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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR e, HlUevta DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subscription Daily, dellvorco, per your----- by mail, per year..... Weekly, by-mail, por year... Business Editorial TELEPHONES: Oflico Office 54.00 3.110 2.00 3252 122-i W. A. Buchanan SI aliasing Director John Torrance Business Manager ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The Serbians have now definitely abandoned tlie town of Mouastir to the Bulgarians, and are re-organizing their scattered forces along tile --AI-. tanian frontier for further efforts. Por some reason or other, the Bul- garian campaign against the troops to the south has lieea brought to a: stop. Rumania has announced her inten- tion of remaining neutral at present, and has informed that Russian ihips will not be allowed to enter the Danube. This puts an end to the pos- iibillty of Russia sending troops into 'Bulgaria by -tray of Rumania: Successful air raids have heen car- ried out iu France by the British, and the French troops have made advanc- es in the Soucliez district. German positions along the Belgian coast heavily bombarded. lard Kitchener has returned land from the Near East. thought at prices. There IB lot ot pour Btutf that will be worked'off, tend to keep the prices Sown, toil before spring; it is quite certain thit those who have to buy will luvo to uoel off a larger layer from their roll than will be found pleasing. "Alberta may supply us with some potatoes, though we naturally, look.to New. Brunswick for the supply. On- fortunately, the same conditions pre- vailed in New Brunswick as. in On- tario, hut in some parts of Alberta.a good crop was secured." Let us repeat, what wo have Eaid before: This is. Alberta's opportunity. T.iire is a market for our potatoes. Let .us get Into touch with it. and sup- ply it, and that market win always je open to us. for our potatoes are of so high a grade, that a demand will be created. The Provincial govern- .lent should give this matter its at- Ention: arrangements should be made T H E L E T HBRIDG E 1) A I L Y H E R A L D C WEDNESDAY DECEMBER FOR to get our surplus supply, and we w: have a heavy surp-.us, into the east- ern market. A LIBERAL POLITICS "A. R. JlcMasler, the Conservative candidate in Jacques Cartier constit- uency, Quebec, has sounded a right note, when he urges that this is a ttaB'when there should be no hyphen- ated Canadians. It takes a brave man to talk that way in Quebec province, is.so much being made of the French-Canadian sentiment, but it was-just what should be said, and it is to he hoped offenders will fake note and profit by Herald. The -Calgary paper's comment is thoroughly sensible, and we heartily agree with the opinion expressed. For the sake of accuracy, we might point OUTT however, that Mr; McMaster is a Liberal and not a Conservative. He is: the president of: the Montreal Re. form club. AND THEY CALL THEMSELVES. PATRIOTS Dennis, in his address here on Monday said he lai ored shouting from the names of the men ICKED UP IN TOR THE BUSY 'MAN A -fine new -postoffice has-.just been opened at Newmarket, Ont. Jas. Reid, an old resident oi Ren- frew, Ont., is dead. Thcs Ware, a pioneer oi Muskoka, died at Huntsulle, aged 83. "Fniit-a-tiws" How Kpm as Woman's Best Medicine "FRUIT-A-TIVES." the famous fruit medicine Is particularly well suited for the use oftvonifii, because of its mild amUgonUe action and iIs pleasant taste. In severe cases of Constipation, Jutfi- ffsliea, Moating, Sid Htadvckcs, Jtt Sack, A'tamlfia, or General is'lhtiouly medicine needed to correct such troubles anil restore the sufferer to complete health. .