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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAfiEEIfiHT rim LE'riinmncE DAILY HERALD I'HIUAY, DECEMBER 8, AM 8N GOVI. ON THE Dewart Points Out That Ar- rangements Made in Canada, Not In England Eellevillo, Out.. Dec. the dis- trtrt. Liberal conference yesterday af- ternoon. Hartley H. Dew-art. K.r.. M. L.A., of Toronto, returned to his at-1 tack on the federal jrovernmcnt and, reiterated his charge? that proper cou-i trol of the export of Canadian nickel; had not been exercised. Hf? admitted! that a nickel embargo would have had! n serious effect on the munition sup- ply of the allies, but asked why there had not been an early move to bring about Canadian control of refining. He also questioned why munition plants had not been erected in Canada, there were millions in Canadian oney for the building of factories in ed his views, und on liis sussostiou f. strong committee of Suinmorvlcw ru- sldcnts were appointed wllh au object of Interviewing and collecting sub- scriptions for the land. Tlio commit- appointed was .Messrs. W. 1'otier, II. Wnison, C. Cridlaiul and Silllco. The commlttoc sot busy right on tho spot and subscriptions ot and wore noticeable. Sirs. Free'ralni, .Misses Brumptou and Mr. McMurdo rendered several very artistic musical selections, which very much onloycd. At the conclusion of the median Jhe ladles served refreshments which Vere very much enjoyed by all. It is the intention of tho Pincher Crock committee to visit the various committees in the near future, and they have been greatly encouraged by the" genuine welcome accorded them by the Smnmerview folk. (Spociill to Hie FeVnie. Dec. announcement in yesterday's Herald, conveying the welcome information that a through; the l-mrt-d States. Refining: in Canada j sleeper service would be put into ef- tonld have been enforced the; feet on the IL'th instant, between Leth- trarsfer of a unit of the New Jersey j bridge and Toronto, is of interest to industry within nine months after the j the Crow branch of the C.P.R. west; war begun, by proper negotiations and of Lcthbridge. A change of schedule: pressure. has also been effected at Vancouver; Mr. Dewart quoted Mr. Bonar Law by which travellers, bound for Vic-! and Lord Robert Cecil, to the effect toria and other Island points, will be! that arrangements regarding Canadian I auie to catch the Victoria boat direct-! nickel had been made by the Canadian: jy from the train upon its arrival at government, and declared the control (thc Vancouver station, thus saving was not British. Regarding the stand- !raanj. hours of time in reaching Vic- ing'of the Merton firm, which acts as i j0rja from any points on the Crow; London agents for the International Nickel company, he stated that Pre-i jrow j{ ot Lethbrictee and I mier Hughes of Australia, in reply to ,he tmvns [o tSe along tlie Pass> j a cabled enquiry from a London pa-! were to a united effort, they I per on Nov. Sth last, stated that he aoie to effect a saving of j mill considered the firm an enemy uvelve hours more to travellers by j firm, despite the naturalization of -two the c.P.R. change the time of German members and the change in. Ul9 Jeparture from Xelson of thej their names, and that his government Bouadary train over the Kettle Val-l refused to recognize them. Tho conference was attended by some 300 delegates from various On- tario ridings. Hon. Geo. P. Graham presided. PllClEIIG HI line from a mornin? to an even- doparture Oiiis obviating the ne- of a lay.over Nelsolli of a nJsM another great conveni- ence would be accomplished. By such an arrangement travel over the Crow line would be increased to a consider- able extent as such a running schedule would render the southern route in- dependent of tile main line through Caleary, making it much mure cuii- venient to all passengers west of Medicine Hat to take this route thau to go to Calgary and change for the coast. (Special to the Herald) Pincher Creek. Dec. was a cry enthusiastic patriotic meeting he'd at Suramerriew on Monday even- ing, last, over which Mr. H. Nathorat presided W. A. Fraser outlined the war sit- uation in a fluent speech and readily convinced the residents of Suniraer- Tiewthat the committee from town not only wished to give inspiration hut to seek inspiration. H. E. Hyde, who has so ably nntocl ?.s district sec- retary of the patrio'.'c fund for the past two years, spoke for some time, and most impressively pointed out the duty of every man or woman in the district, whether he or