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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGR TWELVE THE umiHUlW.K DAILY HKUAU) IE Vancouver, Dee. special cable from Sydney, Australia to tho Vancouver VTorld states thai the con- scription rote thus Jar counted shows 749.576 In favor and to conscription. The s Is said, may possibly aiiverse majority, although no optimism Is shown by supporters of! tfcfl plan. I The dispatch adds: "Premier Hugh-! es far declined to. comment on j the result, but the ffneral Impression Is that as soon as result is offlc-' Edmonton, Dec. 36 polls to be heard froii tin vote to date in West Edmonton. It: Grlesbalb. Unionist, 6.445; Oliver, Liberal, 6.227. Majority fcr Grin- bach 218. r counted shows i nrtn TTSIini T 10 opvoseV ftDflU kWU t- soldiers vote It TV fit J i- overcome the LllUUIl ll-MH >-u iw Is that as soon as resun is ouu.--. e lally announced he will-tenJer his, Landmark Of (.11) sold al t resignation. There has beau much criticism concerning the- method in which the campaign has been.handled and insistent demands are lor. a new leader of (he Nationalists, Ir-l vine or Watt being the men most j School Building MAGIC BAKING POWDTEB MADE IN kCAKAQAj IE.W.GILLEITCO.! TOKMn.CMUkfiA SHE I VtNMIPCC Tine or One of the city's oldest landmarks ipromlnentlv mentioned as the possibll-i was disposed of this inornms when Hies. Australia so far is the'I the labor temple vvassoM by coursae A ten-niluute stride of the wniiloyeej the street department ot the city 'occurred this morning. racn re" lurnul lo work nt the end of (list tliuo on tho promise cf Mayor llnrjio nnil Commissioner Freeman that their case. wouM receive tin- closest conshli-ra- ot tho city couudl I'ommissloiwr is in Ihe. esst and Ilia olher- two commissioners handled the prob-( lem In hlj obseiu-e. There 11 men concerned tu the strike which was caused by the effort of the city council lo cut their hours ol labor from 10 hcurs to hours a iliiv. Tho commissioners arc of the opinion that, during the sliort winter days. It Is Impossible to work ten hours on such a job. and their action In nrak''TJ5 the cut was of that opinion. The whole matter of the wages ot I city employers is duo for considcra- I tlon of the. city council after tho bo- i pinning ct the year, as tho de- i cislon will have much to do with the 151S estimates. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22. 1917 OS Sap FranciKO, George RodEek, former German concul at Honolulu, who' pleaded guilty to contpiring to fcrciint a revolution against British rule in.. India, was fined today by Judge William C. Van Fleet, of the United States district court VVM 8 PAVIP50N, CALL AT THE ORPHEUM office', together with the thereon. The labor property has been' ID the hands ot tho NEW SERVANT-GIRL STORY The wife .ol a successful young literary man hart hired a buxom Dutch girl to do tlio housework. Several weeks passed and from seeing her master constantly about the house, tbo girl received an erroneous Impression. "Ogscuse me, Mrs. she said to ier mistress one day, "but 1 HUe to say somedlufis." The girl blustered, fumbled with her apror., nnd then replied, you pay me four rollars a "Yra, anil I reully can't pay you any more." "It's not responded tho "but 1 be villing to take thee tollars your husband gets vork." Urancli Hickoy has signed ft Ken- tucky High school pitcher Stanley itees, who will report to tho Cardinals in 1919. Oriental Silks WE HAVE A SPLENDID LINE OF ORIENTAL SILKS WHICH WILL MAKE A BEAUTIFUL AS WELL AS INEXPENSIVE XMAS PRESENT FOR YOUR FRIEND. We also have a nke line of Toys. BINGWO 320 Thirteenth Street North Telephone No. 1872 Rome, troops In the region of Monte Asolone, on ths northern front, yesterday made further progress after lively fJgKting in spite of adverse atmos- pheric it was offic- ially announced today by the Ital- ian war office- The text of the statement reads: the Monte Asolone region parties of our Arditr, despite ad- verse atmospheric conditions, kept the fighting Ifvely and agsin re- alized some progress. A hCfStSle counter attack was repulsed." Hamilton. Ont., Dec. dii- corery last night of a of STEall poi la the wbsrs the.C.O.R..battalion over under the command of Lieut. Col Ben- son 'is quartered, resulted in an ortler lor quarantining the entire camp. Men on home for .Christmas leave. were taken, of Strain's and returned to. Hamilton. 