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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta )NDAY, DECEMBER 27, THE LBTHBKIDGE HERALD HE FIILY :ruit-a-tives" is the Standby In This Ontario Home SCOTLAND, Out-, Aug. 25th, 1918. 1 'My wife wa-s to Constipation, -e tried everything on tho calemltir thout satisfaction, and spent largo ma of money, until wo happened on Wo have used it in the miiy for about years, nncl wo )uld not use anything else as long as scan got J. W. HAMMOND. "FRUIT-A-T1VE3'1 is made from iiit juices and mild in pleasant in taste. COc. a box, t! fur trial size 2Ce. t dealers or sent on receipt of price f Fruit-a-lives Limited, Ottawa. ilO'W-COiJMUNlOATION IS MAIXTAINEI) FROM GENERAL IIEAD- deal Christmas in the Mountains PHONE 1224 Dial-ram shows communication Kritish army in France. Is maintained between General Headquarters and all the branches of Hie Ferine, Dec. to the Christ-mils eve and in'istmas morning twelve ami a half of fresh snow fell here, g trees, fences, telephone and light fres TrVit-h feathery festoons of the iautiful. ;Nro such idual Christmas weather ul C.VCT been experienced before by ic olilcst inhabitant, the bright iorniug sun and the moderate tcin- jraturc brought memories of olden .mes, and everybody seemed clieu All business placed were closed ior ic day, and tho churches had special icetings, sunns of them the hristinas true loatUd with pr.esetfs ir the children. Ttie Methodist Sun- ay school officers ami tsaelrrs rpated their .children to a Christina ree and a concert in the evening. Balloons were sent up at noon and jst before the evening concert. The Presbyterians had their CIm t iiis tree Friday evening, and all the (lurches had similar exercises during SOLDIERS GLAD THAT CHRISTMAS IS OVER London, Dec. Iteutec cor- tin- trenches, ami contrasts borne of respondent and Tl'llrsday of this week J------' tnes have been, received from wmn Elizabeth lirody, .aged 25, .was found dead in her room at Hamilton: Booze-Soaked Husbands FORM NEW POLITICAL PARTY London, Deo. movement .to- ward forming. a new political party known as the: heen in- opposing the present coalition govern- ment In the leadership, of. the new parh aie Ufa ociated the names of the principal discontents including Sir Edward Carson, Lord Charles Beresford and Sir Henry Dal- zlcl. ed with orange blossoms and roses monj about lorU guests sat down to guulleance Dconique which corre damtj supper, tho remainder 01 the Bp'onris with The" Netherlands over o cnmg heing spent in plai ing games geas lrns{ The brine and bridegroom were the rhus Bntisit n0hov ot urevcnt Tlio says Chicago Tribune editorially "A man cannot expect to soal( THREE YEARS FOR A CHAMPION MAN Madeod, Dec. Ora Sly, aged oS, a homesteader of .Ciiampion dis .trict, was 'arraigned before .Mr. Jus- __, ______ 'us constitutlou in alcohol to inin hit tice Simmons at tlie Supreme Court iplijbiyue bj liquor and bav heaUliv on Wednesday on a %erv serions children." charge of indecent assault to a young The Neal Tlireo-DayTreiitmeiit -xvill girl of'13 years. Accused, a married eliminate the virulent poison, create a j man-with four children, pleaded not loathing for liquor or drugi and sooiu guilts, and requested that he should bo tried.before a Jury. Ho was found gulltj and three >eirs in Urn natural .mental sleep and tnd phjsicil condi restore normal lions. For' full information call or address the Veal Institute SiO 13th ivrmie West, .Calgary, or phone W4S25. CO Neil Institute! in Pnnupal Cities Kingston H f orbctt has rompletrd ou upr of sen ice n goveinoi of tlm recipients of manv beautitiil quiet liut very pictu ncdding was celebrated Xinas. Day, at the lionio of the bride's parents Ml anil Mrs Ci J Kcmin, llth St S, when Her. G.. H. Cohbkdick united in marriage their second daughter Irene Crowe, to Mr. Charles Wood of llirdisly, Mti The bride looked sveet as she entered the draw ing room with her father, to llr1 istrains of Mendeissohn's Tvcddnus maich plaved b) Mi'is X R Porter, ind took her place beside the ijroon She wore a becoming gonn of silk crepe de chine, trimmed ttilh point lace and the groom s gut, a ncvklace and pendant of emeralds and pearls, and carried a boqurt The tastily for the occasion mis etc. ing supplies from retching Germans throligh medium ot nelltrai couu tries has been carried a sterj1 ftn> ther. chosen record crowds should attends diilj The judges appointed are H Reid of Kingston Ont A Shalle ton of Edmonton and B N Barker of Cardston Uiathnms patriotic avei age per head of population ;