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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 PACE EtOHT THE mUBRIDQR DAILY HEgALO JI6 HEADQUARTERS F m Though thfi news that LethbrMge to be the southern AlbeYta head Tor the Mounted Police under the reorganization to take placn la not yet is generally ns that H Is a and general satisfaction the chief city iti thf south ofAhe province has been chosen Js Deflttr1expressed on every hand It la hard ns yet to know justwhat the news means to Letbbrtdga owlns to the fact that reorganization is in tho embryo Init from what The Herald can gather from relinbU sources It would seem that Lethbridfco would be headquarters for a of 200 men at and at least 400 men when the Mounted Police are recruit ed up to the 2500 mark indicated as the ultimate This does not mean that number of men will be located as tho majority of them will be on ontpost duty along the border and in the different cen tres throughout the Lethbridge divi But ic is expected that from 50 to 100 men may be stationed here most of tbe time as part of a reserve force for the policing of the Aa the dividing line in Alberta is Red the nrea to bo controlled from Lethbrldge will extend from Sns kntehewan to British Colnmblrt and from the boundary to Red iml will include the cities of Medicine Hnt and nt which points H i likely that Inspectors will be sta Oldtimers In the city remember when Lethlridgfi hnd n force of 75 mounted The barracks here capable of accommodating flint would not be at nil owing to the fact that tho forcd is to be if arrange ments are made for tho construction here of brick barracks buildings to accommodate the headquarters stuff and headquarters ONE IfillEK The Nursing Mission Officials Hiought Cheer to Good Sum Left For Relief Work good things warm to Aa order been issued by tho board of railway commissioners al lowing the reinstatement of pnssen ger time table o far as it ap plies to the Stirling This after January 1st only ono trhln a week will run on that going out on Tuesday and back cm The order does not af fect the mixed trains on tho Cardston and Coutts which will be Packed wkh i nice and of toys delight to tho hearts of 71 Christmas left tho Nursing Mission on Christmas and 71 PBCEMttSttM IMS Tho annual convention ofDistrict of will be new this year in the city of Calgary for the first time alnce the district and will open on the third j Monday In When the dis trict was first formed the held in Then Leth bridge was chosen as more cell delegates met here for a A couple of years delegates to make Fernle the At the last conven1 Tho Heralds Christmas fund this With n totul of tho fund closed Christmas and tho Nurs the development of the Drumhelter and Kdmonton fields It would be ne cessary to find a more central loca and Calgary was One of the main matters to come before the convention this year will MWTEUR PLAY AT MAJESTIC are expected At the Mijmtle Theatre Friday and day when the will In four little In aid the tobacco fnnd tor the The mtilt find that many people believe owing to the ending of the there no further need for tobacco for sol and hence there Is a tendency to be Indifferent to the of the local talent who are undertaking the It In only to point out that the sol will be In Germany for many and tobacco will be just aa welcome now probably more K owing to the greater amount time they will hare to Idle And aa the have a reputa tion for putting on attractive sketch there double reason wtiy the Majestic nhould be filled both tonight and tomorrow omclai who bSn the biisv through the week colleotinenew Wa8e The Present agree1 hamper beS WatcKTour Little One Smile Cascarets dean the cloggedup Bring joy to cross little Sell for a every MOTHERS You can always bring back the jolly smile of health with Candy When a childs tongue is white or if breath is feverish and stomach remember a Cascaret to rid the liver and bowels of nasty fermentations and constipation is all that is love this pleasant candy cathartic which never never Cascarets never disappoint the worried Give Cascarets to children aged one year old and Each 10 cent box contains full Floating Ivory 1 Ivory Soap In the you dont have to grope for it it is always within In toilet and laundry use you are reminded to remove the cake from the v You do not let it sink out of sight to The floating Ivory cake also insures against possible You cannot slip on it in getting out of the IVORY SOAP PURE Mtit in tht ftotttt factoriii at Canada is always the cage before ences with the operators looking to a new signing ot the auto owners in the More than the usual amount of happiness and satisfaction was de rived this winicr distrilmBgreement ft more faminesto look question than usual owing to the and so many more children who since the last agreement Claus they had given up all hope of ever seeing1 j The story of one little incident tells j the tale of many A little i family of three children had lost their father during the recent Their mother was still ill in A kind neighbor had brought Christ mas and the pleaded with their mother to allow them to put it The mother discouraged them in the she Santa Claus could not come to them this But the little kiddies were for putting tho tree up anyway to give a semblance of Christmastide to their So the tree was put and lucky it for imagine the de light and happiness of the children and the joy of the mother when Santa Claus did come next morning with his hamper of goodies and clothing amounts to about 90 cents a day In and this bonus will hare to be So far as is known at present the city both public and separ will reopen on and ofle day only will be allowed as a holiday next that being New Years It is the desire of the 0f and it had been intended and In the hampers were packed food of the best turkey or h recommendation butter and such d f h preserved fruit or clothing where Altogether the schools necessary dockings with cand and fc and toys for the and the same for M fte dty to be days each local ORION from our Own corrMpondmi schools after being reopened examination of the pupils are closed for It rather unfortunate for teachers and scholars that the flu delayed the work prior to the We hope all the scholars received high Laat Sunday Robert son preached his farewell sermon at Orion Union Considering the short notice given there was a fair His next field of labor is in the north country on tho Woods has taken up residence a Orion and will reside in the house built by Woods will take the place of but will reside at Orion Instead of Alf son of and Carl aitltod home from oVar He me ot the first to return to thU arrived home latt IH bad fcwif working in the Kitflcotr