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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PARE FOUR THE LRTHBWDOR-" DAILY HKRAl.I) 12 ftei'alfc e, Hlbcrta CAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rales: Dall.r, delivered, per weeX Pally, delivered, per year Dally, by year Weekly, oy mail, per year ...5100 Crr'maiir lo repair II. During Iwo and n half years Ihl3 Injustice lias tecu rnully aieravBtcd Ly llie proceedloKs of Iho cccupThiK forces, have exhausted the resources of the coun- try, ruined lU Industries, devastated Us towns nni] villages, snJ have been respcnslbla for Innumerable cies, executions and Imprisonments." Lcl these Tacts Elnk Into llic Ger- mill mlDil. K Ihe mind Isn't complelo- ly II will awaken to the real truth that until Germany admits 11 Is PICKED UP m JPASSIJVG FOR THE BUSY on the St. I.awrencB i-i }SU'J tlicro' can't bo auy peace. Germany must pay Iho price. is tor (he neutrals, U should bo clear to Ihein, loo, that ttio nlllos arc ilelermlnft In crush Ilio inllllarlstlc, 1224 'baric liiethn-ls existent In (icrniany. I Wo'nilrow Wilton knows now what llie TELEPHONES O.Tlco K'.: Office W A. Buchanan John Torrance _ Managing Director Business Manager wer Is aljbul, nml he Knows there can I be any peace until Germany Its Pile? nl exnlry n[ filbsrrtpllor.5 ip- conceit and Us baso Ideals. Woodrow were U pcsr d 'ly on nd.lress label Accept- 1 tnce of paners aitcr enilratloa dale li "v cur minority 10 fonllnua Ihc sutucrlp- 1 call back his note and lurow It Inli IUa fireplace. Your King and Country Held yob right nowl Tho Germans' pence trick ilidii'l The Kaiser is not oil wise. If you haven't already resolved l sign that Scrvico do 1 uow. Write it write It and on cheques tor patriotic purpose mostly. .THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Tlie Somme offensive lias demon- strated ILe strength of Ihe allies, ac- cording to military, eiperls who discussing this In Ihe face of the peace proposals of Germany, and there 'could be no better time tor Ibe allies (o insist upon (heir superiority to Ihc Germans. General Hals, iu a most optimistic New Year's message, points out lhat while .ho power -ace mine p.rchas Tho German note is "empty and li say the allies. N'olliln could be more true. tho nbillty ol llie allies lo galu their objectives. Ho believes the war will be won on tho western front. The only campaign which shows but not nil from one source. The lata'-Mr. Casgraiu was tl pos master general of high ideals. Ther was no Indiscriminate beheading du lious and particularly the beheadin al'Lelhbridge. llr. Casgram was "spoils system" advocate. 'Ihe Teutons are pressing their offcn- ot com" maad. From Ihe norlheru passes l-iear down to tha Danube, huge Ger- 'ioaii forces are pressing forward, hoi the greatest advance has been on Ihe ''northern front, where the Huislan O-right flank has been forced back for tlie society columns. When r. soc, considerable distance. The allied function I? given in honor of a Let resistance'along the Danube has visitor it Is mentioned lhal si wore effect, and here the Teutons.have been prac'lically stationary -for the past week or so. The Calgary policy of ignoring Let bridge has reached the ladles euitin Is-from Toronto. Toronto would B7y proud lo claim the. all, but as for Calgary, On I he western front, tho Frencli at --'-.Verdun are again couducling an offen- .