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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DKCKMBKU 5, 1917 THE LKTHBR1DGK DAILY PAGE SEVEN Berlin Heportft-v-Deprlved of Russian Support, They Are Nervous Berlin, Dec. 5. The negotia- tions between the Germans and Russians for an armistice are ex- tending to the Rumanian troops, the '.var office announces. Unofficial dispatches from Berlin on Monday carried a ramor current there that the Human tan yoveratii Las sounded Berlin and Vienna garditig conditions for an arn.lsticu anil iitjace pourparlers. There has been no confirmation ot ibis from German Rumania's troops on their battle line have been dependent on Russian troops for support of their flank lo Ihc north and a cessation ot hostilities by Russia would them exposed to a separate attack with almost In evltablo cuvelopmeut and destruction Isolated ag Kutuania is from bor vcsi ern antes. Only One "SROMO QUININE" To got the genuine, ca31 for full nntnc LAXATIVE BUOMO QUIN'IXB. Look for signature of E. W. GROVE. Cures K Cold In One Day. 30c. ihe Real "War Bread" must contain the entire wheat the white floui center but every particle of gluten and. mineral the outer bran coat that is so useful in keeping the bowels healthy and active. Shreducd Wheat Biscuit is the real "war bread" because, it is 100 per cent, whole L wheat prepared in a digestible form. Contains no yeast, baking powder, seasoning, or chemi- cals of any kind. Food con- servation begins with Shred- ded Wheat Biscuit for break- fast and ends with Shredded Wheat Biscuit for supper. Delicious with sliced bananas, berries, or other fruits. Made in Canada. VANCOUVER HOTEL BARRON FIRST CLASS. 200 luxuriously fur- uishctl rooms. One block from C.IMl. Hotel, in the heart of the un-town business section. Room rates: end only. The Woods Hotel Under same management aa DAHKOX Vancouver's and best known hotel. In the-heart of down-town bua Incss seclion R C. Electric De- pot.) Single rooms, Double, ?1.50 W, D. Wood, Mgr. Write for tions. Klngeton, Ont, Dec.' In an interview today, Major- W. L. Grant, who has, 'returned from oveneas to accept the principal- eh'p of Upper Canada college, cald: "England is almost cleaned out of Canadian troops capable of re- inforcing the front, lines fn and If our splendid Canad- ian corps to be kept up to strength in the field, It rriust have reinforcements from BIG SHIPPING CONTRACT BY AUCTION New Yo rk, Dec. h e Unite States Steamship company was repor ed last week ab having been awarda a the shipping hoard fo the construction oi steal and vrootle vessels aggregating now has contracts with the goreri nient for the construction of ships a a- .total cost ot approximately ?3ii and as stated last week c: iccts lo close another contract short- WE WILL OFFER AT PUBLIC AUCTION In Corrals, near the Tay- lor in Lethbridge TUESDAY, DEC. 11 AT 12-30 P.M. 1S7 Marevwelcht 1100 Ibs. to 1500 Jbs. 118 Sucklno'Colts. 90 .Yearling Mares and, Geld- ings, 31 2's, Wares and GcldTngs, 30 Broke Geldings, and 4'a. 25 Saddle Horses. 'otal For Dominion is Now 4U 15 Millions Toronto, total inscriptions to Iho Victory loan con- inue to roll In. despite Ihe fact lhat !io campaign has teen closed for three ays, The tola! reported by Don; on headquarters up lo 10 L.M was of which Ontario uhscribed Other totals to date arc: British Tulunibla. Alberta. 