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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TIITC' DAILY TTERAU) THURSDAY, DECEMBER M, 1916 lithbrftge Derate e, Hlbcrfo 'DAI LY AN D WEEKLY: Subscription Rates: delivered, per weoh Daily, delivered, per year Daily, by mail, per year lOc ..55.00 is not enough. Peace umat Imve a surer guarantee. Mr, Catno, ft nil hero ho expresses tho thought, not only of nil the allies, but of the whole noittral world, snve whatever small part of it may still bo under subjec- tion to the Gerninu of thinking, tells what that guarantee must be: But though such of us as know his- tory and human view of war and ite probable results have never Weekly, oy mail, per year ......51.50 .Weekly, by mail, per year to TELEPHONES -Business Office............... '-1252 Office ................1224 W. A. Buchanan John Torrance 'Managing Director Business Manager Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- ;-pear drMy on address label.' -Accept- vnnce of papers after expiration date la :our authority to continue the subscrip- tion. for or dreamed of the ester- Your King and Country need you right THE PROGRESS 'OF THE WAR -1 Germany's peace proposals are ac- cepted by the British and French pa- mi tuition of Germany as aji empire, we Ituve, indeed, hoped for and dreamed of tho destruction of the Ger- man' political ideal which is based, as we1 see it, on the ideajhat civilization, culture, and the general'welfaro. of the human family are secured by the timriiuibn 'aiid tyranny of the sword, with its inevitable consequences of violation, of the liberties-of Kttlo nations and the general Germanizing of the'world. After two and a half years of war. wo-see no sign yet that has parted company with this ideal and. therefore, no indica- tion of a peace that could be built on Christian principles of the equal rights of all peoples. AVbe'n a people possessed of thefun- conquerable spirit that has made Eng- lish history illustrious as the chronicle of achievements in the cause of hu- man liberty, when great nations like France, Italy, and Russia, stirred by the same resolve, enter upon and pvr-! sue in that firm tempe.r so ereat. anj undertaking as the present war, some; PICKED UP PASSING W. B. Bailey, of Ashcrott, Carl-, The late Knrn, tho Wood- stock organ and piauo manufacturer, left an estate valued at Canadian treoiis have arrived safely in England, tliu 163rd (French-Cana- dian) battalion, 5tli i'ioncor buttallou, artillery draft and. naval details. A .dock capable, of. accommodating ocean-going.vessels is reported com- pleted ,nt Fort- Nelson, on Hudson'i Bay., Several pullman-cars are bolug con- bou pioneer, is detul. The Dickson, Bridge Works at Campbelil'ord, Out., wore destroyed by fire. James Warliam'.'. past .grand master ot tho "Jl'rentico Boys" of eastern On- tario, died itt Belleville. V Hoove Ilysda'e, of Stamford, ward- of the county 6C Wellund, has loiiued the kbaki. Seventeen buildings, including; were destroyed by fire at St. George, N. B. Lieut. James A. Williams, sou of tiie Bishop ot Quebec, has been killed in action. Mrs. John Hart, wife of Kev. John Hart, of the I-ondon Coui'ereuce, died recently at St. .Mary's, Orit. The Bishop' of Fredericton induct- ed the Rev. U. A. Itobinson as rector of the parish of Stanley, N. B. The Anglican missions in "India are suffering severely for the want of "pers as but a diplomatic trap set by transforming change must be wrought! men, a direct outcome of the war. a ciiimiug but over-boastful tfaem or in tneir foe before any genius. With one accord the news-! external influence can be exerted papers of both allied powers reject the either with justice and propriety or advances with contempt, as merely] "Kb hope of success for tha hasten- inn effort to place the allies in a of peace. The hope not merely The little- 9 mouths' old sou, of Mr. and Mrs. D. Coulter, Ta'oer, verted -ut; Moncton. into-, hos- pital cars, at tho request of the Mili- tary Hospitals Commission.--- Gananoque Board of Trade decided to ask. the government to levy a tts for the Patriotic -Fund, to replace' tho present voluntary Madison Square Garden, New York's famous amusement amphi- theatre, was purchased for 000 in a foreclosure sale by-the New York Life- Insurance Company, which asUhe only bidder. Rev. Alexander" NaydovitcH, a for- mer member -of the Homan .'Catholic church, was ordained at the luiij afterward, establishing "in the most1 clared EOBie men vere -wearing definite manner the right of moustaches and that was the .to the Dardanelles and to ihe front the-v ever ;nople, cpnflrms officially what bas Now watch the rush to tiie long been rumored and believed. The promise of such a realization of the hope and necessity of Russia! be a powerful impulse to the; national patriotism. The enthusiasm -of that