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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOF, TEN THK LKTUHWIKIE DAILY HERALD FIUDAY. DECEMBER It. 101? NoBetter Salt in the World lIltBEGRAVEilSASIERiO (1 SumUlou Herald! i ho the re tors' I sm voice In the riWu (hero comes Ultpalchcs anilnusly. for 1 a c i 'position ot opportunity and rcspous across the the toswsk t J warning from -Major (Canon) Allan V. R tShaticrd.' formerly pastor of St. JL i James' church.'Montreal, and now sen- THE CANADIAN SALT CO. LIMITED Itlon ot opportunity and respons U Is my privilege to'sneaK t thousands of these men every week and I can therefore do much t ..tor chaplain to the wholo .Canaan overseas: "U conscription is i not tarried it v t ,ni be ih. gravest signing and 16 tie oiiiie (rank. (raU oMhe Itat Lwfer U FIX FUEL PRICES really haags upon that question. 1 Are much concerceil over here because we are quite satisfied that the Issue Is men.' than the psoplo at i t h to oMaatB conscrji> home Tho Canadian people j in ,-gsuJ? i teU you solemnl> r.e-.v leader coulem ._.., Boruca is takin Is lutu his cubrnet. Is th lie fouslit parly to o.ltulaate conscriij Wasbir-ston, Dec. antl Joreijn bunker prices tha fuel adminis- irr.tlon yesicrJay at JI.oo a ton lugher ihan the domesne price scale, heretofore eipcri .ml bunker haa sold the fis- ures ?ei for sale? within iha United The new price vail uiiply to all ccmciries ei- eejjt Canada and Mexico. The increases vrere al- tha fuel adimniairator savs, to give to American pro- duccrs profits that hc.ra boen taken by foreign dealers. mast lu some way be to see that I' time !s crUicsl beyoni essggera- tiiMi." M4jor. Shatford's letter, which was written liefore yie line-up (or the pres- ent political tattle began as lol- U.T Dear Senator hare ear Ine ULAIRMOKE (FYcKtl Our own lilalroiore, Dec. .qilr. wage was .In Ututruioro arfacg-' ng tho scu'.c ot wages for the ccordlus to the cost of Uvlus. Kov. Fulton U back la his purplt .jalu. He returned from, Catgi'rf uuch Improved iu hearts. U liev, Fulton and Younk ot Frank excluded last SutBsy evening. s Mr. XrvhUuM ot Calgary was !u towa in the. Interest of sodal service wort .Ihls week. He taking notes ou how Ibe lluuor act Is bclue enforced. J. F, Hunter su-J Dr. Ullle, Sr.. eavs Iho young people at tha Union Church an Interesting evening at their last lueetlug. llov. Fulioii will address the meeting aestsoveulng. Miss Hoofe of tha school slaft has been sick for a days Mrs. IVir-1 dressed Iho constituents of Frank sou Is taking her utuco lu the. primary i Wednesday afternoon lu tho hall. la grades, uivUI slw recovers. Iho eveulug ho give a stirring address Sergl. Aiidy Dowers arrived, homo I to an Imcrcstcii audlem'o lii tin Unlou last week as eiiiecW'i. He had Bain-: hirrowvns experiences at Vim) Rlilgo. too. Illsleft arm-was sliiiltoriMl by siiraimoi. At present ho has no uss of He-Is one'of tho many iilatr- more Doyij' we. are proud of. ('hurclt. Ho goes lu iomor- The referendum Idea is tho laat refuge of tho slacker, tho pro-Ueriuaa Mr. l.ecch, K.C.. of .Winnipeg tho cowards. people must in some way be made to see that this time is critical beyond eiagserallon. Carnot sometUing be aoue even yet to elimiuate the- party issue and muke the election a straight war issue? Let the whole country realize that Canada's future depends been we'ntinir for some t me to write upon her full and determined prosecu- you In the hope ol discovering the lion ot the vrar. Every ava lable dolbr eiact condition of things politically iis and man mus! ho put behind the SOT- Canada. We are much concerned over matters the here because we ere quite satistled government fce Conservative, or l.io- that the is uio.