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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FplM TUB LIiTHnnjnG.E. DAILY IIERALf) FRIDAY, XOVKM.BKK 9, 1917 Uecalb Siberia TELEPHONES once Editorial.Gfflce vy. A. Buchanan President aad MaaBElnt John this advance work for the beaeBt ot tho country's young mannood. It has entailed enormous amount o( work upon the different coiuujlltefs. Let: ters liavo bws written Iho Ihous- anda.. Much personal-work .has been Jone by tho different and the prospects of a larga uttend- anco Is bright. The leadership conference beglnnlas supper at 6.30 this evening, will be continued tomorrow." and tie first boys' session will be tomorrow ulsht li Is only far sighted, unselfish ChrU- llsji people tbal can appreciate the i wonJsrful possibilities o( n work lito J ibe C. S. E. T.. and mar the boys who i are our guests during Ibis week end Ifflpfesslon? that will make !brui the strong men tbal the prompt ers of the convention are ansious that Dates or -Jiplrr of sutstriptloca ap- _____ dallT oa address label. nca of paper, atler eiplritloa dst. Is lutiorliy to mntlauo NEEDLESS. The ualoa government Is up and do- inK i'nt ttew minister o! public THE PROGRESS i works Is curtailing eipeuuT OF THE WAR lures. lie believes In. conserving our Russian internal h.lve financial resources aud In order to no rapidl? come to a crisis. Ths sorern-jit he. finds Ibal It is nol io merit has been seized to the Maiimal-j spend a lot ol money Just now on cer- ists, wing of IhP people geuettvll-i lain public worlis. qcVnowledged on Ihe outslilo to In of Mr. tirveils''action Is-strongly np- VimHJerinan'lnflu'ations. and an. iru- j proved, by; the -Financial. Post. It mediate peace Is lo be. arranged, ac-jsayM to their program. Preuileri The action which the new Minister li believed 13 nave lc-ft the' of '.fuMtc. Work j has tftkeii.ln'ib capital. i Tho rffett of Ihii ilimai iiill un- doubtedly be serlons for the allies, but as the Ijnndon papira point out It can have but litlle Imraedlale effect npon tlie war as ihe Russians were practic- ally ;out of the contest for tbe past eflveral months. .The offensive of the Teutons on the Italian front procedes. bat the Halj. Izns have taken up strong defences. anit British and French are moving up !o the front to (heir aM. OTVn'oni EoVbrament activities on pub- lic underlakUijs Is ins! Thai many of cipecled ol F. B. vell. Thai such arilon ia taken In tbe 'ace-ot HU .dpproachlDg election is :yplcal of a man who would rather scrra the public than play politics. It Is only to be regretted such action not laien lonj ago. The Finan- cial Post has Men advocating the cot- tins oH ol all but vitally necessary es- pendltures ever since lie outbreak of Ihe Mr. Carvell eipects that his action will win him unpopularity. If II does REFUSED TO PLAY NATIONAL ANTHEM The true to tie Kaiser German- ft enemy- country lie Is brazen as tjrafs. The famous Boston' Symphony Orcheilra liai a German conductor named .Muck aid In IraleU abound Bepnbllc it would nol play the "Star SpangieS .Banner1' becmdfe the Gerr nitn As war feellns taken of tfi'a imtelqn tai the with tlncllon because the public'became antagonistic. Kpw lha Ctnnmn-leadj ?er has resigned. _ it an American, had 'J'ECtett like Kart Muck Itt Germany he would hare been ,'4iwill anil shol.fulX birtSK betwiea PICED TT Jl FOR THE' BUSY MA ft Slore than-ono foot ol has lalltc In Torcuplno dlttrtct. The union of Newfoundland with Australia bis decided to take other referendum oa conscription. Stops are being takcu to Increase Canada is said to be more und more wheat uiovenient to the lake front. likely as a result of the war. D. A. Carey, labor Strict Instructions have been given g ,h hl3 opelie the, military police Windsor ferry dock to prevent Uetroltert suiugjllnK candidate In. d his cam- sugar out ot Canada. While