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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR -THE JLETimRlDGK. DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 101RJ letbbrfoje '*E}eratt> Xetbbrfoa?, Hl'berta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publisher;, THE LETHDRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED 323 6th Street South. Lethbridge W. A. Qiicii.v.rn mighty ami almost ; the Almighty's coins kit;*; oa lin- tej^er liii ml nnil pr.i> j.#�c'�M�> at pra> !>] or Leuip 'Oiv order ' Hug-# iu' s peo-: rs r � m urn nig s * PICKED' UP IN �* , -t. THE -EUSY MAN W H��* -----; - ,----------,----. .Mario Corel'.!. 11;� � ti.-velisi. was fined . Mi.yor Hurry Murp in l.omtou. Km:.. it�r hoarding sugar, l-lbm. whs re-elected. iv. of Fort Wil- John "fit Foisiitess Editor! :il TELEPHONES (mice ......... Office .......... Ylnnngci '..'M ti C* Vt'V .lit . Greer, of i'o';,mi's, was re ! ;i. > i.mr.; ion j N amuie is to.trod in tee t no ( Fort i elborne. i'nt ' '..m-S'-d as -.i town. i rovotct: ; tnjiixii. :;,>. a�n(>)� thai has been in- A REST ROOM IN TOWN (From Our Own Forresi'imili'iit i How Island. Jai/ l>. - The holidays No admission was cu.irged hut. ero the National Anthem,was sung a collection wan taken ti]) for the Halifax Relief. , . . . Quito a liumbor of our people tiro | taking advantage of tlio low. rates to the coast- nurt have gpno to spend the winter tliure. A Rest-Room I'.ow Island can now boast' of a ro.Ht room. "Here the, Women's Institute hold (lie monthly mooting. It Is open all the day for any who wish to sit-and spend a unlet, hour. In (ho, evon- f i i Kx-Mttyer ! leury anil f-ani'.y. � immum net- .�f>eitililis the �in ; Victoria. H C. if Ed we I'll .1 � Daily Viailv l):ii!y Wcekty liv ii-ubscription Patent ifverci. per week ......1� '.Pered. per year laii. per yea1.' ......o g.iai!." per year .....$1/") .1*1. i '.' VMC issv. of the, .Hi drAwr.-ottt agony c; -fie- '-a . ring. A tiy at bV-. the last lap, the last . .-cve"es! rail upon Ions ill. 11 WUS, l'i Woo.istoc in.i vol . Out  n, per year to fc.S..$-.00 xpiry of subscriptions ap- i,e ^.elan ii address label. Aceept-rs after xpiratii n date is our Authority to esiuinue the subscription. . I'. a F Earngoy has been tv-cloetotl ; arth term a-'; mayor oi h.enora. ; ihysfc Onl. The huts adm Dates ot pear uai'y Hun i'] s t this are now �n difiicult ani'!.'- ot d li D.i-.'-'.' the THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR . Titfivey offei's ;';>� tise of fl UKiielles and asks the removal Black Sea -fie-.; of Kus?;a, in peace terms offered \o ill" Russian's. The terms are made known in today's dispatches. The Au.stro-Germnn peace delegates, returning to Brest-LUovsk *o resume negotiations with the Rus-:d nc thteih. Taissia asks the transference of flit conference Stockholm, to which the Uernurr.s have not agreed. FAULTS OF THE NEW FACTORY ACT The factory act. at the time, was ptit through the legislature too hurriedly, and consequently without the serious consideration that � it warranted. Us purpose is good when it aims to protect the workers. Yet : u.-ti "or tin- on th pn.-se of t!;,. war. ami. !ike leader, he h'ids ns brstc up ews of oar physical stamina spirrual 1.rider win >.,>>.-,, sovereignty of i.tod. In- l.:ds to that U.vJ Whoso proi;;;,. sironi.-..ud i v.'11 b-> wl;r .... f:r.-t d'tty. ihen. on .ij.tm.iry view of via' kiitK. is ;o pray dn�ini'.' -" !> tor viriery ;,:){ to;' thv si rtitc'lh to win it and rn- irrace to use' aright "Dur second duty is ilia' �;' ''ranks-Sivins- The strujrsle is k'-.n:- .