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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SF.Vli.v: John I'lnsr BUil.l'lo.. llolitrl riper .nl aro the i'ueBls of Mrs. 1312 411. Avenue Norlli. A (rlcinl wroK; yon lasi I M'lifv BOIIIP of iho Kiiui n n Wf landed in rramv. I presume 5 on know vi'licre wcro. wher.! lliu Caiiafllai.s have lo'ie' no well ilurlMK Hit' month. Our rasiiallles a' slay In thai pavl of ine illuiK line WPM coinlik'MliE some Ihc other IwtteriM Have SOLDIKHS' KliWIKH l-'HKD PHONE 1; Emma llolllday .aw. Year's nay In Medicine Hal will) a Held 2; Alice Hadley 1; lleliocia Illley and Mrs. Aiiieff. c nuni'iiLT 3! Jancl Twaddle 1; IsleTBlbol 2; '.iwle Ward 5; Aniilo Vatf-rlmum 6; Inoz Wllsp-j J, MIBB Coffin's l-lias: Hesslo Wort h ,Bloii Twaddle i; An. Kroplnak II Jean Kcrgn I; Kropna 2; Madeline Clark 4; tl Bfi 4- vcra Uatllwlter H 3: Ethel Hoss 2; Margaret I.oRan Allen Kox'S: Uly Adnlll 2; Joe Morns 2; Sarah Ward 1; Ada Sunnier 1; Mary I: .How- Hie cblluren or some, ol slo Main 1: Nellie Mercer and J1rl l esse ra WIlHamH I; Mrs. Kord I: Mr.. WM 06 UPO VUJlnnib fortalilo col and allenllon during Ilio iilElil. (itTfllUll IS a ylB8rJ'V _: Wlilfe .nllllons .o( oiir bmvp Ijeinmn .aro BMl'Bi. ihcir lives at ibc filled with ciowds of cJlloDS p oasurc- ghlillU, I and yilvcnlnrerB, -I Heedless nfHiunu suffering. in. winch their own rounliymen are llclpatlns 'nucli as any, pur; ue tlirh- M'llisli I'vfi of si'SL'd .ana. imillouHiiess and ilslu life, alivayn b'.indal and i ilut in, iscritiany'ii liuno'1. crying shnuu! in lime." Dyspepsia Spoils Beauty th. Dark A.ound ,ju, ruij Foremost are the guests Mrs. James Mooulc, tdrs. J. H. KO.-B of Mountai returns today to her homo _ Bpindlng the IwlHay ?.V- Eb.lly Saul, .who lho JacUiou', ;eit yesterday for be ho'nic .In Kdiuopton RerEt Phillip" tho n'atUry returned last iiletilj from lending the hrllllBry Bcltool. al King- ston.'Onl. ;Announcdmcnla have been received UIB iura. diy Dec. ZlBl al Hamilton.. Onl.. Pi Mli'i Delia Mary Pound and .Mr. Samutl Koll nf Baynes Lake b.i-, MI., Pound was a .1 We I- (rletida In Uie city. 'Mr and Mra. W. E. Slmpaon. who fiSve'been vlsltlne lho former's par- tuts Mr and Mrs. D. A.- Slmp.on, "Led yesterday..o In f Kdraonton, Simpson la the in firm of Hyndman, Mllner 11 and Matheson. Tlie Chrlalroos work dono'W ine Civic: Club lor the J.eHiurldge overseas; An a result Of a.shower on and will, monej donated hy Interested people In !clly anil oulstdc points, they were able to semi 17 cases ol parcels lo illi- units as well as JO parcels sent Iby mall lo men In hospital and Inolbcr I mills. As Ihe 113111 Lethbrldce 11 gli- had become so scattered H decided lo Eenrl nioiiey to i ,00 aE b tor [rom b hl le. Money The death took 'place at his rcsi deuce. 1808 -ill, Avc. Norlh, oil lei of William Paris, aged 14. II was i hliner for Ihe A. II. and I. an came lo Ihls country from Scotland t ,0 lho no urine had been u resident of I.'...----- for nearly 28 years. Ilesldcs his w blbeS.' entertained yesterday In honor ol .Mr. Harraers mother, Mrs. Hirmcr of Edmonlon, who la .pending Ihe holidays in lho city, the guest nf u- at the MUBtoriiini were aUo reraem- rclurncd monthly Sepl. 28 rikrmer' returns lo .Edmonton J Cash irom oulslde polnls .100 dow Is survived one son in namely: 'Win: I'ar The reKulnr monthly inoeunB iVno'i Ladles' Aid will bo sc EoodG lo make up row at 3' p.m. .In trhool room of', (he church jvhen lho. Mcsdames A. nipl-y, R. 'R.. Uavw ibll anil Earl Sloan, and Ihe rccep- Ilr _ lion comm'lllec. Mcsdames Wni. and A; Marshall. John U Ilaydon' Miss Mu'Bs'lla 11. Swisher) and eon Francis 'of Nobletonl.