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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DAM A 1KKAU OFFICE SWF For Strict Regard of The Regulations Fruit v DAI rn Dissatisfaction wliich wafTexpreHsrd by the inside pot Wore belim inUlHMoully rfnuembdr Ftl by doesnof extend to iho entifo acconiiuKio a by acting Postmaster win investigated who made the In side afilfl was were to matte the by ihe acted ohtheir own li IB customary in Canadian citloa for ciiriieiR to renum bered little Christmas time by their presents uro also often to membciB of the and this as In pant yeirs somojof Hie inside staff receiv ed iu tho oft dears and cnndles while some others did gave rise Tho mail clerks stated thai they worked an hard any but tho public did not sqem teremember tho As a matter ot no employee of tho office stuff 13 really permitted to rceeivo anything in the shapeofasift in of calls 1 ntteiition to this and asks the Hcriild to malto the statement on his behalf tho to take nollre of this am that no Rifts of any kind bo in fUTboroBU1ation rends be Ing in tho oath vjhieh mail clorkH arc required to ttue That or receive any or mal I ter or thing directly or in for what I have lone or may do in tlje discharge of Cany the duties of my said cx rept my salnry or what may be allow fed me law or by an order of tho tgovernor in EGGS have reached tho rtpllor mark tliiT localdealers said are retailing from 6bc a Vreniilent of thp pro vlucliil War Veterans Association will preside tint in I i be heldhere Parting January j The provincial secretary Is Mil exmuyor of Calgary who will be in The ollieis of Ilio locul association are President VicePresident Mori and Secretary j The Local Secretary j Tin Herald publishes a rlioto of Kecrelary taken t tho linio he left Krtmonlon in RII ROUND to nniikK in TRIBUTE rrj VISIT Ton Ihf Alueriean Ilir Ihii aflemoon said i n visit lo ill lieen no lllllv 11 bill that in i beans of II vniilil liave iu hiiTOl impori whole MADDISON ROUINA J am you to loll r I ovjrniy medicine relieve me u I fiviMi H liopo of ever 7 was terrililc iVurn I not bing I me I reiil lViiiia and tried n I cutirdy You liave permi1im lo puMili ibis fis I will V r uue other suCTcrprs from to lake aiil MADAMI 11OS1NA Friiitaf ives is thconlymrdicino In the world from a i for trial At all or sent on receipt of price bv iruitativea Ijy lb govern been outI j in lie lit will the i H of the j I US BUILflCSTQBE pratTO charge of a now cyclist unit on his second trip to tho front Madi left Kdmonton first inMOH un der McKinnery now as a member of tho famous Princess Ho served for 19 months with that He was then Rent back to Edmonton to take a commission under in recognition ot his services at the In i he was transferred to tjuarters staff at but retired to civil life pliortly In he the unit in Kdmonton in command which ho re the tie returned early this ind locnteilin and was elected secretary of Ihe Vet erans here oil the retirement of THE TIMES TRIBUTE TO WOODROW WILSON ITIX its on Tresllni the Tiines lenunl ihe oinlomacy of Ihe strcets how warm are Ihe ot our people toward lie will learn in other ways how truly Kuplish value ihe ideallie lias ro muih to mnle populiir and how much work tliry have in lie ir pracl remain in of of who was in of the div formerlv may ehargo of the Miimoha division j wilh It i ftariKi is t on his way I in in the lloiriiiii has in charge at may bo lo of the wlnle Mini f Mily of vho has been in ch i at vm remain thie in charge ot i Hi haf I Comnii NVI1 division i nl rf on leave ol i MhseiKo lie having r ignod following of ouiniissionor 1erry it is 4 following reorganisations of these oilicors will retain ihisis some of Ihe gossip that if rein the rounds with the tho a move which is to maKe is bridg a ft ill great polio centioi inn in the No definite details Inve been announced and this announcement there is as to what will AHhoui ael ivi y her of I In1 rnlli that of tho dmuoroii eoni f ivi tjio attack oi Spanish kid i of persoiw now suffer in worry anil amioyanco from Kidney tbey failed to femddy jilllie offccta left by tlio But there people who aro aro tlio who Ciiu Pills and restored their kid aevs to their proper of hculth Prom all parts letters largo are comitS iato us tiavo jiroveu tlie They 1 bncd the weakiincijl kidneys and ban Gin Pills liavoalwiiys bcun accepted tlio for Kldiioy or Bladder they make good as Tcnjcdy for after IBO Mur lf yon imyc suffurcd from the Flu tjfy Gin Phis und safeguard tininBt tlio possibiliticB of more scri CflB Pills Sold fiO flints Natinnril Drug 9nt CELEBRATED WAR DRAWING fn thnWar Savings Stamps is a splendid reproduction1 in miniature of Partridges Ianious i drawing of Canadian at published in made ai decided hit and in Canada is ona oi most war In j Thomas White first contemplated the InunchinK of Ihe j Savings lie asked the j proprietors of Punch to grant permis1 sion to reproduce the drawing en the Savings This was read ily granted fret of It jjjjVavy antl Try This eolorlesrt and scraggy lute