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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TI1U DAILY 1IKUAI.D WEDNESDAY, DKOKMUKK 5, 1917 Hlba-ta DAILY AND WEEKLY j vocallng Mr. Woolf Is citing tisuros on Canada's military needs in the way 'toCrfllb'01 aud lhe bis rsmlrki is lhal Canada had OW medically til soldiers in England on August 6lh last. according 10 Hon. Mr. Kemp, then minister of militia, and that therefore no more men are "H Ike Canadians at the fro.it are in daneer of being wiped ont by the Germans, !or Cad's site and THE LETHBRIDfiE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED 323" eih Street South, Lethbridje W. A. Buchanan President and .Managing Director John Torrauce Business Manager 1000 men they have in demands. TELEPHONES Business Oiiice Editorial Offica why doa'i tbey send over tbofo 1IKV Kugtand" he Subscription Rates: Dlily. delivered, per week......W Daily.'delivered, per year Daily, by mail. per year .....75J.OO Mr. Woolf in Ills wisdom also states that the lowest recruiting record un- o'er the voluntary plan up to last June was T.COO nien a month. This, he knows to lit nearly wide of the IHE IP 111 MIL Lw> nt PICKED UP IN P4SSIJVG FOR THE BUSY MAN FXOST The amount of subscriptions and amounts subscribed credited to eacli tedm In this report comprises the 114- ouut received from actual residents in each district. CITY N'o. of Applications Amount Industrial F. Colpman. Canvassers X. T. Mcl.eod, O. Robinson, K. Living- 11 111 quote them hereafter. Here is the true condition as told in lhe Cal- jsry Albertan on November 2Sth: Ovnng to the fact that the antl- conscriptlontst and anti-war party In Alberta his been publishing Ihe state- ment broadcast that there Is a great surplus of Canadian troops held In England and lhat Immediate reinforce- ments are not required, if Canada lj to continue her part in the war, the Al- bEtlan telegraphed the minister of President Wilson's addrass to con-j ]jitia al Qttawa asking for data on covering trie war situation, and disposition of Canadian troops, as asking for a declaration of war on would be consistent with lhe military Dales ot espiry of subscriptions ap- pear dally on address libel. Accept- ance of papers eipiratkn ilsle is our authority to centinue Ibe. sub- scription. THE PROGRESS IacKay and A. 51. Grace. Cap.- Tassers: James Harris, E.- 0. Cranstoun, E. Me- fcaug'hlisn, C. Tr E. R. Rosslter So; District .N'o. CapL Geo. W. Green. Can- U P. Tuff, Wra. Isaacs, A. H. Held, W, T. Rogers..........'.. DisL No. T. H. Christie. Canvasser: J- B. Wilkie. One hundred ''Italians fomenting plots against .Ihetf uwn country have been arrested in different cities in the American northw'est and Gil) tons of wheat. Sir Robert IlorJcn will closo his campaign with a meeting at Hamilton _ on Friday, December 14. He speaks Simroe Counts-Council renewed its at Montreal ou December 12 and al patriotic grants qf 1317. mid voted J10.- Ottawa December U. 000 to the British Sailor's Itelie! Piind I and month to the 1 patriotic Fund, a iota! of 2 .55.COO ms. 2479 anadian Secretary G. 11. Debus-of the for encr, Ont., Manufacturers' -A'ssocla- cemeoti for France DIsL'rfo. P. A. not available. dsnvassers: Kaunedy Arthur, J. W. Rutherford, B. C.'-A.-SSitati Ition has seat a message, signed by some sixty ijembers, to Sir Robert Practically every factory iti Doraeu, expressing regret and apology Ont.v "wa's closed Monday as a -for the, recent unfortunate disturbance. civic protest against tbe disturbances i which .took place there at Sir Robert; record for tbe of November and the action oC jn movemont of ore from tlie tbe city cpuncilsin.refusing to tender Lake Superior district was establisb- an apology and express regret at Its month when the cargo car- spedaj ineetlni last Monday. More than was pledged for JewishV war, relief and welfare work at a dinnev given In New York by Jacob H.'iftSiff to the cam- paign to in this city- me from Mr. Schiff, ifobps in Canada, ont ot Disk No. Peter l.SOO The labor men'will, listen sym- f only are infan- W. jThe putiUsh'es the Joit.3ft'iiig as a news paragraph: "SET-: eral returned "sobers have made sign- ed statemeiits that they riioucyn" snd "lots of booze' if they wo'Jld "cons riera on -tllo lakes loaded tons, according to figures just Issued. Mrs. Henry, wife of Conductor John Henry ot the C.P.R., was instantly killed when a motor 'bus In which she was going to- the C. P. H. station at the C. N'. R. crossing In East Tren- ton. Shouts and nicknames greeted Ar- maml .J-aTergne, tht Nationalist lead' er, who Is an indepsndent candidate pathetically, we. are sure. MARTIN THE KSRALD; "AND FARM TRACTOR HUT1ES Hall rforsc than .He. Mvtln will reni ember this next he farblea the editorial J.' Mc'p. "PreaSe note the'following Joavidson, A. Maxwell, of infantry: A. 103 "Atisnst, casusltles S.'S. r os o ooze i ent "to sit on the platform in the county of Montmagny 'running -t show buildins; meeting on in Ule federal election against the Un- Satnrda'y n'igfit" All of the mcri who lonlst and the Liberal candidates. made such slatemeats'repiiiHated the Some of tho crowd; were above offer with-scorn', and they claim-that the turmoil' to shout: "U Is yuar this leading factor in fault that Bofilcn is In power today. the ensulns