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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MCE FOUB THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY -Me Subscription Ratei: Dally, delivered, per wees .-pally, delivered, per year by mall, por year..... Weekly, Dy mall, per year JVeekly, by mail, por year to Tae minister may, on recommendation at the board, determine the minimum prices which It would bo an offoncu to exceed. vTho goyornor-generaMu. j council has power to fix maximum; prices without a recommendation from 'board.-' Moreover! these powers aro exercised; thus in Australia the price ot a 4-pbnnd loaf fixed by statute ls ls canls- In the govern- ment throws the responsibility tor the ..51.60 high cost ot living upon the munici- TELEPHONES Business Office palities, and-'that at n time, too, when half the members of the government haven't enough business to keep them occupied. We have a government that is afraid to act for fear it might 1252'hurt some of its powerful friends. 1224 i Australia's government considers the interest of fijjit importance. Managing Director Business Manager' -Bates of eipiry of subscriptions ap-j AFTER THE WAR 'pear on label. Accept- ceases on the Welland -t-snal Knee of papers after expiration date is bur authority to continue the subscrip- tion. probably until the end of the war. What about" the new parliament build- ings at Qtfawa? There seems te be no cessation there. With labor scarce and munitions manufacturing the Mayor O. W, Korby will asaia be A fast SantaVFo iralu was Jitonglit a candidate for the Calgary school board. In order to economise coal the Italian State Railways have stopped over 100 daily trains: John S. Brysou RIIU Aid. Eastman are mayoralty candidates- in New Westminster, B. C. In the first six months of this year the gold output of the Union of South Africa was valued at nearly THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR I most important business of tho mo- the capi.al of Rumania, j why Mt work the Forty-five is to bo devoted to tho reorganization of the Russian police, .Their numbers and salaries are to be increased. Magistrate Jelfs, fined Frank. Fulkersou, a liveryman. because one of his employees had hidden llo.uor in his barn. T. Mackenzie, a'C.' P'.'lt. sleeping to a sudden stop lust north of Udall Kas., by two Jerks of the cord con nected with the air brakes. -Tho con dnctor ran forward to investigate and found that an elephant 'In the baggage cnv-had his trunk over tho cord. After being out 114 hours a jury at Minnedosa. .Man., brought In n ver diet ot guilty In the trial ot .Teenie .Maloney for the minder ot Mrs Mil ton at last Mjich Justice Gait sehtoncod the prisoner to bi> hanged on Fe'b. 31. 1917 Australia has; .-Instituted a new method to encourage growth The Australian -wheat boaid ailVantes the farmer halt n crown (CO'cents) per bushel on his new wheat crop which will be pooled on the same lines as last years hanest. Tho Commonwealth Bank u> financing the operations. Joseph Alfred Gendion. the once moving spirit of one of Uoionto's in clustries, died ill Ottawa, aged ib liquors for five rears n-111 be obtained Lieut. Ernest I'oiter, son ot Commerce, in: a recent article on "The from every priest ordained by Bishop Ottawa Parliament had this Munderliu of. the Chicago nruhdiocese oi the catholic church in" the future. smash the last defences of the Ruma-{ nians. South of Bucharest the Bul- garians have made some iwhile the Germans report gains on 'the Archeeu river. However, capital still remains safe from Teuton Invasion. ito say: i It does uot seem then that there is I any urgency whatever in the vrork.of rebuilding the Ottawa parliament house. Of course, all Canadians will The Serbians reported a victory on desire that at the proper time Canada fthe Macedonian front. German raids j lave a n wltn all ine ni British lines in France have been Repulsed. :'i A cabinet shuffle in England, to prp- ivide for the more effective pursuit