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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE Form THE THURSDAY, DKCEMHKH 7, 1010 Derate Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per wccK 10c Dally, delivered, per year Dally; by mail, per year ........51.00 quibbling to Weekly, by mail, per year ......51.50 for nny investigations. .Weekly, by mail, per year to possible for flip federal government to obtain tho proper Information from the big interests as to (lie nuturo of. thnlr bushiM." etc.. in order that tho war tax might be levied, and tho same machinery could have been used to find out what part the trusts, com- bines anil big interests arc playing in this high cost ot living, but ivlien Hint was put up to them there was who was responsible TELEPHONES Business Office This latter comment is a thrust that ought to awaken the govern- ment. If they can get at certain classes to raise money for the govern- ment, surely they can get at them to save money for the people. 12241 Managing Director I THE GOING OF Business Manager ASQUITH Wo will find mr.ny newspapers that Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- frown upon criticism of Canada's party pear on address label. Accept-; government, express satisfaction at cminge in of Bri- Your King and Country need you right now' tain's war government. Criticism and dissatisfaction have brought about the upheaval in Britain. All was not going well and a change was demanded. It is likely due to a demand for greater efficiency snd a more strenuous prosecution of the war. It is a wonder air. Asquith pointed curate of St. John's Cathe- THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Bucharest has fallen to the enemy. The brave defence of the Rumanian capital by the combined Rumanian and itime' Russian forces, who fought desperate- j since ]v for davs to save the city, has been I changes of government, leadership. without avail The German war office 1" tribute to Mr. Asguith that es in the general boycott by house- the fall of the capital yes-j he has held together a government keeners on escesslvcly-pnced tur- terday" afternoon, and there is no made up of different factions for so PICKED UP THE BUSY MAN W. Davidson re-oloctetl mayor of Moose Warreu Kilborn IB dead at touarboi Lake, N .3. Gould, a lending inorvhaut of Port Hope, Out., is Standard liunk has opened a branch at Victoria, 13. C. Jas. Hagnn, M. A., of Simcoe, Ont., ins been- appointed inspector of schools for li. Greenfield, for many yours-postoffice inspector a' Vancouver, is dead. Sutherland Korquay. a resident of Manitoba for 40 years, is dead at N. Allen, a former Oreat Lakes sailor ami latterlv a coal merchant at Belleville, Out., is dead. Lieut. R. J. Burde, formerly mayor of Port Albernl. H. C., itmi editor of the Port Alberni News, lias won the uilitary Bank of'Toronto has opened a branch at Sibbald, Alberta, unclcr the management of Jaiiies Murray, formerly manager of Kil'liug, Sask. T, Henry and Jos. A. Clark are mayoralty candidates iii Edmonton. R. S. Mackenzie, who was nominated, Rev. Sydney Baker Holmes, rector of Ashton. in tr-e dioceso'bf Ottawa, has enlisted in the 207th Battalion as a private. Miss Mary Cathcart, of Moose Jaw, las been admitted to the practice of aw in Saskatchewan.- She-is the first female barrister In Saskatchewan. Rev. H. P. Barrett has N'oel H. Wilcox. curate of All Saints' Cathedral, Halifax, is to be rector of Christ church, Dartmouth, X. S. succeeded so well for so long a dral, Winnipeg. Ho wos formerly rec- for in the other allied countries tor of St. James' church, Rivers, Man. e the war there have been several ]n Xe C0lmtrv the speculators suffered huge loss- I made up long a time, No other man could have terday afternoon, and there is no reason to doubt the accuracy of oluer mu" The Bishop of Niagara held a con. claim. The later reports of the Rus-j succeeded. The Empire will ever re-1 firmation recently in the town bureau Esther Reichgolt. aged 15, of New Haven, lost her lite while inflating a toy balloon. The balloon burst and a piece of the 'rubber lodged in the girl's throat, choking her to death. Mrs. Esther Johnson, of 'the (.'apt. G. H- Uarkor Is tho Conserva- tive candidate for the 'Alberta legisla- ture; S to. Anno. ,t. it. J. Moffiitt ot the Wcatmounl branch of tho Hunk of Nova Scotia, has huon appointed man- ager of tlie Stratford hrancli. Thrco camlldiitcs for the mayoral- ty of Winnipeg, luivc been nominated F. H. Davidson, D. J. Dyson and R. J. Wiulcll. It is expected that all Mill stand. Prof. Mack Eastman, of tho history department, University of British Co- lumbia, has beou granted leave of ah. senco, dating from Christmas, in order that he may enlist for overseas su vice; To be hanged "by the neck until dead, on Feb. 21, 1917, was the sen tcnce imposed at Mtnnedosa by Mr. Justice Gait on Teenie Alnlonoy, ac- cused ot" the murder of Mrs. Hamil- ton, of Ulamiota, last March. A cable from Sydney says that