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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FniOAY. DRCRMBKU M. 1017 THE LETHBpIDGE DA IT A' HERALD whatertr lh Vxxi at and Bourwiw, !ict that majorttjr at wwlldatM in bec are absolutely pledged to Bou- UM, vith chief llnteoatit ffju'ii Journal) iM. Elhler doux dtoyens. MM. V. B. "Qui-tci- moinber Nails a Journal Mathys ct Albert Gagnon. ODt prls la I parole, declarant quo dans les tndi-r tho above liiwdinf ihe KJ-lstancei 11 Iruuorlalt d'cbteulr tan- linlk-lh! today Klrts irorain-.dldate des to a leiler from Mr. J. A. Ethler r l.t Ot- et it i 'i recently tlectel by acctanr.1- bor for Two .Mounuilua, Que- Mr. Klhler denies llui trutli ut statement runtln lu tha Edmonton uyrnal ot November that ho fie- "opposed to snJ to 'ill purlldpatlon in ihe war." Tto Winnipeg Free i'ri-ss Una published tbo statement Mid is dt Saturday ulfht'f and Bourassa. Laarkr U ply betas ?ee4 to ail effort to irln s number of outclde ol by hli penouU protije to alte, with a >olM Qvetiec, a major- II 7 ta the eovirament (or the period ot tha war. qawtioo: Why did UM who xitertd the Unloc [ovvoment so long ID dolni so! aotwer Is a perfectly simple one. Tlw (Way WM diM to malting of tffort anothgr bring about whereby the UfccMl party could together ind enter tbla to. say regarding declaration: "Either voices tho bis reported of the bulk of the Liberal In Quebec. They kuow that the rcf- conscription of (he wnr. A translation above M. ETHIER IS OPPOSED TO ALL PARTICIPATION The Liberal of Two Hoim- talnf AgrM> to Demand the Re of tho Liw of Sl. Euslache, 8. (Norembtr) (Spec- ial lo Le A- C. Ethler, former member for Two Mountains and IJbcral candidate In the present elections, spoke this evening at a great nubile meeting, over by M Belair, mayor ol the vlllase of SL Euatacho. On the deliverance of speach ol M. Ethter two cltltens, MeEars. F. Mathys Albert GM- non, spoVe. declaiitu tilt under clrcumslancea It iiai palerlal to erendum will defeat nnrl put Can ail a out A Liberal to Liberals rn wKh a that not need to blueJi ter, that wculd not Involve the at tlve of our army front. A nftw government was It was neceavaxy that H be the right! kind the WIOBJ wu tkat uareet and dtsiatiirfao- tlon vX be made uta ol to brtos In a toreraeut !n the tuldjl of thU var tUat wotlid be acceptable to ttie moat uiWOrtUdi elorawts In Quebeo. when tbe Liberal leaders and ncrmpayere an acroM Caoada learced that they not have leadenhlp o for s Laijriar indldau tkroujh any mlatahtn no- tion that li tiMnfcy Mrvlng Llb- now or in U He. will be doing the The Iftadtnc man and newspapers ol Liberalism In all of Canada, except :c, Aftiplac form a non-, partisan war Kovemocftt tor na-; tloa during the war, only after had thai could not I rely ipon Sir WlttrM Lanrlw lor any klad of iMdanhlp dnrlix the war szeept of a sort would bo accapt- abla hi Quebec. The situation wac dlacusied again and egaln. The Lib- orals from the west came east. There many conferences, but always It bacame' mora ctrlala Out nothlux could be done but ot two Ihiryrs, elther'ihe LIbera> of Canada bMUt aopport Sir Wilfrid LAvrter in a u..tu-------------- r--- so acceptable to Quebec that' lain from candidates: clear asd pro- Bouraasi and the Nationalists ciso enKagemcnts on the Questions which interest public opinion the most i iltcr the intervention of these gen- tlemen. M. J.-A. sisactl be- foro witnesses the first agreement following: J. A. C. Ethler, candidate for the federal government for the county of Two Mountains, agree to demand, and to support by my vote In the federal parliament, the repeal of the Military Service" Act and of every conscription law which mlaht be proposed there, even If my party took the opposite view." Ho completed this first agreement bv Iho following phrase, also signer! before witnesses: add the words; and non-participation by voluntary en- listment." The meeting- -finished wllh hearty nplause. i It" is over a month ago that Mr. ourassa's paper' throw these "M. Ethler la op- .ft BltOK -JH INS 10 BUK THIS SHOULD BE TO AN EVEN GREATER EXTENT THAN EVER BEFORE. "A Book Christmas" BECAUSE OF JHE EXCEP- TIONALLY GOOD BOOKS THAT ARE OFFERED. Thcro aro novels by Iho most popular authors. Volumes of pobim, omltiently aultnhto for holiday gifts nnil the outstand- ing grin of tho wnr Influences on mtnd will r.ean a bfg deniantl_ for the important new volume's ol war interest published Ihls autumn. WHETHER MAN, .WOMAN, BOY OR GIRL Including Iho little lota THREE OR FOUR YEARS OLD (herd jtrfi tiooka'. which would please them ns woulrl no ottior glfta. BOOKS "make Iho gift