'GS.iOO; Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Quebec, New Hrimswick, s'ova Seolla, Prince Ed- Yard leland, W. S. Hodgens. chairman of Iho Dominion business commit tee, tie- sires lo convey thanks ot that com- Qlttcu to the chairman and secret ar- cs ot lli'e committees of the various provinces throughout Canada for tho very efficient manner in which the returns "were got together and fir- warded to Toronto daily. Toronto, Dec. (.eorge Graham addressed a larxe salherlns of Laurier supporters in St. 1'aul here last night lu the interests of A. J. Dg, Independent candidate In 'North Toronto and bearer of Sir Wilfrid Uurler's designation. Mr. Graham took up tho question oi he iyHilary service act and declared that U was introduced with the object j of trealliig QueUt-c kindly in tho mat- j ter of tailing her men. "I voted for! the military service be said, "and my vote counted as mujch as Sir George Foster's. Mr. Young's vote will count as much for It In Hie next parliament. The votes of Ihe members and not the will of any one man or clique ot men count in parliament. "The military service act could not bo repealed or stopped, or even de- layed, except by act of lie went on. "When you are lold lhat man cannot be a follower of Laur- ier and support the military service act that statement Is made through ignorance. AVhen you ask me how can men support Laurier and ihe military service act I am tho surprises In store for Mi. iml lie liy-j Invite I the uou-paitl.ian tn meet him on tbJ plaitoii-i at aii meeting lu Mhmoilosa on Dot whoro Le will be 8iVIMI umiili- portuLiliy lo back un hij> i-liatg-js '.vi'U proof. The indications are that Mr. C'rc- rar's opponent in v.lH his tleyoMt. The its favor of! the miniver of agriculture is -ironfj. MUCK IMPROVEMENT K Washington, Dec. im- in car c-jnilitf-jris was reported lo the fuel ri'Jmhilnr.t- tlon today l.y PiUsburg coal i Cars are moving moro (rt'ab'. through-i out western Pennsylvania aii'! Jhlo. PROFESSIONAL CARDS VIA VI women's disuisei and nerve us dis- orders. Successful for 2b yearn. LU I'rnture on roquet, Mrs. O. Thomas, room .No. 'J, UomiuUm Block. Lc-th- Lridye, tVl-0 GUNSMITHS MEDICAL H sT i; A L l i l i AI Awouchcr. Iloura Office 311 Third Avenue. 1'liom; 12D3. Night and home phona The following article is translated from Le Matin, one of'the most Im- portant dallies published in Paris: owe (he truth lo our-friends. It r. difficult further to conceal from the French Canadians the profound disappointment which their attitude with regard to the war has created in France. Everyone- knows Canada's admlr- ible effort. A country peopled-by those who left Europe to escape from ijui rtlsi straightened, guna reslock- cil. yun work done by gunsmith. kt-yo made, locks repaired, bicycles.' type-viltora, phonographs, any light iiiathluc-ry rtjiaircd, lawn movers Ebarpuiic-d. K. Indian Motorcycle Agent, I'hone 1032, 412 4lh Ave. S. PIANO TUNING I'layc-r-riaim Organ years' fac'.urv Hon- ours Certificate M.T. AiaH., London, England. Hc-forx-nets to tbe leading musicians of the i'hono 110S VULCANIZING LOGICAL Treatment for RHEUMATISM, SCIATICA, .Lumbago, Constant Headaches, Urinary Derangements, and nil Kidcey and Bladder Troubles. TliR LETHHJUlHiE VULCANIZING n I Works undertake all lire repairing. M All work Freight paid 5 i one way on cut of orJfcrs. E. 1 Chaplin Son. 712 3rd >.ve. S.. 3 J I doors east of Royal i Olfife, 103 Sherlock Block. Tcltphtmes: Offito liesldence OJfit-e hours: 11 to 12 'A T to S p.tn. i s; i (E i f. C A X! PH K Lli! "RO? ritAtii; -Oifke, Royal Bank HaiMlng. Office houra: 1 to 3 aiter- 7 to S evenings. Phone aOj. Residence phones: Dr. Campbell _135S; Dr. Hoy 009; Dr. Crags 1243. Dlir f Throat; 115 Sherlock DMg. Office hours evenings by ap- pointment. 1'houes: Olfico 341; Idenc? 