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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAfLY HERALD a9, Mill ED; Ictbbcfbje Derate Hlberra DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Pally, delivered, per week 10c delivered, per year Daily, by mail, per Weekly, by mail, per year Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S.. R. E. Bennett. Probably ho wants to use thorn to collect those national service cards. While Germany IH shouting Cor peaco' "Kemombor TELEPHONES Business Office 1252 Editorial Office 1224 W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- pear dr'ly on address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration date is our authority to continue tho subscrip- tion. Your King and Country need you right nowl THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR That six months more of war will see the end of German resources is the statement made by travellers from Germany who claim to be In close touch conditions. The Germans i nre eager for peace because the peo- ple are actually in an exhausted state from many privations. Th'e 'conditions in Austria are said to be equally as serious. French successes on the front continue, while the Teutons claim further victory in Rumania, In France the activities of the French both on land and in the air resulted In outstanding triumphs. In Rumania, the Teutons state that the defeat of the allied forces is com- plete, although, the Russians are put- ting up a stubborn fight still, and have been able to dislodge the Teutons irom some positions. In Galicia the Germans opened an offensive on Russian positions, but have been repulsed. The world looks upon Wilson's ponce notes much aa they did his Lusitania effusions. "Notes" lets them out. PICKED UP IN Get all your objections to the pur-i chase of tiie Grace mine ready. Mayor Hard to is ready to answer them. This is the open season for New Year's resolutions. Trot out your last year's list. They will do as well as any for it's a safe bet they show littlo sign of wear. The "peace" which Germany wants most now is a "piece" at meat. Ger- many is talking: on an empty stomac! iJ. Greig, a prominent 'tOrantl'onl Oddfellow, Is dead. Sir Max Aitkon has cuoseu, title of Lord Urunswick. The Doherty Pisiio company, limit- ed, of Clinton, Out, has assigned. Toronto city" council decided to ap- ply for legislation permitting1 tho city to spend upon laaUUiUcms for the core of tho feeble-tnludod and also to locate them .upon the jnll property in York county. The huge plant of Canadian-Wood- workers, limited, in the north a pen- sion on a par with the officer. This a a democratic country; and we talk if .ail men being equal, and we should reat them as we talk. Nest week is national service week n Canada, and while there is criticism the plan' in many quarters, includ- ng Sir Sam is a tep Jn the right direction, and every ;ood citizen of Canada should do his iart to make the plan work put to the 'est advantage for the Empire, The ooner we get the strength of the Do- linioji niarshaUed to the best purpose he sooner Canada will do her. full uty .to the Empire in-the cause for ijich she is fighting; Sir Herbert the loyal Bank of -Canadd, says: "For tuch as iye may-hate the Germans qw, after a few years of jieace the noxgrable laws of trade will inevit- bly drivo our trade to them If. they an undersell our own manufacturers, n view of past achievements of whaOftUe la known'of future pjans iis last contingency appears a ertainty." That is sound sense, not oolish sentiment The will Isapflear faster than some zealous The Medicine Hat News hints that Uic Mounted Police change is duo to patriots UilnK possible, by the Montreal .board of control to probe food prices. Lieut. L. G. Huttou, formerly of the Victoria college staff, -Toronto, was killed in action. After thirty-four years' servics as manager of the Bell Tolephone Co. at Gait, J. W. Taylor has retired. Sir Adam Beck, addressing a meet- ing in St, Catharines, said Canada must nationalize her four railways. Mrs. H. C. Burns, who was seri- ously burned, succumbed to her in- juries in Brautford general hospital. Dr. J. R. Steep, formerly of Selkirk, died at Winnipeg. He came from Clinton, Out., in 1881. west An order for 40 consolidated loco- motives hag been secured by the Canadian Locomotive works of King- ston from the British war office. George McDonald of Brentford succumbed to injuries received when he was kicked by a horse, in the Gait house stables. Dr. George Ban Johnston, one of the souih's noted surgeons and gynecologists, .died- suddenly in Rich- otid, Vs.. A peanut stuck, in his throat caused the death of the two-year-old child of Albert Fox of Amherstb.urg, who was visiting in Detroit. It is announced that the first Can- adian to win the Victoria Gross was Lance-Corp. Pred a former Toronto Mrs. F. Sheehy Skeffin.gton, widow of the Irish editor who was" shot dur- ng the Dublin .uprising, has reached the U. S. and is