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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta fAGt FOUR THE LETIIBRipQE DAILY 5IEHAIJ> TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1918 iitbbrlbje Deralb %etb�ri&ae, Blfterta 0AH.y7an0"wiEKLV . Preprlttora and Publisher* ' JTHK LETHBRIDQE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED KS eth Straat South, Lethbrldg* W. A. Buchanan PTMldent and Mauvglnff Diraotor lohn Torrance - - Bualnefs Manager Buiiineaa Bdltorlal TELEPHONES Otflca .......... Oince,.......... 1152 1224 ubaeriptlen Rataa: DaHr, delivered, per week......10 t)aljy, delivered, per year .....$5.00 Dally, by mall, per year ......|4.00 Weekly, by mall, per year .....�1.60 Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S..�2.oa � Date* of axpiry o( subscriptions appear dally on address label Accept-uce of papers cfte. esplratlun date la Br autborlty to centlnu* the lub* scrlpUon. THE PROQRMS op THE^WAB The centre ot Interest in peace lifjEOtiaUons hag tor the present shifted from Brest-Litovsk where the Oer-mana art endearoring to make peace with the, Bolaheriki, to Oermanyilt-dt where internal strife Is rampant t the present time over differences In piiace terns and foreign policy. Chan-cailor Von HertUng may resign at any time, but the main attack ot the militarists is being made againat Vo� Kuehlmaan', the foreign secretary for hli^oderate j^Ucy ot peace tvmB,.ia miich the aame manner as the atta'clr �WM made against ex-Chancellor Von Bethmann-HoUweg!lberty loans are made up ot the pen-ntoa and the. dimes and the dollars ot millions ot cltttenB,'io is the food re-8' the first Saskatchewan ..depot, battalion will be quartered IhJthe'MooSe. Jaw Rn^oiiry^ In tlie coursA :i�f the next feWaweeks. Rev. J. A. Huntley, Raptlst minlstorf charged Calgary municipal authorl* ties with breaking the Lord's Day, Act by allowing golf on tho municipal course on Sundays. David Wright, 40 years a resident of Bnieison, M.in., Is dead. He had been mayor, customs collector rnd registrar ot titles, lie was born at Flesh-erton, Ont. The Illinois Central Railroad and 28 other railroads by an opinion of tho U.S. supremo court lost their light to have the Illinois two cent passenger fare law set aside. | Word has been received In St. Mary's of the death of John C. Evans, son ot W. J. Evans, ot that town. He was drowned off a British battleship. This is tho second son of Mr. Bvans to give up his ll(e.'forhla country, Lieut, (Dr.) W. h, E^rans having been killed at tho front about It y�ar��b.' Toronto la almost without a drop of milk" due to'the snowbound railroads and colintry highways following the severest blizzard that has atruok Ontario for-many yeai-s. Bxcept kt night' irid tor an hour at noon there: are I, h6'street cars running, in. Ouelph, and it Is more than likely that In other ^yays the demand tor power will have to be reduced. > in his Inkugtiral address. Mayor Church of Toronto .'said an increase Ih the taxrot^ wa^ to b^ expected this year an>l he.'aitid' tiiiSt ho new civic work ovolVing capital expenditure will be undertalcen.; I In many Oorrasin saloons'In' New York aliens' openly violate the laW and gloot over every � allied reverse, according to an irtyosllgatlng committee ot thu American Alliance of Labor, ' ; ' >.'' ' The C. N. it, and, i ubaldlary companies, sucli OS the ' C.N.H. Express and O.N.W, Telegraphs, have challenged the- Manitoba Workmen's Compensation ~ Act as unconstitutional,, i' ' --.^ Kingston Military District will bo called upon to furnish about 2,000 men tor the first draft under the terms of the Military Service Act. One thousand of those have been called. /� � � � * �  In a lengUiy preamble to: a notice of motion by Aid; Larlvlere, ot Mon- treiil, lijs staled that a pprttoh ot th� population ot Canada "has b�en bent upon the' task' of ' vllltyiBg,..the French-Canadian race," � i . Benjamin P. Cheney, of Boston, onca rated its a multi-mltttonaire, a widely : known yachts utan and buirt>and ot Julia Arthur, has mada an assignment tor the benefit ot bis cAiditoVs. T*^o raen have- been arrested a^ Bridgewater,. N.S., as deserters under the Military Service Act and some 26 residents at Blue Rocks, a� .* Klnraundy ,.........; l Embvee...... ... .J Blood Indian.........1 Howie............5 Delano ..'........,->... 0 HawKsdale..........0 MaplQino ... .........0 East Berry.......'J Excel.....46 U5 14 20 5 22 19 18 16 14 15 11 21 . 11 16 15 31 6 9 18 31 23 27 M 15 15 17 12 ii7 .3 9 IS 6 '�5 9 10 3 24 4-14 31 29 6 11 4 34 61 36 y 3 14 11 7 19 27 .)66 "~12 12 13 8 71 14 28 20 9 1 1 22 14 38 33 45 18 18 4 ,18 8 18 21 10 9 10 7 ,15 20 13 9 12 20 10 28  1 3 Ip 27 23.' 20 17 25 '8 24 19 19 14 16 30 7 12 25 . 10 11 12 22 21 14 9 13 37 30 36'' ,74 47 '." 36 sola 19 27  13 13. 17 29 4 , 7 4 2 6 17 3 . 7 8 IS 19 Total ... ...... ,.,460 3613 5698 Slfton's majority over Reilly.. 2088 Sifton'8 majority over Patpn.. BlSg Slf ton's ipajprlty over l^eUly.and . Paton... .1,/,.. 4Mi Take Soma Recdrds . : , ' i Home Tb-h^ht Can you think of anytf^ing that; will give the kiddies and their^mother.more � , lasting pleasure? - 4 : f * There are Columbia Records macle specially for children-songs and stories, fairy tales and quaint animal recitations -tjust the sort of/things the kiddies love. Columbia Dance Records are famous. There ^re one-steps, fox-trow, waltzes, popular songs, and military marches set to dance-time. Columbia Records are a (>erman