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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IJETHBRmflE HERALD TlLl'flSSW, XOVEMBEU-15. Pally. delivered, per week Piily, delivered per ye" Daily. by mail, per year Weekly. by mall, per year yt'tiei-ly. by nail, per year to U.S. the front: Canada's forces wo deplet- ed voluntaryism bas failed and can- not be revived end the enforcement ol the Military Service Act Is the only galvMicm. Panger cannot be faced by a policy of delay-anil lhf> referendum Is a policy not only of delay bv! retirement [rcm the field. TELEPHONES Office Editorial Office ..-ff....... W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance Busmen Manager Oates or usplry cti sMUsciiptlorj ap- pear dolly on address laDeL Accept tnce of pavers attfr ciplrsuon u car authority to continue THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR British officials do nol minlmlie ARE WE GOING TO HOLD THE LINE! Pie. Bryan, a Vornwall. Onl. fol dier wrltlns from the trenches says: "fi is as you say, lots of families have sent That Is why the boys here and In France want conscription enforced. If some ol Ihe fathers and mothers were to stand for a. lew days by the Lena road and watch ihe boys golug back into ihe lines (rom Ihe hospitals, limping along, some ol Ihem with their bandages yet off, to Mil up the ranis, they would no' heiitn'o a moment In sending theo I help. then some of our pol lic-ians will siy Canada haa dono ht duly. they loJo wlt the still critical situation on the Ital lau from and emphasize the necessity, of the Italians themselves holding tho i line for some days to come as it will be that period of time before the Brit the rtlt of us hire! Leave to b slaughtered? We have w much hlye ,0 ho, and French troops can reach the front for their relief. The Russian silunion Is much more "encouraging in view of the [act that Premier Kerensky is rapidly over- throwing tbe MaximaliM element. The latest failure ot the Germans In their counter-attacks on Ihe Flau- dcrs front is characterized as disas- trous for tbra, being the last attempt lo recover Passchemlaele ridge north- a decUre by thy: votes on December whether ihe purpose holding the line or nol. can only hold It by using the MJlitai Service Act. Voluntary enllstme will never do it and s referendum w never do li- Those who vole again the advocates of the. Military Servl Act vote to throw up lian and abandnn the line. What positi are you going to take? east ol Ypres which commands whole ol Hie plains ot Flanders, is now securely held by Canadians. PICKED UP conMco vvilU lho prcmlorsUlp." As for formqr I'remler his friends leel It would bo bElter to try a "new before appealing to him. Costello Till Calgary. ceefc re-election Dr. 11. R.'Bright very suddeb- ly at Athens.. f-.7 lion Geo. E. Foster was nominated 1 1. __i LMtrttTll u North Toronto and Kenfp in East.Toronto. Sir Edward R s Ward Is "a 1-abor candidate i Dr. I. the Unionist candllale of Commons In Centre n Provenchcr, Man., ft Lnalpeg. Hon S. Fielding was nominated S.S., ai a Lib- ra! supporllng Union government. ,Dr E. Dlscfckadder and Dr. Edmond ere nominated as Laurler-Liberal andldatea ID Halifax and county. MAGRATH'S FINE PATRIOTIC RECORD Magralh needs a boost from ila for its patriotic work' Is really re- mprfiible. The Red .Cross, has" been special care itnd'it has derrully well In providing money and supplies for. IharwprthV cause.' lla- Isles', rnpv? vva; (o send, a Ked Cross ambulance We not believe any .other town In Alberta can poinl to an am- fj ra to be there In our jurtgineri( should no be y. M no Van lo'ni'at there li.danger TVWS-, wiurii Jlie niea'til ParlUm'tnf I if 1914. 'l.jiafl adhered Ibla -WoulJ tm division r At the governor-general pass- ing through Chapleau, Ont., Sunday evenlnsl on tlie westward special train, RBT. C. S.-Applegath, the Jlelho- dlnt pattor, previous to beginning the evening services, led his congregation lo the depot lo greet hli excellency and Introduced theni one by one. Ws wonder If that conzrcgallon was large or small. Hnw could be duced to the Oovernor ID a ten-min- ute stop, and thyt allow him to 3ln asking lhat she come-to Bnglantl mu c, lor the Ilrat two year a gentle cleansing, too.