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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBEK THE LETHBmnr.R HERALD I'Afili ELIiVEX CREAM .-WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAIP: FOR NO. 1-CREAM, AND CHECK SENT FOR EACH SHIPMENT BY RETURN MILK MILK AND. CREAM DSLIVEfiECl DAILY, BABIES MILK suppi'ei rrom Individual O.OWB that have paasfid ihV test by the govern- ment venrwarlan. EDGEH1LL DAIRY Phone 1524 801 7th St. S. The Aimciated Board of the Royal Academy oi Music Royal College of Music LONDON, ENGLAND. for Local Examinations in Music i'ATION i flls Mtjesly the King. Music Examinations 1917 Open to the Pupils of til Tcichem. of Mime, The Annual BxnmmatioiiB in practical Music and Theo y be lield througho t taaudaln Mnyand June 1017 An ezatnln ih ry oijly will be held November Hth 1916, appllcttlou to be randc by October nt 1910 An exhibition vatae abojt offered slw) a Gold and a Silver McdaJs Syll Music fonhcenminationsand all particulars may be obtained on oppuca- Hon to M. WARING DAVIS. 777 Shiter Street. HHlreal. (Icslieul Secretary lar Ctnafa.) ond'Ttacfcers wialiing: to enter their pupils for these examinations should communicate with the Secreiary at once and tlieu- atimefi placed on Ibt., a AiMOIJIWER MILAD PHONE I Uncle Sam, "Talk ainut'whal war her duties at onco. .Mrs. 11. W. Menzies entertained yesterday afternoon at bridge tea Mrs. Jl. S. McArthui- winning the honors.. At the tea hour when sever- al additional guests came in the hos- tess was 'assisted by Mrs. A. Mi 'Mar- shall and .Miss JlcNnbb. Capt. John peorge'Mackoy. ot.Lit- tle lliver. N. B.1, who is going over- seas as ir V.M.C.A. secretary, fans married at Calgary to .Miss Annie R McRae. formerly a .mrblic school teaclier at Magrath and Claresholrn. Peihapb the most mteiesting pie lures shown at the exhibition, of Jap- anese .prints held at the Elizabethan THE WINTER Tlio illSisiratlijB a charming unite ermine calW elegant design tnmmed at the outer end with 'a fringe of carefully selected talle .There is also shown the new frilled muff: of- the same material. This is one of the latest important models to reach Canada. SUBDIVISIONS NEAB FOR MARKET GARDENS Aurora of a subdivi sion of a farm on the SccDmberg road in King township for market garden purposes were filed in the Registry Office at Newmarket today by a local real estate firm The subdivision is tw'enty-five. miles from Toronto., and will be offered to mar- ket gardeners next soring Other" subdivisions of a. like, nature equa'lj distant from Toronto in "Whitechurch township, will also be put 011 market this coming spring All are within a short distance of ateaui and electric railways The real estate qperators handling the divisions expect little difficjitj in disposing of the market gardens E.W.6IUETT COMPANY LIMITED TonoifrB. OltT. No Peace While They Are There or m Belgium, Accoidmg to Will Irwin Tsew to Ir win the war correspondent who re- turned here yesterday from France on the Ameucan liner Philadelphia the war will end w, en France ind Belgium have been cleared of Ger man tioops. For the Allies to make peace .under any other he said, would mean, the death of Eng- lish and Jrench nationaljtj Mr. Irwin said, that 'the Allies would continue the offensive along the twenty eight miles of the Somme front all through the winter, .every film iliiy. It-was impossible to oper- ate during the heav.> ituns as the mud was BO deep that the nrtlllsn could not -be moved. In some of the trenches he visited the niud was waist ivflei spending a with the Canadian troops at the front Just before he railed Mr Irvviu was hardlj able to ,valk when he got back to Paris Ihpe can be no question what em as to who will win Mi Irani said but the wai is only about half over. The-Germans'are'putting up a wonderful fight, but they; cannot win. One of the" most' marked features of the west front is that Germany is totally out of the air. You never see a. German aeroplane: over the allied troops any more, but the filled wllh British and French, airmen as thick as There are hun- dieds and nundieds possibly thous aiifls. of them in the air'every day, and It practically is death "for any German airman who -ventures against them. 