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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta K DAILY R SAYS HE IS FALLING A PREY 10 RESOLUTION SVMfATHY omj, Dec. 11. TKe dt.v L'o o. I'nion toJiy a of s Dec. uuiiriH'edem I flRLiiv of jiuund by [be lljrrls Abattoir l.lmiUsl. iur ilu- iimud IilaCK lbi" saoonil day uf xmiuiil fiu sioik show at tho Unlou wiih iV.c i-Ity ot HslKax anJ th ilwrc 11. llu Ti-cmbV.iv. l.llK-rul f.anrler-Oulrciuoin, TL'ESDAY, DKCHMBER it, ARE CATCHING UP II run- I'ojiiph'ft'd ihe niosi'.'.i of Nn vernier was within lueasur- iho in iliat iieii-Hl by i: .u ks. i! w j a .luumi hoiljt I'ODiruons today by Sir Leo Money- partUintfnUry sRiTeiury to Ihf mfniF- ;iy of iniiLiiU'iii. Pi. hfrr ;md ih-r- FaiEif al Lh-' lull in rJusiiiE rr jmrSiijr T'nii'H orjf ol ilif n IIIPII i tlii-ir- ten e our sal JIUT k-pi iHr wl- in in iln- v.iumiifr wur they are' aaid Sir au'i'l KIVSI Recruiting Did Nol Dimmish The of Sir r.t'bm llurderi Ibat vuiiinurt rulteiuieiu had boi-u .Uniln- for riunihs previtrus lu ihe in-1 tr.aJurliuu of Mllluiy bill euiirely H MIS an! shun k-il that i hi? infnifttT i'f in (I ill a an lo s in ihi-, h'liipf in Juco jaiTnbn reoL-iilTlug fiB_ iirti Irwiii .Aujusi. Jtme l5lj Uif bad bfiin an even iveraye ot l.i.1; iiH'it'i'io a unmih in in Thert AS K, of o-ih ihe i-'-Trv I n tuuixih iluriuji: ihn period ami1 anil in m> Hll.. evoked I Tliesy were the fijtures; ihr re uf ihf I 5ilile juiiiisif-r in lioberi UiTdeii's' ihoupbt' 'i'be reason feiveii ib-r- I'li'Ltlon.; hnnkluctlun The Military Sorvk-c- o'nt1 ihe sup-J bill waa fiidi Qiiflitf ]ml nui dune i BoriiuTsir U. N- "I reiirtt ihls verr nmi.b." ?sM Hon.-Wnlwr; Sir Wlltriil. 1? tny [iroviure. Mtlthrll of (.Jii'-lni-i A. Mat-i aiiJ .1 rcerti tbai !is aliens hare not. ;uid ll-iii r. Crns.- of Alb'.Tra; doite rteir lull share in ihe war. K. the Itliine i? rtraibinablt entirely 10 erv-an tbe proiiagaiiUB in former nt Sir" Wilfrid Lanrfer. who waf greet-; ci-iialn 'Xatloualist' meinbcr? of the eil luitiiiUuou? he Horden ilirt nni liylicTis ihe irniu 1SU; Vou art loM (hat ihere BD al- iva? a for Sevsiii I'iaycs Iriiuripr and Ilourassa. ypArr ago he ba-1 in WlunipygJ Nt. 1 am-uui uu-iuber of. ibe Bor- RD'l thai he misled lo-jileu sovernnitnt. iiijEbi friends who had. lir Net Domlnstcd By Quebec JIIPL. They bud lalk-n away. Sir "N'or am 1 dominated by the prov- siwlte of ihe long pericid of his icfe of Quebec, was ssid in ihe aditfbi.stratU-n. Ktich ha'] Ihe v-p.-t refeully. In the 30 ypar? ihsi I [troapfroui in tfte liisiory .if Can-tiiaTe served Ihe Uberal parly oiy ?da. lii 1911 tiis forwsmem had ne-rubtfurm alirays jias treaiy wilb the. Uniisri J HlF-res for rpcJprycal :mde. Thuy nail I "Wheibtr on tiiie side or s-iiother. oa been ikfpalel. ouL bad laHeii Iiiibts qursiloii or thai, my guiding star n 4-AQjc- He prouder today- my CanndLan cojiitry otjhtt fall thaa of u vlciojy. Thr-a hla j my said hail had lo uoiubai Ibfr aiiilt] great cheora. mnrtiAl ftnd the preparations fqr aiccnlious were to a lew '''S'1 otfidils but so as ctn (he carried oul tile piecutianj; as a j as. he if to linle.of. PFK tjnly Ihe-.usual; fotrual'lerort which irai recelrti i weighed iiouiuls. The owiiem. 1 Janii's mid Sons. Kengrare. Om.[ iluuaiud hall (Ho money to tho Jjolm S. lli'auts. I (kUiintau-j nf Hie t'ross (uiiJ, Sciiu day week lie ilivislnti >f il.-: Hriti.-li-Can- i puu-luiFera are Ihu 'I'jadmn rcrruiliiln i wUwer In "fills" by aiu-tioa mid the in jll larje 10 jireafm 10 proceeds, will be- ijlvpu (o iho relief of inforuintiou whlih li is Halifax sufferers. I year lhc tbaiu- itidk-Jlcs ihai Uili "ULm? King" was sold for ii> i-enti Ftepfiirs itfpJe rxi'mitJA pound'in (lie T. Knton I; hi (he spleoUon .if .Uizeiis under Ibi-1 woi.ehcd pounds. Iti L9I5. and 10 luapcraUoii of Macgregor" of Ihe grand prize I employer; in rcjchiui; iLeso IUPU. EoJd at JO cents u Indies, .said lasl nlKht if 8Ir wyrrUl had u like Umbani, or Ailkeii or Fla- vollo. he wotild yielded lo Ihe lilies and Kaeritlced Canadian aiUunomy. Tho Tories and he p'nid, Uiow thai they hnJ tUtir crcaltireis at Ottawa when Ihey :i i-oinribmion ot for (liu navy. The fight in 1S37. when Canadians mounted tho scaffold, he beenude of primriple. To- dny tiie. (ifibt was lo keep Quebec from (Ailing a yrey lo Toronto. ALL WAIVE CLAIM Dec. 10. Of iho teen luj.'