Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
TIUlrtSDAV, DECEMBER THE -HAILY PAC1E NINE dlila K for tho office of mayor and dlilam ror te oce five more lo fill the three vacandi'i. o llocoanolltte municipal Bro off to one of the livdios IB a I history of the town. Keen lni.i t u'DeliiB developed and bncauae tin- excellence of Hie material o.tre a irelv speculative ..ropoa.l lVu> who will m-ove tbe n Sit ni d ha .s generously extend-. to. the other liiG to mi'et'lliin on the. platform to (From Our Own CurrcBBomlcnl) I'hichor'Croelt, Ucc. li.-Tho ile occurred In Nelson, U. C., on Ooc. of Allen Ulckaon Loushced. The He- ceased was a hrotliur of Mrii. M. Mc- Clelland of li-ishburn, and hail pHinned to spend llio winter, accompanied by Mrs. McCleHand and her ilauBhtor, Mrs. llarcelliis, al.tho coant. 01 CADIMP ULLftniNU J II. Gorton, I'inchor returned war vilornn, who liau been lit mililiiry licatliiuartcrs in (.-algal received a call to take charge of the Itv cloarini: Hlalion at Winnipeg. aorgl-Major Gorton Is a member of fiiraoua battalion and w.it Is Conscription Feasible? Many Difficulties in Way OnlM 54 08 Per Cent, of Our Population As of British Birth or Foreigners, ami Farmers Opposed of U.S.A. a Barrier. PATRIOTIC FUND C' SO by a host of Mends of poc town under the presen iimHon of Mr. Ho Illrle stated ges, was ollenng tne Medicine Hat, Dec. 4.-The nomiu- atious for mayor, aldermen, school and hosnitnl. trustees to. rnext year took place today. For mayor thorn will "be a three-cornered, fight between Alderman S. Cruikshauk, Ham- ilton and W. Rutherford. A. V. Burns, B Bell, E.- D: Bennett, and J. .1. Marshall, were elected as aldermen AislamaUpn for wards 1, 4, respectively. Three vacancies are to be filled tor school trustees. There wore tour nominations-n; C. placlc, Thomas dlBlrlcl'It was during Irfs'.rBglim e bitter fight against the poo iin mirortui -unfortunately three men are highly qualified for the position but the one who .gets himU'sfc will jivolmbiv om. 0 theT candidates' for the council the town is particularly m 11-iv- 'ool- Bell, Jr.. H. S. Ireland, Dr. F. shaw. O. Bealiregarde, A. Lan.li> rits and J. A. McDonald, were elected sep- i e arato school .trustees by. acclamation .that Likewise E." M. Cawker A P. Lepage I 3 Hayes, .and B. J. Fcwings, for the Foremosi, Ana., suits of nomination meeting lor Fort) Mile Rural .Municipality, M were as follows: Divn. I, n. -.1 Bewail by acclamation, nivn. 2, T. II Walker, by acclamation; divn. .1, A. J Hnlvorson, by acclamation; divn. -i Ins Neil by acclamation; divn. a George Ovans and Win. Roberts divn li I .M. Gibson and Mr. Flemmf very interesting meeting wa 3. c, bpiird of trustees for general hospital ORDER BELGIANS TO DEMOLISH. BUILDINGS Paris, Dec. 5, 10.30 the town s pr haviii" Hie retiring mayor J.-B. on !m list. Mr, nirle, after having re- liined u nomination for a third term consented to stand for '.he council, lie is doubtless one oE the .uxper- ionceil, ami ablest business men in the whole south country. His sound finan- cial "policy has-done much to relieve, the town's Indebtedness and buiiil up a' healthy lino of credit. Harold Woods, as a member of Woods Bros., is one of-the-promising young business men of tlie district. Joseph Evans Is, also one pf thq.yomiEer business men. The two remaining Pm- grte Tanhor and "Henry Hilllcr have hbtli served in the: council and ure (iimHHod'rtr.tlteMipnorb. iioniination to fill the vacancies on' tho sclioo'l board will be advertised within a few Mays. There are three vacanclGs.ap'l.with I he. utter, lack .of interest niiiiiilested year after year in tlioso offices it might prove a good tiling if tho women would exercise the franchise and appoint candidates ot thoif own. It has been suggested that more interest .might be developed by attaching a salary to. the office of trustee the..aame as there is to that of the offlcp of councilman -11 "i" mans have isBiiea a circular orderin dispatch fro'm Ha re says the Ger (Hi.. Foremost. Dec.' I By AN lNr.rCI'1-ADh.NJ. ONSCHIl'TION for Canada Is constantly beh.ir prophesied or us one looks at It. And for my In with K'-'O.I ninny otter people, by no .n.