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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHBRIDGE DAII.V HERALD et HIbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subscription Ritct: delivered, per rear..... UUly, by per year....... Weekly, by mail, por TELEPHONES: BulinesB Oftlco lS5i Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan llanaglne Director John Torrance Business Manager WHERE LIBERALISM STANDS "Tharc are those among us-r-the young say; 'If they (the Conservatives) are uound to break the truce, let us at thtm.' The message I bring from Sir Wilfrid Laurler lit to ask you to rerrjsmber that this is no time tc be looking only, for the momentary success of ths Lib- eral party. He asks you to stand for something higher than present and im the rate- payers in January, aisoia'bylaw call- ing for the expenditure of for water maws. Licut.-Colouel M. A. Colquhoun, Brantford, Cominander of the 4th nat j writing! homo, says condi lions in are non such tdcle that the rcen in for four days, the mud being up to the knees and rain falling, njost 01 the time S.'j.? the staif 01 t'o rHe VALUE OF kLtERTA'S CROPS grain crop is estimatet] to worth seventy millions and we do rot doubt it for a minute It is a lot I money but we must not forget.that crop was a big one. There are 'sraoslwr of polnw in the south where 'ell on to a million dollars worth of rain will be shipped and a half mil- Sir Henry Irving said: it certainly hu not beta Here are the claims for Abbey's EfferreKent Salt that Sir mory no iubscrtbed to: Abbeys will relieve surelr aod with none of the bad eflecta of Abbey a will immensely improve your appetite aiut'diceitioD tone up jour nervous system and clear your comptantm. Its regular use will free youfrom the chronio bowel and stamaeh troubles that now lessen' your efficiency and endanger vour Can you afford to drag along from day to day when there is Abbev'g laTt? lmd economical preventive as fct fr> Abbey's for k week or ten days and'you'll Su Henry Imng. Abbey's is procurable from all drugjUu at 26c. and aoc. Made in Canada andliuar- anteed to give relief Sold by J. O. HIGINIOTHAM CO., LIMITIO. departinent, who mapping the geological survey has been engaged mining district on the east Hide of. Kootenay lake, has bien appointed to the chair of geology of the t niversitj of British Columbia in the 'absence of Prof. R. W. Brock, dean of the Engi- neering School of British Columbia Miss A. MacCallum, a nurse, Who Ottawa, Ont., Dec. o the Canadian war loan, which- c'ios- d on Tuesday, totalling 'ill-'be accented by the Minister o' Finance. This is just double the mount of the loan, as advertised. The xtra fifty millions will be set as a credit with the Finance epartment for the Imperial govern- ment in connection the payment or she'ilg and other munitions of war rdered in Canada. When the credit _ exhausted, another will with the assistance of the Can- adian banks AH subscriptions of 000-and less will be accepted in full 'These were the salient feature ot an official memorandum triven out by Hon. W. T. White, the Minister of Ft nance, this evening. Mr. White incl- dental'iy stated that the subscriptions from British Columbia will not all be In before Tuesday, next, when the al- lotment of the loan be and that the total subscriptions would reach some figure between the and mark. PINCHER CREEK CHILD RECEIVED FATAL KICK Pincher Creek, Dec. sad ac- cident befell little Willie Connelly on' Saturday last. In some manner tie Was kicked in the head Udrae and in spite of all that could be done he passed away at the hospital on Monday night. To, pernjit a lead .pencil to be ueat- ly sharpened is the purpose of a new device that holds a pencil and guidos a fciiifc blade aiotig the point. YES-IT iS POSSIBLE TO STOP RHEUMATISM Rheumatism is a tormenting and stubborn malady. In some cases it yields to treatment which is witliout avail in other, cases The.darting pairis, lanie muscles or sti ffened joints only disappear by grad- amV7d "Pelhng 'he aci1' 101r guecn's Stationary Hospital Cairo, many thousands June been relieved by was cordially received in England, Queen Mary shook hands with her and Lord Kitchener interviewed her tin conditions at Lemnos Island Cairo. Miss MacCallum found an ficer on the point of d} ing and prompt, action she saved his Hie. the oil food IP Scott's Enul ion that you should give it a faithful trial. Scott's Emulsion acts as H r i 1 1 M a s Eastern Canada 1 d United States Low fares rr A' movement is on foot-to'organize a regiment of French-Aeadians and details are now bcin; arranged V number of Freijch-Acadians have al- ready enlisted and are sprinkled throughout Maritime I rounces un