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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta sn THE I.RTHRHITV5R HFRALD TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6. Factory Broken Into, Candy Is Also a Viclim Somo time Sunday afternoon be- tween noon end o'clock tba manu- buman conaunipUon would ba released for (odder purposes. The ZeUung complains ol the prices cbsrged In (he coun- Iry districts for clothing (or firm workers. It vr'nis a of compari- Ehuwins. fur ciaiuplc, that cocks costing In peace >lmo tow wst four marks; boots that cssl twelve to fifteen marks uow sell for a hucdred and twenty marks. Overall! I'jal cost tvo marts Si) pfennigs now cost seventeen to iwenly-onc marl's; women's aprons that were formerly cue rears twentr pfennigs now fifteen marts- Material (or dresses, made from the neir nettle cloth, costs twenty-seven marks The farmers de- clare that these prices, which iarnl youthful offenders, for It Is believed by Iho police that none tint bovs. tfould DP implicated, secured entrAaoe j I I O lo tho rear of lie tlock by items of 11 V key which ooe of them lad laien (JiUi from the wall InBlde Bl seme previous tine. A bar of pipe was then used to break down the door Into the candy shop. The door .was completely As- maligned. The police are doing every- thing thay can to trace the culprits who very daring by operating in broad dayllgbL I Xew York, NOT. ol Early Sunday morning the ccbwltz- (more draEtlu measures to control en> er bake shop on ?li avenue south, aliens vris planned at a confer Comment on the Laurier Manifesto Saikatoon Star Saskatoon, NOT. Daily Star cays lousy Ihnt Laurlcr's atllluio ie as'advanced and as radical aa fore- casted. H points o'Jt thai what he his done Is to try to bolster up an Inde- feasible policy on the inalu Issue by the vigorous nature of hLs mtaor issues. "Much of Sir Wilfrid's iilitform on Ibe economic Issues la strong AiiJ fine." says the Star. "Out as the Star pointed out a few days asO. back of platform Elands a parly whtch Is HUMAN (t'dXTIKUFD VtONT I'AOW rlty of China or that would, lo the subjects or citizens of any CQLIU- try tlie ful) eoloymeut ot qqual oppor- tunity In the commerce, and Industry of Chins. "I shall be slid'lo have youT eicel- lency confirm this imilerGlicdlng c.t the mrcoment reached by us. "Accept, excellency, tie renewed of my highest consideration. "Robert Lansing." "Ta? Special Mission of Japaii. "Washington, Ivor. 2. 1917. have the honor to acknow- ledge the receipt of your note ot today communicating to no your under- standing ot the agreement reached by us fn our recent conversations louch- us n our rcen conversaons ouc- ami lackmg In rapidly ,he QUMllons 0( lo More Is to be eirccted In the way of our goverimeilt Klltlng the rejmlj, roal action looUng toward national am hap ,0 bj >Mo (Q efficiency from Uie unionist govern- ment .irhlch. while promising com- j. you UBjar piraiiv'eljr little, has the capacity and the freedom to accomplish ninth." _. of mf i. _ performed a 'service to tho United as well to which Is ol the highest value. "There has unquestionably been growing up between the pcoplet o( the two countries A feeling of suspic- ion as to tho motives Inducing the ac- tivities ol Ibe other In the far East, a feellus which. If unchecked, prom- ised to develop a serious itluaUon. "liuiuora and reports of improper Intentions were Increased and were more believed. Legitimate commer- cial and Indus! rial enterprise! n-lih- our ulterior motive were presumed lo have political with the result that opposition to those enter- prises wero aroused In the other coun- try. "The attitude ct constraint and doubt thus created was fostered and encouraged by tho campaign oi faUo- hood, wlilch for B long time had been adroitly and secretly carried 02 by Germans whoso government, as a part of In foreign policy, desired especial- ly to so alienate Ibid country and Japan that It would be at tho chosen Hue no difficult task to causo a ruis- turo ot their good relations." After reviewing Ibe highly favor- able results of tho Japanese-American Montreal Star Montreal. Nov. 5. "The Liberal leader's election appeal Is moulded. In question set forth in the following conferences, Secretary Lansing's terms: (Here the special ambassador re peals the language of the agreement the old i.tniilbr form, but It lacis the as given In Secretary Lansing's also broken Into, the rolbed ot 59 euce old force. It sounds like a far echo of former days. Tho voice 13 labelled as the voice ol Laurier, but the hand in chance, and indications are that pre- Of tne department of Justice, tue paratlons were being made to blow united Slates secret service and the the safe when disturbed. No trace of -police, called as a result of suspicious Ihe robbers has been found. fires on Ihe wa'er front anil recent damage to government property Bad Elifns.. SucgeEllons. were made that enemy aliens moved from