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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'HK LliTHBRinGK DAILY IIERALD PAGE NINE BIGGEST ROLE in Play of Nations is in the Future. Foracait Shaaghttuy MOM riling from York. NBW Lerd Shau- president of tho Cauadlan Pacific 'K ft 11 w a y, who sailed for on on the Knwuland, In ian 1 t o r 7 t e w, the follow- line 8taR0raont bit depar- ture: 1 "Though with sacrifices fcnd banding wlUi (effort in behatf ol creat Empire which she is >an Integral part, jCanadm's blnwt irote in the play of rn a 11 o ns is uot re o w, but in the .future. Bright jthough her record Iznay be, it Is only ia glimpse of what lie to come. Her (greatest oppor- tunities, although jiseeured through a- trylne present, [will be shown iwhen, with the settled, she jundertakca to as- sume the place ehe has fought for, Success will come measured by forethoueht By fulfilling (lutleo as pre- taented to-day. Canada will be able to reap abundantly oi the prosperity which surely not far distant, will brine. hUtorr snows Uiat wfcat have had to be rectified nave been due to short Yteion, and that the ijowto most criMdied Save becu of Between the two Is the comae of steady de- 'Telooment. Blind in the country been, to a extent, the guH- ilng star of the men who havo built. Specnlaiim hu been a ready growth in 0 groood rich beyond the dreams ot the most lawful. Calm, canaarvitlTe :baainea! awaclty bade the pioneers discard the thought of spanning tho with a tnuwKWHttaenfaU line, while bold built not one, but three. The success of the Canadian Pacific, the pioueer, urged others to reckten, perhaps, but then there were those who said the coojrtroetkn of taa Canadian Pacific was folly. "Canada's course Is the centre one, and to ehoaae to no easy tart, we do not wish to crump onr future by a narrow, limited imagination, neither do we wish to greatly oyer-defelop and thus render load we are now carry-: ing too great, it is aomeUmea hard to realize tnat-un the shoulders of the; present the material for the future must be carried. "Canada Is an empire in itself, fta population te not a fraction of what 'It should be, of what It Is capable of becoming, of what tt will be after the war. We are taking steps to prepare for the future, and are anticipating au; immigration that should be unprecedented in Canadian history. "When peace Is deotered Canada will naturally be looked .upon as the promised land by many ncoolea of Europe. She will be in a posHion toj iehooae emrefully. She need taie not hut the beat, and only by so selecting !her citirenshlp will she buUd up a nation eatable of performing Hie tasks 'which undoubtedly will be allotted to her. 'The war baa Mught Canad i self-reliance as probably nothing else -would, nave done. She has been forced to do rapidly and efflciently things which, were impossible. She has expanded commercially and industrially faeter: than ever before, and has confidence in herself to do tie things which she! formerly expected others to do for her. "In the same nmnner that she unhesitatingly mobilized the largent array that ever crossed the Atlantic, has developed a sea traffic on both the Atlantic and the Pacific that Is tremendous. This will undoubtedly fur-; ther developed, proving to be a powerful aid IB moulding trade connections; favorable to Canada after the war. i "Canada cannot go back. She expansion, otrt not to over-: elpanalon. Keeping within limits Justified by conditions has been hard. It. difficult In being optimistic to be not too optimistic, and here perhaps is the greatest problem. "In the past Canada has been too eager is now faced with the problem >of over-development in certain lines. "PoliUenUy Canada will undoubtedly