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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSDAY, nr.CKMBEK II, 1017 DAILY PAfiENINB A VOTE FOR BUCHANAN IS A VOTE TO SUPPORT THE SOLDIERS T-H I I 1 Ti C. J lbf !n responsible The Regma Leaber s Position and Why It blands Four Square in Support of The Government Uryon lor iby goober evil aWa." V not to ba regarded aa com to ii continuance ul yyjic.rii i uct3, save and oxcept tiie Military Service Act. The Leader does not, s-n-.l uovcr will, accept the principle at ilie vt'jir lime tlccllon ac-t ur tlu1 soldiers' net. -Nor dues any ictoiy to siKCtis. War YL-at Go t-> 2 Knorkoul no !E take U -ihls w. iJiusl go to u kiiyckuut. An-l to FCO u kiiutv-O'Jt on U-jriiiaiiy one Hie allies amnt iis for' Into iht; ulm'.-d I'.'us-.-ui.alj! NCI half-Hiinsures ixfil IIKYO liud too many icrrl eons of i ulready. IV are made, bul rt1 Pack Is Not Tells Coaldale He iho aualonco very mucli taken up with olber atl know atuut (he Uuloa jiruent and iti policy, and (here further toatiTQ becuuifcthe Ijiurlor lu Mr- Beaton, haj rualdng an active yilyu among the EoldlerJ, it mounts oE UleraLure LO the Irooit, [lie speaker gave his hejreri to "i Jo uot, however, (hint that Lha Sir La'iL uoldU-ra who have heard about Uiiiou h-jl I ia the JJordss S'jvc.'n f .cat leave us. There is rsrsu L-td rei-alved his barunaicj not much doubt aa to how they are ould bo i a Utiu. ul ;i Gerinju vlo "Once lo evety imin and mtlon tounlry to a Jttle vhero Ihe paoplo conies the mameBt lo dcctJs, 111 I he or truih wllL ralreLooJ, Uie vigorous prosecution ot tlie srar. anii in many ol their dcinllj arc a Canidi iad boon allowed lo drift Into Kreee to ilio old (Jonscr.'allvc l-caacr StanJi .-our Squnrt ror wore dlsortanliod, dlEcouleuteil. sod mcmljer ot tlio Uniim ecvcniment r.e- ,vcru their cr..huslfsm lor cevl It. seta In tlsclr prmclpK. Lajihir v.Jr! Coaldale. L. 1'acV Ltar- Icr-LIbtral-Labor cur.iUdM? '.ioM nn iiitrrcilJiis v. LI'.'c v.-iiJi" (he n cl--rof T.'hul Mr. 1'iu-k lor than Kiiny or bc'l baloro. !o Ilie (run: Tha going to veto. The Uanadlin hidc-iuent vrtathor. tin l- jfoughl the Ulg IntereEls und the high i "protection party with nil lhe ability j and vigor which we axe j Union lusplclons honislly aBalMl It In our coinicUous ton B on ,seneai and INFORCEMENTS DADLY NE dutyVflti 'I clearly presented itself lo us. And wo arc (iiilio conflUdut Hut the lluie Is Tint iflr distant when tliose Llborfllfl? who" and con- delriil 'llToT-esflcranll otticr Lib-1 Cralq what they MwiJ.-tf. wrt but crnnfenL frankly' rccognlio the fact'that Ihn course laken betn Hid, vrlKo one In HID InUrcsta jot this Uoililnion- empire. Pcndlnfe lliQ uUlnintc of ihia-vlcw, Th6 (leader proposes now to f.ct forlli at ainic IcnfelN tor'lhc fahh (liat Is in ua unil whlcli, Jn ourjiiclcnicnl At inlly justify our' decision find coiifeo of acllon jn f'wajt Tfils What Tho Leader Could Flfsl, >vlsli Ip innke 1( atiRoluloly under ntf cnulil Tho Loader .Itnv.n. fetipyorletl ilio old In- I of belns a wln-lliD-war govern- thai waa, .so far I" bWuflfilTufif' net- tTrrrt for Hun .Thta Ii net afa hap qvrt col' lapicd. Italy btaUn to her frincfc', at hcfmaxfrnum strength. Tha United States Ii not yet re.vjy to might felt ard Brit- fiin, our th6 homo of our forcrrthsrs, needs- Aur help. Shall we glvd it speedily or thatl pnuic to taht referendum six months from to if thould then tend that help 'which la io.urgently nsedfd nowi And ol fiscal anil Irade policy. Canada's Business Today la War CanRda'a ooe business lodny'is to matters." It is our.supreme ness, Lherolorc, to gee '.hat Germany doea not win; Lhatr on lhe contrary she la decisively >eaten. H makes absolutely