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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta porn TIIE fbeualft is I eJ. So far In cairci1 not I'fon a single iherc has where oftiosi- best opiHiriuniiirs to present DAILY AND WEEKLY Proorietors -ind Pjblishers THE LETHBRIDGE HEFiALO PRINT- ING COMPANY. LIMITED 323 6th Snuth. Ltthbridge W. A. Buchanan PICKED UP their side ot Ihe ease. Thr rather ilouKlul houor ari" lo basllne plant TELEPHONES llnsiuess Ofiuv Editorial Oiiuv r.ilhcr lUan uo 10 giv I ness. vied down when they vein to iheir bilter- G-jbscripticn Rates: P.lily. veois per year LAURIERITES OF WEST SAY NO MORE MEN if a roneep'.ion of The defeat- campaign in ihe v.-ost as il comes J W. Gale is Hie firsi viMuinl Henry Itall. ase.l to otter htrself for election to tbe, insurance IH-IK. wry un city council of CAlsary. ly nls borne in I A ir.ee7lDS Tollenhanil Siephin Hauler, afnl U. dropped protested Ihe driflins ol su iu his l.vV.ne at lielleville [run, many farm hands. James Slrachau. M.A.. of aalt, a call [o itie Firil llap- tlsl Church al CollmgwooJ. London lias Tnr ihe Loan Co. hopes 10 raise (or (he Loan. tU-uulli.s tlloMntnl. attaeX uf Loan failure. Hamilton raiscil more for Uie Victory Loan. :ind iry 10 double lhAl sum. I since proved ihemselve? "Iral'.ors" lo Juliub Xebelsti was caught In a i she cause of these aspirine cllice-seek- ers, il was drci-.iej lu have another .THE 'PROGRESS Op THE WAfi The peifo letior of Lord llulo pow-wow in Kdtnoatoii of the downe. -limilished in yesterday'? pap I selecl few. There was perfect nnanim- limr ivllorl llussia '5jilr Hli5 time, and no troublesome fol- ns for reiiv, and Gcrnuny i lowers who favureil winnin; lllc war Viclorv drive. subscribed by Victorians belt was cached Friday. Farmers of Oakland, YVimlhim. Rilrfcrd. and iownshii'5. Hrant and Norfolk counties, lo di shlp'bf'sir l.aurier. alllhave been refused that he stands for. and condemned Ihe longinc ID on her ow: terms, lias crer.jed a most unfavorable impression in all of I be allied coun- .tries, tlie main determination is to continue the until Ger- many inusl make peace on our terms. Military Service and Klec- Ilritish and AniiTlcaa opinion Is tirnl-inon Acts. The platform ly expressed alont; ibesc lines iu an- ,vas again adopted without any irou- ivver 10 Ixml I-inEdowue's ill-limed tie The speeches were such as to episile. make glad lae o: even a llour- The situation on bolh llaliau and j assi. western fronts noiv Is most eocourag- Tiere was a feeling manifested that ing. The Kalians continue to hold in i Canada should do a little ebcclt the Tcutouw elforls, and on- the i jng Vncle Sara a chance to .vosiern front the Germans have failed j t.OII'e across and do his bit. As their ttve nonunion Sugar p.my's l.u-lory at Kitchener and I whirled round Ihe shaft to bis death. I his tioJy liuinc cut in two. Klgin County t'oujicil lias made a' Iij an, party polities A.nid j groat they reaffirmed con-; aKEirigi lho lo ilic overseas work of (lie [ideace lu the judcmoni aud leader-' farmers' sons and hired help Y.MX'.A. .-on pleicly in their efforts lo retake I nclv moolhplc-co so can territory capiurcd in Gen. nyug'F great drive of week. MR. PACK'S EXPLANATION WILL BE AWAITED vr. Pack will "explain lo the elec- tors o[ Lelhbrldge tonight why he de- clared ni tlie Laurler-Liberal conven- tion here Lhal he wa? in favor of UIQ enforcement ol lhc Military "Service Act, and in aii Lrapassioned declara- tion rowed that Tvhen married men were needed he would be ready and to shoulder n rifle, vrhllc he Is now declaring lhat he ia not in favor of Ihe enforcement of lhc Act until'after a referendum. r.rthhriclse electors will he pleas- eJ to hear .Mr. I'ack's reasons for his chunse of dlSly put it, they cdnnot "either the justice or ihe wlsdmn of further depleting iho population of while there .are available, so many men In the United States.