npcak Of and from tho giver. IhEtatiettiCentBry Bookstore THE TREASURE HOUSli OF DISTINCTIVE GIFTS "Everybody's Book Shop" C, W. MANSON, PHONE 613 514 fourth Avenue tion." Dirt accept It also, or the Lfbeni ?artT of Cuftda must accept the offer .o Join in forming a non-partlaftn Union THE MOMENT "RAPE'S DIAP6P- 81N" REACHES THE STOMACH ALL DISTRESS cross its page: psctl to all parucii h6ugh 'The Journal columns of that paper and t ptlier Montreal papers -wilh the care each flay It has seen no emslffrora Mr. Elhlcr of tho accur- tho ahoVc report; Wiy; if uriirutlifully wportrf, le'nbt saiu "atrin )v'rjurrealT Wliy dow le write to his hophow, away rjp here n Edmonton, for tho purpose of call- ng Toe Journal and Free Press liars? Would it- not bo Iho reasonable hing for him to force ail. Boarsssa o' retract? The meeting at St. aistacho took "Really doee" put bad stomach In Indi- gestion, dyspepsia, gas, heartburn and sourness In' five Pape's Dlapepaln the largest stomach regulator in the world. If what you eat ferments has scanned Into stubborn lumps, you belch gu and eructate sour, undigested food and tongue coaled; your iosidae fill- ed wilt bile and irute re- uamber the moment "Pape's Dtamp- OMCM lu contact Trtth th> (torn- all sieh nxUMS. It's truly the joy Is Its A large fifty-cent case of Pace's pepsla will five you c> huftdred dollars' worth o[ saHs faction or roar hAnus yea your money bank. H's worth Us weight in goU own sod wbnwu wko ca'l't fX their stem- .regulated.- U beloocs. In your place some lay. Itan lietora nomination A few lisya after that meeting jourafesa'fl .chief lieutenant, lir. Levorgne, aniioucceil that .er candidate' who did' nol nlgn Ike BouraEsa pladge, the wording ot which tiie same that which I'M reporteii that Mr. signed at'Euslacho would 30 opposed by a llourassa. candidate. The Deslor have con- tained tills pledge over and orer again, Elgned'-'by Tysurier candidates. So completB was the surrender that Bour- assa bppoaUiori has'been offered to put one of-thpse candidates and Mr. Elhicr was elected by! acclamation. In view 6! all this, The Journal hardly feels jnsllfled in accepting the statement from Mr. Ethler which the Bulletin publishes today until It reads a repudiation of him by Mr. Bourassa. and a denial la Mr. Bourassn's papor ot' the of the report ot meeting' at St. Eiutache which ii re- produced abore, why so rrmeh prornlnenco should a given to.Mr. Ethler's deoial wn all to nndcrstand, He' Is nothing Iko the ffgnre In Laurier circles Hint Mr. I.enileui is and tha iBttsr hus ;onc oven further than Mr. Ethler did n the declaration reported by Ix Dcrolr. Two. weeks after the SI. Eualache meeting Mr, Lomleui spoke at lloche- laga- Ho was reported by Canada, the offlcisl Liberal French daily in ilontreal. Jle declared: havo no Interest on. .tho other sl'lo of ths aea. 1 say that lioford doing more, and we have ready done going to wait till tho United States has fur- nished at Icaat soldiers. Mr. lionrassa's comment on this was; "Then ha does to carry on voluntary any more than In other words, Mr. I.emleox accept! the Dour- assa doctrine in its entirety that Can- ada thould quit Iho war. Tali HocheUgt speech THII made nearly four weeks ago but Mr, Le- mleux hart not the accuracy o{ Mr. Uaurassa's Interpretation Cf It, How could he? (laving tried ta its read- ers Ihat The JoiinUl misrepresented Mr. Kthier, why does not ihe Bulletin get a lUtement from Mr. Lemleux, who Is so much more Important a per- sonage, denying that he used tha tat- gnage which Jonrntl to him? No one can read Mr, Lemleru's speech or speeches being given in French cartdldatea every- wliero, lix Quebec1 and not bo certain that In complete a'ccord wllh Mr. Bditrassa. Sir Wilfrid conies Inlo the Knglish and dcrilnsy lhal, Iho nnrl Ilourassa arc in nillanco. His snp- porlers In-Ilieae. provinces Irnmedlale- should alwiys be k-3pt SHOPPING BY AUCTION The enormous crowds of buyers attending our Auction Sales prove conclusively that this method of disposing of our stock is a popular move, and one that the public are quick to appreciate. We have no strings whatever on the goods sold at auction. Everything is left in the hands of the public, without reserve of any kind. OUR NEXT AUCTION SALE WILL BE HELD ON TOMORROW, SATURDAY TWO SALES, COMMENCING AT 2 P.M. AND 7 P.M. Join the Crowd to on Saturday f FRANK WADDINGTON SELLING THE STOCK OF THE HAYR HARDWARE CO. ID cast of a tick, tour, stoaach ftrhur dny or nlfht. It's the qatekot, snntt and rout hajointl i stciuok rwrtater IB tha wwld.-Ai A Laurier Victory Would be the First Canadian Defeat Unionist Party Publicity Committee ;