no'dlfferenco what gueslioi comes up for consideration and action in Lhe nosl parliEincnl, whether il a question -of tariff or taxslion, o aoychlng else, It should be c'onslderei 6cly in the light of Us effect In Llnu tlie war. All questions should be put Lo the acid Ust ol lhe war. Convinced of having confid- ence Ihql (he Liberals who Lava cater- ed Lha Union government, as I Lose ttlio are standing as can did ale .1 In" support nf .thai gavernmcnl, .approach nil queallona from befog Ahe solo reason Jfo'r thatr support of the .union CIUEG, Leader Is content unlll the war1 1s won lo leave tariff as well aa other queallone lo bo decided as they affect lhe one great Canadian and Empire foMcj o[ tod winning of-the war. Only-Onfl IMUC Realty Courts Now This brings ua bsck-lo our BtarLlu's point. There Is only, one laauo that really counla. Domes lie issues of nil Mndfl can wall; thay can ba wtlh later. UuL the war will not M'alt; It must be Milled now. II will either lost or won ndw. Our dojiics- tic InVereaLs will not bo Jeopardized or lost by belBp tefl In ftbeyancc, but cauao woultl be Jeopardized Irrllrleyably loat by hcaltn- llon Sound ns Sir Wilfrid Laurlcr's do- tubattc policies may be, hU war pollcj' meanB hcsltaUon nnd delay. We ad- mit Ills aincerlly Iml mJe.illon his J mis- men I. cannot but thlu'h hla tude IB a mliUXori thig The Leader cnnnot Rupport him In Lhla olectlon. Long before thu ConBCTTfltIres reed lo Union government Tho advoctted M. Long bcforo Iho llorAen government decided upon a cj compulsory nillllary. service upon 'ii auloctlyo basis. Thej Leailcr 'WOyha'vi nol flltereil our vlewfl. Thosa criilclio un not crlllclzi ui Thar msy have allcrftd theli opinions. The leader has not, or Pirty; All for the ItelWvIng Ihal In llmo of-ft gicnl wafj should be dropped (h Canada, BS well' as In Britain, >YRDCO and other trlea, and Hint war time is a ,tlma It shoulrt be true that "nonc.ivera lha parly and ill Were for'Iho The Leader slfinds solidly be- hind lhe We need Ihfl eanlo aplrll o( lam And unity. !n mailers of govcrn- mont now thai has hccn so splondldly ddplnycd during Ihe paal few ivocki! In conriectlon wilh Lho Victory LonnV[ TJicro lina been no fjucatloa ef part politics In thd formation of VI commt'tws.'or RmoDjr thb nrriiy.-of worhors. Wf'-Ur' CwWdi, for tW" A good many of the soldiers cernod as whether the which Is a'Ueorease Their Greatest Christmas Joy! 7YMONG all the toys and games for the lhe pratty, handy presents for the young useful gifts for-the Christmas gift'stands supremfc fofiitf You could not select ont single any lo add to your home (his Christmas '.hat would compare with music. And you could not get music in any form ideal as in (he NEW EDISON. An endleis source, of joy lo lhe kiddies; inspiration perfect. There' other vvty in .which (rue, natural. music to your. Home, In juch form, except with the NEW EDISON, it sarily mean heavy oulky of A jmaM amount wilj your for, Cbtimtt, widi '.young peopja; comfort (o the old folks; entertainment .16 _ convenient' IkittflmcnO .'-ihe whpls is the one supreme gift 'j for trie entire home .circle, for years lo come. _ (f'.will be'the-center :-of interest, the strongest home tie, long after other gifts are gone or forgotten. of is. retil, music (hat Thos. 'A. Edison spent nearly a million., dollars and live'years' efforts to and the An. x _ Can you think of an? in vvhlch-yau- coufct say or wnd much? Think of CriristrhU bright, cheery, happy wjh llie merry anthems ciroSs cf oU St Nicholas mging through the home I or of EJi- nn rtnje frooi J 1 1 An Let this be a Musical Christinas Wo are Llo-nserf in Bell the Naw Edlion. Tlie Kenny Allin Co., Ltd. :.V 1437 Nwrt ta-CtllM ;