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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XI. LKI IHmiUi.K, rtLBKHi.-V FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1917 NUM11KK 4 UNION GOVT. PROTECTING FARMERS IN TARIFF MATfERS Attack in Thr will b. th. biggest rally vf the campaign. The otrtalde who haw secured arc looted ontora, and ahould b vole at a special military The.New York Times Bays this mor- oil to be held at tha medical board nfBB under the caption "A Victory on the third floor of Iho "A new Dominion parlLv building, la charge of Sergt. mont )s to be choaeii next Monday, van Halt Dbchargad soldiers wJll Tho result ot the Canadian elections -ate at polls with will be awaited with anxious Interest by the allies, by none of them more anxiously than by the United States. It can hardly fall (o havu reflex here for good or ill, for encourage- INCOME TAX TO BE INCREASED j. J. A. ClM- Wr Wilfrid "A coalition government wai torm- forecajt at remits of ed. Sir Wilfrid would not coaleice, llectkm nert Monday, Eirlng the Un- When unity and the winning lonltU a maJoriiT at 37 toaU IB war have brought together patriotic next parliament The forecast, ho lafJ, not-as Grits an3 Torlei, made after careful itudy, and bmt M free men fighting for the tree- after coBjnltation with other alula t' dom of Canada and the rest of the TVilfrld b.half heartily Unioo'dabbling In provincial politics and Robert Borfleut want to he announced a lit- concluded later, "that BO long as I em in Ihe oWIib-i leader of The Rusa el theatre where hefpowcr. there will-be no referendum, generation, a man ot InTlnlte. charm Upoke, wai pactei. Outside there You cannot win a war on a rcfcrcn- Ld craft, attempting to quote his were hundreda unabletto secure, cdra !r a declaration which v_j Laughter and cheers. He Indicated revision of'the Income tax next 663 a ion, If (he government was returned, "GO that thoae enjoy- tog large Incomes may expect to CQJIt .home" arid tha gOTerament to than. i ally "txwpt Uw Prepares to Lead Large Force Against Those Now in Power L. LAMBERT PACK Opposition candidate in the LetbbrEdge. RJdlng Many Miners to Be Exempt Calgary, Dec. Urge body of dlitrfrt tB to be A frcm dwtrkt 18 yw- formed Oiern thi mlne'worker.i wera to ebtsin mnd if ttemdy workers were to be taken for tip. a sfiortagt of would rMult' -The aawured that pon.ble woitld-be done, and that no ap-- of would They- -left'TCaloary' well with the mult. Champagne, the war office1 CBNFESSpPLBI IOBLIW. BRIDGES, CANADA German Agents Were Paid To Destroy Railway Equip- ment tft OnJmrio WESOLVED f T. P. O'Connor Voices His Opt- ion That Irish People Are SteadyW WnsMnglon, pec. Lho'.Irish patriot, yesterday 1 tho opinion that tho1 Irish qm would be aucccaflftilly polved. "I have a strong saM I Mr. O'Connor, "that Ihe Irish people [are steadying and that, though 'Ihe I fierce and natural rcsontinent at the i will continue and may not bs ended for many a long day, trio in- Ifnt perception of the Intvr- ___of the nation Trffl Itflfllf, for tho Irlili are, after all, a very sani understand politics, "Of coiiriw, Ihe sound purppw f reroalns, In my Jttdgnienl, which homo rule' with sw r modification na'Irelancl'a difficult dttlooi deiuand; I am sure our I nt home will profoundly Influano- by aUllndd of their TACQ hore You know whKt that attltncta unanirnona enthusiastic i of President Wilson In Iho vigorous waging ot the war to victory find a real peace. "Aa to my own mtoaloi. here, H has passed O.G Mage of utmost expects tlona anil Is now n success. I don't Ijellevo lucre Is even an Infinitesimal group of men of iffy race In America who will noiv rcfuao mo their moral and Ihclr financial aupport.1' Mr, O'Connor