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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MOB POUR THE LRTimmirwfl- DAILY Deralb Siberia DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and fHE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED S2J Street South, Lelhbrldje W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director lohn Torrauct; T liuslness Manager TELEPHONES Business Office J-53 Editorial Office Subscription Rati3: Pally, ikliveied. per week Daily, per year .....Ja Daily, by mail, per year ......54-vu Weekly, by mall, per year Weekly, by mall, per year to m' beea submitted In (lie good old British way as ac Issue lu a I general election, as was done in Cau-' It would havo car.-ied Just as over- whelinlnclr as it ilid In Canada. The referendum la alright but It has its limitations, and people when asked tho blunt question aa to whether they are to send their sous and friends to. fight aie likely to answer in the negative however much they approve the principle they are fighting for. Mr. Langlsr has tried to cover -jp his chagrin over the Saskatchewan result by drawing wrong conclusions "PICKED PASSING THE J. E. Uradsbaw a prominent citizen of Mace Albert, has died. U.S. manufacturers aro demanding the repeal of the Sherman. Anil- Trust Law as a nar nieuurp. Approximately JlOO.OttO.COH bas from the Australian result, and gener-! teen withdrawn, froih V.S, banks by ally icakias a woeful spectacle ot himself. He should know that there really Lire limes when "Sllescfe Is Gol- den." Dates oi eipiry of subscriptions ap- pear Gaily oa address. label. Accept- ance oi papers Lfte.- eipiratkn dale !i authority to centinuo the sub- Ecription. emplified by the action of President Wilson and advisers in taking over all the railway systems of the coun- be managed as one system un- der government control. This is an immense undertaking, affectlag thour sands of miles of road afd nearly half a million employees, but the produc- tion of food and munitions and the of millions of soldiers is de- the co-operation of the rail- ways with this ba brought about .by gov- ernment co-operation. Hence tho.dras- tic action which puts Uncle Sam. the same footing as regards transpor- tation as John Bull. .U is now.bccoming fairly well set- tled thst the United States, having into this 'war. 'is determined -to Germans have made two large attack-s, do. not only their bit but their best which have been repulsed by the.j jjere are a Iew of ttle under- THE PROGRESS Of THE WAR i German newspapers commenting on -Ihe central powers' peace terms out- 'lined to Russia, see in these a golden over which the allies may pass 'to a permanent peace. They raise: 'again the cry that the allies must bear the responsibility of continuing the' i-war. But British papers see in 'merely 'another cunning trap ilald to catch, if 'be allies in a premature peace Out would bear flittle advantage for us. i A renewal ot activity is noticeable, 'on the Verdun front to France. CANADA'S 8IG NEIGHBOR IS DOING WONDERS How the United States is r to take an active part in the world have their pay raised twenty ner cent, struggle In Europe can best be ei- Alice N'eilsen, one ot the most cele- Hungarians icariRK seizure of deposits, While sharpening a pencil, John Brill, a nine-year-old X.J.. schoolboy; drove, bis penkutte into his heart and died instantly, The pay of German private soldiers, is shortly to be increased by one-third, and non-commissioned officers are to Tho wowl alcohol- produc- tion ot the U.S. Is to be taken over the government. !u response to invitation from the Urltish government twelve arla- tois are soingjrom israzll to take yail In the great striiss'o. Evidence in the trial ot Albert Kutt- schmldt at JJetro.lt prove that he was paid at least J2S.WO' as a German Gordou.Moil of the itoyol Corps of at Ben- brook Held near Kort Worth; Texas in e. fall. Technical students of high stand- ins will not be required to enlist -under tho U.S. draft, tout will have eers' lleserve. brated oi American.operatic [slagers. jto ioto the and Dr. Le Roy ft. Stoddard, a pronli-1 nent physician of New York, were The commissions ot married at Greenwich, Conn. Texas Rangers'have been 'revokes Italian submarine chasers' Tvere" de- stroyed by a mysterious-fire In. the 0. H. Thatcher Co.'s plant at Albany, I following lutGrutatipn that tUey'hac Patterns for British. French and .'secured the position to escape the U.S. draft laws. .N'ew vessels in course ot construe tibn for the U.S. navy total 4.24, In addition to 350 submarine chaser: which will be In service early in the spring. Fire ot unknown -origin destroyed 35 cars of the Sagiuaw.