Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
fAGE FOUR flK LETHBRlDGli. DAILY KEIULD TUESDAY. DECEMBER IS. 191} fceralb DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors JHS LETHIRIDGE HERALD PRINT- INO COMPANY, LIMITED WrWt South, Lethirlciit W. A, Buchanan Precldent and Managim Director (ovenaueat forawd for the purpose ot conducting Canadian at- falrf (of' Ifco duration of the Tha new rid retire- ed Mr. W. A. Buchanan, Vuloa snp- porter with a routing majority. was never much doubt as the people ot this part of the province would vote. Thty inore thin ouice Olflce.......... 1H4 fullfllled The pl-ssii! ot Mr. Buc' election Is that be had a majority in that part cf'the riding outside the city ot Lethbridse, effectively ot Ebe oft-staled opinion that the people of the rural communities were tndtf- I ferent and centrally oppreed lo war. Nothing could hire been rnora acceptable to those who have always he'd that the rural communities of the treat are ever-ready to do their full share In the prosecution of the war. As to tho. result in' general, the Union government, which Its oppon- >i- i ents no mandate froru the ance ofpapers tttor esplratkn dale is people, has come out of the fight with our authority to continue sub- scription. be our policy at a supporter ol thst wutuent, to It Intelligent ald, and 1y. the principal of Slocum school, IVaterbury, Conn-, Ernest Albert Mil- :er, aged 't, dropped his head on his inns and erpried In flve.nTliiutes. According to the New Tork "World's airmen accctunteq tor another machine of correspondent, prohibition stands a fair chance of becoming law, ant the women's suffrage measure Is doomed to pastorate of tho Cmnpljftllford Bap- Churcii. Hus-sian ruilcals demand free- medi- cal aid worked at Ihe exuouse of the employer with cup port of the work- man during the time ot illness, John Hess, aycd 42, super- intendent of the mill of the Abltibl Poiver Paper Company, was caught In the transmission aud instantly killed. Secretary McAdoo and Wall Street believes, that tha Kalsor'ar agents Invested heavily In Liberty bonds to bring prices down, aaya the Xew York World. E. 'Tolton, former for North Wellington, and es-Heeve 'of Clifford, deld at his home In that village from pneumonia, contracted while canvass- ing for Victory bonds. _ The 'lakes Ia Jasper Park, B. CI, the fisheries of wUIcli liecarue great- ly depleted at the Umo the Trunk Pacific railway was put through, ate being restocked. Tbe: government is a A ing the U. 3. supreme- court to'dlsmlss cases. altacli- Ing the constitutionality of the draft x'eu vory to the'dtfflcully n IravolUug.. Some few braved the slorm. Won! been rscelvcJ irora____ ester that Mr. Grant A. Kraser. who bas had a 'very serious oneratlon is progressing very favorably. Jlr. aud Sirs. T. H. Krauklslt have announced the engagement of their ent FIFTY-FOUR INJURED Toivor, Minn., Dec. persons were injured jrcaterday whej train No. 3 Uuluth Iron Range rail road left the. Irsc. nei hero, up 200 feet of tract Three coaches slid nUrki hu to be of ifta_ record. From Ontario to eaV the trend faror of the deHrered pimc- ui i sow nfport tiat Sir Wil- it big bandtoap the fritf expectefl; ,It little to he proud f.in the 'The mafatlme pro- nrldiMuir Innuenced by Que- retnnitid true proportion for Union e .ooarmonf especuxlly ia ireat Mr. -Allan of In gooth iff s one of the- f eatuna 'of lie "campairo- The dectlon (n all he provlacn all riitoet minlnten It a itrtklng fea at elecOpo. The only cabint to be deteated wen Hoi acahut whom th; comiwirMa aiade a dead-set Ey ejection al oaly three inembcrs from rhat BTortnce hai denfed It tpecial arraafemnt to" prorida for them. or ihance, tiM .aoldier'B rote elect! a tite' 'couUtnUou Sa y ot tit raidt there, and It might n lawn liow that the Ml 'It offered Canada'a rtintas atar In r win-karre practically ft Ottawa I the tot'lyirtltnmt. trill go t 1'wort fdf Can "gi fun ail tke Canada, of pow u cabinet Clnada'j jpoliiiri 0. ttt marii fRTiKM to flietf, oiUM. .wtt 116' Mldien' rot goi a more.cfear-ca llrs. Annie Chisholiu McDougaU, wife John A. reg- istrar of the supreme and surrogate "ourts.'