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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR fcbe Derail) Hlbcrta AND WEEKLY Subscription Ratei: lldlv, delivered, per year ......H-00 Daily, by mail, per year ........S3-00 Weekly, by mail, .per year......fl.OO THE LETHBRIDGE D A tLY-H ER ALD WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1915 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan 1352 1224 John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR "robing tor a weak opening m me at which to launch an attack .which is the signal fora gen- eral aggressive, the Germans, accord- ing to resorts, are bent on making one more terrSEc effort to "break the deadlock in Flanders and France. It looks to be a plan behind which is tbe desperation bora of the hopelessness of the struggle since the Marne, and the allies are not worrying much over tie result. But that bloody battles will be fought in tie near future may be expected. -UlBtria's reply to the second United States note on the Ancona incident is not expected to be satisfactory, -and a rupture in'diplomatic relations between the two countries is locked for. If it so happens it- will he the most serious step the U. S. has yet taken. Roumania and Russia are still ne- gotiating over terms of the former's entrance into the war on the side pi the allies. She has been promised additional concessions, and if Hussia succeeds in her purpose a new and more promising outlook in the Ballkan theatre should result LINCOLN'S WORDS SPEAK FOR ALLIES The "peace at anr price" -advocates should go back to Abraham Lincoln and read the story of that notable's attitude daring the war between tie north and south. They would find that Lincoln had to deal with pessi- mists and clamorers for peace. And what did he says to them! Just read this: 'On careful consideration of all the evidence accessible it seems to me that no attempts at negotiations with the insurgent Wader could result te any good He -would accept nothing short of severance of tie Union, pre- cisely what we will not and can not Sive His declarations to this effect are explicit and oft-repeated. He does not attempt to deceive us He affords us no excuse to deceive ourselves He can not. voluntarilv accept the Union, we can not voluntarily yield it Be- tween us and Mm the isaue is dis- tinct, simple and inflexible. It is an issue which can only be tried bv war 1 and decided hy If we yield, ire are heaten, if the souiicrii people faif him, he is deaten Eitier way it -would he the icforj and defeat fol I lowing war" lif that spirit France, Belgium and Great Britain speafe now If they yield they are beaten. If, in the end, the: German people fait their.emperor, lie is heaten. Earope is grappled in an issue "which can. only oe tried hv 1 ,war and. decided by supply of natural gas will he depleted at an early date Is not eo Rente us it was a couple of years ago, and Alberta's protest will not be so loud. WOUL'U BE A BUSY WHITE ELEPHANT The Calgary Albertan remarks: "The Lethbridgo Herald still insists that any freight rate adjustment would be unavailing to nil the Inter- nal elevator In Calgary, and that the only thins that would be satisfactory would be to place another white elo- phant iu the city of Leilibrlise.'' Southern Alberta fanners hardly ngree with the Albertan in this re- aard. Though the Albertan may not know it, there nro thousands of bush- els of the south's 1915 crop still in the .hands of the farmers, which are lying out on tho ground without cover of any kind or description against the weather. And this is not the fault of tbe C. 1'. R. which has moved the crop so far in such an ex- psditious manner as to set a record to aim at for years to come. The fact that the C. P. R. had over 000 bushels of grain rolling oil the Letlibridge division in one day alone shows what the company has been doing 10 help the fanners realize ou their crop, but that doesn't heln Uie farmers who could not get to realize on their crou. Seventy-five per cent, of that mil- liou" bushels passed through Letli- bridge. Many thousand bushels of it likely was tough as tough grading was no exception to the rule this year. It" the farmers could have stor- ed at least a part of their grain here this year so that they could have had the elevator checks to go to the bank with, if they could have stored their tough grain here and had it dried at the elevator at a small charge of a couple of cents a bushel instead of losing peven or eight cents at the head of the lakes, if they could have had the use of the cars two or three times instead of waiting for them to go to Fort William and return, they would have been hundreds of thous- ands of dollars in pocket today. They could have used the money an inter- nal elevator would have made them, and they would have kept the elevator busy. VI'B doubt not the elevator at Calgary is a white elephant, because politics, instead of logic placed it there. But it would be a different story if Lethbridge were the loca- tion. JACKED UP IN FOR THE BUSY MAN I want _ No substitute will money in lllJEll I the kitchen us liovril does, or, give thi; same