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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHHninOE V HF.RAT.n NOVKMIiKR iiO, 1010 HIDerta V DAILY AND WEEKLY. suMorlpllon Ritii: Dally, dellTowfl, per wwk We Pslly, delivered. per Dally, br mall, per fe.00 Weekly, by mail, per year br mill, por year to 13.00 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Offleo................ W. A. Buchnnrn John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- present moment eiui bo best expressed in tho words of Abraham Lincoln In tho year 1S63, ninny months prior to the surrender at It Is a pertinent question, often ask- ed In the mind privately, and from one to the other. When Is the war to endT Surely I fool deep an in- terert In this question as any other cu. but I do not wish to name a aay. a month, or year when it Is to end. I to not wish to run any risk of sec- tag the time como without our being ready for the end for fear of dla- appointment because the time had cofflo and not the end. We accepted this war for an object, a worthy ob- ject, and tho war will end when that objoct Is attained. Under God I hope It nevnr will end until that time. This war 1ms tiiken three years: It was beKun or accepted upon the line of restoring the national authority; over the wholo national domain, ami for the American people. for an j my knowledge enables me to speak.' WITH EGGS AT EIGHT CENTS APIECE. I say we ure going through on thif our authority to continue the subscrip- tion. pear dr'ly on label. Accept- j lino if it takes three years more. snco of papers after expiration in exactly the same manner, the allies say: Wo have accepted this war for a certain object, and the war will end when that object Is attained. The power of Prussian feudalism must bo broken, so that in the future U will bo unable to train the German people how to engulf humanity in such signal woe. A Frenchwoman of much cul- ture, who has lost her only child at Your King and Country you right now1 THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR With the Russians in Rumania again developing a strenuous offensive on a wide front, the situation in this theatre of toe war bears a more hope- ful aspect. The Russians have begun attacks at many points on the north- ern Rumanian front, according to Ber- lin vantages, Berlin also reports Rumanians In Wallachai are retreat- Ing in disorder towards Bucharest. It Is announced that the Rumanian gov- ernment has left Bucharest for Jasay, 200 miles north-east Serbians have gained distinct ad- yamages over the Teutons in their fighting east of the c'erna river on the Macedonian front. Northwest of Mon- astir a big battle is in progress. The Italians and French are operating on this front with considerable success. Dispatches from Petrograd an- nounce activity of the Russians In the southern Carpathians, where they hare captured galas. tho front, puts the case' this way: "We Frenchwomen are willing to maks any sacrifice in order that our children's children shall not have to suffer as we are suffering." On this Question of peace W. F. imamau iruiu, uccuruiug iu nw-; ,orts. ami have gained some ad- Massey, prime minister of New Zea- es. Berlin also reports that tha the views of tho em- pire in these words: "We 'have now reached the most serious and dangerous part of the war. That the enemy, particularly his in- fantry, has become demoralised, there is no question. We are Tinning, and must win, but It Is necessary that we should apply ourselves to the prose- cution of the war with all our-fceart and soul and itrenph; that we should keep up our reinforcements imp- ply tha munitions and other military reqnlremetits. Falling to do this we commit a blunder -wane than a crtine: in sll probability the war heights and made other THE NEW B. C. GOVERNMENT At last British Columbia has a government, and not before it needed It. The people gave the Bowser gov- ernment notice to quit in September last, but Mr. Bowser was never in tha habit of paying much attention to the people, so he held on to office for two months, using one as his reason. Bowser has gone anyi Will 10 on Indefinitely, perhaps for nother j and 3rew- ster is In his place. Brewster had a hard job naming his cabinet as he had a lot of real good material to choose from. It looks like a strong i cabinet. The new men have bean suc- cessful in business and will give 8. C. a progressive, honest administra- tion, and that Is all B. C. asks for." We Ere pleased at Dr. King's appoint- ment as rminister of public works. No tetter man could have been named. His career at Cranbropk has won for lUni'a very excellent reputation as eafe and sound business man. M. A. Macdonald is one of the brightest and ablest men In the new government. The Tories tried to kill him politically, oven resorting to stilieto methods, but they have failed. Macdonald will make good. He will not jockey with the enforcement of the law as Bowser 414. Wm. Sloan and Ralph Smith tre experienced parliamentarlufl, eat in the House of C0BBMU tt time. T. D. Fattmllo ii a ot promise from lUpert kit t native ot Woodstock, Ont, bit