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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 'forn)a. He )sUv?tib|tK.':;!ft{Bach,/Jaautl- .,Cant. "G. ;U.-Shoultll(jfl -liiud,,. MJsu Shouldlce. apont OhriBtihfts ^Svitli. tlieir -Uauirliter, Mrs. Div B^ans^ � -  'Mr ftiid Mrt. Harold" H.,Verkef hftve T^tiirped toHheiCl^y /rpni-'M�pleod and will take up reald^nti?'on Sixth street for' tlie winter /mt^lhu. iMrsi? Verger ha* been the :isu�st:tHis:^week �  � :� "'. � . , �� \' : �  io * Mro. Prank SOnres and family loft on Tuesday, to join Mr. Soares in Calgary, where they will make their per-manant residence. . - � " i ^Il8a-Pennetdther, who hae beeii ri'sidlng in Winnipeg for some, time, is nowvlsiting with hpri father* Superlh-tendant P. W. Pennefather �t ihe R; N. W. M. p. ,barraclt_a. Miss Ecnne-iather will later go on to the coast, Avhcro 8ho. \ylll visit'at Victoria and lalei- at' California.    Mr. and Mrs. ; H.' "Macbetli and Slaughter;,J6an. are ChriBtma^; yifeitors with th^fortfier's feother. in Medicine: .Mr. George Mclvor is a visitor in the city from Calgary. I� V * � Mrs. T. LongwortU is confined to her home through Illness. � *  Mr. Bert Sang lias J'eturne.i .frota '' IBayne's Lalce to spepd the Christmas season with his parents'Jn the .city, V Ki' ^ � � � C Mr. and Mrsi'Griffiths'are spending a tew days witji Mr. and'Mrs.-Charles Griffltha-^n Milk J\iver. �..�� *� Mrs. Curtis; of jidnjonton is Mrs. Dr. River's guest. � > m F. Wm. Pilling of Lethbridge, 1? enjoying the sunshine of SojithSrh Call- >.�M*��..�.,�MS��..�..�..aH�.l���-���..tt I With the Fingers Says Corns Lift Out Without Any Pain , � Sore corns, STard coftis, soft corns �>� any kind-of'acoirn can'shortly be ' " lifted right out Iwith the Hnfeers if ydii will apply direfetly * : �' This announcement / will � Interest, many women here, for it is said that the present high-heel footwear Is putting corns on practically evei-y' woman's feet.-Ad'^ertisement. ^_\_L___:  i> webbiiviGfli o � � o . 2tfedlclnai Hat N^W8:-^A. Very quiet "but pretty woddiiig Was? iblemnized this morning in Fifth Ave. "Methodist church,'Vhsn Miss Alberta Jarrett, youngeit daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Jwrrett, Tenth street, was united In.marrtiifB to Mr. R. L, Elves, of Vul-oan, Alberta. The bride was given away oy her father and loolied charming'in a suit VI of midnight blue,jwith hat to match, and .carried'.^ biotiquet of America) Beaiity rosea. Thje weddinf march was played by MWi Wetherali;' The groom's gift to the^bride was a iieautiful set of mink fura. Afterjthe ceremony the happy couple took the west tra^n for California, where they are to spend the winter. � � , *  9 � 9  �>  #    �� � V CHURCHCtt AND SOCIETIES � A meeting of the executive of the looal council of women wilj be held in the Y.M.C.A. at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. *   The O. E. S. ladies will meet for sewing in - the Red Cross rooms tomorrow afternoon. Members ^re ask-�d it possible to han'djln �U outstaiid: !ihg " i EDMONTON OFFICERS CRI8TALL BLOCK. LOOK- with every.purchaae of 26c cc ovar, we yvlil.oiv^.on, w^iH*�t,a.,eovP�/> bearing a numljier for" the drawing for A teAUTIFlH; CROCHraO BOUDOilt The drawing will take place on NEW YEAR'S EVE, and tha paraon holding the lucky number will receive the oap abcvlutfly fr*e. We have a fine aasoi^tment of Chocolatea and Mixed Caqdi�a from 30c^ to 6O0 per lb, Also a f Ijie variety of-Stuart'a ExtraeU'at 2Sg per tub*. Eggnit to take the place of egos In cooking, 10c paokagM^ 29� and . ..^ � $1.00 boxea.'^ ' , ' Tootli Paste ....----................................,....... ,v . 26o Shaving Creani .�;....QAt Cold Crisam....................................____... 2Sc French Face'Povyder".;.; ... .V......;..:'..'. SOc Talcum Powder......................... 26o and 35o per large box' * And Many Other Articles, AJI Stuart's Product*. KEITH'S 608 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH tHE LETHBRIDGE DAiLY HERALD 1*^ PAGE M 'prevented by"Fniit-a-tives" ^TiieMerful Fruit Mcinf :,)' 53 MAMONMBuye^Sr., Hvi.1,, Que. "In my opinion, no other modlcine ia So good. a.? '. Tjult-a-tives' for Indigestion and Constipation. For year.