take a more prominent part In the idestlnies of the British Empire than ever before. Sho will probably be asked ito become of the senior members of a firm In which before the war she merely regarded as a junior, bright, full of promise, to be sure, but. one ,on whom a full share of the burden should not be placed. The future Is 1 undoubtedly bright, but the advancement Is'fraught with problems Which, 'will require good judgment and forethought rather thau good judgment in 'afterthbuEht" ______ CARMANGAY (From the Mr A. Hollo, oC Salvador. Saslt., ar- rived !r. town llila wook to lake ovor the maiiiiecmont of tlio lumber yard of the point. Beaver Lumber Co. at this Mr. W. C, Hamilton leaves today for Chicago whom hr; will spend Ills holi- days. Ho will also visit his parents at Ontario, while 111 the Colllilgwood, cast. Jlr. JoreotiOll, of Tuber, will act as manager of Hie Bank of Commerce during li.s absence of Mr. Hainlltoi We are pleased to bo able to port Unit I'tp. I.n Verne 'Coulloiis who was reported "killiul in action" In the Calgary News-Telegram on Oct. 26th. is still alive and well. A letter from mill Is a recognition of lllrt val.ia'jle lorvlccs to the bunking house. Ills successor not yet lieun an- jiouncod, and In tho .....aniline. Mr. (JAG. Geudcs of tlio Ma- grotli branch, Is liiiikins after the Raymond branch, assisted by -Mr. Doty, the tollnr. It Is with deep ri'Kl'Cl Unit wo aro forced to record lliu death in I'Oth- hridgii ol' tlin roiir-year-olil daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ciwge Sueldul. The cause of Ulu child's death Was pncu- inonla. H was pliiyliiK aliout on Sat- unluv and was suddenly taken ill. Dr. CragK was culled in inn nothing could be done iind It passed away on Sunday. The I'unerat was hold Monday at tho public cemetery, Lethuridgo, Hisli'ip Orccn oit'lciat- Ins. The Leader is pleased to report the progress heiiif; made by one of wounded over the eye and that In.' is now in a hospital in England. His hUar5' be wholesome, satisfying meal pleased to know that he is feeling ever heard of it in the home where the housewife knows J Shredded Wheat In nve you can prepare a our talented young men, Lynn Lynn IB In Winnipeg working for tho 0. .I'. H. and continuing Ilia vocal studies under tho leading Winnipeg Uitor. IIo Is ono of the sioloistH In Westminster churcli, one of the most influential churches in thy He has made snvoral public appearanceH lately with marked success. Among his musical friends In Winnipeg is Mr. Jamleswi, former music and dramatic critic on the Herald, and now occupying a similar position on one of tlie Winnipeg dallies. There IK a movement on loot for tile establishment of a hospital at Raymond. Dr. Grecnawiiy, fully aiiyo tn tho mK'ilH of the community in this regard. Is lending Ills aid, while other citizens have promised their moral anil material support. Two families who moved from Raymond returned to the "old home town" recently, Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Stevens and Mr. and Mrs. C. P. R. MRHTHEFT A. Cooper, a C.l'.R. engineer waa sent up for (rial by Supt. I'cnaetatlicr yesterday on a charge of ,T quantity of bacon from a C. r. li. box car ut Taltowkl. The clmrge was laid by Special Agent Whlttaker of tho company's detective department. Mr. Hangell of the C. P. K. legal de- partment appeared for Iho company, and T. M. Tweedle anil W. S. Ball for the accused. Bail was (leorge O. Wrell. They aro both glad to to get back to Sunny South- ern Alberta where the big crops grow. TENDER THROATS readily yield to the healing influence of scorn fMDLSION It soothes the inflamed mem- branes and makes richer blood to repair the affected to help prevent tonsilitis JLk or laryngitis. SCQTT'S