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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR >l TllK LKTimmiH'.K U.VHA1 Ol'C.UMUF.K 11. 1017 DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors ind Publishe before pcopla as Mlt lo delay j sending rcinforcc'.uAus lo tto boys Does Mr. I'at't mean by conscription wealth i'liid all our industries aui-h a plan as lo lika .way 1'ie firms Canadian farmers, or lo lake su.lv Ihe Iore5l3 from-lho rrcpriciors duu THE LETHBRICGE HERALD PRINT-] lumbermen or ihe mines frvmi.lhe i miae Pack Has Little Encouragement From the Women Electors ING COMPANY, LIMITED 311 6'h South. Ltthbrio'se VI. A. BuetiaMn Vrtsiileui anj Direciur LHCX Huiiiit'B Maluik'-rj industries? latiirs turnfj out .Holiday array. 1 net uu'. opposlllou to tilioriioon lo boor the vppcsiliou cm- winnin; the n-ar. bul 1 want lo so diilaie. L. 1. Pack, speak it ihe further limit uulou pmornnient haj hua "THOUSANDS OF Fcr i'ou to t'toci Jrfm Mr propose lo confiscate I meellag of women voters In lie RJIIO. The vresem hi noes xr. riuK P. i S.O.K. hall vvhtca hail called stv. M'isJlrccted Ihe war oowu lu the c.piul ull lime, thc-y rcillio the in-opl T21.EPHONES Dee; Mr. Puck know llrai last yeir lii? ForJ Meter Company ol Canada fild IGS7.323 into lie treasury of Canada as Does'Mr. Pack know thai Ihls year the Ford Motor Coinpan; will I1.7SJ.034 as war Daily. Daily, Subscription Rates: delivered. wtek per yjir Weekly, Ly mall, per year lo U.S.. Dales ot eipiry ol siibjoii dally on addrtss em-e ot vaperi Ute.- oipL-uti our uuiiorily to cenlinuc llons ap- Accept- o dalo !s the, sub- Inio' the treasury of Canada? 1 Pocs iir. Paci. In fact, know what is iclklcs about-when he talks of conscription of vTallh or is he just, W I Tje Herald believes in conscription of wetlli Ll-c.'ir ll means Ibe con- lilnisell as dlMpiiolaietl at the at-. anil the are1 nol behind tendance as he lwlIeYe.il liat the. and they come below you _______._ would tc greal-lwllh poliilcal ly Interested if hearing the other supuort has been taken away tml "f ihe case discussed. lilt1 wealthy man's millions Is le'l to After tneymeeiln? which 35 suppo't hid farallv shoal J he bu t.ik- minmo.5. clehl n( tho holes ou. Uul had tlio natural trol ot eicsss porstiom eusa o[ WJI wenl down (o tho Union Women's and we.iUu of the couuiry consoilptoJ I'ommiilee oa the first floor there would be 10 win Ihe of the S.O.E. hiM block. One of them eipressed herself Ihui: "We're nil to i The speaker then wrnt ou lo urJiu- stay home T.o conscript to win i Ise itiat H lo Otliwa he would the war. That's ivb.6', Mr. I'ack taia.-n-u-rk lor bigger fur the snliliers us." -i.nd greater sciuralioa allowHaix'. The burden ol ilr. Pack's remarks He chimed Ihat the "live dellur a T.-C! that we ihould first tbe moatli I n'sourcei of Canada and cqascriot a.ice grunted yi the "live dellur use ii. Ji'j'.u-Jtljn allo'iv-l VLIU X-'T week Mas'only. for THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR After conturles o( rule by men, Tnal -leiu i.- in o? the governtreal is Icllowln made by tor-1 wealth and Ihet wo ailjat a bait 10 gel you [u vole for Union la the manufacture men. He aiao promtied thatjf j believe Ja to lo would work i'or f '1 duu't y want ic win v.ar. I It2- ___ -re hor.L-ji in their convic- In ihe government control of food cuts o( soldiers not haTe'io :ic- itois, the majority of them, bufwj So (he Union clarity. (and _iho creattaa ol the vcallh to the eitent ihe tbollllon that tbey wa iocorjes. Patriotic Fund so that the depend- they ar Fl''f l n Union nol, we Tflll Christian forees. The cty I0 the degree that many or UP bas aurrr-nitcrc.