Donald .McKianon, formerly a Vic- toria minister, has been appointed Di- rector-General of Recruiting, and will visil all the States of Australia to stimulate volutntary recruiting on- the Derby scheme plan. Mrs. Frank Burgess, wife of the ab- of the Canadian Government elevator system in Win- whose defalcations run up to in a statement issned in Los Angeles, where she is living, says her husband lost money because he was a hear on the grain-markst. He nev- believed wheat would reach or Eian were in Btrain. and indicated that the defend- ers could hold out but little longer. -Ths-Kussian offensive in the Carpa- thians has been somewhat successful, but the attacking forces have been subjected to heavy shell fire from the enemy ic Uie wooded ridges they cap- tured. The Serbian and French successes In Macedonia continue, though pessimistic member and severe Mr. Asquith as when 47 persons, three been Roman Catholics, man of great gifts, who gave wonder- 'whom had been Roman Catholics, }censees have surrendered their licen- ful service to his countrv- in times of Presbyterians, eight Methodists j according to reports which have peace and war' The premiership since aud one BaptlSt' racelved the rlte' nched the Ontario .License- Board. writer, Owen Johnson, is at Reno, a anywhere near that figure. He had a. member of the divorce colony from! tidy fortune put away when the mar- New York. Mrs. Johnson freely ad- started to go against his guesses, milled that she is seeking a divorce. He borrowed from the government __ j funds to save bis winnings, but when Since prohibition went into effect wheat touched S1.S5 he was all in. two months ago standard hotel li- GRAIN BROKERS Health Triumphs over disease every time you use Lifebuoy Soap. For Us mild Iicnliag nnd cleaning oils ore charged with clcuasing properties that make it simply invaluable. the war commenced must have been Burland( has been a great strain.'upon a man of Mr. As- countaut at the Fernie branch of the quith's fine temperament, but he has Home Bank for the past four years. has been appointed manager of a new Ca-i Major Sidney -Thome lias been re- l' I ported killed in action in a private i message to his father, Mr. Richard MS Elyth'ewood road, Tordri- to. ite was thirty-seven years of age, Andrew Carnegie's secretary told born and educated in Tor- he stood "loyally by when that man -yayor Rochester of Renfrew, H was n-sfock-brokm-, and a Bulgarians claim to hale repulsed that several Ontario municipalities; borne the burden without flinching or whjch .g bej ned complaining. He is likely happy Sasij to be rid of the task. He goes out' because of a difference with a man certain attacks east of the Cerna re- was subject to bitter criticism. Mr. gion. The British political crisis will like- Iv And a solution in the assumption of the premiership by Lloyd-George, who nad right to be there ,f have failed to keen their obligations Asquith demanded he should remain to maintam libraries founded by" the at the head of the war council, and Carnegie fund. member ofxthe- Standard Stock-Ex- "j to re-organize the ad- any man had.. .Bv gmng a war coun-bers o[ English newspapers, whlclflie was not associated. sen-aUve ministration. E: however, do not belittle the difficul- ties -which will he found in the way of a harmonious trouble. settlement of the OUR NEW GOVERNOR IS A FARMER To the Globe reporter who saw him today the finest peep'and revelation of wli as Prime Minister, it would seem that i In the Canadian expeditionary fore- there are fifty-six sons of mem- parliament. Nineteen. Con- s and nineteen Liberal "rneai- complete power to direct the war hers have'a special'heartfelt interest Asquith would have be- in the war, because their hoys are meaned himself and his position as now ,oa the firing line The Liberal mtttueu uiiuao members of parliament are repre- Prime Minister. .It would appear that sented hy 29 sons in khaki as .COmpar- Mr. Asquith was not as ed with 27 from the Conservative side, would some of his associates Lloyd George is an impetuous like. little If the population of Saskatchewan prisons keeps oil decreasing it niay be necessan- to close one of them, he wants them done at once. Mr. As- This vfas the statement made by Hon. fellow and when he wants things done the new Governor-General isjquith was slow and careful. Lloyd A. P. McNab. The minister stated that George'bniight that tyne of leadership for some time there had been, a cou-_ would not win-the war, nor would it tinual shrinkage in the number uf in-. MM mates, due to the Tlecresse of crime, suit on the war council. Sir. Asquith and thjs coidltibqi was brought about thoughJ-. otherwise. Then came the by. strone reasons. thR clash, the break, and the change. Mr. falling off of crimes being dye to the Asquith retires, Mr. Bonar Law re- control of the liquor traffic, the abol like WAS ...when he sidled into one of the stalls of the beef barns to almost caress the grand type of Shorthorn Proud