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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, 31, 1917 TUG LETHRHirXilS -DAli-Y HERALD FAGI1 SEVEN Merchants in'Montreal He- fusing Business With turio Houses Liberal morning published he'io. Lo CauflJu SH.VB It of n Dumber ol'French Canadian UOUEIJS ILI Mont- real vhu Lftvo decided 'to have no lur- Llier coiiMiiorclal dealings with OnUrlo toiitcriis. peyjilo who are regarded as tho uiicmy of Ihelr race. Le Canada further contends Llmt the incrchanLs of a vr.iolo lu ihla IJTOY- lacu liavo uiiduluiouily decided to boy- cott Ontario eaLflblishmoBts aiii la deal with or American [Irate. Lo Canada gayi ibal O.ntarlo expect- ed (hat Quebec waiilcd to domlriatu CaimJa. and will find that will sltn- atop al Lome. Montreal, Dec. buslneis boy- cott Rfaliifil Ontario ueviilti by Quebec lias begun according to l-o CaunJiL, Hard to Drop Meat? All depends on what you eat as a substitute. It is a good time to study "food value." You may be- eating the wrong foods, the foods that cost most and give the least nutriment. Shredded Wheat .Biscuit, contains more real, body-building nutriment; pound for pound, tlian meat, eggs or potatoes and costs much less. ,'Tiyo of these Biscuits, with milk and a little fruit make a nourishing meal'at a.cost of a few cents. Make Shredded Wheat your "meat." A satis- fying breakfast on which to start the day's work. ,'It. is ready-cooked and ready-to- eat. Made in Canada. pairson. Y. T., Doc. nomination of candidates to represent Yukon In tbo federal parliament wllh Inkc iilace tomorrow. The Unit parly nomination was thai o[ Dr. Alfred Thompson as Unionist eunuldnte, and' ho lias been ratified hy Sir Robert I Horden as tlie official Uulonlst candi-i date. On Wednesday an Independent mctUliiK was called by eleven and Frederick Coiigdon. Lllieral was noin'lnated D3 a Unionist. It now looks an IhoucH Thompson and Cniigdon will be officially nominated tomorrow. Thompson as tho Uordcn Unionist and Congdon also Ds a Unionist. Mr. Cong- don IB In and stroke nt' Xhe meeting which, nominated hhn. Dr. Thompson la cnrouto from Ottawa to Duwaon. Tho fierce weather lias de- layed overland travel and Ilio malls. It was JO below zero on one day ul Pelly and 72 bolow al Wlillo Horse. MILADI s PHONE Flro dcslroycd LIio oiily'rciiiainmc huildlngs oMhe mounted police barracka erected al IIM by Captain (BOW MaJor-Gsn.) Bam Sleele. Greetings Allison Studio extends to its patrons the 'sea- greetings and good wishes for the fiew. Year SALES CONDUCTED IN TOWN OR PROVINCE VALUATIONS MORTGAGE OR OTHER PURPOSES FRANK WADDINGT6N AUCTIONEER AND VALUATOR ALBERTA... -December the.Public of Lethbridgc: .First and .foremost, I want lo say ''thank you" for patronage during the year. 1917. l My Auction Rooms have now been opened here for one year (although asinost of you are aware I have been.auctioneering; for. past ten years) and by accepting for sale at Auction .only (toordi-I have, I believe, gained the full of tHe public, so that my slogan "Waddmgton Sells Without Reserve" is now rightly accepted as lit- eral truth. The main object of the Auctioneer's business is to secure a good.price for his client. How is this to be done if he cannot be assured of a good attendance at his sales; and how can a good at tendance'be depended upon unless the public are satisfied that the.goods will be sold to the highest bidder Abwhrtery Wkbmit Rescrrc. r It is obvious that the bigger the qrpwd'.the greater trie competition and the. keener the competition the better jhe price for the goods offered. ,s, fo those wlro preferra cash' offer goods I am prepared at', all limei-, to five- the best possible matket price, My Auction Rooms, S.O. Block, lOth Street S., arc open daily from 8.30. to goods'rhay be sent in al any time for inclusion in my.