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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta .race an THE DAILY HERALD Lethbridge Riding Results Majority for Mr. Buchanan is now 1769. OHT lAkor Hall........ Mlaer's Hall............ 63 -172 172 Central................ S62 Courtlan d.............. 162 No. i Fire Hall.......... !i Country Poll! Coutts................ 13 12? 36 10 27 122 75 115 99 SOS 3 IS 12 5 Buchanan t TaylorfiUe............. 9 42 JT Commerce..... IS" South Raymond 30j Milk River 1U Foremost............. 57 Mountain View Purple Springs..... Boundary Creek West Sprlnj Coulee...... Beater Warner Pttienco Xew Day tort Bow Island Buoleu Grassy Lafca South Taber North Taber Barnwell Elcan Chin C. Y. District Iron Springs Albion miff Coaldale McLean Hyssop White Stirling Haymond Leehigb Xewlacds Coalnurst Kippeu Allers Lucky Strike Helton Creek Aetna LOYAL 10 ALLIES WooUoni Haley Ktabtll HjrrlstLMe St Kllda West I .tin bridge Diamond City Two-nfteen Chin Coulee N'elghborview liotit Fiolcher Chicago. Dec. declaration up- holding the Irish parliamentary parly 7 and charging that any Irishman or or- 21 gintjutioa who seeks to embarrass 63 any of the allied povre.-s In the con- 2S duct of the war is comuiltticg an act 39 31 of open hostility to the United Slates. was adopted tonight by the Irish Fel- lowship club here, the Urgcst Irish organization in tho city. It was directed to John K. Redmond and announced the forwarding of 15 i 000 us the first instalment of a fund be collected in America lii suouort 3! of the party. S I Turin...... 16 llighflsld Sohoo! 15 i Westtleld 41 IS 35 2! 3 17 3 n 31 19 10 S 11 5 1 5 4 D IS 10 5 14 Golden Pratrl...... Dinkview......... Seddon Welling.......... Siinson........... Gojdard.............. i> Three Eleven.......... 10 lugram's.............. Knar-pen...... 19 Northeast majority..... o 4073 Majority for Buchanan 1769. WacLEOD HIDING Pitcher Creek...... 9 TcJd Creek........ 3 Tanner........... 2 Ashvllle 1 Wfildron.......... 5 HUlsbro........... 0 Tenessee "C Cowley S PIricher Station..... 5 Brocket 5 Crook........... "2 Chlpman 2 Spring Ridge....... S 1 Robert Kerr ___ 2 Dry Fork 1 Man 0 tltppia S TVrow 3 BntU........ 7 EmgW 3 Maeleod Town "-K l 0 b 3 Jl a 2 b 0 3J 4 31 4 Lake 1 Glea Willow........ 1 Howe 1 Farkerrille 0 Pearce Finlay....... 6 1 0 0 f O.Ian ;Hathwell AUenVale IS TV'sterlon Ai'dervllle Oh'pn Cretk Hollaadale Pbrdaplne Hills Colemia Stately Ctireiholm Nofcle 1 Blackle 5S C eek 2 Miycroft High KK Hlft Pekijio Briiiif IIMpapore Bliinuore 10 11 11 De C Okotoks 10 9 120 ..-53 51 30 10 13S 10 sr 10 13 H S a 28 31 11 15 22 IS 10 9 21 20 e s 6 6 5 24 It 21 22 IS 16 5 3 5 15 11 17 12 4 28 10 11 4 10 15 10 176 50 14 23 20 11 1 14 1 4 3 38 12 2 8 1 12 17 Aldersyde......... s West Okotoks Broadway........ 0 Sun pAlrle.......11 Nantoa Town n Nanton district 7 Coteralne 7 o Brant.......... 'j Pnirlt Dell ..14 Broomtleld......''. 23 Wise Coulee........13 Table Butle.......13 Bearer Valley...... 0 i; fi 59 6 1 II) IS 43 M 67 136 56 4 22 11 17 120 32 'a 36 19 48 21 59 10 10 Plunfcott's House 5 3 Vulcan........ 53 Champion .1 47 Sroofes 65 Klrcaldy......... S Delta...........X6S Mllllcent........15 ilarln .........31 Standard ........12 Rlchdale losebud........1G itellaw .'.....31 Deerinp 15 Lone Star, ImaJ.) Enchant........S5 fravers....... 9 Lomond.......25 23 8 59 54 12 13 33 S 34 15 31 S 50 19 4 43 43 16 7 K 0 3 0' IS 0 10 12 0 1 23 ID 3 5 The tlcclaratloa says that any at- temvt 10 make distinctions between tho allies is futile, foolish or insin- cere. Any policy wtlcb promises aid to the causa ot the allies and at the saino time singles one of thorn out for attack is self-contradictory. are therefore compelled to re- gard any Irishman who at this time helps to embarrass the conduct of the war by any of the; European powers is trying to embarrass America. With any such policy w< must tell onr Irish brethren at home they cannot look to America or Irish America .for' any On the contrary we regard any such policy as an act of open hos- liily to Americans and to us as Am- ericans. ''There is not a single honest and genuine Irish American who does not land behind the .president and the American government In its policy. "The Irish people hare no choice jetween the enmity and friendship of he United States and loyal as TTO nl- vays have been