prcsl- Injj them. Then ame a third cavalry dontlfll parly WRB In seml-stato toaeh- troop and after ifc ilir: three remain- SB, eacli drawn by four dark ing carriages ol ihe procession. ''ijnlhuslaatlc Kcenes marked thu The glcamlnK coats of the out- presldeal's arrival at tbu t.'haring rldera scattered aloni; the prpcepsion Cross station. A'u the ae- guve a dash OF color. The. King was ty Klug (Jenrge, emerged dressed la the service uniform o[ n from Ihe station the i-rowds hroko Britlsll fjelil marElial. Me remained cheers. At the same covered throughout Ihe journey, per- hegan lo thunder out a sa- inllllng lo nccepl I lute and dozens of airplanes soared ihc demonstration. Mrs, car-! overhead, the bclU and chimes all rleil n large hniitiucl of [lowers and over tho city 3lso pealed a welcome, wore black. Queen Mary ivas ilress-ed During the procession, from Ihe sla- In a dark roslume u-lth a ligLl-colorcd lion, flags, hats and handkerchiefs hat. Mlsa Hagell onteftalned at a ijinuiir slRi'J.iy at whfch Covers Jalt? for eix. A very enjoyable UimiVas spent by Ifie gucgti. A tlualro party ivaa Efven laiL p.vir-u- ins lu houor of Corporal Johu Living- Eton who IB UOUIH on leave Tor (he holi- days, very time at the Miss Beaele Uttle onter- lalnefl the party at her home, where a Jolly and In tor ma I evening WHS spehl, concluding dainty i-efreelimeats. were waved. The president ivas un-j Demanded Speech the drlvo to fle-j As soon us the party entered IJiick- thc cheors. i Palace the crou-ds outside, The scene Inslda the Charing Cross Including Ec-veral hundred wounded station was no less cordial, although soldiers In the palace began riot so noisy. cheering. The. .reception party included King fSeorge, Queen Mary, J'rincesa Mary, Premier Lloyd George and all llie The mutron ol lha teulaMoa hos'p'llal deslros lo lhank Mr. and Jin. C. B. Bowman for their kind gift which .was much appreciated. A'vcrv enjoyable parly T7aa ;lielil' at Henderson Lake OTenlng when after a splendid evening theMce the young.people tcrjnlncfl by Miss Roile Armslrong ar her home ,wLere an-oygier iyas' served and tbe concluded 'dancing. Those pHaerit were: TKE PRIVATE SECRETARY -j -i Considering the rush ol engagements for Christmas night, a largo crowd turned out'lo see tho arrival o[ "The Private played by the Young. I'eople'B Iljule Class of tho United church. Ono long laugh from start 'to' finish, one man said, and this enterprising Utulc Class IE to bo congratulated on the lalout shown last night. should especially men- tion "The Private Iho lUv. Spalding, a very affected young man, who has to stand a lot of abuse atrLhrough the play. Handsome eceii ery and snllablo costumes added great- ly to tho success attained, and crowd la eipccted lo see this brlgliL members o! cnblnet, ihc heads of the army and navy and premiers of the various dominions anil a repre- sentative of India. There was a guard oi hojior from the Scols Guards, while he baud ol.-the'.Grenadier Gusrds >Jayed Htar''Epangled Banner." Tiie King and Queen and PrlnceB3 Mary greeted President with cprdlallty.' President Wilson, accnm- pauled by King George-, inspeclcd Die ;uard-o! bono'r after Uiey UaJ urned to a space immediately front oT the uar.iu ivhlch they had .ravelled from Dover. Premier Lloyd lieorge and members of the recop' :fon commitloe fl'erc (hen presented Lo tlic_ president. whicb Presideol Perhaps You are not Think- ing of. Den- tistry Just Now IT'S THE- HOLIDAY SEASON' your Siiind Is lull of othermatters, ll.fou g'et a sudden excruclaliiis Iwlnga of loolliachc, like n retf lio( needlr. through your tooth and sums 1L Is .1 dlffercnl matter and you are forced lo the deritlsl to gi't relief. U'hy not rlslt us fa your sparo tlmo nnrt let lis rnnkc an cipcrl oiamlnatloa' of your teelh. .A mlaor trcatraont ol parly, decoy will prercnl dim sudden tivlogc of toothache lat- or on. Do nol be IIic leaal Jilt alralil. Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art Drs. Bruner, Richards Nelson High Grade American Deatntrr PHONE 363' :'v; Ott Blk., 4 boon from Lethbridge Hotel, LETrlBRIDOC, ALBERTA CALGARY EIQHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON CRISTALL BLOCK. Then came shout? of 'TVe In rc- ipoiue tlip Prcsiiletlt and lire. Wilson. together v.'IDi King George and Queen -Mary, 20011 atiucarcd on the KCCOIII! Iloor "balcony. Ttio t'ro'.vd. especially the men, Tor President Wilson laughed nnd then addressed himself especially to the wounded soldiers. "I do not want to make n said Ibo president, "bnt 1 do want lo tell-you bow much 1 honor you men who have been wounded In IhU right for freedom anil lo thank you all for the welcome you liavo so gen erouslv given me. t hope each and evory one ot you will come through safely to enjoy ihe fruits of the vic- tory tor which you EO courageously fougbt." NOTICE! WE 6HALL HAVE A Important Message FOR YOU IN NEXT THURSDAY'S HERALD Watch For It ft will bi dollars and in your pocket, anrf will be the best atjrt off lor the New Year you have. RESUME WORK ON THE WELLAND CANAL OTTAWA, Dec. on the Welland canal ii to be. contin- ued for the lime on a "coat plus basis. The baafa Is fixed at cost plus 8 per cent. On the four eectlons of the canal expendi- ture during 1919, on per- centage will be paid, Will not ex- ceed RESIGNS LONDON'. Dec. lluclalph llavenstelu, president oC the finuerial bank of Germany, the Retschbank.bas I'ealpiecl, accnrdiog to an Kicbango Telegraph dlBpalch.ftom Copenbagen. Danforth-Avenue napti.U church, Toronto, has callerf to (ts pastorate Mev. 0. C.'KllloU.-at present engafcd in evangelistic work. large number ot members ojt Knox churcli anil personal friends of Capt i'ho Rev. A. 1L ncnoon, wlio been overseaB on .chaplaincy worlr, were present at tlie C. P. U. filRtlon Tueidiy dtleroo to Tvelconie tholr minister ,o iiia arrival from after an absence of nearly and a. half years. Capt- Deuooa loohs well and hearty, and was glud to nc back home (Ha family, who had recently tack of recovered front an aL- were an lianil the slatlon to greet hioi. Capt. Dcr noon re s u men 'bis duties at Knox church on Sunday. Tho congregation. Is preparing a big reception to Capl. Denoon in, tho church on Friday cveainfi, to which not only nil members ami adherents are but all other friends. Re- freshments will be sBrrcil by the Aid. lion, lo mafce ettiicXiYB (ae. wheat price guaranteo for the 1315 crop ami at Ihc eame Lime UofVaVepinrd eminent against VccoD.me'rifl- ed to by p.lent of agricuHnre anil the (oort ad- oiiniatTallou. A nietnoratitlum sent (ti .of Soutli Caro- -.'the' house agricul iural committee; made the recommendation: 1.. EilcDsloii by coDgrcsa hoyoncl 1920 pE tlie dale for ino government purchase ot Ihe crop. 2: Conttnuancc pC llie food admin is t radon's grain'co'rporaUon or crea (ton. ot "a new agency lo liuy, eloro and selj i919 ivheat that juay be" of legislature" to prated the government against or ilour brought in from other countries during the period ol etfeclivereas of the and also (o pro- tect buyers ot such wheat as.long as (he wheat is in tnis countrj-' and net consumed. DECIDE AGAINST FURTHER INTERVENTION LOOK- With every.'purctute of 25c or- over, we yvHl give.on bearing a number for the drawing for A BEAUTIFUL' CROCHETED BOUDOIR CAP The drawing will lake place on NEW YEAH't EVE, and pirion holding lucVy number will recflve thfi abcelulfly We have a lint auorlment of and Mixed Candles from 43c tt> 60c per Ib. Also a fine varicty'of 3luari'a ExtracU'at par tuW. Eggnit lo the place of' egga In 10c 2V? and bsxei. Tosth Paste 26c Shavlno ist Cold Cream.................................................... jjc French Fac; 50c Talcum Powder....................'.---- 25c inj ff.r box- And Many Other Articles, All Stuart'l Productl. KEITH'S EM THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Paria. Dec. allied governiuents 'have decided against further Intervention In Russia, at leaat for the present, according tc Indications froni. official Boufcee. Great Britain and the United Stales, It Is reported, while recogniiing Lhat'Hussla should be agafsled.In a way lo permit back lo normal con- dltlDne, point out that military intervention on a large scale Involve rtifficulllcs and ilangera of all tlnda. FORAIILEYEI OTTAWA, Dec. far as offi- cial advices are concerned, (lie Do- minion government IB witbout inli- niallon of any chringe in allied plans which will Ihe status ol the Canadian forces in Siberia. It la ex- pected, however, that, the 'stay ol tl.a force in Siberia not exceed fit Unin [Immobilization oi LLo Canadian corp9 on the Rhine. Announcement B.reacly Jiaa bceu made that It Is not Intended to retain the Slberlau force in the Far Easl longer tlian V2 moulhs lollowing IhD sigolng 01 Ihe armia tlce.' WAR SAVINGS STAMPS AFFORD GOOD INVESTMENT Person Now Lending' to Goverrv monl Gels Bscf; in 1924. 