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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE T.ETHBmiXiE DAILY HERALD Deralb 'Hlbt-rta DAILY AND WEEKLY and JTHI IETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED tf3 6th Street South, Lethbrlde W. A. Buchanan President and ilanaslns loha Tirrance Business Manager TELEPHONES Business OHlca I Editorial Office 1 Subscription Ratei: IXitly, delivered, per week Dally, delivered. year .....JJ.OO Dally, by mall, per yen ......J4.04 Weekly, by mall, per year .....Jl-SQ .Weekly, by mail. year to U.a. J2.M Bates o( expiry at mUalptlons ap- pear daily oa adureis label. Accept- ance or papers tftc. explratka !s JUT authority to centinne the sub- scription. THE PROGRESS CF THE WAR The Austrian detecate peace tenns with the Xneabuu de- clares that the central powort ara willing now to jljn peace toraij with the alllea on a latlstsctory bs.sU. The zegotlatlons are to conducted fur- ther la Stockholm ft ti understood, tie Hmalan! aad the central The pojfttoa of the the Italian delinoea according to an Italian cfliear. Tfcey hold only one really taijKjrtanl portion, and tbja li WmxMd in oa all sJdea fcy Italian and tiled On tie frost the artfrWes ki present an confined to ralda, wtlci an luccaofBl lor tka aDlaa. as the German, aud not yet has her man po'wer been weakened by the tre- j mendous sacrifices which hare beoa tha price of German victory so far 1 ii sha has achieved victory against' French, the Italians and the Rus- THUnSDAY. DECEMBER 27, J917. PICKED UP IN PASSING foR Wm. it. DsTia, one of Brociville'a leading buslneae mea. In dead, aged (6. -A Valkerton woman srrors oat a before Jitsislrate Tolton John Milton Canadian, anil a winner ol much ta ea- hu jtsniftcince for a -orld public tit fctyond Its uiHltar? Brtta BarJid A nrraa be- fortt H thing ot military Jm- and yet ttiase clUci, with tfwir YMlth oi historic suggaitlun. repratat a fresh ot Brit- ish pow. Louts XIV. fcnft were eoiflned to Europe save lor lUUfl Tenture luto Kgypt, TrfcUa Eritliii than, u cow, pi V thoJr ptrt on coatlnect ind Brttiih shlpt ol war and British swept tha world. If UIB war were to end today Brit- ain wouM posses B a fleet and en tha ona ovenrholmlnily superior ind other at equal to tba Gsr- du. 'BritaSu la coloolil ter-' ui _ _ rttorr would ho ihn rlctnr- Ontario were represented at: War Veterans' Association without ruory be the victor, no Ger- recent public library institute at opposition at Victoria. man merchant could sail from Gu si ph. Hamburt to the Far East >are ts Britain permitted It to touch at her I. Dr- Darlington, 0. E., M. D, Sincerinj work, Okia. suddenly In Twenty 1'ort Huron rnea left to- gether for Franca one day last week. They will to employed on construe' tloa work. i William Rolltf of i'ombroka was klll- by the coliapsa of a derrick la Toronto. i Colon Fortune, who In hh hundredth year, cast the- haaJred'.h ballot at Fort Dover ou Farmers around Klnsston complain that they ore lieiug offered only }5 a ton for their hay aud ara holding It for higher prices- Mr. and Robert Bell, of Lady- amlth, B.C.. Mlcbrated thalr golden wedding. Mr. Bell Is 7S years ot age ad his respected wlf? la now 1L Aoont of public libraries ot the German oommercla. flKfhx suffered fir greiier losses Incident to the seizure in foreign ports of the Yesteli that to escape aea power our eye i upon Europe precisely u our ancestors fixed their eyes upon the campaign in nand.ra.and Artels in the days of and f" and nlnetaenth century wens present at a Vlctorv-Loan ball at VfptnHa. rimer, an C -e was died recenll In connection" OCRMAMV HAS LOtT MEAT KIMOOOeW Tha other day eara New Tcrk eftflniae, a laconic BrtUaa effielal announced the completion ef the eazrpalcn In Germu East Sreclated by a world whose attention waa fixed upon Caunbni aad tbe -Rns- reroluttan. Aad yet it zaarka the paaaing-of one ol the treat colonial emprrea of'modem times. When the war broke out German ookmies cnpied more than a. mfUXfln sittes of