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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR HIE LETIIBHIDGE-DAILY HEIULD TIIUUSDAY, NOVKMBKK I, 101Z 1 (Utbbtlbije Blberta Urr PArLV AND 1 tubacr.ptlon deUrered. per .Dally, delivered per year bj- maJJ, per year VWeekly, by mall, per year...... by mail per year to U.S.. It 15.40 Ofl.ca............... 125! Office, W. A. iuchanan PreV.deat and Managing Director John Euslneu of ejptry of suDscrlptloCJ tp- ftu daily on UML Acc.pt- jncB of paptra tiler exnlntlon dale li our nulborlly to continue Your King .ml County Ycu THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Renewed expressions come from all bates, of conttdeaco lhal Hair and Tier glorious array. baUling ngafnst on the CaVnia front, ivlll be to ultima t el y slem tbe entire Austrian Inraslon and recover Ihe (round that has teen lost. The ad- has been checked already Lo a certain osteal, and ihe Teutons are I-. finding lUe so ing riDl so rapid DOW. effect of the Teutonic inrssioa r to unite the opposing ami forces in Italy rfi'fesh flclenu.naUon'lo tight througtf he struggle-to the end. BrHisb and .-Drench aid' in the war oC men and f'icUQS lfs'aaow on the way td Italian and United States Is sending iQ.tbe shape of supplies. The bat tic in Flanders continues, In i sea of mud, lo the advantage of the allies. More ground has been I-., wrested fronj the Germans. RIFTING THE VEIL .ON GERMAN METHODS I.JJr TLe most remarkable war book, be- of Its frank exposure of the which has yet been published1 irili actual experiences Is thai spent years In Coiastanllnople and ..who in the.German'annr the Ma- inrian campaign. Steurmer incapacitated and was sent to Ihe 1-Turkish capital as correspondent for I ol Ibe '3nosL flnQuentiij Qerman-.-'Joiarnala. published sensation.1 as of lie Jact Uaat it is la% story of an eye witness as be- rause'Uhe writer-Is of enemy origin an act ire nart-ia (he war armies.' stay ic .Constantinople. ifcc '-Armenian maas- and deportations. IiV trecame firmly'convinced, thai; Germany had played a cowardly and dastardly compounding these" maasacffci he terms "Ibe jnpsI terrible I .-crime in .jn.lst.orjr." For describing these ;-h'orrors and the. part played therein by Germany. Steurmer -waa dismissed by his newspaper, and .re- called the anny, although dlseiiarg- ed for. physical reasons some time previously. He scaped, to Swttzar- jlind where he wrote and published hfs It Is replete with detail of the .terrible, crimes against Ihe Annen- Una and in which, recording to Ih9 German .ankers surpassed (he 'TurtsJn ferocity and .unmentionable V. II H'jptttsldo of the relation ol Ihe actaaj of the Armenian and Belgian boofc Is M nn'Index of the thought of Inlalli- perm ins even al ihe beginning 1 be war when the who's cation yent madj lo nae tbe author's own expression. Says Steamier: f We" Germans been able straight pollUcally. Bis- r iAarelc's political bequest, embodied In Jjppular form IQ Ms "Thoughts'and a book that for rea- iS.pt expediency rather than of stood unalterably opposed lo world .war, has never been bred Into find fleih of our rulers; niv- heless they did not refrain from en- n the game of world politics. ..their nalrete, Ihelr unhe- lack of a sense of proportion, a rlshl lo to pre- vlUl Interests and lo of- honor, as conrlcllon, desls with' friifiiirtt OierV.il' cdnMnuei In the t. _ tcguainled wUh the'Bnii' i .knows that, wherever colonies tf' as micb, 11'gortrtnient (s "intinKefr' mMhirachii ,to' .QtT; j; V capUal, 'jvnuiri, -1 aMIIIy and value Tor developmCal of now territories freely recognized; uot the slightest partiality evca eilst- ed In Biiltsh colonies, and every Ger- oau vas as writ protected as ev- ery Englishman, and could obtain jus- tice and receive the most generous help fa pursuit ot his business. There era thousands of patriotic Gpjinans who are outapohen lr. preferring life In the EugUEh to life In the German colonies; in Ibfr latter they were both- ered by bureaucrary at every turn; often this or tasl official would let a newcomer, who happened nol tp M an officer lu the hts place by asking him whether he had money enough to pay his return Iri? Oca of the most Interesting chap- ters of Ihe book tbe. gen- es is qf tbe and the opin- ion of Us outcome. Sleurmer believes that the viol at Ian of Belgium the first great error in policy on (he part of Germany, aside altoge.htr iroui Its military none cotiM have The supposed neutral UT ol Britain and the mistaken sup- position thai Japan would befriend Germany are commented upon as la- atlre of Ibe popular of Germany In the estimation of leading nations of the east and west. The vrrtter states: The mlstaVe wltb regard lo Ens- land's attitude prored not only the height of stupidity, but also Ihe heigh! of Immorality, From Iho moment that England-Joined in Ihe war. Ger- many's canse was lost While Ihe people of Berlin were Joking about the 'shopkeepers" and their contemptible army, which was simply going lo be locked up by the police, and vctiile, ater on, the al St. Quen- tin and iq the battle of the Marne seemed to Justify this Ihose jtjmans vrbo had been tn Jhc-eolon1 ies warued aga.nst o'plira- and some of them fell that things might in the end out badly for us. I must be counted among the last- named. I have at no. lime since then (Aug- ust 6. 'a German victory. "And finally, slowly, but sure- ly, the conviction took" shape within me "inai i couldn't even want a Ger- man victory iny .znger. The work of'this soldier-correspond- ent is 'particularly rallmble as show- how Qennao bureaucracy has con- rolled the whole thought, of the na- tion as Germany's poaitlGn'In the world of diplomacy and how false presslons ot Germany's power and laflaencre hare been propagated at oe, .The war caiue as the reiull of declaration of war wa's 'cbmpleleiy' misypilersttHfli fa Germany. The hpot_ 13-an .apblyaia of German pgy o[ tho war the author comes .o conclusion's which cajiiioi but to ail who nare rownUinefl rtuser not. general thing sppror- war or Lhi of arms In the PJty .-the' Duke of Devonshire' ridEQ In its summer llahlDn Liberal M.P., who died the-olaer day, used to be one .of the best known political "cam- ife had feir e'quals DO the polltlcil platform- He was a. prince of good feiiova, too. Dave Carey, well known Torouto an, may be parlfainenUry underv- of -the depaiioient of labor. the, can cbunl on a real-'lrae friend it headquarters. Carey-la Iibqr.man of years' stand- fag, loyal, and Mayor has no delusions about a real war, Beforq Can- ada can do Its -full part In the'war, lot of .our ifldustrfrt and resources (q'jbe deail'wIUi druKcally. TVefie' fafli belter' ch'ittce' of that.'kind'being brouKht ef- gorerament than A TO STAND Oct. Beck, manager, of ,lhi ElftTfi- Ipr al Sink, barrheirJriB' before Jutllce 6f tie Peace v'Millwards on a wjelvlng atolen grain and thi ..lOTDlnK, he corn'mUted to (rial at the" si 11 I'D g 'of 'thift