retire-: ment at the'Hotel1 York., Milne, formerly mayor tof Medicine .president of a new roa and steel Victoria, B. C. Harry Loughood. Machinery company, which v.'iJi manufacture supplies lor the allies. Some days ago ,the Psterboro po- lice found ,a .quantity- liquor, .in a garage owned by- Milton Porter and when Magistrate. Dumblo gave judg- ment in. ..the. case lie. fined. Potter 5300 for keeping liquor on promises other than his home. Frank J. Gould, son of the Ameri- .in Goulds, says" the Parts" Herald has just given for.tho rebuilding of the English Protestant cfrurqh at Maisons'La Fitte, where there :is. mi important English-American- colony, mostly interested in thoroughbred racing stables. Official annnouncement was, .made by the U. S. .Fedora! reserve that the Bank of named as the foreign correspondent of the federal reserve bank of-New York, and authority was given the 11 other reserve -banks to -participate n thft ae-ency relations. This action marke "a" radical departure from the previous financial policy .of .the country, inasmuch as it .places the governments of the United" States and Great Britain, for the .first time., in direct, continual .rela- tionship. People's" Forum company .formed at Thomas P; Kenny, an employee of ianadlan Stewart limited, Toronto, died from injuries received .when he was crushed under a load of piles. The Windsor hotel, KJnesion, built 'orty orears ed by Frank McGue, closed Its doors as the proprietor eaid -he could not make the business pay without a bar. Joseph Fitzpatfick, aged 45 years, and for many years-an of he C.P.R., was found dead in bed In lis room "Rosedaler'hotel, onto.------------------- The military hospitsjs commission ias arranged for -the of more invftUdpd apMiers at centres thrpughout Canada, besides the 2615. already; here. F. E. Kara, formerly manager of he Royal Bank at has been appointed ranch of 'the manager of People's Loan. Savings Corporation and Premier 'rust Company recently pened at Windsor; Edward firokoyslqr a resident of Vestern 1870, died at Sorth "Battleford, where, he had at ne time been Dominion Lands agent. A son is a lawyer in Calgary. iome sensational developments in oimection with', the in- ane hospital-at P.E.I., re expected. Miss Stewart, su'per- ntendent of nurses, jias resigned, nd other resignations may follow. -Hon. T. W. Crpthersi hilnister of abor, attributes the high cost of hut er to the army demand fgr cheese, nd thinks it Is not yet for the overnment to f jx maximum prices1 on anned or othejr Breckenridge Long of St Louis prob- bly will be by President Vila on as assistant secretary of tale to succeed John of Vyoming, who resigned recently. Ir. Long is a lawyer has taken prominent part In pplltics as a lemocrat. THE GRACE MINE- 612 12th Street-A-N. Editor Lethbridge Herald: ;_ Dear in a recent issue of the Herald that our mayor had signed an option on the 'above mine Qt like to No doubt I will be told again. I; know nothing about It, which would. nearer the mark than the :I as t com- munication I wrote. Some, vious to Mr. Grace and his'associates acquiring this property the .writer of this waa approached wittr a view, If sufficient money could be' got 'together, to acquire said property. It could be got for 117.000, but .would handle it. Now I presume, .Mr, :Grace got it the same II is quite a jump. Isn't it, from, to Close'on 150 :per. a raise. Isn't it-a-faot the cfty ;wa8 offered this mine some time ago at a very reasonable figure, but turned it down as out of the question? If it was out of the question then, what haa made it a desirable acquisition now, or what? I believe ent there are somewhere about 100 holes in the ground in Alberta" called coal mines, .and not one them-'do- Ing more.than paying and I for one am of this'Gra'ce wiU not pay interest...on: money.'Uet alone, rgdqce ;'e. What'Is the reasbnfthe Diamond Oity mine closed up? mine was .well but had: 'to close down. I presume, because it did not pay. Isn't It a fact alaalhat there are forty acres of coal to the city, on the-city river which could" same and doing thffnecessary work? If.the pro1 perty it would be necessary to employ an experienced man to run'the s'am'e. Now, so long as the to elect -Mr. Hardle to Ei well, but don't you think cinching the job for the .iinayor ftO acquire this property? :fifty to have a man on that they dare not fire or so doing? The reason I did; notj.fi0n- sider the. matter help form a company waa, I knew? nothing about mining, and enough in mines (other was always .on the wrong Some time I may be the promoter's !end" then we fell a diffeEent'-.'.stqry, Anybody who wants to abuse" meP-fpr asking-a few questions oositlon has my We may eventually ardvel'-aj; tKftt staee. of our when knowsv what talking Respectfully Thos. 