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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR nil? LETHBRIDCiti- DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, DECEMBER liiifi Derajfo r ietbbrtoije, Hlbcrfa DAILY AND WEEKLY 55.00 Subscription Rates: delivered, per week per year Daily, by mail, per 'Weekly. by mail, per year by mail, per year to 1224 TELEPHONES Office Oflico W A. Buchanan John Tqrrance .Ma'iiagliiff Director Business Manager Pate? of expiry or subscriptions ap- pear on address label. Accept- cite of papers after expiration date the nation's busf- ress. Imaginary- grievances have been put intp plaqe..and real moved. of the farmers' organizations' of '.the western provin- ces will strong national fao tor. It will power for reckoning It will the farm, crs' interests It will fight the east1 if the east does not get a clearer con- ception of westerft ideas and ambj tions. The prairie provinces fhavs made manv mistakes So has the east. Some of legisla uon is harmful to ilationai interests Kenerallv Tbpsa and other problems -will be best polveti by less on the part of Eastern'i Canada, .to West- ern Canada's voice Otherwise, the will cure poor qqn Eiderable noise more than is pood country as a wrple Gen. Neville, the new head of the Erench, forces pn the west front, is half mother having be- longed to a "well Snown Kentish mili- tary family. That makes about eligible for "the S. O. E. and the Kentishmen, Life membership iii the- Calgary board tirade mav hereafter be l The assurance should T Shat the ticket will guaran- tee- entrance to heaven, which Cal- gary Is'likely; to soon claim as one of Is Leader wants public build- ings in Alberta built by 'contract. Tnats most unfair to his political Rev. C. S. Qnainton, rector St. Matthew's churclh- Brandon, has ac- cepted the appointment .of rector .of Clirlst 'church and dean of Columbia Cathedral, Vancouver.- Ernest Parker, of the Grain Eiv change, the Lindsay one of Winnipeg's skyscrapers, paying for It to Frank Lind- say, the owner and former hotel man. Stratford Presbytery is against the proposal, that the General Assembly who resigned. Speaking at East Xipissra'g Liberal I Convention, Chas. Bowman, M.P.P'., j severely criticized the Ontario gov-j ern mint's responsibility for last, sum- mer's forest fires in Northern On- tario. Secretary Daniels -told the House Committee on Naval Affairs that the three new battleships to be provided; for by Congress .will be the largestj fastest, ;an'd afloat. 'The General Electric bf-Sche- nectady, and other Jarge concernE in the east, have announced substantial wake increases to meet the higher cdst'jof living; The; .death' hasTLccnrred at his .iu: Montreap'of James Croil Uustos-ian and editor representation be-'cut frcai-one in six j For twenty-five years lie was a lead- members 'to one in eight, but ap- proved placing ordained assistant pastors on the FrQsbytery-iroIl. Edward Kline, of New Cumberland, Pa., has not missed a single session of Sunday school for 24 years. His Bible Class gave him a surprise party in recognition of" this. The city engineer and health oEii- cer recommended that Brantford's wattir supply in future be taken from the Grand River above Wipes' dam, and mechanically purified and chlori- nated. Town Solicitor Gross, of Weliand, has given notice of appliQation to the Legislature for a sneclal act au- godfather.Jiob Rokera who is strong-jnexing to the town of Weliand the in [y in favor of day work and against j large factory .section Cropland 'ontnact asT witness the re construc- ifon of the parliament buildings at Ottawa. township. George II. Pbwnail, the institute of bankers, died suddenly in'London, at the age of 87 years. He Stxifcahury when in Lethbridgej was-formerly William last weet-remarked that''the moving Deacons Bank, and wa: ATTENTION RED CROSS SALE of SORTS TO BE, HELP AT The Standard Fiinutiu-e Cq.'s Old Stand Fourth Ayejiue South THURSDAY, DEC 21st, 1916 AFTERNOON AND THE FOLLOWING ARE SOME OF THE ATTRACTIONS: XMAS TREE, FORTUNE TELLING, AFTERNOON 'TEA, FANCY WORK BOOTH, APRON BOOTH, CANDY BOOTH, PANTRY BOOTH, ETC Dancing in the Evening. _ THE PUBLIC ARE EARNESTLY ASKED TO HELP THIS GOOD 1 THE- IS WEAR RUBBERS Many People Will Don Goloshei Early This Season to Com- bat the High Cost. of Leather Foot-wear Buy says tho ahoo- imin, the dealer who plays fair with his customora. Leather IB up and shoes are up to' such an oxtont that the buying of a pair of; shoes Is almost on a level ywlth tho acquiring of a new suit or coat.' Shoes must worn, but, tho economical person will don ruW bers as' eooh as tho woatlieV ge'ta the least bit under not only for the protection to the health that ijm rubbers afford, but .to s-nve .tho costly sfyoee, ho or wears. There was never a problem In economics tljat" was not solved sconer or later, and rubbers and overshoes aeem be the answer to tho prJse this winter. i 34 DRIECTORY ,QP GQAIN BROKERS I GRAIN bought outright or handled on.'Commiasion. RETURNS made as received. day LL cheques for this district issued by our Leth- bridge branch. IN touch with Euro- pean buyers through our own export 'dejiartnicnt. NONE better equipped fo give you perylqe. James Richardson and Sons, Limited 201 Sherlock 'Phone 77? Established 1857 W. J. Lloyd, Mgr. Re's. Phorie 365 VI. M. Clark, Acct.'Res. Phonp 1613 ing citizen of Count jr. iQa: tario. With the exception of Hon. M, A. iMacdonald and Hon. Ralph