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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HUOAY. IM-X'.KMHKH II, 1017 THE 'LF.iimiunttfc -J.W.Y TIF.KAI.D PACK ELEVEN B.C. MACLEOD MAN APPOINTED Winnipeg. liriilsh Coium-, I'rovincial Treasurer of Sask. Says There Should He No Doubt of His Position bla Is entirely isulated loday from tho outside so fur as land tele- graph connections coiieerued. Sleet storms of unusual violence talh in the mountains and lieUvcen Vaticou- ver and Sealtio have brought Rcglna. Saak.. Dec. mauy miles of leU-graph polos. All last uvunlus (0 doubts expressed telegraph companies aro and respect to tlie attitude o! inony meiiv Ihoush special trains havu been dea- bora of the provincial cabinet toward'! patched with repair gangs. It may bi> tlio Issue In ;ho forthcoming elections, days before rojular coimuunlca- i tho Hon. C. A. Diiuulng. provincial aro rcalorH. In the mounUtiiH I treasurer, declared laat evening that Ihe Canadian 1'acllk Ilalhvay bus suf-1 ho Is and always has been a supporter tercel worst between North. licud oirJiOt the union government. I do not understand why anyono ahould enter- Sir Wilfrid Laurler Is sweating 'to-1 tain aay doabl as to my he in Vancouver but his iirrival then; 'If ouo entertains such limy luivo been delayed liy the proval- doubts they can finj no greund for cut storms. vas scheduled lo 'them In anything I have said or done r. number of nddre-sf s Ihis afternoon; 1' believe tiioro Is not a member of ot Albert C nuil to return ca.-t tonight, arriving the legislature who .ioea not kuow my: and live accom in Winnipeg on M-m-Jay u'ftit, elcc- Portion.'I stand right behind Premier (Ion iliiy. Tills prosraiaiue may be dis-, Martin (ho SI. Clltr tinucl at SITUATION COMPLICATED hroughout." rtT KaVlSd'rtSill tetorj it Lima, Pont. Dee. lack ol n1 Edmonton. Dec. 13 C. fBryan, ot Macleod, was ap- polniod deputy superinterident ol the provincial police In place ol J. Mchotecm. resigned. ihis afternoon: Mr. Ilryan ia an old time K. N. W. M. P. man.' was clerk of the district court and railed, the ISSth battalion, C. K. K, as lieutenant-colonel. Detroit, Doe. Heeling, a witness for tlie government, tcslffle quorum the extraordinary session of congress called to liesln yesterday was nnt oncni'd. The political situa- tion at present Is complicated. O 0> HALIFAX ELECTIONS ON JANUARY 23TH Ottawa, ncc. Polling In Halifax officially flicd for January 2Stli. od lii Knllsehmidt'B Marino City, Mich Hading testified that he promised Mrs. Ida Kallschmlill Neff, one of the defendants that lie i-.vouM join La a plan lo smuggle dynumltc Into tho, tunnel but ho said that the man who was to deliver the dynamite failed'to show up at tho appointed time. This plot, Haeling said, was arrang- j ed while Ue was In Kaltschmidt's em- ploy. "t know H was I offered :o thi Washington, Hue. 14.--Two uiea sures of tremendous interest, to tho and vital to the country fur lhc prcwecutlou of the war by unlocking na tural resources were on tho towa rd at s h me nt JD con- gross The Shields WaterjioK-er bill for leaaiog ,of power sites in navigable Btreams was passed by the senate and to the house. It was lost in hopeless dealock to Iho last eoiigresT To -'LiuBten for the till to: leasing .oil lands, which is eipccta: to open tlie-'way for lievelopmeat o wells: to meet1'tlie futl sliortngc, Sen ate loaders agree lit abandon r.ll at to mako the bill ujiply'to th. naval reserve lands fit California and .Wyoming.-and to preserve these lamia fuel, Laving tlie xov- ernraent take them over (or exiting riii.uu by condeiunntion prottcdings. 