she was public spirited or otherwise. He trac- ed the fund from its inception, out- lining its administration and organ- ization, the chief officials were nam- ed and the sacrifices made by these public spirited men fully described. One of tie most interesting and far-reach-[ ing passages of the speech was the i analysing and subsequent shattering! of various objections that hare fromj time to time arisen against the fund.j Sir. Nathorst at this point express-' HEARST HIT HARD (Chicago Heraldl Hearst has been hit and he is hit- ting back, and no wildness of theory or extravagance of statement stops his pea as he slashes into the hide of John Bull. Yes, Hearst la sore; he has had hate of the head, hate of the hand, hate of the heart, and all of the other varieties of Teutonic hate for Britain for years. Why? Because the Bri- tons refuse to take him Seriously, except once in a while, they or stop his cable privileges in the, old land. At most other times they laugh at him. He spent millions try- ing to be a Force in journalism; the Britons see him only as a Farce. They refuse to accept his -lurid grotesque interpretation oi American ivlng- and thinking as the real thing, because they know better. Hearst tells his readers Britons look with contempt upon Americans. This is the usual Hearst lie. They do not; but they would if they believed that the Hearst press represented genuine American- sentiment and civilization., At our mar ket your or derf or Meats, Fish or oultry recei- ve tlie parti- cular individual attention of the Proprietor himself We handle nothing but the choicest pro- ducts obtainable iii the district and you are sure to get them fresh. No cold storage pro- ducts at this market. Remember: We are an independent concern not connected with any other market or company. Give us your order tomorrow and we will assure you of getting the highest grade of goods at the best prices. Now located in the K. P. Building, Fifth St. S- Just above Fifth Avenue. LINGARP BROS. 427 FIFTH STREET S. We can not only offer you better prices, but you will have- one of the largest anil best assorted stocks in the province to select from. We Never Offered Better Values in Clothing Men's Suits Values in Men's Suits at Fit Reform Hand Tailored Suits in all tlie wanted styles for fall. Shown in a variety of new cloths, in plain and fancy patterns. Prices ijilS.OO, Largest Distributors of Men's Wear in Southern Albert a ing That Men Wear! Our store is brim lull of high grade merchandise for men, selected months ago, at a saving of at least 25 on present prices. That is why we can still offer you many lines of and 15 values, less the advance price. Hundreds of men have taken advantage of the exceptional values we are offering this fall and our store lias been thronged daily with eager buyers who have not only satisfied their present requirements but have bought for the future well, which is a good policy as we cannot replace these goods to sell at present prices. Buy Now! 20th Century Brand Clothes .Society Brand Suits for young men and men that stay young. All the new models for fall. Overcoats A large variety of styles and patterns to choose from. Prices Mackinaw Coats See the new patterns in hand tailored coats. Extra length at and Cheaper makes at... and Underwear Heavy Bibbed Wool (two piece) in Stanfields and other makes. Prices and up Fleece. Lined. 2-piece 50c up. Combinations in Dr. Jaeger, Wolsey, Stahfiel'ds, Watson, True Knit. Prices lip to Dress Shirts Dr. Jaeger's Wool Taffeta and Zeph- yr Cloths. Prices, with collars. and Young Rochester's Wool Taffeta Shirts, with collar. Price Cluett Shirts and Collars. W.-OK B, IShirts and Collars Boots and Shoes Values that are unsurpassed. v Men's Dress and Work Shoes Regal Dress Shoes, The Geo. A. Slater Shoe and Bath Robes House Jackets Pyjamas Fancy Hose Gloves Mufflers Gift Suggestions For Men Ties Collar Boxes Suspender Sets Travelling Sets Manicure Sets Slippers Travelling Bags Suit Cases. Belts. Shirts Military Brush Sets McKelvie Kirkham Block The "2" M's DISTRICT NEWS BOW ISLAND (From the The annual meeting of the ratepay- ers held in the Oddfellows hall, on Monday evening last, passed Oil' very quietly. The meeting of school trus- tees, which preceded that of the town, vain one. They were more fortunate, however, on the adjoining premises, where they. invaded the sleeping room of Ch'arley Yip Yen and ab- stracted a sum of "about from his pockets. The robbery is supposed to be the work of a. couple of men who brought out a few of the