-. !D tie Drilisb uke but the way has besa opeiatin? in Talcsllne. Already n Etarl twen made and British [lag has Ivsn over th? v-tlh 1JM js CVery In- t that Canada will go lo tbe at Grelt nritain nas goue. pacl. j-nel. Be waj we ubl diftcr-vith them in tlielr in- ou theij. re. v-.'e. arc dJiiunillliE that all twu. r-rofj's over 1 bii turned over "We are just as much.1 or more win- to tlo slate, WG demand ;i readjust- uuja -.uelho-Js. In this, 1-2 ivjr cout. or the talcs tbc-Trar thsn thc Ur.lon governcueat. me; Tliey say ihal TTC the euuuiry parly, but Iho only ilRfe'reace bsiwcea come lix-ai indirfc; taxation, lu: JSiis1 us is that we differ oa the tuelhoils ImJ imly IS per cent. Is raised' thla v.-lunicg thc war. There no chaaca way. The poor people" pay musl eln- Ii j Tho lact ol the matter U Ihat Mr. j Pack is suspended in a mesh of ver- biage and doesn't knoir lhat Union ]Temment has left e.11 LLe radical O. J. Wilcox, ex-M.l'.. North Is dead. "I T. U. Illdcr es-M.P. for Slansleail, H. G. GooJeve, prominent business Ulan of Coloman, died last week. his wife with aoilily ba'nf lie was Kiv- mnlo clerks, with E'H women clerks, en a concurrent" sentence of throe TSvo ot ,llcn cniploycts .were, months Umirlsonment. 5oon lo have ,o-Eo'to local brancbe, Xlne appeals (rom applicants weru (o tho lnS" 1hc 'here, aud they craved cicinptlon for Monday morning "al Calgary. Kiglit their teller. It was g'raiHCii-uoly uii-' .were disallowed, and .Iwo were acj- li! (be first ol April. In another I? JQUincd. Injjuc a hank man- stance p. man owniils n farm, who had RgT that he had lu lo eo on II tin thc Calvary branch ..uow only four, spririu, was refused reir. he is idTocatlne far in the rjlmition arraics LIBERALS OF ALBERTA: WHITHER ARE WE DRIFTING? The Calgary AlberUn his addrees- iorcemeals to Ihelr comrades following stirring ippeil to the front until aller Sir WUIrid L.orier-3, Liberals of Alberla. The Herald sin There was never heiil of uevtr coiisr.ript. In this rilling a properly mnsllluied bui they want lo comcrip; convention lo consider the reslgsailon L your ni'-u of Mr. Union government." '-QTcr jn Greal Britain al iho Elafl hfis been put.over by-a rins of tne war uiaahooj llclans. Our allUude Is tblt the lior-: Uut a3 den ring formed'unlon government to they ieei -win the election. "Sly position as .a er tor farmer. labor candldaW.4s" UiaL before a ioi Oj CItetia .o UIBT ire have conscription bt manhood, we ,.cto-. --ieiimcs who- ot Ellrts a leilv ciust have a. proper conscription al, sime mTJtakc' Wamiltou night for thrtstric- wealth. You ladles will understand i Fn'lanVove "arae her dif.icuHy iral ten city ol HalUaj. Every Imaginable hat as well es I dr.' .Yon hava lesn !s n .w liehfliB "a-der lha ever b- arliclc lhal "e ueejej- deprived of your .uWor'lcfl with- L? aJ le yo. L 'for lho onl proper snpport in Ihls war in Blj-: iajuslices ol lh'0 c-anscriplioll act here. lo Ing yonr sons and Tiushands to the-siiuilj-Iherc ii .oas board s'SnmenL reierehdnm plan could be triea.OBL endorses tit uotlmEBli. con- "Fighting Jot" U o.uile a personage latned therein: and an Inlerestins talker, and Tra I Alberta elncerely love "are -snie Ihe peopla ot: LeUibrldge will Ihelr counlir and eamesUjr lonk for .In mind all. tbe triumph. 