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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TJ1K LEniBfWXSK. DAILY Xctbbribje Ixratfc alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers .THE LF.THBRIDGE HERALO PRINT- ING COMPANY. LIMITED S23 6'h Street South, W. A. Buchanan President and Mausgms Director John Torrance Buslines Manager TILEPKONES Bnslnesa Office 115J Editorial Office .10 -JS.OO .14.00 .....fUQ Rates Dally, delivered, per west Dally, delivered, per year Daily, by mall, per yaar AVeckly, by mail, per y Weekly, by mail, per year la Ditcf of aiplry of (inscriptions ap- pear dally on address label- Accept- ance of papers rJter explralicn date our authority to centlnuo the sr scripUon. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR for 'peace Russia and the central powerfl are proceeding rapidly. Germany has also Informed Russia that these negotla- iforisswlll be folloKed br an offer of peace to the Billed powers, and asks that Russia her offices to the allies to consider the offer. la the meantime tie ukranlaia and and other provinces In Russia are BhovVyig spirited opposition to the and all wilt not be plain (or wlihln the ueit len The new U.S. t fc cot (or Immediate adoption. The hriotti Iff- I slat urea a period ot seven years to whJoh to pass the araea-iuseaU, Bat with the already given by muy of the aatf with taal the country li iry. muy states which tot yet fit to adopt dry law will da ao wlthoit delay. Under the new taw i> yet [or Arkanaaa. 20, 1917 LOCAL UNION MINERS ACTING UNWISELY U miners' union had deliberately sought for some plan with a view to dlvorekic public lymfathy (rwa ttelr could not hare cboaaa.one berUr cajcvlated to acoompUah that result than the action at local union on Wednesday. Without diaciiisint the mertta ot the very manner la which thay brought about a. cettatJoa of work, la the very dtad of winter when every poand of coal that can be pro- duced It necHeary to the welfare of tho cotmtry, is to condemn the action of the orjaaJaatJoa la the eyes of the public. The local mine oftieUli offered to diicus tho jrieraace with the union officials bat curtly told that U was not a quMtloc be- tween the union asd the operators, birt a question only between ualoa and non-union" men. To make this ground for stoppage ot a dally pro- duction of 1EOO tons of coal la field Is too serious to be passed over lljhtly. The pnh'lli! has been in.entire sym- pathy with' the cause tie United salting when the Bolshevikl come to' jo (ar at th'elr ettorU enforce the peace they agree upon with the Teutons. On the Italian front the Tentonl have been thrust buci on seve'ral oc- casions, and attacks for the most part have been utter failures. TiTelr losses have been hearf. GOODFELLOWSHIP ACROSS THE BORDCR Good feeling between Canada, an? the United Statea iras nerer able on both sides of the now. helped a lot to incrftaae ri. Canada and-Uu United. Ststei .will fevtS profli ty. the boUer uodBritand- inz, and Wetlen (Jajjada wiU profit aoif of ay. to Mcore tucreaied pay peopla ot Kngllia- speaking Canada in yetlerday'a elec- the News-Telesfam would do wall to: drop tbe racial cry. It should ra- member that the Canada of today la a TCstly'dlffcrent Canada frota tie of Sir-John A. MacOonald. That areat iiUteanian.neTerhad 56 b West- Canada to consider. Canada weat t> ralher ramoTed from Qiao- 'bec'than is Ontario, and eaa look ai .'.Canadian problena with a broader iwpspecllve. are not afraid ot the consequence: of Monday's elee- 'Oon io far 03 the unity of Canada Is concerned. Qurtec has been that It la no longer the tall Inat __ Ihjj dog. It must bow to the rule 'of Ihi major! ly, and we tt win gTacefulIy do so. That, at any rale, irlll be' the wisest course. NATION-WIDE PROHIBITION iM WilTtD STATES 8qrgreat ias been tha eicltennnt hi Canada during the past few days trrer the. Dominion elections Uiat few peoplo realize Just what the Congress erf tie United states has done tor the people of that country. On 'Monday the day that Canada voted to stay 12 the war to the bitter end, Congress yaued a raioltillm for nation-wide That fs Ihs bigsest boost "trji" hare ever received at one In part of the world, anil event should be the occasion for "froeh rejoicing ,'The act calls for tho suomlsslon to of ari amendment ;o V S constitution forbidding the laiBfadare, sals or 'IrJportallon o( llquora for hererage pur-1 IHH has prohibited the, use Death came auManly. to, >Vm. JaaStor for tto Industrial Montage Company at SarnJa, body' wai foiiid ju3t Inside the bank