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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE, DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, NOVKMBER 3, 1017 Blbtrta 3A1LY AND W I I X LY Rltei! delivered, per weak......10 Daily, delivered per year ......13.50 Paiiy. by .Weekly.- by aalt-. jir ywr VV'eetly. by nail, per year to VJ.S..11.00 Offlce US Editorial OfBca ISl W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director Joha Torranca Dales of eiplrr of ap- dally on address label Accept- ance or paperi alter ejplmUon data authority lo fib- ___ tcripUoii. Your Klnj and Country You RlnXI Nowl THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Kerenskr's on the situation Ja RuEsIa, really the first Illuminating statement yet siren caused a sensatloa ia war cir- cled rcsterfay, Is at least satisfactory fron tte viewpoint of Its eitreme He leares nolblrg unsaid. Russia Is completely iroro out and he llaces the harden of lie war upon the eUler Blues for the present, and until betomeE reSabflltated." The United States soverument accepts his ftalement as rerj satisfactory and as thai Russia cannot Rally be counted out ot the irar yet. The fighting on the Italian trout Is to take a turn. The Italians have entrenched laemeelTts itrontly ia their neir posllioai, and with Its British and French forces aiding them, are preparing for a counter-drive. makes It'a plain metier ot duly on my parl to resign my berehiu it once. The party Is oiipob- edMo the conduct of the war. I am whgle-heartedly supporting the cause of tic allies ajalnsi Gennany. It was hope that the psrty might not the war a primary tseuo here or throughout the. nation. In that case 1 might bare honorably relatucil my membership. But lha campaign here Is to be wated directly and upon the o{ the war. In seYex- lus my connection ornoliv tloo. 1 do BO with a profound teiisa ot all that It has to me. I Late repeatedly undertaken transcontinent- al tours, and bare literally thousands >ot socialist friends In many states. bare bwn the most valued re- jatlonihlpa ot my life. The joclil Ideals I hare had the prlvlle'e 01 ad- ambnj you are now more precious to me than erer before. But am posltlre In my belle! that even a jurtlal of German militar- ism would iQslltute militarism anil the etTlle state throughout the world and tus train end of political demo- L'recy and of the great hope- we hive of Industrial democracy In oar genera- Ion. However, I am qoKi certain that af- ,er German mUlta-rlsm fs crushed and he Qennan people liberated from the Uadneii and Insanity ot the present, a way may easily be found to re-unite all who hold to the principles -we have, until new. adrocated together." We hare other evidence that many people of German birth are Ihorough- y behind Ihe allies In this war. The Chronicle, au esoteric Journal, publish- ed In Kew York, has sent tc persons ot German birth or, descent whose nanm appear ,-ia "Who's and .he "Social an Inquiry In- rlUcg en affirmation ot their lojaltj. are a few significant replies, which ought to Imprest us with the truth that it is unwise to classify ev- ery cltlten of German birth as dlllor- UNITED STATES METHOD OF RAISING REVENUE The most Important sonrctB et rev- erraa TrhicU are tapped by War Revenue hill recenUy paaatd by the United Stales, are ineomej ajfcd ex- cess pronta. The Income. tax la m- creaied and Ihe low- ered. Hereafter ererr I'momiaTTled resident ot America with u lo'comc of or nore and every married resident with an Income of f 2.0M or more must make an accounting to the gCTcrnment ot hie Income ;by'inme lax return blanks, and, Tmlea income li oth'ervl-e two per cent, tax -Ibore n, or reipecllvelr. TVxe have heretofore. income tax frill bare .to piy ia ad- ditional two per cent. Bonus) tax'. Tbe percentage of taxea on income has been greatly jocrea'sed, raoflnf' from the one per cent. addltional'tax OB nel incomes between lo tbe fifty per cenL additional' rax on nel incomes ucaedlar' There is a proriilon Inserted in this hill allowing an exemption of for each child dependent lia family Baking II lha child 13 "under TUTS ol age, or'Is Incapable of Hlt-eupport he- 'cause mentally or pnyllcallT defec- tive.1 No exeese profits are. lazed -until they reach an amount of J6.0M, bat til eaceis proflla ebore that are. tax whether are proflU fit a, cor- poration, s. pertneraihlp, or-'an tBdtrl leciirlng subs'crlptloni to the Vict- ory loan. Mrs. .Molfat. on behalf of tha ladles present accepted the gen- erous otter with luany thanks and as- sured the donor that Ihe ladles do all In their power lo help alone the subtcripiiuu ii'su: Some Big Subscriptions Ah-eady One Woman Sub- scribes ISpEclal to Fernle, Nor. night's meet- ing of the formed Victory Loan whifh met In council clearly demonstrated a .n'p- idly growing Interest In Uus ail-absorb- ing now being taken up nil orer the Domlnlun, and tie people of Ihe Ftrnle district are pot going to be left beblad In their efforts to make a food aBowing In the friendly' conlest. Ja augmented last nlaht'the com- mrtlM DOW his a roemberihiiv.or forty- 9re, Jaeluding ladlea who are taking'an uceplloQally deep Interesl Li-the venture- Speeches were made by Mr. Hercnmer, Mayor Uphill, A. MacNelll, W.'R. Wilton, and several otherfl, all voicing a determination to put forth a united effort lo'.swell tlie nhgerlptlona to the Victory Loan to full ilx-ilgure There