Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, OKCEMRKn 10, 1017 THE i.RTiinmnoK DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN This Report is an ADVERTISEMENT Paid for by L L. Pack's Committee tfillons right at home, Many a man will lU'Bltale. and 1 -do uot blaflie lilin fcr tt, he will heaitata to to Lo 'the front And make supreme ivhtle other blood suck CM are billov.vd to remain at home here and upon everyone near and d ci-uEU; U, rljht In the ftrmy ind roudl- Uooa right a4 ajid tt Tfe re- quire a bodr of and they rJH forthoominc. we will le ecnacrlqUoa In Canada, aad Mt tC! Then. Incisive, Logical and Convincing Reasons by Four Brilliant Speakers, Why People of Canada Should Rule aide ot my frJnnda Ihq .report- ers here Ih'jra are very, few; ol you receive thru. I inow, sui-yotfluf you receive ten thousand dollars e you T.-aiiM conKrlplcd to the 01- lent only ol a yea..-, lesi than one dollar par day, nnd they call that co.iscrJpt'.on of Trealib. 'It is a (arce to NO CONSCRIPTION OF WEALTH IN B. C. DrKLah Columbia hae ftrea" Per cent, of 1U inen.Lo Ihe and hftt has not, been put or cin5 rsr scnL tbs Tfialth of Cbltimtli. to tarry en ibu war. Mori than that, will you belLare It, ptrllajncnl. at the section, when they aonscrlTTtaa men, actuilly luid the nerve Lo reduce the 1ax upen For tins fears oC wir a war rroflLs and a very lar. IL did Tiot po frr bot ll waj Po yoa know Kta'xtn ttey cut oat that war pronta Uot and luhitUuled lhe Incoma tax, whlph -reduced of wealth by I tneui by that, down H gne-fmirtH c( uliat 1[ fonecrly iraj. Now thil 'may gound stnnje tb wnw, 1ml I, want .lo ,tel] you'when.you those OfpLrea _ln there fi nny Jfaputfl ibenl tKecn.-, Too ,wlU jnnd thorn In the Uanaard o[ laaA pesalon of August juirt l -wovld llko to sta tf Cilftry puhliih debate oe that .1 therefore. junILl weaJth ,5 un- fair to conecript blood, t-jt for fair and oaly fair ootucrlptlon. Hark rou what I can be nianriptWaijta. but at Ute you do Dot DcctMOTllr IB unftlr con- We aC kaoir U In aj'iatry. CON8CRIPT10M J CAN 'BE FAJH. a trot -time you do not have to In favor of unfair We all know ta-kL U a. thine A oouUr. a, necMaarr U dttMMhlp, but we don't have to for un- fair taxalJon and you U to it ditch U The aane way with conecrlptLen. you have lo have It Id u itud for fair eon- Mrlptlon. woiU H be If Cu- oarrted It out on a ftlr HEM Uke did la- UM UnJUrf SteUei! U we did It would onJy apply Co the provlqcM that not faJr ahara and ftf all IB that rtepect. the rrovlnce of them have And It run until It to level of the of E4- ward lalaod and then two until they rise to the of Scotia, and whan are tactther. )ft them to with NTew Brunswick aad the aami wmy with OntRjIo ud work wvrt aod wbfii the whole of Dominion hu'Aone It dutr CKB hare conscription la BrttJah CoJumbla ud Up- QUIfJEC TX5 DO FTi .DUTV. Now, tho frnvernmoni and In power Joday, .will I an-3 i to baiTi UM them le tbea In a Tolunlary driven. leader, the AB who to fto tl wtthout ton- UNIONISTS ABHOR .WeALTH CON SCRIPT Why, Unionist ipcakeri tftro Iho country holrtinj up JjRnds In at (he very Uon that wulth con cd, I cajinol undertlnnil th their t mt- Wliat (J there wcrod In tho JItUs.i.eLf that a man twi cath-. around him