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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, FOUR ALBERTA RECRUITS FOR NAVY Tbeso four young men left Alberta Monday night for Halifax; thonco they will proceed by. first transport tor service in the Bpya'l Navy. Othor rocr.ults have preceded them sli g of tho naval' recr.ultlng A Host of Surprises For Our New F. C. Ottawa, Dec. The duke of Dev- onshire will certainly be interested in Canada. His first official duty on reaching Ottawa was to read a bunch of letters -between Premier Bordea and his thorn in the flesh, Sir Sam. which are as full of sur. prises as a pumpkin is of seeds. "-Ms- one imagines His Excellency saying. "Things do happen here." Perhaps the Governor General (toes not appreciate the surprises in this correspondence to the same extent as we do who have been watching the cat jump for the last two years. For exampie. Premier Borden's ulti- mate indignation hinges on the small- est kind of the tone of shoe's, Hoss rifles, spavined chargers, the Bertram Shell Col- onel 3ohn 'Wesley Allison, the fuse contracts, Camp Bordon, and a- 'hun- dred other crimes against the Do- minion of Canada and then fires Sir Sam 'for what? For his offences against the state? No. Fur an af- front to Premier Borden's personal doesn't like the tone of Sir Sam's last letter. True, Premier Borden mentions the fact that Sir Sam has heen acting off his own "bat, not consulting his colleagues, disobeying orders, in fact, but all these misdemeanors pale be- side the frank language Sir Sam uses 'in writing- to the head of the govern- ment. Sir Sam may behave iike a load of hay for two is to say. take up tile whole he mustn't be saucy to the Premier; That is- the unforgivable sin. Just for that'yoirll ail get off. f Incidentally Premier Borden is.-the t A T T-.I-, IIC.T- luciUBiiiuuv .rieuiier Duiutm. is. Sir Sam's letter. He_ stands (or paper j neatest mUe Sta-Dle-iocker after the horse is .stolen KO.W extant on the northern half of the-North American continent. Sir: Sam's resignation af- ter most of the harm has-'been done is Premier Borden's latest feat'in tliis Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY The land Bupport-. you and pay for itself. An. immense area of the most: fertile land in Western Canada 'for sale at low prices and easy terms ranging from 511 to'JSO for farm land.-. with ample irrigated lands One-twentieth down, balance withm twenty years In Irri cation districts loan for farm build ings, etc, up to J2.000, also repayable In twenty interest only 6 per cent Privilege of pa ,1ime. Here is your opportunity to In- crease your farm holdings by getting adjoining land, or secure your friends as neighbors. For Literature and par ticulars apply to. __ Allan Cameron, Gen'l Supt. of Landi, Detk 26, Deft, of Natural Resources, C.P.R, Calgary, Alta. ARROW COLLARS aKairveciit'toJittlitshoiitcltis Xutumiiy Sir Max -would have taken it, not so much for what there was in it AS a job, but for the cachet it gave him ns a responsible Ciuuulian statesman. It would have almost; made Sir respectable, "whicti; would Juive hccn n good '.thing for! any new companies he might be j forming-. Sir is another pon-{ spicuous example ot Sir Sam's pen- chant for picking tho wrong kiwi of friends. H. R GADSBY. THINGS SIR SAM MIGHT DO. (Ottawa Proas) 'It IB possible Gen. Htighos may open a bu o In ess office in Ottawa In the near, note. ttitli please suggestions for that business: Turning pruning hooks into Ross rifles. Speeding uu the manufacture of hbn. cbls., an industry which has slackened much of late... Writing letters for Bilj and Dan to Premier Bordeu. Arranging reception committees. Keeping a home firo burning so that Hon. Bab Rogers can call around when, not otherwise engaged. MORE FRAGRANT IN DARK Flowers are more fragrant when the sun is not shining on them, ac- cording to a French scientist, be- cause the oils that produce the per- fume arc forced out by the water) pressure in the plant cells and this! diminished by sunlight. j SAGE TEA DABS. ada had no idea that this affair of the heart had goae so far. Canada knew of Sir 'Max as the Canadian Eye Wit- ness at the front who did his Eye- witnessing of battle dangers by proxy of the "Morning thus leaving the Left Eye free to follow Sir Sam on his numerous visits to London and the Right Eye beut on the main chance which Sir Max never storing gray hair to its natural loses sight of at any stage of the. color dates back to grandmother's Sir Max I time. She used it to keep her hair] bocks of beautifully dark, glossy and attractive, j Don't stay Gray! Here's an Old-time Recipe that Anybody can Apply The use ot Sage and Sulphur for re- game. Canada also knew as a vicarious writer of common praise for Lientenant-Gener- al Sir Sam Hughes, his friend and patron and companion on roller skates. Canada also knew Sir Max as an expatriated Canadian, somewhat cloudy in his beginnings, who won fame and riches as the midwife of. the cement merger and other progeny of the same kind, who oecame the part- ner of Bennett, Jl.P., in an ele-- vator combine whose object was to give the Northwest farmer another "squeeze, and who subsequently took his jnonev over to where he bought a Unionist nomination for parliament and in due time a baron- etcy. 