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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta S MCE POUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THL'RSDAV, DECEMBER letbbtitvjc letbbrtoflc, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY. delivered, per your; by mail, per year. ly, b) mail, pei oar TELEPHONES: 51.00 3.00 1.00 Business tdltortal Office Offlco W. A, Buchanan Director 1253 1221 John Torrance Business Manager lilthcnc unlienrd-of njunntltlcs. Tlmt' Is news which ranks iilongsldo reports of our enormous grain shipments, it is news which meaiJs thai tho day j 1ms arrived -.vhen our coal operators have gained n market rightfully (heirs, a market which may ineatt year-round operation of our coal mines it we can but hold the new market. The question is to hold tho market. The operators are suf-prlseil that U lias come to them so suddenly at last, ind nro at a loss to account for their good fcrtime. But there muiit be some condition which lias made it possible to control the new zono from Southern Alberta, and no doubt they ROUND T.HE CIRCLE OF THE WAR the Balkans with ilbanis the .centre of. interest, over- shadows activities in nil other war iare busily engaged In ferreting out {the causes. If'they can find the rea- i it is likely they wfii bo able to control the market in future. At any rate it is a matter wcrta while in- vestigating, and the" Boards of Trade Lsthbridge coal centres affected slionld lend their aid so that there niaj- never be a chbnce that the Winnipeg market for our coal will PICKEDUPIN FOR THE BUSY MAN Over Nova Siiutiu miners arc said to have enlisted. Agricultural high school depart- ments arc to lo added to tho consoli- dated schools of Manitoba. Chas. I'. Griffa, a O.T.R. brake- matt of was killed when he slipped while' coupling for the past 48 hours, with Italy tod Russia making desperate effort j be lost to us again. to make up for what time they may have lost in entering actively on a Balkan campaign in support of the Allies. Italy realizes that further Teu- ton successes in' this region would kenoush menacd her contior ol the Adriatic, ind is -s effort to keep her line 01 eommunicaiioa j the Serbian armj intact The Mrs. Ctilbctl, mother of O, B.1 Cul- betl, .the well known lawyer, died her son's home in Calgtily. The late Joseph Matheson, Lower VArdoise; lett to" Daihousic University. The Fredericton-tiasctoiyn section oi the "St. John Valley Railway 1ms been finally completed. The death -occurred recently of .Mrs. Emma Jenkins, Georgetown, I'. E.I., iii her Chas. H. Dancer, deputy minister ru T. i of public ivorks'in is re- tor Ebsi Haslmgs, proposes that parcy tlring. c. succeed him. should he abandoned MR. NORTHRUP'S PROPOSAL YV. B. Nortnruu. Conservative M. P. ilur- Serbs are a figlitirfg bower ret to with U they can but once thore rehabilitate their1 armv- to- in conjunctlba'frlEti'tlm'evet-idcrcas. ihg forces of'ftie- allies" in. th6 Balkan .Area. Confirmation -of. ..Uie report itliat Russians have the Bul-- Black Sea port, will do much id inspire confidence in what the, big power on the to do ia'.Oie Balkans. It will tend also to steady gny wavering on the part of Greece. Events'on. other fronts are devoid anything of a startling nature. That the British parliament has Soted to increase the army of the Empire another million ruak- ihg men for acme sen ice JS merely, another--evidence tHin It going td seg this trat to. a TIC tarmus conclusion. JE men and inoney do ing the war and that where a vacancy i cannot be filled by the appointment; of g returned soldier, the member' Rev. C. D. Campbell has resigned 'the pastorate of Westminster Pres- byterian representing 'the seal and the defeat.