'One of the most marvelous, and inspiring aspects of the west front-is the perfect esurtt de corps of (lie l rench Thej fiufnlre all then ai lies Dine alto of the British fhcj don t give in they don't sin-render. No man moves until he has been fallj eciuipjiPd a fully trained. England now has J 000000 men still on her side of the Channel being trained Thev will not move forward until they arc ill the oest fighting trim possible statement has been made that Germany ran put 1 600 000 men on the filing line eacli but thib is not tiue In that 1 GOO 000 are counted all men between tuv, of .7 and 60 regardless of disabilities When it comes to a showdown the 1600000 will be found to be greatly deoi eased but bnglaud has moie men than Ger manj can out more men on the hat tie line than and can equip them better Fuither, Russia can put 20000000 men on the battle line if they can be ecnnpped which np to this date has been impossible. Iho whole world could not now "Uipplj munitions foi such a groat number 'Itl is reported that the German troops are sui rounding the Rumanian Aimy If that is so it is up to Rns sia to go to Rumania s aid and If she fals it will be only because a lack of equipment Russia Is manufacti r nig practically none of her muni tions but is denendlng on Japan and her othoi allies and also ou the Un ited States Even If the war could not bo won on the west front Russia has the men an4 it is, only a, matter of time to train anil equip liter Ger- many cannot win Mi Irvvln characterised the battle of: the' Somme as the most, marvelous display of oueigy tho wond has ever Tor twenty eight miles wide and several miles, deep a com- pact mass of heau artillery, Ton might saj, he explained 'The very flashing o' the guns can ho seen for miles and miles at night The Somme battlefield Is a mum or soira muu, and the stench.faiSomotliing that no mind! can Yon must be there- to know The French and British de vised recuperating depots Soldiers come hack fiom Jhe froni ciked with mini, completely exhausted, and In an Iiomvcome forth fresh and clean. Thoy are given Russian and T.urkish-.'haths ;..wa? ney Jackson and Mrs Many hostesses took this opportnnitv Pans the election ot lit ljufches of giving little teas for out-of-town have tesi. -u rd The London Spectator, reeeh.tly published the fallowfas appre- ciation of Prehiier Asquith. Written before.the' fall of the Astjulth Cjib- inet. this'tribute in a Unionist week- ly deserves notice. The Government, the vviiter sajs want to bo given a chance to do then dutj uiiham perpd bj thej distraction either of curses or of- laraentptidns, heady In- vectives, or strictures Vsed upon idle-rumor or malicious gossip. While professing no sympathy, with the Prime the writer the war The country owes him a'great deal for his conduct of affairs, and when air is 'known, and the full told, history will, iive believe, pot meielv acquit- himi of the charges which have '.been brought against him but that lie has dls played great w hlch were necessaiy to oil" ultimate sue cess His plan of camuaign was to main Minister as R politician, goes, on, with, regard to tain national e en It in volved a certain loss of the nation's llus morning it Knox church Pev W F Burns united in marriage .Miss Dagna Mildred PJcld and Vi lohn both of-pP.ondant D' Oreille. Miss I and Mi ITennan Ijimlgreh were the. witnesses MATTER The vedding1 took place on da> Deo Jnd at Portsmouth land of Miss M r .s Ji sibtei of Mi W Has tor 01 'his c ind Ml Gto 1 leivint, on .Monday night Mr points in Ontario. Mm 1 nlmCJtiU tins uuinoon to spend No li 1 i Uonnell mi! Miss I stlld IloniPl' Ml visteiiHv tn sp" I i lew iliiv in algiiv t Miss S'cria M I s sytndlnf, i few diy can foi the Tnvplleib Aid work. Even, if .you have. but. a lew- be sure to Jiaud them in Fveij eou pon helps bend tuem to Sheilook building ou or betoie 1 ebruarj 10th !f jou have no list of the Roval Crown Soap Co.'s coupon-bearing pro- oucts cut out the list given below and tack it up in your, kitchen for, reteipuce 111 Detvvilei wishes thiough this column to thank the people who ihe" rniiuons She would bp pleased1 if Ihe name of the senrlei would D? aUi'cned lo piclagts, left w Inie slie-is "out as! she keeps, a i ecoi d of (he-'donations.. .