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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta DA.HA DAILY AND WFEKLV Subecrlptlon Rates: Dally, iellvircd, per KMK Ilally, delivered, per year ......ja.O Dally, by uirll. 1'or year ........II' Weoiilr. U) DiBil, per year Vr'eeSly, by nail, per year lo TELEPHONES Cu.'tnc-ss Office Editorial OITlca.......... W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager mi rcas opcu.-to Iho fBrmura ana oim islLl wake uu mtslaVo ILI [ollow. if. Other statistics published Ihn lerald yesterday tear oul ivhsl we lave Jusl'fald regarding'tho gen ___.illy'ul this coatli, accl Bliovr !IOF closely the prosperlly ot the city Is Inked with that of Ihe rarmen. Hank clearings Increased nearly per cent, customs returns even more, white other Btallsilcs nre all ot a similar i-eassurlnj nalim. The clly street railway even shows Ihe effects of the prosperity abroad. Truly I.clWjrtiJS'' enlcrs 1917 with a story of uroductlcn mid prosperity which should be picas- I IDC lo alii Bud a lodcslone lo draw I lo tilts lin'.l ot lhe province mnny r.ew rett'ei'a who would share In our good Fortune. FIRST IN W IN PEACE Hale? of expiry or subscriptions ap- pi-ar d. 'ly on sdJrcss label. Accept- r-ncc ot papers eflor cxplrallon dale l! our aulhnrlly 16 conllnus tbe subscrip- tion. Don't fhlrt answi'riug Ibc tulestionf on llio National card. Raymond is to liavo real MiKht it Ilir. fntnro nil Ibc Knlelits Vour Country right you ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR Threats of tha renewal of "Iri'tlit- fulness" arc made by tha Germans In EnEwer to Ihe allied nolo replying to lhe Hun peace offer. One report' hnow mucll ihat herc. but v: slates .thai llio Germans hnve 100 are aware ,hol southern Alberta su fuper-subrilarlnes ready lo turn loose Icrs (rGla a'monopoly ID natural EJS. It'you arc a true. Canadian, let tin Xalional Servlcu Board iiave Iho In formation they ssk (or. It will ill you no harm. It Is alleged, thai coal dealers 1 rannda have a combine. -Jon nu allied shipping ns EOOII as tho note- is offirlslly received. This Ihroat has been discounted and it Is safe lo say The Medicine Hat Opera Co. Is credit to that city. Those Tvho a Ibat the Brilish are ready lo deal Tvltli lenjeii tha the 0[ tt0 ihe menace, and ihougli much shipping pu[ on herc orc 'may he lost for a time. ILere is lilllo likelihood that the Germans will be ble to attain their dream ot e COM- T hail thought 1 plele blockade, of "e'.crs. vas the newspapers agai -they been able to have dono so, it limo-ns a witness to reveal the linvo been accomplished long jnrilc, Of wall Street. There was a According lo Uerlin reiwrli. ire not going well on the DanuLe front (or the Rumanian nnd Russian '.allies. The Teuton forces, according id Ibe report, are making headway In jioribern Wallnchla. and are approach- lug the bridgehead at Fofcshanl. The. situation here, however, teems to be fast approaching a deadlock which will with the Germans in control of more lhan half of Rumania. On the western front irencli raiding Eeems to hVihe order of the dav time when T. W. and his Finance" divided prominence In the s Theodora Iloosevell. TUG C. X. R. is again unable handle the crop on ILs Goose Lake line, subsidized, guaranteed, govern- asslsted railroad is not able to meet Us obligations to the people who depend upon It for transportation. iThc rolling slock and power ou the Edmonton to Vancouver section o[ the can set awav" willi A. 