Africa tarrUoar, aa empire In >area larger than ikat loat by rnnce iwnder Jhe Ola.Monarchy in the wars with tbe Ka- Birdad, Jerusalem, Oeraera Africa. afs-a-asuiw of the praeeat atrujjle tie Briton arS: the German. We are entering feirth winter of the war, a war which Ger- BW atatemeD and Geniu aekotan aa much aa OeroMa seUtefl iroclahMd wai be. a eooteit be- tween a modern aai a caateea- yonry. Carthace, a conteet in wUcb tte German ahmld play tke fole- And after four oamaejroa ne wermaB aM> aallt UM >eaa, erery eoleny la IB British hands, for theee portions occupied by Britain's French and Japanese alllea; Serauurfe TurUeh ally has loat Meeopotaala 'and the Holy Land; British armtes occupy the roadi to and the. Fenian cult, and no elnjle foot oi BriUah territory hai sww a Genau auiter. If one eoaM pneerre an hijterlcal in the midst of UM crowd- ed of the present: tine li would be percelred that history Is J repwtlnc' Itaelt Britain la to Oermany now what ahe did Spain, Hollaad, to France. Onal- ty aa ambition riral, oaa ttet rtral from the teaa, ahe the colontaJ edttloe ot 'oe, aad her armiee are those of half the clriliaed hi a fight npoa Oermaa armlet Ihe Eiitopean continent. Not so many months' aco Belh- taann-Honweg, tken German chan- Maoiinced dial Oermany would make peace on Uw basis of the war map, bat peacs with Britain ba tha basis of the war map ol today would leave Germany not alone con- W Europe and Asiatic Turkey, but with the doorways of Asiatic Tur- key closed, with In, lea gates of the Empire In British hands wW'e now and for the future, in tte British tea power would still dominate the German eiltt from the Korth Sea to the Atlantic, from the Mediterranean both to the Red Sea to Ihe western ocean. Measuring war by the feet and Inches of Ih upscale, It still rBmnn, u and terrific 'alrurtie. Meas- W tie map of the world, Britalri already repeated the achlefe- of the i, .and yet the.Britlsh Emilr buiJt beyood Europe at the time when Enrope was pro- the'peMr'Ba cttlea between the Somme and UM between the Rhino and tie Deaoba. When thess wars an aihMsted France fell Brttaia iteelf.' while an invigorated ienraid la the work -in may a free Pal- eetlne by aUled armies. Syria with a ananntee. We shall see German colonies In'Ihe Ps- cifle permaaeotlT assifned to Japan aad tb_AMtnaia. We shall see Ger- Africa annexed by British h; Africa, iijid may "sea tha (Aliteritioa of all Geman Miss Florence Gruetiner, of Hes- peler, who saved a-boy from drown- in! at Southampton list summer, Las racsntly lieea-presented with the Hu- mane Society's Roll of Honor. John Wilson, aged So, a retired far- mer lirinjt alone; near-Hensall, was pebt: i But no man caa ex- 'tee Germin-led armies ratt. mats; BrUSah. or ou the Persian Eeypt are ta re- Sooth Africa has de- born- all .Qermai clafcaa and ari acmiart-the Gernun, not (ha Brttoat" Oennia'. commercial estab- Easit hare been German com- merdal in Soua America fa the' Halted States are ione or of Hittelenropa the end of "this wffl the morrow of the war, tut betla -with centuries, snj the so far Britain Is concerned, nrntlM la be completed, than When the war be- had only a fleet. The ot men rtprMented tbe ot her itrenjth npoa land ku firs million men under the' Otraian Nr.WBt.ir, aaMMM W a. as bft.yia on the hatred and at two-thirds ol the people of the world; with the Brttlah em- pire ctoeed u eajwrts; with the opportunity to raw materials essential to hi, trade restrirt-a If not ports would be closed to German commercial ships and German and despite tin of Lhe submarine in British i. ln ,v. ___ died in tho General Hospitsl from In- Juriae' received throujh leing knock- ed down by aa auto. Mrs. M. P. Culler, of Victoria, has R Q. was re-elected u. prvsv dent of the local branch ol the Gradt HoyaJ Flying Corp aervjag wfth anti 119 officers o[ (he American armv from Camn Lewis A Samli man recently paid for a barrel of apples on the aarket. The man sold tbs apples then dallYer- efl them at ,lhe purchaser's houso