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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LRTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Deralfc c, Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY. cription Ritet: Otlly, per year..... M-00 toy mail, per year WteUy, by mall. per year A 1.00. TELEPHONES: Viiliness Offlco l252 Editorial Offlco l224 W. A. Buchanan tT Director John Torrancfe Business Manager WHERE LIBERALISM STANDS "There are those among young say; 'If they (the are wound to break the truce, let at them.' The message I bring from Sir Wilfrid Liurler is to ask you to remsmber that this is no time te be looking only for the momentary success of the Lib- eral party. He asks you to stand for something higher than present and im- mediate political success. He has made greater than have. He has a bigger vision than we younger. He you, the youni men of Liberalism, and all of ui -to concern wholly with win fling victories in Flanders, in the Bal- kans end at the Dardanelles, rather winning party victories at Geo. P, Graham, to the of the General Reform As- tfjociation of Ontario. "If ever there a war which cenv j-fnandad the consecrated, whole-sou ltd support of every man who calls him- Liberal, that war It this war. .Britain Is fighting for every advance, reform every ideal of free gov- ernment and democracy that true Lib- eralism holds dear. It is up to every one of us to do his very utmost to aid tn destroying the menace of Prussian militarism which prevents any guar- antee of real peace and progress in the N. W. Rowell, Lead- er of the Ontario Liberal party. _' ion Collars from most stations is a fair rivomge. Certainly-tliife year's crop shou1 place ilia majority of Southern A berta farmers on tt good footing tin cially. Those who have been del rilden ought to get clear or nearly "Just to give an' idea of the financia pisase of the crop we might mentlo that on one three hundred acre farn in the..Warner district the return TV a cash in addition to six hun dred bushels of seed wheat add 200 bushels of oats. How Is that fo money, making oa the farm. iICKEDUPIN FOR THE BUSY MAN ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR Lingering doubt as to the .ultimate attitude of Greece and the slowness of .that country to respond fully to the of the allies, has led to an- "other commercial blockade of Greek -Eorts. The public opinion throughout Greece Is solid with the allies but the government is slow to. act In the thousands of Serbian re- ..fogees are arriving in Greece, 'ihg protection, German sources give the news that Greece has granted use of all railways i to the allies in Macedonia. Russian forces have not yet retched Bulgaria but there are indications 'that they will soon be taking an ac- tive part in the struggle there. Serbian forces are now safeiy estab- lished on the Albanian side of tin lionler. The wholesale recall of German, con- suls-general in the States, is .now a liklihood. The government at ington has already demanded the re- call of the naval and military attaches of the German embassy, and are con- xitierinK the advisability of taking; tUe Tecall of other.officials of the German embassy. News comes of a hunger riot in Ber- lin, Germany, In which 200 ?ffere said to have been killed by attacking the mob. BOYED AN3 VON PAPEN Capt. Boyed, German Nava! attachi and Capt Von Papen, German mitt tary attache, at Washington, have been given notice to go home to th the chair of geology oi the Imversitj of British Columbia in the absence of Prof. R. W. Brock, dean nf the EHRI ncering School oi British Columbia, Miss A. MacGallum, a nurse, who arrived honie at Kingston from Stationary Hospital Cairo, was cordially received in England, Queen Mary shook hands Mith her and Lord Kitchener interviewed her Ottawa, Out, Dec. Subscriptions o the Canadian war loan, which' d on Tuesday, totalling III' !be accepted by the Minister Inance. This is just double the mount of the loan, as advertised. The xtra fifty millions will be set asid a credit with the Financ epartnient for the Imperial govern mcnt In connection with" the payrcen for aht'ilg and other munitions of ordered in Canada. When the is another will be estab- lished with the 'assistance, of the Cun adian banks All subscriptions of less will be accepted in full. These were the salient feature o an official memorandum given out by Hon. W. T. White, the Minister of Fi hance, this evening. Mr. White incl dentaliy stated that the subscriptions from Britlih Columbia will not all b before Tuesday, next, when the al Jqtment of the loan be commenc edj tliat the total subscriptions would reach some figure between the and marlt. PINCHER CREEK CHILD RECEIVED FATAL KICK Pincher Creek, Dec. sad ac- cident befell 'little Willie Connelly on Saturday last. In some manner h'e was kicked in the head by a horse and in snite of all that could done lie paeged away at the hospital on To penuifc a lead .pencil to lie ly is the purpose of a new device that holds a pencil and guides a kriifc blade along the point. YES-IT IS POSSIBLE TO STOP RHEUMATISM Rheumatism is a tormenting ana stubborn malady. In some cases it yields to treatment 'which is without 'ail in other, cases. I The.darting pains, lame muscles or stiffened joints only disappear by grad- ually expelling the uric acid, an4 so naay thousands e been relieved by the