- ed candidate of the other partv in for the past 33 u rears bishop ot tie It. C. diocese of tile last general electioa should conJ pcmbrokei is dead. fer together and make the appoint j bient. That sounds very nice and we believe that Mr. North nip is in ear proposition- The trouble wou'id be to get the jority of the patronage distributors 3. V. Newton, M.P.P. for Robiin, May lead the Conservatives ia the Manitoba legislature. J. J. Dalv, proprietor of the Col- onsay, SaskJ, hotel, was sentenced to to abandon their power of selection.: six and- to pay This war-has proven that patronage is deep rooted. It has been carried j to excess aiid the public ia disgusted. There are instances throughout the country where the patronage commit- tee is recommending the officers for overseas service. That is a crime against a loyal people. Think of the i mn- t_i- i paiKiiLs received a ici-tcr iron ing to pay parry obhga- minrnclile i Uons Such'is tho case in contracts, j .was about to leave for the continent of S100 for selling liquor. Rev. Father Fitzpairick, of the j parish of Eimisnmte, in the dioccs0 ot has been transferred to the diocese of Calgary. Lieut. Taylor, oi 3Iagrath, ma> now. be in the firing line in France Any Article in A our Windows, Fancy Goods or otherwise, 10 per cent, off plain figures HAYR HARDWARE CO, J02 ptli Street South. .McKeowii's Old Stuiu] 10 per cent A TAX ON PROFITS Hon Is (in favot t of? taxing the profits ot tne jnanufac- muiiltldaE. It Is- to be bpped that he speaks tot the that action, wilt be taken af ,the feeding of troops and selection oi' oiScefS, both cummissloued and mm-j commissioned. There are Instances where men .of experience who have j served iii South Africa and India are nofc cdnsidere.fl fof non-commissioned' Albert Stanley, -Labor member -a British House of Commons i The death oi'a well-known resident' Slaftordbhir- Noitlrocit du I of St. John, took place recent Northampton ly in the passing of Jariies H. Yen ning at- his home on Mount Pleasant He WHS iti his 90th year. officers rank. Men, without ietiefi. but. with the pull, are given exper-i county giant, .vftp died John Hj Dennis of.Bayliam prior After the war there is Abound to be an exposure township, weighed waist measured nine at Northampton igeii lie was retary ot the ation, and a member oi the tion Board of Coal Ow'ners'''and-ilin- en, ICM coming session Srery whole dirty mess as it exists material sboiiia-! throughout the Dominion. forced t to ahaife his profits -wlt the is- clear that huge iiaVe been made by the manu- facturers of munitions particularly -No man or combination of men should It IE unSeratood that in one Instance Capt. C. T. known His i resident of Calgary made ana his u coiipinion of Distinguish ed Sen ice order according to a ihs CARMANGAY GOSSIP (From the has purchased the Hans Odegaril farm from the Trusts Guarantee Co. .The 'Department of Agriculture will C. B. Taylor, who has man- cimduci a siiort course school in Ag- riculture in Vlilcan this winter. The town council have set Monday, j.pec. 27th, as nomination day for i councillors. Two new men are re- pitch from the. Ciuadian eie mtnesh 1u'rei1 lo complete tnc hoard He is an ollieer of the 10th bittahoin lne c p learn i and was decorated on the field men uddergolng tralalns for overseas sen'ice were directed have their 'liaff cut. Sir Ilerlert Plummet. that Caniune, n lias "hipped 608 OOf go to-i When' political I hrsnch. traniterrcd to the liemckv llle i hi shels of gram since Septenlni r 1st I of this year. Eerl-'Do La Watt died at Messina I 1Irs vi- L "as operat 'the goi eminent proposed to nold thi5 imSortlint question. t June last In a Montreal speech Hon Bogers practically announced! DEATH Or INVENTOR but nevertheless disgusting. AN INTERNAL ELEVATOR NECESSITY V' (Raymond Leader) What ..Southern Alberta wants .is Internal elevator fight ia Southern Alberta. The Leader would of course Ifkff io see one built in Raymond, but, we should pe'satiBfied with Ijethbridge ot St John, N B and him- (53U one oi the most conspicuous i ures in the citv, died recently, agetl years: To succeed E. G> Langtnn, magis- trate of Selkitk, Man wno has en- listed, Hon E H G G Hay, or as. a location The marketing prob-ist Andre-ns, a member of the EOV 1cm is one that demands immediate -r and permanent solution from the gov. wn so numerous flat thej fpunfl it ne- Lord Buckhurst who is fifteen jears, cessar} to doubleJheir premium i Jnd a stJdent 01 Eton, is his Clarence Ward, grsndsoti.of one of! __ the most prominent of Loyalist eminent the government owned anfl controlled storage elevator, pro. Ethat an election Dee A message from papero at tho proposal of an election owing to the war Now that they find sentiment Bo pronouncedly wa, credited nlth the Siscoverj-, in 1892 of aceMene gas for commercial