ratepayers! have been hanging around town .for on the subject ot I the last few days, and a description and although it was generally con- of them has been wired everywhere ceded to be an important subject, and that It would be beneficial both for town and country, yet the informa- marriage expressed on behalf of al present his heartiest congratulations and good wishes. The marriage took place on Satur day, November 25th, at the residence of Mr. W. B. Hamelin, 34- Oxford St. Moose Jaw, Sask., of -Miss Jean Milne of Kingston, Ont., to Mr. B; L. Jamie son of Bow Island. The Rev. H, T. Lewis officiated to obtain, if possible, their arrest. A very enjoyable dance was given in the hotel Myrtle billiard room on far to hand is not sufficient! Wednesday evening, at which there to warrant active steus being taken j were about 150 -people present. Tlie until fuller knowledge is acquired of j music was excellent and the general the subject. Both ratepayers and arrangements evoked great praise. trustees agreed with perfect unanim- The dance held in the hotel I ily that 'the rapid growth of Bow Is- last week in aid of the Red Cross and I land's population, with the increasing! Patriotic Funds realized the sum of (school attendance, would compel thej of was expended j town to furnish next, year increased: for various purposes. The balance accommodation, and the matter of'will bo divided equally bstween the building another and a larger school j above two organizations, will have to be a serious factor In the After the usual practice of thej j delioerations of the trustees in thej Methodist church choir on Thursday J ;RAYMOND A clean, b.usinesa-llko financial statement was submitted by Mayor O'Brien and city hall' officials at the ratepayers meeting held In the first ward assembly hall on Monday night, The report showed the town to be first-class condition financially, in fact, one of the most stable- in the The office of Citizens' Lumber Co. was forcibly entered in the early hours of Monday. Apparently, how- night in the Presbyterian church. ;.a pleasing little ceremony was enacted, when the leader. B. L, his bride were presented with, a tok- the thieves received but very Jen of thn c'folr's esteem and friend- 1 little for their trouble. A safe was ship in the shape of some handsome forced open, but as the local man-' cut glass. presentation wag made agef had removed the contents the by Rev. Chas. Bishop, who In alluding pi-evio.us Saturday their quest was ato Mr, rand Mrs. jamJeson's recent Help Digestion To keep your digestive organs in good working or- your liver, tone .your stomach and regulate your bowels, takef- province. The taxes and arrears col lected this year, about was a laudable feature and spoke well for Secretary Kimball's efforts. Chairman King and Wride of the school, board, submitted thejr reports which were found satisfac- tory. After the discussion of the reports the question of a public hospital was approached. Dr. showed the urgent need of a hqspital in Ray- mond. In his opinion the town, and district could sustain a small hospi- tal, providing the right .parties..got behind it! and pushed it- It was the sense of the meeting that ivaynVuiid -needed a hospital and to bring the proposal down to a working basis, a committee, consisting of Aid. Allred.'-'By. Evans and T. C. Hcmney, was appointed to make an investiga- tion into buildings, etc., and to report at the council meet- ing next Thursday night. WHERE THE TREES NEVER TURN YELLOW "On the under side of the world there Is a land, where the trees never turn yellow." said the Times. .''Where the summer Js a fair division of tho rear with a raonth and a halt thrown n (or good measxtre. It is a land of ijg apace-, lull, broad rivers, and tur- .In the south Chore1 are great 'mountains with their peaks clothed "in perpetual show and 'their ;laclers moving towards the .'sun; >atlied plains. In therd lived a' race of chivalrous warriors who foiight a great fight, against Brit ish Now. New Zealand Is as British as SussSx, and ol the dark-skinne'd fighters who took up arms against the red'-cpats has come to" Prance in the Ma'ori contin- gent." Norman ,MaolIurchy, principal ol the Regina Collegiate Institute, baa resigned. to become inspector schools for theiReglna district ol HaveYooBeenSick? Then you'must know that sickness and you should commence taking scorn EMULSION to put an edge-on your appetite, put power in your blood, induce restful sleep and restore 4Lt your nerve force. Scott't CJ5K is a true tonic-food from the drug peril. ;