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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PAGE ELEVEN Expect (o Gel Kasily the Needed in First Draft Ottawa, Dec. J. chairman of the rnllilary service council. In a statement today said: "The total number of men who have reported for service cr claim- ed exemption up to of there, have v been" rued examined; of these rrudlcally examined, 117.t 873 are category "A'1 men, and 123.692 In lower clastes. This leavei men at lhat diti UN to be examined, and If the tame ratio of category "A" men to otheri Ei maintained, which might be reasonably expected, It will give an add-tlonal In cate- gory or men In alf. The trlbunali exsmpl nearly 60 per cent and itlll have the 100.- OCX) men. In view of the itgures, thrs m'llUry service hai not considered the Idea of calling out the marrted men) it IB evi- dent class "A" of the first clau will furnlih the required quciLa." ON1 T1U-: SQUARK London, Dec- will fan a thorough Investigation of Hie re- cent operations on the Carnbral front In which the Germans broke through In (he aouthern sootor, Major General F. B. Maurice, chief director of military operations 2t the war orrice, said today. The truth regarding the Incident will be told In due course, he prom- ts td. OF FOOD CON5CRIPTIO Ottawa, Tlccr-niber 11' ons nre iluy lav-- Caryoll ('jr (.'arleion, N. S, (Tnlo-i- N. fi, (Pro'1.- Turgcon, Glouc'ty-r, N. II. SI. IMvMun, Mou- ror.1. IfliJidales in .-icals moii- tn'o jvere- noinhntcil ssiiu i-ltbdrawn. la.docU'J: lioivor Carlelon, (in- IlcMlrt-, i H.'.iM-'i'L uiunly. K. 1 cj-: jiih, i St. Janip.-. U. Xurthrup. iCoj'yervAiivPl, J. K. tr.iEuii.sL) in J. i L'u- K.I, His-mi. iKcxlatiaH in Brauduiu r.ih. HJ-.-L-U. A. CiMU.iugt.p, BaltK> .V C. V.' l.'.Lid. I .f. Miller, -Norlb Uut- ler.i U'.ICM! L'niun- isti, fluri n. ilu'lf AGAIN POSTPONED HotJicbi-M. Italifjx, IVc. oiricial A i Inucju Lib- iiu, mine cxiiloskn, jrrah, Jn-'iuva Carik-r> ri-ljtiurnL-1 from iTiis mornlos. K. K. Kn" cr, n iivonuJ (hid aTlcrtioan UH n V. A U.ii.cralj iiv.- of ol For Pain in the Back JiO PILLS Also Joinh and AnUei, Coft- tUnt Urinary atiJ Dliddtr ,-Troubles. icd ,fcll Jiregulariiles of the Kidneys. 131 Fifth Strtct South SNAP PRICES ON SNAPPY WEATHEPv GOODS Manitoba Rnhfs, Special Manitoba Robes. Wx72. Special 515.00 Black Fur Robes, sizes. Special J20.00 and 1917 Ford Radiator Covers, Felt lintd. Extra heavy. Each......S3.75 For the rider, Black and While Angora Chapps, while they last. LET US HELP SOLVE YOUR CHRISTMAS GIVING PROBLEMS. HERE IS SOMETHING TO CHOOSE FROM. Good assortment bY Auto Gloves and Mitt's from........H.75 to J4.75 Host makes of Pijprl llautlle Pen Knives aultible Tor Jack Kntvca for ILo iioys; Carviiiy Sets; Lidies' hanJbagu :i largo asBOrt- mca; io ehoosc from; nrlr.cs on Bull cases anil club bags1, raui- icup'SCla; travellllig rolls; fitted MR. r.ou are In the marhet for Team Harness, now U llnte to buy ancl save money. How aro'you lioriti blankets, halters, etc.? a ,_ Call In auil look arbund .-.vben you arc t'tM, Place Where Your Dollar Counts." ALBERTA SADDLERY CO. Hill Orders Carefully Attended To. no one could nk icore." DIE; Zrcrj year from Consumption, j pillions could have been Eared if j nily commoQ ICDEB prcvenLion bail I been njed in tho first Etngc. If YOU 4BE EoIerCT from .As'.bmi, Broi- thills, CaUtrh, riculisy, Weak Lnngs, Couji tid Dii- fixes leading up to TOTJ ARE interested Is Dr. Elrandgaid'i T.D. Medicine. Write for Testimonials and BooUcU DK. STIUTOOABD'S s Also Wants to Win War, Hut Resources Must Be Conscripted Hcglnn, lum- O'l oul In IhousEnds tonight lo hear Sir WMfrld Lnurler Healdes the main meeting In Ihe Metropolitan Methodist church anil the overflow arranged for at Iho First IlapMit church, It was j nlso roimcl necessary to secure the city hall and Westminster church to I accommodate Iho crowds who wcro I for tickets. As these tick-1 l.ake cilre U12 widows and orphans, ots .were carefully distributed, the not b' lhe col.d charity of the patriotic lias always been my principle lo be-In Ihe IhicJc o( tlie fray. You know, It does not frighten me to be called a traitor. 