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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 11, jfllE PAGE ELEVEN E Geneva, Dec. Von Graeft Goldebee, an Influential member of the rekhstag, writes In IHJJ Deutiche Znitung, the official pan-German organ asking the Kalier to abdicate. Oraefe polnla out '.hat It considered throughout the world that "Prussian militarists are In- separable from the Hohenzcllerni. He concludes: reason of vircurrtstanc- es, we, the elected representatives of the German people, humbly pro- pose this question to your Illustri- ous ma jetty: Would it not be a conformity with the Hohenzollern family to remove willingly Ihit last cbatacle and thereby give the people the inestimable of La Ids In France LAXAT1VB imOMO QUIXLXK tableU remove lUe cause. E. W. GROVE'S Elgnaturo on box. 3Qc. Cjood Pie Ousts Crisp, light, flaky...... lliat's trie kind of crusts tKot "SWEET PURE. will Kelp you (o The iolcftl lard for ell pastries. il. -SWEET ClOVEB BIIAND TWU Cardan Ironside Fam Co. Lii L. L. Pack Would Bribe Women to Desert Soldiers L. L. Pack, LaurLcr-Mleral Oaii'lidate yesterday yronthcil Iho women of LctbbrUgo Ibal, If elected, IIP work lor Hrc-Jior pay for ihv soldiers. Increased separation alloivcnco anJ something bc-Utr Ihars v.'lial has yet bet'u offered lii Ihc ivay or help to retained Eoldiurd. liut ho said utver a word about supply lug a steady stream or reinforce menls lo the Canadians at the (rent. Aficr conscripting wealth, yii.l things, men might be conscripted, lie says, but no mal'.cr whal th-- d-.-l'iy wealth miiBl bo couscrlpled first.. lie said ucver a word altoul Ihc Jeliiy of a rcforeuJuin, vrbltli wouM mean that no men wou'd be as rein- rorcemcnls until 19JD. lie failed lo tell Iho women who would support tlicl.- l-usbanJs. bro'.hprK nous fathers unltl Ilie party he represents cuuld conscript. ond late a referendum. 'J'lio men al tlic fronl >'ivaiit rtlnfarc'JDCiil.B so they can yet their proper amount of time In the rest camps, and bo that, when they go Into battle, they Hill Know they uavo a large number of supports read" to back thnni up. TJila Is tbo knowledge that will make our Canadian boys vein victories. Thla what tho Union government stands for. Wbal does Mr. I'ack offer In Us plice? He oilers his promise that he ivlll work for higher pay for the soldiers and higher separation ulLowururcs. but Le Cannot promise you that Henri liourassa, will control tho liberal party in Iho next house and who Is known to be opposed to Canada's parcel In the war, will support greater pay and greater Boperation allow- ances. In a word, Mr. Pack allcniptg to the women ol this electorate to delay reinforcing their brave soldiers nt Iho front by offering promises, which, lii themselves, amount little and wiflch he does not if iiu can carry oul. The womeu of Lelhbridce will answer that Insult to Ibcir love and their intelligence lu u way worthy of them on Monday next. Veterans' Masquerade Ball Friday December 14 AT 8.30 i'jHlS.IS THE .BEST bp THE GOOD.ONESi COME ALONG AND MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME. Refreshments at Popular Prices by the Ladies of the I.O.D.E. THOSE WHO ARE UNABLE TO GET TICKETS PLEASE PHONE 372 Admission 50c Programme Recital by Pupils of Claude Hughes TO BE GIVEN IN WESLEY HALL TONIGHT, TUESDAY AT SIGHT O'CLOCK ASSISTED BY tf'.SS ALICE SIMM, MRS. R. C. fARRIS AND MR. WHIDDINQTON. (a) "Shepherd's "A Swlnatetd Cecil Cragi 't Solo- la) "I.llllpuilon Jlcnucl" Krojminn "Chrlalniai Hells' t......................... Lambert Norman Cook (a) "Evening Belli" Ellenbtrj (b) Clemtntl Aldln Ilardlnj "It Wa3 a Ixjvcr and Ills Lass" .............'