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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WOE TEN THE LETimmOGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1S11 lo be nest year. The Tonl Kotor Company troutt pay as much In the way of a lax on vrcaltli next real- It they" will pay tilts year. Mr. Buchan- an said he, was In favor ol the right klnJ of conscription ot wealth, con- E.F. OFFERS 10 CO IN PUCE Of: Says He Is Needed to Manage Big Business Connected With War Bient tbat lie would tlsht to the end effort oi men or corporations In Ciriada plllSE up fortunes oat el the Wood which Is being shed it the front la the causes ot Liberty. No Asiatic Labor The charge had also been made that Uio Union government was joins lo remove the bar against Asiatic label to that this country would be flood's nilh Orientals lo take the flutes of Ihe men who mar go lo the front uu dcr the Military Sen-Ice Act. Hot Fnm4 bnd Coltt Hoc, Salleir Skta and aion, ftlil 'more ronaint, tor fran a torpM llrtr and at lie front. of MinKtb A. E, Smith >Mnt an io all txfltt minKMra In the to futile (tttrancmT tomorrow. TtM ta clogged bowels, which ttmt your itomach to become filled with uudl- tested food, which sours and fermeaU like gartoge ra a swill barrel. the first ta untold dlgestltt, foul IMW, ba4 yel- low skin, mental fears, toil to borrlbte iud A Caseant tonifht your .consllaate4 howela a thcroojh deaiuliic aad you put by, Bormlof. Ther ion box from your Srugglst will keep yoW !zt', tnf good for months. Mlltkmt of and women take a DOT an< to their stomach, Urn and bowela regvlaled, and never. know1 a aoweat. Don't forget tas Inildes need a ran, X MEN AND OF DO YOU realize the 'momentous-duty, the tremendous opportunity your vote places upon you on Monday, December the' seventeenth, nineteen hundred and seven-, Everything is that your forefathers have fought V thing that you have-lived good thing you have hoped for will stand or fall as- youLyote on December the seventeenth, This is not an Mection It is a Battle with the Hun -Whose 'cause will WHEN you Whose cause will be Injured IF you cast cast your vote for the Unionist Whose cause will be supported WHEN you cast your vote for-the Unionist Candi-, and the Allies'. ypiir vote for Laurier and Canada's and the Allies'. t .Whose cause will be supported IF you cast your-vote for Laurier and Bourassa? Kaiser's. Never before in the history of tKis grept Dominion rias such a terrible crisis appeared ami yet it is.called an election, and some electors appear not to understand its awful import. Union government, formed of representative men both Liberal and Con- servative, has realized that in thjs crisis party affiliations mui t be cast aside and every energy expended to win the One hundred thousand reinforcements are .desperately needed by our men in France. Union Governmenir is pledged to raise'them 'under the just provisions of the Military Service Act, 1917. YOUR DUTY IS CLEAR Bourassa hasjoined forces with Laurier as he knovys that the Laurier policy can only mean one take Canada out of the our pledge to the brave boys in Canada's fair name in the mud of .world clear the road for the Kaiser. b Are our boys in France and Flanders fighting for the liberties of all the peoplcSn Canada, or. for only part of the people? Shall Union Government be'returnee! to power, to enforce impartially the Military Service Act and procure the Shall Quebec Force Her Will on Canada? Quebec, who has spurned her duty to Canada in the war made Conscription necessary. Had the Fiench-Canaclian done Ms duty under the voluntary system of recruiting the Military Service Act, 1917, would not be in force today. reinforcements from ALL of Canada, making each Province do its full duty or shall Laurier and Bourassa annul the (Military Service Act? IT RESTS WITH YOU-YOU HAVE THE VOTE FOR THE THE KAISER Unionist Party Publicity Committee duty of every elector is lo vote for W. A. Buchanan. Leihbridge ;