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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MKRAUV TI i UttSl )AY, alberta 0> I L V AND WEEKLY fubfcrlptlcn Dlllr. delivered, per veeK Patly, delivered, per year ......1500 Dtlly. iiy maii, per ........f Weekly, by mall, per year ......H 60 Weekly, by mall, per year lo TELEPHONES Business luls by Ihc allies l of war were taken Itllii. VI, A. Quclianan Mar.iqlng Director John Torrance Business Manage, :carjs. The motive Is a proper one, Food exuorlB K-avliiK Date? or finlrv n" fuhsrrlpllnns on-'lo ih6 slpnlns of Ilio national service rjrar d. on .irtilress Ul'el. Acvopt- of paners Qfter expiration dale Is osr authority lo tts subscrtp- tlon. NATIONAL SERVICE AND ITS PURPOSE I It must not bo Inferred that Jnborl inoi) aro not prepared to do tlielr1 duly In the vrir. becouso n'tuy Iliem shy al tlio nailonnl service cords. They ar6 suspicious of the purpose ot the movement and fear Iliat It Is directed morn si labor than any oilier class. Why Isn't wealth conscripted! ask. Why tire nut tho men o[ wcnllli forced to bear Iliefr burden! Theso aro leti- iliunle questions. fhoulcl be] llyroan. lormei made lo pay, and pay heavily. AVtbcjI'ubllc Works, Jlcd at London; Onl. coming so-slml ot parliament legisla. ciaudo Wheeler u prominent lion FhouU bo wiarlcd providing tor nmn'anij.'wfllcr. Is proper InnCon noon tho tho country. II this vnr Is as imitlij our Ttar as It i let us get after ivcallli ns Drilalll Ills ".lur ilonc. However, ivo eco no objecllon prs_' PICED UP Hr. J. A. llendertou, of Woslmoimt, lue., Is dead. V ills, llynian, of lion, C. S. Proressloial Mlrta" were Installed Slales e. ot our tuan so thut be In n io obtain (lie King ani)> nttd you rlpht Kmuloyes of the exclusive Chicago Will of llavuim THE CIRCLE bust possible national service iho Had had national scr- jClub slot. vice we should linvo men noiv al tho froul irould uo In Canptla. for U woulil have lieenl Tho cost ol- SvKe-LcallilE soared C, 11, Dentoo lias been re-elected, mayor of TlllsontiurE. Lady Mackworth, n dallghloi1 oC ,ord Ithodda, lifts licen elected .chair, uian of one of licr father's companies. The police vlllago ot St. Jacobs, carried a, Hydro-KlcclrlQ by 71 for lorono iiEOlnsl. ffope Dean, 'son of Hie Uto Judge Venn, a! Lindsay, died iu New York. Jaiuu denies a rumor that Clroal JlrltBtn liad agreed to (rausfer lo 1311 a number of warships niter Is declared. J. O'Connor, barrister, ot 01 lana, lias beeu Deputy Collector of Inland Nevatiue at Ol tawa. Ily an orJeMii-ca'jncIl lhe of Nava) Service may requisition any Ca-iadlau sliips for .lhe service c( the Admiralty. PIE. ,M' i4lli Agnus Whltcfield iif I. Soi Hi, Is In receipt of tlie follotolas letters concerning Iho ilcatli ot her husband: 'JD" L'oinpanr, 2nd llalUHoii, Canadians H.C.F., France, 1 :10lli Dec., 1516. Dear Sirs. WliHofleld; I irutl you will' excuse iho llburty am taking In you hi Informal umiuier bul 1 liavo a fiomn- whnl dllficult lash to perform It v, III make It nil tho easier for me. Lot mo firs! tender on my own be- half and In tile nanio of (lie rcinnlnlns meu In the section, our dccueui ant] moss heart-felt sympathy III your Ecvc're nffllcUoii through your hu (land's ileaiti.' No loero words can In nny wny inlilgito your Bi'Iof. May Uoil grant you Etrangdi io licar It. 1 wus hot privileged to ho wit) Jack ill the.end but Iliosc of the sec (hero assure mo ttia was given soldier's Imrinl avorythliij; bolng done decently am In order n id MB grave marked terdsy, and if there U a reply, It may cil at homo lo produce Ihc rood for] W. il. Davidson, editor ot lhe Cat- .be cipected wllhin'a couple'of days, (lie Tlie production al But If Ibe forecast of Mm German is not nearly as preal ns k should c sc oo. o r Hress Indicates anything, ihe answer', The I.ethbrldee Board of Traile placed urer ulll not amount lo much In the vay this Important mailer