Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
JANIJAlW 1017.; THE LETIinmor.E llliHMJ) alberta PAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates'. Polly, nellvereo, per week r per year Bally, by mail, per year Weekly, by mall, year W mali' V' ycnr tQ lined 'anil aubmlllsd aycrs. r Let us repeat. At present. .YTO. aro cl opuosed lo tlio purohnso, neither re we in favor of. II. Vhat we .lo- dand Is Sur'.ter Ininrumttou (rum On ulhorlty entirely from prejudices mil local sentiment. Wl'en Hint Inforoiatlon Is fortbromlns i.id It Is nindo clear whether llio mine would lio a promaUe Investment or nut. Ihe lloralil will declare Its post "1' e meantime It will persist In demanding an Independent report lion. In t 1224 TELEPHONES Business "Omen Edllorfal Otnco.......... W. A 'Buchanan John Torranco Mtuaeing Director Business Manager JTaTes of expiry ot subscriptions ap- pear 4-ly on address Accept, tnce of after cur authority ronllnua the lion. Your Klni snd Country nstd you right now! Uen. Smuts ot Soulh Africa h been created nn honorary lieutenant colonel la Ihe Ilrllish army. Sir lluehes lias been firollnrly honors Sen. Smuts got his honor lor fighting Sir Sara must have boon given Iho rank for his talking. Colorado boasts that ono of her farmers paid for his land out ot his wheat crop earti year for the past 1! years. Southern- Alberta boasts of farmers who. hove paid for their bud about times over lu the past year. olorado has nothing on us. [THE PROGRESS (OF THE WAR Germany aii'vers the allies' r'ejee- ilon of tho pea'co offer, with Ihe "war to Iho knlfo" cry, and Iho allies ic- jpond In lum with prepavalions for ihci hlggesl effort yel In the struggle effort Ihnl will surpass even th peal offensive which has hcen la pro- i Rress along the Somme front. While Germauy still Is defying In I Allies, Austria, reeling from cihau ilon and privation, Ii desperately a -pealing for peace. The Emperor i J said to havo Eenl a' special emlssar i fq UlB Pope, but tho Popo has outlined bis altitude definitely lu the stat inent lhal he will cot Intervene, unle I the belligerents display a willingness Jo open negotiations, i batlle ,'along' lie' Rumanian front cohllnues with Intensity. Thu la'Las been'j definitely captured.by the'Teutons ito- Eciher with many, mora prisoners: The'cflpliro'ol'Braila will_.'necc'ssl- 'considerable -withdrawal "61 nussisn .defence lines. the nussiarisibaTC launch- new. offensive at the Teutonic Greece has rejected i certain ,o> inamlsi'ai. the .vigorously "cob.Unuance' K. Dennett was heckled In lout real the blarua was ntlachcrt to ho Liberals hy the Conservative iress. Now Hon. Rodolphe I.emleui Liberal, in spewing for Natlona Service, it lisa heckled. How would I he lo.blome tie Nationalists, ih Quebec allies of the Tories, for tho lieciilug iu both cases. It Is more lhau likely. urn Calgary News Telegram, while! declaring'thal U Is nol a very warm] admirer.of the lltlo business. BOOS .on Garnet was knighted. The News 'Feiegrani may lose some of ils ecstasy 11-It-.finds lhat Gomel wasn't ail; he was only created i 'Companion of the Order of SL Michael Snd St. George: There's a difference. The 'Eye-Witness Peer; G. Oilawn, Jan. of'peerages cl such, Blr Max Allkcu retains his flclal position' ss Canadian llncss, supposedly at tlio lioiil, bul ally lending lils own fencrs In dear 0 l.uuiioii. It is about lime Sir nx droppcil (ho pretence mill let a al newspaper imm luivo Iho Job. r' Max as Eye Witness IB a Joke id Ihe Joke la on Connda. iicovio have written In lo nsk hy Sir Mox was VVliiil ua'lillcallons had ho? Tlio answer lint Sir Mas got tlio Jol) because 0 wnntcil tii bn a safely-first colone ml havo a sorl of official status Ii ip war that would lielp him In hi oclal aspirations In England. El las guessed right when lie fiRiin hat being Canadian Eyo Wllne. vaulil help him a lol wllh Iho folk 1 Westminster. Tile Immediate. r( ult Is a peerage. Sir Max becomes Grain Broker s Directory', ils uioiium'cnlal Ijook in'to llio