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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta N PAGE FOUR -THE JLETIIBRIDGEi DAILY" ITERAtD . Xetbbvlbge. Hlbcvta DAILY AND WEEKLY mighty arid nlinost aiLctnpts to ordpf tlio AlmlRhty's course, "Gr nirge of Eiuf-J. lau*r on > thi! IqjJ^or hnml.. I'flleves ip* GoM anil prayer nnil he asUs hiss poo-' j plo to n8�enible,iU pniyor nnil bcsp.ech j OoJ to blrss Riu^ oiuieavors in thisV striigx'p- ... Proprietors and Publishers j TJio Ardiliiiiliop of Kupt'rf.-: T.aml THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD PRINT-. eniphasiiios two fealuVes ol the. KliiC's proc.,a,,,,K,., The. tOn. expects W. A. Buchaiinn I f^frst to pray for ,'clear-slgli(eii- ' President and ManasiUK director i "ps ami strenRtU necessary to tho John Torrance � - TJusIntsi Mnhager  victory r oyr cause.' It h;is lipen _.,_\- - Icaid that this felicitous -phrasn �triU-c? I the rijrlu no\k and the very one that ^PICKED PA SSIJV G tubImsv man SATUnDAY. JANUARY 5,1018 TELEPHONES Ottico .......... Office .......... Business Editorin! Subscription Rateai Dally, (iolivered, per weolc , Daily, dclivereti. per year , Daily, by mail, per year 1252 i ^^'ill help us niost. at tliia period of 1231 i the strugRle. AVe arc fixUorted to ask ^ ! definitely for Victory aiid in. a spirit I of , rovoront obedience to plead tor i C.ort's blessing" on o\ir endeavors to ! secure it. Surely that Is qu'eciseiy [what we'iuost need jnsi.t i\ow. While ' ; we have nbundanf *i)ii.'idenco in tltn ________________ ......._____ .10'ultimate ls.sue of thg. war. tliu loaK-hV. S. West as iii.nyor .. .$5.00 drawn-out agony of it is trying and I --- ' - .. .?4.00 weariuK. .-Vny athleiknows that j J. P. EarnRoy has boon i-e-olucted MarlQ CorulH^nhe novollst, ^yas fined In London, tJug-.^r hofti-Atng'sugar. Mji}\or a. Greer, of CobottVgi \yas reelected by acclamation:' � An csB fiunlne is feared in the J'hit-ed Stales. " Ex-Miiyor Hor.ry and family, of Kd' inonton ara spending tli� winter in Victoria, H.C.v, " The old council was^ rCiurncd ,hy ,nc-damatlou in Woodstock^  Ont.-r".vith- . Mayor IJarryiHur^niy; of Port WIU liain. was'i;o-ele(:ted; ^ Port Colbonie, tint., rorporuted as'a town. has been In- Weekly by mail, per year .____$l.a0 the last lap, the last spurl, njakes the ; tor a fourth term jis mayor of 'ivenora. Weekly! bv maiX per rear to t.S..$2.00 i severest call npon the phy^icnli Onl, --------- strength. The king admits this when | > i .- Dates ot expiry of sflbscriptions ap- he declares tiiat >ve arc now enter-!.. It is ftnnonnceil that Kxplprer Stet- pear.daily oiv address label. Acceptance^ btpaners Lfte:- expiration date. Is our authority * to centinue the sub ScrlD.Uon. ' .. SLAND ESTABLISHES A,liSI ROOM IN TOWN {From Our .Own Corrcspondont) bow Island, Jiii/ 3. - Tho holidays have oorac ahrt g/no and we almost forgot to wrlto inis. On'Cltr(stmrta Kve tho UnloifcSundpy school h�d' thellr Christmas' treS 'arid. I i'.oneert In tho United church. The i program conslatcd of songs, dialogues The BrockviUe city couiic|H>at4, boon if,,,,] .reoltatlons and the cliildron took .'U-cted by .icclaimulon.-wlt^ J. A.' u,eii-pnrts yory wnll. At tio close of Uerh.vshlro as miKVxr, ' %�  , tho progrann ^nnta appoarftd. on tho V > ', scfeno and as usual lie received a hoar- The tiowmanviUo town counclKwns ty welcome from tho little tots. After entirely elected by acclamation, with'-(iiatrlbtitlng tho bags of candy, ntits, - Provliiclul (ronauror McGarry of On tario. donle.'i-(bSt.'lie' intdndu r.pti.r' ins. , * .John K. Mitchell as^ mayor. lilcoi) Montreal have cut'oft MO ing 200. e Oominisslonel's li[iior licenses, leav- I'kranian-and KiUhonian farmers In Saskatchewan Buhsiribed 110,000 In tin hour to erect a .I'kiJinian college. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR ing on the last aud most difficult! aiisoji and lys party'will winter on phase of the war. and. like a good! HerschoU Island, f--  leader, he bids us brace up' ihe sin- i -^ , ews of our physical stamina and llUo 1 It was decided in'uriler to save-coal i _ , , a spiritual leader Svho beiieves_ln Ihe I sttpply to close down the pnrUgmou-1 Kdmonlon begins the ..^New Year sovereignty of God, ho bids us 'turnlaj.y library at'OttaVa. ' ' i witli $6,irii;.171.01 of taxes owing on ; to that God whoso prpniise is "bo j  -! cily property, fulinost a million more Dr. Michael Clarli i.\:vs mem-' than at the beginning of last year. olc, he started off to visit other idaces. No admlealbn was ^ ctmrged but ore tho National Anthem .was sung a col-lootlon wttti taken up tor tlio Halifax llollof. , :- .......4.X.~: CJiilte tt niniiber of our.iiBpplp-.ijt'p, taking advantage of the low^ra^oa-to tho coast and have gone tp. �spend tho winter there, . A Rett�Rooni.'iU ,'. Bow Island can now bda'st'.ot n to'st room, ^llore the/ Womoi�*li'institute hold the'monthly meeting. Itis open; all tho day for any who wlah to sit' and spend a nulet hour. In _thp,.pvon-ing from ,fi to 10 IV is opeuTfor'thtj uso of the men who wish to ajt.atid road. It Is well suppIRd wltli r'oa'ding mot-tor. .' " ' ., "' � Tho Red Cross spolety also ineQt�oy> ory ^VodnoBday in tho rest room,. ;0n the night Of DeclTtH a pony given rby: Mr. I, James to the Ked Cross^i'flddiety whs aubtionod oft. Thd pony-brought $45. - 'C , ^, > Oiv New Year's ova a mascitioracle hall hold In thoa.O.O.F.jhttU. It was well attoflded. There was unite a variety of costumos. Prooeods woni, to the Uod Cross society. ;^ ; . ' Waddlnfl - Announcement cards have .reafchot this city of tho inarrlage ot Mr, Sutb orland-Jones to Mlas Mona Bo Itbss di .Xrnas. Da/ at Uod Bluff, California lind also of the marriage of Mr. 3 Archambault to Miss Helen' Jones oil tho same day at Rod Bluff. Mr. ant ^ Miss JonoB were former residents. oi this plaao. . The home ot Mf. 1, D, James,' wos' of town, wna iiivfldod by'a Jolly crowt of Bpw Islantlers last evening. Tht tlino ytM ploasanily spent with cardi and riiuslo. Light ratrcshments wort served'otpildnlght after which the l^iiltBts, departed, nil agreeing that Mr txridi'MrsiJ.ames were Ideal host ant' hOBtO^B, ^ ' .-R,.Q, Graham, l^rlnclpal ot GanAno quo,'High School more than twentrl yoars,'"has resigned, to enter tho oftic( of thO'Comtnlsslonor of Taxation, 01 ta^yh.�'  - ' ! strong-and T will be wJth'you.* k Our. Turkey offers free use ot the � Dar-! first duty, then, on Jnntiary 6, lit the Turkev otters tree use oi xue uiu-. iirst uuiy, men, on .January o, in uiBjber tor the Red Deer ridltjB tor the j  danelles'and asks the removal ofVthe i view of om- king, is to pray dei;tnito--federal house Jjy a ;^ii!ajorlt>f 6f 1,23'> ^ "l danelles an(t asKi, tne lyvfor, victory and tor the .striingth to i over W.F. P>frer ancl by a majority.of 2si�,_ ^ peace ^^^^ j,^^, ^^.^^ ^^^^ opponetits Tftis is upon . nu terms offered to the nusBJaitB. Tbe ; ^yip'tjj terms are made knovs-n in today's dis-.patches. The Austro-Germnn peace "Our second duty Is that of Mianks-giving. The struggle is liu.nng so pro- FVVtJLTS OF THE NEW FACTORY ACT much unspeakable awfulness that we delegates, returning to Brest-Litovsk jlj;;^^',,^"^"^'^^ accompanied by so-\h rbsnme negotiations with-the Russians found no one there- -to greet titi^ai. Russia, asks tlie transference otthe confe^^nce.