Diamond, of which the coHege, is proud as. the gentle-disnp- Bitiosed beast's own. name. "Hft's good forward." remarked his Excellency, "but a bit weak in 'the flank, though he stands, strongly." Then he dived Into a series of ques- tions on the method of feeding, the cost of fodder, of the market price of beef and the progeny of what from first to last was Vice-Regally honored the personal pronouns, "he" and Globe. That's -.Canada's Governor-General, He was Inspecting the Ontario Agri- cultural College. He talked like a real farmer, matter of fact, he farmed very extensively on his great estates in England.. His ser- vices will be in demand as a judge at the fall fairs now, since it is known that he Is an authority on live stock It IB a good thing for Canada that it has as governor-general at the prea ent time a man .who knows enough shout agriculture to believe in its. de-; velopment along the best The Duke-.of Devonshire can do much to stimulate a'greater interest in mixed farming. He can do a great deal also to elevate the. position, of .agriculture throughout the Dominion. He Is a farmer himself, and the fan- mer and assist greatly in improving the relations between the farmer and the other sections of the country. fuses' to become and Lloyd George, the little Welshman, hated in times past by the aristocracy, takes the place of the man who has been his, loyal friend for many years. Lloyd t George, so far in the war, been the greatest driving force in Britain, IfTie; keeps up his reputation and holds the party factions together, and leads 'a Tunited Britain into greater efforts that will -win. the war, and win it quickly, lie I'will be the Empire's great- est-citizen, nay, maybe its savior. Ifi lie." is no use talking about j we-hope won't hap- pen And yet we teel a little dubious about We wonder if the bar, and the reduction iii the number of unemployed. THE MERE WTHlT. M generously us6d in tuberculosis proof positive that It is the mbsi erierrfinng prepa- ration in. It has power to create power. It warms and nourishes; jt enriches the bleocL__ stops loss of flesh and builds you yp, jjEURE AND RICH AND FREE'FROM ALCOHOL Scott Bowne, '.Toronto, Out, I6124 ton or aa an ambitious politician Has he'been to his best friend? Has fttherpld -_the new' and other questions ask but Lloyd George and his. future career can only answer them Asquith will ever rank, as one of the. great'men of Britain. The Ottawa Citizen inade the death oE Francis Joseph the occasion for a- pointed 'remark. "The it said, "die in bed TORY TORONTO WANTS TARIFF RELIEF Right in Tory Toronto at a big mass j Mr. Asquith has been Premier since meeting it was decided to ask the'; the 'war started. We hope a mistake Ottawa government to remove the -is not made in changing leaders at duty on foodstuffs to reduce the cost! this time. The next few months will of" High prices force Toronto .te.Il, people to their" senses; They will soon realize. that the tariff is not all that -the- manufacturers .claim for it. Some papers, are discussing whether William Jennings Bryan can come Just listen to a .couple of criticisms" j hack.' 'William "is evidently trying to at this meeting of the government's; get back and is using the water wa handling of the high cost of, living! gon 'as( thfe conveyance. The chief problem: Mr. Jas. Richards, president of the jianger.Ja that somebody else will and get in ahead I VORY SOAP will not stain your >vhite garments, nor will ii harm their texture no matter how often it is used. There is nothing in it that can cause damage. It contains no free alkali, no materials of any kind that can harm color or fiber or Jeave a disagreeable odor. It is nothing but white, pure soap, and that of the highest quality. SCENTS IVORY SOAP 'f FLOATS Procter Gamble Factories in Hamilton, Canada THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Trades and Labor Council, charged, of him. The Nebraska man never was the federal government with "work- ing injustices on the people, who are made to suffer privations because of the: lack of food." He said that the-eleventh-, hour did the Au- thorities act, and then only, indirectly. fortunate. The Coalition" rumor, started some tipie ago, was punctured .at Montreal by .Hon. iKpbert Rogers, who declared there was no more idea of a coalition j HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR "If the government had taken the i government than a general election at direct means of solving this problem [the present time. Bob Rogers is there would be no criticism j quite right. Imagine a coalition goy- said he. "They have acted only under eminent with Bob Rogers ag a mem- extreme pressure, and even now her. With that as an impossibility, doubt the sincerity of their purpose." Bob has put his foot down on the very "Go-to Ottawa and ask the 1 Idea. As for a general election, Bob ties there to relieve the strata .of the ,is- against that .too now because he high cost of living and you will, can't find