-ans inoculated Wltl. (be virus of but, in theory, thoro is I' lot snid in Us favor, maintain ttw.. hov.-rvfr may bf. It entin-ly v.-itn Kion of practical politics, cold, hard fact, mrn-tab liove it to be. country is not fpnsll-li'. Nur can 1 conceive of any Government that we- llre likely to sec all.-n.J.limr to Inlro- it. The only (but br- able to do so would f on easibility of consorip- to bt-ar tills faut er v.-itiinut .be Thai tion would in mind. Xor i.s it to be Imagined for a mo- ment il.nl all 3-t.in pi-r cent, of population wblcii i-curc Mills of Hrlllsh (IWCBIH or birth would fliv- I or conscription in any form. For ex- I am told by Olio who has spe- cial opportunities for Kiiut'lnt; tho sontil.lciits of rural Ontario Ihat he bdlcvos llv.it at leant nlmvt-nlhs j the farmers of tho Province would it with extreme disfavor. Thus it is more than in practically majority duid possibly a very larKi- of the people of the country would ho found to disapprove of Miii's'.lean Wilson DDc.. Mm. The follo-.vin-.. Inrlhi.r M oallivan K. have bet'., roi'i'lvwl fur Ihe pi'iriolic j, f.inil in the I.elhbriilKO distrK-l: i (Mjss F. diaries linker 1'upiln ol Jiuc-i S. 515.'i'l, lra i I.eall Kchcol lliictironl l-'actury i u. MacDonnlrt W. ISFMI.II, W. II. McCaffrey Sr.ii.im, .1. SSo.iiC. I I'lkhal; Ilinv W., SILI.uu. 'jr. K. Lawronca fc WilWii II. C. ]m I nil. li. Kennedy SiJ.llC, .1. i- A-j .iohaslon Silli.ild. It. li. .lolin.-iKm I! J llnl.lry SIM. in. Standard Hunk ol i Some Canada Mrs. M. Murphy iiowar. thu famous I'.'aB- K K. Webb SI Mill. ;'-l London by 0.1- Wostern Transfer which lllis SLOii, Ma'trbi'lt Mrs. H- Dm-! a nioi. held. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Howsill, public school inspec- tor, Mooscmin, Sas., killed wneu his motor upset. It is reported thai Archbishop th'leu. or Regina, will bo appointed of Ottawa. Later returns show Chisholra. Cons., Co...'- eonlilion Bui that conscription the policy of any fonc I trow not. What, -men, arc the the Insuperable diffi'v.i! the way'' We place wo know what ih tlic J.'rench-Canatlia matter. And the !-'i coaslituto 2S.51 per tire population of thi io. start with, there is a of opposition to eor.scrin twet-li a third and n finix whole- population. Nor The foruign-born .populat lulu Is 10.-U per cent, of population. The popultit adii at tlio 19" census Of this mimbor v foreisrn countries ohabk' part oi as 1 be- ,11, in the first P'crc. :it-nlinK-nt of I "eei is on this nch-Cana'.lianH -nl. or the f-n- :'onntry. i solid phalanx And. further, the nearly 4.001' milts of .mummied Ions. Im- I'lmirv linn illvliHiiB Ibis country from the.' T'nitcd slatcs-constHut.- very COKOIU reason why conscription i, practically impo.-aiblo of adoplion Just the very men who most woVi'hi'-bcat'it" to the Tniled States, mid none oould prevent them. Australia is not behind this coun- try In her devotion to the Empire as a whole. Her population is homo- h, nor IOI-S of bc-lr-noous-or British birth o, or the almost to a man-while ours i. all. Australia has no Can- neutral country contiguous to borders. For there can be no C.LII-SUOII hut that the attitude of the United 6JS I Stitw has not been 'wholly without in on some of our ,v I And yet conscription il-.d no .Join. M. Taylor Will Hell I'.v ruMU- AiH-tH.ii at Kcans's Fwni 15anis. Hollaw, on THE FOLLOW.NG STOCK ANO si. llmiK Ibs.. cliu.ee stot.i mm i wi, ht vears old, wdshl ..I310" Ibs; one bh ok _ male u. s IDs.; .on'-' bay mure, U >-i, .HO Id .ut, ht bay mare. -I years a ,v'( vears old; two ycarl- imagine that these foreign fillers n lofl-ulMir if'3 GSO from th. Later returns sow to be in till) lead in Moose .Taw Co. ._ 1 T., r. 10 111 ill VI jiians iiiivu iKBuc" 'L the Belgians to. all to he. In tlio lean m ty bye-election. He has -19 with I l "oils to hear from. Fire did damago to -build- perlmental farm. Australia. It would not carry hers if the peopU were to on lo tl-e -.outb of it. Conscription can only be brought MMnn Govcrnniont. Even so, us n. French-Cr-naOians? __ ,vouki b.