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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta W-- :PACE EIGHT THE LKTHB1MDGE DAIM HERALD NOyRMDER Celestials Believe'Hoods Are Evidence Heaven's Displeasure Pekln. N'or. politics have been affected very unfavorably ty the disastrous floods In China. The- floods havo bten construed by the Ignorant classes as a further 1'raof of Heaven's displeasure. The agitators uuiler direction of Dr. Sun Yat Sen. who hive estab llshetl a separate government. Cauton, have losl no time In uiaXlng political tsjjl'al of loe misfortunes churlau situation In secrecy have given rise to many rumors of secret agreements Mid sjiluelessness in deal- ing with Japan. China's teiluro to take active steps to send troous to France. 2'; stalCD confidence In the govern- ment. Troops are available. France ilACIDSTOM The Moment is .a eagtr to hive them. In fact, at I France his requested that China send ne 1300.004. But the Japanese govern- ment apl'areutjy was unwilling '.o ot th China with ueclutily SiJ ) so many Chinese BO and reluc- upon the Pekin goverumeal gave approval for Cum- Renera] Lu Yung Ting and other rait- .vse llary leaders in llonin province hive young China Is clamoring for nc- pracllcally declared their luJcpend- lion of sonic sort, li Is demanding ence of the Pekin government. Sie (active in Iho war. Chuan provinte, after a long period of unrest and many local little sbir- raishes, also has taken a decidedly independent atlllude. These move- meats not added materially to the' strength of the pseudo govern men! at Canton, but they tiivc weak- ened the central government and made its problems'more difficult. Instead of turning ilie interned German and Austrian Ehijis over to her associates in the war lor war purposes. Ihe Chinese government permitted them to- be leased to n Chinese corporation called the Ta Teh Company. This company in turn "Teased tbe ship to a Japanese coni- pany. The rate? were far below those current in the Far East. Prom- ises to let the powers have. Iho interned ships were violated 6V (he arrangement sncl the press !s gen- erally denouncing ibc administration for its failure to rander a war ser- vice to its allies. Several clashes between Japanese snd Chinese troops in Manchuria have created a very bad impression, especially Oie difficulty at Tsi-An- Hsieh. on Ihe river, where Japnnese Iroops tool; over the town ana are still occupying it. Failure of the Chinese government lo resent Japan's Invasion ol Chinese territory and the apparent effort of tho admin-. Istration to shroud the whole Man; OVERSEAS Christmas parcels should be maileJ without delay. Be syre and include "Pipe's (hi stc-nach All Dlltretl Goes. Do some foods you hit taste good, but work badly: ferment into stubborn lumps and cnute a tour gassy stomach t Now, Mr. IT Mrs jot this down: Vape i Diapepsln digests everjthinB. leaving nothing fo sour and upset you. There never was sn.vthlnf so safely nalce. so censlnly effective. No difference badlv vour slomiLir'u Is disordered you will "get happy relit; in fiva minutes, but whnt pleases yon moat Is that It strengthens and resales your stom- nch so you can eat your favorite foods without fear- Moil remedies slve you relist some- are slow, but not sure. Blepepsla" Is quiet, positive and puts your stomach In a health} condition so the misery won't corns back. You feel different as soon as "Pare, s Diapepsln" comee in contact with the Just stomach gels sweet., no. eases., no bekuing, no eructations of undigested food, your bead clears and you feel fine. Go now.'make Investment. TOU ever made, by gelling a 'arts tv cent case of Pipe's Diapepaio om any dm; store. You realiic in ve minutes how uesdless it Is lo tier from_indlEestlon. dyspepsia or ny stomach Tolnl of -120 Registered (o Date Register Before Saturday Night i Although threre are only five more days after today In which men ot ernl solJIcru ocmlh ot tho lino kail been scalleied ihrouebout Ihu Eiuill all over tlio couulry autl they were 1'IriilUE up all men who icmlj nol produce fcrllflritt's rfflslrallou. Some such WM hero after November 10. Tbe first sitting of the local eseaip- Uon.irUiuuar-wlll held In the post on Thursday mprulng. Dr. Couybcare aud Symonds are. the members ot Ihe tribunal J. V. Oliver (he military representative. Mr. Oliver has been receiving dally from Cdlgary a !l3i of the various nppll- cacts tor exemption and ho Is Invest! so that He may recommend ay- R1DEK HAGGARD IS REPORTED BUSSING' uavs aiier toaav in wnicn men oiicaunE M> mat juv.uiutruu Class 1 may re'glster for service or peals from the, decisions of the local eiemptlon under Iho military service tribunal In any he act there Is no sign of a rush, at ihe I njerlls further Investigation: Any man local post office and Postmaster llam-jwho has uol registered at Ihe pJit of. ly Is of the opinion that the men are flee may appear before tho excrnu- luelly well signed To date thero tlon tribunal In his district ou Tnurs- have been 120 Epullcinls ot whom 921 day, Friday and Saturday, but com- meucluE -Mondny ucvt. only those ap- plicants who have nolltlcatlon from the provincial registrar will In dealt with. Nov. ef- fcera of PrnceiK Patricias who are casualties following the cap- ture of Meetcheele are: W. H. Morris and Ll.-ut. J. R. Rlddell. Ottawa. Rider Haggard, Enjland; Lieut. M.-W. Williams, Burlington, O.--H. Bceiton, A- J. Roberts, England; 0. E. Lalora, Toronto; and Lieu- tenants and Reynolds, ad- dresses unknown. of men are1 seeking coemption. A' couipreheuElvo system ot handling these exemption claims has been es- tablished aud It Is expected confi- dently lltal no trouble will bo found In dealing uilh each case satisfac- torily. Tuo officials charged win pulllire tho act Into lu this connection Ihe, postujsBtera of Ihe country are playing an Im- portant bo exceedingly >usy until November 10, tho last Unj Tor auswerius the call. are vvlllluE to serve, nhile hove applied for eiemplion. Lethbrhlge therefore still exceeds Ihe 20 per cent, mark In. reports for service! The medical board will all hero on hursday and Friday ajaitt for the amination of all men of Class 1 who vsent themselves whether they have elstered with the post o.'llco auth- The Razor that sharpens its own blades automatically Toronto, NOT. Dr. A. Car man. general superintendent of the Methodist rturch from 1SS3 until his retirement in 3912, and prior to llul time a bishop ot the Methodist Epls church, died bare, aged St. He csme from UaiUJ Empire Loyalist and .was bo? in Oundas coun- ty. He had held hisrh rosiUoris in clum'h and ca-atlUociJ affairs.. He "was ones the head Coll BcIIciille. '-A. despatch received at HaUfar an nounces the death at Jacfeonville, Florida, of Dr. George Li. Sinclair, late j inspector of penal 'and humane fnsti lulions lo.Xo.Ti Scotia. Attention, iFarmers! High- Horses Cattle Tuesday Nov. 13 (SEE BIG AD.) ONE OF ,THE BEST LOTS THAT HAVE BEEN OFFERED IN YEARS. HE CURB) CHRONIC COLD WITH V1NOL Mr. Letter Printed Here ai Proof Dunn, tf, suffered with a cbronji: cold for four months, coughel day and night Had to keep on work In? when I jtts not able to. I u Vmol idTertiscd and tried it, and want to lei! )'ou it iust cured tha cold in a tiort C, Bagley Dunn, N. C. That's becaue Vicol IE a comtitu tloul cod liver and iron, remed. which aidl enriches th blood and create! itTenEth. The chronic cougfai and narurall Your inofieT will be it tumtd il It does riot help you. J. D. HirSmaoTHAM co, LTI Druggicta, Alao at tht' beat druggltta (n i Alberta towna. Liberal Convention For the Province of Alberta A Conventlon'of Liberals Oppossi lo the Qovtrnnunt Will ;V AT EDMONTON On Saturday, November 10, 1917 'AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M. "TO: DISCUSS THE ISSUES OF THE IMPENDING" ELECTIONS, S AN.D.TO COMPLETE A PROVINCIAL ORGANIZATION EyeVy Liberal opposed to the Bordtn QovernmtnS U Invited lo attend t'ne eenvenllon; and, If convenient, n meeting ol ivoh Llbtralj ihould btMdln each town, village or polling dlvlilcn. 