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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta DKCKMriER -I, 1017 THE LETimmnr.K HERALD PAC.F. SEVEN 10 liie Fernle. Dec. lirat big rally tit the political campaign nuw holding lha altenllon of the peoyle of Canada rscluslvo of all other subjects except that ol tha We drive. Jusl closed. Lo 'raise by Hie sale ot Vic- lory Iloails. took place here lust night Iu Iho Grand Theatre, tho occasion clra'.v'ng an audience of all itolllical party applause ol his follower' In the audience. Fred Baynei Acted ai Chairman lo oiipu'ltic iirosrammo before an audl- onc-e ot slnngera anil In prcsivice or bo wldelv known and practiced speakers as lion .Martin Durrell, Mr. Moore proved equal to the occasion, und went at oucu Into the veiy hoar! ol hll auliiccl, BUCCTCdlnB In lonvlnc- Ing tun audience that te was sincere, and by no means wilt, the absorbing suljocl now botog dlt- cusseci by ali CajiaJs. Mr. Moore first dealt with Ihe fran- ch sio bill, and Iho woman vole fealurc- and dcclured the net to be aulllclently obnojlous lo condemn to defeat the orlglmtorn ol so nefarious u meas- ure. Tills bronjht cheers from the supporters ol tho opposition cinili- detca He lhat Ihn wln-thc-war cry being BO persistently used euould Le to wln-tho-elect.on. It was the occasion of the first op- pearincc of Dr. Donncll. Hie union tindlilale. hjlore a I'cfulc audience. jtiiiwi__________ ..and opinions, and Including n very large. of Silton sliowod of tallies. through the whole prepared program. Cries of no, no, and yes, yes, came from all of the room al this point aril Ireouenl Interruptions spiced the though ho has been a familiar I gure Ot the speakers talk. Ho on tho platform In various oilier ca- as [Q lllo talk, Hut he Ind liad'iKs, durlns Ills twenty years of ralijer ,-aiicd a traitor, than to hc.vc residence In tlie town. {tla rccorli Of ine Borden gorerninoul Tho house, was filled to cap-iclly. him. Borden had obla ued and. p.ll things considered, II wns un uy niC' aid of Iho "Inlercsls, orderly nioslly In a good humor, t .va. (orco be'ilnd tee----- .._ 11.- Candy CROWN J8AND SHOP Fine lor Ubis TMeeh Gburcbee St. Mary's p.m. clan; teachers mcel'ng at S-M. Wednesday til 8.30. parochial tton. Thursday at 8 o'clock. U. A. Friday at t.li. J.W.A., Intercession service al 8 o'clock. Choir practice Latter Day after oon at 230. a meeting of the icllct society In Ihc church, iiibjeci. "Thcol- tisy and Tcst'mony." Baptist oven- Ing, prayer meeting, study ot lh and Its cause. He spoke of Dr. Don nell's plea for' British fa'r pley, an turning to the audience he wanted I know if It was; British fair play t ask a laboring man to leave his wor and his family, go. overseas and fac death and all the liorrors which ha been so often and so Tivldly porlraye 'lo Ihcm. when.llicro had beon 30.00 new millionaires' made'In Amerlc since Ihe war broke out. Somii nilgli criticize him for going across tha llm but hero in Canada, U was staled tha had hceri piled up out o no, from the audience, but turn- to a miner al hls-lofl on Btoge .d one lo his right, he retorted: lore is a lo my left who will r me out In thai slalenient and e anolhcr on my right who will do same. I have been a miner- tor any years and know whal 1 am (alk- g about when I make these stale-1 lnvked regular weekly testimony meet United evening at li meeting of Ihc Sunday school eieculivo at Ihe parsonage Tuesday'evening, decline; of the Go- (orlh Miislon Circle al the tome of Ifp.denslroni. .Wednesday even Ing, prayer services to which all th cent. REDUCE BREAD PRICES IN THE UNITED' Wnshlngton, Doc. rj- ducllori In hread prices wherever poar ilble 'Is recommended, lo bakers throughout country by the Mr emergency council of the fatkjat h- Baken wB go under cenM CMaMiber 10, using a set ftinpn- pnuunltkg a WOMEN VOTERS ARE REQUESTED TO Register >f THE COMMITTEE ROOM Tlw Ltthbridffe Women's i'- Union Government Association At the S. 0. L 1U1 TENTH STREET SOUTH _ AT ONCE A WSMAN HAS A VOTE WHO IS 1 The wife 'l Kldler vrtio hn served or la Mrvlng with ttn British forcci (either Can- .idlan ir ot Can- ada In ttis present war. 2. The mclhtr, daughter or of a aoldler wh hsi cd or la serving with the Brit- ish forces (Canadian or Imper- ial) out cf Canada In Ihrprtnnt war.. 3. The widow, mother, cr or lister of a aoldler haa nnti with the British forces (Canadian or ImlKrlal) CansJa In the preaent war and who hat died. .4. wife (or moth- er, oaughtir or titter a ullor Mrvlng In th under Eugene' Gruenberg. Dill SL 3oillhLPhonc_J090. GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 Blh Sl.-Sdulh, Lsthnrldje Day and evening schooL horlbnnil, Typowrrtum, and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1315 or Principal 1U1. While for Kull InEormttloo. DO IT N6W! OtLAY MAV LOSE VOUH VOTE TCLEPHONf No, PULLEY'S AUTO UVERX Phone 154O ,v Phone 1HJ, P. 'p.- Bw 80> HENDERSON, 'REID AND ANDDVEINQ TS French Dry Cleaning. Our praceaa eliminates danger of Injury to fv menu. Only Ibo highest class Tort turned oul. No dyeing. Irameillnta alenllon Is country ordcrj, 524 Street B'onth. I'hone ISiZ. Presalngi RV pah-Ing and alterations well dono at reasonable, prices. Wo call for and deliver goods. 410 Clh Street South. _Pbono the" tailor. Cleaning. preaslns and repairing. High Work fll lowest prices. Dellfery 113 7th St. S." Phone 1019. SS824 chanarcd Audlta, EU, MinufactiMna, Retail Accotntlhft. i Aeadle iulldlnj, Third a, WATER LOCATOR, WATEH I.OCATED-I CAN L. water for you. Charges raaaoaabW. T. L. Davles, Nobleford, CHINESE UPRISINGS .UECTRICW., 'JSUPPLIES Pekln, Dec. In pro-. gress In the Yanglso.KianB Itcludlng two Independence Biove- Rebels In Iluan-irpTlnte are to march'' 'ANB ALL "TBtCAi Of t ;