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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE'.F'OUR THE LETHBRIDUG DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, I alberta- v aprajvund' still -lose .the .war through lack cf properly applied effort. 5. production of food must be kept up. for ourselves. the luiqple ol tho motlieV-and nncl tiio nrmies tit the front. Tlie basic industries necessary to tlio mi'MiiK of munitions must bo kept goinsr. Anrl the public, service must be continued. 6. If the strength of the nntion Is to be brouEb.t-tq.nJny there must bo discernment 'exercised, nncl each employed at the task he is best fitted to do." The readjustment will he tried on a voluntary 'basis, but coranulsior. may be enjulove'd' later it that fails. e_ml inventory is to power of- the country, 'ilespohse is voluntary', but compulsion may be applied if neces-saB' unrt authorised joy is'nlso' to be "made of the natural resources oi the country, to find out what the nation has wiUifwhlch to -work. 9. The manhood of the Dominion mav be divided into, three classes: Those.boit fitted to fight; those fitted :o. do service at home as civilians; those not fitted to do either but who lave wealth. 10.- The soldiers should be drawn from those between IS and 25 years of age as far as possible. Those over that age should be put to essential work, non-essentials being dropped. The wealthy who can neither fight nor work should be 'PICKED FOR D A (i Y- A N D- WE E'K L' Y v Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per wecK new mllKi'ii dollar hotel s to be called tlio Devonshire. Lieut. Crawford Miller, son of J. C. MHler, Orillia. fell from his [lying machine in England 'and was killed. Hugh Knott, a former citizen ot Grey County, Outurio, died at Kd-montou. Edmonton council of women declined to endorse a conscription resolution sent forward from x A bonus of 5 per cent, will be paid to the women teachers iu Hamilton next year. Moses Martin, ah Indian of the Six Nations Reserve, aged 92, was found dead in a fence corner. Edward Smithson, farmer of York lownship .until n year ago, when he moved into Weston, died from typhoid Forre Kenora, aged Connelley of Merriton, Rev. Samu ister, died at was formerlj ReV. L. W. cepted an in church at L't More than mates of Mi be afflicted Akron, Ohi to use half-pr. newspapers church servic Mr. and A couple be carried ou fire. Montreal, a only 32 recri Weekly, by mail, per yeur 51-50 Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S.. W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Bates of expiry of subscriptions appear dr'ly on address label. Accept-Dice of papers after expiration date is our authority to continue the Vour King and Country need yoii: right THE Davis, of Irricana, will contest Gleichen constituency for The British soldier In tho front Una Fire hours after the body of Mrs. gof.o five hot meats dally. There IB Ma ill) in o Kramer, 19, bait been found at 7, dinner at 12, tea at In ditch Juat outside Detroit, Dr. and soup or stew at 9 and again Henry 'A, Lomisbury, 53, a unlive of at 2 o'clock In the morning. Peloe Island, Out., was under arrest. THE BUSY MAN A in Guelnh City Hall to Among the bulldlnga secured discuss reducing the high cost of returned Invalided soldiers an C.P.H. electrician at living called for meat at only ouo I Strathcona Hospital at Edmonton, a meal a day, civic monopoly of pota- part of Quean's University ot King- toes, and putting a maximum 'price ston, autl a wing of the Grey Nun- of .46 cents for egga and butter. HaiV police magistrate A ]losplui traju for the comforl. able carriage of some Cana- nery at Montreal: Tlio will el the late George C. JBoldt, proprietor of the Waldorf-A New. Liskeard, O'nt. He at Newdale, Manitoba. L. W. Hill of Ingorsoll bas ac- invitation to the Methodist dian soldiers in tha early stages of torla Hotel, New York, divides uu us- convalescence from Atlantic ports to tato of from twelve to fifteen million their destinations Inland In being dollars between his wife, son and constructed by tho Military Hospitals daughter. Commission. It will run as far as Winnipeg. Tlie National City Bank, of New York, will pay a bonus of twenty per Vigorous expressions of Indignation cent, of a year's salary to all em- wore voiced at a great jloyea who have been In the service at New York to protest against the a more ami are receiving "enslavement of