seaport towns be yesterday of represents- 1 ja the hand of Sidney Fisher and Mac- (Slsned) K. Ishll. ID 111? statement accompanying the lo UIB Interior. The police will I required to-watch alien enemies their precincts and to report on their Copenhagen, Nov. lie wnne of 3 debate on food conditions fcr Uie Prussian diet committee, Uerr Hoesch, Conservative, said that for reasons it could not be expect- ed Inat the grain producllon of Ger- I'ijmny.. could be Increased materially .'during the war or for some lime Ihere- He suggested that the-sovern- evote its attention tp Increising It Is _. _. not only Iron) the water front but an order will kenzle Kins-" Ottawa Journal Ottawa. Nov. Evening Jour- nal comments editorially on the Icr manifesto as follows: "For Quebec, no conscription of blood; for Iho rest of Canada, con- scription of wealth; for the war, brave but vague irords, uncertainly and delay. Toil In a sentence, Is the sum' and substance of the manifesto which Sir Wilfrid Laurier issued yes- terday end upon which ho hopes lo jjlatemenl says: ''The removal of doubts and sus- picions anc me mutual declarations cl the now doctrine as to the Far East vtauld be enougu.lo make tho visit of Ihe Japanese commission to tho Un- announcement. Secretary Lansing Ued States historic and memorable. Id: but It accomplished a further purpose, "Viscount Ishll and Ihe other Jap-1 which Is of special interest to the nese coruuilssloners-who are now on world at this time, In expressing Jap- lielr way back lo Heir country. Lave an's earnest desire lo coopernto with bo issued restricting them to use par- tlcnlar routes on designated Jerries. N. Y. MUNICIPAL ELECTION NOW ON New Yori. V.. Nov. marnrallj election today. Fair wea- ther that ushered In the day leads to ___________ _ _, predictions by various campaign man- ,the production of potatoes to provide ngers l record breaking vote '.food necessary for the population and would bs polled- Of the vot- that the government Imraedl-1 era nrllo registered, it was estimated announce a minimum price for, thai at least would cast their ''the'''potato' barvest of'1915, coupled ballo'ti. Tie polls opened nt sli assurances to producers that all o'clock and at live o'clock hipolaloes _above 'those necessary for afternoon-' 7 Mi-Ik MEDALLIONS Dainty chocolate pieces, out of die ran of ordin- ary milk chocolate, containing a real flavor of rich, creamy milk .and the finest cocoa beans well blended.: Sold CTerywhere. Made in Canada. I Might TOMORROW? NEXT WEEK? HAVE I MADE ANY PRO- VISION FOR MY FAMILY? WHO WILL ADMINISTRATE MY ESTATE? MY f RIVATE EXECUTOR W.ILL DIE ALSO? THEREt'QKE I.WILL APPOINT THE The British Canadian Trust Co. (Being a Corporation, Diet) 315 FIFTH STREET SOUTH .'LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA WHERETO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsraithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fittipg. Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. tHE CANADIAN BANK 1 w OF COMMERCE: m B3MUNO WALTER C.V.Q, KV. Sup'l of Cuuril Woom Brtrrfw FARMERS'BUSINESS PHBCTS find the service of this Bank efficient and iactaytn the discounting aid coffcction of sales notes. "j supplied free feBrvmner, Mgr, regain office and power "As a party pronunelamenLo, design- ed to trap the selfish, the discontent- ed, the unpatriotic and unwary, it Is a document ol considerable skill. As the pronouncemenl of a uaUonal load- er summoning his people lo meet tne challenge ot-a peril, It is a pitiable deplorable failure." Calgary News-Telegram Calgary, Nov. Xews-Tele- fram today says: "The declarations of Sir Wilfrid Laurier arc but a repetition of Iho Liberal attitude in parliament during the lata session with the a J ill don that Ihe majority of the resolutions pass-1 ed at the western. Literal convention in Winnipeg virtually have tieen "Had Laurier clren .his manifesto i to the. Canadian people two months ago, it Is most probable'that he would haye (ateii a decided stand against the repeal a delay In enforcing. Uie Military Service'acl. But ho pub- lic roan In Canada with a due realiza- tion of his responsibilities .can OTCT look the import ot the developments of the last few weeks. sh'ow .that out" of approxim- ately -357.066. men registering, bare exemption: "It will require months to hear these, appeals for exemption and diir Ing that time whtfl the actual result wiH be in the way will be problematical. ,If, .therefore Sir Willrld will promise lhat he wil under a -voluntary system, provide Us qrjola of forty or fifty thousand ,men for the front under a national gov ernment different to that of Horde n (here are, ire believe, a large section of the Canadian people who will b InclinedUo afford that oppbrluGily, In view of the fact that appros'mately percent, ot these affected by tfai Milttan' Service act are'clearly moa antagonistic to it." Vancouver World Vancouver, Xor. 6. The Worl says: "Sir Wilfrid Laurier does no appear lo realize that the coming elcc lion is In itsDlf, a'referendum. -If Ihe union goTernment is beaten then con sCTlptlon, the basis ot' the coalition will have been beaten and Sir frid need no more than carry on th without troubllns abou a referendum, "War can on b men. Tho volontary system haa falle to produce those men- Sir Wilfrid Uilcka he can galvanize Iho corpse ot voluntaryism Into life again. But he is careful not lo explain hdrr. Perhaps It will he by the, "Issue of a manifes- to." Victoria The Victoria Dally Times says: "Ac- cording lo hia manifesto, K Sir Wil- frid Laurier were elected, he .