Cann- lan public sclioola us n text book, hut no joovcnionl had liol uyl very-far vliefl Blr Sum evnporaltd. Sonio foolish person nslo If Sli- lai had liny literary rjinilKlcnllons, I'lio cnswrjr, Is Ihni lie had from tl-ne o lime written a large nuinoer o( ir9Epecluscs which alwnya lirouslil ionic Ilio liacon. .'If Ihat Isii'l un-J ewer 'cnouEli 11 only remains lo say (hot Sir Max didn't ncsil nny nows- paper u newBpiiperinon's Job, hccauso lulciiddil to gel nn- otiicr noWBiiaiier ]inu to tlo It and ho wain'L BoltiB to cinbairass .Iho flehllng [rout wllli his presence any- how. Canadians had Idea that Iho Canadian' Hro' Witness woulil lie a Cailndtoii.wlio took an Inllmilo Ccnndlnn iuleresl In Canadian sol n'uil would tell .Canadians back PICKED UP IN? PASSING II prominent. It is now reported thai Prei St Albeit 'farmer, dted'al. Eiffionton ot Australia, may-resign. The Rcvillon stora- el Athabasca was destroyed by Activities of iW'I. W- W. losed nearly n-ilozen, lumner camps i Northern Vjrisnbrr the duly of Hon. Robert RdsefB 'to rebuke Sir Charles Davld- .rendering Judgment on'cases concerning.. Taen In public life. Sir Is judge; al-present draws a retired judge. Since ii'r" CBa3. igraa ideallnl vithlSir Sam lu'hei. and. sir. Richard HcBride, and 'sicion Mr. JGCl A, J armer died from injuries sustained when he was struck by a falling tree T REST .CASE Miyor" Hardle Is far loo sensitive for a man In Surely he doesn't expecl people to-alway; agree him and ..accept all-hi opinions as gospel [rulfi- 1 The Herald annoys him because demands .more information about.the; Joel A. a Onl. Ottawa has a report may become that Lord rmtish am ileared' s'uspicion, :.have _ piial Inlcfesi .in; the Ho-w- vfer tis conleiiiionJn'.llie.Galt case ('jbjiphj-Connor'' slrlkes put hard at rshlp. policy .followed war.began, he Fays, Is In; i the cause of ilhe acres with ,the_an- oassador lo Ihe Uniteii States. Geo. Arnold o! Oshawa, a one arm ej man, who assaulted a country con slah'.e, was sent to penitentiary 10 three years. The Ontario government ;says won't consider for moment chan ing the name' Kllcheuar back I Berlin. i Aulomohiles tilled" 72D persons la year on the streets and highways New York Stale, including New City, as compared ivlth 6G3 In 1J1 A. 'II. Brendt, fonner. 3tatp allor-1 lvas surc shooilng ey, was accidentally shot and killed lllat jlQX wouldn't gel nivay from I Bismarck, N. D. Uu-m with a load of kale like thai j ,.L'aj he didn't. On the contrary, (lie Mr. Ben. Foster, of Somerset, Man.. Tory parly'took him lo Ils bosom, al- icl one v.-cck after celcbrallng. dla.-l IQ b.uy a iwckct "horongh mond wedillng-. by contributing fivo thou- cnrrl ndunds to Ihe campaign fund, __ nds. more information about .the, d from ,he well coal supply and Ibe Grace mine; b relmed [rom Major C B. of Victor ormerly with the Jlounled Police lie Yukon, has been promoted on I of war" from'the rink of ca purchase. 'He'interprets that'altitude w as .meaning opposlUoji Ihe pur- chase. TVe conlend lhat more mation from 'an Independent" source is necessary In order that the citizens jnay fora an Intelligent opinion on Ihe proposition. .-.'.The Herald hasn't decider] whether tlie proposition la good or baa. I t twehly.peopla in Canada know the tfue-Elory ol Ihe battle ol lie liame; 'no raoro know Ihe Inie story of the flrsl hattle ot Ypres. By the censorship; Ihe first grip, the impacl of first telling, has passed forever; it can never be recovered by any writer When you realize Ihe -wonderful epics thai bate ibeeu wrillen and woven 'l proposition Is good or baa. It! Hal have ibeeu wrillen ana woven I ord Brunswick, thereby conferring, us no doubt ho will Imagine, dtsllnc- loil bolli on' his native province nml on: a very' gallant gentleman who died nl Waterloo. Tliero Is small about Max when It comes 'lo choosing a name to grace his new Anolhcr of Sir Max's nuallflcnllons Is that lie had 'a Canadian career Ho was among Iho first pereons In Canada lo teach the greedy money lo get