Belgians" by the M.G00 .per annum. Over German government. The deportation of the Belgian populace was condemn- In letters read from Theodorp employes will be at- intm-PHt in Roosevelt. Archbishop Ireland, Joseph- Jph'n Ttocfcofeller -will :give mmftitiL ..in Grace H. Dodge Memorial H. Choate, and other prominent mtiij. Equally forceful were addresses do- JJpdoVment Fund for the National pntflpHrv nn Hvered by EHhu Root, James M. Boar4 qf Yqung Christian ,Mrs..uias. Foiucary, im formor assistant attorney-general of JaiiocIaUon; 6n condition that to the United States; Alton B. Parker, GQO, tm'pledgQd by Jan. 1, 191S, and and Rev. Wm. T. Manning, rector of uiat the, sum be paid in by OF THE WAR Premier Lloyd-George has made his on the German peace proposals and there is left no room for doubt'as tp the attitude of Great Britain and Full reparation by Ger- many is the only possible oasis of peace, a peace that must carry, .wjth it a safe and sure guarantee that, there must be no more breaking of treaties apd the disturbing of a peaceful civilization. Lloyd George has made Trinity church, who presided. .1, ljJ19. ditions should also be kept in mind. Candidate. Alberta legislature as a Conservative whereas, Winnipeg, a thousand miles; The problem is not what will become of th'e returning soldier, but what will become of the slacker, for the soldier will ftgt his job. Canadian people do not yet know wjiat thrift means, but they will find put Before the war not compulsory' 'measures. If In Canada saved fifteen cMtB'p'pr we could pay the cost of the war as we go. If the war ended w the' enemy would owe their war "to. themselves. We would owe emphatically plain the intent of thej JJOO.QOO.QQO ,of our war debt in from the nearest ocean has given i already SB men. i According to present plans the Saskatchewan Legislature will meet During the St. Lawrence .shipping on January 9. Tho elections are ex- season just ctased there wag not a pected to take in May. single serious accident to vessels on the Lawrence Capt. Charles Gesner, a Crimean It is sixty-two years since a. season veteran, acting as wfUctimau, was has closed with a clean sbQet, killed at Toronto by p car ivhile plac- ing danger lights in position. 'afties to continue the .war until such" peace is obtainable. Germany now Has heard the unofficial answer ot all the allies to her peace offer. The official reply will go forward in a'few- the reorganization of the forces in France, Gen. JofTre has're- Igased the command of the French forces to Gen. Nivelle, and will become head of the now allied military conn- ca. 'The Germans claim the French vie- United. States, and must send thatjjr the Interest on it out of the country. Luxuries should be given and -wilj-have to be., 13. This national service campaign It is understood that over sixty chaplains of the C. E. F., have already D. S. Burdick, who was an enthusi- been notified that their services will bicyclist after he had reached, not be required at the present time. :y years, died at Ingersoll in his Those .useful in recruiting .will 'h.e ninety-eighth year. Finance Commissioner Thomas retained. Five Austrians who went .to Harn- ihaw of Toronto, .reported thatjilton from Santfa to avoid the five- almost SO per cent, of the taxes levied i dollar coli tax, were fined ten'doltars for 1916 had been collected. each for not registering. They had to the public. .14. Theiquestion every must ask himself is: Are you doing Canadian! w- T- cf Colling wood, will be the most. you can? Year the' -national ser- vice; cards should reach every man in should be filled out by the Conservative candidate in Simcoe to fill the vacancy in; Ontario legislature created by death of Hon. Jas, Duff. Whether Blenheim, Ont, is to have in Canada. Vniess this is) a billiard parlor or not is the principal ton- at Verdun to be of little advan- done voluntarily naw, compulsion must Plank in the platfocm of candidates i f0r municipal honors. tags, and they expect aitacks, state that they will not trans ler troops from the eastern front. :rGerman attacks on the French froril have been repulsed. The TeutonsrCbij- tlnue to win in Rumania. ACCREDIT TO MR. COCHRANE i. JTlie resignation of the Stanfields la not a rredlt to them. It is a credit to Hon. Frank Cochrane, for we believe patronage is at the bottom of the trouble. evidently wants to! conduct, the I. G. R. on business principles' but the Stanfields