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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 li*THMDGE BAIfcY yew., rpor year... sic TELEPHONES: Office ......... Office ......... ism �1* A. Buchanan nagine Director John Torranee ftulneu Uuiger ! WHERE LIBERALISM STANDS � � ."There aretho** among u*-th* y*ung hot-blood*-who aay; Mf they ,(�! Con�ervativeep arc oeund to break the truce, let ua at them.',. The itieeeage I bring from Sir Wilfrid Laurier ia to atk you to renwmber that thla ia no time to be looking only, for the momentary success of the Lib-oral party. H* ask* you to atano" for {something higher than present and Im taedlate political suceeee. He ha* made greater aacrif ice* than|. **iana and at the Oardanellea, rather Jjlfcaii winning party victories at thi njMll*>-Hon. Geo. PV Qraham, ta thi Itratmbera of the General Reform Ae-Wclatlon of Ontario. C "If ever there waa a war which cem-jdmndod-tne consecrated, whole-aauiad jsjupaort of every man who call* him-ibjeh? a Liberal, that war la thla war. Britain ia fighting for ovary advance, very reform every (deal of free gey. rnment and democracy that true Lib-raliam held* dear. It la up to every *ne af u* to do hi* very utmost to aM |S In destroying the menace of Pruoslan militarism which prevent* any guar antee of real peace and progress In the world."--Mr. N. w. Roweli, Lead r of the Ontario Liberal party. ;JtOUND THE CIRCLE .OF THE WAR 'sir.lingering doubt as to the .ultimate 'attitude of Greece and the slowness of .Jhat country to respond fully to the demands of the allies, has led to an pother commercial blockade of Grtek "ports. -.The public opinion throughput' �reece Is solid with the allies but tho .government Is alow to act In thjs. tmeantime thousands of Serbian,-re� �-\jSfjagees are arriving in Greece, demand-'jM|fjig^rotection.: SCT^flBaWMM^! sources give the news that' " ^Greece has granted use of all railways Itio the allies In Macedonia. ^ Russian forces have not yet reached ^Bulgaria hut there are indications -that they will soon he taking an ae) I, ;|tive part in the struggle there. ...... Serbian forces are how safely estab- ^lished on the Albanian side of the 'fliorder.  , , . j The wholesale recall of German con ; mils-general in the States, is now a iUklihood. The government at Wash-jfliigtnn has already demanded the r*-Inall of the navsd and military attaches �;*;|Oll;;^E,BUBY' a|AK BOYED AND VON PAPEN Capt Boyed; Gorman Naval attache and Capt, Von Pa pen, German mh!-tary attache; at Washington, have been given notice to go home to the Kaiser.' Jt was about time. If ever two men,, officially representing a foreign country, attempted to make a fool of another country, It waa thla pair of German plotters'operating as toem-bera of the! staff of the German embassy. �... They teemed to enjoy breaking international] laws right under the nose of Uncle Satn. After a long time the �Ute-Department haa decided that the Untied States haa boon treated like a child, long, enough and Boyed and Von Papen must go home to Ger. numy jwhere th* Kaiser will Mess them for all the nefarious work they ware* able to do since the war commanded *n4 until Uncle Sam decided to bosa.tne Job. Burdatt^as-alnad'v; ratted $715 lor the PatrioilcVf^f' ; : ^ Mrs. Arthur' L: Grant, ol Welland, aged 40, >fdtfnerly oVt Toronto, drowned h*rieli ,in. the river. Irene, t^irtwia .mpnths' "old child of Lorne Meredith, {.Hraatlord, Ontario, waa drowned Sin a pall ot water. Of the recent recruits enlisted in London, Ont.) Us per cent, were native Canadians.  The whftch'alV Club,' heW Brida> burg, waa burned last night; ' ioss $10,000.  ^ ......