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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PACili FIVE TUESDAY, DECEMBER' 12, 1910 Reply to U.S. Protest Regarding Outrage of Deportation of The. Belgians Berlin, via. London, .Dec. (8.65 answer to the United States note regard- ing the deportation of Belgians Is confined aimoot exclusively to the presentation of situation In Belgium before the deportation order beoirne note declares that ihorc was urgent need of some kind of work for the because their Idle- ness was causing demoralization and says that deported workers are assured of well-being in the new situations In Germany. I Mayor Cane, who has been mayor of Newmarket for the sast 27 years, Is retiring. Dr. Clifford Scott, son of U.'1. .1. G. ot Ottawa, lias won the Military Cross for distinguished service at the battle ot Thiepvnl. It Is still thought that C.P.It, em- ployees In Canada will soon demand nn 8 hour day. (CONTINUED FROM FgpyrT PACE) Ing badly crushed; Mall Clerks Burns and Oruh, who had been in the other end of the same car with Mr. Parker. Mr. Harris objected to the examina- tion of Mr. Skinner.'unlll. Engineer Ferguson and fireman Kurd couhl be brought, and asked Cor an adjourn- ment of the inuuest, but his objection was overruled by Coroner Humphries. Mr. Skinner-then gave-his evidence, In which he'made the statements set forth above. He could not account j for his action in unlocking and throw-' ing fie switch if It was himself who did H. The statements of Engineer Fergus- cm and Fireman Kurd were then read. They had both seen everything clear, I had .received the highball, had an- swered with two toots of the whistle, the regulation signal for coming ahead. This was about 1000 yards I'pat of the switch. Fire'man Kurd had then fixed up his llres, and when he next looked oaf they were nearly on top of the switch, which showed red against them.. The engineer on the other side of the cull was .unable .see the change in signals, so Hurd yelled to Mm that the switch was against them. Engineer Ferguson bad then Jammed on the emergency brakes and neither of thorn remembered very much mora until after the accidentf CONTINUED fiioM PAGE) and before humanity, had proposed khis morning to hostile powers to en- on peace negotiations. "Practically all the members of par- liament answered, the unexpected A crowded house and tlironged galleries listened in atten- tive silence when the chancellor arose for his speech l "The chancellor first outlined the 'extraordinary political situation, and then', insisting upon the achievements of thei central powers, made the an- nouncement, which pnsRlMv mav be the turning point in ttie great strag- gle which for more than two -years has heldlthe world under its 'spell. The chancellor said the Reichstag had not been adjourned for a long period, but' fortunately, it was left to the dis- retlon of the president as to the day of the next meeting. This decision was caused by the hone that soon happy events In the field would be recorded a hope al most than expected I shall brief for actions, apeak for .themselves "The chancellor said Rumania had entered in order to roll up German positions in the east and those of Gei many s allies the bame time the Brand offensive on the Somme had as its object to pierce the German western front, and renewed Italian attacks were to para j Austria Hungarj The situation was the (hanceTlor'said 'Bjt with God's heip our troops shaped conditions so as to glvo us a security which not onH is template but still more so than ever before The western trout stands Not only does it stand but in spite the Rumanian campaign it is fitted out with largei reserves of men and material than it had been Jormerls effective precautions havfl been made against all Italian diversions -and while on the Somme and on the Garso praflre resounded, while the launched troops against the oastern frontier of Transylvania Field "Marshal Von HindenburR charged the whole of the western Wallaehia and tho whole capital of Bucharest lead ing with unparalleled genius troops that in competition with all allies made possible what hitherto was cpn sidered impossible 'And HIndenburg does not rest MHItarv operatldns progiess by stro' e ot the sword At the same time firm foundations for our croi oiulc needs THE LETIJBIJIRGE .V.ILV Ms the world's greatest Artists make Records tmly for the Viclrola, it is self-evident they consider the Vidrola the ONLY instrument capable of doing full justice to their magnificent voices." Victrola No. VI. IF YOU WANT TO MAKE YOUR FAMILY HAPPY WITH A CHRISTMAS PRESENT FAR-REACHING FOR GOOD, COME TO US, AND' GET A THE MOST CAPABLE AND EXPRESSIVE INSTRUMENT THE WORLD PRODUCES. THERE IS NOTHING ELSE LIKE IT, OR APPROACHING IT, IN THE WIDE WORLD, TIIK ivcTHPMKNT s-it'snes the love cil' Music thai is inborn in every one BeCaUSe sS "ho emotional part of natures-freshens UK- luvil mmd till- I IVlli i Oil ll'f" and lightens the cares of every-duy hie, tcfj TI'Il'L It> 11vlJlj.v u ZJcCtiCifcJt' i- r miifjk'rn uMjuii'e in no other way, _ THF nlaces al vonr command the services of the. world's timilesl stars, Because: millions to a D WITH VJCTOR-VICTKOLAS ranging in to .m Home