family !B well known u4 very feilhty regarded. John Qllrer la an oM-Umer In B. C. Is a farmer and we! fitted for the position of minister o agriculture. Dr. McLean, of Green the new minister of education IB Tery highly .tioufht of. Like Mr Pattnllo he has no previous exper ience in parliamentary affaire. A the rest of the members of the govern ment have hid previous jwrllmmentar; cipertence. years, probably ending In an unsatis- factory and'incomplete peace. "We have got to see that the sacri- fices which have been made shall not have been made In vain. The little white on the lone millies and the bleak hillsides of Gallipoll: the crosses oh the western front, where lie the remains of many a gallant lad; the murders Trhirh have been com- mitted by- the Germans, such as the shooting o? Capt. Fryatt and that glor- ious Englishwoman. Nurse Cavcll: tho killing of noncombatants; the drown- ing of men. women and helpless child- ren, are all arguments against s. pre- mature and Incomplete peace. Even of Lord Kitchener must Greet eicltement on the ol ld hen lays an from the Cleveland Plain Dealer. PICKED UP IN PASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN Dr. Chaxterls, a prominent Chat- The mother of Major J. W. S. Mc- tam, Ont., physician, dropped dead, j Cnllough. chief ojficer of health lor J. W. Norcross, of Toronto, has been j Ontario, died at Plenty, Sask. elected a director of the Sterling I Mayor Jlitchel of New York, an- Bank. nounces that city ash and garbage _ carts may be used to deliver coal to has been tao Iloor as a remedy for high prices. Poll taies amounting to hundreds of dollars are being collected at Sar- nla from Americans living in Port W. R, Bawlf, Winnipeg elected a director of the Northern Crown bank. Simpson, a former alderman itooi. Simpson, a lonnor tuuuiumit c and president oE the board trade. Huron, but working: in plants in Sar- of Guelph, Is dead. Joseph Alfred Gendron, founder of nla _..............- Christ Church Cathedral, the Geadron Mfg. Company, has sent a cheque for to the died at Ottawa, aged 76 years. Rev. C. L. Couzens, of Ruthven, Ont., has accepted a call to become pastor oi the Methodist church at Woodslee, Ont. Her. T. J. Hind, B.A., of St. John's Road church, has accepted a call to hospitals there. i Canadian Cross, to pay for 15 Ibeds in tho iTincess Patricia Cana- dian Hospital. The German Sisters of the Holy Cross have been expelled by the Brit- ish from Travancore, India. There ivere ten of them in charge of the be pastor of the Baptist church at Hespeler, Ont. Rev. David Wren, M.A., B.D., Brussels, London Conference, has ac- cepted a unanimous invitation appeal to his fellow-citizens to carry! Mount Forest, Hamilton Conference, on until the power of Germany has been permanently broken. We are all T. Dunn of Toledo, Tlce-presi- anlions that" this cruel war should: of an automobile company, has come to end but we must hang ou I had his life insured for a little more The death has occurred of LieuL- Col. Henry Francis Dent. During the of 'south African war he had charge of remount purchasing commission to jn Canada. with ataadfftst determination until it laa been made impossible for a repe- tjon of the horrors of the last few rsars to fake place." Mr. Kasaey's sentiments are exactly those dtiioas, who realize that permanent peace cannot be won ittl Germany is thoroughly punished. Jelllcofl and how le Oermans like it? Ths crop of mnnlcipal candidates to In tha Inverse ratio to the crop of wheat this your. Tha Brewing Co. should be given vrery. encouragement In its cold stor- age T4Btmt. PEACE TALK NOT VERY POPULAR an eminent publicist, ac cording to the New York Times, I contributing a series of articles pro- posing that the United States should suggest peace to the warring nations TWs. writer sees In the recent speech of the German chancellor favoring an International Court of Peace after the war, a sign that Germany Is ready for peace, and on terms that will be ceptable to the allies. It Is not sur- prising that "Cosmos'" suggestion I not very enthusiastically received. The Times publishes a column of letters from readers every day, and almost all of them oppose peace at present They argue that Oermany must be severely punished for Ha sins and that it would be ridiculous to accept the chancellor's intimation as a basis for peace negotiations. They point to Germany's deportation of the Belgians as a direct contradiction to the chan- cellor's words, and an evidence that Germany has no aorlous intention of seeking think the pottUen tt Rev. Dr. Rose, pastor of Dominion After eerTing the County of Mid- cnnrch, Montreal, and president of the Uiesex and the township of Caradoc Montreal Methodist Ministers' many years M councillor, reeve, tion, has been elected governor's ellow of On Novambar 7th, Rev. W. T. Wil- kfns, clerk of the Presbytery of Kings- on, completed fifty years in the min- stry. He. Is seventy-four years of age and still in active service. A leading physician In Barbadoes las offered to entertain for two or The hoard of agriculture.estimates ScSiCompany 'oaor, teepassSe