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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOlTxTHEN TllR LETIinmiXiK DAILY llkllAl.D SATL'IWAY, DI-CEMHKR.8, 1917 What is tour Duty in The of These Crimes? Toe ItjIlonlnR under Iho heading o! wake, Ufbsrth. Awoke." Ihe'Saniloua Krer- "Over acuj.s'' column We may not iirby for even tbosa haVe loved and have-lost at the vUns. ot Ibe 3C this .ae has i-ome to ail Canadians. iLst may be forgiven, lot they do. Any attempt whicb liaen or may 60 mado to obscure '.3 Iss-je brought before Canada the pending elecllon must re- -ila an' attempt. Xo toe rah really deceived thereby. Shall Canada to In honor, or phall the tura bs.cS That Is Iho question to id- on iho answer ..._ _______ make mill depend ;lr classification 'uefore the bar oi voting lor a sovenimenl pledget) as Us first luraniou'Jt the children 33 busy as yossitle with. iheir studies. so thai they w'jmld'noi have leiture (o brood over what they see and hear every I've. had little Marguerite so on with her EIUJ- llsh Wessons steadily aud read as much Kiifllsb as possible. One ur ihe books her teacher slve her Cable.1 She looked up trom me uly wjih a pale fiix- auJ jn a Ottawa, Dec. Successful canll- iliity to sejs this through upon j have been written dates at a qualifying examination which Canada started In r-Ub resowel mf nllgalll-l ilT lfns about and which, up lo this time rnt ihings lhai happen lo us all the tliuo at cflcdnvtea In high chivalry, hopi we have seen. The moil who western Canada on November H ami coorsse. li H should be that In arc doncii and starved nnd killed, j is were (in alphabetical inarx eKamlnalloris'were: H.C.; 11. R. Cook, Roth. M. Duggau. L. It. Kverelt. Fitiualrick, U. f. Goyns, II. U. H.ies. J. Gfllllchcoik, It i. Jackson. A. W. Vancouver: A. Andrew's, T. A. Uarnard, J.-Dower, 11, Chapman, W. J. Couilni. J, Uurraiv, Dewlele, U Farrow, A. PrJser, J: 0111, II. M. Insertion. II. 11. lllnltl, M. UUKMS, O. Humphreys, G., A. Croticher, H. SI, Jacksou. Al Iteslna: G. J. Armslrous, A. shaw. A. 11. Paul. B. A. lltuhlc, A. llenuetl. J. U. Clddle, W. i. Boyle, W. Sliiinio'is. i p. Drown. P.v W. UurrovVs." J. Copley. At Moose Jaw: H. V. UndtorJ. T.I IMslmey, ilona K. Uoth. L. Xlar- II. Coode. A. Harrison. 11..W. Jaiues. aliall, A. V.' 1'ush, J. C. luinil c-au- idea ol se she nun voting the return of iho j 01 Laurler [action, let her reallie tbat (heir all just she Is working tlici Canada may de- line of defense In France. nlihtiuor? TM r4 answered and Canadians the for tbat i is. call it iho Laurlor by referendum or policy I the mothers wbo are trylns In vain At VUtorl follow their daughters Into cap-If. iut of w like division uf tlieiivll service u. Klrwln. V. uiig, Slanders. 11. .afferent throughout g. 'J. Moore. J. II. Northwood. }1. A. Olliver, J. 11. A. Held, A. Itolllns.f J. what lue Germans do to ts. Isn't II? Utorli, U. lgsbiT W. Al Vaucouver: U.C.; Ver.i Dorinan; W. Doroiir II. Clsrk, J. C. Clut- Shorti, P. A. String. H. II. Web- ster- I j h olher js al sne stooj you ivUh as camouflage. (toes this thai she. Is working to the end thnt Canada may fcrget her pledged word, lhai she may wallow In the blackest sin I "hj" besiSe the railway tracts little Julleu beside her (be was U and told him in'a fierce, ebokcJ voice: 'Ixiok. Julleu. .Never forget what you are seclus to- Mackiy> iV K. ,toii. i'. Money. wllh her Schubert. T. A. Wheeler. At Nelson: H. J Keron. At Kduionlon: J. U. Bunion, SI. Yonufi. At Calgary: A. J. Burbudse, Helen o[ present, of ike future and ul their jIn n conscience. Thero cau be no loyally to old lenders or as- clalkns' utters its eipanacions to find thai the roots of dls- ,nar are disclosed. to lor internal reforms, tart 'n. social, or whatever iliey may m-e uttered in Ilielr turn only lo Iheir hrflowncss in the'fsce e to tile e! d-ilenders, as watched the soldiers Harris. H. A. Kalhreus. It llrlvc lnto (he caule rsrs lllc olj l A, p. Mack, P. U. Traise; P. Unsworlli. At Saskatoon; II. M. Jackson. At Hlelna: J. llanneruun, J. Cronib, U. Evans. 