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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE u-mmninr.Ff .n. MONDAY, N'OVKSlBl'll 12, 1917 delivered. Daily, delivered per year bymiiC I'-011 .Weekly, by nwU, per yw 'I-6e br oil ptr year to U.S.. Ji.OO QfBce............... 1551 Editorial Offlce W. A. Suchanin President and Managing Director Toiranco Cjslnesa Mam" of eiplry of flUDScripUoGS dallyon address Aceept- of papers attw expiration li authority lo THE PR03RESS OF THE WAR The Russian situation remains acute as ever. Hi-Premier Kerensky ls.-eadcaToring (o wlu the armies at the Jroni to hla support and there is evidence thai he Is attaining niea' sure bf-snccpES. It bo IE aole to reach Moscow "with a sctHclenl following he ntTaoubl would be able aialn to con- Irpl -the, sftuatiou. Tlc'.ortes both in Pales- tins and In Flanders bare been most cheering. Tne adrancc up tbe eoast pr lh.e Mediterranean is continuing. jn Flanders tic British have in new attacks sained depth of SOU yards on -i 2500 yard, front. In noi'lhern France -itjong attacks by ibe Germans were repulsed by the French. .On the Italian front Uie-'Auslro-Ger- man attack has been. checked once io'ore by lie Italians, wiln. Drillsh and French. laws are practically nonexistent In Great Urilslu. a small and comuact country, where the mass at the latlou are of one raca and one faith. Ol course we shall suc. laws should not ba Ihey lend lo serrate our people and perpetuate divisions that oushl not lo eiisl. TbU xlf-w has inucli to com. mend U. But U will generally accepted. Tfeera will come l-aif. let us hope, when our country will bo lo SullhS lual the dlrhllnj lines to wbko we have referred can be obi t- erated. It Is not litely, we feir, to come soon. H certainly has not yei COIU? Thero Is an unwritten law Ihst ihe Stu-aiers ol Ihe (wo Houses shall be changed wllh every Parliament, and that tte Speaker ol tae Senate oad ihe Speaker of the House ol Commons shall not be ol ibe ssme faith. It the Speaker of the Senate Is to be a Roman Catholic tho unwritten law requires thai the Speaker of the Hoosa ot Commons shall be a Protestant. And vice Tersa, Regard must be also at limes lo the respective! ol French and Kngllsfa in the filling of the two offices. Ridiculous rules, manr will say; but, rules ttoy arc which are-less likely to be set aside now Ihsn at any previous tlrae In the Dominion's history. These ere not unity making days. Tbe theory 'of the permanency of the Speabershlp seems nil rljht, but the Idea is not practicable. Sir Wilfrid Laurler, has 'in mini) the practice of the past years, when he declined to accept the proposal, decision iras not a reflection by any means upon Mr. Hbodes, for It Is kncA-n thai Sir (Vilfrld has a very high regard for-the retiring Speaker. ir Wilfrid's purpose was to respect he easterns of the pasfbecause they especfed ceriain mloorlties. Like the ournal'of Commerce we do not ap- reclate iho necessity for the prac- but ire can understand, thai ncc It haa been a nracllco lo place Ihe Speaker's chair men of a cer- aln race and a certain religion at iffereot limes ii Is difficult, yea, al- Impossible to break away from LESSONS OF THE MACLEOD CONVENTION two men who have been such bitter political opponents as Han Itlley Dr. Stenler, of High Hirer, who loil'ght the hardest fight of the p'ro- Tljiclal election a -lew short months can get, together, forget past dlf- L lerences1 and work for a common ejor- efnment there is reason the ppll- iical die-hards ol Ihe eld line parlies lo; CfHUider lhe_ sllusllpn. Mr. Rlley Stanley were an Inspiration .'i.l- (her Saturday-conTenUoa at 3iac: iebdl -'They.had snrik their past and tfiey' got behind noloa. That is one. 