^, I suffered with these drea'dte'd diseases, tryihjf an kindiTof .tfdatiments' until t was lold't, was' !,inovirab)ei ,......... One day a friend told me to^trj' 'Fruit-a-tives'. To my surprise, I found this medicine gare immeidiale relief, and in a short time I was'j^ll right again". r JDiONAT L4L0NDE aOc. a box,6 for $2.50, trial site 25c. At all dealers or from Fniit-a-tire� Limited, Ottawa. . f .. � :-- Mr. andj Mrs. Bdgett, Mr.9. Hay, Mrs. Swanson, Misses Dona and Ada Mur-i'ay, Helena .Simpson, Myrle O'Hagan, C. C. Brodle, Agnes Livingstone, Hel^n McKillop. Ethel Aird, Annie .Sullivan, and Messrs. G. McLaughlin, :8cott, A. Armstrong, ,Tole, J. Murray, S. Hoi'ne. T. Horne, T. Thompson, H. Fel.?er>, C. AIrd and Sgt, Wilfred Mui-ray. w n % Miss Hagell entertained at a. (jiniip.r yesterday at which Rovers were ^lald for six. A very enjoyable tlfnci was spent by the guests. -....** A tijCiitre party was given lajt evening in honor o� Corporal John Livingston who is home on Ipav^ for the holidays. After-a very enjoyahle time at the theatre,"^ Miss Bessie Little entertained tlie party at her home, where a ^olly and informal evening was spent, concluding with dainty refreshments. *  * ? * ? > * :> Considerjug the rush of engagements tor Christinas night, a large crowd turned out to see the arrival of "The Private Secretary," played by the Young J People's Bible Class of the ITnited church. One long laugh from start ;to 'finish, one man said, and this enterprising Bible Class is to be congratulated on the talent shown last liight. We should especially mention. "The Private Secretary," the Rev. Robort Spalding, a very affected young man, who has to stand a lot of abuse all'through the play. Handsome scenery and suitable costumes added greatly to the success attained, and a,large crowd is expected to see this bright comedy tonight. . ,j f RESIDENT FiW.DENOplJ A large inumber of members oj Knox church and personal friends 61 Oapt. the Rev. A. H. Denoon, w"ho has been overseas on chaplaincy wor]?, were present at the G. P. B. station 'Tufefldniy ktteroo to welcome their minister ,0 hie arrival from France after an absence of nearly two and a half years. Capt. Denoon looks well and hearty, and was glad to be hack home again. . His family, who had recently recovered from an at tack of Influenza, were on hand %% the station to greet him. Capt. De: noon resumes-his duties at Knox church on Sunday. The congregation is preparing a big reception to Capt. Denoon in tho church on Friday evening, to which not only all ihembers and adherents are invited, but all other friends. Rot freshments will be served by the Ladles:, Aid. DECIDE AGAINST FURTHER INTERVENTION Paris, Dec. 23.-The allied governments have decided against further intervention in Russia, at least lor the present, according to indications frop>.^ official sources. Great-Britain and the United States^ It is reported, while reoognlcing that Russia should ha assisted, in a way to permit hOTgettihg back to normal conditions, point out' that military 1, intor.yentloa on a, large scale would Involve difficulties and dangers of all kinds. LONDON, Dec. 2C.-There was splendid co-operation among all concerned for tho carrying out of the arrangements planned for the president's reception.' The parade moved smoothly according to program. It wm wl'tnosSed'hy Hnch an outpouring ot people and'-amid such enthusiasm as London had never known except upon the'occadion of the coronations and.Queen Victoria's jubilee In 1897. . There was general agreement among I.