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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE TIIK LKT1IBR1DGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. IjECUMBER M. 1917 MUSI BE GREAT AREPROP1TPED America. That Starvation Facts Al- REAL MM OF 1 Mom rv al. Dec. 14 .tT-TVlegra phi c ccamiLmlcsl'.on with Halifax bus again interrupted as ihe ol a heavy fsll of snow. Only two wires are reported as workable ludsy. cue by cich of the two ccmpan'es operat- )ng la territory atid those .only :it rare intervals. The- ouly news that [lias come out of Halifax today is thul towing to ihe severity of the siorm ihD 1 Boston relief steamer Calvlu Aust n 'has poaiijcaeii her sailing unlit totuor- Dec, ,-warnins rounlec, by Herbert C, Hoorer. f. v yesterday, that the r'ren people were to be called u- o to sacrifice far more la order t) l--e.l thi? allies and friendly neu- tr- than was at thought er-% JUirration on an unparalleled scale, ensue abroad unless the re IB a hearty "ifoover saM. food situation ia Europe." ha pali- "ia far gnuer'than the prelim surrer of the food supply of to retnin for our people an ample sup. one plUG padding, a spec a ply of ail essential foodstuffs. ai beel' fruit harvests of our allies have proved less' etc- 5cnt ttlc Canadian than hid contemplated hnd the iRed Croas in LoniJon to every Canad- znat curtailment "ol shipping by snb- ian Prisoner ID .They were marines during the last fev -N'orsmber 24. and !t is eipect- hts prevc-nteil them access to remote ed wn arrive at all camps well before markets. i Christmas and help to brighten the Uie derr.sntls of the allies 'dar 'or Canadians in captivity, there I: a call upon us by the friendly 1 In addition to these. 250 other par- neutrals for food and if we cannot provided by subscriptions from least In part respond to those neutral i relatives have been sent to led viduals. cills starvation on an unparalleled ilt is impossible to set turkey for -icals- must ecsue. j prisoners iiiii year and the.pluci pu "Food bas taken a dominant posi-i dings would have been iraposslble If in the war and we must ask the! they been purchased months 'American people to sacrifice moreiaeo. Game and sporting ontlils are than we at first tioushL" Iniio berr.e seat Think This is Only Form Government Thut Russia is Needing of Dec. real a'm of rhe Holsheviki is a monarchy, at and possibly a despotism. In the !on of tho PotrosraJ rorrcapoiident ul Hie Post. Ha w that for more than a month [lie Bolsbevlkl have oponly prepnrhis public opin on for iiC' ceptanc-e of what, ho says, after all fc Ihe only fit form of government to- Russia. It is this design of the shevlbi, correspondent asserts, wh.cli Is the secret of tholr antagonsm to the Social r.evoIullonistR. Democrats and Constltutlonsl Demo- crats all of whom were formidable en- emies ol the old regime. Active pro- paganda has long been carried on un- der cover, on behalf ol ihe Romanolf famly, he says, aud this; propaganda turned the. Russians as- ainst England, which Is; retorted to have desired the overthrow, of tne autpcracy. "The BolshevIM will in one way or another reestablish the throne, aud possibly re-erect the the correspondent adda. Atrer ray ng tbat space prevents de- tailing the subterranean the writer refers vaguely to the "un- precedented and unfortunate In the Komanoft family." which he says makes it Impossible to judge the precise solution of the problem those .behiuU the JBolshevlkl eventually will reach. The.popular rumor at present, he adds, is that the former Russian heir to tie throne. Grand Duke Aleiis, will be made emperor under Ger- man nesK. ioo th "ICE CREAM FOR CHRISTMAS" "Mother can we have Ice Cream for Christmas, I like Carlyle's Ice- Cream, it is so smo deliciofis." Per.' QL- Bricks Delivered VaulNs 75c Strawberry Chocolate................. 