'ot; the best arguments ror( iha" new i] 'men ,can their old and ;L..cause .of-Ihe' Vari .there eno'ugh tial .lift main issue In this election.-is the arid the methods ifbe'used that Canada may not shirk b'eV whple7dnly. -.There aie thousands 1 of. Canada w'hcse ,r problems" are just ti divergent, is ever they were' liul now lined up behind Ihe new ualc-n government conTinced that the new wclprV war policy with which to aseel present eracrgency." .vTlial. Is, one_of the -lessons, of .lhe Macieod convention. The .other Is (baVlnA1 farmers are just ns Intereat ed; winning' the war first a.9 any- Ttiere'p .are "'some .'wte all lie farmers'think ,-these'days Is making money out of IbVrilgh prices for foodatufla. '.But Ike delegates at Ihe Macleod con- vintion showed that Ihey were be- h'ipd ihe union government policy tntl Hh'oy ihunghl good'strmlgtiUorwird larmet would bring lo Ihe housV In support, pi the lOTeramenl ..the f'Blren'gth and abjllty necessary .the policy through. And (n Mr. Shaw ttey mada a gopd choice. .RtASONS FOB REJECTIrTo R_ERMANENT 8PEAKERSHIP rejection o.l JJronosal ot a permanent speaker, -.may riot be understood by many peo- J5Je- JJ'o believe a permanent speaker iSjdesfrable anil especially when It ia oulaln BO competent as Hon. Rhodea HeVejer, there Is another vieivpolnl well to' prgsent. in an article Ihe Into the rait "tally. It'Eays; been made Hat th House 01 Comrnons adop ot treating -Ih of'SpejakeKas permanent one by com C. S. always wllllne to Ire a boost IQ a good thing. If you in your country nd its ..future Invest ia Victory ond. No. .1 subscription at Letbbridge lo he Victory LJai "was JS5.000. Thai's BOOd'sfaft. .e diatrict's Iirsi !the Victory Loan .73 rona American It pfovts that' oiir laruieri ndl.our forntjfjr Americao ier? In Bennelt linda Vatill goyemment- becansn It raan't cohsLJtalefl to] suit'him, Jl ulori" government was to fee f n the basis'of pleasing well 'U.youidn'i all. -'lira .oSiMjil. the Speaker at ifetfeniiii'iiluch respecte fcr'., boin" ijtti' tit House, be n Speaker House Tni Oppcjltlon lea I tfncur In. lie :j; "tit, be fceri 'ons. uhdef' whlcV tf ttt V-t: lawn I eople. Is dyfag hard Kill, some B.' Bennett Ja just like those Llb- so they aay, in unlo'n "gOTernmaal, but won't supporl BDrdeii. Crolliera n "IL IJnfob goVerament la created aut of anTipiomlse, U can nerer pra- Tlde an] entire' cabinet oE men that :oe atceptafele lo ererybodj1- No perfect pirly' goreromenl wai ended PICKED UP 1 PASSING fOK R--.V. Lee, a widely Xouwn rtsldfnt The llellovue hotel at Mission of the Manltou. Man., district. Is dead. U.C.. was deslrdyed by Aid. J. A. Austin, of Nelson. 'will j Uallimore school contest West Koa'lenay as a decided lo abolish the 'Study George V. UucS has betn Spencer Kerby.1 aoa ol llev. Dr. Mayor ol Uuffalo by a majority Toronto, lias been nwardM Ibe 15.000. u omen letter carriers made Joseph Marlln has consented appearance on the streets of aiauJ fur .lie Lnieml uouilnailou tu tou Koolpnay. Miss Jane Morgan, daughter ol A'. C.P-H- conauc- Morgau, was married at Kct) was" drownod cock Point. X.V.. to George at Pine late. Col. C. D. McPherson. M.P-P., T. real ejlate dealer Lakestdo, Man.. Is now In command is the Laurler candidate in South of the 31sl Alberta battalion at f i The strauif- .'