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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Ml Tim r-KTJIBKlDGI', D.if-Y IliOUI.D TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1017 Lira! W. J. llai'.ei. Hon. Thomli of hbor, -ilvl Hon. controller, carue la (I'MN riN'JUH Kll'.iil KhtINT for sane siarp i-ril'djM at lonlsht's Persons dUsstlsfled with the decl- of Itc fiiy luuudi when lions of loc.il tribunals may give no- to a carload cl po- lice ol appeal T-1ihirt ten nays after utoes at i'MC POT bis I o.b. Wyoming. al uotU-c ol decision. In re- was turafi down. H II llessfl. rtyro- ertct to all esses decided during tee lha ;raJei and labor council, uicnih of November notices u! appeal declare.) ibal are miy bD giten at anv time up to and stored in (he city. Including lOih December, In cases or Tile question was asked why iho, lo- food producers their appfils will re- Cal fool lasperlor did not visit Ihe ceive favorjbli consumption and all waroVuies snd coH i'.oriss plants concerned in the admlnlslra and report: AWerir.an Maunsss declar- -tion ot Ihe Military Servici Ac; have el thu Inspector Ucl'allum bid gone been sa Infracted. repeatedly lo such places and bad ,'otices of appeal rcijnlrtd no psr- been refused admlsJ.OD. Tbe council tlrjlnr form so lens Si an Inteatioi. h.'.d Wrllion 10 Mr. Crolberi asfclns Tor shown In the letter. Ax? ths r.cHiiiry naihorliy ind had rc- to an lic-fio.1 sppeillng "ill r-ceive ample no fdply. CO il-c o( the place and dale. A ll'.al Mr. llauna has cnuseJ of supreme co-art will Lear his ay- II -K-3 clAloied lo[ or iroul'le [alllne, to au promptly. The pC1l councll will esdMvor in buy u supply .Notices of avpeil may lie given br a. or patitoes for cililMS nl 11.50 J bag. man lilmscir by a parent tr. Any who h-is [ailed- Co make an appeal aul 10 ilo so should Immediately address a letlfr to me merely statins his desire to ap- peal. Youra truly, lSsa.) J. .M.Carson. Registrar Under Military Service Act. 1S17. Calgiry. Alia. A lice _ _ fice fan live you, will cheerfully rendered. Quebec. Dec. The Ilrsl frelghl tmin crossed the Quebec bridge yes- cars. rain ran en the bridge from tie sauih tide j at 11.53 o'clock and reached Ihe norlh ny ass'.slanjc that our V-F-A. of- teraay. Composed of 16 Ireight c o'.1 the Ucllid Grain Growers' one V'3I1 and ono private car. Tho tr You will notice '.hat your applies-' snore at noon. The total weltht or the Uon for repeal dor.-s DJt in any way train haie to be formal. Lul anyway you one raikeyjur wishes :n the matter known (he full weight ol the train rested on to the registrar, cither by letter or the central apan the eipansipn of (be Tiro, but will be acted upon the same 'if U would be irere II formal. Do not neglect your-opporiuoity lo act nojv. Ycurs fraternally, II. W. Wor.d. f'hvlU KWIS'T "The olt'tude of labor Is thr.t be- fore- you conscript manhood you must take something more; you must con- scrliit wealth. That Is my posl Ion. It is my rirm conviction that the, Uor- deu government dare not come before you on Us record or past admlnistra- t'on .'proiltecrlng, gambling and stealing, at lc-25t (heir agents have stolen, of millions ol dollars. They dare not conic before you on Ihelr record out they come with a lot of ullra-palriollc dope. You all re- member Ihe 1911 cry when they ullml- ed you to the Issue of the campaign by Hopping Cue rlafi. They are carry- ing on the same tact'cs again. They der thai they iulslit Ifirn wh.it catastropha the Kuslon government IB. Mr. Woolf. hss a solution tor tho rousi'flptlou Issue, and it'6 a wonder brlgbt loluds at Otuwi never heard of It before. It Would bo an unbeatable appeal In Quebec, espec- ially as Mr. Woolf proicj wlin fleuros. which never lie, that lie solution Id tho rljht one. Here is the wonderful on which llcnrl Hourassa bis Mailing for: Sir. Woolr. il be were the government and wanted more men for the army hex vcruld take stock of (he recruiting record ol tbe prov- laces. Out in llriiish Columbia.. 