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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE POUR TIIF. IJGTHBIUDC.E DAILY I1F.IUU) SATI'IUUY. DKCKMBKK 8, ll Italians on tht-ir front aro not going' 1 well. The reault If thit tho Teutonic cc! oa lhf front ng moved Into Franco an.a'Flau.j Aas. Htloio 1 left 1 was atlarhed to umf jo! ilnw has- [been i blrgcr lhaa the battle j ol Waterloo every Jay there since. what has caal'led the Hun to and bailies ol tiiat prupwlon! H Is bo-: THE LETKBRIDGE HERALO PRINT-' osuse he Is being from the ING COMPANY, LIMITED. 323 5'h Street South, W. A. Buchanan Preside-in aud Managing Director Ivhu JJanat' Sir cibjje Blbaii WEEKLY UP IN THB eon, Al. 1'altcr, tho boior, was Imitated ;it FVrgus K'alls, MLuil.. tqu a fhargo of first Joyroe uy a grand Jury, which Investigated Ilio killing mer. at the 1'alier home last sum 1 llussiln (rent 1H ready 111 ibe ueir future let tha ttsllan where it Is because ho During Xoveuiaer, canailles report-. ed among men. enllsllcg In Toronlo1 number 1.S04. Ol t.hese 212 were kill- ed In action anil others died. TELEPHONES oriko Olliie The ol the late Col. Henry H. Suilih. psnl at arms la tho house cf commons. has Veen ealured for pro- The Subscription daily, di'llvereJ, ier veck D.'.ily, driivc-reil, YI'LH t-Rally, to' "'X'1- -vejr Weekly, by-null. ivar .J1.50 lnal is [5 an stand- Weekly, by niall. per year to jQg inai nas never Deeu canal- L-jnnot umifi mere T.lxre. The I I'nitet! Suies is doing wonders, Iml tiier c.i-mot do what is superhuman. iney have loug way lo Transport iheir and equipment, Knd food suufilcs. 11 lhi> Huns :iwo and a lull" millions !rom Iho I and Italian fronts before fhl reinforcements lie war agreed lo the dutranchisenienl of con- losi. Inirapdiately we are driven oil i ite lle'iEiau coast IUB Is lost and. I GeraMos are Ihe winners. 1 thereafter. not a pessimist, and I say there is i caly one reason why Ihe Huns will! ntver drive us oil That coasl and Is v-laed at house ol commons has Thi. will con- the duration tho war rind IDE led In ihe history ol the world.( Ualr-s of eil'iry sul'si-rtytlo .________________1 pear daily on label. ince ol jujiers L'IC: osplralitn date is JUST TO SET MR. PACK our authority lo continue ihe sub- RiOHT ON 0NE QUESTION Cecil formerly In tlio real istale business, ot Vancouver, was tilled la 'rcllon In recenlly vhlle serving as captain of a The first comprohen'iivc and autli- over clei'tlon day. F. farroll, 'of (he Portland. (Ore.) Pte. Douglas Munro, uou of Gcorgo Wunro. western Ind'peclor ot tho Mer- f chants bank, with residence In The miliierv service council al 01- was Burned hy a shell explosion awo has Issiwu lo oil ei-] I'i'scheudaele fighting ou Ocl- tribunals lo sillauru their ell-1 ll0 ls no" BI 1'.ar'! >iui' lllary hospital, Liieruool. Four hundred and seventy-live grad- uate nurses Cor "iauucdlalti and urgent army service" are iiuedcd before fic- ccmber it v.-as untmunced at Wash- ington, and tiL the coursu of the next year al least 29.WO uursca be re- quired In army hospitals in the United States and Kiirppe. Ssiillo visiting her parculs at Port Hope, Ulss Mabel Toier, of Toroulo, was taken- 111 with cerebral -Inenlu- gilis and died. Her nunt .Mrs. John llunry. ol Trealon, was Instaully kill- eil al tb'e C'aruaian. Xorthern ratlway crossing there .recently while on lior way lo visit Miss Toier. Miss Louise Olivcreaiij sclt-declar- au Illiioss of several uiunths dura- tion. Edwin Noomau, who was badly burn- ed when Q flfo occurred at Ihe plant of Iho Chemical I'laiit at Treuton, On- tario, succutlibc'd (o his Injuries. Enlistments AiuJer the voluntary sys- tem at Fort Rainy riding- to date are about which is one of (he hlglicst records yer cap- ita In the Uouimlou. K, Jlanselman, ol" Dranlforil, Only chiropractor ami nlghi muai'Jau much has been oritative direclory of Canada's Was cominiUed for trial at the noil [c4 nunrchlsi, convicted on sis chnrgea ces is to be published without delay On a charge of treason, lie of au Indictment cliatstni; vlolRlldii by the Lhc coiumlssioc o( conservation. j5 charged with havfug latupcrodVlih 'dr the tccllvo Imiuoillaiely, revok- IIIK Usl uwulu'E orilcr. wh. ,h set tho at lit cents.: X'niler Iliu nejf crdcr proOuoers Twill Yoceho J3.ii) .'M.T uf f'-.TS 10EKINM! S. Many are bohit receiv- ed at secretary of state's depart- nient ui "Ottawa from uursgus vvhoj clalm_to bars' li'eeh or nil received llulf pa Tho. ilfpartuicnl 'require? that by n lidavll selling forth ihe fscii Wild! lNcw Dco' sum iiayinenl I'jr vouyjlllK ei.atcnce In llib o( tho