Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1018 "BRINGING UP FATHER" THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THRKa G. McM anus POR ONCE WAS ME THI^> HAT WITH THE EAR -MUFF-b ON COLLY - ME E^*� WOULD H/WF_ ^oZBs �v r i*-" I & I Ci nt H AS/� THAT ^HCo on s-- z WHATbTHAT XOU roAtD - i ^^to - I saw \ou This mcrnin ^ HOLLERED AT you rot you did^-t mea^ me ^ i V;At nrn vou TO JOiM ME ir~, A Q.UART ' ,____ r - Wuz NEVER Rl the Lethbridge Trades and Labor Council, the mayor, the press of the city, the Federation officials and all others who had helped to make it such I a great success. I TWIN BROTHERS "Things equal to the same thing are equal to one another."-EUCLID. \ h Euclid did not smoke, but we may deduct from his philosophy that the DAVIS "NOBLEMEN" CIGAR and the high-grade "imported" cigar are TWIN BROTHERS, because they are both made from the choicest Havana Leaf, by skilled workmen. The DAVIS "NOBLEMEN" (2 for 25c) is 50 PER CENT CHEAPER because, being made in this country, it escapes the heavy duties which are imposed on imported cigars. Prejudices are something like the spots leopard, are hard thinas remove, but one trial of the "NOBLEMEN" will prove to the smoker that it is equal to any 25c "imported" cigar on the market. S. DAVIS & SONS LIMITED, MONTREAL. 399 The Retail Trade supplied Hired from out 'Oaneouoer and Winnipeg Warehouses, insuring prompt service and prime condition. GO INTO EFFECI have such a grave matter decided by such agreements as the one in question. Mr. Phippen then asked for leave to enter a cross appeal on the Crows Nest agreement and the request was granted,. (oontintjkd fhom FllONT PaOB) >f any objection to the status of the Manitoba government, he had been iskerl to say that the firm of J. 11. Vshdown Hardware Company, as rep-�esenting the shippers, had consented o have its name associated with the pph'cation. Mr. Phippen, in objecting to the application being granted, said that an ppeal to the supreme court would, , , uuse a delay that would have a seri- at present," said Mr. Hyndman. -Equal. London, Jan. 9.-While considering President Wilson's speech to congress a very fine pronouncement, Henry M. Hyndman, leader of the British Socialists, thinks it took a mistaken view oi! Germany's present position. "There is no democracy in Germany us effect on the railways. At least wo of the railways must receive ear-y assistance if they are to bo operated in the best interests of the public. Mr. Phippen then argued that there vas no legal ground for an appeal be-; :ause there wns no question of the .'ight of the board to fh; rates. Mr. Realty, on behalf of the C.P.K., uipported the views expressed by Mr. 'bippen and expressed the hope that should the application be granted, the order would become operative on the date fixed. Sir Henry Drayton said that it would be subject to any modifications that I might be made. In granting the request of tho Manitoba government the chairman said that it had always been the practice of the board to allow appeals on questions of law. While firmly convinced of the correctness of the board's decision, it was desirable, he said, to ity instead of mastery is just what the German nation will not accept. I think also the president misunderstands the position of Russia. The majority of tho Russian people and a complete majority of the constituent assembly arc not represented by the Bolsheviki at Breat-Litovslc or by the Leninite section in Russia. The Social-Revolutionary is neither disposed to surrender to Germany nor to have German or Bolsheviki tyranny at home." POETESS DEAD London, Jan. 8.-Dora Shorter, tho poet, died in London today. Dora Shorter, was born in Dublin, the daughter of George Sigerson, the biologist. She was married in 1S96 to Clement Shorter, editor of the Sphere. Collected poems were published in 1899 and new poems in 1313, 1 When I A 'I F � f THE SQUARE DEAL 1. GOOD GOODS. 2. PROPERLY PRICED. 3. HONESTLY SOLD. 4. PROPERLY BACKED BY SERVICE. If any on� of these sides of the so,mire deal is wrong, the deal is lopsided, and you can't use lopsided bricks ia build' Ing a structure. CAR from us you do not have to pay any more for parts than if you lived in Eastern Canada. We sell all Chevrolet parts here at the prices prevailing in Toronto and Montreal, which means a saving for you. BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OF THE CHEVROLET BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, Mgr.