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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUn YHE UJTHljnHVK nAHVY HKflALD MONDAY, nnCRMBEK 11, UHlj alberta'.. DAILY AND WEEKLY, Subscription Ratcc: Dally, delivered. IOT Daily, delivered, per year Datlv, by mail, per year Weekly, by mail, per year I0c 55.00 S.001 present situation were terrible. It us many us four great powers ot Europe us sny Austria, l-Ymiee-. Itusiln, nnd engaged in tho, war It seemed to mo that It must in- volvo tlio expenditure of so vast u sum of unouoy ;and such -on Interference with trade that a war would bo ac- companied, or followed by a complete collapse of European credit and In- dustry. Then on July !4 Sir Edward pro- posed to the German ambassador "Uitit THE FLOATING CITADEL rs 51.50 JVcekly, by mail, per year to 1252 1224 tho four powers. Germany, ,Italy, France and ourselves (Great Britain) should work together simultaneously nt Vienna and St. Petersburg In favor of moderation in the event of tho rela- tions between Austria and Russia becoming tlm'titenmg." That was Sir proposal of a.peace confer- ence before war, a conference that war. Russia, I VOLT King ond Country need you I right novJl TELEPHONES Business Office Eiiitonal Ofiice W. A. Buchanan John Torranec ManasitiE Director Business Manager iwould have prevented Franco and Italy ncveiitc-il the proposal Er.teF of nxpiry subscriptions ap- Of a conference; they would have co- penr address Jfration'date'is with Great Britain {'or peace. thasubscrip-lGermany refused. The Imperial Chan- tion. jfellor himself on July 2S told the I British ambassador in Berlin that "he 'had not been able to accept your pro- posal for u conference ot" representa- tives oC the sreat powers because he did not think it would be effective." Of course not. for Germany had al- ready said on July 24 that "the Im- perial government want to emphasize their opinion that in the present ease j there is only Question of a matter to; be settled exclusively between tria-Hungary and Serbia, anrt that the great powers ought seriously to en- deavor to reserve it to those immed- iately Macchiavelli was never more adroit. Bismarck never more brutally indifferent to the world's opinion. Russia mobilized, to be sure, but she knew that Germany was al- ways mobilized. TENTH YEAK Or PUBLICATION The Daily Herald begins Us tenth year of publication today. While the Herald was established as a weekly in November 1905, the daily edition was not started until Dec. 1907. Since that time, except for Sundays and public holidays, the Daily Herald has never missed an issue. It begins the tenth year with prospects for improve- ments that will uphold tion as Southern Alberta's' newsi- est paper. I The Rov. Futhor R M. Fltzpfttrlcfc, I I'npttfi'' St. Joseph's church, Cnl- 'L'AiTi Into of Potorboro, has by Illahon McNally, of Cal- gary, to tako nhargo of tho parish of St.' Patrick, at Mcdlclno Hat, and (ho sorroiyiding .Missions.- Uncle Sam "I tell yph, we don't need no other bulwarks than this here old in Toronto Telegram. PICKED UP FOR THE BUSY MAN Dr. A. H, McAllum, S. O. 1J-, pro- fessor, of physiology and try at tho .university of Toronto, haa bqoii appointed chairman of tho ad- visory .council on Industrial and research, at a yulary it IB said P. year THE PROGRESS OF THE AR John Clark. 7S, who went tc V.'cet Branch, Mich., a years ago from near St. Thomas is dead. Angus Sutherland died at his homo in East Zorra, where he was horn 75 years ago. J, W. Breakey, M.P.P., for Souris, So much for Bethmann Hollweg and! is mentioned in connection with the The situation in Greece has rapidly his belated advocacy of peaceful solu- proposed portfolio of telephones in developed a new crisis, which will tion of problems between nations. Manitoba government. surely find its climax in either the de-jis merely an evidence that position of Kins Coustantlue and the J realizes that it is beaten. But there are other evidences of the coats ou a charge J. M. Young, proprietor of the St. Clair hotel, Sarnia, was fined violating placing