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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1017 THK DA1LV I1UK.U.I) PAKENINB AMERICANS KILLED 3Y 90Ml i- tlM American Army In Vruice, tec. iimmlwr at rail- lay wurlriWB bare klUed by jennan kcrlat bombs IB loini some- there Uhlnd British froat illj are sot known. II Is now to announce (hat tk Qcruiin bomb' Jell in street In a tovru through, which AmorlcMl troops were passing. Plecoa of the bomb shat- tered the window of a house tn which there were oKtcera, showering them with but hurting Tsro Anrerlcair soldiers hire In nuoeliot woucds. ;CHOCOIiATES THOSE WHO MAY VOTE Ml wulo British subjects by blrlh who on the Bolero' lists- All malo natunlUod llrltlsh aubjotts who got ou the vniora nd who are not Austrlaua, Genuuiu. BulBarlaiM or lurka iialu E.vury milo ot any nation gets ori tho voters' llslf who has a son grandson or brothc-r In any armies or nav-toe fighting on our sine. All Syrian or Aruituliin who gc-t on totem I its. AU discharged soldiers or laltors mar 'Ote tn tho polling .llvlJtou In whldTthey live ou iwlling dey. AH the widows, mothers, sisters and daughter.) at Canadian soldiers or uursea. who are serving or wbo have served outside ul whether now livlug or rtoad, and who got their or, tho voters lists All "ives widows, mothers, tljtere auJ daughters ot mon or who jervod karwhere In Cintdian or British navy, who get on Ihe voters' llils. ONKFOUK NEWS J.urs'3 hai sent hU chil- dren ;o Havre, wiiero ihoy will annul school for the winU'r. One four Alta.. Dcu. touch t Mr. and Mrs f. i'. O. I'iiUhulm will winter just 1S> beluiv. j bo In e-b-jru? tnr Illacktuil ranrh TuJ SuulhwortU has over from until sprlns, auJ hive inovsd their to spend Chilstmas with fi lends in Oncionr. Wni. Hunter Is vlsltlat; a.', the horn- of Mrs. Mary A. WotuueU, iiu olj friend. fi. I'. Fintoy Is hauling linv for Wal- lace aud CUimpany !h'j cer ranch, and Milt Duncan Is doini tbe conkinB there. 6lo (UsccrtLraKe obedleaoa to ths riillilary registration- PRESIDENT WILSON ON COMPULSORY SERVICE When tlm Halted went Into thU var Its first act was to establish the Selective Drift for Military Ber- vlce. Evergreen Northwest rlnyites You I This Winter This was not doue becftnse It was necessary to get recruits. With its hundred million population America could have raised an army of tan mil- lions by tlie voluntary system, on Can- ad a'd proportion of enlistment. But President Wilson insisted on the com- yulaory service plan because It Is the only fair and logical and democratic 13 well BJ tho only efficient plcn for t, nation at wer. Hero Is his maiiurly Justification for 11, In his official proc- lamation Issued May ISth last, order- ing the selective draft fnta toroe: Each Must Do His Part The power against which we are arrayed has Bought to Impost) Its wil upon Uie 'world by force. To this em II has Increased armament -until i UES chunged the taca of war. In Ihe sense in which we have been wont ti think o! armies, (here are no nrmle n this struggle Uiero are entire na lona armed. Thus, the men who re nalh to till the soil and'man the fac .orles are no lers a part of tho army, .hat Is France Ihan Iho ruon beneath the baltle flags. It must he EO with UK. It is not an army that wo must shape ani train for war; it Is n na- tion. To this end our people must draw cloae in ono compact front against a common foe. Hut tills cannot be If each man pnrsuea a private purpose. All must pursue one purpose. The nation needs all men; but It needs each man, not In the field that will most pleasure him, but In Ihe endea- vor Ibat will tsst serve the common good. Thus, though a sharp-shooter pleases to operate a trip-hammer for Iho forging of groat gum and itn ex- port machinist to niaicli witii he Hug, tho nation Is be served nly vhea Uie