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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY.'NOVRMBJEU 17.. letbbtlbje the Dally. delivered, per Dmlly. delivered pet year Dull, by mall. per year Weekly, by mill. per T9" 'r, by r indidacy of Luclen Can uvu. Dorchcsle. county after Mr. Cawion had the following statements: -I the undersigned candidate tor the WrJl deputation, bv ii. Ar A I should PICKED UP ARRtST LUTHERAN PASTOR years, here trom TJllca. K.V., n. i ,v.___ IT li__ i.Viu. inin ruRlndv by tno ARRS3T LUTHERAN PASTUK years, Kilcheiier. Ont.'Nov.. R-Ilev. H.IUs.lpev lakea Into custody uMho SherHfcf. juior at St. Feler> I Dominion jolfce ml will be Interned S Shwlltg. jusior at St. Peter> Dominion polite ana Lu'lierauTchuici for the pail threo I untU end of lie war. He IB allescd to hive iUe enemy financially lint the oHlc ere Ellenl u lo what nwtooda Uc ployed In dolui so. _. _ TELEPHONES BniUeAf OEflce Bdltorlll OIBca W. A. and MinaetaB 1 John Torrance- DuslneJi etteTTroaTllV very origin, inal In consequence tie. con- Gtripls be liberated from u 116! 1111 Uaies ol ol ntr dally Hce of paper, after da I nulhortly to Krtpti Dr W. S. J.coues. former m.vor ot I Trenton. Ont. IB dead. Saifc. UOliCV I "mo Wllh a pirly dominated by Quebec, Man returned lo power, there would he no I Military Service Act asd no further relnlorcemenls. If the anil's win mu a Winnipeg lawyer as Laurler candidate In A. Champagne, former M- P-. A- government THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR policy! Tne action ol the Italians m floou- Ing the territory between their lines MR ATTITUDE ,nd lhe advances Teutons will prob- COHSCRIPTION ably ha" Permanently, Tho issue of .this i adyancInE Teutons will prob- COHSCRIPTION tve lhe etrcct of permanently j outstanding !L- Is'whether lhe Military Service] Boyd A. C. Caldwell, a woolen man lufacluw of. Perth, lhe Llbera Uln-the-war candidate In Lanark. t.n checking the Invasion. A bar- irler ol watsr several miles hro.J no.v .eparales lhe opposins armies, and the advance has been le hailed at least. The cily 6U has already been evacualed, however, ,nd no opportunity for the destruction of ils art treasures Is'being given Ibe Russian situation developed BC.W phase today wlien Premier K i once more forced lo to be enforced or not- -J been otli nomination In west dead.' J. Ain. Wallaw, a turner Is an ndepeodenl :candlJate In Norfolk .-W--S 3 G Morrison was nqav _____by life'Laurlcr Liberals to, test >Vfl. 1.' Aid. mohd and AW. B. A: in St. ThooMj well known.Jtam- Uloo. He and thq bwt and much pjoptg rasT crl- emrorarlly (he of the Union o! n mnEl not bo forgotten lt muEl not b. forgotten government supports IreUnd. o! Clln- r mo i omas Acl, ThUe Slrmoua choice of Iho union to enforce lie tor EaltcoaU federal seat- net uulesa lhe people sanction the lhrough a referendum. Ker" policy i nliimate defeat-a lo the opposing forcej. his officers and by the having deserlcd him. He has I ine friends of iormW ol Beav- aa pastor, of SL church, Bowman In HuniKpMt [pr more U "o( Ingersoll died years a ferfdenLof 1 veteran mapulacturer, home In h'la St.lh year- W. Walrt; A