desire-to- afibereifb" the .6M rptten prlnctple of running the railroad', as part of a ppatical Politics in our offices, custom houses, land offices apd immigration offices are -bad enougft; hut thev shpuld never be the conduct government rtjlr road. LLOYD GEORGE SPOKE FOR THE EMPIRE Lloyd George spoke for a unltpfl Empire when he declared that there roulrt he tio peace until Germany with its allies made full reparation for the crime it had committed against the World. His words should satisfy many that it will have to fight until ft is beaten or throw up the sponge now, with -a complete understanding that it will abandon, militarism and recompense the. nations.it has -at- tempted, crush. There can-be no makeshift that will permit Germany-to precipitate another war when it has recovered its strength. We want a perpetual peace and we- can't expect that until Germany, Aus tria, Bulgaria and'Turkey 'beg1 for it NATIONAL SERVICE; WHAT IT MEANS The tour of Sir Robert Borden ant R. B. chairman of the Na tlonal Service Board through Canada is or at any ratte should be conceii o service What is conscription; there is nothing com pulsory about it. Its purpose urgent and necessary It means' lirtmg up the pepple for some form of Tice or other during the war We can all serve in some capacity or other Whethsr we old or Infirm or phjsicsil} fit rich or .poor are tasks 'to do that wiH h.elp our country can work we can pay we can produce or 'we can'fighC must do bur duty, and along one of these -avenues we can perform our duty. The Edinonton Bulletin so' well sum- marized the" case-.for national 'service as Mr. Bennett put It. In city- week that, we thin_k .It. .well, tp repro- duce it as follows 1. There is; a grave possibility of (be being terribly Grave noFsibillty of it. 2 If they are Canada be roires narStif Chicly, go to the Victors 13 The only way to. avert, that fate is to organize and concentrate' whole strength of the nation in ihe effort to win war. 4 The fact that we have recruited and sent a oversea Is nbt fuough miglit a much lar come Let us-dp it Our duty is plain. Aitken should take the title of Sylvia Pankburst started a riot for peace. There is nothing peaceful about peace .campaigns. Mai Aitken nas been raised to a peerage If he was recommended by the governments no -Bon- der1 it went on the rocks. anfofd Evans would make1 a "very good chairman of the Grain Commis- sion, provided he ran the job himself and'-frowned on1 all -political interfer- ence. a peer Think of. it, the JJughes suggested as over- of militia, bat who knew opinion to Uk e job of himself well any chances hy Sarnia workmen complain Americans, are taking their jobs. that At present about 250 men come across "daily from" P-ort Huron, In an address to the Women's Can- adian club at Kitchener, B. F.B. John- ston, K.C., of Toronto, admitted that he -had become a convert to suffrage, j Mrs. Alfred G. Variaerfailt, of 'Lenox, Mass., rented -a- furnished apart- -York City, for -which she will pay "an annual -rental of 000. The... suite contains 21 rooms "and iive bathrooms, New York City hotel men are pre- paring to have the usual New. Year's celebrations, but as this would mean a Sunday uight carousal, che! threatens cancel all licenses where an attempt is made to break the law. Norman HtprocS, editor of Collier's Harper's -Week. The Minister of Labor had better ly, was 'in, city Wednesday to Miss Elizabeth Kemp- ley University. Mrs. Mary Warden wi- Hdow of the Standard Oil financier, by will left more than to turn hls-eyes westward.-. "We read that IB-has been attending to the far eai the milk dealers religious, educaticna! in- S uthat itJJie price Speaking at' Cobourg, Brigadier- be liable to criminal prose- cution, for .having conspired to in-j crease their price The punishment is_-jail of 55000. A word to the.