..'.....German Mrs., rarrla Bad Mrs. Hughei "Duello" from "Borigs Wlthont Mfndeleiohn Hilda Church (a) "Scarf Dance' Cbimlntilt (b) "Valse Lack Vcra Olanvllta (a) "Pleading" Mgir (b) "Bird ct LOTO Divine" Wood Miss Allco Wood "Morning Dewdrops" ............'.......Sydney Smith (It) "Homo Sweet Home with VnrlnlLns" KfDhel SnndquIsL 0 Leslie Mrs. Karris, Mrs. Hushes and Mr. Whlildlngton (a) 'March In t) Hollander (b) "Sprlnnllnio Valso" Carrcno Mar Young ''A Dnncc" Schnru'enlia (b) "JlornlnB Moort" Orles Mrs. A. Bnrnslcy ,1 "in (Ills liour'.ol Softened Stilcn'loiir" ......y. Plhiuti MIB. Farrla', Mrs Hiishcii. Mr. Whlddrntttoi. Mr. Hushci. NOP.OHEIMER PIANO SUPPLIED BY A9SINIBOIA MUSIC CO. MILADI tPHONE Mrs. A. E, Dunlop has returned from Victoria to spend a couple ol months. The Thistle Seeing Circle will meet wllh Mrs. Ceo. Goldle, G3S 12lh St. C. north, on Wednesday afternoon; lor Red. Cross sewing. Tlic Daughters and Maids of Eng- land are requested to meet tomorrow night (Wednesday) Jn ihe upstairs hall of tho S. O. E. building. Special business, election o[ officers. Mr.' and Jlrs. II. w. Carlwrighl of Lcivistown, Monl., who havo been spending seyeral ivechs with Mre. Cariwrighi's'motlicr, Mrs. M. Scliweil; zer, left this morning for California. On aecourit of so many other con- flicting rjcetlngH Ibis week, the Alexander Gall Chapter I.O.D.E., hsve Found 11 advisable to postpone -their general monthly meeting until a later i --i y: 1 -The war relerang committee'of-Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I. 0" wish to acknowledge with thanks Mr Stacey's generous donation ol ?50, lo the soldiers' wljlpwa'.a.Bd orphans lerlainrac'.LL fund. TJio regular monthly j meeting 01 Wesley ladies aid will be held in the I church parior Wednesday' at 3 p.m. The collectors for the systematic giv- ing will bring In (heir returns [or De- cember at this meeting. The ladles of St. Patrick's arc busy preparing for (heir annual baz- aar which Is to be. held Friday and Saturday o[ this wccfc in the parish hall, corner of 1st Are. and Slh St. Judge Jackson has kindly promised lo open (he bazaar at 2 o'clock oa Fri- day afternoon. LnsL evening nri enjoyable reception wna given al ILc residence ol C. F. Urscnbach, In honor of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Gordon and family, prior to their leaving for a vacation to the States. The forecast ol another century of peacb represented by two young ladies ilrapcd In the Union JflcX and the Stars end Stripes, presentation of a L'jilrul Union Jack lo Mr. Gordon, exchange ot appropriate toasts, nat- ion I sonvs. frames and loncheon-trcre leading features. There were present Mr. anil Mrs. 0. W. Green, Mr.' and Mrs. J, H. F. Green, Mr. and Mrs, Hyrum Smllb. Mrs, D. E. Harris, Mrs. D. II. Elton, Mrs. W. H. Stevens, Mrs. Orlnda Thorns, Daisy Erich a on, .Viola Green, nnd Izlc Gordon. Miss Shaman, vice-principal of Cenn hour. Th'i cilon hot or colri, with ralrt, or tfilh. taller ind lucv, or wllh SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS Big Ben arid Baby Bpn Aldfrii Clocks, PV- Watches, Table Cutlery m Big Variety Carpenter Tools, Kitchen at 2 p.m., Frank Waddington, Auctioneer "HE SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" We Are Really Going Out of Business ;