-Is a tonic, "Fruit-a-tires" hiahle to purify and euivch the blood and build up strength and Tijror. DOc. s, box, C for trial '-'oc. At dealer or sent postpaid by Fruit- a-tives Limited. Ottawa. Trail, B. C. 000 for the V has raised over airiotic Fund. JJcv Ueiander White, of Thediord, Out, has accepted a call to the pas- military secretary church. majesty the king. toi'ate of Renfrew Baptis Tom Longboat and a number of other Indians on- the Caledonia re- serve are anxious ol forming an In- dian battalion of men if they can have Col. Baxter as commander. An order has heen issued for the internment ot Mrs. W. J. 0. Bura- yeat, wife oi the ex-M.P. ior White- haven, England. Before her. marriage she was Ftaulin Hildegard Hetylali, oi Berlin. Ontario Street Methodist church, Clinton, has extended an invitation jto B'ev. John A. Agnew, of Mount j Brydges, to succeed Hev., Mr. Allen, in the Clinton pastorate next year. Col. Lowther, D. S. 0., formerly military secretary to the Duke ot Coananght, who 'was wounded early in the. war while leading his regiment, the Scots been appointed on the stall of his REMOVAL SALE MASON R1SGH PIANO Co.. Lid. Have decided to move to a New Location in the Balmoral Block, next to Wrights's Jewelry Store. We Offer Bargains in- Pianos, Music Rolls Slightly-Used Talking Machines now on Sale at prices that will clear them out m short order A Few Used Pianos at prices from up. Twelve Organs, slightly used from up. i THE TIME TO GET A PIANO OH OHG AX AT A SNAP cation we will add oiir stock :i complete line SHEET MUSIC ami SMALL MUSICAL INHTBUMliNIS. Capt. George H. Sloan, Hamilton, Ont-., man, was the Dardanelles. Bishop David H. Moore, oi the Methodist Episcopal church, died Cincinnati. Mrs. AnnsironE, widow o! Win. Armstrong of 'The Toron- to, died at the ol 90. Major-Genera! Bertram .says Hamil- ton firms have received, war. orders amounting to St. Paul's -Presbyterian church, Peterboro, has voted" in iavor oi Church Union by a majority oi 78. a former i a message.to the annual meeting killed in ot l'he Ontario Keiorm association Sir Wilfrid Laurier strongly urped Liber- have voted a majority Renfrew Presbyterians against cliurch union hy oi Ml. Mr and Mn> J- illia, eaeh aged about 90, died within iew days o( each other. R J M Teeswaler, comes manager oi the Molson's Bank ais, young and old. to concern them- selves -wholly, fcr the time being, with the task oi- achieving victory ior the imperial arms, rather than with I the political -problem oi winning par- ty victories at the polls. C. M. R. Grahauvionuer Mayor of London, has-accepted the command oi the new City of London Battalion. It is repoi-tid that- Captain Hugh Xivea oi the Princess Patricias anil Captain Chester Butler oi the 1st Battalion, both oi whom ars London otucots, will have important posts in the new battalion. At tlie annual meeting of -wealth, ,who refused to contribute ICKtheTPatriolic Fund.: Certainly they! p-our missionaries oi Uie Canadjau j ought to be exposed to the public church m Japan, have en-' have here in Lethbndge, Canadians listed for active service. at Trenton, Ont Four missionaries RISCH PIANO CO., LTD. 405 FIFTH STREET SOUTH NEW TKENCH PERISCOPE IX ACTION L-ing oi the Elgin Patriotic association it- was .decided to raise all moneys ipr the. Patriotic Fund by direct taxation through the ni ?ffr Citv and County Councils ;ind tor all other funds'by voluntary subscrip- tion. It is estimated that the needs oi in the city-of St. Thomas and county-will amount, to about- next making a rate of more than three on" the dollar necessary. and Brititeh horn, men of means, who -boast of their loyaltv and criticize the citizenship of others, ftho have not a cent to the Patriotic Fund, though tney are eager to get ail the business they can from the soldiers, through contracts or otherwise. It is a pity their names can not be expos- ed to vieft- The} ought to be hum jliated It-is .remarkable the excuses Borne men offer in order to avoid a patriotic "contribution. these days of -war give us the opportunity to size up the qualities of some of our fellow citizens. Major b J Hugguis will serve as second in command of the 120th City of Hamilton Battalion now mobiliz- ing. Lieut.