pllj-lns about lhe old canal Walter, eldest son ot Norman C. and MM. '1'oaccy ot Port Dalhousie. In and was drowned. The freight per ton on a shipment of coal received ft Cobourg by boat Tho Branttdird board ot war bonus ot monthly 1 Janitors. Ihe past Jl-10. Several years ago It was only Iwenly cents. The Workers of the .World with hand. or brain, in doors or out doors, under aU and in grid, in Stiredded outspokou IB hli dppteftion to placlus tiler tbe uulou'iil on Sal- a lu tho field, lie dls- urday.. Tali was lost by Iilg major- agreed entirely with tho I'lstrorm of lly. Iho nouiurllzan leneue, although a I A resolution was passed idopllnn Any lulelllecnt iuan i kuow uou parlliau platform as adopted tho non-partfzan. losgde thd cpnrcnllon of Uow HLvcr. A ba'but rpr union government resolution to lay IhU on Iho table was of Mayor-elect John llylam of evcrv York. Issued a slateuieul to Hie nomqs try effeol that ho Is loyal to his Hag and country. Felerboro closed a three days' can- vass for '.he Canadian Hed Cross. peal ot Judgo McLeore. against the city o( SasKatoon In an action for JiO.WO damafes for breach of con- tract. T6e local goTernment board of SIE- katchewan refused tbo city ot Saskatoon permission to use surplus earning derived from tbe sluilng fund. the capture of. Niblsniuk al' Tbapiin anil tbe cuaslne over tbe In tbe sarpatsloK Its objective ol m ino ap ed. th8 sum of "pHe.4 alt .-'the inaterial :.fpr liealtliy'tissue and good food tliat nburishes' every -organ of the body and keeps the bow- els healthy'and oneuniversal.cefeal food that breakfast Canadian day in, the year j It'is ready-cooked and ready-tomcat. For break- fast or cream, .for any meal with fruits. Made in. Canada. on the table of most uid fie IhoKBbl the ihbuld give L rallil Ms promlKiL Seconl; he had a' Hush Mclnlosh of Macleod. also I iarse .family of thoroughbred lilddles supported these Ideas aud charged Uiat he coutd not'cart down lo Ot- -Vr.Weir wllli Iryliig In railroad res-, uwa anj be thouibt olutloua tnrousb. the convention. This' tLere wero belter men to be called made Mr. Weir hot and ho Jumped up the, accusaliou. The other uamei.wero then pul lo A r.esolutlop was then moved by Mr.la ballot with the result that Mr. llar- Mclutoob ucohded by Mr. UarretU Ehall scured-a majority and his nom- inal candidate bo nominated, until Inatloii was boundary of anolher ot autonio blla- bandits. It Is'belleve'd Ih'nt the two ZiDiJ which have -operal- Macleod Non-Partizans Nominate S. T. Marshall tSpeciai to iiersid! in-ns a Farming end a farmers' JIai-lcod Nor T. :Marshal; ot would represent their Siavely Is Ihe candidate ot-tbe iiou- v'ws and therefore represent partlian league for Ihe federal riding i-lcws o the erealer part of I of MaclcoJ t the intorests of tho dlsirlct best lean, responded to the call lor I three others 'proposed. The conveu- the ad Liberty w.r loan bv Un m.dejho one point and.tbat was to win tho war Her great objection to the union gov however, was (hat the.Lib Inc in southweslern bare been broken up. Amerl secom scribing il an orereub- i Mr. Marshall is a prominent scrlpllon of H per cent, ot tlw lhe Stavely district. OOO.WO asked, and only j' All not harmony at the con- ........____ than lha (S.OM.OOO.OCO mailmuni renllon by any means. TUo non-par-1 anij conservatlTOS merely seem Amusements were made by lhe tljan. league, appears lo ba [hiding It lo bi plavlng a game of checkers 1 difficult to Mil a clear courae just as 0( ...you take (els and I'll lako Sergt. Charelt, the returned sol- other political parties arc doing. vvas Sh6wn in the arrange it will beef that quality which should of tho Laulrer There "were several speakers at the: mt.nt ot 5eats in Alborla amongsi Iberals la Springfield, Man., who convention yesterday, indeed, who at detention by .the military solutely opposed the Idr-a of placln AjWORD