and collected them. Charles Saunilen, ot Rerelstoke, the six-year-old son ot Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Saunders. died at the hospi- tal as tie result o! eating sweet pea- pods and seods. The branch 'offlco o! Dow Fraser fi Co., at McKay, Burhaby, was robbed of and the branch manager, Ur. Howard Bennett, of McKay, was slugged. I Miss Isabel Fuller.'aged ona'ot report late. Capt. Stephen J. old India sea captain tly at her home In Slnicoa. stated that thT upon ot age, has double the amount of Ihe "ris" anfo pyjamsa for tho Red press. burnad A resolution was passed by Brant- ford council osWng the food controller to Investigate the bread situation in Brantford with a view to regulating the price. _ C. Gordon-Hew Do- n u a A mlllioa-dollar pulp an4 paper plant is to be established at Kapus- kasing, In_ connection with a-scheme which will give. Ihs province of On- tario a revenue: of W. H. White's majority over J. B Holdcn, Unionist, ia Victoria riding, Alberta, Is about SOO, and li is d'oubt- ful If this caa be overcome by the soldiers' vote- Hon. Frank Oliver now has a-lead of a few votes over Gen. Driesbach' In West Edmonton. The toldierE' vote however, is strong "for Griesbach. Mrs. V. G. R. VIckera, Westmounl Montreal, has received the Uilltnn-. Medal which was won by her "son Corp. W. Bishop Rquth Vlckers for bravery on the field. MeJor. Cyril B. M.C., son ot Mr. J. T. Nurthi Vancouver, who enlisted as'a private and went lo the front with, Iho first contingent, IDiDATFOOiQSI i e r s use o coet of U, eampaigaa of per cent, of tha wheat berry instead of iis laduutrial machin- ery on aide reduced the 'erne: oatmeal leoai or IJsuls HV. would be to STnipathy and fellow feel- tat to enrteraplatlng Oermany's posi- tlon to BriUIn at the at momwt Nothinc tn what Jg Germany would seen to coaqoeror who marcted from Madrid to MoscoW nothla, I, .what happened to tae Oenaagi colonial empire would seem straaft to Louis XIV. and his aucceeaor, who loit Indin and Quabec while winulaj eamnaigns in JTan- ders.. f i U t, a curloui fact that no mailer! how orten hlsiory rtpeals Itself, the familiar thing, still to; lalett generation which sees'the contemporary repetition of pan' We shall probably continue1 to watch" the weet front with bated! hope and fear for Rujula. i we shall to csllmale the meanlnj of the war by the dally com-j 'luesv by the foot measure mark- the change In western Tet those who. coma here- after will doubtless look at thli war 88 we rlew'the wars part, which today appw wars 1." the European campaigns wore relatively fruitless, While Ihoso which were carried or, beyond the seas altered Iho fato of men Ana almost Urn I tie 59 territory. So far Britain has run true to form, ,he ha, done tetter than before with her land armiee out al sja, beyond the European horl- wns, tradition of pntl conlnrles. tmgulilied Serrlce Order. Minneapolis mills began [rinding "war flour" under' the new govern- ment regulation designed to save bushels of wheat In the pres- ent crop year. Under these fsgul'i- whlch provide for the use of 74 medal of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. A health clinic building to cost ap- proximately will be erected by Ihe Vancouver Rotary Club on the old hospital grounds facing Fender street, with .the ;object of making a more determined., fight against the white plauge in Vancouver. Word is received that Lieut Veraop. Crothers, of Ihe Sth Canadian'Mount- ed Rifles, nephew ot Hon. T. W. Crothers, has sutfEraJ the amputation of his right, because of wounas received He went overseas in October, 1915. i rere Marquette Engineer Mcln-' tosh-was drdivned'and Fireman Hen-' had a narrow escape vrhsn an I engine, which -was backing up dn the south opjiroach of Black Hirer'rail-' road bridge, near Sarnis, dropped over into the river. .A- threatened shortage of natural gas, which would result In the Chat- ham factories being deprived of using this fuel, has resulted in .Mayor kerr communicating with the fuel