Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1014 -ME E DAILY B E tt PAGE SEVEN, Cities must crekte shovelling. anything-A-to provide relief for the un- employed during the winter. Toronto will do it again this year, and yet, right at hand there is work for more than four thous- and unemployed men and work in clean Canadian Laundries, at fair living wages and fair; hours. All the white laundries need is iriore more employees to do the increased work will become a NECESSITY. v Extract from Toronto Canadian Laundrymen APPLY THIS I TO LETHBRIDGE 'Those people prefer to earn an honest; livelihood by .their own ef-. ,'forts and energy, instead of'ask'm'g'.charitable societies "to'give them aid.' They -will be able-jo not only support themselves but to help their Barents or other of the family..if given employ- '-merit. The worst enemy to the. unemployed Canadian are the. are granted the privilege to conduct public laundries in our midst. who ii.re'exempt from Factory Laws and who work their employees, day, night, and Sunday (yes, I said Sunday) and who "give no employment to white people. 'We respectfully solicit your patronage. 'Phone 451. C. S. Farrow, Manager. Lethbriclge Laundry Co., Ltd. URUJii'S THE FOX TRO i' BOA N ET Ai iho cla'nsants field in fashionable New York, the girls are wearing daiuty creations of the Moyenage, -which almost conceal entire coiffure. Such a bonnet here pictured, IB made of gold lace and blue chiffon and ties under chin with sold ribbon. Germans Rejoice in "Capture" of Hearst New Ally Well Known in America ---.-----.----_ Dajly Mail publishes j "Differences between Japan .and a translation of article by Protes- Professor Stein concludes, sor Ludwig Stein, editor of Nord and "are becoming ao sharp that possibly Sud, entitled "Change of Opinion in Americans actuated by the bitter die- which appeared in the tates of national self-preset va- Vossiche Zeitung of December 7. lion will have to come over to out Professor Stein begins by saying side, just as Turkey and Persia have that all signs indicate that a change in opinion has taken place to Ger- many's advantage in America in the last'few weeks, anii lit; asserts that this is due to Great Britain's seizure of cables and rigid censorship of news. "Quiet disgust over these autocra- tic tactics is gradually being convert- ed into loud-voiced indignation among already done, and as China eventual- ly will do." TO SUCCEED LANGELIER Ottawa, is reported here that when the term or Sir Francis Langelier, lieutenant-governor, of Que- bec expires, liis successor will be the Hon E. E. LeDlanc, K.C., Montreal, former leader of the Conservative op- The IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT For Your Friendsi Mother or Sweetheart Whether a Beautiful Blooming Plant, Fern, Palm, or a bunch of Cut Beginning MONDAY Morning, we have on sale at the HUDSON'S BAY, Dry Goods Dept. a full stock of Christmas Plants, Out, Baskets, Holly Wreaths; and other Smas goods at reasonable prices. Orders are now booked for Sums delivery at the Hudson's Bay Store or direct with us; Phone 1003 or call and inspect Greenhouses. FRACHE BROS., Florists Visitors welcome at any time Park Car will bring yoq to our door. k HONOR TSJNG-TAU LEADERS Feltival to Welcome Them i at Toklo Tbklo, Dec. and Vice-Admiral Sadakich! Kato, respectively, the ;cpnimanders of the land and naval forces which operated successfully the fortress at TsingTau, wars given an ovation on their entry 'into the city tores-days' festival win lie- held in honor of their return. The event was. signaled .also .by the opening of the nsw Central railroad Elation, one of the largest .in the world. BAKER'S COCOA Possesses All Three It is absolutely pure, conforming to all Pure Food Laws, It is of high .quality, being macle from choice cocoa beans, skilfully'blended. Its flavor is delicious, because it is made without the use of chemicals, by a strictly mechanical process that per? fectly preserves theiappttizing NATURAL flavof of. high-class cocoa beam. ,MJtOt lit CANADA VT WALTER BAKER CO. Limited DORCHESTER, MASS. SIS MONTREAL, CANADA EVTAIUSHKT) 17SO i liberty-loving says the j position in the Quebec legislature. Gorman editor. American feels [The vacancy will .not occur until as if he were cut ofi Irom his sometime later. relatives and from ;liis scientific and artistic relations with Germany, the fouutainhead of culture." 'Iir addition to the'cflorts of Pro- lessor Munsturberg and Dr. Dcrnburg, Professor Stein says, there is the many espousal of jqermauv's rizht- ijoiis" Pr Sloans, ____ adds, ''know adopt to stir the American na'tional soul to liycly nights." jf.jr 6t the of Count von Berns'tprff, Professor oStein says he has succeeded in fusing the Germans in America a united and "has succeeded in appeal- ing .to the hearts Sot: even Russian Jews in Ajmiprica by writing to'the editor of a 'Jewish newspaper in New York that 'Germany has giv- en her Jews all regard as an especially happy achievement pi Count von BernstornV Professor Stein contin- !ues, "that he succeeded during a visit ftp William II. Hearst, the American newspaper king, in capturing this sov- I ercign of over 600 for the: 'German cause, thus parrying the ef-; forts ol the great .press of which is working ser- notably the Now York Times, which Belongs to the'London Times. ''Manipulation of) the press is the most delicate problem of the djplo- iniacy of all countries, and especially 'diplomacy; Count Berns- ;torfi has also in this-respect proved i himself a master ol the situation. Td icapture Mr. Hearst to a j battle won, for Mr. Hearst is not on- ly the head of the International News Service company, or Hearst's service, i Which dominates more than 600 Am- erican newspapers, but is also co-pro- prietor oi the News Pietoral, which j includes all the kinemas of America. The latter throws the news, onto a screen twice a week. ''Since -the visit of Count von Bern- storil to Mr. Hearst the Keatst press ilias come out openly for the German The editor in chief of his New papers, Arthur Brisbane, a real 'American, has taken up the German cause unreservedly, and advocated its righteousness in a series of leading articles. Naturally, attacks ar.e aim- ed upon Mr. Hearst by an ent press, But they reho'and without cilect, from this man of iron, the only ally who is welcome to-us in these grave MECHANICAL TOYS AND EVERYTHING FOR THE BOYS AND GIRLS. MADEIRA LINENS, HANDKERCHIEFS, DOILIES, LUN- CHEON CLOTHS FOR LADIES. IcLEAY THIRD AVENUE SOUTH. I Always Rely on Hamlin's 1WT Purest and safest of all and germicidal initsqualities, Hamlin's Wizard Oil has been a favorite with doctors and nurses for over 60 years. Ita high quality ingredients have wonderful hculinit power. 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Wilkie, District Manager, Leltbridse I amrf or Gift ctric American kow-towing.to "The peace societies, which arc very powerful over their head Andrejf Carnegie, who has remorse- fully renounced his early acts o! mis- holiavidr toward the be- ginning to move tremendously in our fayor. The spirit irom boiow ia being met 'more than halt way by willing- nils from above. William J. Bryan, secretary of state, despite the fact ihat Ms son-in-law. is an English of- fer, Captain Reginald Owen ol the 'royal engineers, is known throughout his' country as the 'Prince ol or 'Angel of but more im- portant than Mr. Bryan himself are Ms first assistants, Robert Lansing and Solicitor Johnson, who fnvor aii 'understanding on sane .basis, '''president Wilson himself is quiet- ly-, preparing tor his future role as arhlter, ana it gratifies the seli-con- ktiousiicss o! 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