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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRHHiB DAILY I1EIUU) SATURDAY, DECEMBEB DISTRICT NEWS MOINMICAIIOi enable the fMMren to eo out without comics through '.ho main vestibule. On ascending the main stairoisc to the lirst lanJIr.s one CIMIIM to n larsa hall oat ol whlrh are tbe entrances to two cloak rooms and the two Isrfe clesi-j both ot these classrooms bcins SO 23 fowl, and these are ex- peeled to be larce enough accoramo-Ja- lion for some time. The classroom? arc im o( lhf) lruJlMi bdns ,0 maxe -IcX school house which is bems er- Ilh8 on< 0( the In tho .ctwl here Is BOW practically comi'lsie' There is also an of- aud will be ready for tbe opening of jjce siiuated oa ilia second landius school on January Slh The anj between the two classrooms 'designer ami contractor. C. Petti- whlch will lie used lor meetings ler ot Calgary, certainly deserves a c( ihe tmrii. etc. At the back end word ol praise for tlie r.-.-at way in 0( the first hall there is a vlstforai which the buildins was designed aud tram which eteps leail down lo the also for the expeditious way in which ground. Aliple flooring has been used il has been erected. Tile building through the building and all the stands on about o acres of ground finishings is in keeping. fiii-ej die (own ;o Ihe north with a r s anj family moved back frontaso of feet tbe depth hems lmo iast Saturday and will 39 feet, and has a lofty basement ivitlt ov. be here permanently. two commodious classrooms above. x, KUpatrlck spent the Christ- On entering the. vestibule, which is mjs vislItB5 at Olds. J1.3 by 1 feet oce goes through swing I Jlr and Mrj j Harris and Verna doors onto a landing leading to two spenl tQe season In Lethbridge staircases, one going up to the class-. at [i05Jiters. The Dangerous Condition Wtki Well Known Dtteuet. rooms on the forst floor and the other had.been pre- 't down to the basement. At the too; o' ;EEntcj to. tbe local branch of the fied tho basemen! stairs there is a Urge :Cross here were raffled for Jiall 16 feet by 11.3 feet, out ol which ,a5t people being cipens wo large rooms, boih 2S.O feet i Mr ALhel a'nil Mr Conriet. A book by 23 feet large. One of these will of ticliets ,rere kepl lu'eacli of the lie used as a manual training room and lhe sale o[ them at tho tor the boys and Ihe other as a room slora tcionEjng to Ihe Noble Founda- for domestic science lor the girls. Both ud__ 530 whtle that at ct these rooms can be used as play- aBj Hunt's store broujhi In roon's in wet or cold weather and are JIOEO The ]Qcal Committe8 desire adniirably adapted for either purpose. to lhank (.oe vvho presented the At the rear, end ot these rooms are i turkcvs for her generous'gift. During the furnace and fuel rooms. week lhej. rcceived a ol which there ore two Installed ot a donation at {10.00 froai Mr. A.-Ander- sufficient capacity to thoroughly heat !sotl Of xewlands the building even in the. coldest wea- HOWTOGUARDAGAiNST THIS TROUBLE -1 Fnjit Protect You Autoiutoxicjtioa moans self-poison- Ing, caused by ccmtfnuuus or partial constipaticm, or insufficient action of the bo-veLs. lustead ofthe reruse matter passing daily from the body, it is absorbed by the blooJ. As a reati! I, the Ktdntys anj arfct'ftttvrtfj, m their "iToris to riil the blood of this this way ther. At the rear end of the building there is also a separated staircase to Mrs. Thrifty Wants to Meet You. DRINK Coca 5c a bottle At your dialers or we deliver a. Caie of 24 hali-pint Bottles To Any Part of the City for (Bottles to be returned when empty.) Sole Bottling Agents for Leth- bridge District. Purity Bottling Works Corner 4th Avenue i 4th St. S. Phone 1501 Mr. Ebberly of.the Merchants liank at TMUnarch was away tor the holidays and on his return on Wednesday night brought back his bride with him. Con- gratulations are now In order for them both. On Sunday evening the Jocal pastor. Rev. J. A. Leslie, preached a special sermon on Christmas which was thor- oughly enjoyed by all [hose, present. Mr. Wilson ot the local branch of the Merchants Bank spent the festive season in I-cthbridgc. 