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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR T H E T H B RID G E T> AIL T Letbbribge letbbilKgc, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subscription delivered, per 6y mill, per year.... ,'eekljr. by mall, per year.. iuslness TELEPHuNca; Office Office W. A.. Buchanan Jauaging Director John Torrance Business .Manager i uur King and Country Meed You Sight Nero- WUND THE CIRCLE 3F THE WAR TVitc the Grecian, situation cleared tie Allies are now turning their ittention to. Rumania. There is not ;he same diplomatic entanglement en- jountered here, and the situation will naturally be more easy of adjustment, Rumanians have evidently not yield- ed to German allurements to tbe same estent that Greece was supposed to have done. A big russian army is now waiting on the Rumanian border, ready to pass through to Bulgaria when, the necessary friendly permission has been given by tie Romanian gov- ernment. Tbe granting of this per- mission will swing the Rumanians more or less to the side of tbe Allies, as with Greece. The Serbs are bravely fighting on a last desperate .ciance, and refuse to allow tie statement that they are beaten. Italy, it is said, is to send troops into Albania. Tbe Italians on their own front on the Austrian border have made sucttj; progress that Gorizia, the key to tbe most importat Austrian defences, is acknowledged to be In their hands. Tbe Germans have practically aban- doned their Riga campaign, and have actually evacuated Mitau. the Uorden gorernment. declared at Louis do Biuntord on October 25, 1910: "Wo will not forget that In iS3T It was necessary to bore boles In the Union Jack in order to breathe the atmosphere of liberty." It Is difficult, says the Times-Guard- ian'to reconcile these two declare- 300'tions. Few public men who value their records will turn their faces botb ways In order to satisfy the needs of the moment. Mr. Blondin, with wondirfifl dexterity, may think it an achleiument to trample on the British fl-v one moment, and to hold h high the nest. But to the average citizen this is double-dealing which Is open ti a srnve Interpretation. There me many who explain Mr. Blondrn's attitude by the fart that he is now an office-holder in the Borden government, and with some men hon- ors and remuneration work wonders. But the Biehmod paper thinks it is preferable'to take a different view of Mr. Blondin's volte-face, and that it should be regarded as a matser ot some sat-ifsciinn to the country that Mr. Biondii. Die arch-Nationalist o GOTHIC THE NEW ARROW aiorra COLLAR IT FITS THE CHAVAT bore holes through tbe British nag. should today, us a Conservative min- ister in a Conservative government. QUEEN OF BULGARIA NUKSFS OBrilANS Of course, you can buy cheaper teas, but few VCRI-S Wo, who was ready then to i toVs Rev. Dr. YV. Jamicson, the well known missionary, was killed at Trin- idad while motoring, according to news received at Simeon, Ont. j Francis Invin, a retired pioneer merchant ol Orangcvillc, and lown I Treasurer for thirty-live years, died in his S4th year. I I'te C V. Watson, a year old Toronto soldier, just returned from the irpnt, bears 22 wounds. He lost! the sight ot one eye. Elliott Truax Slociim, Detroit cap- I italist and one oi the original diree- of the Canada Southern Haii- i road company, is dead. Ira Strat-ton, oi Stonewall, has I been appointed school organizer aud, ister HI it ucen iujyumicu i Be ready to disavow himself to cham- public trustee 'by the Manitoba gov-j Blligarlan soidiers are fighting the Queen is devoting her your money. rather than head it oil, it will an- swer these and many other burning, questions. H. F. G. in ''Why docs bacon on the hooi bring the farmer six cents, and bacon over the counter .set tho consumer back thirty cents a pound Why is the Northwest farmer obliged to hoard his-------------- wheat or part with-it-at slaughter Albert Davidson, farmer ol C-isr- priccs instead of selling it to the lotteville township, Norfolk counts, 1 United States 'Mi the o! the was found dead in his barn. Heart Commission is to give information, (allure was the cause.; pion tbe British banner of liberty. j eminent- In conclusion, tbe Times-Guardian says: '.'After tbe complete turnover in _ HudsOB payce. of St.. Catharines, joreman for Hcrburgh e e uga time to nursins the sick orphans In the orphanages of her country. transformation in others? Hon. -Mr. Blondin and Hon. Jlr. Petenaude are today posing as pro-British; perhaps train of dump .cars. Former President Tatt lectured _in Hamilton, Out. He expressed admit- M, Armand Lavergne Mow I ation for their example. If these two former Nationalists, now members of the Borden- government, can change their. Court of Arbitration. nada and advocated the International Our Resources-Use and .H. F. G. x- 11 Mud, is Bell Telephone deal and other