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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LKTUBWDC.K DA1UY HERALD OKCEMUKU in, 101? tla: tetbbvibje toevalb On tin1 uhr-r side we see an align- ment of rue groups that are opposed 10 Canada's seems "his war through- i True, theie .ire some gofxl uieu who I esunol see eye lo eye with Union government and ate it. liut they are few. and ihey- must hive Propnmrs filled by this time thai tlwy bare THE LEYHSR1DGE HEFIALD PRINT-i associates! with them a hodee-i'dugo PI MiD WEEKLY ING COMPANY. LIMITED I 323 Cth Strce: South, Letiibridgi VI. A. and Maiusinc John Tuirauce Manager TELEPHONES Business Oliico EdiUTiii Oifi.-c- elements of v.hlch itwy can, in no wise, hi proud. They have arrayed j wtlh tUf-iu the slicker element, the pro-Germu element, the conscientious vujtvtors, the aml-Uriiisb and ihe hard-shell pjliticljn who cannot saa tou-.nry comes tja- t'Artv. There is uo singleness at the. front for moro Ilinu 27 with Ihe Canadians. Kruest l.usby was arrested In Kitch- ener recently, ami pleaded guilty lo breaking Into tho Hank of Toronto la Waterloo and stealing a revolver from Ihe teller's csge. W. J. liiciiman, o! Kingston, who f__________ was tor gome years a marine engineer il'Atuens'. sUius's ViTrhathaui ia'.o! Tho revenue o! tho department of jou Ihc stfamers faspian and Turorlo. PICKED UP IN. PA SSIJV 0 THE Bt'SY HUM a Mansion House fiwJ for Ihf re- llo! ol tuttorors In the disaster at Halifax., SubscriptIfins will lio Imuifl- diately cabled to Canada. t i A liraiu'h of tie Great War Vfleruus' assoclitiDu- Is being formed ut Oanan- with Corporal A. 3. KtetdK'r president and K. T. j Bovey secretary-treasurer. William Pieiier. (ornior manaser ol jlhe Ogilvi? MillinR conipany's paiu elevators at diisl at Kitch- ener, in his year. Thompson's cafe, Twouto. was (if.ed for a breach cf the onler-in-ojuu- laud pl ,fl undered during lands, forests ami mines Juriui; the was drowned oft iiu >n this car.? unless it Slibscription Kates: elivi'red. vr ntck Daily. Dailv, cleii-ereo. V'r jvir Daily. i-n- year Weekly, by mall. PIT ye3 that Canada untst 1 the war. The calls them tlie deteatisis. There ia no other name ihr.l iits theui qnite so well. There :lfi the llourassa, followers of ,S15'.' ber who thinX that Canada lias Weakly, mail, per year '.o U.S.. 52 OJ lo participate In (his war. Then there are Ihe res; of tho Queneckers who believe .Canada has done enough. year ending October.31, Calgary's city unnnUsstouers uro reached the record total of to the council that with last year. WO the llalilax re- liel fund. John Thomas Newton, of Trenton vlt- a realignment of the. neoplo at thli country auoh aa they never ex- Production In Canada Isn't going to suffer by the operation of the Mili- tary, Service" ett; Men who are engag- ed in production are not being taken. Sir Wilfrid's zeal for.-rtcrnitlng was always kept "under advisement" there- by being slightly than "Bour- nade .114 a.spear- assa's which never aace'it all. to witness. iiSrt whose party Ther hive sash affiliations hare, beert 'of years' staadlnj; cut all party sod line bitter opponents with their former In a new gronp hav- Ins for Its aim Iho, une purpose ol tfln.ilos tho so far as Canada I) ftblB eeoding much-needed rein lorcemcnts lo the Canadian divisions 4t thotfront. Hundreds of tt Canadians have been able to do tth fieoauio tlioy; realfied that Itn aapr'Grae crisis of tho war la at ham and they are good enough Canadian to put Canada before party. The sin of 'aim of tho new group li Us li has but one object Canada shall do her part In the wary-anil, with that determination in breasts of the people of this fair land the result is never for a moment Referendum! Once rhen Sir Wil- 'rid was in power he took a referen- dum on prohibition. -It carried In every province but Quebec. Sit friil m of 'Are you gtlnt; to give his- a cbanca to repeat ia..the-mat- ter of ii refe'rendumV "Wfi're all going to slay home to conscript That's the way Mr. Pack irapresMd the women voters ol the cllr on his first thing very warlike about that men- aage. Mr. plei Union govern- ment IK'union In name only Isn't In line, with tho fads. Mr. Pad! should look about him and jce Ihe ar- ray, of former Liberal: and Conserva- who have dropped politics In order that Canada may do her share W Ih6 Washington, Dec. 12 Difficulties which threatened a strike of telegraphers employed by the Balll-- more and Ohio railroad and a tleup of traffic on of Ihe country's roost] important munitions and coal carry-. Ing roads were settled yesterday by, the federal board of mediation and conciliation under the direction of i Commissioner 0. W. Hanger. I A basic eight hour and increased j pay for overtime work were the most: important concessions gained by tho' men. Question of pay tor-all Sunday; work and a gerlcfal 21) per cent, in-' crease In wagcs'wlll be arbitrated a board to be chosen by tho two Bides.! The day's tetttemcnt Is regarded by I Ihc Order of Hallway Telegraphers as confirming tho principle.of an eight; hour day for operators which had: leen established through -demands made on western roadn. SALVATION ARMY HELPS I Halifax, Dec.' 'relief, work has been accomplished here] since tbe by officers of the; Salvation army. At the head of the! army's staff 'art Major of i JialKai, and Major' Barr.'of Comnilsalonev fUchai'ds and Col..Mo-' Mlllan. of Tqhnito, (ttchcd hero Sun- i sr.r! have since coopOraleJ wlthi Ihefr fellow officers. The 'Army look orer the highly IranurtanJ wo.-k of Investigating the caaca of; lhi> <1calltute and originated) by Mra. D. Mclntosli, of Halifax, pfll lnc day of the UttMr. With (he. it. ,11 he lin't too thlsk- nlsiance of y, have look- doui, skinned It will make some Impression ed into over, a. or. him. They're not all big Inlercsls 5omc'cas i tor them and man Atflidr _. covered tm -t "Let's Get a Musical Instrument Let's Get It For Christmas." Your problem is solved when you say "Let's get a musical instru- ment from MASON RISCH." If you desire a Piano, a Victrola, or a Violin-j-if you desire a Player-Piano, an Organ, a Mandolin, or a Moulh Orgaiv-if you desire anything of a musical nature, the decision to get it at MASON RISCH soltes your problem. Hundreds of decisions to "buy at Mason Risch" are made every day, and the continued patronage proves the value of our satisfaction to oiir patrons. Instruments sold by us are of the "preferred manufactured by us gr .purchased in large quantities, selected carefully, and ;sold throughout our twenty branch stores at the LOWEST PpSSIBLE PRIPES. Give us a visit of' .inspection-You'll be T.warmly, welcometl., HE HUSH THEM. C HOUC of" rue VICTPOLA" Cflr rRiCC- 'Balmoral Slock Wk rou rt sttto ffion Fifth_St. Lethbrldge WpiiM ON SALE EACH NOPHONE ON SALE AT 3 p.m. 1 DOZEN Real Heavy One with Wire Band (NO PHONE ORDERS EACH 3Oc EACH NO PHONE ORDERS HAYR HARDWARE CO, ;