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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR .1 THE LET'uMiticiE .DAILY HEiULD DUCKMBEU 12, Cb: Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: DaJly, delivered, por woon Daily, delivered, per year Daily, by mall, per year Weekly, u-j mull, .per year Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S.. PICKED TELEPHONES Editorial Office -I224 W. A. Buchanan John To Managing Director Business Angus Mel mes, of tho Joshua J. Firth, a pioneer of Uoisso- mining recorder at New Denver, B.C., vain, linn., Is dead. _ I President Wilson's official inajn.ily Farmers say that owing to shortage ill North Dakota Is placed at .2 (S29. of labor much laud In Wontwortli countv cannot be cultivated. I Etislm H. Brown, former roove ot East Nlssouri, died at St. Mary's, Fire which originated at the furnace Ont. destroyed tho drying kiln at W. Hen' ry's planing mill at Fli'sherton. Toronto has contributed _ for the British Sailors' Relief Fund Mrs. Bertha 'Webb, Cameron during the past two weeks, street cast, Hamilton, was fouud dead upartme.its. The had bcca Geo. Dench, for several years G. r. li. agent at Sarnla, is dead at Winnl- peg, aged GO. Two hundred and twenty-three .._................ ____members of the Six Nations Indian The late Joseph Murphy, the old- Accept- his bitterest enemies, and that is proof JHcseive of Brant County have enlist- time ncior left aa estate valued at has undertaken in peace or war times. We ail have confidence he will uphold Business Office his reputation in this groat and stir- and critical period ot his "er upar rranc. tfc om, turned on. Manager .........__ _ thc resourcefulness. Kc has brought of expiry ot subscriptions ap- to his side men who, in the past, were pear d. on address label. cnce of papers after expiration date is that his entire purpose in forming his our authority to wntinue tho subscrip. government wos ,0 nnvc ,ho co.opora. tion of life big men of the land, no matter the differences he may have had with (hem in the past. One striking feature of the com- that fnr overseas service. nearly a million dollars. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR With food and fuel supplies to lasfposition of war council is hut a few weeks, Greece is in no con- Lioyd-George as Prime Minister dition to withstand long the blockade memDer of it. It was on this very! exploded, which the allies have enforced, in point no had the difference with As-' punishment for the treachery of King qllith He objected to Asquith as Constantine. The King must capita- Prime jnnister beius a member of the Mo entirely sooner or later to the war Cnbj110t. Asquith maintained, and entente, in which case it is most likely very Droporly so. that he should be a that he would be deposed. Were he member. Now we find Lloyd-George to attempt resistance, he could nls contention and tak- sibly raise an army of 1S.OOO, but jng a seat on the wal. colmcii. it is would find great difficulty in provision- flirlnor surprising that the new war One opinion is expressed millisterf Derby, is not a mem- ber of the war council. When Lloyd- the Antoiue Laforge, resident of Sand-' Lloyd Mills, a young man charged wicli, arrested on n charge of attempt- with arson at Jasper, Ont, was ac- ing to assist alien enemies to leave quitted by Judge Uowsley. Canada, will servo four months. Alex. Scott 75, a laborer, living alone, was fouud burned to death in his home at PIctou. A lamp had Rev. J. W. Frlzzell, lecturer and Congregational minister, born in Owen Sound 56 years ago, is dead at Bolton, Mississippi. _ I Burnurae Sulton, of the A. F. and At a meting ot the Hamilton He- G. Auld herd, of Guelph, won In the criming League Rev. Dr. Ronison aged bull class at the Internationa! strongly advocated compulsory ser- Live Stock Show at Chicago, vice. i _ Striking a floating obstruction near Bar Point, the schooner D. K. Clint AFAIKTRIALPROVESl BEST BY EVERY TEST The Largest Sals in Canada Niagara Falls Council urges tho government to take over aud control all grain elevators, flour mills, abat- toirs, cold-storage warehouses and food supplies. Through falling down a flight ot steps to the cellar at the homo of her brother, Harry Zealand, at Peter- boro, Mrs. G. Firthj of Garden Hill, sustained a fractured skull and died. Annies- Murphy and his' wife, yn j ager farming couple, -suddenly. near The son wliwll to his mother, who was il, at King-j stou.. to come home nnd see his lather! who became ill at home. When about 10 miles from Kin-j.ilim in an' automobile Mrs. Murpliy miss's! away; The excitement of the brii g- ing home of her body was too a shock to Mr. Murphy and he 'lied.: A barn belonging to James Nelson of Sydney Township was destroyed by fire, which was caused by the explosion of a lantern. ing them. that the "Teutonic powers will attack effort to establish connections with The Presbytery of Saruia appoint- tjed a committee to prepare an over- ture to the Genera! Assembly nro- George was in controversy over the testing agalnst newspapers carrying war council with Asfiuith it was under-, liquor advertisements, the Greeks in. the.south in order .that Etood he as 1var minister, was to be an organized campaign might be on the and. lls wc sajj before. Stratford Board of Trai'.e Council waged against the allies. The Asquith, as premier, was to be left at its organization meeting decided hope of success of this plan would be the Ilremiership himself, in the