that It should not ht touched? A ninn'a life, hti liberty, lila tody, certainly, conscript them. An-ay r.'lth iLnm to the but the that a iMrtd thin; In thQ of all true Tories, and iliey .will never touch 1L I aAy irJI never conscript and (hey are frank enough to say" It.. Any .Rovcrnment .which vrilt conscript man without conicrlpt- Inj; health h n. govcfninent thai can- not trusted Lo the uTalra of a I ny thai (ho conscription act In another way la unfair. NoW follow hie thin, and I will bo VLJ brief as I can. L-am near closlns- In con- noc lion with enactment, you probably know ttrnt some proT- Incea hn.ve done better than othcra. ITI B.C. wo liave the proud position bf btlns banner province. We 'have line contributed Lhc Iea_s1 umber, nrndTinllhji !Lo' only two and 'A quarter per cdnt.'of Its population nnd whllo that (9 low Ih comparison twllh you heri. It Is nol much lower Vhtn Ihe provlnco of Prince Zalajid, which haa only Riven Iwo hnd jeven-eljtlithif per cent.; fTrotlA. a Illtla over four- per cent.; New Brunswick five per cent., plven ID per cent.- 'I think, here you liave given nine per cent., or nine and h. half, tho itme aj B.C. ntarlo six. and a half yvr cent., rtnc [f K ...........-----1 TO CR1TI3H COLUMBIA Licll'jj and In-1 conBcrlCillori-" act, they felva Hrltlili COUimbld no credit.nf'all for Invlny given JD per rcnU of Its peopli lo tho credit nf fill. If w" liiid only 61 veil nnd a quarter per Gbnt., wo woultl stlh IK- oJkcd to gin only B.OOfl more mon, the samd lhA we we asked Id iclve today." That I unfair, [-would work1 It out exacr.1; n.i I hey'work It out'In Lhe United Kttlcs. There fair way rcT idmlnlitarlnj conscription, "lin1" ithal ll that the burJcn of- 'nrms would be bdrno equally all country. That Is the. justlflcallon [for Ontalda of tha1 here la none. How did they do 11 In Ilif HtJil-v? And I this 1' praiutne II tiecxuae the had thb of Lho dthel1 court Kits. They BlATteri abcut Uiti hundred jnen. It it 13 Kt'. the out- o[ thla id'3 htrlt3.sc to UF. Tint IB my fa. I eay thai whtn wo start to llild co'jr.iry alons those ;'ji and when Ihe after c( [jsop'e thai ivlll conie to !a lart favorud nvitlng spot on :lh Ic-r ihein. and they vrlll re Trom all QuariCTM Hie nlobc. look forward lc dcveloitment country lhi( will lirlng' Lia flTiy .years a por-ulaticn as Canada aa tliey havfl In trie J3rl- OPULATIOK GREATER HAN BRITAIN'S. know wl'-at lh.il mea ladles ana Ksntlonieti. Thai niei L'i3tl %-cry that will hove a jrrtaler thars Qrea.1 llrlialn. And when thai hour comes It lint ttio oM center of grav- ity o.' thp vrlll ahlfl from tircal Ilrltain to Cunadi. Thai Is Ire gnil 1 look to as nnd iruo Anil thai v.'iil (lie hour of Canada's (TltJi-y T.j-.pn slic Is at Ihn lieaj thi Tlrillsh empire, the old IlrUlEh Caufula.at the head and the oM ftandar.T flying proudly EI tlie v.orld's cf elvJl- [znt'.ojt and peace. (Applause Hallfu. Dec. 10. Cecria of tflasa Intact, and carrjlnc Itn the jhsjilv coalortloma ot who haj wrilton following Btaphlo coniact In a iwlsteJ fromer the ta K ovor Lhouadodi of ball of pain Bui waroa toraeu 11 fa hi f aOVL in paa ptetura of Lhe 1U11UK dliasler lor Lhe Bhaftflle Lh, reSta reclate It one muat be ablo lo con- his campaign lu Halifax the