-weekly auction sales which are held eacK Friday. I conduct auction salek on owner's premises it desired, or in any part of the pemg both authorized by license and qualified by experience, Thanking you in anticipation of your continued support and wishing you a Prosperous New Year. Yours faithfully, WADDWGTON, THE AUCTIONEER Gives 'a Very Fine Address, tioing Into Ancient History Altbougb Ihe attendance was not as iirfic It mlglit hive been, those who were preseul at lha I'cotilo's For- um yesterday afternoon, evinced a lively Interest !n the discussion lor the which was on Dr. C. F. P. Convljearo addressing Iho meeting. "Uclore Kolng Intd eftia the speaker. "It la necessary lo fully acquaint onesolf Tho (undanien- InlB ot that subject. On looking Into the meaning of politics, we Una Ihat they arc dlrlrled ILIO Oirce distinct classes; iiollllcul service, political economy, and practical politics. The word politics Itsbll conies from the Oreek word polillcus, meaning city business, or municipal affairs. In mak- Ini; a study ul politics all stdrtr-nts find thai they must begin from one central figurehead In ancient history, and that Is the teachings of Aristotle. Aristotle and hla followers emphasized one point and that was the responsi- bility of the sovereignly to the people. It. Is on Ihst point which I wish, to Eald Dr. Conylifisre, "and Its Importance will readily lie realized. A sovereignty may he either Individual- Isllc'or collective, but in cither, case lhair duty is the same; In a democ- racy, Ihe people are the sovereignty, and (his Is something wo mua't con- Idcr.ln discussing the question. The sovereignly Is responsible- under'Uod for Uie welfare ol the people, and Is triple In Us conception consisting of (be legislative, administrative and ju- dicial bodies. In former days these bodlss were one and the same, bul In later (and more moilern periods, the trend, has been to have them separate. The German Chancellor In a recent speech said thai In this war, Germany Had enormously towards a more democratic nation whilst Kng- land had gone hack towards a dictator- ship. Tills Is an Infamous declar- ed the sneaker, "throughout Ibis war England has never once deviated from the course of true democracy Take the case of Home, the greatest repub- lic this ivorltl has ever Been, In llnies of national peril they appointed a dic- tator lo guide the fortunes of (he state, a representative ol the people [or the people. This Is what the German govern ment thinks of tho people, 'Every clli- zen In Germany lives tor Iho henellt of the state. In England the opinion Is. just every citizen lives for Ihe.benem ot bis fellowmeu The responsibility of Ihe sovereignty is great, yet wa often find men .voting without the exercise of any Intelligence lo tbe matter at all. The sacred right of franchise sho.nld be exercised such a manner as it, give Ihe greiteil possible benefit to lue' nation. The first Idea of a republic original ed Ibe Athenian Bcciesla. 'in this they had one splendid ruling. This was Ihat If any member accepled a hrlbo of any sort he was lUble lo the dealii-penalty-as was also his briber I Ihlnk this law could well'be intro- duced here at continued Ih' sneaker. "I do ndt lliink'thal as yel (v have a pure democracy. Nol whlla Iherc are seats In Ihe British house, and appointed seals" In Ihe Dominion house. Of course, how we have put on wonderful strides since Ihe reform bill ol 1832, which ID my mind was the beginning of onr true democracy. Though there are still many defect though we have yet many things lo earn In regard lo Ihli matter, I fee confident lhal we shall soon achieve