possibility of Constantine pre- Uoyd.Ceorge repudiates his first posi- serviag a passive resistance until Bat that js an illcident. such connection with the Teutonic There wjn in many A warmnl for Hugh Day.d armies was established. of course, as to Lloyd-George's Lyon, late accountant of the 1m- On the Rumanian front the Ruma- gome will hold he was de- migration Department, Winnipeg, nian forces are still in retreat, termined to set rid of Asquith. and with the theft of of Uiough they registered a temporary mcoIial5tencT'was not to be a success on the front near Ploechti the methods in ranmlnccd ,n nction an aiwcK on _ of him. Anyway, Asqulih, whether a ot Captain Charles Milton, formerly The state department of the Tjmted member of the government or not. will pf the Salvation not to call a general meeting to dis- cuss the advisability of a coalition I government. sprung a leak and sank in' twenty feet of water opposite Callaih's Bay, below Amherstburg. While engaged ,in stringing a new- line into a residence at Oakvil.e, Moses Tyrell, aged 35, an employe of the Electric Light and Water Com- mission, was electrocuted.. Before County Judge Huyeke at Peterboro, David Hill was convicted on several charges of cattle-stealing from Dummer farmers, and was sen- tenced to five years in the peniten- tiary. His mother got two years. A coroner's jury inquiring into the death of Donald Bolton. killed by a train while motoring near Aurora, decided that an electric alarm beli at the crossing was not sufficient. States has decided that .German That certain standards of weights and measures used in some of the Army, Kingston. St3tes of the United States, and which ever be regarded as a great statesman Originally given a commission as are frequently used in Canada, are pledges have been violated in the sink- anfl ao untiring devoted laborer chaplain, he wont overseas as a js the statement of the ing of the Marina. on behalf ot-hio country. Disappear-1 tho S0th- to Prallce Trade and Commerce Derartment. The new British war council .is com-nnce for the mommt from the front pleted, and is composed of the _tage does not tor llim the George, Bonar Law, Lord Arthur Henderson and Earl _Curzpn. Mrn'ral Sir Cc-l Burnev. who was holalng up ot sulpments' Admiral Jelli.-oe's second in command Don't Suffer Longer and allow yourself to become grouchy, upset, nervous and depressed. These conditions usually indicate a dis- ordered digestive system, which, if neglected, may be hard to remedy. Remove the disturbing element and put your digestive organs in good working order by taking YOUTHFUL STYLES Some tailoring organiza- lions ai'c merely old and" some are merely but ours is a Tailoring Organization both old and through years ot experience in fine clothes-making and young through its ability to translate the young fel- lows' style-ideas into clothes. Creighton Bros. Tailor Shop: 604 SrdAve. South DRIECTORY OF GRAIN BROKERS They gently stimulate the liver, act on the bowels, tone the the blood and regulate the' system. These benefits are particularly marked by women at such times when nature makes special demands upon their vitality. They act promptly safely. The next time you feel low-spirited and out of sorts, take Beecham's Pills. Their sure, mild, thorough action will 1 O 1 Give Quick Keller Worth a Guinea a Box Prepared only by Thomas Bttcham, Et.'HcIcni, England Sold everywhere in Canada and U. S. America. In boxes, 25 place he possesses in the allowing them to and be- of the Grand Fleet, has bee appointed j come useless for food, thus increas- Second Sea Lord of the Admiralty. An iincn Tvrndow week nronosed' inS the and cost In certain .Admiral Btirney ,is 1" his -19th year. An open .s proposed 6ee., reforred by ot ho, as a lieutenant, was in-charge of a Catling jitfNew York. Whylimitittoaweek? Labor ,0 the jit should be a permanent affair, notf Commission, only is New York, but all over th3 A soldier from Port Arthur, amon; those who returned home recently THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.. Tiio municipal elections resulted as generally expected. Commissioner is re-elected: the second choice while against- him. were not: mimcient to orcrcome the big lead he coum-v House of lndllstry at oMained over the second highest can- On.t- was weEring eisht shirt3' Tuat ed with a sonous limp. 'See this A man admittert the Lanark varieg had a pocket full or almost full, of variegated bits of shrapnel. His arm limply by his side, and'he walk- dirlate on the first hnllot. It is a strik- ing tribute to Mr. Grace after expedition, years' service as commissioner, and are sure the renewed confidence fellow must have intended to go on a of the people will inspire him to serve the people even more efficiently in' the Already the Toronto is calling the minister of munitions It will be in order now to become familiar with future than the past. He is sensible to benefit by the criticisms Premier and cal1 him Davle- enough directed at his administration during the campaign. Mr. Grace is a com- potent public servant ana will carry A report says Sir Edward Carson may concede Home said lie. "1 got that stuff from the Germans, and I'd rathei4 gun section in the Soudan campaign was A.D.C. to King Edward, 190U-7; rear-admiral 1909-11; vice- admiral command i ig Atlantic fleet, 1911, and commanding 3rd squadron, 1912-13: was senior naval officer of the international fleet that hlork- adei Montenegro and Albania, I'113, and was president of the-International" Commission eiEht young excellent business qualities and round bluffers paid W into the Patriotic judgment will be of advantage in the Fund, administration of our schools. The ratepayers will expect the continuance! 