-would abandon the enforcement of the mili- tary service act and submit U to the people In the form ot a referendum. At the same (Imc, he would organize and carry out a strong appeal for vol- Orileers. Worked out In practice this, slznply' means that Canada v.-ould cease to seed adequate reinforcements for her. men overseas. The country which Sir Wilfrid himself proudly called a nation would quit In tbe war as far 33 Its further representation al Ihe front waa concerned. "The appeal for volunteers ivuuiu fall. A referendum would lake month? nnd In of the altitude o! Quebec )n all human probability would aii. :hsr. T.-Vjii Sir WlKrld lot" Vancouver Province The Vancouver I'rovlncc aayal "I( Sir fihouM hG sustained Jn (ho the military draft procecd- nga will stop where they arc, Not a rafted man will bo sent abroad. Mat- era will stand they are In respect o mlllfarf service until .parliament can be summoned, a refercrlum act passed and the vole There must be a new rcglslrallon, giving votes (o those naturalized persons, who ore exempted under the war fraDchlflovas Sir Wilfrid violently con demns their eiciualon. In the refer- endum campaign tho Influence of Sir Wilfrid wJU .bo egalrst. compulsion he condemn 3. If under the so clrcumilanccfl obllKat6ry flervlce should authorized, the proceedings would be rcBumed some time next year o? tho year where they left off on eleclton night. "Tho former, premier saya that the statements of (ho government ate 'alale commpnplaceft.' Oth- ers will say (he same thing.of bin own program on but lhal of Don't Take Risks II your stomach is strong, your liver active, and bow- els regular, take care to keep them so. These organs 4re important to your health. Keep them in ander with Beecham's Pills and avoid any risk of serious fflness. A dose or two as needed, will help the digestion, stimulate the bfle, end regulate the habits. Their timely use will save mucti needless suffering, fortify the system and Insure Good Health Ibli country ID Vlflns war against Ibe German government. Tlia discus- sions, which covered the military, nav- al anil economic activities to be em- ployed with due regard to rolallvo re- menl desires lo do tbclr part In the suppression of Prussian militarism and were eager to cooperate In every practical way to that end. U might bo added, however, that complete end sources and sillily, showed the samo i satisfactory understandings upon thi spirit of sincerity lind candor which characterized the negotlilloai resuli- Inr; la'tho exchange, of uotei. "At the present' tltue It Is luoxpr.d- leut to make public the ddtalls ot thcsa cnnvercatlonj, tral U'mar said that this government has ueeii gratified the assertions ot -Viscount Ishll and his colleagues that their govern- niatter of naval coopers HOD In Iht Pacific (or the purpose ot- attaining tho common object against Germany nud her allies have'been reached be- tween Iho representative ol the Im- perial Japanese uavy who Is attach- ed to the special mission o[ Japan and tho representatives of (ha United Stales navy." Success Depends Upon Your Co-operation only way Canada can. raise the money she needs to 'maintain her fighting forces, and to establish the credits 'required by Great Britain, in order that she may buy in Canada, is to borrow from the Canadian people. _' V That's why Canada expects everybody to buy yictp.ry' Bonds to the utmost limit of their Do your part vyhat-an easy part it is compared with what oiir fighting men are doing in countless deeds of valour, in feats of endurance that thrill the'world, in acts of'-self-sacrifice that will form an imperishable record in the annals of our country. The soldiers are fighting for must back them up with your money. Upon your enthusiastic co-operation depends the success of Canada's Victory Loan. i i Your money you buy Canada's Victory Bonds to be offered November 12 j "Canada's Victory Loan" I All About It i It the title of a pamphlet that In.the hands of every mah and woman in the country. Chairman, Southern Alberta Committee, Cafca'da's Victory Loan, V Calvary, Alta. i Kindly tend' to me a copy of pamphlet "Cinida's Victory AbouTtt, Name.. Street or 1 Mail this at once and get your copy P.O. L. of ,Canidi's Victory Committee in co-opmtioo with Minister of Fiiuuice '-.'of lie LVminJoB of ;