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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EJCH1 you can have it. by heeding Native's Keep tie rtvnsch the liver active, tHe Wood fare, wsd the bowds regular, and yoti xriH.BWQm b? iU.. irJte good care of these organs, and at sign of anything take Fm you ccrtatriiy .die help and relief remedy, to fcep the body in health. They quickly establish nor- nal conditions, so.the organs perform their functions as Nature intended. No ottw rcmedj' will so surely ttrengtbcB the system, stimulate the liver, regulate tte bowels and Quickly improve tfe gipsral health a as It Successful Meietirig At Warner for Union Govt. ho winning ol Ills' W. oil we nilKbt.flven oponslble government. ami rtsht s down, adding: ,an'l compared Us policy onr ever pgrhips was so coo with .lint, of Sir Wilfrid Luirlcr. He vlcM, defeated In .a single speech'.' mclDtained that selective military The Dlilv ciironicle-congratulate vice was z.rtruly liberal and den.ocrs. I Prelnlel. Georsa.on tni effec tic1 policy. As Sir had sail Tjsor 0[ tj, at the beginning, of tho war, Ue re- -outside critics over-real pealed Germany wins, _nolh- lnemselTM Ttiey sliould lakira It liig ,cl-e mailers." It else J01, from AjQ11jili In abiUlnla _ rOm r. it was then our to mallce adopt-milllary service on o-jr.own rc- spcnslbilltrand without a referendum. inida his first, appearance on the un-} the greatest democracies ol the Ion declared hlmseK un-: and the United Slates, feiervedlT In favor of union govern- iaeiit ..The union cbvcrnment ide op of bjrit of both and he appealed to Liberals lo rupport the new ministry. The wont .elemntjB of the country, the tlacben, Ind-tie eaemlei, were lined up .v.-agmlut the new government and'thai -'T warn-proof 'that.rthe war policy of not popa- that .was out of :'aympktb v: .wHh war or wanted people to do their fishtliig. Mr. i''v t-. 1 m conscription without a reter- endum." Bnchanan .declared that If a -'refererilum defeated, .volun- tafj ironld ceaae aid Can- ada .Voro defnt of .'drop'.'oet of. the ivar. The Mrrlw act. (ft a referendum, irould pnt a damper on ral- The yoaog 'nan who) hadnt-.' would then'1' that ,the wouldn't him 'to and io he .woiiid be iKS'.lncUaidMol volunleer this :eyer there .were .voltuileeri Ikeri VouM trt'io relifdrcementj and coDldn'L hold Iti HAIR.STOPS FALLING OUT AND STRONG 'AND. BEAUTIFUL going "to-support1 a policy that wvQ'd mefin? Canada's withdrawal from the -ire are lighting for la have thls.'caafle.'and .'others were pr-eparsd to die ind he-Vaih't eoittj la tonaVe f He.had denounced.the.Bourassa-La .yergiie alluuce with the lala naebt'.'aHd agahut whoever BD'nniasa and: Lavergue lappprted of Canada were _ iigaUjst and for. Sir Your light, -Wilfrid Laurler. conseiinently.he wu potfr, appears as soft, against Sir" yilfrld for that reason if an: a young np.o.lrieT. after Lair cleania" f-'Ai.lo IniernaU problem Mr. Bn Jnal try a clott.wlUi a chinin declared he hart not abandon nnle Danderlne and It ed his .views on the tariff. The very larburt yonr-hilT, Utiag ooe C. Menders, president ol atrud ai. a This win the Manitoba Grain Growers, TEE the- hair ot dust, dirt and eic-isire oil candidate, -that J. A. llabirg, ud hi just few motnen'j you -'the 'Saskatchewan Gnln (fcatled the beacty of yoir hair.- elected bj; acclama- ..wsjdea; beantlfjipg the hklr'at once tlon-.a's -.a' sdpporter of union govera- ffuideruie dlaulrei every me'al; thVt Thot. H. Crerar, head of itaulniff; Invig-; ism." '.'Thi onal nstancc that It tae been found 1m- islble to post tla the present (luieJ.OvvlnS to It bo- for Xcleon cficslltuoncy had been glv-' eu lierLilsslon lo ilefer Ihe elecllon, tho Dominion elections act making provision for such caces. The dato on which voting would lake place, Tio 9alu was In-the of'providence. At tho capital tho political line up IB the topic ot geueral to- day. The paucity ot acclamations bus caused, some surprise In both ramps. UnlH very recently U.WM expected thai they would number at least tlfly. sslble he iiresraClluej'--.. a mid-season, then Iho boats c travel on (be rivers this cannot be ne until Ihe rivers over, M Unionist hcauquarlera It la claim, ercby allowing (he ollidals lo reach led that miuy of Iho slralght Liberal o fir distant polnls. The Labor caudldates, ruoro partlcu- lucy eitcnds from Tbe li> .the Marly In tho west, are straw mca who ores cl Hudson Bay. W. X. O'Con-UvlH be easily defeated. Liberals.