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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUP. LKTHBRinflE HERALD (CONTINUED FEOM FHONT I'AIH) U'at Jt could not havo been carried out la time to proveut luo GRTUIBQS from landing on (bo Jalaucla la the Gulf ol KtgfL t v General Gurko considers U true to a certain extent thai Itussla bora the brunt ot I ho lighting lu Ibo first eigh- teen roonlba of '.ho war but It IE real- lied ili ft I 11 the allied uot to lie ruined this was necessary. He agrees completely with KorenBby that Itussla Is eaha.islctl lor tbe time tho.ttltuallon lit flucb districts. KcreiiHky (runts Is uol u release from (lie booda wblcp unllo xi3. Imi indulgence for Kussla'd weak- ness and Huuaia certainly baa ,__ ___ served Indulgence for her efforts and being but adds lltai Iluasla should he Bufferings. All we cuu ask of Her is [ablo to undertake her share of tho to do her best. W6 must nol bo fighting. ImpeUBtii if thul Is leas tliaii vvo ex- pected." Tho DaJly Kipress makes a similar ptea and eaya that uo statesmen ever faced moro appalling ILaa thoao that dally confront Prem- ier KcTc-Qsltr. H admits that Hussla bore the burden of (ho first month! ot tbo war and thai the of KaU Prussia probably saved Franco from boles overrun. Regret Is ex- pressed that tho changed conditions OVER RIMN B SEAI TKIROOBIE IN (CONTINUED tBGlf FflONT Petrograd. Nov. revolutionary democracy will te- warfare had made it Impossible Iuse to send representatlvee to tno for (ho BrJtiili-fleet to operalo ID the Med conrerence In" Paris it the Ilus- Baltic1. ;trtn government Insists on sending 'WMfiwhIIe." It adds, un- .foreign Minister Terestchenko. M. dersland rituatjpil vre ei- skobdcff, chosen by revolution- aries lo go to Paris, conferred today tvUu I'remfor Kercasky, to whom ho peel uo more from Itussla at tto'yres cot. til an Ebo hold her frontiers, against tbc common cnerW- ihcha. found Ucrsolt diers will rcipnear In tne a ranis el arwles ol llbcrly." The Graplilc eaya: "We should Tefcsfcfaenlco'a vlowe Hast Mail) ill on Ibero may be A labor candidate In tho Hold. "la Jobn McMartln, Jor- met I.I Loral candidate, has already declared him Belt as the unionist can- didate, Lut a new convention has been and a stmlfhl Liberal will tirabably oppose biro. Jobu A. McMil- lan, wlio was the former reprepenta- tivo of (bo conslltueucy Is out ot the running. "From present indications there be straight. Liberal candidates In most of tho Ontario seats and In iiiaity of the DiarlUmo province seats. Jn the west the opposlllon believes It yP din place candidates in inosl of Ihe AtLtrta and (Columbia seats ,nj In many of tho Manitoba were entirely unacceptable to the' bul lhcy arc not suro of Saskaicu revoiutlouary democracy. 'olll ,hal ihe democrary Ho pointed I cwan_ refrain QUCIJ..CI on Iho other hand, UH- ones for Hie approval of Ihc general States. The O'riyliic Is Iho time to prove her. devotion lo Iho Ideals of the allfPS' not by, .Up ser- vice but hard on lu ttc east." Gurko's Opinion .Vov. Gnrko ot the Itusalait army, who arrived rec- ently In England from Jlunsla In an Interview. In tho Dally Kiprcss eoya of their organiulloD. Thirty-seven young min and women. that freriilcr' Kcrcnskr showed Jack mostly foreign speaking, rcgtslcrcd ol polltfcal sense and tact In Warn- for lb-DO Ing.tue BrlitBli fleet for not entering Iho ausplcca of the Joint BChool Iho llalllc. Ho declared thnt sucli borda, at Iho first session held Thurs- was not ouly Impossible but day Si- Basil's school. The classes vllou W. L. Mac- KInKi rornier minisler of labor in Ihe Laiirjer govcrnmeot. will run as n Laurier caridldalo In North York, It Is staled that lie has relinquished his commission with tho Rockefeller Foundation." arc'Mkely to held two nights a week for a while, ivilh increnscs as Iho situafion may The class- es be held oa Monday and Wed- nesday nlfihts neil wcuk. The te.icli- Ing staff for the present will be Jas. A. Davidson anil Mfos K. II. Duiin, will be aililcd as required. The first debate of (lie Inter-Class debating League at tho High school WAS held yesterday anil it wat simply B tase of top mutli Fair field and Me- Calluni for tho reprtsuiilatlves ot Grade 12. Orado 11 wou In a gallop by leu points, The subject of the delate was "He- Bolved that Kuiela'e .vit.'iJrawal from the war would be utucSclat (o the AllkB." Mlss'Goldte Crut, Ihe letd- er ol the affiriratlve for Grade 12. gave a very concise ami w.ell delUer- cd adureas and was very Rbly backed up in her assertions by her Allss Dorothy Stafford. .Miss Alice Kali-Geld, leader of the uogattre, dellrered a pt-rtlcDlarlj 5ac argument and (his, coupled irlth the scarcely less brilliant work of Miss Jessie McCnllum, resulted in the above decision. Other