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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT J^ed, Deer^ the area, tp, be contiMlted irbm Lethbi-ldge AViU extend fronx !s>s "katcirewansto' British Columbia and from tho boundary to Red Deer, and [ .*111 include the cities of Medicine Hnt I and Calgary, at SvliicU points it is llltely that inapectors will be stationed. ' ,;6id-tiniers In the city rememher when Lethtvridgo had a force ol 75 ; T^^ the news lhait Xethhriage ;'^�9�nt6rt jplice. The barracks here is to he the so.^.ern AlWta head--,-,-t�^/e =Tof^e"^,t "'all , .ftuarters forthe Mounted Police finder, .surprising, owing to the fact that the i-the reorganization ahout to take place tforc^Js to ho permanent, if arrange-as-aiot yet definite. It is genBrally as- .menta are made for the construction i^uied that H Is a fact, and general here of brick barracks 'buildings to ISatiBraetipn that the chief city in tlife' acconiinodate the headquaiters staff '�south c^he province has been chosen, and headquarters force, "is JjeiaKwxP''esBed on cTery--haii'd ' ' ------- THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY ONE TRAIN WEEK '. It i'S'Iiard as yet to know jusf what �the news means to Letbbridge owing to the fact that reorganization is.in tlie embryo stage, tout from what The Herald can gather from reliable sources it would seem that Lethbrid^e would be headquarters tor a force of 200 men at first, and at least 400 men j - � when the Mounted Police are recruit-' -'- ed up to the 2500 mark indicated �s ( An order has" been issued by (ho the ultimate strength. This does not' board of railway commissioners al-mean that, thla.numher of men -wiU lowing the reinstatenieat of\ passen-be located here, as the majority of i ger time, table No. 24, so far as it ap-,them -will be on outpost duty along j pUes to the. Stirling subdivision. This, the border and Jn the different cen- - . - tres throughout the l^ethbridge division. But it is expected that irom 60 to 100 men may he stationed here most of the time as part of a reserve force for the policing of the division. As the dividing line in Alberta is FROMHERALDFUND The Nursing Mission Officials Brought Cheer to Many-Good Sum Left For Relief Work THURSDAY DECEMBfife,M. 191S Packed with good thing."? to ^t, with a nice supply of warih clothing and of toys and such things, as bring delight to the hearts of children, 71 Cliristmas hampers left tlie . Nursing Mission on Christmas Eve, and 71.o-- ------ ---- families were made extremely happy ; ^'ivcntion point. At the lagtruniheli�r Christmas olieer which resulted fi-om ""^^ Edmonton fields it would be ne- The annual csonvontion ol-fiSstrlql No. 18, U. iM. W. of A., will be ijieia this year in the city of Calgairy' tor the first time since the district waa) organized, andVlll open on th? third! Monday in February. Wlhen the dis-trlot was first foimed the conventl6ii,B irtire held in Jiarnle. Then" Lfeth-hridge "waa cho^n as the, more central place, aftd. for some years tnp delegates met hero, fbr a week." A couple of years,iBgo, however,, the delegates "^oted to make Fernie the liHOa -wic. �Ghildren love this pleasant candy cathartic which never gripes, nivjBrlihjtires. 'Cascarets'never disappoint the worried mother.. Give C^Bqiretsto.childrenaged one year old aniupwirds*iE�iiM cor^taiiis full dir&rtions. ' ^ If JIM liU your funil:? yo)i�� (iriag thtnt k VACATION /IM THE GREATEST RESORT REQO*' - : IN THE WORLD 'Ue Intwmtwaiil Padficil^wMt, Britiik Ct/nmUt, Watlmitltn tnJ On[n Wheni the cUmate is miid, th� fioMt greea, III* flewm bloom, and whero there are tkeusiiiidb of We PLAY AT MAJKMI-SAT. . -'Large crowds are expected at the .Majeatle ; Theatre I�tday.and Sfttu^ day-nights -wheu the Amateurs >rlU appear.In tour littl^ skotches. In aid ot, th^. iobacco fund tor the aoldlers pyeree^B. The promoters stlU fihd that .^tnany people heljieve that, owing t�vAlberta. _..,_,,,,, --, ---nmminent in Floating Ivory 'Ivory Soap floats. In the tub, you don't have to grope for it; it is always 'within reach. In, toilet and laundry use you are reminded to remove the cake from the water. ^You do not let it sink out of sight to dissofve. The floating Ivory cake also insures against possible injury. You cannot slip on it in getting out of the tub. IVORY SOAP @ 99.^0^ PURE �Uadein the f rotter t Gamble factoriee b( Hamilton, Canada Some months ago it was reported that Lieut. r. G. Hutchison, who wehtJ overseas -with the 13th 6. M. r., join-' ing at Pincher Creek, had been killed in action. This, however; has proven. to be a mistake. Al E. Quayle, of fhe! Carmangay Sun, who is in the' city today, states that he received a field postcard frqnj "Hutch" the other day stating that he was alive and well, and has advanced to --the ratfk 6t major. Major Hutchison was formerly with the I. H. C. and was well- At one time he was prominent in sport circles in Lethbridge, being- one ot the mainstays of the I. H. C. ball team in the city leagiie. were the principal items, was very much enjoyed, and was followed by the Christmas tree in . the afternoon. The tree and all its splendid decorations and presents, was provided by the Rotary club, aud made a very happy atternopu for. the little people, who, needless to sa'y, -were overjoyed with the gifts. Later, the older children -went to-a moving picture show. Supper was followed by games of all sorts, and at 10 o'clock a tir6d but happy crowd turned into bed. At the Hospital \ On account of the numhei" of'' sick patients in the Gait hospital, Christ-1 mas passed very quietly, at that place.; A very sad death occurred at Gait A apecial Christmas dinner was serv-' hospital on Christmas morning when ed,- however, and the wards were Mrs. Thomas F. Sinith, aged S2, .wife brightened > with decorations of flow-. of the farm foreman at the ^provin BEFORE the War, bond buyers ^yere "marke^j men." In liuittlier they >v(;re 40,000 in March, 191 J-^thia is shown by the iiymber of purchasers of the Government War Loan of that d^te. But in the autumn of the same ye^r, their number increased twenty times-to 320,000! This^.was.thenun^ber purchasing the Victory Loan, 1917. Last month-November, 1918-over 1,000,000 persons purchaswl the Victory LoaA, 1^^^^ These wonderfiih results were; accomplished by Press Advertismg. Before^the war onerhalf of one per cent, of our .people bought ^ bonds. Now quite twelve and one-half per cent, of our people are' bond buyers! ' '\ '' - MRS. M SMITH ers. TwQ uunurea cumii-t-u oi oumicj� � ....____,___________ were made h,ippy on Monday evening to twins, a boy and a girl. She was at a Christmas tree held aHhe Veter-, suffering from influenza at the time, ans Club. The event'was staged by , and died on Wednesday morning. Be- � � sides her husband;, and] the twin babies, a little girl aged four and a boy aged two are left to mourn. Deceased came to Leth'bridge from Ixin-don, E3ng. The funeral will be held on Saturday.  - - The Next-of-Kin hundred children of soldiers cial jail, died of In'flUenza and complications. She entered tho hospital on Monday and ok Tuesday gave birth . - .___ _ t.___^ - 'A ^ rrtt*t .fSha -nraa Before the stupeodoua amount of | RbUTESi - ^JOTTAWA, Dec. ?6^The;t