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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAf.R r VTimumr.K "MI.T SATniOAY. DECEMBER 1, 1917, Profiteering in the West FUSICHIFATSHIE (From the Financial Times) thai Mr. MsruoiVf visba is slill ob- The Financial Times lias rccelvcJ a "l'uro- Mr fiUrroch.s Lcller Wtter troii) Mr. G. Mnrnoch, Ktliicr Financial Ticl.'s: dent or (he l.ci'hbrldge board o! ir-ule, Ihink you my nnd vice-dnlrjiiau ot t'Je Souihcrn .Vi-! in Thp [irsl calf to fcr i-u.-llonfJ sru- lunch at ihe bin r.U'.le sJlo al ili Canary. Dec. 1. His jr. the ,f iho .0 Washington. DOI-. ttu- kid-hen waste at Urilfoh army IA nsoJ to sorul shells Him; nusul'lr reports today lo ihe department ol pose lawardB tho unity of ,us xanl0n says simply ei.-elleut. on in souihern Alborta I.' any. dsruage is done lo ihe unity (poicis om itu- necessity ol jiossJMlftlc3 of Lcllibrklse as -ia ILU of Cruallabv the publication of articles'ihe fp.nr.ers subsi-rLliir.e 10 Ihc Mm j portam live siocfc centre. on "rroHtrerins." Nifl rin.meiil I Tram my lonKO.Uon leading The- pricv of hay 1ms dropped sotn? o'clock tills niornliip. parly WHS mei by Sir JIUIPA LoutfioeJ, Mayor ______ ......____ I'ostelb. l.i. liov. ..Mermen and proucllciiilfor'lTioO U. llo'-mPtL Alex. yeaiJy [s bolnR produced from M I. A Premier -r. wbii-ii hlilicnu were thrown away. ISIov.-, M.L.A., Colonel JjJclioii- waste !s inducing proJucU wurlii nJlMtos the MJ. D.O.C.. tHsirJci No. ami pscort. monthly. Kst-oried by the Northwest, Momiie.i 1'oliee the I'irly drove lo the cliv hilt, where his excellency was U'heu the growing of a pig Is accept- as evidonca of patriotism, and the in all gcoJ lay and Iruia ;hem on ihe particularly" In Montana, due to presented wiili iho formal mlilreja by catlmj of bjcoii Indifference Miyor Costellu. Thi: iA was presented i0 ihe welfare of ohr nlllcs, ttcro uactlon o[ its so'J1. this tlic'Joici Cuirm itec o: Commerce and iuc I'rolotifevl fiim wop.thcr. The dull _____ ______ r.ot by us. It Vr. j I ivould fay that ihe re- heavy catile rur. ihio Is not plentt- to litai eucloicJ in A highly paltsheu be an atiuuda-jce ol bacon tor tliu M'Vioch liiiats That we have aril, los In Iluacciil on tudc but liquidation lhat Genre- xo.it's horn, silver capped boys in iho trenches. mihi'-ah'n- articles o'l ihe i-trniers snrve no useful Hy later on and for this coup- anj cngr.ived. Ihe male to lint pi'e-__________________ ,ie toward the uuily led with iho shortage ihe world over, sauted to tlic Duke of t'oiinaught on i of Canada, and are caltlo growers aro assurol ol 11 con- Hy greatly harmful to ihe Victory ilnuaiicc pf nlgo prices for a long time yw ;limcst two hours cil'zeus of BRAZIL AVIATORS ON ALLIED F110 NT 1 Dec. Is suoa to m-jhc lur first iron- Iribution lo the furies v of Iho nllics. In to KII v Invilnllou tho British RUV- rrtimeiil that Urazil'au iivlntuvs v cuiiiplcle ilit'lr course of in- v atrucliou In Ku'jl.in-J, twelve aviators will leave here shortly for Kurujie. Xcvr York, Det-, Dank o! lu'conling lei advlcci receivrd here yesterday, has broker .all preccik-nts uud U now paying 4 1-1 j pc-r cent interest on Utiioslts by haiikt 'for foreJsu accouut. It that the Hank of Kiigl ling lunds. Sivlce growfrg may not be Hie most' branth of ngrkulluro at the present but there ii an urceiit; call for bacou from iho bi-js In ireuches, Tliey ape ihe ofj From onc-tlilrd to of l your liberty and mine. TLey e.innal carcasu ol pork will produce bacon flflu if they urc not (ed, you This is in demand In Ihe trencher. Tin o your pan by raisins I'lfi? You i-eiiiahule-r eonstsla ol lianii in ay eat Ihc und c-rs ;unl Tliese ure unsultce sparerlbs, but scud Iho bucon lo the to the COD (it Lion of ihe. caiups au( boys. sliouid be consumed ?t home. i fari'irroT o! 