the potato crop of England and Wales Its etoam roller has been tt> Rumania. IB time. v hope U bMr an to be need ai mtor tamfci .on titt firms. Even the aut terre King Water now. A Southern Alberta quarter section tfildi S12.0W to two years. And to think that some men get the golc mlnlag craze. than A solid gold watch has been for- warded by the Kingston Conservative association to Col. A. E. Ross, JLL.A. who has been serving at the front for nearly two years. Henry Hardy i died at Strathroy. New York is up in arms against tho threat, contained In a court deci- sion, to close the motion picture? the- atres on Sunday. Reformers see grave evils in prospect and women are ready to start a state-wide campaign for a continuance of Sunday opening. company there and back. Brant Recruiting League is to con- duct a complete registration of Erant- !ord; and Slmcoe County Recruiting League is putting into operation a plan, dividing the county into to be asked to furnish from 10 to 75 men each. Hon. W. W. Lynch, for many years a Judge of the Superior Court of Bed- ford, Quebec, and minister In several Quebec Cabinets 1873 and 1887, died at his home In Kaowlton, Quebec. 'or the current year, with a decreased acreage of acres, SE tons less than in 1915. It only tons less than the 10- years average. Mrs. Elvina Stiles, of Chicago, is under arrest charged with having act- ed as agent for automobile thieves in disposing of the stolen machines. She had an office in a down-town building. At her preliminary trial a witness said that the business of stealing mo- tor cars had assumed such dimensions that the Chicago river bottom was Iln- inai. i 1 ed w: ith license tags. Germany plans to make Belgium Hun state. Germany can count upoi the war not ending until it gets that idea out of J.ts head and Its troops out of Belgium. Britain has no need to worry no matter -where Jellicoe anti Beatty are "-Tliay can alwayt be relied upon to do their duty. 'The Germane announce their Inten tlon of pushing through to the coast Wonder'if they have forgotten Calais and Verdun. the North Lethbridge Association of three years ago? It used to do yeoman service, s it dead? Felix Dial has started a little revo utlon all his own down Mexico way. The great national sport of the Maxl- in seemi to be flourishing as ever. A citizen writes the Alber- an urging government operation of joth and mines. The war brought forth many radical Ideas, both In 'Canada and In the Mother Country. In the latter country cal have bwra Introduced wttfc Only Cleans TN washing dishes, as in all personal and house- cleaning, Ivory Soap does nothing but clean. It can not injure your hands because there is nothing in it that can do harm. It is pure, high grade soap in the strictest sense of the term, B CENTS IVORY SOAP PURE ftoftr toff Cmaia. During tho past four years the MethodlBt Episcopal church in the Halted States has raised over for her colleges, and she con- templates raising some more for permanent investment by February, 1918. Rev. H. J. Fair ot Atwood, Ont., Methodist church, lias boon bereaTed three times within the last few months. One son, Capt. H. E. Fair, died suddenly; Lanco-Corp. Roy Fair was killed In action at GIvenchy, and now Mrs. Fair is dead fts a result of appendlcitli. ylvaiiluB Smith, moBt wMeJy known of the men who haye directed the fishing Industry from Gloucester, MOEB, la dead. Captain Smith, who was 87 years old. WAS a member ot tha American delegation which a Canadian commission in 1887 to dii- cuss problems relating to the Indus- try, FISH CAN SMELL The starfish has no noae, but tho wholo of Us under side is endowed with a sense of smell. ANTICIPATING LAURIER'S RETURN AS PREMIER Toronto, Ont; In u front PUKO orlal, "What about Canada; isn't It time to face the tho Toron- to Star (Liberal) says: "In Great Britain a party govern- ment, tho strongest the ir.i known did not attempt those tiictico, but suddenly brought about a coali- tion so that thero wna no longer nno party in ofllce and one party out, one party acting ami one party finding fault, but two parties co-operating1. Nor did the benefit or tho change con- sist Jn that only. Batoro tho coalition Cfiruo about, (he preeB of one party, largely refrained from criticism, ho- cuuso' Its friends wovo in ofllco and tho press of Uio other party had criticisms no matter how honest uiul useful, discounted becauoo partizaii- ship could so easily be ascribed as tho motive. "It Is announced that there may be ft general election in Canada noon, j and signs of it aro not lacking. tho ovont of Sir Wilfrid I-nurior IK- Ing called upon to form a ministry, the Star will hope to see him douide to organizd u national government for tho period of tho war and call to his cabinet tho best moil of both parties from all parts of Canada, so that u flrm hand may bo laid upon all the serious tasks that need doing in this country, and of which little or nothing has BO far been done." GRAIN BROKERS DIRECTORY A jiromlnont Lotlibridge far- mer wnllcoil into our oirico Uio othor day, "I lined to noil bnrloy to James Richardson In Kingston fifty years ho