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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta rt men on the fighting -Iron, Have i ev is lis dcnlly been In the thick o: the I Mctulloush McClll. et lho est "Known son o! George 3 Arthur Fortes, one o! the tirsl ley. of is listed today men to enlist from tethbrldge, Is re-, having gissed. having died of wounds flt John Ounlop, son ot Peter Dun October 30. He received o[ Lctijurldge, is also wounds in the left arm. shoulder End liip His Forbes, is an casualty llsls 'conlaln the -.of the city ___j Viardlc, son ot Mayor Hardle, only recentlj- relumed lo :Le fronl after cdnfalc'sclus from a Is reported is been gas poisoned on Noyc-mber and is now in the hospital: Itis father received word thfs morning. Sertit. John B. Murray, Eon of >lrs-. Avc. S.. Is reported today to be suffering from pulsonlng. Hurray enlisted with Lelh- bridge's! llrst battery. He gassed, on November S. Pte. Albert Rosaine, son of H. Ro- talne, North Letlibrldge, is reported -as wounded In Uie lefi leg. Pte. Ho- Ealno ehlisted with Ihe I.elhbndge Highlanders. He was wouudea on Oc .tob'er 2S. Pte. John Field, who Is with a Rifles unit. Is also reporleit as wouridcd in ihe right arm and haad He was wounded on October 30th. Pte. Field formerly clerked 'al ft.- Dras Co. His a brother or Mrs. .TJnsworlb, 2nd Are. S., and a broiher of George Field. Alfred E. Bartlttt, another of Ihe fighting Barllelt liih.B list, being reported as suffering from a fractured skull received accldental- gunner Bob RcCulloiigh, who enlist- UlaD, T.UI-U-. Mvitle Geslason lives there. Corp Stewart' Olll, .who enllsle with LelhbrldseV first .battery, anion- the wounded.- He iras we known in'th'c city. JHs mother UT at iGliisgawi' S.foAlonJ. THE DAILT 'i we going lo excuseyour lo ilhem when (Soy leglesiy arm- Mess and return at all) kuowlugrlliat It was that we failed dur boys al tho front. That.the boy's very fatker re- fiteed for IT to Ihoso sous of ours aud Ihoso brotkers ot ours who are in Kranco that could possibly be nulrtd'EO thai they may do their work well; n> '-hit ihoy may a credit to AmilTku soldiers; so that they may able to sax dldu'l, you why did you slop or other limeu lui V" make Ulm another Tilicll lo ahoot or another bayoneQla Defend or refuse-J lo load auiouut ot rCllliltru 4U IkKlu food'supplies thai he.'could be fed or refuse lo build shlpt to that I the food and clotjiliii, comforts, .even _j" the aiiriiliSi medical siiuplles mUjat be carried to mid, from him across Iba sea. What are you any In cuci "It Germany wins the war, lUls i beaten UF lo our 'Knees. of HheumsUsm.-ScMla Chronic'llee'J Constipation and" a.-livcs" his givci uifi. IJv.1 its cause j as aen F cuci if she beats u.s to our knees, how do .