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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FOim DAILY ANO WEEXLY Proprietors anj THE LETHBRIpGE HEHALU PfUN.T- ING COMPANY, LIMITED JJ3 6lh Sir-it South, Uithbridje V.'. f... Btich.-..-aa pohu Tun'Micc TELEPHONES Oifil-3 i Busiut-ss Editorial jb, i SATURDAY. OKCEMNER 20, 1917. PICKED UP- IN Jtf .iSu iCANAOJAN P DEMANO1N iGOVEHNMENT RAILWAY CONTfiOL I' Baily. I.IT Itaily. Kiiil. AVwkly, by null, rt-r Weekly, liy hia'J. per year pear di'Uy .vliln-: tUKe C! :.tti.. our lo -cvere f ar.y other in ibis feganl. j Unite lo a '.FigMing on ihe war fronts has j gouil ic h th., been confined chiefly to artillery eu-1 L, p K earnlirr, havo btou. occasional Cf b.fcra duriR5 raids. j tiu la spite of tlie fncrenscj cost of coal and their nott lias beeD fairly well established too Ihat ihe C.LM1. '5 not ulssanllr iu keeping its Sysjeni rnaEntained iii psr- ffiCt so tbo expenses are hlsb (he cfHcicncy and value of the' .plant is greater than ever be- fore, and thi-s has beea uossible out Jolia Moixly. A. RfeAL PEACE OR ._.; A- Tbb are endeavarinfi to turn tKe entente wortd lopsy t'jrvy bj- ihelr term5 to the Sheltered sjanj. Tliey have declared themselves for ifldeamities and no atras. This is tbe Jartliest they hava .Crfat. V.'tsi r tju1 i1.-. r._ 3cd iirui pav frciii'iniliuiry vi-.'O. v.-il? ikni ivT' to of ijoctrSc puVrcr pro- iuiivnrlcli tiuil disii'iLuti'd by tlic Nuu'ur.1. J'oy.'cv Cor.iiv.iiy, ' of XUigjita tlu-' rjliii IClcetrical tV.inpjny. yet gone and caii be taken as showing tliat tlie Germans have given up hope bl ihe victorious" peiice" at out Vhich they boasted so a year ago. The Hun j -'ternia. to'the. Russians, which ars this new basis, are evidently ed more to ihe allies than to Russia in tlie tope that the people of the al- lied" nations will them. If that U the German aini it is doom- til ia apite'of the utterances and the c6unfrie4 br'-BrJtHin allies. The people ol the Vorld have not so sooir lorgotten the "scrap of paper" incident. Of what use to a solemn treaty with 'a people under- standing of iheir obligations io other nations is eiempHficd by the dcvasta- Uoa of Belgiuiu, Serbia, the Lusitanla horror, the unrestricted use of the sub- marlnQ m a pile ol international of present rates. To consider the vrhole question The tions had ibo i-i-d raublQ. Th of Uiom 50 to ac3 latter" from 60 to S6' count that tSe'CJJXiR. and in addition to tha I.C.R. At a speciaJ niscUag nt) annual vrris a great suc- cess in thfi clinrch OD LYiday11 evening f I'resb.vtenan Sab- I now prac- J 3 ?Wohu-; ,irJ! Canada who are served IjV (he C.P.R, i is Taslly: grcartr thsn ty other syBtemi, rrrat as dossrriar i ihe 1 5 weal outside tlie'rcfndccr.. aaincs' ;l--ii-i-.l in the London Gazette, dcmtaiHs i t-n uj'J c.u I oar government Is allowing too (American armj- of great consideration for the C.X.R. that the local Odd-' icllo-ivs" ic-ilse Year's Kvo' ovenias. Full; t 13- .e 'll3 .w.u'ni, Thp nf a return to Ihe status quo now, and rnlon government will net threat ot German militarism for tbciuself witb. the people cf Canada'it'll seit 2a >ears with the whole thinsIsels quieOy by in tlic face of the ra'e U. bo fougat out again then. wiihout pmiing up a migiuv inill.iT'v in mon the knows thai theUrong case to rtv tie to, Hun iu been tangnt tbai solemn! nrent .control of all systems in Can.! "niaatriots to pay Ihl-ir pwn'.way anJ intercBlional law not bo 'the proper thine liioir'own i .in! reipected, auil when the world can: tt" fight uacicr Alritlah th- an entire freight csrl Davfd apT-nuifnen! Hulm of 3s vriib tile r'jg.-ird ty rcco; Tiie name of ih.e dislrii't been offitially changed !o Ih'j nnmhcr" the finite, namely, A niiiiibcr of local people anrnt i Christmas .in UethbrWgo'and I Tin-others j turkeys at home and few ventured out cry in tlm cpld.- Tho p.rat That feeling of being well dressed supply, gives a man self assurance find a sense pf being at home in any surrounding: MacLEOD BROS. SELL THEM The Great Clothiers of The Great West PRESBYTERIAN Knox Cliurch Corner 4th Ave. nnd 8th Street 8. REV. Capt A. H. Dcnoon, Pastor Rev. W. F. Burns, Acting Regular cervices at 11 a.m. and 7.30 D.m. 1C a.m.: Boys Department. Ucpartmcnt, of Sun- depend that he will treat theni as 'do tho war.evea at she greatest re ciTllued nations, then ind not! Eacrifice, and there is t.ll thea itte time for the world j the railway corporations abould not to sign peaco treaties with Germany, shajte iu Lhat iTil! then any peace treaty with the Huns is merely another "scrap of 'lilik ttiEtrkt ot .M." ftiS I inny him.' to paper. DON'T PENALIZE WEST TO SHIELD THE fYec 'Presa speaka frankiy in its Wedneed'ay iaane on a ljueitlon of more than pcssing..Inter- to ike west when it says thai-Ilia liaise more boss. It'j a good way to put the German hog where he lie- longs. Herring Catch up to iiaKdllne. After elections i ihero ought to ;-e a lot of herrlpej! lying around louse to increase i catcJ: (Iralt should be c-iiraliaed so' .that thoao pruvinces which are not up; to Ibe western standard ot racrulting Tn" slogan to repiace "On your Jbould do more in. proporu'on to popu-j Wl'" '9 your best." Tbat means latlon In Igo.GOO lot more, and.if the allied world f than should tho weittrn prorincea lie called on to do. Tlie Herald entirely i' agrees Here is the way the Free .press tees 'rioelrtrar (Jhapmsn has eslitoated that 'only about four men >J1! ne available. .In Manitoba for fall'ng up In Class i under tbe Mill- (try SeiTles Act. Bsllrne'.es ra.ida iccordlne In population, and not tak- pg Julo 'coBsiileratlon previous re- netrHi; placed (he share Urea up to It Gcj-many out all the sooner. will le cjfiK'? crn-.vied with'tiiij lieavj umll all of which, wa, proMjilly ,1nd efficiently. lE.Su a.m. Rig listers' lilhle Class. JJi' from largo- numiier l II a.m. Bunday Qchco! At S p.m. (Mptl Prcxhlng at 7.30 LETHBRIOGE STafiV CLASt The f.ellitrtdgi) Bible Blitdy Olan will hold tftclr trcckly-mevtlng In Ilio Burnman Hall ta at I Wo welcome nil irtio mt iMtreslcd In nihlo Study. Free (dr, J. CHRISTAOELrHIAIfS In tM Block, tnt ift South Wednesdays: p.m., BIWa Sundays at 10, to lho Ixird's tt 1M p.m. (o proclaim ths gUu) tHhws KinRdom of (tod. Subject: The rf M. the Son of Mm. Wffl ChfM OwM 1% AII rm I ;