olher caa nee the place, ttfll emoklnc. from Jure up a ploluro ol what once wai In week. Soldiers who liurrlatl to tbe tonlraat with n'hat no ionger la. I have many do not know, but! "'Did eacapfl I Tlslted. IfB.lfai on many occasions, I have talked with one man who told To ll aeeraed that the old man had have seen' llio North street area, Illchnicnd f.ml WIlloM- Park In Halifax, Dec. Lhc lirr.cl> Hnrl courageous work of a guard com pany from the 63nl HiiliTas Riflemen mo bo sue] cnolher al one point al least found fl score of men, normal times end when ivrollcn with who, though stripped of clothing and, tho abnormal flui of war. bftve aeea In Eome Instances, even of flesh, were left hla story "'Oil. no.' he aiuwered i imply, 'the a Ed Uio were burned, "Two men ayvrotched, One had the usnal bauJage round hli aeck and face that mark tho hundreds of wait- ing rJctlins of (lying glut; the other, ajid four children It's funny 1 should find Llio panoramic beauty of tbo Dart- quite erlilently military men becaase; IbaL cork lag undamped, don't you mouth shore all seasons and always of the of Vhakl raga In thetr hn- In restful contrast to tbo somewhat mediate Tlclnlt3f. It was Indeed a ren Eombre, decidedly crowded, and for cJezvoua of deatli and dualh overlook llio most iiart, framft-construclcd dla- ereh tlic man who turned In Lhe alarm. irlct thtL sloped liaok from the tracks i No Respecter of Persons _ _ _ _ up tho hill on (Vhlch historic old i "RuL death was no respecter of per- with hollow, lack-lustre tori city stands. U was the home district sons In tho neighborhood ot the explo-. blackened banda and face, carried a of ilie working claseea, with horo and elon. A fcw blackeacd timbers along aack on hla ahonlder. U waa a tbere an Isolated thouph elatoly relic the track lo the left the ter ahape and blood atalced, powlbly oC other times. li was tlila hard work- Richmond station. The dcapotchcr all that was left of his fatally. I was ing, wage, earning coiiimuixlty that phoned to a conferee uji the line; 'Am-' prepared for IbaL by Lhe ilory that a Thursday morning's tragedy wiped munition chip Is on tiro Iff tho harbor railroad man Lold me earlier In tha oul. j tind (here Is likely to be on explosion; j day, about a num carrying a ammll box T I'm going to bent it.' Jast then lha on his shoulder who wai enquiring Cor "Wiped out la eiactlv Lhe prope phrnso. In the hard Bhellod towns of explosion occurred, and they found a train. He seemed daied and Mine Maridcra somo wulls do slsnd alter his body In tbe basement. Of Lhe j ODD asked Him whal he had IB box the lutenso bombardment. Here a Bin- yardmen nol ten per conL remain; of That, he replied, 'Is nil lhat La left ot GevcnLr snare iralnmen not ten hed my wife anil two children. I Uklci gle devastailnE Wast passed up tbe spare fflorr1 ot life Tw that rrwi hurt ruouUi shoro. To prevent anybody going near tlic voascl the mllilnry autborilles tlccldcil i to place a guirrt on'sboro. Tho 03rd rlftcnien ballallon, n force rccrulledj for Iionie aevvlcc -provided it. 