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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TAOB FOOR THE LETH EIRCE pAILY. HERALD FRIDAY, DF.CEMBRR 13, V WeeKLY' Dally, Daily, delivered. ......11-60 null, par-year .....'.J5.PO Woekly, by mall, per yenr Weekly, by mall per year to U.S..J2.00 Dales ol eiplry o[ tubicrlptloiis'ap- pear dally on Accept- expiration date la lof continue the iub- Ecrlplion. HENRY FORD IS NOT A PROTECTIONIST Henry recent candidate [or M. S, Ecnalor In Michigan, but- 'known S3 one biggest nianu-' the world, Is not a pro- tectionist.7 "The men who want a high protec- tive lie WE, "are the who aro trying to jet aw'ay.wUh poor Quality Eo make a lifger profit thanfth'e'y ire entitled IQ." Thus lie einoses h'isif'protecllonlsm as' the tiling It U, beneath the disguises In' wblcb, In every land, it clothes Itself, parading aa Pol- Jcy and "Nobody should be allowed to hold land tbu he'can profitably Henry Ford. "I do not belleie that anyone should be permitted hold land cntiot lisa." to public "ownership rallroMa tl3 Tiews are no less- cltar-cot 'Mid decided. "1 do not he says, "that the ptople are going to bo will- ing to let Uie railroads go after the war, Into tic hands ot the "crowd Ihst were running.them for tieir own tenefit." -V- v Mr. Bummlns np of hia con- Ticllons'and principles follow: y> fight for a at table. All our lalo lull-Cor- and pjclfisus pro little machine-he W'eslfs.lijche Zeitung, and then. Ca3- eell's Saturday Review of Ixindbn dryly oiserred, "Bnt otherwise, counie, ire an all right." During been passing, what a wonderful solace and .comfort the Vktrola has been I In the home as well as in tiie far distant dugouts behind theUnes of battk .It has rendered an immeasurable service, giving pence of mind, courage, even joy and exhilaration that could be gained through no other channel. U has soothed the sorrows of grief stricken mothers and families, and bolstered up battered nerves of the during between Che battles. J No matter where the) beejiflieard, whether in the quiet solitude of one's own home, or in the tempestuous area of the" world's great I i t .Ill VICTROLAS and Up cheer and consbuiloh. It bringi'-to lyovl 'the world's greatest artists, choirs, and choruses orchestras, of renown entertainers humorous, and serious ud dance music that awakens in you the full joy of living. If you have no Vic you are losing a marvelous are denying yourself- the companionship of ihe greMest entertainer ft'. U.the world. '_ demonstrate the Victrola for y.b'u-'and you may become the happy owner of one for Christmas.? We haye'specialized of the Victrola for yelrs-We am you; unequalled Victrula and Victor Record sen'ice. BEST PLACE TO Buy YOUR VICTROLA AND VICTOR RECORPS, Favorite Victor Records I. MWl .uitt't ICh LIIUI I. jUcBijM. ML Irii. fltiif (Mir; tut "f.OME.OFTKEVICIBOU" 'THOUSAIlks or TWKNTY BRANCH STORES SLOCK, FIFTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE The Spokane Spokes man-Review 5n- ticiptticg visit from King Qeorje :of manufactures in It thejdntj didn't exist, the Canadian and Atner kan pricec would eriutl. THE QUESTION OF FOOD FOR GERMANY Oernraay has enoogS food, Mccrd tne lo some estimates, to last will hlm'al! Ihe'ragal thirds of the ttae to the barreEl. Not bit of it. Ho wUl not and the' frontier are crown on htfi head nor be dressed "in PA JGKED UP INU ASSING FOR THE liUSY MAN" r Onlarlor o'teHoro- bt-cocaine olher'nsrco- 'rTlicrcj company, t- Oafiadfan. I 'vl. 'r.' reported la eiile s the fiailon so commonly attribnted: LOXDOX, Deo. requires but little imagination to the norial comniunlcaKon In such a country as Canada, where a Victoria is one of nearly thousand miles, A. Blair-was elected maj-o: Her.' Mayor C. R. Soiiiervllla-has _____ ly announced th.nt lie will not be nt Mich., Doc. .candiilatp lor the.ianyor's .chair' in Eomo hope has been London, .OnU, nt-x'- year. -Pressure cf aroused through tho story brought given :'i his lo.this atparaer.Mldlanil rcamn for Klng.t.hat one., pf the Fronch He. jpiiqiLKei' joihi; .'to .Fr.ince mine with their t- .c-iirly ,-_ _ 75 men ia Is supposed- Eliallcred at nicharttaon'Day, on _. in Count Karolyi. took.