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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta rAGKMtfff V FRIDAY. APRIL 1ft. tfltR PREMeeORDEN THE URGENT NEED 0 Ottawa. April If^ - I^ofon- .i � rnv i!-� .11 eil ho>ist> this aftfrnmni Sir H 'Iki ' :;i HorcltMl movcit v.'i^i;nt;>i^', ;ii';i:i>i itlK "i** (ir.n "a.-ilir^:- .. tii'!-: Hi.ih Sir llolx'i; Sir W iifn.l rit'r i>ai:l iribu'i- to Mi.' l.i'.' .l.-lm McMarlir. im-ii'lirr �:;li-'i n h.il III ,11111 ml til � 111.',;,1:1 V � I'liN !. Mr MiML'tl'-n , \; .iin. 1. a,.- ; maki-rtifiiriili '.i- .ni-.ur ui-'iK 1" (Ir.iw.il if l;ii!;,Mi- r'>m . v-.urion of \>';i; Is III 111.- i,inli;;.in c. . uijiT.s Tli-n S,r Ki.'-iT! -I.- -1. '.i.ivc his re oliili Ml Gr,ive Sitoation riir I r.ll'n-I.uii rs. Sir K.i'irrt siiiil. u.r.> I ni.r.'.i.ir ;;ruvi'>. Sl:;i e M.i.'i :l :i '1. .:i;.- 111---;: ji^iH r, li ini; (.:i liii' .w-ifiii ficiiit wliirli mii;in I'lil'ir.iii* liT i);ii!;[l)-; :inil Iili);!r illti- ;;ii' ;il'r.. k ii.iil hi'Mi iiMili en till' liriiixU iirniv. w! ,i|.l)'n oiitly th^ fiKmn's .�S'M*' tiiiio Vir'n.iii.illy r'l i: w.i--iiucniii'ii 111 ini.'Ul.'raMi' fnii i-^i.Uf- t ..iilii 111-A" liiii' 111 thl^ ;ii I i .1 tirinir tki' r -M. \\ . ivnilit ions .1 i'n;i, ;>iiy iroiii till' rtiiti-il lirouKhi lii!i> tho li; ��> t;u> rti, :iiy Ji uiir :i> ,111 I'liil 11)1.1 .t.-i uDi!!'! ei);t))i.' I "!il. (lot iiiily I'll i'lit iipon I'.c w.ir'.l What aermarty Huf Done Sir ii.itii-: rT-v.i\s,>ii i'-,.- v.\i\-. whi- 'i 'u'll 111'.'11 11; iii,' lip,'11 ili'iiniu ir.an n.nv.'r ior iii:!ii;'.rv siTii.i- In Novrir.hfr, I'.'Jii. .'^ir Itohi-il sai.l. (li-.ii:\liy iiass.'cl a l.rx wairh pi.iroil a'l :ii,ili' vm OIK III t'l" ^l>lllllr^ hriwt .'ii IT anil till y-ars ohl .k lii. i!.-i>iisa', I'f till' s.iv,-ri.ir..-!!t 'or ni'!� r.i)".� 1 vji',1 I; hr,ni..:l\( i!i:-.> :!;ili[.:r>- -rrvi" no liian 1 T"i.,i'a,i };irn .ml n'li-r ,rill.; ion- raisoil llio ini.'i i'o�.r o;' 7ir!i-Ilul-."-- 111 tin For up to date Styles in Women's and 'Children's SHOES See our Lines ' Full line of women's and children's white Poplin and Canvas shoes. Both rubber and leather soles. See our cushion sole welts for the kiddies. We can save you money. DeWolfs Shoe Store 'CORNER FOURTH AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET S. iioh^it 8(r Robert RontHI. �ni\ In on-wrrlMff Mn qmmku^ oiio'.i il riKurrs �htB. f thlo nnmhPr 4,'>:W.-(Mttt Imd b*Mi loiitrlhiit. J hy Kng jRlnl. H'.'tt.OOO hjr BtotlaiKl. :>iM'"ti hy WalPS. ITiMHiCi by Irelaml. !.ii".nm> hy til* l>()mliilon or Canada an> of 9110......1 liiil not do full Jimtire to what 1110 ^^>ll^lil'^^ ha* (lone Ua.lhouKht It shoulil hf nmirrr a nillUoii. Hut anywnr t!iki> for U"sms�>lvt's �.\\->'.r.vil,i Hnd Now Xt'aland had put 111010 iiion Into till- riKlitlng l.lnc 111 i-ninimrlKini w'th thrir pnptilatlnii than ('.inula luxl di-iif. Canada'a Efforts TurnlnK to the war oliurl ^ of llip riominioii iho proiiiior i,mvo f.^inro* oiiniplled Hp to .Miiroli i''!* lalil that ui> to that il.i:r r.inaila hail (lispatohed ovrrMpan :���" n.ru o all rankn ttf (hosp :;4^|'"" noro .N. t". tvu and nw\ and xix'o.n thnisaiiil wpTo offh-pni. A lahlo >'f ni!ll;aiy ili!=n-Ul.-� showed thai lio' iiu'ti liad lieon roorulled a? follov,- Military l>l�trU't No I. l.oiuloii. �-.".riiU".; No. 'J. Torimto, Tii..".',';�. XCt. :;. KInKston. ;'.'.,:;!: No \. Moutrt-al. :'.'j4ti:{; No. Quohfr. s:;>:''. S'os. (l ajid 7, Maritime I'rovinio-i. :'.T.20,": Nils 10 and 12. Manitoha anil Sa:� hati'hpwan. T."i,.''.ti;t; No U. Hrlti.ih Columhla. 475; No 1 �. Alhcrtu. ;!:;.! !