^ Stockholm, to' Wbich the Germans have notagreed.. jihb civilian vote'alone. Two C.-\Jgary Greeks. James Condon "11. Theakston, one ot the oldest citl-ens of Halifax, diod suddenly. For a (iiarter of a-riJentiiry he'was secretary ot the Y.M.C.A. .\ccording to ;lnformatlon-which has' and William PundnS.p're chargeii with ' readied Calgary, Lieut.-Col. P. .1. 1 committing an act df-troason,. 4t is: Daly,' of Calgafy. is now definitely may be disposed to forget the great-1 alleged they seivj nvmoy, to relatives in command of a brigade of Cana ness ofithg mercies�which have been;In Turkey throtigfi Sifscle� : at the time, was M through the legis--i"Bhthig.^^^^ ----- .^.i- .....,,,=on,,,uiv.;J''."P?�?�^'"'SSle^vlth-,a power!) dians'ou the western front.' Rev. E. Hodsoil,- pastor of St. Gobrgp's church. Saakatoori, walj ap-�pointed to succeed to the fiJtalstry of t'hrist churcl/'Saskatoon in- place ..of kav. P. W. PuHlnpor, who recently resigned to go tOvDelroit. . -r ......' , ' ! As a result'vof the resignation ot At a meeting of tM-dircctors^ of ;!ie I'remier Morris of Newtoundlantl three lature too hurriedly, and consequcnuyi: .j^-l^j^jj^ '.^^^ ^^^^ preparing its blow.'Northern Crowu * BaiiK,-,;. Siovcl members of the cabinet have retired, without the serious consideration that,, for more than a generation. The! was ei�cteilvic"e-ti-esliient of tile bank Th^y are Uicliard Squires, golonlal it vvdrranted. Its purpose is good when-j danger, if less.,present, is not yotrc-Jfto succeed J. H. Ashddwn. '^Gp'orge secretary;' John Bennett, minister of. oiVne fn Ttrntart thfl workers Vol i'"'>^'8d.-Couirage in the field and loy-ilFishBr ot the Bcottlsh Coroppratlve militia, and Michael Gibbs, julnlstor K, afps co proceci iub Hurnc . - ' ally at .home- are still needed'in!. Wholesale Society was elected a dl- without portfolio. It is not soundly constructed aegisla- jj^^jjjj^^^,^^^^^^^ , j _ . � ing thanks fpr mercies realized  al^j . . - . '^ The latest report from West ,Kd-' ways comes before,peUtions tor furJ] Capt. T. M. Cornell died^suddenly ,,onton gives Grieshach a lead ofiias j ther mercies." 1 trustft|ierefore, that': a'Ganonoqite while taking a bath. Ho - , -.^^-------- ,., the � '...... ' ' " ---- tlon. There is too much 'dlscrimlna .tlon.ia It. Many of the most'substah-tial concerns in tlie previa*:c guffei* Hon. Frank't^liver with only :%ttoBS*_musf clBBe''at''ceten'Ti^^ In prayer 4o the Almighty,'! order/,to conform with the act w-hile; and''knowing, as'we :db; that we "are; certain other stores can keep open Ins-aging a war In a holy 'cause, wclS northwest Canada, 'An.-epldemtc Pbeo)d� and pneumonia All- Americajr citizens. Wsfding 'in-lT^optiall.the.toaw8en.v-Glty hospitals fill------.^.^j earn more ed,-whi(e many otaers-were ill in their �\rr.rr,rm�f-ir h q fi i'""''f"" miner; JViHifym-; Po.well- a well-MtCormack, D.S.O., ^^j^^^^; j,,,,f^j]-rg. oan Cdates. ' ; has been recommoiided-toV the_ Vic-� toria Crd.'is -for. gallantry. Ig rs�cuiiig ; "^GUR health', your comfort and your economy for the coming months will de-pend tq)on an efficient heating equipment in your home. With coal steadily increasing in price, the proper heating apparaitusv^ play an important p�rt in your economy budgiet. A furnace or boiler tbatydelivBrs the maximum heat unit* put of yowr coal eupply can save you m�ny dollars in coal bills and doctor bil!s.yFlrat economy ts'always the best. Let us examine your furnace or boiler novy. Probably, with a small (repair expense If can .be made thoroughly efflclejjt. Or, If you need a new equipment lit us estlmatein Installing it for you.  