-n -proinl-. Iho north shore, little faith la given ol-city of the'hos- nent ip.-ir! iii Uie'receot procliiMflon, 'clue to ft -rnessagh Calgary voted overwhelmingly favor of- city owi pttals. are euggerated to klnis. He wilLappear ai an ordlp (he most eie'itjag '.contesls- ever-'wlt-1 treal, Ottawa, i Toronto, tm the press tppeil ary civilian, not any more dressed nessed In a: municipal Calgary ani! or'In Aus-'. to the Entente sympathies." Oerman up than Woodrow Wilson. i feureite population Uirough j the war, and only i have! of a Hungarian from Fort Wllliain conlridlctlng lha in a nndanest' h.ayc at- J. JsT. Drodle, former resident of Vic- tempted suicide ln.cleHp3ir.of.lhe sue- loria, B.C., died In He was cess of his efforts to.-re-conslrnci Hun- .MAGRATH, -ifler one o! passing such cenlres as Quebec.-Mon- i a.former director ol the N. A. hank. says a.Central A'ews. despatch from Amsterdam. .The count's at- Winnlpeg war veterans want ,m. .tempt to INCREASE ALLOWANCE d In Magrsth'-Jnri J, A.; Rirle .v Sir Arthnr Currie mayor over his opponent. Mayor flen- coast from Brisbane to Perth, through (he lam 'niori.' No ih'o1-'-large'st ''vole" Sydney and Melbourne; ii Ellghtly'lhn-: .ds from which they migrated. piat greatest namely the MlmeapolJs, "birt. not tmHl tie.monfts thoce whom Ihjy hare Blarred have fed. TOien there la tjjhorl- who riicmld Bel- giaa women ihd 'children, o> tie- An eianrinatkm ot the hold a' high place in maHoh of hla fellow-countrymen. gained 100. for; conn- citlors '.resulted as follows: A.. Mercer, 203; A." Miller, _ j Fowler, 213; D. It. Toomer, 1GO; J. .The Toronlo Telegram Is now xor- H 15S- .A. coloman. 113. shipping at the shrine of Hughes, oi School trustees: Jas. Parkinson, 238; Anitralia, and in between bows to that J- 11- Turner, 231- C. Jensen, 201; stones at proDlcm'ot the future relations another of theys'elf-soverning ol the British Empire. lorbno states to lie rnilling business at Dres- itlen, Ont., and Mcllta, Man. Mrs. Vcrnon famous.tlancor TO GET ORDERS FROM EUROPE At the OaeljUi municipal uleclion Ihe ratepayers be by anlhorities tor. vnlprnialion In Is throwlne; stones' at "OTTAWA, Dec view of Ihn plebiscite if IKcy ,nrc" in tnvor ot conncctlo-.l vfitti tliiv.doa.lh m-rt, >drcnr. tha Genaill Rt. Hon. U. L. Borden. Eorden, retiring'councillors ''are Harold -ieccsslly of rronipi ncllnn on the nprt tvvo-nlatoon sy-tra for the tire H.W? C.irlton irtlciir-li.'flralrffn.oflll. o( th. I hi, laulls. bm he h mighty Wood, K.I'ingree Tannar and. J. n. K ihls country Is lo sS.cnre brigade. Hole 'savor any Urge araonnt of com-1 up with egotism, that he is trying Jo and rarkinson 'who wls' Immediate or'ganizallon, ot tKc lou In tha United It'.il dictate lo rTngland as well as Au'slrK- rg the trade commls- a3 any other T.-P.S IB a'foke with In' V. le'w., days .-now all the Sir chairman AJrjlral Dailgcr, of Ihe-general ho: Dvted Genmij wtm II beitt tbli Ultni XE-.V tbal tie Allied Ind- tram Preuicn and tlojd GftorgB and Prealdent Wilson doirn lo Itis wlw country cdttura all over America, hod agreed to tie pro- Tleknlng of Germany. Does this aud- tha Scriptures arc oftentimes den and cotrtrurjtd irhlne, In which wronnly In orrter lo suit In- Bftrtrwt ol.lhe yeoplc. premier, on the other hand, is higlilr retpKled. -m n lew. nays-now aii'iue wa-ic'1--1 --r---------- grath 'iri England and commTsalotf. 1s m'tHc of (he_ nsv7. _. r. Jn iic-r tne lo prci'.Viu a nlfiht ,by .n c United States by Jfl1rj ns A denUi she Mrs. .Cattle's j'Qom.'.iiust. pactfltt always quotes the Scriptures IQ defence of his attitude. Oenntn dlrlonrabi ntlllzed tlia fofcea of women djlldraa, i merelT that Qermur wants or sra we te mldat of anothW V olteiiirVe, 'i by Its Teutonic to jpltt tho AHlH OD the question of ,1 pltyr prorlsroofc, ,uM WrfBi'VIndrGss for our (hia ,clam-, or