- The Railroad has. cut oft two of its super-excursion Florida eipteases. These and .the elimination of certain other'.lusury cars will re- duce .passenger mileage on this route by per day; There are now publications of Ell kinds being Issued in Canada, in- cluding 13S four trl-weeWies, 40 weeklies, -222 moii'-hlles, one and Ifi quarterlies. R. M Wailewood, Liberal Unionist candidate In North Wellington, has The first proposal was that offered ladrop out if Clark. Vies with it tie authority to compel service. The IfS-Signs that Ger-. any Is seriously'considering, her eco- mic future' iacreas'es. -The >mburg Bremen'. Africa steamship le has just doubled Hi capilil. The w shares are tpjjf.taken up. by the remen National TJhdOQbtedly merlca'g hi aer" merchant eet has .in. shipping rcles. -The HaiH Line, Tfh'lch'Be- re'the war had MO'.IMX) topi of shln- Bf, tons re- The.tpnnaif of "alf'Qennany as been cnt'almoiit hVhaif.J Tie Wfsw which his not eeh bonEht by tis'Knipps asvjras re- orted bnt ty it iyisdlcate of business en, d.ealj.edltorialli-wUh'the future Germany's consular advo- ,tmE the with utineil nperieitn .and .a- thoroueh nowledge of commerce. H faTprs the ppolotment of and ommerclal conjnli. The Zeltane re- larks that, many efficient business men hare entirely the war, and, having. lost ererything, would be glad, to tike'-.'up work for which they are fitted. He says'that, orwlnj to hatred.of wm rery d if f leal t for theVfi tier i to do Brllith of rteftie war. America ,'anH JSngland, remarks, are-a! ready, occupied 'with trade questions, and .harB set he Germain a good eiample. there s no doubt that the Germans are'per- ectly confident, that1 rela- lons with the allies'will be resumed mmedlateiy on cewatlon lies. Tie Zedong :ex- iinple, that Germany xhoiild appoinl conial general if .would do the Esiue. effected. This was' not To CALIFORNIA the Scenic Columbia Hirer Route THE NORTH BANK ROAD Officials who have charge of the movement of munitions-in New York docjara that the scheme Uy which eiploslves are .handled in Xew York harbor preclude any disaster to this port that at Halitai. Sergeant P. G. Fisher, ot the Medi- cine Hat division of the provincial po- ]Ice has been appointed acting.lnspec- lor, in place'of A. H. Schurer, resigned and Sergeant J. B. Hish. of the Edmon- ton -division takes inspector's rank in place of Inspector Lees, reslgneil. After ten years service as soloist and choirmaster of Victoria Presby- terian church, Toronto, Donald o. SlacGregor has- resigned. The. vic- toria ch'olr.r which numbers had become pno of the best known, apd efficient choruses in Toronto, under the leadership of Mr. MacGregor.- Flit 'TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN SPOKANE AND PORTLAND Elsctrin I-islited inj "and Sleeptnu Cars, aad Roomy Coaches. Lave Spllant a. m. Arrivt PsrflaaJ 7i45p. a. Ltaiii Spatae, 9-IOf. a. Arrivt a. n Co San FrkociKo Spend JEjS Ja perfect lined with wtvinf the pepper and cucalj-ptus trfcs, Inthinp iruivcteut film itudiffi, hi slDric fy M iJ L quaint rttrcalj al! tend lo in alec Calif pr- nil the Pleasure Rtzxtl far faetftfi ffW'i Features of the Wonderful Columbia River Highway Are Seen to Excellent Advantage from the North Bank Road's Waler-Level Grade Thru the v WA1JDO G. PAINE Aiit. and PaVi. Agt, 7 v Davenport Spotine, .Waishihgion nun ntc. Word hat'teen received thai a al SOO rsinrnei tellers have alrtadj arrived fi NC York harbor, but thi mllltarrhospllal commlMlon iot Iwen nollliei sa to ifhen the soitlsient wll< Canada. plan of brtDgtaj-nw.Ctn war referaiu' Vta New Yort City calls for of a mlllUrnclturtiu rtMIoa Island. 'plufi', tha turned toldlen M at AtUiirtlc Jo be "IxjarJ etl" by imdlcal idU JM ten right tfcrpnrt 'td'flftfr Jestl thiii tke iri Before wttnn timtt' rellUfes if ttvttkt will all (or M to report. I l.ty UnL-Oor. the MMlon of lure of tt'f nrd.7 afternoon'. If and Saturday, Tire able In thai only two Ihefo VRS ntA the 26 days the Containing Merchandise Worth or More Take Your''Choice HAYR HARDWARE CO.