51. K. Roth. At Winnipeg: R S. Day, II. E. Mafr. rteaJ. s! people, but it j wolllen ami adolescents, torn frcui thai she, a woman, Is by her, in sucn B3Sie (hat they actions condouins the attacks pi no change of cJotfcinE, no food, llun ujion the sanctlly of woman- even Ilat5 vvrnps- hood and childhooJ. Sli6 U justify-NVe slooii (here. they had-not ins enElai-emept of her listers, a ircal crowd of womeu and' F. MacOlllivray. fate jiuch worse than death. She agonizing in that dreadful. Successlul caudJdMes at Iho prelim ihe murdtr o! llule -snmcc which Is the last refuge of is statdlns by while Gcr-nur pDori bltlerej up. The scenes ol musi one man soldiers, snatch children Iro.n I WBS suffocating, literally Un- ;hal Canada shouW bc to Iheir mblher's arms and lorlurc ablo ,0 you do not know I nr as lo whether or not we She Is passing b> on anli horror you to go on in our busl- business of all decent 'na- drivlns back these beasts At-plmontou: J. II. Plackmore, W. Brown. S. .K. Carlcr. A. 1C. H; G. 3. Arnold. J. llalley. U. E. Crulcher, S. Dajul, J. K. Fiig, H. Fisher, R. Kraser, J. E. Olbjon, C. Oolaing, D. llebentou; It. S. lijxlge, K. llodees, P. James. T. OXoftno-, T. Peacock, II. B. I'rylie. A. Sblrijjy, J. P. Taylor. J. liroitn. Mar- lon Chesc. 51. II. Chethaui, -R. A. cn- Elms L. Train. j Wilkle. The treat that its lovers learn to exped: from- a cup of "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE, is always realized to the full for Brdnd" holds its aroma flavour to the lasl: spoonful in the air-tight can. U )4, I and pound tlnj. fine grount< for Prrcolalori. Nf In t-ulk. SANUORN. MONTREAL. iMAJESTIC THBATRE Monday Night, 10th but aUo far be It from me in ari-oiii-'s'soul deception. ii'iy it tie brnugiil home "U evfry daughter of women thai In d l'S. the first "federal tleclion In she has hid vote or discern- 1 '.Ic influjnce. that it is not politl- but policies, tor. which she la 16 vote and vrork. not persoc- but ;irlnclples.- her re- thlt when she voles and up, au 'Allons, cnfaiits de la Palrle.' "The sound of the singing and Ibe filled lo overflowing with Lhe new cases of madness." MEETING DEC. 12th 'TO BE ADDRESSED BY 'jfi Shepherd- an'd others, .lier cerempny-wae.-flllcd in. cares ncl for Uie rulhless slaughter I of school children of England. SJi3[ cares not about the bell rain of Zeppelins, crashing Into buildinss in I undefendea towns and .oul of which lsound o[ (hB awa fn hloody Tags; are carrleii Inat IhatJ morning- were women who I prayed tt) the same God. "We did not weep no. we have dares to address from her wllh-'never shown them how they can tor- hblden the mo3n5 of I hose girls of ture us. Noi a tear.was y iLieir'e deported Into Germany and! "But the next day our insane asy. Vbom Ge'nnai officers were lam at I 'allowed to pick Iheir orderlies? Looi for.a moment at the.plclurn of the regions pf France and. Bel- glum recovered'.from l.lte Hun. .Here nre only children.- Ko found un'iler forty and no Eirl or boy orer fourteen. The slgnifl cance of-that must sink home. And; what, of the'children found? Hund- reds are. 'ilcllms of, through the simple process of star- vation. Hundreds are robbed of their mentality. They were only children you see, and Ihey could not wjthjland the- slshts of .hardships I TiUi which ttey: were surrqundeij. so treason wig mif.cftessly irithrirairn. All this great L-ompahy of children lacgh no- more nor play. Bui they I wall, wait upon Ibelr deliverance anil tliat of Iheir. little frleridi, I OhT Canadian, woman, you must you work ID the clcclJou of.Lhis year of 1917, 30 13 your ahs.wer to this sig- nal. On December lilh remember, the women and children ,oE- Serbia, Bel- gium anc! occupied France- LL CALGARY GRAIN PRICES Calgary, Dec. S.-J- Oals. 2 C. W. 3 C. eilra No. 1 Feed 1 Feed 2 Feed 67Ts. Barley, No. 3 121; No. 1, 119. T realize lhat but grace ot God ilhese children might hare been your own beloved. Theje broken Ihings tbat once were might bare yourself, -.your sljiter or your daughter. It la Juil from lhat, lhat Canada's (Iglillng min on the lar.'off AjVone who thia plcannt lirt- flf hant-nafa roufffc Eymp, Till Jalrklr vhj it is used in in the UpUrd ud Ruirjia than finy otlwr rrmedr. JTbc Tiiy it iakn hold of an otcliub wcli, rivin? immediate relief, Ttfl ke you rctret tbat jiiii icrer trial before. It A trnlj rcnifdy that aliould ba kept in trtry lo use at thl Inb ffn ol a couffh, jiiiht or day. Anj onif-nilt can tapply TOT wtth tlinMj of Pinei [5fl cenir irortltl. this inlo a IG-oz. hnltla inj fill in ricvlknt couch syrup lie belli? with plain eranu'atM rujrsr i knip, coil is about tnt 'roa hare 16 