-.Bivc. GRACE MINE The public more than Hardle's estimate the L'has. u. Allen, n pramlucut Toron- mcnd uierchalil, Is dead. Wuyburu Liberals unanimously re- wlnatcd Dr, K. JI. Mitchell lor lire The deatb ol Wtu. Walsh, br o total or known dead from the uakor Oais flro at Peterboro lo 21. The first shipment ever made of heep Into the Grande Pralrlo cousi y look placa last week. Tho Sau Diego Exposition, runijlui; !or Iwo years, has just closed. Civil servants a I Ottawa uro tiBklDC lor bigger salaries. Todd CO.'B eraln warehouse at Etsffordvlllc-, Out., was destroyed liy [ire. Nellie Smith, the five year old child cf Jainus Smith, or Sirathroy, waj burned to dealh. Prohlhlllon lus forced Calcn brewery. In oiicrallon at Pc'.erbuio 1555, to close. Ci- fowler, a prominent Culearj citizen Is lenvliig lo reside In Van Po v Itsulh. n farmer llvlnn formerly lived lieglua, was burned to dcMh In mayors bv loM-nianvllle, John 11. Mitchell (tlftli it doesn't seem lo want" auy close range competition with Us feminine No Now Venr's King's Honor List 111 bo published until Ilio mlildlo o[ he month. Dr. J. li. Chabol, Sl.l'. for Ottawa, 83 been prr-molcd lo bo Ucnl.-Col. ol. Chnbol was [or years a Majo: hi he Princess l.oulso LiruBoons. Sir Thos. contemplates a urried tour through the west lo rmneuralo his N'atlonal Savings Cam- paign. Tliere will be a recount of Ihe voics n Ihe Winnipeg mayoralty election. D. J. Dysoi had a majority of 13 over Aid. DavWson. II. F. Tuck, jr., a munitions worker n v.vnl home to Omnstvillo or Christmas, conlrac'ted acute pneu- uoula aud died Tuesday morning. Francis Rlddcll, brother of lion Justice Itlddell. oi Toronto, dicil nt De Kalb, Illinois, lie wnis u'natlve of Cobourg, Out Oscar Samuetson, 'who lived with a broken hack n.1 a Chicago hosplta Tor more than ten years, re cently. Major Harriott, of Edmonton, was attached lo Ihe. Tenth battalion at Uio lime'he was voiinded at the Battle oi Ib'e Somme, has been ap- pointed chiei discharge officer for Canada. C. E- Armstrong, crown prosecu- tor at Moosa Jaw.Is dead. Ho was native of, Uoderlch. His vlfo is a daughter of Brigadier-General Itultin, of Winnipeg.' Hanover. Dr. Taylor. wlfo of llev. Dr. Oyor, former rlnclpnl of Albert college, Ilclle- illeil recently. llev. J. A. Wood, n super.liiiiualci Methodist minister, died at Ami trong, U. C. Sir George Foster Is likely to oi eiiiic-r o! tho- House of Common while Sir Is allendlni ho Imperial Conference. The N'aval Service ucpartmen Blates that ho more Canadian re- cruits for tho. uavol.air service wll required, for some lime. Ueo. (ircer wne ijlccicil mayor or Cobpu'rg by ncclatuatlou. Juo Illchs, barrister, of .Macleod, Is jieulng a. lr.v ofilce at Grunuiu at tUo i'Slniilns of Iho n'jw year. The aldennanlc and city officials of edlclno Hal presented retlilug May r Jfawtliome with 3 duo big anJ re, Hawthorne wllh n, silver Iroy. lilgh pi Ices paid for collon have du'ccd economy In picking mid liar- '-'us tlie aoulheni co'-iuu crops, Jlelilj now beltiB closely e'eancd Qltonsced oil mills, lu dclliillug Iho eeJ, nrc Uklns much more linl lliun riherly, because nils short tan, re inlplng OLI tlio seed after the flrsl hiring, anil commercially known HE It In great a ma erlal (or war V Tlio ClirlMmas. demaml for liquor: or Iho .Suites of Virginia, Wctl iiuj tlie Carollu'as ewampei le'exprcfa companies In Baltimore nd an embargo wag Imposed To weitly.fovir hours on Iliiuor ship ineills wllh a vlovr lo relieving Ih ongestlon Tho naltlmoro fflclalfi eay Hint ChrletMiag weei hey hanilleil lo pack 'i of liquor n day. Harry Fleelwood's nftcc'j years' sen-Ice to. education in Letbbridge, covers the period oi educational aO- vahcement in this city. He has rea OE Ihe Oi-ace mine pronerty son lo be proud o( the part lie played in Ihls important feature of our civic life. The Fleetwood school happil> ttsnds a monument to his service to education. -and its posslbiliUes. and after that we to seriously consider whe- Iher It is an underiaking the city can '.