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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHnniDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, IM5CKMBKW 15, 1017 Puffs Two Judgments Make Provisions Plain OrUvra, DCL-. first Jiidx- along the renJertJ by Mr. Justice The fact IhU judgment ike. central appeal iuJge (iw Osnaia, been by Mr. Jujtlce uult, ol with ihe provisions of ihe the supreme court, far removed trom KillUrv Service ai-t. relating to Iho sphere of politic, and ycUJCians farmers hs- siclied much Interests-Ill jive Judgment III full value iere MucJi cf the difficulty connect- j to Ihe people of Canada. ed with the iaterpmation ol the'act. Judgraent of the central concerntn-5 partlculuUr the pt.l judge Is total: ujou tto ol Canada, has bean cleared away. appeal iribimiU and local This first JudEffier.t precisely af- j thrcushoat Die whole country. 1 an firms that competent persons habltu-l judgment ti Uw llselt. as far u ue ally M4 etJertlvely, eogaeed in agrl- subject oi the exemption ol tut cuitural production are entitled to ei-jmers ol Canada li concerned. empiion on.ihe ground that la Also th. Judpsent rendered by Mr. to sustain fee military power ot Dott today. which a young lilies it U essential that there shoull unui aiemptlon on Che ke no mlmlnulioa in soch production gronnd tost two of his brothers had and that 5upply of agricultural j already volnnUrlly -mlisted apd sent f5 actuilly icftclent. oversew, ct 11 further .mblus u th. clfofi tirot is being made, or main o! the Military Service act, of such men cirnot falter In Iha lace ot duty. They cannot shame (he heroes whose they bear whose honor they hold la Surely the of woman could uot be laid UJMB better shoulders nor left to Thii U especially true when the that U tiy bo applied to their tfpr exercise of the trauchlse, wilt ba the simple aa'd appealios du they to seud ht'lp and co ro s eng rtall'be made; by the opponents ol the wblcn i. that Eelectlro military s Military serrfw act to create any the act demand.. other w ihs farmers of' Canada than what is actnally con- __ _ In his Judgment rendered the central appeal Judg. gats out thit lalnedlnthelirstJudEmcntoiMr. the cons d.rstlon was in anen. Uce Duff would be a political dodje. this particular .cast, that where (rom The Jndgment emphasizes wist hat one or more raemb.ra the Cana- hitherto been the argument of membtrs ot the Cana- reaponslble .for she appeal, that force ere ry hu- Milltarv Service act Is essentialJy conJlderttion would point to Jllium i t iva ai_i is i i r i tectlvo ID Its scope aad that the ofrject proprUly ot a single remaining ot me act Is to'sec that ihe tall exemption on power ol Canada sba.l be-utilized f. t _ the sphere best calculated' to two Judgments of Mr. Jut- ______; __- Dutt cannot too be coasider- FOR CONSTIPATION hava the test cf to banish rection to dear up a.tmd PALE FACES Carter's Iron Pifls by tht of CaoAdii, ai the of the act U that justice thlU In the conildemtfoa of every CIH, ftnd also that act will be rob- of nearly All the tamr that has crwted by ths ed to act succour to own iueutol'i at the froair1 Surely the woman will be hard lo rind who wiH desert her husband, father on brother, who Is risking his life to ensure her safely. While he Is lu the vtry act of facing a deadly enemy whoea brutalities to women cry women are called upon to vote open whether or uot reinforcements are to be sent to sup- jort relieve1 him, There cannot >e momeut's tlouM u to how they will vote. .Arangera might be In- dlffereiit to his his dan- gers or his but assuredly noi very' own. r It bit' loved ones in own home he has prob' ably made and U now defending cannot be trusted to do all they cau to send assistance and succour him from deadly danger, who will do it! If there U a sure vote in Canada coiulbf elections for thg, send- ing of immediate aad. adequate re- inforcements io-Ihe exposed, harass- ed aad' on the fir- ing it must infallibly be of their wives, mothers, Bisters and daughters, who ejery day sorrow for their and long for their safe return. Mob Rule Quebec Rule iToroiilo Saturday -XljtfiO i