01 rlgbt in lie greal towerer, the iict'.niat Ine world's, alraggle lor JuiUce and de- boys who hare heen tirougi the mocracy, bal ElM hesitate about .uni th2t every Uie anil-war party. If It Is not that! out ot at the present moment. And "ihe" evil ?er c.ep-L virus ic spreading teypnd the hjund- j arles ol Quebec." Rufl.. the -Calgary exeupled 9i 1-2 iier ,News-Telegram ol a _'fBw dayr who: were 'called up. Tii'Alberta Auother taking a vasl nia- cd laborers under But doivn in Quebec .they Ilenry Capu'tin, a farmer ol Ihe Strong Pine district northeast oi Prince Albert is In hospital kere with LI ter- ribly shattered iiip the result ol on accidental discharge ol a rilla -which was being carried in a wagon bos in was riding. He. had 10 be' TOMORROW? WEEK? HAVE i MADE ANY PRO V'.elbN FOR MYiFAMILY? r WHO ADMINISTRATE MY ESTATE? WY PRIVATE EXECUTOR DIE ALGO? ''.THEREFORE I'AVILL APPOINT THE The British Canadian Trust. Co. (Dcing a Corporation, Never Dies] FIFTH STREET SOUTH LEtUBRIDGE, ALBERTA of flEhllng at ihe froot refuse to be- h'e says. THE MUNICIPAL RESULTS v Tbe muQiclpal election on ilonday was ill no uncerlafe way by iog with political tfpponeata, even times of .crlees, ehould considsr core- fully Lbo end of ihe road whlcn tiey are IrflTelllns. Jf they persist In theh- opposition lo Union gorernmenl they are asaoc- latine a party docii- people of Leth'uridse. The issub jQatej by a seciion'-Hhlcli .not onTy of commission iorm of EOTemincnl Lhe prlccifle ol coDacripUon to Ihe retuin of aldermanic form of goTerumehl waa decided In favor of the pTctcut government by a majority of than Iwo to one- In settling the matter zz did 'Monday Lha ratepayers of Word has reached Vancouver ef t terms with loud shoots ol acclaim.; we want first is conschplion oi wer.Ilh The people are of lve >vi" a" death in action ol .the lion, Cecil that Lhla awtul, luthless siaugMtr cl jJJ_ all the ladies p-cs- ol Madame cni ,to come 10 Ihc Maicstic to 'icnr him at the evening .mceiing. made no mistake, either in the return ot the present mayor or the continuation ol the commission gov- ernment. Thc Tote that Ex-Mayor polled that there ia a. decree of vrilh thc preacnt govcrnmeiiL but on the whole, people seerii to be satisfied To 3Iayor Hardic we otfer our con- gratulations, and at thc same time KG i leslre lo urge on him that the critic Ism which lias-been lerelled at him 'during the campaign should receive liis acrloua consideration- One (hlng In particular has aroused interest lale, and thai Is the Irflh- bridge as more or a city. Many people sincerely Ihlnlc tbat enough net tieinj done. In spite ol prcsperoua conditions, to control certain elements ol the city's life. Mayor Hardie as commissioner of public salety should seriously con- elder- Uila phsse ol the city's life, and.he. should not be content to ap- ply to thc problem thc old formnla, "It can'l be dene." some Ihirtga which can be done (or the het- lermcnL of these conditions and '.mayor' will mate no mistake IT he: Beta about tbe problem Tfllh a dclciml nation lo do his Tory best. I .The result of the schVil hoard olec-l done were always a Toregone conclu- albn." -The low, candlJate never had chance end cover deserved to have chance, auti the people showed him jnat what they thouEht'oI his olfronl- InfoIferJns, hlmicl! for public i Bee this lime. In the return ot Wallace and-Johneon the peo- ple have two sctiool board representa .ttrea who are giving pf their best er pefience and effort tn'd their win was .MR. PACK IS BALKING; OOVERNMENT IS DOING int La opposed to reinforcing the forces at tbe front'to the length .of urging lnS- --'Jtc he withdrawal Irom ol the Canadlaa array. Are prepared to go that far? Are they sore lhat they are not moving along a perilous road? At tbl3 time oE crisis, when the ei- latence o" the Ic In peril, cannot we consider tbls.eerloui problem sob- erly and" seriously! humanity has gone far j the Liberals or Alterta those words from. B paper