-> ?r.i-longed and is aeeoinpani. Py so r.'.iieii unspeakable awfulnc.-.- ilia: we may he disposed to forsp ; -ar ^teat-sians found no one there to greet n0Si. ,t ^1(J mercies. which have l-.een vouchsafed to us during ilie last three ycors and a quAJttr. iiro. as a t-houghtiul j.eriou-r.al puts it: "iiiough we have net yet won the war. the va'or o~ otir troops and the stsau-tasilte.ss of our peupie s.iv-'d ti;,. empire1' from imminent danger in whic'.i is the Herald said it stood during the ff st weeks of the' figlitins_ wliem ad unready, it was plunged into "struggle with a power which had been preparing its blow for more than a generation. The, iKinger. if lpS5 present, is not yet removed. Centra ttfc in the field ad lev- tt Us not soundly constructed legisla- ^ur^^l^VSk tlon. There is too much discrmiina- jng thanks for mercies realized a!-, tiou in it. Many of the most substah- ways conies before petitions for fiir-tial concerns in tiie province Suffer* to *tae-profit of ether concerns where there is little investment aud very lii-. tie employment ot labor. Certain stevss must close at certain hours In order, to conform with the act while certain other stores can keep open because the provisions of the act do not affect them. All stores should it is ;!ii:u>U!n:> d ! 1 an- >n aod h!-- eart Hei'.-cite:! Islam!. l'i:.. piprer 'i'i-r tlroi-kville . .i.v ' r ted by air t.iit.eii : .,'bys'kiro as raai >.v The Itowiuanvilie i. e '.; irely elected b> . .I'"itn IV Mueio'di a. Monireal i'.o � P ve cut off iilo lior- Ikranian -and Hut Saskatchewan subs. ,� 'no;ir to erect a .Chin have come and gone and we almost for- '�. inK from (i to 11) 14, is open for lln: use ; gel to wrlle ItilS. ' j of tlm imui who wish to sit and road. Mcliiirr)- of On-  On-t'hristinas Kve the CniotHSiindity ' H is wed snppWfcil Willi roadins Jiinl-intouds ict'r- sl.ll00i h.u] ,|1(,,. c'lirlKtiiitiK tree anil , (or. j concert in the I'nited church. The j The lied Cross society also meot ov- program consisted of songs, diiilogues  cry \Vodneaday iu the rest room. On *\ h''-s 1,lH'n i.tid .roojliilions and the children took . 'ho night of lice'.1 Till a pony given by A- Uieir parts very well. At (he close ofiMi"- 1. James to the Red Cross society % jibe program ^anta appeared on the 1 was auctioned off. The pony hrottfrht scene and as usual ho received a hear- . $4-~>. >vn . otincil was ,y \veleome from the little tots. After On New Year's ovo a niasnuorade .ianiation. with distributing the bags of candy, nuts, j hall was held in the l.O.O.P. hall. It '>l>1' ' etc., lie started off to visit other places, was well attended. Tliero was ipiilc ui, �iib ti variety of continues. Proccods worn to the Red Cross society. Wedding ' .Announcement, cards hnvo roiicliot this city of the nitirrlage of Mr, 'Sut.h erland Jones to Miss Mima lie Hoss ot j Xinas. Day a I. Rod llliift, California ['; and also of the. marriage of Mr. J^j Ai'clmmliault, to Miss Ilo'len Jonos oi" the Hiiiuo day at Rod Oltifl'. Mr. am; Miss Jones were former residonts o' tills iiliute. ' The home of Mr. T. I). James, wes : of town, was Invaded by a jolly crowi' of How Inlanders last ovening. Tin. lime was pleasan.ly spout, with card:! and music. Light refreshments werel served at midnight after which tin' guests departed, all agreeing that Mi i and Mrs. James were ideal host am hosier's. R. 0. Graham, Principal of Ganano line High School more than twenl; years, has resigned, to enter the officii j of the Commissioner of Taxation, 