- That Just what Mr. Bourassa has bean preaching, so there .Is now Quebec and the "Iruc" "Western machine Lib' erals wilh but a single thought. Hav ing dllficully limnE up old party fol lowers'In another province, Organiz er Cross had to content himself with a wire, in Vhich ha paid his compliments to "the intriguing cibal of -thus giving one Up' TC his plan ol't; i MR. WOOLF'S CAMPAIGN i IS RIDICULE Martin Woolf, M.L.A.. who last spring was elected to ?hc provincial llermsc he was unable to produce aiisfafiory evidence lhat he liad ap- jeareil before a local tribunal, ai Secretary of Wur llakcr has shown Aincrioa's appreciation of the now army of Vollali-Amtrlceti young iienheinff raised In tlie United Stales hough declavcd physically lit by n lo fight on the siJe of the entente al- medical board. John Clyde, of Ciu-.lios, by offering the use of tl-c rump innaii. Ohio, wais arreswd at Wind-1 at riaitsburg for Tlie training of I'ol- :or and sent lo London under mill- ary guard. Clyde is ot Canadian Ish officers, Ignacn tho famous pianist, announced at a patri- otic mass other lots havi been sold iu various parts of the lownsite for residences. All these sales speak volumes lor Hie fuiure prosperity of Noblcford. Since the town started TO expand II luis drawn many other people into its borders. All our townspeople were pleased lo hear that J. CI. Wiihaee, who was j operated on for nppcndiciiis on Wed-' neaday morning, is going on as well as can be expected. P. UeCook has just solrl Ills Ford car and invested In u Gr.int Six. E. RosaiLer11'was 'a business visitor here on Wednesday allernoon. of Mr, and Mrs! C. 5. Noble and Mrs. the new K.I', hall have now been open-1 J. Buchanan have been spending a Bui l.illle Damage Commiltct Has Raised The who res'ent bein conscripted were also tendered words of comfort. The large number Miss iE. .ll cd ami lhat of Mr. Anderson hzs lieenj'sw In accepted. The price o! the cootrict' one and gve work has lo bs (completed early in .Jaunary. Thi3 will" enable" the lodge to have the open- ing ceremonies as arranged. By some means a can of gasoline spent Thursday and Friday a business trip. J. A. d'Arteoay, of Fresno, Califor- nia, paid a short visit hero last week What Will Your Children Say? Are you giving your children the precious musical experience? Will your children be able to say, "My parents insisted on my practising regularly when I was a child, and ihe pleasure and satisfaction I now lake from my music is one oF the greatest comforts of my life." Lost Opportunities of Those ot us who missed things in learning lo to feel lhat there is a lack that can never be mndc up. Even more is this so with things of the spirit. The child whose lalent for music has been cultivated carries a treasure throughout treasure hard to get, yes, impossible lo get, in later years. As for mother of you ever weary or worried or over- burdened? Soothing, rollicking, wholesome music will lift your burden and worries. Music brings peace and relieves weariness, brings joy and mental case lo you the same as it brings happiness and soothing to the children. Your children will be yourself will be home will be more ser6ne with the wholesome comforts of good music. The Mason Risch Player-Piano fulfills a mission to'you and to your children. Its light, responsive action gives your child every opportunity of advancement. Its ready excellent automatic player equipment gives you instant access to the musir of tlie world's greatest arlisls. Let us tell you move wonderful home us arrange to place; one at your disposal for Christmas. Our