'Meat Prices Will Not Zome Down" wthe cheerful news from the Department of Agriculture. Meat prices will not worry he man or woman who mows that a Shredded Wheat Biicuit wijl supply more real body-building nutriment than beefsteak or eggs and at much less cost, ihredded Wheat remains the same price, the same high quality, supplying all the nutriment a needs for a half-day's work. Two shredded wheat biscuits with peaches and cream or other ruits 'make a complete, nourishing meal at a cost of not over five cents. Made in Canada, More- la this week eiul for; yo'iU1 New Year's .Dinner. The Turkeys, Geese, Ducks and Chickens Arenas fine as we had fop Christinas. Many have told us what choice birds we gave them for Christmas aqd our lot for week end are just'as choice. .All young, carefully fed and choice. f Then we have'young beef, popk, lamb, bear or anything yoij wish to serve to your guests andlfamtly.- Delanys Limited PHONE 452. THE HQMEJJF QUALITY MEATS Hprn.e with your 'friends for the Holiday? CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR ON SALE 'DECEMBER '21 2 ntc that via CANADIAN: PACIFIC R A i LWAY PETROLEA OIL DRIM-ER TO WfD- JAVANESE PRINCESJ BIG FILM PRODUCER .One Paris motion picture plant pro- films weekly. STEAM TURBINE London, the nrriva iii .New York rranr the1 Island of Javt of: 'Wallace Saunders, formerly c Lamb ton county, lias been, receive relatives have, been 11 formed that.he Is by h fiancee, .a native of They mac the on. a, freighte in two months. Saunders :is an oi driller, who left the Petrplea flelc, three years ago to inaiiago an oil com- pany in the'JTa'r'Esst'i and'his bride elect is. sahl to be- a ducess an average of feet of has increased 35 per cent, in the last1 j family '.possess' "extensive planta Th'e efficiency of the steam turbine .-tions. _r- -'v; or three years. THE SAMPLE MARKET V-'-v Pincher Creek; Dec.' 28. Editor Letbbridge Dpar read in a piece headed, "Farnlera .Qbject to Sample Market." Allow stjite the farmers have not been consulted. [t la just a bunch in Winnipeg" pf coin.- mission men who are 'make it look as if the farmers -are--rftgainat it, to further their Tlie Grain Growers Grain nothing on earth but a private; :gfain company the as any other Want a sample market simple reason that they can our grain in a highly graded mark'et and sell it to their own.export New York. I sold some grain last winter on a sample'market' In the States and was In the pit when It Wfis sold. I got cents y, which goes to show thai-if'grain is better than the grade bjtt not quite up to the you get the splits..'In "Winnipeg., you', are quite sure ot getting jhe lowest' price of the day for your grain. You may rest assured we tre goJlig to get a sample market. whb s the only maw who -the grain situation in the house last year ]opk '0U6r tho" cstabllshmg satnple market.- Yours truly, For Iliosfi lo Want HIGH CLASS1 SElCt This is the policy i'olloAvcd by this market. We have a Avell kept, sanitary shop and sell No. 1 quality only. We believe it means economy ami satisfaction fo yon to have this service and are building" our business in accordance with this belief. NEW YEAR'S Turkeys, Geese, Ducks, Chickens and a Full Line of Holiday Meats. Place your account with us for January and let us show you how we'can please you, THE EMPIRE MEAT MARKET PHONE 792 1110 SIXTH Hr> V? SHOE 4U 13th Street: Repairs Neatly Executed COAL AND TRANSFER .C.O.b.''' DRIECTOBX- OF GRAIN. BROKERS G-RAIN houtlif outrfglit or handled oil Commission R ETURNS sume day ALL cheques lor this district issued by pur LetU bridge branch IN direct touch Auth Euro pean buyers through our own export-department. NONE bettor equipped to give you service James Richardson and Sons, Liijijted 201 Sherlock Pjdfl. Phope 777 1857 W.Q. Lloyd, Phpne 365 Clark, Acct. 1613 Winter Excursions Low Round Trip Fares TICKETS ON SALE DAILY, DECEMBER 1tt TO 31st. 7 TO TORONTO, HAMILTON, LONDON, WINDSOR, OTTAWA, KINGSTON, MONTREAL, UUCBCb, HALIFAX AND- All Points in Eastern Canada Final Return Limit THREE'tyQMTHS from date of .Issue. To Atlantic Seaports In connection with ocean tickets via ail Steamship (.fries to the OLD COUNTRY Final Rzturn Limit FIVE MONTHS of issue. Aico to St..Paul, Minneapolis, Cedar Rapids, Chicago, .Council Moinee.. Uubuque, Fof't podge, Kansas City and other United States Points Final Return Limit.THREE fdpNTHS front date of issue. To Vancouvei', Victoria and New Westminster Tlcketsjjn Sale December 4th. to 9th, 1916. v January 8th to 1Sth and February 3th to Final Return Limit Apnl 30th, 1917 For full Information apply to any Canadian Pacific Ticket Agent, or write, R. DAWSON, District Pmtngor Agent, Calgary. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG or phone st'our expense if you have gruln'U) 'Wo' can assure, .you thitbeit price the market 'will stand ind give you coflrtoous prompt returns. N. T. MACLEOD, .iQER LETHBRIDGE PFFICE SHERLOCK BUILPIN.G STRONG DOWLER GRAIN Commission Merehnntt 0-jr r.ntlre it lenro tit safely to got yon (lie-bcaj prlcei for jour grain finx Mme find fcor nny grade or-kjndipf frutc. Phono M J Office 1363 Uethbrfdge j tlont. R See Our. lire )n your J. A. GUMMING Lethiirldge ;