01 tawa. 1  'onimissiione-rn if==r licenses, leav- I nei'i fanners in �oil ^ 10,000 in an ian college. it was saotdy !: -eve or i a rltaiiK' 0', l>r .M:t Olark wk. over V'.F. Puffer and by a ma parity o'-' over b.itb opponents. This is upon the civilian vote aior.e. Two Ca]gary Creeks. Jaines Comlou ami William Fumias. aVe ciiiirged with crininiti.tag tin act of-treason. -It is aibrged tuvy seno money to reiativrs in Turkey througli Sweden. tji'tionton i-egit;-- the .New Year hH s'r i �..!','l.e 1 of taxes owiug on y pivptriy, ttliuo it a million more hru at tiie beginning of last year. tl. The (V.sioit. o-ar of tiie oldest citi-:'o;:s of Jla.lifax. di--1 suddenly. For a i.-uarier of a ce:n.;ry he was secretary of the Y.M.C.A. Arrontir.g to ir.i'"vma,tionwhicli has' i-ruiied raigiii'5'. !.io;i!.-�*ol. I'. ,1. i-:iy. of Calgary, is noiv definitely ia eoniiuand of a brigade of Canadians on the western front. to According to figures compiled by co:umis.--ioii of coifserviitiL):i. fir-1 sses ia Canada duriitK i?17 tothilt'd ' I. Tit.' itttmbt:/ oi fii'os.je-ortcil T.:;;',iled l-l.ii'.ie but more that; :r...*>'".i.' > if uarmge resulted from G fires. � � - K Hotlson, � rge's church. Srt: mod i i .-u'.'coed t-rist church S;�sl:!> v. !'. W. I'lillic.:.-.: igned to go to.lb'i; pastor of St. katooti, wai ap-* the flihiistry of oon in placu .of r. who recently titer mercies.' 1 trust, therefore. ii:.a the note of thanksgiving wilt be a dominant one on January 'i. The British tmpire is an Empire of Christian nations. Christian nations belieY.e in prayer to the Almighty, and'knowing, as we do. that we are waging u war in a. holy cause, we should seek God's guitimee am! blessing iu our eiforfs. \Ye know that ar-he treatld oa.au equality. What is rayed against us are nations that do right for one should be right for the not believe iu the Christian religion,; other and what is wrong for one (Should nations that have kept great portions be wrong for the oilier. The act should of the world in bondage and nations that hsve sanctinrleil the deseerr.tion of Ai ;'� meeting ot tfi*-tUrcetors of ;! ort::. i:t Crown ' Hank. .John Stovel i was elected vic'e-i>r"sideul of the bank ': to succeed J. H. Ashdown. George Ft'sher "f the Scottish ('o-oiicrro ive i �Wholesale Sacie'ty was elected a. di- '. rector. Cupt. T. >!. CrroeiJ died suddenly ;;t i; rtionofot" white taking a bath. He w,:.-. a p:'.-riittieut A.O.l'.V.'. and a. past grand master of the order. He was an ex-fift'esident of the Conservative association of South l-rcils .antra veteran of the Fenian raid. As ti result �of the resignation of i'remier Morris of Newfoundland three "mbers of the ca'enct have retired. iey are Hiohtir.l S ��.mires, liver with only �r-'h; more polls.to itear from. In How Kiver 1-laliaday Jras a majority of i"7 with only five polls to come in.. he" revised at the coming session oi the legislature, it meeds readjusting ,ri:ii -'rr.ighionir.E iu order to be work-abl" and fair to everybody. There Is go'..; reason for demanding -that the act should not be placed in operation until it iini been reviewed and revised by the legislators, who brought he Holy Places associated with the Christian religion. Jerusalem is freed from the Turks. A Christian nation has poss-sse'u it and will preserve it. As ion.g as our ideals in this war are high und holy, and so long as we have arrayed .against us nations that seek the mfeasuft into existence in the dying not peace and esait war, and nations days of a session. that destroy Christians in