'The career of Sir Max in Eng land in such as fd "cause the average Canadian he can get then anybody can." Sir Max is not direction. But before had the excommunication of; Gar. laud, 11P and A DeWitt Foster, i of Canadian He is a promote; M having promote anything, including himself what you J would .'call, the highest type, onsly got .away Vita tho goods. This Is, thing Prem- Soineday -be.-will be caught trying to, sell the' dear public a millc mine' in ier "-Borden. others doj tbo moon. 'Meanwhile 'he has three penance for his lack of firmness. Another.surprise Ju Sir Sam's cor- WILSON'A "SKEITH, Local Agents. Sherlock Building. Lethbridge. J Notice to Creditors In the matter of the Estate of Vard L. Tanner, merchant of the Town of Raymond in the Province of Alberta Notice 'is hereby given that the above named insolvent Vard L. Tan- Trade Wind, as bein far too gay for ner of the Town of Raymond in the I a subordinate. The glimpse Sir i Province ot Alberta, carrying on bos-, Sam's letter gives into the seething res pond ence-a .surprise which is iu the nature of a.ruraor :the intimation that. Premier Bordea was nosing around-for a way out, either as "High London or as Chief Justice of Canada, via Sir Charles Fitzpatrick to be superannu- ated. Of Premier Bor- den -denies ,that .he contemplated quitting in the lace of the enemy, but .the fact tfiat Sir Sam noticed a wistful loot la the Premier's eye is worth-remembering. Another surprise to His Excellency but not. much of a surprise to iis who have been keeping tabs ;on, Ot- tawa, is the fact to which Sir 'Sam draws attention, in bis own artless that tbe Cabinet fairly, bristles, with leaders. What the Cab- inet suffers "from not lack of lead- ers, but aa embarrassment of riches in this respect. Premier Borden_ is only one leader among a rather listless one at even primus inter pares Sir Sam mentions at least Ntwo _ Honorable Bob, of and Sir Thomas White. Sir Thomas seems to be moving rapidly. Sir Sam also mentions Sir' George Foster, the Trade Wind, as bein far too gay for gether they 'dress' Sir Max iu three minutes, .their distinguished employ- er talking the while to half a dozen reporters and telling1 them what a great man he is Not to put too fine a point on it. Sir Max is a bit of a bounder, and in _ England. is_ widely known.as such.1 It is difficult to'see what dignit> Canada would have con- ferred on her by makiijetills swanker Overseas Minister of Sir Sam believed iu him as he believed in Allison, under some what similar circumstances, and was actually grooming him for tbe job. _J vortex of personal rivalries which goes by the name of the Borden. Cab- inet; is like a peep into Vesuvius. They seem to >be united on only.one give tit Mr friends, the prof- every, chaiice to bleed the peo- ple to their last dollar. Another surprise is the emergence of Sir rGeprge Perley. Sir fSeorge has-in his time been Acting -Minister _____________ _ forevery one of his colleagues in the bridge at the hour of four o'clock, Cabinet They had no fear off leav- AVednesday-the Stli day 04'December, hng. him in. charge. He was under- 1916, for the'purpose of receiving 'a. to have no personal ambitions, .statement ot the affairs of the said j so his colleagues knew him as a safe Insolvent, for-the. appointing of Inspec- sort of ehairwarmer who would nev- mess as a merchant, has made ar as- 1 signment of his estate and effects to I the British Canadian Trust Company, Officia I Assignee for the general benefit of his creditors, under the pro- visions of the "Assignments Act" be Ing chapter 6, of the Statutes of Al- and amendments thereto The creditors are notified to meet at the office of the British Canadian Trust Company m the Cit> of Leth- for .bis necktie, another for bis shoes and 'a rest of his1, clothes. third for Working the to- her hair took on that faded or streaked appearance, this! simple mixture was applied with won- derful effect. But brewing at home is mnssy and out-of-date. Nowadays, by asking at any drug store for a 50 cent bottle of j "AVyeth's, Sage and Sulphur Com-' you will get this famous old; preparation, improved by the