Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
sn TI1R THURSDAY. DECEMBER 0, 10L7 S. Alberta Total In Loan Well Over Eleven Millions Calgiry. Alia.. IKr. 5.-Toesaiy and i Wcdnesd'ay were cucedmily bnsy Claroshnlm, Grir.u'.u. Cow- 6SS.750 Dud cue halt nillit As now the (inures stand: IleJ Deer, Olds. Inniitai! cit. SieUlcr. Cas'.or. MwUor, eu-.......... Drumhc'lur, llsuna. CochriMu-. llcrny Mountain 1'ark. Ai-Jr.e.. Crosstidd. Carftairs, Hals- bury, llani't Gleluben, Lans- Acme Hlrt Hiver, Nanicn, Vulcan. n'.ai'We. Hrant, Chimi'Ion Ciyley. Stzvply BassEiio, Brooks, Jeunor, Empress....... Crows Nest Dislrirt. Coh-- nip.it. Bl2irmore. Mines. Bellevue. Frank Macleod. I'.uihcr Creek. U. S. Completes Arrangement To 1'rovisiok Switzerland Under Klockr.de hopo tor the beat, there will be ills- lister. .1 The I'romllT lias shown te ran lake the l.-Jd, let him du II once more or make room (or be'ter Tito DYly Mail says; "J'or all tho allies Tresldeut Wil- son's address makes very caibfarlory His sen'.ences. r.ot less than ibo measures proposed to give effect to them, will do sornelliiris In MsJ.lil.c HJI. Isl.ir.d. Irvine. sV'vl-ii I'eriL-s. Wi-jnllred Sr.issy L.'.te, T.-jiers. Lomcr.J, Sut- rii'U. Walsh 340.500 S51.UV SSS.OOO as well as In Auierka tc clear tlie air ot the ot jmifisw. They set _______ thhijs. letter dlil not, iln their proper llclit nnd proper or- Paris. Dec. project tor '.ha provisioning ot Swllierhnd. by the blockade sectluu nail npprovc-d j by she lull tntcr-alHed conference, was Is'g-jed tcjay on bchaL' of the I'ullcd States ry Vance McGanuick, chair-, man ot the vn trade board, nnd by] Ihe delcs-iles ot the nxvlss government, Monsieurs Oalller. Cralcl-Roufsr. Heer and TSc- first two arc raeuibsrs of the Swiss uaiional cc-tiactl, -M. iieer is an ImiJortiui manufacturer, and M. Is a of the Sivlss dopart- ID Ml CIS! Thero Is an alarming shortage in the world's meat supply. The meats UJosl ,lu demand for war .sod arg bacon and beef. The only way to Increase the sup- ply of meat Is to extend our breeding operations and (ced our surplus stock to greater weights.' Tliu increasing of bacon..and beef supplies for. lug war can brought ebnut by substitutions at lionte. men, attended by 12.000 unionists. Tno announced pUu of Ihe labor clitefa was to hold the meeting ID continuous season which would brlug about a .pport of tho car ng Iwcauso ILelr iploycri lo allow luem to Wtfar unlou buttons. (employers declaroil that neither Lhe St. Paul. Mlnn.i Use., railway shops nor otuer plants action by tho war department toward up. George T. Slaclc, vlce-nrcsl- seltlumeut of ditdculllca by some of o! the .Northern tactile, fald ILat ol the Twin City liall-j many men were at work la tho shops JPT U PT HA Kooeral ttrlko In su, A i lli'SI rA N Kim nUI 111 Ul. 1 nUL UlmlU. tt Haise n For He'd Cross mlstahably clear ng has Mr. (Frem'-Our OTTTI Correspondentl Wilson Foremost. Dec. Is a mark- the ei scarcity ol teachers in the Fore- war that all who run and read must most inspectorale-i H. -H- Parker, in- now. understand It Yesterday's was a speclor of schools, tells your corres.- vrar end not a psace inessase. Sum- pondent.that sLsty-sevca teachers are med and totalled, what Mr. Wilson needed in order to" keep the schools Tfitt as''a basis for peace with going. He also reporft that there are Germany appears to he elimination of scarcely any applications. Teachers present German gOTcrnment and contemplating taking up work in the declaration that Italy's enemies ate ed lor elirnination the nvo mediaeTal Eovernmental raachineis which iJluaged ihe world into war and -c'tJll sUcd as Ihe worst obatacles to a'just peace among the nations. Scan shall link two offcDdcrs the _ impossible Sultan and the treacherous Ses'tructlon inspectorate apply to H. R. Par- ih fc it3 borders. This, -with cer- t-er B.A., inspector ol scliooU. Fore- Th- Sun: regard the pre- reparatory demands is apparently, mo'sL .sidenl's address s.5 a powerlul action betireen. those conn tries .anil peace _todaj-. The president man Thp Vecpa his word and It Is-a: strong word Lhat he uttered be> 'hosier. The norulnatlm ol candidates w'.ll lake place ou December j 13 and tLe poilius of iroiea on December 22 good lambs if they have arc. Another way lo'lncrcase the.suppl} Is to put 't1iin> weth'er limbs on feed for February, March or April selling Every rancher should have hnach to feed 'iutp good weight b) spring if he has not already got them make more pro- of .odd and rough lots of feed-lhan any other farm The essence of- successful agricul turc enterprise Is .'the'conversion o cheaply produced Into highly valuable and' concentrated product! such as he'ef, pork.