controller in en effort to learn what supply ol coal Chatham might eipect in an em- ergency. Foremost, Dec. Saturday S2, Mao lYnnklsn. daughter of. Mr an! Xti. T. li. Kranklsh. was united In uijrdata to Mr. Thomas Calhoun, at the English church. Foremost Tha officiating clergyman was tbe Rev Uwilym Icaac.Nli-D.. ol Medicine Hal. Tha impressive weddlui ceremony waa cirrUd out la full detail Tbe muitc was rendered by Mrs. jllr.) Campbell, ana Mel'hce. our talented violln- fsL The church waa packed Ions boforo the ceremony. Tfcs brldesrooui, comjiauied by Mr. Art Prankish, arrlv- eJ early and took hh place near the nliir. Tho bride, leaning on her fath- er's arm, and accompanied by the bridesmaids. Miss Hilda Franklin aud Kiss Ktther Nelson, then entered tha church and the wcddlug ceremony be- san. Tho brlile was given away by her lather. At the close of the cere- mony the brlilo and bridegroom left the church arm la arm, while the strains of Ihe wadding march filled air. Tbe bride-looVod lovely la Georgette cropo over blue satin Artistically overlaid with beaded, orna- ments. She wore large picture hat nnd carried a handsome bouquet of white roses. The bridesmaids woro satin and carried flowers. Among those present In church were: Mrs. Mrs. Henderson (sister o! the Mrs. Jack Uree.n, Jlrs. D. A. Parry, Mrs. A. U. JlcJhurst, Mr. and Mrs. Coaway. Mrs. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Shaver, Mr. and Mrs. Carrington, Mr. and Mrs. McPhee, Mr. nnj Mrs, Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Piper, Jlr.'. A. J. Donahoe, Mr. and Mrs. Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Beatty, .Mr. anil Mrs. Schlnnour, Mr. and Mrs. N. I'ull- lllit, Mr. and Mrs. P. Phillips, Mr and lira. Harry Chudloiga, Mr. and Mrs Swanson, Jir. and Mrs. Ralph Backer Jirs. Conduff. >Ir. nnd Mrs. -Madlll Mies Elizabeth Hunt, Mr. Emerson Roberts, Dr. Campbell, Mrs. S. Black Mr. and Mrs. Soil, Dr. Astrof, Mr. Fred Msdhurst and Jir. Joe Beguln. Sharp at 11.36 thn weddlne breakfast was-served tt foremost hotei. It was tfla last word In -Ublo service. Mr. George Anton, who was given complete control of the arrangements, showed, by careful attention to detail, that lie was a past master in such work. Mr. and Mrs. Prankish could not havo chOEon a better rendezvous for their Guests than Foremost hotel, which 8ter since Its Inception, has been noted for thorough sen-ice. The guests at the wedding feast In- cluded: Mr. and Mrs. JTG. Robertson, -Mr, and Mrs. Soil, Mr. aud Mrs. Mc- Phee, Mrs. A.. D. Jledhurst, Jir. and Jirs. J. Allertson, Mr. and Mrs. Wheat- ley, Mr. and Mrs. Conwav, .Mr. and Mrs. Skelton, Miss R. 3kelton, lira Frank Hlilis, Miss Bessie I-Iillls, Mr and Mrs. Piper, Mr. H. Strong, Mr J M. HIllls, Mr.- and Mrs. A. Chuiileigh ilr. and. Mrs. Schinnour, Mr. S. Chud- and Miss Rheume, Miss A: Chud- letKU, Mr. I. Donhau, Mr. aud Mrs. H. Chudleigh, Mr. and Mrs. Walker, Mr. and Madlll, Mr.! and Dick, Mr. Mrs. Rilph Becker, Mr. aud Mrt. Kunk Decker, Mr. and -Mrs. Her- ry, Mr. and Mrs. A. Bwaliscu. Mr. B. Hoberts. MIn B. Nelton. Mr. H. Crow- I ley. Sir. and Mrs. K. Mr. and Mrs. N. PbtlHpi, .Mr. W. Rob- erts. Mr, and Mrt. Donalioe, Mr. and Mrs. Boatty, Mr. aad Jlrs. Paul Med- hurat, Mr. r. Medhurst, Mr. and Mra. Campbell, Vis. Black, Dr, Astrot.'Mr. and Jlra. WarU, Mr. and Mrs. J. Greene, Mr. and Hra. Wayte, Mr. R. Austin, Mr. aad Mra. Shaver, Mr. aad Mrs. CarrlKtion, Mr. J. Bojuln. Mrs. Condulf, Mr. T, Gordon, Mrs. Mrs., Mr. McLeau, Mr. A. Slo- veas, Mr. a Wright and Mr. T. Frank- lln. Toaeta Dy Mr. A. J. Dona- hoe, Her. .0. Im'acs, Mr. D, M. J. Conwsy, Mr. T. Walker and Mr. J.P.. and the wedding'breakfast con- cluded The happy oonple' departed on the S o clock train: from Foremost, bound for Chicago. The bride woro a lovely travelling ault with magnificent toi fur aet. They got a magalflcent send- oH. Confetti and rice were tha order of tha day. Unknown to tie happy couplet we that Mr. Beatty managed to get their suit cases filled with rice, coufettl