-e tremendous eral. But let no mistake he made that than the ptopla at home think. If con- the government 15 a certain and vig- v scrlption Is not carried It will he tho orous war government. You will tor- gravest disaster that could happen In give my writing so I lives ot-our lighting men. Every- know your pos'tion and Itsfluiuee and thing reilly hanss upon that oues-'am convinced that your last ounce of j'oa. Our'men "have don9 manilfie-. strength is in this struggle. The best Is everywhere conceded evidence Is the surrender ot your boy. that" the Canadian corps is the finest; Can you give me something Uiat will message to the troops with PLEADED NOT GUILTY New York. Dec. Liam arnlj._ In every Mrase_! oarirless sjotas to 5000 men. A big storm lights Ireland" in order to" foment further we put tbo'much strain upon It some- welid and Impressive. I, mnst have .i-.- __ _ _ f e Vine fir binrl nf m US" ahin will.snap; There was'never an a shostly kind -of preacher hour when we reqn'red.mors cheer-1 stand ng m. the fitful light ot a tallovr ing encouragement! Oef1ads must ha How -wonderful to heal fte 'country Is behind lads sing the veree after I read tfiem-lf or the decision ot the Can- It: when they.conld- adian (leclorate that fact is revealed, n't remember the words! are on iihejuture is assured.. If on IhD other mqvejust now so.packmg Is the hand there Is any uncertainty about the approaching election it par- alyze our effort .and take the heart out of our brare boys. What is tie order of the day." All good Trishes'anil a thousand regards. slaccrelr yours, "ALLAN SHATFORD." Give It When Feverish, Crosa, Bilious, For Bad Breath or.Sour Stomich. LOOK at the tonpae Mother! If coat- ed. It is a sure sign that your little oneY sternach, liyer and towels need a gentle, tioroiagh cleansing at once. When peeTish, cross, listless, pale, flcesa't sleep, doasn't eat or acL ursliy, :pr is feverish, stomach sour, breath had; has stomach .ache, sore throat, diarrhoea, fall of cold, giTe a tcaspoonful of "California Syrup and in _a few boara all the foul, constipated -waste, undigested and eoiir fcile gently mores out of Its If tile bowels without griping, and you bare a vrcll playful child again. You needn't coai sick children to take this harmless "fruit they love its delicious taste, and It al- ways maKes them feel splendid.- Ask yo'ur druggist for a 50-cent bottle of "California Syrup of which has directions for babies, child- ren ''of all ages and for grown-upa plainly on the bottle- Beware of count- erfeits sold here. To be suio you get the genuine, ask to see that it Is made by "California Fig Syrup Com- pany." Refuse any ether :tind 'Jwn rron-Jent) Corrley, Dec. cl the no- ticeable features ottos election cam didate in iDt-SL Henri, that for "put It iras not tie dnty oJ e. blsiop to declaring his intention to poll a vot such atatements as His Lordship (or the first time I London hid made, tbe.mayor in- his life, "It Is not a Question o[ poll slsted, and he added: "The ot t but o! principle." There is al) priest Is in the chuich." I no qaestloa ebon 3Iayor Martin 7aied Inilignant be- return on election cause women at a women's Liberal' meeting in Westmount yesterday af- ternoon ihid hechlsd Hon. R. Lemieux. Ke declared that the men of Quebec were as loyal a: "the jingoes of tftrio." The Eye, Ear and Nose" of a Suit Doctors who specialize in their. practice become expert jn their particular specialty, and men and Women seek them out >vhen they are afflicted with (lie malady to which the doctor has devoted hig study and experience. Thirty tailors contribute to the niaking of each individual suit; arid each tailor is a specialist, having become expert in the mak- ing of his specialty. jOne man makes collars, ;Another makes pockets. >A third makes linings. A fourth fits the lining. A fifth shapes the shoulders. A sixth sews in And thus the thirty specialist's produce a Semi-ready Coat, and the Chief Examiner pronounces it good before there is sewn in the pocket the "Shield that Shields." London, Dec. Austrian of- ficial statement renewing the recent attack on the northern Italian front that In the four drya of fighting !n the Meletta region 369 officers and more than men were made pris- oner. The capture also IE reported ol 233 KtiD3, 233 machine .four quick (lreF3, 81 m'ne firera and a quantity of other N Enemy Holds Sama Trenchet Italian JleadquarterB In Northern Ilaly, nee. the Associated I three days flghltng on f.