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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBRH 29, 1010 THE LKTrrtflwm-" PMLV PAfiK NINE With the Xnius and New Year's (ircet- ing to old friends, enclose your Por- Irnil. It's llic ideal re- membrance because it's the next best thing to a visit. Dfl Itfllll IVIAN Make tfte Appointment Early Smith's Portrait Studio 90G 3rd Avo. S. Phone 1471 IIO.C1 Says Tanks Are Marvellous- New Elevator Promised for South Town PHONE 1224 {From Our Own Correspondent) Etzlkoni, Nov. pap- ers report that our townsman, Harry Mrs B. Downing returned yester- day from 11 trip to Winnipeg and other points In Maultohu., Dr. Croelnmn of Guollili. who haa 'been tile guoat of Mr. George MorrlH, left last night for his home. Homlnmlter R. B. Macliny of tile 78th Depot. Battery, Is In Calgary at- tending classes in physical culture. Mr. and Mrs. .1. V. Cook piyo a din- were laid for night. can e valors here. This would probaMy bo enough In a normal year. Mr. Marsh reports good business In the bank. Mr. Marsh reports good buslneis In the bank. Toste-i NorcBen mot with a very painful accident recently when a or tank upsot on him. He IB In town having his leg dressed. It will koep him from work for about another fortnight. William Knauss was in town re- cently. He has bought two sections of land with this year's crop. The water question Is ciuite stronu- OUB. But the Board of Trade will write skidoo across It. Frank "War- ren will drill Immediately anil will go down to the artesian stratum If The municipal coungll Is Bloemfontein. Union of South Afri- ca Nov. 24., via London. Nov. Martin Steyn, former President of the Orange Free State from 1896 to 1900 jltorl iinpYllPrtPfilv tOd3.y, WIllC S" Ul um aai'fuw i Dressing Presi- j Mrs. McAllister's assistance with the t Stevn of the Orange Free State music. There ueuv tji was boni In 1857. He was educated in Holland and in London, and subso- inientiy was called to the bar of the Inner Temple at London. Returning to Soutli Africa, Mr. Steyn became at- torney-general. He got a Judgeship In Garrison, who has been In the front trenches now for ovor a year, has received the D.C.M. Ho was nearby when the first tank awent forward. And he was not that FVitz cum .mu. ran. It seems odd that Harry lr. nor party Msadr.? for Mr. and Mrs. the front for eiactly a yoar before he D. N. Maclean of Edmonton. Covers got his first scratch, and that was but sllpht He finds the machine nun work much more exciting and pleas- Corporal Cornfoot, Bombardier ant than Infantry operations. Moodlc and Gunner Gladwln of the Mr null Mrs. Ben. Street were Depot -Battery have gone to Cal- tho Hat recently on bjislnOEB. gary to take a musketry course. The Lake of'the Woods will build1 nn elevator here immediately If a situ Mr. and Mrs. D. N. MacLean, who, can be had This will make foi'r been upending a couple of weeks; -----I.... i.--wlth yrs MacLean's mother, Mrs. K. Sage, returned on Mo Klay night to their home in Edmonton. Mrs. Hufnor's section of Wesley Ladles' AW will moat at her homo tomorrow at 3 o'clock .when all mem- bers are asked to turn in their finish- ed work. The L. O. B. A. will hold a tea at the home of Mrs. Martin. Dominion Block, on Tluirsflay from 3 to 5, to which all friends are cordially invit- ed. Captain E. P. and Mrs. Hawkahaw, of Calgary, are In the city for several weeks. Capt. Hawkshaw is a mem- ber of the An.'y Dental Corps and IE here temporarily in connection with the 78th Depot Battery. The Prisoners of War fund commit- tee of the I. O. D. E: acknowledge donations from: Mrs. D. A. Simp- son, Mrs. Hazell, Mrs. W. H. Morris, Miss Jackson. Helen and Kathleen Colpma-j, St. Aloyins Convent, Mrs. Henderstyi, Mrs. Willard Mrs. Hammond and Mrs. W. S. Gray. The marriage took place yesterday _ necessary.' The municipal coungll Is mrr PTATI nrtHVasslsti-ig handsomely. rnrrMUlrllrUHl U Is announced that Clint Oarn- I 0 n I L ULnU Eon's wo.und is such that he will again be in the trenches soon. Mr. Flanntgan Is one of the luckles. He recently filed an excellent claim just east of a short distance. Ilev. Mr. McAllister Is holding ser- vices here. Much of the popularity of the services is proba-bly due is considerable wheat and There is considerable wimtii utiu IIIK iiiuniusu iuun jimm some flax' vst to be threshed. The afternoon at the home of the bride's recent weather has been quite annoy- parents, .Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Hagen of 11.1.1: __ IL____i- iin Tllla ATYinnria ing Of course we have always had good threshing after this date. How- ever, onr patron saint is clearing off torney-genorai. sui- tt UVBI, um 1889, which he retained until 189C the snow In proper shape -when he became president. After the j qujtc a relief with 'be i -Doer war, in which he took an active reaia so far above part, the' ex-premier spent his time in farming. the yield so good. And it is the price of ce- record price and Bl'en "lis year seems to show the advantage of sum- merfallow and proper cultivation. Stubbled land averages 30 bushels, while fallow and .breaking is 30 per cent better, with many fields yielding over 60 bushels. Our building boom that began last fall has continued unabated ever since. ..Even yet it Is impossible to get any work done without waiting Altorado, Alta.. of Miss Tllla Amanda! Hagen and Mr. David Terrlft. The bride and groom will be at home in Altorado after Dec. 20th. Montreal, Nov. to the Gazette's correspondent in Lon- don Baron Shaughnessy said before sailing for Canada that he had gone to England only to take his seat in the, Ho'ise of Lords and did not expect to come hack to England under another year. Asked if he was satisfied witli ifhat he saw of the prosecution of the war he answered In the affirmative, the correspondent states, but at the time said he thought, criticism levelled by the Northcliffe press has had a beneficial effect. Ho himself, the Baron told the correspondent never resented newspaper criticism if it was not confined to destructive view only. In fact, he thought such criticism tended to keep the govern- ment or any corporation up to stan- dard. Geo. Young Is in luck. HiB house will be ready soon: The Etzikom hotel has recently PUP chased a Bell piaho. Dr Wamwright Is down from Cal. dally allowance of three-quart, a pound instead of one pound Berlin, via London, Nov. to the Irregular harvest this year which, with a large increase in over last year, showed a. decided fall- ing off in the potato crop, it has been decided to introduce a new scheme of] potato rationing. 03 January 1st the urban population will be placed on a dallv allowance ot three-quarters of Pythias. ya. Mr. Casley has the foundation laid for his house. Mr. and Mrs. West contemplate a trip to Minneapolis and Chicago. aericultural population will have an allowance of one pound daily during January and February, and thereafter pound and a half. Potatoes thus saved will be devoted to placing those performing hard labor on a ration of two pounds daily. The price of sugar it was announced, probably will be raised as an Incentive to greater pro- duction nest year. Measures will be adopted to give farmers planting sugar beets Increas- ed supplies of necessary nitrogenous fertilizer. G. B. Marnoch, president, of the hoard ot trade has gone to Winnipeg to attend a meeting of the joint com- mittee of Commerce'and Agriculture. This committee consists of twenty- fl'-fl nf the leadine farmers of western Canada and twenty-five business men representing the west generally, and the various'asKoriations of wholesalers Those in charge of the party of Lethbridge boys who are going to the Bnys' Work Conference at Calgary wish to draw especial attention of all delegates to the following points: I A sleeper has been arranged for and; berths may be procured at the Y. M.' C. A. on Friday evening at 8 o'clock for EOc each. I If you are going with the mam eroup who leave Friday night, do not buy a Your ticket will be at the Y..11..C. A. and may be procured there. If you art not going with the mam, A RACE OF HEROES N ,6.