pay-, as-yon-enjoy plan will make this easy. Hone ol the BALMORAL BLOCK timitcb FIFTH ST. S., LETHBRIDGE I seeking' exemption were considered caught fire on .Monday afternoon good prospects. Much invective was showered on ihose editors and Liberal politicians who have decided (o Join the independent-union of forces. One whom the'Weal has reason to be most EOlme ovcr the land proposition of aplic time of wriiing II Is nulte the Southern Alueria. It Is }in-'; ]L ihe bounds ot posslblli'.les that dls-1 iun during this week and. paper InVother night wo nolic'rd that icsc livo; districts ivcre liclne.cn- rcj separately which considering iu a- .Mr Meed was OTerbaulmg the gas i derslooli lie Is thinking oi ItiWnR tricts number one and two of the that the. same canrassprs arc looking engine which mn3 his elcclrlc Hghljup a gODil piece ol laud ID this dU- Lellibridgo srciion ivill raise the surajailrr tbo work in.hrilh la hardly, fair. UO Cltl.lV-i WQOIU II1C C3l liaS ICtllUll IU IL1U31 -legislature ak LlbeVal member, pay5lproljll or wni not lose any of his de- a" dcubtiul compliment lo a large. popularity by being termed an number of hla constituents who sup- "eloquent lo.lot-" i3 a sure alga that ported him" on that occasion when machine is beglnnlog to crack compares them to. rotten apples be-i no longer nin wllh its accus- causc they have placed country he- fore parly are now Union government. Mr. Woolf made ihi- insinuation from the platform al plant, and which U situated In a small shed at the back of his store. With great presence o! mind at once threw oul the burning can and a hurried call J. Harris -has now gol his Dclco j Lighting plant, here and is up i the ]ulce lo a largo extent. "H surel] for Iheir share. In the In order to their work with Ihu olhcr dislricts :he lotal work wllh Ehc other dlslrlcls Clio lota! taken for both should he lumped to- gether. Up to Friday noon Hie tolal imount collected came lo anil was given subscribers. tomcd smoothness. Milk Kiver. No 'doubt these former sopportera of Mr. Woolf will remember the insult when ncsl hare .the opporlunlly at Ihb polls, .not because o! the Inaull1 RQ-rauch a? because Mf. coUld, couCeirably, .be better employed ID advancing the-Interests "of Canada In this war in sonic oilier way than by Kolng aiiout Ihe country ridiculing and undermining tlie men who are direct- ing her affairs. .Hon. D. Reid made the Interesting announcement at a Toronto political meeting that.Sir.Robert Borden had recently offered Sir Lomer Gouln, Premier of Quabec Province, a port folio Jn tho Mnion Cabinet, but stated that the offer had been declined. PACK AND THE II vrhl also he Interesting this erea ing to hear Mr. Pack-explain j'jst why he IF, "a friend of labor. He ifclll- no douin. explain to 'the fcage-earncrs Just how. if he is .elected, he 'able lo make a profit on their year's vbvk ol null, aa he him- self has done. He explain lo ihern Ihe difference between hl3 attltjJds lo Hie wage-earners ot dls trlcl an3 lhat of the coal mine opera tor who is able to show a profit o Sln.OOO al Ih': i-ml of a year's opera liens. Mr. Pack will alao doubt tell'the labor mpn nt LclhhrHgc lha favor of an t-iglil liour day 01 lho eight ho'ura tn llie fore noon 'and eight hours in the .ifler1 noon'cither. .Also lhal he In favn of a .union of all farm bhorprF, so tha jean crforce .their the owners of farms. In" fact there's A lot of Intereattn thlbga '51n Pack can tell (he labo infill of Ihp clly tonight, Jf he only wJ ThiSylwIM nol only the ivagc-earhera hut alsrt lo ownei's throughout ihc" The complainl la made that some of the wealthiest men In the lly are falling to subscribe largely lo Ihe Victory' Loan because, (hey say their money fa worth more to tl In their Bui their