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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHTlRrDGE 1. XOVKMBKH W. IttlV bcrta delivered, week......1( Silly, delivered per fear by mill, per year.........H-W R'eeklr. by mall, per year......J1H by n-.sll. per to U.S.. Jl.N 1151 Office W. A. Buchanan and Director loin Torracci- Bnslneii Mauutr Daces of.-erplry of jaDfc lloci ap- Accept- laco oA papers alter 'eiplnUM Oatu U In, advance ot us la the orgauiiallon aud utllizsllon ot the nation's human The terrible need for rela- forcemeats can be met. But, even with the best speed that can. ha made, we shall barely be In time. Yet. It is Etrlouslj- proposed that with CasadJa? divisions depleted al the aai remember that a division when Uu depleted ceases to be an effective firhling unit 'until H Is proposed we are to wait until parlia- ment Is summoned, until bill for a referendum Is paned. and until the referendum ibell have bwn held and Ihe rertlc! at the people pronounced. How men could be bronfht Into military service by mpans oJ wllhln one year from to- day? Parliament stands adjourned lo iae 3Slh of FeVimT bN'siise the election returni vUl not until the 27th- of Fibraary, Pnti- ti cootlBCe Ike "b- I I OF THE WAH Italians have boen Jo open 'aif otfeGstva movement on cue of their front against, tie Teu- have attained considerable success. Troops are non- massing'on both sides for a big test of arms. The Austrlans'sllll clslm successful bper- allo'ns'at various points, in which they date (hoy hava broken the llallan de- fences, 1 A review of the conditions on the western [ront displays {he- ad'vantag- eous "posltioD now occupied by the British1 as a result of recent often- ilveV-i'' -The entire'' Flanders plain L now at command, and German plans are easily frustrated, as In Ihe case of a recent stlerani- at huge, counter stroke, 'Which was perceived and broken up almost before had commenced. .CONTRADICTIONS AT; EDMONTON CONVENTION Tlic'Winhiiieg Free Press poiots out liict, uvcn at the carefully chosen i-ailrler-Liberal convention at Ed- monton Ihcre were two voices. A G. Mackay, afler a vehement speech in which he. assailed Union Govern- ment'.and lauded Sir Wilfrid 7 lerv.d'eclafej hlihlell ID Tavor'ol Act ;rdeal and. letting It'go V-'? "Whereupon the convention-; adopt '-r. ed a 'resolution'' afTlirnlng their, con- in' the and leader- of Sir Wilfrid Laurler, ijoes "not propose-lo. give- Mill- Act', sqn.arev and go dedued intention of putting-'a'a Immedf- lo Its if returned WITH foltowlns warring Entente .havb Union tjovemmenlsv 'BSsii; If she has any. -Frapce Italy Great Britain and Ireland ;.-l- ''Solli. Africa' v'-. CanadV .The United States 'did not declare .''War- until after her general election, President Wilson baa drawn .his cipgrt war -administrators from all patties. The Entente warring '.cou'olnes had, or have adopted, selec: conscription: France nfcsU Great. Britain and Ireland New Zealand ably.' I not Ion'tis middle" of'March. The pas- sue ot the for r referendum and doubt- least two months. To hold'Uie referendum election and obtain tie ywdlcl of Ibe.people would. two or three addillonal the raunllme the Military Ser- .would._be suspended. The spirit.ofour men would be broken their-.ranks become .mqre tod more depleled.- 'They bad aaVed for rein- fo'rceaienl.i'and.'jou. jraye. Iham a re- ferendum. All military activity would be at an end. and perhaps jthe war Itself would a conclu- (loa wllh" results disastrous lo our This li a ivar In which the last hundred thousand mar mean victory; the lack ol them defesY. Make no mistake about It, pro- posal ror E referendum bnt one It .means that. CanadliD forces, at the front shall be toft to th'elr without support and Inrorcemealj.'.