re- ___ outlook so completely, tben tbere is, permission to build I to take .lock oi by the Hoblin government at the stm hope for the member for Mont- railroad from tbe our national asset d point TAKE A SLICE OF THE LOAN A citizen with a hundred dollars or more in bis savings account can serve his'country and his pocket by invest- ing In .the, Canadian War Loan. It "will be a patriotic act, as it will en- able Canada to finance its share of the war. The iritarBSt rate is attract- ive, making the investment gilt-edged remunerative. The opportunity to subscribe to the loan expires on Tuesday. Subscriptions wfli be taken at the local banks. A man or a wp- man "with the money to spare saonld not hesitate to subscribe tc the loan.: It means Jhat yon. will show your con- fidence in your own country and as- sist it to drive the Huns away from possible -world power. DICKED UP IN FOR THE BUST MAN toba Parliament buildings will come under their scrutiny. It will possibly bo sufficient to concentrate on that, j The citizens of Canada will be satis- i Brantiord Presbyterians voted itrongly in favor of church union. j Kobert H. McKay, former m: Freemasons have contribut-i of-the Rcgina branch of the W Canada Flour Mills Co., Ltd.. LET WAR PROFITS BE HEAVILY TAXED An Alberta man, heavily interested In a shell contract, where the brofit is enticing, refused to make a con- tribution to the Patriotic Fund. This man W -wealthy, probably the wealth.. jest man in the community where he but aB the interest he seems to display in the war Is in making money out of contracts. He refuses to heJp dependents of tha soldiers It to meet cases ot this kind that nil "profits should be taied, aoi lightly u heavily as possible The man who is bending bis efforts to make money out of this war and re tuses to voluntarily meet his obllga tioDS as a, citizen, should be reached by other means. Premier Slfton made the statemen in a 'speech 4he other night that i not the rich man who was gen the Patriotic Fund, but the men who found it a sacrifice to con tribute even a small In many cases the rich men were e-ven refusing to contribute. We know o casea in Lethbridge where well-to-do citizens tried to avoid a subscription when they did give the amount op- posite their names was much smalle than that given by men of very mod means. This war is enabling us to size u; "the cltjzenship of certain people. Tfl dollar is worth more to a lo of them than their country and th great principles .underlying its etii.1 wUl become rector of St. John's An-j Captain Stepher, uwynne, r. Hcan church, Berlin, Ont. gSit "V P! Dominion Lands Omen has been paied at Peace River, with J. E. Jarson, as agent. The New Brunswick Telephone Co. rill contribute a month to the Canadian Patriotic Fund. Thos Boyle, a pioneer oi Keewa- tin, Ont., is dead He was a C.P.R. oadmaster in the Banff district at one time. Ottawa city may appoint a com- TlnMrtsnn Co. SloO.OOO trmmrv. I Nicholson, M.r., sajs aim mo puuui. iKdSW g ;sa L Sfewood, oi the depart- Ural Assurance and Can- fol: 000 IV antc- fnent of railways are associated with j .to Foundry and Forging Mann BLONDIN'S PAST Tho complete somersault of th Hon. Mr. Blondin in his relations t the Empire has been the subject o much comment 'in political circle throughout tha province of Quebe during the says the Timer Guardian of Richmond, Que. Speaking at Grand'Mere last Sun day.'Mr. Blondin ..declared: "We ar in to save Canadian Confed eration. which is only possible with! the British Empire and beneath th flag that' fives m that liberty whic jre w'wtt to.see withdrawn." Tie sir) Blondin, ;ian renci. Canada tlour .vims <-u., sources commission is nob convicted of converting money to his promissory reteran C. P. B- own use and sentenced to one year at j.hat it bting jn all 1 at Orangeville. hard labor. j rcport which will be The all Irish Division ed Belgian relief. John Howard, a v ;ation master, died Recruiting rallies are held in vari- Toronttt churchts. Ulster Protestants, has Cecil Allen, manager ol the North- trajninff aIKi js ready lo go to the rh Crown Bank at Glenboro, Alan., dead. Mr. H. St. George Baldwin, whose athe'r came to Toronto in 1799, is ead. nT'Sher omcials were given Ion, leav how Hook um nc i j rcport commanded "r0mp exhaustive sir; t acted upon ten thousand dollars to noS.intbe question ot been tural resources, and will possibly in- nfight msonahly icaiiniiB o- quire why thsse resources bave not roDBeii_ oi u, than a front in three, brigades, which lorm J t OTIT to Alberta.as prom- be suspcteu as a nani r.. m. the division. The officers include the d fc premier Borden, some five coincidence. At all MIS Ban. B brother oi John the Irish J0 wnen he had small his d'd. lso note that Nationalist .ead.r, JVi.liam handling Sc irornises at that time, resources of Manitoba for an axgji Wm. Archer Redmond, M. P.. 5 a the job. Mason Piisch Limited T VICTROLA HEADQUARTERS. 