of: tio'ii war, .will be brought alwufat once. iloYd-George is likely to figure pro- ininently in the new arrangement. The Greek government has acted treacherously against .the allies -and stringent, methods .are to be taken "without dela'y to pts'tih them, accord- ing to announcements made in the British house ,of commons The historic-claims M -Russia for Constantinople and the control of ths Dardanelles, is reported to have been settled time by the agreement of the other allies to these claims This finally removes from the field of controversy a'problem that would veryeasilj have become the cause ot another'great war after this strugg'e had heen brought to a conclusion. one and better adapted to the needs of a-grovving Dominion, a struc- ture which .in design and accommoda- THE TARIFF _ AND APPLES The'duty on appies was increased to protect the interests of British Colum ma apple growers British Co- lumbia apple growers are exporting Apples and British Columbia apple _ caters "are eaung imported apples TJhe workings of tariffs are so com- jilex that no one' can predict with certainty what the effect of "protec- tion" -will be But an apple grower in Okanagan announces that -whereas the growers there realize only. a box on their products consumers on the coast have to pav not less than a TKK for their apples Sir-Rpbert Bor, lien's high cost of living officials never whl think of innumng into matters of this kind, remarks the Victoria Times But surely this is not the.best mo- ment ior'proc'eeding with such a work. In many parts ot the country works are which, their promoters The steamer Shenango has vleared from Duiuth with of flax, worth the most val- uable cargo it" is claimed, that ever sailed the Great Lakes.. Hecruiting plans for a campaign in three Haldimaud and Brant, to raise 600 -men to com- plete the strength of "the 215th Batta- lion, are progressing favorably. J. W. Sutherland, a director of the Dominion P'owec Transmission Company, and treasurer of the Na- tional Natural- Gas Company, died suddenly at Congressman-elect Bleakely, of Franklin, reached Washington are told, must be postponed until after the If there 'is one puBIic work which more than others can with pro- priety to .postponed 11 13 the new par- suffer on____......_ _.. .__-----, ----.....___ delay. To proceed ;jn an .airplane from his home town, jiow with" the work, -when labor and being the first congressman to reach Ea'erials are costlv will involve a'..... much larger oi'tlav than would be re quired later. Besides, at a time when the authorities and the public are looking ahead, -with a view to provid mg emplovment for those who will the capital -in this fashion. neefl jt after the war, it to be' clear thatJJiis large wort should not be nndertalten now, but reserved, ta tbat-irjffio Pla> a useful part in the trj "time of unemployment that The -penitentiary and. pris'on popii lation. of the-Dohllnion- is now smaller than it has been for jears Prohibi conditions and the 'Adventurous spu- contrlbutory "cause3 the annual meeting of the 'Guelph Patriotic Society reportb showed that to the mnst come soon after the war I r a contlnuea mrther argument for delay Is needed. fima' re than bee It Is" furnished by the recruiting siiua- Uon... Tijere as urgent need for more 'to' men for the- wW At Ottawa two bat talions have hecn_Jor_more tnan a year vainly struggling to obtain the for the relief of Guelrih' families The Commission of Conservation is preparing a comprehensive report on Canada's fire losses, and' has secured r, TIP tjanaaa s lire losses, ana lias securen yZFLSSFtf, services of a specials on fire en. SoTe at such a time, and under'such conditions, to tale hun- 'imeenng and protect! areds-of ahle bodied men to work "on servjes are off, dreds _. a that is not required? Witt tbV miners back at work the coal burners .hea-ve a sigh of relief nationalization of the mines nf as he was tho 18th man of the now news talked of, tire -present coal strike make history. NEXT