as a liufier'canitdaie agamsl R. C. men _ again slipped througli lhe hands of his guards, however, and is once more in hiding. Progress ol lhe Brilisi, Iroops in Palesllnc continnes. sir' .Geo, Perley Canadian the opponents of lhe war I nee ol Quebec. [has 'oeen VJM Mr. Ostlund Is a candidate support-1 commissioner In London lit Sir Willrid and his policy _ iot a referendum with It', consequent I Word has omioaieQ who hlgb Henders, Da In Man. .candidate RESPONSIBILITY OF MEN LATELY IN PARLIAMENT Tie, responsibility ol supporting the Ing fTiuTwlth the Allies. Is upon every member ot the laat who "vbt'ed tor the Canadian credits Every-', member, wnelier- Liberal of who made a recniillng C' ipeech, or a palrioUc orallon, leading the cinidlan.aen'whp .enlisted to lieve Ihai'iSey wonld be siiiported by T' all ol 'Canada'." rwource. HU.lhe end erery member pt the Canadian parlla .Want who reglslered no protest whe i Cinad'i'cn'ured :the w'ar.-JIa ...fcound thc-necMSinr ac- ,'tion delay'u'd certain dcleit ol the lary Service Act _______pi W. J- Clayton, Halifai; has been nl tiailtmi, Oiia He enaerb, ivld Henrv 13 c Dauphin.. The m Canad- tan penltentlanes at lhe.'close of the fiscal yearlwas compar- with per j lary Service ACI. in In action.. weoi.. Ostlund signad his name to the the Nora Scoh> Hlgbland 1 I6wlng lelegrtm lo .W. A: Buchanan, ,de. He won lie Mtttttij CroM. One of tirt- in rncvting "ttiit yiw wppo'rt ini vote f.r'cbn-. acHpttois'.nd iirfle Uwt prsclama- tlbna .under. Mctlon. .Irteen and fpui1 rt-'aci Irnmedlittly: that .In.irt of JOlh Battery, oui r, second son ot Mr. and Mrs. J. rsi -AiMBd" rrandson ot ____consistent Mr. .honld be .'siipportJog thel Union government because, it favors be advo- He Is .certainly. i.sfno j'eM.asivip aiy'i is nn TnVmeirter'wD.0 haj not the back- .is' bone'ip 'carry., on, men aid allowed the'Cana- dian :.dlTlsloas.-. to he wllioul prttest, should get out ol pnb- .profit out of war, by Da enter T A., ...Car- e, Ktof.too..0n.l-, th. late .Car- o-hilily ef MethodUt' chnrtb _ favors Mrj; JAa of Jone.aad BiT'WU- lund's St John, strnnonL ed.ot John MJj.-'a.dl .the ;y, nominated for accepted the BfflBtnaUOBvMfa l6n foretwb UI4 was nt "unionist "ministers In Wnnlpcgpaeseaaw ion ot Kov. Wm. Somervlllt, chairman of lhe Winnipeg Eoalh frict and prftor Ep worth Method IK chnrch_ ol.ttjit. cJLr.--- Capt. J. C. Smith, livestock com- mlisloner for Sackalchewaa has killed fn a_ctlon. He waa_.hrpaght np OIKI of the first gradoates of ths. Manitoba lhe 'i merj of Colleitoti Iri'd and If Mr. pstlnnd more; coicerBed about "he be iuppbrtlot In Juie. A; Jlr. Biiduan, encouraged by'. Sir a convenlioil about MO AJiCrerar WM aanrmbnalj choMli untontat candidate for i upported and' th. candidate for r. Crerar wfll be Hanill- loi, can- liate R- H. DenmlKin, tarmerly nom- iidii -Otlawa Mfli BUCHANAN IS; SIMPLY CONSISTENT The Union candldale In Ihls con- itilttency snpporlea the selective mlll- Ury service act and opposed ii refer- endorsed a'- that time by mtu who ire today oppcr.lns lira.' i .Mr. Buchanan, In supporting I'nlou Union govern m'ent- He la'consistent He couldn be; mflsisient and support Sir Wt ''pollqr and neither can Mr. Os Mr. liiied eipiamed to "Ita .on ot his rea- wai that .on ot is wraw, tke grata growers -rMlfitill'.tt dntv to get govern- lo llr. Andrew wal nflmlnalH Ba.k-7'at a'cOTVjn ihd Conservatives. H ntrtheiG 'saakatdiewaEj.