together and form large snow balls with Increased momentum, en hanced power of gravltillo'n and many other advantages. He wn merger's inolormao, so to speak. H commlttecd merger on Iho sllghtes prpvocallon. Al tills game he maa a couple .of million dollars, which h look lo England because- U would c twice as far as It does her In Canada-we could never see Mo Ho tut a very small figure hero spile of his money. Wo had ru against his sort before nnd didn't ca very.! much for Ihem. i riul over In England Ihcy saw The allies destroyed 900 enemy anj bundle (inlte 'llcularly Ills bundle. Mas. lobk good In Ihe Toly narly which niak point of capluring moucy bees they arrive from the colonies roplanes lu 1816, Tlie nlecliold-holel .ol Spr! ul.. was dsslroycd hy lire.- OFFICE PHONE MANAGER'S PHONE SMITH-MURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG phone expenot If you have grain to handle. We can assure you beat price Hit market Will and give you courteous service and prompt returns, N. T. MACLEOD, MAr-JAGER LETHBR1DGE OFF1QE me whnl, lliciy waiiled to oul their hruvo boys, the balllr. cy'-.woio they fought and eg, thu" heroic dBcdo Ihey pcr'oimtul llio news, In fuel. Thoy lind the 0 llmt a BooO nowspaper man who lew tho'boys and understood Cana- an get a ecrles of ar- Idea out'ol It'thnt might bo worthy ''making afterwards Into' a book Well would be the Hind of Iho War or Canadians. an'Eye Witness, wllh a touch deicriptive In such n sci-lcs f which wnulcl rcmlml Iho anadlnlis that Ihcy iljil nol lose their lerBonnl' Wehllty whdn they plunger! Ilia thick of Iho fray, hut were icing followed wllh cldEO 'nnd Bym- allictio.rntcrpsi by an intolllgciit ob- crver .'n'h'q was always on llio Job- Eueli n'n'Bye Witness ivould have done raoro for recruiting than thou- sands of speeches. And such an Kyi- Witness ran silll do It II Sir Mnv Is given his dlsmissal'mnl a [irsl-rate Canadian nowsiiaper man put In bis place. There are u dozen Canadian uoiysparier men who wonhl do the Job well, and. two.or throi men who .could lio U splendidly. The newspapers con "Elilk Ihoir little Jealousies and tlecido best man, or flic gov- GRAIN liq'uElit hiindicd-cn Commission. ommissi v'6Bine day RETURNS, iiiade as ALL eheiiuca'l'jr Mils district Issued by 1 our hrlugo biancli, IN il-.rctt touch .with Euro- pean huycrd (hrnugh our own export iletartmenl. N'rji.'E bettor', equipped 'ia give you.sorvKo. James r.OI ohcrlac'i nidg.' 111 W. J. Lloyd, M'rjr; Rea. Phope 365 M.M. Clark, rtcsl. Hhonf 161J "-I them to their proper sU- san Dr John Edear formerly 'Inland elected him memher of- Parlla- ineni. After that 11 was. up lo Mai. AS Udon as ho could. he got rid of Ills r ractlso at ThTstletowu, 'dled'at To'- onto crnmerit might do It. It docsn'ljnal ter about his politics. .Only let him invvo Hie nose.'for news, Ihe induslrs o kcep'at ability lo write So far. frorri lettins any Canaillai lave a look-in al the Jou as hsslslan is-..lo Iho real corres p'oridcnl, who .would ilo nil the liari work all. tho. risks, it 1 notorioii's lhat. Sir Max lurncil dow the.appllcadons of halt a dozen firs' class .Canadian newspaper men twang Mayor hcen elected for a' second .term by the Kclamalioa. ;.__ U C prohibitionists dofnol lear he ias nerniitled to reslore IhBVll- '-M1'la'ge- chimes, which had been eracKen lever Queen Anne died, endow; in-'a new. wing lo the almsho.use, ipied by Mr. Herbert, giving a.silver cup as.a urke at Ihe The hnus Edgewalcr, n. C.r pletely destroyed by fire. estimated al S6.000. was fair, and _- l wblch fine, old. aln to major.