- an experiment of a very grave kind in view of tho character of the Clements of which Cleaning the steps, either wood or stone, is a lot If then, we add loKC'.iier the- 752.- 73" forelirn-born ar.d thp French-Canadians .v. set a total o! nearly S.fnlO.OOO prople who may bo to Iv upposi'd oul and out to conscrlption-ncnrly 3.0M.OI1I) oul cl-aracter o (-.ii'r population is made up. But, short or full conscription, thero is Htt i doubt In my mind that a coaliti lif a total pop do not lation of Inovorn Go e n icnt. could do an immense he way of mobilization of til.! i-cr of the nation which would .light bay horsy yea o years old. weight, inch :i years old. weight b years 'Jffi one black 4 hagyer; one Jlanitoha 10- is .hidson I'.l'- I'umpinS outfit; four set's farrn liar- Ko'rkS. chains, and other tools usofui on a farm, Thc'Lethbridge boys who went to the Culgaiy jjoys Work Conference lUiimed Monday with smiles their apparfclitb lupm faces. This, houever, was onli mttiral as tho .HOiesald ronientlon w ib the largest ami most Interesting one of its kind J hUd m Albe.ta lethbrtdge represented, hiving in fact tho latest delegation of au town or e.tl m the province. 1 B Wilkie accompanied tlio boys and was instrumenul m seeing that they hud a good tme from :all over, thu province tlieie over three, hundred dele-sates Lethbridge send mt 11 of these On Saturday mo.ning the program commenced Ihe hojs gathered at thi, church where speeches were delivered by Storey, Boys Woik Sec.etarj fo. the Western Pro MpceB and Hut( hinson. Assistant Boys Sccietm of the Domin ion this thej all joined io Bother null marched to the Regent, thl-ilre Heie tliev we e entertained 1 to. an hour and a half by a five-reeled Charlie dunlin comedy picture and "ome ii.ctiires demonstrating the ac lion of tho hijmnn muscles when rur nln_ and lump.nf Iheao last pic- tures wo.o exlremclj odd and very interesting In the afteinoon another session Has held lit church followed m ninmg b} the big banquet After this Bimiptuous the boys were reads to. anj Hung i -VI r Tayloi Stiitten Boys' Work SecicU.y tor the Dominion then lec- tured the boys on tlio C, maillan Stand- ,rd 1- Hlolonoy tests after which Mr. Storey delivered another ot his stir- ring pddreiises On thi. nnln service was in tteevopfng at 8 4, when Taylor bttttl-n gave tht bovs another ad- drdBB sundav night the boys board- ed the hoinobound train and Mon- day morning ne.i 1'omf; It was d trip tliaf all najoxod and the boys made vac. of an5 snare time by foeing the sights ot t'tc city. SHOOTING TERMS CASH SALE AT .12 O'CLOCK NOON INSPECTION-FRIDAY 3 to 5 AND 7.30 to ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE CHRISTMAS GREETING YOU CAN HAVE YOUR OWN GREETINGS PRINTED ON YOUR-CARDS IF YOU GET THEIVKAT THE HERALD JOB DEPT. LARGE ENAMELWARE FRAMED PICTURES............ RUBBER TOBACCO POUCHES LARGE TINWARE STAMPED CUSHION TOPS SHOPPING BAGS 15c each 15c each 15c each 15c each 15c each 15c each lernle B, O, Dec 5. William Thomas Bradlmrv Hos in tho hospital hnre a cri'ical condiUon.having nccidantally shot by a comiian- ion WllliW lladden while near the South Toil: 10 miles from ELIZABETHAN ROOM, CHINOOK CLUB, Tomorrow, Friday FROM 3.30 TO 6. Ami Every Second Friday. 0 0 O 9PEN TO THE PUBLIC O 0 Enjoyable opportunity for Every- one io, assist Red Cross Funds WRITING PA.P6P AND ENVELOPES 18 INCH'BATTENBURG DOYLIES LADIES' CHILDREN'S FLECCED UNDERWEAR. LARGE ASSORTMENT TABLE'GLASSWARE BATH TOWELS RUBBER CLOVES-AND'SPONGES OF XMAK TOYS AND JBXDA1W IA 15c box 15c each 15c each 15c each 15c each 15c each LATEST CREATIONS IN LADIES' NECKWEAR LARGE ASSORTMENT OF LADIES' AND.MEN'S JEWELRY IBc LADIES'AND CHILDREN'S FLEECE LiNED.HOSE 15c pair LITTLE WONDFR Pbor'oaraph Records. Will Play on anv disc ALLTHE'tATEST POPULAR SHEET MUSIC 15. PURE FRESH CANDY ENT. OLR PREPARATIONS J FOR WAR TAX STAMP. Fifth Street South 5, JO and 1 Be Store W. N. Ivins, Res. Mftr.