- The govern menl -NbrthViWateflcxj, .conalatln ot a large reprtaentiUon of both, par endorsed lhe candldmture of W..G Welchel at. the.-ualon- con vention. Four will cdntetl the riding natertfrfW- G: tWelchel, unionist; W. D.vEuler, Independent Liberal; J. independent Ubpr and Merrta Smith; apclallat The' lAurter VlcloHa, B (T, decided' .wjinld pul no candi nilB in the rleld-'to oppose 'Dv. S, P Tolmle, the unionist iionllnee. Accord Ing to the'preaent outlook lhe; con test there with Dr F. V. Toiml. Joseph MUSICAL Priceii---Always VARIETY OF. MUWCAL INSTRUMENTS STIXJK IN 'THE 'CITY-PRICED LOW ENOUGH TO 3 I inI. I .nfc 1 ARTICLES' OVERLOOK .OU .QUICKTSALE. "FROM" OUR" EXTENSi.VE .STOCK. 'DON'T O'. Patrick (Independent' win-the-war) ,S. Welta; (Socialist) In lhe Government, is merely iollowlng ,.tj leofiii'.'ieit wprk-jnOtJi Elr-WUfrtd Lanrter he would be moil Inconslslent, for Sir Wilfrid Laurler A 'numUl'fram lod.y Is election da A lot of antl. say (hey favor Union kind to suit, then; bl iilch [3 opposed lo the position Jlr.Buch.n.. .-antookatoitawa'. Union government flavors llie course Buchanan tol lowed and conEeqacnlly he Is a carjdl dale 'supporting Union Government Had Sir Wilfrid Lanrler supported Active military service, Mr. Bncbil an.would never have resigned nlj-LJb- 'mral nomination. r" .Th. war Is lhe uppermost Issue.I thU''election. The clilel question be fore .IOE leople Is lhe Military Se vice. Act -Sir. Buchanan Is In ,lh i j' field Eupporllng tbe position he took t'i at Ottawa. He couldn't run aa a Llb- eral following Sir Wlllrlil uo- leirt -nVrrenounced -his poalllon on coaKrlptlon- Liberals, who think that irly ____ and) itllj hare been a conacrlpllonlal, nro ige wai ny with his support ot 'arllamint NflU. B, -M, Jtarfotuld hu qnIL politics. doll .old. place r Without lie genial 'countenance and firtUig splrft'ri the 'inin Irom Hclott. The election campaign Is already anlii; f are a'ntl-SrtUah, they .ay Cua'da baa, doge and eritl- Mother Gonabrj. f. M'tcbald. have remained In lhe par aad .apported Sir .Wilfrid Laurler a "It rnait not be overlooked Sy tie peopte itllftary Tvj- banais and their decltlone that then Irttnmals are composed of men' of (ho hlghe.t itandtng la every commuDJty, It go out of their way; to render an Injustice to anybody.1 A FATHER'S 'Iff aujrpLriv UL lhe Union or Kng., a wit T iiiii -Si He mtke. eyes tt th- chlldrem jiEoplc BhOfllo'iniOT inc. Itiy tjti fritntAn .1 TBt chilul'tli I ill ao'iin In 'at -lii. Quebo! nominal 6onterred with Wartf a.Cfilchtsttr her c; .-t He has his :'iV Will not dvllry lo l( t took at him he will a.X me wkO am looking at If. we are each'other, loMs his coal'sa that'It not He-drjnki loo mucV'lt lakm a IM i faille diniky 'i- i He.cmp .tent the hoiue it licit _i hif panls and filihirni lhe He th- rvhiM-i lomlnatftd 'ft.Sr.S-., areleackrs. -THeir range of flavors, their great 'CJprfv ;