'i i-'rortim ftc-tioi: of Jn criiiciiing "the is We arViur peicc tiic itrricullnral inicresis nf Ihe indusirhl nr.il tininciul which rre-particularlv but we are not (or peace ti. vr.y price, and ivhea the agriculiural WC-FT ihniusli otdclal spokesman ai ihe head cf iis farmers' organizations nbr-ui the sucfc'.ng of iho naildu's blnoJ by east- ern ;iud raj'Jialists rvnd innndf the coafiscaiion of their profits, li is time lo retaliate by out that big profits are not confine.l the cist bu( arc lobe fcucd ly amons very who arc ile- nouncing thorn loudly, and ihai while bis profits In the have been largely used for ihe sLppon of ihe na- tion's crcdh and iis rharltahle enter- prises have been lavishly cui into by special taxation, iho big profils of; the fanner have as yet been umcuch- cd by any ol these Mr. Marcorh's ilm the farmers of ihc west c.re ilaiup their share m regard lo tlie Victory loan la most seiiFlaciory. ami'ivliru ihe fio" urea nre avaijablc The Financial Times will be found prepared 10 give full honor to ihe agricultural cornuiUDlty for whatever II may do lo help the nation's and credit. ftVe are greatly misialcen it the ircstcm firm- er is the man to sulk and If abstain from n naltnnal duly simply because iho charge; oi "profiteering" which he has industriously flung at others Is re- torted upon Ills cwn head accompanied bv HQ ample supply prlina [acie evidtnro. The Canadian farmer, as v.-c know him, and especially the west- ern farmer who has a goci deal of American bloort in his Tcins, is quite capable ot peeing B-jofce even when il 13 on lifmsell. And the spectacle of one group ot wealthy and' prosperoiis Canadians calling nnolher group ol Canadians a body -of prorileeriog bloocisnchers, because they are also taallny aril prosperous Is eDiinently humorpus. We Eball continue to e.v nlbit its lllpsicality and its humor un ill the westerners give evidence Loan. comniunity. rural 110 coijie. urban, is falling r phi in, behind I [tii? loan, nsauy intn like myself devot- j iiiB six and eight weeks of hard jvorfc volunieriiy to the organization. Yours etc.. 'G. R. MAKXOCII, Vice-Chair man. Souther tt Alberta Victory Loan. Canary, Algeria, Oc-tober "Jl. (by iCalR.iry were lutrt'dm'ed lo Ibc gov- lerno.- gonerr.l and at ii imblle limctPOJi took place. Abobt 300 gucsls rresenl. An bin simple and eco- nomical iirogram was ;irraDged (or his excellency's visit. At i o'clock a re- vlew cf all ihe Military forces In Ihe chy took place, IncluiHns overseis torces. rcturneil veterans, lOL'rd, Ca- Jcts anil Hoy Scouts. veierans who not able lo Vicloria. D. C.. Xov. Wil- liam Hifqins. dean of iht; newspaper- bo present will have the opportunity men on Pacific coast, and of meeting tbe iluke at ihe Ogdea Con- ably the editor in Canada, dic-I vales cent 'Home. here today on tbe anniversary of his IS3rd birthday. j Mr. who ivas born In Halt- j fax on November 1S3I and educat- ed in Hrooklyn. N.Y., came to San Francisco by way ol thb Isthmus uf Ivanarua in May, 1S56. He founded DECLARED WILL INVALID Sa.TS Minister of Justice is Try ing To Disorganize Police Force .Montreal. Dec-. Monlrenl. Dec. ihe n-ill cf Ovila Patenaude, of St. Henri pc did not state that il ihe Morning Call In December of that read to iho leslator, "by the year, disposed of It In the next year, notary" li was declared by the courl _ He came lo the Krascr Valley a lit- 0[ roview hero yesterday invalid, nnd i lie laier and went to Vicloria In 1SBO. ihe judsmeni of HIP -suFerlor court In lie was a member of tltc lesislaiure the case was reversed. Phllonieue tor Esquimau from iSSti lo 1S9S and patenaurte. the widow, sued lo have speaker from 1890 to ISis. For some tho Mill set aside. II lett Ihe entire Chief few years he was Briitsb vice consul estate lo the broihors and of the teslator, and they won In Hie sup- erior conn. From tins the widow ap- pealed to the court of review. The Grandcbampp, who gave the order lhat at Port Wash. men considered as deserters under ihe military service act should be arrest- j DUNCAN r ____ cd on. sight, now stales lhat the order He founded the Xalional Tramways -.vil! was mado eighteen years before countermanded but he was en-j Company iu Victoria In 1SS9T Ihe pio- Ovila