is worth insisting upon. Jujf Seottt Toronto. Ont. 14-ls The editor of The Sun received a letter this week from fte. Wilfred Col- j or work. lln, who Is located at Wltley camp in] England, in which he stales that Pte. Arthur Baldwin has been wounded. However. -Ml-. George Baldwin, his authorities and we trust Wilfred "listak011- RAYMOND (Krom tlu- Leader) Thomas V.. Ott is in Saskatchewan til's week having been called there to the bedside of his father, who is criti- cally ill. ..Mr. Belcher, former imumtrer of the Hank of Montreal, left Monday morning for Montreal, whore he will take a position of resiioiis'.bilHy in the head office. This is considered a splendid promotion for Mr. llelchor with Shredded Wheat Bis- cuit without kitchen worry For breakfast heat jn the Oven to "lc restore crispness and serve ot por lunch with sliced bananas or other fruits. Made in Canada. THE VOTE IN N. Bismarck, Nov. vote 111 only precincts out of is the largest cast for a guber- natlonai candidate Jn the history of North Dakota, and greater than the total ballots voted for both Hanna and Helstrom in 1912.'Fra- iler is now 57.992 votes ahead of MoArthur, his democratic opponent, and judging from the almost com- plete returns in the presidential con- test, his share of North Dakota's 110 000 ballots will be niorre than or more than all of the votes cast for all of the guberuational can- didates four years ago. ___ Presidential Vote Heavy With 25 precincts yet to be heard rrom, the presidential vote to date totals a gain of 25 per cent, over the vote for all presidential electors in 1912, when the total for the five tickets In the field was Wilson, with oul of 1978 precincts reporting, has votes to a of tor tho president, who a second time carries North Dakota. Four years ngo his plurality over Roosevelt was and over Tat't, 8.40D, but Wil- son's total in 1912 waa but votes. Burke Fains Little Late reports on the sensational contest indicate a slight gain for Burke, although .McCumher's lead is so great that there is no doubt! L. C. TEEPLE The Grocer Free Demonstration of Braid's Best" Coffees-Tomorrow (Saturday) APPLES Winter Banana and Orange Pip- pin. Box Rome Beauty, Winesapc, Spitz, Special Oranges, per dozen, 36o and 40c Lemons, large size, dozen 40o Hot House Tomatoes, per Ib. 20c Hot House Lettuce, psr Ib.. 35c Grapes, 2 Ibs. for 35c Braid's Best Coffee, per one Ib. tin 50l: JAM KING BEACH, FURNIVALL'S AND K. C. Strawberry, 4 pound pail 85c Raspberry, 4 pound pall 80c Peach, 4 pound pail 75c Plum, 4 pound pail 75o Apricot, 4 pound paii 75c Almond Paste, Ib. tins 35c i pound t ins 65c Flavoring Extracts, all flavors, 25c, 35c and........-----65c Spices, per pkg............ 10c Raisins, 15 .oz. pkg........ 15c 11 ounce pkg., 2 for..... 25c Raisins, Seedless, per pkg. 15c Sultanas, bleached, per Ib. 20c Dates, 2 pkgs...............25c Currants, 2 packages......35c Mince Meat, 2 pkgs....... 25c Holbrook's Malt Vinegar, bot. 20c CRISCO Small size 40c Medium size 75c Large size ?1-50 Van Camps' Soup, per tin 15c Snider's Tomato Soup, large tin each 15c Dominion Block PHONE 515 Fourth Avenue to his election. McCumber In precincts tms while Biirke has League-Increases Lead The League judiciary'ticket in yes- terday's returns materially increased Its lead over the Independent slate. The vote, with precincts report- ing, stands: Fisk, Spald- Ing, Robinson, Blrdzell, Grace, Hon. Joe Martin will te a candidate for mayor of Vancouver. YOU NEED to aid nature occasionally when your liver is sluggish, your stomach dis- ordered or your bowels inactive. Let this safe, mild, dependable remedy regulate these organs and put them ia a sound and healthy condition, BEECHAM'S PHIS 3-U Anr Medicine in World. Sold OTaWrwliarsj. labosM, WANTED DISTRICT MANAGER, wiA Hewlqairtm tethbridge FOR THE Policy Holders Mutual Co. Of Toronto. The Company' Where 1. Each of Insurance carrlet vote. 2. Where the rates lower than for policies in other companies. 