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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FOURTEEN TUP. T.FTimmpTK hAlT.T HKRAt.O SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 10, Hope of Early Ending Of War, Says. Bqnar Law Ixmrton. Nov. (he -Lord Mpjor's luiifguralion last nlshl, Mr. Law ssM: "The Germans .say to can win" only If they defeat Ibe French and Brit-sh arm.es vbl'ch sUucl alinvarl ihem and they are. further from that resnll lodiy lhan they ever hate been. 1 CJUDOI hold out any hope of au early end of this war, much as we should lite ii. "there is no short cut to prsre. There Is oolj- oue wiy 10 psire, the way over the liar-1 and rugged road to Tlctor_v. U tea question now of Lerye and staying power. All Ihe telllgerenl nations'are suiserius lie-j realh Ihe load. It Is a quesllou ot; vho Is going to fall. "I have faith ID the courage of our people nnd 1 have faith in ihe justice of qur cause. U is a struggle between Ihe.tree peoples ol mankind and tbe Ircii7 despotism of a war lord over tie soldiers'-ahd.tlie nallois behind Them. Ouj alileS know Ihey are flgttlns for Ihey tiey know their hearts vrill llteiu." fiart Curzon. member of Ille cabinet; in offering a (Mai to the al- that unless the spirit of Ger- man mllllarUm and arroeance was de- stroyed ihe' greatest disaster the had ever seen would folloiv. The speaker looked forward to a lluseian resurgent, reorganized and respired. Sir Eric Geddcs, speaking (or the "The naval service has uushakeii confidence that when the creit day comes, when we succeed in forcing the encojy lo liallle, H .Silll'find the royal navy equal to the occasion." He; said that toe submarine losses 'had.-been very heavy and that tlibacb they had been sleadily reduc- .edi'they were Ellll heavy. The sub- marine campaign had not been defeat- ed bill'was helng held BI pn-senU lu bis opinion it would he defeated. Tbe Earl of Derby, minister of war, declared himself to be an riplimisL He said, he did not mln'imlze Ihe danger of the present mom- ent.-bul Tliai the more reason countenance. The" country had been in many' a Camouflage tight place, but Ihb army and uav> can (all. Their morale, ho add- ed, was never biglier thau now. A, Lonj War London. XOT. Biroa Deresford. speaklae liero last nlsM staid thai he helleTed thai the war wculd be a long one. ihe don was serious in regirJ to Hussla and Italy, ihero wcs io need of pes- simism, he declared, because the posi- tion was not serious In the west, ivnere 'ire are going lo the war." The government, he asserted, should tell the people the truth and gsl rid ol ihe secrecy which so far has been a "feature ot proceedings. The sub- marine menace never would bring her knees, he concluded, nut the counlry would have difficulty In regard to their food in Ihe coming spring. (Hi O.C. I'la'.oou In the Louden, Slsr) word la ihe fla'ge." Bverybgyy" who'.' !iss Sleep da leave Id llliehly knows' what' canioii- Haea means. a seconJ-licuteu- Biit reryjts to Ihe. M.L.O. aud asks him what lime the leave boat goes. one of the most comftrtaBle parts at lce JQ ihe council chamber. 16 ship. 1 7ho work ol organizing has been This Is a form of camouflage. j going aloug with n vim awl snap Dusty has sone.li! for.another form assures SUCCMS In the effort Is now an acilns caplain. or ral- lo B0cure subscribers throughout lie her icilns O.C. Company, wlthont pay district tor a sis figure count. Mayor or thanks" as uo puts It, uphill Is president of {he general com- virtue ot Ms appointment he myleo anj chairman ct trie illowed lo wear three pips. Thus o[ acd is Vaacooyer. Nov. to Xovem- ber 1. there have besn lioos under the Miliiary Service 4H In Drilish'ColnmDla, S.972 claims lor ei- empllou and reports lor sef- 'vlce- Tbe first report from an ex- emption i tribunal to be received by the registrar comes from Cliilliwack. where the first application dealt with that ot- an agricultural laborer has been refused. The expected rush ot employers claiming for their employ- ee's has not materialized. The general hospital board has decided that it will nol apply for any exemptions for employees vrjio are in Class "A." The Wallace Shipbuilding com panics of Xorth Vancouver have made 22 claims