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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UTTHBRinGE ItEHAlfl MONDAY, NOVUMMW 19, 1917- if iJulxicriptSon Ballr, delivered, per wees titUr. delivered per year DeJlj, by .mill, per year .Weekly, by mall. 1 'y. by mall, per year to U.S..J1.00 m. TELEPHONES Butneni Office........... Editorial Office W. A.' Buchimfl President and Managing: DL-eetor John Terraces EualneM RICH AND POOR ALIKE MUST PAY iuao In Ottawa was tpproaxheU by a Vklory l-oan ciuvssser and lie said; -Pui flW.MO." "II can't be dou." ssld Uia cauvuHr, "you have got nal( R million." 7 "Sorry." JntemiBteJ Uw clavier. "It has .lo a million." Tho Bliuailpa lully a fivei iuiunte talk resulted hi llie h3l( million eubscrtpUoo. This Is typical the way the'Vlch men are "going' to It" The people of moderate menu must also their share. The pisl [tree loans were taken almost titcjelhcr by people o( means, but the apueal lols lime Is made lo poof alike and It must not be for- sullen in the people to subscribe ror-bonds lie Govera- men( is trachlnc ihea the best method the wortd his ever known to save money. There b nplhlng on earth cs safe as Victory Bomla. ol eiplry ol nw-r 'dally on address .label. icctpl- teee at papers alter eipirntlon dm Is aBlhorlly to contlnus the (his U ino. (or 'Canada If take ihe (irsl step In endorsing [he illlltarj- Servire Act- L TrIE PHOGBESS OF THE LABOR.MAN FAVORS UNION GOVERNMENT "Of course. I ;hill support Ihe j Union' Government." replied J. (J. 1 O'Ooupshiie, Labor advocatt, of Toroalo. In- replr situation i-j Rsufla, his dofin-} -You 'see. l' first itely setlleji ilsclt imo a victory for, ,bat we were Justly the Maximalists, and es-Preuiier Her- va_ n.-_. eKBky hss apparentlr been finally de-( fcated lu his ctforls to regain control j ot Ihe lovernuienl. Furtlier nesotia-j vcry 'Urns tor ivicc may now be looked j Oure [yr from tlic element In control I'etrograd. _ Tlfe" Teutons bare been able to make j t'o' 7ery liltle fnrtlier adTancc asainst fore realiied th'at all ost ficrea was at htmor _ 1n (icli ihe o( democracy. iras'sellled only i namely, fadvocale the. unton of all our forces t success. have Uiere- advocated the forma- (ho IlBltans. wid erldenlly have been, ?f a Uniou covemmcit as a beg- cbfcted, a( .Ibe lirne being.: On-lhe (rant in'Falfcstine, Uie Turks, That has done, end. now 111 supnoH It. at same my best to force (hit Gov 'according' lo reports. lasn s stand-aeaiiist the.-advancing British in (he-Tlclnity.-of- Jaffa.' The Drili'sli orei continuing 'their offensive cessfui prosecution of the war." "What about The .week has. been" eniment lo go ahead, with Ihe furlhcf conscrtplloti' of wealth, and Ibe zation o( all our resources (or the "Organized Labor can speak.for it' furlher.impsirtanr. gain's .in _, nlsa ia e Catiad'ianE.hoid acj o( the principles Organized Labor. Bui I woulc :ver 'scab' i( in a strike, and our "soidier'boys arp on (he biggest strike that ever took place. I don't inlect lo I. am 7! to stand beside the'sreal PascLendieie ridge.T'-.-The, .entlre.i of ha.naj nD (COXTJSUtD fROV fljOSJ Uvryer." Jhe way another ta viewed hid enough-of a f (he.Quebed'of (he fulure. igrras. being made aJong that I sjnce (be InclnslpD of Labor repre ORAWS CANADA NEARER' In (he Cabinet." fpONOMIC DEMOCRACY j has "been li OHon. T. A. Crcrar. (he Union wiUl jh'j (or years .agrlculhiro, has asked Ja a son of one of Ihe j-ionwrs wesl to. defer (he Urld j lifoVelnenf'. in Canada, __l3Eiio_ till-the war Issue IE-settled. Dull J. of by (he Union movement maMng It r linle'ior MrJ Crerar lo the cab-1 ,nel; the Ollawa CiUien-s sloul ad- THIS WEEK v l We especially, invite you lo lake notice of our Window