purposes and with the invention of tile acet lens gaa buoy: now In .use In eminent m tjic earir dajs, has bten appointed policis magistrate. the (iliquetts >u the will of the late Lieut was killed in action wi battalion. Lieut. Douglas Hallam, son of the and was hid in bj late Alderman Hallam of Toronto.! Wj'nn, lor cars were purchased the farnicrs of this district Uiis (T. H.' Blair has purchased a Stude- baker and Mr. IJiltincn a Ford. On Saturday of Iasl week the farm ot R H odtreil IOL sale his lather Chas who went to Harvey Bell has resigned his posi- :ion'as teacher at Bow Valley school transferred to the air service 'and lit this week (or Caigar' The has awarded the Dis mguished' uoird art advertising ,'or a Service Cross in recognition of his new teacher services and signal gallantry while in j u i regular meeting oi Robert cha-ge o' -lachine gurs at fialhpoh Burns lodge F I M held oir ,'fhlirsday evening ot this week the fol- the Justice Brown oi lie court j Imun8 oincers of Saskatchewan r-turned to Hrgina with his niece, lhss "Sfarioh Brown Brown who ten; S. W. E H Mack A. F, Wilson J-. W. r Ftrvans Hogg tyler, L. F. 'the W a war election, they are tiring to blame Sir Wilfrid Laurie far (he possibil IT that one should b held Again we sar, what B joie CALGARY NOT 'PROPER LOCATION Calgary is now agitating for a re. duction in railway rates that will en able farmers to ship their grain to Qajgary storagp elevator Since Uhe government made a mi'take in ;lhe location, the C P R 53 sought to pay for the error Instead oi reducing rates the gov oniment should establish another" elevator m Southern Alberta Where it wil! best only large producing district m the pro- vince In that wav thei can best terve the fanners It is in the south such an elevator is needed Calgary ia not-the rentie of the nhejt grow tog area Lethbrldge ,s the logical location for such an eleiator It i'lhefo to oe ohi> one elevatnr m 1 province Lethbridge bhouW have It because it 1, ln the heart of j the wheat country since the loca Ulon cf tills elevator at Calgary has .Jfoven to He a mistake a second jSkvutor should be provided at the tcutre The nftwi colnmnn iccently us that Winnipeg is talc teff our SouUk'rn Alberta coal In was bora In. Princeton, Oxford coun- ts Ontario, Archbishop BellevEaii, of St. Boni- face, has been a" resident of St, Boni- face lor 33 vears, as a schoolboy, a student at St Boniface college, a priest, an official at Lan- gevin's palace, and lately as auxiliary hishon rector of St Bonnaco parish and admimstratpr ''sede vacant e search oi GMcacn and other Amen can cities was finally'Mih-. neapolts. Emerson E. Slielley was. executed it the coiinlv jail at Sinicoe Ont Calgary on 15th, Hev. Mr. Fal- pastor of Central Methodist chilrc'i united m nnrnage I con j ard'McGinnis and HJBS Amelia White, daughter ot iir. and Mrs. White. Thp. young couple arrived home on, -1R. LEMIEUX ON THE WARPATH- Hon; Hodolphe Lemieux, j in the JLaurier cahlnet, has been Baying some very pointed things about the Conserva- tive NationaHat paitv Speaking Toronto meeting Mr. Latfllftux defenaed Quebec B shoeing' in recruiting 'for the wai4, and tlien on to attack the Gonsenratives for supporting the Niitionahsts The assistance ami encmnngenifmt the Bourassa camimlgn had met i" high quarters had 't strength he said Mi had gated through his liaper, Le Devoir, the maxims of programme is fol vtto (a) NO participation-ot Canada in imperial wars outside her torrilory tb) To Bii'urn any nttemut- at crnitfiig for Biitisli IIOOUB (c) 1 o oppose the establishment in-Caii a eta of. a naval school, with the for the beaefit of imperial authority said Mr Lemieus 'the words to buura attempt at recruiting 'for British ybu who jiaVTJ b'eefi-inclined to find fault with the sbpwing'qf Quebec, and remem- ber that Sir; fiourassa himself stated that the rnbriey paid to Le DeVoir for circulating among thousands of elect or? mral Ouefaec -vag paid in b> one of th6 prominent members ot the Conservative partj That pro tyinent member Sir Herbert Ames This ia not a romance The) nre facts Good loj al imperial Ton monfey paid to educate the habitant of'Quebec alpitg sunh lines! That is we to undo It iii becomes lie. which at thai tinie spbjig; oC Bourassa as who