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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TENT THE DAILT HERALD NOVEMBER 7, 11117 IE Take Several On Front of Nine Miles London, IJritish have raptured ihe of Gaza, In Piiles Hie war office announces. Ttic llrlllsli hava made ati advance of a carrying the TurUsti sj-slem of on this icglcn' and capturing two tovvns in addlUou to Gaza. The DCW Dritish offpiislve lei I'alesUne. which Is beiug prosecuted vigorously tbat ihe oppressive hcat'of the GUtumbr seafou IODEET causes Inactivity, is being developed nlong a froiu the MtditerraneaD coast. Gaza ia thirty luiles uorth ol the Egyptian border, near the coast. It is 30 nJlca of Beersheba the British a few days ago. fifty miles southwest of Jerus aleui. Nov. prelimin- ary parUameut tooight voted 1o "worfe In coii'.acl viih ihe goverDmciit" Vn response to I'remler Kerensty's ap- peal for a vote o! The resolution, whlih. origluated the Lwi. by voie of 12S to 102, with 26 members abstaining from voting, A resolution offered by the Centre, railing for the suppression of the Bol- and a full vote of confidence aileO lo R vole. LIBERAL CANDIDATE I Quebec, Nov. Ijpoin former fJl.P." for Kaniaiiraska. chosen Liberal candidate Jn that rid- ing today: The choice unanl- inous. Charles. A. Gauvrcau, former for Temiscouia, has been ur.anL- niously chosen Liberal candidate lor Hut constituency. mm IN m IN OHIO IB FAR Cincinnati. Ohio., Nov. on- y 429 precincts to near Ironi the anll- rohluillon forces maintained n' lead al uoou. today on dcLall [le- ;res reported [rota all the counties n Ohio except Harrison county, llar- Ison county >ier-.l an estimate (bit tue ouiily would' go dry by 2.500 votes. but Ihts estimate was not included in ha precinct figures which gave, from precincts out ol In Ohio, or, prohibition 171.5S1: ajalnst 47S.- 354.: STAKE Y. M. and Y. L. M. I. ASSOCIATION Are Holding a nt Rnyniond, in the Opera House llull A Chicken Will be held during and after the dance, the proceed! of which will Red'Crom toc'lety. SOOD ORCHB8TBA IN .ATTENDANCE EVERVBODY INVITED The Real "War Bread" must contain .the entire wheat the white flour' center biit every particle of gluten and mineral the outer bran coat that is so useful in keeping the bowels healthy and active. Shredded Wheat Biftcnit is the real "war bread" because it is 100 per cent, whole wheat prepared in a digestible form. Contains no yeast, baking powder, seasoning, or chemi- cals of any kind: Food con- servation begins with Shred- ded Wheat Biscuit for break- fast and ends with Shredded Wheat Biscuit for supper. Delicious wi th si iced bananas, berries, or other fruits. Made in Canada. London, NOT. 7. Lively Interest was evoked in lie publication today ol a book entitled "Lloyd George and War." The author styles himself an Inde- pendent Liberal, and gives a fascinat- es account ot the crisis last Decent oer resulting in the Jail ot the As- qulth Coalition Ministry 'and thc.sub- etitutlon of Lloyd Georgfa as Premier. According ID this anonymous su- thor tbe gentleman who bad most to no with these. eVenls was Sir ".Max AltVen (now Lord cle- acribedhere as a rich Canadian news paper proprietor, "with the secret ol Jenonal who brought LToyd George, Bonar Law and Carson together. There were "breakfasts, dinners, suppers and numerous con- clafes, with Ailten as go-between and Intelligence officer." ''Regarding the description of Ailken SLI. a newspaper proprietor, it IB gener- ally understood he once had a large Interett In the' Globe, an ereolng pa- per Tjabifahcd: here. ''.XqV he] has an Eiriresj, a bait .ii-i penny" morning -paper: LETTSR CARRIERS HAVE rrtt MOMENT v tlN" THE STOMACH ALL', pisriiiu f ptrt; bftd atoffifcch In 4cm'', mdl- __dyspevftft, bMitbvn and LBU hi (Tfi. Pttpe'i Wfcjrepiin -the Ottawa, NOT. ot a reaolu lion which was moved al a meeting ol local letter, carrier a' association demanding tbe-goyemmeal re- fund (a each ,bl ua OUT rellremenl fond allowance ntlch has been kepi from our wages, and 'that the govern men I cease, making ileducllon la our salaries until.such Lime as a-sub- sJanLlal increase Is vjlll be Border, Hon. C. J Dobeftjr. acting jw 3 [master general, the federated leUer carriers' aeaocia 'lion of'Canada and Messrs. Frlpp am ChaboL, ihe local federal members, world." If ftlii jw ferinentj! rtlfefcorn [belch gu sow, vcdlfestea food and 'a-.