-Bay City Kail-, way Company :and a largo section of I the car'barnsV several hours) vis paralyj Prince ..Albert was? killed loss IF estimated at JZCHVWO. when he became entan'gled In the mechanism (jaEolIue" engine used OKCKMBKK 1911. tVrorii Our GVn Correspondent! t. ardston, Dec. -On tlte occasion ot tho departure ot Mr. and Sirs, 11. i'olsom for California, a few friends gathered to bid them bon voyage and to let theui know that they will bo oft remembered by many frienda here. As a partial rest or at. least a chanlje. ff oni tho temporal 'a tho splr- a cairfor si.v'months servlco In Soutb- wu California where ho will labor in a .missionary, way lor Iho Lalter Day Saints: lie has had esperiouco In Great lirltaih as a missionary and dotibllefs.will prove, ot great nld to his companions In that line. Th'erb were present on the evening in Question, Messrs. Eden, J. Wood aud Thoi. Uuce ot Stake Prosl-l deiicy, Up. J. T. Broivn aud wife. Up. Win. Duc6 and wife. Sir. II. 0. Kiilsour und wife of Hill Spring, M. A. Coombs and wife, D. Card and wife, Pat- riarch H. U Illinium. Mrs. Annie Harm and Mr. Llngard. The many, expressions ot kindly feeling and good wishes ,served to make our friends rejoice fn the' tact ot thero many frlendsf hero who would welcome them back agaiu and those here know that thoj1 Will navo many niore'iiew ones before they re- turn. New Movie Management 'i'tio Palace Opera House has .been leased by Messrs. L. Nielsen auditors Harder thoy aro certainly engag- ing all tho talent possible to como this way as they recogntzVCardston's ap- preciatlou ot good entertainments. On December 31st aud January 1st a special engagement'Is announced of the now play "My Mother's Rosary" In which Mr. Frank p. I'rcsoii Is feat- ured. Seats aro obtainable at' the, "Sugar Dowl" next door to the theatre on the out of town pat- roua do well to telephone Ju Iheir reservations. Dec. 27th lust, has a mus- ical trcaI ;ln Miss Isolde Mengev, tho great violinist. The new manage- ment U to be coruraeuded for its en- terprise. The big Christmas entertainment at ihe Taberuacl.e .was enjoyed by si! hundred people. The superinten- dents of tha two Sunday schools, Seth Nelson and J. V. Cord, with their willing and ablo committees are cer- tainly to bo congratulated on their splendid success. A flue pros ram of Christmas music, stories, recitations, ami from .Santa Claus, who eventually arrived and distributed his Christmas packages to about five hun- tlrod little and big people, certainly gained much favoriblo comment from all who enjoyed the tUao there. Tho hall was lastetully decorated and the program was very pleasingly correlat- ed. Viet. Wood presided in his enter- taining end happy manner and all were unstinted In their praises of the Sunday and its efforts for the children. J. W. Jardinc, for twenty years clerk of'the'county council worth. has resigned. He was first elected a member ot the. council 41 years ago. John G. Bowers, aged 42, foreman at the C. K. coal Iqadlng dock 'at ;street cartig'tfc was paralyzed. The OUR CLOTHED Have the Happy Faculty of putting Men at their Ease with very heavy losses. i SOUTHERN 'FARMERS SHOULD AID' HOG PRODUCTION CAMPAIGN r Caiiada. 'is 'short, hdndreds of thou- Ektjds- of hogs as compared- witll is in' this direction. by; ward In .undertaking to help fill the in They arc now that the packers are not. 2" the profits. The Vare'.hasured a good profit for .own labor. It therefore "becomes a and a patriotic duty.. has urged the 6i: "JouUiarn Aiberta forborne monthi' past, to undertake, the greater produc- iion of hoss for the 'reason that an assured supply of SOO.OOO or marketable hogs annually in the south country would be the' surest means .of building up a livestock market in! Lethbringe through'the establishment of a pork packing plant here. A steady suppjy- of hogs 13 absolutely neces- sary for the establishment of a pack- ing plant. It Is the first req.uisite. With a plant that would handle day termers' would'soon find a better demand for their' cattle and sheep.. if Alberta farmers will enter this hog production campaign vigor- 'ouslrit is practically certain to lead to a better market for all their "Jlve- 1 while.doing a patriotic duty i doing'themselves a per- panin't benefit by creating a lire-, market at their doors which help to tte-cattle