_ Victoria ColihVy'"Ontario will contribute $2500 month to-the Patriotic Fund........... Coleman -Blcwe'tV, ot Pott.'boro, \>as fatally hilrt 'wlieh' "Stradt by ah aito in Toronto.......... John Scott,, of. jyppds.tpck,-,� member of the School Board, died, aged �9 years. ................ The general store, and .stock of Daniel McDonald a,i. .Point . Anne near Belleville, was destroyed' by" fire. MAKING MONEY OUT OF THE war A Conservative M. P. P. admits tliat he purchased hbrae* for the government end thkt only through him could sales be roaide. That fact in Itself is proof of thej political power behind aU.war purthases in this country. This man aW admitted he bought the horBe*-for^�on�iderabiy leaa- than he �old them to the government. That fact is proof that making money out of the government in war time is a favorite1 pastime. a 1,!..: r; . >i At: Victoria, B. C. the secretary of the Cohrorvitive club admit* that he got a; rakeojr of fifty cents a?*�^-hie whether any paper published or Great Britain is any ^I^ONiproBounead la iU views in fav-^fffc "the Allie* than The New Yprk ^mi*,(; It seeB the menace which fac-l? v4s) the world If Germany waa to con-ftfner.jn.thi* war. , . - \ �./ 'i|;*is: a 'mistake for people to think that all the German-Americans across the .3in* are pro^German. The case of l^e; three editors mentioned is proof I^Mmisthey\iire not. ... il'BCftTA'S CROPS iaH||*,'s graiq crop is eitimatea to nfati seventy. aiUlions and w� dt�: ^danVt it for a minute. It la a let : but- we, m.Uat not forcefrthat prop  wss va.' big out. � T^WfltM|| Vfajfopatetoto the south "Wbpra'' to'ainfllion dollars worth Of'. ^^^�^^^PVad and a ^�lf. Sir Henry Irving Mid: vIt certainly has not bees overrated." Here are the claims for Abbey'* E(ferve*cea>t Salt that $ir .Henry mo characteristicaUy subscribed to: Abbey's wiil relieve Constipation-gently, sorely; and with none of the bad effects of cathartic drugs. Abbey's will immensely improve your appetite and digestion, tone up your nervous system ana clear your"complexion. '.' Its regular use will free you from the chronic bowel ami stomach : troubles that now lessen your efficiency and endanger your general health. . Can you afford to drag along from day to day when there is soeh a simple, palatable and economical' preventive as Abbey's Salt? . '... Just try Abbey's for a week or ten days and you'll agree with Sir Henry Irving. Abbey's is procurable from all druggist* at 25c. and due. Made mCaaad* and guaranteed to give relief by:- ,g Sold by .nd that the total subscriptions would reach some figure between the I1W.000.000 and $110,000,000 mark. RINCHER CREEK CHILD RECEIVED FATAL KICK Pincher Creek, Dec. 4.-A sad accident befell 'little Willie Connelly on Saturday last. In some manner he was kicked in the head by a horse and-in spite of all that could be done he passed away at the hospital on Monday night. To permit a lead pencil to be neatly sharpened is the purpose of a new device that holds a pencil and guides a knife blade along the point. . 1 Word has been received by Mr. Alfred Wright, fiO Crescent road. Toronto, that his son, Lieut. C. S. Wright, who has been in France since the outbreak af the war with the Scottish Wireless Corps of the Royal Engineers, has been awarded the Cross of the Legion, of Honor. Lieut. (Dr.) Wright is a graduate * ol .Upper Canada College,and Toronto University. Alter graduating he. was a lec-ttrVr at Camferfilge University for some time, and later was phvsicist with the famous Scott Antarctic expedition. YESHT IS nS&INE TO STOP Rheumatism is a tormenting ana stubborn malady. In some cases it yields to treatment which is without avail in other, cases. ) The darting pains, lame muscles or stiffened joints only disappear by gradually expelling the uric acid, and so many thousands have been relieved by the blood-enriching oil-food ip Scott's Emulsion that you should give it a faitrifut trial. Scott's Emulsion acts as a powerful blood-purifier by increasing the- red corpuscles and it strengthens' the organs to carry off the adds which cause the trouble;. Try Scott's Emulsion. It cannot harm. It has helped thousands and may be exactly what you need. No drugs. Beetles Bowue,Toronto, oat.: . . 