10 per cent of Ibe populailon Ins en- I fled voluntarily, lu Manitoba, Sis- mm. Ottawa, live. DrttUh eov- crimieiit lias declined to pcruilt en- try from Canada Intg Iho Uulted KiBgJow of Christmas uarccls Tor clvilEana. Tho deiMirtuicnt o( Undo and commerce had cabled asklug who ih other articles wouhl be permitted en- try Into the United Kingdom, first for Iho general public, ands second for Iho Canadian soldiers. Itr reply, the Canadian high coiuuilsslouex cabled: ileclhto lo enlry of Christmas p.irccls but gelling down lo the staid sob- er cast il Is Quebec has enlisted only 2 1-4 per cent. Many blame Laurlcr for Uils. but Mr. VA'ooK says Eorden should be blamed. He Is a Tory, so why shoulilu'l he? P. K. 1. Uas eal'sU'tl only 2 7-S per ceril, Nova Mr. Wcolf would start by euTorclog conscription In Quebec. When en- cash bad beon taken to bring ihclr quota up to ilial of P. E. then he -vouIJ spread '.he act to tLe Island province. When ilie quota In Quebec and P. E, I. had reached Tour percent, Nova Scot a would to mo under the act. When five cent, liad been reached Now Drunsw ck would be placed under conscription, then would SHINE Ai Union Stock Yards, Doc. Caiudlau irjlillOtors inadu a line allow- ing at yesterday'! seialon or the In- lermttocol LlvcalocU Show Ellliulllou ot Iho local ilock yards. In the Shropshire Yost, of Kansas City, was aoconJ. liidlaas, Collego all Lbe prizes In the claaa (ur pure bred fat Short- horns. (Contlauixl from front l.ee. Hltbg.te. Ont.. won Ural and AltxrU. Calgarr, Southern Al- berla eiccutive flud It IB Loiuoailble an euct e.tl- ed eecoml tad (bird ou grade aud bred wctber- lambs and are the win-the-war people, they claliajcouia Ontario, Ihen the prairie prov- second for ycarlluta and also captur-1 mato o( the "Ascribed (or tho twelve dlrleloiiH la Uielr tcrritor? lor j (en- days yot. wclhei. I Tbo break In tbe veather on FrI- and secdi.d In tho class (or fal'day BIK! Saturday bold uu Ibu Colswold yearling weihers. first ami. I-'ial returns frooi tbo who second on vretlier lamba. Iho cbuinii-1 were out in the country, and allhough lonshlp lor a" tat wether anil clumulon i every endeavor was made lo have ln- tor a pen of thrco'wethcr lanilia went: formation wired In It Is only possible to tX Urlen, Hldgctoivn, Ont. to an approximate Idea of thq The winnings o( James Snell. Clint- totals. on. Ont.. conslElert of first second Tbe total amount recorded by third for farwethef recolvej morning was T- A, UllEscl. Downsvllle. Ont.. look Ihlrd oh senior tal SLorthorn steers nr.il Ilflb In Ihe junior class. E. B. Cos- noil, instigate. Ont.. aw.inlt-j third ID. Ibe class far [nl Lincoln wether lambs. r Tllc BranJ champlonahlp (or fst, ence follow ng ILo ilcatb of Gordon steers .irenl to Merry Monarch, n Molscy. nseil 14, and tlio Injury or an- old Shorthorn eihlbitcd by-In-1 Tlio Haul ffgurcs for tho twelve other, when Mrs. Wood's motor car. illana Agricultural .College. Liberty idivlslona will ciceeil six million ilol- sklddiug. crashed Into (mother car and IKnd, a Hereford cal[ owned by h. jlars. CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE Toroulo. Dec. Anna Wood, wife of a Canadian officer lu Ger- many, was adjudged by ft coroner's Jury to ue guilty of Ihls amount will be ezcecdcd by sev- eral liumlrcd thousand dollars. Vt'illi Ilio total of recorded for the city of Calgary, II la assured that Southern Alberla'a final llgure will be between ten and a half and eleven million dollars. The objective wa< President. slnictiire was merely tivc siiteentbs of an Incb. Tha train repressed to the south side at 2.25 p.m. and made another crossing during the aHeraoon while LeiU special lett the union station and crossed to LeTlf, Inaugur- ating Ihe regular sen-ice. A large nupilier of Queieo bridge and Canad- ian government railway officials cross ed on the first train. Insinuatlns that we are the pzrly. 