of Venizelos in control, or a, declaration of war between the allies of Germany. Germany, the Ontario Temperance act by hav- and the Greek royalists. It is expected jit would seem, is seeing the light, OE that an ultimatum wi! ill be delivered by is seeking liberty arm wants to rid A German howitzer captured at V. J." McBlderry, barrister, of the firm of McEldcrry, Pet- erboro enlisted as a private in the iMTth battalion. Charles Heavenor, a prominent far- raer of Rama township was struck and instantly killed by lightning last week. Julius Herter, known to. naturalists throughout the world as a snake hun- ter, died at St. Louis. He owned ciiC of the most complete collections of reptiles in the world. IIrs. Joseph Caverley, of Madoc, who is more' than SO years of age, has mads and repaired 537 pieces of clothing, which has been shipped to j the allies shortly. The opinion is of the shackles of autocracy. Courcelette by an Alberta battalion the Red Cross in two large boxes of) pressed that King Constantino will This is plainly foreshadowed in the j is now ou its way to Edmonton from 500 pounds. becosse an exile very soon. The 'possibility of a concentrated interview given by Chief Permanent Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs attack on General Serrail's armies mjZimmermann to Mr. Swope, the corre- Grcece. by the Germans and Bulgar-spondent of the Xew York who which city most of the men were en- listed. The release for military service OL all possible .semi-skilled workmen Marvin Cody, aeed 101, one of the'who are now engaged in the manufac- earliest pioneers of Oxford County, also pointed out The vie-, has receutlv returned from Germanv.! is dead at tho bome of his son, Dr. BiJU IFU....-V-II... _ n_ J.. in______I tories of the Teutons in Rumania Zimraermann is a statesman oi released' large numbers of ability and prominence in Ger- which may be used against the allies in Greece. many. That he should have given such aw interview and authorized its The Ruspiaris In northern Rumania publication''is hi itself highly signifi- hare been able to check the Teutonic leant, but the import of his language advance, but on the'southern front JMillard Cody, Tremout, Illinois. Yen. Archdeacon Cody of Toronto is a grand-nephew. The death occurred at, his home in Kingston of Major R, K. Kilhorn, ture of munitions has been agreed on by the admiralty, the ministry mu- nitions and the army council. The campaign of the Railroad Y. 11. C. A., of. America tc raise new members in ten days has ended gratifying manner. Instead of .Rumanian army is still on Uie would.; be useless and dangerous foil On fronts little change Is re- lo saiii 3lf. Zim'mermaim, "that J1.0. Major Kilborn had been ill they got nine thousand, some time, having had to relinquish being gathered in on .the., teiith day.1, his position at the Royal Military lege. Rev. T. E.' Richards, for the past j seven years pastor of Riverdale Bap- ihe trend of-politlcal thought in Ger- William Henry Merrill, one of Hon-tist church, Bradford, which has Lioyd-George, new British todiyis -toward fKETn "S? plans the re-organisation of the entire j-There is antagonism, .certainly the He had been ill only a few; lias, accepted'a call to Fonthiil, near country for war on a radical social- j Prussian, landed aristocracy, the con- istic basis, and is expected to seek strong men rims .inclined..for his new cabinet. servative and military class, will not consent ivlthout a struggle to the over- throw :tpf .the- imperial system which gives great influence and privil- ege. conclusion is irresistible, from what Mr. Zimmerman said, that a change, the demand of the people is one not to ;Hecently we called attention to thejbe .denied. "There is a subsurface GERMANY ALTERING ITS VJEWSv-' Germany is undergoing Imperial Chancellor's advocacy of an international league for the preserva- tion of permanent peace. That was a movement; of- vust political says.iirl Swope. The Immediate change, the change step --and-- it- was an indica-jthat may 'come before the conclusion tion, tbo, that