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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE tKTHBKIDGE DAILY HEUALD FRIDAY, DECEMBER Ifeeralfc alberta 0AILY AND WEEKLY. i'SuBierip'tioh- delivered, per year.. Daily; by mall, per Weekly, by mall, per year. i Buslriess Offlce Editorial Office............ Buchanan Managing Director 54.00 3.0Q 1262 1224 John Torranee Business Manager ROUND THE CIRCLE QF JTHE WAR The indications grow stronger each Bay that Germany is desiring jiot, course, as a conquered nation, but as a belligerent who feels her mil- itary" position strong enough today to demand peace on terms she herself SvilL 'dictate. Needless to say, with strong in the agreement not to conclude a separate peace, no such iconditions as would be imposed by Germany would at present be consid- ered. Nevertheless, the Germans are negotiating for peace, evidence of this the ceuiermi: of newspa- pers-discussing The Teutons of peac- and Bulgarians for- 'luaUy announce the completion of 1 their, campaign in Serbia, so far as the 1 Serbian troops themselves are con- cerned. It is now believed the Ger, anans are preparing a new offensive t against the Franco-British forces in southern Serbia. Dispatches yester-. .''dayStated that Germans had already grossed over into Montenegro, and thari'Italian troops had already been jaa'jed in Albania. TS'e Teutons hare .notified Greece. tnatSif the demands of the Allies are Receded to, Greek Macedonia will no -Joiner foe considered neutral 'terri- tory _: SPEAKS UNBIG FIGURES The wonderful success of the Caa- fediifii "war loan is proof to the -world AhafJ Canadians are solidly supporting Ihei'tountry's war policy. Ttjis a notice to Germanj that Can is m this war with not only its toen; but its -wealth, and ituwiU stay in. thaWar until Germany and us ambi tiQRS are overwhelmed. Canada s war loan means, a hundred jniJHon. bullets to wine autocracy off the face'oC the eaJcttfl DR. PRICE'S Cream Pure, Healthful, Made from Cream of Tartar CONTAINS NO ALUM Made, in Canada are still 'unexhausted, I imagine that he does so with infinitely more assur- ance than any hypothetical reward a supernatural religion can afford its votary. For his comfort is the sense of his life's blood flowing close to the heart of that cosmic entity of which he feels himself a fraction, and in vhose movements it is his measure of-his life's success to play the most essential, the most intimate part." This is an interpretation of duty from the .loftiest standpoint by a young- maa who was not called upon to serve. We hope it is not too lofty a sentiment- for young Canadians. was not a citizen of an Allied nation, and yet he felt called from the highest, motives to take part in the conflict. There are plenty young men who have not answered the call, though they certainly have heard it-' they hold back they will hang their heads after the war is over. The opportunity for service is at your side this moment. You can answer the call by joining. the Lethbridra Highlanders, and you can then hold your head high a.ter the war Diseased Remounts Menace to Farmers EXISTED LOFTY MOTIVES.: capable and care- young man can, with, honor or fcatistaction to hiraselr, refuse the call the countryjat this time If he floes, he wilHragret hia action in after To put it plainly and simpl> le will ashamed of himself w-hen the boys' come marching home ;A young American named Seeger, fffiio vas beginning to make a consid ferable literary reputation for himself, vtwas in Paris at the outbreak of war fand. enlisted in the French army. He was tilled not iong ago _ The other dav there was pubb bed m a New pTork weeklr, the New Republic, an article in which hs'' describes -what It I fwas that made him enlist, as well as f others -who were not. forced to serve. Sis words should make a strong ap- jieal to every young man m a position all similar to his The fact that he >3ias since.inade the supreme sacrifice ipeems'to give them a deepened mean- "I have talked with many of the froung volunteers here, he -wrote TTheir case is little known, even b> {the French, vet altogether interesting and anpealsng-c are on whom, the outbreak of the war lafd; to formal -compulsion Whj did you enlist' In f answer was the. same. That memorable day in August came. Sud- denly- the oldjhaunts .were the boon.compantocs had gone. If unthinkable to them, and accept oKiy the pleuunr tones Self, jto jo.un sweet of-Iife an defence nich thfey Aeren t then Shedding 'thlr blood' in r the' north. they would-.return, and with not all, but some. 'The old der of things wou'd vamsliedj There would a whose bond woiild be the, common1 lenngs fljorne, the common ll shared where iou-be'eij, B11 w.hat'have very'question woiild Irt II ed endure It' birth, pangs ready to assume the A ZEPPELIN BOMB liis bomb.