>:;.' Canadian rasuaJlles su f.vr wore as Vii^trli i! was r.bom 40o.iMii' In ! follows: Klllrd In action. -r..;>rJ; lUod I'lani � rlio .iniiiial ttrtititlon wa? |of wounds. S671: illnl of ilisoaso. -oiiiotiiir.t; ilun ;ttlo,nOn. Milro 1 I'totf; Woundpd 10t>.l.�.": iiriM'ii.rs of -1 riiii; Hi l''IT oy no lossi than 2.10ii. II. . in.-a ill laat o\;oiit a year Cionnaiiy li.ul i-.-rca-cd her arnilos or ,ii all i-M'iits li.ul I olleoted resorvo.s wliio'i I nilii ho itrawn iipoa In r Iin- army. Oerman.' iiail i.i.i.lo drafts ou th�> populat.on of riilainl iin:l wiinhl ho doubt maKo i:;::hiT drafts. There were In all . 111.1011 pooplo ill tlij tt>rrilorics no'v-ly iMTiiiiierod from Kussla. The practical dlsappoarance of war :'7:>>'.: pf:>. oth"r iJMiialttps 7yo. 41.000 Have Died .\ oonipilatian of ti'i- kilU'il in m j tion-dled of wounds ami ili-'oaso. jire-^ sumed dead and mlssinj:. said Sifj IKibcrt. would nhow iliat a total of | BRAID^S Best tea "Morning, Noon and Night" Thfe Drink of Pure Delight in Sealed Packages It you enjoy delicious Coffee - be sure to order BRAID'S BEST COFFEE Kiissia from tho war liad had a luos; innuirtant influence on the power about 41.fiiiO t'anadlan> had Rixon up their lives In the war up u> March last. Crow in 8t6�nath Sir Hohert said that while ha� wai� not at liliertv to toll tho house just j .viiiv;h Cierniany was able to exercise ' ...ji,prp caniidians uro locit?d hoi on the western fraiu. Here Sir Kobt ,,,,t,i ^av thai the fon-t s i-.prosonUii'^ ro.ui a sfat'j:iwni made in the Britlsli d,,. Dominion lire li> snaior strensth house of ooniinoni P!niuin.i! that as ..nd "more lonfident In s)iiit than ever a r suit of Kussia's deflection, tier i,.'or.�. They wore holiliUK a position i tnary. in tiie sprinjt and summer o;' v.hlch had not yet luen sorioiisly al-i il'ls. wonid bo able to iiriiiK to liio ,ar forty !>er eont. Sir Robert.Jheu leviewtid what the of the Canadian for. iiiiios bad done. t>nosixth of tho en- [ miT. Canadian louses yro jinpnlation of Iranoo was in tlio im-luding IP..4til at Viiu> Ki.lRe. Ji>.;24 1 j^' iiRhtln� lino lor Canada that would [ during the fiishtinK in '*ay; lo.o.so moan at least one and a half million 1 duriUK the finhtlnjt la Atigust when the Canadians eapturt�l llill T", and I'f.Orjn in November who tiii y look Tbs-sthen'lat li- Uiike. The Govt. Proposal* f'oininr; to tho ordor in lovint-il eov-etine th.. Miliary icrvice Aet. Sir trodueed in the ^oufe aad opportunity been KiveiT for its dlseussiioti. There was no reason why parV.Hmentury rule* and forinalltiert should be dispensed with. APPRECIATES PARCEL + RHEIMS FALLS A VICTIM TO I'a riK. fall iiipn. Strength of Britiah Wiiar Iki.I ilio Britisii H^mplre done. Tlip followiii*: letter lias been ro-U'civi'd from Ciinner C.retu by Jas. itirecn. expressjni; appreciation oi ,'li.-(cce4s �ont by the laiiies of Crvst.il ' Lake: Frtince. .March 1'2, IflS, : IJear .lames:- , . ,, . I man hat* and J>piteftift)oss. 1 The parcel you so kindly .seat nie , ilhroitKh the ladl.s of CrjKlal Lake; ">''''' "'�^^ advanf �l>e llertnann lield Ki.oinis jij..7- somewhat late with its mes.siiRe of for several dayn. hut tlie bHi.r of "� '" Xmas cheer. However, any old lime'"'-'" Mtrne stopped tlieir ii-hanco and a Kood time, and this one was I they felj baeU to a line a few milos none tho less welcome because of it ""fih and hotlli ea:-l of tin- city being lute for Xmas. Since then the bii; (Urman guns have We appreciate very mucli your I'eeii boinbasdlns tin- city at-.i ii-hindncss in sendins^ iis these gitts f�"M"i-s cntliedr.il. llio pi.pnlaii;>n 1 and wish to thtink /ou^Uoarlily. NVc are holding the fort and wHl cunllnue Ui hold it; the t>ltz tha,l Vciur.i art of .,tallied glass construction. 