-Nafford lo venture upon in ils present -financial condition. Let some inde- .pendent mining authority tell us what _lie thinks of the properly and ils pos 'siblliiles, and if ho reports that-It is InvesUneut tLat "O I turnover with good profits Id the-city, opinion might veer about. By the way, didn't the mayor, be- was mayor, report on. the "present city mine mi gkn a glowing as to ils possibilities? How would it be to unearth that old report? might make Interesting reading at this juncture. "And again, the mayor niiglil enlighten Ihe public as to whe- ther there was oil opportunity to pur- the Ashcroft mine r.t'the time Meiil. Ilcrtnim Hlncts, Kiufi's Hoy. A few ot his (rlcuds of St..Paul' Church, Simeoe, were responsthle fo a Santa Klaus gift of J1.13B to the re- tired pastor, Rev. 1. W- Doy, D.D. The ,U5 bilingual teachers, of Ih Mnwa Separate, Schools have {bee paid their salaries after having bee kept without payment for nidre tha two years. Violet and Lillie Urtcr, tw: daughters of Charles Ijirter. Ga! have left lo overseas with. II Army Medical Corps. George MacDonald, who three: sons at the fron'., has been appointed secretary ot the Soldiers' Aid .Com- mlrslon at Urantford. Henri Churni, a laborer, U suing the Western hospital at because h'5 teoth were remov- ed without Ills consent. The marriage took place In Sea ford, to mo Mtisralli, Dec. At Iho public meeting held yiilcrday forenoon lo consider flic "proLraUlon of, Iho school luard vclInK tbcincelveR a salary for Iho pist year's services, n motion lo pllow.cxh trutiefl Ihreo dulieru per lo a maximum ofjlfleci year, and car- rlcd unanlinouely, .This salary scale Iho previously foil be- causo'pf Ihe council members' refusal to rc'sclnd Ihclr 'salary, motion of n few sbpuld now be ohllier- Kach metnber of cither body is now allowed ii salary of J15 jier year, provided Iho stlpulnted fifteen meet ings aro Paris, Dec. Freiiclj r.rni ored cruiser Gauloli wag Ihe Mediterranean pu Decenibel 37lb, and sank in hilf. an liourv cording Lo official' Owing to Ihe coolneM of Ihe, crew and the arrival of patrol were only four vlctlnit, two of whoii wcro killed by Hie' eipldilou. Tlie naval register Hutu Ihe (lau lols as o battleship .of toiil rllsplaccment, and a complement ol 031 iricn. She. carried 12 (rims. Thi liall'cthlp Uaulola tervcil hi tnc Dti' {lancHcB opcrallonB, but wta E f'1 cruiser lias ropla al fire. J. A. Frnsor, who for ihe past 15 years has been ranching on the urnplng Pond, lias sold onl.hla rancki and stock to John C. Morion, of Hose- bud .Creek, anil will shorlly leave for Victoria, U.K., where ho will make Ma iioruc. In the XC ranch there arc acres of deeded land and in ad- dition largo .leaseholds, which, wllli .lie horses and cattle, pass Into Ihu csalon of tha now" owner. The ea are of Clyde and Sutfolk- E'uncli strains, and the cattlo arc of Shorthorn breeding, and the whole, make-up a'.splendid or It "Is' reported that was III' lived In the dep.l. Saskatchewan Look over tho polio lug of tile province yesterday and tNo province Is iltvldeil Into four dlvls ions, Weybum, Ilegina. Saskatoon and Prince Albert, being the headquarters. TUo .total force on January I, Includ- ing detective sergeants, sergeants and constables will lie between C5 and To, this number being added to as the work dcmauds. The detective branch will be located in lleglna wllh' P. S, Colllson as chief of detectives. Will- lam It. Tracy will be Ihe in- spector in charge- of .-the W'ovburn division, T. C. Goldsmith in chirse of It. The grocDry stoic of A.T-. damaged b> DKIECTORY OF GRAIN BROKERS Our'Own llaroiis', 'Dec. cmcrl ant given by llic pupils of Iho con lldatcd school on Friday evening and reflected mud credit both upon tlie pupils an< Ilielr' leachere. 