pap- reme cojlrt, -.which on Ic.oat on O- EAST Colgiry. Oet. Southem Alberta will respond loulr to Cinartc's Victory Loin .the concensus of opinion expressed by Ibe district dep- uties la charge ot Southern Alberta orjinlntloas at the executive meet Ing held In the Cllgnry ulllces, Can ada Life Dulldint. yesterday. The dep- uties litre: Messrs- 11 B Welli'er. M. Connacher. W. Ardca, H. A. C. 1'. McQueen, Ed- tnuod Taylor. E. D, Adams, A- McTeer, T. A. Homibrook, II. Mqlvln, C. Cousins. In some districts organized resolu- tions bare been passed thanking the denudes for the Information they bad brought to the district, A flue spirit Is evident everywhere, and IBB great- est possible cc-oppralloDS Is being re- ceived frotu all organizations. Up to Ihe present K district' points have organised with -honorary chair- uiaa and secretary, 'and C{ points with captains ur jioaorary captains aud team.____ H. A. Howard, who has been doing deputy wort tor Cochrarie, nocty Jlounlsln Park and Canlalrs districts Was added to the ere'ciilivs. A point upon which narllc'JlIr stress is laid, is ihe tact that EUbscrlptlons to Canada's Vicloryp Loan .can. in no way be considered as a patriotic sac- rifice. This does not mean that the patrio'llc spirit which, sub- scriptions is not appreciated. 11 is appreciated, but by no'strefch ot Im- agination can the'purchase of Govern- ment ot Canada War Bonds bearing an interest be considered a Facriffte. Tbls point was emphasized by -Mam- och'B remark that such securities -at such a rate of interest, and of such negotlatlblllty, have never be- ore been pUered lo the people ot his country. subscriptions, cannot be re- garded, as a patriotic sacrifice, very nucb real palriollc service is. being rendered by men and women who are giving their time and talenlj. vllhout ecompense lo usure a success of ;anida'B Vlclorr Loan. (From Our Own .Corrcspgndcnt) Orian, Oct. A verj- Buctassful lance and basket sociil Smlla's Hall last.. Friday nlfnt ander' he auspices. oil, the. Red Cross. The Urje crowd that giilhnred: spent a enjoyable terries orchestra 'rendered! aome've'ry rood inuilcv Prom nlie ;tb" tirelve hlrtr everyone danced.'. .Then Its buskels were aucddnect oft by. Mr., J. Tlynn, .who [llled .the .po'slllon ;redltably. The alsad. Mr. Wra. Miller's trar.'had Jia misfortune lo" be, fun 'over; by- s' aisc harrow he WM drirtnt. The iprses ran and lie' tellj'tinair he. .machine. He everal places aud was'ruiisd :of( to he hosplUI .at the -Hit.'-' Litest re- ports indicate that' hs. li maalni'.Sil. sdclory proETMs. 'j, Mr. P. McAiVIle has .JuL'-Iuiihed moving hli mgrchudlie'aad hpuie- hold gooJi from PktpTtf. He, has' clwed hla Btofe movadVats here. He'. hVa "fenleij bouse In town lor ind TamlH. During the week ieck his been busy working ba" his bulldiDK In IDWEI. In a Ehort {Ime.'he also will be Tblj will make Mollier botjl liV.loyrtt. PARILYOffli r Wintiltiej, NOT. was made by E. of' Spiers- 'arnell Bakery, at triir between he cilr and Dr. of the centre! .of' tit low! that lea per cent.