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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIimiDGp OAli.Y HF.IVT.n FRIDAY, DECEMHSlvaS, mi. TheSahin Demandlixlay PURE FOOD For cur New Year's trade w 2 have another lot of Milk- fed i [More I'aid ISack in This District Than in Any Other District i _ in West Loili'THiSO ofilee has collected money in seed Sislu and rejie( by the Domin- ion Boveinwent than any other tend oitliro In the uvst. This meut ivis ii'iide lo the Herald Ibis by .1- A. Held. Dominion lauds lieir. This ROCS ;o show tbo prosperity Alberta in a way Ui at I cite of true prosperity Cor' the Tamers >vhu neottetl relief ami In arc "those v.'ho were in the poorest position to take advant- age of the his cjoiis ol the following two years, 1 Uy spring, according to. Mr. Heid. i more than'two-thirds of the oulstand-1 his iHonfly will b'e collected. This will I run close to the mark. Of the lematader ll Is all covered by the of security and iimrticalty every I rrnt will bn follerted. Very j c-rs bare defaulted RS yet. Altogether tlie Dominion govern- ment issued about lia.OOMOU worth of relief arid sepd grain in the wlnU-r nnd spring of till n month ago LJYIT hriil Iceii luck. By spring another or more will i be In. 'The LethbrUge land dis- trict had one-sixth of the lotal In niabthg the best showing of any district la ihe west, on top of this enor- mous loan.the district has 5et up n record. It Is couF'Jered unlikely ihat there he any need grain dlslri- llmtiou by Ihe government in the rom- itig" spring, although one has been received. Thai coines from a returceU soldier and win te granted. ISIlISiflW lOPWTli Oitan-a, Dec. CiHsfii'.totlw bwoiile (lavo noi ill scnil'p'i' 10 Hie raihtav tie- grouting an increase In raws. Several 'at laciu have alrwiily Iwcn rci-civcJ luw along (lie sugces lion lha! ILu fiovcrnrncnv cservlse Us o( revlcwlns Iho commit- rIon's i" what a quesllon ci fact rather llwo law. 11 his been thill unless UID rales aix1 liu-reasei] the Grand Trunk anil Can- adian Northern will be In a bad v.-ay. ORIESiACH STILL LEADS Kdiuoiiloo, Dei-. re- lurnUig oHK-vr fur West M- Hionton this morning uunouiu-. es thai with 21 noils to lie-ir Ironi Unlonicl. h Icsdlug Oliver, Liberal, uy 139. WHISKEY J5 CASE INCREASE IhlUtx. liquor vendpra uader tho'Xovu Scdtia Tem- Act loilay notlfieil bv tfiru from Montreal that (he ui-Iio of whiskey Jmi liiercased per c-ase. jump as a result of nouRcemcnt ut iirohlkition or ImivortH- 11 ion'of liquor. i H A SURE WAV TO WIN bo ycu'ro going to propose to Mabel she'll accept 'Sure. I'm going to wear my new 1 tire auJ aerial oi-cUiced 'Iday. but HKIO was no reneual o{ in- fantry fighting oil a larjte scale. Ful- jlowluj: twlay'i, from army "In the anil val- eueuiy iwlrob were driven On Asiatto to the' ot fa; Ul oae. of our coiupaules Karfison ef au euemv advanced pnt, capturing an oltlccr, is men aad niuch Kuf laaterinl. Caiiova bur patrols raided Vrlnjlns back an ot- ricer i- "A' powertul sqiiadrou ut Caujnofl airpluec waj tent ujalnst large lot- forces 'In the Hoiiclil Valley uid with very Washington, Dec. 28. At aiic o'clock night .the [earthquake which destroyed part of mala city was contlr.'jing; tion of property was unabated and thousands were without Belter. Americans and other foreigners wsre saft. This latest information, coming today, in a despatch frorn the Am- erican consul, added thai water mains were sani- tary condition of the city was fc-e- comtng bad. already has been started. head- .qucrters hsre tcday :teieflrsphed Preaident Cabrera and the head'of the Red Cross chapter In the; Gua- ternala capital offering any aid they might asV. at per ib. Choice TURKEYS, 6 to 81b. e at per lb.