MONDAY'S 5MUNICIPAL ELECTION On 'Monday next the ratepayers ot Uethbndge will go to the polls_to de- tide Vneir choice of a man to flll the commissioner of public works 'lor a three-year term Three good men have presentee themselves for the position, two of Vhom have had experience on the cfty council, Mr Grace under com Ission government and Mr Hamilton "aldermanic government The ,Mr, Oliver, hasf hai -experience here as cits clerk, and in Scotland as mumcipa is no outstanding issue in the campaign so far, and none is ib arise ao the matter of choice (feerns to resolve itself into a question Of personality of the candidates. How jjver, one point on which the voters should satisfy themselves, the wort( iV still at war and the city, while It rood financial circumstances, Is nol burdened with money; riomy will have to be practised for some years to come. 'All can> municipalities. methods, !ered free to Gunner 'Rffbt. Thompson, of Peter- bord, was killed in action Nov. 13. A letter now 'dated day, said he_ii_ould be lucky if he survived of Macleod would turn ths J'Wigd taps, this would be 'a gun crew of 'that and had just fired thirteen rounds that morn- ing. A Christmas ship, a United .States collier, placed at the disposal of oretts; fair1 brand of December wea- the American committee for Arme I nian and Syrian relief, sailed from from today is Christ- mas. 'Time to do your Christmas shop ping'if-7oa; want to do it-early and the rush York, earning tons of food and tons of clothing for vvar sufferers. If the high cost of living is in- creased by the low demurrage charg es the Dominion Hallway hoard ib i ready to consider an increase in the has had three years present charge of SI per da> That commission "government, and there is is the assurance given by Sir Henry ------.__ mighty little desire to go hack to the old form Other western cities might flo well to study the Lethhridge sys tern.' 4. case was helng heard in Supreme Court last week in -which the weather "i certain' week last -winter was under discussion Ml ustice Walsh "It blows in Lethbridge Question; really mean it' "JOne candidate says the police fire force" fa large'enough. Another jt Is npt. Now we have an wsue, such necessary campaign Ijeen so far. chairman ot sion, m a letter to Mayor Church .of haying' panta.lar referehcb up of potato snip- la; the Oermai drive for Bucharest jnotlieivParis fizzle? They iiilles of Paris iefore Beaten back, but once to stay Will e cose of didates, should be pledged to m eco- nomy .'policy. After that the citizens ma> choose as they see fit IN AUSTRALIA AND CANADA 'In Australia .there has been, since early in the war, a Federal Prices' Adjustment Board, which receives re- commrtidations from a commissioner artlng for each state, and then sub- t r Bits; to' the proW minister rewm- pAssiqiiSj-she ages bsfore her tme. fcendatloni as to The maximum StettScott'i neoMttry.to.niake fame is world-wide. AM to th. eott ot "A 'RioUter's unending wpik and devotion drains and strains her physical strength and leaves its mark in dimmed eyes and careworn ei- to .the holding mentg. and forme'rly" gf Molsons bank, Winnipeg, has been decorated by Gen. -Ooffre with the White Whistle Cord -in rec o-nition of his services js an airman on the west front. Others pf his who have -been doing sieit work in bombing Ge> nun positions, have also received this decoration, which is given onb to an men The cord is worn around the left ihouldei and the mark of distinction is its whiteness-ir, contrast to the color us- ually corresponding vitli tho unifoim "MY HAT OFF TO BOURASSA." (Toronto, Globe) The Toronto News has begun 'oho of tho two .groatest offof-ta'ot hia made reply, to-'The Toronto. Globe's charge of Traitor- dom. 'But' It was not merely to Tho Toronto Qlouo that ho addressed Jilnjsqlf.