Dismays, Values Unequalled. Space will no I permit us to mention ail'the Bargains offered. Your Dollars Will talk COLD i Clout and Tank, 'it heavy Regulir iron. Retuhr v Spicial Special- 38, WINDOW FOR Yon like U hear STEWART _- AUTO V HORNS i Each DELAY and ONE per THEY LAST Be You See Our ee Our 11 1 Vp II A D H W A D IT TH Window- flA I llAlVUff LU. -Au YM Accewory UP KiMSIf ls j. Greenwood, will Martin Burrcll lii Yale. Renfrew; Liberals: nominaleil Held. for '_ the of Iteld, the Socialist w' is very activ candidate e holding n EJrags throuehQiiT-tKc- constituency. dined the honor. mer ruo. he to BordeaU not win' behind Pi would.urge them lundTwbo bad Liberals. Mr. IhrM'ghoiK (ie -Adi re- ceive a large" brldge that he hlnisiK'cqur" for Ihe rtaspn and could pot (Ime. Mr. Paclt, :h; why Mr. Ottland i to Thoiii; aiot a 0. jlclntb'shj iVIcloria, .wns nomi- for commons ieni 5arly''noiBii- fbr'tb'e.com-; JTiated-J. oppose' Ubwal, in GlbVcesterr N. B. ._; Separate -'Sciooj." Board oi Hamilton Mas liken yiciqrj for eich of the eleVeii Mr. get itapng soppert'ani era'o'l. th's- aouth. coiii1 (he men behinif hC_ _ 1ha( (hey could defeat 'of Bordenism .was 'what Lieut. Frank Prendergast, of .Corn- wall, was killed in action. H. O. Wiijjbt was tlie chplce of .Ihe Unionist .conveutlon for Battleford constituency. The Merchants Bank of Canada Iras purchased the old SI. Andrew's church property at Moose.Ja.w'for Archelag of the Rural Mail pf'lue Posloffice is" _.. 1 W. R. Grose ol Feterboro, and Henry: of Byersyille w.ere droWnedUn Rice bYbrtuniiiig pf a The three-year-old 'spn stle, a''Hydrb ed from h'avine eaten "s'oine :rit r-1 the vfealcrn'program main-f n Canada liresr nearer to eco- democracy Ihah (his country To- Dr. LoTe'rlng has- been igalnsl (he )ias twenty years. the the reason hV has en his political silence and lined1 him- sell up wllb (he. referendum advo- cates? Dots view the referendum >er7 existence-of democracy la In jeo- drive bt'the enemy Is Ihrust1 prestige of Ihe Prua-, military caste la malntalnedH" ;'i-'.c'enlral Europe, surely the political In Sir manifesto, or "rteii'i.libsence, Is not the supreme Is- befora liberal Canada. tbe of Canada hare to In (he ia hoir far they are I to go.In fnpporl ot Sir (lob- (jpledge. lo put1 the whole Jhatlpn behind Ib" njen In '.Slr-Willrld I.aurler (p.eo (p the of the Service Act Cftlien's, ojitjilon, tho con s just a begin fuidlllng th> eisentla .lo uch Henri ujportine'fjurier In It sur. a; man of similar i.enll- icuts was chosen tq head Laur Liberals In (fluency. (he Lethbrldge con S'wire ke tJnveglion j- 'I Thejfact. tfin i pijiible -Vnl comihating Borde ed at this time. Sorne Oeltf iplte ot'the s'trc Pack to withdraw would not consent thal'he had candidate by. wagauu igalnjt him with Ttou of detegalea'who did jfct risl (ofifoear n' any- way .cflfinertc? wili anijiiJer he li'a producer ed with fact that him that Jad Mended .jibe Laurier Liberal coniei bond schools. 'V U Mclnlosir', of Sliirgeon while 'driving' a 'motor car (o tiorUl, Bay; was s'uddcnly-- taken III, stopped and'.died-' Uishop Farthing, Anglican diocese of Mon'treM.-his: Issued a cir- cular leUer. to the clergy oMho dio- a'npiiort the Union "1-'''" John Brant, a' deKenAinl ol the great Indian Chief, died'aChifi home lii a( tho-age.-of alxty-slx lie had been'a member for pore than years b[ Lodge John. A. Westawas''. 