'ihis latter.' decision removes an has precipitated a great light In congress and held up oil land development In the west. London, Dec, militaty cor-! respondent of tha Times in ii general review of the 'catim- i nlea that there, ahout ISO Tn'-qp% German divisions pn front i n and 70 on the An, Atlantic i orir WPC. apnarcnUv all men- -between'''M' and J 35 years old are being withdrawn from boat height of the Detroit, Mich., Dec. gov 'the latter point for service fa the fltorra ta3t nisht- were crument was believed to be ncarng vest despite a vigorous search, The num} completion of its prcseiUalion of fllr The writer concurs In the opinion wora members of the crow of a patrol; ect against Albert C. Kalt that Ihe prousbly will turn boat whlch to settle matters Iri the before Announces Hie auction sale of an exceptionally fine lot of rsc rB and America ia raady, antJ five others on a consplr Buhmarme net outside the harbor ana 3cy charge wlien tbe in n hoping to ileilvcr.a decisive blow, this clearing her. winter or in the spring. hoat belp in The central powers, he declares, aro seriously beset by want and the ex- haustion or their reserves, may SMALL GAINS. Home, Doc. attaching lltiUBlluii wi IJLCJI i v va, au it maj n i i tv. r> be for them :to strike very: the line Jetweon the Bren a QtiicMj-. At any rate, in .his wlow, a I "rid tlie Piavc, the enemy was only half inilllon fresh fiElitrn'r; men must able lo make an Ins gnttitant gain he expended on tho enemy side In the lerday at one point, nnd this at'an west with a corresponding Increase In' Immense" sacrifice, tlie war otllce an- guns and aircraft. SUNK IN COLLISION London. Dec. steamer Kurlatid lias been sunk In a collision, according to announcement made by Lloyds. nounced tdoay. RECESS OF Dec. the fe'deral court here today. This belief.; was strengthened when Ihe government, after devoting nearly al day yesterday to the introduction testimony cnncGrnltig an alleged at tempt to dynamite a railroad bridgs at Nrpigoiij, Ont-, suddenly swimc ove to'l-ifs1 charge that' KaUsdimitlt I] tlie employ of government it had been believed that the prosecu tiori had presented all its evidence in this connection. Shortly before cour adiournerl yesterday, Alfred W. Penne ol this city, was called and teslifiei recess of congress from December 18 to January 3. TO BE HE.LDjAT, THE AT ONE O'CLOCK r .i- i Ue was astcd br Kallschmidt to col made in tho house today Jouhing for him from Captain Vo: Papen, military attache of the Ger man embassy at Washington at th time. Ho received from Von Papefl, J The trial began De ceinber.. 4.L has been given as to how'Yo'ng the defence ex- pects" to. require in presenting its testimony. Brain ihe MidniKlut is a dafigerous unless the botty and train are suitably luncd up for il.c vc- Ovcr-wotk iicaucntly resuha in brcak-dmnylircaV- down mean i lost business, lost Tlioie who put extra burdens upon the brain iicc-issiti' ot continuous concentration of ihe mind a food that his a large percentage of Carbo-Hydrates, Prc-lclhs and Fats. mixed with milfe, coniains hhcje essential ingredients in abundance. H ii drinV for such occaiions anj for the best and suieit results use or.lj-, Brand" Purest and Best PRIVATE SALE 52 broke, work and saddle, 32 unbroke weight up to 1200; 24 2-year old; 60 yearlings; 6 .heavy.nacres. Tills Jtock Is aH iorted and In corrals just east of the Taylor Mills, Lelhbridje.. YOU CAN BUY ONE OR ALL ANY UNSOLD BALANCE WILL BE OFFERED AT AUCTION, DECEMBER 21lt. BEE G. O. ROM, ROOM 4 or 7 DOMINION BLOCK ROSS TAYLOR, Owners all misdeeds, all mistakes, 'of pasl gov- ormnent, tlie guiding and -controlling Toronto, Dec. for a .Findier Dec, Thb ther- momeltir? were down around. 30 below, on .Tuesday ovening, but iii suite pt .the cold ivcaUicr, quite a good sized Rudleace gathered lo hear Mrs. McKinnejvM.UA., of Clares- holm, give an addre'ss In behalf of the ute .imagine that' interest in aviation non-partizan canrtidaie, for this con- will is Bald Lord Slontague speaking to tbc Canadian Club yesterday. "In a few stituencyv. Mr.-.Marshall, was .eijiectcd lo .be present, but owing, io, his .not being years after the war we will be flying ftDie' t0 jiroper train ccnnectlona with the malls.'