countless millions as Turkey has done, we should offer our prayers to the Almighty with hearts and minus satisfied that v.'u are on the sitie oi ri^ht and can beseech His blessing and favor without apology for the part we have taken in the war. Sugar drops tells us. . Thc-rier. N'elson Spencer may hAve to come home by way of the I'nited States. He might be Bourassed if he came through Quebec. If that river of ours doesn't freeze up good and deep, the brewery may find a new source of revenue in operating ill artificial fee plant. Why live in Dawson in the search, for gold and almost freeze to death when you can raise sheep in Sunny Southern Alberta 'and make money as fast as a Yukon prospector. . THE KING'S CALL TO PRAYER "To my people: The world-wide . struggle for the triumph of r;ght and liberty is entering upon its last and most difficult phase. The enemy is striving by desperate assault and subtle intrigue to perpetuate the Wrongs already committed-, and stem the tide of a free civilization. We have yet to complete the great task to which more than three years ago we dedicated ourselves. At such a time I would call upon you' to devote a special . ; icne-d i't'-tory. Sd he calls upon !he ci'izens of the Empire to pray io God iUut. iy to er would tl in price, a heading more drops the mer- Ail American citizens residing in northwest Canada. xOxo earn more than Sl.ooij a year, if single, or fC.O'u a year if married, must make..a return to the t'nite'l Stat'-s coll-, cior of internal revenue before March next, to W ui? >s*c\l for the Cuffed States iuoome Lax. .  . _ - / Lieut. James .MtCormo'cU. D.S.O.. h >.e ne-tr i  rommoi-cieci for tiie, Victoria Cro--> -tor giSiiti^i'.ry iu rcstui ':; five men tVer; n mncnitie gun cr's'.f.' lecently. K'� w.�s -wnnnrieil in f ur places in til!.- e:o'.:g' mem. Lame - l''-Conu'fiel. formerly Mas a rancher near Lloydil(iih.-f..i und.a.t one time v'as niayur of feat town. He went oversea.- with a Winnipeg unit. Major Morris Scott just given" the I.t.S.O.. is a son of Mr. Justie.: S'ott. Edmonton, and a gradtrate of' iloyal Military college, Kingston, -Ontario.. At the outbreak of war'he enlisted is a private' in the Princess, Patricias arul when th-: regimeat arrived at Ottawa .was transferred to tiie SiftOn - -Victor Machine Gun unit with the rank; of lieuten'u'.n. lie went to England with the first Canadian contingent i)v ifHl, arcl hr.5 iwon on active service ever j| since. Promotions, first to & captain's t! rank, anil later to that of major, have \]j been the reward for his services, p An epidemic 6Iie-ddS and pneumonia 1-tept alith.o -Dawaon-'Gity 'Hospitals fill- ' .rl. while many others-were ill in their i | homes. -Tiie de?.tli> from pneumonia im-ude those of karnest Hivard. for-m-T o*in:.iissioner of public works to I I'-'wrson; Jam-s'Cafsidy, agent of the New York Life Insurance \Company: it. H. Plnfsertoti, v. ell-known pioneer and Yukon trt.ffiir-nan; .5. Kerns, pio-n-sr miner: AVJtli:;in Powell-a well-kt.oV.-i; miner,' and-Mrs. Dftn Coates. "^/"GUR health, your comfort and your economy for the coming months will de-pend upon an efficient heating equipment in your home. With coal steadily increasing in price, the proper heating apparatus will play an important part in your economy budget. A furnace or boiler that/delivers the maximum heat unit* out of your coal supply can save you rrnny dollars in coal bills and doctor bills /First economy Is always the best. Let us examine your furnace or boiler now. Probably with a small repair expense it can be made thoroughly efficient. Or, if you need a new equipment let us estimate on installing it for you. We will show the most modern and improved heating systems produced-such aa consume a minimujri of coal and furnish an evenly distributed easily regulated heat throughout the house. LKEM & HOLBERTON PLUMBING, HEATING AND GASFITTING. PHONE 521 516 FOURTH AVE. S. ?triTi*fsrs^ ire. s>�..