sharpshooter iniirthe.i nnd the machinist remains i'.t his overs. The whole nation must a each man shall play ihr- iiart for which ho is best litre I. Ti. tiijs end, coiigrci'3 has provided tliat the nation shall be organize-'! fur by selection; tlial each man lOiall lie sldod for services In the pinto to which It shall best serve the general good to call htm. The of tlii- I'annut be overstated. It Is a new thine In our history ami a in our gress. It is u new uiamicr of .ircc-pt- lug and vitalizing our dutv to give ourselves with thoughtful devotion to the common purpose of us all. It is In no sense a conscription of the un- willing; it is. ral'Uer, si-luctlmi from nation which lias volunteered In mass. H is no more :i choosing of those who shall march v.itli the colors Uran it is a selecion of Ihuso who shaX serve Ein equally arid devot- ed purpose in the industries thai lit behind tie buttle line. A Conipiclous Morr.cnt Tho ilay here named the time apo2 v.'hich all shall present them Delves for assignment lo their tasks It Is for that reason destined to br- remeiaberctl as one ot the most con splcuoua moments in our history. I' Is nothing loss than the day upon which the manhood of tho counlr. stall slei> forward ir, solid rank in defence of the ideals lo which tlii nation Is consecrated. H is import- ant 10 those Ideals no less than to tlie pride of this generation in manifest- ing its devotion to them, that there be no gaps in the ranks. YOUR health, your comfort and your economy lor the coming montlw wiH de- pend upon an efficient heating equipment in your With coal steatiy increasing in price, the proper heating apparatus will play an important pwt im your economy budget A furnace or boiler that delivers th- maximum heat unKi out of your toil supply Mn collars In coal bills nnd doctor bills. First economy is alw.y. the bMt- Let us examine your furnace or boiler now. Probably with a small repair expinM It c.n 'thoroughly efficient. Or, If you need a new equipment let estimate on tnsUllina It for you. We will show the most modern improved heating systems contum. minimum and furnish an evenly distributed easily regulated heat throughout the houre. ER HOLBERTON 515 FOURTH AVB. 8. PL; MAO Of what real to you to }7our the eternal grind in the torrid heat of sumi mer and, the frigid cold ,of winter? A vacation this winter in the Evergreen' Northwest will be the best investment you ever made. l.alio district has got great credit foi Itself Uiis week by Its generous con trlbutton lo the funds of the Reel Cross society. Mrs. Gilbert and Mrs Burns, two active workers in that neighborhood have been round collect Ing and as n result, of their efforts they have handed over the sum of jDl.75. Both of the Indies desire to thnnk nil who have helped them make tho canvass such a success. Mr. Wm. Isaac, secretary of the Red Cross society in Ihe Keho district rbceived the following letter from Miss PinRlmm. ''I bog lo acknowledge wilh tBiinks tho receipt ot your letter of the 22nd insL, enclosing Hie sum of ?23.40, being a donation tp.wards the funds of OUT sbciot'y'from Ihc i Koho school district, being lite pro- i j feeds realized from a dance held in school house. I enclose official receipt. Will you please convey, our grateful Ihftnka (o nil those who assisted In making this dance a success." Mrs. was in Lethbrldge last Saturday visiting her husband A good .gathering of the young people were present at the railway i depot last Saturday" to say goodby to Eraser Boulton 'who to do his iluty j for King and Countryi.'Hc was accom- panied as far' as Winnipeg by his mother anil sister who n're going to stay in the cast for the winter. Mr. p. SIcInlosh and Miss May Peters joined the ranks of newlywcils last week end. The honeymoon is be- ing spent at Calgary and western, points. Trio