-Advert. lo assist In the prohibition campaign1 umler the ansplce.3 ol the" United Pro- hibition Society ol Great Britain Hon. W, L. McKe'nzle-Klngy former bor under the Laurler aummisiraiiuTi, was nominated as a, wln-the war candidate by North York i Liberals. The candidate-announced I himself as a wln-lhe-war man and a follower of Sir Wilfrid Lleil. A, T. Skill, whose wife re-1 aides at 70 Walker Toronto, has Men killed In action. Skill spent his boyhood In Toronto, bul-was. bcl- .er known Ihrougboul the. mining dls- ;rlcls of Northern Ontario. He was stationed at Elk Lake for some lime i Mining Recorder. Dr J. W. EdwardB, has aroused tbe criticism of medical men by hll platform, statement al an Orange concert at that students should not .be ex- empted.' H la said Ihere Is a short- age of raedJcal 370 aged and 386 3 yrs- and older. ALL GOOD MOUTHED... EWES FOR SALE Th-se are large'ewts. Lambt are from Purebred Shropshire and Oxford Bucks. 1 The Felger Fanning Co. Ltd. Bor. Telephone R preach, Whai -Vr'. H. Bennttl, late M.P. lor East fllmcoe, was anpolntei'i lo Uie aenmte (he Calgiry Herald headed Ihe Hejn, 'goes lo the ltd is there' It only one Bennett In from the Calgary ry -people undoubtedly began to t ,'lhe arc you Tfften (hij found 1 Ihey consoled theniaclve DouglaB CapTeVoK stri of Mrs" A. Cameron, St: Spuih Uncasler, Ont., Va3 killed In sclfon on October M. .Ho. waa about 31 years ot age, and when a lad at tended (ho Cornwall High School, if terwards entering tho Bank of Men Ireal there. At the llmo.of he Tfas Winnipeg branch.. The Halloa.Liberal Executive ha osl three "of lla leading officers aa a rotcat Bgalrisl the policy ol Mr. W. I regory, Indcpondenl Liberal candl dale Prenlnenl W. Cuiimorc o and 2nd Vlre-PfMHcnl ol Jllllon tntcred Uit ,Mr.' C.- D. ItcGrago hi "1 am I aVor'of candidate III'Hi MrXJregor' alalei" '-t not consider lhat elertlorl A-A llmo IB (n the national Inlorc.iti, '.Ou Eietutlve oaght (o appYilnl t- cornm to meet tbe 'CoT.atrvatlvei ciodldite... 1 .c.inn Mr. Oregory'j AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS At my farm N. W. Zl-8-20, 9 miles south eait of Ulhbridge and 6 milci wiitli west ot Coaldale, on MONDAY, NOV. 19th r a'v cfdlng Shears l 1300; '1 Srlying fnarc colt.-i-yeaM ofd, wjjihC wolfcht ,1600; 1 grey and t year, old A n, f. 1 surface fanning mil P bundle wacon and rack; ackort 1 ganc plow 12-lncli ttiiliblo and.brtak- acMr ia BP fencing lown Link, 28 TERMS LUNCH 'At MAX DONALDSON, Owner Mason Si THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA Invite Caruso to Your Home Parties STOP IN AND SEE WE'LL ARRANGE IT FOR- YOU. TO. HAVE CARUSO AND THE REST OF THE WORLD'S1 GREATEST ARTISTS IN YOUR HOME. IS SIMPLY A MATTER OF HAVING A Victrola AND HAVING A VICTROLA IS SIMPLY A MATTER OF TAKING ADVANTAGE OF OUR PAY-AS-YOU- ENJOYiTERMS- WE'LL BE GLAD TO HAVE YOU VISIT US AT. ANY TIME AND HEAR ANY MUSIC YOU MAY WISH. Vktrola's to i YOU'LL ENJOY SELECTING IN OUR AIRY, SOUND-PROFF VICTOR 'PAR- LORS. MASOtrS RISGH LIMITrED .BALMORAL BLOCK. LtTHBRIDGE ,S 'i'. s. o- E. Frilay Neyt, Nov. 0 p.m.. ,i 12 arid fMt'm'altrMaeBi: Eov'cral atiuaios-o't good llr.oleum, oak' emending'dining table; set ot C oak dining chairs; :oak. slde- SoarV pairs WOOLEN BLANKETS; kilchcn chalrt' three heaters; Shole coo.lps range; oil hcatefa'i-set of dlbbcs and numerous smaller Items., ON TO 9.00. TERMS CASH 3ELLS WlTrfpUT RESE.RVE." SALE Of Farm Stock and Implements November ?OtK i AT ONE ONE MILE WEST OF COALDALE THE FOLLOWINO j" L black mare, B ycnra old, 1600 "'S-il 5 years olrl, 1BOO Ihs.; 1 erey. 1600 Ibs rg ey., S ycara old, JCOO Ibs.i. 1 bay years old, 1100 1 Saisfc'niuro coll, i y'mir olrl; 6 and 1 to. n jrelghta from 1000 lo HW Ibs, V 'CATTLE1 6 mllklnf, 3 to 8 ycnra old, bred to ShonhOTrf bull; .4 helfcrx, rlshig 2 ol.l; 3 hdfo.i1 DurHam.-bull; 2 H old shorlly; 6 cowa, ;rom 3 to Tycara old and due to bo (rosh In and MrM. These are of, Ihe dairy lypc and are good ones; 1 liollof, rifling three year, old? 2 rising 2 years old; 7 lieIfcr S.ileer calves; .'I. old; 1 HoUleln rising 2 yearn old. 'IMPLEMENTS: 1 2 bullrakcs; 2 moBcra; 1'hay 1 double disc In and out throw; I Jumbtr wagon anil box; 1 ;