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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETiromnCE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 111 Iberatt) alberta OAltV AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per week t....' lOc Dally, delivered, per year 155.00 Dally, by mail, per year Weekly, by mail, per JVeekly.-by mall, per year to TELEPHONES Business Office 1252 Editorial Oilico W. A. Buchanan John Tcrrnnce Managing Director Business Manager Dotes of expiry ot subscriptions op- pear dr'ty on address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration date ia our authority to continue the subscrip- tion. Your King and Country need you right nawl THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The feelings of France. England and Russia towards the peace proposals of Germany find expression In the Calgary. If they believe anything so beautiful could exist In hoc town so much tho better. Thero arc othor scenes from the Lctlibrltijo dlslric't, taken within three mllos ot tho city- the opposite direction from Caisnry, real crops grown under irrigation, but again Lcthbrldge Is studiously ignored. We can quite understand the aver- URC Calgarlau's purpose In giving a visitor the Impression that. Lcthbridge is a prosperous little suburb nearby, but when a corporation of the mag- nitude of the C. E. R. pulls a boner, of tliat description it Is a horse of a different color. The only explanation is that, tho "Hog Town" virus was invented in Germany where they have a similar nasty disease called place in the sun." PICKED UP PASSING amlolirii Sparrow, a Calgary old- timer, is dead., George M. Travie lias been elected mayor ttassatio. Sotnc of the coal mines around Edmonton are closed down because of a slioituge of cars. The Fornlo Moll and the West Yale Review, published at IIopo, have both ceased publication, j __ Capt. E. Bristol, late of tho iBth battalion, lias been appointed staff officer to the Hou. A. E. Ksmp, ister of militia. Si a former Tort Stoele man, lias that the rfield in Alberta 20 years ago; when-Indians, white 'and otherwise, Mazzinl, the noted personage in Italian history, is quoted as having said: "We shall win out in this strug- gle by sacrifice .and by constancy Tins truly applicable to -present great war. -As and Joyal -citizens we must ,be prepared to sacrifice, not once, but as often as the call comes. Sacrifice will make us truer and greater citizens. And what can our sacrifice be compared with that of the men at the front? while the other hand is on their j breast in which is concealed the flag of the country of their birth." This application can be made to certain of the hew citizens of Canada. They are certainly traitors and should be treat-: ed as traitors. and if conditions favor they will be able to do so. About ten per cent of the season's crop is stili to ba rim through.. NEW DAYTON NEWS {From Own Correspondent) New Dayton, Harrl; son, John Forslin, Dave Drake, Geo. Bitzow, IVIrs. Forslin and daughter Tena were Lethbridge visitors this week. Otno Mprrical left for Oxford, Ohio, Wednesday. Pete Forslin left for Seattle, Wash- ington. John Rentz and R. Murrey were in Warner Wednesday. Jack McKay is visiting Dr. McCai- lum this week. PROVINCIAL POULTRY SHOW AT MEDICINE HAT Medicine Hat, Dec, will be a great .gathering of. poultry fan- ciers; and their birds from -all parts The National Service meetings so- of 'the fd.ir western provinces besides held bx Sir Robert Borlen and! easj' a} Hat R B Bennett have not been marked of- by partisanship They have heW 26 to 80 purely national service meetings, Already entries have been tended by people of all parties. It forjiundreds.of the members of to be hoped that this campaign Hie. Country such an important purpose will re- and it is over twothous- suit in a stimulation of interest in the war and a determination to make! an enviable record for running shows all the sacrifices necessary 'to bring; and. breeders are assured that their stock will have the best of attention even if they are not-present to look after them. The fact that Leon B. Lpsey of Winnifred is to be show manager, is guarantee of good man- agement in every particular. The peo- and. birds will be on .exlilbttidn. Tho Hat has about victory for the great cause for which we are lighting. To "the 'slacker and the lukewarm these ;words Sir -Robert Borden re- pie of the Gas City have ated over used to mate Cow Town a sort pf .fercat stamping So having led the uttered should be read and re-t j read until they are moulded, on the are ofrered in addition to the generous cash prizes offered by the 'Let iis never forget. the solemn truth that the nation 'is not consti- in r-u ol-rthe living alone. There are .thdae as; well who have passed away and those-yet be born. So this ;great responsibility comes to us as association. Several..silver cups, be- sides the. .