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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR me LKTHBRIDCiE DAILY AVEDNKSn'AY, NOVKMHWl V.'niif ID: ptnditurc, denying tbe, report It j was bis Intention to stop uublic works ,fe DCCZUd lia Canada, but polnled out Ibut nil un- aei-essarj- work will bo slopped Blbcrtn LV AND WEEK Lt Bsilr, delivered, per 18 Dtlly. delivered per 15.00 null. per year Weekly, by loaiL per mr Jl-M will until the end of tbe "I ddu't care bow wo retrench ID olher I public services.1' be exclaimed, "we canoo' retrench on tue Canada needs a lot of plain siwaV- Ine and Mewburn and Carvell will be backed up by every true Canadian us their efforts to administer their de- by tan, per rear to VS.. JS.QO economically ami effective- !y. Canada Tracts eniclont service and men o' tie type of Mewburu and Car- 1131 veil seem determined to provide It. Moro power lo them. Sir Robert Bor: illljdeu, we are conSdenl. vrill back them believe the Jrime minister i iud his colleagues are lu genuine ear- create an all round determination to __ __.'give Canada a genuine clean up that fcnca oj papers after, expiration date j will enable na (o put nil our resources TELEPHONES BOMOMJ Offlce........... Editorial Offics..... W. A. BiKbaun Dates cl dally our to con'Jnua __. ccrlptloii. THE fROGBESS OF THE WAP. -Tho'Italla.n from Hie Tajlia- bas l.ed, laitfce rate af scrore pressure ol- Ulv-'TCTloo'c- forces; but iriih safety, and: the; main Italian srcjy Is still i effectively at the service of wmr -lining. The OriUIa Packet advises Its con- stituents 10 sel In iralnlne to say, pass the cleo." Probably to 417 irill bo greatest ef- The Ortllla ipacVrf remarks: -The encii G? .renewed, spirit, and confident '.hat tho eiimy ad- >'Ence_can be "tjcfove It cccom- plisi'is lu rsil "disaster to Italy. Gen Cadorha bas a new military tone of paerations from'' t'ne and 'of Venice to the .north-wetl TTontino front. agfilnsl temptation be might some nay have risen lo be an Mederic Martin bbunes cinscjip'.toii upon the Freemasons. "Wby nol Ibe Oddlellowi, or the Jloose, or tbe For- esters or .the Pylhians? Certainly no- j body can blame It on SIfderic. All he responsible for la the mtsgorern: mum A. B. LMVCC. large Rector Inducted- UP and Freucb are sustain-j Montreal.' their operations in Flanders and I __._____ Franco further sains bave been j since Alberta's new provincial sec-. retarr has lo fljht a byteliction and may need' some money for election a libel action ajalnst, the Qrilila, OhL, PackeJ, on of UNION MINISTERS ilEAN BUSINESS The Liberals who wenl into a uc- Ipirsoveninient. with Sir Robert Bor- 'diii ef Ins bead of it, are not swal- ipwiDg all tbe misdeeds of tho' late I government-. While Sir Robert is at-tb'e head of tbe-new'goTernment bas a pcrfect-rigUtlto be treated us a new government, Gen. .Mewbuni, the new minister of mililia, spoke very plainly'at. a V In -T. Ho did not hesitate lo condemn cerlatn acts 111 Ibe war ministration of his cMspr. -He believed limt "grave mlsr jatesihad made way pt quent ..scheme of; raising force 'for was "wrong" in concept opinion." that" he found the "mi'iilsir.-conilitlbn deplorable cnUilelicale slate." face, conditions they( dEcUred, dec. Mewbuni; "I am not Supporting either Eorden or Laurier, -'-_ want fcdiy: is Action, and .we're -going lo bate IL Public opln- Ipa you make it." :t j At -very rieelhg, Hon.' Frank .CaV.-ell alto spoke, and be talked business, loo. -The despatch about' the convention bad this tbe most enthusiastic and re- of the con- yenllonicimB at the night jaeeUng, Carvell suddenly ed'up'anQ'.wheelinE hpdn tbe minister ot'rniVitia, who was sitting at his eilaimed, "I yon there are men provi'DCe wearing the.king's' uni- form .who never left'Canada and .who Aevfif.'intended' lo leave Canada; ,who arc ecorraoos sums, friUD .tbe >.V gbycrnmentvand salaries a'od sepafa- -lion allpwa.ntea' for which" they" give 'return. Some "of these the Alberta gojernmenl Is GeorsB ler SmUJo. .Ahotner case of Tlslllng tbe! Ihe Jatbera oa'lhe chil- drei Can anybody imagtei a Peter Smjth heading Ttctoriooi army, or even cuttih'g a dfjilDguisbeiA Bgnre in 'lie polttlei of AIMr- bias: Jfnrpby emphatically declared UiatVar or no war, be would Lawler, no metier 'what policy" Ibe Liberal chiet Sd. real, old-lime par-, tlsinship. 