'At the' Co'tiyenll.on the delegsto from esth of th! 12 Dominion ID.voflna dtlcgalcs. .'s rlAVE BEEN MADE FOR A "SINGLE FARE THE ROUND TRIP.. vAU.'pijrcfiait one-way tlckela to Edrr.ontnn, ijnd at the tamo convention csrtllltaUa from thelrr local railway agents. At EdmiHtori rtturn tickets will be Isiutd {res', further information ti (rains olvefi throuah Uw ncwapapera. Ihnulrlw 2t phone.MJ741; CSIsiry. j nuLei ALEX. ALLAH, London. NOT. Is Ihe ory ot the sinking of the Nelson, of hich the captain was sijen the Vic- irla Cross: On an August afternoon on lout a quarter to three, the traw as shot from Ihe smack Nelson am smack was on port tack. Thi per was below packing flih, an( ne hand was on deck cleaning fisl r neit morning's breaSfaBL Then ie skipper came on deck nnd saw a; bject on the horizon. examine closely anil sent for his glasses Imosl directly Le sang out "Clea action, nnd' he ha tarcely''spoken when a shot lei bout a hundred yards away on th orl how.: The motonnan fct to'hi motor, a 'deckhand went to the am iiinltion "room. The" other hands, a ie skipper's ordera "let 10 th -arp." Meanwhile Uie gun layer held hi ire until tie skipper said. "It is EC waiting any longer. We will hat o let them have II." Away in the dislaacc the suhma ne sent shell after shell 'at th mack and abont the fourth shot th hell went throngh the port bow J' elow the water line. There was n onfuslon aboard, not eTen when Ih eTenlh shell struck the ektppe lassed through his side, through' U leek aad cut through Ihe side of th ilp. All the time Ihe ship iras ain' "Il's all rletit, hoy, do your best iald the skipper to the gunlayer an hen luraed to the second hand a messasa off." This, .was tile mes helng attacked, skipp ;lllci, send assistance at once." All this time the smict was alnfr ng and only five rounds of amrnUDt- .Ion was: left and the. second hand aeni to the skipper lying there on the deck and heard him ie BQlp; throw the hooks oyerhoard." vas as.Ved Ihen If they should lift Llm Into a hoat _bnt his answer was 'Tom, I'm done, throw me overboard." He was In too bad a condition to be moved and they left him there on hla deck took to the small boat and after an hour afterward tho Nel- son went down by the-h'ead- U was just drawing 7516 dusk then and the crew of the hoat pulled that night. Towards morning (he wind freshened and blew them out of their course. They nulled all Ihel day and had a pair of trousers and a. large ..piece of .oilskin fastened to at. tract attention. Once a Teasel was sighted and once a group of 'mine hut'they passed out. of sight. At nlglil the weather became calm and. One, and through' that night they pulled until at daybreak, when at In the morning they found a buoy anil made fast (o II. By the afternoon they were sighted and rescued. r The'.sendnd hand, who took charge of the tiller after the skipper had been shot down, Was his eon.' And so the great tradition goes on. COALITION GOVT. IN SPAIN NOW Hies or not. Those who Ml to resistor before it Saturday night will be liable un- r the act, and If the method follow- d In the United Slates Is put into rce hero Ihoy will be rounded ut> ithout delay. A visitor from Ilie ales told Ilie Herald today that fed- 'AUSTRIA'S FOOD TROUDLES Amsterdam, Nov. food difficulties, tha Allgmelne Xel'.ung ol Vienna says It learns, havo become notably sharper In consequence