-'" Whtlher 'thai Ihe purpose Is that will be ihe result. :H would be halied vhb grest joy and, cot a little mirth by Ihe German higher command- Can we doubt .'that ifiany. effort on tkelr part such a consummation 11 wiil'.br, Robert'Bor- den'at Halifax i1 Canada -S L VAtislralia'iubmilii a "second reteren- dam on. compulsory, service in Decem- the recrnitlng undet the volun- iar7t3yjit'eni has played ,Jo'il. p'pyd George onfy recently" .drew a. farlc picture, appalling.blunders wthe Entente Allies lor want ol in cj- I ordlnating" military" jilanV Thi_a is now being i 7 f .a ija'perlor Joint council. C.- -.j iVhy should Canada'want lories be- uae. antiquated micbtuefj- Why should 'not she .truck, ss ihe' olher wa'rrlng r.-- hive done? asks the ned'rjier cufie'tBal Ihe': Union Govepj. I composed'of men-that iro PECULIAR POSITfoN day has .settled defi- nitely' thif'tiere- will' the.Lethhridce constltnenoy. ot Unjoa Govern: menC'ls-to by Ij. Lambert Sir. he his seen for the election, that' we Mri Pact lo had Thursday last Mr.. Pack's .name wasiput.ln..nomination at the Laurler- L'.beral codrentko- refued that that Mr. whose'Daae was before the conTen- Mon at the same Ume, he made the I .unamaz' of. tbe 'convention- tin made'at that public gslh- I Pack from the platform declared that he wanted to lee Canada wlo.the war, and that he was In favor of the enforcement-of the Military! Service" AcL Eighty or more conven1 lion delegates .and press represents1' tlr'fs heard him declare a cooscrlptianlsL That Tras flva "days ago. elected on rtmber 17Jli, that he would funport tie ot conscription E bt> made an In the House yat In'e next session'. Mr.' Pack was nomfaeted at the labor conyeiiUon' here', oa Satnrdiy night- -The sacde'convenllon repudiat- ed air: bailniid btcaasB. ot that gen- Ilemin's connectlcfi with an old line parly. majority of Ihe hbor dele- apt. coualepance an al with Ihsl.lJurier-Llberals. They everybody 'Is -of ''no Govoinment" de- UbiMi aovarcDiSnt favor; fa ne wit. Party gorera- Men a faJIure and (he party power irnder1 the name, of IheTubiifii i. policy thti Is almiwt cir'dJa pot out of THE INEIICAf AiLB What .14 i or; ta .toaUted, con treclale Ihe mWMinK rkaMs paaee In cMilly to siirfjnioii'iiir and did not believe'a (Icket __''_. The' Labor ol Canada hlchy wa suppose, con- trolj pollclM'a'V the labor organi- zations of tha Dominion decided at Its !asL annual sMslon a'few wcefei ago thai Ihe .Military Service Act, be Inf lair, shduld'De the (afar Canada do ihey could to iee lhal Ihe. act produced all tha men need od for the" reinforcement ol ihe Ca nadlan 4'nny as the labor plat- fora 'Is. concerBed, .could" to tm cimcHptloi, Bml on Sunday a, 9tf4 .Mr. tiyl the -labor when' ''iMrttr-i erals Mr-' t ,nd "on 'Oimvm' lit wai nomlniled. On Pack's BOiart ,aitlon papers the' M ict, not (he oaiwi of' M Men ln.rfn.enU! In'aJf, iil ot the rldlnf, the of Dr. I, K. Ixiverinj who attended the Liuritr- Uberal coovenllon at Eduiontun and convened the convention at which Mr. laul'wu nomloated, and the" name ol B. B. Tainler who was mentioned u a.poeilble Laurler-L.fberal cicdl- on Thursday have intwcrlXd the Lavrter mantfcito, In which he the suipneWa ot the MUltarr Sarrfce Act and the utthdrawal ot all men called lip uodsr it until afler i rafer- idujn has bcen'raken. Mr. Pick Javora the errforcemaat ot Slrillair Art. Dr. Loverlnf, E.- B. tuid oth- ers ol Mr. Pack's Laurtar-Llbaral sup- [Wrteji ara not to favor of the enforce- ment at tna Mr. Pack and his Laurler-LIlwral supporter? are opposed on Uie one ]um. on the only Uatu be- fore the elrcton Ja this caopalfu. Will Ur. Pack kindly expla'lii to (lie eleeton of (he iVlng of Lelhtaldgs DOW he caa reconcile his by cOBTtatloa of labor who sub- scribe to the Tradei Con- grats policy of support of the Military Service Act, askd hta by Ae IjartoMJWrals of Uu Hitig who are opposed to Unttuy" Act nnd In favor of the'rafereouum policy ot Sir Wilfrid LaurlerT" Is Mr. Pack a LaW damues. was assessed. 