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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE FOUR LETHBRIDGE DAHA HEIUUJ Sietbbnbje Hlbctta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT- INQ COMPANY, LIMITED S2J (Hi Sireet South, Lelhbridce W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director JoJm Torraoice Business Manager TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office Subscription Ratea: trtlf, delivered, per weefc Dally, delivered, per yeir Daily, by uiall. r-r Weekly, by mail, per year 1.5 Uor. Weekly, by null per year to U.S. JtOvj sitlc recognition as a result ot the solid re- electeJ to the nest par- vlncej. Not only the people of Canada taiins notice of the solidarity of the west In the cause ot the war, but wo Lave attracted the no- tice of the United Swtes press. Re- viewing the Canadian election the bis part played by the west, the Spokesman Review says: As loyal heart of the west sus- uiaed Lincoln r.nd the Vnlon cause in JSG4, so now tho rueeed west rallies magnWwntlJ- to the support ot the 1152 Urltilh empire. Analysis o! the- returns fhowi thst the Uorilen government's cheering ma- jority comes from Western Canada. From the rolling prairies of Manitoba to the 1'aclilc surges on the rock bound coast ct firitish Colambla the voters returned an almost unbroken delegation (or the Burden government. Jlanftohs, Saskatchewan. Alberta and British Columbia elect niore than 50 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1917 CHRISTMAS, 1917 BY E. S. MARTIX, IN' "LIFE" with a doublo elilft ot men from now raptasitu, MjC., of Ihp Princess Kingston's youngest ipldler at until the end The other u.uuitlou plants ol tltat city have Am wlc-an orders that will keep them busy brilliant service at tha front, was hold trkU's OaiuUan I.lghi lutuutry, who tell frt IVsecheadaelo. after and W HAT. DO "SOU THIN'K about. Csrjstmasl Ik It to last! Is anything, except our instincts, going to last? H tie-conditions of are (o be changed, iovernments, and human relations, and the habits we have formed, and the customs that havs srown up among UJ, what going to hippen So Christmas! What will Chrlstmaa mesa to us after tbe when tboae o( vt who are left are busy conlrtvUg plant tor the con- tinuance ot life? Shall ire'think as much ss ever ot Iti care ,ai much as ever for it, or more, or less? Is It going to survive the wracS of nations, or will it'go down with them! pear dally inco UorJen supporters adl only two oppo- sition members, while Eastern Canada ____________ breaks nearly even, returning in fact OL expfry ot subscriptions ap-: (ar opposition llj- on aMrcis label _ Accept-! Quebec, wlln its predominant French-Canadian went overwhelmingly for Laurier, the Bor- den government winning but three of its 65 seats. Bui loval-hea-ted On- tario meets that with a government majority of 60. Olher smaller eastern eiplrathn dats U i-ur authority to centlnao scription. TrJE PROGRESS OF THE WAR inc inajorllj 01 Of. ELliaud caaiitu Things are beginning to stir again j provinces were pretty evenly balanc- western Cront, and a new of- fenfire on British and Drench trontt is not The oifensive may, come from the German side, where troops have been massing lor some eeis, many being brought from A front. The BobheriW are encountering ed; 10 the turns the lor the cauce of the alllM. Quebec's disloyal attitude would seeni enigmatic on superficial consid- eration.' Its population li overwhelm- ingly of French extraction, the French toacw .surriTlng everywhere and Frenca language newspapers enjoying extensive circulation. Since the Brit- ish empire gallantly to the de- ditticuTties -in maintaining j of France, it would be cks have grown in thought, here a came witi -K. The power, ine itrength, and General Kiledinn has rallied a big army to his support. It is reported also that KerensSry Is leading another' fores, fhe'da'n olHhe up- start government appev to bered." ENCOURAGE -MEM WHO HIGH-CLASS LIVESTOCK _ The HeraW wishes once more to tall the attentlBf-P' the'fair heart o'ty officials to the tail isthbridge should not put off for an- other year tie Soldiig ot.a show and animill valued at Imported Into the district'the can do to. sJiow apprecliUon .of what the are doinc in. the war of Breeding up their herdi is to encour- ase them by holding a spring show which will give opportunity to show their piiichun to JttV lie, thus creating a wider interest in the livestock industry.