-provincial .'.'Challenge .cups have been donated ;ior competition. of agriculture at Ot-! _ tawa arid Edmonton have promised to j have representatives present who Lleuti-pol.- IJoll, of tile batta- lion, IIAB boon awarded Hie D. S. 0. Ilov. A. U Ctirr of Cnlgury Ima re- ceived a call lo tho congrogutiou of Kuox clnirch, C. Quo of Brantford's most prominent business men, John Me Hutches on. baker, is dead. At a Liberal convention at North Bay, J. P. Marceuu was the unani- mous choice .for candidate for tho next provincial ejection in Ontario. B. R Justin, K. C., of Brauipton, has been appointed judge of the Peel county court In place of J.udge -Me- Gibbon, retired. Christie- street Baptist To- ronto, congregation presented their pastor, Rev. (Capt.) H. R. Nobles, with a purse of gold. M. McDowell, of roeve of North Walsitigham, has de- cided to turn over the usual honora- rium of his office to Red Cross, pur- poses. A privilege much appreciated by the Australasian soldiers in hospitals in England; which so far applies to men of "the Australian and New Zea- land armies alone, is that they may send unstamped letters to France. R. H. Taber, one ot the beat known horse breeders in Saskatchewan, an- nounces that lie is about to establish his horse breeding ranch south of- Calgary. Mr. Taber gives as his rea- son the -existence there of natural conditions1 productive of good horse breeding. Homestead grants m the Edmonton land district for the month of Novem- ber numbered 133. Included in the' November entries were twenty-two, by Austrians and six by Germans; The proportion of alien-blood home-, steaders is perhaps a trifle larger than usual, but Laud Agent Norquay. states that it is in no way an un- common thing for Germans and Aus- trians to take out homestead lands in Alberta, the war notwithstanding. i Electrical Gi [is surcjoplcase iss A Percolator, Iron, Toaster, Stove or Fixture. We have them all. What finer gift could you give or receive. STAR ELECTRIC CO. 409 FIFTH STREET SOUTH. WHERE TO GO FOE Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 BKIECTORY OF GttAN BROKERS R t RAIN bought outright o- 1 I huddled ou Commludiou. ETURNS inndo aiiruo, day] N .LL. cheques for this L issued by our Loth- bridge brunch. N direct touch with Euro- 1 peau buyers through our own export department. ONE better equipped t.o-1 give you .service. James Richardson Sens, Limited 201 Sherlock Bldg. Phono 777 i Established 1357 il W. J. Mgr. Res. Phone 365 j VI.M. Clark, Ace I. Res, Phone 1613 STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants Our entire organization IB at TOUT lervtoo And with our exper- ience wo coil safely to gat you tho best priceB for your grain at any tlma.and for any grade or kind of (ruin. Phone M 1922 Calgary For Offloe 1365 Lflthbridflc QuoU- 1811 LathbrldgeJ tlont. A Our Agents who are In your .district. J. A. GUMMING Lethbridge Manager The convenient soda biscuit becomes a real treat when it's It is quite out.of the ordinary in crisp- ness and flavor; as well as In In Packages only. Plain or Salted. Another inexpensive and delicious Vanilla Wafers Packages only, North-West Biscuit Co., Limited EDMONTON ALTA. 3 Just Imagine! Then compare with the Bright, Cheerful and Happy Home Full of Music. You can have this by coming to our store and selecting your1 piano or phonograph. Note the World Renowned Musical Instru- ments We Sell. by all as the World's Best. Oldest and Best Piano. Estab. 1840. inventor of the phonograph and maker of the .most natural reproducing instrument known. ARE ALWAYS WELCOME Come and See Us About Your Xmas Music EVERYTHING MUSICAL 315 Sixth Street South (Near Court House) Lethbridge. 5ALBERG GRANT CO, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. "ALWAYS WORKING" You may make money by let- ting us bid on your next car of wheat, barley or flax, IT COSTS YOU NOTHING. Our Winnipeg and Lethbridgs offices represent SERVICE. "TRY US" J. H. TALLING Local Manager Office Phone 1530 Rcsldenco 572 OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S SMITH-MURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAP OFFICE, WINNIPEG Write or phone at our expensa [f you have grain to handle. We can assure you tho best price the market will stand and give you 2r.d prompt N. T. MACLEOD, .iGER LETHBRIDGE OFFICE oHE'HLOCK BUILDING GRACE COAL PHONE C.O.D. ORDERS, 1809 DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY "way to success in irrigation fanning province v, hat more natural than a