'accident happened al ja 5e pnmp'hqnse ot the C. N.1 1C c._._ .ihi lo-yeif-old son bj'law to raise- funds to secure S.COO acres lor sugar heels was :arrlej. f l.lent. T. J. Robertson, son ol H, J. Robertson, barrister, Newmarket, was killed In action. The London JQraphtc reporlt that Ihe Duke and Duchess of Marlbot- ;h, neparated tor many yean, are uow at Bleuhelm palace. Jamei D McPherion, eqn ot Sheriff Fed BWr- former M. P. P. for Stouy Plain, was killed In ac- tion. A. R. Tlbbets, Inspector ot Hwbor omtulislons In Canada, will, It Is un- derstood, shoVlly -appointed assist- ant Doputy Minister of the Naval Ser- vice. BcllBYlllQ City Councirdeclded to buy about K acres lit land and live U LO. Albert College, on nondltlon thtt bmlldlags cosllni not than '200- WD be erected. ,L. Crawford, ot tie Canadian Bank of Commerce. Victoria, lias been moved to the Hutlncs and Gam- ble braach, Vancouver. He uiedT to be In Mcdlclu HatV Hamllloii Doard ot Control to nollly city employees, ticepl police and firemen, who have, not registered under the Military Service Act to call at the office of the City Treasurer and receive their pay chequei. Tiog the pump enta'ngied" belts and iras EJic- ons Act, the Lhft follotvinf woDi9fi> (1) Every be capable of voting and qt vote at. a Dominion eiecticrn': provlriCB or'ln'the 'Ynkni who, beingLa British; subJB Uhea-'as tq required In Ihe cias.ol hi. such or rltory; .._.. Rljht RCT. A. Deader. of twentT- Aghijid clergymea Catholic 1S13. -estali- llshed- In- Caldy, -Wales, and the mil lo America ti lo PoMce'.bommisslffner Arlhnr'Woods, Torkjajjoonncedrnrs Intention ol re- 'WU eWect on December fusion ad- Hart'; Aritfgimlsli G. Groi- H. 0. Wright, i Halny River, fTALIAN POET LOST TIQ longer serrlnf'H'Bji____ such person Ba-aXdled beta honorably the cut oCjf died la or has been verr from such psnaed by roaqfetenl'SiaBrily .'roi serrloeV-or litfif naa died after honorablfclfeaise.- nation by -Paris, Nov., hes'bcen from further SCTvIwjjaaftreslkl. heard of Galiriele D'Annuniio, Ihe Sn'ch naval tiff of Canada Italian'poet and novellsl, for nine deemed daya and It Is feared he his fallen Into ben thereof. n'thln .panada {he handB of the enemy, according to who may become after'the lii Italian newspapers recelr- 'ot thta'Actf; (rf-jythe awla's Victory should .you subscribc'ior Canada tVietory Borids? BECAUSE National r safety Is at and Canada must have momty to support our soldiers righting in BanK will Vlctorj) Bonds to the amount of 000 fftm any person for safe fteeping for yta> without LOUH wHl be nude to wage unKfi on of Victory Bonds. S HowfrfHdi wfll thu .enable wT- J 4 i THE .CANADIAN BANK crisp nights "get your friends together at home Branoh, fttoree "Factory FOB A "JASS BAND- OR A HOME OHCHE9TRA, THEN WATCH "TIME AND SNAPPY WHOLESOME. BENEFICIAL ENJOYMENT COME TO THE FRONT. LET US OUTFIT YOU FOB THIS FUN-WE HAVE THE ONLY.COM- PLETE.eTOCK OF I9AL INSTRUMBNTS IN THE CfTY.' YOU'LL FIND WHAT YOU NEED HERE-AT 'THE WE'LL GLADLY YOU ADVICE. All'the Latest Hits in MUSIC hidden _: 1 one not loree- l< times tinthtd srith Pag4accio? Metropolia.-i Open this rocoid hit aside V- -J ,i mentioned are of (he'tpfeniid Cnriaons. bt uf CoWmhia {Ucont It in- I cluHn niury other optrmbc bocauar 7 cuoibers.ypiriooc 'and bcWf caroli aad byoiM. ,-LoVe llrugeKne hue in dramatic mekxJj that is the-Jhenn of frotnVerdi'j that rtquiiTi Buck' of the irtiat, and in (hit rro d Sttacaarij kabi baritone of the Cbicico Optsra, has given tof hit art in full 'A jt o Wfc, Bcrrieotei oakist music v nxneinusialbythcrnitrhkw in the grcai: aopnao of i the' Meirop.ilibn itor-'; passes hirsclf, Patriotic Numbers "fl'l a Wij to lUtli, UetThtft" Mother lypic.l for "Our tnt (ker Up, Wttth 04 tke CF.T t-, f n TIM liei.ebo UUx TH Ntxt DtJU.Hotel ;