__The Bishop of London? who preached at a service at Cornhillj in memory of (rom in the parish who have fallen during the war, -read tho following 'letter from General Sir Robertson: _g .auc. cess In your national mission work. j that even vet too many of us that the farmers want to talk over boys and. will play the Calgary Y the wholesalers and the retailers, on Saturday afternoon. The Flavor In the making of Grape-Nuts there is added to the sweet, rich nutriment of whole wheat, .the rare flavor of malted barley, a combination creating a most un- usually delicious taste. The palate-never tires of it. People everywhere have found that Grape-Nuts is the most nutritious and ik-licimis cereal food known. Every table should luivc ils daily ration .'of Grape-Nuts. ere s a V Made in Canadian Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ontario. confidently rely on our soldiers and sailors fighting bravely, and count upon having abundant ammunition, but we must not stop at that. I am this great war, like those ot which we read in the Old Testament, Is ii tended to teach us a necessary les- son, and if this be so it follows that we ourht to examine ourselves urd take the lesson to heart. "A serious determination on Hie part of the nation to seek and de- serve Divine help would we may hope, enable ts to r. true per- spectlve of.the war, and It would un- doubtelly furnish valuable help to our gallant sailors and soldiers at the front as well as lighten the heavy burden of responsibility now carried by the various authorities at home and abroad." There, said the Bishop, was their answer to the frothy demagogues who talkwl r.nd did nothing; who tried to substitute jlngoismm for natrlotlmn and foster a spirit of national swag- ger instead of humble confidence in God. This was what the men thought who' did the work. The great heads of the city firm? had discovered something they hard- ly know in this war, and that was the To thx siurz The Hudson's Bay Company Will Give To All Boys and Girls in the This Entertainment will amuse.Young and piq FREE SOUVENIRS for each Boy and Xgirl Picture Showing Buster Brown and his dog Tige will lie shown at this ment. Gome along boys and girls and bring your fathers and mothers and brothers and sisters. Owing to the High Cost ot Provisions our Luncheon will be 40c after December B. Co. WHOLESALE HERE H. B. C Welsh Choir, spoken of In supremo Court this judgment was handed down in the case ot Campbell, Wilson and Home t t of the vs Grady, In which the plaintiffs were highls oier a suing for which they claimed world, will make another appearance was due them 'for goods supplied tin- here Monday evening next, in Wes- der government relief. The defendants auditorium this time in aid of the claimed that they had never received i'-> pay from the government. Oross'. alul n-arvellous manhood and courage t was glven im plaintiff for full I for this pplendiu aniicip.ueu. their young clerks, a race of heroes. amount ot claim. D. H. Elton for plain- i Tnc wolsii Male Ohoir is one of the A fine saying had come from the bat- tlft ________' famous musical organizations to i r.OLE ,M ONE" i" Canada, that parish were waving 200 laid down their lives. He that the world wad again being w deemed by preciouB blood. nature it on each boi.' wny. rom TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY j appear HI LAXATIVE BRQMO QUININE ivei! Tablets. Druggists refund money if ot t be nrocurcd re- it falla to cure, .E. W. GROVE'S slg-.etsi for tnia tonceri BUUU H. C. Burbidge, commissioner of Hudson's Bay stores, is in the city to- day a visit to Die local branch.! To the Herald Mr. Burbidge said he could make no announcement as to the company's intentions regarding a new building in Lethbridge, "but wo will; give the people what they want." Mr. i BiiVhfdge says business in Lethbridge; was better, and ho is lucking ovnv !hc Business all over ie west is proapcring and no place better than this cily. GLAD TO BE IN CANADA Edmonton, Oliver C. Horsman, IT.A., B.D., newly .arrived minister of the First Baptist church, who comes from Williamsport, Penn., where he was pastor for several years, replying to addresses of wel- come here said: "I am glad to be in Canada be- cause I have been a bit ashamed in the last two years that my own conn try has not taken a firmer stand, a more pronounced stand, at the criti- cal in this tremendous war. I feel that the allies are fight- ing my battle, the battle of my .coun- lt is.possible that-the Toronto elec- tors will be asked to vote .day- light-saving measure: next January, PHOTOS ON MONUMENTS Following an old custom, most of the monuments in' a cemetery in a Maine town bear on one side, suit- ably protected against the weather, photographs of the persons buried, beneath' them. ;