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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAfiE FOUB till' LKTIUrnmfiE DAILY I1KIULO MONDAY, 10, 1917 j Ib: ietbbribje DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED 323 6th Stre-l South, Lethbridge W. A. Buchanan Presided! and Mstugiug Director Johu Tcrranco Business Manager TELEPHONES Business Orfkv Editorial Office Thi' iuUoii which the DOW min- ister ol j'ublio works taken tn shutting down en goytviiuieut activi- ties on iiublk' uu.U'rlaMiigs Is just uijtiy ot his friends expected ot r'. II. Carroll. Inn suoh action is taVea in the tact of an election Is tjpU-il of a rather serve ine public than play poli- tics. II is only to th) retailed, sues action wss not taken lone ago. The tlnsncial Post has been ailvcx-allns tho cutting ofl o( all bat viully neces- sary expenditures ever since the out- break o: the war. Mr. Carvc-11 eipe.-ts that his ac tiou will win him !J It dors It will tr o( tbit quality which LI. tit inMtiptLre men ia public positions. And we predict lhat before Canada has finally solved her prom- lems of war (inince Ihe people will brought lo appreciate thi wisdom Ihc c-jaric he !a taking. This action o( Hon. Mr. Carvell should Crowded Auditorium Laurier Weir Did Not 'fiber. Dtf. U Pick Ihe Labor farmer candidate for the riding, had A very large and enthaslas- tic meeting In Ine school auditorium on Friday evening. Subscription Ratfe: Dailv. delivered, week......10 Dally. drlivi-red. per year .....is.OO Daltv. by mtiil. vei Weekly, by mail, per year .....Jl-59 Lmporlanl than the mnnuig ot the IVeekly. mail, per year to U.S.. JI.OO ,var Datof of .-s.'piry'c-! Nothing else matters i( the war Is sear daily address Accept-; lost. Tho Miners' bind were In attend- ance anil Pdward Krown the secretAry o[ the Miners' union for District IS, t acted as chairman of the meeting. Tho those Laurler-LJberals was fulij. occuplcj bv prom. who seem ImbLeJ with the idea that jnent labor men. farmers ami business ince o! papers l.ftsr cxpirall jur authority to continue ibo scriptlon. sub- THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Counter-revolutions In ?ouih'easleru J referendum and M' mailers ol internal policy are more man ol ihls'dlslrlet- Joha Marsh gave a short talk wlilch was rery well rece.Ttxl. -Mr Marsh has a son irlio has Just returued badly wounded from the front and ivho at- tended tbe meeting. llernarJ Nugent made H speech and made It verj clear lo the au-Ji CANADA MUST NOT BOW TO ANARCHY AND MOB RULE There is a lot o[ uuseeiuly bunk be- Ins talked just no-.r by the defeatist element about tho democracy o[ the ins Ihe people under General are I rule.' But iL is mere talk designed as Ypur Christmas Tree M.itlle eyes .will briglilen; sober faces will smile, (lie! family circle will be'drawn'closer in the bund uf "Merry under Hie charm ul music from your own Piano. Do you know how much sunshine and good a Phye. will bring into your home? Try will be.surprised results. cnce just what the stand of organized We offer you the largest slock of Pianos to select from offer you the fineii makes Ic choose Henry Herbert, Bell, Homer, Dolierty, Mendelssohn. We you lowest and mist lilftral terms, and have a forty year record back of us to assure you we will do as we say Only Four Weeks un- til Select Your Piano Now. "The name of the Vii-lrolg.1 labor v L. L. LD this campaign. Pack the labor-farmer candl-j date for tills rldloc, was given a very j enthusiastic reception when be look j -ei FIFTH ST. 5, LETHBRIDGE ffffr ffo as ha Mr. Pack Is now advocai- ;soft." For loine reason M IM'I' keen' on "pulling Ihe enemy .to ileep" with a real punch. MATTtRS If THE WAR L09T- That Ihe waj1 the one ttid only Iwne before the people of'.Canada nt present llrne Is evident enough from Ihe policy of Hon. veil, minister o', public works, In hfs own department, lie a .policy Immediately after laWng ofUce, lit curtailment of expenditures jo n 1C C-nada says on December 