Canadians ot English tongue, no mat- Mob rule is now the rule ot ler whether reside east o( the St. may a Untunist or ytvsi ot The EngUsb: or French, aJdress llio peojiletot are in an uueii viable, if not] peu luecting. H address them he I in a dangerous position. They are for- will it must be behind closed ilcwrs. bidden to speak ihelr mother tongue the audienco being haudplcbod for the- In public Rolurued seMfers occasion. The methods pursued indl-Jare assaulted en tho public streets, cate unusual organization and school-] and later en, uo doubt, force will be ing lu disorderly tactics. Under no I used to keep Unionist voters from the, THE G. P. 8, GIVES YOU YEARS TD'PAY Will the Women Desert Their Men Folk? clrcumstaucei may a candidate apcaX and most of all. the women who Eugtish at a public mooting. lie may hare the franchise and who art) known up to a certain point address to be Unionist sympathizers. There Is Iu French, but erea this is! to be nothing gained by coaceaHug tho prohibited if this organized gang of disturbers consider that too much for Union government Is forthcoming. The police, being largely in sympathy with the mob, do nothing. Some of the French newspapers 'defend mob rulo on the grounds that Uoarassa was re- fused a hearing in Ottawa some while a Socialistic rneetlog In Winnipeg was broken up by the sold- iers. So oil one hand these people lino facts. The Province of Quebec Is to- day a acethlng Cauldron of flutl ISriUth prejudice. WOULD CONGRATULATE BRITISH Cortgrewman Wjntt for tine Washington, Dec, tive Lunn o( New York today Intro- themselves up with the Socialistic (dutod a lesolution to congratulate the element, sad en the other vritb Hour-' people ot Great Urltain on (he capture assa. The dominant figure in Quebec jot Jerusalem and Palestine and the politics, should the Union cause bo llritlsh government on Its declaration lost on December seventeenth next, not be far to soek. Sir Wilfrid 'that it 'favors the. establishment In Palestine ot a national homo for Jew- Laurjer will but the shadow, Uw'ish people nnd will usa its best en- substance will bo Henri Hourasaa- Can (leavers to facilitate the achievement one Imagine a evil befalling ot tills object." As the soldiers at the front hare chosen to act for all Canada in a of iupreme honor and respon- sibility, so tieir women relative! at hfire heen choten to act lor all the wozaen of Canada in as Kl ot ftu- preme' honor aufi responsibility. They are. the first Canadian -women to be to .the franchise In a Federal Election. AJ their tona, brothen and hiubandi at front bear the of proTlng Talor and of Canadian man, M the? ant 1 bear the burden ot tin- capacity uut Intelligent patriotism of Canadfaa womtn. The of our women to enjoy irill largely judged by the manner In which. this chbMn at WOGMB VM it It tmvkff H to furthw Ue tat nation, to loyally sapport their oadcr fire en tba wtnnuu tije war, UMB tin iraanl win ION CAUSE I Might HAVE I MADE ANY PRO- VISION FOR MY FAMIL.V? WHO WILL ADMINISTRATE MY ESTATE! MY PRIVATE EXECUTOR WILL DIE ALSO? TIIEBEFORE I WILL APPOINT THE The British Canadian Trust Co. (Bslng a Corporation, Never S15 FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBR1DQE, ALBERTA An immense of OK mioft fertile in fbr ula jtf low irad osy tenaa from to J_0 for firm lands with ample irrigated Ua4s op to JS3 Due -tenth doira, if you wish witma tweaty jtmn. IB .catain axus, land Hoc: witbbot settlemtnt conoillam. In fer fum btrihtings, up tn repayable in twtaty mtKTSt only 6 per cest. Here is yonr oppoiiumty to tncraoK ymr far in or 10 secure your friotdi M For littia'art apply, to Camcroa, Generis.! Superintend cat of Depar cf Na-ural Resourcem, SOo P7 Stzset East, Calgary, u a wtkole can be aafaiy trnted with' the ballot, ereWt the most 'Ufnueadona crlala that can affect a nation's dotlny. Brt U Uten pkHMen-skoald B they should not show a proper appreciation of Uu'.'