to the cause ot Irish iherty, we must lell the Irish people hat we will not, we' cannot, retain sympathy for an Ireland that makes war on our beloved country and sons. claim 'lid' right to enter Into political issaes in Ireland. But this moment raises questions far outaido reland." The approval given the declaration was practically unanimous. MEDICINE HAT RIDING Slfton. Hellly. Fatten. city impress...... toqndale ietchirm Mauybeirles Minda !tilkom South water Winaltred Wiiitla Seven Persons RedcliM..... Catchem Jermer .77 Zeldmans Irviaa Walsh Drenore Blackfay..... Pakoirkl..... Carendish Iddlesletgh 2125 120 '25 7 75 6 '65 11 57 25 34 264 25' 35 34 37 63 36 40 43 31 45 16 17 60 IS 43 32 25 14 44 1 52 19 49 73 19 18 35 19 .61 30 67 9 33 24 36 Monkman.. Pwldsnd 1 1 0 5 13 2S 27 Detroit, Mich., Dec. Schmidt, third of tho defendants to take the stand in his own behalf ii! Unlled States district court at the iria' of 'Albert C. KalUchmldt and five charged with conspiracy, was crosj Eiimlned at length by the gov ernment today. Schmidt' repeated his story whfch ho tcld on direct ennjlnallon yester In 1315 he iras sent by Halt Fchmlilt to Dnluth to purchase dyna mite that he was sent by Kail ichmfdt to the dlitrict aronnd Mpl goa. Oat., lo inspect the tracks ot the Canadian Pacific Railroad. Schmidt In slstcd that he thought dynamite for Kiltrchmldl'i company at Marine. Mich. He he went }o Klpteon with the understKi'i- Ing that Kaltscbmliit had a palt-nto] switch Le intended to dtipose or tn the Canadian Pacific Hallway. II3 swore that he was not in any plot to rtynamile the rallrcitd bridge- al Niplgon. Ills ecpeeted the case wiilgo to TEUTONS FAIl. Rome, Dec. mim forces on the Italian moun- tain front made a determined effort yesterday to advance on the liui between Col. Caprltle add Moute Pertka. Tho war office announced today that on- ly iu tho -Monte Asolono tone did the enemy gain ground and maintain IL Tho sanguinary tlghtlug that resulted from this enemy effort lasted all day. THURSDAY, DECEMMM 1917 ROYAL YEAST California Committee Atev Kt- Closing of Saloons Sacramento, Calif.. Dt-r. Utlon of Chinese laborers during lha WKr'wu in Iho report of tho California stale coranilttee on firm labor made public yesterday. Tho roport declares that Chinese aro best I fltteii for farm Isbor and that "in Uo' present crisis tho iuiportalioa ot la. bor of oriental or other nationalities" Is demanded. The cvintuitiee also pointed out that its recent survey hed disclosed that efficiency of farm labor Is great- ly reduced by the existence of saloons and the great numbers of able bodied men Would bo released to useful pro- EWGILLETT COMPANY UMTTED Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. William Potter, slato fuel administrator, went to Washington today to protest i.uwtij aaiiiu llulll ule Illurttl 155UB In- "tton should take Tho Haituo, Dec. question ter commandeering four carloads of fuel yesterday for the home tor the indigent. Director Crosen let it be known that if- conditions warranted he would resort to the measure to- day for other city institutions. Mr. Potter will jlace the matter be- fore the fuel administration at Wash- ington on thej round that It Is anar- chistic. It was learned at his offices here today that Potter will seek authority to prevent repetition of Director action. for the duration of the war." ductivo Industries if the saloons wero Jal'ai' continues to monopolize the abolished. For these two reasons uud columns.of Ihe German jircss. espcc- p wholly a3ldo from the moral Issue in- 'a'Lv Japan's Interests versus those of America. At present It la difficult to say with what intention these articles wero written but it Is possible that Germany Is hoping for a rapproche- ment with Japan, and Is preparing the people. Tho Frankfurter Zeltung points out that Japan's refusal to send troops agnlnst Husala Is comprehensible, as Japan Seed friends1 In the future lo further her Interests if tho Euro- pean rowers weaken themselves by a Ions war although she has little TRUCKS START OVERLAND Service Tested on Trip Dttroit to Seaboard Washington. Dec. 1 first suction ot the American army's new ciperimental truck transport 'sen-Ice has started from Detroit on Its way to the Atlantic seaboard to test tbo army's plan Jor relieving cor.jtitlon in freight terminals by tho overland use of motor