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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, PECEMBEn THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD >AGE FOUR letbbriiYiC Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subscription Dally, delivered, per year.... mail, per .year..... Weekly, to per; year... TELEPHONES: 3.00 1.00 Business Office Editorial Ofllco W. A. Buchanan Managing Director John Torrance Business Manager ROUND OF'THE.WAR, England is retirjm: concern the newUura ot iffa li m the Bal i ans yhere tue illied forces hai e lelinqufshed ill no ition on berbian soil, and are now fighting in Mace- donia. The Bulgarians, greatly re- inforced, are pressing 'the British lines with, .increasing al- though their method of warfare at times leaves them terribly exposed to British maxim fire. The i'rench hare withdrawn, their forces to strong- er lures, b.ut are being threatened on two. sides by the Bulgarians. All the 'allied hospitals in Serbia have.been evacuated. Turks'claim-advances against the British, in. Mesopotamia. -U rte Dar Banelles -minot engagements have taken placej In France the Germans lave been- driven out ot certain posi- tions by the .French Peace .riots 'are now prevalent m permany, soldiers being to fight the jniotis. The public believes "only revolt will lead Germany pake peace A GREAT LABOR LEADER Samuel 6omper certainly has a iwonderfu! grip on the -labor forces in 'the United States While leaders of other labor organizations lose their positions on'awount of difference their Gomuers remains head of that' great" and po-venul or ganizationtXthe American Federation of exception of one1 iyear bince 1SS2 'HIS fifaf association with in Bustrial organizations 1S65. He must be a remarkable and. forceful man who can retain the con fldence of his fellows over so loss penod and a striking rra of development "m tfie laoor movement Gonroers is not crank either. He s might be termed "safej'and. Eane." He is con.- has__beeu from the he- winning, consequently he has been able to for labor where ft 'crank lino, a trouble maker Teuld not fine dav should be devoted wholly to se- lecting the man best fitted to sanely- em! safely a'dministcr the affairs. of this- very, important1 department of civic government Lethbridge's muni- cipal problems demand the attention of strong, capable men, and1, it should be the duty of citizens to vote for the man whom they think IE-best equip- ped to serye the city. Personal or political preference should be cast to one side and the choice made wholly on the ground of fitness anr1 Quail ficatioris for public service and busi- B WHERE THE KAISER GETS HIS GRIP It of note that of five Bal states, only two, Seroia and 1'on lenegro, are ruled; by native princes. Greece, Bulgaria and Roumama have fcngs whose connection with the lands is simply the fcond of sei lish ambition King Gonstantine of is of Danish and. German des cent with a Gorman wife King Fe' fllnand of Bulgaria is. an. Jung Ferdinand ot Roumania is a Prussian and a Hohehzqllern 'to bobK As the Winnipeg Free Press says, they cr their fathers" were wished, onto' these peoples bv the Great Powers of Europe, who could not Etomich the "idea >of these new na tions choosing rulers nereditarv or selected of their own race and blood are now trying to betray their Jheopls into the siaverv of German and if Constantino of 'Greece and Ferdinand of Houmania bH.lt ..irill not .be .their fault.. -Serbia: fctnd. Montenegro are the only, Balkan with native dynasties MONDAY'S ELECTION; RATEPAYER'S DUTY the: campaign'-for Public ;TJtilitTes. Commissioner has been.short the candidates nevertheless have giv- en the ratepayers a full opportunity to their views pn municipal questions Most of the discussion has the public utilities and no, attention hs been paid to other-phases of municipal politico. Naturally the retiring commissioned is seeking had to'face criticism and. questioning. This was. to be. expected since a'nlan in office Is liable to make mistakes or to'take KCtion on certain matters with which other people may differ The cam paign has afforded some enlighten xnent-ott' existing conditions. The new aspirants'' did not hesitate deal with features of the adminis tration of the deoartment, and the S-etiring commissioner defended hie bourse frankly and fairly The ejectors have heard the issues rliscnsned on the platform the reports of 'the "meetings In the Hera'rfUft.ntl vthey should be able to intelligent indgment on Monday offered 3 fold and 2 Silver Meifali Syll tnw Music for the and be obtained on I f OD lo Faren'tVand Teachers' wishing to erter tut'r pitpiU for these nhov d th the Secre a J 6nce mlliug list. KEEP LIB Hull BOILS CLEM SIR CHARLES DAVIDSON Supreme Court Justice who is now conducting enquirier into war con- tracts In various parts of Canada: BEST WHEN BILIOUS, SICK HEAD- ACHY, CONSTIPATED, OR FOR BAD BREATH OR SOUR STOMACH 'Be cheerful! Clean up inside to- nitht and led- fine.