'Sir Robert Borden can have little _ j-'apon to romnlain of the recention of the policy of economy but not Wm jn the o[ the impairment of .efficiency. the auditorium was packed to bridge is proud of its schools, and the limit and hundreds were turned wants tbeir high reputation to be away.' The Quebec hierarchy and the maintained (QtieBec government did -everything in maintained. their power to lend him assistance The retirement of Mr. McKillop and there Is no doubt that the strong from the .board means the loss of a support of Sir Lomer Gouin, provin- very valuable'trustee, who had served cial premier, who niade one ofHhe us chairman and given-close attention vigorous and addresses D _c ifno OHQ of the to the best interests of the schools. cegg of the evening. That is an unbiased press report of jSir Robert Borden's national service in Quebec city. Sir Lomer WAS LLOYTMSEORGE NOT SINCERE? .Lloyd-George has Surrounded self with a strong ministry. It Is large- Gouin is. the premier of Quebec, and ly Unionist, due to the fact that the he has been the butt of criticism from strong men of the Liberal party Went that element of the Tory press so cut with Asqulth, and decided to stay eager to stir up strife between the out- with him.-- But the Liberals, it is races in Canada. He happens to be a clear, Intend to give Lloyd-George a Liberal, but If he had been a Tory he clear road to carry out h la policy. No would have been left alone. He obstacles will be put in his way. Bri- proved at the Quebec meeting that he tain is united in Its determination to j was true blue, and Sir Robert Borden win the war. ought to gag some of his journalistic So far Lloyd-George, has proved him- [supporters from imputing false mo- ielf well equipped for every task actives to Sir Lomer Gouin. Four Hands Fitstl TT would be an economy for you to use Ivory Soap for washing dishes. Its.gentle action cannot roughen the skin; the; hands need no extra attention after one works with it. And it costs so little more than ordinary soaps and so little is needed ior the work that die difference in cost is not worth Try Ivory Soap a week for washing dishes and notice the difference in your and in the dishes. IVORY SOAP PURE 1 FLOATS Procter Gamble Factories in Hamilton, Canada To the Electors of the City ofLethbridge Ladies and By a substantial iiiajoriiy you have again returned-me to office as your Commissioner of Public and I beg to thfmlc you very heaitih toi the unmistakable evidence of AOiu coniideiice 111 me and niy administra- tion I can assuie .as ins the past, the saleguai ding of ihe.C'ity's interest and the caief ul conduct ot the biisin'ess. of my depart- ment will have im first consideration. 1 ours A. M. GRACE RAIN bought outright or handled' on Commission. G Ri as received. A LL cheques for this iliatriut ZV Issued by our Leth- bridge branch. IN direct touch witli Euro- pean buyers through our own export department. NONE better equipped !o give you service. James Richardson and Sons, Limited 201 Sherlock Bldg. Phone 777 Established 1857 W. J. Lloyd, Mgr. Res. Phone 365 M.M. Clark, Acct. Res. Phone 1613 STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants nton Lethbrldgft Gur antlre fct. your iervlco and with our exper- ience we can safely guarantee to get you the best prices for jour griin any .-time .and for any grade or kind of 'cralo. Phone M 1922 I fsr Offlon 1885 Lethbrldge I JOuoti- Rei. 1811 L.thfc.-ldg. tlont. our Agentt who in your district J. A. CUMMINS THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. LUD., D.C.L., Fmldm! IOHN A1RD, General ManaECt H. V. F. JONES. Asl't Cenenl Minim V( C. BROWN. Superintendent Q't Central Weiitcrn Bnaclteb CMAL, RESERVE FUND, BANKING BY MAIL Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the same careful attention as is given to all other departments of the Bank's business. Money may ba deposited or. withdrawn in this way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank. Itethbridge Branch- R. T. Brymner, Mgrf CARD OF THANKS I -ttish to take tin-, opportunity ..of thank- ing inv many t] lends for their support during the campaign and on election day. i regret very much that I was unable through illness to give you the assistance you well deserved. .1 cheerfully bend to the wishes of the major- ity of the electors of the city and if I have been the means of introducing discussions on subjects of importance to.the City at large, 1 feel amply repaid. Very'truly yoursi F. HAMILTON SAIEERG GRAIN CO. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. "ALWAYS WORKING" You may make monay by let- ting us bid on .your "next car of wheat, barley or flax. IT COSTS YOLPNOTHING. CARD OF THANKS I beg to thank those who gave me their support at the polls yesterday, J. R. OLIVER Our Winnipeg and Lethbridgt offices represent SERVICE. "TRY US" J. H. TALLING Local Manager. Office Phone 1580 Residence 572 OFFICE-PHONE 1313; MANAGER'S PrtONE 14M. GRArN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG Write or phqne ourexpenn have .grain to We can afiure you the bsti price the market wll! and give you promlit returnt. w; f. MACLEOD, UETHBRIDQE OFFICE SHEKLOCK BUILDING Storm Doors AND Storm Sashes ALL SIZES RIGHT PRICES. BECKER PHONE 1384. ;