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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta *t- >i w* - *% '\ THE LKTHBfttDGC DAILY HKIALD SO letbbrtoae 1>eral& letbbrtfce^| returned^ "TBSri,^ less criticismqf civic s4pj*pj?t'ra^q this year than (or year*pai^^.I^oflld appear thatTbiev iwyarsifmiil^ffejd with the economical: and careful administration of at-; fairs during'the past year. - fault, and are sowing the seeds of dls rupUon and disunion which will some day nature into such a harvest that I pity those who will bare to reap it If this were left to a certain class of fanatic* it would not be so bad, but ja^Ul-I �ne Torch' ing up some charge against our pea ple�and con*Un*o�lly"nagtlng at them, I feel disheartened and discouraged. "It looks as if a certain class of extremists in the country, to carry out some purpose which 1 do not see, is determined to create a feeling against the province of Quebec and the French-Canadians, which trill - make the position of the latter intolerable in the Confederation. Let me tell you that as far as the assertion goes that' the priests are preventing recruiting, this is a lie. The pastoral letter of the Bishops is being. lived , up to by the clergy, and almost every day the newspaper 'L'Action Catholique,' published in Quebec-the official organ of Cardinal Begin-is encouraging our people to dp their duty toward the country and the Empire.' As "for enlistment amongst French-Canadians, J took the (rouble the.other day to telephone the Militia department and was assured that up to now, as far as could t be ascertained, SE00 French-Cannilian's were under arms for overseas sonSce. Upon the whole, out of the total .number of Canadian-born enlisted' men, the French-Canadians have an equal proportion' of recruits, and. probably more." , �.JSUr.injmy of. the Conservative papers- have' been criticising the Quebec1 enlistments since the war commenced, aiid "this gentleman's rebuke, containing information as well, should quiet their nefarious efforts to sow discord amongst our people. Whatever failings tho.- French habitant; -may possess in his attitude on the'war, can be attributed to the insidious doctrines preached; in.'the past by. the National--) jsts, the alike of the Conservatives in 1911: and since. fWCKED UP IN lASSLNGCZZI FOB. THE BXfdX IstAN AT AN INTERSECTING STREET FARM CREDITS A VITAL QUE8TI It .is to * � A p?�miuent/Frencli-Canadian Coh-.jservatf've in a feceht letter to a friend' lin Toronto said: \ "If. ^you^ are sick and tired, as yo,u "say, of Rearing-the .question put io jyou: 'Why are the French-Canadians |and Roman Catholics not enlisting?' Jl am absolutely disgusted at the false i and slanderous statements made by .a ^certain class of bigots throughout the - ^Dommiota, but particularly in- the vipi Evince'of Ontario. One would think ithat under present circumstances ev-�:erybody*: would'work for unity of pur* '9ow and bury as deeply as possible ;any'antagonism between the different graces. On the contrary, certain' peo-i>ple, in.-; Ontario e^speclaliy, are 4>ent 'upon fiudicg the French-Canadians at' k. , ' ' Hector � Lang is a possible mayor-altyrcandidaie in Medicine Hat. ~Tl�e" Norfftbrn Crown hank has closed- its branch at Macleod. The LethhridRe BrewinK A Maltine Co. is apfilying for a wholesale .liquor iicenseiig.AT�!son, B. C" '\ v - Capt. J. Johnson, BL4 D., of. Bur-gessvjlle, hgs been appointed medical officer of the 91st Battalion; The four Presbyterian churches in Retina supported church union by a vote of; ten to one. ' T.^' FaWcett and F. R. McMillan ha,vc. withdrawn from the mayoralty contest In Saskatoon, leaving Dr. A. vMcO. Young the only contestant. . Lt. G. K. Wilgress, of Brockville, son of Ontario's government printer, has been killed in action in France. Brigaditr^Geserals Garnet Hughes and* Robert Rennie. have assumnr' command of the 1st and 4th Infantry Brigades, respectively. two veteran Ontario public school inspectors are dead, Wm. Johnston, M'.A., LL.B., of Athens, and Thomas R. A. Ward, formerly Principal of teach at vl7 WHEN THE BROWNS 7 FIRST BOUGHT THEIR, CAR- 2.