pure and really democratic dem The Dr. was accorded an ovallpn There was very lllllb rllscussloD. -iy or Ilanlle followlni spoke i moment'o Iwo, not altogether agreeing, Dr 3onybwe. Hobt. Ilarrowman tbinkci tie ipeaker for his very fine addren on the subject, is did ilso Ihe chilr Mr. Valnagel. Geo. B. .vlaekay la In Montreal. i The Korcslcrs are The regular monthly meeting of! Wesley Indies1 Aid will not ho be Id untJI Wednesday, Jan. Otli. John McMeeViIn led hero on Sunday morn IDE lor Toronto to go Into train- ing for tho Flying Carps. He was ?r- compautetl -by F. Head anil John Uarrcus of Macralli. Mr. and Mra. (Jortlon IMcVson and family, of tho Iloyul bank, Tabcr, la.r arc vlslllug Mrs. Dk-k Eon's oilier, Mrs. D. HalrJ, Hast Hunter reeF, lor the Christmas holidays. amIHon Herald. J. M., C.P.ll. rlcspalclier, is returned, to Lctlihrldge. oru-r lending Christmas aL home. Mlafi ary McAually auled lilm lo where she wiil spend a few Hullctln. Mrs. A. Carr, president of ilio auEhtcrs anj Alalds ol England, IISB celved letters (ruin overseas T. Ilestvrlck. Gunner C. Wakelln. Ifi. F. Jasper, Corporal P. P. Dalzell, S.M., and Pic. F. T. l.olriiis and K. J. aunch of tho Herald staif, thanking e order for Xinas, parcels received, iilch were much Epproclated. A marriage of-Interest in Canada, hich'yra' on, Erffi. as Uiat of Miss D.orls Aldous, duugli r of Mr. and Mrs. Aldoug of eg, and granddaughter of the late Sir "enry Jjate, of Ottawa, to Col. Chag. iranl over- ;as InV command of Llio 207tli baita on. f RED CROSS NOTES J-Iipirlenced nullers arc very mucli ee'ded'al Ihe.Hed qross rooms just DW.' Some who liave Leen cutting re leaving Ihe city for a_whllo.'Aar ne willing to come lo tlie rooms to o this Important work, either morn nga any day each week icept Wednesday, please notify Miss lagburn al [he office, or iiaivlu, onvenor uf the culling committee. Calgary, Dee. first train lo come through from the Padfl lo Calgary tor several diyj this clly at five o'clock on Tnfi- January l! The slide at Nort together wild other snow slides In Uio great ranges has obstruct ed Irtfflc for Ihe past better of week has been :cul; through .apd'tn triltij are again moTlbg'boUi a'a Ming'the period of lac obstrac (Ion tbe Irtfflc snj pajBcnjen wer transported by IrMns made ap on-hot tides of Ihe elldci, ind Ilia's Ihe Inn portalfon was co-Ulnued. The mailing lenpertlurci conUna lo bring down nu hcrous in mooattlni. Wlnnfptj, DM, Birt today refused Hlrofd Hirtch- IBJ., of the Oreirt Wertcm ttt. dltry 'Company, to Ott.wj (n cMnfertftft wrlh hhi claim nanmtttn, which .wn'dluir BCTCMnt-it-inu fe Of tiK daui-c Friday trenlug In (he K. of I', lull. Lieut. Terrenco J. uf ifc'u Mill- nry liospital, Kdinonion, is snemlitij; ho New Year's holiday with Ills Bar- ents. Meul. Andrew ,M.C., eft for Chicago lo joiji C'ul. Ucnnla" rc- crulilng biall for Ihe remainder of cave Iroiii the rroci. "l Miss Elrlcl Micdiilf, of LeihuridBo, BpcuiIiitK tbc OirLilJtias iiullilay.i with Mr, and Mrs. A. Jl. Kc-1 )ccj- Advocate. -The Xexl-of-Kin will hold their incel- !og in the Y.M.C.A. 'auditcrJum on I evening at 7.30. The cxec- ;itlvc Is askud to meci al 7.1i iiruvlbu.-; to Ihc mcelinb'- Mr. aud Mrs, XaismilU, of SbauiiaVon. Snsk., are visiting -Vr. XaiEinltii's parcais. ilr. and Mrs. L. Xnlsmllh, and visit LelhbridEtj before returning Calgary Al- bcrluu. quietly solemnized In LOJI- on Saturday, December 22, Mrs. Thrifty says: "You will be mighty glad when you meet me Tlie L has been announc- At the Churches 11 a.m., Sunday chooj rally-, iri Wesley church. All members of school are equesled lo meet at 10.40 at the hall. I'sdnesday, 8 and nralse ervlce. ;Thuraday, prac- SI, Mary's ry 'i Monday, p.m., Ves- y, 3 p.m., J. W. 8 