nourishing, value to soups 'and stews. .It-takes the beef.of bullock to snake a do7.cn bottles of liovril is thus so .strong that it cannot .possibly be put up in cheap cubes. Get the real in the Bovril bottle. r HEROES OF .FRANCE TO DEATH OF u communication from Miss Jlcltuy turned saying she woulil lie unable to- conic, mid'another meeting of Hie j board was held FriduY, when Mr. Mi'.NHcholl, also ot Clatcsbolm, was Two mail in the chair lost botn were decorated with the Military Medal for conspicuous Epavgss. The German prisoners of war at i Fort Henry, Kingston, reiuse.1 4IIO j pounds of turkey purchased for their Christmas dinner, ordered it taken away, and sent for a load of geese j instead. John McGuire, a former member of the Medicine Hat Police Force and; later a clerk in the C.P.R. ollicsrs I there, has been named captain and adjutant of the 03rd Battalion Calgary-. j Ths I3th 0-M.Ii. have a new band-! in-the person of THE EXPORTATION OP ALBERTA GAS Calgary newspapers announce that numberf of business men of that city, led by J. L. Kemohsr, have sue I ceeded in disposing of bonds the purpose of piping EhtuTal gas from Southern. Allberta !to AVinnincg and intermediate towns. The Medlc.Bc Hat T.mss protests against the exportation of gas from Alberta, and-urges the authorities at Edmonton and Ottawa to put a stop to.the scheme: Tins matter was tbe subject of discussion" in the House of Commons a couple of years ago, tbe member for'Medicine Hat voicing the protest of many of his constituents met acy proposal to export gas outside the province. It was then that while the Dominion could pro- hibit the exnort of gas from Canada to the United States, that step having been taken in the Ontario fields, it could not well be done in tbe case of exportation from one province to an- other. And as the Dominion govern- ment still controls.; the natural re- Bources of the three prairie provin- ces, Edmonton has little .to say. about ft, so that seemed to be about the final word. The province could, it ia true, interfere with, such a. project, by refusing permission to construct pipe lines across the highways. Such .seems the best to take to pre- vent the gas leaving Alberts matter is one igoKhy of dis- cussion, but vtith gas like those at Foremost and BOY Island opening the fear ,that 'Southern Alberta's David Miller, J. P., a well known resident of Washago, Ont., is'dsad. Sir Wm. Fries will recruit a hat- 1 talidn at Quebec The premises and stock of the Mar- tin corrugated Bos Co., Toronto, were destroyed by fire Loss SIOO.OOO Norman Murray, citv engineer oi Wevburn, Sask., will secure a com- mission IE the Royal Engineers. It is proposed to make up the 12ith Batt., C.E.F. at Toronto whol- ly with friends Rev. D. R. Sharpe, oi Calgary, has accepted the call extended to him by Moose Jaw. Baptists. W. E. McColl has been appointed clerk of the district court at Cal- gary. Isaac McClure, at one time a mem- ber of the Bruce county council, died at .Edmonton. Automobile license fees are to be increased and the revenue from them in Ontario will then approximate J500.000 The London and Port Stanley Rail- the first-six months of; elec- trical opr-ration, will have earned the net sum rif C J Tomokms has tendered his resignation as technical manager of the Franco-Canadian Collieries, Blair- more, to take.effect December 31st. Dr. H..-T; Stannage Boyle .of Trin- ity College, Toronto, has been ap- pointed Principal ol King's College, Nova Scotia. .Liout.-Colonel -W. T.. Mcllullcn of Woodstock has been authorized to or- ganize an Oxford Battalion, the 168th. George Johnson, a veteran engineer of the Grand Trunk, died at Point St. Charles. He was born in West Bromwich, Surrey, England, and came to Montreal in 1874. At St. Thomas, Mrs: Sadie -McMil- was convinced of trying to get Ptc Herbert Welsh, of the 91st Bat- talion to desert Welbh's wife saw her letter. Plans for a Canadian Northern townsite three hundred acres in ex- tent in Uose proximity to Hideau Junction, within miles of Otta- half just been filed at Ottawa The Empress of Japan brought to Vancouver a cargo of more than 000 bales lell Unless we are willing lo let these hundreds of .thousand: of women, children and old men alarve, ihey must be fed al llic 'expense of the Belgian Relief Fund. To make this someone must conlribule nearly a winter I No people under the Allied Flags arc as well able to conlribule generously us we Canadians 1. No cause has ever been more dcsWvng.of help I In the name of Justice and Htimanil ihc sate of our own us give all, we c-n to kelp our Aliiesl Stnd your lubtctirtioni .wjskly, monthly or in one lump sum lo Local or Provincial Of to the 5 Central'.Exesatiy'e Commitics, 59 St., Petor-SI., Montreal Feeda A Belgian, Family A Mdttth. Total SllO.OO Mr. was selecting homcsteails for himself anil sors. was anvious lo lurther north ii> j unable to on 01 the mabiliU Oi a hunter and trapper named Cart- to i t s ruin" This nun whose wife ami six children were in I m a hut m the hLart u tlici I xraods, hail just hcen fined tweuty: j live dollars for shooting a moose oi sJasoii. tlioush the family were iii a