addition! of other ingredients, which can be de- pended upon'to restore natural color; and beauty to the hair. j A well-known downtown druggist says it darkens-the hair so naturally and evenly that nobody can tell it has been applied. You simply dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one strand at a time. By morning the gray hair disappears, and after another ap- plication or ii becomes beauti- fully dark and glossy. Wyeth's Sage Sulphur Com-r pound is a delightful, toilet requisite for those who desire'a more youthful appearance. It for the cure, mitigation or -prevention of .dis ease, J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd-, Druggists, Lethbridge, tisement. DIRECT ROUTE CALIFORNIA The Land of Sunshine, Fruit and Plovers Automobiling, golf, polo, tennis, and all manner of out-door sports and recreation are winter delights in California. Spend the coming months the Warm Winter Way "California" Fares, miles, and other information afton application to LE.OMER 809 Centre Street Calgary AN ADI AN TOOKE COLLARS BROS LIMITED MONTREAL EXCURSIONS TO THE OLD COUNTRY LOW ROUND TRIP FARES TO ATLANTIC SEAPOBTS iN CONNECTION WITH OCEAN TICKETS, VIA ALL STEAMSHIP LINES. Tickets on Sale, Nov. 13th; Dec. 31st, 1916. Final Keturn Limit Five Months From Date of Issue. For Full Information Applv to S. B MITCHELL, Ticket Agent. V Lethbndge R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. tors and the giving of directions nitb reference to the disposal of the es- tate Creditors unable to attend this meeting personally should forward an appointment of a proxy to the said rompany .Every creditor or person claiming to.be entitled to rank on the. estate assigned, is required to deliver or send post prepaid, particulars of his claim to the said Campauy on or before 25th day of January, 1917- said claim f veined by'Statutory .Declaration and ouch vouchers as the case admits :of, and stating whether he holds any security for his claim .or any part thereof, and putting a specified value on'iuch security (if any) in accor- dance with the said Act. And notice Is further given that after the said 25th day of January. 1917, tbe said Company shall proceed .to distribute the estate of the solvent under the said Act, having re- tard only to such claims of whfclr it shall have notice at such time of dis- tribution. _ Dated at Lethbridge, this 25th day er set the world on fire. Premier Borflen felt so sure of him that he made-.him High tern. Mark .that "pro tern." Premier Borden may not be as aloof from that High Commfssion- ership a? he "professes. At alJ events Sir Perley is still .High Com- missioner "pro besides being Overseas Minister of which is going up a lot of his time. The "pro tern" job probably find a good man to handle it presently. Meanwhile, Sir George is" Overseas Minister of Militia, a position which he is said to have filled for a year past, and which 18 now given its real name. With: pardonable cheerfulness Sir. Sam points out that Sir George.Per- ley has been for most of the Canadiati military mentMn'EnglaneR for the last twelve months, which is ''equivalent to say- ing that Sir George 'is responsible .for a pretty bad mes.s. Still, who would it ot Sir George Perley? November 1916 That quiet oyster of a man Overseas wi, MSnistor. of Militia and against Sir BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST, Sam's so. It was like being COMPANY, Official Assignee, kicked to death by a beetle Solicitor ,for the Asstg- Another surprise >s Sir. Sam's fatal ror.air-.Mas Can- All orders for Grace Coal will be handled by Dowslcy Land Agency, Ooaldale Block, next Merchants' Bank. No. C O. D. orders filled. Cash to accompany each order. No teams allowed .at'mine. Price lor 2 A. M. DOWSLEY AGENT Telephone 1801) Winter Excursions Low Round Trip Fares TICKETS ON SALE DAILY, DECEMBER 1st TO 31st. TO TORONTO, HAMILTON, LONDON, 'OTTAWA, ST JOHN, HALIFAX AND All Points in Eastern Canada Final Return Limit THREE MONTHS from date of issue. j To Atlantic Seaports in connection with ocean tickets via all Steamship Lines to the OLD COUNTRY Final Retuin Limit FIVE MONTHS from date of issue. Abo to St .Paul, Minneapolis, Cedar Rapids, Chicago, Council Bluffs, Des Moinec, Dubuque, Fort Kansas City and other United States Points Final Return Limit THREE MONTHS Jrom date of Issue. To Vancouver, Victoria and New Westminster on Sale December 4th to 9th, January 8th to 13th and February 9th to 10th, 1917. Final Return Limit April 30th, 1917. tion apply to any Canadian Pacific Ticket Agent, or f DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Cslgiry. LYPSYL FOR YOUR LIPS The smarting of chapped or wind-cracked lips is hard to bear. Also, they are an