p.m. ay, sorviic; A. Infant treat. loriday knnual. parochial leetlng, ''.J; ii Christian Sciences-Wednesday, 8 p. m., regular weekly lestlmnny nieetiiiff. relief society will meet with Mrs. Osllund, 1262 -ith Ave., on rlday arternoon tit Subject, heology. KnoxT-Tuegiloy Sun- ay school assemble preparatory lu "oln( to Wesley church lo Ihc rally. "Juirsday, the annual riieeling ol the Yocleod Presbytery will be held In Ihe chool roonj. There will be morning, Afternoon, aad evening Begslons. noon, Mfai field aecretary, pill give an address. In. the evening lev. Win. Shearer ol Calgary, will fire an HlnslraUd lecture on "From ocear to (lie public are Hie sale veal and limb to be pro- hibited. The sale of ice cream and water it-is lo ]jc forbidden. ,Curcrs of hacon uiul ham to niaku returns uf ihcir out.iyt nol later thau Jiiiiuary 10. n ed in London of 5Xiss hsthcr Cleve- land, daughter of Ihe. liUe Orover Cleveland, former urcslilcnt o[ tlio L'n- ileil Stales, to Captain IlosaiiQucl, a son of Sir Albert llosanciuct. The groom-clod was recently dccoraled witb too UIslliiKuisbcd Service Order. The mem'utrs of llic biatory and current enmls secllon ol Ihe Malliesis club 'will kindly iiole that on account of'Tucsday, Jan. 1st, bejnt' a holiday, this department will meet Wednesday afternoon al ihe iiomc of Mrs. McC'lcn- aehan, G04 12lh SI. S. Parllamentary drill promplly al 3 p.m, general cur- rent events. Sicsars. D. Orliffo Morrow and A. Harold Itamsay, managers of Ihe Unicjn bank branches n: Cowley, Aim., and Ulackle, Alia., respectively, are rerciv- Ine Ihc congratulations of Ihelr friends on their recenl proLiotlons. Uolh men are former rcslilenls of the clly, nnil known in the banking fralernity. Thoy are spending a holiday In Hie clly, and are nt the llolcl Vancouver. Sou. Calgary Herald, Thursday, Dec. '21. of the prettiest weddings of Ihc Christmas season was solemnized Ihls er man ptrlormeJ His ceremony. unltinE "titable and restless, when am- Mlss V'erna. Hamly, clauKliler iof Mr. bition lacs and you. feel rundown, l Sjyou need and need 'quickly the teau. The Srlde, wlio wore a smart sml of purple Iroiidclolli over a iilnk Iliis First Compulsory Oilier Meusures London, Dec. ixperlcnca with compulsory ivos had today wltL susnr. Xc pcrsL'ii could oblatn suppliaa except by Ilaron Ithonila. Ihc fooil controller, is cxpcclcd soon to Issue nn orjcr for J a meatless tlp.y. U Is nnilerstonil a comprc-hcn-] o ALSO CONTROL HIDE AND LEATHER INDUSTRY v liuslon. Mass.. trol by llu- packers of trie alje y, nnd leather industry, as welt as the rendering business wllh u inany. brandies, was Indicated try's meal industry today, Elve for alleviations of conditions i o v o ft timong the poor who have liebn com- j polled to stand in line for, hours wait Ing for supplies, will be In full s.slng before the New Year Is far advanced. Tbe fond ministry lias been, working for monlbs on the plan. With the seizure of marearlne last weeh niicl Ihc Introduction of Ihe sugar card system, Ihc lines ol wail- ing persons In Ihc London dlslrlcl dwindled. The allowance of margarine Is four ounces per capita vockly and of sugar half n pound. Other measures may he Einnniarlzcil BS follows: Potatoes lo be useil In Ihe nianu Faclure of Ijread lo economize in Ihe consumption of_ cereals. No calves or heifers lo be killed and MOTHERS, LISTEN! When work'exhausts your i.'crepc ulouse, wilh black foi furs, hal aud corsago.'.lva'u- quet of orchids and was given away' by-.fccr father. In, Ibe'aflernoon a recepiip'n was given at bomu. Mrs..- Hninly.' received. Iho guesls, wearing a-'modtsb aflernoqn jov.