-The-list of'coupon .bearing-products Hoval Crown Soap. Soap Rojal Crown Flannel Soip Rojil Ciown Wishing Powder Rojal Crown Lje Royal Crown Witch Ha7j Toilet Soap Bojal Oiown IiviU Soa) ItojalCiowu Powdeied immoula Golden West faomi Golflp" est Powder Golden Wes> Save the coupons loi Aid -work DRUMMER. BOY, V- C. DECORATED. The of the dauntless braverv of .Drummer the. Seaforth Highlanders vvhlph resulted in tho rallying of. wavering units du-ing an attack on enemj positions' was le lated to the Kinfc at Buckingham Pal ace when his Matestj decorp'ed hero with the VC says an English exchange of November The 'Seafortli- Highlanders, during an on the- German positions saw many of tlif leaders of the at tacking forces killed or wounded and in the face of te-'rind machine gun fire and ohowers of bombs out men were wavering and some weio be ginning to retire Grasping the sltua drummer, without receiving orders, raced through the tire and mounting the parapet of P German trench stood exposed to the deadlj fire of the enemj, wildlj beating the units energies At the of 'charge The the crisis he realized that war could sponned to the call laliautlj and not be avoided without loss of honor and loss of good faith, and so with- out incurring the deadliest of Thereupon he made up his mind to bring not oniy the hut the whole of his party Into line, and -thus secure a united nation. He -was de- termined that the nation bhould move as a whole and that even if iiie -march were thereby delayed, the advance guard should nevei run away from the main column "ttho can doubt thill herein he was wise Hi principle even if the hilts often tended to exasperate those who do not realize the dangers that comej from a disorderlj advance' The Imperturbable The writer nest praises with a cheer thej broke into the strongly lieM enemy positions. with -this gallant ac- tion. Ritchie the .day con- run backwards and for: wards fnc swept giound with messages Aftei pinning the c on the jouttg heios breast His -.nusstr in the ifreseiice of Sir Pel-tab -Siugh, the Hajah ot Ratlani and i number of Indian officers who. arc spending a shorts leave from- the. front in Ens- land. shook hands with him most, cordially and heartjh congratulated him upon his gallant deed cool himself and helped the na tlon to keep cool The calumny tint tbe Piiine Mm ister is callous to the of the nation is destroyed by the wiitei who, in answer to the charge that Mr Asquith nas the per sonal troubles anxieties and snffpi Ing" that have fallen upon qther. men, points out even at the ilsk, as the vriter puts it of giving personal annoyance to Mr taquith, that he has had three sons fighting at tno front and that all have held posts of personal two have been badlv at and that the Prime Minister has nevei alluded to this circumstance in public Since was_ w ritten Mr Asqutth'B eldest Bon tell in action That he has nevei let the world know this is a reticence of a very hiemorable kind adds The Specta and points out that no man dare say that the members of his (Mr Asqulth a) family have askpd or received any soil ot preference or have been given the soft or sensa tioiwl JOOB NEW BANK SUPERVISOR Halifax, Iv S, Dec 29 W Pra- zee, manager of the Rojal Bank of Canada in this city, has been appoint sd of the noyal-Banlt's ir British Columbia He will assume hfs new Duties the diddle of Januao Mr Brazes, who is about 42 years old, has had banking; ex- perience of 20 jeais are forced out bv the water pressure in the. plant cel'u and this is dimin ished bv sunliUit The ever heart! of it in the home where the housewife knows Shredded Wheat? In five minutes you can prepare a