vast awakened people is; stirred not merely by the seen again in the fall of :Stuermer, to overthrow German domir .nance and influence, but by the fjunity to fulfill a-strong and-lasting .Economically on paper, to be sure, as yet, the long- Bought outlet of tiie Black Sea.and access, to the- Mediterranean. But is much more than that in the 'Jlussian popular feeling. Byzantium vils a holy city to who lhave crusaded against" the Ottoman A religious emotion supple- the economic' motive, and to ,tfce' Slav temperament is even more appealing. Barnes, the jiew British min- ister of pensions, visited Lethbridge ia-the early part of the war, and those who" met him were.greatly impressed h his sound common sense. He is a labor leader. Sir 'Robert Borden has every loyal, peace loving Canadian with him in his declaration that there can't be any truce .-in this .form of- inconclusive peace, wbicl would prove and establish nothing would be wicked, irre trievable, inexcusable, blind and blind jng waste such as we dare not for one moment contemplate. ;We think such a peace would be treason to the dead disloyalty to the living, an assault on the authority of government, an open appeal-to the lawlessness of aua-rhy a deliberate outrage on the principles of patriotism, and even on the sacred precepts "of religion. The war must go on until its pur- -man gave to-Columbia 'University, New with the stipu- lation .that his name not to be known. Our guess is" that it wasn't Andrew, .Carnegie, for Andrew never gave- anything .away that he didn't look for bis name to be plastered on it in return. jiObe ia the fepling and-the determination of tho British people and their allies, because It is only when Germany has beeii made to realize that she is in the wrong that "we can approach a dis- cussion of a peace that will be. pqr- jnanent because based not merely oh military necessity but on a practical recognition of the precepts of moral law." That is the only sure founda- tion. And "of such a realization we no sign in 'Germnjjy at present." .Mere-lip service .profession -of re- pentance, what we might call formal We read that Gen. Botha partici- pates in a- bye-election campaign in South Atrica. Evidently Botha sees wrong about filling vacancies in the South African parliament dur- ing the war. There are 13 vacancies in the Canadian House of Commons and the- majority have been vacant for more than a year. Why are they not la Sir Robert Borden afraid to test .the feelings of the electorate? An Alsatian a New York paper i "A complete change of the present German in- removal of the Hoherizol- 1 eras, is necessary before the thought of treaties can enter the minds of .the allies." And then he aunt, .Molly -Stobhs, were smothered! to death by smoke in a small: fire' which took place at the home of God- frey DiderJy, Elmwood, Winnipeg. PREMIER WIRES PROF. A. SHORTT TO COME TO B. C. Victoria, Dec. Brew- ster today wired to Prof, Adam Shprtt chairman of the Dominion'Civil Ser- vice commission, to come out to this province and assist in the installation of a civil service system hero that will bo effective. This is the first, move-of the new government to abolish the old patron- age system which has been the cause of much complaint: in this province and lias for the inefficiency so laarUed under the Bowser-McBHde regime for the past thirteen years. Before final- ly obtaining the., .services of Adam Shortt, Brewster was given the consent 'of Sir Robert Ear- den for the civil service expert's sistance. News that the government is setting to work immediately on; this policy" which Avas one of those> of Boar war advocated during the campaign and; fame was shot and killed by Villa I which was made the subject of .many j bandits at his bis alfalfa ranch from the opposition at Mexico. His father died recently in i that time, is received here as a fur- Philadelphia where another sonStner indication of the absolute sm- lives. Snyman is said to have been a Verity to the Brewater government Helps the System to Cure Itself. Dr. CHAS. F. FORSHAW, D.Sc., F.R.M.S., a Will -known British Scientist, writes Never take Salines or Purgatives for Constipatio to force Bowel action is to the trouble and create the Constipation habit. I recommend u a tuptrJor and convenisnt treatment 3r. Cassia's Inttant Taka Dr. CaaxeWt Instant Relief for constipation, biliousness, lor- e ditzinesa, specks tie pid liver, sick headache ditzinesa, specks the eyes, and windy spasms, acidity, heartburn, impure blaod, and that dull, heavy feeling which is a sure- indication of liver troubles. Pries 5O Cants from all Druggists and Storekeepers. or direct from the sole agents for Qmada. Harold ,F. RitctLia and Co., Ltd., ID, McCaul Toronto. IVar 2 ceuis eitra. Dr. Cassoll's Instant Relief is tha companion to Dr. Cassill's Tablets. Sole Proprietors Dr. Casscll's Co.', Ltd.. UancheatojTEngland. Dr. Cassell's DKIECTORY OF CHAIN BROKERS R N i RAIN bought outright or L bundled OTI ('0111 miss Ion, ETURNS- mude day us received. LL ohoqucs for this district k issued by our Leth- bridge branch. N direct touch with teuro- "neun "buyers through our own export department. ONE better equlpptTi' to give you service. James Richardson and Sons, Limited SQ1-'Sherlock Bldg. Phone 777 Established-1857 ,W. J.. Lloyd, Mpr.