'The proceeds which amounted -lo-nboilt JlOO will Je- votod lo school pin-poses. has .bef.n rnce.Ivcil by frlcnilal froni'several of biir boys who arc on-[ llslerl'. Anionj Ihosc- who have writ- ten from Iho front line trendies ore Roy McKay 'rjrrl' V. J. Sambel. So far as know noio of Ihc boya have aa been "wounded. I and spent Christmas and Miss .Molr vjsltcil rlends'at, .Ctresholtn Sunday and Mohday- OFFICE PHONE 1311. MANAQEffS PljONE SMITH-MURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIfEO Write or at our If you have fraln lo hir.dlc. We cin alturt yeu iwal price the market will ltan4 and 3lvt you cVvurUoua acrvlcf N. T. MACLEOD, MA'. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE SHEnLOCf. BUILDING Regina dl-'ielon. C. Mayor Ririe's Residence Close Shave in Early Morning Has tclal to the Herald} Dec. 30. have proved a serious fire was nil v; WILL GERMANY .-OPEN ITS EYES NOW? r- The answer lo Germany VEOuiuls like a firsl rcsolulipn. It Is a rate N'ew Year plain answer; Ihcra is no mincing of words. Ger- ruany and the Germans plaiu.thal they don't know what the ValFtes mean. crime Is put up 10 Germany so effectively and so clearly lhat CTCTV Cernlail who luns, fights or siis at '.home and .smokes the long pipe can understand. What could be better tban thtsc smlemcnls: t'At The Hazae' conference IL R-as a delegate who refused all nro- "-'-.posals for dlsnrmamelil. In July, J9H. It was Auslria-Hnnpary who. after l-d lo Serbia an unprc- cedented ultimalum, declared war urflii her. In spin of Ihc sallsfacllon hr.d been accorded al 6nce. central empires then rejecled I 1 all 'atlemnls made by Lhc entente fo TT'brlnE Bhonl n pacific soluLion of a Drilain pnr'ely local conflicL Great 1 fi conference and France I' an international commls- l_; don; Ihe cmncror of Hli'sia askefl Ihc to arbitration, Alislria-Hnngary c; on the eve of But to all those efforts Ccr- answer nor effect was Invaded by an cm- had guaranteed, her neu- IC-. trslityrand which had the assurance proclaim thai trcp.lles were Bcrans paper and lhat 'necessity knows no -1 Ani aliudins to Belgium we read is: August t, 1S14, in the relchstag. German ehaDCcllor admitted .that .aggression constituted in Injus- ed smoke coming from an untnown q-jarler. An tavesLLgaUou was imme- diately made resulting in Mr. Hiric- finding cue of the upstairs bedrooms thick and murky with smoke thai It was impossible to enter anil Uga'le. No flame visible, EO wilh a number of buckets water msbcd to Ihe spot Mr. Rirle rushed the smoke and tbrew orcn a couple of windows. Tho draugh cleared the smoke away lo tllscloje the source of ihp- pair of overalls left lyine at Ihe heai ol the bed by one of the boja In dresshg lhat mornloK was seen slow ly ".V'itcr was at one applied ond on further Investigation It WR3 found that tbe fife bad eatei a hole through the bedroom rujj am was making good headway oa Ih floor whca "discovered. It is thought that tho loose match e.s In one "of the IrouccT pockets be came Ignited as the boy trampled o them in going out of the room. Ncphl Head left ,lhls morning fo where he will auend th winter i-esslon of the Normal scboo Miss Kate llrodlo of the Weslmi er school staff Lelhlirldge. an MEsi Augusta Dlibcy of the Dow Is School children'of'Berlin subscribed l.OCO.OOO marks to iho fifth German war loan according to'lhe'latcsl fig- ures mailc publlr, pnys the Oioroeas news Hgcncy. Miss M. A. Slorcy. eighty years old, Jumped ironi a' moving tmln til Ur- the car and fatally iujured, on returning from n Christmaa visil. Captain Pawleit, a brother.of McuL- Col. I'awlett, of ibc i2Sth baUallon, and formerly a resident of Mcpsomln, been killed in T P. O'Connor, XI.P. has been ap- MnLcd Cbalrmaa of the British Board Film Censors! Jt is an orgsnlza- on created by the moving picture radc. Ilotert Morrison, "superiiiiendent of tvators for the Quaker co TyTls dead as the result of falling o'm an elevator plalfprm at Dumfer ne and breaking his skull. His wife nd three children survive him. As a war