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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LKTimmnSK DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, JMCCUMUKH HUG ietbtmbje Hlbcr'ta DAiLY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Dolly, delivered, per week Dally, delivered, per year ......S5.00 rinily, by mall, per year Dy mail, per year ......51.60 Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S..52.00 I TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial OffiCQ VV. A. Buchanan Managing Director 1252 1224' John Torrnnce Business Manager Dntes of expiry or subscriptions cp- pear on address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration date is our authority to continue the subscrip- tion. UiiK'tltm and more production, and why would it so urge if it-planned to tnko the producers oft the _ farms and put thorn in khaki? There is no such possibility whatever. Our farmers ami farm laborers arc performing n tne Roman Catholic jiiocese of Grand Rapids, Mich., is dead. William P. Davis, stock broker, son pf M. P. Davis, the well known contractor, died -suddenly at Ottawa, Dr. Peter Livingstone, a'native! of Navin, Middlesex county, died :iu Detroit. Peter S7 years of age, one of the pioneer French farmers of Dover' Chatham is dead. .The' of real estate agent, of Kitchener, .68 years of who disappeared .mysterit o.usly on Deci, 11, "was found in a cistern'in a vacant hqiiaQ.' Mrs. Alfred Brittle .was acquitted by the Magistratei-'at .Woodstock, of. the charge of shoplifting, and the Returned Soldiers' Association is de manding the resignatjon of. Constable Bickley, 'Chief of Police, who cansecl her arrest.- Two ounces of _ 'nitro-glycerine, enaiieiu to have -blown Governor Spry's home in" Salt-Lake City to'bits, have killed every 'member of the family and perhaos to have destroy- Bob Rogers may suggest that Other. homes'Jn the vicinity- wera names secured through the national j contained in the two, glass., tubes of service' cards be utilized for a party: the infernal machine found in front literature mailing list. Party service j of Is always: %bVt's chief'considerayon. lng P i At a meeting-'of the" Provincial Allies' peace terms as -out- j Poultry Association at-Medicine Hat, following" officers were, elected Agriculture, -Edmonton; vice-presi- dent, T. Bensoii, "De- partment of Agriculture, 2nd vice-president, J. H. Westbrook, Lethbrittge; -secretary, :W; "H.. Fair- .ey, Calgary; executive, "ft% A. Moore, London Spectator tbe cry io require a lot of even for._Belgiam. It :wilf be difficult for Sir Robert replace Mr. CaSBrain. more especially our farmers Jhas no French-Canadian follower of Medicjne p. 'the mental gitts, broad spirit; j. Shackleton, E-dmonton; C. MU ff o sufltcient for tSe Aihci is to be fuj plied The and excellent qxialities of mind and heart.- The western provinces won't wel- come a provincial police force, unless it is oi as high a standard as the Police. .It is a pity we can't retain the Mounted Police. There will be many an expression of regret when the redcoats disappear. 'A PROGRESSIVE TOWN town .of 200 population, Geneva, Iowa, is so progressive in an educa- tional way that it has an enrolment of 130 in ite consolidated' school, and i3 erecting a new school building at a cost of The school hoys have a .military drill, calculat- ed riot militaristic senti- ments.. jyit to emphasize .good pea-. ture. 'Children produce dramas an a regular fepture of their language lessons 'in the school and the prim- ary teachers direct the physical training and act as play leaders. By the. Introduction of ventilation A'lean, smelter in Hun reduce illness among its per CPnl to 3 Baker, Calgary. Free! Banks, aged .eighteen, of Mim- killed by a train wbUc> work- ing on the tracks. Prince Dormersmarck, whose for- tune'was estimated at died a't 'Berliny GerrA'any. Many New York Episcopal will" support the Billy Sunday- cam- paign there. -printing plant of -Hollo; L. Grain, Ottawa, was: destroyed by fire. Peter Anderson -_ went back for his tools into a burning furniture factory at iarton and has not been seen since. Frank Sehndijt jPobeitson- lecturer and explorer, died at Denver, Golo; aged 45. For the last 10 he had been lecturing; in Canada on The Nations and ".recently had gone to er to