before the pov- further peace overlures. Tlie tone crnraent In April 1916 nnd now, after treas Al Kitchener. Out., the wife of 'a bunied and brought lo Goilsrlcti Certain amenduienls Lo the ol the allies' auswer is not such as to rleaso German opinion greatly. act. It is well to recall tue memo. On lhe olber hand. Auslria-Hun- randum BiilimlHeil the boird. Herejclt; If reports from Budapest are to are some of IL> clauses: be believed, is vej-y anxious for peace. council of thh Toan The llrilish lilockadc Is doing great has rpcC'iMv the .worX- in bringing the dual monarchy' fat silnallnn as lo her knees. If Germany would ad- lm p thplr Fiinnllps of do- frnra this J.ethhrirtse. In tlie centre of farru- ia tba Irtnclica Iho governluB ihe cutting of t fc a_, In EClUler IQ IDC ireUCtlCS Blappej t-uniuf, ui iniluul a year, the p ocaeds lo Qf Qa LLaland ou Dominion ticket Lo change lhe. lo Berlin, nnmc of the A. Hayes, for 2L years arc Increased. made .hereby tho 'dne. l Rev. C. D.Xicholns, ajged 80, vicar of St. Stephen, announces if- Son'hRnt II. ihe same thing applies in her Blow- jers' Union of lhe Uulted Slates (0 his parishtoncrE that Lie Is about [Canada, and third vlcc-prcsltlent oL lo reilre alter i'enra in -rase. ivhich is the malo reason for ileairlns an early 'iica.ce. In ibe meantime there is very little of Labor, Ihc Vk'aratc. ine areas i i l hay. and live- ork. and'in Ihe ccnlrR of.afi area .he was frotu the half-shell in lor farm and aclivily on of lhe fiouls v.-ilh cxcepiion of Rumania, wlicro larse" nuimtiUcs" nf rcstauram. reports say ihe Teutons arc. a rertnin Tesnnnsiblllly En The Russians and Ruina-I'MrerUne atier.liod lo pre.-eut ami irian's. are relirins to the SeretU ttn6iflllure where, with its line of for'ifications, they exuect io make a rtand M-hicri r rurrncrs pnd wfll check Iho German, drive. Mean- with _ _ lime iaore Rumanian terriiory Js fall-! pairfotjc duly to the sntl Inn into German hands. On tha west p.Uled nations ant] iheir armies there is a certain iireHness In i navies, in yrona anQ the American died li Rev. li. Hldgely Roblusop, of East' in ope of (he "dozen raws' Tho Travellers'" Club, wblch been one of Loodon's prominent liv anil Mher man> fouid enough pearls for a stituElons, csjieclillj- stnco 1000, wlfen (jjjj present, rommodious (iiiftrlijrs were obtalaed, Is to bo dosed. SI. Catharlnca City Council em- powered'ihe High Cost of Living Com- coa! mining labor. Attention direr-led lo the farl N'ewspapers :throughout. IJ. S. arc sii'l iiwaltlng nayrnebt 'by Ilie mittce to purcliasc a qunntity of pea Dernocratlc National Commttttee of coal and sell lhe same In quarlor-toii ihat In helnEru; owe In adrerlialng bills .it was learned. Dr. SJmbn Fle- .spiking ic lots al per1 Ion delivered. rtding several othtfr Michigan Central l Railroad einployca some quarters but nolhlus iMka'JHj any prpal movement, THE-MAVOR AND THE MINE PURCHASE itayar Ilardle irolnts (ne farml-ntr cy in the attitude of who dc-! in harrn-Mne in loand au impartial report from'an in- deperrtent, authority .on. the' yalue II'C Ul OJJIIUII iii and New York cUy before "the American! a hand car near; live! Association lor tliti Adva'nceainiit of Charles thirty, of Mel- bourne, Ont.-, was Instantly killed. Fire slarllng ir Chew's barber E! in Shakeepeftre, Qnt., wiped out the Sladc'.man block, Includlog the Sit stork; tntl lhat in _ Eclcace. said thai infanlile pnrjlysO 'pofVire ihey are thus CuInUing a tune-' probably will remain (here tion very.nercssnry ami c.-i.-eiilial the ultimo In'success of fr-ce who arc in thR fiehline ranVs. Church ot Englanfl ChaplainE military an'horiliei in n-n for D.S.O. or the M.C. for vallaully and under heavy fire. eeedinR in HJ6. wi'h reearn lo of foal, dnr- lhe was anj wounded soldiers LteuL" GusUy Letters, German the Grace mine. He Eludes of in many to. the criticism directed at the com- ttet ocntnd on LelhDnflee nnrt mlsEioners ror in citizens to roal minlne centres in Alberta neransc: a ror Mie m.mtion system.v i-oaL' that careful con- aviator, credited ..with bringing down nine British and receiilly decorated by the Kaiser with the Or- der i'our le iltrlle, -has been killed. The London Times says: "Very "--.The mayor Is on the wrons track. 