Germany would he peace, is indicated with all frank- to have peace. What could be morejness by Mr. Zimmerman; significant, and hypocritical, when we TIie important feature of the change think of Germany's record in this war, j will be the erection of direct respon- and prior to it, than these words of sibility of government in the people through their representatives in the 41, the Chancellor. Reicbitag. Under the present system If at and after the end of the jrar' fs actuauy.no such responsibility, the world will only become fully chancBllor is at the head of the ECIOUS of the horrifying destruction of I political-., government. He owes his life and''property, then through Qjg -Kaiser, by whoin of humanity there irfll ring put he ,s The various secretaries are "merely days before his death and was about his affairs in the Montreal customs up to about three weeks ago. George C. Boldt, one of the fore- Welland. By a vote ;of-2SO to ITS the.rate- payers of Wh'itby rejected the agree- ment with the proposed Canadian'. most hotelmen, of 'the United States, Tractor company, whereby the town died "of heart trouble at New York in was to guarantee the bonds of tfee his suite at the Waldorf-Astoria j company -to the extent of in hotel., of which fae was the proprietor. return for which -the company was to He was also proprietor and owner of i j build a plant, the Bellevue-Stratford hotel in Phila- T- i delphia, and a trustee of Cornell uni-l The late- -Edward .Qurney, the To-j rersity ronto left an estate valued at To the widow1 It is already assured that rcpresen- uer annum is left and: the usei tative farmers will be candidates for; of the residence for life.- Until Jan at least !four of the Dominion con- uary 1, two sons and three stituencies in Manitoba. These R. C. Benders, president of the toba Grain Growers' v.'ho is nominated for- Macdonald; R. Brown, nominated for Mi-. Beveridge, nominated for Souris; and Mr. Broadfoat, nominated for 'Nee- 3 arsi daughters, one daughter airs. Sanfordj Mani-j Evans of Winnipeg, get ?3000 each pawa. The late Jack London, the author, left au estate valued at JIOO.OQO. Practically-all-of it'goes to his The writer's Mrs. Flora {London, is given a month. Bessie The Indians living in ,the reserves London, his divorced wife, jie of Saskatchewan have demonstrated! bequeaths ?5, -and during her single their patriotism, to a greater degree, lifetime she is allowed the use of a, perhaps, than those of any other sec I the Oakland home To h.is daughters, within human power, will avoid the [bureau and to the Chancellor jtjotj ttle DomHion At the Kam [Joan and Bass Ixmdon is bequeatned iturn of a monstrous phe. This cry will be so powerful tfle g so justified that it must lead to some fliat tjj) result. Bernhardi1 Treitschke, are'.responsible. It was [sack reserve there were only 30 a. month until their marriage icussion-of the Zaberri I dians who could he classed as eligi bonilon directs that any additional Chancellor oointed outlbles- tnese 28 have enlisted At help thev aai want not come 'File Hills, 17 have enlisted out of a from the estate To his old "mammy" the ad- that the government was not answer- j posslMe 23> and of that 17 no tewer Tennie Prentiss, London leaies 515 a of able to the Reichstag for the course than u are in France, of whom eight-month, and directs-_that she be prop- lit pursued, but was answerable alone German Trorld dominance won by to Emperor This change is all- ,'lrt disregard of the rights of It is tBe Tery essence of nations and mado secure by men mjnigtry ,s querabie legions and fleets, are to the bqdy-of aside and silenced by the have been wounded and. one is a i erly ho.used. Mrs. Eiliza Shepard, prisoner of war in Germanj 'sister is. left and ?35 a month. of supreme authority. The world will indeed "become fully conscious of the horrifying destruction of life aud pro- perty" in this war, and we may he sure that "there will ring out a. cry peaceful arrangements." .What the. Chancellor says is..true, beyond ail doubt it is true, but-Tiis discovery of the