'This inorniEg'CapUin.Rpborts, me-, dfcal .health, oflicer, rnled that.: men who tad'been Taccinaled conld not he quarantined and Issued Instrnc- tipns that" any'who "had noi been -vac- cinated sbouM he treated at once. Toji releases hundreds o! men who other- Tfise could "not hare gone home (or Christmas. OUR CLOTHES Have the Happy Faculty of putting Men at their Ease "That feeling of being well dressed flRTCLUTHES WINE NOW SRS., Dec. the supreme court Judge dismiss ed the appeal o[ E. W. Brown, 2 Prince Albert restaurant man. against the.po- llce magistrate's omriction and sea trace to six weeks in Jail and a fine c; J100 on .a charge of Eelltns what is toown asit'dltB Gavel] port wine. Tn magistrate found that the bererag anbmitted by the police as a-sanipl contained fifteen per cent of alcoho that It'did not bear the name ot th, mannlactnre on ibe bottle and in tba reepect did not conform to the Proprl eUry Medicine Act. Judge Ell wood upheld the magistrate's conviction. It that this port wine has been widely sou throughout the west ns a hut by Judge Ellwcod's decl- Urn Is now placed In the Hat of alco- holic drinks banned by the Saskatche- wan-Tern persnce act. gives, a man .self assurance and a of being" at home in any surrounding. MacLEOb BROS. SELL THEM The Great Clothiers of The Great West IMLY BADLY Homo, IHc. of the very greatest services that could be ered to HaSy .'fould be the sending orer.of large quantities of wheat and corn said firnest P. liickncll director general of civilian relief o! the Red Cross, who has Jost complel extewlve Investigation of Hair's irrobkm. "Italy's wheat short H known ,ln the United States but It-Is not known how entirely he i popatatlon. both 'soldiers and civilians on bread AS the principal foo-j 1 eri-ry section of Italy, aw told that1 (lie flra need ma bread, wllh wt.r munition BIO FIRE. Orleans. Dec, broke oat tils afternoon In th district deatrored .three bindings and most ot I'nol .wttkta no hoar. Th etthniited Thus Came Chriltmas in Merrie England in the Old Days, on the Wings of The crunch of footsteps in the snow outside the casement; a litti? laughter and some tuning op; then suddenly the music rest ye, mejry gentlemen, may nothing you dismay." Everybody is happy; everybody joins in. Even the dog foreshadows future glories by emulating his master's voice. The Waits have gone, and most of their cirote are forgotten, but the spirit survives and is reawakened each year by the songs that tell again the old sweet story of the Babe of Bethlehem, and bear again the message and Goodwill to a world filled with strife. OPEN THE'DOORS OF YOUR VICTROLA Choh of Old Trinity i'mging "HJrk! Herald IRKOidNo. litaf McCormack'slug "AdcKtFldcki" heir Canuo lint "Chjr.lique dt Noil" (88561.) Complcle your holiday cr.joymrnt br xidiBg KTcral Beautiful Christmas Records y THE HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. "Wear-Ever" Week Christmas a fcw of wbkh an nKntionul in the following 0 Mixed Came Upop the MMnlgM Clear Victor Allied Chorus 64712 CnKtnx Tenor Relruld Baritone flMts 16053 Chimes KJndl; Light ind Ntirer My Cod to 1 hee Wealminstcr Chimes (hilei Macdonough 16060 Nigh, Harry MJ cdor.oujh (ThtHoint Over 16197 J and Kiyden Quartet loh Cone, All Yc Faithful (Adnte Fldclcs) (Oikdy-Porlugjli. Hayden Ouirtrt f Oh Come, All Ye FaitM il 16996 (whh tiimft) Trinily Choir. Uoy to the World tiinlly Choir {Chiistnus Raffle (Dtscriplive) llarririfluTi London Chrlstnas Wails llarrirfiton and Lpmwn. Choru; from "Meisiari" (llindcl1 31770 i 35484 Victor Chorus an fHalltlujih Chorus (fiom ".Vfsilah" iHsrctfi ArtliiiVlSyoVt' phe Keavcn'i Are Tt Illr? i f xni iic 't I Conn ay's Band v 85099-Noel-Holy Night (PrcncK) Pol Mancon GIVE US YOUK SELECTION NpW-DELIVERY WILL BE MADE WHEN YOU DESIRE STORE OPEN EVENINGS "THE HOME Of THE viCTwnV EVERY STYU-EVtRY PRICE Balmoral Block ANB THOUSANDS OF RECORDS fOR YOU .TO SELECT fiM Fifth St. An ideal useful every day Replace, that wear out with utensils Clip tlve present it TODAY arid orie of these durable "Wear-Ever" Kettles. THE HIGK- SEHL HARDWARE Three-Quart "Wear-Ever" Aluminum Covered Sauce Pan For Only and Coupon if presented Dec 20th to 1917. uicitMuaicMvi, That's why so many women prefer (iet ihk ketlle and see for yourself the difference. Refuse sub-" ;