businesses wouldn't be vrorlh much to them should Ihe loan tali. Canada's pros perl ly from now till the end of Ih ar will depend on the amount o money Canada can borrow from Itlzens .wllh which lo buy Canada' wn products for Canada's allies, Ti pile of our he'avy expenditures o: ic war we havo an opportunity o omlng out al Ihe end a creditor na Ion. In reference, of Ihi? tatemcnt that he had glren a labo iclcgatlon a pledge not to cnforc conacrlpUon Premier Uorden al Fxindon read a portion a letter he aent to J. C. Jfl Jlrapsou antL.R. A. Rlgg on Decembi ;7, 1316, In which' he "You have naked for an that under no corcumstancos w conscription be Undertaken or ca rled oul. As I Blated to you at o ntcrvlew, I muat decline lo give a such a3jmrancc3. I nope 'hat co Hcrlpllon may not be necesBary, hut II U ahoull prove Ui3 moat effective method to preserve the cxJatenrc of js-r-ss1 hat might hare been a very serious e. The vrlnd was blowing in a'dl- ctlon which If a. fire bed got a start ould have burns'] up all the Eoulh do of Main street. With the aid of nd and wet sacks the fire however, as beaten out before much damage aa done. Work on the drilling of Ihe well for e .Merchants Hank which has been oing on -all the week, hag resulted a gooil flow of water hslng fount! at deplh of 155 feel. The well was Itched by T.- L. Davica and Is an- .her feather in his cap as a water - Iner., Mr. and V.rs. T. Davles went o Skiff this week. It la understood hat they are thinking of Investing in ome land In that district, os they ave sold out their holdings here lo G. Wilhags. If ihe attendance al the great poll- leal meeting helit here on'Tuesday fghl In favor of Ihe Partisan candi- atc Is any criterion aa to the number f votes he will get, here he wJII ctr- alnly find that Inslead of going to Mtawa-he wlllhc going up lhc. Pass, There was no one who turned out for ho meeting ah tell had been called o meet In the K. P.'Hall. Messrs. Grace' and Mack ay paid a ihort vlail to the Victory Loan head quarters here on Monday lo have ook at the canvassing arrangements or Ihe llnai wreek of the catnpalgn and :o speak a worrf of encouragement to :hc local workers. f (he eute and Inslllullnnn GfVE MR- PACK. A RESPECTFUL HEARING......, ..Tlicro la some sort 01 rumor going thR rounds today lhat efforts may. bd rnanVal tonight's meeting In Ma- Jeallc-lo prevent I.. Pack, the opposi- tion candidate, a to- Fpeolinl hearing. Tho Herald would deplore very "much- were any attempt cf Ihli hind mnilo or even conlcmplnl- which WR should conafder conacjlpllon nfcpasory :and f should not hnsitalc to act accordingly." TO RELEASE TIN WaBhinglon, Nov. Jlelcanc of tvmount of tin In Now York warehouses was prom- TSetl lorlay by lhc on tlie rcptcscnlail ment of lhat private Indus- The Y. M. C. A, people of Calgary had written here regarding a meeting fit which C'apt. A. II. Pearson, one o :helr Ovcrzcag Secretaries could give an This wan arranged fo last Monday n'ghl bul lo Ihe Ulssp polntment of those who galhcre'I a the scliool houac the captain did no 0ut In an.appearance. A. Luchll. has bought Iwo lola on Ih Main street and Intends to put up building with a foot front. Par of this will he used as a drug ator and lhc rest aa a rcslauraol. and boart Ing house. The drug store will aup a long felt want In our midst an will do much 16 help forward Ihc pro- 5rc3a of our 'town. The boarding house as weM will he very useful as al (lie present lime the local hrilcl crowded la capacity every night and All avallablo rooms In lhc town are being piil Into uso an sleeping apartments, Rcckcr and Yalcs the local Jumper people havj bought another lot. no prcsfenl holdings so fsal they can enlarge their yard which at prcn- cht la hardly Ijfg enough to handle all