(Qnrtoner8 tiiaf no visiting head of a state had ever been given such an ovation BR thst accorded to the American president'.' The progress of the royal and presidential party was in aemi-state coaches, each drawn by four dark horses. �'Knthusiastlc scenes marked the president's arrival at the Charing Cross station. Afe the president, ao-companied by King George, emerged from the station the crowds broke ijlto .prolonged cheerH. At the same timef^gilns began to thunder out a salute and dozens of airplanes soared overhead, the bells and chimes all over the city also pealed a welcome. .During the procession 'rom the station, flags, hats- and handkerchiefs wpre waved. The president was uncovered throu^but the drive to acknowledge the cheers. The .scene inside the Charing Cross station was no less cordial, although riot so noisy, ' ' The reception party included King George, Queen Mary, Prinpess Mary, Premier Lloyd George and all the members of. the cabinet, the heads of the army and navy and premiers of the various dominions and a, representative of India. There was a guard of honor from the Scots Guards, while the band of .� the'(Grenadier : Guards played '^The Star'fepangled Banner." The King and Queen and Princess Mary greeted President Wilson with cordfallty. President Wilson, accompanied by King Georgej in&pected the gtiard of honor after -tliey had returned to a space immediately in front of the car^in which they had travelled from Dover. Premier Lloyd Oeorge and members of the reception' committee were then presented to, ithe president; * . The-procession in which President Wilson traversed the streets of Ixin-don to Buckingham Palace today was a short one. There were intervals of 100 feet between the units. First came a detachment gt police and then u general aiul iifs staff with tlie troops of the household cavalry four abreast in Ithaki and with drawn swords. Next came the King's carriage In which President Wilson sat at the right of King George. Tho Duke of Connaught sat oppos^Ile them. Another troop of cavalry lol-loAved and then came tho carriage with Queen Mary, with Mrs. Wilson on the right and Princess Mary facing them. Then came a third cavalry troop and after Ik tUo three remaining carriages ot the procession. Tho gleaming coats of the outriders scattered along the prpceasion gave a dash ot color. The King was dressed in tlie service nnlform of a British field marshal. Ho remained covered throughout the journey, permitting President Wilson to accept the demonstration. Mrs. Wilson carried a large bouquet of flowers and wore black. Queen Mary was dressed in a dark costume with a iigtit-colored hat. Demanded Speech As soon as tho party entered Buckingham Palace the crowds outside, Including sevei'al hundred wounded soldiers in the palace yard, began cheering. Then came shout? of "We want Wilson'." "We want Wilson!" In response the ProsiUeut and Mrs. Wilson, together with King George and Queen Mary, soon appeared on the second floor balcony; The crowd, especially the woimded men, began calling 'for a speech. President Wilson laughed and then addressed himself especially to the wounded soldiers. "1 do not want to make a speecli," said the president, "but 1  do want to tell you how much I honor you men who have been wounded in this figivt for freedom and to tliank you all for tlie welcome you liave so generously given me. T hope each and every one of you Avill come thtough safely to enjoy the fruits of the victory for Avhich you so courageously fought." W'ASHINGT'0:^:|s':,pec,,.-26.--Legisla-tioii to make effec't&e.ttte wheat price guarantee for the ^1919 crop and at the same time i^'to^afegudrd ,tlio; government against ldsp�was recommended to congr^.ss' tojliiK by the; 'dOpart-ntent of agriculture and the food administration. A.mepjorandum sent to �pepresfehtative, I�v�ir,. ;bf South Carolina,' ^hairmaiir of .'the house agricul-|itural committee, ihade the following recommendation: 1. Extension by congress beyond 1920 of the date for the government purchase of the 1919 crop. Continuancethe food administration's grain corporation or creation, of a now agency to buy, store and sell 1919 wheat that may be offered to the government, , 3. .Possible logislature .to protect tlie government against wheat or flour brought in from othei* countWes during the period of effeictiveress of the guaranteed-price land also to protect buyers of such wheat as long as the wheat is in this country' and not consumed. , KEEP IN SIBERIA FOR A WHILE YET 0TTAW.\, Dec. 26.