13ft "WTT" TUTLKlT PHYSICIAN anil Surgeon. Office Block opposite Etarlaml Theatre, rooms G to 4. Of flea hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7.to S.30 p.m. Phones: Office 7SO; Residence Sth St. S., Phone 1454. the deplorable scourges which have fallen, from lime to time, on this un- fortunate continent. War is declared. A war which for'them must necessar- ily be far away and in which they could Ecarcoly he greatly interested without an- effort of imagination. y .or ,n-.M1lta.i nWOWM j ,'X 17 Calgary, Dec. special dispatch to the Calgary Herald says: An- nouncement Is made hero today that Hon. T .A. Crerar, minister of agricul- ture' In the Union government, has accepted the challenge issued by Jas Weir, M.L.A., of Alberta, Non-Partisan ipponent of the Union government and .econd vice-president of the United Farmers of Alberta, "Jim" Weir has tated, according to opposition dis- patches, that Mr. Crerar has "stulll- 'led the grain growers of the west" hrough "his" organ, the Grain Grow- ers'-Guide. Mr. Crerar Is said to have BOine ;he total amount of shipping contract- ed for in the neighborhood or 000. NOTICE! City of Lethbridge MlillCINt EimilS PUBLIC NOTICE Is ierefcy giver, that a. Poll has oeofa for the election oC a. for the City of JjClh'urldgo for the i years 19IS-I320, and for the election of .two Tniatees for Jjtho Lethbridge Protestant Public 5 School District No. 61. for 1918 nnd 1019 nnd that Polling will lake iilaca on the 10th o'ay 'of December, 1917, from nine (9) a.m. until eight (S) p.m.: at -the following places: T. nl on. A Polling Division 'A. and AA At !il. Mary's Hall. 6th Avenue, between, Conscrvatlvcs hundreds of thousands, paying all the expenses of the expedition, engaging In tho making of munitions 3nd giv- ing Iheir lives freely. Ileccntljr Ihey have done still more. On August 4, the Senile at Ottawa voted on a oil! passed by the Commons for coinpifr sory service. On returning from Bug- and at the beginning cf the summer; Sir Robert, Dprden, premier oi the nlhlou, demonstrated to his coun- trymen 'uat' tills- lew .was; indispen- Bable in order that continue to' play'her part In the war. Tbe Canadian parliament has already responded to bis appeal. Unhappily this effort is entirely due to the patriotism' of the English speaking Canadians. The French- Canadians have not only participated very litlle, but they have done, continue to do all in their power, to arrest tbe movement. 'The tola! Dominion populalion Is seven millions, of which two millions are French-Canadians, and in spue of this the number of voHinteers whtch they have furnished to the army is auch a mockery, tliat out of cpnsldera- Ihem It were belter to withhold the figures. The escuss MINERS Work Hard Shot off from sunshine, and fresh blood becomes thin brings rheumatism or other richness. Tlte oil-food in SCOTT'S EMULSION is Nature's boildint; tonic the blood rich, fort the lunss, refrreii Ihe. body uid (troixtba the whole BTBteiH. Envy Minw Nevdi VSa SCOTTS EMULSION AUCTIONEERS wish to announce that Peter LeVolley and L. 1. Nichol- soa have consolidated their In- terests as auctioneers and will conduct sales anywhere in the province. The best oi workman- and satisfactioa guaranteed or no pay. For sale dates, phone 1053 or 205 Rural. Yours for business, LeVALLEY AND NICHOLSON Auctioneers. BUILDERS' SUPPLIES UUILDIXG lime, plaster, roofing, plat wludow glass, au'.ooioljilu vrlaJ- ehlulds. The Western Supply Equipment Ltd., Fourth Street South. Phone 1044, Box 29S. IOS-0 aud Surgeon. X-ltay equipment. Office and -residence. Si2 3rd Ave. south. Hours 11-12, 1-3 and 7-0. Telephone thy and night 1242. 