a seat yet that lie can carry. celve scant declared ex-j When he. finds one he may dec! Wills, Title Deeds, Mprtgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of FOR FURTHER INFORMATION I Simpson. was for election. lare'Lethbridge Branch- R. T. BrymnerJ and poor Appetite That dull nching, that nausea a for food 'ivith which so be day, soon goes wlion you take Dr. CnsseH's Instant Relief. The root of the trouble is disordered iivcr, per-1 hups constipation, and Dr. Cnssell's Instant Relief so surely restores botli liver and bowels that these .impossible. "Science April 11, 1018, has given .us the brains to devise means io ccrspctpsto Nature for cur ill-treatment 'off.heir. ".TTIie-.meaAa at hsnfl cqfre.from'natural sources, and we jjiaiei them cmbotiicd. in such splsndkl -epnife.natjons as Dr. Cassell's preparation' as example because it in, components and so effective hi every Take Dr.- Relwtf' for conslips.tion, biliousness, torpid liver, sick headache, eyes, fl.iui- -lenca-ah'd-vvindy spasms, iK-anburn, h'ootl. .and.' .....heavy fettling is a indication of liver that dull; Ask for Dr. Instant Relief nnd take no substitute, Price 50 cents, from Druggists and Harold F. ItHchie and Co. 11 ts to Dr. passeil's Tablets, g Proprietors Dr Cas ell Co Ltd itancheatar, Enalana Or direct from the sole 10. -.Tor Instant Relief nto. ft'ar Tax Iha companion High Price of Shoes, and Low Price of Rubbers and Overshoes, Spreading This Commonsense View Many a man, and who would never thmk of lettint, a good suit get clamp, will ihouglit- lessly splash through slush and water with an expen- sive pair of caring long as the feet do not get too wet. This treatment takes it out of shoes just as much as it would out of clothes, for none but the heaviest waterproofed leather, unsuitable for general wear, can stand repeated wetting and give more than half the service it should In these dajs, with two to five dollars a pair more than before the war, no one who is at all in sympathy with the Enipire- "Je movement for thrift wjil deliberately continue such waste. indeed, rubber has not followed the tipward trend of almost every other necessity of life, but in the raw state is even cheaper than before the wan So, though- labor, fabrics anil chemicals cost more, and. a war tax is paid on crude rubber as well as on'.the other materials, rubbers and overshoes, except m a few cases, have not advanced in price Thus a pair of rubbers, costing perhaps one-fifth as miich as your 'shoes, will practically double their service and save you repair bills. At the same time they will be protecting you'from colds by keeping your feet really- dry and comfort'able in any weather. SaVe Shoes and Doctor's Bills by Wearing Rubbers or Overshoes This Winter mm LETHBRIDQE, "ALWAYS You may nia'uo monoy by )ot. ling us bid on jjotir oar ot wheat, barley or flax. IT COSTS YOU ,0m- Winnipeg and IjCthbridBO offices represent SER "TRY US" J. H. TALLINQ Local Office Phone 1580 572 far. our- the A prominent mer walked into other day. "I used to sell barley. (o jamC3 Richardson in -fifty years ago." ho said, want tho firm to do business with again." The prices arc so tho spreads between grades so wilje this year that tho need export work nil along tho Al- berta, In Winnipeg and in Fort even greiupr usual. Tha kind of service in a man's memory jor "fifty years is yours when ;.ou mako your bills of lading read -.Notify James Richardson Bong itcd." For car seals, maylterg ana daily price cost or SHI lock lildg., 777. Ma 365. 01 Sher- Bills., Lothbridge 01. phone anager's phouo MANAGER'S PHQNE. SMITH, MUkPHY HEAP OFFICE, Write If you Kave grain to Wo can asau.fe you tho be5t price wii! and give you co'urtedUE prompt-returns. N. T. MACLEOD, MAl ,GER UETHBRIDGE STRONG Jjfiwip GRAIN Commission Oyr entire organlznti011 is at your flervico and gxper ieiico can s ifel> 'o tot jou til. bent pnces for your grain at any tiroe [or any grade or kind of graia. Phone M 1922 por Office 1S85 Quota- Rca 1811 tions See Our Afjents who ara y0ur district J A CUMMiNG LethbrldQc CENTRAL PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE LDEPTA, J R OLIVER Secretary Tlir- men -who inti in fighting our battles doipiy cnnsidei ation to 1 fierce at the i hands o' tlio'io who did not Ep to Hit. I trout. A is (Iiifi Uiqra roouay i cannot pay, tlrat: thai cat; mct in pirt ]n i due lplireLiltion qmi a prop i nttttudo fm tlioii fejiianuy ind self sacrifice i md out vhaf John in >oui community Male It a matlei of nude foi omplojtrs to nrbt thince to a retailed solqjo, j ncour' ago thi, men 'o to vork oa'ing w "i 11 iiiemi a, (t js foi nny of m If >ou are an olnpimpr (ho relumed soldier a fair it may lake a litllo tlrno tor them to get tholr bearings. with them ind rnconragb tlionA_tjle% "iifioHrt FO much tor Be m pobltlin to advise ilif. T'tuined sold Icr vfliorc tii go in cftse Of nccii. if sec ont in anv trv td help Him 01 1 or go will, nlm he can get proper nllentlOB ytip uja mui ttlio ;