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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta rfe FcUtti THE JL1THB�IPGg PA1LT HK1ALP ^fbM&oe t>eralt> tctbttttoe, filberta DAILY AND WKEKtY. fiatty. delivered, peryiiar.J... MOO pyir, by mall, par ylar...... *.c� Weakly, by mail, port**"* 1SU 1224 Badness Editorial TELEPHONES: Office Qcc* W. A. Buchanan Managing Director John Torranoa Easiness Manager ROUNOnTHRC CIRCLE The RVa^larie'^ave at last succeeded in gWtogJWnbles into Bulgarianac-cordShgt^j^lVWay's news. It this is true^'liil ftiJpTc aspect of things in the Balkans -will alter. " Italy has' definitely promised aid ill the way of the immediate dispatching* fit troops to Albania. The taking of Slonastir in southern Serbia, has again threatened the -pasHsen of the Allied armies, and a gr*oat battle may be expected there shortly. In order that so offence -might "fife gfven: Greece the Austrian flag was" raised J over Monastir in place of ' the Bulgarian Condiwqofi'-'j�eng the other- war fronts. aS^ebrfparati vely qniet, operation's botf^ Idohtined to-minor en- i ^TTli^NTklliST IN MUNI&ritJtL  ELECTIONS Monday-'4s civfe nomination day, iand'at this moment interest in municipals-affairs is not very noticeable^ It is true that there irSlreadrin "sight a contest for the pofiHbn of commissioner of public utilities, but ^t is not likely thiit this will bring aboutT a.__ �very;;, comprehensive discussion "btj^xi: and^ilnce. civic: affairs. Ratepayers apparent]? do not aoem-to&e in the'critical mood tbia'Tt^t^fSp'Bte. School Board no} new; a^jfrfanffiBreftn sight, and . it is posaibl^^tbe'.rel^rin^ trustees may.baJ returne^'Tfiel'Vtfc less criticism 'of | civic atffti^trvc&qvUiis re** than-|pr Teat* pj^r.l^iAtrtd appear that Talo? payers .few''* with the econom- ical; and careful administration of1 kt-Xairs during'the past year. _ >-...: ^ fault, and are sowing the seeds of disruption and disunion which will soma day mature Into such a harvest that I pity those who will hare to reap It If this were left to a certain clasa of fanatics it would not be so bad. but tie Tor6n#^w�,afraoat daOy ttfwnp ing up some charge against our peo-p^�and continually" nagging at them I feel disheartened and discouraged. "It looks as if a certain claas 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 will - 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'Actlon Catholiqub,'. published in Quebec-the official organ of" Cardinal Begin-is encouraging our people Jo dP their duty toward the country and the Empire. As for enlistment amongst French-Canadians, I-took Jhe.jrojible the other day to telephone the Militia department and was assured that up to now, as far as could ^ be bscertaised, 8500 Frerich-Cansdia'ris were Under arms for overseas senSce. Upon the whole, out of the total number of Canadian-born enllsteu " men, the French-Canadians have an equal proportion'' of recruits, aud, prob-t>Iy more." , ^tety .mjiny oj the Conservative patters-have" been criticising the Quebec r enlistments since the war commenced, and this, gentleman's rebuke, containing information as well, should quiet their- nefarious efforts to sow discord amongst. our people. Whatever failings tic.-French habitant -may possess in his attitude on the--war, can be j attributed to the insidious doctrines breached'inAthe .past by. the Nationel-}tU, thevBjUes of the Conservatives in CKED UP IN ASSINGf-1 "for the Btrsic;..iiAft |: Hector Lang is a possible mayor--�altj^candidate in Medicine Hat. a more concise |nft �t!'rI$r�Pfd sentence is express-4iT!fPr IP" -Wt records of Premier B^fka pf'ioWtlrAfrica and Sir Wilfrid Leaner of Canada are epitomized the It- fisUficatlon of British i^. tbe principles of British eiti- with t Brlttin bad a quarrel FARM CREDITS A VITAL QUE8Tt^& IUia U>Jbe-ent -^snp|^^nd[nE the French-Canadians at "The", Nottjern Crown; bank has clos-; ed- its branch at Macleod. TBe'Lethbridee Brewing ft