15-29 DRINK HABIT RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT ' Thousands of wive*, mothers and sistersi are enthusiastic In their praise of .ORRINB, becauso it has cured their loved ones o? the "Drink MsWt" snfl thereby brought happiness to their homes. Can be given seoretly. QKRINE costs only $1.00 per box. Ask for Free Booklet. Red Cross Drug and Book Co., Third Avenue South, Lethbrldge. vote fob Mckenzie For Co]iiniiN*ioiier of Public Utimie*. BECAME: WE REQUIRE A PRACTICAL BUSINESS POLICY, AND NOT AN EXPERIMENTAL POLICY. WE WANT EXPANSION OF OU(l UTILITIES AND NOT CONTRACTION. A CHANCE IN THE UTILITIES MEANS BETTER ADMINISTRATION IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, ' W. L. $fckEXZIE. ViCTfidU ^iADfiUARTirli'^: A'>,^C~9hS'.mott frasraat fioirar In. the gar*"1 * "fow, if any, remembrahcee In the oirW'dl ottks mV presents ckii tfW, the; Vm^mmm id. laatiag wd perWaeM gift. IH .14 revealed in it* perleet r^i^o�^*�� 0f' 01* vgreaiest artists. � � p'^'v ^ PIVE'-DOLLARS CASH TAKES . A VICTROLA WITH 'S.i'h � 12' SELECTIONS td YOUR NON]i TO,0*y. . . BALANCBttA^y.fiipB. Therc is melody tor liiiti:tit gloMoiiS; Viotroi* Mmrw{'^^t||jjftV^,, ." Records aliow you to commWd" th*'fMt-' '"sit irClBU to smg. and -vtoy--^-re^.:�[#-r*hd�r exactly the mnsie you sawLs^shifo. wmoH 4 BAfcMOftAL BLK.; NEXT RI8CH U| ibhts jew.b;U Ctwdliiite for the potrttton of CommifMllier ;f of Public Vtllltioi. WILL SPSAK BEFORE THE ELECTORS ON THE NORTH jilDS - -~ -ON- , { TVmbAt EVENING, DECEMBER ft* AT S.SS IN BUROMANN'S hAlL  -r  Those interested In the welfare of the city..akS i^uegtM to Itteiad as the time la too ahort to Allow of ntt^a^lHM. Other Candidate* are, Invrted to.attend ahf^wtli':(** flven"'4n; opperiuntty � apaaft, " '�nd iexvei on th* Council when the *rst pumping lyst*sn-:waji: Inatallad: - M was in. his .capacity as Chairman of th* Wtn,%',Mtmt; sad ^ light Cdmtattt**j|hSt he showed his foresight In peraiindlng the Ca*ne|l to! withdraw the by-law (then prepared and ,-ad^ti^ #rovMhig for lundf for a wate;r system without se^erWHi7'jHt;* also foulat s.tronudasly to have the pumps placed on' alowoT level, but,W|i* over-rpleil by the consulting engineer. The subnquent .oporatloa of tbepun^pa has more than JustMM Mr. �Wt^m^-^atkmHUt." \ Bialdis .being * Mechanical Electrical itaglnsdftVt&dikf is* high**? Pafiers obtainable in the province, he baa had aiwd^eon^ years ..of business experience and. was one of tlvlniibmoton OC the'Northwest Jcibbing * ComOlsiion Co., now,,>hd Campbell. Wihjon fe. Home Co. of this citf, *b that he. celm*e:'bisfore :".�* people contesting the election for.Public UtllltlSe;Cemmlsalbnir well ^UallAed to fill the position and -It la not,1 thmrafoff, iuffilpbtg that be Should appear as a candidate endorsed by-both the -North and South side*. , There are Good Reasons why you should for CUmmMomr tfPiihik Utilities (*) nTHBSE ARE SOME OF THEM: ' He hfi preved hip abimy te tdmim***/ the dutlea ef H\i off lee In nj Mnpetent and economical manner. "I1'MS PT^ h'f te work In barmkny and in **nJ�no� tlfn fnh the ether Cbmmlselenere. iHenss in the dutie* of hw poeltian it cempiet* is.h* th* *ervl*s of th* elty nsariy eleVeh'yeAr/" .,.~J*i f,"t'"��r **4 W�*�d up> the frdittr nrtfffM We proopnt exeeutlv* p**l|len,' .�'' . He 'h,af ,sh* benefit ef the *�aorl*ne* gained through the ml* tahef mode in m* **era|l*n of km Depariim*^ in (hi ibn>. ;' esSnenilMl peMay ef th* propent C*mml�M*n*ro. ,, w. � ft ;