-So far as official advices are concerned, the Dominion government is without intimation of any change in allied plans which will affect the status of the Canadian forces in Siberia. It is expected, however, that the 'stay of the force in Siberia will not exceed In time demobilization of the Canadian corps on the Rhine. Announcement already has been made that it is not intended to retain the Siberian force in the Far East longer than 12 months following the- signing of the armistice.' / � r. - \. War savings stamps ^ afford good investment "My wife was pronounced incurable by physicians Ainleaa operated (com--plioatod bowel trouble). I began giv^ ing her Adler-i-ka and she is improving and I mean* to continue until she is cured," (Signed) ^J.H. Underwood, Marlon, Ala. Ad}er-ika expels ALL gas and sour-, ne&'s, stopping stomach distress Il^r S-r^NTLy. Empties- BOTH VPPer" ;ina lower bowel, flushing BNTIRH, nlimeutary canal. Removes ALL foul j.lntter wh'ch poisons system. Often I CTTRES constipation, Prevents, appen^ dicitis. We have sold Adler-i-ka m�ny years. It is a mlxtur* ot buckthorn; cascara, glycerine and. nine other simple druga.-J. D. Riginbotharo &. Co., Ltd., dniegl8t�-Advertiiement. Person Now Lending $4.00 to Government Gets; Back S5.00 in 1924. War Savings Stamps afford a splendid opportunity .for' ihvostment. They y;eld a little over '4-,1^2 per cent com-Pdunded half-yearly, in buying them just now what a person does is this -he pays ?4.00 for a Stamp, and in do}ng so lends his money to the Government for 5 years. In Januar.v, 1924, the Government repayis him $B.OO. Those who have not ?4.00 to pay dbwn for a War .Savings Stamp may buy Thrift Stamps at 25 cents each and thus begin saving for War Savings Stamps^ WhSfa 16 Thrilt Stamps have been purchased theyimay be exchanged for a War Savings Stamp. Then holders should starl^ In, again to buy Thrift Stamps and thus .once more begin saying for another War Savings Stamp., 'These Stam'ps may "how be purchased at any bank, post office and the principal railway ...ticket ofBces. A good way Qf-.getting, them is to take them in change fori a small purdhase. If custoniefs , ask' fpr^them, up-to-date stores'will be only too willing to oblige; yoii in'tbis ^reispept. :^MERICAN ARRESTED NEW YORK, Dec. 26u--Urgent meti^ages sent through .many chanriels when a .report reached � Washington that Roger C. Tred-well, American consijil, has been arrested by th* Bblchevlkl at Tafhkent, in Rusai|ln Turkestan, brought worif today; that the consul,-while In custody, was well treated, being confined to ^his room Instead of. In .a prison. Efforts tp obtain his release are go-ing forward. Peace Hath Her Victories and tesponslbilltiM. The duty of every man now is to provHde a living for himself and his family, and help in the recon-atruccion of the world. The great call is still for food. Other Industries may collapse, ^t agriculture must goaon. C.P.R. FARMS 20 YEARS TO PAY open the way to prosperity and Independence. PrairieLandfi I to93oanacre; irrigated land up to $;o. Get started. Land Is being rapidly token up. Write iot free bootlets and full information. AHu CiMnM, GiR'l Sup. C.P.R, Uaic 905 lit ST. EAST, CALGARV gSaSSSHSaSESSSHSSSESHSiSaSHHESHSS Try Making Your Own Cough Remedy Join th^ lilBRARY EJJCHANGE 'M . if EVE^AIi'I PRANKS- ^ e South Ton can sava nbont $2, and bsve m better remedy thi|n tlie ready-made kind. �aaUy done. If you combined tho curative propcr-1 lies of evcr.v Jcnown ."ready-made"' cou/rh remedy, you probably could, not get as much real curative power as there is in tills simple home-made cougli syrup, which is easily prepared in a few miu-utes. Get from any drugeisi; 2>/{. ounces of .Pinex 50 cents worth), pour it into a 16-OK. bottle and fill the bottle with svrup, usinK either plain, jiranulated siiprar syrup, clarified molasses, honsR--or corn syrup, as desired. The result is 16 ounces of really better cotijih syrup than-, you could buy ready-made, a^d saves easily $2. Taatea pleasant and never spoils. This Pinex and Syrup preparation pels risht at the cause of a cobgh and pivcs almost immediate relief. Tt loosen* the phlegm, stops the nast.v thVonI; tickle and heals