3. Where the abstainer! are kept in clan. 4. When the policy holder has the privilege of a free medical examination yearly. i. Whera Premiums can be paid monthly, quarterly, half ysarly or yearly, the Insured wlshtl to do so. 6. Where profits art distributed annually. A GOOD CONTRACT OFFEBEP TO THE RIGHT MAN. Address: W. E. CHADSAY, Provincial Manager 411 Agency Building ,.i AN OPPORTUNITY TO BE ECONOMICAL "HOME-MADE" USE DELICIOUS Peanut Butter 3Oc That's ail our "home made" Peanut Butter costs and it's both delicious and nutritious. Your hoys and girls will enjoy your bread If you use this delicacy. Everybody likes it and see How economical its use will enable There is nothing more "tasty" than good fresh peanut butter. And there are so many tempting ways to serve It, that it never grows tiresome. ONE SMALL JAR OF PEANUT BUTTER IS EQUAL TO TWELVE EGGS IN FOOD VALUE. TEN CENTS WORTH OF PEANUT BUTTER WILL PUR- CHASE MORE THAN TWICE THE PROTEIN AND SIX TIMES THE ENERGY THAT COULD BE BOUGHT FOR THE SAME EXPENDITURE FOR PORTERHOUSE STEAK. Information given above, taken from U. S. Government Reports. Bulletin No. 332. Only 30c a Pound-' FROM T. H. Keith MANUFACTURER OF DELICIOUS POPCORN AND CANDY THIRD AVENUE BESIDE P. BURNS CO. "QUALITY" GROCERIES Attractively Priced for Saturday Buying Logan Berries, per 20c 15c Oranges, Sunkist, doz. 40c, 50c Lemons, large size, doz. 40c California Grapes 20c Green Peppers, pound .....20c Lettuce, hot house, per Ib... 35c Florida Grape Fruit, 2 far 25c Celery, B.C., crisp, per Ib. 10c Cucumbers, each 18c Sweet Potatoes, Ibs. for 25c Cranberries, 2 Ibs. for 25c Onions, cooking 8 Ibs. for 25c Onions, Spanish, Ibs, for 25c Table Figs, new season's. Ib. 25c Table Figs, per package 15c Rsisins, Fancy seeded Gold Bar. 16-oz. size. 15c Evaporated package Seedless Raisins, per pkg. Sultanas. New season's bleach- ed, per pound 20c Currants, per package--------20c Clams, No, 2 tins, each.....15c Roast Pork with dressing, per pound Boiled Ham, per pound 40-j Fruit Cakes, per pound 40c Chili Sauce, Donalco, bottle 20c Olives, pitted or sliced, bottle 3Qc Pickles, Libby's Chow Chow or Mixed, per bottle 20c Tea, Kerr's Special 40c Tea, DeckaJulia, per Ib. 60c Coffee, Our Ideal Blend, fresh ground or bean, three Ibs. Honey, Airline brand. No. tins, each 75c Jam, Apple and Cranberry, per tin..................... R. C. or G. W. Soap, 2 pkgs. 45c SunllgUt Soap, 11 bars for 50c Pels Naptha, per carton 70c White Naptha, per carton 45c Goblin Soap, per cake 5c Brasao, Liquid Metal Polish, per tin Powdered Bath Brick, tin 1Qc Mrs. Stewart's Liquid Blue, per bottle 15n If you require a broom in the near future buy now. Prices will advance about 15c each. Old price 56c, 60c and 70c Jams, pure fruit, new season's. Strawoerry, Raspberry, Black Currant, No. 4 tin K. C, or King Beach brand, each fB5c Asparagus. Griffin's California, New season's. No. 2 tins, each 35c Hawaiian Pineapples No. 2 tin, each Gold Bar, 25c Hunt's staple quality, No. 1 tin 20c Marmalade, Wethay's pure. 4 No. 65c Tomato Catsup, Heinz or Snid- er's, per bottle 30c Pickles in Bulk: Heinz's Sweet Mustard, Sweet Mixed and Gherkins, per -pint......20c Jelfo, six packages for.....55c Custard Powder, Home's cream, per tin.................. 15c GEO. KERR CO. Family Grocers and Provision Merchants Phone 1453 and 1365 N 313 Fifth Street S. Just a Few Sacks ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR Cash (Delivered) Western Mercantile Go. PHONE 1724 ;