'Suberintenilen( e( Car Kemea at Windsor, llred-lb his eightieth birlhdiy; according .to "re, (fiffngli..... tica in Edmou- himself up -with'tte ff'ghL. iMIljUry Stvi_x Still a AJiclfoo i ed igalnst b; .o! delegate! convention here o Park had iujireijed had' "he Bucbanan that liie n'nang..of sir. Ihe his alroiig desire, ;--h'e suffered -il.'calbraallb, andldaU In Bow. fUyer riding, ds- lared the Se- ecllre he war. Though-ft rnemDer al parfy, heroes not ieniand nns. He khpws- tie; aeed; of; ihe boys at' the Iroiit, "jreplr.eli lo nCeet II lilthouf RICE OF b? his le.4 war was' first anfl .that ift wanted io sec Hi Ihei'laW-whlcti ad bteii paSsed, tht Mill; a-ry Jrt; sakWjWifBUl-.In. --Many of were; srfjdld Tfllli on (U. ftioe, which 1 3 he -big Issue Pack was Ine eluctabU; aercri 6: nasjorl-plm in pile. of hli jlandn'.'Hie.cpnscrlpdon i' V'.'.'1 H Is tS'al-thS'nonilnee Ottawa, Nov.. illation" bj b'uller la cOmi F. .O'Connor, acting1 on Ihe cPst monthiy.'repon on food {he a'mbunl. li coH itofage oh' 1 ilgvreil. us to b-jtler In showed a zl per cent. veraljer figures nhow a M pef ctiH. m cr.yee is compared vrltk i a Ijkhl -w'eeVa ai l'congregationii' rbiinlon .SI Thomas' Anglican ChVrcb, St-.COlllar wjilch' 13 celebrating ,ils fMlleth inniveraary, presfnled '3. '.purse o Epld to. Ven; Arclid'eacon N. jP- rector 'for-- twenty Dr. J. L.' Barry was'noininale'a'.a the Laiirfer-Llberarc'onvenllon held a Huraholdt and' will "confeil the elcc Ihe Laurier platform. In Hum bpidt- conatltlienty .against Colpnc Unionist candidate. Splicing al'the Canada Club lunch eon In f.ondon, England, lo.SIr Ceo SlrSIamar' Oreennipod, salil "WE have 3 chance. ofr having a 'Cane dliri girl as Queeri art I for one expect }lli Boyal Hlghnea the-Prince of Wales'-not-to neglec Canada "In making a relepilon la vilal lo tijc Ihe motnc coiintry and (ha Emp'lrf- Bui o'lbe'Lattrfer for -.a napenslrm ot Berrlce Act.unlll such irJef.aHia-.refctendu.ol' hV'been iieSaiireAahll thai he tjlj std-OBly on 1 t Wrentham, "NovV Andrew Jnne arrived on pendent farsf' tiWrcjiiiMale.-': i-Mr, PicV ti Juy- aona a'nd 3. fair MlsslODiry Obearn. wonti uaxoiar o( Bclllera' effehls. InCBllng o lha Ilobbs' Tenn oaRl-cf (pwr.rcccnl Vacated by his brother. Mrt.'..tones and -torn from Lclhbtlclgo on Friday. our PIT ling.In Ihe which" he', will Vinlcr: With the nj'otspicTo heW'seltlcrs.nCul ajrliirfhe It ward tp Pie. John. Moos'ft Jaw, a embir of the ziid C. 0. B., eel' at'liamllton. after ''drinliiDi' ht and j-ftalf of "wood Lieut.. George. K. Holland, son.ct eprge A.-fHolland, manager 'of Ih ink._of Dr. F- went overseas as Jl officer ofthe.Wit battalion nominated' >nlst '.He 111 ppp'osc Hon. George P. Graham nd Sobert Alking, LViijler-Llberals. (Jep. Isaacs, a'tlrover and rancher, f-Fcnbloh Falls, his ecjslop 'toVcnler' iho field' as a (ralghl Llherbl" :BEaihst "Sir Sam lughes in thp'coming elecilon IK Vic- IHaaon THE HOME OF THE.VICTROLA j Most of your friends ihae Victrolas .UNDENIABLY, THE-MOST FASCINATING OF .ALL NOT OPEN THJS :WON- _. yictroja TO-; COEV NO-n'MEAV- THAT AN IMHEDJATi OF THE FULL'AMOUNT Fs PAY EN-.. J6Y PLAM TAKES HAfr MASON LIMIT.ED BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBR1DGE FIFTH I ST. s. Al a largely-'altendcd He and Coneerv'atlTei held lo nomlnale'-h ,Union ahdldale for llie riding of ,.'sb-jlh w11 Urucc in, (l.LC app'roacli'iiig l Wail1 I Bruce couri'r M.l'.t the meniberv'iind'.WBp will ty, una'tilnioiisly ,'iiomlnited and accepted aiiild mucli wlio IsJ'i rln and" fo'r-. a staiincli Liu'eral 'In politics, will bb..opp6sod by 11. K. Truai, a- candidate, Mr.-Truai eil- ajalnst (lie eitonslon of.'parlUraenU. In favgr (he Laurlcr Jle supiiorted (he, bill, on second frorn-llie Houscj on the third roadJnjj of (he bill. urance of clodie.s yourvaiurantee of g Co perfe'clfil, flay lafe. Buy good clsthe s'hdft buy fall'siii't and dvercoati from tptnl-lhq, in, ura ,Tha giving' a.1 ,chiclteii, (alnmeht some' nlihl. M Pwen'ir (he of X ,'dsuglilor w'aa lo J.ir, far iofin draws many as wnald three-ring' ;