90c 90c Coffee 90c Pineapple.............'___ 90c Oranot 90c NtspollUn ................Me Ginjer.................... 90cf Tutti irttl 90c. Maple 90e I 90c' 90c Cherry >0e CombicktioQE of khnoct any_Uii4 dedred can by in? two or inofe layen uf aoy of [a brick." Place your, order mmy able, to hare your. brick frozen hard before being sent out. All jpectil brfera sixmld be ta by Decenber "Positively no accepted on ChrlstmM Day. We are .makm? a special redaction of Ice Cream to "Soldiers' 73c w3 4ttc orden wifl be.. SOc r CRYSTAL DAIRY, UM1TED J Phone jr 1S77 Colemao, Dec. rousing meet- ing was held here tonight in thejntcr- esU of H.-M. Shaw, the Union candi- date, whose election In the three-cor- nered fight In this constituency Is al- ready conceded. The meeting was ad- drwaed by J. Hlilyard Leech, K.C., of Winnipeg, who left nothing unanswered- In. the campaign of ihe oppoaitlon, Mr. Leech U an old war veteran and he spokeVlth a conviction which carried horae to eveir heart'In the aodlence. a itr for union'In the Pass towiu. At Frank the rote of 75 soldiers In the Sanltarinra Tnl! he 99 per cenL for un- ion. The-Influence of .these do-. much to bring the electors into a realization, of the needs of the boj-s whom they had left on the fighting lines when they were sent back ada .la a disabled condition. The Service, Act meftns equl Eerrlce by .all; Toluntwrylsm meaoa by some, none by TOYS, DOLLS CHI N A AT AUCTION I We will sell our entire stock of Toys, DoDs and Cjbhit by Auction from now till Xmas, starting Monday, December 17th, both afternoon and evening until slock is cleared out. Now is your chance lo buy your Xmas Gifts, at your own prices such as trains, dolls; wagons, tricycles, doll carriages, wheelbarrows, Teddy all me-. chanieal toys and games, as the; whole stock must be sold by Xmas. Absolutely No Reserve Large stock of Japanese and Nippon China, Glassware and Crockery, Etc. Be on Hand Monday Afternoon at 2 m. and make whfle the assortment HfowL "i Auclioneers Frank Waldington Wilson Corner 5th Street a-' 4lli Avenue No Gift is More Appreciated in the Home Than a Piece of Furniture VISIT OUR SHOW ROOMS AND YQU WILL FIND A GIFT SUITABLE FOR EITHER FATHER, MOTHER, SIS- TER, BROTHER OR THfrBABY. Just a Few of Our Christinas Specials Eight -Piece Fumed Oak Difting Room Suite 50' Regular ASSIVE BUFFET 6 F.OpT EXTENSION TABLE ONE ARM AND FIVE SMALL LEATHER SEAT- ED CHAIRS. SOLID OAK ONLY 72.50 Arm Chairs or Rockers for to Wn have H fine selection of Oak Arm Chairs anil Rockers upholsteroil in Craftsman nnd Genuine leather that will niako both a useful an3 p AA appropriate gilt. Your choice for...... Brass Bed A, satin [inlshert brass bed having 3 Inch posts anil 1 Inch tillers. Full 9C Special price of faD.UU _ Pathe Phonographs You bring Joy to your home when rou bring homo one of our famous Pothe Phonographa. Price: in Oak, m Mahogany A few1 Suggestions of Useful Articles from our Assorted Stock J J l J .......................J7.75 Wood Rocking Chairs from........ to 50 Reed Rockeri to Coaster .Wagons to ....Sr- DoD's Carriages, Wicker Doll's Carriage to fKiWy CarsH Sleiglii Toy TaHe and 2 chairs Baby Walkers........................ Foot Waste Paper Baskets.........