Maltine Co; is^apBiying for a wbglesaJe.Uquor Jfcenseijr-Kclsoh, B. C. ^ - fr .r:-"---^ v----,' Cant J. Johnson, M. J)., of. Bur-gessville, has been appointed medical officer of the 91st Battalion. , The - four Presbyterian churches - in Rcgina supported church union by a tote often: to one. T. W. Fawcett and F. R, McMillan hayc/withdrawn from the mayoralty contest, in Saskatoon, leaving Pr. A. ^fcO. Young the only contestant. .tit. Q. It. Wilgress, of Brockville, son ot Ontario's government printer, has been killed in action in France. ''Track and Traded Uncle Sam By H. F. G. Brigadier-Generals Garnet Hughes and' Robert Rehnie- have assumsd command of the 1st and 4th Infantry Brigades, respectively. Two Tetefan Ontario public school Inspectors arc dead, Wm. Johnston, M'.A., LL-B., of Athens, and Thomas ygS^^I^I^ BS0*Rr.,...%.--v,,.::-'.  R. A, Ward, formerly Principal of w". 'Wiii-ii-'^i&aRpti** S^ttet,^public?schoojt.; Town-; his own. WlhsVI�'WJ'Us^'^-ri|y projrW that the Mother Country 'has-aOf common sense-simply that Mmi; nothing more. ------- - - � �-- It took a-war to jolt things loose, but once a^stk'rt'Wad'itXia' events! . moved quickly enougb;--For-instance, than they were wort*, are$aid to be Major General-Sir. Sam. Hughes, at!as fond of the bottom as an-oyster the request qf..the...Bordfa Govern-Us of its bed. Some day*. Vm will ment,. organUed a Purchasing C6m-t8tay down too long or the wrecking mittec in New' Tork'" yiTiictii'trucked . tug won't come along in time, and and traded with-the -YnnkfeesHo the; there will te another million .dollars: extent of hundreds, of .millions of dol-1 in Davy Jones' locktr. " ' :j lars for>gun^;^artridghandled . ."by the Seattle Construction and Dry Dock Company. The Canadian-made submarines' do what fhey' are told-, ago. Of j out the Seattle submarines/ for which Sir Richard McBride trucTed 'and traded with the Yankees: to vibe "extent of $1,150,000-two cheaucs by return mail from Ott�wa^|ir>'; B4#r ard's .submarines which .were originally priced at about $800,0"00, ''but were bought, by him, in a-moment of patriotic frenzy foe $1}5Qj0pQ morfc ilitia who j terms with Wall Street, freely took the deepest'interest "in tfie trans-j changing gold and credit while actions of-th^.'commjttceJunttf- it, like j sky - * �* GOTHIC TME NEW ARROW si*sec COLLAR IT i*ITB Tlti CEAVAT ex-: . the . . remains in its placV ias" -usual, the Canadian-Shell. Couiniittee, was : it has not fallen on Mr. White's head, dehorned by .I^1.6yd George's special  of course, it was the Mother Country commissioner," Mr'. D. A., Thomas. lagain that showed Canada the way, Mr. ThomaV* chief 'dfscbve'r'y was j but Mr. White seems to, have-follow-that the truck'or-trade-in war muni-;ed readily enouj-h. AH h|s 1911 fears tions whether ;it'.was.carried-on with arc forgotten ami Finance^'Minister the Yankeesfor .witJv .qwIokd. C.aha-i Whiter is now trucking and trading dian Manufactiirers involved too great: with the Yankees, taklng^heir good an element oftWafe' prdflt for even 1 money and giving thenfipur- gopd John Bull's pnrse -to -stand/ So here- bonds, as-cheerfully and "naturally %$ organued the.wliole - busingss on tlie if be had been doing jt all his life.  ; baslstof ten jH?r.cept,.ppt.winch, .as.) : In trucking and trading with, manufacturers ^.munitions must be i Mr. Whits .did not .gee ^t^iirr,, that content with ;a"mpiic5$."pr5$t instead !lig)it, at .least not at.lha|-�lme..,Hp of the wealf^  p|-Oipiu| 'apd of Ind, �-preferred truck and trade'1 with* .!tll'�i: which they-wtre piling up^befoic. Mr; I Yankees, possibly withli;v view trf Thomas is said. to. I�a>e; done his |'showing how dcc)ly he had repciiteu work so: werf ;that:spmi? manuractur-j sinca lOLf, - ^' , 'T 1 , ers will beaiiead nothipg more than n It mav..bc ^aid that .aU/aiiestusign's their, plants .for making shells which | and ^tokens are: a long .way from th�| they get British "-Government assist- j trading. :-and trucking,, ^suggested ance-to -build and which w|IJ te their own alter the war is over.