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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ' "ft total the 000,1 Btto beoii total PrusBianfc. The total includes tho �nai-al fafiyiuaUies, which were 70,000 compt'We(J of moro than 25(0pOv,-;daatl, more ihtt 16,000 missing and nearly 29,000 Tvpunaed, i'..,. -f:-:'.-*. Casualty lists number 1,284 publish- ed on Oct. 24 according to tho Cologne Oa:setto, glncod tho number of dead at l.Gll,lO'(,ithe nurabor ol v^oundod at 3,e83,li3 �aiTd -the niisBiiig at- 775,622. Tho pap^r Saya that of tlie numbep reported refjaglng 180,000- may bo consid-orcd (Wafl, ^ . , .-' lialoHe(;Wi;i^fri ^xceoafc;fiigji|iSfTO.' ' 'J 'f^']'. . .. . iEOY TX^B^CGO FOR THE BOYS ...AND Alp fob''' THE NURSING' mission, (MR. RICHARD HINCKSAND PARTY) plVILL PRESENT e'tf.-v-^.-^f,resolution ^Stevi'a�t-s- -inten- � CALGAR-.Y, supporting Prerfi((i5f _ tion of placing'j^j^ncallowance, to needy niothe^.,;:T4y-irf|iTclf' legislat,loiEi may be onaqted; lii^wit the .direction and control dlf-biie?^?govQrnm:ent was Vassed y&ster/ia.y--8e[terni^nt at'%,coa-farence. cb^tiV'^feijrtjlje p)r|mier ''an& a. nu'When of p6iipie'y^)^!^ii'B.r6 'actively interested-.'in tiifc"'' y, This' past yeaE-.thjs sum of $20,000. was granted by the .'provinclj,! "government for this purpos'e-aitta-apportioned to the various cities and tbwns upon a fifty-fifty basis; that is, the municipality i-eceiving a, certain amouRtmust'l first raise a lUce'amount. Out'of the $30,000 grtlnted only fl4,dQ0'^has been'-taken, ?d,000 each .by, Ednipntoii. and Calggiry. Lethbrid'ge ai^d' Meditiiie Hat ar.e it is not this shall ances for.which -a-rbUl is.-tojbe jntrp-duced during the next se'sision of the gd�-erhft61it|vbut- itrniip'; eVent, ia'^SXf-�6um,lieing raised by the municipality it wiH .participate, with the official appo'tiited bjlrthb government in the /admlnlstMtipn ;?&�^ the allow.ahces. ENTITLED I'THE CHMGEIBG" - -1 - % W. W. Jacobs ^THE eOI^ABORATORS'' ;>^^ -J5y Daisy McGeoch ^"CINDERS" - - -- : - - By Lay Tinsley fTHE PLAYGOERS" -r.-*^i -St By G. W. Pinero oVERS-i^As .Officer to Trerpblay, commaridiripf th�* 2Zi3d {�rencii-Canadl^h) -^i}lmenV^'pU^*6t the poqitienih.i* been ciblefl t6 UlAt-Car. T--i-embl.ay. � . Pitt PLEAba FOR AMERICA ? ' ' � : ^ \ "StiU yoiinS; In spirit . . . Pitt; at sixty.yeare of age, undertook his life's noblest anb' Wardpst task. .Hitherto, when most at war with privilege, he had been confcbled by the enthusiasm of a p^pie behind iiim; but in his struggle to ppinvert a blind people to wise government pt the continent thej-had-'j^on .hp stood almost .alone, and in his lifetiip'e, wag doomed to failure. Yet he'spokei-nptvaiilly to future generations; an4 ifWas never grfeater than when abandoned by all," ' Basil Williams writes in, his "Lite of William Pitt, Earl ojl(3hatham.''  "Bv0r sitfcfe'iiCharles II's reign", during .the long-.geriod of Wliig- siiprem-1 jiay^g" acy,. rQlatlon^,^ with the colonies hjid ' erning power. The laxes are a volun- whole House of Bourbon tary gift and grant .if the Commons [against you? alone . . . whon,, therefore, in this House wo give and grant, we give what Is our own. But in an American. 4ax What do ;we'do? We, Your iMajftaty's .GommOts ot.Oyeat Britain, give � ihd iiraiit td. .'Ypde, - Majesty- wjiat? Our own property'? No. We e^,vp and grant to Your t Majesty the is united "'The Americana have,not a:ctod In all things with prudence and temper. The Americans have been wrgnged. They have been drivetr to madness by injufitico. Will .you _punish them for the madness you have occailOned? Kather iet prudence and temper come first from, this aide. I will undertake jp)ppiiey),y.io^ your MajestiM^Cpmmons {for, America that she will follow the, It Is an iftjt^uraity in In. 