- Alherta. Is vlfHine al j tile home of her parents. 5Ir. and Mrs. Marcus Swlsher. 71 Hughes SI. Thomas Times. II. of I.: P.-'antlUh'-' bn'd the ladles' Boclely connccled with that organlMlion gave their first nmiuil dinch on New Year's nifht In the K. P hull, and'II a Eplcndld both socially nnd' ISO iiouples' being present. The proceeds After the ore paid will be ilVeir 10 the Relief Fund recentls by .the society. -11 ,a a Ions .time since Uie hall looked so well as on Monday nlEhl, as great pains had been taken-with the ilecorauona ihlch c'onslsled approprlnlely ol PICKS sliovcls liea'dliehls, etc., kindly loAne.rt by tbe C. P. R. A splendid supper provided and "served by Ihe ladles' branch. The commillce lhat Cash lo Dr. McNally Cash to Miss Conybeare Cash decorations. Frank Cash Frank sanatorium Klevcn returned soldiers' Ellis and expcnsea 5.00 5.01) 5.00 13.00 17.10 13.76 of Raymond. Mrs. A. A. McFleaii o Fcrnle Mr.i. -Mai Ooiip.ldion.ol (.oa dale Jlrs. A. I.. Patterson of Klpp, Mrs II. J. West, Saskatchewan La Ing The fuhcrat will take place fro McKay aiid McKay's undertaking lore at 2 o'clock un Jan. WB' ami (be mo re Is Jllltcd Ilio ull.l l. to have slocV.s in reserve. slecu, ipcclo'r' of I'arolcd 1'risoncrs. .DaUnce.nn RED CROSS NOTES t. Local Ucd Cross shipment lo Cnl- December: 54 suits pajamas, earv :or 36 sheets, 216 pillow casos, 30 day Bhlrls, 2 passenger schedules on roads will be affected. Al the, mee Hi" herc the Ecncral nuestion of hand line freicht was Ihe mailer under consldera'tioLi. Tbe comiuission has insisted Ihal inunlllons and must have 'praclically Ihe rishlpf- wQ--''c7cn It passenger, traffic snt- fers'in consequence: The congestion, however, which Is fairly widespread lions. M' in cllraliallbii of privaie proGlccring war contracts. No man., said Mr- Col, ulodlck has n right to fallen on Ihe b ool of hTs-.fello'v citizens. Wo used regislralloh of wealll, as well as of man power. The desirability of vc- movliiK all .possibility of parly cleov aKe iml" milling Canada In solid ,sup- t of' a'ualiorial government ,lhe successful, prosecnlion ol .he war a. Is heins-dbnc. In Engln'iil, was staled GEN. VON B1SSINQ Who has been dangerously ill will: pneumonia. Ho has heen relieved of his dulics. V (ieueral of Delsium; (jovemor- For Sale! Oiic .IMire Horse Colt. j" raonlhs "aid', wclghl 3GOO. He Is a verj- choice colt and a good buy for any one wanting a horfie- APPLY Livery Lelhhridae. gel n "saVlsf'a'ciorr uence until iu connection wllh all kinds o hcalen. Until that liap-j which are being held up (or inemv is pens nothing else matters. James O'Orady, Chairman General Federation of Tra wrote: "The only possible terms which Ihc llrillsh workmen, (joclal- isls and imdc unionists, will agree, even as a basis lor nceotlalions for peace, are, Ihe complele restora on lto w I lack of motive power. In order thai lieved boll i men oi of Iheitbis cbiisestion may he relieved boll unions, j throng >.nd local .paMcneer ser> ces lo be consnlcrably cnrlail- with fed. ation o( 0 me anij rcnarai-ioii tiCruiu, where an honesl llttlo_ clock rented I mnallln H and onl lo him thai 11 was a.30 a.m. Thcro :fo, was some sulphur in the. air for nl icriictcj updr, tew mlnules, and he lmtAK of the Ccnlral abonl tho cky clock ought to hide L 0 [or lhc Us ince when in ils comlillon, nf ihc future I Powpfs Us face when in ils comlillon, aau co -ot The the whole force be ordered lp (ho ]incs pm forward by find llio man who got tho clock drunk on Xcw Year's day, currf ol Pre 'ibtir, lurlerinffi, _ in's ilbihy Dr. Pierce.. ind_ h.vo nmn. It CM MW form M wfU M and wbo iuflcrs from baAv4f, tiu, "PrjKn p- far. loots fA d tJcohol M.MJ' ic.