Haiti, "nml 1 want to do buninosH with the firm again." The prices uro KO high and tho spreads griulaa so wiflo year Unit Ihn need of expert work all nlmig Al- berta, in Wlnnliioj; nnti in Fort even jjreater than usual. Tho kind of sorvlco tlrat lives In ft man's memory for fifty years In youra you piako your bills of liul'ug road '.Notify James Kicharduon Sons, Lim- Itftd." For car seals, inarUcra and dally price coat or 201 Sher- lock Lllilfr., IjOlltbrtiJjjo or plionu 777. Munuyer'a resilience, iihouo 3C5. Best for Liver and Bowetc Bad Breath Bad Coldt, Sour Stomach. Get a 10-cent box. Sick headache, biliousness, coated tongue, head and dose clogged up with j a trace this to torpftl liver; Iprmenting food in the bowelB of sour gassy, stomach. Poisonous matter clogged in the in-; teitinos instead of being cast out of! tho lyitem is ro-abBorbed into tho blood. When this poison reaches tho deltcatfl bratn tissue It causes conges- tion and thot dull, throbbing, sicken- ing hudftche. immediately cleanse Uio remove the Hour, undigested food and foul gasses, take the UNCCSS bllft from the liver and carry out nil thi rtmflUuali' 1 matter ami oni in the bowels. A Cascaret tonight will surely straighten you out by morning. They work while you 10-cent box from your druggiat means your head g clear, stomach sweet breath right, com plexion rosy and your liver and bowels regular lor L6ERG GRIN Co. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, "ALWAYS WORKING" You may malic money by let- ting us bid on your next cur ol wheat, barloy or flax. IT COSTS YOU NOTHING. Our Winnipeg and Lethbrklgo offices represent SERVICE. "TRY US" J. H. TALLING Local Manager Office Phono 1580 Residence 572 British Plantation Rubber Is Saving Canada Millions Low Prices of Rubbers-and Overshoes Due to Britain's Control of Situation Here in Canada many of us have fallen into the truly Anglo-Saxon habit of considering the "'Mother of Parliaments slow and a bit behind the times. The present price of rubber, when its-cause is revealed, affords one of the many proofs that such an opinion is away off the mark. Thanks to great rubber plantations established, in the face of criticism and ridicule, many years before in her tropical Dominions, Great Britain at the outbreak of the war held a firm and tightening grip on the world's supply of raw grip reinforced by her dominating navy. From 60% in 1914, the production of these plantations has grown this year to 75 of the whole world's output, leav- ing only about half the requirements of the United States alone to come from all other sources. The result has been that the needs of the Allies, enormous though they are.'havis been plentifully supplied, while Germany has beep reduced to regis- tered mails and the Deutschland" in desperate attempts to mitigate her rubber famine. Neutrals have been allowed all the rubber they want, at prices actually lower than before the war, 'so long as they prevent any of it from reaching the enemy, while Canada and other parts of tM Empire have an abun- dant supply at equally favorable'.Government-regu- lated prices. In this foresight and generosity of tho British Government lies the reason why rubber alone, of the great staples, has cone m In price-why rubbers and overshoes, in spite of fncreaseo- cost of fabric, chemical, and are as inexpensive is ever, while shoes arc costing s.vera! dollars a pair more Wearing rubbers or overshoes through winter to protect these expensive shoes Is moro than practical thr tt-It Is grate-, ful patriotism, for In thus savins leather we make it for the Government to secure the absolutely necessary supplies of this alarmingly scarce material for our soldiers, Both Thrift and Patriotism Point to Rubbers! OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1484. SMITH, MURPHY CO. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG Write OP phone at our expense If you have grain to handle. We can assure you the best prlco the market stand and give you courteous service prompt returns. N. T. MACLEOD, MA. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE oHEr'.LOCK BUILDING CANADIAN v- PACIFIC P AC I FTC' DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants Oyr entire organIzatton la at your norvlco end with our expcr- ionco v.'Q can guaranteo to'get you tho best prices for your grain at any-time and for any grade or kind of grain. Phono M 1922 Calgary For Office 13G5 Lethbridgc Quota- 1311 Lathbridgo) tions. Our Agents who arc In your district J. A. GUMMING Uethbridgo Manager YOUR FURNACE TOL REPAIR Geo. R. Bixoij PHONE 1067 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK EXCURSIONS TO THE OLD COUNTRY LOW ROUND TRIP FARES TO ATLANTIC SEAPORTS IN CONNSCTION WITH OCEAN TICKETS, VIA ALL STEAMSHIP LJNE8. Tickets on Sale, Nov. 13th; Dec. 31st, 1916. Final Return Limit Five Months From Date of Issue. For Pun tafonnttlon Appl7 to MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, ft. Afut, Cmltmrr. OF ALL KINDS COALC.O. D PHONE 1345 Turner Witdicll Office at Kennedy's 410 13tn St Storm Doors AND Storm Sashes ALL SIZES RIGHT PRICES. BECKER YATE8 PHONE 1384. ;