-Col. H. Martin, oi the 71st Battalion, Berlin, has been appoint- ed senior, major oi the 118th Batta- lion: IP three days iiajor J. Hamilton, S! -A., director of supplies and trans- port, secured 350 mechanical drivers m the Kingston district for overseas service. Hugh Wilkinson, ot Brockvillc, was vesterdav presented with a golden jubilee medal for completing fifty vtars' membership m the Brock Lodge of Oddfellows THE FARMERS AND STHE PATRIOTIC FUND In the past six weeks SlOOiOOO has teen raised lor patriotic purposes in 'Durham and Northumberland count ties, Ontario Oi this sum, the Toron to News is informed, the farmers of counties have contributed JSO, 000 .How about our Southern Alberta fanners? Has the appeal of the Pat- riotic Fund reached their pockets yet? Prpvfaence has been good to them this year with: a bumper crop. It is true there are debts to pay, but even farmer, can-show .his appreciation of ftbe bounties of Providence o> giving sharp of his crop to the Patriotic Fund, a worthj cause If everv farm er gate the difference between thirt> bushels, which he.would have consid- ered'a splendid and the actual amount threshed on one acre, the Pat- riotic Kimd treasury-woirld be wonder- fully replenished But farmers ought to do better than that. The entire re- turn from the vield of one acre would be an easy gift for hundreds of them to make it, Sir. Farmer? A MARKET FOR POTATOES Tdronto produce bpHere po- 1 a to 03 iv.ill gooa be selling at a bag 'A dispatch B Jt Is veais since there has been each n pcarcitj of potatoes throughout tlie land. There are not li for the demand and thf of tnbcra may bnue ua DAMAGES .Aledicine Alta., important decision was handed down yesterday by the Supreme Court oi Canada at Ottawa, in the, case of vs. the G.P.It. 'This was a suit damages tried in February 'iast.at the Supreme Court sittings, a '-Medicine Mat jury awarded Jackson damages. Jackson was hit by a mail crane, while performing his Duties as engin- eer, and sustained permanent injuries. The C.P.R. annealed the verdict to the Alberta Supreme Court on-the ground that the damages were excessive. Tlbe Alberta court, consisting of four judg- es, was .evenly divided, two sustaining the verdict favoring new trial. This left the verdict to stand. Tiie verdict now delivered'by'the Su- preme Court oF Canada" upholds the first decision. Mason Hisch Pianos FROM FACTORY TO HOME Twenty Branch Storet HEAD OFFICE AND FACTORIES, TORONTO IF YOU INTEND TO BUY A PIANO OR A PLAYER- PIANO, set your standard high! Select the instrument you know serve you as faithfully and satisfactorily as the thous- ands of Pianos and Player pianos are now [serving thousands of I their owners through" out the land! MASON RISCH LIMITED 405 FIFTH STREET SOUTH, LETHBRJDGE same. The iullou-jng arc the members of this commission Col Thomas -CantlUvlicai! of the Nnni Scutiii Steal company o! Now. E. Cnrnc'ic, of (lnt.: llcorsc Waits, oi Out Robert llohbqn. of Hamilton, Senator William 0. Edwards of 01- taiva, and Oeo. fi. llacKnnzie, B. c'.cpartmeni oi mines, Ottawa. Messrs. Cantliiv Carnegie and -Watts were members ol the lotmer coin- i Oil-Viva The i shell'committee-has ceased to exist, ami the imperial MAHAFFY TO BE JUDGE 'Mat, "Alto-., Nov. unitions hoard-has sun Spencer has received .a letter from ilelshen, Sollcltor-Qcn-: will act as i-hainium, "with esccu- live and administrative power." Berlruui, iocnier head ni the committee, will in'fiittire hold tlie i position i.'t deputy-chairman, with tin i following others ciimprisiui; the 'board: Hon. Col. David CiitKBiq oi ths former