1 have bern In Ihe Canadian public life for upwards of -iO years, and Uils cplihel has been hurled at me'from all quarlcrs 01 Canada. -Sbc years ngo I.was denounced as n trait- or lo my race and religion. Today 1 am a traitor to Canada add the shi- .Onc.ii as Irue as the said Sir Wilfrid, and the crowd laugh- ed approval. Care For-'the Toijera Dealing with the Union government Sir Wilfrid 3ald thai It was the "same old ConELTVQtlvc with some veneer upon II. I don't object to'them saying they art unionists, but i'do strenuously object lo Ihelr filching tlio litle 'Win the war.' I also want lo win the war. To win tbla war Is not an easy matter. We- need the sol- diers, Jlls true. Llut behind the sol- diers ivo need Ihc tollers, and wo must. meetings ircrc largely mado up of Laurlcr supporters, and there was an absonco o[ disorder Many peoplo came Jn from outaiio poiiita lo hear (he old chieftain. Sir Wilfrid said: "Last night I was In Lhc capital Jlty ol Manitoba; to- night I am In Ihc capltalclty of Sas- katchewan, anil I Fhall Le seen In Lho I LI TK eat city o[ Alberta. Then I shall go to tho coast, where 1 will speak in Vancouver. Do you Xnow why 1 liavo conic all this dis- tance? II Is a long distance, you will It's a long way Lo Tlpperary, and just so it Is a long distance from Otlawa to Rcglnn. have come here to Ilc-gioa lo give answer lo some ac- cnaallona whlcti have teen hurled at me from tho press and rlatform. My foes eay thai If Laurfer is elected Can- ada will quit Ihc war. Eomli of Ilia men wbo ac nobly stood behind mo havo ansurercil Ihls hut 11 camo mygelf (o tell yyu more, lor II fund, but by ihc government." Winnipeg, Dec. cold weather is prevalent all over Ibe pralrlc. Low temperatures recorded are forly below zero at'Edmonton and "wHli .pilrty-fivc "below at Regina, and ranginK thence to twenty- j four below at Calgary and twenty- elEbt below" al Winnipeg. AL Vancouv- er Ihe thermometer touched freezing point. This 13 an unusually, early and prolonged cold spell for Ihe prairie, and with Lbe shprUge of domestic coal. In sight, conditions threaten to become- acute. "WliinlpCK fuel dealers In many cases refuse lo supply other than their regular patrons with Am- er.cnh anthracite, which "is 512-50 a ton, loose, and fifty cents cilra ID bag3. j The thermometer rcgislereil 30 he- low zero in Lctnbridge last night and the wuather today, la clear and cold. PHONE 1252 Call Us! We're at Your Service! PHONE 1252 THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT WlImitiBton, Del., Dec. I2.--A lerrl lie bombardment iliortlj o'clock Ihi3 morning vritli ing in every diecllon arouscrt Newcas-i Me and Imnicdlalc vicinity, Q3 welt us and olher poinU and sodtl developed' Into a [Ire whlcli had brok- en out In onft or Hie most dangerous sections o: the shell loadlnt plant of Iho Bethlehem Steel company about a milo below Newcastle. The lilarc, whlcli is of orl- started In Ihc shell loading nouse In which, were stored shells lead- ed with. T.N.T., one of the most vio- lent of all explosives used In war.'and empty shells began to fly In every direction. The building, which was n frame structure, about 100'hy 150 feet, burned like tinder, and as tho flames reached the loaded shells. Ihe I.ittcr began lo explode and occasion- ally one would be hurled out of the building. One rann. Theodore Jacobs, of Harri- son, N.J., (he .chief of guards, was killed, his head being blown oft by one f ot the shells. So far us could learned no other person was hurt eith- er In the flra or because ot the slon. WILL ADDRESS FOUR MEETINGS Vincourcr, Dec. WI1-. frld LallrKr' will Vajend Its! (nRn'twclvd hours la VincoU' ver on-j'rltjay, but ho 'Will luldreis, four, meeting! 4 lie uftra from .the etit: In leiVes on tkVerenlnf tnfii 4 wlljfrrhe In af'ttn marnlnf o( Sir iAiiett U innUng the lio- (el i'lit two If loi-jl helag due (o he will address meeting ejpccL lilly for labor men In Iho For- cat 'I'resbylerfan, ehurcli. II. 4 wJJI bo supported by Harder Dcwarl, A. (I. Mtcknr and olh-. 4 erg of his 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 VINOL KNOVB THE CAUSE OF A Constitutional Remedy That We Guarantee Iterance, N. years I suffered with chronic cough, so I could not sleep nights and continued to.IoM Itesli. My druggist asked me .to try Vinol It cured mjr cough, I can, and hiTe twelri pounds. Vinc.1 ii the best tonic and titue builder I have crer D. Ren, Lagringe, N. C. We purantK Vinol for chronic eonf hJ, coldi ind brmchitia. Not a pattnl medicine. Formula on every bottle. Your money back U it failv St. BAZAAR ON, DECEMBER 15th Apron Dnoths, Fancy Artlclos, Including all the bags. Alto Men's Wear. On Friday, Home Coofc- Ing Table; on 15th. Supper will fee serrexl from (o S p.m. Place of Bazaar i Cor. rf 8tn SL and let OWEN TO' RED CROM Union Govt Supporters AT THE y AT Speakers: A. L SMITH BARRISTER, OF CALGARY J. HILLYARD K.C. elcome God Save the King ;