cm, nli, of these womlcrful instruments. Yon who intent! millions to a proper appreciation ol Music. Victrola No. VII ou wo prices, bill Victrolns IN RICH Jj A I URA L 01 )S 10 MAIL 1 UJU salisrving, so urlislic lhal U, ir T "r wt-i P takes -uiv Home, and while yon are paying the balance A SMALL is winning its way'into your lil'e-unli! you wonder how yoii. i-yi-i J "THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA" 'Balmoral Block, Lethbricige before us now pursues them without mercy. When afte stands a nation at work, the gigantic liave been laid Great stocks of Kram Mctuala rea -il nnu othei goods fell into om hands In Kumania Theli transport lias bp B111, in aplto of scarcity we could have lived on our own supplies but now our ialet> Is bevond question "lo these great events on land the chancelloi coiulnued heroic deed CARDSTON Cardston, Dec. s vot piled up the biggest number of today in the most For B. Eyrie 79; B.- lor one year. P. Tanner 69; H. Woods 69; J. Evans -'Hillier 47 (Aral .three elected.) TABER Taber, Dec. board elec- The elected t'oi1 He school trustees: H. T. McNichol, and T. A. Powell for two years; A: T, Leather and P." T. Davies ma Reichstag y means o todav in the most tional auxiliary the war serv ce law tmg civlc election of the past helped to build a new offensive and Auto8 were out earlj ind The separate school trustees who were elected by acclamation were T. H. Stedman, M. J. Jordan, P. McCarr tin and Jr J. Burke. It seems ratner too bad that the turns onlv weie held here today, the- It seems ratner too bad that he results being as follows: Geo. Birch, first attempt to place ladies on the u nnrl Samnson Sander- Macleod school board should Jfail. also elected in the order named Proportional lepresentation JS wi by a three to one inajontj, lint the citizens hail had enough ot the daylight saving scheme and voted it into oblivion b> aa great a m.iioiity tho other way. V Mayor Henry Again Edmonton, 'Dec T Henry was re-elected mayor for his third term todav Joseph Clarke, by a -majority of the total standing Henu. Clarke, There were six vacancies .in the alilermnnic board of 10. The following were eluded Thomas Bellarm Geo Phtasej I V Kinnei, H Maitm ,1. .M. ilacDonald and Charles 11. Grant. Tot school trustee.-, the were .11 KPB, C' R Frost and T I Diigsan. Claresholm Clare'-hulm- Holmesi rmmullors, G M Codle> 0 L liem- cike H C B Nan Home civic election o, J H Robinson and Sampson Sander- Autos were out earls ihdisoii Alex Campbell, R- A. Van. Oi- tilt the last moment man Jos Wmwood and S. J. ....A VmnilMotno R '.I tin te as mome t was made by the were the to.. common aim GRACE RE-ELECIED was made DJ tne i were me S.'J. Best for the council j Layton has been chairman of the board This 'is the the council Layton has been charman o e oar stands a nation at work, the gigantc achoo, board i for the list eight years, and his d force ot the nation working for the the number of cars they had feat was a surpnee. This. is th ommon aim ,ospects looked Fo, 'second a mmers' representative i. n j ]ias been elected to tlie board, Samp- son Sanderson being the candidate. with BiO while lolm Saotl tht lesentatlve of Norch Let'ibrldge lud Di Imeiing nailed hchlnd with being low man at poll John Scott led alt candidates at ill heroic deeds .101111 nuuu H.-U AII ,.e ,Wpd bv oui Ml iers Hall nqll while Mr Uavidvn TM spec'rc ol laralne! tho loader at all olho, polls Ih our enemies intended to appeal linal count si as Messrs. J. Card and Dr. Scott B. Browii there was evident- ly some good work done, Judging from the retains For Messrs, jr. A. Coombs ind John F. Parrlsh, the old members of the school board, a big vote was lolled up They have been hard working men bei'a of' the board and deserved all they received. The ladies' vote was much in evi- dence, and'they seemed thoroughly lots. The results were as follows B. Pitcher by icga mation. V. Card llo J C Gaboon 111; Dr. Scott B. 1C3; Fred Bust 74 (first three elected.) Trnstees-J-John F. Pairlsh 125 M A. Ooomba 117; Ibe) 61 (lint I two v Macleod school board Mrs. Edwards, and Mrs. Fawcett, liow- may divide the honors. evenly, each receiving 2S votes. BLAIRMORE Blairmore, .Dec. results of municipal elections today were as fol- lows: BOW ISLAND Bow Island ..Dec, town Ijegace 91; P. election was a hotly contested one and Qrcell 32- W. while tlio utepayers saw fit to change thrc- fou-tll candidate in field Mr Dav idson again headort tho poll as he did two years ago when first elected to the board Geo B Bnu-uley seomen UHHUUBU.J MacKay the new candidate or' tclioo casiinK Of tl eir bal boaid honors was second on tho li'ti Iliat boc'y b) electing all new. raei) .tor the We feel sure that they I ivill 70rk to keep up with the record For. A. Beebe 89; D. A. Sinclair 24. Beebe's majority 65. McVey 93: Jos. Legace 91; P. M. Christopher 85: H. Green 22; W. J. Bartlett V> (nrst three elected. Cds't'ello In Calgary Taltwrv, Dec Costello To render biscuits, cake and muffins healthful, appetiz- ing and digestible, use able lo Ine ll of them to all that is expected oncntd combined. Aldermen elected' !-'or two M A the for school Made from Cream of Tartar, derived from grapes. Absolutely Mum ;