add' .war. Total In scope, and use of food- stuffs for the manufacture of alcoholic beverages prohibited. Ten million" "men registered and classified as basis' for army, which now exceeds and Is likely :to exceed Monster shipbuilding program un- dertaken which, with the British- pro- gram, Till swamp Hun submarine ef- forts..: Monster aircraft construction prp- gram and training.of lOOO.OOCi aviators lhe war, with'bllllons more j the- best 'teachers', or "EnKlish :ib. the of Ontario; -anti" 'IV.BS re- garded-iEs eiTlfcatlonist. Twice he which''were-used ;in'iU'tn6 Whools throughout theiroviate'. blot Kleven billion dollara: already eil for', the These are just a few ot the actiVU ties. They are preparatory Yo; the _ac- 'tual fighting in though Uie "J.S. narr. U alrendy .over theroco- pper'aUui with tit British' and illied navies, getttog. tie piratical Hun sub- marine by ..the'tirciL There is little teoVa' at' to the army the U.S.' .already has'in France, but it it popu- supposed to be -sell orer the half 'million marl, and by spring ifresh, well-trained troops should be over there-ready to Fritz new armies, on .the'west front a warm re- ceptioo. This immense army has al- ready'been sent'across In spite of dit- pcedn transportation. So ,'nclfsa'm is doing aobly. ose of the allies to beat Germatiy on tbe ground of her own -choice, the bal- Uetjejda treal to the effect ffbaUIJie'ut law- rence the Ro'ya] nylhg-.Cprps whose name app-ared iailhe casualty lists as missing sereral :weeks Is r, eulmportant date will be April ijt when ifwla Creet will lose its plate In tie lu'n. affected Christmas swuerrbat but IHose Cnrislrhas sh ni'ercliairfs of Toronto died way. Jle was born A two; 'd aughler .survive. -'Frederick George Plark o4 dent, ot the firm.pt Clarke and Clarke, of Toronto in .Baltimore, while.on the south for.; tho iyn.te sons oversea An elder brother, also of; the sams firm died in I ondon Lngland as the resuk ot exposure In the sinking ofi ttie'Lusiianta. t __ -i "fho directors of the Delaware wanna "Aestern Riilroad bave cliaLgeil then methojl oi dividend dis jburs.ement by declaring av dividend'- [of tho jear InstMid! of four quarterly jajmenta of each and a special I dividend of 10 per cent de dared at this period The the cent dlstrlbu ion authorized Is at the1 same of 20 per'cent. ng at EKglehart, Out., lew years to' the outbreak of too war. Ha was. a second'year-'stvtdent at the Unirerslty of Toronto' and last winter he played senior hockey Jrj the 0. H. and the ft." JC- Do You Know Mrs. Thrifty? codicil decided" inat preferenikl balloting must go Sui It doesn t hold a candle to the Calgary. Tie Calgary ballot Is some ihing like Its one-man street cars, cumbersome as they make 'cm. this The Hamilton Herald nuts It way; The west Did best, The cast Did least. Short and to the point alright The eajlern proas'Is unanimous In Its-praise of the west for the H saved Union government, rividenlly ij Beginning to get tha pic- tures qf Indians and feathers and but- talo with which it has so long tif MiMltted In the cold- fcocfited out or it' VICTORY B LOAN Pzyrrwnte due on January the 2nd may be made at any time io and January tho 11th Scrip Certificates will be dehvered laewhange for then due. Payments due January Vho 2nd must M made at the Bank branch mentioned in f tie WrWon of to -JanCiary the ;11th convenience of subscribers and Banks so'that subscribers r'vwl'i rro be Ojduly detained waiting thejr turn at ;a; Receiving leiler-s wftKet, as most be th? case' if 'pay-' (o be mads on one day only. Subscribers should not wait un'ui January the 11th, or a day or so before, and Bitw create the sjtusttan sotjfjhf to be avoided. An every casts, jnterert a{ fhe fate of five and one half per.cep.tpeffnritim be if .-WriwrfEta not x arranaement of Association, Banks will, remain open stS3y January 3rd ami 4th, Saturday, January the 5lh; Evening 9 30 Saturday afternoon from 2 until 6 .T." hr6Uaht (0 the attcntion of the Finance De- that a considerable number of subscribers, who n will take care of their January payments ntS WMh nw T. C. BUY AT HOME Mail Order Houses W, Help, to support the schools, churches and charitable institutions; Pay any taxes in the community; Help build the roads or care for the streets; Spend one dollar with the farmer or com- munity; Furnish employment to a single resist in the community; t r Extend credit, as does thejocal merchant; as good quality of. goods as the local merchant, Show goods before they are paid for. ;