1 P lo Novetuber 1. lnIi;, tho c;.f-inans had fired ihoUBunds of ?;lioli:i lnt() the city, one thousand of vliicli had glrurk the callindral. Since then wboiiover the (lennan troopa inoi wltli reverses, the enemy guna tnois ii;i tho biiuibarduK'n' anew, until tho listos' bimibardtiient the calhodral ii.id siifi. rod )��'.lil.^ The lfado;i ii-ofs lui.l been ib-si roved and luo ro-o wiinlow itimosi virtually n. Ill Jiumary. I'.'lT. r.inp. lui W .ill.ua April i;..-r.helms. before'" 'V,T'"!\'i^ ''""'"'m f'"'" ,''"'"' Ihc war a citv ,,' more tfla 1 m,,.,,,.,, ' "'eral in nrely. boan fa.MnK a.victim ,0 ^.cr-| ^--/^ n licioii.s worship aiid inoniiment.s of art wliicU. 1 consider �s tlie eotniiioil proporly of lium.Tnity.' The Ccrnuin i^tllltary authorities lipve aiteninted to excuse the bom-li.irdmeat of the oatiiedrfil on llie 'ground that I' was liolng used lor nitlitary purposi j� >-' had bo..n based*u,,jn tut* �rlnelp!e of .'^'"^r,,,,^,;.. y . ^^^^, v, i-Hi,-.ii exemptions by triburui.. Thousands of .i.^ .-^...^erT c r \ Iraner the.- hart beon cstitfblishrd. but owinn | . .nii llattei >. '.�.A., Irance. to thn inexperience of the members of the tribuiials the quality of their work J was varied and some, tiiiis Jnarke.l by. injustice. In Home partsJof Canada there were so many pxemptions that Tf ber.Tme the ditty of tho government to appeal from eighty to ninety por ct tit. of them. On ihe whole, tne lo-suttr hud not been so aatlBfiictory nti^ exp from til*; prim-iplo of e.teuiption as had been done in Great Hritain. but not along the sain-- lines b,^oause the luajority of e.roiuptioni! in threat Urli-; ain. applied to vi.rious oocupationtil, classes. 1 Reviewing tiio iiroposed order-in ; eotineil. Sir Itobi rt said that under its lornis elasn one would now eon.sl.st of unmarried nun and widowers between r.t and :;4. and class two of mar ried men of tin same agV. He continued: First Call Th�' niinisier of militia proposes to call out first ilie men from I'O to years of ago. in class one, both inclusive. Lator he may be obliged to call out. if the ik od ahall demand it. men in the sanio clasa of 19 to 23. It i-i extliuated that (roiu the men nvaii-ablc In this --^ay in'Mch year called out, thero probably will be ten thou:> ii!(d physically fit for uervlce at IJie front. "ll may bo Haid liiat we am abolish-i ing, MO far as tBi- i-lassos called out are concerned, Ihe ejtomptions which were lirovitl.d In llio .Military Service Aet. That is perfecti> iruo, but I do not know any oilior u.camit by which th;' flood '�III bo 111! ! and I fan aB�ure the ineiuber.i of this house that the need is most urgent and moat Jinperative. It may be said that this will Interfere with production. I hope It laill not seriously iniorfero with production and I realize that pnilueflon Is necessary. Hut production alone will ||l(� lharllif 4�>*Wra, the �kould not eonaultlng lave been In- THE TOJALLY SATISFIED CLASS; THE PARTIALLY SAT- ISFIED CLASS; ' � THE DISSATISFIED .. -CUSS. / No man will be more totally satisfied than the niaii who comes here for^is shoes -so if you have an idea you would like to get into the totally satisfied class, come here. We are sole agents ant^ feature the Geo. A. Slater, and Regal makes In men's dress shoes, and they are moderately priced $6.50 to $9.50 and $10.00. Extra Special Values in Men^s Fit Reform and Society Brand better make Clotbj&s Week end Selling $18 to $35 Get a New Jaeger Dress Shirt now and save the advance price. McKelvieThC "2" IHI'S McGuire LARGEST PiaTRIBUTORS OF MEt4'6 WEAR IN SOUTHeRN AL8CRTA KIRKHAM BLOCK LETHBNIoaC ;