OUTIKS of. tie [wsi rfTfiedy vou ercr.nEcd. laithjr relief you nl from couch syrup will really promptly heals the in- red wabranes tSti Ihe I air pwufn. the your eonjrh_ slops entirely, lor brGiichitif, crcnrp, wuwp- 'i and bronchial arthnji. x is a'tisblv concentrated toe- of Korway pine ozlrzct, and is orer for its healing line In Flanders are-Earing you'anil jyomj loday. But It so, lhal i no Canadian woman has 30 little Im- agination, so lillle pily, so little soul thai she miist be.lndlyiduaily alfected before she 'is willing to pat forth an effort for the donor of Vomanhood id for Hie protection of'chlldren. Let me auote an Instance from the pen ol Dorothy Canfleld, daughter of Dr. Canfield, of Columbia University and herself rery well known'In Hler- ry circled. She haa bad personal ex- perience In the dcvastaled dlslrlcla ol France and ol a conver- with a woman vho had been held there, a woman well known In her.CTfn and.other countries. "Once afler lhai we had E paishlg glimpse ol English soldleri, a group ol wretchedly ill. men, with their wound! uncared for, stumbling along lo Ih slallon. They not taVen. lo the lospltal to be- cared for; always modi harder on the' English prisoners Iban on any others. Those were Ibe 4ays early In the wir, when there were things Have YOU Lost Your Naturalization Certificate If to, yon wD loose'your ,vote, ahhoogk joji ire from UaAtA St.lM unless yon cm fel a MWicerr tifirale to present to the government enumerator be- fore December 12 tli. v. Arrangements hare been with" the gel lor TOU a aruJ mall sanit to you ot .'I I EIGHT P.M. THE FARMER-LABOR CANOIDATE-AND Clip ont the.fonn below and If you live in Ltthbridje rifling apply personally or write to R. W. PILLING, Btaplre, block, near Alexandra Holel, LeLhnrldEe. 1 have Ipit ray Naturalization Certificate. Christian and Surname, In full Present P. O. Addrws Place wlicre residing'when naturalized Approximate dale ct as nearly aa you can ve- memhfr Federal which you are residing.........'. THE GREATEST SPEAKER IN ALBERTA' WILL INATONAL POLICY, CONSCRIPTION. LABOR LEGISUTION, SOLDIERS AND; SOLDIER'S DEPENDENTS, THE FRANCHISE BILL ''.'-I- Wekome. Ladies Cordially Invited Results of Ciric will be gireH dot from platform. v lo bay In 'the when' we .atlll had money to spend. 'How we all ruahed to. bay good chocolates, cigar- tltcfl. How we tried to Ihrow them to Ihe But ihere.was no'relaxalfon, thai llmft, c4 Ihe goard. Xot oncejdld we succeed. There was a lln? of guards lhai day and'lhey held-un far, far at a flilance with their rifle butui. II was horrible Ihe silence ot crowd, rlftoroMly observlni Ihe rule agalstt ol ,any EOrt; not a sound except the- thud of rifle butts on tinman' flesh. Old M. had Ms trm broker, that day. my hand! fill 'of cigarette; and chocolates, I followed Ihem all tte way lo Ihe itallon, my heart hnrnlng wllh plly for the poor men who looked at in wllh such 'sick elred, despalrlm Iinngry eyes. We what we dared. N'otblnE reached At Jhe Bil- lion they waited fainting with fa- loss of blood, with ouncer. ringed around with sol- diers, baroncti flied. There we we women and children old men oir band5 full of food and for- you-nev.r'know how slckcnlngljr i OH'kiock tram OPH. Jmr tlean can "'ro1' stm EO 01 tk. kort if akeorute Mtisfac rt'.mtrt nttea. Pa tl irilh Co, TM B STANDARD DANK .OF CANADA lit'B that whal was told Iho deportallooa she. not for fear of bringing down ,horrori OB-Ihe heads of still jit Ihe writer Iran- :wd Incldati perhaps ,-inm ea.tu-it'.riwy bo the'whole Trust Fuiids The responsibility asso- ciated' with the care Mfeguarding of Trust Funds may be eliminated by keeping Account thji J. G. SCOTT, G. F. BLETCHER, D. A. CURRIE, AccoMtkoUi Our Department iordi every facility {or hand- lint trutt Interest is or compounded 13thSLNbrtk 4th Avenoe Sow irge, CoiJinirtt. kioV, lo Veep 'Christmas Gift for the Family Nothing will bring greater joy lo ill, and (his enjoyment will last, not only (or Christmas Day, but ihr'oughp'uf.the and for many-years to come. We have the 19 i 8 models h'ere now. Come in and see them. See Xcll and strongly built they are. T hen order one for delivery Christmas and see what a really, lyierry Christmas it will be. BIJOU MOT6R PARLORS FIFTH STREET S. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" DISTRffiUtOtU LETIIBRIDGE, ALTA, ;