- and urjltoo, am this Is the kind ,of agriculture we ncci at present. As YOU FEEL You know well enough wlien your liveris loafing. is the first warning; then yon begin to "leel mean ail over." Your akin loon gets tbe bad newc, groua dull, yellow, miiddT ud ua- Vlolcnt not yon the gentle help of thlj old- time standard remedy. Small Till. Small DOM, Smill Price. many colorlcM faces but ARTER'S IRON PILLS will greatly help moft pvle-faced people. o brins about peace through IB victory that shall be neither vmdictive in IU consequences nor dtrnctlTe of ths right of people, great or small, o fore th? Ctinsrei5 yesterday." order its own destinies. It these words .Tne GhicaSo HeraW says the address ollu comins rrom a Tlsil ,0 ,he Foremost children. He committee Ttc com- eipecL oBnta to be. in Foremost tbe Dec. 21st. roremost he antog 10 look Christ- TINGS of ILL. PACK For Beginning Dec. 3rd. Meetings at firat each day to be held In tbe after- noon at 3 o'clock .At place men- tioned second In the evening at S o'clock. y TABER AT EIGHT O'CLOCK Friday, 'December 7 BARNWELL COALDAliE Saturday, December S. CARDSTON Thun., la, 8 o'clock Jit. Weir, M.L.A. 2nd Second Vlcc-Pnu'ifent will anlit Mr. Pack at Tafccr and Cardtton telrs ol nallons. it.is Tfl no Tfte new q.jarter5 I'.om of surfepder." amj suited to Ihe maila The "Philadelphia Inquirer: The received hera presldenl's message appears M tLe Wm Dick aDd diughter are bict psjrcholojical moment, when Russia 13 from Lelhbri4se. Jlr: Dick, a navy upheaved, when Italy. Is Invades, but Teteren, wss 3 guest it tbe luncheon now holding, steadfast; Germaa IiT5a in iiqncr.ot the Duke of Devon- armies are iaiiig their utmost (o force Dick lie Brlllsh troops at CambraL 11 Mr? (Dr.) C.V. Heo.'eri and faugh- is a notice lo all the world that Ihe irrjreli in Foremost last weak. United States 13 engaged In Ibis war she j, lier slsler-in-iiw, Mrs. to sea It through." 'Stencil. The doctor-has an office In The Boston Globe: "Diplomatically Ls ,yet na5 nol Eecured It is the most daring document oMhe pliable residence var. Believing.-as. he that Ihe. FDremost Rei Cross society had a eyes ol.lhe people have been opened feost SUCces3toI concert. The people and thev Eee, he puts the issues o( Foremost cerlainJy are not deaf 10 straight to Germany, to Russia and ey- j lae calls of our Eoliilers. Patriotic ap en to tbe allies." peals always tlnd willlDg hearers here The St. Louis -Republic: "The war, Dolh candidates for te'Ionght to-a finish. There Is SpDtc lo fcrowdeil houses her no parleying with an unbeaten and rteek, and both got-a rcspeclMl anscrupulous Qennany. It Is a ijues- ]ieariog. We are glad lo say that no lion of human rights :hs dtvlne maiter what political creed may be, rights ai iiiisa, and the United States -our townspeorle always give a speak- has thrown llsell hody and EOU! Into cr a fair chance to atatj his stand. the struggle." 'i j The Minneapolis Tribune: "Of one (act tie president leaves nol a shred of nation is In the war un- '111 the .war ends in.victory for the al- lies who are lighting for democracy and for Ihe 'deliverance of peoples! Irom the kind of bondage the Prussian junkera upon them." i The Seattle Times: ''The Lenmcs, the Lansdowpes and :hs Lafolleltes In kll allied, countries were- answered Lo- by the president in hia address 1 before congress." London Papers Say Wilson's Speech Sets Things in Right Light FOR We Wffl Sefl Either 750 and Rewire Or WIScfl Topi, three year, old and up. Abt 25 Pvdrred Sliropthire Kami, mostly 2 and 3 jean old. FOR ffltCEVCALL, WRITE OR Felger Farming Co. LCTHtVIIDOt, ALTA, PHONE R 411 Dec. WH son's declarallon fn favor of war against Aaatria approved by the Morning I'ost, which adds: r in Jhls can only say thai when America gooa Lo goes to war. Stic lias the cifraordln ary fortune lo be.led by a president o Intellccl, courage and determination PresldcTit Wilson and Secretary Lan sing were more than a match for th' Vicst diplomacy lhat Oerma'ny covlli produce. America wl.ll be more lhai a match for Germany and-her aille In the war America la In position to carry her resolve. Int exccullon. Alike In men, resource skill and determination, America la supcr'or lo Germany, though ehe were flghllng America alone. Thare'orc, so far as human provision cm extern! we are jualirled In assuming the evcnlua! complclo defeat of-'IKe- emy. Uul lhat IE (o look It la the present of tho allies lo do thciir ulmoal In the Interval which must elapas hctoro American forcca arc finally .clfedlve, U la quite certain IhaL QefrDany will util- ize every moment. '.'It obviously fs her policy to force a decision In the next few months and the being fine aold.ers their leadera being desperate men nnd nothing certain In war, (hey have at least a snorting chance of auttesa.'' The Post then Ingiata thai the allies piuil call up mftn and Increase the production of guna, air- ptanej and 6hlpn. It must( be under llio irflllaiy, fiorvlrc She can contrib- ute at least aoldferft who arc for a (Igftl. If tho govcrn- mcTil.doca Ita diuv like men and at whatever coal, they hive donn their beat. Ir they will fall honorably. 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