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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR T1IK LRTHnniDGE IH1LY Tberatt) BlDcrta WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per weeK Weekly, Of mail, per year JVcckly, by mail, per year to lOc by the opponents of conscription that, if tlio project carried, there would be no young men left for them to marry. "Other influences were the profes- sional pacifist class, such as yon hnvc the liquor Interests, fearing loss of-revenue, and the sporting inatitll- 'tiona. such as raring, football, and cer- tain other sports, not Including cric- ket, which would bo hard lilt flnan- Don't forget: "Do your Christmas shopping early." TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torrance ManaghiK nirector Business Manager Wheat doesn't get very far from the mark. The farmers seem to lie pretty well satisfied with that price however. ____________ tVe will admit Lethbridge is pretty of oxpirv "oTlnbsTrlptions ap-jwoll governed, but it's a good idea to pear'd, -ly on address label. Accept-! up Interest by a municipal cam- cn're of papers after expiration pujgn. Xow's the time to start, our authority to Judge Jackson did right in giving the Spokane man a heavy sentence for his crime against a young girl. Fellows of that stripe must be taught a lesson. Light sentences don't count. Your King and Country need you right now! WAS FHE According to latest reports the in- The capture bv the allies of Mon-j ternal elevator at Calgary has handled astir in southern Serbia, is welcome bushels of all kinds of grams news from the eastern front, and this crop season. It's a mighty poor doubly so to the Serbians. Monastlr day when Lethbridge yards do not doubly so to me jseiui.ms. ..min....... is the first objective of any import- handle that much grain from Southern ance to be gained by the allies in their; Alberta farms en route to the worlds campaign in this region, and it marks, markets, the tirst stage in the driving ot the enemy from Serbian soil. Further The Hamilton Spectator, discussing TAKING ANOTH-EH BISB OUT UNCLE SAMMY. TUESDAY, NOVEMBElj 21, 1910 SUFFERING FROM Snf ffi.Vi.noY Toronto relation oE Sir Sain Hughes, the opportunity of establishing their makes an effective point when It says: j government in their own country. "The premier has not been without government in men The capture being followed up fault The minister has all along act- Trith extensive gains, and the like a spoiled child-spoiled by hi- ians are being driven in precipitate political parent. Sir Robert." retreat across the Monastir plains. PICKED PASSING From Rumania the news is not so Sir Sam let out the secret that Sir Austro-Ger-; Thomas White doesn't apparently care The Saskatchewan legislature will encouraging now. The Lns have again been able to invade Rumania at vital points, and a Tho'mas' ing movement is feared on the Tran- Press front which will place the defenders in a most serious position. CONSCRIPTION IN CANADA AND AUSTRALIA The Toronto News, a Con- meet in January. The electric light plant at Norwood, Ont., was destroyed by fire. Aid. G. W. Smith is in the field for mayor of Red Deer. Two well known Fernie characters Itotlerich McSwain and John Carroll died recently. Geo.-E: Bnck has given notice of an! W. A .DeCow, Vancouver has just appeal against a sentence of -four! completed 35 years as a telegrapher Free Arid it also seems to be the reason for Sir Sam's failure. The late Arthur Drummoud of -Men treal, left an estate valued at 053. The surar beet factory at Kitcli ener has had to close owing to short age of coal, years for'complicity in boosting Black servative Saper recently uttered warning: ;is! Diamond oil stock prices thing George Speakers at recruiting meetings who advocate conscription do much illegally, all oil monej- will have slipped into the possession of the lawyers. He may who advocate conscription uo to the nbiect for which they also find It was easier to get easy -J-' out of the gullible oil invest- t to get out of jail. apteal. If they are soldiers who vance these arguments they ignore igrs the authority of the state aid forget discipline, which is a soldier's first oblieatipn. No doubt they with the C. P. R. John Lang, ex.-M.P., for East Peter- boro and Mrs. Lang celebrated their golden wedding at Keene, Ont. David Morrice, vice-president of the Morrice Co., Limited, Montreal, is dead, aged 53. cere; out if they arz'je for a system I down jn -Ontario. v.