- The Herald has harped on tieVecessIty ot a spring show for'sil months uow. .We have encouraged ia this by the inter- esUd" breeders. We know the briuge public would appreciate an op- portunity to entertain the breeders of the south. Men like Steed of Stirling, Bowes ot Taber, Melhuret ol most, Harvey of Lelhbridgs and maiaj othersVrhb are spending money to io- creasa the productiveness of our sheep and cattle herds cannot be gives too great encouragemenL "We hope the fail board will act in this matter dual aiipeil to the In point of tmct, however, Qnebec'a population no iffection (or mod- ern Fnpce. "The inoLhertand aban- ioiiff Ago lo the oiTft'oo debt of fratitnde quar- is 'their iray of "We In oomcpn with the ac- noeUc French government which has odr cfcirch. why should, we fifht.- for aposlate Tni-a that knz WD itnmdoiiea and our 'That wu the ipirlt back of Luriert effort Ur orerthrow and pnt Canada. LL this is really worth consider- ing, la view of the Impressive uncertainty about mankind end its mundane future. ID the current Hlbbert Journal, Mr.- Jacks, the Ox- ford philosopher.', discusses the pros- pective abolition of war, and tells us we don't half realize what it means or take It half seriously enough. talk about it very glibly, he says as an immense good without draw- backs, but to him It looks so super latlvely momentous that he Kerni but unnerved at. the prospect of It It }W necessary, he admits, In a world that has lost its way, but "on every ground, political, ecoubmlcr, psy- chological .moral, 'he abolition o war stands for one oi the.greites changes ia human life that could be undertaken "or even" Imagined." Th great tie that Is to hind the world that has been to the n orid that Is to be. Chapman "The words of Christ' dissolve the whole fabric ot That is because the fabric of1 society, ai Dr. Jacks has expounded, has been contrived by force and wan and greedy aspirations. But if war bu been developed to a pitch of efficiency that U Incompatible Annoyed tbat her h .t to leira her for E trip, hicago It. Mrs. a short hunt Kose Cappell, 20, a and killed- her- As army of some 3.000 girli e enlisted by tho Y.W.C.A., to act s soldiers1 dining porters In V.W. .A. camp pavilions, according to a eattle dispatch. Miss Katherine Stlnson, Texas, viatrix, has made a non-stop flight I 461 miles across the mountains of 'nlifornla from San Diego to San 'ranclsco. Major L. G. Vantuyl, officer com- .lajidlng the Royal Canadian Engin- ers at Halifax, adopts the some- what unusual procedure ot writing a etter defending his He eays ils name is Dutch, not Genuan, and IB was horn at Petrolh, Ont. The U.S. senate is asking War Secretary Baker whether or not there in army rule preventing social Ln- .ercourse between privates and offi- cers, or that tends to create tlnctlon between the two when off duty. The members of the Masonic bodge, Vulcan, have elected the following of- ficers: W.M., Claude Clark; Sr. W., A. J. Flood; Jr. W., A. M. Trail; Ireas., C.' S. Hall! sec. F. A. Tyler, B. J. Charters. A memorial service lo Major Talbot CHOCOLATES The Katiawr lui.a, atta aU ,pioJred tor hl> palaoe In Jenualem. But the BrlUati otm from aettlng up ah Dwt In the Holy City. Oott wll have to expiate dreams lance to the Katar or be pot in hU bad DBENNINTENS AattnUa soUiac to'Vt ularty proed ot in the ot the peo- ple at home. AoitraUa'i dlvliiosa at the front hare fallen from five to foor alretdy. It it mlguty poor aatlifactloa to Ule macatfloeBt Aattraliaa troopt at tbe tte ire building lalppint filter than the Huu can K. Aad the British and allied naval powen are alnklof, Han than the German! can bolld then. Vm Tlrpltt haea't to much U be' th artful for after all. 01 fT I Illlir (en look to the rear. nil I nil A A M Nr "rlri UUI OINUlrn fl llHIlLl.renot An Atlantic Port, Dec. British iteamiMp City of Naples, re- ported a few days to hive been sunk by a submarine torpedo off the Br.ltfslt.cowl while convoy of destroyers, arrived here today. It wax learned the reiusl wan not attack- ed by a U-boat tat had stmck a ralno, Dec. H.r-The Matin yester- day printed a declaration' made