-.wise should The reason given for the amalgama- UoTa of two of Ottawa s leading papers tremendous increase in tfte "producing newspapers has .made amalgamation of newspaper pro- perties ;1n many cities, if the public to be properly served -Bew.s of the dav, and II ad- not to tfe compelled to carry a very heavy burden." Follow- ing the ptta-wa move Toronto papers are jncrdasmg the subscription price and Advertising rates General Hemming, officer command- ing Third Military said the great wave of "indifference over the country the: .past- few .months was possibly partly due to the optimisnr of the Canadian''press; giying inflated prominence to termedjvictories for the allies and minimizing re- Senator J K Kerr who died the other lay at Toronto must have been of those disloyal Grits, re- marks Godench Signal. His only sorf and his four are all overseas on military service, and his daughters also are in Europe, ao that Only 'qnti member of his iwith him when he died Senatpr Kepr was Speaker of the Sen- ate ,ftorn J909 to 1911 M A D I K E do LARS amongst them concealed in their clothing. Principal J. Williams, .of the Alexandra High School, Medicine Ha't, has been appointed a member of the Provincial Inspecting staff. It is re-; ported that Mr. .Hector Lang will -sue-! ceed him in the principalship. Another fire at Summerslde, P.E.I., did damage: The George codkin, jeweler; ..Percy En- man, druggist, and Harry den- tist, were burned out. Brace McKay was slightly and company's .store damaged .Billy Sunday's prpposed campaign in New York, was started-with, the incorporation of the New York Wil- liam A. Sunday Evangelistic Aaso incorporated John D 'P-ockefeller, 3un, is ''one of the peti- tioners. A convention of Russians residing in Alberta .and Saskatchewan, held in Edmonton' last week sram to the president; of duma urging the' continuance of 'the war to the end anfl until the independence of Poland, ;Serbia .and Slavonja has been'secured, and until the-CarpathO- now under the cqntrol of Austria e been incorporated in the Russian empire. Princess Jcachlm of Prusnift, of the German. gave birth to a son on child Is the tenth grandcaiW of emperor and thb fourth to be horn since the beginning of the Joachim, the youngest soil the Qer- man emneror, was toi Prin- cess Marie Augustine of Anhalt, in'lhe royal castle Believue on Jyiarch 11, A wild gale visited the Atlantic coast last week. At the HaU. ifas terminals part of the great gran- ite sea wall was carried 'away. tug Lord Roberts, owned by the term- inal contractors, was also one ct their water boats. 'At Yarr mouth the lobster fishermen are. re- ported to have suffered a IQSS ;of OOO'through the storm. At'Chatham, N. B., most of the smelt fishermen lost their equipment. EACH TOOKEBROS. LIMITED ATTENTTJON RED flQIS SALE of TO BE Hfl-p AT i The Standard Furniture CQ.'S Old Stand Fourth AVeiiiw South AFTERNOON AND EVENING THE FOLLOWING ARE SOME Of THE ATTRACTIONS: XMAS TREE, FORTUNE TELLING, AFTERNOpN TEA, FANCY WORK BOOTH, APRON BOOTH, CANDY PALTRY BOOTH, ETC Dancing in the Eyfqing. THE PUBLIC ARE EARNESTLY A3K15p TO HELP GOOD 1 IONIC THAT HEALTH "Frait-a-tives" Builds Up The Whole System Those who take "Irruit-a- lives" for the first time, nro often astonished ut the way if builds them up and makes theittfffl belier all over. They may ba taking some spe'ciflo disease, us Constipation, Indigestion, Chronic Headaches or Neuralgia, Kidney or Bladder Trouble, Uhcu- inaUsmor 1'amin.lliQ.Back.- And they imil when cured tho disease, that they 'f'pel better and stronger in every wpy duo to tho wonderful of thesa famous maflp from (ruit juices. 50e. a fl fqr 5Q, tqal size, 25c. At all dealers genj FruUfr OF GRAIN GRAIN bought outright or handled Complsston, same day aa LL fpr thip district by Leth- r Nofie Rive TV Euro- through our' exppft 'department equipped to I service i James Richardsop and Sons, Limited 201 Phone 777 Establuhed 1857 W J Lloyd, Mpr, Phone 365 Clark, Acct. 1613 Winter Excursions Low Round Trip Fares TICKETS ON SALE DAILY, DECEM9ER TO TO TORONTO, HAMILTON, OTTAWA, KINGSTON, MONTREAL, QUEJiP, HALIFAX AND All Points in Eastern Canada Flnil Return Limit THREf date of iMUe. ylth Win tlcketi vli all To Atlantic Se.porte In OLD COUNTRY Flnil Return Limit FIVE tfVfl dmU Al.o t. tt Mlnneepolii, Bliiffe, Det Pubuqui, f Ceunell y United Points Return Limit (jjqNTHf dale of To Vancouver, Victoria and New Westminster Tickets on Sale December to 1916. January 8th to 13th and FelirMary to 10th, 1917. Final Return April For full information apply to any Canadian Pacific Ticket Agent, or write, R. DAWSON, paiienj'er Agent, Calgary. OFFICE PjHpNE- 1113. MANAqER'S 1484 SMITH-MUgPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICp, pr at our expena: if you take HtUo tlnjo for them to get (heir with hem, and have -ufcred -so W ygp Be 1: rui position {o (he icr where to gq __ irned sold gq kt need von see 'one in any dlffloliUy, try to lelp him out, or io tejth.hlm whore ho can proper itUBttoh. Half tha men who, ;