17lb that Wi wjll i-end no more men, and lnit'3 what Quebec wanta tbe reat of Caaadi'to say, would you hare my Jajt reason'to criticize If the alUed oxtloDS -were to retaliate by saying to the Canadian fanner "We'll piy you W cents a bushel for your Would you, Mr, Fanner? If Laurier we hare a re- ferendum on the Military Service Act, we can go right aheai On tbe same plan and hare another that nobody shall bfl required to pmy lazes, and Bllll another lhat }10 a be the Inlmnni wage, and soon then e ceroM referendum things so we wouldn't hare to work Canada ould be a nice pleasant place lo live In such an etent, almost as pleasant If Liurier Wins and btln Hlndenburf to Rldeau Hall vice-chancellor. ISIaayberrles Enlarprise) The event of. the season on this line was the seed grain and poullrr ex- hibition held in yanyberrles. It was the first or its kind ever held In South- eastern AlberU aud our new progres- sive district and town have set a pre- cedenl that will be rapidly followed by olhera. The were many, and numer- ous and prove thai our .faVmers are producing Ihc best In both grain and poultry as Is shown bv UIB large list of given In all'classes. Some grain was shown that' toolc' first at the Dry Farming Congress at Lcth- brldga and only sot second here. So, wlti careful cultivation and husband- ing, Manyherries district can grow grain Ihit Trill clean tie worW prize list. Han-Ie Star, 1st drawing. Archibald Evenson, 2nd drawing. Silvia Lels'o'n 1 and 2 needlework. A. Armstrong hest pair of spring chlckeni; T. R. Hedley, 2nd, White Victor DabI, 1st, 1917 wheat; seed potatoes. P. W. Sllm.wn, 1st, Barred Hccka; pedal prize best pair chickens; 2nd, eklu ducks; 2od, 1916 oils; 3rd, 1917 ata. Henry Llndqulat, lat, I91G wheat; peclal prize best bushel wheat." Frank Head, 2nd, Buff OrpfnglooE; idr Brooi Tarkey; 1st, Pekln Ducks; ago. nd, oats; Tnd, 1917 TheaL John Nclhwu, lit. Buff Orpington; at, 1516 oats; 2nd, barley; 1st eggs.- Nels J, Nelson, 1st, While Wyan- ottea. H. Jasmea, 1st, Teuloose Geese. John FlAlh, 2nd, BAired Rocks; 2nd, Igeona. of Si. Stephen's church, Montreal. The Hev. Henry Smith, formerly of Florence, Out. (Diocese of was loduclcd rector of Brussels, Ont. .United States Postmaster-General I Durleson has refused to increase par- ccl post rates. An honor roll containing the names of 102 members of the parish was re- cently unveiled lo All Saints' Churcli, Montreal, by Llsut.-Col. Heilord. The Bishop of Huron has appointed Rev. (Capt.) Apiileyard to the vacant reclorship 31. Paul's Church, Woodstock.''. Speaking at Carnegie Hall, Xcw Yort, Henry Morfjenthau predicted that five million American soldiers would tie needed before the end of the war. '-J "'Hope-i owned by J. J. Elliott, of Guelph, was declared wln- Tlicrc arc lied Cross mem- bers in U.S. 'Absolute prohibition In the United States two years was predicted by William Jennings Dryan. Tlic Rev. E. .C. Earn, rector of I been appointed Presbendary of Mor-1 around Ihc necks of two of Ihe cnnic, In Iho Dioceso of Hereford. Mr. and .klsscil them, i Wynnc-Wlllsoh la a brother of Mrs. II. Pluuiptre, of'Toronto. Windsor city council, by a vote of I Bii lo.fourT adopted a resolution giv- ing the use of water lols al Ibc fool] of Drock slrect to a syndic-tie of To- ronto men headed by Chnrlcs Millar for tho purpose of opemtlng au In- ternational ferry line. W. J. Dlckham, nephew or ,'umcR Blckhaui. hay been In English waters, lie uirn In. Ensl-ad llitrly ycara ago, Deo. fill Grace cliurcb, Hcsina, bas reslRned hero elaren years ngo, and boon 1 hopes urc alianiloiicil for Ihc crew of in order to return overseas as chap- lain. The Rov. Henry plalstcd, of the dloccsc ol Montreal, died recently In the Svvectsburg hospital at the ago of Branlford council decidctl to auth- orize Hie Fuel and Food Committee to purchase up to thiily cars of wood to relieve the luel famine. Oliver 1 ID lay, of London, Ont, applied in vain for exemption for her 20 -year-old son. Another aon who