'The holidays were spent here very quietly by thostf who were unable to get away and, the feeling of all was that this would ba the last Christmas of the war. o.ourouljii be causes Indirection, Loss of Appelile aud Disturbed Stomich. It may pro- duce Headaches and Sleeplessness. may it'rilntf the Kidneys and bring on Pain in the Back, Kheumaiism, Gout, and Kiieumaiic I'ains. It is the chief cause of and keeps Ike tthole jti stem unhmlth v by t CO nsUnt absorp- tion in to tho blood matter. ''Frvit-i-tiivs" rrillafaMyiturc Auto-, infajifjtion or self-poisoning as Fruit-a-Uves acts genily ou bowels, kidneys and slrcngthons tV-.a bowels an i] to the nor vo us system. Me. a bos, 6 for f3.50, trial 25c. At aU dealers or sent postpaid ou rccelptof price Limited, Ottam. ago anil was taken out as fast as it could bo gotten out ot the car. It was badly needed as some .families wero entirely oul. Gooll prices tor wheat and hay aru ot small avail when fuel cannot ba procured. Mr. mid Mrs. Jno. Oloren end Krfd Caloreu Mve moved into towi, for the winter, from their ranch north of here. They Xrass. In Lethbrldge. Thos. Bennett Is In receipt of a letter from his nephuw, under date Xov. ith, from the British force near Jerusalem. He is no doubt a mem- ber of the garrison guarding the Holy at present. FltONT NEW DAYTON tKrom Our Own Corrcfpoinltntv New Da? ton. Div, auJ Mrs J. R Momeou and family gone to California for the winter. t Miss McArtluir, teacher of the junior grades, who lias1, resigned, her position In !he schoul to Calgary Saturday last. Tlit school uhtMreii umler the very able tuition of .MUs gave a very creditable 'avcounl ot themselves at the Christmas tree eutenatument DU Friday night last. Frank Htnvlell of tho J'ioneer Kleva- tor Co, has on r. trip to Lacmiilie, Mr. ami .Mrs, Dr. Mct'allum were LethbriJgo visitors WcJnesilay Thursday last, as also was Reeves. A dance nt more than usual Import- ance was hehl iu thev Hoyd billiard hall Christmas eve, when a large num- ber turtle.! out. Considerable interest was taken in tlie debate between Per- cy Fislier anil Albin OstlunO on the- all important gubfect. "Should a married man whose wife does hot like dancing go to dances himself.'1 Mr. Fisher, whu took the affirmative, was declared de- feated by a large majority. Our Own nd en E) MarJeod. Dec, trees and children n'ferer grow old, this was proven Friday evening at the Church j of England, when ball was j crowded to see ihe Christmas tree for their Sunday school and receive gifts direct from Santa Clans. Key. i C. S. Gray bad charge of all the pro-, 'gram which was well carried out and all the children went home satisfied I with Santa's visit. Mr. and Mra. C, Grlerirbo have teen visiting In ILe eastern provinces, re- turned for Christmas and are delight- ed to be home in Alberta once more. The Maeleod branch of the Social Service Leagce and Methodist Sunday school, passed a strong resolution which was forwarded to the govern- ment. congratulating, them oa the legislation passed for Dominion-wide prohibition, On evening while lire- paring for the Christmas tree enter- tainment, Mrs. (Iley.l Lewis acciden- tally fell down the cellar stair, receiv- ing severe bruises and a'general shak- ing up. The doctor reports no bones broken, but she will not be able to go about again this year. In a private letter, from a friecd in Halifax, a lady tells of her little gtrl liaving gone to .school, the building was destroyed, all the children, being liillad but this 'little'' girl, the mothjr and baby were recovering ia a hos- pital, her husband went to look for their home, this was gone from the first floor up, everything was ex- cept the piano, on which, aiood a clodk which was ticking avray, and tbe piano was ant damaged. Real winter weaiher, 15 to 20 de- grees below zero this week, and plen- ty of snow, just the kind of weather that will prepare the prairie for the great crop of grass and hay, and the OXEFQUR NEWS One Four, Dec. was a quiet affair owing to a blizzard most of thn day, only a few voters turned out, Tho count of the ballots returned ,a solid vote for ihe Uniamcandirtate. Alex. was the deputy returning of- j ftcer and Samuel Cross the clerk. Invitations are out Jor the "wedding of llattie Elizabeth Slcicum and -5fqel Bartholotnew to take place .Christmas Day at tbe home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs; E. Slocum .on Section 30. In listing the Voters for this L division the eunmerr.tor found more residents who are not British subjects, than there are qualified voters. This is something tliat should be changed greater crop of season of 101S. in the coming The Red Cross are now receiving contributions for. the 'Halifax. Kelief Fund. Curling is now well under the ire opOJTitlug conditions upon i and later on came Increase costs ot fuel, labor and material, these con- ditions have reacted unfavorably on American railway securities by mak- ing investors afraid to venture their money In them, .nany o! the roads h-ive therefore been unable lo make the necessary extensions of facilities without wlilcli it impossible to handle thi immeiuo'traftic offering since the war started as promptly as would otherwlss have 'jeeu the case. "Those, In chiirgo of American roads ara after all, men with a sense ot busi- ness honor and therefore of respon- sibility lor tbe ot (be proper in their charge. Anyone will admit that., each ot these managers up to the present has been brought to feel that he could not Mfurd to hove tags of his roail sacrificed by reduc- tion of special services which would reduce tho income of