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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta riiK DissatisfacTtidfl teads ifo Requeat � For Strict Regard of The ^ Reg^ulations , '-!;-....-. :aBp-0.j�,iijd----wowy; ,: |c(r, 28.-A. .1. : ilaltour, i ho foi'eigii secretary, : in rccnivi'iK tho American cor- ? i-e.siioiKlciiis lIUs afternoon said that Vn s'/|(!nt WilBon'H visit to Kjif;l:uiil had boon not only a > K!)(!c.1aciil;ir Buccnss. , but that ? - it h.'Kl Kfiii" fo tlio heni-is of toe Piritisli iii'iiple. U. vvould liave ''' results (11 the largest imporl- ? ancc 10 ilii' wlioio world. I* ? ? ? ? ? : : > sia-}\ad .'!u,(i'r;|-cd foi-. yv/.iys �� and notliing I ,took did me ii;:y g-nod. I' read about 'Fruit-a-tiAf.^s'; and cried tliera. Aj'to- tnkiiij; a few boxes, I am iwiv cniirely xvrH. You " have my permission io pul)lis-,!i tliis letter, as I ho|ic it will p--~r.siiade other .suffcrer.s from �Dy.sppp.'jja to take 'Fruit-a-lives' and-gi't weil". � ' ilAnAMR PvOSINA Fi:).TSIZ. "Fruit-a-tives" tlioonlyinCdicino In the world m/ide from fruit. 50c. a box; 6 for $2.50. trial .size 25c. At all dealers or s?ut postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-lives .Limited, Ottawa. . , ? ? ; ? ? ? > > : ? : li* ? THE TIMES' TRIBUTE TO WdODROW WILSON '��/UQNDOX, Dec. 'ag.-^.llSritisli, America. He will learn in ? otiier Ways ho\v.'truly Englisli lUalesmeir value the ideal.=; he iias done ^fio much to malre popular and iiow ninoh real worli: they have done in their practical-development. mi m\mm Hi CELEBRATED WAR DRAWING' On thcfWar Savings. Sttinips recent-I iy issued is a splendid repro.dvction in miniature of Partridge's famous drawing of,.,the Canadian at "^jires. I'lrstt published in Punch, it made a decided hit and in Canada is one oi t:i(ii luost.popuiar .of war pictures.. In 1017, when Sir, Thomas White first cOntbmplated the launching of the U'ar Savings movement,, ho asked the proprietors of Punch to grant permission to reproduce tiie dra-wmg on the War Savings .Stamps, This was readily granted .frefe of charge II i.s expcctcd'tliat i.-nmerliate steps wiii l.)o taken (j'ytiie dominion govern-mwit. tov.-ai;ds the �^coi-ganizatioii and o::lt'n.-i6ii of.t1i,c,,,M(junlod Police force ahnn; th(! .lines, whi-li have been, outlined iii diopa'tniieB from Ottawa. Tho reartjuKlrann't .wilt'rweiuire the shifting of niuir>' of tlie -jjiieKniit .officars of tlie lorre. � .H'-Lellil)i-idgn is to lie headquarters Inr tho saurli half of. the province, it .is fully expected tli.-^it Siipt. Penne-fatlioV: v/l!l remai^. in charge of the enlarged'division. -'Supt. flames, of -.Waclcod,-.wJio charge of ,yio div-JKioir formerly loenloi) there, may be i giVRU charge of the Alanitoha division I with - hoadfiuartijrs .it Winnipeg. ft I i.-i underHtood that/Kupt. .Starnes is .'now on his v/ay to ,receive instructions in tlie nK'i'.toi-. ' Supt. Fitz-Horrigiui who has l)i''.ii in (jiiarge at Calgary,-may beshifle'l to superintendent of the B. C. division, while Sujit. Wrougliton, .foruiKi-ly of Dawson, who lias been in char.(,'(' at ISdmonton, nil! likely remain tln'r*,' in charge of UiB northern' half of I Ik; division. Assistant Comnii)^--;(>ner J. O. -Wilson, formerly .supt, oI the Lethbridge division, va at presciit on leave of absence, he having r';signed following Altliough definite Pews of building activiticH ill Lethbridge during the coming ypar i.-i hard to secure, a number of -\vell-d(M'ined rumors aro going the rouncl;.. which indicate tliat the post-->var a.