-was dropped on a London theatre, 'and killed an actor on. the tage. -Despite the frequent Zeppelin raids, Londoners are not much .per- turbed by the bombs now he-perish whlfe fcweetneSB of youth is still In him, and j fell capacities for eaithljn bappmei i- Toronto: A blow at n-new indus- try which.has sprung up since the outbreak of tlie European "War and become menace to the farming com- munities furnished the first real ma- terial for action before the present session of the York County Council. It is the. business of buying rejected remounts of the allied nations and selling them again to the farmers. J. G; the Deputy Reeye of Vaughan, called Council's attention to an article in a farming paper, and said personal investigation had shown the matter complained.of to only too true. Horse's are in the United States, and when 'unload- ed here for.feeding many, are lourid to be diseased. Reeve J, M. Gard- house of a well known live stock dealer, drew attention to the deplorable conditions prevailing as the result of sales of rejected re- mounts. Most of these horses are dis- eased, and if allowed to be distribut- ed broadcast in farming cbmniunities then- a graie danger ot an epi- demic. "They were there by the thous and." declared Mr. Gardhquse, who recalled his visit to the-salep stables. Some had feet which were so badh diseased that they looked as though they would drop on" Bredenci lor ranee, Ottawa, Veterinary Director General hid come to Toronto in re- sponse to complaints, and had taken steps to cope yith the situation, even following three carloads to Chatham. From wtiat! Mr. "Or'ardhouse could learn the d-sea-es and injuries swn were contracted while en route 'from the United "-States.___________ PICKED UP IN FOR THE BUSY MAN The town ol Vcgrcvillc has raised for llio Patriotic Fund, Halifax subscribed a million.; and a half to the war Vulcan Presbyterians supported church union almost unanimously. St. John's Presbyterian church was opened recently at Moncton. Fredericton's new post oilice been thrown open for public use. has The live lobster Nova Scotia show shipments from- i marked, increase. WHAT CAUSES COLDS? This question is asked every day A cold is really a fever, ppt always causi-u the "ft eather but often due to disordered blood or lack of important food elements In changing seasons fat-foods are essential because they distribute heit by enriching the blood and so _render the sjstem better able to withstand the varying elepients ThiSMS the important reason Scott's Emulsion should be taken for Scolds, and it does builds strength to prevent sickness Scott's Emulsion contains Nature's rare strtngth building fits, so skillfull} blended that tlie blood profits from every drop It is free from harmful drugs Sold at drug get the genuine. Scolt Toronto, Ont.. Mason Risen Pianos FROM FACTORY TO HOME Twenty Branch Storei HIAO OFFICI AND FACTORIES, TORONTO The Final Christmas Present far your home: Music of Real Charm MUSIC, rendered, is the Maeon Rfeeh P'ayer Piano furnnhet The elusive charm of indlvidu ality la in every performance. Thus, though anyone may play this Instrument-- though no technical skill whatever is per- formance anonlthe Mason Hlsch Plajer Piano stirs the tmotiofis as musit, produced hi purelv automatic means can NEVER rdo' get the utmost satisfaction a Player Piano can offer, you should own-the Mason Risch, The very -best is-none too good .for your home. A' small cash payment takes a MASON mSOII PIjAYEtt' PIANO to horns any time jou may direct. MASON RISCH LIMITED 405 FIFTH STREET SOUTH, LETH1RIDOE COWANS Major J. II. .Wynne, formerly oi Montreal, died at Port Huron, Mica, St. Andrew's churcli, Rcgina, voted almost unanimously in favor ot church union. Rev. Spidell, .pastor of the Baptist church at Keh'tville, has volunteered for active service. Colin McKay, who farmed in tlie High Bluff district tor died at Portage La Prairie. Saskatchewan's wheat crop, bad, and indifferent, averaged 25.3 bus. to the acre. H. A. the Molson's Bank, Trenton, has been, transferred to Owen Sound. A. H. Clawson, formerly a resident of Prince Edward Island, now of Bos- ton, has been left by a form- er employee. Frank Fyslie, oi Montreal, brother of T. M. Fyshe, the well known Cal- gary contractor, has killed in action. Managers and clerks of Hamilton banks met recently to consider the advisability of forming a bankers' class for military training. Fire which destroyed the principal hotels and business houses of A'valpn, '.OK' Santa Catalina island, -California, threatened-the' entire1 destruction of thR town. C. C. Tr.evab.ion, the well-known' Calgary lawyer, who left that city ivith the university "corps, to rein- rorce the Princess.-Pats regiment, has obtained a commission, and will shortlv be transferred to the Rovll Naval Brigade. Paul Fuller, York attor- nev who-.visited -Mexico in September ast year as President Wilson's agent and conferred with General Garranza on the Mexican situation, died sud n Picfon 'will shortlj cele bratc its 100th anniversary. During the century it has been nuoperatiqn about eight -thousand students have received instruction within its walls, and 01 this numbed over thret i him dred liave become 'preachers of the gospel. Duke succeeds Kenneth Campbell (resigned) as manaeer ot the Brandon branch of the Royal Bank He nas formerly manager of the bank s branch it Harnston Ont The latter position has been filled by H. M. Robins, moved there from Bruce Mines. Frank Booth, a- member of -the' 122nd (Simcoe) battalion, met death at