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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY; DKCKMBEK 15. 1917 THE LETHmunfiE nArr.Y HKnA7.n PAGE ELEVEt HOW? How will the boya at the front feel if Canada tells them: "We vot- ed against sending you reinforce- ments because we thought profit- eers were let off too easily by the government which used to before Union Government was I I 11 People's Forum Dululh, Minn., Dec. gation for the season of 1317 at the head of the lakes practically ccme to. a close at midnight last night, when the steamers and Boston cfeiired for Buffalo with Qrain. Tht total amount of shipping (or the year probably will be only second to the record shipping of 1916, despite a late opening. Communications under this heading must luMf tho signatures o( Hie writers. THE GREAT ISSUE l-Mltor of Iho Dear hi tlio days ot Aug- ust 1514, the cry went forth that were In this war to Ito last dollar and tho last num. It -.vis '.tils cry that sent the flower of Canada over tlio sej. many lo give their lives uiion tho blood stained licldb of Franco and Flanders. Every man that carried a gun. every man that wont from our shores firmly convinced that wo would keep our word. So was ever; mother who scul her son and many li-.uthers' sons are sleeping tonight in silent graves beneath tho skies ol France and Flanders. Every mail that left homo and fireside, man that left liis business to lake up the fight for freedom, vent over the seas with this pledge In mind. Kvcry man hat fought at Albert. Kvcry man that lied at Lanjimarok. Every man who aUk1, Ir, says (he question of con- cription was soriuasly ilis- cussed Ir; ami hi the iireas BO tlial at last when a measure to tills effect surpris wan introduced It came as no !n IV10 a certain element hi At 50 years of age THE KIDNEYS NEED HELP Thti no reason why, illy tuntk.Iicc. uol reel lull of cm the jull nnd r she j crg.v 11 is true, urcaltr cale mn-.l Hero" IT lafcrn In drive away the Itswr ills, which, if nny de- At ihe si evidence thot Kid- neys