'This I guard was on duly on' sliorc and a naval palrol ship stood off Irom tlic Piclon Lo nrutent Lhe approach of ves- sels. During Lhc night Lhe shore guard noticed flames in Ihe deck car- j go. Cornmanilcring a boat, Lhcy pro- ceedeil to Lho slitp, climbed aboard run! threw OTCT the 5lrte, ffral, Iho cordllc thai 'ivas 'burning and then all llio otb- j or deck cargo IhuL might bo llkclv lo I catch fire. I Tho naval aulhoiilles "took charge of Ibe vessel and lowed her-away. She taken out to soa, her cocks drawn and nil owed lo sink. Tho rumor IhaL llio Piclon was on fire got. over (o ll.ilifax ninl cnuaod tho nillilary aulliorlties lii charge Lo fcnr a panic. J'orLunalcly by dTnt of somo tllFcrccl evasion lo cnqulrcrg, (ho pcio- i !c V7CTO convinced Ihtil thcro was "no j dciiiger. Pollfnff In Che nimlclpal election lo- It was offic.hlly announced loilay day progressed very favorably insplto tliaL now lliat tho Piclon hiul been dis- nf the cold weather. Ercry InfllcaLIon poscil of there Is alisolulely no danger It :ast win a largo voto poll- of auotlicr cxploalon from ahV vessel lad M organ I Ions On both sides are In port. The BiilhorlLlca slate (dat working hard to onl tbo vole, Trie that public hns no furlher causo lo'. polls onined at nine o'clock and will fear on Lliia oprd until eEtjhL o'clock tlila orenlng, The tMtUDg morning wai two to one that Major Harrlfo would bo returned, and there wan very llltlo AT AUCTION 6 HORSES WE WILL OFFER AT AUCTION' In Corrals, ntar tit Tiy- lor MiD, m Uthbridft TOMORROW, Tues. Mitch, mner In sight The rtsull of tke Khool board 9Mni la tie A foregone conclusion. The Hcrild la maklag lo got tho rdnraa from the cltf at M urlr hour M possiole and Ihoio a Union fcrernmeaH _. wknl a un4te4 (i and b' mam wlw c ttifif service Me witte', rv_ iOfi'Dtfi. T -HI aitd 'fenllenMh, I ealA a mnmtnl wSem I dlirtaved, why, did Blr Jloberl Borden Jn .1.U11 It waj (or thie IU a bMlen man. He irto dwlre lo know the reatills aboulJ telephone 1224. The flrnt rettims .flhottld be arallable about r.lne o'clock. tJM ftlscllon Tor the commlBalonor- flfhl between Iwo rawt there BO to call tbe pre- ballot laLo.play and the -work frf coonlrnf.fha foiei will be greatly AT 12.M P.M. DON'T FORGETTO GO TO THE POLLS Lack o! n nil c rat nn ding of Lhe nrlviloEfi accorded diem In lhe ballot nL thh Clccllon liaa IcJ Diany of tho t h> wu in-" v- -V- -----7- of soldiers to bclicvo that with Lhc Inking of Ihclr names by- tho enumerator Lhcy had fill- flllwl Ihelr duty.. Jinny of them aprarenlly fail lo realize thai IL will be. ncqisaary. for tbem. lo go Lo'lho i mil a on Monday; Dpccmbcr 17lh.' Any women' TofcrH wlior arc1 nolfCon.yorsariC f wllli Ihn should, call J uj] llio Union commltlrfc room, WINNIPEG FIRE phono 311, or Ino women's com-' mlttco fihono P02, the hrlck wallg of lhe prcmhea of tho nnd loa'vc '.lli'clr Ar- I Winnipeg Paper company, corner ransremerits then bo PacKfc arenw and Ellen slreel, roi' to liato .them register rnafned a which broVo voles on polling.day, 1'jrom some unknown source early yea- moruJng. .The loaft Is citlnaaM at belwecn and flO.GOO, 'f 187 Mird, wefftrt IW. 1600 I bL Ml Syeklnj Colti. H Yearllnt Otld- Ingi. 31 2'j, Mini intf 30 Broke CaldlntA 26 Saddle 3 tuillom. To In to ml chaaeri. Scllen witl to rtlpplnj. iTiU rtnck Mag Imnght from ruck, (45 mjlsn tor of Owner luu nllated. ROSS TATLOR, OWNCRt AucilormnVGEO, H. LEGLCR, N.nton; O. P.