numbers of the program were a. short sketch by Misses lianillton and ad- dress by President HlKlnliolham and Jvi'tiat founj pzitlcular favor, a series j ot humorous leading by Hkliard 1'lpns. A piano eolo duel by Misses Terrlll end Cuurcl] grcaUy enjoycd. Prlutipal Dobso.T is in receipt of the follovvlne letter from A, E. OLlcwell: II. II, Dobsou, Esq., Le Hi Dear the Illgli School De- bating League, Owing lo the fact that J have been engaged to go over- scan on special educational v.'ork in connection with the V. M. C. A., wo think U advisable to suspend UIG op- eration of llie Provincial High School DeLallng Lfafuo for tins year. Us management requires a good denl of time and and for any one whd Is uot familiar with Ihe whole history, (lie .work would proro L-I- trenicly difficult, N'eit year, however, vc trust this work will be continued. Trusting have not caused you too great an in- convenience, and thanking you tor past co-operallon, f remain! Yours sincerely, (Signed) A. B. Ottcsvell, Director. This was a Veen disappointmc-Dl io the local debaters as'the-chancej this year looked, particularly bright. How- ever, a. debate bclivccn (lie two teams will bo Elagcd here soon. Tim Bub- NOVEMBBR lOth Reporting' for Service Claiming Exemption. Only one. week for -the men ,t in Class One ta'respond .to. the ce.U under the Military Service order that every man may fully'understand and fulfil his obligations, the iollowing questions and answers are given. Who ii in Clou One? All Mile Brtlkh fnbHK OTdi'nirily oi >t uiy time Woce the 4lh Air ot 1914, miderrtm Octolwr 1917j atlunedtne of 23 yean, who were bora not then tbe ycmi ISU.uulwm on Ihe 6ih J.y of July, 1917, tu or wtAoirm, but hire rw child, etc. :-'r' required (o report lor duly or thin Ine 10th of December, 1917. on Mrvice earUeT "1 Members of nr dvfipcil by our Army AcV w cjr force, as How ihoald claim for exemption be Claim jor exempLion may bo made by any roan In Class One, Vf bis employer, or neai iclatiTe, but it IE detirabta that not more than ons cUim be niaje fbi" any one m.n. Foruil ol claim (or will ie'fonnj in Offices anj be kansmillea free by lit RrjHtr.r. of eur oilier or bjr oar Goieiamint of India. "3. _________ N.T.I StrVtcz nil ft CnUiin'Expeti- t'tourr Fores. 1 "4. wtx> 1914, m our Mltt.rr or Fotetj, or in IbMt ot our fa ur ihcitre of xiuil mi konoanUr UniefuMiL "5. CUrtT, ncbdar membtri el mar recofnizeJ orjct of BTI srinifien relicioui 4eMMfaAlfaM euAnf in Ihe nd legal holidays, from 3 to 5 bible nnd nnlhor ltd ChrhtlaD Science literature may be or furclascd. .Tti Invltjd ID V, tt the cburch Um rcuHnr rbem. .METHODIST Wesley "Church Rev. Chai, E. c'rags, Pijlor. Ilesidenco 320 lllh St. 3. Phone 401. Claude Hughes, Musical Dlreclor 1 n.m.: Morning Worship, Siiuje'ct, the Eccond ol tho series .qr Ihe Anoatle's Creed, "The Divinity ,ot Jesua p.m.: Senior Mission Band. 3 p.m.: Bible School arid Illolo Classea' 7.30 p.m.: Evening subject; "Martin Luther ar.d Reformat lion, o'r the Four Hundredth veriary of Protestantism." BAPTIST First Baptist''Church ;JVii Cor. 3rd Ave. ind Slh'St S.'' Rev. C. Baker, Patter j crvlrfl and 7._30 p.m. as, usiinl. j; Iter. D. n. Wcbt, D.D., atj isi ati ''f1 ComfiiuTiloii at'evening ,V THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH Rev. E. J, Pistor 1271 5lh Ave. N, Phone 1BE9 10.a.m.: Clas3 for boys pnri girls. 11 a.m.: Inlerce.iBory service snj.the Sacrament ot the Lord's 2.00 p.m.: Elementary Depla, ol 3.15'n.m.: Olhcr Depls. oMlie S. Topic: "Christ's Second and Judgement." LETHBRIDGIi BIBLE STUDY Th'o LethbrMgc'Diblo'StuiyXiass -jneet on'Frlilay.nignt.atS the' nurgiiiari's. Slrnan; ASSOCIATED BIBLE Room Stafford Block, 6th St. S, Meetings as follows: p.m.: Blhlo Study. -Sunday, 7.30 p.m.: Discourse. Subject: "The Three dealing .with, the Enochs and Dispensations In the Divine Plan. Wednesday, S p.m.; Bible SlinJyv All Seats FrA. All Are'Wefcome. NO ot God. Subject: "The Old Time Relljlon." BELIEVKRS Burgman's Hall, 4Is'. st' Worth, Bcllerers ftescmblo on the lord's Day tor EreikiBj ot Bread il 11 a.m. lunday J p.m.' Boipel Pretchlng at 7.30 p.m. Strriea tM .ClUdei, SI. it t.m., HollrieVi Mcillnj; J p.m. Mcitlne aod 7.30 Stl vatlpn Meettns.; Week pm., Pab- lie Metllng. p.m. Silrsllon Meettoj In S Ml Seats Free Collccllon LATTER DAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Latlel Day Safnls; Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St. 9, Sunday a.m. Sacrament p.m. Primary i p.n, Relief Visitors Alivayc Gso. W. Gcen, (016 2nd South. Pfionl W3. Chrislian Church 3rd Ave, and 6th St. S, RKldence, 806'7Ih St- S. oltver L. Pastor Sister Dunairortli, supt of School, World's on. Special Clirislliin Endeavor, Preaching Eyenlne'synjecf: "The You W. ttie; Homellki S ;