-awM at staka u iliey sboclt be 'deluded by some weird wlurdry into deserting their poea in tha> then the caoss 'at .mnnttt-snffnce would be act back black Brit it It to that this can happen. women, to whom la Mitnuted at this critical time the aacred chalice of the woman's came, are clow and beloved reUtivee of tne men who have stepped forward gladly and without compnlalon to servs the kindred causes of .liberty, democracy and tree government, nnder conrtltlons where, pain .Is a commonplace and death bnt' an accident The beloved Local AgcnU WILSON 1 3KE1TH Sherlock Bldg. 1343 To CALIFORNIA via the Scenic CotoUai Mm Roote THE NORTH BANK ROAD 2 FINE TRAINS DAILY SPOKANE PORTLAND Beettte lighKd.E Olt-Ktm- tftttmj f f. -m, _ FtrttmJ f, m. ftrtlamt tlOO t. m. OM W1NTU h Golden Poppyland fluljl u Ottnft perfect motor d with ntrinf pepper >M film Mfloric MMnM at la Ttake Cdifer- lit rlunn Irif font, >Trit> ftr bitten ttij Pettmt ot IW WomAtrM 'tUfanj Art SCM Irafil OK North WM Omde Tkra the POOTUND WALDO AMI. Gn. Freifk Pan, Aft. Htxtl, (From Our Owg. Corre5pondenl) Coatturat DM. week has been quiet so far- u election matters are concsrned. A.well attended meet-j log -was held In the school on Friday j erenlng under tho '.auiplces of the i LOW Independent Labor Party. Messrs. I Symonds 8Bd Donald Mc- Nabb spoke and, ttrged the men to bV the union gpTernment and Mr. Buchanan A eomialtTeB meeting was held OB Tuwda? evenfng by the unionist Yorkers and final arranje- i wen made tor this part of the cooaUtaenCT. Mr. A, F.' Cunnlni; will be deputy returning officer, tnd Ihe PoU will held at the picture house on Monday froin 9 a.m. to Brery voter ihovld be present to reg- ister and R Is to hoped that In this district each one will ask' hlmMK nrtMther will help! to win war cr r not.1 TtiM is the' only question tint mattfrs today and' theT -whole into, crae at palriotlBm nther than one ot Mr. Buchanan. decUras that he It repreaentlnx; both' parties and etandlns for a-united--Canadian win- the-war pbMey. Mr. Pack has I id far ilde-ftepped the main and re- fiued to npftiri the itnicktfbrward Tictory policy. We beUere that every Coalhnrtt ycrter :will te loyal to aad Mr. Oeorge Kiiiland of Weft bridle left on Hondiy to apt-nd the winter town in Ontario. A number of Coalhurtt ectnuitasts toot'in the Erf Cross bMk'et social and dance at Rolling Hllla on' Friday. The alt air waa' a kuge succtai, the pro- ceeds amountfog to The night wu Terr cold bat a good attendance and lots'of fun. hare bees asked to pabltely congrat- ulate Mr. J. Plotnp of Klpp to whom the success .of (me dance Is dile. Plomp cVme to Uiia country frotn Hol- land and bas proved himself a yery loyal citizen, sit-all times'anxious lo do his bit for tie allies. The Rollins Hills district >as a splendid record as practically erery farmer in'that dis- trict has subscribed liberally to the local Red Society.. rnnns son ot J. D. Keith, ot the local mine staff, Is at present undergoing treatment in a hospital in nd. He enlMed with one of the from'Uthbrldge and oUter membera of his crew was, burled a dug-out while under tkell ftre. Serera! of the were kllfed and seTerely injured but Sylvaaus eacaped 'With a few gas' burns and bruises. He is siftferlnj trom nerrotM abock and expects to be m hc-splol tmtll after, the New Year. Her. W. F. Birna 6f Knox church, Lett bridge, addreued the boy cauls OB Friday erenlng. The'scouts are now amistinc ttte local Fled Cross society ID carrying parcels aad siraliar, wort The on Sunday will hare special reference to the Domin- ion election. Tie pastor's subject will deal particularly with the election issue anil a larKe attendance ot both men and women fo desired, i The annual Christmas tree enter- tainment will place on Friday evening in the Chorch..Atyery Inter- esting programme has' been prepared In which the children will take part. A very hearty'rnvftatlon-ii extend- ed to everyone .to be' present. In spite of Ute very cold weather there was'a good attendance at the reception held at the nianta on Wed- nesday afleraooa.