29WI DENTAL Street C. North and StrOei N'orih. Polling Division GTmnasIum of Westmlnsler School, 13th Street Nortli. "Polllnir Division Central -School, 9lh Stuct South. 1'olllng Division At the" Car Barns, 5th Street South. .-Polling Division At H10 6th Avenue South. f And that I will it .tho City Clerk's office, No.'332 7th Street South on Wcilncsrl'ay, the 12lh' day of December at 12 o'clock noon, sum nn Ihe votes and declare the reauHs of the election. Given under my hand this 4th day of December, 1017. DONALD A. DUFF, Ketumlog Officer. IU1UUSUU llum iaillJl, miles for convenience of sale. Owner has enlisted. TERMS ROSS TAYLOR; Auctioneers: GEO. H. LEQLER, Ninton; Q. P. OEARDORFF, AUCTION AT THE LABOR TEMPLE, SEVENTH STREET S. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE On THURSDAY, DEC. -AT TWO P.M. SHARP -CONSISTING OF A QUANTITY Of SILVERWARE 4 HAND-PAINTED CHINA Sntlabie for Chrlatmas preacnts, sliver trays, caie plates, fruit bowls In silver Blinds, sliver and cut Mil and pepper, spoons, knives and forks, butler Knives and sugar, shells, cups anrt saucers, creamers and aufsara, fruit sols, hon bonj and spoon tr.iys; also lonucs and mitts, anil, a quantity ofMmiH wares, hooka.nnd eyes, near! buttons, collar supports. t Contioleiioi rugs, rag riigs, grass rugs, Jap mats, 1 hornless (cablnft) talking machfnc 1 futneil oak hall mirror, m-nliOB-. anv parlor chair upholstered in Bilk. 2 all cotton'felt 1 eslcnslon t.ihlu In EOliicJi oak, 1 parlor table, 1, auto harp, 1 stuffed eaule-ftn stand; nnrl many other too niimeroiis to mention. vv, W.L WILSON TERMS CASH 1025 given until recently was that by tem- perament Ihey coulii not be expected to sympathize with' the Anglo-Salon system of volunlary enlistment. pulsory service has, however, pro- voked amongst them, especially in the province of Quebec an opposition still more violent. As soon 'na the Lib- l.erals of the west, united with to support this new measure of national defence, got solidly behind Sir Wilfrid Laurier, n-order to frustrate the Issue. And Sir Wilfrid Laurier refused Hie patri- otic offer -whlcli Sir Robert Borden made'to him'to tmite In a coalition government Compulsory service has been demanded si'niiosl entirely by Ihc English-speaking Canadians. "The Catholic clergy arc divided, H Is said, over the question of the war. Nevertheless by the admlsslou of tho most eminent French-Canadians, such as Senalor I-avcrgnc, it Is con- firmed that Ihe majority of bishops and priests have adopted an attitude clearly anti-patriotic. "Canadian Nationalist lenders, s-idi as MM. Bourasea and said. It appears, at tho lime of the South African war, if France hf.d been on Ino'efd? of the Krcnch-Ciinadlans should have cone voluntarily to fight. At Ihe beginning of tbe present war many wera the English-speaking Canadians who be- lieved lhal'lhls lime Canada was to reaHze unanimity. But cvenls have shown that the demonstration of .lore lavished on France byv the men of Quebec and Montreal was In char- acter entirely platonic. The tie of old memories has been as powerless as loyalty towards Brllatn when It Is a question, for tbe Canadians of French descent, to conqnor their pro, vlnclnl egoism and we verify this paradoxical fact thai IhG only place In North America where the cause of France is not embraced with ardour Is the province where our Itn Is spoken." WOMEN ARE pEQUESTED TO MOVING We Make Specialty of Moving Furniture and Pianos The only, cohered vans Tn the city. Furniture stored. PHONES: Coal i Storage 1097 House....... 1039 The McLean Transfer LUNCH COUNTER THE ALBERTA UJNCH ROOM AND Grill. 411 Filth St. S. Tho only wlii'.c cooks In town.