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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta HIDcrta '^Jow Ratea: . ^aliTetany par, yew.    . by Bull.'per year......j ' felly, anil, per yeer..,j; 1.06 TILCPHONC8 /Office       Office .. ];AV Buchanan (Director 122* John Torranee -Business Manager ^INO".THE CIRCLE ... 'iU Ipftthvthe scene of conflict rapidty' ^j^rtlng toward* Greek territory, the-' wpriek government has .seen the im--fi�jjSpasibillty'. of avoiding longer a de-1 [j^^He announcement of her attitude, ^toward the allies, and Saturday's dls-atchea carried the news that the deads of the allies iiad been fully ssded to. This' means that^ hot 'will retreating allied armies bo -within Greek borders, but that Rallies may nse 8atoniki as a base InnreAtrlcted operations against her i�iT Relehsta.; betas the object bj � tern a.mob on Friday. ! 1MB THE REOPLE'S I BY GOES 1 The last annuali report of the de-ot customs ^shows that tor hiadred dollars of customs re-Bues collected the .actual cost of illactioa was 14.77, an increase from I.M in Mil. How has this startling been, brought v about in "so a^me? In some small degxifi. -be due to the decline in the lame ^jaf* importation following �taej Ikafgreater part of.  theBtaffi could and would do all r& vBlnce the .present minister stools has been in office six men oe^h placed to the old staff, C^^salary increase of over: ten. adxdollars annually. If this is sample it is no wonder our have more than doubled *hile the receipts are about the What has happened at Prescptt vis l&jhwre or.less, common alt; over the ?�oWtry, despite^the fact.that customs, renues'.have been falling off, com-: sd with what they were four or years- ago.; In Alberta there art"-|ft�tancea where the staff at custom �0Mlces has Seen - increased, though: ^fmainess is much less than it used to. vThe people ''pay the piper"' while litlcal favorites get the jobs and r-'the salaries. All this at a time, ^ when the people are being urged Economize. � ^ etplalhed Mrv ^SiUts t ___your duty to the government' should,''come before even your affec-tioDljibiiyojur. friends," observed, Mr. Thompson. f "Sure, that's' right," assented, the UanrbeAV^rinc the. time- he iier 4n the InvesUgat^; w. feage imd, The tiudentirttf- Queen?! Uhiveiaity, Kmgston,4ha*s.'elected pr.Jn: Robertson, re�^ ^jtlie Upivlasity., . J, Mai^n^;,%'^^ferbr?:,i-East; Lambton, is to be .appointed medical officer ol the 149th Battalion,'C.E.F. In the Presbytery" of London, Ont., church union has to' date a; majority of nearly 900. . - It is now^ believed 'that-Hamilton and Wentworth County will "raise about $600,000' tor the Patriotic Fund. Bap. R. Johnston,  a.  well known resident of Tongue Greek, Alberta, is dead, aged .68 years. He came west from Burford, Out.  Laval university's (Montreal) offer of a general hospital contingent tor service at the front has beta accepted by the British war office; Mrs. Minnie M. Gillett,,1 wife of Lewis Gillett, of Windsor, committed suicide by shooting herself^ She was suffering, fcom nilclancholy,, ; The congregation j>f Bruce* 'Avenua Baptist church, Windsor, has chosen Rev. W. A.'; Ashmore, ,B.?Aj, B.M., McMaster University, to succeed p. C. Cameron; resigned. Arthur Saylor was killed at Windsor'by falling 30 feet to a concrete foundation in the new building of the Ford TVfotor company* He ;was a night watchman. , Captain Wim McGregor, of Windsor, while uniting1 through, the railway yards, slipped and fell, his leg foing in front, of a passing engine, he leg . was aubse South Renfrew, is dead. i W. W. Hewitt, a laborer, was caught by the.police at Brockville selling liquor to the soldiers. He was I ?iven a fine of $300 or three months | in jail. . Leonard' Lambkin, of Hamilton, a relative of Sir Sam,Hughes, has inherited $75,000 from Lieut.