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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1016 PAGE FOUn c, Blbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Ratos: Callr. delivered, per ween Dally, delivered, per year Dally, by mail, per year ........f-I 00 Weekly, Dy mail, per year Weekly, by mall, per year to TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager tho now taxation Is estimated at Tho Commonwealth Prices Adjust- ment Board has grappled with the high cost "f living problem by Mug maximum retail prices for groceries. Tho Commonwealth government Is now operatlnK 35 rnrco steamers and flvo large sailing ships. Some of theso government-owned vessels have al- ready loaded "cargo at Montreal for Australian ports. GOING DOWN Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- pear d. My on address label. Accept- anr-c of papers after expiration date is our authority to continue the subscrip- tion. The St. Thomas Times is now In favor of a coalition government. Rather late in the (lay tor our Con- servative friends to realize the need. The Edmonton Journal calls the Vancouver World a supporter of the Liberal party. It is just about as much a Liberal paper as the Journal, and not one bit more. King and Country need you KgM now' If Max Aitken. the cement merger man. hati become Canadian minister of militia overseas, he might have merged all the allies under the leader ship of Sir Sam. There are S161 automobiles owned in the province, according to the re port of the license department. That THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR !_ The extent and the importance of'means one car for every CO inliabl the preat allied drive now in progress tantE of Alberta. The Calgary Alber north of the Somme river, is testified (all thinks that with a littlu crowding to by Frederick Palmer, dean of; we can all have a ride. American war correspondents, who has just returned from the British front. Palmer has gained his impres- sion from talks with British com- manders and keen observation alon The government should finance all recruiting campaigns. The burden should be taken from the private citi zens. The system of recruiting h Canada has been wrong from the be .__..... ginning of the war. Why should the end until the war ends, that the mighty gOvernment name the number of meu forces that have been brought into panaSa js to raise and then fail to play by the allies will continue their 5ystematically direct recruiting? pressure upon the Hun defences until those defences have crumbled entire-j lp away. This will not happen this year, -possibly not next year, but it the battle lines. It is his judgment that the battle of the Somme will not progressiTe3 who won Woodrmv A It was ti he victory Roosevelt did not take all of his part; will eventually come to pass, for the by any means balance of power in every respect 13 [m Wg progressiTe now with the allies. i vote secnl.elli Wilson would It is announced that the British have further extended their gains north of Beaumortt-Hamel and Beaucourt north ot Thianval. and that German counter attacks along the western front have been repulsed. The Rumanians are stated to have News look uo its flies and made progress on the Transylvaman IJO led California or Washing ton. and consequently would not have been elected. Laurier forre a war time elec asks the Nelson News. Wil liOINGYEARS IE SPED frult-a-lives" Made Kim Fee! As If Walking On Air OBILUA, Our., Nov. 28th. 1914. "For over two years, I was troubled rith Qnutipatiotti Drowsiness, Lack oj Appetite ami Headaches. Ono day i siuv sign which read Kruit-ii-ti vea, mako you feel like walking on air." This appealed'to mo, so I decided to rv a box. In a very short limn, I jegun to feel better, and now f feel jute. I have agood appetite, relish everything eat, and tho Headaches nre gono entirely. I recommend this pleasant fruit jnedicine to all my friends DAN McLEAN. 50c. a box, 6 for trial size, 25c. At ull dealers or goal postpaid by Fruit- a-tivRS Limited, Ottawa, Our ship Is sure in sore distress; and there's no reply to our S, O. 5. front, and the allies are threatening the town of Monastir, in sou; hern Serb'Ia. cnrnrlucc its protests against the pro- election in June 1015. Will it rvso reproduce its criticism of Hon. rcbert Rogers' speech at Montreal iii of that year demanding an elec- THE PASS'MG OF tion. The vrill find-tintt it was JACK MANWAR'lNG sympathy -with a war time election was a strong char-'then, when the boss, Rogers, wanted ncier. He iiplii pronounced and ad- it. PICKED UP former! after intelligent j tV problems oi the day. It; The Y.M.C.A, is trying to raise 000 in Belleville. Aid. E. S. Little was re-elected pr sideut ot1 the London Liberal club. Sienkiewicz, the Polish novelist, au thor c? "Quo die'! in Switze land. Christian Science lias taken hold a Jews from one end of the countr iMoj toTBe other, says Rabbi Stephen S Michael A. norrano was acquitted York. whQ profcsse FOR THE BUSY MAN The London Times calls upon the: tile ui i..'. F alderman is agitating must ,-ot be forgotten that he was a Ontario government to be lenient m: A S lea-le- in'th- movement for the adop- its enforcement of the bilingual regu-, Hnn of the commMon form of gov- lations In Ontario. Wonder what the, Pets.r Qe3Ses, of the Walpole Island t in thi- citv When he was Times Canadian correspondent, Sir Reserve, died at the age of one hun- Herald staff he con-'John Wlllison, will have to say and fourteen years. tri'-ut-d stronz- and enlightening ar- He has been using the bilingual differ-, of Nortll Bay tides -hat had much to do with influ- ences in his paper, the Toronto News. Bolvin., the H. C. and L. by co-op- opinion to the change in for political ends, preaching the doc- eratlve purchasing of provisions, onr form ot municipal government.. trine that the: Prench-Canadians were nominated He. was also a staunch advocate of a menace and so tortn. he Edmtmton single tax. the initiative, the mike the Times now? dum and the recall. He believed inj absolute control of government by the! it is proposed that Geo. Ham of. the' The stayner tuM6.c- neonle He was a forceful, ready c. p. R. should be knighted. We think gallon has extended a unanimous call writer.'- He read much and was much of George to approve of the to the Rev. Kenneth McLean, B.A., of oughly informed on public questions.'suggestion. He is an honorary colonel. QIencoe- _ He struck ont fearlessly at men and now and that is bad enough. George; city Council voted J10.000 movements that in his judgment will never he anything else than to the British Sailors' Relief, follow- operating against the public welfare.: George to Oi? host, of friends he has ing an appeal by W. T. Fennell of He was always unselfish; we never throughout the world. They love him Montreal, found him trying to serve personal because he is a good, happy, kindly ends in his public activities. It was sc.ul, radiating sunshine where'er he of the mcrder of Michael A. Glamari, ihls political rival in the Second As- sembly district of Now York. Columbia University needs 000 to meet the requirements of its present programme, says Dr. Nicho- las Murray Butler in his annual re- Wise, New York, amazement, but not sorrow or ange A review shows that of "how it happened Republican campaig WANTED! YOUR FURNACE TO REPAIR Gco. R. Dlxon Co., PHONE 1067 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK FISH HOOKS IN London, Nov. MoMaster hliB submitted to the war offlcjc for Inquiry im allegation that In certain Importations of oats from foreign countries for liorios on tho British front quantities of fish hooks have been found, which have only beon sep- arated from the oats by magnetic ma- chinery. Mr. McMaslor suggests that repre- sentations bo madn to the neutral na- tions regarding this outrage. OUR BOYS managers' indifference to the distres calls from- Western states contribut- ed largely to Mr. Hughes' defeat After giving up for lost their ne- phew, R. S. Hastings, who disappear- city for the provincial legislature. The Stayner Presbyterian congre- nouice "hog received an acid bath. i Windsor under another name. (By Harold Begbie) Old Buffers of Forty, come tune up with me, tnd sing to the young 'uns we've nursed on our knee, L aong to our boys who by land, air and sea,