unlisted London, was murdered England. recently in on tho Caspian, Toronto and other i Hie steamer Sirncoc uas report- steamers as marine engineer. j pinking Friday night off Magdalen Conspiracy .to defraud tho S. government out of hundreds of thou- sands of dollars on contracls for more The last picked up from tlic vessel was to the effect lliat the Ilfcbonts were bclnj; cleared. Naval than scrvlco 'hula is cbarg-1 palrol boals have been unable lo find ed'ln an indictment found against four manufacturers at Xcw York. Two inRpeclrirs of Ihc Quartermaster's corps aro named as'co-conspirators. Exemption tribunal No. 1S2 nt Mon- treal was the aceno of a liltlo embar- rassment when a Jawlsh worn an' h ad been found. Hope Is fillll held iought su hard to obtain exemption oul here llial Ihc cro-iV Is sale. any wreckage or Imcc of Ihe crew. EIUI a Slight Hope Rl. John, N. II.. Dec-. de- partment oT marine and fisheries hero received word from Piclou, X. S., laaL night that a sleanier was still search- ing, uo trace of the Simeon crew A striking manifesto, addressed lo Canadian Liberals overseas their Liberal friends at home, is pub- lished. in London, signed by Liberal members ot tnc cabinet. The Methodist churches of Halifax have combined lo provide entertain- ment lor a company ol returned men _...... ner ID Ihe "best slecr or heifer" at suort notice, whenever a hospital of Shorthorns at Ihe Ontario Wirucr Fair. A survey of the voters'- list In London raake_s it appear lhat women relatives of soldiers who are cnfran ohleed will comprise about 20 cent, of the whole electorate. per Fully twelve hundred Germans at- tended a "benefit" given for the dis- missed GermPn members of the Metro- politan Opera.company in the Hold Aitor, New York. The semi-annual report of the Wyandotles; 2nd, flax; 3rd, whea'.. j American Red Cross shows that an Isl, 1 expenditure of baa made In the last sl.x months at of less than one per cent. been MACLEOD (From pur Own Con eapcniJfaO MacHod, Dec. weather ddr Ipg th'e past week has wlnt cr weather.'Light fall of mow and the thermometer going lo rUIl below-zero Dul after all'.the am' longer to December 1st, In ckange appreciated bjr.fbe young cr people and Is not obliictcd th rfle'n 'report. prerlmi> year. Railroads tre.h'uiy hRU inii coal and lumber, all th prpoducts of the province of Alberta the past week nomination for the council were tbreo mea vbos term d-ililrc December In again acclamatfoa. Trustees by acclamation. Th only election Is for Public .Sfhoo .where two are wanted, and for whlc three arn running. Tho past week was a cold one fo country election meetings. All side roport fair meetings and many hel The last week will be a liuay one fo nil, is the final Instructions are (o I given, and all appointed, a Uw HBucUl Poit In wordi Alex. McLaren, vice-president of Mc- Laren and Company, Limited, the larg- est mercantile establishment tn St. Catharines Is dead. His brother, Rob- ert, pro-deceased hlin just two weeks American brickmalccrs arc fearing Ihe consequences of a declarallon of war on Austria, as nationals of this country constitute the bulk of their labor. Tomas Steegstn, lit, Bronze Tnr- ey. O. Hanson, 1st, Brown Leghorns. D. Fred H. Robertson, 2nd, While Grlftln Brothers. 1st. 1S17 oats; 1st, 916 flaz; IsL 1916 barley; 1st, >1- llfa; 2nd, 1916 wheat; apecial prize or the best general exhibit of Seed Iraln, worth of lumber. Bjorklund, seed potaloes. Prize winning Items dontted lo the sjoclallon for the 'Patriotic YanA: Victor DahlT 1 bushel potatoes; Henry Llndqnlst, 1 boihel wheat; Z. H. Star. pounds Duller; Griffin Brothers, 1 Bhel barley; Victor Dalil, 1 wheat; 1 bushel oata and 1 bushel nlKlofs, the donor'i name not cnown. ship arrives. Changes have occurred In the man- agement ol tho Methodist Supernum- erary Fund. Rev. A. D. Morton, has resigned his position as treasurer, and Prof. J. II. Palmer, ot Sackvllle, has accepted lhat posllton. Vlcloria Avenue Methodist Churcii, Urnndon (llev. ,C, SV. Morrow, jus-] has made a new venture In lining an.eight-page monthly church I paper, called Victoria Avonuo' TId-1 ings. Rev. J. .B. B. Anderson, a Metho- dist minister, who has been In military Y. M. 0. A. service, has, according lo announcement been transferred to Hamilton, Ont. A molorlst summoned to Kingston on n charge of exceeding the speed limit, sent Ihe magislrale a signed blank cheque, which .tho magistrate rilled. In for the amount of (bo fine. Ilev. Archdall D. Wynno-Wlllson, of St. Nicholas' church. Here- Auction Sale OF 1 r Farm Stock and Implements North of 2-1-25, 5 mSes soutli oi KimbaU, or Near. Twin Lakes I on Wednesday, December 12th SALE TO COMMENCE AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP 67 HEAD OF CATTLE la Booflmllch cows; "6 Cow's vllh calves dl (cot; 15 wcincra; 20 head licltcra and alters, 1 and 2 years old; 2 roistered ShorL- horn bulls. 2 years old, papers will be produced ot limn gf sale. HORSES: 1 tay marc, 1250 Ib3., aged 3 years, In foal; 1 bay 'BtWIng, 1250 aged t years; 1 brown mare; 1250 Iba., nged 3 .years, In'foal; 1 brown mare, Ibs., egcd 3 years, In toil; 1 sorrel saddle horse, 1000 Its, aged S years. 1 registered Berkahlro Lrood sow; 100 breeding ewea lo lie sold In lots of 25. -IMPLEMENTS: 1 McCormfcfc mower, 5 feet] 1 Frost ft Wood hav rake; 1 Dane hay loader; 1 Mnssey Harris spring tooth culti- vator; 1 CoctahnlL H Inch gang plow; 1 democrat; 650 Ibs. timothy Eced; and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS CASH LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AT NOON R V. GIBBONS, Clerk H. M- GARRISON, Auctioneer HOSE BROS. --OWNERS STEAMER DRIVEN AtHORE Charlollclonn, P. B. Dec. Early Saturday morning, during '.ha itjghl of a terriric the steamer George N. Orr, 2800 tons, wag driven ashore at Savage Harbor on Ihe north Aide of Ihe Island. Her cap- tain and crew of twenty-two nta land- ed safely. The Ycsse! was owned hj the United Shipping Company wan houml from Montreal for New Toik with five Iflousand Ions ot hay. She U' not leak lit bidly. bot li In aii'. espOKd poel lion; 't BAD WINNIPEG FlflE 'Winnipeg, only the brick walls of the promises of tho Winnipeg Paper company, corner nj Pacific avfnue. and Kllcn street. When aalrai by a'mllltarv tribunal Judge at Montreal what ho vrould do i if he met an enemy on tlio Blreet, Her-; bert conscientious objector j lo fighting, he would "call a po- liceman." to resign when requested by the Hrantfprd City Engineer, act- ing on Instruction" from the city council, Wm. Sutch, city sewers and Harry Unxler, store- keeper, were retired. An outstanding feature In tho Bborthorn judging at Guclph Winter Fair was wTicn John (jarilhouse and Son, Wcalon, took first and second places in three Shorthorns, get ot j one Hire. flev. Dr. n. Druce Taylor, the new t principal of Queen's University, King-' ston, who haa hccn In the Montreal (kricral hospital following an opera- Ion for appendicitis, has recovered sufficiently to return home. After being tortured Tor hourp wltTi branding Ironej a negro, who had as-i caulled a while burned at the atakc In tho public square at Dyers' hcrg, Tenn., In tho presence of thou Bands. The chief criRlriccr ol the Ontario, llydro-Kloclrlc Commlaslnn aays lhal ilrochvlllc will soon K linked up with the Ontario syslcrn through Iho tranjml.v.qlon of horsepftwor fror.i Ihc Cedar naplds Transmission! (Jompany. Hoy a young farmer of Norlh Dorcheslfcr, was driving, along 'a road near his home when two bill- MAJESTIC THEATRE! TONIGHT I EIGHT P.M. THE FARMER-LABOR CANDIDATE AND rnairicd' alter- 4 tire wBlch broke'out lets wrro fired nl him from A swamji unknown source early yes- one ol whlth went through tho Bide tcMay'morning. The loss Is csllnat- curlaln of and graied cd al Ojotwccn chin, i THE GREATEST SPEAKER IN ALBERTA WILL NATIONAL POUCY, CONSCRIPTION, LABOR LEGISLATION, SOLDIERS AND SOLDIER'S DEPENDENTS, THE FRANCHISE BILL Wckowe. Mwt CorJiaDy Ciric Elections w31 be given wit from platform. ;