by Premier Cleincnceau to the .parlia- mentary committee dealing with the case ot Senator Call lam. In part the premier said: "I have at the of the gov- ernment for a month. have had many revelations of every kind, but particularly concerning the military, and 1 must tell yn la all sincerity that the state of mind ot the army and that of the civilians and military action make but one whole. "That's what happened' the 13th ot April, (the date of the French often- live In Champagne, the losses In which have resulted Jo numerous charges add counter charges in 1 do not want to go Into the causa of what occurred thea. 1 my own Ideas on the subject, I may'be wrong, but all the same 1 saw, for I was in an observation post on tha Champagne front the sixteenth ot April when the soldiers passed and aothlnj could have "Two days later you'know what must not be. subjected to a fresh trial at this its-ge of tho war. The morale Is excellent. It has never been better, but thft Pollns of- Hate grows, j line; tilhera .re'privileged persons, Tkere are men IA -fao- slorlei lyrtad! evil passions C. El Tlsdall Is in tie' field 'at a candidate ot mayor of Vancouver. Mayor of Victoria, B.C., will seek re-election, John Wilson, aged 85, of llensall, burned .to death. i Ei-FIre Chief Lander it applying lor his old }ob at Edm'onton. _.- Q. W. Allan, K. Cs tie new :M. P. forf South ion 6t the late sebator O. of Toronto, T. F. Pardee, TJnkmUt, had a ma- jority at In Lambton. A, B. McCoig, Independent Ub'enl, had a majority in Kent, Ont. Thos. Biggs loit hb depotlt in the election in'Eaat Kootenay. '_'_', John Taylor, founder of the ftrra ot Taylor and Arnold, Limited, general railway supplies, died at Montreal. Rev.' Mr. JonM, !Methodlit 'minis- ter at Pricevllle, Grey-county, died recenUy, aged about yean. Controller Cameron will oppose Mayor Church lu the coming municipal In Toronto. "Larry" one of Edmornton's beet known young men, hai kill- ed In action.- military at lava been asked lo establish a self- contained, fully aaalpped military Lot- pltal of 260 bedi.ic Hegtca. Brlgadler-Goceral Bernard Dcwllng Jrwln ot Chicago, who for Many: Jfeait hat had ail home at Cobburg, dead. _______city cpuacll .will Iti cotrtrlbutlon of: a. the Patriotic Fund until tha war con- Den Tlllct, whi> recenlly won North Salford, M an "Indepeni ha; been admllled as a mem- ber ot tbe U.bor party. Owing lo transportation the bulk of the men In the U.S. CUrlttmai in the PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church earner 4th Ave. and Mrtet Rtv. Capt. A. H. Oenoon. W. F. Acting Paetor. Regular' cervices at 11 a.m. and 13t p.m. 10 a.m.: Deporttnent. IJ.50 a.m. Big Sisters' Bible Class. 8.00 p.m.: Big Brothers' Bible Clasa. 1.00 pjn.: Other Departments" of Bun- day School 4 p.m.: Chtnete Clasa. Music: 'Morning anthem, "A Prayer for Peace in Time of (Clar- ence Anthem, "It Camo Upon the MMnlght (Stain- Evening Quartette, "Holy Cantata, "The Coming of the (Dudley Soloists, Mrs. E. r. Ijiyton, Miss A. SImra, Mr. Fred Rose, Mr. 0. B. Fleming. ANGLICAN St. Cyprtam Criorch Ctt. lltn Street and Ave. Rev. Canon W. V. McMlllen, Rector a. m. Sunday Seheel iBiblt Clasaea, 3 p.m. EVENSONG 7.30 Holy and 3rd Sun- days at 8.60; 2nd and 4th Sundayi at 11 at 4 p.m. METHODIST r Wesley Church Rtv. Chat. E. Cragg, B, D., Pastor. Residence 310 llth St. S. Phones: '404, Church Study 401 Cliude Director 11 a.m. Morning Worship: "The Dirth of'C'hrlit." 2 p.m.: Junior Miaslnn Bar.d. 3 p.m.: Bible School and Clatsos ".30 p.m. Evening Service, Snbject: "After the Election, Christmas "In Sorrow and'In Solo, "The Angels' Mrs, C. Hughes. Evening: Anlhom, "Sing We Merrily Heart n'nd Anttiem; "Child of tho Holo, "O Thou That Telleal Oobcl II. M. Johnson; Ind- ies' Quartette, "At Crpi- Mrs. Fnrrls. Mrs, Hughes, Miss Hendrle nnd Mrs. Kr.jss; Atithem, "Sing, O Ves- per, "Holy Night! Peaceful NtghU" Mrs. Johnson; Lord's I'rayer Chatted, (Dr. A. 8. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Rev. E. J. Hodglna, B.A, Pattor 1271 6th Ave. N. Phone 1659 10 a.m.: Class meeting for boys and girls. 11 a.m. Topic: "The VItit of the, Wise Men." 4.00 p.m.: Bcglnner'a and Primary Depts. of the Sunday School." p.m.: Other Depts. of the Sunday School." 