door. -He was 65 years old and formerly of TiVonto. Wm. Wlawman, tipt 14, ot Swca- arr. OnL. who snflered: a llih'tning shock tart went to his father's home, complained ot' a head- ache, and, c-b- ectlons, aecsredLa. nvoirer aod shot himself. Aa the coall boy puU It, only four Help the Clinatmaa'cheer fund and jet 4kat ChrtotnjJjr feeliiuf Oera Uaeal t. iieher Dour Sa Canada. .Herrt a'j good joo ior t rfa late to do yonr Cnriatmas aarly, but iV, twtter to 'do It tudar tbu haa merely aaceaded tn price but the (eatire craabrfrry has actual- ly ariatlon 1 Thta wOi be the fourth war Christ BU. world', jreataat wjah tt that thera may sot be aabthar. T4ar saw th. Onbirto rarmers would never awort trnlon, A majority of for Union in that province ef- facttrafy dlapoaea'of that opinion. Orer in tie Dntted states It Is 'be- Inc the popular thine to lire war certificate, u ChrisUnM It's an idea that mlflrt wall intro- dradta. Canada. fn. Oatt Tork rnnaraxyuu aakim taaa to rarer of The aaiia aKoottMr too to (he bar ussct a eksmn to food rcraUav Sir Lairlw marely aald "In- credible" when mtomted of the solid rote atalul him In the weat. Evident- ly tie eld chief ra ml. think ther. art a lot at UKW election Han, In tie west after the accorded him in Calgary, Wtonlper, and Van- Tho (Winans an preparhif for fremamlOTa drtra oa the' front Verdun and Cstali, not be pesslmiitlc. The hearler the German ottenalTe the greater taelr lones, and the better the posHlon the allies will be In next iprlftg iriieh the U.S. It ready (o pJay a more active part. frafst 6r other foodstuffs for the ma of alcoholic b averages, a of .nn' of the prorlnces havi prohlbl- knt we have not gone ao M a aatkrft M i.are our neighbors 'But we afe on the and oaiifde Mexico a dry North be confldttitly looked A, M. Steed, o( Stirling, who his come to .the forefront ss one of the Mgsest breeders of reglilei-cd Short- 111 Canada, has returned from tie east where he attended Iho blir at Toronlo. Mr. steea disposed oMhe majority ot the Ontario IB the UP PASSING BVSY slatted Saturday with a blinding snow. degrees below norm, the wind In a very cold quarter porls her plaut: southeast, that wind has continued to blow alicost day and nlflit ever since, I nitlng the roads with that loose snow I making them almost Impossible, with llie tfcunuotneter registering about 30 Kvery housewife re- ptauts frozen aud all oilier o articles loui'hud. Also re- ports ot children having, loes and fin- gers frozen (oing to school. Tho elevators that bundle coil are the busiest places In town these days. a steady string of teauta are to be seec awaiting their turn at the coal Lin. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Houti who are ou their way to Vancouver thence to Sin- gapore In Hie South Seas arc visiting Mr. and 34rs. James Kobb and fau> Mctaljrev 'rttlMn. la Dr. AJailttw T. SUU. tou4aT ot Mteopatky, at KirkiTffle, Me. British Kid hat donated to OH Halifax sufferers, and the London fuad has ruchad Georse B. Smith. M.l'.P. for Bait York and at doe time a well known Toronto agerchaat at Lot Cal. S. Jacoba, as a Ub- era! In tie Canler division ot Moatrtia] Is the fint Jet- to bs returned to Canaataa House of Commons. l In Quebec, outside' of Montreal Island, subKrlberj contributed more than teyeateea and a half rcltllom dollars to the .Victory Loan. Capt. New- foundland reclment, hu been killed In action. He was a yoanjar brother of Capi. BartteU, who com- manded Peary's, steamer. Roosevelt In the North Pole Naral A Has ifrinr Sirides He Washington, Dec. Secratary ot the Navy Daniels ap'peared today'.'as a witness before tjie house sub-coirimit- :ee delegates to begin an uiTnlicallon into the war'acUTlliei. Secretary Daniels gave a general reyiew ot what ike been d tot ,i. any facta .thai ee "of to tsm Mataj; tie nan Hettoli} other Importut "atijiiia, i DbcosMnaj te ate of rt chatera, ha said-' taey wire, regtrdsd as. a, necessity and' there; wai-. "no great' enthusfmsm- "about 'them: as a weapon for parpjanant' eftectiveileis. Naval 'hi hat.'inade gratlfyJng bat been'ham- pered by lack of mannTafturlon-facill. 