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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta -PAGE FOUR THE i.ETimruDC.R .DAILY UEIUI.D SATURDAY, DECEMHKK 15, 1917 Siberia DAILY AND WEEKLY And PubliiHm JTHE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT- INS COMPANY, LIMITED S2J (th Strict Scuth, W. A. Buchantn President tad Minas'ng Director Tofrince Busings Mtoactr TELEPHONES BllSiHeSa 1 Editorial OHice Subtcrlplion Daily, dellvoreil, per week......101 Daily, dellveiea. ver year .....J5.00 j Dally, by mail, par year ......M-00 j Weekly, by amis, per year Wsekly, by mail, per year to U.S.. JJ.N j Dates of eipl.'y of subscriptions ap- pear dally on address label. Accept- ance of papers ifte: explrailin tiato is our authority to centinuo the. sub- Ecrlptlon. THE PROGRESS CF THE WAR Tbe Bolshevifcl has won in the first clashes with oppositk'n troops in Rus- ala, and lias possession of sev-j oral new 'towns. Its strength appears1 to be growing. This government has not yot iron the recognition of the al- lied governments, however. Jor ac- cording to Urd' Robert Cecil, Lenlns's government has not yet shown that it If the government Ihe people want. The. British on the western ''rnt hare regained ground b; the German? at Tpres, and have improv- ed their positions. On the Italian irajt the gains made by Oia Teutons within the past week have been insignificant. piles and in awarding of govern- ment contracts. They controlled the packing houses by ordering that they must net a profit of more than two per Cfnt on their k tarty gareraiaent could nuke. II is a record which could accomplished by a fOTeramrat Ifcat U not tied party strlagi to either of the (Wd Inie parties or to any other Interest except tho Interest of Canada and IU part in the war Here it Ibe re- cord; Hearl it and think It over bit- to tie poih c rote .Tncy avoliffiVQ pertfofWfs to fOYtrnrneirt i left no shadow of donbt as to where the returned soldiers of Canada stand on the issue in this election. They are for Union government because that government is for the enforcement the Military Serrlce Act and all It eans for their comrsdes at the front the 'way of reinforcements and Hen-needed relief, and they are ;ainst tbe delay of tie referendum ollcy.- of 'tna! opposttidn, "wiilch has >Dpied with it ihe party of Qon-par- dpatlon in. the slacker province, Thei.G. X :Is .a non-political and oroynafily ,wopld ot take part in a political campaign, ot this is-not.a campaign or party ollticv. It lo'a campaign to deter- ine whdt Canada shall do between ow and the day peace Is declared. Is a campaign to determine whe- ther Canada shall fight for a victori- as peace or whether tbe people of anada be content with a peace Germany as the Calgary iews-Telegram, the organ of the yel- ow Interests, is now urging. Who has a better right in Canada to urge how this shall conduct ier part la the war la the strenuous lays .that .are upon us than tbe re- urried soldiers, tie men who have sacrificed tiat they'TOIgbt Prance and fight the inn, aad who hava oxxna back, man; of them, maimed, wounded, and bear- ing the scars o! battles fought for Canada's honCT and the future liberty of Canadians! Sorely their appeal weighs more than that of the man who urges that Canada has done en- ough, of'tis man who'selfishly'says that ail Canada can do now is to keep all her BM at home to prodnoS'.fobd- ituffs and wax fat oft the blood that 5 beiag spilled to free the worM of tha cane of German militarism that knows no other object thaa to maie Hun autocracy aupreme In every na- tion of tie world. These meo'know this Hun from close contact. They have clashed with him on tbe battle line. They, have beaten him every time, bat they hiow that faint heart will not win, tbey know that democracy will crumble to the duil if it givei up the flgbt against an autocratic ma- chine at thia hour when all they have fought for In the put three yean lungs In the balance. Theae men, who have gone through Canada will do well on Monday if arm-' civilians talu tn'eir lead from the re- lea. He has no clear-cut policy on the turned soldiery who speak from war, and he has'allied himself wltb a experience, and wno'have been ablelblcck of 60 members from "one prr> to rouse- from oar Indifference, be- vince whose sole'aim is to .take the cause they know the facts. LET THERJE-'BE NO HESITA- TION