- H'l not i. KCTrt Brcsftiplion [or "Tlie'Hoard of Tradr. electing I lf ill be hclil on Jan. II if Hie council Iward approves Ihc date al ils iirow. Al Ihe same meol- InB n nominating committee will Mjtc.- l no KCT iu are prinlrf on wtifna. Muy if im- tible, ItekdrHgcJ down. -vnJ worn, out fnr no nuoa think of.. In rinely-BiBe per cent, of thoje l', il woimlj PrE.numi Ihst, dniy fpclto and bluet circlw iboiil tho src only lo the. KUKe ol Ihst h worjn Illw Presidenl Tall nnd adopted by dcnl Wilson. "Germany anil her inusl .ire- dcrstnnd farther, thai aparl- from Ihc nueslion of ojnipcnsalins the Powers which liave been so wronsed. Great llritaln f as the two sroal llemocratic powers of Europe, arc lighting lo smash ul- lerly the Prussian mllilBry machine and nil il stands for.'1 C. R. Slinton. M. 1'. for Mtrtnyr- Tydlll, sold: 1 "I-cl ns keep in inind Ihe purpose nnu _. for which we" entered upon this Informallon. The spcnal com c Btmggle. speaK for on ways and .means ,s busy nwn Ihe manual workcrs-nre. and hopes lo raise 1C no" p'illlBO' People. The Ideals! 13200, -named In of mlliorv amWllon do not appeal, before IKc annual mcchiig. us. Uiit lhc events of the past _---------------------- If you have 'Ml 'an .Edison then yon ire musical treatl. and'h-ear one. Stairway, Nardheimer, Haines Bro.. and New Scale .WlllUm.' Pianos and Players. SHEET SHEET FOLIOS. TEACHERS' SUPPLIES, MUSICAL MERCHAN01SE. i Muste "EVEHVTHING MUSiCAl." 315 SIXTH STREET- SOUT-.i, (NEAR LF-THMJOQE SAMUEL A. ARMSTRONG has been nppoinled Dirtolor ol Commission of InB n nomna named lo bring in n slato ot officers. Marnoch is working liard on lila annual report which is al- most completed. The report Is lengthy Bnd conlalns a wealth of good pub- _ nil.. nnnnin1 r-flTTl. 1 lo us. LUIL two year? have revealed to us the Ulslencc of a power In Europe yliosn ohjecl destroy all tbeldcala lhc Insano rules Ihe lor morten. domocnvcy. "The dccalartlona of who St. ThomMi widi to aay ta tie boitnl of pltw p-mrn fliftrt Ihat- 1 Dl. Rcice'a FlTonlo B M a help. TecomnKnrkd Ihe wne a> Um h.W by tut. 7-Mm. IMPORTED BLOUSE lucnual Towers hive all he-en In ha direction of uprootinc and dwtrojlns thai frccjdom which the of the world have been slowly bulldlnt Ho formorly assislaut wllh .three rows TISZA DISHEARTENED London, Jan. Atuslcr dam correspondent sends Ihe folio? g received from llinlapcst: "Connl Stephen Tlsza. lhc llunga.'- lan premier, addressing tlic membcri of Ilio governmenl narty, confessed a mlslake had been martc by as- anming thai Rumania would not al tempi 16 Invade Transylvania. The Invenlor of n slcel railroad III lhai Blso serves ?J a Mills junrd c'lalM I requlrrt prtvenl Iwrnilil 'ire serves u can laid In half the for k tie and wl cmscd by raili jn.KLH. >lu "ia provincial seuelars' for the province of Ontario, and has been loincd by hal government lo Ihc' Hospitals GIRLS IN SCHOOL OR AT BUSINESS who are delicately constituted, who have thin biood or pale cheeks, will find in SCOTT'S EMULSION a fnie tanic and a rich food to overcome tiredness, nourish their nerves and feed _ iheif blood. Start wlh say "NO" to substitutes. The BRETT HOSPITAL, -and .BATH HOUSE OPEN YEAR AROUND skin, livir, kidneys, stomach and bowels. only place in' Banff one baths without going out of doors. ami take the largely to a rtn.wal ol ones youth. FOB RATES, ETC.. APPLY TO MANAGER ;