.imes S. J. J. Anderson, manager cl the the' Detroit River Union Bnnk. Edmoriton. (or a number i a of years, has been made v manager at Dutch liner XJeu Amsleraam _ has been released Jiy tbe Slates, A Louisville. Kentucky, ordinance ouc round trip lo segregating colored clllcens has held Invalid by the U.S. Peuruyh'Bula Couimls- court. Is urging tho use of uasle lands the State iu a food c-onseyval.on Captain G. 1- Johnson, ver, pilot, has been awarded the D. for valuable services In U. S. Deparlrtien! of .Agricu .lon with submarines In. Ihe war lias Just launched a Ihtle ivnr ol own lo flzlerminale" the rat so The first deliveries on Ihe as possible. dian Government railway car recently placed with the 6QO young Aioericsn? livlcs Car and Foundry Co- will be Vancouver hare registered for mili- wllhln the nfrxl two weeks. service in their nai'VD country liie American consul A Weniworth' County farmer V notified Branttord police -unionist candidate in Vancou- his son, ageu 31, who was Centre is H. H. Stevens ejc-M.P.. enVlsL hafl. lell his home and he in Uurrerd. Vancoivverl, H. not know his Win. Farnham, harrisler, of vllle yefiUrday from heart failure. Deceased was well .tjiiown in the Counly ol Hastings. v __ Claiming Uial the .Sailors' Toy Com- pauy, 'ol Hoboken, is .a German ernment concern, .formed to interne! sailors, M. J. .Slout, of. ton, reluied to pay for goods receiv-' Word has been received in Hamilton that Trooper Harry Brown, ujiilcrsigncrt the Canadian Mounted Rifles, >Scc. X ii awarded 'the Victoria Cross', hut did not live to weir It' n- Jto irace bas yet been lound Duncan Boomer, aged. '31', 'i- AT i n deaf. .who) j A i the residenle bl bis Icther, In f" ham townghlp JIO. M. Scully, Kitchener's' cliy audii-or, has forwarded. Mayor .Cross as .of iae criticisms fiffered by Chief -Justice Sir William Mulock In connection' with" the defalcations at the' water 1 black" mare, 10 rears old, 9 years old, in foal, 1400 Ibs.; 1 Jba.; 1 bay "years. old, 150 HOQ Ibs.; rblack'uiare, 3 3 gejdlngs, -yeara old; 3 colt, 6 month a old J-l. bar colt, 4 1000 Iba, 1 f-JAr That Frances -McMackeri, '6t- iiey who died in llie'llotej red coiv, 4 -yoars old; 1 sjw sor, October- 16 to old; l_sleer coming 2 year death from the effects of an spring calves. performed upon her Dr. A. Trltch, of Detroit, wag CASH rendered by B coroner's Jury. FLOOD, Owner r'our submarine chasere, ed at lake jMJfta, and ed S. C. 329, HO, Hi; passed Sarnla pn ninlo tn tho A 1 Ian 1 If mm OF ERNIE Trouble Over Union I'an- lionwll Most I Jkety RIao (Siwtel 10 Ilie IKtald) Is'ov. of B def- ialte: character transpired'at Krldny night's meetlnK ot tie Keraie Liberal Assoclutlon. which hail been railed tu discuss thD policy of uniting with the Conservatives In tho L'ranbrooK con- vention called for .Wednesday. A good turn-out resulted from the rail much discussion was Indulged In but no Instructions or rosulullous wero passevl and Ihe seven delegates miJ their allcrnateii ara golug lo Cran. brook nieetlug with open minds so far aft coalescing with the tivcs Is The delegation Is as follows: A. president oC the loco) us- s'oclrtlon. Dlcken. E. K: Stewart. G. B- Thompson. II. E. Douglas, ind Ur. Sdumons. allernstes, K. C. Ln'A'e, JBi'ksoii, J. L. Gates, James McLean, G. Johusou, Kd. UrooXes auO J. McLaren. Tucre Is a feeling that 111 ere Is an injustice being worked In (he Kool- enaya, by tho nomination ol H. (jreeit at Nelson as the Unionist can- didate for West Koutcnay. and Ihe Inslsteuce upon Ihe part of Con- servatives that Dr. Bonnell, a leading Conservative, the union ean- dictate In Kast