being no literature on hanrl and the hlnnk forms and terms under which bonds are lo be sold, bEins not yet received, nothing definite could bo douG but over thirty people put tbelr names lo a list vrho are going to subscribe to the loan as soon-us proper Wanks and forms have been received. v One of the .adic5 present, whose husband, a major, Is doing his "bit" in Ibe trenches is a subscriber lo tht: arnount of and a banker pres- ent..staled he had received a BUbscriptton orjS.OOQ- A sub-commit- tee is busy at work, dividing the town Into districts and assigning canvass- each so thai no part of Iho town will'be overlvjkedi in tho thorough canvass which ir- proposed to be made. A mass meeting wfll ba soon as the organization has been completed and the blanks have been received. The organized ellort will be extended to all parts of the district, including Elko, Baynes, Jaffrsy, Morrissey, Coal CreeJc, Hoj- mer and Michel, In all of which sub- committees aro to be organized, to work In unison with that of Fernte aud a .TFhfnvfnd campaign, tae like of which has never been seen, will be kept golnj: In the last day, and the last hour ul lhal day. In an effort to prove lo the many boya in the tfiat they are being rememrh cred by tbe old bora, the ladles and FOR THE GARAGE FOR THE SCIIOOLIIOUSE VOK YOUR HOME LARGE VARIETY ON HAND. BE SURE AND GET H AYR HARDWARE CO. llellau Headquarters In Northern Italy, Nov. correspondent, was fortunate enough lo obtain wonder Is the great army place In a DrillsU Ited Cross suin-1 has been able lo withdraw nt all anil mohile aller remainlnir at Ihe.lronl establish llself along Ihn new line ol unlJl Saturday, able to observe the enormous movement westward. All Ihe roads were vacteJ with denso traffic with, four or (ire lines abreast ot learns, automobile trucks, uick mules, artillery wagons and ox carls. The soldiers marched or rode, singly, In groups, (n regiments, iri brigades or In divisions. It was sucli a scene as the worll has seldom witnessed. Even fields ami by-roads .were utilized lor the colossal migration. H is not surprising tint some congestion nc- filrrou oailii sllt-h on eioqus and the enemy. defence. Many heartrending scenes were wit- nessed along Iho route, as the torren- tial rain the vast zono ul mud in- crensed tho misery of tho moving multitude. Food was "scarce, and many went without It for days, vlille Bleep' was Impossible as tho throng trudged.; ircslirard.'; Tho military hos- pitals were, evacuated., with all other Qslabllsluncnls. and wounded men were obliged to join tu tlie rear guard march or fell Into tlie Imnils of the The roadway was strewn with dead hones. Traffic moved by night and day was often blocked for long Inter- vals by the breaking down of some enormous artillery truck. Dul above all stands out the ssltent fact thai lue Kalian army ll on Its feet, Iho broken are re- forming anil Iho whole array Is swing- Ing Jnto nnolher line uefore the In- vading enemy. PICKET BOAT FOUNDERED. Washington, Nov. navy department lias been advised Iliat a plcXet boat of ail American bailie- Ehlji In homo waters has foundered ntncft More Joy to Life WHY NOT ADD JUST A LITTLE MORE JOY TO "SPRINKLE BLITHESOME, ROLLICKING MUSIC. YOU WILL FIND IN OUR I MUSICAL MERCHANDISE DEPARTMENT JUST THE INSTRUMENTS YOU NEED. VIOLINS MANDOLINS GUITARS' SHEET MUSIC i CLARIONETS OCARINOS STRINGS THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN THE CITY, AND AT PRICES THAT MAKE THEM SELL QUICKLY. Mason Risch. 'Ltd. 1 BALMORAL BLOCK' FIFTH ST. S '-'Tht Home o playing cards, but lip tal on 1 Ordinary bir.k o .GERMAN AMERICANS LOYAL Dr. VranV: nohn, "of a Hca'alnii Cermnn socialist. ItivM; the ranks because tiarty'a stdnd tialtftKei (IB follows lo an orflcir of of the soclilht pirlyl -tftt'tti'K'yatkf voiced In (ke present Back up yonr connlry a Victory bond. 'A'Vtciory boiid In' yiur poi'ieeildri wm.ahpw liat you have Indht country tin provides you wllli A 'llv- lor- Any of ability, wbo falls to buy a Vochry bond, should be Interned. He really a pro-German, A Vlcfory.. bond yields ioore longer (ban an Investment In a poker game. AaX Hie nalibeil by tbe A.P.P. the oilier Canada's Next War Loan JT is Ihe duty of every citizen, who is able to do so, to sub- scribe to CANAPA'S next War., Loan. As soon as the Government Issues the Joan every branch of The Canadian Bankof Commerce will be ready lo accept subscrip-: H6ns and make no charge for Us Urvrces. TO WAGE f HIS Bank will be prepared lo make advances to you on favourable terms for the purchase 'of the next Loan. much r will this you (o subscribe (or? THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE J i THIS IS "BESSIE No. MONTHS OLD, ONE OF T.HE LOT TO BF, BOLD IN _. v V T I wo Car Loads of FOR SAlLE AT THE yAKMERS' FEEP KAKN, On THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8 PUBLIC AUCTION In this lot will ba beifera from ZO to 30 monthi, redt ant! or three bulls and will include several of the noted ScottTih famlllei, atich n the Minn, Clernenllnn, VIHaflt Glrli, Marthai, Myrtles, Lan- caslcri end ClareU. ALL HAVJi BEEN BRED TO TFIK NO. -BKUCE KOSEWOOU BULL, TERM! S. W.' Llcbrhbe, S LINCOLN The <'ar Lincoln Wains thai, reached last were all sold the day (hey arrived. dan supply anther car if wanted. Please advise. f J. H. PATRICK M SON 'MR. J. H. PATRICK WILL IE AT. THE ALfXANURA HOTEL, 1-ETHiRIOOE, UNTIL AFT! ft NOV. t. ;