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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta S.VLVU1MY, 1017. I.FTI infiTrifip. I'AC'.E THIRTEEN [EXEMPTION TRIBUNAL J.uihbrldKe cxvmplLori Itlbuual baJ one of ils hravlcpt. Jays on Friday 12 (.'xoiuinioiiH refused uu" of 2H N'u" proiluc live otxujuUiuns roceiwJ very- Little umsldcialioQ at the huniU ol the itJfniler.4 o( llii? board. Uolli members ;uMlip family up, Harry 'KOJUK v'L Ic JJtilrfitays lionu- lo look aft IT the fjinualock ami butcher liuai- noss. rinlaloiihcr L'rhsi. one of ihc kupvi-n. ilio "Creek rtstaurtms- lurrf r etciLiiillon. The itiuNiigfr of Hie Scolt Fruit Co. hai Lliis claim disallowed bul was given till Man-h 1st to rujiort. The details of day'fi itcL'U'ona follow: J'iiirlmrn, 11, Lilluwctl No. 1; Conk, Chns. Win., imrlly heard; Sinllli. Alex. lliiKh. dfeuLlowcil; PcufouiiJ. Itoss Lorni-. dlsalltfivttl; t'hrislu, Hal- bssar, ri'RlslorL'il In vrror; Coullry, rrr.nk K.. siHo'svfd N'D- I; I'ellcllor. I'anl, illsulluvtuil; Pelleiiir, Kugcnc, allowed category C :l; Pallersc Prank S., partly -MclA-au, cnct; disallowed !o roporl March 1st; Pearson, tlco. L. partly hoard: Cranl. yarHy heard; Lynn. Harry C., disallowed by default; Or mil. Orvlllo Hay, Cherry, "Win. dlssuUoiml by default; Mor tun, Johns ton, transferred to Win. Alborl. aUow- td ealoeory 11 2; lllcks, Alfred, dis- allowed; SaUlmer. JoliQ. alfm-ed cal- '.'gory Joliiisou, Herbert, allowed C; liearne. Hohert, ollgwej A Splendid .Address on the Win- is Given Induction Services C (From Our OWTJ Cor respondent} .CannanF.ay, Nov. people of Cannnngay irerc treated to an ex- ceptional Insight. into the early iirob- lems of the great war. and the life ol our boys In France, during Hie visit of Capt. Pearson of the Y. >1. C. A. to this town. Cant. Pearson sjiokc lo a large audl- cjee ol lied Cross Society ladles in ilie MctJiortlsl Church on Tuesday af- ternoon. On Thursday, afternoon lie .addressed a men's .peeling and In lha evening a miblic meeting In the Odd- fellows' Hall. necognMng tJie'ivorth and. import- nnc-c ol the Yi 51: C. A, .work and the r rtcslrc of the business men of lovr'n lo 1, Christen. Frank. iCcousULured. allowed No. 5; Hairy. nit1', aside red, disallowed ly re- 1-oiC 15, 1913; Colin. Ahe, dis- allowed; N'lca .Andrew, allowed caL- r- Crist, Christopher, dlaalloiv- cd; OlBhuakiti, Albi., disallowed: Krv.v- ota, Steve, disallowed to iviiorL Dot. 1917. Medical Board. During the two days the medical honrd, Oapl. Dayfleld chairman, sal here thla week, thoy eiamlncd HI men. Of these Cl were "A" IQM.- 20 were "IV, 21 were 2 were and 43 were "13.' So far Ilia LetnbrldEe district baa inartc a good record In tlic .lumber ol "A" nion passed by Hie medical board, the percentage being In the neighbor- hood ot 50. Outside "A" men lliose In category "K" who are totally until for duty come next. Tbo greater propnr- lion ol "H" men are In lhal category bocauso of valrular disease of ibe Ser-rt or as n rcault of tubor- [eulnr truiiLla la Ihelr younger days. ._ i preaaed the nppvscTaUob ot the men of Cartnnugay to Captain Pearson lor Ills address.' JA large number filled the Oildfcl lows' Hall In the evening. Mr. W. H. Miller was In the chair, anil a short programme was "given consisting ol soloa by Miss Clarke anil Gib- bon a and splendid selccllons'lrom the Carmangiiy lloya1 Dand under the dl- recliou of Mr. L. Hurlbul. Capt. Pearson's address was on tho llfo of the Loya al the front. The nt- tentlon of the audience was ten so until tho fascinating Jtory the CapUlu tell M-as ended. Chrnianyay has as jils c-ii. Hun Socialists Repeul Demand Vur An- ncMitions AT.-'.Drdim, Nov. war iTtxIii tttisrn aii.