1 HE weariness that begs you to go t.o sleep where you that wakes you wide, wide-awake as soon as the lights are ouL Yet you owe yourself to business and society, to wlfa and you tniist keep your freshness and vivacity. Why not takeia Tonic? We have a good one, and just the one you want, Titty, and full oi vim and verve; a MENTAL tonic, A "VICTROLA" FOE FIVE DOLLARS CASH easy will send to your home TODAY a Victrola with 12 selections, a mental energizer, a fine compound of fun, good nature and merriment, a dyna- mo of unless you call on us to get this outfit, S'ou miss considerable gaiety out of your existence. If'you have a Victrola, bow about your friend? Remember, soon it's and Judicious giving is a way of making friends and being one! MASON RISCH LIMITED 7 405 FIFTH STREET SOUTH, LETHBfllDGE of the Militia Department, is do- lost as well as in the ante- days. The commission will Rooky-Mountains away tea oi the timber wolves, the.minmg ory, was wHltog WnWom J g or a S ial commissioner to Canada im one bttter-he has sold the Hing tickling John om and somebody e.se has the horse, ut wno B fhe commission wil t- tency m British Lolumbia to f iiisinpcs and an- st Cfike thete Why' K a spec- to find __......_ ._ __u Bull's feet and making him .throw spasms, iency in British Coiurnbia knock j I to prophet-is not without honor, save_ Bet down to real busme-s ana his own country. As a matter of ill. British Columbia simply- "sized !im up mistook his hair or genius. And now he has had _ his lair cut. After shedding enough tears at the sad plight of British Columbia to fill, say, the Frascr River, the Com- mission will retrace its steps 'to Man- itoba, where it will encounter, a be- wildering stale of aliairs. It seems1 that tbe Koblin government long ago did all they could to the natural re- sources of Manitoba and at their last victorious election had: recourse to the unnatural ones in the sliapc of a million and a quarter dollars .worth of extras for Thomas Kelly, a con- siderable part o! which found its way into the party chest, and did much to smite the. wicked GritS; These resources, including enhanced cupolas, skimped steel work, and im- aginary concrete, were not only un- natural but highly artificial. However, the Roblin government worked them for all they Wf.re worth, which, as we said before, was'a roll- lion and a quarter, and" that docs not go very far back into the mists o[ time where: the Commjssiqn would {probably meet with ''WJAWcultural College, the Brandon. Asylum, the The Auociitec! Board of ih< Royal Academy ol Music Royal College of Music LONDON, ENGLAND. far Local Examluihns Mosle Music to the of Tcttfcen of Marie. The .Annual Eiaminatiom In Prnctical Music ami Theory will bc lield throujhout Canada in Mayand June, 1916. All ciannn. alion in Theory only will held Nnvtmhtr loth application to bc made by October 'exhibition value nboiit Jsoo offered snnunlly i also i Bold and t silver Medal. for llieejrnmlnationmnd alt particulars way be obtained oil oppllct- ttou to SicreWr rurenta nnd Teachero wishing; to tiielr pupils for these snonjil communicate mill the .Secretary at once THE IIT'B 1B7J STANDARD DANK OF CANADA MEAD OFFICE TORONTO fn A General Banking Business Conducted. Accounts of Farmers, Merchants and Manu- facturers receive careful attention. TRUST FUNDS should be deposited in our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. Highest current rates of Interest are paid half yearly. m LETHBRIDGE BRANCH G. F. BLETCHER, Manager. 258, 13th Street N. Co-operative Saving is facilitated and 'en- couraged by the open- Ing of a Joint Savings Account In the.names of Husband and Wife, Father and Son, Brother and, Sister, or any two or more members of the family. Eithercan deposit or withdraw money at will, and the Interest accrues to the credit of both. Ask the Manager for full particulars. OF CANADA LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH G. R. TINNING, Manager H. E. SANDS, Acting Manag" An lExperienced Executor The administration of a Will calls for wide experience in financial and commercial matters. Tlus Trust Company offers you :ihe experienced of a body of successful business ;They have every quaUficalion for the perfect administration of your Will. Write for our booklet on'Wills.' THE TRUSTS GUARANTEE CALGARY COMPANY, LIMITED. ALBERTA Public Administrator and Offlc.al Assign., for the Judicial Di'Wc" LETHBRIDGE MACI-EOD CALGARY WETASKIW1N Lethbridge .office, Bank of Commerco Bldg._J. W. McNIcol, Intpector. TOO MANY FIRES V it I. not right to keep your FIRE INSURANCE POLICY in your own home, It Is a Receipt for payment of Premium and be burnt, il t8 for tafe Beeping. We are Agents for the Oldest and most Reliable FIRE IN- SURANCE Companies., British Canadian Trust Co. PHONE 1843 315 5th STREET 8OUTH-CONYBEARE BLOCK-LITHMIDOE ;