trticks. direct Inlerest In lengthening; the war as phe. no Icnger Is delivering war MINERS FOREGO A HOLIDAY. Indianapolis, Dec. miners of the country are call- cd upon to forego their usual extended holiday this Christ- mos time and take only two Christmas and New in a statement at the international headquarter! of tho United Mine Workers of America, Issued here today. v FAMOUS COMIC OPERA STAR DEAD Henry Clay Barnabee Was tht Sheriff In "Robin Hooo" lioston, Dec. Clay Jlar- nabee, age Si familiar to thousands ct playgoers as "The Sheriff of Notting- ham" Jn Uo Koven's comic opera "liobln died nt Ivis home In the. STE1ER IILE New York, Dee. Associated Press today carries the following: An Atlantic Port, Dec. of the British tteamer City ot Naples' on December 5, while under convoy of destroyers by a German submarlna I was reported on th'e arrival here to-j lay of an American .steamship. The' British which was in ballast and was under charter to the White I Star line, was just ahead of the Amer- ican ship when struck' by a torpedo This ivas at point fire daya from Plymouth, England, 'the master of the American vessel reported. After the City of Naples was struck, the destroy- ers dropped fonr depth bombs over the spot where the submarine was believ- ed to have beea. The American cap- tain did not know whether these reach- Al their mart and did not Snow what became of the crew. the British vessel, 18 G RIVER Mtfrilta MM-llM Mhmk. a Vt 22 35 J 15 8 1 S M 1 Washington, Dec. inquir- ies Into the transportation situation both rail and ship, have been added lo the series of war activity Investiga- to conducted by congressmen during the Christmas rcents. When congress adjourned yesterday until January 3, the senate left Behind it, Investigations, army prepara- tions anil sunar In full swing, one of Senalor Latollette's St. Paul speechea pending and those on railroad shipping 31 affair tjegarj. A house committee Is hearing testi- mony on thenavy'B actlvillea. REFUSE REQUEST WdWngton, Dec. Ifl.-Requeata by Titaaeyillc thaatrea for exemption from the recent nlghfless light ordjii' bri the groand that their patriotic service dc- KJTTM Kcbgnltlon deiiled torloy 21 by tie fuel administration. A Suggestion for Santa Glaus better gift thaa the one wliich raalia his daily morning shave en- The ,is the 'practical it is slropped, shaved with and cleaned without ing apart. It is fha only razor that sharpens its own blades automatically. Every mm Iblt the freshly stropped blada gives better shave 'than a new blidc. vith the razor are iguaraFiieed to Rive 500 cleo.1. cocilortible sbavej. Price AnioStTopStfetfRiur lit. Toronto, OnUrio material to Hussta, and big masses of I Jamaica 1'lain district today aft Japanise nrc suffering from the war. long .Illness. IQUISj KEEL tMen's Shop, 318 Fifth Street LOUIS KEEL If you would save, buy your holiday suit or overcoat here where prices are al- ways 'less than elsewhere" 1 4" Where low prices are the result of cash buying and cash than of inferior materials, inferior tailoring and Hund- reds of men have Jearned to dress well and economize at the same time clothes here: It's never too late to learn about our Men's and Young, Winter Suits and Overcoats iAt Smart Suits In conservatiye. in-between and extreme models, tailored of all wool cheviots fancy worst- ed, homsfiuns 'and serges. The models include conservative three- button sack belted coats, English soft roll sack' coats anc! others equally popular. Other to J Overcoats Chesterfields', Single Breasted Belted Coats, Breasted Coats, Slip Ons and oth- tailored of all wool .over- coatings, vvarm and serviceable, in variety that offers; every, oppor- tunity to exercise personal choice, See these Overcoats' before buying elsewhere. Oilier overcoats to 549.50 n MenYFur Lined Overcoats At There is real warmtn in store for the man who gets into one of these coats. Carefully made with shells of black English Beaver, lined with' marmot, finished with otter collar. Sensible and Practical Gift Suggestions 99 t Men's Silk Shirti and Smokin, to Cwrts Men's Suspender Men's Fine Drest tat Men's Silk Lined and Men's Wool Lined Gkret to Silk Men'. Silk Hall 75c to 50 Mea'ii Wool Men'iS8k 60c to SZlSO Men's Jeirtcy in all Fine Dress Shirti to Silk Arm 25c to 85c Gifts That Men W21 Appreciate it MEN'S FURNISHINGS SHOP LOUIS KEE1 318 FIFTH STREET ;