- There Is a possibility that Hon. Tbo3. Chapais. a legislative councillor of Ihe province' of .'Quebec, may be chosen to succeed the lite Hon. T. C. Casgraln In the Dominion cabinet. E S. -H. WInn, Ihe new'chairman ol the B. C.' Compensation Board, .is tVQS com- ininga LHV.JI The try gentltmen, fresh.from the colon- 'les and with are QXpecled, lo do. nev 'J Campbell Morgan' liasj Thua did Max Til Into' hia place as announccdVhis intention to resigu-the Squire and when he went psslorate of lie Weslminster Cohgre- he did the- s lagBcrins galional London. His Had three valels, one lo lace hi .L in nT-nm-'ni-L- 'ODE were kicking" lliclf heels in London. Instead, Sir .Max turned, llio Job, or cji. iiafls of H as.ho cared lo un- rlaVc; UTa Lnadon newspaper cor- jpnlldefil wli'b his Lqn- li copy'and tlen'eil Sir Mas's name 'it- for Canada. This may have en good stuff for llic London nows- apers, but for Canada It was naxt rbf lo nothing, because It mentioned hVCanndlans. only in general Icrrns nd wheri' it (lid come lo special net -.....r the' names, identifying retirement ,U due to ovenvork- a Jawyer will b yer Y.l J e (5000. Jtossland.' His salary 'Tha two other mem reaches a'decision. All Lhe reporl we have al present Is thai ol tie mayor. .-.lit may be accurate In every detail, but Us already been dis- puted, which la proof that H is neces- oiler opinions on the value of tbe properly should be ollained., The mayor saya be Is prepared to 'defend his 190S report on Ihe pres'cnt cily mine. He' gave lhat report as an "expert and TFES paid for hla opinion, i Jn thai report be declared there was n supply ol coal available for tbe city .jwwer plant lor 3S years. 'To Ihe "ordinary layman that paragraph In his.report means Just what il says. when you speak of them in the same breath wish the itarne' and Ypres, and when you remember that Ihcy have lived lor thousands of. years, all down Ihro'ugh ihe" corridors "of time'-uiey" have come, and yel the fresh and vir- gin touch of'wonder, of gallantry, of heroism-which lies In Ihe story of Ihe baltle of Ihe. Mame and of the battle of: Yprej- llea covered with dust be- pf a focMsb'censorship, and can never he recovered by the nation In Ihe.fullest sense, for Ihe force of first Elllng las' gone from them, forever depailed-'-a force "ot first Idling would have stirred Ihe nation Wmr.n TYOUm aliutii ,.....u. li'ths heart, and which would have c-aused the blcod and brawn of Brl- 5 per cent, o Ihe employes salarj tvont In all wbn harl.heGn In 1110 crs II. B. 'Gilihour, ei-M.P.P. Van ouver and Parker1 Williams, 5I.P.P S'ewcastle, will receive-J4.COO each. In the Interest of-economy, ll.i proi-able the internmeal camps a letters and Ihe'r private .Tiiai'qplnloir. prevails..hero, lhat It lime 'lo'Cnri'ithls.'fafceVo'f.an Kyt whosq Kgo takca so much wll'riissing''IbBt-be caii'l-get away roni 'London wlicro the peerages are being distrlbuled. It- Ihe nonlen 'to stlroulale recruiting 'it -will speedily replace, Lord Brunswick with a humbler-bul more industrious rerorlcr who will not' give tlie 'war 'he absent Ircat- me'nt.il gets" from tie present tye Mtigsyon rrovides visiting nurses for mater- nity and all medical and surgical cases (cxcupL-conlnElous dlseascsl null'cliargcs according to tho clr cumatanoes o[ -the. paUeiils .duly provided.- tor fiiillier. parllc ulars apply to'Ilia Nnralps Mis sion. 113 S. Pliuoa 1233 (Miss) A. (Hiss) M. VVlWn.'Gra''' Bessie Cottk.-.Brad; Nurs other qualifications for the 59 oi Canadian Eye Witness. .For :ex- ample, he was a friend of ft. B. Ben- ncll'si who :s hl9 partner in an ele- vator combine which operates in the prairie provinces. B. kept plugging for Max, Just as.Max tnni nhizirine for n. B., ivilu the re- ROY BUHRITT MADE Y BUHRITT MADE BRIOAPIER.GENERAL lnliipes, Jani: Ilnrrllt. The mayor may find another meaning If he has II. Ibe Herald columns are open .for an explanation. Since he made n reporl esUmating a 36 years supply of coal In Ihe city mine, and since It 13 now contended, in defence! -ol the purchase of the Grace mine, thai the supply ol coal In the clly] miue is almost exhausted alter eight rears' operation, Is H nol natural thai a demand should be made for a report from anqther j expirl! The mayor- ,-eays en 0-xperf's report would rmoncy. It cost money to ret the report in-iyGS. 