11 Sir WiitrVI told him to SQ would cber- j One. redeemingL featsrc the C.N'.R- arbttralron 19 that the award can't be hitter titn ten millioni. It Is P..' H; olfered to take over tie CJJ-S.' with'ajl its oblijalJOBS and pay-.flftMn miltiarLS in casli. Tbe (nrset- that Cflmmisslbn selj no. may be a necessity, but their places f-'. iSould'i bo and should be taken by re-. soldiers." J-V'l see thai tbe condition of affairs .i..: Eoraewhal similar up here.1' {P.cnewed and conllnned S '.nlend to fnrnlsb Gen. Jlewburn with a'list of these men from my pr0-" ask that the-change be made." (Another bunt; of cheering i which lasted for several f jl.Oeneral Mewburn's frank iittVrance to .conclude without healla- -Bon thai the trouble eilsling In Xew Brunswick will be cleaned up, and nof Brunswick, all over Wewbiirn talks like a rasa means all that be says, and Car. Is. certainly a man of lhat type. meeting Mr. Cnrvcl! also n'otlce upon wcaltb and upon Another year ol war nldltlonal account of tbe following vttenmce: 'Tie" eJ new member (From- Oar o-.._ Tabw, Kov. moralag, Mr. Albro B. Danfortb, a re- specied, rltlian llvini 19 miles soutn- town, pasted after a pro- longed illness. Tho deceased was.70 yetn ot and leaves behind a wife and children. The funeral seri'Ice Kas held Sonday afternoon lu Knox church, and was largely atlended by townspeople as well as those from Ibe couulry. Mr. Bastedo. inanaeer of the Bank ot Hamilton, his teen transferred to tbe managership ol the branch In Fort William, Onl, and took bis departure with his family for their new borne on Saturday afternoon. The presence of a large number of citliens it tbe sta- tion to bid them farewell lesUOed lo the bltn regard lu which they were held In Taber, and'the regret their departure, ilr. Jonnsione, of Mllford, succeeds Mr. Baeledo as local manager of the. Bank ot Tho Infection of tbo Rev. Freder- ick Taylor as rector ot St. Theodore's church look place on Thursday even- Ing, tie Her. Canon Murrell-Wrlgbl ot l.ethbrldge, officiating. Aller the .ser- vice tlie congregation adjourned lo '.he local community hall where a so- eta! time was spent and refreshments served. A'rally ot all. the 'teen age boyi of the town intending lo go lo the boys' conference in Lelhbridce was held In he borne of Mr. Todd on.Thursday evening. Tbe meeting was addressed by Kalph Waddinstoa, Harold Hijln- botham and J. BjWHSle, all of Loti- on tbe aimf of tbe.conference, and how to Eel Ibe most out ofiit. It s likely that Taber will be represent- ed by 1! or 15 of Its finest and'bulki- est boys. Some of the witches that were out or frolic last Wednesday .night let be air out of the tires ot a number of autos slandlnz ia front ol Dr. Ham- man's, where a large ballowe'en party wac held. There...was, some pumping and graanTbe wben'the Irlck discovered In tbe wee sma' houra. was di The -Berlin, Nov. bas been tbe most week since; the founding of Ibe. said llerr Erzbsrger itffi'recilal of Ihe'.lnclnenta leading, tij the sblutjpn ol'lhe fecenl crisis. nchlsvements rcpre'sqnt'i 'permanent political gain for Uie German people. In view of the tJdpber" happenings the ma- jority were coBTlnced of the hapeleisntsa ,of ".permitting vthe old pfevaU. Through Ihe chief of the drjl cabinet thoir Imparted their convlctlpna !o tbe 'croWn, urging the imtMratlve' uKi of i co-ordinate co- hesive eorernmsbtaj pollcr In foreign banEpnlous goyernpien'tal collabbratlpn'wlth .the relcnslat, during the at