-nes; Phpne 365 yi.M. Clark, Acct.Roa. Phono 1613 STRONG GRAIN and Commission Merchants Our entire orgsjiljitiqj U it your service and jvlth our exper- ience wo can safely guarantee to get you the best prices tor your grain at any'time and for any grade or kind of grain. Phone M 19M For Office Lothlirldgo Quota- nan. 1611 Lcthbrldse) tloni. 3ee Our Agents who are In your district. J. A. CUMMJNG Lethbrldflo Manager British subject." with regard to its pre-election prom- ises. THE NEW CAPITAL OF RUMANIA This map shows the general direction in the ancient capital, Bucharest, which the Riimanian gbyernment.-'iiag left for the time tielng. anua itiftiior; believed though he speak the This writer, coming from a conquered possession of, Germany, tasn't .forgotten the "scrap of paper" eai meat of Belgium. APPOINT RETURNING OFFICERS Victoria, Dec. offi- :ers for the by-elections have been .ppointed as follows: Vancouver, .Tas. Bawden; Na- Thomas Booth; Dewdney, Cranbrook, Charles John L. rjnce Jlupert, Fred G. Dawson. The ;oramiaslons" oE these officers will be to the principles of moral sent-0ut'Immediately. Fragrance sweet, natural fra- grance of Ivory Soap shows that it is made of high grade materials. When you use it there is no question about Duality. You know that it is exactly what it is claimed to a mild, white, pure soap of the highest grade. S CENTS IVORY SOSP Procter 4 Gambit factories in Hamilton, Canada The Measure of a Man is often taken by the charac- ter of his clothes. So if you would1 create a good impress- ion, if you would gain ad- mission inhere carelessly clothed? men. are denied, make us your tailors, As an intro- duction clothes of our tailor- ing are unexcelled. Creighton Bros. Tailors to Men 604 3rd Ave. S. Calgary Branch, 126 Eighth Ave. E. GRAIN GO, LETHBRIpGE, ALTA. "ALWAYS WORKING" You may make money by let- ting us bid on your next car ot wheat, barley or lias. IT COSTS vpu NOTHING. Our Winnipeg and Lethtridge offices represent SER.VIQE. ''TRY US" J. H. TALLlNB Local .Manager Office Phone-1580 Residence 572 OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1484. SMITH-MURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD Write p.r.pjipne. at.our.MP'n50 If you hayp.gfajo.tq.handle. We can assure you best price the market stand and give you courteous wrvlca prompt returns: N. T. MACLEOD, MA', >GER UETHBRIP.GE OFFICE SHERLOCK GRACE, COAL PHONE iso9 QONT Winter Excursions Low Round Trip Fares TICKETS ON SALE DAILY, DECEMBER 1st TO 31st. TO TORONTO, HAMILTON, LQNppN, WINDSOR, OTTAWA, KINGSTON, MONTREAL, QUEBEC, ST. JOHN, .HALIFAX AND All Points in Eastern Canada Final Return Limit THREE MpNTrlS from date of issue. 'vTo-Atlantic Seaports In connection wjtli ocean tickets via all V Steamship to the OLD COUNTRY Return Limit FIVE- MONTHS from, date of issue. to St. C-sdar HapidS; .Ghlcagoj Council Bluffs, Des Mo'ines, Dubuque, Fort Dodae, Kansas City and other United States Points Filial-Return Limit THREE MONTHS from date of Issue, To Vancouver, Victoria and New Westminster Tickets on Sale December 4th to 9th, 1916. January 8th to 13th and February 5th to 10th, 1917. Final Return Limit April 30th, 1917. For full information apply to any Canadian-Pacific Ticket Agent, or write, R. DAWSON, Dittrlct Paiiengir Agent, Calgary, THE. WAR VETERAN IJ.WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Please nnhfy JEENTRAL PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE Howard Stuicbbwy, fffcjt R Returned Soldiers' ALafKTA, J R OUVER, The men who fought, anil are [ightlng our b'attles.dese.rve consider- ation to a sujerlativo at the hands of those'who dill'not fco to tho front. A debt Is cannot pay, but that can be mot in part by a due appreciation proper ..tiitwle towards them (or their gallantry and selt-Bgorllliie Find out what Jobs vacant in your community Make it a matter of pride for employers to give the first chance to a returned Encour age the men to get back to work Loadng Is bad for thorn, as it is for any of us. If you are-an'employer, give the returned'soluIeK a. fair: show. It .may take a little time for them to get. .tlieir bearings jiaie patience with them, and encourage have suffered so much for you Bo m a position to advise. returned sold- ier to go 'a cas.e of need If ;.you SLO one injwy_dlftlcuHy, try to -Kelp him out, or go with him he can get proper men who have ;