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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETiinmnr.K DAILY HKHAI.U SllKrta DAILY "AND WEEKLY Daily Iteily Daily Stibscriptiof; Rates: delivered, per wecK delivered, per year by mail, per year eur autho tlon. NOT NATIONAL SERVICE GUT PARTY SERVICE One of (be members of the National Service Commission Is 1'- F- Conservative M. 1'. for Koolcnay. One would think thai job would miulro nil Mr. Orccn'B attention, and llint he- would have sense to leave politics alone. Mr: Green isn't built tint way While at Nelson on Na- Sf.'-i'tio'nal Service work he addressed a i'l 50'Conservative meetinB and assailed V'tioitho liberals ct K. r. :iud the lloniin- i-rllioiwd Sir Wilfrid Laurier. I That's a splendid method to ailoiu to arouse the peopli'.to the great need for national service. Parly service is Mr. Green's chief cousiilcration. Xo wonder Sir Wilfrid Lnurier didn't tie himself up to this commission with i-s partisans of the Green type. The National Service Commission, with! ap-'fourteen members, only has one Lib-j c'pi-' cral. And then Sir Robert Bonlen; Irr-tion date is to lead people to believe that he the subserip- {0 politics out of Caua I da's war affairs. "The hand that feeds the US' Country you THE PROGRESS OF THE The campaign in Macedonia is now, being featured in the news of the war by substantial gains which have been inade by the allies in their efforts to drive out the Bulgarians. For the past few weeks a ilcspera French and P.ussian troops GOVERNMENT MUST GET BUSY The District Miners intimate that t'aey are bringing1 their demands tor an 'inquiry into the cost of living to the attention of the authorities at Ottawa. Dark clouds hang over the labor situation in the coal mines of Alberta. On the verge of winter, we are facing 1 a possibility of a strike. Already, and for months back also, the mines can- 'not meet the demand for coal and and ,auor secured. If a PICKED UP IN Him- British Captives Answered Scmissi Teeth. Scared Guards FOR THE BUSY MAN awiilMnAYIllhinls has just published an interesting, ac- count, of the nineteen spent .iy him and the survivors of his crew as of the In the Lib- desert after his shin was torpe- doed by a ('ernian submarine in the .Mediterranean. "Facial- expression" he ap- pears to be very limited among the Arabs, nrd I soon fell into tho spirrt of tho game by my 'tricks' which got 'tis a mnro liberal supply -of food, the tricks being no more than assuming a look of hunt_____ of'hiuKhtcr'am! taTto be many times i had at one tifmy beei.'very repeated, nnd ftttor. difiplli! mK my j on accomu of the rate at .winch .1 bolt always took off. and a aJS piaS ie'sa'va the eold und my head hot, but there to preserve her complexion, and she finds tliis all easy task, if she- USDS Xuul-Huk. Tins herbal btilin not only keeps llio surface skill ami fecils thu innlerlyini; tissues. Itstimulalcs the cells tollfilltliy notion, and produces vigorous cir- culation, whieh by carry all imparities creates a perman- ently clear comiilex'un. lluw much more tiat'iHfyiiiu than 'A tcmiKiniry complexion produced by powders and cosinetk'S 1 50c. bos, all druygbts or Zam- Buk Co., Toronto. FRIDAY, NOVEMBRH 17, BIG STRIKE IN AUSTRALIA J London, Nov. IhoiiHtini' men are Idle as it result of Ilio eoa ilrlkn and 100 steamers have boei aid up." says a Keillor dispatch fron Melbourne, The wool tiivo been owing to tho 1m possibility of isiiUliiK freight, tho col respondent