'sidpraHon pbonld now te helns The citizens voted In favor of a flllra-jrceUil to conserving coal mini le slorine In advance Just as far lion'system and lelt the commission-1 'ere, ine paid servants of the people.' select a proper equipmsai. All ,jcammis3loncr5 invesUgated many Bl-j i( resnertfnlly its autl setlled 011 one wllh .yere inaiiraatlons cast, lul not1 availability of ocean coal requirements for sueEreated rerelre that tlacksmllli shop nnd a vacant store An effort will be made, by tlie.Urant ford Board o[ Trade to orsauizc Hel Biari one-iiundred -tie! gikn' children be cared for, by Brantford at a'casX of J250 monthly. A total estimated population oC in Japaa, Korea aud For- mosa and the Japanese halt of Sagh- alieu Island, is announced officially. ij'hls body liclns Inlcil. ]iuriws0 ill tills letter I In ncHnowleJgc rccciul o( Hie parcc wlilcli you EU U aiul which urrlvc today. AccordlMg lo tiUtom, wo Vav divided tho contents among Ihc me ot Jack's section aud we trust will bo III utcord wltli j-oill- wlEhc that strengtli be given you help ynu in your eriot. I Yours' Very faithfully, (Vlo.Y Austin J. II- Ore From, the Olfic'er Commanding Tini! Ililcalion, Cnnadia Infantry. D.flP., Krinc tlcocmber Olh, Ira. Agnes Whlledeld, Strct, Idge, Alberta. Dear Mrs. WhilclIoW. it is wltli very deeii legrct indee ihui I am obliged to adiise you Ilie ciealll o( your husband, 1603 Hte: J. WhllcriEld ol Ihis ballallo He was Instantly killed by shell f[ Q November 2151 Although your husband ha'l n lieen a member ut Ibis bittallotl siii Its foruialion he" ImJ already won fnr liimseU a very warm place In tlie es- teem ot Ills comrades by his con- tinued dovotion to duly. trust lhat .you will accept Ihc Elncero sympathy or all ranta oC this battalion in your great- loss. .Vours sincerely, J. A. .Clark, Lleut.-Col. 0. L'. 12nd Hnttaliou, Canadian Inf. LOANS FOR LIVESTOCK THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE a ptputd la encourage, the development of the Industry by extending liberal credits lo good ftrmcn'to breeder livestock. FINISH THE FEEDERS IN CAtiAPA THE HEIFERS AT HOtiE .In head of feeder were Uten horn the Winnipeg stock [or distribution irnong ftrmera in the Norlliwcsttrn Sluice, representing serious low lo Western' Cinadiin farmers. _ We wuh 16 assist in stopping Ihfi movemefit, Consult us before wiling unfinished Block. If you mutt tell, let iis ti-jr Lq find you. ft buyer at home and build up your ojvri district. .ethbridge Branch--R T. Mgr. IF YOU HAVE AN EDISON MACHINE IN YOUR HOME. -TKE'MPST OUT OF IT DY GETTING SOME OF THE RECORDS. >5 COMPLETE A STOCK AS CAN BE SECURED ALWAYS ON HAND. _ If you have not an Edison then you. are mining a wonderful" musical Come and hear one. Rirdhtlmer, Halnes New. Scale Wllllami Pianos and Players. SHEET MUSIC, FOLIOS, TEACHERS' SUPPLIES, MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. sc "EVERYTHING MUSICAL'" 315 SIXTH STREET SOUTH, (NEAH LETKBRrDQE did not othcrwlso push him nor did T speak in a gruff manner when I said, "Excuse me, cnn'l you stp.ud up tor- I meant exactly whnl 1 said." 1 nm Buro'llr. McLeod does not wlah to have others holiovo 1 had any- lliing lo do iv 1th Ibe hot words or tbrealenluR Innguage- liiiit'passcd, Klnally, 1 readhiR liU cxjJliHiallon, thai' under cir- cunistaiiccs lie wonhl do BB.