liia road and give his competitors undue advantage in the struggle for patronage. He Is now ;o be relieved of lib worries in respect, Us net profits guaranteed toad would try to eliminate competi- tive features. The immediate conven- ience of the public may suffer lo some extent but the real interests of tho na- tion .will be protected. "How does tlie American situation differ from the situation in he was asked. "It differs in three things: Canadian roads been dealing with war conditions sinco August, lSl4. The American, for only a few months. chief railroads, unlike tbe American roads, aro nation ivlde in organization and operation. In UealEug with naliou-wfilG conditions each Canadian transcontinental has unity 61 control over its own coaat coast tralflc but in tho U. S. strategic manipulation of traffic has beeii most difficult owing to the fact that there 13 no 'American railway, singly control- led, running from Atlantic to Pacific, Control ot American coast to coast movements can only be had by join- ing up many "different roads each with food value of cocoa has been proven by centuries of use, and dietitians and phj-- sicians the world over are enthusiastic in their endorse- ments of it. It is said to con- tain more nourishment than beef, in a more readily assimi- form. The choice, how- be a high-grade of course. IT IS DELICIOUS, TOO Trade-mark on every package Made only by WALTER BAKER CO. Limited Montreal, Can. Dorchester, Mass. Established ITSO a different managenKnt and different j (act that there arc ia before another election. ,Those not the U. S. seren hundred railways' j whereas in Canada there, are only ree.large systems, and less than stxty ads counting small aud large as well, ade the work of the American rail- ay war board difficult of success, lite on the other lianrt the work of Canadian railway war board lias ready been of marked service to the unify, A war board that can co-or- nate the activities of three or four Z lines laces a very different pro- lakton when the "number roads is .iseil by hundreds upon hundreds. In anada ioday: shortages on one road tafcen care ol out of the irpliises.qn aisler Congestion one is "handled" by1, all the'roads brking In. concert through the Cana- an railway board. Although, owing American conditions Canada is still icrt many thousands of her own cars etalned In the United States, in the eantime the shortages in sufrli things s potato cars, apple cars, r engines, trackage or terminal fa- lilies, arc constantly and almost in antly met through the Canadian rail- ay war board. Needless to say the about routirtg of freight which as one of the features of American .ihvay competition does not exist in the first practical step in tho. government's op- eration railroads, which' began at noon today, Director General McAdoo dratted the railroad war .-board; into the government service' to work but plans of unified operation subinit them lo hirr- for approval. The following five railroad execu- tives, each a leader1 in the business of various rinks have already began transportation, will work out'the plan their competitions for the season. for .welding of railroad At the annual meeting of the agric- into one great continental system for ultural society the old officers were re-elected. They decided to hold an exhibition in two days. The Southern Alberta Creamery As- sociation held their annual meeting on Saturday, when the executive elected. NEW YEAR'S OPENING JANUARY 3, 1918 f Day. and Evening Classes ALL COMMERCIAL FRENCH CLASS FD lo out repilu lobjecti t In will be con- ducted In con nee I Ion with oar Night School Cf LL, WRITE OK PHONE FOR FULL INFORMATION Garbutt Business College Ofttct Photw 1315 411 Mh Strett a. Reildence Phone 1531 j A. M. Pishtr, Principal Ofttee open for every ifternoon during the hoddayt from 2.30 to 5.30. Gentlemen: The following an extract from the Monthly Report SLJf iiBR Expenditures of the LeLhbridgr} Municipal Railway; Iowcr< and Coal for Mnuth of November. (The f does not Include Sinking Fund, Debenture Interest, Fire Insur- COALDALE CFrom Our Own Coaldale, pec. MacLeod and daughter, Mary, are the guests of D. P. McCormfck over the holiday season. Mrs.' Clapp of Edmonton, Is visiting her daughter, -Mrs. (Rev.) J. 51. Faw- cett, at the Miss Gertrude Honsysett, a student at Claresholm Agricultural school, Is spending the Christmas .vacation at ler home here. i The Coal dale club gave mother of thefr enjoyable dances on Thursday evening, Dec. ZOth. This is reported to have hecn the best dance In our town for some time, We omit- ted mention .of ft in our.last week's news quite unintentionally. We thought we had developed into a regular town last weeX when vre received the Intimation that we were to have a picture show hero on Satur- day evenly'. But we'were doomed to disappointment. We wevo there but the operator dltl