11 is an Insult to the citiz- ens of Canada .for any one pany. lo claim lo be wlu-the-war lo the csclus- lon of all Ihe rest. As I so about the [country I fnd Uiat Ibe people arc ins intimidated Tvlth this rty, but ey can't rntimidale nic. We all .nl to win the war. I find that (here an undercurrent- in' th's campaign; c people are airalil to speak out lest er be branded as disloyal. "Xow Ihe Inbor peijiis GRASSY LAKE Grassy Lake, lee. Nominations lor rural municipality of Eureka food .minislrrT.in speaking at i on Saturday, referred lo the Maruuls i of Lanedowne's' and said It was clear ibat tbe alcis of the entente al-' Fanner, Tnos. Jf-b, vdrr 'the'- Imports it' i la tern en Is 'In lelterl A' collective ot tie allies irtr aims now .iro-jltj, judement heVp io- werjkcu their lues ID tLe for- couotries. MEETINGSof L.LPACK 1 i' For .Week Beginning Dec, 3rd. al place nftmcd first each to to held la the afler- OOOQ at S o'clock .AL place men- tioned tecon'J In the eyeDlng at o'clock. SPRING COULEE WOOLFORD Tuadiy, December. 4 TATLORVULE KOiBALL Wednwdjy, Dtctmbtr .5 AETNA MOUNTAIN VIEW Thursday, Dtcembw I TABER AT EIGHT O'CLOCK Friday, December 7 BARNWELL -rCOALDALE........ Saturday, Dectmbtr 8. 48H1IIKIK TROK FROVT U. S. FrotcH, Pelrogrid, Friday, N'or. Uit "or the note wh'ch Major M. C Kerlh, the seat to Genenl DakbonlD under iastmctlons from Ambulator Frauds} protecting on 'the part of the United States ag alnfit tke nesotLiUons for an "arm Is tree between RUSSIA and Germany follows accordance wi.h perfectly defln lie from my gOTernmen flTCD by tha American ambassador a Petroirad. I hare the honor lo Inform you that owing lo the carrying on o a war by tht Untied States In alliance with Russia, ..which as Its ba'si the struggle of democracy agalna antocricy, frfrernment deddedl: and energel'cally protects against an; separate armistice which may be mad by Russia. I request yoar fiiceJlency to gir a'written actnowleOcjment receipt o this 1 Trolzliy, the Bolahcrlftl for elffn has isanerl a warnln wllh reference; lo American French cpamupicaLlona to Genera DuUionln whom the new governmen receitly deposed as coKniander oE th amileB. He aajs: f "Major Kerih's action Js. jllll mor 1 Inexplicable since the of (h 'American -war mission, (Lieut. 'Co Jadeon) made quite another declai 'Americans do not desire I Interfere with the settlement of an problems whatsoever.' U to be booed that Major Kerth and o ers will take'no'fe of these words an be.gvlded bylLem." RY. MAN DEAD" Mkhv, Dec. who figured (n Ihe early d velopmen1. of railroads In the nor I west, died of-apoplexy at his" horn .hire'today.1 Ho was associated at on fme TlMi the late Jamea J. Hill St. Paul. Mr. Daley waa 16 yea: AUCTION SALE 'Dairy Cattle. Calves, Horses and Farming Implements At L KASPAJrS Place, mflt North West from from Commerce, Thursday, Dec. 6th L7 Bilk cbwij liilT'w (t I grey mare (In foal) J'.rtm.'lflto coH; ;1 Mick 1300 llj'i.; i 14 t ttls (Ingle good hiiEt-y cornplete; t fl. McCorrakk section barrow; eeed' er; cfmt stores and rfnttefeWsrsaillel1 Ifeiti. .4 AT 1 PROMPT met FRANK wXpMMfON, Auctioneer Inccs and by Die Lime they got up lo Ihe percentage of British ColutnMa ihor have ion per ceat, of the popuUl.ou In the army a'od that would be CDough. Mr. WcolT explained thai lie had (his bright fdca direct from President Wilson.- Ho didn't mcULon how many armies It would enforce It but he thought It was lo bright Idea and pondered why llcnrl Uourassa had never thought'of It and advocated It in Quebec. Mr. Woolf was full of a lot ot other ere be an inheritance tai, an Income [bright Ideas tonight, enough with x, a Ui on corporations and that un- hvhich lo enlcrta n the audience-lor st profits je rctarnecl. This-Is the tltude of the labor men of the city Lethbrldge- They demand these Ings before the conscription o( men undertaken. The average wage of e labor man In Canada h about year. I say that belore you take ora him his capital, hU means of rnlng bis living, bis hands, you must ke from men.lite Flavelle the unholy, ofils that he nis" made out of thla ar. That's'why the people are op arms! We "all want to win this r but we do not-want the monled tereats lo dominate. We don't "wanl moribund parliament to force like conscription of men Ithout taking some of Ihe wealth that being piled up by the monled Intc'r- sts. That's tbe altitude of tee labor en and that's the. allllude of the .rniers, too." Mr. Pack