[ did. YOHT3 truly, J. A, JACKSON. considerable orde'rs are, It Is belter-. This shon'fi ari rncreaso of ed, beins placed Tor new cargo 'over the ealimale .a year ago. steamers lo he built for the use of the State: They ivlll probably carry ItateJ They Tvlll probably cart> I Ions JIaJor-General Sir Alfred Turner, _....._ _ ri-lling la the Asiatic Review, eulo- oi.ihp N-nhndvlwaiion ill view of the statements tliatU'765 Japan's Immense services to i been made in KMeatc allies, whlcl, to tc points put, Itave frustrated a scherac to found a Uermaii Km- According to the Ixindon.Daily Ex- prcss, a. British imperial order of knighthood probably vritf-'. be cluded in the postponed list ;of New ArlRVOSBMOiiFF -Ian. Ilio acnale debate tdilay on a resolution to endorse President Wilson's peace note Lodge allacked German Ambassador Count von bernstorff Cor Elvlng'out a statement nulillely ap- preciating (he note. 'If is hardly to' lid wondered at, that from .tor :ral yery Eerfpusly, and thai circumstance. Tor the forces already recruited in prompted'the com miss Ion era to shlltj Canada. Decision' io a committee of ciii-' Thn honorable posljlon thai Ilie jity 'of and the surrounmne urn.- There -was no warrant (or ihat have tak6n and are Action whatever. Tbe (o taXc. in recruttlnR for the Ca- iinet nil about the respective systems nadian expeditionary affords ind were Ihc proper responsive'BUfficlent that Hiis mftmo- rand urn Is in good faidi as a sober statement regarding imixirt- ant matters thai require careful and forehanded consideration. The Lelbbrldge Board of Trade afjied at the very object now in the cast. AE a tesuH or the conference of bankers with Sir Thomas Whiie rc- ceitlv, a. further sum of fifty .million dollars Kill te added to the Dominion govtrnment for a further British credit In Canada. Although convicted ot a breach ot the Ontario Temperance Act, .51 rs. Mu tier, 232 Gibson avenue, Hamil- ton. will not pay lhe ?200 fine. She parlies to reach a decision, without any.reference to.a committee ol citi- iens. N'ow as to lie proponed purchase of the Grace mine. It is proposed lo acquire (his properly at a .consider-'carried out ty the National Service purposca. allo advance in price from one of the Board. National scrvico means the' commissionsrs, and the only report protection of certain necessary TTC so far have on the value of the'tries. These cannot he protected UH properly and Us possibilities as a 111 the cation knows its man power.l triplets aoJ 435 seta of ac. cKIc enterprise Is from another com-! Men engaged In occupations to the biennial report of thti missioner. the mayor The mayor, IMsary to lhe successful conduct ol the State tureau of vital h-lrae, has iiad a long eipsrience inj war should be retained in Ihose occu- rrtining, but under all llie pallona where they can serve their Veer's honors. The. Express indicates willi such-.statement "ad. that "frc it llie ordersrof thelOcrmnn embaasy.'- said Sena( Star'of India and Iho order of St. Lodge, "that there should be genei Mtchae? and St. George, tut tliat It uiisrcpreesnlntlon .of the note. The will be granted for services through-- yeiiera] belief Is that it designed out the empire, Instead of for i and limed ao as to help Germany In services in India and lhe colonies, as' peace upon terms she dc- are the .Star ot India and the crder of St. Michael and St. George, res- pectively.' LAMP POST FELL ON CHAPLIN las Chaplin was enacting a policeman atruggllnc; with a bully In a "movie." He was lo break a I a inn post off after the base had boeii loosened to show Low claimed .that the llQiior found on her sirens he was, Chaplin seizes the -premises was used only for cooking During the two years -'jjl'c l' cross bar and gave It a tug.- Down came the peat with Charlie under- sires .to, impose." Thb actloD on Senator Hitchcock's reiqlutlgo lo have ihe Senate eridqrse Freildent Wllson'a peace note again: wan deferred today after p. de- bate. 