wholesome, satisfying meal with .Shredded i Wheat Bis- cuit without kitchen worry or work, tor breakfast hfat the Biscuit in the oveji to restore cnspness and serve with hot milk. For lunch serve with sliced bananas or other fruits. Made in Canada Bumonton Dec the ban 1 lahtae-bai law came into force in Tuly last manj mu various arc the WO.V.E and means adop'ed 'o get around it Some of tuese oepond foi then unexpected nesses in the' law and others -on weakness m administrator A new condition has bepu creeated The bit tie was not won when the Albeita Liquol Law was carried by the voters It onlj reallj began wnen HIP bais were closed NbV every conceivable force mteiested eitliei materially 01 sentimentally 'in the liquor out to beat the law The citj detecth e department has come upon a scheme that so tai 1 as worked very success tullj, and presents many difficulties in dealing with it. In various hotels of tha questionable class there has. been established what appears to be a sales' agent. This agent has-a room in the'.hotel in which he.keeps a small supply of liquor a reserve stock at some convenient and seciet place oulilde This agent gets in touch with the hotel guest 01 habitueb and sells to, them troni his stock on hand Sevenl of these agents have been taught bj the city detective force and the ?50 fine for flist offence has been imposed 4. second offence would ot course call for a much more serious fine But bj changing) agenU there IE, aio second offence Willie' it is ass'umed that the hotels which permit tiie'if fin_- iancialiv Interested in the transac lions of the isalps agents as it stands; does not hold them re- liponsible They are therefore flee to tne appointment: of a! succession of. "agents" so long as the business is si fftcientlj protit able to stand the occasional fine Clearly the law> should be should, be amended td-'irbld'1 the1 hotel: manage- ment resnbns'ble within propei and for...the .unlawful their guests: This principle is applied in. cases other than .the sale of liquor, and should 'certainly he applied in tliat well. PIPE 'NO TO .HEAVEN Salina. a man smokes a a plavs whlsti'dOesr not prove, they are .not Christians, and is not. a bar to heaven, billion isepnart of Kansas (Jfty to i Baliua audienci Christianity i growth fiom' within, he 'and finds its ex i 1 resslona in Inner life of the in TO-NIGHT On Sale from 7.30 to 10.00 SPECIALS RIBBON CANDY AND IMPERIAL CARAMEL. SPECIAL, PER POUND................... PURE SUGAR MIXED CANDY AND PEANUT MARSH- MALLOWS. SPECIAL. PER POUND 25c 1X.NUT MARSH- -IQ TABLi; OILCLOTHS Willie only. .inches wiilf. Upgiilar TonlKlil. Spwinl, viinl.................. 38c FAXCV .JAPANESE -lUGS Oni- I'iiil Size. Worth. CIMIIS. 'Tonight, each IQr LADIES' ri.AJN-ETTI-, MGIIT (MWKS J itia fine cjuihtj aii'l Limmtiigb HigU QQ- nccl Keg ami 1 lonmht ppcnl CIIILDHEJS'K r SLIPPKKS 0 to Specnl lonii-ln SPECIxVL SOCKS Ueuliei specnl tonight 1g CLL S1TK TABLE U VLStN S Fine Fresh'StoCK. One .pound packetb Two lor 35c 25c ,e HAVE YOU ONE I AND HEAR IT! If a one off ana selea some records Wenrrj at, complete a stocl, K CBO be seen ptl 1 us voili name and afldresB and yon llsc of the new records listed each montu COME AND SEE US YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME 'EVERYTHING MUSICAL' S15 SIXTH STREET SOUTH, (NEAR HERALD) LETHBHIDGE A siipplemcntaiy flliifC Itcy for typewriters to yer- rait >I6wetr6ase Pletters -to bo written, slightly line lo SHVG sev WADDINGTOES AUCTION MART Tho store recently occupied by L. C. Tceple. Dnnunion TilocK, will be opened bj me in n tew days as an AUCTION MART Where J Will Ilold Regular Auction Sales o I TIouseli6ld Goods, Merchandise, Etc. Parties having goods 101 .Itsposa! are Invited to thorn in lor inclusion IK these refilni' sales MerchanU may turn Into, cash, am surplus 01 out of. se ison stock it ins YOU NEED NOT SACRIFICE YOUR GOODS TO A DEALER. 11 ou cish on delivery lo the Mart 01 will give vuii ice on inspection me have unu gools In time foi lirtt bo held shorth EBt 1907 t-RANK WADDINGTON Auctioneer ;