! Uraa unablo to do EO. Jlra. 3IcKlunoy Ho dwelt on the possibility of an'Sp0kc a( ]ength on the aims aiid' overseas route, with stations estab- ject Of lisbcd at New England and the west- crn. coasts of Ireland 'and Scotland. (The problem of the overseas nnd ovor- j lantl route wns being seriously con- aldered, and Canada would' become a natural centre. The proposition o( the international mall service was wl feo seriously that an aerial civic transportation committee of which Hts I Lordship was a member, had been formed with the intention of devising I a; means of making the scheme posai- In my opinion it will not be many ears before we have an aerial pass- age r he said. League anfl seemeil (hor- oughly convinced !hc romeily. speaking of the war, Mrs. McKiu- ney was loudly applauded, when slic stated, "I bollcve In Canada Etayhtg in the war, not only because she is ii (inyono wished, to ask ah? There be'ng no .the raeciing was closed by the singing of-.' the National Anthem. of future governments, lay In the pathway of non-partlzanshlp-- .-Mrs. narl of Great Britain, but because she McKInneyi the. course !s Canada." At the-conclusion ot of her ad'dress, tba't Canada, "governed Mrs. i Mr. D. C.. according to the Ideals of nou-iiartiz-j McDougall -who was presiding, asked Iji; would in tinie tecomc a para- _v n how-! people cdnKtUucney quite prepared for, or quite sick; enpugri of. the. to.accept the facia all at once. ;L The speaker at times, roundly scor- ed the oltl'llordc'ii government, the Union goveritmer.t and showed very little faith In a Liberal government. She -wT.3 .evidently not pleased al the present franchise having been given to soldiers womenfolk and hint- ed most broadly .that tho order In coun- cil crsispling. farmers might j only list until after the election. i v ADDRESSED FIVE i MEETINGS. Vancouver, Dec. Wilfrid I.aurler arrived in touver at noon today and ad' dressed five raeetlnga this at- ternoon. He leaves tils for Winnipeg. CHRISTMAS AT HAND new an You are invited to call in and inspect our up-to-date Christmas stock. We do not ask you to We want to show you that we have the goods. Engraving will be done free on any article. GAGNEBIN WATCHMAKER, JEWELER, ENGRAVER THIRD AVENUE SOUTH LETKBRiOGE, ALBERTA buy l i Ottawa. Dec. department 3[ tho noval service at noon loday is- ucd (i further list of casualties In he Halifax disaster. The' Hst follows: Previously Reported Missing, Now Reported Killed. Edward S. Bc.ird, petty officer, Uellcvlllc; George Yates, sloter. Kansas, II. 3, A.; Hugh Hen- dry, petty officer, Toronlo; William Dunn, polly officer, Halifax; Ed- ward Pelrpway, W steward, St. Georges, N'fld. Died in Hotpital Wm. G. Morgan, Halifax. MloiTng, Believed Killed P. P. Lcmleux, Chlet K. K, A., (no James 1. Ureen, able sea- man, Htoker, Giiysboro county; Gor- Breen, stoker, Ouysboro county. Previously Reported Now Reported Injured Arthur M. R. Koley, able seaman, fnjurad Wm, King, chief pclly officer, To- ronto; W, E. IHmlli Halifax; James i Nesbltt, Scotland; David Monclon; Isaac W. Horton, Halifax. Slluhtly Injur.d James Broftkeg, Dartmouth, N. S. Previously Reported Mixing Now Reported, Uninjured W. H. Phillips, t'f.lrfck. Kersey, Enila'ndj Alfred Hnwklna, Halifax; Ferdinand A. Morris, Gco. Makln, Olace Bay, N. S. HINDU ARRESTED Tuscon, Ariz., Bee. Das, one the Hindus Indicted by a federal grand jury In San frauclsco, on a charge of fomenting revolution in India, fas arrested here today by federal agents. The Finest Xmas Turkeys and a Full Line of Christmas Meats for To- morrow and the Christmas Season Remember you can't come to our 'stoftp-nt's on 9th Ave. N., too far away. So we must give you better meat than you can personally select elsewhere to get your next order! We can and will please you. The Phope 49Z R. Coultry j ;