OF TEACHERS welcomes Macleod and tetflSrlige wflp'arfe in sesstou j .are .welcome not only betaluM younl y'oang women ,tfey. are'enEaeed. In mouldiee lo a .jtiVal degree the ronng.llTes of the 'giineraUon which lu a will the dutlfs 31' cUiiuihlp' shapo the destinies of a They could be engaged in no jiisbler .work are ik'holesome reaped of the' whole Conl-, 'liwiiity. arc entitled t" .would feel .jusllGed Ja in. the prtltessloa. Tho ilndersUnQs-Lhat the teachers' pension Is lo be aired at Ihl9 conveatlon, and we s'lncaely hopie that are acmclhiiiK more than anytnlnj Iliat his ret .been-noted. 'But If the Immediate re- inlls .are nol wholly .wo would say to the .members ol the, pro- fession: Keep hammering away, keep agitating, and the public It hour.! to wake In time lo a reallzatloh ot the just cause of the teachers In this respecU. not influence men IQ public position. And we pudlct that before Canada Ms finally solred her problems ot war firtance the people irlll be brought lo appreciate the wisdom of the course tia Is taking. The progress of lha wir makes il morii and more evident (bit Cabida will not only bare to finance. own to the end but will hue 16'8n- ancB-prderj pliced her-J by Brilaln'a'nd lhe which we miist.fill to maintain pur owa InaostrUl'. petlly and to tnlfll rar dily IriHhe greal.cause. To do so eferr'daHiF, mujt b9 lo produc- llre ends and governments and indlrl- (luals win noli have to underslaad Ibis'hi way which yet they are only beflnninit to appreciate. X Let) us nope; thmi Mr. Carrell's. pol- icy oC riot slop in tie department of Public Itltt wefl to keep.Iif niind der Ue. pnrUMmiyilem oi-'cpy. rmmnt I jru uied to aapply the cheer (or the a here and a pMt- ifftce' Ihereymany times uu- u' a .snpposed'TOte gaTemnient of the.old ype woBW not reniedled tbe evil but nod-puty rorernmenl enEages It to cut out the. sore and i which lo pay the fine. 'I'll not give boar to pay, nlfiatrmU. Not a .solitary application for ex- mptlon nude -Thursday uetore he thrM tribunals. silling In Moose aw. The boards commenced sltllnx L the adTertlied places and time, Q-Q" iut. not ona bl" the lip men who IT B regtaUftd for eiemp'.Ion' ap bMonVUie. WELCOME TO THE BOYS OF THE 'TEEN AGE people's money tor er ;purposes. Buy Victory bond. Victory bonds are silver bulleti Gel youra- If e hate a Knight for the .the, 191S Btampede, we'l hare a Day It'i all in the family. Ths ippelntment of Mr. Ad. P. Da ii stampMe nunner esaires the sue cese .of feature. He. Is rlgh at (a tie Ni TelefTUi tit IlBlonlib haTea't a set But Iheit Is .nothing It not-senwtSonal. a Victory, bond on th Inetalmebt 'plan, nnd they're a lo Mfer the jots used to pu: chase on' the plan dorlnK 'Ui real eslMe boom. ____ _ uUtorltles tor baring oTerslayed his a cadtdate In the Held. The leader ol and will j this element was II. Shields, of jsfacleod, who considered It the duty them. Mr. Border! had. been asked lo glvo consideration to the non-parllzan lei gufi In forming a union government but had replied that ho could not glrc lo this element, Mrs has been liberated granted hli dUMbarge. :o! ihe non-parUzan league, as such, lo lu 1U1I Harrr Gomberg, propristor ol the support to the full the union govern-! llcKlnnoy said they wore nol wishint a talking.. machine it can be equipped to play Pathe records. -Call on any of the dealers mentioned below and how you also may enjoy Pathe records. -SEE THE-., i.' NEW PERIOD DESIGNS PATHEPHONE-J In addition lo Ike ficrc Uimlrnlcd. WJilch li Kom.dml yarn" period OHt.'tclli ft H7S.M, raltie- are mode, in oiler beavtlfuHiriaroitoM motlcli, Includln? nil Itif most fanioui In ontt ranpi'ny in price from to 1335.00. R. J. WHITLA I CO.) LTD., HULL BLOCK BROS. HOMt FURNISHERS LIVE AOENTS Progrtitlvt MercKinli; wrlttng on their letter hud will receive a Mnfldentril booklet on ihe potilblllllet of i pjthe Afen'ey. i ;