-tiviiy in the building line will bo fiii.'iy Ki-eat, provided the high prices pi-ovailiug for building materials do no! interfere with plana of prospective Imilders. Among ilio niinor.'; is one that a large whole^:!le concern has purchased propnny in tho business district, easily available to spur trackage, and will open up here this year. Another report states that a large new garage is iilcely to -be erected on Sixth street .south. Still another re- Ihc rcsl.fjnat/iin of Commissioner Perry i port lia.s it that two of the banks However, it is possible, -'------'..... -' - ------ that now, following tho re-organi-at is estimated ' �f "'e .?i',5,p00,000 national hous-for the end .of th4-"year at 16.5,2Bl;,uOO j in^- scheme. bushels-of-^y'ea^'A.-repoijt. made on; On the whole, however, there Is a Dec. 11 . by th>i'Australian wheat bright outlook in the building line for board-and received by the, department Hie coming year, and indications are -� � ' that-i-eturned soldiers who are skilled NEW yoniC Dec, 28,-In its leading editorial tliis morning, under the caption "More than Idn," tlio Trihune says: "The spontaneous outpouring of English enthusiasm for President Wilson is a splendid day's work for the peace of tho v.'orld. It recorded in striking fashion the undoubted fact of the. war that English autl .American hea.rts were'never .so unitefl, never so clear in their mutual trust and good will. For such ' opportunities of .public expre.'jsion and national good fellowship every one can unite in appreciation of Mr. Wilson's venture overseas. 'Tiiere i.s an old saw that applies with homely force to the new Anglo-American entente, 'fate gives iis our relatives,-thank Goji wo can choose our friends.' "It was as relatives, as .'emote cou'.ins, that our national quarrels \ and any later lack of warmth in the past has sprung. Tte fundainent^fai ; bond was always strong, as strong as : our c&ntury of peace records. But > .'jpccirK-ally there .was much friction; and misunderstanding-as in every ', family. Today with a great war won ; through our comradeship in arms, i afloat and ashore, it is as friends ; joined in a great common venture that | v,'c greet Britons the world around, j Blood relationship in a weak bond by comparison with this unity of ideals, of goalr of purpose. We liave come to see, the great aims of our civilization,, our democracy, ..our will toward justice, righteousness and the citizens of the great,British commonwealths, Can^a, Australia, New Zealand, and England. We are proud of ^our common speech and literature and law, but prouder still that upon this ancient foundation we now dedicated this new friendship, born of a common hope and faith and service. 'It is to a great people, who are our kin in all things of tho spirit that our liearts go out in this hour of, greeting and conijord. We honor'a friendship four-square to all the winds, which shall outstand the changing years and every gust of passion."' .lames f'"o\yler, of Deseronto, Ont,, formerly of tho school of techno1""-v at Calgary, has been appointed to tho staff of the Stratlicona high school, Edmonton, Royal Arrowroot ' Biscuit A strengthening fooM for child or grown up* Makes brawn and muscle -a richly flavored Soda Biscuit, -salted or plain, -in striped packages only. Northwest Biscuit Qo. Edmonton LIMITED Retina Saskatoon CoStfary -VsLncouver 87 CantLila Food Board Ucensi Mo. 11-W2 NE\Y YORll ' Dec, .28,--i]g,^patclies: to Dun's vfeVj^jx. frdnuiirari'ailfe Mt the R. G. Dun and conipauy in the leali--ing centres of "'Oanad'a iifdlcatei lhat retail- trade ftaa' be.eii - well tip to � expectations^ particularly -in- Christmas speciaUiea, but- tl^ajt. t'hp ^quief conditions customary at this. P.erioj;l prevail in'w.h.oles.ale.'ilines,-. Ai^ -mosLr-pojiits-merchantsi are. vety coniieriv'-at^ve-- iii  purcljasing for future dfeliyery, ],p!i!nly.| of trade and co.iJjmorce .sjiows . that �stock!5 lipid by�e.n a?nd- die-tlien tli'j 1r lOirt-fa'at. ^A' Utile Drfntltiririe toni^lit-^-noW-any. time-wilt surely isaviK'ypiir hStlr. / -V : Get! a small Ijotlle -of Ivnowltou's ijlanderlne from any-'drhg stnro,/or -jAiiveiUaLment. exi>ofli(ion"i-h Paub in I'liiO oi 1931 pipperty and Iosb olti. oa nv bombing ll^iShnek's, (addressing^'tha Dui;e; ,nf,j^,^^^t upwfird of half her-Industry and at Folkestone and^otbor places. Before Coiiiia:ught) niy ^ords, -your ,exco)]en-'l-,l,'^i,,,,^'p^trnvpil hv- 'rthe war 1___�L, J:..t.