will leave Washlng- toli next week for CMcago. White In Washlngt'on ho fs holding Detoril, .vtleh., li-lBtrodnc- Um u bj the Ut a ccmlwtlon to bara bj- Cut Bfimldt, wtti Albart C. KalUchmWt, and tht Port ArUcr, lUt ihe !m- at railroad wai la the tkai It was In the Irani- portat'.on o! munJtloM to the Ctnadian nfflori trttl'led to arreat of Schmidt tad alterooon the gorem- pretented ctrtUM from "After mqrei hare raised and'.the fame of the troops made brllllast, enlist- ments dlmlntshiag. The goTern- ineat was pledged to raise 5M.OOO men for OTeraeaH duty; certain cleaaea InJ tho Dominion were ohrloasly shunning-' their part of that' duty. Americans who. .have become hearty believers In conaerinUnn. believe tn it lor Canada M well. Behind mucb ot the clamor made by the Canadian antt-coDBcrlp- Uoplsta are the eama that wo know In the United alleu propaganda, foreign tnflaoncee, a campaign of In Canada aa here, there prattls about 'the con- aterlptlon of wealth.' Wealth IB .con- Krlplcd; the cooJBcrlptlon o{ men must be-unlTerial too. Blr Wilfrid bai laid that ti he won ml am, declaring that If a chy the shells. It Is reported that Gen. Is prepared to negoUatc- wlth the Bolshevik! In order to avoid" further around Rostov, f Enter Peace Negotiations London, Dec. Trotzfcy, tha Soleheritl foreign niiniater, Hccordlng to a Reuter despatch from announces that If an armletlca for eastern'- front la signed at Brest-Lit- OT3k, the Kuselan delegates aro eut-; powdered to enter Into peace negolla-' lions. Occupy Towns f troopsj! occupied Tainaaoyka and a'ccordlns to a neuter despatch from I3etrogrp.d.. Tanianovka Is neat- Blel- pec. Vatican Private Messages Would Flash From St Dome of Joan sen, helmsman of Ihe Norwegian steamer Imo, the Belgian relief ship, j TV-IIOIO collision with the ammunltioQ Monl Blanc, led to the disas- ter of last Thursday, fras detained aa n German 8pV saspect today. He wag turned over to mllltray-auLhorl- lles by ofdcialB ol the raws relief hos- pital, where.he been under treat- Mian, Dec. establishment meat, ol a wlreless-'station on the dome of i' Ooe ol the nurses at the 1- woman from New YoriC- whoso irae not revealed1, Is said to hXva called the attention of the staff to Joansen yesterdfty. Notices hATo been postec! at the Gait _. _ Local No 674 i 8L ln Rome haa heen suggest- to non-union to llie It may secure an rafMDa in vnrv'wUh reliable from, the Curloui Argument i union miners would quit work Wed- "We all. want to wl_p-tho Sir .'neiitar taornlnE. Wilfrid says. It Is a cnrloui way- to List spring there ilmllaf Iron- help the Tinning of It by opposing or ble in the 1-elhbrldge miaei, The eat time wire, (ranaoilssl ii Eroni' on' I'M 6) France and Bngland conBnmes twenty- four hours while ranch" longer la ro- galred to receive messages and news During the Iho ma- Jority of from jlh'fl'pope OT Cardinal Gasparrfi Iho the itate ora heard here, removed to Jails In tho provinces to' >vtt.was' spread make room for counter revolutionary; Johansen being thoroughly Invoa- that Hie olhor stories were nbRurd. Anotlie? peralstent' ro- auspecU who are being arrested ccro-' tlnMly. T Countess Panin, former vico lor of publlrj welfare, has errest- el She Is charged with having re- turned nil tho ministry- funds to the state hunk, leaving the safss In tho, ARC ARRESTED' Petrograd, Dec. number of prominent constitutional I whoso party was denouiiced bitterly I by, the Uolshevlkl hi tfidr recent ap- I peal for support, have arrested. j Among Ihera are V. NabnXoff, Msi VlnsTCr, iVIkclal Kattter and the Countess' Panln, the fint woman In RnssU lo Ife a cabinet mlidtter. port was Ihal a sWrel coils In Qornian i ministry empty whun tlh Uolshevlkl had been found