whlcb ia i vehemently auppuillo? the Lauriei-' cause and reflect on irjean- 3 .pi .Canada" arc the Canadians who believe, that oar cause IB right and Juat, and op- pose to the hist tbe suggestion Lha4. ihu allies lay down thetr. trrn's the pure and noble led famous cofiCprt slnscr.'and once well known iu Vancouver business Caiit. had com- mand of-a-Britisli lank. He was'fi mcraher of the rcnl estate linn ot Jolmslon and Kdwaraes and lafl for England about ten years ago. He re- sided at English Hay. He wag a bro- ther of the present Kensington. 'X. Hillary who has been the super- K. C.( ci visor ot Ihe central western' branches of Ine bank lor seTcral years 'f Discourage Soldiers To( via thi Scenic Columbia River Route THE NORTH BANK ROAD Isaac Campbell, L Leading V.'estern Canada Liberal us I not he discouraged. We past, has received v to our-partlcipalibn' In-lhe' alTUBElt niust aro become the general Inspector for ths unaccomplibhed, war weary. Germany Is weary, loo, institution, with headquarters m Slon-' Alberta Liberals -who- follow'the "but she Is superior to us in r vrhrl'' Laurier leadership roust see "this dlrec The Quebec Liberals are pledged Llon ln wl lo repeal Ihe Military Service inS- Are and though reinforcements are badly j hai'e no flHemitlre proposal.' BoutaiFB. is opposed to any reinforce- Dienffl and favors Canada's withdrawal from the war. And who JJoarassa? Ke lj the itroaeeat force In Quc- with tiie he will he the next leader of the Que- bec parly. Sir WllWd Laorter Is In hla 'lh year. Two ago he of retiring frcn -public life. No Ca- nidlan ol such an advanced age ever led a party. Tupper retired when 74, Macdo.iald at 72. ft cAn hardly he ex peeled ttat Laurler will remain Jn public llfe'for five years longer. Aijd Euccecd him, and If I Lie party la In power will become premier of Canada. In the next house will be heard now. For Ihe neit fire ears afler an elecUim thejr .words division In (he Italian army that had' will make but They been corrupted from behind thc must speak now at the ballot or The Csrraan had done Soulll, RQO.IU Jlie. ho to Ihelr work be cl.oaen to fill a higu ailmmislraU.o ?re driu enemies You know Prepared to; (ollow lo done in Rassia. You know what shu hna ir.anngcr of Ihs chief otlite of Ihe i Royal bank. Thc management ID Van- he brink of the precipice? They caii speak now. Their iahc hza contrituled to lho collapso comer wlil be laV.en over by T. P. Peacock, who Is transfcrrea. [rom Ilaui-1 Spend the i Goldeii Italy. ItaliFin officers now report tliey knew Die attack coming, but it waa the fault {j' divialon after. J. H. McVelty, labor .candidate for] Dominion pirllamer.l In Vancouver I Jlr. Campbell then road from an 'position In thc union Bnvcrnineiil arUcIc 7rom ths New York Tribune, j Mlcatcil In dispatches received Irom. l been whlch Ihc allied nations were Toronto by thc Vancouver bun. -I he was" warned lo loak out (or thc kaisers tave liennl notlilng .ol It pcraonally 3. man of mystery, that (ew knew him.! agents, us it was by this Insidious! and I do not cspsc! lo hear any lilng. j .i-> 11___ ii__i la mprpiv nnnthnr r-fforl oi tnc i Mr. Pack seems lo hare Ing capital out of the' fact and the mystery has disappeared, fcalr his election ammunition li shot and wa nothing gained. Lhat on for vie-; union'government to weaken thc sup. military victory! 