-Lumbi-o, wo know that Uelglum will ssnssas 'Trull- healing organs, powerai on-the elinll louts' up and Uvigor- iles Ihe whole syafeml V MONDAY. XQVEMBER it, 1917 when. I was suffering and hungry, oh, why didn't you helujner" BALLANTYNE HAS OPENED CAMPAIGN HOME '.REMEDY -FOR dUcpsec, and nervous dis- orders. Successful for 25 years. Lit erature'.on'reottesl, Doiilulon.Block, Leth- V 171-0 Mohtreal. Nov. Hon. C. C. lantync, minister of marina aud fisli- wle's. held au organliatiou meeting for his campaign Saturday night. lu tk'a coarse of au address he said he thought Sir Wilfrid laurlcr bad. made II wiii'M no a mistake In not accepting Sir Rober kuoV ba-1 Borders Invitaiolu lo lorn a coall cause we do know. It will be no lime .Hon government then lo say '1 wish I had donejilftcr-1 priced alsaDUol.itmeut lu Sir II GU.N'SMlTrlV t. LOCKSMITHS-Cui. barrels" stralcW'eied, BOUS ed, 'gun "work by a gunsmith, .keys locks repaired, bicycles, any light machinery repaired, lawn uiowera MacionaU. Indian Paono 1032, 412 4lh Ave.'sr DR. W. Accoucher. "Hours p.m. Office 911 Th'lrd Avenue. Phoue uousij.phom' 1350. BUS. CONNOR, McNALW 109 .Block. Telephones: Olflce Residence C19. OKlca lioura: Jl lo 18 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30; 7 lo S p.m. URS. DEVEBBR, CAMPBELL, HOY t Hoyal llauk- Bulldlng. Office hours: 1 16 3 alter- noons; 7 to S evenings. Phone 605. Residence phones: Dr. Campbell 135S; Dr. Roy Dr. Cratt 1203 because II will be loo late. Spirit. ,J "May we not hop9 that a national splrll may here. May'we not (bat aiciessase which will frtd's manifesto. Jle was confident Ibal the. majorliy o( Ihe people or Can- ada regretled tho sland (he Liberal leader had taken. Hon. Mr. llallan- said that while no Laurler can- the American people our and last, but 'not lejsl lo the German emperor.' -Aud; '1 Vant lo you so far as we have" gone, .Ihe answer is very iee'lhiof.the kaiser, saying lo him. mm at.............--------- that this Is a'-democracv, ihat iuarch-1 Ihere would bo one a id.ho an Iclpated in- shoulder (6 shoulder In France la'la stiff fight- He claimed mat no nan I the rtcirbian iVlne poor man. every-1 Joined. Ihe union government iron) striving to the common end-vie-1 patriotic motives and he urged th.e lo I tbrv fo- denidcracv aud self govern- need of relnforceinenls for lha Lan "sure that wi'have I adliras al Ihe trout. -.PIANO .TUNING__ O. 11. CHIPI'S, KXl'EHT Player-Mano and- Organ Kepalrer; :yoars' lion- o'vra OertUlcate.M.T.'Aisn.. London, England. References. lo the leading tnuslcliiisl.ol Phone H6S 1S5S tlh ATe.-Av'Sjuth. lili Eye, Nose ana Throat; 115 Sherlock Uldg. Olllco hours ap. poliiluienl. Phones: Olffce 311; HCB- Idence. 693. THE LETHBIHDGR VULCANIZING Worki; undertake'all tiro repairing. All Freight paid Srd.Ave. S-, 3 'Soy'al .Banks, 13S-0 DR. P. TUI.LER, PHYSICIAN aud Surgeon. Office Sheijiiard Block opposite Slarland Theatre, roonia C to 4. Office -hours: -11 to 1! a.m.; 1.30 lo 3.30 p.m. and-7 (o S.SO p.m. Phones: Offlco Residence 420, StU St Unreserved they were in of. Russii; wouu.ded. .._..