___....... Comforters..................: to Smoking Music Cabinets Reading Tricycles Wriiing Roll fop House Pictures to Brass Curates............................. Luxury Chairs........................, in Book Hall Oval Trays........................... Card Tabk Small Tea Wagons Sewing table LelbbriHge's Greatest Home Furnis .ers BAWDEN HULL BLOCK either themselves or by members of their families. Election documents jjiave been destroyed. Tho. returning j officer, owing to nines, .is unablo to h S wortbnd, it la snlrt, were Hie election held only a tion of the voters would be able to reach the polls, The nominations as island. Were the cand dales renomln-' is, oppqseil to Bsl.ere me, yourt Sir Wilfrid Failed to Help Voluntary Recruiting will Sir Vvilirld Lanrler says [hit tioogti keep In under OMawa npr- 17 -Tho HallfSK elec-' lhc- liecome a would, elected, endeavor, jo uec. ino iiaMitix etec- aa thn recrnliinK. has. as a.Hkelr date. heM a wrilie.1 eadorimcnt of their effort forcements at the froiit knowfl According to reports which have The j, regarded 'n official to interelt and acllTlty in :lo all Canada. He on that been received by the general return- as bojng primarily a'conse- recniltins. I occasion to word which would ins officer, conditions in liallfai are war condlt'ons and thai A was to air' M lhc national punioso or sup- such that It would .mpoaalble to there Is authority for pro- Roben .iorden and Air. to lho Can- hold .the election Ihero on Jlonday Ce5ding.uiider the war witHbrltlltWe- eicdor- without serious Irregularities. Were conditions olherwiso, .t la doubt- W the idea, llvo Li Sir The buildings In which It was in- eel whether the measures act Wilfrid teniied that tho polllns.stat'pns should would apply and whether, the election "Ottawa, OnU, 1917, bo iocatetl, have either been destroyed could be poatponed ntter nomination oL-__ ''I have (he or damaged the necessary pairs could not ba made before polling I day. Thero were polling lons established In the city. Of these, ten were In Ward Six, (he section of the city swept by the torco of, the ei- ptos'on. Of tho ten stations, only one honor' tho receipt of your favor of liOth Inil. I am sorry tbat I cannot send you al onco affirmative I will look Inlo Ihe mnllor, but Del the matter, nod lie hi into it ever nlnco. A VALUABLE CARGO A CARTOON in existence and iabor Is unob'aln ablfl for tho construction of new '.ng places before election .In many cases, throughout the Ing booths are entirely deAlroyed. In others, tho damage is so extensive Creased confidence in Germany-based [that the owners of !'on tno ijussiau armistice r.nd other London, Dec. H.-A-Bonerally In- The Editor Heuldi Dear I. si me -JraW you a cjr- toon of that pact of w'ostern farmers Pleading with Mr. Border, to hive "nKcrlpH sent back to lhclr arms, and mind you Ihls not rebuild. Ilulldlngs which talght obvious factors shorn: In-'extracla 13 tor the sole purpose of raising whcai olherwlse have beep obtained, for jrom the latest German newspapers for tho allied armies. Now what Irt poling hbolrn, have been iaken over Itlpgraptio-l from Travellers yi" Oi'lniti certainly by relief workers., in Ilolhni] (rom Oermany afc have a bravo of western farm- Further, many oMhe depaty return- 'qu6tcil as saying thai Ihe German who (irlfted to those a-sslern Ine officers and pelllng- ap- people aro fjuIF.Ing greal hopes on a plains since tho Ind put off po nted are either unable' or refuse to groat offensive In whlcli pujit. jtw. let nw Mr, act on account of Carles ttiut'.i M cerUlnly rARVER f UtT, A Pacific Part, DM. carried F. W. an Amerknn fenfllrieerv drought 'frow Pretoria on. of platinum, thn arrival of which at a Pacific port wat announced In Wathlnjton yester- tfay< The mttal valued at nearly N comlflned to tht sec- retary of and It urgent- ly needed for war Drap- er In hlitory hit trip, uid'.ht travelled and untrmed acroo Alberli to IVntock rn took i ;