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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta UU, 11H6 TIIE LETHBR1DGK DAILY HEHALD PAGE SEVEX We have still a limited number No. 1 Turkeys left. Every bird guaranteed young and tender, and any weight you want from 5 to 25 Ibs, each. These will be sold on Saturday at per Ib. Make Your Selection in order that you may not be disappointed, as they will go quickly at above price P BURNS CO., LT DOMINION MARKET COR. FOURTH AVE 4 SIXTH ST. S. PHONE 1654 MAIN MARKET THIRD AVENUES. PHONES 412 and 1388 PALACE MARKET THIRTEENTH STREET N. PHONE 431 War Aspect, London; The women of England doing their duty. They are taking care of the woundedv or if they cannot assist in work of that kind they are adding their savings to promote the good work. They are knitting and sewing for the soldiers at the front The suffiragtstfl havo given so little trouble to the government that it-will undoubtedly soften the hearta of those m Parliament, ainco the ionta jtuivo turned all their energies to aid tho fighting men 'of England, and BO sufferage may soon come after this terrible war is over: Thousands of women in Canada Have overcome- their and _ have been cured of woman's ilia oy Dr. Pierce'a Favorite Prescription This temperance medicine, though started nearly half a century ago, sells most widely to-day, because it is raade' without alcohol OP nartotica. It can now be had ut tablet form well as liquid, and every woman who fljuTers from backache, headache, nervousness, should take this "Prescrip- tion" of Dr. Pierce. .It is prepared "from nature's roots and herbs and does not tontuin a particle of alcohol or anv nar- cotic It's not a secret prescription for ita mgrsdisais are prmtea oa wrapper. _ Many a woman IB nervous and irri- table, teds dragged down nnd worn out for no reason that she .can think of. In junelj-nlne per cent of these cases )fc !s the womanly organism that requires attention; the weak bark, dizzy spells and black circles about the eyes, are only ymptujnt Go to the source of trouble. hMTien thnt is corrected the other symp- tomB disappear {CONTINUED I'HQM FRONT FAGS) St. Thomas, wish to eay for the benefit of other .women who suffer tffat I Recommend Dr. Pierce'e Favorite Prescription as a great help I have personally recommended the same to man) who m turn have been helped a mat deal by its me .1 BOWDBS. 19 OliTer St, fet, Thomas, Om. came president of the Conservative association for Quebec province Mr Casgrain in 1911 was appointed bj the King; a. member of the, international joint waterways commission, and the following ..year he became 'chairman of: the Canadian He a sworn member ot the onvj Council ot Canada and became .postmaster-genr eral' October 20, !1914. and was elected by acclamation to the of com- moris for the county of .Quebec :the moils' for the county of Quebec twice married, the second time, in February, 1915, to Madame Reive Mas son. of Paris. He left one son He was a Roma-i Catholic m religion and ,a member of many prominent clubs Borden's Tribute Ine roiiu-niug tribute to his late 'colleague was given out by Sir Rob ert ''Bprrten today: "It is with great estTesret ami. I learn of I Mr Casgrain. s demise His illness was. brief, but for "some months he .had not been in goad'Jiealth. .For 20 :yeav.s we have been intimate friends. His conspicuous ability, big1.1 charac ter and long experience in public af- faire made lilni ,l notable figure in the political life.of Be- sides; he had a personality warm and generous nature and the most engaging manner which especi: ally endeared him'to all his intimate friends. His death is, a distinct loss to the country." (CONTIKUED FKOil gF.OKT and should be short and sharp. But there were so many points' for "elu'ci- uation nnd such complete difference of conception of the objects and pur- noses for which the two sides went to war that it was found desirable' To' extend the note to considerable length. The presence-here-of-Alex- 'andre Btbott, the.French finance min- ister, permitted the French ministry to "be represented .during the confer- ence. Unusual optimism is shown here 83 the result of the' filial 'form" which the reply has taken which is believed to be