�I., Uio vai a Canadian �im sec^�ed . '^f i ^adies,aU .ge,tlem,en,., S pr�,^ eye IS immediately suppi,v contract In-Peru. After the eilce tor llio presideiit. of ^tlje-.United |ti,pg.,,,j rehabilitation wilkbe for ; restored. As Nan haS SOld the war the Peruvian, firm wont on, the States, 4here was-a burst-of Jieartyj-l;j,,v vpbniidinc.'t'ke factories' and L j. , r i i . Br.tiHh bJackliBt It claims "eutiality {although docoraus; enthusiasm tvlth l^^^';,;-^,!! for a fabuloiJSj SUm it is impossible for the man to return it, but Nan manages to t j get it back in the nick of time and saves his life. This is but siroycd or. stripped of their maohin-1 one of thc many interestingly ery; that almost 12,000,000 liead of' , .,. . . , . li^r �,cai-6ib lytyo .seized, jiiatthoima;ifls of j thra^ mcments m Ven7 geanc^," the new World-Picture, which on Monday and is nothing so d'estriictive tolhil"Uon ot the BiitisU authoiittos and severed Its .Imslaiess.' connection Peru, but it seeks cotBTienBation. AMERICAN SOLDIERS BACK nstructinK and pur-" de Billy, dep-  , -,..uuy, hlgji. com'misaionar of .Uio French ighter ^voin-. with -a-- porsoiml  touc*.' j y^^^, declared' here today. Re He. described^ hi)nsolf not as a cold .tmg;, t^., Agures, he declared that ttilking.-nmehiiie, but. With aometPinig , 2G,ood factories in the French districts of Scotch caution, tempered hy a:1ik-1 o^^ypfe^l , the Germans ^Vere doing of inaurgencie.s, v.Oiich could liave ' no other than a free outlet. Ilia; explanation 'of the-broaicing t/i'the precedent in coining to Kuro'pe becausfUie thouglit consultation'was a duty abwe ill others, was applauded as'was, liis quotation from' Charles La^ih 'that one cpuld,not ^lat.e a ,nian whom, )ie knejji'. -. � .' ' ': �-'.HUGE' .i�LEVATOR BURNEI3' PpRTAGK.'JA'i^JlAmiB, MknVRec^^ 27..--Fire,-do.'3t!-{)ybd'' the huge !e)evator of'.'Woddward"aha,^brapany (le'ro'yos-, torday. m.ornihg;; .wjth a loss.' CKtiniat-ed" at from $4'60,6'0i) to $450,000, fully covt>red,.T)y iuSuraifcc. ..The origin,of tho flro 'is littknowh. 'miloa of farm land'de-\festated by shells was made unlit for cultivation; that the n,fe(r ship tpnnage, through sinking and enforced curtailment in IJl^'oOuction was 07ft,ppp to"i)s and tliat (.lie''inoiietary cost 6f the conflict in ap-pro^Tiatioiia and piiblla. debt aggregat-i,;^a'',158,000,000,000' franc's. DESTROYEID BARRACKS, \ ST. JOHN, N.I!., rViig,,J>g.-Fire dur-iiig last night destrgj'fetr th.g new TililUliry barracks p;riartrJdg| JsjAhd at'the entrance to tli'e Uarboi*. TpesHay will he shown at the Colonial theatre. Montagu Love and Barbara Castleton are ^tarred in this production, and dear little Madge' EvansS appears in an import�^t role in the picture TOBACCO FOR, THE BO�^ AND AID FOR THE NURSING; MISSION. t AMATEURS (MR.-RICHARD HINCKS AND PARTY) WILL PRESENT FOUK LITTLE PLAYS ENTITLED 'THE CHANGELING".- - - -. - -By W.W. Jacobs "THE COLLABORATORS" - - - - By Daisy McGeoch "CINDERS" - -......,......By Lily Tinsley "THE aAYGOERS" - - - - - - � ^y A. W. Pjnero IN |HE MAJESTIC Theatre COMMENCING AT 8:30 Admission by ticket - r 50 Cents Each BUX A TICKBT,^ write tile name ot the soldier on the-bdck: 'together with your owft name, hand it In at the Theatre ana -w^'U V; do'the re^t. He'll get a patfcel. II you cannot attend the performanci^ n -, | buy a ticket and mail irto Mr. Allan McAlpln, 308 .7th Ave. Ar^p,.;i: any time prior to Dec. 27, and a parcel v/ill go forward to the ^Qy'Y you name'. �, ; - ' , ,k , ^ , '. , 11^, If you -ivis'h the proceeds of ttio ticket'to go to the Nurslngj'. Mission .writs "Nursing Mission" on the baifk. Tickets left'M'aAk't, will help tlie tobacco fund. � ' .s. /ii.^^^^^, TICKETS ON SALE AT ALL DRUG"^ST0R�S i 2379 1166 ;