^rAN& A YEAR.  4'. PROM FACTORY TO HOME ,, f w�nty,Dr�Meh ltsr�� -1, .�-AluiJi!tijUJ Cartoon^by Moyer. 'Truck and Trade" Uncle Sam F. a tirden street Public school. Tor on-, is1 ilea*;'. He .used'-tcT Al ^ Peterboro.*- Lieut.-Col. Floyd is the officer commanding the new 139th Battalion, which is boing recruited in Northumberland , County, with Cobourg as headquarters). Senator Robert M, La Follette of Wisconsin, probably will be a candidate for the Republican nomination for. president at the next Republican national convention according to the statement of his political friends. Albert Sellers, a wealthy Maiden township farmer, convicted of illegally, administering noxious drugs to a young woman employed on bis farm, was sentenced to one year in the Central Prison. Sellers was for several years treasurer and teacher of Maiden Sunday school. (rerraauy's.. present shortage in cop-^er. may:'.re^ remedied by Qovernmcnt conflspation.' of copper usetTih transmitting' the. current to electric car systems in "the German Empire thus providing conper- enough -to last five year*)- according1 to an interview with A; S. Wertheim, a Hamburg merchant, "appearing jn the Norwegian trade journal Kqrmand. Ottawa, Nqv. 30.-The irot?y of fate . more will probably be said along tnat has ironed oif t prptty snioo^h most J line of the objections raised by - the Bor- den govenupent the V'toer ^ade policy advocated "by the liberals, in 1911. In fablffor a timl4 nock of let-well-enougb-*}{|ners thp Bor4ep Government has tattulged ratjiw ^freely m that truck or. trade -wi-qi^be Yan Incidentally thesej. madp-in-Canada submarines arc much fcetier submar-: ines than those-'made in the United States'by the Electric Boat Company, of New Vers, and handled ,by the Seattle Construction 'and Dry Dock Company. The Canadian-made kees, Which was the pbjeef'Of their r submarines do what they are told, reproaches orajy inn? 'yeats ago. Of; but the Seattle suhmarjnes/lot which course they can urge yhavlt .was the | sir Richard McHride trifcTe'd and Mother Country showed them thejtraded with thc Yankees, to the -es> way, but that T>n(y prq,vea ^ihat the Mother Country * has a lot-of common sense-simply- that ..^nd* nothing more. - - . �---- It took �-war to jolt things loose, but once a,startwasV'matte*' events"! tent of $1,150,000-two cheaucs by return mail from Ottawa,-rSir' Rich* ard's submarines winch ,were originally priced at about �800;d00, but were bought bv him, in a-moment of patriotic frenzy foe $^5Q^p0 mor6 moved quickly enough. -Far-instance,. than they were worth, areSsaid to be Major General. Sir. Sam. Hughes, at [as fond of the bottom a���"�� 'oyster the request; of. the , .Bcrd^n Govern-! is of its bed. Some day; they will ment,. organised a Purchasing Com-i.gtay down too lont? or the wrecking mittee in Nfw' Tofk'' ijvBfch' trucked : tug won't come along in time, and and traded with -the -YankeesHo the; there will te anotlier million dollars: extent of hundrcdsf.of millions of dol-j in Davy Jones' locker. >:�..'�  lars for >g(jnf ;"�artrldgej|,.^fJts. shells | pssslhg from war *-'toJ' �beace, �'w01 and things lift that. This wholesale have the spectacle of - a Fin-; truck and ttaye with tfie" Yajikees on ance Minister, who left his - party* behalf of the:�rittshEl�W!K%aff mrtf:fdnr year's ago at ', HE OiTAlNEOi Come and sec, DAT! f ISCH i TII^TtH.ETREtT SOUTH, LEI GOTHIC ARROW s thjr-sM COULAR IT HTD TWK CftAVAT an element ofpfrv'ate'pfoflt' lor even | money and; givinp; thenf r, manufacturers .'ot-.Tnunitlo'qs must bei Mr. Whits .did not see �titr.l~ivtu that content with, 'a'mo^tjpr^fjt. instead | liglit, at least not.at.tb.aiillmc.^He of the wealth-of- Ormus and of lnd, j preferred truck and trade2 .with'v Itlr'j which .they >w^re pilfrig.up'hefoic. Mr� rYaiikcesi possibly with "a , view to* Thomas is, said, to Iwvc; Mlonc his jishowing how deeply "-he had repei'te;u work -so we|f .that; spme -inanufactur-; sinca lflti'v:'' :' * * > ' j ers will be -ahead nothipg more than >ich would4have'tvc^w4']n Passing from-thearmy^to thc navy cheap'ei! food for the people' pf'' we,again..sge../Borden Government coiuitries'.