leasL" EribeijerUioii told hair Count Ybh'fiwiirD'g reservtd hfa" to Mvld'ntean an additional ftrTdpayuaent of pension1 .l.b'lr dependents. "Wi accept.the unlit he had conferred Ibe- party leader. VQn tbe advice ;of "the latter the eniperor's olio for separating the chinceltSrtblp and the presidency ai PnjBlan mlnlstrr, he had dropped. Foreign Mlnltter VcrruKMbtaana also parKclpated n rectorship of twelve years. a regftrueu '-aa -LUC probault: cbolcB for the unionist-nomination for Condon: ,j; .East Pelftrboro Liberals nominated SVm. -H, Johnston, aifarmer, of Bel- as a straight' candidate. He said ho favored jpbeylns the con- scription law. Thomas Daud, of Pictpn, arrested In a vagrant, was caught trying to beat his. brains out against Ibe walls cell vrbile awaiting his Piclon. Y ___ L Ben Tillet, labor an-independent defeated Sir Charles Mallet, Vpalltion candi- date. In a -bye-election" for parliament beld'at North SaUotdi. Eng. majority was Tillet is orous supporter of Lloyd Harris, president orthe sell was toe choice ot Brantfcrd Liberals at a con- vention Saturday. He will accept if Ibe parties do not agree upon a fusion candidate. Mr. Harris on Friday .was named to represent tbo imperial mnnl- tloaa board at GETS THE D. S. 0. Vancouver, Nov. lias been received that B. L. Johnson, a. Vancouver pilot, bas been awarded the Distinguished ScrvfCG Order for services In. connection with sub- marines In Ihe war -'zone.' Captain Jobnaon.was formerly In the service of the Canada Steamship company." OVERSTAYED LEAVE Winnipeg, Nov. Charclte, the .returned soldier who was nomi- nated the Jju'rier-Llberals in Springfield, has been under" detention by since Sal-, urday for. statins over bts Ieave.Vft is cUlrawlrhowever, that owing to'h'tS been recq'ni- meiadedjfo'r 'n jlscbarje.' but tbaMi> 13 In'-the army ow'lrij to the; fact.that his releaes hau.-not yel been .cffecleO. J] In THE GARAGE FOR THE SCIIOOLHOUSE -X..J 'TOliYOTJRHOiME LARGE VARIETY ON HAND. BE SURE AND GET PRICES. HAYR HARDWARE CO. iferni St THE HOME OF THE VICTROUA Most; of Your Have UNDENIABLY THE MOST FASCINATING' OF ALL ENTERTAINERS. WHY NOT SPEN THIS WONDER. FUL AVENUE .OF ENJOYMENT AND EDUCATION IN YOUR HOME. Come Your Victrola Today THEY'RE PRICED TO BUT .THIS DOES NOT: JUIEAN' THAT AN IMMEDIATE EXPENblTlj'RE OF TH'E.FUL'L AMOUNT, is' NECES; EASV, PAY-AS-Y.qU.Eri- JOY PLAN'TAKES CARE OF THAT. BALMOHAtv BUOCKJ v. ijj't S., Lpj .lit Dikors in both Winnipeg and L-on- don the latter gathering coinprlslns more than n hundred I rariotis part at advocated tolng W per cent, oat flour In bread, thus" sav- ing millions of bushels "of. wheat an- nually for the allies'. _ i Conservation of fuel was strongly urged hy the Branllord Board of Edu- cation when the attention tho prin- cipals of the various schools of the-, eltr vis called to. the husbanding the coal supply-- A war bonua of per month.-was granted to the .lanltors of the' citV> Schools. H. Sleacy, wlio was chief chaplain overseas and has now relumed, Is spoken. of prominent- 1> aa tue unionist candidate In Carle- ton county. He Is the pastor of the church at and 'high In the Orange order. GOOD. STOCK AND NO. 1 C.G.OIander -II MU--'-'. ij IRTE4NTH VT..H. ,l fc THIS IS "BESSIE No. MONTHS OLD, ONE OF THE LOT TO BE SOLD IN I I '.THE SALE. T1 TWO Car Loads of' FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE FAKMUR.S' FEED WARN, THURSDAY, A O'CLOCK In lot will be heifers from 20 tc 30 reds and roane, two or three bulls arid will Incfurfa several of tha noted Scottish families, acch as the.MlniiJrCltmentlnaB, Village Girls, Martha, La'n. otters and Clarets. "X ALL HAVE BISttN IJHEl) TO THE KITT NO. 107fl'13, IJULL. S. PAISLEY, tadornbe, 'TERMS CASH Tlic ear of Lincoln JJniiis iliat rcaclicd on l-'rulay lasf were 1 all Vhe rtay (hty Mipiily car if IMeaiMdvifcC, V- -V X H; PATRICK MR. J, H, WILL BE AT THE L'ETHihlOQE, UNTIL AFTER ripv. ;