dittrlot In the hay business Is spending Christ holiday m FIVI ANI NlkLtD persons lott their and 17 in 10 of them when a and flan Pranctaco frelfht train crashed Into paHWger train at six imtto of BLUE RIBBON r Most grocers sell BLUE RIBBON TEA and most people drink Do you have it in your home and and a brick of Ice cream th riu are at a loss to know how i i j aULUUI tlico a I c at luna tvj ixmiu to make up the difference without If yout fimity jou tktnt VACATION THE GREATEST RESORT IN THS WORLD The International Pacific Northwvtt Bnliik Wtilmitn ml Orifn Where the climate is the the and where there of Western ratting of bread from Gilmores in Ter rills Floral sent a sprig of holly for each For the old men j without families cooked food ready to eat was prepared by Miss Tiliey and her and nobody was The results of the fund have been particularly gratifying this With nearly to the Xuroing Mission have been able not only to send hampers to every needy but to lay aside at least half amount raised for the sending j comforts to these families throughout the This will be a welcome 1 addition to the regular relief fund curtailing the summer TO Some months ago it was reported that who overseas with the 13th join f ing at Pincher had been killed provided by the and every cent actioR nowever nas of it can be well spent in providing tQ he a mistake A E of the necessaries for these Carmangay who is in the city At Childrens Shslter I states that he received a field A oldtime Christmas was postcard from Hutch the other day spent at the childrens Shelter yester stating that he was alive and In the morning at 7 ten has advanced to the rarifc of little inmates woke up to investigate Major Hutchison was former the contents of A v wjth the and was well1 dinner 31 which turkey and ice cream known throughout southern were the principal was very one time he was prominent in much and was followed by sport circles in being one the Christmas tree in the Of the mainstays of the ball The tree and all its splendid decora team in the city I tions was provided by the Rotary and made a very happy afternoon for the little needless to were overjoyed with the the older chil dren went to a moving picture Supper was followed by games of all and at 10 oclock a tired but happy crowd turned into At the Hospital x On account of the number of sick i patients in the Gait Christj mas passed very at that j A npecial Christmas dinner was nerv DEW i and the wards A very sad death occurred at Gait hospital on Christmas morning when were Thomas aged wife brightened with decorations of flow of the farm foreman at the provin cial died of intluenza and com She entered the hospital Two The NextofKin hundred children of soldiers boy aged two are left to De ceased caine to Lettibridfe from on Monday and oh Tuesday gave birth j were made happy on Monday evening to a boy and She was at a Christmas tree held aHhe Vetersuffering from influenza at the ana Tho event was staged by and died on Wudneuday Be j the Great War aided by sides her husband and the twin a number of the About 8 j a little girl aged four oclock Santa Claus announced his ar 1 rival by a and at he up i peared on the Then aided by The funeral will be held Secretary he was busy for on more than an hour handing out Good KiftM were given to every all the boys and girls over IJ receiving Tim mothers and the children all then sat down to The whole program was very pleasing and tho Veterans who helped had as much fun aa tlio Later the XextofKin j will publish u letter thanking all who aided with but at present both the president and the secretary artiil und cannot attend to this NOTED HOCKEYIST DEAD Wilfrid formerly of Noblnford and been ordained into the Anglican church aa deacon of All Saints church itt The ceremony tack placo at the Cal Canon Hayes Introducing and the Bishop of Calgary John u former Cathar1 ordaining Marab was former ines hockey who a few years lx In charge of the Presbyterian ago conducted a fruit business churchea at Nobleford and Coalnurat Calgary and tor the laKt two years and was tor n long time resident of conducted u grocery establishment at Niagara was buried here yes on Uiu 12tli anniversary of his BACK TO OLP ROUTI8 two jti Kuiuresfi auA Ejm The Kdmonton city council will opprestt of lt IB expec pose a petition of the gas company return shortly fothejlr row for an lucreaio in tlio price of Pacitic coust to Asiatic BEFORE the bond buyers were marked In number they wsre in is shown by the number of purchasers of the Government War Loan of that But in the autumn of the same their number increased twenty This was the number purchasing the Victory Last per sons purchased the Victory 1918 These wonderfuh results were accomplished by Press Before the war onehalf of one per of our people bought Now quite twelve and onehalf per of our people arc bond Before the stupendous amount of of bonds could be sold to our Canadian people in S weeks a most thorough and exhaustive campaign lot education was and this cam paign was carried through by advertising in the public The power of the printed word never had a more convinc ing By means of the through the medium of advertisements in the press of our the Canadian people were made to know what bonds the nature of their their attractiveness as an and why the Government had to sell Every point and feature of Victory was illustrated and described before and during the No argument was No point was The result that today a nation of They know what a safe and profitable form ot investment Instead of one man in two hundred own ing now one Canadian in women and a Gov ernment This complete transformation In the na tions mind and habits brought about by advertising in the press of tho na Press advertising Justified It self the surest and speediest method by which a mans reason can be Influenc ed and The Minister of Finance His own words are The wonderful success of the Loan was due in large measure to their the press of Canada splendid and un tiring efforts during the whole Chairman of tKe Dominion Executive having oversight of the campaign to raise Victory said The Press publicity campaign will rank as one of the most remarkable and efficient publicity campaigns ever undertaken in any and ViceChairman of the same committee said I have been selling bonds for a long but I never found it so easy to sell them as at this The reason isthe splendid work the press has I take off my hat to the press of The success of Victory and the knowledge which Can adians now possess of bonds are a straight challenge to the man who doubts the power of the printed in the form of to sell this applies not to bonds but to the goods you are interested in ;