-ont between the Bren- la and Piave rivers, the eneroy la hold Ing trenches on Col BarctU and the summit of Monte Spinucia, but all the rest of the Italian lino la In its original position. This'is the enemy's third success ve atlack with the ob- ject of.breaklDg through to the The ailor KXCtUMVB For. TAILORIN6 .Montreal, Dec. Emllten Borlhelet marrlel tfce first cousin o Ma deceaied wife wllliout having ob talned dispensation Irom tho Roman Catholic chnrch to do the arch bishop ot Montreal dlsaolred the mar rlage on Noyemher 15, 1S13, thl relationship, In tha eyei ol the arch bishop, bar to tho mar rlage. Yeslerflaj this ecclesiastics decree was confirmed In (he court by Mr. Jpsllc'e Allard, on Iho pe rtlllon of Ihe second wife, Flor Ur- The second marriage tack place In SI. James church on AprilI 1903. "When the cerem6ny tooli said the Jurlge, "Ihe ptiltfoner waj In good faith; she dtd not khow of her rela- tionship lo for kmkwd'i The Coming of a GREAT ENGINE i It Makes High Power Out of Low Grade Gas Men who drive cars are face to face with a condition that 'becomes more 'and more .v That .condition is the :cohstantly d6- dining, grade of gasoline. >r; v ''Nearjy.eyery engineer has said goodbye 'forevef'to high-grade gas. the moment, and possibly for al! time, multi-cylinders, counter balanced crankshafts, ;and little tricks with -valves give to the t "gas Every alert engineer is bending his utmost' to make ''one drop' of gas now do the work of Just as great situations produce great men, so out of this, condition has come a great engine. It is a .Chalmers. It makes -high power out of low grade Compared with other, engines of the size or thereabouts, it shows More power More rapid acceleration Greater economy Greater length of life Greater smoothness And an arnazifig ability to start quickly on a cold day, and to up" without delay. The Chalmers engine is a simple one. That is one reason why it is.so good. In many engines of the moment the gas passes oh its way from the carburetor to the cylinder through a tunnel, which, runs all the way through the engine block. Before the gas gets to the cylinder it is forced many sharp angles and does not become completely mixed with the air. This results in raw gas running into not only one but all the cylinders, particularly when the car' is cold, and especially when running for the first five or ten miles. In the case of the Chalmers engine this type bf intake manifold has -been com- pletely eliminated A new manifold'termed "The'Rarhs- has been constructed of simple1 piping- It'is on the.exterior of the engine. is a manifold, of easy curves so that there arejio for the raw gas to lodge beirpusHed into the cylinders. The next development Avas to give the gas the proper amount of ;heat after it came from the.carburetor. ._ What is termed a "hot is built in at the top of the throat of the carburetor so v that the gas coming straight up from the carburetor hits the "hot plate the dimen- sions of which have been worked'out very scientifically, and then passes around the easy curves of the smooth manifold in per- fect state and at the.proper temperature of the cylinders. v case of this Chalmers engine has been'proved. 1. On August 1 and 2, Joe Dawson. drove a Chalmers equipped with this same engine miles in 24 ,and farther than anyone ever before had traveled on land, sea or air. If'there's, a flaw in pattern, or part, a .solid day of bitter, brutal speed will.find it. 2: There; are over Chalmers containing this engine "use.., They." check up past Thereforpi" the' Maxwell Motor pany, which has leased The MotorCompany, has put this gine, a.n.d accordingly the Chalmers car, v automobile, is'.the enginej'and no car can be a bit better than its engine. So you are safe in writing your check for a Chalmers. President and General Manager Chalmers Motor Car Company TOURING CAR, 7-PASSENGER TOURiNG SEDAN TOWN CAR LANDAULET TOUTING CAR, 5 PASSENGER CABRlOLET, 3-PASSENGER LIMOUSINE, STANDAPxD ROADSTER CAR, 7-PASSENGER faw .LIMOUSINE LANDAULIiT ALL PRtVES'F.O.B.AVALKERVILLE SUBJECT TO ClfANGEi WITHOUT NOTICE D. S. 320 9th Utbbridge, AlWtr ;