local lodge of the K. P.'s had a big business nijrht at the meeting on Wednesday the occasion being the election of ollicors for tho next six months. After keen competition Ihe j results were as follows: C.G., W. J.' Buchanan; V.C., II. Sherer; rrelate, E. 51. Swailes; ot W.. J. Hnrris, K. of H, and S., B. Itiihle; M.F.. P. Hunt; 5f. of M. S. Kilpatrick, (holils office for one M. of A., tlep. Todd; I.Q., P. Speck; O.G.. F. W. Green. Trustees. Sherer (for ono J. Harris (for two F. Speck (for Owing to the break in Ihc weather tho lodge PLUMBING, KEATING AMD GASFITTING. hold ttio that it wouiii be Impossible lo I 11 WO111U UO n> j 1U U.IIJ-. services lor ti'.cir! 12.30 a.m. nig Bisters' Bi new ball on New Year's Day as oris-lz.Oti n.m.: Big Brothers jst-U.OO p.m.: Other Departments of Sun- day School new a on _ iimlly arranged and She tote was po ponrd lo January Mie lath. PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner Ave. and Stli Street S. Rev. A.' H. Denoon, Pastor Rev. W. F.'Burns, Acting Regular cervices at 11 a.m. and 1.30 p.m. 10 a.m.: Boys Department. I nig Bisters' Bible'Class, n m Big Brothers' Bible Class Our local hank ma patrlcl! wns in Leihliridge on Tiiura- day saying goodby to Mr. Kennedy, nl LelhbridEC who is going lo Mr, Ebbery. the hank manager at M. S. Kil- I P-m-: Chinese Class. l Some hi Nonhwett in WirMr BEE AND ENJOY THE GREAT PACIFIC NORTHWEST yVAJTIINQTON .OR.C A vacation this winter will He the best invest- ment you ever made. There is no better way in which you spepd TOUT will give yon mow atid ntsJity for the work that is to It will renew jwur health. It will JVK life. The change in the from high levels of your hoinc to the level, from the hard, been, coW to the tetnpenrte climate on the Pacific Coast, warmed by the Japan Current, with ,Wooming the winter through and the retidenta enjoying automobiljng and boat r', tfurel erery month in tke year, .will'be a I; livery' delight. Write io IK (of any L, C, Smith puiUifl o left at Iho innnso or Mertd and Hunt's slore, and will bo IhanWully acknovr- lodged. Tha local soclely'of the Hed Cross, have received a donation o( fS.OO from Mr. John McClennan of Newlaniis. Among tho names of official nudlt- I ore for the province of Albor'ta for the oar of 1913 apprarn Ihe naino of B. 0. i Jranatoun of NoblcJonl. I A jood number of'our people went, lo Tlarons on Monday ond tools i n Ihe lie chicken supper which waa j leld tbcro. A very good time was re-1 i It baa been decided to lioM Ihei school concert on Thursday next, the, 20tli of Dccomber. It will be held In' he soliool house and n record attend- ance Is looked for. Tho children have joon'well trained by the school- leacher nnd all sre urged to be out so 03 nol to disappoint tho Wildios. Tho programme Is us follows, chorus, A Christmas Hodlatlon, Pelor Hoffmann, "Molhcr Qooso's floral drill by eight young ladles, reflation John Bergalrum. 1'laf "Chrlalmiifl al Skccler. Cornor." Rccllation, Wlbuv Kaako. Tennis nrlll by (ho Raymond Bcnolt nnd Raphael noroit. Hocllaflon, Clauda I In nt. Play "Chrlsdnas Koo- lUtlon. Hay Hunt. Maypole drill. Hoc- Itatfon, Tcnfa ''.Tick's O'oblins." Sfinla Song. The doors will open Hi 7.30 amf the programme will start at eight o'clock sharp. There will of coin-so, be Ihe usual Chrblmas Ireo hut (he strcrcta, must not glvtn nw'ny at Itits wrlllns. 0. from Vonplrt. arrived to lake Urn place of Fruser Hoiillon as loilRor clerk at the branch. Uioi Msrchaols Baiik liwi, VICTORIA, BRIT' ISH COLUMBIA'S MAGNIFICENT CAPITAL, -GREEN ALL YEAR ROUND, CALLS YOU TO QET AWAY FROM THE BITING COLD THIS WINTER. Least Rainfall of >ll our Pacific Co.iil clliet. llful bulldinos; lovely hornet; iplemHd icencry; exeellenl roads; flowers commonly In bloom In open air al Christmas! solf every month In the year; balmy, soft air; aver- age mean limperature for January 36 degrees above zero, Dee. 2 to Jan. 6 to 12; "Feb. 3 to 3, Ask Agent METHODIST Morning anthem. "Evening iiul Solo. Mrs Iv F Layton. Evening anthem, "The j liadiant Morn." Quar-j letle, "Snyiour Night Involves the (Sbcllf-y.) Wesley Church Rev. Chas. E. Cragg, E. D, -lieslilenco 320 Dili St. S. Phones: Parsonage 404, Church 408 Claude Hughes, Musical Director 11 a.m.: Morning worship.. 