7.30: Special Service: for the King." "White Glftt PENTECOSTAL. ASSEMBLY At No. 3i Main Street, Ccalhurtt. Slmonette, 130 and '7.80 Tuetday, ".JO p.m.: Prayer and full (tospel. Thursday, p.m.: Prayer and Seeking God's ITomHes. Divine Healing at each service. We nre living In the last risys. Oct r Wtlcoma PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL ASOEMBLY 0. E. Hall, next Y. M. C. A. Rev. C. M. Neve, Pattor Ret. 629 19th Street North Sunday: 11 a.m. 7.30 p.rn. Tuesday and Thursday: 8 p.m. 'rayer iiervlco at I5H 3rd Avt. Saturday 8 p.m. A Weloome Extended to All. "Ton see yon a> responsible for national spirit'as you are foK'arm- ing the defended gaos and men. It ift frofn [hat point Ihsl yon to be guided by Ihe Idea that without bias ot any kind tor or against Calllanx, you have above tod, hor officers fearing lie wa< the'duty of'Inspiring public con. i wMe damaged, put back lo Ilritfsh port. The oiiimlnallon of the hull proved the effect of the explosion wai negligible and the ship resumed her 'An Amerfcin vessel which WM in the tame convoy wllb the City ot Naples brought the story of the fldence, not in tha government hut In yourself. That Li to u republican representative! show tbat you are In agreement with public not to prosecute a IM% this one or that one, but to that truth It brontht to the light of day ta a way will pemlt will (raJtilni campt. I- H reported tket John O. Rocke- feller has already contributed the ten sora of hit account work1. U, foWtmenl In dboat to Inaugnrato a motor rail route between N'aw Yorlt and lUrtford, Conn., a dis- tance of 105 mflef. i Hav. resigned the pc.stornle of the Prttbjrtsrlan, church nt St. Mary'ij; in piieleat iTilorftrenco ylth his liberty ef ipeecli In wnnecllofi wllh'U' LATTER DAT SAINTS Church of Oirttt of ;j, Corner 7th Ave. and 12th S. Sunday 2 p.m. Salurta'y J Relief J-p.m. Vljltori Alirayt Welcono. Bishop Oee, W. Orean, ind Ave South. 1493, The Alberts, foundry and company, and. Hat ARMY Adj. and Mrt. Himlllon, officer! In .charge. Sunday, II S 7.M p.m Stnttkf Z 'p.m. TtnndaTJ'Balurrlny, Tuesday, 7.30 p.m., Corp 1 Wednesday, 2 p.m., League. Life Md N. BArTIST First Baptiit Chureri Cer. 3rd 91H St. S. Rev. C. Baker-, P.ii.lo? v Services 11 a.m. and p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Stnet S. Sunday Service at 11 a.t.n. Subject: "Is the Unlverae, Including Man, Evolvld by Atomic Sunday. School convenes after, the morning service. evening, Teatlmony meet- Ing at 8 p.m. Tho reading room Is open dally in- cept Sundays and legal holidays, from 3 to 6 p.m. Here, the Ulble and author- lied ChrMInn Science literature may be read, borrowed or purchased. Tho public Is cordially Invited to at- tend the church services, also to visit Ilio reading room. Christian Church "The Sign of Saviour- Purpoie of a A.M. Subject; P.M. Subject: _jiiday School at 12 o.m. Sunday.overling prayer meeting at 7 .downslajrs. Services' -will ho in accord with tyle Chtlslmai eeiixt. All Come Spectnl services Hcv, C. C. Hors- man, Mmpnton, Dec, IB. f Cor. 3rd Ave. and St. t. Oliver L. Cartit, Patter Connaught Mnntloni' 1030: Sunday School, Mrs. rtunswortlf, Supl. 11.30: 1'rc-schlnB Servlco, .Topic: "The World's Creates! Need.'' 145: Chrlalli.n Hndesvor. Service, Topic! "The Creed That Needs No Rtvlilon." Each Ont Count! One LETHBRIDGE BIBLE STUDY CLASt The Lcthhrldgc Illblo Study Clws will hold their usual weekly meethig In tho liurgman Hall on Friday at I p.m. Wo welcome all who are Interested la Study. Seats Free Teacher, Mr, J, British ifcre't isppbMd sinking. The of -no doibt wlitrtwir. yoo do acddeiii: erairrW" -5, at wreawit awmeat yra will and Brass coinjitMiy, -TJie UM flve days oat rendered" the IIM, have received munition, orteri Sunday andThur lo joa tajifj.: wJU keep Uwir rMMNl fverjrkWy Mett In the Mooee Hall, Slork, Entrance 6th -tnt Avtnut South p.m., liftlo Ckss. Sondays- 10 commemorste 'the IJrt'i. and at 7.30 P m to proclaim the gtail 'tldlngt ot the Klnrtem'of Ood. .Or.tft.. to. the Rate.' tM i Child Ui a Sett Given." AU frae ASSOCIATED BIBLE' Room 12 Stafford Block, Fifth iM. 3 And 7.34 p.m., Bible Wednesday, S p.m. Dibit Study, at "The Atonement Between Ood followed by prayer and -'testi- mony meeting. All welcome Hi, onllwttefl Rear 402 Street Believers auembie on the Day for the lireaJilu of Bread at t ;