pppnd the holidays with his -wife Doukhobors "at Brilliant, contribute 350 a month to the- Nelson district patriotic fund and jwill -don- ate ft carload of the Red .Cross society for soldiers at the front. Grand Forks Doukhobors Tvill give 1100 g nionth to the patriotic fund. Complete official returns on ilie U. S. presidential election shOT that Mr. Wilson received 9 116 votes and Mr. Hughes a plurahtj of for Mr. Wilson In lnl' Mr. Wilson, democrat, b republican Roosevelt; prugressitej 4T.24 The -vote for -31 r. Benson, socialist, candidate for president was with missing states estimated against" Debs socialist in 1912, and for Mr. Hanly, prphibitlpn- ist candidate. ,thp vote against "for Chaftrt proh'bi tion, in 1912. The total popute- vote for the four candidates was IS as .against way which was likely to Jose him votes. Opposition members had it in their power to compel the whole legislature to give 10 per cent of thou' salaries to the Patriotic is the members of tho Government j and the civil service are doing, but man wore ask .what the Dominion Opposition stood for distinctively in public policy, what Mr. -Upwell i" Ontario stood for (f IK tine lively in public policy, be would get, a clftiu1 and prompt answer; but tf :ho worn to asli what the Alberta Opposition stood for, save for getting into of- fice, he would have us all guessing. OF CANADA A j The: Union ?anic pi Canada not only gjyes Jts .tiiiiomers every form of service which a Sank can offers the advantages which come'lrom-a network of In number, covering almost-every part of Canada. May we serve you LETHBRIDGE BRANCH A..F, S. TATUM, Manager GRASSY LAKE BRANCH E. SANDS, Acting Manager with your friends for the Holidays CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR FAKE AND ONE-THIRD FORK 0 U NOT B-I F ON SALE DECK.MIJER 21 25 ALSO 28 TO JANUARY I RETUHN LIMIT JANUABV 4 M ake thai Holitlnii T rip :ct CANADiAISf PACIFIC H OF CANADA HEAD OFFICE TORONTp Money Orders and Drafts are issued by this Bank payable in 'D 1073 all parts of the world. 234 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH G. F. BLETCHER, Manager. COALHURST BRANCH 258, 13lh Street N. J. G. D. SPAFF0RD. Act's Manager. OF GRAIN BROKERS GSAIN outright or Cqmmiasion.- RETURNS. made same day ALL iheques for this district issi'ed by our Leth- bridtre brancu. WN direcfcvtoueH with Euro- 1 pean buyers through our own export department. NONE egulpped give James Richrdson and Sons, Limited 201 Sherlock BldgV1 "Phone 777 W. J. Lloyd, Mgf..Ria..Phorje 366 VIM Clark, Acct 1613 WHAT A CANADIAN DUGOUT LOOKS LIRE Impressionistic dftraing 19 hj a Canadla4, Thi British headquartpr-j iu France1 and is a rithci iniagfm ter attached Io picture of the famous holes in the- growid which hmuie from_ fighters, during their periods of Winter Excursions Low Round Trip Farei a TICKETS ON SALE DAILY, DECEMBER 1st TO 31st.. TO TORONTO, HAMILTON, LONDON, WINDSOR, KINGSTON, MONTREAL, QUEBEC, ST. JOHN, HALIFAX AND All Points in Eastern Canada Final Return Limit THREE MONTHS from date of .To Atlantic .Seaports in connecnon with ocean tickets via all' Steamship Lines to the OLD COUNTRY Final- Return Limit FIVE MONTHS from date of issue. Als6 to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Cedar Rapids, Chicago, Council. Bluffs, Des Mpines, Dubuque, Fort podge, Kansas City and other United States Points Final Return Limit THREE MONTHS from dale of issue. To Vancouver, Victoria and New Westminster Tickets on Sale December 4th to 9th, 1916. January 8th to 13th and February bin to 1917. Final Return Llmlij April 30th, 1917 For full information apply to any Canadian Pacific Ticket Agent, or write, R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. MANAGER'S CO. GRAM HEAD OFFICE, Write or phone a' "Mr 'urptam if you have grain to handttt We can assure you the I best price the market wi'f stand] and give you courteuus prdm'pt returns, N. T. MACLEOD, MA> LETHBRIPQE OFFICE! SHEKUOCK BUILDING STRONG DOWLE8 GRAIN Commiscion Merchnnty Oar entire orKenlzation is your aorvico and witil our 9x1 lonco we can safely' guarante to (jot you IhQ oost fo your grain ftt timo and ff any. grade or Idnd of fraio Phono M 1B22 Calaary For Office 1366 Lethbritfgo Quota 1811 Lcthlirlda Our A0ants who are In you dlttrlci J. A, OUMMIrTG Lethbritlgo ;