its, but it it; felt that organization of an entire French-Acadian regiment in these provinces uoujd be populai and jprove a poivtrEu' Appeal to mani young French-srCaking Canadians who are now holding back. Word has been received by Mr. Al- fred Wright, BO Crescent road. Tor- onto, that his son, Lieut C S Wright, who has been in France since the outbreak the uar vith the Scottish Wireless Corps o! the Royal Engineers, has been aiarded the Cross of the Legion, of Honor Lieut (Dr.) Wright is a graduate Upper Canada Toronto .Univer- sity: After graduating he a lec- ttift.r at Cambridge University for some time, and later was physicist with" the famous Scott Antarctic ex-! pedition. I a powerful blood purifier by increasing the red coipuscles and it strengthens the organs to cm-} off the acids which cause the trouble. Try Scott's Emulsion It cannot harm. It has Iielped thousands and may be actly what you Deed No drugs. Scplt Bowuc Toronto Out DRINK HABIT RELIABLE HOME' TREATMENT Thousands of wives, .mothers and stetersi are enthus.iitic In their pnlp'e of, .ORRINE, becauso it cured their loved ones of the "Drink Habit" thereby brought liafcpl- ness to their homec. Can be given retl.A QKRINE costs .only Aek for Free Booklet. Red >M Drug and Book Co., Third Ave- nue South, Lethbrldge VOTE FOR McKENZIE For Commissioner of Public BECAUSE: WE REQUIRE A PRACTICAL BUSINESS POLICY, AN8 NOT AN EXPERIMENTAL POLICY. WE WANT EXPAN1ION OF OUR UTILITIES AND NOT CONTRACTION. A CHANGE IN THE UTILITIES HiANS bETTER ADMINII TRATION IN ALL L. MrKKNZIE, ft RiSGlt limited The most fragrant ilowcr in the garden of i ship Is NBVER fadei! i Par, if-any, In the choice Chrlatmai presents car. equal the is a Maspnuble, listing and pennanent lift. Its btuilfil revealed In its.perfect reproductions of the worid'a fpeatest artists, .Think of ALL the musical ever.Been, of the best you have ever heard.'ALL combined In ONE, and, you ifill have a fairly .good coh- ceptlorrof what A Vlctrola really 18: FIVE POLLARS CASH TAKES. A VICTROLA WITH 12 SELECTIONS TO YOUR HOME TO-DAY- BALANte: There is melody for every, mood in glorious Victrola L> of "Koobrds allow you to command the' est artist! to slns arid -play for you, aid render exactly the music you moat, admin. MASON RISCH LIMITED BLK.; NEXT WRIGHT'S JEWELHY M. FREEMAN Candidate for the position of Commissioner of Public Utilities WILL SPBAK IEFOME THE ILICTOH8 ON THE NORTH TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7th AT IN iURGMANN'S HALL: Thoae -interastsd in the welfare of the city are requested. to a'.Had as the time ia too short to allow of Othsr Candidates art Invlttd to attend anj will f an opportunity to apeafc. Manfred Freeman, son ot Samuel B. .Q.C., one of Htrellton's rnoit promineni lawyers, came to la I8to and, aa a partner in the nrm of Sherlock andu Fraeman, on buslheas a nuraber of years Mr was the original promoters of the "Lcthbriilge Waterworks and Electric Light Co Limited" in 1894, and from the date of Its Inciptldn until taken over iby the city, he was entrusted with the nana.ce- nient of the company, covering a period of'r over twelve years, .during ifhioh time he filled the various offices of Chief Engineer, Electrician, Mechanic, Secretary Treasurer aad Maiailns and notwithatand'nc his many dutjes, still himself In matters pertaining to the welfare of the eltf, -aad Barred on the Council nheu the first system WM Installed. "It was in his capacity as Chairman of the and Light that he showed his foresight in penuadlny the Council to withdraw the by-law (then prepared and fdr funds for a water system without sewerage) and substituting one providing for both -Hater and sewerage. He also strenuously to have the pomps placed on a level, but was over-ruled by the consulting engineer. The subsequent operation of the pumps more than justified Mr Freeman's contention Besidea belngr a Mechanical ElfiHcal Englnwr. the highest capers obtainable In the province, he hu h'sJ some twenty years of business experience and was one of the promoters of the Northwest Jdbbiag t Commission Co now' the CamaJbell, Wtljon t Home Co of this city, so that tie comes .before the people contesting the election for Public Utilities Commissioner well ijuaJltted to nil the position and It is therefore, aurtrlslng thct he should appear as a candidate endorsed by both the North and South sides. There are Good Reasons why you should VM for ARTHUR REID for Commissioner of Public Utilities sTHltt 8QMI dp THIM: (1) He hff sdmlniatsr ths dullia >f his efflsa In a an< aamemleai maniiar. (2) Nu his ability te work In harmcny and In the etlter ComMlMlontrs. (IV His tn ths hie It as the wrvlte the city nsartv elsvsn years fit SRSr'S H