'Jm praised: the lo-ordi nation betweii the.pBrsxJnne! of navy al- lies; The great, problem .waa to-furnlsh gun crews to merchant "We hare put guns on every ship going Into anbmarlae war MUM. that- rc- It" SheriR W. H. Carney, of Sault Marie, Dot, It dead. Oliver UTilloslde. aged (0. an ployee o< the Kluery Fuundry at rora. died after gcltlnc up early and tha flra. Her. A. .E. IrulD. pastor ot Hyde Park. and Koxtoko Presbyterian coo- gregatlonj, iiu accepted a, call to Bracebridge church. The majorities la most cases In Nova Scotia where opposition candt have won are small am! may be changed by the soldiers' vote. After seven years of jwrrlca in the Brentford Gospel Tabernacle the Rer fi. H. .North has -accepted a'' call to Port Huron, Sllch, Clyde McWebb, ,ot Cobles, Oiford county, the tragic discovery when he vMted the home of Charles Blewitt that Jlrs. Diewltt was dead and her husband unconscious, -as a result of Inhaling gis trota a itove In the room. Otjr Own Ccritt. Onssy Lake, Dec. James and Will Turnbul! left. Monday night to visit their parents In Calgary. J- H. Watson made a business trip to Lcthbrldg-a'Wednesday and Thurs- day. Mrs. Clifford Booti Is up from Bow Island visiting hor parents Mr. and! Mrs. G. H. James. j A son WEE born; to Mr. and Mra. Foulkes, 12Lh. JI155 Jean and Jeanetto Raisbeck went to Medicine Hat Thursday and returned Saturday. Mrs. H. B. Sands ia dijposlnj of her aoiiseoold goods aud going to Leth- brldsa to reside, where Mr. Sands has position- THcre. wa.. ao school Friday owing to the savers storm, which on Friday morning was like a North Dakota blizzard, snow blowing BO thick you couldn t sea across the street Mr. and Mrs. West len Saturday nf- lernoon for-a three'months' trip to Indiana their former home, they will stop In North Dakota and visit on tnefr Mr. John-PaterEOn his his brothar We ire.haTing Vary severe' 'weather, that our; oldeit -Taints VictroU IV. AVictrpla Be YtiiirGift Let The World's Greatest Artists Assist You in Your Decision IT IS NATURAL that in the musical world there should be singers and instrumentalists whose transcendent art places them in the fore- front of their profession. THESE ARTISTS have attained their command- ing positions by reason of their superb artistry, and it is no mere coincidence that they have chosen the Victrola as the instrument to carry-tteir sublime art into the home with the ..utmost THE YICTRbLA'is'the greatest of all musical instru- ments not only because at brings you the exact renditions of (he worMs Imt boainsc n has through sheer merit and througfc ijWrUl-wMe recognition by rrulljbns of mtisk-lovers earned Hifa high Honor Se artists have conferred upon it- J WE WTLLCLADLYSHOW YOU the complete toe AI to play with ih-double-faced, 12- selectkMii, 10-ia. records. Terms. cath and per month. 832.BO W W 9 lu tuju the you know and like best, which is the only way for you to rtersomay judge its capabilities of satisfying your lonfiinSa. Victrola X. with it 12-teiectioas 10-inch records, your own choke. S122.9O Terms cash and per month! Other combluiioiis at varions! prices. Cf mi VKTMUI M KCMO j YOli.TO.StUCT.I.KOM !EUcK- timibi ..Balmoral Block, Fifth Street, Uthbridga.) U are seen, since; coming to'Alberta. It London, Dec. Qwwral commander of tie anfales at SaloaHd, bu btm recallM, according to newtpaper annouctmnit, (n'-Ath- ena, aays a Reutir dlapatca ftoii the, capllal under -date "of Decem-l ber li. 'The snccetaor of Oei. Sarrall In command of Macedoaian forces It Is laid, will be Gen. Oulllaumffc- 5i. P. E. Samll has tlfied with tha operatlom based on Salonlkl on Octobsr 19, he was sent Io command tho French expeditionary force engaged In nit attempt to succor the Serbians during Ihe Teutonic-Bulgarian drive that re- salted In the overrunning of Serbian territory. Salonlkl was Inrned Inlo ah allied base-ano! 'actiVt Opera- tions on tim Macedoaian front berun by tho entente serf year Gen. Sarrall directed the onlled opera- tions of the allies and has since re- mained In command on this front Sarratl'j chief serrltes prev- ious to going to Salontkl were perform- ed dtirlng the battle: ot. the.Marne when- he 'brown prince's army In the Argonae and pro- Tented the Investment of Verdun and ill Ike Dardajiellei.wheta.he. commahtl- ed tbe French expeditionary force af- ter Ota. wounded there and aubseiiuenlly in Angusl, 1916. Although there .art odlcers bearing the name, -ol Oalliaitjnet In the French army ft not Improb- able that the man to. tuccted Cen Sarrall roay.be Oea, who commanded tho French annlen at Ver- dun during their hriilli.nl operations last they completed the recorery of Tirfnilly al! ihe ground that the Oeranna had In their 1816 drive. he Iwiisht (n fall lit the Toronto the He h oice young animals herd n'3 at HELD Up Winnipeg., mand ,u W.-'Jbhhson, t hand over (1.30, all (hi poasesslon, to. a'rriaski mornlnj. The'rohbcr Sharp at 10 A.M. 10 ONLY HEAVY METALLIC BOTTOM Wash Boilers Regular each REMEMBER THE TIME AND QUANTITY CO. ;