- on or. general returning officer, stated Ihe other hand, mjke the same nsacr- hls uiorulng (hit tho returning officer lion In regard 16 Unionist candidates In Quebec tut! assort lhat In the ma- jority of casei they will lose their de- posits. The large number of three and four cornered lights hoi pccaslo.ii- ed sarfirlse and at tHa headiiuartera of both 'parlies an effort (a belog made to arrivo at an' estimate, of probable effect oil the chances of their Sir Dober't Sir I.aurler will; this .week give their eu- (lorsatlon to" the candidates approved by them.- Canada Gaaelie on SalHrday the names o( all ckndldtles, both endorsed nail ua- _ A complete list of candidates will also be cabled to London this week.' Mr. Justice Scott Df the Supreme Court lias cancelled the C.P.H. aubdl- vlston north ct the overhead, bridge irhtch wai put on the market a few years ago as Industrial properly. Thli property will have to aiscssed, In fu- ture as acreage. "The city loset ?2.- year and the C.P.H. the comment one of the city com'mjsslonera OD tnU action. e premier achfeted pe ____ Iso completely siu- sfactlon ol lha comn'ons tkr soundness -in -Its .brpid- pro Iples of the scheme for a- on of. the The nevertheteM, ;he" opinion1 Ihit piiti; anoch. wen liinseroUs. but hat the. the: premier. gvTe Jr 'hem are undeniably- weiajalji The Dally Mall tonicral-JlatiS be premier oa "his briiliant snccei-''Da wUhea'tbat all 'upon '-'whom. hevVfc for coKjptratlon and (Sr resolute aad energetic u Lloytfdoree The Dally Eipreai. .'saya. 8u 'ti demonstraled'-'lhat JKpmier. Ltoyd George Is the" lieTltii' head of. the action In thU'hour of-bl and- nrgn. him. now. '.'to 01- Etate of the lo IL" [he ot the organlted concerned he' favored the entire plat- 'ipft half and lola form .of Canadian Council of Agrl- views were on record Kocwttce's, DaoAfrhw frofo drug or. toilet mmter for a In thr offlfii'. .'reporU of parliament the Brrt to Mire Was Add To The PLEASURE Of YM.T Paris, NOT. the Havas Agency froi'iricb, Swllzer- land, referring lo trickiest manifes- tation there "Disorder! of gravity broile out afreih SnSiturdiy nlglil. Two Ihonsand assembled in the place thenTmarchcd singing "The. to.' the prison There weri.mnued "tnoM per aona arrested day night. Of the prison police charrod abrei. rh? cades and rtpUti M alonea the .drew and a boy of fc-leeu. f-iiieiliie gvn Wla ilank CBrirXis, frooble to an end 6'cicS Ing." A PL ATNf DUTY. .E, OLD CHAPj Ail) GO013 LTJCK'j.. UvirKHE-Tp DO MJ BIT, THK BEST I CAK. ,TIIB UOItB BraRYBODY SCEAPES.TpaETUER TOB TnE WA3S LOAN, vnnT.T. T4V. TTTE TRKWOHKR1'.'- V; 7 froa Puado, SHE BOONEH YOU'LL BE THE -i Other dhipitches t'am''Zurich and Geneva. t'.ixM, it SiHcMbe gin it a atttlnr IhtritMJ.erenlof which irai Dattwyler iul Inr- the Rmiltn rraffUoii.- The lor> called aa th-t to snsUIn the paclKil rjpliif'for, (be Swlas army. Liltr Ihe aade to procfrf lo producfBg munition! (or Cniaiir'S'-N'rtrif .one Ibouunil f tf c.orl of the lie Mugen i I at wbtrh wenl WMliltlliM lie (TO padCx fiA'-Zwkht: offered in three 5 year Bonds due December 1st, 1922 10 year Bonds due December :lst; 1927 20 year Borlcla due December '1st, 1937 Interest payable without charge; half 1st June and 1st December, at any branch in. Canada of. any Chartered "V Bonds may be registered.' Denominations J5W Isane Pric? Payment to be made as follows 10% on December 1st, 1917 March 1st, 1918 10% on January 2nd, 1918 20% on April 1st, 1918 20% on February Istj 1918 -1st, 1913 A (uli 'h al year's i ntercst will paid on -'1st June, The Bonds therefore give a net yield to 'the investor ol I. JBneU 5.88% tfce 10 remrBomtf 5.81% oa ike 5 The proceeds of (lie Loan will be for War PurpoMsontr, and will in Canada. Forms of Applicaiion may be obfiined frorn any branch in Canada of any Chartered Bank, or from any Victory Loan Committee, or member .thereof V The greatest immediate service you can render to Canada is i A 'Ml-; Ismed by Cane's Victory Ltm ia eg apmtiou witt U ;