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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ?AOE TEX THE LETHBUHXiK, DAILY 1IKRALD Regtna. Deo. Printer fair building, one uf tha finest of its kind in America, :s a ot ruiiu today. Fire that etnned one of iho oookstorcs at iliis moraine, swept through the Rrent building :Q les-s than erne 'liour remained of the structure that the city of Regie a lo build [u 1913. Ever since outbreak of tho war (he ivinter fair baildicg ha? bean used to house troops. Last 700 sold- iers were sleeping ia tbt) buildlns vhen Ihe alarm n-as sounded. They Ion effects ynU qumxant Talued at many thousands of dollars. [it will probably bo Jays be- fore an of tbe loss ran bo given. Several men were slight 1> turned U escaping from the burcinj building. No trace of yank- was ob- served as tte men walked cut as ou jjaracte- Trumpeter Harvey Blair I stood to attention and sounded the I atprni while smolie sirirkd about him and [be TV ere almost tj feet Xot til) the last notes died away did he attempt to loave tlie Wghty-five hordes were saved und all records and documents ccrrled to The horses hive strayed in tome cases several mdea north cf the The MUdEng ivas insured for 50J divided between 96 different com- panies equally. This i? tbe third ser- ious fire in the recent history He- ffLua's exhibition plant. Tte soldiers aro BOW lu the city hall and Knox Church and other public buildings and wiU take over Benson School ponnanoailv night or Relieve Your Liver When your liver is out of order, your bead, stomach, bile and bowels suffer with it That is why a bilious attack is often serious. Ward U off with a few doses ol BEECHAM'S PILLS which gentry arouse ttuggish Unz, renew the Klrritia IB necessary to good health. They new produce any ter-eStcti Their prompt use is bectficul to tbe Mid will Prevent Bilious Attacks Wwib A Tempting Disn French fncJ, served with Jtnps "SWEET CLOVER' I'SAS'D To1 breakfast. AUTO LIVERY FROM THE BLJOU MOTOR PARLORS COUNTRY TRIPS ONLY. DAY OR NIGHT NO KILL TOO STEEP, NOR SNOW TO OEEP FOR THE SEVEN LIBERALS MANITOBA LOSE THEIR DEPOSITS Winnipeg, Dec. Free Press says: "Seven Liberal candidates out ol twelve In Manitoba lost their deposits. They aro: H. C. Patterson. Brandon; E. W. Qulnn, LIsgar; I'. C. Hamilton, Marqustle; F. Snirtclltfe, Port- age LB Prairie: N. C. JlacMll- lau. South Winnipeg: It a U'arri, Centre Winnipeg; R lilgg. North Winnipeg. "MacGregor, Independent, in Neepawa, may also lose his de- posit." BowelFs Scrap With Blake Wesley T. Flyna MITCHELL 'Phone 1750 .WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing. Farnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEKL HARDWARE GO. PHONE 762 And Hare No Regret Prices Range Iron OVER VICTOR RECORDS IN THEIR CATALOGUE SO YOU HAVE THE BEST MUSIC IN THE WORLD. ROBERTSON'S BOOK JSTORE PHONE 128S At Your I Druagiti'i (vari Gires Quick and Sure Refiei actinguponthe blood-vessels the skin and directly the source of ia all cases of MnlhM ia your borne.' It M In Bnlnh ReJ tinij, Army (Toronto Globe) Sir Mackentie WM one ol tho very last of a long line ot dis- Unpilshed Canadians whose .aotlvt tles preteded Contpjeralion, and who rank among the bullderi of the Dominions. While he did not enter the House unil) 1S57. he WM an tmcnccesstul Candl- J date m 1S63. and iras already tak- ing a keen Intorcst in public That Interest he retained cs an editor to tho very end, when tho world raw wriie c! him that ha begaa as a printer's to "member tct Parliament, Premier ot Cujvii, land leads.- In Imperial bul never be an editor'and to love the i email of printer1! tak. He vzs an ardeat Orangeman, bttt his Tlewj did not aliraaU him'from loo made and who norer hare 'a kindly wort for a man of reroxrkable with a pair of ahonldera u wid> u many a door, and almoat to' deathbed kept his health by clse that would undo most men a generation' yonngar. Only In 1915, during a Tislt to Dawson IniUted la Ublng a swim In the To- kon Rlrer. Years ago bis eierclsa, not confined to dlTeraiona. He himtelt hai told ot phjilcal encounters with Edward Blake, -aApolitical rlral, and with whom he-had a couple of physical differences. On being asked once It he Edward BUke, re-' plied: Yes, 1 suppoje the only man who, ever lived that tooi Edward make' "dowa, once on the floor Houia and hi the lobby.'.'. "Metaphorically speaking, ehr "Not by _a ju'ful.' No, (Topped him telr oa4hla back. Edward got gibing a btt one night after the- House adjourned, and I said-- 'Now, a little more of that ajxl I'll take yon down right here.' allowed that I couldn't do that 1 insisted that I could. And lhei big elephant came at'me. CTi, 11 'never, was'a very big nian, what there WM of me waj hard aa nail's. i "Well, I downed him, but It wasn't i exactly easy. Ho dined me round the table, but make never could ruu In anything'but an elections 'A' few days afterwards I met him in the [lobby. He started to come at me like-a-bull at a look out, old I cald, Til down you aeaini' 'yon can't do he, crisply. "'But byjlngo, I "I (lucked and grabbed fectionately under the hips some- where. 'I'heared.'him aa high' as 'i could and, came down on' 'top'-'-ot him. George, I cracked a rib, near- ly. a finger, and didn't get over lhat' flop foi' a ni.onUi." V 'THE GODSAKERS OF CANADA" (From Maclean's Mngazine) i, It was the.term "Godsakers" 16 apply numer- ous and useless'class who rail "at every- thlng.ap.1 wltlvrighteous heat, "For. God's sake, why 'some- one "do something about The trouble with the Godsakers la that lie nerer sees tliauhe ought to do some- thing about it himself.' There are GodEakers aplenty Jh Canada today. They demand to know why the government ,doesri't do this and why Lloycj George doesn't do lhat; ahd'th'e'y boll over about' Btrlp' the last shred of self-respect from the Food Controller, and they flay everyone In authority. What do they do themselves? They eat three big meals a day. They treat their sleek, comfortable Win's to eyfry luxury. They refuse to save, to con- serve, lo economize. That Is for somcr one else to do. They slleh to their pea) nut politics and their mean lltllo Irasl: noss kJloiiBlcs, and squeal when au- thorKy plnchen tho least of their petty privileges. In fact, they do'nolhlhg. Coming right down to casos, this war can be won only by individual effort The iovemmtirircannol'do'ic air. 'The" government la made up of about ttr'en- men.who aro Just flesh and Wood after ail, withal the -human Hi lions and, without any degree of ore everyday men endeivoring to lesl a couple of rnflllon otier 'someiritf lets Me fm Ike Leadenklp, much belter IMimnlp erea hirn hid W ttti wjll not much unless the' their'share individually, unless ihty are prepared tb forgot remember b'afy dutlei. Godsalcera.'.tbin worKers In Canada at When the balafco shifts we shall tei !re- zulls. In .the raoittlme, which-'iftf TUESDAY, nKKEMRKU IS, 191?