unsightly inconvenience you can .well avoid. Use Lypsyl. It's a .healing toilet dainty that keeps the lips rosy, full colored and a-bloom with health. in fluted nickle carry it about in purse or pocket At all druggists. for .the one of the family- of Toilet Preparations _____ _ JIade iu Bugladd and in Canada by Soap London IMITED A; -the 'lifno Paris Toronto BRYAN STICKS' TO NEBRASKA William -Bry- passed 'ffirpUgh' -here today and tlie're'port "that he Intended to moveiiatfdy from; Nebraska. "Never: in the twenty-nine1 years that lived iu Nebraska" have I been m harmony lyitii so large a majority" bt the people there on poli- tical he said. "My home shall continue to be tliere, and'-there t will vote as long as I live. Mrs. "Bryan nnd I arranged about four years ago to spend our winters in Florida, and we 'shall. spend part of the summer in Ashvllle, N. C., but we shall -snend part of the. year in Nebraska; and that part will include Election Day. "We -were more pleasod with Nebraska than we are- today. I behind me in my fight for prohibi- tion. The (Democracy'-.-of Nebraska was "'wet1 in the with the brewers, distilleries and saloons closed, the Democracy-will be 'dry' We will now begin to build the or- ganization, oil a 'dry1 foundation." "THE FgOL OF THE FAMILY" The appointment of Prince of Prussia, "the fool of the family" as Grand Admiral of th.e. German and Auatriuii fleets, has caused dis may among the commanders of the firmly believe .I shall have for birds. latter, says Reynold's newspapei. Though identified -with the navy from his boyhooct, Prince Henry knows as much about: seamanship as does about shooting. Of his skill as a markaman all that is necessary to say is that lie has-already wound- ed three .of his friends, in mistake Business Worries In our past experience we find that many merchants, farmers, and wel! known, business men are absolutely ignorant as to their own business If your creditors arc worrying you. if your affairs are not as.they should be. Could you not afford Five per etnt of your Income to have matters proderly adjusted, satisfactory to yourself and to your creditors? Private correspondence respected. ESTATES ADMINISTERED, LIQUIDATOR, OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE. British Canadian Trust Co. OEO. W. ROBINSON, Manager and SecreUry PHONE 1843. CONYBEARE BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. WANTED! ,A "STORE SLOGAN" FOR C. W. HANSEN'S HARDWARE A Eldridge Sewing Machine FOR THE BEST SLOGAN SENT IN s TO EVERYONE i NO-RESTRICTIONS START NOW.- FINISH DECEMBER 31st, 1916 WINNER-WILL BE ANNOUNCED JANUARY 8th, 1917 C. W..Hanseii's Hardware, Barons, Alberta Doctor Tells How to Strengthen Eyesight 50 per cent In One J Week's Time In Many Instances A Fred Prasorlptlan You Can .Have Filled and Use at Home. Philadelphia, you wear Classen? Are you a Tietlm of ere strain or otter If so, you will be to know that according to In-. Uwle there hope for you Many whose eyeo were tsllinc say they hate had their restored through principle of this wonder- ful free frescrlpUoa--One man saya. after trying It "I.was almost blind; oould not to at all, Now 1 tan read eTerythlnj-wltaxieit'any (laasee and my eyes do not water anymore At nlfht they.would pain dreadfully; now they feel flat all the time. It wa> like a miracle to A lady who us- ed It "Hie alnwephtre seamed (laaaes, but after, this prescription .for flf. teen days eTArythlng seems olear. I can even read fine print without glasses beilered that thousands who wear Jean now discard In'ai'reartonable time and multi- to atrangthen their le (pared trouble lad erer frttint; mrtibles'rff many deecrlp- by following the simple rules. Hen the prescription; Go to drag etore' apd bottle at Hon- Opto tablets Drop Bon-Opto tab- let into a fourth of t glut at wmr and allow It to dtsiolre. With tkle liquid bathe the eyes two to fetir times dally. You should notice your clear up perceptibly right from the start tnd inflammatioB will quick' ly disappear. M your are bother- Inc you.'eren t little, tike save them now before It U too late. liopeleesly blind might have been saved It they hid cared for their eyes In time. Note: Another prominent physician U> whom the strove article was Sub- mitted, said: "Bon-Opto It a re- markanla remedy. Its rena'.Uuent In- KroukuU ts emtnent specialists and widely, prescribed by them. Tho manufacturers gutrantee It to strengthen eyesight M i> c. in cne week's time, in Instancot. ot refund the money. It can be obtained from any good druggist and Is one ol the-very few. preparations I feel should -be kept on hand for regular use In almost every Hcil Cross Drug 6 ilook Company, Ud, ___ ___ Uont mtr, wpiiderfully sells-H.-Advorttsement-' ;