spoke d man inspired whose ttor'ds and sentences glowed like coals rf fire to now apeak in disparaging eruis of Quebtic's contribuiioh to the war nnen we Know it supported the OR MAP.Y GARDEN KISS Timt Mary-Qardcnlfi kiss Is not tup ot a stigo hand at the Parjs dtfmlque Return ing to from a month s the with the well-rounded biceps shook hands with Manager Cheusi so vigorously, tlmt'.she broke the string of her ?20 000 peari neck lace. A'U the picked up ex- cept the largest which A stage hand found on the next rthat you take'' asked Marj dohghtedh n. klas or 111 take the cash the read} reph f DOCTORS RECOMMEND IT Whenever a nourishing, stre.ngth-iflipar.tipg, mildly stimulative tonic is required, Doctors do not hesitate to recom- mend i Quint du because they know it is a combination of the food elements of rich, ruby Dourp Grapes with the tonic properties of Cin- chona-supplying every element to make rich, red blood, quiet the nerves and impart strength to every part of the bodyl Atk YOUR Doctor AB praf fiits wheat ran over it He was Lemieux, along the side of his wagon ami when lost near tuin the team started to trot tj iumB on Kccentlv a composed oi the V Wallace Comnanv H Noble and Kissel KmmcutC Co of. ,uuu w....., Hetroitt purfhciseri a large amount oi -uid the heavj nagon ran over it Canadian Ford stock including 500 j -j he annual meeting oi the Car shares that were held hj John and j manga) Vgncultunl Societj was, Horace Dodge Tms latter IBS .pur m itcst Room on Thursday share. Some oi afternoon Dtrt 1C B Hummon i hen his loot slipped off the brake at a Iff chased at this stock sold later at It is understood that ,a share hail been bid for the liptvatpck, which is at the rate of for the old. stock. 1G B Jiresident, occupied the chair and call- .ed on the-secretary, A. F. to read thy annual report. The report shoivcd that thn society had CDine through a stringent yraf in mir Viter pajing ill the prizer inJ other bills, tlm sooictV: had a small (.balance 'on the sitlfi bf thft led- Truthmbusinc election of olBcern then follow truth m everj di> life trulh crcites td and tpsullal as follows tonfidenCe establishes goo4 nila Hon president Mon nunciti "Via; THE VALUE OF TRUTH ffy: ditwtors" make an extra effort tlili yeei to bring the member ship up to n least loO For every member cured up to that number the JcpaltmKit pajs the society Gift Suggestion; We have will last a lifetime gjve Every day FOR MOTHER KL'dCTRIC IRONS. O'CEDAE HOPS. FOR BOVA AND QIRLS Skates, Hockey Stlcki, Puckt Sleight other thlng> found Id in to date hurdwure itore j Hart-Patterson CO. "n 313 ST N ,n Walkfr builds -i reliability (hit will not bo wrecked by the storms oUompetuiqn. Hi ough three generations ppople nave learned to jJace reluffce oft the word- c st-ott's 1-mulslrin, lhc> arc urlirmslfed, iggerated truisms iboiit a household I( remedy of real and ictinl wortn Ihe populantv of bcolts tnjulsion is increasing ns intelligence advances, benuse in these days of adulterations It continues to pure coil oil mcclicnialiy itlyccriho mid tiypopbosphitcs la build utronirth, im the lilowl ami strengthen (In liinrii !l is free from harmful whole- lome food tome truthfully advertise.] i Jas McSaush- pres prci 1st N Burwash 3ni} iricp-prcs L leikey auditor H atonal illrrclon A r ttllson !inMsh. C! I Smith P J t) C VV tolk _ Nowhli C 11 Messmger u 0 McKa) J H bnearef, J Has lletvlMe ttm V 0 White S r Thompson anil A F Quajlc v rnnetfng of the directors was held .It the close o' the annual meeting fthen L Quivlc appointed frrejari-trcaiurer in plans o! A I ilson, resigned It was decided to ask tot lucbday nnrt Medn'srlaj, August 8ih ami 9tli the dates for tlic 19JC fair. It was also decided to sen if THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE EDMUv CVO LLD DCl PtttUent Hie IOHN Alkb, IMlnancr II V h JOPJE9 V.C BROWN ol tinitil WtlttMi HmJcllX CAPITAL, JM FIMH, BANKING BY MAIL may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank Of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will the careful attention ds is given to all other departments oi Batik's business. Money tnay be deposited or wilhdMWn In way at Mtisfachwily at by d personal visit to the Bank Vl" Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr ;