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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta >M7F. TEN THK LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, ijF.CtiMBKK 22, 1917 JUtMYANDNAVy mm CANADA Winnipeg, Dec. first step towards the organisation of the Army Navy _Veterans ol under the Dominion charter secured during the closing hours of tbe last session. ot the federal tiovte was taken yei-! tenSay afternoon "when Ihe meet ng of the In corpora was hold. Lleat. CoL G. F. Carrathers was elected Do- mlulon president, and E. W. Lav, Dominion secretary treasurer, proris- tonally, until the holding ol the pro- posed Dominion convention, H was decided to hold a Dominion coarention, the dato to be Dear timt of Decoration Day, which will fall on Sunday, May 13. The conreotlon therefore probably on Mon- day. iUy 13. To thts will be invited representatives from every organiza- tion which admits lo active member- veterans ol all caaipaljnB. Every association of this nature can send nny number of delegates, but voting1-, power will DC one vote for ev- ery. 100 members, lu coaionnftj. this plan, any. association which fewer delegates than one to erery 100 members will be able to vote by proiy DP to its full representation. DR. WH.DOEN ELECTED Brandon, Man, Dec. H. P. THE CHRIST STAR By McOILLJCUDDT, o'rrhunc the Of thxt cJeht; But Car than all the nwt flucp out IbB Tho brtarhtceM of star coining Ihfr King-, And wcJce to iinj. From out the East with Sifts from To Krlth fullest The radlar.ce of that ftar. Is the diving of the They crfeJ with shotit, Ard far above them throujh The rang out Dear Lori, ire brine our hwt-ts to Not franklnceiisfr tf fioM, Such as that nljlit, irith holy joy, The men brought of oM. with us, O Heavanljr ChiM, Our Siiviour-. Master, PrtaBd; And to Thy our socgi ehill HM In rrtisM "without American Orguuzaiioa ol Lead- ing Mci Declares for tinuucc of War Till is Gained Object MANUFACTURE GERMAN Limit Profit af'Otatyt Who Given LkeOn Washington, Dec. Limit ntlon of profits on drugs manufactured In this country on license lo use Germaa- owned patents belnc exercised by the federal trade commission to reduce the high prlcej have prevailed II following Is the report of pro- iliice the war begau. In announcing grass of the, puplli ot the HIsU School today that the Abbott labratorles ol from Sept. to Dec. II, based oa1 the Chicago had been licensed lo niahufec- results of examination: a hypnotic calmative, the commission said thai tho drug would procured lor a XII Dorothy Cfcurch.SVS per Kath- leen Terr ill 73.9. pound aud sold at a "15 per cent prof-, 71.2, Kormau lllghibotham 70.3, It." The present price is 540 a round. Othy Stafford Ooldle 6S.1, 7he Reclor Chemical company and Frank Lawford 66.1, Hamlltou the Farbwerks Hoechst company, both 66.OS, Alfred Marino 66. Herbert Mc- ot New York, Ik-onsed to raanu-; Cleuaaaan Marvel jluiit 54.6, New York, Dec. 32__The League for! facture a local anawlbetic. i Clara Hunt 54, Hazel Keith Enid 61.6, ibel "uriel Don- Unity today Issued a declara- i Hecent sales bave been made at a rale Hamilton ft.6. Richard P ned by Us officers and eiccu- of 1720 a pound, but the Hector Lucille Her spool 48.7, Valx inittee. lo which all efforts to- pany believes tho drug cau be made 4S.6, Frances XI k officially ifjmt elected Is Brand oa by a majority of A total of Totei "were cast. CM Dr. Whidden receired S.540 and H. 6. Paterson U37. Tata Is Mid to he the larg att proportionate majority for any wiloniat candidate. A XMAS BOX For EVERYBODY We are giving a box of candy as a Xmas Gift to every customer on Monday. We hm tke larsMtud fiMit itock of Confcctiw- BUY cMmrruM CANDY no M .us. WE SERVE GOOD LUNCHES The Alexandra Confectionery ALEXANDRA HOTEL BUI UMNO and Youths' Clothes Hade to Measure Better Better Workmanship OKI NO MORE THAN ORDINARY HANDLE-DOWNS S BETTER BETTER SATTSFACnON TAILOR PMONE FIFTH LITHBRIOOt National I lion, i live comu ward a premature peace are condemn- ed and the determination of continu- ing the war until a military victory Is achieved and the autocratic power of the Imperial German government Is broken, is pledged. "We are In thlg war to conquer the nemy's armies." the state- ment, "though not his territory or pop- lation. We Intend to nullify tho pow- r of the Imperial German government. Ve do not Intend that U Bhall gain, t the expense of other 'aatbns, elth- 'an enlargement of- territory' or an expansion of industrial and com- lerclal or 'an Increase t "Waen German military'reverses sh- iterate wait victories aad the war map unfaTorable, no doubt some ot the German parties will be- gin lo eonaider the peace principles of 'orld the itatement con- ludes. "But no Intlnentlal German yet sees coming defeat- There s, therefore, aa yet no common gronnd or discussion between the >f Might and the partleans ot Rlfht." The League for National Unity was irjantied lu Washington, September 2, 1917, and la composed of represen- atlrea of the Tarlons elements that make up American national life agriculture, com- merce, banking, the church, tht bar, women's aad organizations, and the respective aeada o( the Demo- cratic and Republican >'atIonal_Com- mitteefi. The formation at the' new or- ;anlaatlon wru welcomed by President iVItoon In aa addreaa delivered' Qc- ober S to the execctlTe cprnmlttee. In whtcb he etephulzed the' need of learn play by tie foroea of American and opinloo and endorsed the specific work which the League pro- posed. The pnrpoce of the League, as stat- ed In to by-laws, la "to create a mod un through which loyal 'Americans of ajl classea, aecUons, creeds and par- Uea can give ezpressloa to the funda- mental purpose ot the United States to carry oh to'a saoceaaful conclusion .his new wu- tor the independence of America, the preaerratlon ol Demo- cratic-Institution! and fin Tlndicatloa of the baaic ol human- ity." X The ofticeri are: Honorary Chair- men, Jamei Gibbons, Cardinal, and Frank Mason North, President Federal-Cooncli, Churchei'of Christ America; Chairman, Theodore N. Vail President American Telephone j and Telegraph Company; Vice-chair- man, Samuel Gompen, Prnldent Am- eriean oi Labor, Cinrles S. Barrett, PreeMent tional and Co-operative Union ot Am- erica, aad George Prnldeat Na- tional ArttociAtkn at Manalacturtrs; Chairman Execotire Committee, Ju. M. Beck, American Bar Auoclatlon; TreMnrer, Otto H. Kahn; Director, M. Eaaley, Chalrmaa EiecntiTe The NaUonaa Cirlc Federa- ion; and D. L. Cease, Edl- r "Tbe Railroad Trainman." for and agreed to sell at about (95 a pound. I.isht lo III price was re- served by the commission. v alclson 44.S. Grade XI. 17, Smith 78, C. McKacbern 73. SI. Clbbons 73, It. I'lmriu OS. K. Davis 67. A. Williams 67. A. Spackuiin 66, J. Denoou 66. C. Bciswaugcr Cii. 0. Young 65. K. JohtiEOii C2. P. S.ldowslsl 61, J. Crabb SI. V. Gillies 65. K. Doss K. O. t'ilrpatrkk 59, K. Davll 5S, M. flllllcs i7, L. Purry.67, R. KubwWun 67, V. llolman K, B. Uasksrvllle 53, -W. Hldpath 53, J. Marrs 60. E. Klppon 47, K. Klpp 43, 1'. Fittpstrick 41, U. I'lereon 35. .Grade IX. A. Sydney In e rani 81, L'.oyd Diinham 79. KutU (ialbrallh 7S. Thorium Bickcl 77, Christine Nelson 76, Agues Davldum 73, Klorencs Uroviu IS, llcl- en -Mi-Donald 71, Alci. Altken C9, May Flinu 67, Marjorle Dourns WlHio Grunt 64. Mabie Bownuiu 62, Robert Oordon CO, Albert Anderson 69, Ar- thur Green 69, Upbortllarvoy 6S, Vina Kllon 55. Percy Blunt 56. Jennie Blx- by 55, Venm Gray '55, Elmer Qelger 64, Enid Dlckout 53. Ceril Hulloil 52. Stanley Jlargreavea 6i, John Pclham bert Collier 49, Alan Dlcksou 4S, Cyril Wellington 42, Katio Umckus J9. 35, CUsby Youug 36, Caarlos San's 30.1, tirata IX. Commercial Ixiulso Smith Eva Pearson 7C. Euilh Alin.T'3 71, Ueatrlce 'anes 71, Cyril Hoult C5. Kylvlu'liuui Janet Mcllvona CO. LJIlUn 1'roctor CD, MavlrxKl 69, Tbelcia Melson Molly t 57, Dorothy Morion 57, liuth ilockfoid 04, Rex M, Ada Murray 49. Slay Horn tl, Flora Gcoghegan 40, Jesslu Martin 44, Uesslo Little 42, Klsie Wesk-oU 41, Annabel Davis 39, Mary (Jrler 34v steln 35. Walter Ucnevlete slion 29, Mona 20, Donald IS. Class average 57. Grade X. Commercial Mary Young SO, Martha Kergan Era Hargreaves 73, Violet Cant nichard Mallcu C5. Class average 70. rihrcHkSllJlSGK-tS Grade IX. B. Muscovlch SI. 5. Dagmar Paler Melllng Winston Hyssop iC, Elsie Fowler 76, Ruth Matwn 74, Roelof Van Haarlem 74, Hoy Fetter 74, Alice Kairfield 75, Aileen McCar- Jacob Uiy 73, Maggie FlImTm, Ruth Inman 71, Alice Hardie 70, Jessie ilcCallum Anastasla Skelth 12.6. Lorna Simp' 72.3, Alan Robertson 12.1, Mary Ostluud 71.4, Marjorie Sherlock C9.7, Itosbasklo 67.9. John C. Oliver 65.2, Eriks Olan'lnr 64.1, I.llllan Nnr- BRAVE MAN IS SLACKEN Ccward Does Not Realit.Amst. Cayi New York Police Offkar New Yorlc, Dec. tivo ease with which 800 New York slacker, have been rounded >69, Madeline Lynn OS. Violet 67, Myrtle S7, Zdda Dennett Sloan 65. Blckell 64, Jwslo Hubison 64, Paul Slitsou 61. Iva Hunt Cl. Mar- garet McKlllop Waitdlngton 59, Jlary Mooro 5S, Lylo Gumming 57, Madge Baskervllle S5, Verda Dublin. Dec. In a speech hero man IJert -N'lven 46, David Davis tonight In which ho dealt wltb the 39. probable results o! the Irish conven- tion. Sir Horace Pluntett. chairman Grade X. L-. Ingrain 92, Z. Dunsworth SS, B. of Ihe eonventlon, was hopeful to.- Hamilton SI, H. Church SO, H. McMIl- ris C2.5, John Vanllaarlcm 5S, James attempt to evado miltta Thomson 57.4, rialph Nichols 65, Kate Ntmo Ol (he mea resistei Spaldlng 54.2, Glenn Lalbrop 53.S, v tba future. He salil that while ha was unEble ae yet to promlee an unani- mous report the convention had agreed on so many points that It would cer- tainly leave the Irish question better than It bad found it. rop Eben Wyllo B2.1, Gordon Morrison 62, Ixiuls Turcotto Winnlfredi Sy- nionda 60.1, Lowis Marshall 50, Den- nis 'MoLeod 4S.5, Gretla Wilson 46.6, Cecils Donahue 40.6, Don Marshall up in various parts of the co'untry vras explained by Police Inspector Dillon hero tonight as providing a psycho- logical ilmly of tho type of military rervtce. d arrest, ha "A slacker Is not a said the inspector. ''A man brave enough to resist arrest would not bo a slacker, A slacker Is a coward, -and a coward does not resist arrest." TRAINS COLLIDE, SOLDIERS HURT Thirteen Injured, but None SeHousjy, Near Baltimore. .Baltimore, Md., Dec. soldiers from Camp Meade were In- jured In a collision on the Washing- ton, Baltimore and Annapolis railroad tonight near Baltimore Highlands. None were seriously hurt DOM. GOVT. WILL For thorough sanitation in every nook aad oocner. to And Have Np Prices Raaye from OVER VICTOR RECORDS IN THEIR CATALOGUE .SO CAN HAVE THE BEST MUSIC IN THE WORLD. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE pVlONE 1M5 STH ST. Ottawa, Dec, Korernment ae decided to Tote IS.MO.OM for re- ef of the 'Halifax rmfferers: This In- Indes tie appropriation of Iready made. Annonnc'etneit of the OTcranient'a Intention ii'. contained n a atatement hsued by Sir" Kobert Borden tonight which "Incrndlng the already, ap- iroprlated for immediate aid-for thoee rhe have suffered from the recent ap- palling disaster at Halifax, the govern- ment Intends to make a total contribu- te of Ai the calamity WM he remit of conditions arising out of he war, U Is felt that a speclnl duty reals upon the government to afford mmedlate aid In thla large meanure. "The minister ot railways, the mln- of public works, the minister of naval service and Ihe minister of lUa and defense will vlilt Halifax jet-lately after ChrlsUnw and will confer with the provincial government, Jw dric authorlUea ot Halifu and Dartmouth, and the relief for tie ptrrpoaw of iitfoK raagenmti aa to tae expeiidlturei and dhtribtrtlon of the amount thai ap- propriated. It It possible that a com- mittee may be appointed for lie pur- port. "So far aa MaUtance from private xxirce Is concerned, the mralster of fi- nance arranged with the Cana- dian that all their branches throughout Canada will receive con- trlbntlom and Sir Taonaa White QM undertaken, pending further arrange- menta, to act aa treunrer ot the funds received." FARMJANOS Of the HaaBoaVBay Compaay Calfarj aatf KdaMMtoc Co- CITY AND FARM MORTOAQCI The H. Macbeth Agency PRAYING Phones 134S tr 1SM Turner Witchell Office tt Ktnnttf-t 4M IMIi M CoalC.O.D. GERMAN IS DENIED Chicago, Dec. Outrin ruled today that Mrs. Geld- errnan was justified ta refusing to live with her husband when he Intlsted j that they live at bin .Barents' home'! where only (Xrmari ipolien. He dlimbted Ut a ofca. J AUCTIONEERS with to auotoMt Peter LeVatler L. L- KlcmoV