2 p.m.: Senior mission band. 3 p m Bible school and bible classes. Will all pupils kindly bring their gifts for the Nursing Mission- I 7.30 p.m. Evening Service, subject: "Our Greatest National Djnaer." Pastor will preach at both morning and evening services.' THE UNITKD CHURCH OF NORTH LKTHBSIDGB ANGLICAN St. CxprJiiiVs Church >r. "TUn Street and 8th Avo. South, lev. Canon W. V. McMlllen, B A.. Hector a. m. Sunday School r.nd Bible Classes, 3 p.m. EVENSONG 1.30 p.m. oly and'3rd Sun' days al 3.00; 2nd and 4th Sulldoyg at 11 Sundays at p.m. PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY At'No. 35 Main Street, .Ccalhurst Chas. Sinionettc, Paslo.r orvlcr-3 Sundays. 2.30 and 7.30 p.m. iiosday. 1.30 I'-111-: Prayer and Full UOSPfrl. iiursday. 7.SO p.m.-. Prayer anil Seeking Cloii's Promises. Mvlno Healing at each service. Ve are living In the last days. Get rcaily.' Come. Lveryone lo Them Sarvlces. DAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Sairifs Corner 7lh Ave. and 1Slh St. S. a.m. Sacrnnwnt p.m. prlcrmy 3 p.m FUlleY 2 p.m. Visitors Alwayr. Welcome, Bishop Gto. W. Green, 1016 2nd Ave South. Pnone 1493. .PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY S.-O. E. Hall, next Y. M. C. A. Rev. C. M. Neve, Pastor Res. 623 19th. Street.North Sunday: 11 a-nl. and 7.30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday: S p.m. Prayer' Scrvlco at 1511'Srd AVB. N. Saturday S p.m'. A Welcome Extended to All. Rev. E. J. B.A, 1271 5th N. Phcmi 10 a.m.: Class for boyi tnd llSia'm. Topic; "Wfirt to t Crt to Chrittian Servlce.r 3.00 p.m.: Mfl Prtraary Dopta. ol Ihe Sunday 3.1B p.m.: Other Depts. ol the School. 7.30: Addreis to joung CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Chrtet SdcBtift Hull Block, 7th Strtt't V Sunday 11 mxi. Subjecl: "God, Preserver of INn. unday School conreiiw morning service, Wedntsday EvinlrrJ, Ing at ,8 pjn. The reading room ts open coot Sundays ond legal from to 5 ji-m. Here, tie Blbte and Cbri.tUui or pvcbwd. BAPTIST First Baptist Church Cor. 3rd Ave. 9th St. Rev. C. Baker, Paito? Services 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. A. M. Subjecl: "The Gosptl Accord- Ina to No. 1. P. M. Subjecl: "The Gospel Accord Ing to No. 2. Btbio School at 12 a.m. The pastor Is belter ami exuecla ti preach at both services. All are cordlnlly welcome. Special Services: Jan'1-15, led b Ilev. 0. 0. llorsman, Edmonton. tb'o rooni. Ctnrch Cor. 3nS Wh 6C Oliver L. Curtlt, J'mtor S. S. at Sister Dunsworui, superou Preaching at ll.JO, subject Not K. Mrnwn: SALVATION" ARMY Held Ihe Citadel, 5lri St. a-m> "oKnoss Meeting; 3 pm' Praise. Jteellng und 7.30 ration Meeting. S p.m., PuV lie Meeting. Thursday, S p.rcj Salvallon In Stturddf, 8 CHRIST ADELPHIANS iet In Mlglrbetham Bloek, Entnnei 5th St, and Jn< South Weflnesdayc S p.m., CIMJ. Sundays 10 n.m. to the Turd's Death, ft id': lit p.m. lo proclaim Ihe ilad lidlatt of the Klngd6m 01 Ood. Subject' "Can Ootp4l at ProctHd frerrt the Old All .t-.tis All are welcome church. the LETHBRIOGE BIBLE STUDY CLASS The Lelhbridge Mble Study 11. hoM their meeting In (he IU11 on FrMay tl 8, vfho taterested In Bible Study. Non-neanrolnatloruil Scats fm Mr, 4, RM... I BELnCVERS 402 13th Street N. Believers on Ihe Urd'l (or 1 II i Sunday tchool at 1 pm. ASSOCIATKD RoMn 12 Bloek 1 ptn Bible Study. Sunday, no 8m DiecouMe Ood. H H Vet In the p.m.: OB Atonement j-, 5 Prwrr ;