- Take Cnscarets to liven your livor and clean the bow els and stop headaches', H bad cold, hlHoi. ness offensive 'breath, coated tongue, sallownesE, sour stomach and Tonight take Cascarets arid enjoy the gentlest liver and 'bowel cleansing'you ever experienced Wake feeling; i doint it Cascarets best fo ch'iTdreu Official returns lor Ottawa THE "SHELL" GAME By H. F. C. 49 congregations against t ontj Colonel Bedell of Prescb'tV, who has been at the Ts '.r'etiirhlng to rES AKSSm raise a new -regiment scrvics counties. "Memorial windows to lour Mont- real pftc-rs kiilett last spring at Fes tubert and St- -were -dedicated in St. Stephen's Churchr .Montreal, by Bishop Farthing Ralph Evamr F'ftman son of Rev Dr. formerly- Toronto, but now of: .England, has bo_n selected b; McMaster iiniversitj as Rhodes scholar for 1815, A new arrangements- has- been made by General Hughes .regarding-the ex- amination and care spldiers returning to Liverpool is to Ottawa. Dec. general ver- dict liere is that Mr U L Hichens who is, so to speak, the British Minis- ter of Munitions legate for Canada has us reorganization ot the Shell .nittee as-Mr. D. A. Thomas did before him in his diilicult ind delicate tisk busy; long before .Sir Sam laid hands on' them it is not the part of strict criticusm to differ with Mr. Hiciiens- on 'this point. Anything law- ful, 'says Hezeklnli, will 1 do for friend' and Sir 'Saul is the kind a man that makes Wends. Even Jlr. Hichens cannot resist his spell. So if Mother Country even more thau those nim 1U U1S QlIllCllll "111 uenvnio of fmdiug out loi LloMl George whv Sam credit for creatirg what was w about Mr Hichens is what he does not what he says, the fact re mains tint he 'practical obhterited ,Sii Sams Shell Committee put the fell to Mr Hithens to cam out I new Shell Committee under Impel ml i note-writers, '.namely the United the operation suggested by Mr. Thorn as and everybddy agrees that he has performed his painful b.ut -necessary task with'great skill and "discretion. He has cut deen hut he seems to have removed the root of the trou'ble, and control and.placed the more acqulsi tne part of the old Committee it a .long distance from large sums of mon'ey. Sir Sam ..comes o.ut of the shuffle as weiltfis anybody. He is the New Pre- on the honorary of hurt Commission He is the missing link For instance such compliments as he'ns it were between the potential pro pivs Milor General Sir Sam Hughes'duct as smelt-out.bj the raw work are calculated -to be useful at the I era on the- Raw Mtaterjal Commission general election The Shell Com 'and the, buyers of the Im _> ml._____e____, .i HnorM In Hlcll he the discharge" 'depdt, yuebec. Lieut. H. A, bandmaster, of Stares, instead of Bac., the 91st .Canadian as D A- Thomas found it as Mr. operated on it wa1- the nomination, of Major General Sir if it had gone on doing a before -Sir Thorn as called a halt it might have penal-'Munitions Board In Mr Hich ens own words, Sir Sam is kept on as a ne us finer man the male nexus with plumes spread Sam's luck.1-Some peop'ie are made nexuses, others get it there uccn secured as bandmaster ot the 60th Battalion In the tenderness ot terrain mem ibers of the committee towards them selves there were the materials of a Tne death oi Mrs .William, Field on gras e parliamentaTi which Saturday night kttown 'resident removed' a' well I was probably forestalled when Mr. oi London. Mrs. I Hichens took the committee out of kuown resident of London. Mrs. Hicnens toon tne comiunuee uui ui Field had been ill of pneumonia orlj Canadian junsdictipn and reorganized .for a short o't age seveatj it as an. on- ly to the ar Off ja Xo doubt hen questions a e asked m the House imons otchmg the mapipula "m a Grand itions of the Shell Committee Sir Sam Forts B O hotel, lell into A tub In his nlace as he did when 01 boiling water left standing in New "iork Purchasing CoromitLee kitchen of the hotel, and was-fatalh was under fire and saj that the reor scalded Thomas J. Hill noraing sen Ke, dj ing almostr imme- diately. Eh