We will ' show the most modern and improved, heatino syBtems-'produced-such' as consume a minlmujpi ef coal and furnlsK an evenly distributed easfly regulated heat throughout the'house. . . WALKER &.HOLBERTON PLUMBING, HEATING AND GA8FITT1NG." 'PHONE 521' anil straightening in.order;to be wdfi-i christian reiigion_^ J�ru8a!fjn Is treed ,'flva'nien from � Wac^fne ,Ean":cri>te able and fair to eyerj-body. ^Thera" is J from't'he'TurksrA ChTlstian nation has'f'"?^*!^.''''!'- .'t^ was %oimded,In;four gocd-. reason for deinanding -tliat .the act should not be placed in operation , ,oub iis uur jueaia m mis war 'areTijloydiiiinsteriarid i'at-one time w'as until it has been reviewed aiid're- high and^oly, and so lon^ as we have'! mayor of that-town. -He y,fent Over vised by--the: legislator^, Vho, brijhghtj arr'ayed'^^alns't'us. nations that seek', ^'^"^ '"''"' ^ �V^'li'inipe^-.utilt?;' tlie hiea'suft Into existence in the dying,* hot peace a^a exait war, .and .faattpns 'dsya-of a ses'slon. ' ' ' - K^.-.------ v i I possessed it' and will preserve It'^As � i-'S 'MS-.-eiigagiW. ''tiBUt Mc- m - ,- ,, 1 . ^1..-. ; Cormack formerly-was a rancher near! Kg  .long a^ our ideals In this war 'arefT.lpydipinstervarid � at-""b H'y^ ^-f^" �j _ � XHEKING'S CALL to iPRAYER J "To my people: The worid-.wide - struogle for the .tfiumph of right and liberty Is entering upon its ^ii'st aiid most difficult phase. Xhe enemy is striving by desperate assault and subtle Intrigue to per-petuate*~the Wrongs already com-inltted|(and,stem the tide of a free civltliatlon. 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 . day of prayer that we may have the clearsightedness and strength �necessary to the victory, of..our � cause. , This victory will be gaim ed only lf__we steadfastly remember the responsibility which rests upon us, and In! a spirit of reverent obedience ask the blessing^af ^ Almighty God upon our endeavors.-With hearts grateful for the dl- . vine guidance which has led us so far towards our goal, let us seek to,^p enlightened. In oiir under*.. ::,'�tsnri'itio,-ahd-fortifleid-^lirear courage in facing the sacrifices we may yet have to make before our t work is done. .1^ therefore, here-.* ^ by appoint January 6^ the first Sunday of the yeari to be'set asiSe Major Morris ^cP^t, itjsi'glveii''the that destroy! Ciir'istrans to countless ; D.S.O., is a son Of �*/r,'-J''uiu^,^^3^^^^^ jfied that we are on the side of rifht p^hen thp:regimeift OTrt\^ff^a^^^^ and can beseech His lilessing and l.was transferred lo'-tU'e ^fftbii^.^ptor favor without apology for the part we -"^'aphine Gu^ unit'wHh^tUe- ra^nl^- of >,o,o *,i,on 1,^ M,, �o,. Uetrtettant. He went:-tp-England",j^-ith have taken In tho ,war.. 1 Canadian c6ri\ihgent;lp-1914, and has been on-active service, ever as, ai special day of prayer and thanksgiving In ail the churches ^throughout my Dominions, and require that this letter be read at the services held on that day.