and something else. 1 Mr. and Mrt. Franklsh, Slielr son Arthur and daughter Hilda, travelled as far aa Walkorton, OnL, with .Mr. and Mrs. Calhoua. I Numerous and valuable gifts were presented to tho brlda and bridegroom Among them was a" J75 cut gbss set from the boys oi Foremost Tho bride- groom's gift.to the brluo was a mag- nificent cameo pendanL Miss Esther Nelaon, bridesmaid, was the recipient of a beautiful pendant from Iho groom. We congratulate Hr. and Mrs. Franklsh on the happy event, and on the success of the wedding arrange- ments, which were tie very acme of lOlETIHlGO liome. Dec. Del Howo and Monto Val Belli, on the pla- teau, were recaptured by Italian forces In a counter attack yesterday; but It was ifounl Impossible to hold them, Iho war office announced today. An Auslro-German attack launched between Col Del HOESO aucl' Ilia Freazela valley. The enemy, how- ever, was not able to advance btvoud Sasjo, (close beside the Col Del Hosso NAIVE INQUIRY s "Thn cook burnt the steak exclalnied Uie experienced housewife. "Dear exclaimed young Mrs. Torklns. "Wouldn't ordinary coal havo been n little Washington Star. what such should be. Wa all know Tom and there Is no need to laud lib many Hue Qualities. Mrs. Prankish Is well known for her kindly qualities and rare social gins and we are glad tq see her daughter sell led so hajv- plly noar her. Mrs. Thrifty Wants to Meet Yon. THE CANADIAN BANK 1 OF COMMERCE SR EDMUND WALKER. CV.O., LLD., D.C H V. F. JONES, Aa', C SIR JOHN Scp't of Ccaeral Wra The Safety De'posit Boxes of this Bank offer the desired security for valuable papers and other effects. The charge !s very for the protection thus afforded.. Lethbridge Branch-- R T. Brymner, Mgr. but 60 per cent, two. gradsj of iioiir will be elinilnated and the output VI11 be listed as war floar ol first and sec- ond grades. Do You Know.Mrs. Thrifty? Icy sidewalks are line for the slreet railway coffers, but unfortunately eren with the.slreet cars a person must do isiuranca VICTORY LOAN Payrnenfg due .in January tfis 2nd may be made at any time to and including Jii.ruary the 1.1th. Scrip Certificates .will be delivered in exchange for payments (hen due. Payments due V January the 2nd must be made at the Bank branch mentioned in the application. The.e-xtensipnoMimeto January the 11th is siv.cn for the convenience of subscribers and Banks so that subscribers will not be unduly detained tholr turn at a Receiving Teller's wickot, as would most likely be tho case if all pay- ments had to bo made on one day only. Subscribers should not wait until January the 11th, or a day or so before, and thus create the situation sought to bo avoided. In every case, interest al the fate of five and one half, per cent per annum from January the 2nd must ba paid if payment is not made on or before the 11th. For fro convenience of subscribers, by arrangement of the Canadian Bankers', Association, Banks will remain on tho evenings of Thursday and Friday, January 3rd and and on the afternoon of Saturday, January the 5th. Evening hours 7.30 to 9.30. Saturday afternoon from 2 until 6 o'clock. It has been brought ;to the attention of tho Finance De- partment that a considerable number of subscribers, wrio have deposits with Banks, aro under the impression that thefr Banks will take care of ttioir January payments by1 matically debiting their, accounts with the necessary paymshls. This is incorrect. Each and every subscriber must personally arrange for these payments. T. C. BOVlLLE, 'i Deputy Minister of Firtnnw. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE HOME Mail Order Houses Help to support the schools, churches and charitable institutions; s'. Pay any taxes in the community; Help build the roads o? care for the streets; Spend one doUar with the farmer or com- munity; Furnish employment to a single resident in the community; Extend credit) as does the local merchant; Sell as good quality of goods as the local merchant; V Show goods before they are paid for. BUY AT HOME ;