'LETTERBOX" THAT THEATRE INCIDENT EdlCor Lelhbridge Herald. tender my sincere apologies to McLebcl CUT having mistaken IV i.L Give it fublicity in the LETHBRIDGE HERALD neath. He wecl lo Ihc Hollywood him (I Ihlnk Jubtlflably) for 0110 wanl- hospital lo haVD Iwo "deep lacerations In respect (or our King and coun- on his noae and forehead sewed up. f try. .1 wish, howcTcr, io-slalo that I The principal LuaHeea centres or slances the citizens are warranled In cpnnlry tetter than anywhare elae. asking for an IndcjKndenl report Sfcn engSEed In unnecessary ocuipi- froni an oulside authority. IL 13 not tions so far as Ihc war 19 concerned a, case of airardlng a conlract; It Is can be sdvUed. and H rests wtth them providing InfurraaUon for the rate- to acl; voluntary at present at any payers to cnftble them lo render an rale. Intelligent If the mayor to the allilude of labor lo rest the matter on his re- organizations, 11 Is well not lo be port alone, all well and good, and the critical, l-abor has done nobly In this ihstrir ran rest assured iK-U with that war. Men from labor organizations llnprle report coming froai a commit- have gone to the front by the Ihous ioncr advocating Ibc purchase of a aoils and will continue to go. Tfie) he Untlei Slates raport hlgn pro? pcrlty and brEglit prospecls, Ilie warning lhat z higher Imperative to mecl fuhirt- dltlons. Mrs. Mary Talbot, a former EUvo, has celebrated what l.i aaf.l be her l2Qln birthday tnDiversary Olturnwa, Iowa. 9ho epends mucn of her linm. piecing quilts. SKe Is native of Kentucky. The Ttev. J. n, Johns, minister of tho Union church, In Morris, Manl from another commissioner, ;havc fears about the meaning ofjioba. reports lhal "the union of Ibc [V.fhe'.'ralenaycra will.reject Ihc prunosi-! res! si rail on and they look upon IL Presbyterian an3 Methodist charchcs kAlready doubls have been cast" a movement directed primarily at published In the Herald aj f to lhe mayor's compelcnce lo make know nothing hboul lhal, but the mayor should realize In hte own Ictercsls, as well as tjn the interests of the city, an inde- report from ft recognized aVtjjjrliy should ue obttlnei) for Ihe i'enHghlenmcnl of lhe ratepayers. For j'ili'iTje.-kr.ovr, the mayor's conclusions i on'tho value o! the mine io lhe city j! be aosolnlely correct, or may be ill'wrong. To res I lhe case on lhat 'ralone would mean the slush' l] (ef o( lhe bylaw! There is no doubt Ihpm, while wealth, one ol lhe great In winning the war. Is not being asjessed its full share. Ifow are your New Year's rcs-slU' tion5 straycrl or broken. The jvosl ofice fljr.irea were an opener lo manv. Prosperily moves even II the P. O. clock does slop gomfctlaes and fool ci-Mavor Hatch. Tbe city school board should reac vital statistics report and lake war.ilog inerefrom. More rconcy for oiore schools will be Ihc cry soon. n Morris baa brought about a Lev appreciation or what the church stands for In the community. AL A recent mecttng ot the tora Of the Home Hank of Canada M. J, Haney. C.E., was elected to in prcaldency. Senator -la nv.b the former president, I cud honorary president, n. P. Gougli o the board-of direclo'i anrcctda Mi Haney M The hydro-power and uydrcnradla bylaws were submitted to the elector In about eighty municipalities I Onlario. and were carried In a ph.ce; but two. Hamilton and Go ertoh rcjecteir ihe bylawfi. In ;lb Tormcr Hie majority against ver> anri In Godcrlcb It v The Original T VORY SQAP is the original, pure, i. white, floating cake and its quality has been equaled by none of the many soaps that have tried to trade upon-Us popularity. 2 You know what you are getting when you buy Ivory Soap. You know that it could not have survived since 1879 it it were not all that its makers claim. SCENTS IVORY SOAP (ffl Precla ttelarin in Hamilton, Canada The Herald Wants Cor- respondents at-- Winnifred, Granum, Taber, Clarejholm, Coutts Vulcan, Grassy Lake, Carmangay Monarch, Stirling, Col em an Whitla jo Chronicle all the'principal events in these communities Communicate with The News Editor THE HERALD Lethbridge ___ '__ _. ;