-Colonel Lambkin and $25,000 from W. Main. He is a bugler in the 120th Battalion. If the Hamilton Council-consents to a proposition bv the Fire, Police and. Jail committee, the city prisoners will hereafter he employed to improve the municipal parks. The Berlin City Council declined to allow a plebiscite to be submitted to ratepayers at the municipal elections on the question of commission government. -Arrangements will be made to give the Canadian troops in the trenches and in England a fish dinner two or three times a week, the fish to be sent from Canada. Private Sherman Young, Picton, one of the invalided soldiers who arrived at Kingston to enter a convalescent home, spent six months as a prisoner of war at Giessen, Germany. .By. a �vote ot eight to four., .the Berlin, Ont., City Council decided to submit a Hydro-radial bylaw for' $779,000 to the ratepayers, Waterloo town-and township also voted in favor of similar bylaws, the former for $193,000 and the .latter for $521,903. Capt. Thomas Robinson, who had been County Clerk for a number of years, was appointed by the Middlesex, Ont., County Council to succeed his father-in-law, the late Mr.. A."M. McEvoy, as County Treasurer, Reeve John Stewart of Cfaradoc was elected to fill the position as clerk. ,'il^^aW have brought more serious,,SickWss, than* any other one thing, whj)e;weatc-S ening cathartics and stiniulatingsyrups: are often depressing mid'dangerOu^V v. ITie one best treatment for any cold--the one so often relied on when others fail, is the powerful bldotPnou'rishmcn^: in Scott's Emulsion, which.feeds-the'', very sources ^{bodily strength^p sup? press the present cold and generate:; strength to thwjirt further sickness, i.;.; Get Scott's first, not last-j-and insist on the genuine-always frpe from in-, jurious drugs. No advanced prices. . Stott tt Bowac, Toronto, Out.. 1J-JJ V, Pasteurised arid, . Carefully Handled The Crystal DalryCo PHONE 1576. Aid. Napoleon Giroux was chosen as one oi the . Montreal Board.. i>f Control to succeed Hebert; I resigned. The latter is now critically: ill.. !; David Cpwell, ot Brant ford, died at the hospital from a fracture of the skull .received in a row at the market: ' Complete Line of VICTOR RECORDS and MACHINES Always in Stock R. A. WRI G H T The City's Leading Jeweller Sgt. James of the 1st Artillery Brigade; a Kingston man, won pro motion and recommendation for the St. George's Cross for keeping' up held telephone communication' under heavy fire. Corporals Roslih and Gumblett, also of Kingston, won their promotion by carrying ammunition under heavy fire. The latest census figures for Ireland show an increasing population; However common this may- be in Ani-ierjca, or in the other countries of '4�77!�/ a rate of 80.8 per thousand; and .;ihe.'deaths 14,070, a rate of 13.4 per thousand. There were,only 3,511 emi-.Igtajats, so. that t6e net '.increase in ^^lationis'9,-500, a in your home Whenever you think of Chri^lmas, think of the Vidtrola-the Christmas gift. ViarolaVlir $53 Whk ISMmcI^ teiklMiMTidframr* OOMlc^iM!. mrmtW tUM  Other Victrolas from,$21 to $400 (on easy terms, it desired) at any "His Master's Voice" dealers iri any town: or city in Canada. Write for free copy of our 450-page Musical Encyclopedia listing-, over 6000 Victor . Records. : \.. BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE CO. LIMITED 143 Lenoir Street MONTREAL DEALERS IK EVERY TOWN AND CITY ONE PRICE FROM COAST TO COAST VICTOR RECORDS-MAUE IN CANADA LOOK FOR THIS MASTER'S' VOICE" JRADJ^MARK^ Mason & Risch, Limited Phone 791. 21 WESTERN BRANCHES. j; - 404 5th Street South. SI y 1 Jg^L^^Home For  Christmas to Eastern Canada ^" and UffftSCj StStGS Low Fares \ ^ A ',k Thi- Atjeni i oi Litei'dti . ^.CPtTERSOM' g�a�i�> /Went  WINNIPEG ' xaccMBCv _ a-oaataasoH h.t.ouffv __ j^t^a��W'-l^^a^a^v,^ Twenty �ranch Stores f H1AD OFFICI AND FACTOR!!*, TOFJONtd at Christmas Time and Ever Thereafter 'JtHtL MAtON A RlaCH PLAVKR-PIANO FROVIOM IT. �"is not only the peerless Instrument of its Mad to tall * cb'untry/but it is eicelled by NONE the world ovar. 'It' ' la the embodiment of the artistic, the maeleal aad'tlw : mecha^teal ideal, the climax of yean of indefatii�ble at* f6rt and genius. % at is a Christmas gift that will make your famijy^hap* �iv.."�...�'j"'.py on The Oreat Day aad EVERY day, for yeara to. eome. a lasting, sensible and pennanif the Monday supper table is a bit discordant, with the official soother too tired to "pour o^l on troubled waters." How unnecessary it all Is! If a man had to do the washiag,  how long-do^^mr^mr^40^i:k !ipfihse;. -Kl1i}w!\^f0^0M^ -(an6w'.'',a>.m6nu''.tor'the Bide of, the tub.  it back^agaln. -^'r m ....J i .a r.lf'iTlt'tltp an A . trivet l# a ..... Tfva� wMrn - ma . intAmnfl* If you write .me promptly enough, I can plan' the shipment to have the' w**ner arrive at Christmas time. If-you want it, as a Xmas gfft, mention this ^polnt^ specially whan you write. ,"� � ; ' I have an easy payment' plan about whlcK I'll-tell you also if you're, interested.' Wtftofarmy Booklet today-nlon't wait-/until too tate.r Address jute personally: ;