-Also tobacconist and liarler shop. Adcllson anil Units. Props. Telephone 1S27. 16S-0 anil-, M.J. i uatc of Royal College of Dental Sur- geons Toronto anil holder of a DDUI- Inlon Uentnl Cerllficato. Office: rooms 5-0 Bryan Block. 1'iiono 1071. DH. L. T. (SUC- SHOE REPAIRING cessor to Drs. Courlice Si Giailuatc of University of Maryland. P.ooms S-S llactlonald Phong 1165, Lelhbr.'dRe, Alta. DItS. J1ARH3 AND iata. Successors to Drs. Stewart and McCliire. Hours 0 (o 5. Office: His- fnbotliam Block. Phone 374. SHOE G. SIJIMONDS-DENTIST, your nh6o repairs. Work done jroraptly. Orders called tor and de- ll'vercd. Krauk -Miles, 511' 4th Ave. South. WELL DRILLING HOLES DRILLED FOR ALL, PUR- POSES. Capacity of machines 100D leet, Box S12, Lethbridge, Alberta. 293-25 PRIVATE HOSPITALS_____ VAN Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 1th Avenue South. Phone 746. DR. T. W. DENTIST, GRADU- ate'N'orlh Western Dental Univera: Ity, Chicago. Offico phone 185; 'idonco phone 752. Otflcei: Union Dank Building._________ 158-B T3; FT Graduate Chicago College ot Den- tal Surgery. Offices, Shepherd Dlock, opposite Starland Theatra. Phone 7SO. Residence phone 397. UNDERTAKING T, S. FETTEBLY, LEADINC1 FUNER- al director and licensed erabalmer, motor or horse driven bearses. Par tors, opposite Court House, pfiice phon; 601, residence phase 3pen day and night v acKA; Directors and Fraclical Embalmers; Offico and residence, .803 3rd Avenue SUSPEND ANTI-TRUST Washington, Deo. told in a report by the Inlerstalo Com- merce Coinmlaslon today lhat lo Rffled Ihc unirioallon of rcsoarceE for.lhc war, anll-lnlat and lawn should bo suspended. Jn addition the commission railroads flhonld receive a gOTernmen Iftan nnd lhat Issues of rallrcart'seoaf IC.es should he Tested In some body. Some advance In rales Is nilvo, tho cominUslOB uid, in UM er AT THE COMMITTEE ROOM .OF Tbe Lethbridge Women's Union Government Association At the S. 0. E. Hall TENTH STREET SOUTH AT ONCE A WOMAN HAS A VOTE WHO .18 1 wife of a soldier who has served or It serving with the British forces (either adlsn or. Imperial) out of Can- ad> In the oreient war. "2. The mother, daughter -or ot a toldltr wh his terv- or Is serving with tha Brit- Mi forces (Canadian or Imper- ial) out of Canada.fn the present wsr." t, Ths widow, mother, diught- er or eister of a soldier who has served with the British forces (Csntglin or out of CsTiidi) In the present war and who'hss died. 4. The wife (or moth- er, daughter or sister of sailor serving In the Canadian or Im- perial Naval forces tn or out of Canada In the present war, who enlisted before the 20th Septem- ber, 1917. THE COMMITTEE IS OPEN DAILY FROM NOON UNTIL P.m. DO, IT, NOW! MLAY MAY LOSE YOUR' VOTE TCLCFHONC IK Boulton's Taxi CLOSED AND HEATED CAR We are making a specialty ot taking people to the night trains, Phone earlyy We won't for- get to call for you. The Hudson Auto Livery 7-PASSENGER SERVICE Palace Confectionery Phones: Day-----G6S Night- 1269 f Showers' Auto Livery 1 I and Night Service. I Stjnd at White Lunch I Phone 1127 I 1 I OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1448, Night Phone 787 BOB'S AUTO LIVERY Closed and healed cars for city And cojntry trips. Hospital calls n specialty. HOTEL DAY AND NIQHT SERVICE PULLEY'S AUTO LIVERY Phone 154O S. Phono 1802. closed. Always open, never _SS GLADYS ATTREE holds clas ses at Iho V. 51. C. A. for ball room classical and fancy dancing for chil drcn and adulls. Half term com tnences this week. Phone 16D5. member of Royal College ot Sur- geons. (Bug.) Licentiate Royal Col- lege of Physicians {London) L.D.S., 19CO. Hours 9-12; 1-5. Office G-S Hlg- inboUiam Block. Phone 1616. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH i SMITH and.June B. yoa.are sick and want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and get welL Offiee in residence, 903 7th Ave. S.. opposite Model Bakery, liouri 9.30 to 5, 7 to 9. Thane 1077. MUSIC M I SS AIL Playing and Theory! BUperviEion.of H. C. C. Salmon. One. hundred cent, of pupils entered for the ei- aminations of the Royal Academy and Royal College- of Music, Lon- don, En., last year were successful 623 Sth Street South. WARD SECOND HAND Store, 51G Thirteenth St. N. Furni- ture bought and told. Repairs neat-. Iv esecilted. F. A. Rogers, prop. Tele T" SLASON Of THE 1155. MRS. W. H. TEACHER i of Piano, Harmony aud Theory. Over ten years' leaching experience. Studio fully equipped with, black- board, keyboard, scale ladder, mod- ulating board, etc. Studio 1226 5th Ave. A. South. _ FARM PRODUCE____ ?ARM PRODUCTS UMlfED HOLESALB HAY, POTATOES A.NL LI'ALFA MEAL-. .Inspectors at Coalflale, Lethbridge Raymond and Magratli. Whether you want to hny or tell we will mall ytu our Weekly MtT- ket Card on request. 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING ethhrld's? rrl r. J Lloyd, Mar., Res. Phone 365 R. Hazcll, Res. Phone 1753 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER U. McBLYEA, ASSOC. A. I. E. E.. Electrical Engineer and Coalraclor. makes a specialty o( wiring country homes and Installing lighting plants Consultations on all kinds of olec Irlcal work, .1264 4lh 'Avo. S. Phone 1883. AUCTIONEER ______ WILSON, AND i.lve Stock Aucllonecr. con dueled anywhere In Ihe Province Terms reasonable. Wrlle or phonr 1023, Head office- at-Wilson's Auc tlon Oallcrlej, Dlonner-Hisscl Block, Alta. PECORATINO______ nROS.-THB DEC orators, Papcrhahgers and Painters Kalsomlning, General Decoralln and Sign Writing, Eslltnates given Tlio oldest established painters I Lelubriclge. Res. Phone 1472; oftR- phono 1752, Sherlock Bids., Lelh bridge. Alia. bridge Conservatory of Music re- opens Thursday, August 30th. Piano Theory, Violin, Orchestra, and Band Instruments; Mandolin, Banjo, TJkn- lele; Guitar, Hawaiian Steel Guitar. Singing, Elocjillon. Certified teach- ers. Modern methods. Uany free a'd- vantsges. Phone 765. VAN BISHOP, TBACHIR LIN. Studied at England Con- servatory of Music under Eugena Griienberg. Lesson Jl.OO. Studio 418 3th St.. South. Fhonc 1039. 293-6 EDUCATIONAL OARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 Sth St. South, Ltthbr.'dj. Day and evening school Shorthand, TypowntluE. Bookkeeplnfc and all Commercial Office1 Phone 1315 Residence Phone or Principal 1531, While for Full Information. CLEANIKO AND DYEINQ THE VALETS PEOlALlSTS French Dry Cleaning. Our 'process eliminates danger of Injury to gar- ments. Only tho highest class .work turned out. No dyeing. Immediate: atcntfpn In given lo country orders. S54 6lh fKreet SpBlli, Phone Phone 1619. f. 6. Box SOS. HENDERSON, HEIO AND, PATEMON Chartered AcctfunUrrtc Ek, Municipal, t-umbtr, Mlnlnj, MJnulJotuung, anj Reiall Building, Third l LOO Cleaning, Prtsslng, pairing and alterations well done al reasonable We call for and deliver goods. 410 6lh Street South. Phono __ ihe Tailor. Cleaning, pressing and repairing. High clisi work at lowest prices. Delivery 113 7lh St. S. Phone 1019. ________WATER LOCATOR WATER CAN LOCATE water for you. Charges reasc-Mblex T. L. Davlcs, Nobleford. .OLD.T1MER DEAD J3. Edmon- ton, an old timer oJ th6 Edniontnn dis dfed Saturday at Taw.itinaw. Jle o'melnber of Nstson's Khlp Vis- lory Is hclloved to'to Ihd only man hi.Canada holding ci teiaen of .ELECTRICAL )SUPPLIES ALL TRICAL' I I J-: ;