Orillia. He joined -the battalion in the moinmt, took the physical drill and after a hot shower plunged into the Y M C A su imming tank He swam around the pool once and then sank. He was -quickly taken from the water but all attempts at resuscita- tion failed. Right Rev. George Williapi Munde- lem, auxiliary. R C Bishcp of Brook- lyn has bee-i aPPQinteo archbishop of Chicago in to the late Archbishop QuiglT Right Den nis J now bishop 01 the diocese of Jaro, Philippine Island, [las been chosen as the neyr bi hop of Buffalo. Melt in the "Moutk elevator, hut we have seen sufficient to know that it nils a great onlj requires to be patronized ;b'y the 'armers to become very popular; Its japaulv is 000: This Is not much in the light of the last crop but, it is a lot to the farmer when he requires it critically. the Board Qi Gram rmsbioners ordered'the Canadian Isor- thern give preference .to cars for our elevator. The Winnipeg Grain Ex- change was also requested to relieve tht situation by using our elevator as much as possible. "I no hesitation in .saying that our elevator is a facility for which we have great reason to be thankful I note from the.-newspaper. roceued from you today that you are urging for a similar one at your city. Mai succeed but don't do as did.-donlt, locate llus if there is zran in the district served by the elevator, some of it is hound to find its uav into the elevator. Gram KIDNEYS Take a fllase of Salts if your Back or Bladder bothers. Advantages Of An Internal Elevator The folloTuni; letter eraphasbing the advantage of an internal storage elevator m a'distrjfit Tiheat is an abundant product, has been re cened by Pres 01 the board of trade from P Sclanders, of the board-o' trade commissioner .at Saskatoon Doar Jlr reply to faror uf the 33rd inst, our ele is working well "At first, farmert did cpt appear to realize the numerous advantaecs it cllered They continued consign the stuR east, just as they had al wavs done Then came the acute tar it was brought home to them that the use of our elevator would invohe of our people could not get- a cent until thc> hod scojicd a car Tim were unable to pa> their Ihreshcrmen and their wages "i was tht ii ost embarrassing iVs a result, the me ot the Interior Ele lator liere his been compelled upon them and thej certainly found it of the greatest aaviintagc, and arc now lining It freely At leabt, it en- ables the ultimate Use cars arid the of the farmer for the meeung of his urRonl obligations, such as indicated rcail} i "Our elevator ofiers every facility and every advantage of the lake front elevators, while our storage rates are considerably cheaper. "This season is the first for anywliorp south of Okotoks flnds'its 'logical' nnd cheapest route to both Atlantic and Pacific, through Lethbridge. The'. logical point for elevator1. should, at Lcthbridge, as being urged ;'hy the business m.en tp; 'the government.1 The American men and women must guard constantly against Kid- ney trouble, because we eat too mucl) and all our food is rich. Our blood lii filled with uric acid .which the kid- neys strive to filter out, they weaken from overwork, become sluggish; the eliminattve tissues clog and the re- sul't is kidney trouble, bladder weak- ness and a genera! decline in health "When your kidneys feel like lumps of lead jour back hurts or the urine Is cloudy, full of sediment or you are obliged to seek relief two or three times during the night; if you suffer with sick headache- or dizzy, nervous spells acid stomach, or you have rheumatism when the weather is bad, get from vour pharmacist about four ounces of Jad Salts; take a talble- spoonful in a glass of water before breakfast for a few; days and your kidneys will then act fine. This fa- mous salts is made from the acid of grapes lemon juice, combined with lithia, and has been uied for generations to flush and clogged kidneys; to neutralise thp. acids In the urine 10 It no lonier H a lource of irritation, thus bladder disorders. Jad Salts is inejpensive; ctnnot injure makes a delightful efferveq- cant lithia-water beverage, and be- longs in every home, because nobody can make a mistake by having a good kidney flushing any time. D. Hig- Infotham Co., Limited, Druggists. Home For Christmas to Eastern Canada United States Low Fa res The For Special LitepatL. I. C.PITERSOH Gninl AHn' iiHMV A.CMMBCSOH Geo. R. Dixon Co. FURNACE'WORK Sheet Metal Contractora Roofing, Gss Lighting, Cornice and Sky. Lights. PHONE 1057 P. O. BOX 534 Office Rear of Stafford Dlock RE-OPENED For Business H. MAYER PHONE 66S 120 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Special Prices on All Wines Croft's XXX Birkijlal Hartmann Port XX Croft's X Extr'1 Pcr Pint' ftartpn's Burgiijidy, per :i pottle lpl.50 VOTE FDR McKENZIE For Commissioner of Public Utilities. TO THE CITIZENS OF respectfully request your support in the Coming Elee- ion as Commissioner of Public Utilities. Having been onnected with the Electrical business far the past 15 ears, arid with the business experience ebujnefel dgr- ng that time, I feel I have the necessary quajlfleftlani o serve you .well. At .a later dau I will ct'er orm for your approval. W. I ;