evidence of a awful is noihing KO destructive toi thojSfr as H robs the hair of u vf ry piodufinS nesHAnd itchliiK of lie il carmen the hulr to shjtiiki and thj liiilifWls out Alittle Danilerine any surely save ijpt n small of Knowltons Diiiiderlnn from any drlig store or eountii tind tlie jilicalioii your hair will talus onthat iimtre and luxuriance which is so It writ become fiuiiy and tho of all fll wlul will please you will jM few wiU aotually a ci luvv claims against enemy countries arising outot the war aro coming into tho state de partment in under general they aro of a great some of them involving nice points of international Co related with these claims are ques lions as to money owed 10 German firms by Canadians and securi ties and property owned in Canada by people of enemy in num ber and millions n thi money They arnboinpf passed on by a boivd of which Martin Hnrrell is with Charles K thej state the justice and the bi anire Tliis They iuiludo claims for loss of life ly tor of ship1 anilfor to loss olljivcs by bombing and other ihe warit Arm secured a iiupplv Ioutruet in After the wir the IlMuvian linn went on the it claims neutrality and nooksto hold tho Canadian linn liable In for breach of con Ihe hiLfer adhered to pro hibition of the iiritiah authorities and severed Its tilislnefls connection in bill it necks compensal to linns roviaw the Dun and cotnptiny ii e lead inn centres of anartu indicatethat retail trade has been well up to ex particularly InChristmas but that the quiet condit ions customary at this period prevail in wholesale At are very conservative in for future mainly owing to the uncertainty asto the course but there is a gen eral andother Cities notedan ijicrcastd demand for dry provis ions and other staple but while wholfisalu distribution averages fair for this season cautiousness is displayed by buyers in placing orders for distant Gros earnings of Canadian rail ways reporting to uato for two wtoks in December Klvow an increase of per as compared with the corresponding period a year rplis wii Kit is estimated for the of report made on nTi 11 bv Australian wheat crd and ivreived the ofYvaV and Allows that held bv Wiimiersand miH the pools were 187000 represents about oneihir1lofthelJli17cropand1 tb whole of the HUTIS crop so fai I of andflour ac for bushels and onO bushels were iold witniu j the In awaiting 00 bushels of flour have been CdThe Australian budget statements i that bushels will probablv bn added to tho pool b the 19181 with an estimated news of hulld i lyelhbridge luring bard to a niim iined rumors are going hich thai the in the huildiiiiv line will be Iv ppoviiled the high prices for bnilding ma do ir interfere with plans of prospclivi Among lie riinioi i one that a large e coivern has pur lri i bii lis available lo spur track and will lien up here thir Anothr stales that a lance new garage ilikely to be erected on Sixth plreit Still nnotlier re port iiis i two of Hie banks with hero are considering Iho erection of fine new Tlie proposal of the Kllison Milling Co to pxteml tliBir mill buildings and erect a bushel storage eleva tor a project which was dolayed by the is still under Some doubt exists as to what the Dominion Kxpross is contemplat ing During the fall there were rumors that it was the companys in tention to build a separate building just of the station for the ex but this may possibly be dolayed if there arcany prospects of the C P building a rfew station bore within a couple of when HIP old depot would b available tor ihe express company and for yard olfice The need of new residences in the rjv i also very and sev are expected to be es ncciallv if the of materials comes down Residential ileiv to depend largely on the out oV i lie national hous ing On the there Is a outlookin Hie buildiiifHine for the coming and indications are bilroturncd soldiers who are skilled in the building trades will not have to look far for a NKW IVIn ils load ing editorial this under tlir caption More than the TribuiK says i Tlio spontanooii mil pouring of i Ilnglisli fiilhusiiisin fur President oii is a splendid work for Ihe of tbn orld It recorded in striking fashion the fail of Hie war Kuglish aiid American heiiylK were never so never so in their mutual and good lor suoh Opptirlnnitlos of compression and natioiuil good fel lowship every one can unite in ap preciation of venture fiiere is an old aw lhat applies With llOUKiy lo Ihe 11W American ful givei us our Iliank Coil can our Il was is as con that our national quarrels and any of warmth in the past has Tlu fundamentfil bond was always as strong as crmlury of peace Hut there was much friction and niisunderstiinding as in every Today with a great war won through our comradeship in and it is as friends joined in a great common venture that greet Britons the world Hlood relationship in a wtnk bond by omparison with this unity of of goahof We have come to see the great aims of our civiliza our will toward righteousness and the citizens of the great British New and We