-- Pte. Stephen Mitche.. another Kiltie, is also reported toda; ns wounded. His father Is Stephen Thomas Slitchell of Hardlevllle. Outside Casualties Southern Alberta casualties today include: C. U. Uall. Cardston. wound- ed L: Curlis. Sunny Slope, wounded. ties in-Italy; they w'ere in the'cham ber of deputies of France....They, had Greece by the throat and If such lsvtho why shouM they'not be In our own legislative bodies, sUte i own jefiisiiiiii G uvuica, and municipal. -And It there, wounded, why "nol are] Gunner W." Harvey.. Klpp, killed going to know, he..wonMell-i Victor V, Simpson, Fishburn, I us. We can only.judge by his actions unu- n-iui serlohsly 111. Sapper Charles Rich- ards, Blainu'ore. wounded. Pte. Patrick Robertson. Macleod, wounded. Pte. John Thomas Weoster, Fernle. wound and how he approaches. _lhls- great problem of "It matters not.what a inan claims ns a reason tor Justifying the. holding Pte. C. H. D- Stephen, Macleod, of our vlf activities. "..We must wounded. Pte- Charles Frederick j 5lanlj 0nvTesults for, Sweellove, TahCr. .wounded.- Sweetlove was a member of the r, any man or any ties. E. It. Cherry, wounded. 'Corp Goinj, wounded. MoULtain I Tfhe Eleetioii Cainpaign MontreaJ, NOT. It WTIS announc- ed at Liberal headquartei this morn- Inr tnat Hon Sidnev Ft ber wonld ppose Hon C O Ballantjne, In f SL Lawreic'e diTisioS. P i v Chirterm Nora rated 'i-'1 Braoplon OnL Nov I7 Sam Char- ters Was Saturday cndbr ed as-candi] dale for P.eel counly fo federal hpuse'-bV a mass meeting consisting in-the ovenrhelmlnff majority of. Con- servatives. but lo -.which Uhe. Liberals baa Deed invited though they declln lated to'oppose F. MacL n ooiili York. J. J- Vick will- against Sir fidwafd Kemp, minister of militia overseis, in Candidature -Port Nov. la- bor ijirty has called a meeting tor. this evenlnj to nominate a candidate, liitut. Wilson, ed to Uta part i To Oppoo Toromlo Nor a meeting ot IS" Independent party on -Sat y "of men who assume to set In w'gv of o[ winning the war democracy, 'civilization and jmanity Is on the side brCJefmany gnnllc'ss of what bis plah ol reason- g Under German, Bute. 'Do you .imagine 'Under German -ule you could possibly have.lhd rights ou. demdcrmcy? any man who, nas ;'cpme'- from ermany. Ask he'lefj. (Jerr any. He will tell you tbVahiw.erjif e is honest. We cannot argie among urselres as to the right wiong f this principle and' that-, prinjilple nd. if >e trying 'Uiiailttfv ur aiid-pnr "pock. Ibooks at Ihe'eipense of oar natlopa the likely choice. 'Cartetcn 'County Nor- 15.i-1George E- Kldd, a well known Ottawa barrister, has an noiinced that he will be a candidate fo the- for -Carletoi helc Later Hears Great Speech; on Wa Boffalo T Nov an President AyA. linflon nf the uweal to all imencan workmen-to chamter of-Somnierce today welcome place their full and unrtlv ded force i the American Federation of Labor the fighting, men at Ihe front aUrriDg iriclure ot what .labor IT expect if Germany wins Ihe war. me American vi opening of Its'convention here. SALE Of Farm Stock and Implements On Tuesdair, November 20th .SUPPLIES_____ BUlLDlXfJ 'i iltme.. plaster, roofing, plalo aud window ..jiass.-.autoraobllq wlud- 'Vshleld's'.. Th'e'..w'eslern' Supply t 'Equipment Lid., Fourlh Strecl Soulli' "Phone lOJC Dox 258. 10S-0 ONE MILE WEST OF tOALDALE THE FOLLOWING HORSES' 1 black mare, 5 yekrs old, 1500 Ibs.; 1 eorrel 5 years 1500 Ibs.; 1 8 Vears old, 1600 Ibs 1 grey ..mare, S years old. 1COO Ibi.; 1 hay mare, 7 years old, 1100 1 Black mare'colt, 1 year marts and geldings, from j lo.J years'old; weights from to HOO Ibs. 