PatenauOc married. Although forcing tho act the same. Mayor Martin ennounced that he had not told Ihe deputy chief to re- frain from enforcing ihe act, but had asked him to submit the order-in- council sent down from Ottawa lo the chief o( police deaerlers Lo Lhe board of control. The mayor complained lhat il the duly of the minister of justice to all lo Ihe administration of the .city. It was for them lo give the orders to act, and Ihejr might ask the minister of justice to engage special constables lo do Lhe T neer slrcel railway system and sank tbc notary who drew Ihe will had les- a fortune in it. For several years tiiied thai tbe document was read to nrior to 1907 he was cdllor of Ihe Ovila Patenaude, by him. this was not Vancouver World. He wrote many sufficient, ihe court held as Ihe will short stories, tbe most notable being itself should have mentioned tills. "The Mystic Spring" and "The Pass- ing or a Race." He Is survived by four children. some of the Montreal .Martin. .complained of Ihe having seen the point. "We are sorry 5iorilrt-al xrort police. Mayor minia'ler of Justice disorganizing FOUR BODIES RECOVERED CALGARY WINTER FAIR Calgary, Dec. hundred Christopher. 111.. Dec. l.-Four bod- brefl slock and 2.000 en- les hiTe been recovers from the mine in the chicken classes will be on OL the Old Ron Coal Company, four exhibition in Victgria Part here on miles nortli of'heie. which was wreck- December 11-14, in the biggest winter etl Thursday night by an explosion, fair that tho west Las ever seen. There None ol the bodies have been Ider.ti- nre 50 per cent more entres than last fled. Fourleen other men ivere trap- year. In 1S15 in cattle ped in the mine and are thought lo horses, sheep and were GOO; in have, been killed. H9H, 40D and in 19 we 916, L959. health, your comfort and your economy for the coming months will de- pend upon an efficient heating iequipmenl in yoUr home. With coal steadily increasing in price, the proper heating apparatus will play an inipoftuiii part in your economy budget. v A furnace or boiler that delivers the out of your coal supply can save you miny dollars in coal bills doctor bills. First economy Ts always the be-.t. f Lct'us examine your furnace or boiler now. Probably with a small repair expense it can. be-made thoroughly efficient. Or, if you need a new equipment let us estimate on installing It for you. We will show the most modern and [mp'roved heating systems as consume s rrTimmum of coat and furnish an evenly distributed easily regulated heat throughout the house. WALKER HOLBERTON PLUMBING, HEATJNG AND GASFITTING. PHONE 521 516 FOURTH AVE. S. The Confessions of 500 Newspaper Music Critics FROM New York to San Francisco; from Toronto .to San Antonio; in towns, cities and Metropolis, professional music-critics, modest and famous, from over 500 of tlic largest to the smallest daily papers on this continent have attended "Rc-Crcalion givea by famous'artists from the Edison Laboratories, at which these arlists would'sing in direct compaiison. with their n-crealed voices on the New Edison Diamond-Disc Phonograph. All ol these critics have confessed, In their own columns, over thejr own signatures, that it is impossible to distinguish the real voice or instrument from its re-creation on "THE PHONOGRAPH WITH A SOUL" The weight of this amazing vtrclict can best be realized by rcmemberinf; that in a case o: which a.human life depends our courts consider a jury of twelve men, carefully selected, com petcnt to render justice on evidence submitted. Yet here are enough men to constitute ovc forty separate juries of the most critical, capable calibre, who render forty unanimous verdicts, from the evidence submitted to them. Only tue New Edison could sustain such a dare make the attempt GET THIS FREE tkt CHtei Saj" A little jS-Ittgt booklet with cilraclj lioin papers KillmJ all OTCT Canada and the V.S., illustrations of arluts giving these tuts, is yours for Ihe tiling. 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