the new cabinet ministers In. British Columbia, have been returned :by. ac- clamation; 'The election in Vancou- ver takes place1 on' Thursday. Senator Gore introduced a resolu tion in the U. S. Senate proposing a constitutional amendment to restrict the. vote for presidential electors and members of congress to natue and naturalized citizens In 10 states aliens who have signified their inten- tion ot becoming citizens yqte under, certain .circumstances. The only military member of Par- liament who will not be sent horaa probably is Private "W F Carroll, the Liberal representative of Cape -Breton, who enlisted in the ranks to fight j with a rifle and -bayonet. He has crossed the Atlantic, and -will stay there untN he returns as a casualty or as a veteran when the war closes mcture eamDment nrovided for tb.P' Prominent writer on financial only other .members of Parlta picture equipment proviaea ior tne -f coon aftnni SRF returned 'hospital at Frank by I. O. D. E., is the only one; of- the kind in Canada. Our Daughters ,of the Empire have been m the forefront patnoMc raove- jects since the opening P_f the war. The third convention the Alberta raent who have seen actual active ser vice "are Colonel 'Harry Baker, Con- servative, who was killed m action, Federation of Labor will convene IniCoK John A. Cu'rne, who fougnt bravely at Ypres, was gassed, and re' the city of1 E'dmonton, on morning, January 191T, j and will continue in session from day ments ever since the war commenced day untI3 tne business of the con- and we "believe held also the first taf'day after war was declared. They have done magnificent work and our soldiei boys appreciate their many thoughtful deeds meeting at Tied Leader aiichener 01 the Alberta opposition charged Hon Clifford Sif- ton, Premier Sifton's brother, was be- McArthur in G. and This is what the premier house when Blow M P P.> .made the 'The statement Is ab In order, that there same Charge: false __ ______ no misunderstanding in this matter, I want to state here thaFthe Hon Clifford Sifton is jiot tlirertly or indirectly, in Interested relation or con- in the remotest degree in the buIIQmg oftHIs rail- way, personally or -through any corporation interest does not parade his desire fo- clean poll tics and straightforward methods so "much ag his leider but like a gentle man, he accepted the premier u word, iomments the Red Deer quite willing to leave the orderly dul GERMAN-WOMEN IN CIVIL ARMY appeal for volun- .eera to the civil army to botcreatpd at home as jin. auxiliary1 to the armies n field was posted m 'Magdeburg [t is headed In large letferb with the words, "PatriotiCi-auxiliary .semce ami calls upon all persons who are I iable under the law of De-i tember' if To on" of the six The anpea! calls atten- jdnrtb.Jthe fact that women are ac- ceptable for military, clerical and veation has beeii completed.. turned to recuperate, and Hon Dr. Beland, Liberal, who gave Ins medical skill to the Belgians, an4 is now a prisoner in German hands Winter Excursions Low Round Trip Fares TICKETS ON SALE DAILY, DECEMBER 1st TO 31st. TO TORONTO, UON.PON, WINDSOR, OTTAWA, QUEBEC, ST, JOHN, HALIFAX AND All Points in Eastern Canada Final Return Limit THREE MONTHS from date of issue. ocean tickets via all To Atlantic Seaports in connection Steamship Mpej fo OLD COUNTRY Final -Return Limit FIVE from date of issue. Also to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Ctcjsr Rapids, Chicago, Council Bluffs, Des Moines, Dubuque, Fcrt City and other United States Points Final Limit.THREE MONTH8 s To V ancouver, Victoria and New Westminster Tickets on Sale December 4th to 9th, 1916. January 8th to 13th and February 5th to 10th, 1917. Final Rejurn Limit 1917- For full information apply to any picffic Ticket Agent, or i write, R. DAWSON, District Agent, Calgary. OFFICE.RHONE, 1313. MANAGER'S PHfNE 1484. GRAIN HEAD OF.FICE, Write op af our expense if you hava flraln-tO'handleT We can assure yoy tha best price the stanji and give you 'cpur.tppuii. yefviqp prompt re'tHfnfr N. T. MACLECfp, MA, LETHBRfDSE SHERLOCK STRONG DOWUR GRAIN Lethbrldat entiro qrptnWon'l" your norviod and. Tyjtji our pxper- leaco e iftfely euarantee to got ygq Hij. prices for youj; grain jit my Hwe any or of. grain Phono M 192? Onlopry -Por Offioo 1885 He.. 1811 tioni. 5 (ilithSrWSp 1 Our Agents IB your A Pleasing A Percolator, Iron, Toast- er, Stove or Fixture WE HAVE THEM ALL. WHAT FINER- GIFT COULD YOU GIVE OR RECEIVE. STAR ELECTRIC CO. FIFTH ST. S. FEATURE PICTURE to Urpheem In aid of the Patriotic Fund TO BE SHOWN WEDNESDAY 'ft 'THURS. and 21 All receipts after expenses to g-o to the-Lctli- hi-idge PatilotU; Prices WIH DONT jrarv FORCET 3( THE WARVETERAN WHEN Yiili HAVE A JOB TOtiFFER EDMONTON. Howard SMchbury, ALBERTA. J R OUlVpR.'Seerstary The men wlm.hpVB fought, and are lighting our babies, ation toxa degree at the hands of thoap whq tJii] not go to the front. A debt la flue thein thiit money cannot pay, Irat'TOt 'CM1 niet_ patt by a due ftpnreciatlon propel altitude them (or their gallantry and yoi pridi Chan age the men" loafiiig li bn ny of us It ypu the returned no'lr. may toko a llttie Ubie tor them to get their bearings; Jfove with them, and enQoijrto have so muofi Be in 'ft position to Ihp-fetur'ried Sold ter where to go (fi of need" If you see ono ID nrjy try to help him out, him where he can get proper Help men who have ok lo work as H Is for mplover, give fair show. It ;