for on the ground that shipbuilding is an 'industry ol vital Lmporian'ce the country. The Cacadiaa Pacific Rallwav has made claim for the exemption ol 250 men. .Registrar Lennle'announced thal.a Hindus'and'all naturalized Japanese coming ivithin Class 1, must register (Syrclal to'llie llcrel-J) iirt-lliuluary ar- e- over the. last top nud ilrlveu the enemies of pcaco to Tseuso that Ihey havo been' Iljbllns agslust In. vinclljle vilJk-rf wlio arc lighting with the coiifliicicc Uuotteu of right dciug with them) Vtaconver. SHOUT'S STRllilE j raver. saUl U btcn-lho shoftcst iirlke Vancoiver la InarW Ihe'moat Two wijunded lu Iho iiialled casually llsis The OUN_ V.VXl Invites You Of what real good to you to the eternal in' the torrid heat of sum- er anid cold! of winter? ya'catipn this winter in the will be the made. IJS' SEE AND ENJOY THE GREAT PACIFIC NORTHWEST ywoT-llHGtoN A yicatidn' this winter will be the invest- ment you ever made. There is no better way in wfciich_yoa can spend .your money., It give yxiiii inpre'vigor and vitality for tije work.that is .tipTconie." It will renew your heilth; It'will' kngtben, your life. cWnge in the altitude from the high levels 'to tHe tea level, from the har'd, to the temperate climate on' by.the japan Current, the .wititer through and m'itmitu tAili ncr aufrtmrtTMlinrr 1___L IrL-Lt A. he looks like a capialn wh'.cli is the essence of all (rue Poor old Darwin has been ID (ho gecera) tendency 1 camouflage- lie DOW wears band on his arni. and pretends belongs to the Urisade SUIT. Over The Place Isn I. In lha work Mr. A, Graham who acting as secretary. The lailks ol the I.O.D.E., Ihe pccas, tho Pythian Sisters anj the ruo Ulues are taking au active part nil the of ho a or has heeu 10 them lu the selccllou ot canvassers for (he city wblth tag But ,nee are only dea-ls in Vhal "ecu'divided Into districts iu uiu j xviu iu .1 Reiiaralft In tn is a comprehensive scheme- Ererj-- SENSATIONAL CASE lYtru-c Alt-erl. t-umk., tlob liua liteo created u( ihe loviu ot Wukawn, 00y ntllM so'jlli ot here MI the Q, T, 1'. Unt by 9 rjralnst (ironilneni vllLzeuj g< vcarual oC girl yeart'of provincial In tliiree of thd anil four inei tv uccu uri (Itlwus be btre (or (cry and went over a dralt It wounded, Ho funuerly HveO at the Y.M.C.A. hore. Gunner King's IaUi4r lives In Worchester, England. v Victor of BlRlrniort Is'ol5o Ills wife reildea [a Kdmoaton. y J alng ts camuurtage may not tell you ol the methods by a is made lo look like an or cooker look like a to work for subscriptions to the loan. The executive bivn been soiling lu touch with all outfldo (xttots antl cnui- uiUte.es will be In tho field at Coal Creek, Jlpsmer, Michel, N'alal, M; le use ot paint, coth. nd other properties cte Uaynes, -Waldo a different aspect, and FlagsKmc which will -work In unison with too Penile oranization unison with, too Penile organization Uul by subtle use ot paint, cloth. grass, wire war takes on a different aspect, things are not what they teem. does tho rage slop at iiiani- so that every liiari, wooian and child In mate objects. There are certain snip- Ihe territory will havo -opportun- ity or sub3crlblng to the loan which is lo furnish -the sinews ol war for the boys' in the trenches In; France. All indications point to the greatest nnd most successlul effort ever put forili br the people of 'this district to do their part in the great effort of all Canada-to keep in front of the pro; cession which Is to lead to ttnal 'vict- ory for the anus engaged m 'bringing a final and lasting peace to all the world, when the boys have finally ers who. clad ill we rid and wonderful garments ot protective colouring, roam about unsavoury localities in the daytime, merging themselves and their troubles into couutryslde. the surrounding For my slas I was given four such to control and filled them out elusive freeboolrcs train and having ivita special sights for their rifles, wonderful chameleon suits, reminis- cent in form o[ a Japanese warrior aboil aOO in genenal colour and' tone to tbe "sere and yellow I landed them on ari unsuspect- ing world. They disappeared iiito Xo Man's Land, and I heard .nothing of them for'awhile. Seen By The Senlry, About lunch'-Ume a sentrv beckoned me hastily. v "Somefin1 morin' 1 got my glases on to the periscope. Out In the grass was somcthicg creep ing. Very slowly it advanced a.yard, and then lay still. It was almost the SEtne colour as.the very hard lo follow, almost impossible to spot. I n-atrted for Eome but lhV figure "It's all right, sentry. -It's, one of the snipers: Harley, 1 espscl. He's ob- serving now. Keep your eye-on.hirh." I left the seDliy, but was re; "ThEre's two oC noV, Eirr.Anqt- t i hex of Ihe'blshie'rs Is cmwlin' abont." 