- o[ oal be tued the of .bread; coiitentfoD-belpg mean a to: Canada :ci ntarly hiKhali.of Dr. Hnhertson 'urged tbejinporttnce of lie'people nrlio ,'aetaaHy'.handled fitod ''nurpllw piling ofrthw In order, the'.best re- M, lie Refill MerdauU' Aasocli- loo, from reurtililim the npArtinci of felttig the men kronfbwjt 'Canada' ugiftd In Iho o( into confer- ence :wtrh food coMrolIer wllh the Tlew of grtllrin' Ihefr practical imjerlence and Wuhncton, Oct. regu i.tkml for coIdMtonce'boiifei will x yneea snccesstul in farming an Union- ist Administration for the. purpose of prosecuting the war to the lull ei" lent'and power of this "coiinlr'r, we iare decided to "Having laid aside ,our Cpneerva- tire coat, and new Un- ionist made coal (wh'fctf vra'y seems to [it very nicety} we' are go- ,ng to see that.this finlshed'.ln the proper way, irrespective o[ poli- and that.our soldiers In tho trenches gel the" asslsliiie'Iliey'ei- are large. "NTot' small .who 'ecllne iii llieir :iiiit- onal nnLheni H abOHt'bur sofdlcrs ,haTing _a vote and. play, the game ol: obsirucfiosl citizen 'of tli.ls in :iTor ol an union'tal' gorernncnt, that is a government composed of the men of both of politics, is invited to'be a member of the Taber Unionist SET FOR (CONTJNDIH TEOM FiOKT PiQl) risier. Albtrla: Batlle River, w. Mills, Wainwright, farmer. Bon- River, A. Q- Bassanoj clerk of court. i- Calgary East, I. JlcArdle, ,Cal- gary, barrister. Calgary W. F. Handcll, rr, agent. P'dmontoc. East, p. KoiRht, farmer. CdtnontOTi Wnst, H. B. E4- mor.lon, grocer. II. n. Uth- ldec, barrister. Mocieod, J. M. Glendennlng, Nen- lon, rtncher. Medicine-Hat, C. E.. Sml'St, JleiJi- cln6 Hoi, agent. Red 'Jeer, J. Oasis, Red Deft, Jflr- iner. Slralhcona, J. J. McKenzie, Ed- monlon, merchant Victoria, Carorosc, Hallray, Klllam. farmer. Brltlih Columbia.. Mahoii, Vancouvflr, Cariboo, S. .C. Burton, Kainloopi. W. Van- couver. paal, II. 0. Loclmrood, ilolden. Koofenay Y-.'Ci Mpllalt, N51- xon, Nanaimo, r. Cr. New WeslminHlcr, D. E.'McKenzle, Hew" WestmlnBler. Skeena, J. Flfiwin, Porl SInipBon. Vaocourer Cenlrs, _F. .N- Raines, Vancouver. Vancouver Soulh, .R., Jladden, South 'Nclorla-Ully, Sydney Child, Vic- toria. r WeatmlfiBttr, J. M. Cotherwood, Misaloft City. 3. A. Shal'prd, Vernon. 1 YuVon Yukon.' Dawaon J. Chlllop, Yl t, J. Ulalr. of 1'roiosl. will lia the uutou cauuld-itti Iu Dattlo Iliver. U. J. D..-SOU will again Vie a mayor- alty candidate iu Winnipeg ugalusi Mayor .Mitchell. Ten members ol the United Stales vongress arrived In I'urls today on their way to pay a visit to Ibe front. J. II. Ralnvllle. M.P.. was Hie chol.c ot. a couvculion aa the uuion goverumeut candidate [or Cham- ly la Ihe federal elecllou. The stained glass wlutlows of tho ColOEne-Cathedral, Ger- man iiewspaiiers. are being replaced wllU plalu glais a precaution Iti case of air raids. The United Stales government tax of eight per cent.-upon Pullman tick- els after N'ov. 1 will affect tickets pur- chased In Canada for travel tbe United Slates. Colonel J. J. Penualo has been ap- pointed postmasler at Shorbrooke, 3ue. Col. Pcnuale Is now Fraace, laving cone over v.'llli an ammunition column wltk'lhe first coutiugent. AuatraHa bas bushels of wheat and vast supplies of other food- stuffs and commodities-'available for American market provided that country will furnish the necessary ton- nage lo move accumulated slocks, At a.representative meeting ot'fu- slonists'cl South Winnipeg, ropresenl- ng boll; Conservative mid Liberal parlies, G. W. Allen, K.C., a promi- nent Conservative, was unanimously chusen as (he1 union government can- didate Plans are rapidly profiresBlng In Hamilton for ilic selection of a wiu- .he-war candidate'for Iho Hamll- ;GJI ridings and "those behind the. move-' mcnl are hopeful for success despite he failure of: political parlies In this country'to get together. Reports have jjecn reaching liie J. S. for