stamnc; condition. The moose he hatl traded to a surveyor for some necresarv provisions, and the survey or had fined sixty dollars. When Mr. -McDowell called, the trapper was just ior the point it which he had to paj in- lm( ind bo b ire ol all necessities the hut that our townsman turned in his provisions and came oau tin. I.HUUI i itji i oruce as accompanist, Was perhaps the mrst enio r I of f-e ill Bruce himstll lumc it tnok the palm it I the close hv giving Tennyson'1- I 'Charge of the Light as he had one" htirrl a CoiAnei in Lon olon it, leteiM ig tumultuous -ip plause The nenmt closed sun, nip God cue me King i Benoit spent Thursday m I cth I ndgp Percy Hunt' took a car load oi peo- ple from 'votuclord .Wednesday night It) tin. Fmlaj ieliool house where V1IS-, ulltll r idn ll eic nuld int; thtir ai nual I. hristiiis concsrt Ihc-e as i lonj; prrgraii it oier I fiftj numbers t'ter which a Chtist mas tree .and refreshments were en- joicd .Mr. and Mrs. libiilton and little i .jitrhter cainc in ircm their ranch it Ncwlands t) spend Christm is .Mr. and Mrs. Stewart. A number of voiini; people from White I-ake attended the school con- cert Thursday night. Mrs: ilobt. McDowell, who has been tbe guest of her mother in Wasliing- on state for some time, is expected home Wednesday. She is in very poor health, having been confined, to her he I most of licr tune aw a) Smith went Saluidij in J.ethbridec. Mr. llruce left Christmas day Tor his :new school up north A, rinchan tvas in Lethbridgc Tues: day AN AMERICAN TRAIT (Chicago Tribune) The American nation suffers from an excess of aimless sentimentalism. it creates a moral fairyland in which wishes that things were not as they are: become reasons why. they shall Such as itliey- nrc. If a__fnct Is ugly it nth r m ut bo denied or by some offoit the intent Jt be destroyed. When the iv'lsli has been made the effort, is Bpeul. We have been 'pulling wlsll-uones all our na- (iona' Hf' CARMANGAY ITEMS (From the Wm. lieaubier has purchased the LBO Jones farm, the price paid being jOO Phil. Low and Jliss 1'carl Funk left on Thursday for Cardston where they were married on Christ-mas eve. Five or six head of pure bred cat- tle were pnrclnsei farmers at 'the big stocS; sale at Cal- vary last week. Those; makiiiB pur- rlmcs wire C Folk H Gler dennini; and C. Thomas. On Monday, Dec. 20th, at the .rcsi- dcucr of Mr Downmt, Oirman 5ai the daiightrr Miss Huihh Ro 1U been 1C the hridL Jl Mr taples in the freseorte of the mime liat; relatives and friends. The ccte- moripj was performed Mr Mcinam pasto1" ol the Mrohodist church Carmangay Sadie Alonk ley played tbe wedding march. The bridesmaids were Miss Isabellc Sher- hurnb, niece of the bride, lind Miss Mildred Fanning, .the groom's sister, llursroun' being supported by his brother. Mr. Roy Fanning, and Mr. NOT- lackabem of OLD-FASHIONED (Lt She's an old-fashioned girl, isn't Dear me. yes! Sba bad on a frock at least six months old. A (Exchange) Bob'bie, would you ralller find your Christmas present in your stoclcihe- or on u I'd rather have if on a tree, 'ca.tisd i there's "more room -.there. EVERY THREE MINUTES ONE DIES IN THE U. S. i he Anti Ti Ix-ftulosts Sorfetj illusr tr itc the frightful toljjot consumption bj extinguishing i light three mmuttb and shows (hit it is the man or girl or boj, ulio neglects colds who feels weak and is the very one to contract none are immune. During changing seasons, or after sickness, blood-quality is n-qst impor- and if )ou fan il} take Scott's Emulsion after meals it will charge your blood wtik healtli- sustainitig richness, quicken circulatioi and strengthen both lungs and.throat, s is fr from to take cannot, harm. Get a bottle to-day. Scott licmuc. Toronto, Oat, 15-2J ol SHORT COURSE SCHOOL IN AGKICULTURE AND CARD3TON FOREMOST LETHBRIDGE VULCAN WILL BE HELD AT Jan. 10, 1916 Jan 13, 1o 19 5 Jai 17 18 19 1916 Jan 20 21 22, 1916 bidm .he luapice- of tin I airs and In litnto no Women InsJtute Brandies or tho Department of Uberta Courses of instru-tion will be gnen in Hitttoclc Dtming anil Poultn rtusinff The Cliampion SI orthoni Bre 1 Steu irom the ittent On lano block bhrv has jiwt DM n secured ami nil! be usei! roi ilerio istration purposes fccturm -mil 01 women will be gtun m Sewing L-umilrj mil Homo Nui-Hiig Four cannih) ut imcb.ol I'l 'c cari'-d ro- tlomon btrdtion uurpostfa The Ciiicilian Pncitit. R.tilna> art ctiijing li -toe' ic of chargo. -----EVERYBODY .WELCOME----- HON. DUNCAN MARSHALL, Minister of Agriculture. J, DOUGALL, General Agricultural Agent, Canadian Pacific Railway For full particulars write, ALEX GALBRAITH, Supt. of Institutes MISS MARY MaclSAAC, Supt of Alberta Women s In stltute's, Ed'montcn, Alta. Give Your Wile an Interest in the family's firyin- clal progress by open- ing a Joint Account in the Union Bank of Canada, In her name and your oWn You will find it a very convenient arrangement, for then either can attend to the banking when In town, making deposits or withdrawing money. In case of death, the balance automatically goes to the survivor. OF CANADA LITHBRIDGE BRANCH ORASSY LAKE BRANCH e R TINNING, Manager H. E. SANDS, Acting.Maniger ;