-V'l for by Chancellor Von llcriiinK, pass- ed Its first and second readings In tlic relchslaj; yesterday ader brief re by Deputies Hrhtcdemann and llaasc. The third reading has Tor Saturday. In ihu debate following the ch lor's apeecli, Ilerr Trlmboni, on behalf of the Centrum, condemned both peace of aB5ressloJj and a peace ot ren uncial I on. He ilemuuded a peace by co n c Illation. Kua rail teeing tlcr- mauy's the security of her frontiers and lier complete Independ- ence, c-sijcrlally cconoiuli1. 'What 'he cbanctllor has said con- cvnltig ''hi' iKjiuiy Ki'i-l-l-nli. :i- i- ,'.iili nur 'nine ninl joyful IK.- r-.-.nH i.-il nffr-r an-J iiohtk.Ll jit-Ecelu] :n .u-'l .I--..1 ir.-'l lattuns wlih new Tlsy rlr.ui-: ilic i-ul-i y w.u il- !ur has the CL-nlrum's full confi- cul-tc 1 LO pas-.j r-. t dcric'O." OTidOL-iiri'. Ik-rr .Sc-Merlemauri. fur of :i: i It Hats, sal.l IL-jt his paily Uerr the government au ii'Uum-i-. OWLUB ti. was merited LI uj Its Tln> UIG Italian guyi'mnt'-Li clallsls woutd s-jpiiui-l a collapse of Julian for Ian poi-ftrnaiPiit but woul-1 It (trian u-rriiory. when; there arose dlfK-mu'f.1 ot opin ion lhat toul-J not IMJ linrltod. iv-o pics uf the warring uiurt ('ciunl Von Wi'-iM cclarcd that tbo .i for Jhe dtanlfrsal o[ Hr. Mklia iiir t OL ur. u coiiclu'Jc neato with rurh otlirr, Ihr; f If you make your coffee in a percolator, ask your grocer for SEAL BRAND COFFEE fNE GROUND Y. M- C. was subscribed jit Thursday's meeting, %500'hy the SpInslcrB' Patri- oltc Club. The local .committee. Dr. W. A, Bryani and Mr- Hamilton are confldeol that we shall more than reach our objective. Over twenty members of Ihe socie- ties of tha Methodist Church paid a surprise vlsll to 'tha home of Mr. nod Jlrc. E- C-'. Law. on Thursday evening, Aflcr'an erenhiij-ot games, Itcv. D: H. Tclfcr presented an address and gltls lo the rpgr ity at. Ihejr comlrig departure from town. Mr.' Law haa'sold'hla automo Mrs, el fell by lot) whorc commun- Oi tjic uusiiicss men 01 town iu oum nja nuiumu- know about its actual operation .V. I bile Mr. W. Miller mul ibe front, Mayor Dr. W. A. Hryan.3'......... declared Thursday'.afternoon a'.civic holtilny- A good audience greeted 3coLt of TravcrB. Mr. and-Alia.- LJI-V iina ramilj- ai-e Intent- Ing lu llielr future home on Ihc cofc-jt. Induction Services were held In Eiu- laaty Thursday; wlion j Canon the! new rcclor. Itev. J. E. Hafiiaway.' The churcli waa tasleiully decorated parl'clpalea in 'tHb'Vtfrvlfie. I'earson at tlio men's meeting, when ,'lte upokc nn (lie prchlcina of Ihc; war. .Very clearly Ihc Captain showed llio .problems facing the artillery, Iho air service and Ihe navy during the zarly "j Bijiaalos ihanss Ehicc production ot munitions I'antEln Pearson- declared "was tbc .discovery in .Kng- laiirt of 7 made some striking corniiarlsoiiEi lielwccn our supcriorily In films, nnmiunllion, and aircraft lo- iloy. with our inferiority at the IIP- f-lnntng of ihc war. "For every the Germans tiro we can semi ten or' '.even n hundred; aim in Iho air we nlisolulely control tlic lie declared. Capl. Pearson brought a messafic o[ 'liope; ,an cptlmlslic spirit lhat cheer- rrt like the rays of dawn after ;i dark .iili'hl. There IB no Uouhl In Cap tain's jinlnd as to the outcome, anil be conveyed his Implicit faith iti ul- lltnalc triuniph to the minds ot Ills hearers. lint, the gTCiilesl problem of nil was not guns or but men. _''Tlie very cream of ohr cnun- Iry, the heat of our young men have down, nnil we miss their And not ojjly Is the loss j public ntJnil therefrom. It consider- af leaders a great, prohiem hui desirable to, make a definite offi- men who will cone hack morally rclal siralcmenl as'lo (he present, avail- Gen. Showing Enlistmenls and Wastage OKftWr NOT. '29. Major Occora Mcwhurn lias glvon out' Use ui In lo Lhc demnnd lor Infpntry ST "Owing to unintentional misuse ol figiirca, by various speakers and oth- ers, niitl the confusion resulting In (he and physiraily unclean. IL means ivo liaA'c a great problem to when Ihri men cnmo Mr. G, llQinikon acted as chair- the aricrnoon meeting and cx- FARM BK Men and worn en are deeded on (he farms of Canada lo-dif. T( is our patriotic privilege to help feed our AUic.1.' But H hoj-t- less lo try lodo the liczvj work Involved if Kitlnrjs atlenlibn. able reinforcements overseas. 