meaaure. Rev. A. R. Aid [dgc has taken charge of Alban} venue Methodist cburcli, Edinonlon, nd its pastor. Rev. A. Lewis, now as a western circuit, which includes ;dsonF Mountain Park, Jasper, oalas and Dedson. Smith In of Iho Saskatoon division am O'SullIvan in charge of the Prince Albert division. Two new railway conslrucllon bat- ta lions Imvo been authorized In Can- ada for overseas service. '-Tlicy ore ibq 2o6lh, lo be oisanlzcd by Captain McCounel, who Is a brother rjf J. W. McComiel, n MonUcal linan Ihc 25 battalion, to Lo and school are visitors he ulth Jllss Sarah Mercer. Mayor J. 11. Bine left for the soul yesterday, morning, where he w spend a holiday season. Miss Vila Karrcn Is a Lcthbrldgc veek-enJ visitor. School starts next Tuesday morn- ing. Mr. Donald llolman of Stirling, U Ihe only uew rnembsr on llie staff. Mr. Holman has Jusl compiled the Xormal IralnlOB course 'or a llrei class teacher's certificate, and corner lo Magralh highly recommended. Mr. Holman will have charge of Grades VI. ana VII. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Ilabmnssc.l have moved !o Magralb, from the Jenaen lunch at TaylorvilSe, for the winter. Mr. Rasmussen has hccn J. F. Boyce, for a number of years chool Inspector vrllh head quarters ac ted Dfer has hccn chosen to lake Ihe pre-vocalional work anil ocatlonal work for relumed soltliera it Calgary. W. A. Stickle, Inspector it Tofield, soss to Red Deer. So they could speml Christmas al home, ,ahoul 600 LruBtics In North Carolina prisons and prison camps ere paroled for tbree days, begin- ning Sunday. Governor Craig give :he order.'Last Christmas he paroled nure lhan 500 prisoners uiidev simi- lar condlllons and all reported to the authorities nl Ihc lime designated. Revised figures on returns ot Ihe election In .Ihe U.S. show definitely that neither democrats nor republican? will have a majority of the next hou; of representatives necessary to dlr-cl speaker and lhat a handful ot In dependents will determine which side Major Harold Dais', formerly Vancouver, and son, of the late lion T. M. Daly, at one- lime mlnlaler :he Interior, has hccn appointed sec ot the pension, board. Majo has been a claff officer of thi nllltia department for the last Isvi .ears. He served wllh the Slralhconi torse in Ihe South African War. Honorary l.kuL-Col. Owtn Thomas has reliniulshcd his temporary- rank i no longer has the right lo wear iVi and to called Colonel, ac lo a militia order IssusJ al Matlier, farmer, of Tilbury, '1 Township, is In Sandwich" Jal! on a charge of arson u referred by his wife, Mrs. Lydia Mather, who says he seiifiro to their house. The Dominion government employ- ment buresti has -received- fren; an ammunition, company an order to supply them wilU 10-00 men as William Alcock, IS yeita old, lic- ng wilh liis parents on Concession H, irey township, OnL, was Instantly illleil when the limb of a tree struck ilui on the head while he was, work- ing in lUc bush near his htinio. Herbert Brorterick, a young uian oi! Stratford, was charged the poaseaslon and consumption of Ma- nor. He was fined of Ihrcc niouihs in Charles Albert Duclos, K-C., ol Jlont- Tbal, of the Montrtkl law firm of Alwatcr, Dusloa (t Hond. has been Appointed a Judge of Ihe superior court of the Province of Quebcu, iti succession of Ihe late Mr. Justice Dunlop. The nesro fanners nt Noftlicrn Louisiana and Mississippi are so pros: erous Ihey are huying automobileH. 'wcnty-ccnl cot'nn has found the far- lera In that section wllh plenty of ollon. organized by Lieut, of Ren frew, a. nephew of M. J. O'Brien, llic contractor. In addition (o the above {he 22Sth battnllon, which was raised lii the North Day and .Sudbury Irlcts under Col. Ertcliman, will be changed from an lufnutry ballalion lo a railway construction' battalion. sSmllsy and-Miss Kilty I'oole, rnrmcr teachers of Harons school, nrc the, sueata of Mrs. ,C. W. llr.nse'ri: Joe Cowey has gone to Novti Hco- lia for n'holiday.