truth is much belated. Sir Edward Grey, now Lord Grey, the very man upon whom Von Betbmann Jlollwog in his Reichstag speech seeks to fix the responsibility for Russia's action, and thus the real responsibility for the war, said to the German am- bassador in London on July 20, 1014, before the dispatch of the Austrian r.ote to Serbia, that he "hated the idea of "a war between any of the great powers, and that any of them sho' be dragged into the war by Serbia would be detestable." Further, on July 23, the very, day the note was sent, Sir Edward, in a dfspatch sent to De Bunsen, the British ambassador at Vienna, giving the substance of a conversation with Count Mensdbrff, Austrian ambassador at London, very Clearly set forth his own position 'Chancellor, be-' the government: i Prime. Minister, or comes the head of and the. people become their own niJers. It matters not what the man who wears the crown may call him- self, whether Emperor or King, though the imperial title -would be an absur- dity, and though for custom's sake he may -speak of people and call them his they are not in truth his subjects at all; they are his masters, and their ow'n. England has a King, but England is a democracy, like the'Uniled States, It is governed through a responsible ministry. There is hope for Germany and a permanent world peace in .these changed attitudes of Germany's lead- 'n that, they portend the war. If that were not. so, Germany would be cling- 'eai- more thai German defeat In ing to1 the J U possessed when it itarted the war. It is now .endeavor- ing to gain the Sympathy of the Jieu-4 tral world by changing its ideals. Xhe .possible consequences of the-Wilson's cabinet United States Attorney-General Gregory made a denial of reports that he intended to resign from President Of Select DAIRY and BEEF CATTLE Monday, Dec. AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP T On the Farm of J. J.'iTiffin, West Hall'of Section 11-8-21. I Six and a half miles south east of Letjibrldge. 25 cows and heifers, supposed old and up. Twelve now. milking. Two.'fresh'cows'. Eight steers risinn three years old. Fifteen steers rising two yejrs old. Twenty-fiws heifers rising two: years old. Thirty-five .steers. One Registered Holsteln Cow. One Registered Holsteln Bull, 2 years old. J. J. TIFFIN, PROP. TERMS CASH. J. AJ SMlfrt, AUCTIONEER AT 10.30 O'CLOCK SHARP 2 carloads of horses. All broke. 12 Mares, 1400 to 1600 Ibs. 15 Geldings, 1400 to 1700 Ibs. Balance of horses from 3 to 8 years old and sound. Guaranteed by the owner. head Select Dairy Cows.' H.'O..ROLLPGB, Owner J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer PUBLIC SALE OF LIVE STOCK WEDNESDAY, Dec. Four Miles East of Coaldale, on N. W. of Sec. 9-9-19, West 4th. HAVING DECIDED TO DEVOTE MORE TIME TO THE BREEDING OF MY FULL BLOOD CATTLE, AM OFFERING THE FOLLOW- ING DESCRIBED STOCK FOR SALE, EXCEPT FIVE BULLS, WITHOUT RESERVE. Cattle '21 head Cows, 2 years old, of which a number 'are good milch cows; 10 head yearling heifers; 4 head 3-year old steels; 7 head 2- year old steers: 5 head yearling steers; 22 Head calves. These cattle are of Shorthorn and Hereford breeding and are in good condition, and cows bred to calvo in April and May, 1917. Four head of Registered Hereford Yearling Bulls to be offered with a reserve bid to be announced. Horses and Mules 4 span of Good Work Mules, the ME rugged kind and mated; one Bay Gelding, 10 years old .weight 1500 Ins.; one Buckskin Gelding" 3 years, weight 1400 Ibs.; one Buckskin Gelding, 3 years, weight 1200 Ibs.; one Grey Saddle Horse, (j year old. weight Ibs., a good one; one Bay Marc, 3 years old, suitable tor saddle mare; one Grey Gelding, 8 years, weight 1300 Ibs.; one Sorrel Gelding, o years, weight 1400 Ibs.; one Roan Gelding, 7 years, weight 150C Ibs.; one Grey Mare, 9 years, weight 1250 Ibs.; one Bay Mare, 12 years, weight 1400 Ibs.; one Bay Mare, 12 years, weight 1400 Ibs; one Bay Gelding, 8 years old, weight 1400 Ibs; Berkshire Hogs 40 head brood sows, S months old. bred to a Registered Berk- shire Boar, to farrow in April, 1917. The kind you read about. 