the huelndss that thin thriving dia IrJoL 19 calllnj? "upon II to do. own electric light" ft. TackRherrj's veil drilling mach- ine moved on Tuesday from the site oi the Merchants Bank lo .J. Harris' lot rhere he has a contract lo drill a well. One of our young Fraser Demi- ton, has been down lo Lcihbritlge liiisj week making application lo.joln tnn Canadian Flying Uorps. He the! preliminary examination all right and j now has to report to Winnlyeg for further examination. He Is Ihc firs' of enlist In Ihis popular arm our forces. j Mr. and Mrs. J. H. aru jak- Ing arrangemcnlH for an cxtenJcO holi- day to Callloniia. Ttic trip !s heing taken for Hie hcnefll of Mr. 'MceiVa ard all his fricntls here arc Ish Ing for him a speedy return lu to-usual hiillh.anil elrcngtli. The local Red Cross workers mat t the home'of Mrs. Iluhle on Weil- esday nflernoon. The Young People's Society hcM i very enjoyable time In Hit school Tuesday when Ihe Ilcv. J. 'italic gave a lecture on Scottish wit anil V-jmor. Mrs. K. M. Swallea has been nppolnl- cd by Hie local' branch of thc'H Cross Society as their official dele- gate lo the Hcil Cross ''Convention which h being hold In Calgary this week, cnO, .She, tad last night for that city. The following donations have been received by llie Tfeaaurcr of the 1 to carry on Ihe work From tht While Lake dlatrlcl. Mr. S lands ilLitrlcl: Mr. A. 11. Saiimlerson j'Ju, Mr. (r." II. S'aundencn 910, Mr T. (J. Uoiillon ?25, Mr. KrlU Ja, Mr. -_r- ,vj loi 1 I 1 Thet Ideal Combination of Luxury and Economy Of all tlie cood tilings of life, lhc "Oslcrmoor" Mnllrcss costs lhc least. You carf-figiirc it out, easily. A tailored suit coats from to 370. Ami you payil cheerfully, even though you tt'car il ljul lira seasons, because you kuow Q jolily Pays. Voii liiivo lo jiiiint your iiousc or BO, lo prolccl it from decay. A piano must lie tuned twice a year, in order lo preserve its lone. Auto- mobiles ore good only for five or six years.' Bill tlie Vornon-Jenka The monthly busi- ness meeting of the branch wilt lie hcl'l .In (be school house, .next Wed- nesday Ihn. 5th of; December nn'l fill mcmbura and fricndw arc lo al- tcml Tho intcllnB -will Blnrl Rl 3 o'clock prompt. The Aid nf the 'Prcabyler- lan Church hoM'tf box' social In Ihe school -last night and were fa. Y lhc nary deparlmcnl I J. Andruflchuk linn opened n hlack cnlallona ol the depart- smith shop on Hallway avcnud find to doing a remarkable good business, He recently nought the lot on ithlch his ahop In iltuated from thn C. P. II. [n addition IQ Ific above sales tour vored with ,n 'rrowiled house. A var lod programme was pill on In which Ihc following look part: Mrs. W. J. lUK-hanaii, Misafca Jl.iclntosh, T.Iagco and Spath anrt Messrs. J. Huchan an and J. and wlilcli was enjoyed hr all. L Selcctlona nn the gramophone were also, given, Afler lhc concluded nn au tographlc quilt which, the ladlca had working on Tor snma Mmo waa put up for auction nml brougbt Inln tho fund lhc' Hum of Tho aalo of hmea which was underlain by Mr. J. Harris caused great, amoun of fuh anrl after lho smoke had clear cc] Rway It'was found, lhat the totu amount 'realized for -the Loxcu wa Tho highest price that wa paid wna Work the Victory Loan has been The gives you at least 25 years of ideal service for yoiiir a dollnr n year for rcslful cenlsawcck for lho luxury of a perfect bed; TJiere arc ]ilrniy of "Oslcrmoora" that have linen in niglilly use for 25, 30, 40 and cvnn 50 vcnra, and thai nre good JiialtrcBaea tlio praclicaleconomy of lliifl Jamona collon fell i- t Every genuine "Qfilcrmoor" hai the name worcn in thrrbortlftr. for it. Sold by the lluit Dealers Eicrywhtrc. t rniE ALASICA BEDDING' co. LIMITED Makers of Bedsteads and IlcJtling WINNIPEG Rcginn ;