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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR letbbrfbae Derafo aiDeita DAILY AND WEEKLY SATES Daily, delivered, per year..... br maii, per year...... by mail, per s.oo i.oo THfc 1.ETHBIU0GE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1911 BntfneM Editorial XV. A. Buchanan Managing Director TELEPHONES to the and dealing employed, what is the Dominion" gov- ernment going to do? Up to the pres- the Dominion Scdie nothing. la Urriain. part of tiie money raised by thV gov- ernment for war purposes is set aside for tiie relief of these by reason of the war suffer from the conditions j created by it. Canada has raised, a great deal of money for war purposes, but so far has done nothing to assist together. JUl the niMntime lA as to Sit Robert to theui John Torwnw Business Manage. TWENTY-ONE WEEKS OF WAR ._ Point out tnaV_wii6tt ipe Ijjlpor was estawislieii' farm products. He should there- .the of. .TEade and a number of meiraad he needs aiid these Ministers, if tn-ev-are manigiag ..their departments! each. properly and enormous de- A: new mand for Canadian go'ods in sieht. lwas announced.in the last Militia Ga- of ionc-rary colonels {should advis.e -him where they are employ-. waDted. This vfould be real depart- -oeen and wiU be for Crothers and Ms strength of the FteBch. aided by-ihe {colleagues have done nothing worth take advantage.of this great to eliminate this great British, the Germans turned towardu f Kussia. hoping to carry out here the j Bernliardi programme.. .Bui cn their of labor. By 50- iar! .emergency is Hon. Mr. Kemp, the object has not. been achieved; largest and" most successful employer It failed in two former attempts, on In" the cafoinet? To hare built mental zette. The recipients of this honor are John C. and G. Sena- tor George .Taylor of danancque. .John Crothers wiil_see it as the sue- treoree -Taylor of Ganancque. .John cessful business "man, "and that is honorary, col- Premier warmly Support him to remodelimg.Ms departments., on effic- j ment; Major y, Trliere in lent principles; "CT'n-vnvx -i-Tm A 90-year-old Chicago doctor set fire attention to and a Surely this bagh grasp of the principles of sales- Bot be used a! an'argtkaeht that manship and efficiency in which his j a mail's 'life short tiie seccfnd ot.whicli' his bed while smoking his pipe and ed at within, seven miles of Yvar.SiW. In -the 4hird attempt .the Germais nave advanced to within 30 miles of the Polish capital -but _ have not achieved at present anything .tangible. On the sea up to date the prepon- derance of losses in wsrship units' rests with the Germans, who have lost 46 to the British 20. Lbadon, is prompted to a lieutent-colonelcy. The nations of Europe hare placed contracts In the TTnited States for more than "worth of sup- plies since the beginning of the -war, Schwab predicted that for this reason ted States was now at -the threshold of the "greatest period of prosperity it has seen in many NEED OF PERMANENT QUARTERS A correspondent of the Herald f wants .reason of the delay in placing the Battery -boys (in.-per-j manent quarters. believe it; is to their advantage that they should be housed in different "quarters around f the city, where temptations are offer- ed that'naturally would not exist if they were together under military is the view of this icorre- spendent We are in entire accord j with this opinion. It is .a pity that .-the authorities'have ibeen so "slow in -arranging for .permanent quarters for the" entire Battery. It would surely be better for the men if they were j all housed together and under military-! I discipline and direction night.' !W-e want the young men "who are go- Ing.to fight our battles, to have all the opportunities for physical, mental and moral development that, can' -0e offer- ed, and since they are. to participate in one of the greatest struggles of- the ivorld's history, it" is most important that they should be under "military regulations at all times. -j Of Polls 51 to 59 inclusive, comprising the City of Lethbridge, is hereby called to be held on ALBERTA'S AiD TO UNEMPLOYED-! Tbe Government of AFoerta has I come to the assistance of the cities of; .the province in dealing with the prob-1 :lem of the unemploym.ent ;by contri-j tuting 3. very generous amount to i 'each city for three months at the be- j ginning of the year. Unemployment brings distress, and 'the distress must be relieved. What would have liked to have 'seen "TToula nave been the appropriation of a sum of money for certain public works, which would have given the unemployed employment, and thus 'enabled them to get through the win- ter without having to consider tie-in-' 'selves' objects of charity. However, the Government has met the unan- imous suggestion of the four cities of .the province who sought an appro- priation for the purpose of looking! after the unemployed and the distress: created. Now that the cities have the money they should spend it very carefully. U The idea should not be given to any- body that .the money is to -be had for the asking, or assistance is to be had i; men merely stating that they got get work j As far as Lethbridge is We would say to the. Commissioners ihat the policy of wisdom wouJd be to the matter of relief entirely in he-bands of organizations engaged in his kind of work from year to Tie money must be spent wisely and Provincial Government I 1 Oth Street, South Lethbridge, at the hour of 8 To Elect Delegates to Attend a Convention To be held at the K.P. Hall, on Wednesday. January the 1 3th, 1915, at the hour of 2.30 p.m., To Select a Candidate to Support the Liberal Party in the House of Commons All Liberals resident in the polling divisions as above described are requested to attend. Alternate Delegates will not be recognized at the of officers of the Lethbridge also -take place at chis-meeting may be elected convention, Liberal Association Appointed by Federal: Liberal Executive for Alberto GOD SAVE THE KING LI-O El'-lTi IB lit A LS A Convention for the nomination of a Liber- al Candidate to represent the new of Lethbridge In the of Commons Will be held in the Street n P. Hall of Lethbridge At The Primaries for the election of Delegates will be held in each Polling Sub-division, as constituted in the Dominion Elections of 1911 ay, January 11, at 8 O'Clock pan. L The delegates will be chosen on the foliow- ing basis, the Alberta Liberal As- sociatiom 1 "Oiie delegate for each polling subdMsion as consti- tuted at the last Bcrmiuion election for every one hundred voters or less polled at that poll, and an additional delegate for each one hundred votes or major fraction thereof in excess of the first one hundred votes." "In the event of a'former polling subdivision being flivlded by the boundary line of a new constituency, dele- gates for that poll allowed to the constituency in wMch the polling place was situated and not otherwise." "No proxies shall be allowed at such conventions." BY ORDER Alberta Federal Liberal Association Shepherd, Convenor fqr the Lethbridge Federal District. _t ;