-^Aw.Hi4.'-' - GROW WHEAT TO THE LIMIT Or &AFETY �.-:�i i-in I "Andy" Broder was, caiied th- r\be"' I.incijiii of tiie Canadian floti.-.e of Com-tiiohs. lie was a plain, honest man, and like Lincoln, a man of'the common people, ever friendly ;o the common people. THE FARMER AND THE SOLDIER An Alberta farmer was recently ; heard to say: "No more swine growing tor me. I raised forty head last. _ year and I could have soid trfe giaitC for $>;>(> more ttfan 1 got for the hogs, j because of the , hiiye-rs' strike last. | wbi.-k. 1 got caught once, ami ,1 know 1 when I've got eniwigh." j But suppose, the soldier reasoned : the same way and said: "No morel fighting for me.' I was in Canibrai ; last week and got hurt. I'v- br-n hit ; one.., and know wh-n I've got en- j ough. ' ' . ! ' The rohiier who undertook 'to art' onliiiif kind of reasoning wuiiiil bo i taite:i on' anil shot, because he .is ex- | peeled io :orir-: iWioni; a;id to suffer ( ami. if need he, die for nis country i The ltir The i-r-n who has good wheat !am! and �vhv lives in a !rict whi.-ro wheat v.H'i! ripen three y.'.-ts out of four, is justified in sjn-.' iiiKinsr iu wheat raising to ihe extent that: it i.-por;il,ie to grow wheat and keep oh-land in whet prtriueing condition. Exi'Muh-e v.-u>":t. raising r'i.Mi'u in "vheat si,e;"' -latn: The greater 'th-rainftill and ihfe rith-i the" soil, fio: sooner wilt "wheat rirkuer-s" set in. Where r:;inf:.i js light. :he tiinouni. oi h.iiiuis itmited and seie-lrerfaliowitig ree-.s:ary. woeal :u..y tolivv; wiifot tor several years with-oto serious dettimeut, but in proper-ti r the rainfall and humus hicr-e-e ;�*ri ill'..- necrssiti for :.ummerfa 1 iiov . , leg diminishes, rotai'oii of iron!- ",>.-. 1~'A c.,1-1-.- r.'''-'-.-s,,i-.r Ii'op-. of i-ti.iv. -gi'aiiiS miisi tiie;; tie. in;.e:-.-:prr:r( lie- >- :j t iv.'-rops of wile,;, or "wile.".! i-.ii ):' !:'�'! i.:ad is "tiie to tijii.iw. The only v .y to -^-s-itre :; g. alt: i - to eo:. if on of it into mint, beef or jiori:. } 'i here, will 1'ome i'titts when lite price. e: iii-rse will � soon as the supply of these exceeds ioe.il requirements the price goes down. During a grain blockade or a. period of car thorlaMO, prices range still lower The statety valve, is- th-feed lot. .  Th- .))..- f.irnierr e.'ho profit when hog ]11'i.  tills war a:; G-lll ! idi; .,!i on ii 1 lo -lo:-i f tiie eoiei f "T.ie t 'our! s a fi:':;.-!:;,y i 'ill of lis. Thai (,; Ui,-.  ,, , : is righting; lent of ihe g-m-iril pnMb -i .i ..... -� proilucini.'. ;.>,;i srvine v.ir.' i- nerel by the autocratic Kaiser. V.'ilhelm ; ,,,-| ,, 1 prctentft to be us great. a� the .ii-1 Uitii.-n. -:p Ihe i.oldier in ti^iitl!'; coa- iNLAND REVENUE V inaipfr.' Jan. 4. Inland revenue -oil !� iii� for vht: port of Wltimpf-); ie th- nioroh of Dei ember, i'n'l tntut-p-l ---ti; - :;.:;s as against f>l !-!.(:�i. : lor Dim - ,!.: V'Hi, an increar--- ' of i.'. it e-irrenl iigur-s ?S1^.�J0*> v.. r- <.).....ti -I on spirit.- and S"-;.7!0-.- i-l 'a! ii.-; = r:'o!e:e-'o. oiears 5,ml i.ri-lt- :-- ., .-l.-iiedi", V.'ai t-.\- i'�!.....ii< d to :; lr/ii.T.Ii and Lines .Sl.ic.t5. . - ^ HARDWARE CO. 405 FIFTH ST. SO., LETHBRIDGE