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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN -THE LETHBU'inGR DAILY 11KUA1.U TlUmSDAY, AFTER all, the purpose of soap is to cleanse. The makers of Ivory Soap do not lose sight of this. Ivory Soap is delightful to use, but at the time, there is none of your cleansing which it cannot do. 5 CENTS J3 T FLOATS Procter Gamble Factories in Esrxnion, Canada WAR whenever it shall have ceased on the The ,J message .to Con- weH worthy iuo -.-n-and even prayerful con- all and several of our A'ork Globe. press from Abraham Lincoln con- with these words: In suiting a single condition ol I mean to say that the war will cease on" the Dart of the government Thousands of Canadian cars are tied up at as many points due to til" fact that consignees would just as soon pay tho small demurrage ratas now in effect as unload the car if by so s: any inconvenience would bo encountered. Tho question of In- creasing the demurrage charges'" to overcome the car shortage has beer, discussed much of late, and the mat- ter has boon brought to a head .by the receipt of a wire from the of Railway Commissioners by tho local Board of Trade, which ivas dealt with at Tuesday's meeting. The wire said: The Secretary of the Hoard of Tntde, Leihnridse, Alia. To relieve, acute car shortage' ami terminate congestion and sive ship- pers better car supply, railway com- panies have applied for increased vie- imirraee toll of each day after ex- piration 4S hours free time ou all traffic. Eastern shippers consent to 72 hours total free time for all pur- poses including payment charges, spotting, orders, customs. Entry and unloading to count from first 7 a.m. after notice arrival; thereafter de- murrage 51 per day first two days. third day and S3 each succeeding day, to prevail temporarily until May 1 next. In view shortage of cars not only for grain, but other commodities and necessities of your district do you object to arrangement suggested by i-nslorn Please ..wire vour assent or objoctlpns IE any. A. D. CAKTWlllGHT..: Secretary Hoard of Hallway Conl; mlssloners. Aftc-r a short discussion the meet-- Ing decided that there was no ob- jection and on motion of John Ho'.'uo and Geo. Stacey, a .wire to that effect: was sent. Complaints were made rcguriljng. the de'iys in service at tho monoy. order and stamp wickets at the local: post uffics. A letter will be sent the- postmaster asking that more clerks be put on if possible. It "'as sug' gested that inifeUt well he used'in 'i-.1. Th'oso present at meeting .'Secretary Jlessi-s. S. J. Shepherd, .1.'i-df G. H. Hannah, A. M. Jlarshall, A. Hayr, Commissioner Fi-een'.au. F. Downer, .1. Shaw. F. Sick, Jiio. Tor- ranee. R. W.' !..mig. .Grant, S. S. O.un- R. T. .Brymiier, Jim. 'lorne, B. B. Hoyt, H. Clarke, P.etor Lund, Allen- Jack, T. Long, Geo. Stacey. PREMIER BRATIANO The Rumanian Premier whose res- ignation is: unofficially reported. For any floors tile, wood, li note Old Dutch quickly takes up all the dirt ,and removes all the stains IS' 2 Days Only for You to Invest in TO Ill Non-Personal Liability Per Share These shares, owing to the fact that we are about to ship ore, are going to take a phenomenal advance in prices on No BETTER INVESTMENT was ever offered in Alberta Less than shares an offering of shares. December 23, Saturday Is your last chance to secure an income for life. Orders as "received will be filled as long as shares last. Those too late will receive their money back at once. Call Write or Wire Reservations Premier Burden Speaks of En- thusiasm of Meetings and of Efforts Being Shown Brandon, Dec. mes- rage I take from the west to the east of encouragement good; said Sir Robert 'Burden toduy when (luestioned as to che success: of his tour across the continent willf" R. B. Dennett, M. P., director-general of national service. "At the great metings hold in Win nipeg, Saskatoon, EUmontin, ver, Victoria, -Calgary. -Moose 'fw; Regina and now in Brandon as well as the numerous satl'.or- ings developed along the there st ;d out sharply revealed (lie spirit of sacrifice, the resolution to British Columbia and ti.e prairie proT'noes. "At" the western he wont Ul ou, "nothing struck me more than the jlcv 'intense attention we received. The ;-seriojis-minded people of the prairie----- bring something more than- "enthn- siasm for victory into the great, over- shadowing business of the war. They I bring a great determination to see through. They, who have so lioblv responded in the past, are pledged, anew to'devote of their best in uii-j measure. Their resolve is to halt at no obstacle, to be deterred by iio sacrifice, but to press on unswerv- ing to the attainment of _the only sure foundation of-a lasting peace- victory in the Must Not Deplete Farms 7 Sir Robert paused to .utter a word of warning. "There is a lie said, "as the director-general ot na- tional service' is weli aware, that western farms will be depleted to fill] up the ranks-of western battalions.! As Mr .Bennett has well said the idea of national service consists in the utilization of every ounce of energy the country possesses to the best possible advantage. We must rnain- ut.'