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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DlSTRia NEWS (Prom Our Own Corr��ix>n well, and Mlijs Ann'Adamson of Amerr lean Pork, who iRfnt ihe summer In Barnwell, hied to cupld's court in American Fork and are'now married. We wish them much Joy. STIBOIVG (Fram Our owiit corr�i>Don(I�ni) StIrllnR, Dec. 2S.-^ThIs has bean a week of weddlnss in Stirling, three of our young people having been maiodi Miss Alice Nelson' and Oscar Plerson were married at tha hoinu of the Mlsii bride's parents on Wednesday. resenica iub u�y-.uu�iw =------- Oraco Brandley, dauMhtor "t Theodore After the proiram In the new Mormon! Brandley. was married to Rf meeting house, the audience adjourned the former .principal '. S"r ng to tho new school bquee and there had!school one day thla week. The youtig cake and hot (ibocolate served by the girls of tho school. The program-conslated of the following: The best old (tag on earth, sshool  -....... I Canada on account of being so young, nacrath, Dec. 24h.-On Friday even-  He has served two years and is now tar a very good patriotic concert and only 10 years old. Magraih people will ft pretty Christmas cantata was given bo glad to welcome Roy home. In the meeting house by the school ^bout 1400 has been raised b""y the ebildren. The en ertalnment commenc ^^"^^l^*^ ,, "la the Halifax reed sharp nt 8 o'clock and those who' jj^," _^ ^^^^^ ^.^3 Monday acqnire the habit of being late missed evening and a large crowd was in nt- aome very good numbers on the pro-; tendance. People have donated money ! chorus; InvocattOn, Bishop Peterson; �ram, "I Love You? Canada" was thogomo rery libernlly. R. W. Bradshaw chairman's address,. W. F. LeBaron; opening number sung by a number of and J. B. Rlrle were tbe roost generous Huet. Winnie and Harold Peterson; re-Itttle boys. in their giving. | citation, Wanda Asplimd; solo, Marva VThe Star Spangled Banner." sun^ Mr. P. Drew Clarke has returned i a^drerji, Mr. Barron; good luck " � ' nmn �ftfii- Hoendnc two years labor- U>o boys of the allies, school chor- tho United recitation. Master Harry Wind-I berg; story, Reed^^Asplund; recitation, ubuiius woiu niuuiib I i,,a. jj^^. i.�i>u...a.>v......._ ------ ...... HUgh Bell, (COSl bers. The Boy Sconts came in for tho -^ere visitors. In Lethbridgo on Frl- school chorus; c-----  �  ---- - girls: tableau, "Peace* ; reading. Miss POWER OF BOLSHBdW (CoitTiKirRD raoM Frowt PaobI A Renter despatch from Petrointd report! the arrest and Impriionmeni in the fortresB of Bt. Peter and St. Paul of M. Vy^hneiradsicy and M. PutiloffimaAaglDf directors of the International Commercial Bank and Rutarents. SOME ADVANTAGE night by Messrs. Leath and Ralph Johnson. A large crowd was present to enjoy themselves. Mr. Skouson and Miss Carey have gone away to spend the holidays. Mr. Havelock Smith of Stavely la Miss Glllis of the school sUff left Saturday for Calgary to spend the holiday season. Mr. A. T. CoUina our school master accompanied by Mrs. CoUina left Saturday to spend their Christmas holidays with friend? in Lethbrldge. The Stock-an agreement between-theFipntah senate and a Baltic fleet command under which Finland virtually will buy its independence for 50,000,000 roubles. To tpread Internatlonatlam Petrograd, IJec. 26.