ccrtldcate. jccnnau military organization la v {fence wer-> tc'Uyd by agents Hre which orlglrfated la Uir pal- naTal bureau Icday lern shop of the I'olson iron works., on :c bul elftcls of Etroyed Ihla building, a number ol.Julius Merkel, a writer ll sniiillfir sheds, and badly damaged a leiMurer, yho was arrested lait i laree freighter ond o Irawler. Ilio damage belns; estimated by Iho presi- dent of (ho concern, Col. J. U. Miller, nt alxiul or The loss Is completely covered by Insurance. LEAVES FOR WINNIPEG Winnipeg. Dec. Free Press Ottnwa correspondent says: "Sir Wilfrid Ijmrlcr leaves Ottawa for.Winnipeg at 3 o'clock tomorrow morning. He will bo accompanied by Hartley .II. Den-nrt, JI.P.P., Hon. Wal- ler Ivlilcholl, provincial treasurer ol Quebec; Senilor Cas'gralii, awl Inlcroed oti Kills Island on i [rum Iho government r.uthorllted cording to these communlcatlonaj kel MUS ol. Iho head uf this Ga lody. DclCYtlYCs iodny raided a niunl Itdglng house In tha vicinity1 i waterfronl factory wblch hfis eol inont contracts nnU arresletl 32] Four rrt-ero j others we -o found' to be. Amerj wllhln drall age but unrcglsl for mllltar.T service and were 1 over to the federal authorities. Seattle'to teurycars In tlic Btata secrotary. Lucien Gigurcrc. position in Ihls campaign about con-i i Fcriptfon ot n-e.illh that cue w.-iuld I BELGIAN SHIP SUNK prison at Canon City, Colo., by.Judge Sir Wilfrid and his parly will reacl Jessie L. Simpson, formerly clerk lo Jeremiah Xelercr. in Iho federal court Winnipeg on Sunday ond wlU speak on Havre, Belgian Ian front. Tbe'iicH's irodi this theatre rjprden In his manlleslo has of vrar continue lo le -for Ereater efforts lo make The Herald is satisfied o so tor the Union gov- MeCORMACK IITTi The relroat o[ Hie British at Bourlon. wood_ was ajcompllshed in Buch a masterly manner that the move crttmBnl alrtldx nns a reputation of I really amounted to a victory. ,he things H undertakes. onU- did the Germans expend a use- l.ss bombardment and sub.equont, charge on emplv trenches; but ther 5 there is no conscription ot wealtn and have again been to lake L j ,T. -excess profits whatever, fet us loos: over what is regarded as one of. lie r tas "een done already. dangeroua salients on this sec- lion of tho front. ,11- is pointed out 'that it is more-'costly-ti-hbld Bourlon -Wood than fro-m-a military EtandFolul would A TWO-TO-ONE V1CTORY..V WILL CHEER THE. BOYS In Introdi Act but Au L. Thomas 'White linance rolnlsler, an- Donnced .thsl.jn no other Allied coun- try were there'such heavy war taxes levied In .Canada. He repeated later in debate -The swing of sentiment, in favor of and no member of tha opposition was Union gOTernment. so sljfons, to his word'. On the fo sweeping the .past jiriM< that Is- Hpn- George P. Graham, accepled noli; facl toat Sir -Wilfrid lieutenant, the Lanrter Liberals andV-olher the; wisdom of" conllnUIni --..'poneals.pl .Union goveriraent will not lhal It 'secure'.more'lhan 25 seats ouUide ol" would have a tendency to cripple theVnome of Ihe mMufaoluring iniutrr. It'iiXonceded thai For the benefit of those who are In ol nnl.on'tpn'esl'.donbt'as to "what has been But the, hot be done in the mailer-of wekllh con- than Ihe.oiisMe IB a houje acriptlon Dy thg Oltawa govemiaenl, jjjyj'ijf irill give Th'e' Herald, indlraler Ijeloiv some of EOTenim'e'nt 'aJSliwig worklnK the In force: al Ihe A; business-proffts Oj os per 1 home' ea( on OTer .7 Cent. ud I not exceeding .15 percent; of a6 per per cenl The Chosen Instrumerit of therWorld's Sreateit Artists -r- 'i asJurmg.iheLlfcy V. front -of coaplete ,snpJoH .to their U.ic The vlclon- of Uaion-rso the polls on Decehi'ber-.lTth is 20 'icured but this taken as sign bj those iil. be t (he re- ol 7? per cent ceotj; all protils ex- 10 per cent. Tnts tax :-yiurn of lhal government 'lo' quit their WS5 lor I active support. Rather H-should be! Inconllve (o greater efforts. Thinkitnl[ be ended by 11-wou'd'gije tie boys lhe war preaierj could be flashed to "Support assured II tie conllnued EO lent as ab- J j normal prollte warrant It. 2 ID 1-victory lor Union-govern-) ment." That's the objective in this I now will con'.Inue In force at tor. the term 'of ihe War, takes i of all 'incomesjexceeding In the caie: o' unmarried ptr- campalgn. Stie that we reach. 11- ONE ISSUE AND ONLY ONE ISSUE r alt there is onlr ooe Isaoe In sona aail and widen wllh- this war In spite ot the camottaie ol children, anfl I per ialt. sbam shoes ?3.000 In tna i Ross rifle'talk and all the other M Jt Pvovldea abo nnder which'opponents ol the XIII- 'or.r gradually rising aupertai