not put In an appear- ance. So we still have to go away from home to see tho Mrs, Gusty Johnson arrived'on 51 on- winning the war: Fairfax Harrison, president ot the Southern Railway; Julius Krultsch nitt, chairman of the, board of the Southern Pacific; Samuel R6a, presi- dent of the Pennsylvania; Hale Hoi- president of the Burlington; How- ard Elliott, of the New Haven. At noon today the approximately miles of American railways system silently merged into one greal continental chain for the winning bl fhe war. Under President Wilson's decision the great event, regarded by many as the opening of- a new. epoch in government operation anoV'conlrp: of public utilities, passed by without any formal ceremony. Director Gen, eral McAdoo was conferring at time with the members of the road's war board E Robert S. Lov ett, chairman of committee. The members of ihe war railroad, executives, who have beer working, within the limitations 'o do.what the government.Usel upiy proposes to accomplish, pledget their support lo the Bd ministration as has practically every railroad man in Orders for the actual unification, o the lines, common use of facilities ant equipment, which expected l< raise the freight jam Immediately-wll be" the first results. At tho conclusion of the conference with the railroad heads, Mr. McAdpfl announced that he had called oh Ih members of the railroad war board tc day morning from Boyd, Wh tojwork oul a general plan of operation H Is Indicated that the war board wil continue as the operating body .Ui charge of tbe country's reads. VV Lsthbrldge, Aita., December 27th, 1517. To foat-Ratepayers of the Clly of Ulhbrldge, and TAtes.) Btrwt Expensa 3.501.28 11.131.89 Expense JW63.14 1017 Earnings 8 1.805. tO 1910 Earnings t 3.755.42 11.513.41 55U4 266.83 Kaln J ,632.28 spend the winter with her son, Eddie Johnson, lit the Ellison Co.'s elevator here. Sho was joined later In Iho day b? her daughter, Ellen Johnson, ol Owinza, Idaho. JHss Johnson, it wlil he rememhercd, spent the summer in Coaldale, and has returned to re- main [or some time. She has nccurcd [he Cameron ranch school for the corn- ing term. Both Johnson and Miss Johnson will be welcome fn Coaldale. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Poiter have moved oul to the ftalne ranch for Ihe winter, during (he Mr. anil Mrs. Dalne on a visit east to Mlnne.j anolls and vicinity. The church serylce bsl Sunday was of a Christmas, character and appro- priate lo the season. Santa Clans made Ills regular visits on Monday nlghl, and judging from all reports has not lost an; of his old. time good nature and kind-hearted- neas. The severe 'weather with deep and crust Is matihig It cult for Block lo rustle and Et Chinook woold' be welcotno (lmo in make pasture accessible replenish 1 -nt it lno walcr supply. 150.S1 M. FREEMAN, Commissioner. Messrs. Lancaster and Paulson, con- tractors, r.re spending the holiday KCI- son with their families In Calgary, car of coararrlved A day or Washington. Dec. committee today resumed fnreillga ion of tho coal situation, witi f Colver, of tho Moral trade, COmttl Elon, continuing on (he stand. Colve did not twlleve the Uniteu State should send coal to or and said I-ord Norlhcllffo (old hlni that Kngland has enough coal Krouncl lo supply all Europe "Why is It pcoDla were freeilni; Franco last year and tho America Ambassador was unatle to keep h Paris Senator "Transportation, swercd Col re r. "I think they It ICTOM channel If England had aneda. High-grade American Dentistry 10 REDUCTION IT IS A FATAL ERROR TO PUT OFF YOUR VISIT TO THE DENTIST. EACH DAY'S DELAY BUT SERVES TO INTENSIFY TOOTH TROUBLE. What is a minor mailer today, easily remedied at slight cost, will become in time n' dangerous menace to your health, antl al- though Vio-tooth trouble Is beyond our skill of correction, It Is better for you that the trouble Ebould be arrested In its early stages. We have likened the first decayed tooth lo the rolten apples In Inn barrel ot sound ones.. Unless removed !t will, quickly spread Its' decay to the olhereJ. -Act obey that impulse. Consult us today and i( fear still holds you back remember DENTISTRY AS WE PRACTISE IT IS A GENTLE ART1 Bruaer, Richards anil Nelson OTT 4 DOORS FROM LETHBRIDQE HOTEL LETHBRIDGC, ALBERTA CALGARY 115 A EIGHTH AVENUE E, EDMONTON 3 CRISTALL 'BLOCK THE HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. j' Week Christmas An ideal uselul every day Three-Quart "Wear-Ever" Aluminum Covered Sauce Pan For Only 1.10 and Coupon if presented Dec. 20th to 30th, 1917. Replace utensils that wear out with utensils that "Wear-Ever" Aluminum utensils are the same." That's why so many women prefer "Wear-Em." Get this see -for yiHreelf the difference. Refuse sub- stitutes. Clip the Coupon--- present it TODAY and get one of these durable "Wear-EVer" Keltles, THE HICK- SEHL HARDWARE CO. ;