such that it-will-meet with satisfaction at Washington. The roply to -the American note will fol- low within a few days aZter the de- livery of the reply to Germany TO ALL FRENCHMEN BORN IN 1S98 The Consular Ageiu I'or France in Alberta is advising all Frenchmen bom in 1S3S, anil those who have beun omit- ted in the previous years, to claim without delay the regis- tration of their names with the French government regarding the class 1918; for this purpose have communicate Immediately with the French Consular Agent, Calgary. Davidson 3. E. Ronnai-d; .I.W., spent Christmas with .Mr. and Mrs. A. W. L. MoKenzle; treas., D. .1. Hay: secy.. J. -Jledmoiid; S.p., Gibson I J.D., ,f. S.S., P. Cull; J.S..'I C S. Crest; I.G., W. T. Ungnrrt; chap- jay mil Del Anderson lefl for here tliev have lain, A. Hayr; director of ceremonies. D. A. Simpson; tyler, E. Chaplin. Diamond City Lodge No. 65 W.5I., Or. Oep. Rose: "S.W.. .las. ftoljcrtson; J.W., 11. B. Fuller; treas., T. W. Rosere; secy., T. N. Christie; chaplain, J. Thornhill; tylcr, O. L. Puckett; S.D., D. H. Quigley; J.D., E. Lawrence; S.S.. A. Sherrit; J.S., A. Higgins, Charity Lodge No. 67 W.JI-. -A. Williamson: S.W.. A. C. Lakie; J.W.. li. B. ilorden; Ireas., Ueo. Jlarnes; secy.. A. S. Dupen; chaplain, .1. Gllaiore; tyler, S. Jones; I S.D., Jas. Horn; J.D., W. li. fery; S.S.. H. Rosaino; J.S...D. Slain; D. of C.. Geo. Seott; I.G.. Peter Horn. I .Mr. Abbott lias been on the sick list but is about well again. Many tickets have been sold for thf patriotic dance tonight, Mr. Duni selling the largest number. A goot crowd is expected as the weather bat moderated a little. ALDERMAN HEAVILY FINED_ London, Adam Palmer, ho at a council meeting of August 3'ff, bounced an eight-ouuee tumbler off tho head Aid William A Wil ton Tvhen iho latfer cailed him "scab" was convicted of common assault by Judge ;Talbot MacBeth this morning and was fined ?70, with "the'option of spending months in jail WH BOB was told that he had been gross- ly Insulting in his language Palmei employed as a mouldir bs the MoClary tompan} during a strike lome years ago" Judge MacBeth told JPalmer that had ho been a private citizen, rather than one whose con duct wasthailed throughout the coun try, the fine would r-aie been only nominal "BUCK" 'WAS A -REA.L DOG Canine. Hero of -The Call of, the Wild" Wai Taken From Life ..London's friend, r 0 Roej the_lltejrary_wropiietor of the IHotel Melrdse, Los Angelesv the dog of 'The Call of the written bs Jack London, and 'says "1 saw that'dbg first "in Nevada, wbenjniimng there It belonged to a mining engineer, and was a specially fine collie. But tbV dog" "got -so un- manageable that the engineer decid pd to dispose of it" Mr. London, according to-Mr. Rose, ver> fond of the dog, and was visibly affected when the owner, in response- to for .dogs for the north, sold the pet to traders operating in Alaska 'This gave Jack London tlis germ and im pulse for" that wonderful Mr Roe, said and one can see how he threw his 'best' irito the hardships: of the dog trained in civilization, and then-sold into the wilds The New Edison Diamond Ambrola is the world's Uni- versal Musical Instrument HAVE YOU ONE 1 COME AND HEAR IT! jou have one come and solect some new records We as complete a stock as can be secured Jjmre us jour name and address and we will you a. list of the new records listed each montli SEE US. YQU ARE ALWAYS .WELCOME. The Assiniboia Music Co. Ltd "EVERYTHING MUSICAL" SIXTH STREET SOUTH, (NEAR LETHBRIDOC New York, Dec. muni- tions orders amounting to hundreds of millions dollars are being placed with Canadian manufacturers, accord- ing to the New Tort-Times this morn- ing, on information said to have been obtained in bankine mi rtora I diiy It was learned that -within the last few days an order for shells larger than the biggest contract placed in this country last year had been'lodged with the Montreal Locomotive Com- pany, Ltd. An estimate on this order was between and Steel manufacturers have knowin for several months that few. more, orders for completed shells would come to the United States, but it was not a matter of general knowledge that Canada was slated to take up a vast part of the work. News that Canada had developed