'lingers In the Nor The Crown do you think San l-'raiicisco, Dec. 2'J.-C'-. a. C'jw Icy, rlilef dolcctivo for Hie Gurinaii consulate here, letUflctl In Unllcij Slatiiii illslrlcl qourl here Ibduy that John K. Preston, United Stales, tils Irlct YiJTerti lilui lumiunll; II he woulil-helu VrcsKw "jet Kranz Uoup, aerman cons'ul-Keueral, and V Von Schack, vlcu consul." Crqwley denied IIP Imd eont to i.o'3 Angeles to assist In cupplyln ilio steamship -Maverick for n Hind rcvolullonary'oipedftlon, Tho Mover t-V, war uiuulllons and a nuutbe or "knockdown" submarines, ivna cop tureil early in W6 hy tho British ol Java. SAYS SHE FOXTROTTED AT 91 Nephews of a York Woman Ar Ccnteltlni) Her Will ,S'ow Mary L. Van Nesa was not comptlenl'.lo illBlrlliuto her by u y-'W liicnuae she (OK- Irolleil wlieh 9J years old und mis- took her boiler for her husband, long dead, according to witnesses, testified ot llio ujienlns of the will contest In New York recently. The will, on cstulo said lo no wortll more lil'lii to llarry, ft real !statc opeulor, and. rondo ului oie- ulor. Herbert Marshall of -Deacon, N.V., nd Albert A. Mnrebull of fiew neplicvi, who nre contesting, Iliclr aunt wus wllhoiil toslimeh- ai-y capacity for several years'bolovo er dcalli. Durlns tlio later yeare of icr life Bho lived BB v recluec.. Putting Punch Pre- is', hot a ques- tion of guns and shells alonfe is a question of and you havS to build jnen out of food. Be prepared for the crjtica} foments in life by eating Shredded Wheat, a food that supplies the greatest amount of, nms- cle-building with the least tax on the diges- tive organs, For breakfast with milk or cream or fruits. Made in Canada. com H. transconllnental should be, .removed to ttc (loose Lafeo line so' 'nothing outstanding lo indicate plans cau be mored before1 of either side. (unher damage Is done anil the farm-i ers suffer moro loss EGGS FOR THE CHAIRMAN At the "drK3niialion meeting o[ Tta GeGrs-2 Drlesius, a German farmer from Leduc, Alberta, who had been PICKED UP JHE MAN Samuel English a former f.'uiw at rctsrt hoicl Kilward Strauss, the composer In Ger dance mus'lc- ls al Vienna. At me UL ivu- irUDl .-MUCILI, llu nail rreshylerisns iri Sp Thomas' j tlmnd of Inducing'soldiers t cliurcli, Saskatoon, one ZaM, who victoria, D.C.. was sentence askol lo cur ail bis remarks when the arrived, threw at In Gel- ,.N, _. man and.tie secrelsri'.- Tha lalter many sitch-an offence might have second Llcul. DoiiglaE.-.D then drooped a (able on Zary's head. EeaEl ii" JOirii" CuV- la'Uo life Dbbt 'or'Otlawa, Zary ihen ran for the door. not enough administered' been killed in action, lhe gauntlet of blows and kicks from other delegates. Kreno 'Prohibition r-wcnl' ;ro. .-McwfayE'IIantl-ca-Ne into effect. In Stuart C.'Johbslbne, a former Win nlpes barrister, died at Uomwall. Drown, of' A. T.iHeld, ol Toronto, haa been tcgina, has elected a director at the Dominion _pi _____ l Dank. caseg o[ this character. Some of MBS must be cheap amongst Mff cOTintries where' niitn'enlans. though it is possible the !5 lrc proae lo Practise, thrown were nui.e high. This u year, since dom dialing in this couhlry. incident occurred In Chrislmas-veek, and i3 proof that it does not ialte long 'f-_ Lcthbridgc people will reso wlthi plWure ttat llev. AM aordon' other fellow, loo. The egE throwing C'OSE- 'end Uble tuming He has been at Ihe front almost smce cut a short. From repor 5 COUHOE tome Een of other nationalities are Lha stls' be "la'td llle llko.lie Ruthenlaos. and want lo Eay of a "al man arl1 a on scv' ,11 they have to say, even if it takes ;era1 The Military Cro3s is K -r'ksgB-have to be broKen and hls ___._..