frpjible." I Why did you fight fratsl l.COO enlistments. easualtles enllstnients. "October, casualties statements of the Lethbridge Herald ror'hls own ends. At Magrath on Mon- day- night be- took one sentence from an editorial reference- of the Herald's i.i> tractor Urifff make it against enlistir.enta. position on the farm endeavoring (Signed) ''Military Secretary." IB" foregoing dispatch there are ihre'e important features, tbe first be- pear that Herald no longer true Liberal Herald will give S500 to Ihe Rr U Woolf can shnr e has n dp Th> ed ce 11 le a a thl E f rmr> tsrm po ttion the amal! number of infantry reTrv 'i aysllabls, not sufficient to :t resulting from two igagemenU as Pasachendaele; "flmall number Cff traopi employed cDnductlng the necessary duties of f the administrative staff, znd the tre- Kerald'rne of ii a I n 16 the i e tn ra "li may EHtton ss an honest'man 'i UP mi a ihl -12 C.S50 to sister: BroirKr'i iininbfc choke of the purest and best, remind DkcUy': gift, v hich link sup Ihe mernorj cf their courtship d deavor t ir; iie hi Dunham. Canvassers: C, S. Crest, W. A. Ham- ilton Dlst No. E. C. McKenzie. Canyaaseri: J. R. Albert Firth, J. B. DeHart 118 DisL No. H. Macbeth. Canvasser, W. J. Lloyd DisL' No. E. Canvassers: H. J. H. Slteith, Thoa. Lanier Diit. No. A. B. ITCS. Canvassers: FT d H Juil 1 E I Trach! 00 til tH 1 0 T J708.150 )43 i El war rac wa" to r an I IB v.rp t ra to a ey pp c In sf c at time Is to '.ir far farm fracfbr Urif! I: question with all1 who want to win the war, but at Ite ame time the government that abolished the use of grain for making that has abolished Ihe patron- age list and lhat has put the packers in their proper places, may be expect' ed to take tlje right view on Ihe farm tractor tariff question if their investi- gations show tbat production of food stuffs in Canada can be increased by removal of the duty on farm tractors and other agricultural implement! Hoh. T. A. Crearar of ths organized farmers of Manitoba Is now minister of agriculture' and Hon. A. L.'SIfton Is now minister f customs. They under- uin age 4'artment. Xartta Woolf says he's not an l! tue.lnthii Dut there are campaign! yet unborn in which h? will be u tinu. said Martin Woolf. wasn't an iisue in thli'.campaign.frit because hh nightly .tketch lakes 120 minutes by .the heard of the shepherd who, kept- calltec woll" when therft was no wolf. That's the trouble with Mr. Pack In this much Woolf. Grand total 'f 973.300 A Splendid Record Calgary, Dec. That the final fig- -es. for Southern Alberta's, share In e Victory loan will amount to over [even millions now1 assured. B) ust how much thjs figure will, be eeded will not rje'jtnown for" savera' ays yet. Yesterday's malls brpughi records amounting to more- than alf a million dollars. Then are In icallons that cities .of- Medicine lat and will pnt.ln some Ignrea ai to amqn'nts. aabacribed, u; well as to Ihe nnnihers of application; ecelved In proporlloi; (o population hat will mike all the other figure hat have been recorded in Canadi ade into the shade. The organization for 'tile Victor: can In these cltlei well handleii ind quietly and economically managed atari d the needs of the farmers of tbe 'weal as >erhfps think, the farmers jw meu do. can leave the-lr cuee In ttie hands of theac two men. Will Martin Woolf kindly read the whole_6( Ihla. editorial to Ihe neit Audience of farmerB-he addresses in this riding, ".niJ net try to camouflage 'f the [act tfyU he Is opposed to Can ida'a further participation In the war by a screen Df-hslf-lles tt to the Her aid's position on th? farm Impiemen (nriff? MARTIN ,A8 A MILITARY CRITIC: Martfn Woolf his been going abou tlie country posing as an expert on Canada's .military This may The at Ihe front are cabling mmb "Vole for conscription." Wh men suffered from cxposare hail, plenty of fpodjint, their supply was Insufficient. This j lilt craft had -sailed 8M nlles.B; cha toward when The crew left .the -sinking ship two boa'la. VM wp.Npvc ber 21 by a ted by Mcssleura Woolf wouH It not? U would GERMAN OAIN 't Bcrlfn, Doc. troops ycalenlay Ktprmed find he I'd .til" west' of Cambrnl, It d unonnced 6fflt- lally. FlTO kundred are Bald to taken. Will YOU Have MUSIC In YOUR Home This Christmas? q Can you imagine any pastime more wholesome, more elevating, more enjoyable, than an evening passed in music, the whole 'family takifig part? If you find that the'evenings seem long, are monotonous or cheerless- try music to liven them up. Many, in fact most'musical instruments are easy to learn. Make an instrument the. Christmas gift.to each member of the-family-get the "home orchestra" started-rnake your "music corner'' the-most attractive spot in your community. We will be fllad to help you chopse-here you will find the largest stock in city of Interesting Musical Instruments Our goal is aiways that of equal or superior quality at a less price-and in our small goods department we excel famously. Buying largely, never permitting out qualities "to even in the face of wartime tightness of market. We offer Violin, Banjo, Mandolin, and, "Everything in .Music" at prices, very low. Let Us Help You Select That Gift 'tilt IKflt OF YIITROU tYUW SIYlt-iVtm fRia BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH 8., LETH9RIDOE ;