5 head Registered Berkshire Boars, eight months old. Chickens 5 dozen full blood Plymouth Rock hens; 2 dozen full blood Plymouth Rock cockerels. Machinery One Dain Overshot Hay Stacker nnd Buck Rakes; one hay rake; one four section lever harrow; one gang plow; one sulky plow; one Daln IGxlS hay press; one packer. per cent, of the net proceeds of this sale goes to the Patriotic Fund. TERMS Or SALE CASH, NO PROPERTY TO BE REMOVED UNTIL TERMS OF SALE ARE COMPLIED WITH. LUNCH SERVED BY COALDALE LADIES' AID J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. JNO. McD. DAVIDSON GRAIN BROKERS; DIRECTORY STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Our entire, organization It at your and with our exper- ience wo can aafoly guarantee to got you tho best prices for your grain at any.'time and tor any trade or kind ot (rain. y) FT o I Quota- a) Phone M 1922 Calgary Offloo 1866 Lethbridgo His. 1811 Lethbrldai dee Our Agents who are In your district J. A. CUMMINS tethbrldge Manager OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1484. SMITH, MURPHY CO. HEAP OFFICE, WINNIPEG Write or phone at our expense If you have grain to handle. We can assure you the best price the market stand and give you courteous service prompt returns. N. T. MACLEOD, LETHBRIDGE OFFICE SHERLOCK BUILDING TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12 At 2 o'clock At the Lethbridge Sale Barns mm .'Gfum CQ, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. "ALWAYS WORKING" You may make money by let- ting us bid on your next car of wheat, barley or flax. IT COSTS Our Winnipeg and Lothbrldge offices represent SERVICE. "TRY US" J. H. TALLING Local Manager Office Phone 1580 Residence 572 fFDRCjET: WAR VETERAN Auction Sale Of Household Furniture on Tuesday, December 12th COMMENCING AT 2-P.M. At 1010 Second Avenue S. W. L. WILSON, AUCTIONEER 13 INSTRUCTED BY THS OWNER TO SELL A QUANTITY OF 'USEFUL i HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS; INCLUDING 'SIcfeboard, beds, springs and'mattresses, dressers and stands, chiffoniers two sanitary couches, centre tables; chairs, two book shelves, refrlgera tors, bos spring couch, kitcien table; 'pictures, one drop head Singer Sewing machine, t nearly new, ons child's crib; one water power washing machine, stair carpet; one Waiitle one pair portieres; curtains and blinds; dishes; kitchen utensils and many other articles. TERM3 CASH NO RESERVE Please''notify CENTRAL PROVINCIAL CDHMITTEE EDMONTON. Howard Slutchbuty, Secji OR Returned Soldiers' Bureau, LETHBPJDGE, ALBERTA, J. R. -OLIVER, Secretary' The.men who have fought, and are fighting oui buttles, deserve consider ntion to a superlative" degree at the hands ot those who did not. go to the front. A.debtds'.diie them.that money cannot paj, bat tSat can1 be met m part by a due Appreciation proper attitude towards them for their gallantry and self-sacrifice rFind out what jobs in your community Make it a matter of pride foi employers to give the. first chance to a returned soldlex Bncour age the men to get baqk to -work Loafing is 'bad for them, as it is for ,'ny of us Tf you are an emploj er, gh e the returned soldier a fair show It rnai take a little time Jo' them to gel their bearings Have patience nith them, and encourage have suffered -so much for. Be in n position to advise tiie retm-ned feuld icr where to go in case of need 1! see one m any difficulty, try to help him out, or go with him where he can get proper Help the men have helped you. GRACE COAL PHONE C.O.D. ORDERS, 1809 DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY The Nursing Mission Provides- visiting nurses-'for mater- nity and all medical an'd.'.surfeical oases: (except contagious TdlscasBSi and charges according to, the clr ennistanees ol the patleiu Poor patients cirwl (or tree of charge Graduate nurses for private duty also provided further panic ulars apply to the Nursing: Mis'- elon, 413 14th St. S. Phone 1233. (Miss) A. M. Supervisor. (Mlti) M. Wilson, Grad. Nurse. (Miss) Bessie Cook, Grad. Nurse ;