Renaud, years old, a lifelong resident-of Essex-.county, lab just been, uaite'd inI marriage at ens letter to Premier Bordeo, ib con Canard river, near imherstburg, to 'ceded to go it onf Better Again are "Mrs Vitale llartrn, eiglrMour his the rareer and fw fame of Sir Sam loyhood's he ell in love sixtFiSeven }ears. ago The jury at the assize court -in Por- iage la Prairie, found Tom handled not only with rare delicacy of feeling but with a shrewd eye ,to the campaign literature For example it was conceded that the presence of certain steel manufacturers .in. the iiakonishyn th" muUer oi Shell Committee who handed them Paul Jurz atJEthelbert in Septem selves out war orders it profits rang Ing from one hundred to five hundred per cpnt was, to nut if miU-Iy a weak ness, hilt Mr Hhjclfens whjj qan see sermons in fatone hooks n the run1 nmg brooks and good in everything, If he Is a tree uand to make icr last ear His lordship passed sentence oi dWth, setting the date of he execution "UarcH 3, Oi one hundred and nineteen mem icrs and adherents of Christ chi.rch Camptellford, between fie ages ot better suggests that .ne She. is ventecn and mnetv, firentr three Committee was educative rather than have tnlisted or about hunt} nme, admlmstntive add that consequeutly it was natural that It should contain an infusion of steel pducative the Committee certain ly educated dear old Emgland lel in the matter of war prices-in Canada educator" teacher" an! author of" the In a way that made her hair stand on Christian Hymnal died at hashing-, end Infusion of steelmannfactur ton D C m Ins 79tn >ear For 2D j ers it certainly had Infusion is a. jears he had been pasior oi the good word it wolud look well stuitpj Church 01 the New J-tusalem .n that tat it hardly covers the case ler cent Fullj fifty per cent ol all men eligible to don the colors have done so. The Rev. Dr. Frank Sewali; writer, gnnized Shell Committee is none of the Canadinn Parliaments bjsmess and that if the wants infor id for id per- Thomas J. Hill, a GTR conduc that if the LibeWPParty wants or one of the oldest members of St mation it can send to Englanc Andrew's church, London, was stock the qapers From these risks an en with apoplexy while sitting in his i'- the action of ilr HlchenS nut the lew with his daughter just before the Shell Committee off It is a case in which absent treatment is almost a remedy i Mr Thomas'" parting message was thought last word in let ting em down easy but Mr Hich H. F. G. of cornp-titfon quarter r i' for free wheat Canadian farmer A'STRANGE. SITUATION Journal of Commerce) Usually a proposal for the admis aloncfree of any article of a class7 produced in Canada evokes op- position if i' all from tno Canadian prodjicer? of the similar article Iho home proSacer decires to control home market and he resists the idei 'titfon from any outsul" But tliis does not hold good the western the producer cf wheat who is leading the movemon' for free wheat A cliuse A between Canada and the United States The western farmer knows that -while that clause stands he'cannot obtain tree admission for his wheat in the American market Unless accept the .reciprocal con; f" -HI of flee admission of American -nudat into Canada But he faces hat'i-Situation boldly, saying ae Is not afraid of competition in Canada 'hus the man who is most interested as a producer of wheat is the loudest n Ills demand for free wheat Tffe objection to free wheat comes rora1 other quarters Noliody who is for free wheat A cliuse m the tarift provides that wheat products, mas be recipro Mason Risch Pianos FROM FACTORY TO HOME Twenty Branch Storei HEAD OFFICE AND FACTORIES, TORONTO A WELCOME GUEST AT CHRISTMAS: A Mason Risch Player-Piano IT MAKES THE "SILENT" HOME A BETTER HOME AND WILL BE VERY GLAD, IN YEARS TO COME, THAT :YOU HAVE MADE-THE IN. VESTMENTI Como and see the Mason Risch It is worth while It has so man> features that will commend !t to jou When played with a Music loll It gives the closest possible approach to the fingering of the moat skilled musician The expression devices give complete control over tempo and making It possible to shade, color and emphasize any composition like the skilled nortona- is so simple .to operate and1 a perfeotlejt of mecl aniual construction tha.t makes its action as faultless al. Its Music is charming, ,d RISCH LIMITED NEXT WRIGHT'S JEWELRY STORS opposing tue proposal is raising the abjection that harm will bo done' by the free admisslon'or American wheat Into Canada.' "The-harm that is fear- ed seems to be 'on the other side of t'he case. 