-'And it could Ije said trflly^ trucking and trading with the Van-! for the -Borden ('ovurnmpnt �'lias- dPU'f kees to a eonslrtWablo extan**;. At all nothing jn the direction *-o| t'ticappi' events Mr. CJtorles M-Sehwabb, a food except a report .oh '-the lifafa: rather well known Yankee in these Cost ; of. Living which/'had -k*P"i parts,'was invited, to.' 'Montreal to bnslved and the aDpointhlcnt'of a pen make submarines fpr {he'British navy , minion Resources Cdnunissiorf. .wjljiph and be*haB-.been; makingtjism there will .probably ,bring ..in-tjoino.'**rti�Jy~ ------------..'.^-.... - in,- conclusions on ho'w to feed �'�.�tho. 1 u> - over since the war-started, although it. was a Conservative- slogan in 1910. whni Laurier1* - Naval Service Act was being, discussed; that' sVcb a feat was impossible in Canada- llowever, made-in-Oaiiajja submarines are now an accomplished fact and nothing people without giving 'them anything to eat. Good boners, however, are prophesying tliat'tne Governmohv may do something fcj: frpe wheat; That is to say. the (ipverntrc-it, having wheedled the . Northwest farinei '' {C3�jiary Herald) 1 wore llped," said a well-known CaQidfRn Mfltlclaa recently, "to glvo In ibe fewssjtVposalble words a proof 9t Jlfeat Bmln's justification as a WO*r|d po-f^r,.(..would do so in three-; rier.'" -if ,'nef ^ft^n that a more concise H#r jrfl!-tl|riM�ll aentence Is exprese-�Hl^ftir ip' .thf) records of Premier ~ fa* of Smj^Africa and Sir Wilfrid Lttfter 'of Cffilada are epitomized the hiMerr Mfl m �,pre*d o* Brltl�n ,n- iWce, U|e--�sUflcatlon of British tulf� and Uie -nrinclples of British elU- :�;'-OM|t Brttafn had a quarrel with il-lMis^lkiTnurail and eUrted out tQ dlf^Wti* them. This task ^M'fPMjfir' more difficult per-api^thaB^�JlpSW been expected, but �hr conttau*lr'the usk unUl it was ffcishWr-TTw-tas Boers had been brMMt to'%i�l,nK business will help ��jjj�r^^ British sqb; to take th�| of their af shown i� a able patrio||8 men, whoeeaer will not foMtt ItwassliiwE-premlershlf of of Francf f sons, wh known no In their shown French-Cai are - honoi King In What tfy it* elali compare tions quot articlo e them councils has been line of |SU sutss-Wa history on to thy m of one lUngutshed have-or creed And lt is sands of lers who Ir British ders. iw to Just-that eaa it illuslra-of thla 8IOET (Montr* The Br|t| impose am dom of the." posed thart! newspaper'to a harmless ?pf Interference. t, that the sendl^i divlduals r foreign spl cation, am m & ^" been Usu ovsr Its fortunes within the 8uch papei from the English otic of his the United; Plfi ##f_tte chief general who had thtt*s|tm*)sh forces for the cause WhJA.Mibif,,ooncelvad to be right $ mMtoi took Canada from 'M ItPl^roe of arms wresting thf JtSdolent monarch of the sah. -IMtpii, those "arpents of "jirinW"" whlephs had misgoverned and dilnWei,' Yft Great Britain's first art "a.|te� coiffluest was to safeguard the civil anf rsHgious liberties of the p^Uf'fhlir.tifl conqueredi to assure tb^m cdpgllff before the law, and in ^ijjf^vr^^ the *,,me evr3, so. The oily In the neu|f regular s*al.. paper from' thf The restriq|lM| nAylng one, fUr ties have mm Capt. Ml gator, is reeree) we had to the free-it be sup- BriUsh nt*y rwas ling for no however, rs by in-use of by cotnmunl , f-n addition to numerous trains to local - tfsl Canadisn points, fast soHd through J^unstched service, Chicago to Toronto ^ve Chicago ,?�3p-�?- &lQp. m,,*!! f Arrive Toronto Arrive Montreal 11*20 s. m. 0.-S5 a. m. Also L�w RoomI Tr%� ffw York and ction with tickets to Bermuda, Paw , America and Trani-Atlantkpoi|rAf vial Five Fast Trnlr�e Ertry Lmti CMcw Antv* New V#�fc 1M>5 a. in. fM)0 am. 10-30 a. m. 3:30 p, m. '  fcQO p. m. g-00 p. m. -5;40 p. tn. 5:55. p. m. ^*O0 midnight 7;Q3 a> m. Ttekflf are on sale daily November 15th to 1 lim|t:lyf months, and are good for stop-over at i*nqw{f|f nature's greatest wonder-- * Niagara Fal ThcMtehlgsn Central is the only railroad | th� f p, and all da* trains stop h� mlnw Apijb/ttfeUrlscal astnt for tlcbsis, tr for cesaplste ' |*OKANE, WASH. OPrtct, 40B Cs4 iiHiiniwiii ( ;