of Huugary's flat refusal of Austrian pro- posals for a supply of grain. AH ex- traordinary crown council will bo call- ed, the newspaper says, to discuss tho extent ol Hungary's obligation to. sup. ply food to Austria, _ .MACHINERY IS WORKING WELL Military Service Act Comes Smooth- ly Into Operation Throughouf" y The Country Ottawa, Xov. opera- tion ol the machinery placed through- out the country-for (he eiiforcemcnt ol the Military Service Act .9 re- ported from nil pojnls. Tito rush of men In tho first class Lo be medically ex a lu tried and to get Into touch''ivilh Iho authorities begau ns Boon as the medical boards has coDlloueJ slonUHy ever Elnco. Since tho proclamation was Issued on Oc'oticr 13lh, the nifru havo been gofus to tho post offices m large cumljers to comply, with Its require nicies, As vras cipeclcd. a largo number CLIPPING WINGS OF PRUSSIAN HOUSE' Copenhagen, Nov. German authorities tlilnk It advlsablo lo clip the wings ot the Prussian lighlature financially before the power Is turned. over to an uuder-house elected 'oq equal suffrage. Tbe bill on budge) rlgble. mentioned recently ai part ol the Prussian reform programme for> bids UIQ lower house (o Introduce new appropriations In the budget or lit croaso (ho estimates as submitted without the permission of the govern' The bouse of lords U aulhorit eel If Ilio lower house rejects the standing appropriation of tho budget to demand a rovote or n discussion in R conference committee of boll houses. Tho bill provided fot thtf continuance of tho standing ap- propriations of the preceding budgel If Ihe estimates are not passed at the opening ot the fiscal year. Madrid, Nov. tlonal-coalUlon cabinet haa been form ed by Marquis Marine) Otrzla Prleti Alhucmaa, who takes (he post o premier. In a statement today, the new pre rnler declared the new government would follow the sains policy of a lute neutrality as (ho previous gov ernmenls. Tho premier, It developed ,today, will UVo over tho portfolio o foreign eftalra, Senor AI va redo bav Ing relinquished It. PRISONER ESCAPES. P7mcc'Albert, Saafc., Nov. Ttet IUmbler, a prisoner from Blggar Saah sentenced .to, MX months fm prlsohment for Ihcft, acakd the wal ol tbe local Jail ycslorday end cacap til. .Vorway la claiming the vessels noi under conslructlon her In tb 5 PREVIOUS issues of Canadian war bonds have been purchased largely by 'wealthy financial and industrial institutions and regular .1 This time, to-make .the loan a' success, everybody must buy Canada's Victory-Bonds. The 'denominations have bcen-m'ade as -low as so that the mariyVinstead Jof few: may the" 3' i 'r' money she needs to carry on the'.war. People who xnever; before haVe been investors are urged to buy. Victory Bonds. Their sayings may be small individually, But are, certainly tremendous in the aggregate. I, You; your neighbour; men, of-every trade and profession; employers and employees; city people and country old and young; all must p'ut shoulder to the ...whe'el..; Every little helps. Buy all you can. .Strain'a. to the very limit of ytfur ability. others (o do the same. For not only will your, savings earn large and continuous with absolute security of principal, 'be helping to win4he war and to maintain Canada's' agricultural and industrial prosperity." Be One of the Many Thousands Victory'Bonds will be Week "Canada's Victory Loan" is the title of a pamphlet that should be In the hnnda of every man and woman in the country. Mail this Coupon Chairman; Southern Alberta Canada's Victory Loan, ''.Calgary, Alta. j Kindly 'stnd to rtc of pamphlet entitled "Canada1? Victory Name I All About It I i I r i i j at once and get your copy [_.-_. _ _____ Street or Issued by Canada's Victory CoinmiUee In co-operation with the Jfhiislcr of IMiiau.ce ef the Dominion of Cauadj. ;