Kooteiiay. Dr. Bonnell Is by far the uiost man to be nominated at Cranbrook'on either as a union canilld- ufe or as a Conscrratlre union, inde- pendent of Ihe action of the Liberals. Ills Is Iha In connection honor, 'excepting that of U. G. Parsons of Golden, whose name appears In a message from Cranbrook to tho Calgary Herald of the 9th. ts Meantime the Independent labor meu are busy and a large delegation weut up io io present tbo ronvenUou whlth uiel on llio, ilh und IS nomination Thomas of llislrlcl is. U, Jl. W. of A." Dn-lnj-to some disposition of a' vr. two from the west eui Insist upou a wetting tH'.'cwnbrook, tliolr wishes" were oitl'by to solo Iraubrooi slight doubl.of-lliefe-helps any In Ihe candldalp. of tha labor men- Mr, Ulggs Iv.so. vldelji' and well known throughout Ibe coal rulu'iug dlslrlcl, and Ibe great pwiwnJersnce o{ Hi this part b! Ihe dlalrltt as compar. cd lu Ihe HorVers In auy local, lly, tbal his friends Ihlnk. It would bn folly to cuinge Ihe raiidldkte; in fact, (bore aeeiDs no disposition to oiukQ auy change now; lhat the campaign has been Ibuni-hed and It Is pretty well known as to who the opposlllou eauuldAtes are lo be.: At any rate there is..to be an osllog flgbt In the East Kuolcnay rlil- Inf. aod my Judgucnt as lo who will be the niemkeHor house, wouli] be pfeutaturc, 14th O'CLOCK FREE LUNCH AT NOON 8, SPENCER, Auclioncer B- 1, 20 lee't in length anfl carrying a cren- men, plso. en route to Ihe coast. The award- ol ?57S.655.98 -damages which Mr. Justice Morrison awarded to .McIIwee end Sons; tnnnel "Contrac. tors or Denver, in Ihelr Ihe (trra'of Vnd sUirart, hua been upheld in a decision'by the Carditon, Nov. canvassers o.r the .Victory Loan ID Ihe dlflorenl pblllni nbdlvljlona ot Ihe Oardaton dljtrlci hare .been diclded ipon-y.vThey will- be- called '.logether B ioGnM w. o. wltll MaJ. court f.ppeals. Mr. Justice Galagh- er dissented. Trie, suit arose out i of a cancelled contract of tbe pioneer and ceatral heading 1 In connecllon wlln the nillel bore at Rogers Pass on (he cttoln line of the C.P.H. mmm- flf Unreserved SALE fnttant' pljpepsln" r EKdrVour Triublec Wonder what upsel which of, Me food did (he dam> sc-mo youf don'l'. bother. II, your Is In. revolt; -If 'sour, i gaiiy ftnd.-upstt, and you has fermented Inlo stubborn f'i-.Vsid. 'dizzy and'aches; btlch and eniciate undfge.9- ate l.lttla Dlapejaln However, there clfllma tor consider or (Mbuntt which tai-lA'lljtt iiilnnles.ytfii.wo'nder-'wb'al the iDdlgesJlon ,aqd'_dls- women loilay loliare a bar! A litllo occasion- TO VlSJf THE U. 9 IxAulollf'IfaV.. ..ciHrfespdhdenl 6f the Ohjerver 5Sly .Sir. Alhcrl stanl. jrwfrleiit-; t ol lracle lhe tlnlteil StaleVTii'a stiidia cjitaclly In connection with th, std Ihay eat Ihelr favorite food; without If your stomach dpegnl fake care of your.liberal rebeilfon; j If youf fopi) lt_i dalnage Inslcad ot a lielpy.remember.the ilulcVcat, most" liarmlew'. relle'f, Jj j'a'pe'a rjla- [rcpsln rhlcli fifty cents for dlgeili w f trV The Obnerver ha. hal ll .M'onlJWng.. rioasn, J, rl H rnm .jSpfe? 