are proud of com mon speech and literature and but prouder still that upon this anc ient foundation we now dedicated this npiw born of a common hope and faith and i It is to a great who are our kin in all things of tho spirit that our I hearts go out in this hour greeting j and We honor a friendship I foursquare to all the which shall outstand the changing years and every gust of TROUBLE IN ABYSSINIA A report received at the state tie has arisen In It is reported Ihe Mivisinian government is send ing toops lo aid the Christians agaiiI i he of formerly of the school of f nl lias tO thn staff of HtrathroiM high Royal Arrowroot Biscuit A strengthening fcod or child or grown Makes brawn and muscle SomHpr Biscuit richly flavored Soda or striped packages North West Biscuit I Edmonton LIMITED Retina Saskatoon Caiflary Vancouver 27 Food Board Llcentt REITERATES CHARGES shown tho denial of graft upon oft e COKS of tho hospital ship reception and mo officer of the Alberta re turned soldiers said h had not one word to T he katchewan representative of the it soldiers arul m had met the men in a Tiods and heUd their he One it Is the cooks used up l he sausages so there was none tor the men next One cook alone s hi to have cleared seventy the transactions Tea was served COMONIAL MONDAY AND TUESDAY li vis viinst Andrew Cuddlestone lhat the vengeance of the Swarnl men sUimned for tea tor i meals to do he The coming the stVement will be relatively rs t0 4 DUO Ouii or than the In New Iruth toulh Austra more than the estimated yield I be An advance of bushel has been on tie Vop of of which biudieis remain in the bands Only one month ot E EYEF BUDDHA is viinst Andrew ueso of Lady 01 11IO yield hud been shipped and not a liftieih of u last seasons crop left The Irado and com1 mcrce is further advised that ihe product of western Uiaralia is being shipped to Modi terrniKraii ports to relieve famine con AMERICAN SOLDIERS BACK thousand iAmtrieau soldiers had been returned overseas Heeem and more than in Ibis country bad luuii finnsend oui of of the tary committee were irdd today at their weekly conference I he war of Marsiou Iouse lo Piisi delit vSiison was conipavatively mill e op t for ihe tiiei aged master of in oily liv and hcliind inay nrs chair Your royal aildressiiii tlie Duke of CiMinauiOit i my your and 1 jirtiy sil uii the ottb 1iutod Iheii was a burst of iillbourii decorous ouihusiasni with hand and j 001111111 01 The speech waB iiV a j llsltter vin with it pinrtoiviil Jli desoi biuistdf not as cold tilkitig but1 Svltb thing Of ti a lik in of noother than a free His ex planation of the breUing ui be lae in coming Kuropo he Ihoiighl oonsuHation was a duly ahoVe nil nl wai as his iMiotai iou from Iharles one could not hale u lie EXPOSITION ihlliileipai diicidod lo aik ti v Ill to Siejis is iu ur HUGE LLEVATOR BURNiiD iho rcViitor in luii liiday ed ai from lo iiilly covered by Tin oriLii ul tllU IiC With of her ablest and niot spirited nn killed o maimeil upward of half her industry and slijping by the Fiances apnoal lo her allies during piriod oi rehabilitation be for a rebuilding the furies and which the Cermaiis wrecked and li in coiihtrucling and Hviniiu Kdward do ulyhigJi of the French diilared here He Kdviiiin to he declared that iiatl in tlie French districts occupied by the Ccrmuns were do stripped of their machin lluil almost head of eaitlo that thousands ot farm land by shells was made unlit oi cultivation that the not ship through i and enforced curtailmeiil iu production was tons and thai j ilio iiioneiary cost of the conflict iu tipi propviatioiiH and public debt uguresal ed niISTROYED BARRACKS lire dm night destroyed the new 04 at the lo i Is Stolen by a Former Slave Girl to Aid the Man She The eye of the great godj a valuable is stolen by a former Eurasian slave in Ven for the purpose of aiding the man she Nat urally such a theft as this arouses the priests of the Temple to and they follow Nan and the man she loves to where they threaten him with death un less ths eye is immediately As Nan has sold the eye for a sum it is impossible for the man to return but Nan manages to get it back in the nick of time and saves his This is but one of the many interestingly tholling incidents in Veni the new WorldPic which on Monday and Tuesday will be shown at the Colonial Montagu Love and Barbara Castleton are starred in this and clear little Madge Evans appears in an important in the picture TOBACCO FOR THE BOYS AND AID FOR THE NURSING AMATEURS RICHARD HINCKS AND PARTY WILL PRESENT FOUR LITTLE PLAYS ENTITLED iTHE CHANGELING By THE Daisy McGeoch Lily Tiniley THE Pinew IN THE MAJESTIC THEATRE TONIGHT COMMENCING AT iurv TICKET write tlio name of the soldier on the back with youi hand it in at the Theatre and well 110 est HeUge a If you attend the v a ticltet ml mail It to Allan 308 7th any tlmo prior to and a parcel will go forward to the boy iTyou wish the proceeds of tho ticket to go to Nuntog Mission Nursing Mission cm ihe Tickets left Wartk will help tho tobacco ;