Dawson, C. Gordon, J. A. liaily is to bo the new judjjc. s the average quaniiiy in. a healthy dult, hut it is the quality of the blood. that determines our strength to resist (our heing new ninmbci .s. The new ciiairiiuiti is" head of Ilic Davies Packing ami yaillancourt, E. R. Wood, tile latter-1 vVith weak blood we find cold an. aversion to study, aiid in adults' iheumatic tendencies. ]n changing seasons get abundant fresh air and take a spooiiful of Scotf s was appointed H ir.emhi-r of the Uo- rnhiion economic commission, recent- -Mr. Gordon is head of I he Do-1 meals, tecause Scott's minion Textile company. Mr. J-muiMu" .uu.._i_n-_ _ _ i _ cciurl, is prfsUlcnl. of the Hank Hbciii'laga.: well-kirr __ i'i'iironto financier. Mr. Uiiwsoif is a! (he blood while it warms the body auw. known Montrcsl tuisiwss man. j Cany off the impurities. When multitudes of people are ty ay taUiiii Scott's 'Kimilsiuri to ave'rt oi'raw m'at'rO winter sickness, and .ire giving-it to Emulsion is n rich .blood-food that will increase both quantity and-quality of; In addition to the fonniiiK oi tlie j UQW liorinl, .a c.pmnussioni lias, been: eslabliSijeir in' iniifcc inquiry .'into supply ami siilliru'iicy bi'raw m'ai.........-..... required foe Ihc-pro-'i iheir children, u iS-careless to neglect j duction oi munitions of as i its bcnefiLs. Look out for substitutes. to the best methods of cons.'.rving the scott ft ikm-nc. Toror.io. ouu 15-21. Picture shows a French soldier usins? tpe new trench periscope enaUes him (o aim his rifle without oxpciing himself at Uie tibeiwation hole, shown between the sand ibags.- SALTS IF BACKACHY AND KIDNEYS HURT Stop Eatinj Meat for awhile' if "Your Bladder is Troubling Ypii When you wake with backache and. dull misery in tlie jddney region- it generally means yon have :been pat- ing too much meal says a well-known authority. Meat forms uric acifl, which overworks the Moneys-: In. their effort to filter it from the Hood and they become sort of paralyzed and Injgy. When your kidneys get slug- gieh and clog you must relieve .them like you relieve your bowels; remov- ing ail the body's urinous waste. elue 5-011 have backache, sick headache, (lizzy spells; your stomach ton- gue is coated, and when'the weather is had you have rheumatic .twinges. The urine la cloudy, full ot-sediment, channelr, often get sore, water scalds and you are-obliged' to aeek relief two or three times during, the .night. Either consult, a good, reliable inhy stclan at once or get from your phar- OF CANADA- 13. O-, Nov. j dt-Klp coal contract inquiry was re-i sinned today, tlie examination of Mr. j iloslnia Kingliani WES concluded, ami Uie dredge Ciijitains were l.caril as to j. the instructions they had received at- ter last May as to ordering coal. Acting on telegraphic instruc-1 'tions of Supl. John L. Nelson, they! gone to Harry secretary of the Conservative association, an'j j by him they were directed to Kirkj and company, from whom they con- j tinned Us; set supplies .without any further explicit instructions where to SQ. '.Tlir'nwiiuntaiit o! ths public court the I Give Your Wile an Interest in thp. family's firmn- cialprogress by open- ing a Joint Account in Union Bank .of Canada, in her name and own.' You vilHiiVd it a very convenient arrangement, for then either can attend to -the banking when in town, makino deposits or withdrawing money. In case of the balance automatically goes to the survivor... uETMBRIDGE BRANCH GRA'SSYyLAKE BRANCH G. R. TINNING, Manager. H. E. SANDS, Manager S'x Home For to Eastern Canada United StaM der: wealmcss. sunply it, Jad Salts is a life saver for regular never done so. -.neat it is inexpensive, r. not makes a. deliglitful. :AV. II. Oric, oi; drlnk.-..J. D. the Saull Ste. Marie behoo Hlginhotham ft- C......Mmltcd, Drug !ias l-.ccn ssnUnmtl Ui a month in jail: fine of v I J.C.PETERSOM- ;