'It is argued that if wheat he made free in the United States much Canadian 'wheat will be sent asross the border, and that this will be' injurious interests of Can- adian grain dealers and transport! tion- lines. If ihis vi-jw be correct, the peril of these interests is great indeed, for they1 are at the mercy of the American Congress. If the free admission oi wheat into the Ameri can market means dleaster to our trading and transportation interests such Disaster may be brought about ai anj moment by the action ot the American Congress. One is reluc- j tantjq bellevo that important Canadian 'interests are so dependent upon the graca and favor of the Am erlcan authorities MOVES Sir Robert Bor John to London Liverpool Liverpool Liverpool London Liverpool Winter Sailing! from) Date Steamer Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. at-Havre east and -west- bound. Reduced round trip rillwiy rates In effect Nov. IS to Dec. 31 from All points west. For full Information tions apply to anjTR R. or S. S agent or vy. R ALLAN, Gen. Nor- west Agent, Winnipeg Ottawa Dec den contemplates a bVief visit to New York just befote iir hie ntPrt RlfitUD flfjrS IT. to the Greek papers, Col H D iSapiu, lately British Military At- at oofia, been taken of! a ireck steamer by a German submar- ine near Messia, Mrs. Annie Weeks, 67 Boultbce av- enue, Toronto, a charwoman, was killed by a car Her five young children are quarantined for measles in her home, which her husband mort- gaged in ofder to get money for his: passage to England, where he n working in a shipyard. Os-ar S Stfauss, oi New York, former United States .ambassador to Turkey, and Progressive candidate lor governor m 1913, was named by Gov- ernor of New York, as member and chairman of the down- state public sen ice commission, to succeed Edward E. was removed irom office The Military Cross has heen award- ed Lt John Robert Cosgrove, First Field Companj, Canadian Fngmccrs, "for1 conspicuous gallanlry and abiU ily near WulVerghpirt, In Mcs- sinea roafl on the night ot Ocr 20 21 Tic prepared for demolition and com- plelcly dcslrojcd a llouso (Mioul 300 In artvanoe of our flriiiR imf, which had been used as an advanced not misled by his own- metal nors It wiH be noticed that He rempya'j the in- lusion to a safer a now committee for it out d' ors it were where ,it wouldn't fjiell up Mr ths pro cess of expanding the rrganization The additional Coronj ttee compos ed of the Shell Comir USB discards is labelled a Commission on Haw Ma terials and includes, most .of the ex- perts who did the work on the original Shell eo as indented 57 Major General SM- Sam The duties of the Raw Material Commission arc is might be eipetjted strictly advls- orj Mr r.ot in letting these steel _______ _._. irer the -war ;con tracts .than that. Ji'hey have done their now ex- t______ feeling after eating As a naw MatAial Commission their fit be tempted .too 61- ilj have plenty of time tacturers tracts share, the brav- perlence that As a naw Mi appetites will ten and they lor digestion fin Mr hands what mighl have been a Jtumbling block in Sir now becomes almost an Instrument glory and (lie Major General !s giien credit for inaugorat Ing a ncw-fn'ustry employing a htm dred thousand Corkers whose bene (c.al ronulta will not end with tho war these steel plants ant .these industrial .workers-.existed. au4 Travel in Safety STEAMSHIPS American Steamers sailing un- der the Ameiioan flag from York to Liverpool. FINE LABGE FALAJIAL 8TEAMIM Two sailings per week- All Information, Including re- servations., etc, S. I. MITCHELL, C P R TfcK't Afltnt Lethbridge Low Round Trip to Eastern Canada Michigan Central-" The Niagara Fata Jfocff" are on sale daily December lit to 3 lit, If} 5, inclusive return limit 3 In addition to numerous trains to local Mlchlfia Cra irai Canadian points fast solid through traimi provide unmatched service, Chicago to Toronto and M6ntreil, Michigan Central R. R. and Canadian Pacific Rf. Leave Chicago Toronto Arrive 9-05" m 610pm 1120a.ro 840am. 855a.m 630p m Also Low Round Trip Fans to New York and Botton a m. ICkJO a m 3-fW) p n Stop m 1J-05 midnight Fire Fait Evtry An1 D00a.m II 330 p m 800 p m S 55 p m. a. h-.. Tlcktti arc on sale dally Nowmbcr 15th to DeewWtJW, rtJWJ limit fire monthi. and are good for (t mfejr puitl Inrludlng nature's greatett Niagara Central It the only railiwd al rear agml for tickMt, or c The Mt the IPOKANE, WASH. ,l H NVE. naiml Anrt r ;