'work for the love of tbe Ihlng, hul II ils better to spend some money on an expert when considering an outlay.o than lo render a verdlc Without all the Information desired '-Tbe maror need not think hla en :.gineering ability is beln? belittled b Ihe Herald. Our view la lhal, unde circumstances In till Ihe mayor. nol ihe man .choulil make a report. Tbe Grac "jnlnc business, from Ihe day Ihe mln "changed hand's.until today, has arouie criticism, even .from Ihe mayor him rclf- The public Is'critical and wan Ihe'lnlWl Information before vollngj nppn (he proposition. We credit the mayor wllh a sincere i beiicf that the proposlllon la a good i 'one for Ihe clly, nnd surely It he I, thinks. Ef, ho -will nol object to Iho I.' (pinion of olher engineers bolus.ob- caused tie blcod and Drawn OL nn- v- Jain to rise to a man and say: "Tho land went to all who had-hecn In Ihe sands may fall, bnl yet we carry on." I company's sen-Ices for over a >car. A Natural Perfume "VTO perfume could be more pleasing to you than the clean, natural odor of Ivory's high grade ingredients. Ivory Soap is so sweet and pure-that to add a perfume to it would be "painting trie 0 CENTS IVORY SOAP (jjjjel 99W PURE FLOAT5 Piocler 4 CgTTiNe Fectaitt in HtmSton, Canada Vernon, D. soa of Ihe slice Clement. Soalh Carolina's child .....--i Sir Max is, of course, a conscription as Sir Sam Is-openly, and R, B. would be. If he wasn' i. --1 TvVr '-Which remind lldren uuder 14 years -of. age in alral.J of civII V.IMH reminu xlile eslablishments wenl Into ct- ug lhat n D. Is a3 a ct on Jan. 1 and employmenl of celerls. bout 2100 children automatically country as b.rMwar.Car.on Is for 3SLS or employment 12 yeara. J. C. Saunders, chief accountant of I Ireland. D. made his first mad rusn _inm n war platform. He was afraid. so" he Bald, that Ihe prairie.provinces abiwt to rebel. He himsejt FEMA'LE LABOR is SOUGHT Demand for ..--Women -Workers, in .Germany Increase. The "demand for female labor in Jermnny Is constantly on 'the In- crease according to repoils Irom agencies Hint -supply help. This in- crcascrt demand Is accompanied by In- creased ilom.in.ds for pay on the parl BO lhal many ol Ihern now-.Insist on nl least 50 pfennigs ar liour (somijthins under 10 The greatest, demand tor unskiilei teraele-laiisr has come from Its leatb cr'and-melaKlrailes tbal nlrciuly cm ploy thousands ir nol hundreds o Ihounsnnds of iuen whose presence 1 Ihe army la more and more desired Corresponding to the increased lie wild for women In the trades, there iaa iicen.a falling of of Ihe demand or domestic servants. Indicating an aslng simplicity In'living sland- Wl rormcrly who wni Ihfanlry hcfnre -Irte Invealmant .agent here, captalii In .the artd left for Ifanlry cnre -rte he fronl with ifii: (IrsJ- contliiBClll unjor, has been made oral under .Genera) ;Stcel's Junsdlc lion. Frederick Whillrllgc. noted railway lal'Jio'w York. loss, who rcslgncil lo become secrc- instead of civil war, ary 0[ the Canadian Hankers' asEo-U general election wh ch he LIJ latlon. Mr. Saundera has been in erals won TIiial is our va> rln m' "'an' ment since 1SS-. America It Is Ihe other way round. Capt. I-acHlan .cKlnnen. captain Btlll another the Canadian Pacific railway bo and river service, has enlisted for had In belnr Ihe active service.'-lie go to. IheUllh Sir Sam. on front as a member of Ihe Inland ser- the srol to J Ykc branch of Ihe London, his irac> for which a corns is being oncinked Kitchener and The H C Bovcmment 'has been heart to hearltalks wllh Ihe King and Ihe Pacific Greal: Kast all the other wonderful things AiwcUled Bo.ra of (Iw Royal Academy of Music Royal College oi Music UKilAMV. It Music MTWN Kli sourish livlnge wl.lfh is not unpicasftiil. Drink hot water every mornlnB to rli your sys- tem ot these vile poisons and loxlns, clso In picvcut their foriottlon. TO ftrl like youTiE folks eel: ilko yon fell Uaforo jour blood, nfcrvcs and muscles beoimc Eaturaled r.n ac- cumulation n( .hols'. .hogm Hih ibfrve all. keen It up.' As soap nniVhol water ncl Ihe sklnll cleifiElnc. ?c, phnsnti.-itft and h.ll waler before hrrA'srsM. on Ilia Eloraidi, liver, kluncy? aui bowclt.