here read resolutions pass- d by tho IJow Island of Ihe II. farmers are in 120 minutes by (La theatre doc didn't mind the "BT service act even !f U He y the law. :kdH itlftar The people had a perfect rjghl to yote It down if they wanted to. He spent a lot of time telling the audience why- It should bo Totad down because far- mers sobs are being .taken, but he for- got to mention that General Mcwburn, minister of militia, had announced inflelr (hat it any bona-fide farmer, boys in Ihe cow army' they would be honorably discharged and sent back He conscription was-just a game Intend- ed to camoutlage' the Drip In election and that.the gore rn men t ner- er intended to trjt'lt on In Quebec: He said Ihe main Canada to do (9 to raise food qr_ the'1 soldiers {Trill have to go on hali ration's.. It IB farm ers Canada wantt'i and pointed v'th pride lo Mr. Pack-who, be Eald, did his own (arming and didn't sit In n steam heated of flee'offering advice to Ihe. fai It on lo Ihe sidewalk. iorlmer supporters stayed to effect an organization lo gel out the role on elecl'on day. No opporlunMr was given Iho union speakers lolvc the. platform. Do you ever have That discouiaged feeling often cotaes from a disordered stom- ach, or an inactive liver. Get your digestion in shape and the bile acting trfe "blues" will disappear- You will soon be cheerful, J y ou take PIUS s LVOV or Universal conscription, uol lone of Hesh and blood. f.OTfOt to men he conscription of natural resources elecUon In May last- ed wealth and nol the conscription of! a .G- ,en alone. I want theses; C" a I at me was een all united behind this union gor- rnmenl. "And what is Ihis union Eovernmenl nyway. It U coDiuCSill ot 12 Con- ervatlves and Liberals. Tbe iberals say they are going to. have n equal dlrisio'n, bul they know It Is ol union and they cannot fcrce It on' Three weehs ago the poor people f Ihe country didn't inow anything boul Ihis union' governmsnl. The lonled class did nol want them to now. They dominate lie press of Ihe ountry bul the people are now begin- Ing to-get Vise. j 'The people are disgusted with the tls ot the Bordsn government and tflf liberals who r'ol.e Ihat way In 'Ihis lecllon thni countenance every act ol hat Borden government since tbe day E Its Inception. The lawyers don't Ike me In my attitude In this cam: iaign, but the common people do like me. Why, down at Warner the other day, I was told Ihat a speaker for nlon government Irom Lelbbrldge had old an audience there that Ihe Idler class were'with union government In his campaign, bul Ibal only Ihe rill- aft and'the-Slackers wert with the Liberals. lo sam up my altitude In this campaign: II Ihe government will conscript wealth and compel the weal- .hy Interests lo return lo the govern- ment their unjual'prollta and show a disposition to''equalize the rlcli and Ihe poor man's burden, then you can conscript.men, but If hoi we demand a referendum. I 'don'l want lo say anything agalnil Ihe Military Service Acl, It Is Ihe law of Ihe land, but we live In a democratic country and un- llfeo my opponent in'this Campaign 1 believe In tha good honor and the Jua- tlcc ol the people ol Canada'." Mr. 1'sck was heartily applauded on tak- ing Ws scat. Mr. Tho curtain now goes np on the vaudeville performaftcc lo-Mr. Woolf. At the outacl It Is-ne'Cessary lo stale Mr. Woolf hales lawyers, doclors and newspapermen and Incidentally the Ixjlhtrldge Herald. Ife reiterated the fact EO often tonight Ihat.. one could not bul be Impressed wllh .Ms strafing. Rul he It a lover of camo'i- rlage and he camouflaged Ihe Jsaue In Ihis campaign ia Ihat II -fc doubtful If It will be the same again. In- cidentally also Mr. Woolf did cotiald cralile strafing at" Hon. A. L. Sllton though lio sat at feet through sev- eral years at fMmonton, long enough to become a great admirer 'of'Mr. ton's manner of public speaking which he had taken the liberty 10 In no unmUlakeable way. 'AftOow Mr- hslea Ihe TorfM, lie made Ihe good -ConBefvallven ot -Magrnlli wrltlie tn sols lost night as he bdcd till after dish of unsavory slew lo Ihcra. cJch latelled "Ihe 3Ins of