- Mrs. Manh, '.he hostess, was assisted by Neill, Mrs. Dearie and Mrs. Abertislhy. Charles WatniOTgh, son M Thos. Watmough of Weft Lethbrldge, left on Saturday He has en- listed with. battery, The monthly meeting of the local Ktd Crou Sockty, wit, at tho manse on .Wednesday The president presenM a report of the annual meetlngVof thV provincial branch at Calgacr where k resolution from the Coamurst branch .'waa car- ried, wilf be made to hold' A big public meellng in' January, full of which will be an- nounced later. Putting Off Until Tomorrow! DELAY IN THE MAKING OF A WILL HAS CAUSED MANY AN ESTATE .TO PASS TO THOSE FOR WHOM IT WAS NOT INTENDED. DON'T HAVE THIS HAPPEN TO THOSE DEPENDENT UPON YOU BY HAVING YOUR WILL DRAWN IN. LEGAL FORM TODAY, AND APPOINT THIS COMPANY YOUR EXECUTOR AND TRUSTEE. liie Trusts and Guarantee Company, MM Calgary, Alberta PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR AND OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE FOR'THE JUDICIAL DISTRICTS OF LETHBRIDGE, MACLEOD, MEDICINE HAT, CALGARY, RED DEER, STETTLER. THE; STANDARD BANK OF CANADA HEAD OFFICE TORONTO SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES ire now installed at this Branch for the cus- tody of valuable papers, 'etc., affording safety and privacy. Further information supplied by the manager. 223 J. G. SCOTT, M G. F. BLETCHER, D. A. CURRIE, Accocntant-in.CWge, 13lhSt North. 4th Arenuc South. SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O.. LLtt. D.C.L, ProidemS H V. F. JONES, Au'i Goi'L X JSIR JOHN V.C. CROWN. Sup't of Ccr.tfal Wejtcrn Bnnchts AUCTION SALE OF HORSES On Wednesday, December 19th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP AT THE LETHBR1DCE SALE AND FEED BARN 324 THIRD ST. S., LETHBRIDCE 1 matched team black mares, 4 years olj, weight 2700 Ita; 1 tepin of browr. 0 and 7 years old, 3090 Ibi.; 1 mutat- ed ot bay marcs. 5 years 2700 Iba.; J. inAtched team ot browu glares, 6 and 7 old, vetaht 2700 Itw.; 1 mitched team ot davple grey mares, 5 yc.ars old, valght 1 teim ol and 1 years old! 2700 Ibi.; I leant at marea. 4.and 6 years old, 3000 Ibs.; 1 Clyde marc, i yean old. 1800 HIE.; 1 Clyde 'mare. 3 years old. 1400 1 matched of 3 year old black marcs, Standard bred mam ot Otter WllkM breed, wlth'foals by their tUea ond In foal again, wetjht 2WO 1 grey horse, 5 years old, 1SOO Its.; 1 Standard bred mare. 9 years old', with papers, record lime 2.H. Sonio marc. J100 Ibs. The abort nil broke to harness. 7 iimres' add KCldtoga, 3 years old; S raares and geldings, rising 4 years old. Pcrcheron breed. Thiise mares are all bred to a registered stallion. 2 itddle 5 years old, each 1100 THESE ARE ALL GOOD STOCK. THEY ARE GOOD ONES AND OF GOOD QUALITY. DO NOT MISS THlfc'SALE. TERMS CASH J. A. SMITH; HORSES PRIVATE SALE i 52 broke, work and saddle, 32 unbroke geldings, weight op to 1200: 24 2-year old; 60 yearlings; 6 heavy mares. This stock Is all sorted and lu corrals )uit cast ot tho Taylor Mills, LBthbrldse. YOU CAN BUY ONE OR ALl ANY UNSOLD BALANCE WILL BE OFFERED AT AUCTION, DECEMBER 21rt- SEE G. G. ROSS, ROOM 4 Of 7 DOMINION ROSS TAYLOR, Owners THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE CAMTAI PAID UP, T RESERVE PUND, A GOOD INVESTMENT The money you save earns interest when deposited ta our Savings department, and both principal and interest are safe and can be obtained when required. Why keep in the home more money than is needed for immediate purposes? izow Lethbridge Branch-- R. T. Brymner, Mgr. Tills election fs true refer- endum on bacUat ay tray In Flandern. Art ri" going lo' luck up our loldleri OF CANADA OpenaBonsekeepinj Account and Pay Your Bills by Cheque There is a decldc'd ad- vantage In depositing your housekeeping money In the Union Bank of Canada, and Issuing Cheques for your expenditures: the risk of keeping a. considerable sum In your home or carrying It when shopping, each Cheque, when becomes a. Receipt. LETH8RIOOE BRANCH A, F. S. Tatum, Manager CAROSTON BRANCH F, V. Caven, Manager BARONS BRANCH Blackwood, Manager Auction Sale CF PURE SCOTCH SHORTHORNS AT THE FARMERS' FEED ON Dec. 22 1917 AT ONE O'CLOCK THIS LOT CONSISTS: LORD GLOSTER, 20 months old. .2 Cows with calves at foot .12 2-year old Heifers in calf to Lord Glosid 3 Cows in calf to Lord Gioster. 2 Heifer Calves, 7 and 8 month. M. LAVENDER KING., 6 months old. Straight Scotch, winner in the ring all summer. H. T. LOVE PICKERING OWNER ;