blood-enriching oil food ip Scott's Emul ion that you should give faithful tnal Scott's Emulsion acts as or. conditions at Lemiios Island and a powerful blood purifier by incre Cairo. Miss MocCallum lound an nf- r _ ficer on the point- of dying and prompt action she saved his life. by A" movement is on foot-to organize a regiment of and details are now being arranged V number of Frcnch-Acadians have air ready enlisted and are" sprinkled throughout Maritim- Prcmnces un its', but it- is felt tnal organization of an entire French-Acadian resjiment in these provinces nould be populat and prove a powerful appeal.to many young French-shaking Canadians who are now holding back Vford has been recmed b) Mr M- fred Wright, 60 Crescent road, Tor- onto, that bis son, Lieut C S has been in France since the outbreak ef the vlth the Scottish Corps of the Royal Englnetrs, has been awarded the Cross of the Legioh of Honor. Ucut. Wright is a graduate of bpncr Canada Toronto Univer- Alter grafuatring he uas a !ec truer at Cambridge Unnersilj for some time, and later physicist -ifitB the famous Scon, Antarctic ex petition. the red corpuscles and H strengthens to carry off the acids' which cause the trouble, Trj Scott's Emulsjon Itcannotharm. It has helped thouiands anil may be ex- actly what >ou need No drugs Scon ft Bowne, Toronto, 15-29 PRINK HABIT RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT ThouBands of wives, .mothers and are enthuslaitlc In. their praise of ORPINE, becauso it has cured their loved ones "Drink i thereby ness to their homes. secretly per box. brought happi- Can be given ORHINE costs only Ask for Free Booklet. Red Cross Drug and Book Co., Third Ave nue. South, Lethbridge. VOTE FOR KIcKENZIE For Commissioner of Public UtiiitteH. BfeCAUHE: WE REQUIRE A PRACTICAL POLICY, ANB NOT AN EXPIRIMENTAU POLICY. WE WANT EXPANSION OF Olifl UTILITIES ANO NOT CONTRACTION. A CHANGE IN THE UTILIfltS MEANS BETTER TRATION IN ALL DCPARTMINTa. W. L. McKENZIE, ft ftisclt til VICTBOLA A Christmas Message The most fragrant flower In the garden of Friend- ship NEVER fade'l! Few. if-any, remembrances In the choice Chrlitmu presents can equal the li a aeaipnable, lasting and permanent (1ft Its beautiful Muilc Is revealed In HB perfect reproduction! of the world's.jreatest artUU. .Think of ALL the miuloal imtrumeuti you' have ever.Men, of the best slngeri ybii have ever heard.'ALL combined In ONE, and. you if ill have a fairly good con- ception" of what a Vlctrola really IB. -DOLLARS A VICTROLA WITH 1 12 SELECTIONS TO YOUR HOME TO-DAY- BALANCE There In' melody for every riiicd ih gloriouB Vlctrola at 'Records allow you to command7 the' great- eit artiste to sing and -play for you, render exactly the music you admire. MASON RISCH BALMORAL BLK.; NEXT WRIGHT'S JEWELRY M FREEMAN Cahdidatc for the position of Commlwitoner' of Public Utilities, WILL SriAK BEFORE THE ILICTORB ON THE NORTH (IDE TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7th AT 1.30 IN BURGMANN'S HALL Those interested in the welfare of the city aKs reqieited-to Ittead as the time IB tbo short to allow of Other Candidate! art Invlttd to attend am) will be f IVtn an opportunity to ipok. Manfred Freeman, icn. of Samuel B. Hamliton'fl molt promlnenl lawyerr, came to In andi as a partner In the firm of Sherlock and Freeman, tarried on bunlneai fona number of jean Mr Fretman was of the original promoters of the "Lethbridge Waierworfca and Kleetrte Light Co, Limited In 1894, and from the date of Its Inception until taken 'over >bv the city, he was entrusted with the manage- ment of the companv, covering a period of over twflve yeafa, during irhloh time he niled various offices of Chief Engineer, Electrician, Mechanic, Secretary Treasurer and Managing Dfractw, and notwithstanding his many autlea, atlll fQund'tlae to interest himself In matters pertaining to the welfare of the and on the Council nheu the hTst pumping system Installed. It was in his, opacity as Chairman of the Fire, Light that he shoved his foresight tn penutdlnK the Council to withdraw the by-lav (then prepared and advertised, providing for fund; for a water system without mbitltutlag one providing for both water and sewerage He also-- fought strenuoualj to have the pomps placed on a level, but overruled by the consulting engineer The subsequent operation of the pum.pi has more than Justified Mr Freeman's cobtestfoS Besides ..belnf a Mechanical Electrical the highest papers obtainable in the province, he baa had aomt twenty years of business experience and was one of the, promoters of the Northwest Jclbbtng t Commission Co, the Wilson i. Home Co of this so that he comes ixfore the people contesting the election for Public Utilities Commissioner well qualified to All the position and it Is not, therefore; surprising that he should appear a candidate endorsed by both the North and South There are Good Reasons why you should Vm for ARTHUR REID fof Commissioner of Public Utilities AMI BpME Or THIM! (1) Hi preved ability te the hit eftlM tn a. atmpetent eetnemleal ir.mmr. He ireved hit ihlllty te work In harmony In otHjviw- Ihn Comml mlMlenere, (J) Hlf MMrlence In the ft hie (Mlllen li cemtlett the tervlce Uie city nearly eleVen Sffiff'S tt the klTdlM an (4) (I) his precent exeiutlve Ml the HMflt tht threMh the mil- M made In MM M hM Qeftrtmtnt In the He ii familiar an< Ip WHO the genenl tlw present ;