'AlrteHca-erm'^s. i "He ceased, and, there whb a long pause. At last, Conway rose to say ,th^t,' speakihfe, he iMfevwd, Jfor/most. of, the 'King's serVarfts,'" h^ '-adoptpd Pitt's - ojpiiiions, add'liig thtft he waS' uncprisclpus. of any Pverruling -influence in their councils. Grenville then entered, into a defense of'the Stamp Act, recPunted all his acts of generosity to the 'ungrateful people of America,,', and accused those, who encouraged them in sedition,, '''At this Pitt rose once , more. He was called to order for speaking twice in the same debate; but nice customs curtacy to 'great kings, and the House, impatient of forms for Pitt, made St. Stephen's Chapel resound with shouts,of 'Go on, go on.'" " 'The gentleman tells us America is obstinate; America isalmoat in open rebellion. . , ., . "'I rejoice that America has resisted. . '"I come not here armed at all points with law cases and acts of Parliament, ; with tiie statute Book doubled down in dog's ears to defend the cause of liberty. ... I would not debate a particular point of law'wltli the gentleman.....But for the principle, upon a constitutional principle, it is a ground on which I stand firm, on which,I dare meet any man. . . . I draw my ideas of freedom from the vital powers of the British constitution, not from the crude and fallacious notions too niuoh relied upon, is if we were but.In the morning of liberty. ...... . '. f "'The gentleman asks. When Tvere the' colonies" emancipated? -I desire to know when they were made example. ThecB are two lihea, of Prior's, of a man's behavior to hia wife, so applicable to you. and your colonies, tliat I cannot help repeat-, Ing them: , ' .'� '," ' ';"Be to her faults a little bllndj. : Be to her yirtues very kind."" APPEAL FOR PROTECTION FROM B0L8HEVIK1 PREMIER GIVES IIP TO THE ^_n'l CALGARY, Dec. %i'.-^'P\ that in less than 10 yeant.the part ;-of thff populatloft , ot;'. would be living .west- ot'the jjfx^ XikVot, Hon;-.'ChttB.- Stewarti '> of lltifeVtav'in Ms aaaregs at-t^ ing' meeting of the 'sUnttwi.' ' 'Crow^rn last night, ^ intltoatCi^', th�T'e was a. d-anget of the that time When it was in Iter retaliate tor pr�Mht wronti judgment into its own- h*lie railroads to their owners alteif-.tke slipilnB of peace with remedial �nUi-way legislation by congress In {.iM meantime was to be urged upoii'ii^e government, it was imderstood, hy-tU Association of Railroad ExecutlTtsis session here today. ',. '� been governed by what .Grenville- call-eij "that palladium of British ' com-tterCeji? the'Afcts of Navigation, . ".'Agi'eat deal hds been said without doors of the power, ojt the strength Of America, ... In a gobd (laiuse, on a sound bottom, the force of this coun- The regulations ,were as old as most; try can' crush America to atomsi of the colpnies themselves: the Amer--But on thiS"-BrOiind, .on the Stamp leans,, who had never known their in- ... . your success would be haz-dustry imfettered, accepted them like ardiRis. America, if ihe fell, would a law of nature and, no more thought (all like a strong man. She -would of them in..the light of a grievance eiffbrace the pillars of the State and than the-gres^t; ladies of China the jo^n the 6olistltutlon with her. binding ,at,;thji.Jr feet. Moreo.yer the Acts of .Navlgfttion were not entirely; 'Is this your boasted .peace? Not to sheathe the*�*brd In'lta ecahbafd IN?THE? called atl;en|ion to the lOEical b'asis o6 which ^It^tMs^I^easur^rested." i v Pitt Vwasinfe^forifaal logician, 'no hair-'spHtter|toffit alMract rights, but' he /hidi lS;'lf^^Sfat- it^tinctivd'. appre clat(^.i.offsafe,and sympattiy with _ the fe^ngS'.jjiljj great - masses of peo- EXCl,eD|"THE\pi�'^Y , 5�S ^.