- Jiiri JIcKay ?nd J. K. Warhock hive purchased a pool room .Uni Is acting as maniiger.' Mrs- Welsh have gone- lo Calgary and Hdmonton for the nus holidays.' .The-infinit s'pn of .Mr. and Jlrs. John Paulson' died "Thursday.-inorninE- Tlie ;aums have hecn re- ceived for-.the'. Patriotic Fund since McK. Welsh, J25; EJ.'Ppohani-i5di'Sing'Lee ?3: M. Uremner A. Iloilgea S10; Chp.s. Welsh S2u; Arie Vcr- sluys Jolianson J25. diy to.Ihe laws of nations foreman of Ihc rancli i himself In Ihc njmb of five years. 'fie i When Tired and Nervous K the aid of the day finds you weary or irri- something to tone and strengthen the system. BEECH AM'S PILLS are a remedy which quickly hejps in restoring normal conditions. They act oh the stomach, liver and bowels, and so renew the strength, and steady the nerves. A few doses of these world-famed family pills will Bring Welcome Relief -IT W Si. GRAIN hdught pulrlgllt or liaodlcd on Commission.' RETURNS mode Game as received." ALL cheques tor [Ms district IssucA by our Letli- brldgo IN direct touch with Euro- pean buyers our omi export department.' NONE belief equipped lo glvo you Eon'ico. James Richardson and Sens, Limited 291 Sherlock Bldg Phone 777 Establlihed IBS? W; J. Lloyd, Mgr. Res.-Phfine 365 vi.M. Clark, Hcct. Phone'1113 STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Comminioh cotlre orKUlLitUoa IB your wltli nt IftncA we cu taftlr fuaraatM lo jot you tki-fcMt your frala al uy lime ui hr apy ;rail6 or kiwi of frmla. Phwio M 1922 Ttt Offio. 1M6 I .'Qiwta- Ria. 1111 ur who tni III dllirlct. 3. A. CUMMtNG A YEAR'S MESSAGE FROM HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR GENERAL. Allan Connell Van Fleet tiled at Ills anch near Los Angeles, California scd 01, and carried wllh him lo hia rave Ihe point of an Indian arrow hot Into ills body years ago n a fight nllh Flutes. Master Hoy FTork, ogctl sis, son o! n Findlay, Ohio, well driller, Is a pro- ilgy 'n inillicmallcs, being lightning J [nick with problems.. dealing with' ddilion "and "subtraction, besides ho- ng a wonder In calculating, dates. Ilecausc she feared marriage would mar a "perfect love." 16-year-old Myrtle White shot and killed Thos- Simmlngs, 10, at Salem, Oregon, lo shorn she waa to have beon marrtc_d ioon. Then she ended her own life." A contract for one hundred Iieavy locomotives for iiic Paris, Lyons and Mcdllerranean Kallroad company of France wfis closed by Ihe flaldwln locomotive' works of delphla. The contract accoMIr.E lo th2 announcement, nmo'-ints' to' and la supplementary Lo tlie contracl for 40 locomotives placed by Ihe same railroad several weeks Leading churchmen of Ihe United Stales, led It salrl, by charch au- thorities of lloston, have launched a movement In opposition to Ihc acccp lance of a premature peace agree merit by ihe warring nations of Eur- ope. Thn object of tho movomenl tc Ottawa. Mr. Thomas the nulo mobile "xpcrl who was engaged by Sir Sam Hughes to the ma- chines fr-r Ihc Fpcend Conllngent, ftnd then has been engaged In deparlmtnl (n connection wilh mechanical transport scf-llon. allcnlion lo the fact nial peace fouridcrl npon expediency would noi he of permanent bcnefil lo the world." salil lllshop llcrry, of the M. K. church. "There are cfriain 'ferL-ii moral principles invulvcd In Ihe worl-1 war, anil If U were lo end now they n-oiilc! nnl ho settled.'' Canada is heart and aoul wiUi the Mother Country and the-Allies in their fight, for Liberty and Justice. Every Canadian man and woman.can assist by placing hia or her services at the disposal of the State. Government Ottawa, 20th December, 1010. National Service Week, 1st to 7th January. ;