monlli ot a now tuov'eraent 'In Mexico, ica'ded by General Felii Diaz, calling support of all'who sym- pathy with a.n'ew-roovement, the pur- )0se of'Vs-h'Ich said 16. be the' over- brow ,of Hip so-called "Carranzlsta )arty1r and lite restoration of the con- itllutldn of 1S57. Drastic federal regulfllious for. the control of movements of enemy aliens on the waterfront .In.Brooklyn.'And In SLaten. Irumsdi- ale .dlscnarge oi every Cicrmaa sub- lecj .capacity ivllhln mile of llic-se waterfronts, are jeing, taken. U is estimated'that Al east i.OOO Germans vvlll be stlfeclcil by the hew ruling, which- supersedes all iirevioua regulations, The Reverend William Loralne Sey. mdur'Dallas, priest of the'Anglican :hurch'and fro.m 1911-.to 1916 a.tcem- ier of the Edmonton was killed In acllon KepL 20, 1917. In Au- g'ust, 1915, he rolunteered and was ac- cepted as a chaplain to Majesty's orces, and was given .the rank of ain. He-was atlached first, vnd'Oxford and BucVs'LlBhl Infanlry and later to the, Clh King's jiverpooK fleglment. MISTAKEN FOR A DEER, Oct. (or a dewtwcause ha' vtss "xearlvr. and his at '4iigle-rJ H.C., yesteriay. u IOYKE: WONT HUN Ocl, BleH'eY for iht, 81. Lawrence dlirl jnlon ori.Vonlreal, monitor refuntil to parllarneat, FOR THE GARAGE KOK THE SC1IO.OLHOUSE 1'OH YOUK HOME LARGE. VARIETY -BE SURE AND GET HAYR HARDWARE CO. THE HOME OF THE V1CTROLA EVAN the celebrated Welsh Tenor STATES THAT UNQUESTIONABLY THE PUBLIC .TASTE FOR MUSIC IS SINCE 1908 THERE HAS BEEN A NOTABLE .jBETTERMENT, WHICH HE BELIEVES TO BE DUE simply to ALL OF THE MOST RENOWNED NOT-. HESITATE IN APPHOVAi: OF.'.THE''- 1. SUPREMACY..1 p WE.NOT HXVE THE PLEASURE OF. DEMONSTRATING THE ylcfROLA TO YOU. LET US ASSIST IN ADDING, TO YOUR MASON 8C BALrtpRAUi BLOCJ-v 7ST.. S. LETHBRIDCE SAYS tTS'lto-ftOVT. A NiTlONALifRUST KOVTl Montreal, Nov. I.'-iDf. J. J Giier- in.-'ex-niayor'oI.Moolreal, Liberal can-' didalB In St: .Annas Division. stieaU- Ine last nifht al.'a meeting ol Cluli, dr'arftcter- ized Lbe union "government as a nat- ional IriisL Rovernnient find lie fiave tlie .people credit for havlug picked out lha new mem- thereof, no tlpubt if Slr'.AVijfrJa Ijiurler .w-crc re- turned lo powef (hcMnflltary eenlco a.cl be L. A. IMvet. M.P.P.." In (lie former division of lloclielaga-Declared ihai il was a crime lor lhet-BqverhmenL 10 try to stop people from '.expressing themselves on causerjplldn. Ei-Al- dcrman Jacques" ;Sttld. Hon. C. J. Doherly, M. P. for SI. Anncs, tfad Arch- dlshoii Ilriich'efll lhal tbcre' would lie (ho conscription ia t The Employer's Course The ifiued under Military Service Act ulh Clui One bichelori will, oil! rhiWftii (ixi( oOiennK irarc 20 ytm M on At I3th Odn IS17, i _ The cUim for exernptfon may be mMe W Ihfl by employer by neir 5o prKtkable, not more than one inmiU be mtde in o4 any For rCAMnl idled in the tifxi pBragfaphy tlie claim if often by the employer- x' _'" When Employer Should Make CUim lor Exemption Whrre clftim For Ubw-4 onthe Miuinprioil iMft h in the.niMi ol being employed In Military STTYKC, Kft En other wr-rlc (n whicK Ke f% il U that (Ke cUim by MfiPLOYER, mismuJi 39 ihr cf the claim will hirotVe, otfrn1 of iKe nature ol iSc buiinett, Itie lumber of men employed, etc. (Medicft Examination It will timpWy rfill ChiM One (m'plcyed.nollitf not eUlm easrnjiKon .whether In' Ine ApJnjen, if (Milled, AfM be tSo mikn'l CMitimtnf hli >meo( occbpation, or rhrttjff It WMM H WICTB montUl, M IKe nuyV. TMi'lornH for Exemptlofi ;