-n of while Mrs. Pil- teau who assisted her, wore a dainty creation o[ rose .Inffela. Tho houso was made inosl altracllve with a pro- fusion of cul flowers anil (cms.. .Mr. and Mrs. Filteau leave tonight'.for Ihc coasl, and ori Ibeir retnrn will reside at the Lorraine. i. A prelly wedding was celcbraled.ln Ihc.home of Mr. and Mrs. W. F.- Cam- Durwcll avenue, Craabrook, oh Chrlatrnaa-Day, when their eldest Kela.MaxIne, and Wilfrid rich, creamy, ng food in SCOTTS to check your wasting powers, en. liven your blood ahxt bujld up your rierve force. Scott's is help- ng thousands and will give you Ihe strength you need. 17-35 cordially Invited: Supper will be ser'v- A- I'allerson, accountant nt Ihe Impor 0 4 al' 6 o'clock' (or .delegates, home lelperi arid.members. Friday after- noon 3 regular monthly meeting of the Ladfei' Aid. Officers will be elected "and'.secretaries and reasurer's Veports received. Collect- nrs'fer systematic giving will call dur- tig Iho Friday evening, S preparalory to com- n.unlon, will' be held In tie school rooM.- The iddreis lo be (given by Rev. Hugh Matheson. be n of icsklons at Ihe 'close' of ierrlces. There will be no choir prictice tbli. week. 1 cverj- nljht Ihls vmk eicepl'Salurday, al o'clock, cSBdurteii by O.. C. Horiman ot Edmonton. Ttiarsday, 4 p.m., Mission 3lrcle wlllmeet In ihe church. Friday to 5 p.m., Croia sewing. f> p. Chrtitlan EndMyfir. Tuesday n.t Sunday ineeUj Ihe church o to (o meellng of Ihe S. S. al U'Mhqr charch; Wednesday erinlng, St, Infcrces- 8 o'clock. sen- ior elib' it women meet at Red Cross rooms it 3 o'clock. the senior boys meet at Y. M.O.A. Frliarl choir prectlci II o'clock.; 'V .ChrtrtUn mem- bers 6f'tWftIble''schMI requested to meet ihe to go In body lo'the Wdslex church. In the the innual meeting of cjoreb wfll >e held. Tae members of tie ckirch and families are lo meet at it fcr dinner, after will be tbe business session and short ie'rawi. Wednesday evening; prajer tneetlnf >t Ihe church. Thtira- erenlhg, chjlr practice wilh Mrs. p. Frlrlay, p.m., sewing the Hed. Cross; [ftoms.- ial bank of lhal city, were irlarrled. The ceremony copnmenccd at 3 p.m. Mrs. A. Wallace played the wedding march gjven away by her father was unattended Tho groom, was. ajtn unattended. liev. Harrison of .Christ's church tied the nuptial The decorations wer piok and and chry- anlhemnms. A hnffct lunch 11-33 sen ed in- Ihe dining room after (he cere mony and speeches were heard from Rev. HirrlsojT, A. C. Ilowncss and Ihc bride's father. W.-F.- Cameron. There were about 2j of the close Worlds ot Iho finilly The bride was dressed In a travelling suit of brown velvet with-hat and furs lo match They left on Ihe 5 o'clock Iraln for Calsary, ijrhere Ihoy will spend'a few Tho bride and groom rccelvec a largo number of beautltill glflj. The gift from bride's father and mother was a large cabinet of ilerllng silver culWry, A Grtat Home Cp.fort Ttimgkrjat Canada there's 'one comfort lhal Ins long been thn ireal Ilid Miaou, t Wsch Piino. It's beauty, ofs case. lone, anosnal dnraWlity, and It oat Mm in otker. itoain. MMOO ft Bibaknl Block, ;FKth St. S., .will IM. tieued la The Ancient Order of Art Holtlln, U K, of P. HaD on Friday Next .January 4lh MISS ARNOLDS ORCHESTRA Gentlemen HM. LMItl Me. l Dr.A.T.Spankic '.M.D., C. M. EVE, NOSE A THROAT SPECIALIST.' I Office rooms. 121-122 P. Bums Building, Corner Stb and 2nd St. liast, Calgary. Office Phono M2S43 .Residence Phone M2071 Inlcrne uhd burgeon, Manhattan 'Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat New York 10I1-10H. Specialist lo Calgary School ____________Board 274-21 STEIN WAY. NORDHEIMER NEW SCALE HAINES BRO .These pianos dre found In ,llie most excEuElve nomei. They arn made; of the.-ftitevl .and belt material! prociirablfl and by the mott .men. and nit "everyone. Come fn and thcin. i Assiniboia Music