^''^^^^statespa^s best 'lNNI*lil|^SrioL-.B; content Phe-slded: the.,r.mother-coutitry gave but to sheathe It In the bowels of l3(Wntie3:.on^,^�e colonial products youi- brotbfers, the Amerfcans? ' Will an;a.-even imiiftfipd a lew restrictions .yoa qu,rel with yourselves, now the tin lier-own .tuade In the .supposed ' l-__i,l_^i__^_il::, , � � \ tpre.st ..pt jBe^^colpnists. In iaiit"oplflvl Ion ori'the saBlmif both at hbmS and in ' AmeEiijfcwABa.h a hazy state.^t quite \ free'^from.bitierness. This 'haafe'Gren-' ^ile njdelj^v^isi'elled by his fbverity ' in enffflrciitR .'regulations laxly|admln-V istere'djlh^thfe^ast and by hft aboU-pi tion of Junyjtr^al in revenuff.Vcases; I' while by his IfiiposUlon of a direct or.;i internal ta^t; uhaer the Stamp Act, he HdW MANY VARba OF SILkiNE Aftfe IN bUR 8H,6W WINDdW? Rylands & Co. are giving away a Fair Coat Worth $150.00 Free for I'the hearest estimate. Also three other valuable prizes. A coupon, with every sale of'?liOO or over. CHRISTMAS STATIONERY ' � - . ..... '  A full range of Boxed Stationery at all prices. Higli grade atock, neat and artistic cover designs, new styles of boxes. FOUNTAIN PENS /.,..*� More fountain peni! are bought during: the Christmas seaePn tbUk at any other time. Get the reliable kind of WATETRMANANt) PAftKlUt -Fountain Pejia .in�ke, mo(i,t acceptable fflfts for mea aod.womfnk boys and girls...... BOOKS ' That are Timely and Permanent. * "In the Heart of Qefmatt IntrrjBUe".............._____ Demetra JVaK> "Face,to Face With K�i�eH�m"......................i..;, Qirartl "At the Edae of the Quiek Sarda".................. Cw^ti "the Bi-ltl�h pampalQH In France and Flahdart," S vela... Ci�nan Ooyli TOYS-^AMES^OOLLS FE8TOON8-A GBEAT VARIETY TO SELECT FROM. MAKE IT A VICTORY CHRISTMAS. The Twentidh Century Book Stor^ S1#"FOURtH AVENUE' PMONt �ia MAJESTIG Theatre December 27th and 28th To.ra;iSe''fU|id^;*o.;"bliy-the boys'-Over 'yherer'.'.aprea.^ntof,Tobacco. lAdnii^sion hf ^feke^ it - Eac h i -^f; BUY A TICKBir, write the name of the. sold er on. the. back J-ogether with yoii'r own naiiie; hant^ it ilii at the 'Tneatre' and we'll clo the rest. He'll get a parceL If you cannot attend the performance i)uy a ticket and"mail4t. tp.JJr. Allan McAlpln, 308';7th Ave, A. So. ^iiy time prior'to Dep.'27, and a,parcel wljl. go forward to, the boy you name,.... , ,. . .. ' ....... .., . I J If you wish the , proceeds of the'ticket to go to the Nursing jMisslon iwrlte "Nursing Mission" on the back. Tickets left blank ,. .will help the; tobacco ,fund.'. , .a / .';'/,,\, .... I| -W � with youfc lo'tvon' -learthV-wTidj. for the�'|[^reajE|.ei" , ^ 't-' Becai^ie thlSpmotto is'^lte; v set ioi'th .?-J)y '-ihe i meiftBers Mimstarial�Ji.s,sociation,^'the ifTlade^^ and Uai>r 'Council; hera'^ias .a^rf!|ded| the d-Jiiliaiilon of thejfpirhwr .1�ody'i, This idea lii. Plaimed to "be ij,|'vl^||,jj' oppPsWbil -po the interests Agft. _ the/j; I labor, ooxiucflj; TICKETS ON SALE AT ALL DRUQ STORES What!^ ^ Didn't ;you ^s^e Doug. Fairb^uiks in /his Tbif pictme "The .Half &-e#4T?> the ColomaMa$t lnight?Better'|j*4:3tJUB AmejlcAns are thdiajjafe, nom% bastards ti�EnglaridV As sutojw:ts,,jiy^ere^tUl�g' to the comnloa righ" <�Ja'epVesenl*aHoil and cannot be bound�to payntaxesi^without their consent. '.fei 3 �  . "'Taxahon is no ]?ar(f^f the govi (S^^^g^ ......... k^4M!en�-frdytr*T7srady Lo^b tegs," which Bptnt art.ehgogement of two nlahta a1] the Maj^^tic tonight. SpeciarMatinee 8||^urda/at'2i3di'. V Buy Footwear FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS THA T AIM USEFUL A^D APPR^CIA TED Walk-Over and Dunn's Shoes For Women Broadway and For Men Hurlbut's Welis, Cushion Sole Shoes for Children B^u0ir and Warm Felt Slippers for Men, Women ana ChUdren oe 0725 ;