1 looked agaiD. There was and this not one of: iny. There -waV some thing ,in .the. .cut- .the costume, and. .the coLpurliig-rt." Ibardly'know That, but whereas 'ca'mpufliEe Is decidedly. Cubist, the? newcomer ,bore iher sJgrig''ot the .Vpr- Itlcist school .in all Its'decadence.-' 1 knew it for a noche, "V'C- The Two After a" few tbe figure settled (lOTrn1 to observe in his turn not. tea yards away frtnia; Hariey, tnyown anlner.' For" close' on an hour ihe txro forms Intent OD his .own little business, each i upctrascionig of Ihe so times that'llpal gether. t I Ttieu I saw Ilarley hand'- ealthlly, and teel In the" folds' "of 3 werid fsrmenls. From soroD.hia- in pocket he brought, out-au'army...' scuit and began to.nibble.', The gentleman in-Ihe Vorlei style-- costume heart] the 'TPitn quick moTement I-JIO'L' 3 chamber oE on your dressing and every aorn-. log take a glass from thn bubbling uln of hexltbZ Nki rtiy'cl ,_ .clear comple: will surely "diilyuseof-AB NONE BETTER CHILDREN.____ pale, pcoplKrrSftjjCeBts Cough Nearly' Cone In 24 iioun But that wag Jiiiiit JU lllu wuifccu vjlttlt e sound of the home-made cougti will qaicMr it. is used IB more homca in Iho and e jumped wifh age flapping round d W3 rifle, round antl slonished. Doche 011 Ihe' point-of the wbone .ear-. sregard of, all' nij the art of slung Is .rifle over the tett shoulder, picked .3 the "uriconscfous1 odlly across the 'open Into'our- ench. _' I "Old Jerrj' inay bC'iblft'to' cambii-'1 ige.a' said: the ;aenlTy.V ''-'-'Is ouble Is' tKatv'e the ood old lUrley spat I'Betler snd for Ibe j. the tretchCT bearers an' VANCOUVER .UNIONIST-' Nov. Joopcr, In charge .of Shaughnegay MIDLiry. HoapJlal tpalght recDlved Uic In Jon la 1.'nomination f or, r Vancouver outh. He had Ihe ndOTAemcnt'of the wln-the-war league nd the war veterans, i ,0 The way it takes hold'of "an obstinnj couab, civinsf imTnpJiale nlicfi make vou icsrct that-yon nn it It U a truly .de rouph _rcmcdy tlhnl "fcHbnlrl .__ -_ A _ Jpjj, ._ liandj in every home, to pK'at eiffn of a couch, 'Any druyzist cad.eupplT.Jou irift ZVj ounces of 1'inox (50 Tour this into a IG-or.; boltla and fil the bottle with plain pruulatrd B-jii. The total coat is and jou hare 18 ounces of me effective rtmetjy votf tiukk, hitinc relief you' pet from excellent syrup .will '------1.' Ibe in that.Ime the annoy iri! this en jnrpriat., r- EJIDed HICW DTD DCS_____. air throat tickle, loosest the r_ foon rour 'couaK .Splendid inp counh and IfoircliUl'asthEa; f Pincx highly cbnccfilratcd .com- pound of Nonvay plna extract, and i fanoua ibc world'orer far 1U effect on the ttcmbranci To dfMptibltrtaftft Mk-'-KT "2'4 of Pinei" iriU fall dirw lions and don't accept of absolute MlUfactMm o inoacT promptly rcfdtided Ihia 'prcirirtr- it. JC6 T 4 Lolumbi ia and BiscvRecords lasEaaily.. Feel. at Home f- in the Columbia Salesroom Youwill the buying of a Graf- Facts about the wonderful degree driola a most enjoyable experience: i with which the because (the dealer's every 'en: "Grafonolas are deayor is to make you know the instrument.as'intimately 'and as thoroughly as he himself knows it.- 'Any Columbia dealer .feels qirite if you knew..alf about -He will put you in possession of the Columbia GrafonolaVou would facts you ought to'know.; Facls ;npt permit another day to V about of sounds v wtljOut haying one in yoUr-fii Facts that explain Columbia x' onpla'spurity of tone. FaCt's'about j. excl'isive Graforiola tone-leaves. j A cpnvenientmethodifor purchase Columbia Grafonolas are priced at to Columbia Company, Toronto THE KENNY AiLIN Next to Dallie P Ho rie Book'Storo E POLISHES BUCK-WHITE-TAN KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT t. CTDfilLCT CO. MMM LTB., CAN ;