'The present urgent need Is Tor In- fantry and tho qocs- tton should not be heclouded liy con- sldcrallpn of the number of men avail- able Jn other neceeiary Rrid branches. "There are not 'jrlore than Lroopa in England and France avail- able for Infantry reinforcements. This number Is made" up a 9 follows: "Immediately for Infaalry rsJt-jicrcemenis, "Available 'by April, i In training or estimated at "Total In ft airy relnforcemenli, )DO, "Other trooiJt In England, Include artillery, cavtlry, ftnplnccra, mRchtnc- frlr.ncTfl, nrmy corps, army TIC tit cal corps and' alao rail- way con.icruclloii anrt Jor'Wtry troops. The' remaining. t'rpopa ID Knglnud are those In categories 'B, C, D, nml arc'empkiytnUon 'idmlnlBlratlvo d are nbl (It ''Is Was 'con- 1 lie compounded of cerUiR incdlcinca, proven (lidir tffiMcj In' hciltsg disor- dcrtt} Kidneys und KO relieving Rheumatism, Fains i" the Back, Urinary. Ttoublca, Swollen Joints and Ankles, nnd Headaches, LlmiliT V. t.lHrtn: il ht cltfnL.ujp (o-Aprl.U the heavy have made 'vallablo re- The rpllofrliii fJBuriBtvBhrjTV ihe' lir- t netd for In fir) try reinforcements: loplcjTibui1, wwt- agp, .October, flnlstmthll, wial- gc. J.CIS.' N'ovcmbsr, GnllstmenU, S96; age. S.-I8S. IJillslnicnls.'hl] nnps: Aiigiisl. .wnslaec. September, age; fo.aao. I io 15, cjillslmenfs, OC1; naslagc, Our forcfntlier.i risked Ihclr nil for liberty. Too many of us aro Jeopar- dizing: our liberty for profKs other 'ilitiii along-the sami; Hues. Tlie Thr> "inn IIL> Kivcn velopinenl, wliicli liacl Ijpcamc irrcsist- ful1 !l'Lrr Haas..-, liiacpni'l- ible in HuFsla. v.-ould jwnelraio. j Kotlillst. bin sciu- 'lie hoped, lo ibe otluT llus-1 rilto ls enough. tsia was not Upteatcd iti lliis ouly Jlt- Ihose were Jcfeali-r] flcsired toj .1 pt-ai u ivilljoul fight to ttic bitter end. or west." DCS The top of each can is marked as above. In 1A, I and 2 Ib. Tins. Never sold in Bulk. CHASE SANHORN, MONTREAL. 169 CHARGED WITH TREASON [daytime working ac munitions at Urantford, Out., Det-. night, Uas bepti itlnced under s'.-limQ, Kruiltiale (if au advanced on a charge ol ircapon. Tho uf cJjji-opractlre.s in Chicago, wjia.born ID Canada of Oeriuan pareu bncn prnctl'InB here In tncllagc. "Shall Canada's effort in this war be maintained or withdrawn? Such is the issue." Sir Robert Borden, at Halifax in the Cause UNION Government in Canada cleady became necessary for the, of the war. In it are united the repre- sentative men of the two great political parties. forcesi to make Canada's ettort in the war most effective the support of our men. at the front with addi- tional forces, and to direct and control the industrial and economic life of. Canada to the one end_of winning the war. If this policy represents your judgment of Canada's duty, you should Four hundred thousand of Canada's manhood have gone-into Khaki. THEY are united in the cause of liberty. Today the insistent, the imperative 'call is for an addi- tional hundred thousand re-mforcements. The policy of Union Government is to raise this force quickly and impartially under the provisions of'the Military Service Act THE ELECTION ISSUE IS CLEAR If you are in favor of supporting the men at the Front you will Vote for the Unioriis Candidates. If you prefer that our soldiers should NOT receive the reinforcements they so urgently need, the Referendum proposed by Sir Wilfrid Lauirier and his adher- ents, is .the instrument through which you can sacrifice the men already at the front, who have set aside their business ambitions and, have given up their home life and loved ones in the defence of YOUR liberty, and indeed, the liberty of the world. v There can be only one course for every patriotic Canadian Support the Unionist Candidates v The Unionist Party Publicity Committee iii ;