-Col. A. H.Gordon, brother of I died at Toronto .from Illness con- v B win and the consciousness thit CO- tain unimpaired our agricultural pro- ordination of'effort alone attain j ductipn, rud must see-to our object. "Wonderful. as have ben these the premier went on, "we realize that they are but the trumpet- call 'to the assembly of the host. But thouEh it is only the beginning, Mr-: Bennett could not be launched on his work of searching and patient 01- gnnizatlon under more inspiring aus; pices. The success of the task -we have in hand depends on the support of the individual citizen, and on .his i readiness to place himself at the ills-; iposal of the board of national service, iwhen called..upon, whether it is: to i enter the army of industrial workers, to-be enlisted in :thetigubllc service, or, greatest' privilege 'of all to join his comrades in But what- land does not deteriorate through lack of skilled labor. "That 1s one of the -antics hoard of national ser- vice." Sir Robert went on. "It pro- poses to establish for the people of Car.ada a national cost system, to the end that waste shall be elimin- ated' and our resource in men, money and mat-vial shall be conserved and developed. The first step is the val- uation of our 'r-an-power, and this is to be done .in the approach- ing 'national service .week.' "The clear firm ans.wer of the west ;.to our appeal, will find-its-ringing echo, in the east." said the premier In 'concluslqn, "and ,1 believe that this year opens a new stage in Can- 0-ther getting Pliysieal Training ami SWMIIS ;il I.IIC.Y. M. C, A. Your, boy appi'ecifilc a for a Xmas Special Junior, 10 to 12 Juniors, 12 to 14 fa.OO Intermediates. 11 to 17 sen if he renders the state: by doing his utmost at" his appointed- task. i "We have not .had to emphasize .the 'unpolitical and non-partisan charaV ter of these said Sir Hob3. erf. "la the hour of need the people of Canada stand with united front.: --K was my privilege to speak from the; reveal LUU oyeviirttic UL u sustained and cumulative effort by the people of Canada; man and woman their utmost'in the 'appointed: task, forgetful of self-inspired by a. and enduring faith in; tiona! destiny, in the justness ot our and in its final victory." j 'After leaving Brandon" the, party goes through without a stop to To'-! to. 'where the" final meeting Is sche-' doors- turned away from the- same platforms as the Saskatchewan and British Columbia, j I Michael Clark, JI. P. "And -what a treasured experience it has been. That wonderful province !6r'T3rltish Columbia, keeping the faith on the slopes'of the Pacific, and true as steel to the ideals of civiliza- Uion now at-issue on the plains of -lorouiu, Europe-thai nrovince through its in Italy, according to advises to the, first minister of the crown declared i Detroit Free Press. The cause of PBINCESS CHIMAY PASSES AWAY Caraman Chi- may, formerly "Miss Clara Ward of Detroit and Toronto; died at ;her villa i tn to the lirSt mUllalKl UL w. j to me that great though had been he. sacrifice in this war, she had yet 1 greater to offer, for'the day of the 'empire's need was the welcome hour of her opportunity." Sir Robert said that he wished that death is not-given. Clara Ward .was born in Detroit in 1873, the daughter of wealthy parents. At the age of 17 she was married to Prince Joseph de Caraman Chifnay. a Sir Robert said that he wished that. Prince .msepn ue uara time had permitted him to address Belgian nobleman, i She was. divorced meetings in every city and town ot from the prince a few years later. 209, Eighth Avenue W., Galgary Leeson Linehato BIL.Rm. 302, Qpsn evenings. Phone M2753 A Year Hence! A fellow on the'street I met. Was feeling rather bine; J offered him a cigarette, But he' said, "Kd thank you. "I'm feeling very sad The reason quite plain; No wonder my hair's turning grey, But here I muet explain. i "In Calgary a year ago I had a chance to buy These Delta Copper Shares, you know, They're selling now so high. "They sold at thirty-five cents cadi, I thought it was a fake, But now they've gone'beyond my reach, And I've found my mistake. x "If I had only listened to The fellows in the know, I would at least have bought a few, And watched my money grow. i "1 lost so much -in oil, you see, was afraid to. buy; And said: "These fellows won't catch me, Because 1 am no guy." "And now they're soaring up in price, 1 don't know what to do; But think I'll a friend's advice, And go and buy .IAS. M. J1O1H. Calgary, November, 1S1C. i DELTA COPPER CO., Ltd. (Non-Personal Liability) 209 EIGHTH AVE.. W., CALGARY Phone M2753 licity in the LIITDAI ft ETHBRIDGE HtKALU The Herald Wants Cor- respondents at- i Winnifred, Granum, Taber, Claresholm, Burdett, Vulcan, Grassy Lake, Carmangay, Monarch, Stirling, Coieinan, Whitla to Chronicle all the principal events in these communities Communicate with The News Editor THE HERALD I' i i Lethbridge ;