.a'.cs ytony Mouutcla iienl' lentiary who como undtr class one in connection wllti (lie military Fcrvka ucl. ill hnve claim TOT- i-xeiup- (Ion Hurt rcuomd for service. Tlio iirobleia toutronta tho At- parluicut of Juitlcc as la wlnl aliouli be done hi their Arrangements IIBTC DOW bucu utatla to have the men examined, for M'bk-h a speclil by Lleul. UoL Kcllly will UL; al the pcuiteutiary louorroiTk CurcB Colds fn Auifralift LAXATIVE UltOSlO QUIN'INK UbleW removo (Uo.eajco. box. liKOVK'S YOU CAN DO BETTER-! CPf T, 3DD WEAR. NORTH LFTHDRIUCL tans TC rut DOOU. of Houston Sentenced bv j aeft j.. "ri'erp, country at pjntSJ__; ecu lion would, have retired 15 e "iTOTal pi' !Se lii lltne oi al! auihorrty is deuen-j San ADlopJo'.Tcxaf. Def. of lUc negroes ot- the Twenly- lufanirj, fJJUr j ooniplirlty in ilie'rlol ,ar.'J niuMn? j L'oiislon an A'jg'ifl 23. werp. SBIIL -Houplpn. niurma; nf.the rarryins nut of: Ih? scutence fl( (ers of the Snnth'erii r1epbrtme.-u at 9 I Only .army cfH.cen- 'atd Sheriff I iohii Tobiiv of, Ifei-d.'r '.vf-Ve Mt'ii on fay'oldfprp'fruni the- No flE'rfapa.Denncn or r.ivJllan Vere allowed, the lini? nnrt' place oi .Of ibc sliiy-lliroc irti.fl by Tho Ksat forty one were reii- tcnrsd lo i'J> inijiri.t'fjniD'jDi. One Ermy. have ocr.urred1 vrifnla the mem- ory of-the present generation. j v i 'Tlfrriurgc from the army, fomjirmi; of all paX wid aUo-saiicFs. and in be ron- fine'i si. labor for iwo and nnc- years. Tbree were to Ifr [rom arnjy. for'ett all pav and Hid be confined nl br.rd labor for Waihirgton Did Not Know (he ihirleen negro forcom- ptMty In the ritit to itraufcallr all cfflcliln of u lit II It was wn- Hajn HouFion. Doii'bt- niu.'t o' court-1 i-irtpasffn Is I must be prc London cable today Thf oC.the Londoa N'eiva wrlics: There arc thj'. a ram- I pajgn is on, foot, Ihe aim of -arhicl] to mike An-tria more lhan err.- Taapal of Ibe i nmied i ate of las for Ibe TveBlern rrwl Ibe htlp of I her artolen largely eel frpt event 3 In I The Qaniun xOTernraeiil, iistm-ilungariaii peofrle arR warj diwire The Issue in this Election! Shall Canada continue to Fight, or shall she slink from the field? t This Election is the most awful crisis in our Are we going to retain the honor of Canada, or are we to be known to the world'as a nation of quitters Are we going to retain our place in the world's markets, or are we to lose both foreign credit and trade? Are we going to place ourselves under the domination of the French Canadians, who, by spurning their duty in this war, made Conscription _ Patriotic Canadians Garry On! On December 17th these questions' will be answered by the voters of Canada at 'home and overseas. The brave men and women in France who have sacrificed home comfort and iored ones for oilr liberty, the men and women at home who believe in Canada, believe in the and in the maintenance of Canada's honor, will cast their votes to ry and Kussla. The tv; hfin? OTgaimtd. It 1 to ibe AuslrJla (n, TJiB words or IhT" ..._ XfUoue "must lis VMTI-I! IG SncceisfiU ceffclijdlon.' bjr Gt-rtabpy not oaly with- ih'Jc; mllllnry-but" aUo with fortes. a Wd rmi In man) lo uig-i ami urged (he notary, Cluus of [CariMlii UkflJhlH matter up lo ng "fer iari clnir. for mdkths. bvo Union Qvernment The representative men of the two great political parties came' together in Unjori Government lo make Canada's effort in the war most effective in the support of our men at the front with additional forces, and to direct and control the industrial and economic life of Canada to the one end of winning the war. An additional 100JOOO reinforcements urgently needed. Union Government will continue to, raise the force quickly and'impartially under the provisions of the Military Service Act, 1917. Laurier, Bourassa and Quebec think we have done enough, and are in favor of deserting our men, breaking our pledge, ruining the country's credit with and trailing Canada's honor in the ..mud of world opinion. Quebec, having failed to do her duty, is now trying to bend of Canada lo her will. Wives, Mothers, Daughters and Have a Vote t Every women may is a British subject, 31 years of resident jn Canada one year, and in the constituency 30 days, who is the mother, wife, widow, daughter, sister or half-sister of any person male living or dead, who is serving, or has served without Canada in any of the Military forces, or within or without Canada in any of the Naval forces of Canada or of Great Britain in the present war, has been honorably discharged from such services, and the date of whose enlistment was "prior .to Sept. 90, 1917, Unionist Party Publicity Committee ;