- to nil ttiosu who liayoiHiioijIiouod tho loyalty of him- golf fand the. National party. Witli Indignation that overflowed as from u boiling cauldron lio duditu-ed him- solf and his party to ho innocent of treason, of disloyalty. On the con- trary, tlio maintenance of tho Brit- ish connection was tho first princi- ple of Nationalism. "Not the least marvellous feature ot his oratory js its varying moods Now his deep black eyes flash fire; his white teeth, snap and Almost guasli-. behind a sharply- 'pointed moustache which looks fierce and menacing. Ilia gestures multiply and grow vehement though graceful And all the while his Voice uours forth itself'In a great and'ever-risiug- crescendo of. elo- qiiehco, gathering force and vplumu ns it goes along. Timo and again U would seem human iman could allow greater power, grater force; it'would scorn that the limit had surely been reached. And still this remarkable man, this orator a peer in Canada today, jvoiild go on and on, growing'ever greater, ever stronger. And all the -jvhile the audience- sat a great piece of clay plaster in tlio hands of tho mastermoulder. In the face of that sort of thing it requires t.iperhumaii nerve and face ofi brass to shout today, "A vote for Laurier Is a vote tor Bourassa." Tile Tory party took Bourassa to its bosom iu-1311. The News cannot rid itself of its- honored leader by declaring that his 'treasonable views are of recent grpwth, What he Is today lie was when The News glorified him five years ago. A vote for Bourassa is a Peps are the new treatment f oi coughs, colds and luiig .troubles They ilrc made pp from Pine extracts and medicinal essences. put intothc mouth these medicinal Ingredients turn Into hca.llnfj vapors, which nrc breathed down direct to the lungs, throat nnd brpnchial tubes'. Trki Peps treatment is direct. SNv tfl- lowjng icough mixtures into the stomach, to ciirc ailments ami dis- orders In throat anil is in- direct. Peps arc ruvolutlonlzhiK the colds, us their price. Is within the reut-h of all. 50c- boy ull druggists, oi Peps Co., Toronto, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1916 GRAIN -BROKERS DIRECTORY CD. IETHBRIDQC, ALTA.. WORKING1! You may make nionoy by let ting us bid on your next car of wheat, barley or flax. IT COSTS YOU-NOTHING, Our Winnipeg and Lethbridge offices represent SEfWICjE. "TRY US" l. J.'H. TALLINO Local Manager Office Phone 572 .vote not Laurier, but for the horo victory of 1111 Bourabsc's lieutenants Lavsrgue and hmioelt in conirroiiLe "Mr Honk, were til o i lino the Government and made tho Jjonien' Ministry a possibilitv Hh.nil n is there jet The Nius s1 !1 t.iKeb oft to Blondiu. Larqest Exchange Partsmo'iith, Fi Und h..s the laig autoniatic teleuhone exchange in general election campaign slogan. "A vote for Lauiier Is a vote for Bourassa." Last election itUwas parading Bourassa .up and down the country as a slandered statesman who had heen falsely accused by the vicious Liberals of treason to Canada and the Empire becimse ot his le- sistance'to the Lamier Naval Act which piouded for the construction of .-rimers and destrojers intended to form the nucleus of a Canadian navy at that time pictured Sir Wilfrid as'a traitor to Canada, who had sold lik fellov'' countrvmen to tne OLGreac Britain for a dec onfflon, and to send the youth ,oJ French to fight Brl tain's battles by land and sea m any corner of the world The Bourassa ot 1H11 Bour- assa of. today Thtre has_ heen no change m him He was anti British then, he is anti British still. But when The News wanted the help ot the Bomras-iB, of 1911 to destroy- the Law ler Government it sent Mr. J..E Mid- of its ed-torfal etaft-down 'to Montreal to interview "one. of the most, interesting mpn. in puMlc-Jlte" Aitei telling why stav- ing to defeat Laorior's policy 0? naval defence, Mr. Jllddleton aided "Though I am not -prepared to }ffo.e all the way m Mr I take off my bat to him aval? hopSst politician, as a healthy mindejl, inde- pendent Canad'an wlio cannolKbe in dnced to sell his principles fojr, a .fi- nancial or political' consideration." And when, through "the shrewd man- ipulations of tie Hon Coeh rate, the man behind Tile -News, Boufassa came to Siidbury to mihime the Nationalists of: Northern-jBntajlo against Laurier and Act, The News went ecstames over incomparable-til some'of the showered. "5y.a staft reporter oi its hero as ne apneareB at four dayifbeforo the election' V" "Henn Bourassa, one ot most talked of men in Canada, on this, the eve of the election, has spoken to Ontario In an address here jes- terday classic of fin ished oratory, characterized By ine French newspapermen present as Quality First TVORY SOAP is nol being ad- JL vertised to you only because it sells for 5 cents. We could not expect you to use it solely because of the saving in cost. Ivory Soap is being advertised because it is the best soap that can be made. You should try it because of its' quality. If you do, you will continue to use it for the same reason. 8 CENTS IVORY SOAP (gSl 99M1PURE Pracltf Otmtlt Ftcfaitt inHanltm, Cmtdt MADE IN CANADA f OFFICE MANAGER'S SMITH; MURPHY CO. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG Write or phone at our if you have grain to handle We can assure you the bes4 price the market ntand and qivo you courteous service prompt returns. N. T. MA, LE7HBRIDBE :PFFICE SHEKLOCK For sixty years Dr. Price's Cream Baking the staufflwr of countless housekibepers who have filled upon it for healthful, delicious, home-baked biscuit, cake and other pastry. Dr. Price's contains-no alum. There is never any question about tthe absolute purity and healthfuhiess of the food it raises. That is why the best infornied housewives prefer and use it THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Sm EDMUND WALKER. D., D.C.Ir., President JOHN AIRD. General Monaffsr fl JONES. A 't V, C. BROWN, Suporlatendcnt o( Centra} Western CAPITAL, BESEBVE FUND, BUSINESS The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every facility for the transaction of their, business, including the discount and collection of sales Blank sales notei supplied free of charge on _ W81! 1 't' Lethbridge Branch-- R. T. Brymner, Mgr. STRONG POEER GRAIN and Commission 0-jr outlro oiganiraliou la at your service apd with our exper icncr- v. o co.ii guarantee to you Uio b'est pntea for jour grain and for am grade or of eraln Phono M 1922 'For Offico iBliS Lcthbridgc I Quota 1311 Lutliprldge) tionf. Our Agepts who ll) your dlst-jst J A GUMMING Lethbrjdne Manager A prominent LoLjibiitfge far uier walkf-U into" oyr office the ether, "day. "I used to sell barley to .James Ricliardson in Kingston fifty years Iiu I'.want to do business with' tne firm again The prices so high and tho "pieads grades so this year that tlip-need ot export 'work air along in Al- berta, in Winnipeg and in. Fort even.'. than usual The kind oi Bervtce ti-.at lives in a niau's memory for fifty is 'Minis when jou make bills of lading iead 'Notifj Jtmies Richardson 'Sons; Lim- ited. For cnr penis, markers and daily price cost or 201 Slier- loek'BIdg., or phone .777.- Mauasen'a.. phone 3G5. In' Wesley Dec. 7, from 3 '6 o' FOTJK BOOTHS Olf FANCY WOKK OBC tor Mother Oilc'fpr i One J'or Sister 'Ouo for Baljy ALSO A BOOTH FOB CANDY AND HOME Aftornooa, t coeds in B CAN CENTRAL PROVS EDMONTON. ALBERTA, J R OLfVERi Secretary The men who ha'ye longhtj nnd are lighting our battles "d W', o consider duon to a snperiatiVB degree at the hands of thufcc to ttlp Ifiont A debt 'is duo thorn th4t moncj cannot pay, but tlmj.4'an be met in part by a dqi) Spprtcfatiop and a proper attitude towardi thenijtor their gallantry and self aacijfice rind out wiiat lobs are vnc.int In 'joui communlly JlaKe it.n m.vttoi of pnde for employers to; giie tlio first cliaucn to a returilpdiSfjldter) Enqpuf the men to get (lack jo lyork Loafing li is for any of us If are an proploier, glvp ,the reiurned a fair ahow. It may take a little time [01 to-get theli bcaungs Haye patience with them, and cntourago have so? maoli for. you .Bo In a 'loaition to advise the returned sold Iw. whove jn ewe of need If are1 bna IP difficulty, try to or where por Help Uu ;