-tOKfut your Iniidtt fill- ,wtU Wte Ifldlewtlble wmrte rt- moment "Pkpe'i DUpep-, in contact wilt (Ac rtom- dfclreiB It'i marreloui, ud joy ti iti hirmlewDeM. A tarie HHr-MnL oaie oC Pipe's DU-, i kimdKd'dolhtn'. vorth if sztbfecttcm drucrtet ipiuiii jwi your mouy back. i.K'i -worth mteM In men :voBeii who can't.-cei ihefr 'atom-; EULOGIZE LAURIER Cornwall, NOT. il a meet Ing of Liberals In. tbe town hall here last 'nlgb'L, preliralnarj- to the organl zallon' ol a Toiing Liberal Club, Si Wilfrid Laurter was eulogized by a] the Including U-Blsrs Evan turel, M.L.A., for Prescolt vaA Colone arid'O. 1. Gage, the Lib fral candidate Ih-SI6rmor_t, In the las Dominion election. Sir Wilfrid's man Testp and his general policy receive the e'ndorsi Uon ;o( all. Gage on was In the fight an wdutd "pin hfaNfaith lo, (he old man, meaning 'Sir Wild-Id Laurier, even oae in the constltu your andy, regulated. It beldoci ibould alwaj'i tek MM if A tick, s or night. .It't thu and "moat harmleis In ike xorliJ.V-id. I YM Cef BeHcr Cottah by Making at Home ft 1! fcr ,fi cwl, mite. rfallf fcnow a You sire M compiled with kind, and you will _ jnore effective remedy In every It onrconjes -ILc coyphe t'-or-ohett cofds in 24 l tvm-wuooping cough quickly mslx3 I50 any pood drug Etfire, bottle and fill Ton bave 15 j the fcBoat. effective voner can1 etaU n he. werii the oolr ehcjr to do go.1 The Liberal convention Trill be hoi neitrSalurdajr.wh-4 the candldatur of a win tie wa be endorsed or a atralgh Laurlsr ruin fjroujb't oilt, the Utte being advocated by Mr- Bfanlurel. -f Ihn .larflaj? cough in MB, FRANK M. KEEFER, K.C, formerly of Port Arthur, and more re 01 ThorolJ, Ont., has acceple Hon. Mr. Hannn's Invitation to come legtl adrtscr to the KM.I t-uiuG iirgiai ciuYi3cr I 'Ticca irlttbut galary. giving his J. P. Moore, former member of ill Londoii'Doan] of Conirol ami Conservative ttic most Kn lite unlorlst Domination tot ays Liberals and Conservatives Are Gelling Together in Fine Style ffi THE DANGER OF STANDING OUT TOO LONG The Ice Man will eet you don't watch out. Ottawa. XOY. J. A. Caliler. Inlster of iuiiulgratlou and eoloniza- on who has ueen In the west, Ipok- E after Ibc orgaoizalion of union ivcrnmcnt forces arrived in the ean- al this morning. To a representative Ibe Canadian Press ei- recscd hlnm'lf as uelng well satis- ed with recent developments west of e Great Lakes. Spcaktnj more, par- cularly of the situation In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and British Columbia. Mr. Caldcr stated Liberal ami Conservative supuorters have shown a real "get logetuer" spirit-! Union goveruiuent'orticers had heen cstah- [the consciousness of the hair) and scalp swcci and sanitary, brings a feeling of comforiinrf I self assurance''" 1 Applications lie belter Soil Everywhere j SPECIAL AGENTS, J. D. Hlginbotham 4 Co., Ltd. Dshe4 lo Vancouver. Regina and Win- nipeg and but little difficulty .ivas be- In? experienced lu agreeing on can ill- dates. Questioned as lo tho number of op- position canditlntes likely to lake the field, Mr. Caltler salil he could not undertake to make a dciutlc state- ment, f "IL Is quite Imjiosalble." lie said, "lo I predict what win happen between now and nomination day. From pres- out Indications, bovvercr, I do not Iblnk that tho opponents ot union ROTcrnmcnL are-likely to carry more Hi an "ten or twelve seats in the four iveatern provlncea." .Mr. return west In a Tow days. As a Refreshing Beverage, at any time ENO'S FRUIT SALT' IT contains cleansing ami1 A simulating elements of ripe (ruit juices. In {eyers, biliousrteji and sick headache, ihe soolriincr, purifjing and action of Eho'i .his a particularly re- freshing and iavigora- ling elect. A favorable reputation for nearly 40 years hai :giincd [or Eno's a :'wide recognition among druggud and I. C ENO. Tra S.i VT.U- iirf.