'CATTLE: B cows milling. 3 id S yeirs old, bred to Shorthorn bull- 2 heifers, rising 2 years old; 3 heifer calves; IShorthora Durham ewe S.ciisi' -3 ''years old, .duo to be fresn shortly- S cftws, from 3 to'.T.yeirs old and due lo be fresh in Jlarch and April. cows are'of tae daip- lype.ahd are good ones; 1 elfera" 'CLEANING AND .DYEING IX Our n'rocess DENTAL r D1L M- J. OIDSON-DENT1ST GRAD- uato of Hoyal College of Denial Sur. Toronto and holder.ot.s'Dom- lulon Ccrllllcalo., Olflce: roonia 5-G iVyan lllock. Plipnc 1071. DR. (SUC- cessor to Drs. Graduate ot Uulvcrslly of Maryland. P.ooma S-0 Macdonald llloct. Phono. 11C5, LethhrMEe, Alia. DHS. MARI1S AND iats. Successors to and; JkClure. Hours 9 to'5. Olficp: Hlg-j 'Inbothain nlock. Phone 37J. J lurnea oui.- 'afentlon Is glvon" orders. 6th Phone 1812. Pressing, He- -.-pairing and'alfcrallons.well done .at for ami dellv'er giodt. Street South '.j 9.R1----Jl and April. cows are'o ae ap- ype.a are g heifer, rising- three ycars'oid; 2 rising 2 years' heifer calves; 3 calves; liull, '3 years old; 1 Hol.Etdn bull, rising IMPLEMENTS: 1 2. mowers; 1 ha'y. rake; 1 double jlisc in ani'ont throw; 1 lumber boi; 1' rack'; r''sel of iron hjrrowi; 1'aet of team planter Emerson skaye: Al the Proppietor haa purehaxd a farm'ln B.C. everything will be ,C- K. 'al dlr'etlbr. and licensed, embalmer, hearses Par- -lors, Court House. Of Ice phono 1116. DH. E. li. member of- Royal College of Sur-; gC3ns. Llcentlale Royal Col-j leeo of Physicians (London) Hoars 0-12; 1-5. Olflce 6-S Hlg- Inbolhnm Phono 1C1C. i DH. T. W.. nto Norlh Denial Unlvcra.] Ity, Chicago. Office phone idcncc phone 152. Offices: Union' Building.______ -153-0 DPT "a H! Graduato Chicago College of Den- tal '-Surgery.' Offices, Shepherd Block, opposite '-Slarhnd Theatre.. Phono 7SO. Residence ph'ono 397. 'TERMS CA L CKlOFF, Owner. 'Auetionter CHIROPRACTORS SMITH 'SMITH) sick nod June you are sick; anh.want to regain .taka: spinal' adjustments and get -woll..' Office 111 resIdencersOS 7th Aye. VS..I t'obposlle Model' Dakery, to 6, 7 to' 3.' l'h'6ne: 1617. t-X- PHONE' 1050 P. King's MHO LIVEN AND STAND COUNTRY TRIPS THE ARCADE 'A former Tabor leader himself, who has .Veen first hand In Europe how] troops'-'In. of .'France give1 their for niiight when workers al 'home disputes instead of putting all tneirlenergj-'lnlo fceep> ilrigjlhe men Supplied, Mr. I Landon appealed io all labor" to sink everything in a Iremendons effort to do Its.part to '''Pre'lideDt declared Mr. said we are fighting a war for democracy. We are nol only for democracy, hut 2Qth Gentupy 'With I Showers' Auto Livery Day and Night S-n Stand at White Lun 1127 1 n9 of'mziny ai-ljtlitlc Overcoat models shown m J ehops IARMJ.ANDS i Of Hodton 9 Bar Comj-inj Mi >Bd Edmonton Laol CITY AND FARM MORTGAGEE war for Industrial freed-'111 and aell protection.' "A victory for Germany .would mean slayery for'lhe American people for generations to cone and the people, who work will be the greatest suffer- "I spent the summer of 1316 and In France and I was dolnf what I f could to help them In Ihelr'effoha lo Increase Ihe