->The Bolshevikl government bas decided to send, special representat'ives to all countries, bei "What advantage has your city to offer?" "Well, for one thing. It you've got the price you can buy coal here." spending a few days here as the guest our land. He arrlv(^:in town Th�ra" ol^Leonord Johnson. i day wiih a number .ft! Sps^an^ parties, Mr. L and Miss L. Johnson are go-! prospective buyers. J^k thorn out to Ing to Stavely to spend the year end ' the farm formerly kSS^-n as the Mon-Bamwell not only raises wheat and mouth ranch whlch'.he recently bought grain, but Is In the front lines in pro- and we undersUnd"made some very dnclng Canada's mqst valuable crop, good sales. O. T. Lathrop Is [ptlU busy selling' llgerfitt as well as neutral, to further ' ^ " � � � ' 'the propaganda oif Internationalism. Two million roubles have" been ap- propriated tor thla purpose. An Am erican Red Crqas train left Petrograd today for Jtumahla with the approval ot the Bolshevikl. It corrled all Its original supplies except automobiles. CdMIMIUIONIII OIIACB haa jtraaantad a Grand Plana t* tl^ VMaraba hara for tha benefit of tha aoldleN' famlllea. Tbia will la raff lad off. TICKETS $1.00 Thaaa may ba procured from the two Chaptera of tha 1; 0> D. 1.1 ^ tha NaKto^Kln and tha Veterana. � � ��V- Kraghts of Pythias Attention The brimatic Order Kniglitt ei Khoratmn WOl B* Holding an � EXTRAORDINARY on \y^dhesday, December 26 IN THE CASTLE HALL, FIFTH STREET SOUTH, AT 8.00 P.M. SHARP A class of 15 members from Sweet Grass, Mont., will be in attendance and supply the raw material. We to produce the finished product. This is a short notice, but is unavoidable, so do your best to be present and thereby extend to our brothers from across the line the right hand of fellowship. Place-.-Castle Hall, Fifth Street South Date.-Dec�inber 26, 1917, 8 J. I. iCLARKE, Royal Vialer ALLAN RITCHII, Saeratary Let this Dry, Clean, Fleety,Medi Wool RHEUMATISM LUMBAGO relieve and cure your NEURALGIA GRIPPE - NEURITIS BRONCHiriS SORE THROAT CHEST COLD W or any oi a hundred other chiU-caiised aches and pains. It will do it by the '*warm|th method** HEN you are feeling absolutely miserable with chill or cold that seiems to have struek through and thrpughybur ^ysteni-^lay a piece of Thermogene over the aching spot. Warmth is vv:hat it needs; and the active principle of Thermogene automatically generates heat the instant it is a'pplied, acts upon thiB blood-vessels through the skin and goes straight to the afif^cted part. The joint that is throbbing-the chest that is racked with coughing-the back, the head, or.limb that is aching caused by damp or cold-will find immediate and certain relief vvhcri Thermogene. is^appHed. Pain will subside, aching will cease, and a genial, comfortable warnfith will take its piacc; Until you have tried : this wonderful treatment you cannot fully realize how prompt arid efficacious is CURATIVE WADDING V Tbe almplait, moat conTenU ent M�� oomforUWe *o""^' treatment ever put. � wtthtn your reaoh. A�e�4 naedUiw paia. Ne. matter how acuU your auSorUtv may be, ;T^er. mocane wUlVu�� Tau eoaa-lort M� retlot vi.'i^'"': mi , lUuatration ahqwa how almply 1� treat Lumbago, eUs. A light ' kaltfa It la peatUon. RMOQBNK la uied , or elothtng alone, .'ft ' Think; oi the convenience of Their-; Didgeiie compared with the old-fashioned poaltice or platter. -No messj np bother, no wncontTolled bHster-raislng heat. A piece ciin be taken strai{ht from t)ie bpx and applied at once; its action can bie rej^iltlated as d9> sired, and it can be worn wUhout the least Incon-venience night and day. Therrnogene is'SMital^le for everyon^, young and old, and hundreds .i^tJigviaQlis .of isuflferers gratefully adcnowledge rtli^^fii'Wtp tlitougbdtause. its as^updini suc(;e^ E nroTMij.'Ui Its use by the British Red qross Society, the Royal r%l| Navy;*Military Authorities, doctors;;|ana hospitals Vli ] everywhere Why not let Thermogeiic-heip yoa ' to-day? , , - ThermogeiMi waa tavnited by Charto� Vawlenbroeck, ot  Briuwia. a dlaUncolidied Belglaa chcmlat, and i� Qrit made by tlw Tbermaceae fJo.. limited, BaywaiMl'a Ucaih, .  Biictaad.:' \ � �  AUea Agevia Aif Oanadai HplilF. Ritchie & Co,, UiiiitEd 101 IMoOAUl. 8T, TORONTO At Your Druggitt't -A I... ;