- i Tliecunual Sunday School Rally Will X j be held in ,T -morning, Years dav.'at li o'clock Hamilton. Out.. Dec. 2S.-A daring 5harp. The 5ChooIg are the .adeuiiit to rob the Royal Dun- United chWcfi 0{ Nohh da; wjs rrualrated shortly heforc uiid- Lethbridge.'Christian; First Baplist. .nisht ast night hy Constable Lumsden Knta Presbyterian, Salvation' Army iilsturoed three men in the acl ot Wesley llelhodist. -The schools breaking in. The trio fled toward-a are eigccteci lo meet in their' own waiimE automobile when the oiftcer church, or at such place as will: he appeared. 'Lnmsden beat them to it decided on Sundayf.am! march'in a (and arrested a man who gavs the body lo Wesley church 'anil occupy name of McFarlaue, Hamil-.tbe section that will be allotted lo J.nmsden handcuffed this man to j tnenl. Ac'eicellent progrsm has been :eat of tlie car, sped to Chief prepared as follows: 's-honse tor asEistance and then Chairman, Rev. C. E Grag-- selec- Montreal. Hon. P. E. Blondin. postJnaster general, noyc 'overseas, has applied to the superior court through his lav.-yfrs hero for 'ri recount of the lallots polled in the general election in the Laurier-fJuirc- mont division'in which he was defeat- j-4 by P. E.' DitTremhlay by 2.04S. The feturning-officer gave the number of challanged votes as 421, but Uu Treui- blay, hinisolf, nnnounces'that only 240 voted were challenged. There ivill.hc a bis soldiers' .vote for this const it- neticy, of which Cot. Glondin expects to get. a very large share. the .se Clark' up three mea'.Jtion by" orchestra; Will iani; greetings from p., Burns; prayer; .solo; hymn solo; ddress, We have made special ar- rangements our Fish supplies will come direct in car load lois from the Pacific, Atlantic and the Northern Lakes, thus ensuring to the Consumers a saving of at least 2c to 4c per Ib in -rounding They gavo their .names__ .....___ Grace, George Smith arid Royal Hit responsive reading- Irum, all of HamRton. Earlier in tils Rev. O. C. Horsman- olferfng- hrmn- evcnlar Cohen's clothing itore and presentation of Lanuer by-Rov J E' Diamond's harness shop were rpfuiS. Horlgins; hymn; itev' The. police say the stolen goods '.vcfe Chas. baker. 1 in the automobile. SWRLAND II lpef, Dec. is staled that notice has HaroM G. Hutch- Irigs, of the pany, January T. The order does not take'into" account the fact tliat application for leare forj appeal is still under consideration by. JudgorHaggaru Appareiitly irigs be up January 7 ailtl continue In kha'ki unless tlie central appeal, jurtge reverse the slon the locaMribunalR. Ottawa, Dec. of a war iradc board to clo for Canada what a Commission, similar in -character is already doing for Ihe Untied sAles. is being strongly urged upon the gov- ernment by the Canadian Manufactur- ers' Association. A deputation ot man- ufacturers -n-ill wait upon Hobert mm on TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS at all our Markets Beginning qn Friday, Jan. 1th Port, raemhers. of'lhe: crews of the Greek steamer loanitina, which was sunli recently by the crew of a German sub- roarine, arrived at tuis port yesterday aboard a British Htearaer.' Memlters the loaninmfs crew, all of whom "a3 -GET BIG SENTENCES MontreaT, DecL 'and Li- onel Isidore, who escaped jfronf the care of detectives Jast Aus- utst aDd who were captured nt Well and, Ont, afler a freedom lasting three Lefore Judge this morning for sentence. Lionel was giv- en 12 years phd Samuel seven years In Ihe Tlie two were ar- rested for assault and ro.bbery on S. St. Calhcrinc street eller. were saved, aid the undersea boat halted their ship, .stripped her of .ev- ery tiling of value. Including brass tit- tings, then aiink her'with bombs. The