4 vv FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS At the ii'iiles south east of Towiiship 5, Kge. 20, Sec. NOVEMBER 13th AT-TWELVE O'CLOCK BHARP.' HOUSES: 1 malched learn ot black marcB, 1 year, weight 3000; 1 matched team or groy mares, 7 anil 8 years, weight 2800; 1 matched team ol grey raarce, 3 2SOO; 1 matched team ol hay mares, 5.arid 7 yearjj; matched team of grey mares, 4 years', tvcleht rnnlched team of bay mareg, 7 antl S years, welsht bay years, weight 3600; 1 5 years, weight 1 bay mars, weight 1300; 1 chestnut S years, .Telghl'lSOO; 1 matched team bornes, 4 years, weight 2SGO; 1 matched learn'bay marej, c.aad 7 years, wcEgbl 2GOO; J- mare, 7 years, .weight 1 grey mare, g years, weight 17.HO; 1 roin mare, V rears, weight 1.100; 1 matched loam roan gcln- Ings, yearn, weiEhl 2SOO; J -bay mars, 4 years, vt-clghl 1 saddle, mare, 4 1100. .The nbore are all broke loavorh, mares h'ave.heVn all lirecl loja'llcglslcrefi i'crchoron welshing sjliout 13.00 mares, greya and blacks, rising .1, yeahi; 10 geldlnfcs, rising 3 jca'rsii'S mares, rising 2 years; S gcldlngi, rlilng 2 ynnra; H lu'ctllng colla, marca and geldings. This Is one of Ilia best lot ol'mares erid eeldlnga [hat has been offered In Alberta for some time, A epod [ot (o pick From, f Reglateredi Percheron .Stallion, Thcdus No, (M6) (0 old. Dappled This stallion waVtired by_aro of Ific world'a cHamplon itallloni. 1 -grey msre, 6 years, weleht HOO CATTLE; STljiigh'sVifile Shorthorn Durham cows from 3 to r, years old. All bred lo bull; 10 fat Btcers, 3 old, HOO 3 years old, ail breil; 12 alecfB, rising 2 ycaraj wclner.calves, heifers nnd.stccra; ,2 high grade Durham rising 2 yiara; iRecjIstered Durham Bull, rising i yeara, -These 'tie' of citrajireedlng, A good bunch to pick from. slock.ti KM, In, A'l .condition, hinder; 1 2Z-wlicel-iniVface pack- tr; I Jiibvyer; 1 McOornilcti disc drill; 1 Ijny rake; 2 seia'ttjool'.t'rda llkrrowsj z Imperial gang 1 breaker budonl; rllse harrows'; 1 Canlon dlsft Jiafron; 1 walking plough; 1 funning-mill; 1 lumber wagon; 1 160- hushel lark, nearly n'ftjiil.Sludcbjker v.agonsaiid lank; f biimllc. anrl reck; 1 light pair olbobflclfils; 1 ilcraocrol selB of double team wllb 4 sets learn harness; i ,et Ilglil-Vrbnb'li hnrrlaiJ! 4 saddle; about 12 boric collars, long fcrJiij'nmi "oilier jirllflw 16o numcroui in atw.fcarrqw'rarl. EVERYTHINO AdTfc'AS THE 'fROPRIETOR HAS I RENTED HIS FABOf OWlNO tO.ILL HEALTH Afl HE 13 DOING V UTAH., KESLER, Proprietor TERMS CASh: J. A. BMITH Safe LANTERNS; COLD eaili' WHILE THEY LAST HAYR HARDWARE CO, Victor Record-- .'A.-'wonderful, bewitching "I TKreer or. the tone reproducing 'MOST PERFECT REPHODUCTION. ,THE MOST RENOWNED ARTISTS. _ THE SMOOTHEST, MOST EFFICIENT NEEb POINT..( THE GREATEST LIBRARY OF MUSIC. Martin, many" mort '-r'.GrJeat Operatic .atan s? and aurtly' you must confidante In Th.err Abll- ily to Judge: You will find It lake advanLajt ol-our. plan. MASON RISPH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S, L. MeQUIHE, Cferk COMMENCING'AT'ONE O'CLOCK OnWednesiday, i IV- OF LANP Tlic're arc 1S5'acres of this bud nearly temly1 tor crop .arid nlioiil'''400' n'crcs niore can lie broke. Ooon farin'janii, good noTcr fnlllne Bprlng.: Seren-romn hoiWeJ'. Ui'edl -and Blables fornlock. All lenceil ami erbsn rehced, Klv'o (jot vein of yooil school on.nlace. A good mlxeil farming worlh acre, lint will Bell (or can le'L.Weet ijio 'if, Mils Tann cml gel alnrlr.il In malf.ng money by buying little money and lei ihe crop pay tor the rest.....', y Eaiy: each, ualarice In crop payments; 6 per cent. InU'rell.5 per .'cent, off for all caih paid i farm Tools and Machinery ALSO SOME ,STOCK J I i chcslniif Balding, 5 yenr.1 old. welghl buy gelding, i-yesrs wclglit ali'onl -1 eilra'guoil-rhllcii cow.-.C years 2. l..rjew llaln -ijagpn, with flew ,16-16; 1'gooil sel ha 2 vvlrt utrctciicrp; 2 grflln dtonpsj.S 1 good-fi-iiolf llouseliolcl gooils and oilier arilelcsr TERMS CASH FBEE LUNCH >t NOON. EVERYBODY COME, WIFt I" CHAS. Fi JOHN C. ;