efficiency of their In- dustries so- that, they conjd hold back the German'army'and -possib- ly deteat.thenv Eulaid wa< In a very was when the Princ- ess Patricia Canadian regiment waa literally Cut'.tp pieces. You know they weijt In a fall regiment of 2400 and came out less than ISO'men and eight officers and most of them wounded. I was talking to a young'Canadian officer from Montreal who aid to Be' n ealuman and therefore t worker In clni lite told m'e that they had run out of ammunition, that Ihe artillery nad ruu out Of shells and thai they hid lo trawl out on their bellies, leaving approilrnately 2300'men be- hind, dead and missing. Thes even l'witnessed one of their officers cru- i clfled fetoro Ihelr -very eyes. And .what England? A j large shipment'ol munlllons that 'I iivas isslttlng.on was completed and .ifas ready lo to shlpptd and could hivs been uaed and shonld'have been Used In this ffry upward 'of pieces or mnnllltins entirely the exception 0[ Timer WitcM itmm ktnmii a 416 U.-' cduld not be delivered In three lor- Ike reason- that Ihe !lhelr annual _.......... Think ot thai. While rhelr and retelUu, s and tor riallon was dren'.nd Half .ternj, com- mences tils .'Phone SIISS Playing 'and'Theory; entered- for aminlUons-'of'" the nnd CoHcss-sf-iMtslc.-.-'Lon-J don, last year .were successful.- I' J NEWEST.-.LOUIS 2ND.HAND '----------ESMOND ;.'of Piano, Harmony and'Theory r.e.f liiement HAY GROWERS-BALING WIRE AT Srhiileiale may decide In slack, al- EslabUaned F- ,0- Hyde t h at: guarantee niatlne board, olc: Studl6.'12S. Btlr" Are.-A. South. :j TWELFTH SEASON bridge ConserTatory.'of :rc- ipens.Thul'sday, Aufqat SOth'. Piano'. Theory.-Vlolln, OrchMtra and; Baml- Instrum'ents; Mandolin, 'Banjo, Ukn- lelc, GUltar, Hawaiian .Steel Singing, Elocution.-Ce'rllfjed1 leach-. ers.Ulodern methods. art-' vantages. Phone.765. TSJPRODUCTS LIMITED AND ALFALFA Insp'cctbr'e at Coaidale, Lethbrldgc Raymo'iid'bttd'WsgTSlh. Whether you'waul to Iror or pel Te--yllll'mall you our Weekly'Mar keCCard'off.reauest. 201'SHf RLOCK BUILDING': been, overlooked Sold ol Popular to 'rnialntiiin popularity etiopa of B.'McEUYBA, ASaOC. A.-I-K. i- and Conlraclo makes a cl wiring counl homei'id iMlaillng llchtlng _ -I. pi 'EDUCATIONAL QARBUTT BUSINEM COLLEGE 41l.Bth St. tkMrdljrLcUibrlilge. French' ClasV'helng'.'.ofganUed nl" night horthnnd, ;and ,i 1531. CYES TESTED J M Hr.KDf.RKK Difficult C-'-f- Soecialty ,V'Mi' kinds of Avo. 3. Phone 216-0 LUNCH COUNTER THE ALHERTA WINCH nOC... Urlll 411 Fifth at 3. only white In town. AlioUbbac'conlsl and barber shop'J AdAlsbjv 1C9-0 W. vi Stock Sales '.con- ducted- e Hi -lha Province. .reisdnalifc.. Write or photic lOWliead'offlde at Wlls6n'3 Auc- lliSn' Blo6iior-IIassett niflck; -tetho'rldgcV Alia. .-t SHOt SI1OK 1 tor your shoe W.ork1; done -roiinuy.'bf'iien called'for de- "vcrcd. bit 4ti Avo. Soulh. E-; BROS.-TJIU DhU- P.aperhangcrs ond Pal.nlnrs. Knlsouilnliis. general -DccorallilD and Ksllmatca given. 'Tho painters In- 1172; office phpne. Dldg., Leth" At SUPPLIES i- f nt Superior pending goTornmcel-.lnvo.3ll-. gatlefu Inlo connlertelldlgac- llvfllos Irs Ihe noftliweBl alalds, ;