crew took to like boalif and were pick- ed up later by the.Britishcr. The loan inns, owned hj the National Sfeek Navigation Company, was a ves- sel of tons. soon as he returns lo the capital. DELICATELY PUT I'm falter. ._ sir, I'm. afraid ,yoii "ave your front tJpInlcn. Mrs. Tbnfty Pkase Too. Pliii Now to Winter EAT FISH FOR HEALTH AND ECONOMY Branlfptd, Qiil., Dec. food controller protects only the people in case of maximum prices being exceed-. cd and docs not set a feir price for; any food !s the anairef this city has received in res- IKTOM lo an appeal lo Food Controller Hndna to put an end lo a "bread war'' here, by soiling a price tild' protect the small lnat tieing sqnueezed out by the large This bread Kar'rigeil here for following a .cut in bread to nfit cenWi iJtf (rr a firm with OMlsldo The ptlicr haVjrs, In dfcMed lo keep the price .M bread at ten cents, ifter Iho. na'd ttffltinnetl a week. The ono firm ifilnca that lime hid advanced Itfl lirlccfto elefil Cents, it wlilch price It is now selling bread. Limited DOMINION MARKET COR, 4TH AVE. A 6TH ST, ti, PHONE AVE, SOUTH, PHONES 412 4 f1J8s' ST. FHQHE 43f SEItB SLAM EYE TO GERMANY Ixi'njsville, An-' dcraon, is all Ainprlcan. wllh tho exception otn dais eye. That sob- slltiitt- tptic 13 10 enlhl (n the United Statea fflarliie corps at their reerultte? ntatloii hftre, wnR rGjectetl whep tils y.-as dlscorcrcd Ijy U. C. Wrighl. you loss of an cycl would prcvont your j the nergeant. thought It explained Mi! this glMs Minter Is the only pirl ot Hit tint Wai Blade In Germany, and I .want to fake It to ouil 1L m Sunny Southern California The IfiD'J of ripe oranges, luxuriant vegclation, '.vonilerlsil charming resnn-, -golf, jlqhnte, toaLfng, bathing and all the dfr- UghtA of out-of-doora. A tlx months' round-lrlp ticket wllh sfopovcr privileges wll] to visit all points of Inlcrosl. t j 4 Tfilrrt s Oay fron R, B. JEN.VINOS, F. 1', A. til Ave., Spokniie, V.'.-iji. JOH.V M. SCOTT General Afjcnt 1'ortlcnd, Oregon SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES the Brntn to tiio coait therf wsre only acllons. inedl- in Xorthc-rn has Lceu already.. II in argued, however, that iiipui will.uoi remove de- ticlts from oreiaiioii and deticleudes liclwccn revenue1 mid onerallBS Censes .wIH have to bo inado up out ot the public treasury. The' Canadian Pacific is not in the same position as the olhE-r roads, lut iU greatly In- grease J cost ol operation makes the rate uf equal in nmintaining Its efficiency, and, inci- denlally, its The Citizen slates.that the rail- road situation will l-e reviewed by the government early in January. amp tn vlciijlty. at Conegllano, the enemy to evacuate it. Heavy trenrh mortar lire brought to bcfcr ou the Ueusoii destroyed four font bridges which liad been Ihrowu by luo enciuy at rear or the bend.' HOSPITAL HALIFAX' .BURNS, NO CASUALTIES Halifax, Dec. destroyed Iho Clayton Military Convalescent howe. In Hie oorlh end of the city. Tljcrr were no patients in the building. Tliw niafron, cook and orderly escajicil without injury. Sometime ago'the building was handed over to the mili- tary hospitals commission by W. J. Clayton to be used as a convalescent home for relumed solulers. Hit CASC "I know 2 mail who knows ly well how to luauage a wife In every purtlcuUr. "He may know how. but docs ho do becnuse won't let him'out of the Insane asylum long enough to American. A New Year s Treat Another Shipment of For the New year's. Treat: Like the shipment we had for Christmas these are reaidy dressed and you 'pay .only forvitl-ie edible bird. We have a few Causes of Left, which we Will clear at per case i Sunday dnd New Yeats Dtiy if you PHONE R. COULTRY THE ALBZRTA MEAT MARKET ;