'War Savings Slnmpa afford a splen- did. opportunity ifor k Invaatment, They yield a 'little over lvl-2 per ceo t com- In biiylns them Just nniv a person does fa this n- pays a Stamp, and in so lends his money lo the Gov- ernment for 5 years. In January, 1924, Government repaye him Tbose who have not lo pay down for n War Savings Stanjp may biiy Thrltt Stamps at 25 cents each and thus begin saving; for War Savlnga Slampa- When 1C .Thrift Slaoipa bare teen purchased theyymay.be exchang- ed (or a Savings Stamp, Then holders phould start In, apata to buy Thrift SUnips and'. Uius .ODca more begin saying for'another War Savlngg Stamp. These Stamps may "now bo purchas- ed al any bank, post office and the prln- v Gives Wife -i-ka! "liy wile was pronounced incurable by physicians unless operated (com- plicaLcd bowel 1 began Kir- Ing her AdlcM-ka and she Js ing and I mean-10 conlinue unlll aho !s cured." ]i. Marion, Ala. .'uller-IVa c-lpela Air.' ga.i and sour slopping slomach distress IN" STANTLV: EropL'es- BOTH lower bowel, nushrcg BSTIRB slinicntarr canal. Removes ALL, foui wh'rh poison? syslem. Often iCl'HES coi'JllpalloD. Prevents ap.ien-; tllcillj. We have sold Adler years. It Is a ol slycerlno and nine simple D. Hlglnbnlham fcj -Co., drjcuistj-Artvtrtiicmerit. Peace Hath Her Victories and rcspctisiWiiiu. The iiiy of eveiy man raw [3 to for hLmidf and hit fcnily. irJ lnJp in ihc 5iniciion ol the gitat call ii iliU fur food, CWier InrJuwrits niycol- lapse, (ut Bjiiculi.'jrr C.P.R. FARMS 20 YEARS TO PAY Open the lo and iods- PriLric Lorjd to in acre; land up to t-jo. Get -li-ttd- [i bring is.ikUy cciceri ur- ior hxiTns wJ full i.-ifonnailin. Aba Cww. Gei-l C.P.R. Uifc lit ST. CAST, CALGARY Try Making Your Own CJ Cough Remedy S railway .ticket offlcea. A good way them (3 to tafce them In change small purchase. K customera aik tori them, .up-to-date stores will he only loo willing lo ob- lige you !n tills letpect. ARRESTED .NEW YORK, Dec. Urflenl mes-Saoes sent through many channels when "a report reached Washington that Rtger C. Tred- well, American consul, has been arfcited by thd Bolthevikl at In Russian Turkestan, brouflhl word- thai tne con- cut, whifc In custody was well treated, being confined to rhis room instead of in a. orison. Ef- forts to obtain his release are go- ing forward. Join the LI'DRARY EXCHANGE at EVEHAtl ft.. FRANKS Avenue South hind. dont. Ice Cream for New Years are to exlend our ipiclil prices Tor Ice Cream Bricks to New Day. Vanilk and Strawberry, per quart 50c Special Orders, per quart The Milfc Drivers will carry Vanilla aQd Strawberry brlcka with Jhem. You caii; order from him and jl will not be necessary io rwr order .to tfaa office. We arc very sorry lhat we were Short at someMiple Walnut and Caramel orders, due orders cornice in too If you will all kindly order early we will Lave your orders ready. Tr joii combined ihc mratiTe proper- tics cf every eolith remedy, jou probably could not na miich curaUvc poorer as thtre in i h ia 3i ID pie heir t- mad e cough t y ro p, which ia prepared in a few mia- ul es. Get from any dnisrelsl Si-', onnces of Ptner loU fonts it into a 1T.-07. bolLlc and fill ihc botlta with s.Trup, minx cithrr plain pr. inn luted sugar sjnip. cluritiod hnneyf or cora eyrnp, r.s 'Ihft result ii 16 ounces of reflllv belter roiurb nvrup than you cnuld nuv ready-tiiade. ram easily Tsjltj plc.iuci nod never spoils. This Pirn1! tTid cite right fll the rniM "of t coUeh, rirts nlraasl imtufrtlata relief. Tt Itwscn's ifce plilcem, atcD3 the naslv ihrofti, licktc and hcala the ecvrc, irrilattd M penlly-ind Ihit it is rjj.lf astonishing. A duj'a BM Trill iHualTr onlimry cough and for bronchi croup, whwpinx cough nnd broncbial ii noiTiinir IMnrx a must conten titled eoropoiind ppnuJnc pine ex- tract, and been usfd for per trat ions io up coiinht. To (iifappoiTvlmrnt. avk your anigeuh (or "814 of "rrlth lull and don't arching Gu4TAnteodiQ tbsolule ttrtion or wyincF proraptlT refunded. The rind Co, Toronto, Oat. CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. THE ICE CREAM THAT -IS DELICIOUS' Phone 1S76 Start The New Year Right by saving your wife unnecessary work ;OUR ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER is the greatest labor naTer for tbe home, and is more necessary [or Iho home than a typewriter U for Iho Ofllcc. If the man of lie house nad lo twrep toe carpets every tfay, every home would hnre ED ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER. Our supply la llmllcd PO coroe and u tleiioait anil Ve will hold it until Tear's ETC. STAR ELECTRIC CO. <09 SIK Strstt S., cppoiilt the Colonial 1332 SPECIAL PRICES ON ELECTRIC STOVES, IRONS, AND TWO WAY AND THREE WAY SOCKETS OR rLUGS.