-i.Ea. Self Affnltffrfi'crih Af.tnct; HAROLD F. rirrCHIE CO.. Lknd Military 1917 The attention of Employers is ;cklled to, the ,of the under The Military Service Act, 1917, and The War Measures fAct, 1914, affects .tiiem. .EMPLOYER TAKING EMPLOYEE. KMPLOYINQ MEN WHO ARE IN DfcFAOLT. i Every ernployer, and every person behalf of any employer, who or attempts or offers to stijndate.wiUi any. employee orroth'er person for any reduction of an em- ployee's salary or wages, or. for the alteration of any otlier term or con- dition of his employment, in coruid-- eiation of the or rcfrainirig from exercising his right tof 'claim wemption from military 3er-. vice on behalf of any employee, or who alters or .attempts or offerKOr proposes'to of the conditionstof employment affecting such employee by exercising or refraining fronj eter- .cising or by authorizing or suggesting '.the exercise or abstention from exer- "cising of his right to claim exemption from military service on behalf of any employee; shall be guilty of ahbffencey summary by fine or imprisonment, or both, in the discretion of the convicting magis- trate; the f ie to be not less than one" hundred- dollars and not rnore than one thousand dollars, and prisonmeot not to exceed six months. Every person shall be guilty of an. amj on summary con- viction to o penalty of not less .than, fifty dollars, and of not more than five hundred dollars, who, after the expiry of the time within which a man is by i proclamation or regulation required to report in accordance with section 4 of the Act or lo for exemption, or engages Irt his service, or continues in his for a period of seven days, eny man who belongs to dais or sub-class which hai been EMPLOYER called out, and who has not reporie'd as required by section 4 of the Act, or in respect of whom an application "for not been made, unless such person prove that, having made due inquiry, he believed upon reasonable grounds that the man so employed, engaged or continued in his service did not belong to any class or sub-class callecl out, or that he had reported or had at the time a certi- ficate, or that an application for ex-. i emption by "or in respect the man was at thi time pending. (a) It shall be the duly of every. ENQUlRlls. is empty" to make t .inquiries forthwith' after the issue of''., any proclamation calling out men for military service under the Act any, and, if any, which of [his env-' j ployees are within the class class called out by such and, forthwith after thi expiry of the lime limited by the proclamation for' reporting for service or claiming ex- to inquire and ascertain' whether there are any, and if any, which of the men in his employ so .called out who have failed to report or.- apply for exemption from service, of. in respect of whom an application for; exemption from service has not been" 'made. -VAkwif'4' Cb) It shall be.the duty every, r n. employee to answer any questions that shall be put to him by his employer, and to give any information which his employer may require of him for the purpose of enabling the 'mployer I to comply with the imposed Upon himby tiaioctioo. REPORT TO (c) Every employer shall, forthwiUi after expiry of faK so limited by any such proclamation, report to tfie Minister (of according to the best of his knowledge, information V andbelief.thcnamesandaddressMand the whereabouts at the timepf all em- ployees in his-jService'called cut by any such proclamation who have foiled to report or apply for exemption from service. PENALTY. And any person who is an employes who refuses, neglects or fails to coin- ply of the requirements imposed upon him by this sectiori si be guiltyof an offence and liable; eprmction, to'a pen: ally not exceeding, as to each em- ployee in respect of fwhom he has so refused, neglected or failed to complyj i one hundred dollars and not less' than fifty dollars, or to imprisonrnentifor'a term not exceeding, three months, oc to both fine and imprisonment in .the 'discretion of the convicting 'trate. Every person who .employs or tains in.his service any man who has deserted, or who is absent without kave, from the Canadian expedition- ary force, shall be guilty of an offence, punishable on Eummary conviction by imprisonment not exceeding sis rnontha.'oriby'a penalty of not-less one and of not more tjiarf five hundred dollars, mles; such person prbve that he Was not no Reasonable ground ,.fo.suspect, man so employed 6t. retained1 in was a serter or absent from the force with- 'cut leave. V-'i Under tho pj-oelamatiort issued on the 13th of October, 1917, the last day for members of Class One under the Act to report or claim exemption is for members of Class One under the Act to report or claim exi Wll. .i II t< Issued bf The Military Service Council ;