to handle a shell business which may amount to fully next year; was sur- prising to many persons of the fliiau- cial district, who recalled that} last paits of a number of Canadlail .orders were sublqt In this country. Prominent bankers expressed the opinion that Canada can get all tne funds sbe requires to finance her con- tracts in the New York market. UPTHECOLDSNAP The cold snap got Us back, broken last night when the wind switched, to the sojuthwest, sending along a gen tie cbinook which jumDcd the mer- cury from 30 below to well above the 7eio maik The coldest registered duilng the past 24 hours was but the chlnook made a great change, for at seven this morning the oury stood at 10 above During the forenoon the sun got in work, and bv noon the mercury not much below the freezing point At Macleod this morning the tamper ature .was still higher, .a. gale from the was blowing Me dicine Hat, however, had not felt the effects ot any chlnooU this morning, (he mercury dropping to 32 below there last nteht Saskatchewan points ranged 20 below and colder The weatherman predicts fftf to morrow a continuance of the fnlld spell, with the weather modelling in Manitoba and Saskatchewan SUIT AGAINST KELLY AND SONS HAS BEEN SETTLED Winnipeg, Dec. against Thoe. Kelly and Sous, entered bv tho Manitoba government !has been settled. No court arguments ncie necessary and the trial judges will fix the amount the firm has to re: S turn to the province this week. I It .will be considerably under a mil- lion dollars, Manitoba now drops.put. of the case as Kellj Is in the neniteu I Italy and no further action is notes sarj. A joint meeting of Star Lodge No. 4, Lcthbridge. Lodge No. Dia- mond City Lodge and Charity Lodge No. 07 A.' F. and A. M.. Q.R.A., waa held in.the Masonic hall last night' lor. the. purpose of installing the uiB- cers for IfllV. M, W. Bro. E. T. Bishop, grand mas- ter of the Grand (Lodge of Alberta, conducted the installation ceremony, M. W., Bro. Judge Jackson P.G.M.. :K. W. Bro. J. T. Uraham, P.D. D.O.M. arid other officers. following pilicers were in- stalled: North Star Lodge No. 4 W.M., D. McNabb; S.W.. H. M. Whiddington; J.W., Fred Hick; treas., Hobt. rjimmons; secy., J. Russell Oliver; 'chaplain, "E... -A. Sharman; tyJai, -D Chaplin; S.D., Allen Jack; J.D., R. L. Davisou; S.S., H. S. White: Hedley; D. ot C., J. R. Welling- ton, organist, T. S. Fefterly. Lethbridge Lodge No., 39 IPM, R W. Long; W.M., T., R. (Froin Our CorrcspondenO Burdett, Dec. W. Hurt has sold his dray line to 13. Brown. Mr. Schoonover is in charge. Mr. Hurl, expects go into the livery business at Manyberries. Sears has started -d livery barn here, .and moved to Burdett from the farm. Sir, and .Mrs. W. D. Anderson re- turned last night from Calgary.where they spent Christmas with their daugh- ter, Mrs. F. Mason and family. Miss JVIcMann closed her sdiool Friday and .left to spend the holidays in Calgary. D. Collins from Heginn. spent Christ- mas with Reber. Henry Lomas and family of SufileKi speut-.Christnias with his brother. F. Lonias and family. Mrs. Frank Bishop left to spend the winter with her parents in Nova Scotia-. .Frank .is spending the holi- days in Calgary with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hill of Champion In Cold Weather We Need to Take Special Care Of The Inner Man Food (hat produces body heat should be inirtioiilarly considered and what better can do than make our meals consist of a shave of meat. Fresh Killed Turkeys, Ducks and Chickens Give TJs Your Order for New'Yeal-'s- INDEPENDENT MEAT MARKET LINGARD BROS. 427 FIFTH ST. S.' That's what you want your guests to say about your JV Year's dinner. That's what they will say if you get your Turkey here. They'll vote your dinner a success because they'll relish it. Please let us have your order early in the morning. We've bought a I'rcih simply of turkeys for jVew Year's. They're young, tender, well fed and fresh from the farm. The Geese, Ducks, Chickens, Fowl, Grain Fed Beef, Pork and Mutton, Milk Fed Veal, Pure Pork Sausage and other holiday meats are the very finest in the land. 492 THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET Hwpkins. I'roju'ietoiv TlieOldest: Established Meat Market in the City ;