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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE I.K SATl'IWAY, Candidates all grown They have learned to advcrll Trving all to win the pee. the use of lib'ral space hi the papers day by day Savins thllU'.s for which the sure it brings them better Thau does spelling a 'Stead of small crowds "i a Little i.ld ad. reaches all. Extracts fromTestimonials in favor of Call for it at the FOUNTAIN or RESTAURANT, Civil and Sanitary Engineer Candidate for Commissioner of Public Works should' try to blamo it on ,lho i'Jts. Kverylioily waiitsv to sot at ho Uordon doiKm't oem lo lie a party question at ill. ll "one sense It won't he an election, t will ho capital punishment. Instead it liiiKerlnc on for a year from Octo- !c, 1-117, the IJordon. Govcniinonl night to lake tho (Irst chance to drop ,ut with as liltl" .fuss as possible sooner It's over the sooner to Xoftowors. five people who were return- wins in !..iiirastoi- Coimly P.I.. 11 tywo of low nicotine co, 011 ai-co IV now boini! proiillcod. U Is cent, nicotine contont dovclo oil li -ugh careful soloollon. 1 Ho avoraso nicotine c.ontonl In I'oimsyl- vniiln seed lout lal.6 ppr_cont. town to llio'ir homes In tho counliy wasjdruclt iiflho O.rand Trniiliscro8f- IiiK Tiv a westbound express, .lohii and Nolllo Harris were killed. Another Harris Blrl la dying, while a young man, Fred >'lsh, is seriously Injured. SPEED OF WIND A moderate wind moves at the rale tit seven Per hour, a storm, lit rale of thirty-six miles, and PROM SIR WM. s. experiencp. .._ _ Anyone wiinirms win find him a man of much energ reliable eharacier. ,vork iu which 0: him directly in louch with ra magniliuK-. Mr. Oliver Has lalse and experience Mr Oliver has been Alice llillb..ry. -my M Maf' Thi'-i- are the first fnlils l" extension and it rests with m.opic of Canada to ,lu' Borden out l-.i vear old dog new en vou'do extend bin, Uial "'There is no dollhl i" my mind Hint i i- hunvr v.-as genuine UKh The trouble I said wnsu't at liberty I" reveal j was' horlfied ,ai was not prospect ot a guni-mi en'omi. of what it -mud do o Jorilen Govenimem. Hf, Uonoi aonbl inteusilV.l the "'ought i of what general .-b hail done to conservative Qov.-ri'.m.-nls in Mai.- leasncs is horror u. which they are ilin- iu pinup-.-. i The people of Canada do not 'aeain iu 1915 the (leruians e chairman of the Streets and B..KMS cor contact with Tte in thU omce necenly oi a Mr. Oliver has had from .al.erhen. m with the provision end organization 01 iue .elephone and .postal departinenu. dm.e3 h] ;iay This experience well e'mips 'Ir. ,-or or for ,arger for niS wish for succe.s in the following of his e most legitimate desire. s (ved his aPP-nticeship in -that i you've got first. .lust hers the question is the Borden Government doing with its present extension of power, is it milling good use of lias it done aiivihinn- that would entitle the peopk of Canada to grant li anotner year ot altoui'thEr si', en; Ivearsnt a stretch for a Government, ii-at wasn't intrinsically wortn thice. Unit of years, moreover, !'three, nerlikps four, hav., been charac- by opponmiities lor gratt j vaster than have been, opportunities. ibv the way. of which the Bonlen Vfnmem's friends have taken mil vantage Some of the shell promeer- Ing companies actually showed nine: -i hundred per cent, profit. Mniiriilj the friends of ihe Borden government don't want it to abandon the trough while the gorging is hence outcries for another extension; on top of the one that is already be- ing so fuly utilized. The Government's keeness on these j extension movements has two main oo- and more Ihe I object of the exercise is the same I the object these Swobodl move- remove ttie re- duce the swelling caused by the war profiteers so that it will not be ob- served by the public eye. The Gov-1 eminent reckons in two years that the war profits of their friends, which now cause an unsightly lump in the verv middle of tile body politic, can be "shifted by way of tales to the backs of the people, thus putting tne nunin where it belongs and at the irae time "relieving their profiteering friends of an all-too-obvious obesity. What this metaphor means to say is I that in the long ran the people pay the profiteers and that the Borden Government trusts to the healing ef- fects of time to make the people for- get that they are being taxed to the Borden government's friends and masters rich. Time to forget. Yes, not that only, but time to sop up the rest o. the. gravv "Let well enough alone t'hat'was the Tory slogan in 1911. m 1S1C it still is "Let well enough alone with this addition "and we'll get any- thing that's left." Meanwhile what -reason can be why a Government, which has not used one month of to present ex- tension of a year, should be given an- other year's mortgage on the future? Has ii'made good with its present ex-, tension? What are the first fruits'. Well, the very first fruit is (.olonel Eruce's report the rotten stale of l I that o'nr ultimate trii.nyh tarns with a lighter heart to I; "rouble, at home and the duel trouble there, she finds, is the Bonk 'Government. -What Canada will Horuon Government whan she i he chance will be Horrible enough, ibm thai is not the r-ason why Mi. nhufiTv Attractive Natural hair is alw _ live but it becomes doubly when it is .abundant. and _v. ell a source oC i" ___i Hocirlct: heinfi a source ui ttractivenlss and personal charm, nice ._i___'_ booklet. Sold everywhere. Applications at the better barber shops J. Iliginlwlliani Co.. Special Agents. tore Is..Fill- ine Furniture ouse Fiiinishings f have .nuch in 1 J. Hu..g. tago combined with commercial, and business training. in Kneineering mill I have had numerous dealings Engineer here and geuera, work during official ih. :v.O., CHIH, Known Mr Oliver for a and courteous disposition. training as a .Municipal r "YnrlSf 'as 'ad experience In a most a" a pul.iic servant are of an is fortunate enough to obtain Mr. in Committee Rooms, Dpminion BIk., On tUESDAY Evening, Nov. 21st Phont 1010 at 8 o'clock Phone 1010 BrUCe S report Oil me the Canadian Army Medical Service in Great Britain, loaded up as it is j I with Incompetents, dope fiends and party hacks. TKe. Canadian .end is I not "much bettor-in some- places. Aj court martial has Investigated j transactions at the base hospital in j Toronto in which non-commissioned j officers are said to have looted thon- i sands of dollars worth of supplies, j jl-or this stupid blundering the bos-i I pital commandant, or whatever they call him, has been relieved of his job] and transferred to an ornamental po- j sition where Ills failii-adeduess can do no more harm. The next of the fruits is ihn recruit- ing muddle, the appointment of a non- partisan National Service with eleven out 01 twelve lory