- - Passing fronr"the armyto the navy we again sec the -Borden Government trucking and trading with the Yankees to. a considerable extent; At all events Mr. Charles M- Sehwnbb, a rather ..well-known-'Yanlhee- in these parts,'was invited. tQ.'..-'MOutrcal to make submarines for the British navy and be- has :\)f6n: piakmg them there ever smce- the' \Wr.-ararted,-although it was a Conservative slogan in 1910. whtii t,aurier's - Naval Service Act was being. disgURsed; that st-ch a feat was impossible- BMra |p"tn� Transvaal and started Ottt tp dUClpIlM them. Tlris Usk p�y�d ]nflAf>ir more difflenlt por-bnp*-thi|i 'jt'pad bean expected, but pnr cont|ku#* the task until .it WaB f�ni�Wt � 1�� tha Boers had been brought tc t recognition of British laif^-That-eqaquest of itself could contain no ethical merit if the conquest iffft 'aftfflriiif misused. But Bri-tnfn, hnvlntionquered In South At-rh^twrawabaut, and with that magnanimity is her greatest wis-dojn, said (o^^o conquered, "TNow that yon 'are Qf us,take your country and ri|^ It tpc^Unf to the voice of your p^on|a,''' 4*4 Tf16 man who was chos-tn With tl>afcta�ent and approval of the ;Br|tls^ > foternment to head tbe new (Jon,ffds?i|cy and exercise com- ________ ,platf.Iwayovor its fortunes within the such papci |mp|r� #Mitt)a chief general who had'" feiffit thritrash forces for the cause WMeb-it h�|5 conceived to be right. Of^V^BnHltb took Canada from icq & i^mroe of arms wresting tron th� iidolant monarch of the British sub, to take tha! of their aai shown in a able patriot^ men, whosf-f tf will not foiftt It was WWr1 preinierahlfal ot Frencbl jf sons, who*' known no in their shown French-Cai are.bonoi King In What hi lfy iU olaii coniparo tiohs quot article :e them councils has been line ot states-history ion to tha Of on* Uncalshed have-or cread And it la usands of lion who r British dere. r to Just-that can it lllustra-of thla SIOCT^Oft}^ T! (Montreal Joainjsl Of The Br(t|pb a^ttortU, impose anouff. dbm of th|..-r-poaad that -ti newspaper fo a harmless p Interference, that the send(# divfduals "-LJ ' foreign spii cation, an4 been issue th�, IMolont sb -Mopa, those "arpents of snow'.' whjeivhe had misgoverned and flrtplse|,'' Yet Great BrIUIn's first a^t'i�of conquest was to safeguard tbe clv|l and religious liberties of the mm'0f-m conquered, to assure 'him taualltr before the law, and in h�J a^^n^ent, the same as every mere*) ,r� bid to the free-it be sup- British ntry .was Jai'-'rer' no however, re by in- N� WIS*" ot bf M-i| me�a|---e| communis itysondlng ot direct Au to send friend in longer do tbe party become a live the iblicatlon. very an-te autbori-loptlng it. from the English one of bis the United so. The only' In the neiur regular snl( paper fromu thi The restriqtfflL noylhg one, nut ties have ggoj re|a|g *�| Cant. Marchisafj^ $$%r * Ian navi- ....^-llilili^.nllllSl i.n-iiit,'' �;l'lT!|"r''ir paw Round ern Tic|�tt� are on sale daily P�e>Biljtf t -|�15,inc!�iMve; return Umit j| '1; In addition to numerous traina to local K|tklf|f| -trel Canadian points, fast Ml id through -- \ igunatched service, Chicago to Toronto Mk^u>C j^rrlve Toronto ft� a. nui 9t39 P.. rj, Abo Low RoomI Trip fr (rrive Montreal &05 p. m. 11:20 a. m. R5& a. m. Nf w York and b onabction with tickets to Bermuda, mfafy America and Trans-Atlantic pi Five Fast Train* Etfry LMn Chic**s Arrive N�* Vwb 9i0S a. 111. 10:31) a.m.  gflO p. m. 5:40 p.m. Jv-lif,-05 midnight 940 a m 3:30 p, m. NKX) p. m. S:G5 p. in, 7:03 a m. Tlckftf are on sale daily November 19th to limit ivt months, and are good for stop-over at - inc|u4l|p nature's greatest wonder�- Niagara F*l The Michigan Central, is the only railroad j thf'f #11% �bd all day trains stop five minui Apalr || Ntu-|ecal agent for tickets, tr for eoeaplet* ' fJK>KANE,VVASH.OPFICt;40S C " ~ a. Hi NYE. GwMral Ami fifmt ;