'nc and Impossible. j lhe W 0[ lne labor "When I read remarked 5lr. I v Campbell, "I nskrf, 'Do Ihe people of! Daniel T.cfebvre, general merclian 1 inVp 'Oennany Know-iiieru ;n an SI. Urleris was found not s'JiUy at! Lambert Pack can take al if ln the Eupretr.e court at AlliBr.; the encouragement he can lhra ,vhia ahollt ,hal billboard of ths chsrsc of rape brouslil against of the tact that his ailpporler, the man I would Ihc kaiser vote? thc complaint q[ Julia Varxo, whose name appearg on Mr. Tank's nomination papers, waa snowei] under under the Quebec Jntlueacc, will dotnl- nale tho La'irler parly. Thlj'fa po alarmist vlep.-. There are Ihe factii. He who runi'mar read. Are v.'cstern Liberals no cure In sup- porting a parjy wllh such a certain outlook? Many ot them ore demoted to Lauiler, LniBlhig Mm whcrerer be L. Pack's whole slory Is thrt 1 .should -be befon men He hlmsoir on Ihla point to .earful, .but offers not 6n6 'ftf'. IniUiice, of what, he wonlr wml Jlonday r school board come_nex, If we answer thst nuestion, then we "ife of i living six nilM fro.-.l can lell liu.v we otijrht to-vote oar--St. Hrleux. Alex. Uoja ot Clayton-j stives. must not weaken our', villo was found utility ol: having carnal there have done; Imprisonment fur nine K3 wo. keep On a charge of our encouragement j time. Our IK-J3 o I bal nil I behind th.crjl v.illi and relnforcrimcnla they cannot keep on. They will loie heart !f they learn asti' Are prepared for Hour- Is that In-be the destiny option? It la Curious religiously I. Pack and hln friend, Mr. Ttvino [hat 4hr; "baveToji ol Calgary, labor avoid Hympsthy with Ihc Brcat cauae anil afir'mfrillon of in iarc longer willing'lo help In tho their campaign bpecchca. Do these. not like sir' who has honored them wilh'. Ms-'endoraa- saclitc- Ihe Liberal parlyT H Is for western Liberals lo decide. Slippoiiera ol lho Laurlcr parly pro- claim their loyally and lesent the gestlon thai they nre not oul lo win the1 war. Tho vast majorlly ol thorn slnCeVe. But they are linking up with a ptrly orgAnkallon, Ihe strik- ing force of which has views differ- ing much from Iheln about Canada's responsibility and Canada's proper Iii the War, and Canada's future _______ ____ They, ip'ay.ba ilncere, but tho Quehcr g the ilna ot pulley. Thol wing CJ l.he parly Is opposed lo war Met hiaKer Mr. Pack (he leader may say and he Is laiklng about whtn the (ollowers mayjclteralc they object to.him because Is a lawyer? H IB strange, never- theless.. that the Indorsation nf tho nen whom seerii to a'shamed lo name., has never .Wen repudiated by them, sir WlKrli.wlll no doubt be peeved wlien he heara (hat his con- rlltTates are not puUln'g lir a for him. Dnl Sir spjtc ol; (he Tlrnc.i si) s li the iiuc parl Jn tlio world's si 11.-No altcmpl will tra made lo .I'ilinn. Iho tulul-e position of goo'i wora I iiniii a general peace rnlnlon were prepared to Inko Ihcir Dec. Archbishop Sin. noil, speaking pi :i liaiitiueL to tho Duke ol Devonshire, govcrnor-Bencr.il, ycs- lerdsy, assured Ills Bscollency lhat hero In Canada the peoplfi were united In Ihe one common object of TVluhlng Ihe war. They he said, It was C'nriad.i's war as well as lirl- tain'n w.ir, and people .of Ihc The the clouil which Is about hlrp today! rneantlinc the city will Do treated owing to his island.'nn the great Issue of Ihc war, need nol .worry .about uiilatlMul Irlcndj cl'the -tcthbrldge and Calgary n'dlnis. -Ills nahifl ill) brighten Ihn pagei of hlslois1 wljen Ihoir attempts lo nfiletd'.Ihc people In 1DI7 havf Moiled train Ihe fa. Uuuraiiei conscrljiiloii al wealth Uie Laurfe jrartjr li raslOly becgaiins page? fart i. tt'riit fir lasMfli flltJ Features of the Columbia Kivcr Hinhway Arc Seen (p Excellent Advantage frooa the North Itoaci's Water-Level Grade Thru WALDO G. PA1NF, il- Gen. Freight arvl Fan. Agi. port Holtlj Sfolianc, THE CANADIAN SANK SK EDMUND VVAUIER; SK' JOHN AIP.D. Gi'rvmi