ON MONDAY.; IN MARKING YOUR W. A. BUCHAN- AN, THE SOLDjEflS' MAN, WHO WILL REPRESENT TO T.HE WORLD AT OTTAWA THE LETH- BRIDGE RIDING IS IN THIS FIGHT TO THE AND THE LAST DOLLJy" Buchanan will win. Union government will win. Vote' for "Bachaaan, tbe soldier's man. 5 Tom Twftedie's-opponent will his deposit What Will Your Children Say? Are you giving your children' the precioui mutual experience? Will your children be able to say, "My parent! insisted on my practising regularly when 1 was a child, and the pleasure and satisfaction I now take from my music is one of the greatest comforts of my life." Lost Opportunities of Those of us who missed things 'a learning (o ride, to feel that there is a lack that can never be made up. 'Even more is this so with things of the spirit. The child whose talent for music has been cultivated carries a treasure throughout treasure hard to get, yes, impossible to get, in later years. As for mother of you ever weary or worried or over- burdened? Soothing, rollicking, wholesome music will lift your burden and worries. Music brings peace and relieves weariness, brings joy and mental ease the same as it brings happiness and soothing to the children.' Your children will yourself will be home will be more serene with the wholesome comforts of good music. The Mason Risch Player-Piano fulfills a mission to you and to your children. Its light, responsive action gives every opportunity of advancement. Its ready excellent automatic player equipment gives you instant access to the music of the world's greatest artists. Let us tell you more concerning this wonderful home us arrnnge'to one at your disposal for Christmas. Our pay- as-you-eirjoy plan will make this easy. "The Home tj tfie Ficfrolo." of Balmoral Block fiwitci Fifth SL S., Lethbi-idgs The only question' ip this riding is the size o! the.Vukm candidate's ma Sir Wilfrid. Lwrier is tie uiais: be- hind which Mr., Trotsky ot Quebec is mu Vole on tilt on Tnesday you will be able tp'lToU' yonr up and look the returned soldiers In the Olfrer U picked for slaugh ter on Monday. Frank has had i long political nicer Irat "all careers must come to' an end sokce time. Union candidate, In the Macleod rUInj will be return ed with roulnf; majority. He's.a farmer.but bU plattorm doeao't wob The; soldiers know how to; vote. Let Otiir example be youra Taerve been througb the rn111 and bare right to lie qura lion Is one arTfCttai their comrades at tie front. -7 Weatera CanaAa wili give a four tc one tar .Union government The east will nwre orercome Un solid majority of Quebec Bol shevikK Unloii government wll have a majority of least to In tb neit nous's. 'i the hell of fire on the ilghtlng llnee, they kaow what a Oirman victory would mean. They know It mean that every nation would have (o turn iteelf Into an armed camp unlll some time In the future Uie mas- tery would have to be decided in a bloodier struggle Ihan war now being waged on the fighting fronts ot Europe. Tba returned soldiers are not anilous that anyone ithoald have over there and go through the harilihlpt and risks through which (hey hive gone, but they know lhat compulsion now for a ahort lime will victory, and thnj do away The referendum on. Ihl- issue I the plank of the opjpoiUtlon platfonr behind waleh the; oandMatel woui huve to hide wen-lbcy addressing meeUni of the joidiers tb lines in and, telling them tb same tbincs its hare told tbe pe< of Canada; And the referenda plank wnclrtn't HUTS Hem there an more tban it will tare Item on Mo day. The attenrpli of II opposition la of this rl (a corral the womn's vofe by le Ing. them that the 111 Increase their separalloi silo ances .and l< abtrnt' th4 ca campaliin etpM from the element that wili not vote mrpport the boys who, We ffghih for them.' ABJ wVil guarantee, can they give that a governmon; coatrel. led by Hoiraisa, who has always beta oppned to Caaaia's .taking part lo the war, will womei rein- MONDAY MORNING ON SALE AT 10 a.m. 1 Galvanized Coal Hods x-v NO PHONE Vv N0 PHONE 1 H ORDERS ORDERS Wijth every Purchaee of AT 3P.M.-24 Japanned Dust Pans NO PHONE ORDERS NO PHONE ORDERS With any Purchase of 5Oc eonipalsloa lo Caaada for gen-1 liven of joMteri a amtst eratlsw to come, which would be un- oaf could UMSJI trr their arombl? should a result unfarorable mentji Ihey might M to if .Ownau la li, duce sn' D HAIU5WARE Ca ;