__, _____ ._ .'heroism. His tnaiai" warni Tneoda here 1 D O'Conncll, K.C., a Ontario farmers appealed -to- Sir ._ rr-_ narry to have (he embargo ou feed com removed ?.t- oiice.. E.'D. Andres, formerly a Port Hope poll was required (or tbe school hoard. In Stratford. Rev. T. S.. Johnson, D.D., died at Richmond Illtl: and was burled at Avlmer, Ocl. _ oratcrical powers. And this happcnctl at a clmrch meet- ing. It is lo be hoped for Ihe pulpit's sate liint egg throwing not be- a liaolt with those dislike lops drawn' out sermons. PROSPERITY FOLLOWED PRODUCTION IM 1916 The Herald's estimate of the grain heroism. His warm friend a here hope lhal Un will return to Canada and sound. The civil servants .at Ottawa arc for bigger salaries: Probably some of them need Llio money and .ire entitled to an Increase. The best method ID aitopt in dealing with the iiatler is to cut down the number era Ves: Simcoe Liberals nominated Isaac SCC-tt. for the bye-election for the legislature. Rev. Alei. While, of noilrew Bap- tist church, has refused a tempting offer to take an eastern pulnlt. Mrs. J. O. Sliller, wife ot the prin- cipal oE Dlshon liidley college, St. Catherines, is iteart; A replica of the German iron Separate.bank manager, later at itcsinn, Is Bn 'aldermanic candidate in Victoria. Prior, ol Gnelch, was fineJ 1200 aai! costs for oa Ills premises. .'he Niagara .Falls Public school board, elected by Qcclamatton, in- cludes tbrec ladles. A. U. S. judge rules InaL cannot uc citizens of HIE United States. The widow of llev. Benjamin Cle menl, a pioiecr MclhouleL cloryman medal commcmorattng the sinking ol the Lusttania has L'een received ir. Ottawa. While at Newmarket for The Herald's estimate of the grain at Newmarket for Chrlal-l "operij vaiuen d rue Heralds esiimatc ot ma grain d Eerrice thosc Galbraith of Wey posed ot by the will BhlpiDGQts ofi tue Leihbridse Qn lhfi JQb hetter Thc ft lhe "ilchic, wlio from SepL I up to the cad or the year clTif 5crvice is overloaded with em- home ol her son. Oct- 3 Biounds lor Lba optimism nftw. t u t _ .._.-" a few mlnules two men icre killed uy enginca in the Algoma ileel plant yard al'Sault Sic. llnrie, C. Uunyou and Robert Bell. Christ-1 Property valued dl is dla- r. posed of by the will o( Charles Henri' who dlctl at Toronto, Klilch (eels everywhere through the south. Twenty-two nrilliou fausne's of grain shipped or In store in the elevators Is a magnificent crop in but thousands ot farmers are fritting hack with their granaries full, lime to now. wha( u mml js a..u the rtrTice wa, ran or lines there liced and more economy prac- emclency Capt Bumhata relljrns from James Slret Baptist Sunday school, Hamilton, made lion of Two lunibftrmcn sentenced n. made a .special conlribu- at Uodsny to three months in Jail the-erection of ajfor breaking into the summer home _, r.-. ,_Jf- boarding school al I of lion. A." B. Kemp, bronchi India. .Dunlop liaa Lecn'appolntrrl AV. K. McDonald, a IlamlUon man a memljer ann secretary Hie who was reported killed In the South'-Ontario board oT parole by the Ont- African war'and not heard from byjarlo govcramcat. f ilr. Dunlop L._ imniR I'for BomD time been chief Inspector -Control of Hie Jim Zio Mines, limited, line passed to Walte J. NichoUs anil u report-from Victoria, H. C; Henry JleginaUi Wood.j-" ugcd 1C, grandson of J. Ucrnard; Klagara- on-the-Labc, wild WHS injured while shooting ducts east of. Niagara- two weeks ago, .ia dead. .BoElock wild animal show hns ijeen absorbed circus or- gnhizatlori, which -will- leave- Xew Ynrb City In the..spring and trarcl in 100 motor trucks and. IniitcrY H Is officially at. 01 Lava that Uiirslall will succeed Major-Gen E.-W. Tiirner In command of the Can- adian Division at the front. Chief of Police stout; reaigncd, following a charge of being incapable white 01: [iity: preferred by Market Clerk Stewart. lion. Fraik C'ochraric is in posses- sion'of n pair of rubber boots, lilp They came at Christmas from u consciencc-slrtkcn man, who aaya he stole them while at work on n dam at Ilcvclsloke, B. C. years :igo.'- 'Herbert ilrotlcrict anrl Gcorsc Me Phall were tn Sirnlford pollen court fined respectively ?-00 and J5Q for harlnjj and consuming liquor con- trary 10 the Ontario Temperance Act while out driving. A collesc will be start- ed at Berkley, California, with a acuity oIMourlecn. Lessons will be ;lVcn In physics, physiology, nn- atomy, criminology and other courses. Sergt. Tuck, ot the I la m police force, has demanded an In- quiry Into the death of his son from typhoid fever. He nays IhRl wlicn he embarked ovoi he was so HI thai he had to he carried on uuarii aiiin. Judfte Cumberland handed donn st Rrandor. s. man nlio takes a farm on lhe crop: payment systera, but falls to deliver the crop as stipulated, is not liable Co conviction for (hell. Europe he will find important public} his family d! the crop, wort -naUiiis ii is proposeri ioicjhristmas even the farmers. themseUcs are Eur Ileprescnlatlvc A. Gardner alart- this wealth pouring into the door. waste ot money in peace time reierborough Review.! proposition, .from the to the ______ _.._ returned EoldierE. Toronto's total fatal irrnin crop Is between W.QQO.OOQ and j ouEhlTo' pclillon James at least one third more r. _ was realized last year. Iho vaiinr TO io !o tne gDvemmeni to replace some It. Mann for the RpeakerRhlp. of me Jrem i.anai is am] inspectors U. a. House of Representatives, be- Icaiisfi nf >tr. Mp.nn'1 I'resldenl Wilson's 'peace" note. apartment house In New York by. a practical Joker, resulted In dam- ages, twelve families turned out Into hlrli caused one death from suffocation. Tha mice caused a panic among (he womci and the other Trouble fol- j lowed. Saskatchewan Xcw Year's honors con In Ihe elevation of the follow- j In? legal gentlemen io tlic status nf king's counsel: II. H. Karlc and UvlnpMnnr llnttlcford; F. Halllday, Prlnte Albert; (i. W, Mc- Phec, Yorklon; H. N, .Murphy. Wcy- burn: J. Campbell, Kslcvan; W. K. Knowleo, M.P., Mooac Jaw; A. RouUcdce, rvavlrtson, nnfl K. Rlalr, city solicitor; T. D. Douglas .1. Thoni, K. Sampson, ,1. A. Crosfl fnov A. 11. Tlngley, A. jordon. tV H. iiarr, Avrry Casey, all j' Reston. OF CANADA Keep Ibe Fainiiy Savings in a Joint AceoBnt In the names of two or more Husband-arid Wife, Brother and Sister, or Father and Son. It is ah all-round convenience, as either' can deposit or withdraw money, and In case of death the. balance goes to the survivor without any formalities, (brmlna an immediate source of ready money. LETHBHIUUE A. F. S..TATUM, Mjmger ORASSY LAKE BRANCH H. E. SANDS, Acting Miniger Give it Pablicity in the LETHBRIDGE HERALD The Herald Wants Cor- respondents at- Winhif red, Granum, Taber, Ciaresholm, Coutts Vulcan, Grassy Lake, Carmangay Monarch, Coleman Whitla to Chronicle all the principal events in these communities Communicate with The News Editor THE HERALD Lethbridge ;