- sugars drops In price, a .heading Uince. Pr(;;;:;Vi,;;;; llriitd^li^c^ptX^s 11= ,= TijQ more drops' the mer-! rank, and later to that of major, have tells rler. Nelson Spencer may 'hiva to come hoine fey way" of the United Sta^^es. He might be Bourassed it he came through Quebec.. been.the. reward fbr'^his sSrvicfes. - GROW WHEAT /TO 'T-HE--LiWfi'n OF feAFET^j'� I Jt that river of ours .doesn't;freeze up-, good'and deep, the brewery may - - ___......,,^, ., find a new source of revenue in oiier-[j," wheat^prod'licjng condition, atlng its artificial ice plant ..... The-nian whS Has '-good -ivhedt fund and who lives In 'a' fllsirlfct,.where wheat will rJpen. three years jaut of four, "is justified In. speqializing in wheat raising to the extent that it is possible to grow whe'at ;apd keep his Why live In Pawaon In the search I-sooner > will "wheat-6lt'knfe35"::t8pt in. [for gold and almost freeze to death i^^-'^^^e the., rainfall _li8;.flig)ift"}:!t jvhen y.ou caii raise sheep in Sunny''^'"IL"",' of hu'mus limitetl'and sum-southern Alberta..,d make money ..^^^'^i, ToTSl V^l ."iTif i fast as .a Yukon l)rospector. j out serious detriment, Imt In proper-' l! the'rainfall and humua increase .fltasicaJledtUe "Abe" 1'*'^ ^cpsiiUy forjaiitajlip^allow-^: On Wednesday, Jan. 9, Frank^ 0^ Waddmgton by public auction At iO a.m. and 2 p.m. Uncoinpftlil^ah^d. mons. He wa!& a plain, honest man, and like Lincoln, a man'-of\the'common people, ever friendly to the com-raoh p^plp,-' -j/ - . GEORGE R.I." ' Prayer Is one ot the touiidation8"o|i '|rue religion. Oii'r King > helleves irt , prayer, and thp people of the British "Empire believe in .prayer'anil b'p 'the.King calls upon the Empire to ob-ervp the first Sunday of tho Now [the farmer and the soldier An Alberta farmer was recently j heard to say: "No more swine grow-jing for nie. I raised forty head last year and I could have sold tlfe grain for-?�00 jriof6;'tHan I gpti.for.thp hogs, because jbt Ihe .^buyers' stride last ^weplt., X;'got'vay .and-lild; vi'No,' more' t|ghtrh^!''for''%e;': I'Avas in- Cambral last vvoelc and got hurt. I've been hit ........ onco and know when I've got en- .,ijYear;--thai^ Is, simorrow, as a dayof [^ouglf;" '"" ' > prayef^ "jThe King-is a I'iau of (alth. ^^^fee believes in* thP justneft^" ot "our use and ho declares that that etiuse ill not -win uatil^God has pnctipned Ictorj'. S&'he calls upon liie citizens the Kmplre, to' pray t,o God that ictqry may come through lllm to the ilHpd'prmlos.! Compare this (nimhlo , ,,,,^^ iitude^f thp democratic ruler of the | guagti of irJtlBh\ Btqpir9�wltU the � almost''die-5|tft'torJul sAsoeltttlou oil (ihe Almighty's' '*-fimo ^v^^'M'''^.*'*''!''^'^^'^^'?"^" Kaiser the'i'autooratlO'' Kaiser, �\Vllhelm N. -'iVe soldier who undertook 'to aei I on"that kind .ojt.ieasohlng wouUl bp I tj^lton put aiid shot, V?Bausp he .is .exji pe'cted ip Irirget hlmseif and to'suHpc Imd, if iieeil'.ue, intersproa"}- between cropB ot. wheat;- orwheat >ick' land is sure to: fpllaw-,-The only-sure way tO"*el^.^of these dx-cpodB !lpfcal retluJr.fimentB'tl^o , price gooBV 'tlortvn. During' a grain.'blockade :or/a' period ot car sh'qrtagA, prices. ranfee' still lowet. The'Hafety viilvo is-.-^the feed lot. . � . ' -V ,-i fThe dnly tfrmern who ifrofit when' hog prices are high arBtUtjae who^iiive hogs to aell. , y , ' -,^  .--^^.^ ;! inland;revenue ' .�< wlnnipcK, Jan, -4.-inland revenue eoliocildna for ^he poi't Of Winnipeg in the month of Decppiber, 1017 t/Ual-led ?24'l,S17.;iS 3� against H*4,6^'t-83 for Docnmbor lOlB,' Ah; ,'"1pcrea�e'; of $100,132.65 � OI the curr(!ht('II�t)rB6';P18,()l}S.5fi were collected �oii-apii'lt?: and ?8,7&8, 01 on- mtilt,' Tobacco,''cigars nnd;-Cig urotteti-ruuliKeil $l,4i();()2.  War taJes AT HARDWARE 405 FIFTH ST. io^, LETHBRIDGE BARGAINS BE ON amoutiiod to - $13/137.73 ttiwl eft yiies  1 . No Rieserye 1 t'r X'" 5991 ;