favorable place to anfl district in the C P R 'films, es pecialiy since the compan> now owns and control the p.oneer system which "horn here nay, Nothing doing1 Lethbridge the home of irrigation im the west, so far as publicity in thesi Jllms is" concerned simph doed no exist is merely 'some where in Alberta" and nowhere in particular But Calgary is there in the centre, the metropolis prosperous irrigation district Jus the C P R. handled 30OOpGOD busheli of gram through the .Leth bridge yards last year .with as .much more in sight uom the 1916 crop, no reason for mentioning Lethbrfdge Calgary is tne centre and notUu g must .be done to detract front her iBut responsibUtty ;there has come spmething greater opportunity-of proving our- selves worthy of-it, 'and'I pray ;that this may nut. lost proud. position, Calgarians peeve'd; Gslt Gardens, named after the man who conceived the pioneer irrigation scliemoMn Alberta, are shown In all them beajitj The explmnatory tion says, Seven ago ihis was bald headed prairie Tnai p an The fact Gardenscare lo cated In Lethbndge and not in Cal jary.is sufficient to of Lethbridge 4in connection. Leave the movie ignorant of thousand Were wounded or killed According to the tory.-the local .soldiers were-unable o quell dlstmbance and It was recepsary to.'send troops to Hamburg i n special trains from Berlin. There s no confirmation of, this story from the fact that the Gardens are not In any other source. if-the past and trustees of the-give lectures inHhe evenings on sub- pertinent to the ...ppultrymen. The lledicine :Hat as'soclation un-. dertakes to take care any birds! sent from immediately preceding' shows until the show, opens. j The fact that Christmas rates on all- railways will be in "force will doubt-! less bring a large number of poultry j breeders and admirers ;to Medicine. Hat show. t Ohio -waa the political marvei of the TJVS. presidential 'election. Surround- ed by s.tates that-voted for Hughes, she. Voted for While states the -Republicans had considered.doubt- ful in p'revioua elections went for Ohio which in previous turns had seldom been where the housewife knows doubtful went Democratic NOW the Shredded Wheat? In five .plurality has .been officially The Ser ever heard of it in the home the marvel increases. Qhio not onlj went for Wr gave ;him a larger vote-..than she had ever given any presidential candi date, Theodore Roosevelt ih 190' who got 600095 Mr Wilson this >ear got GP4 946 His plurality was THOUSAND KILLED London: IN HAMBURG RIOT Dec Express minutes you can prepare a i wholesome, satisfying meal ut) with shredded Wheat Bis-'ij cuit without kitchen j or wprk. For breakfast heat ,i the Biscuit in the oven to restore crispness and serve with hot milk. For lunch serve with sliced bananas or other fruits. Made in Canada. claims to havp jrelioble, Information hat most serious riots occurred in Tfemhurg on Dec 7, 8 and 9 Mt iays that it is estimated that more hail people participated in the iotldg and that TRUE STYLE IN CLOTHES As well as jn men, is the result, of true qualify. The man who- wears Creighlon's Suits and Overcoats-riot only com- pels respect for his ap- pearance, but also shows a fine, trait of common- sense economy. Creighton Bros. Tailors 604 3rd Avel-Soulh Calgary Branch, 126 8th Ave. E. Winter Excursions Low Round Trip Fares TICKETS ON SALE DAILY, DECEMBER 1st TO 31st. TO TORONTO, HAMILTON, WINDSOR, OTTAWA, QUEBEC, ST. JOHN, HALIFAX AND All Points in Eastern Canada Final Return Limit THREE MONTHS from date of issue. To Atlantic Seaports in connection with ocean tickets via all Steamship Lines to the OLD COUNTRY Final Return Limit FIVE MONTHS from date o( issue. Also to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Cedar Rapids, Chicago, Council Bluffs, Des Moines, Dubuque, Fort Dodge, Kansas City and other United States Points Final.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 For full Information apply to any Canadian Pacific Ticket Agent, or write, R. DAWSON, D'ttrlot Palienger Agent, Calgary. DONT FORGET THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TD OFFER Please notify CENTRAL PROVINCIALCOMMITTEE EPMONTDN. ,HawardStufchbuiy, I OB Returned Soldiers' Bureau, ALBERTA, j. R. OLIVER, Secretary The men who have fought, and are fighting our ba'ttles, deserve consider- ation to a superlative degree at the handB 01 those who did not go to tho front. A debt Is due them tliat money cannot nay, hut that can be met !n I part'by-a .due {appreciation 'M proper them for thelrl Belt-sacrifice. Find out what jobs are vacant In ybtif community. Make It a matter ot pride for employers to give the first chance to a returned soldier. age-the men to get back to