-lil-h is jjot likely to be adopted be- These are days for plain' speaking (________ The Orillia (red blooded Tory though it.is, hits out chief engineer of _. railway, has been inrnd vice-president in charge o: H L. Latham, the'T., H. a ne the whin the occasion teui. The political leaders, whether! demands. Conservative or Liberal, have de- 1 makes at Montreal Presbytery favors con- the Ontario legislature: "-Mr. T. Her- clared that conscription will not. be "adopted in Canada. With the les-j is vociferously people to dose University ___ __________ ___________ Here is a. recent jab it scription if necessary to complete for the wiater. ,i Canada's armv and protests against Conservative member of s cnliste, -The Russian Duma has and will take speedy action to euro speculation in foodstuffs. Thomas Stevenson, Canadian dele Bate to the A. F. of L., opposed the Industrial Disputes Act. George Sweet, former manager o the w'lndsor Hotel at Montreal, li dead at Atlantic City. George Vienna, a Greek died in Victoria, aged 93. He had lived ther 65 years. v Constable 51. McEIroy, of th Guelph police, has joined the arti iery. being the fifth of the force t enl'ist. An epidemic of mumps has broke out at "the St. Thomas barrack! where the 153rd battalion Is quarte youths under IS being enlisted. Whitby ratepayers will be aske to guarantee 5100.000 bonds for Dr Nicholas Murray Butler, presi- tractor company that wi dent of Columbia University, says plant. submit to conscription? til, after the war. If the valiant T.'he expects to raise the til! after the war. it tne vanant i. Herbert would kindly close his mouth, toVmf and keep it shut for a while, he might 'do the state some service.'" That's a straight tip to Herbert Len- nox to "shnt up." that the minority "of the citizens can impose a system upon the majority is to deny every theory and principle of responsible government. It is certain that if a modified form of conscription would no', carry in Australia, it would not carry in Can- ada In Australia the population is. B'most whollv of British birth or de-jof Lethbridge officers have won re- Ecent In Canada we 'have a large cently, was instituted in 13lD "for] proportion of our population not cqnjjrment on captains, commiss.on- The Military Cross, which a number MR. J. McEMVEN, of Dundas. Ont., writes "For fifteen years 1 suffered with piles, and could get no permanent cure until I tried Zam-Buk. Alter having given Zam-Buk a fair trial I found I was getting better; and in the end it cured me com- 1 R. JAMES RUDDY, of Killaloe. Ont, "I suffered greatly from piles. The pain from these, as anyone who suffers from them will know, was -at times almost able. I tried first one remedy and then another, but all without effect. The piles still continued es bad as ever. I heard about Zam-Buk and commenced with the treatment. To my great joy, after perseverance I obtained relief frorrithe aeonizing pain of the piles. Having been cured I heartily recommend the balm to all sufferers from piles. WHY ZAM-BUK IS SO SUPERIOR. An eminent icientiii the other day, !h.t the wonderful of recent ye.rj was ihc discovery of Zam-Buk. Al loon "ingle thm layer of is applied to a wound ,uch injury is wiured .gainst blood again. A, won u Zun-Buk i. .pplied sort, or a cut, or to skin disease it slops the smarling. That is why children are such fnerds ol .dam-Hut. A-ain As soon as Zam-Buk is applied 10 a wound or lo a duelled parl. the cclfi beneath the skin's surface are so stimulated that new healthy tmnc is ouickly formed. The tissue thus formed U worked up to the surface and Stoally casts off the diseased tissue above it. Thi, il why Zam-Buk cure, are permanent. _ WHAT ZAM-BUK CURES Fo" ecjcma, blood-poisoning, piles, ulcers, lores, abscesses, varicose ulcers, bad leg, cold sores, chapped hinds, cuts. bums, bruises and all skin injuries and dis- eases FREE BOX ALL KINDS OF THN8FER WORK, j Satisfaction Guarateif. Prompt and Phone 171 B. WIGGJ cases "zam-Buk is'without equal. SOc. ill druggists and stores, or post Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for pnce. Heiuse imitations. U5X.) WHAT YOU CAN DO_ FOR THE (By RETURNED SOLDIERS A.-' R. TJoble, President of the 'Khaki League, Montreal.) Hamilton hears that the financii right and by legacies in wills. interests b'ehiud Loew's theatre, T ronto, have secured options there and Contracts for construction of four; mtend to erect a theatre, thirty-five-knot destroyers for the C S. navy have been awarded to the Th( Bath Iron Works, of Bath, lie., vessel to cost for hull and j tjnge ot prus5ianism. He couldn' machinery. whv hp shouldn't act The Military Hospitals Commission and many official and private or- ganizations are spending much time and energy in behalf of the returned soldiers, but every Canadian citizen should and can take an interest in the national heroes. Many have neither time nor oppor- tunity to join an organization for that purpose, but ranch is to be done by individual and independent effort, in- telligently directed. Here are a few suggestions which may heln you to do your part- Give Them a Welcome When you see in the papers that any of the boys are returning to your neighborhood, get together with a few of your neighbors and give them hearty reception. Don't treat them to alcoholic re- freshments. Many of the men are not in normal state, owing to what they have been through. While under ordinary _______, _ will no wish' to do an Injury to those wh aave endured so -much for you. Employment Find out what jobs are vacant i your community. Make it a matte of pride for employers to give th first chance to a returned soldier. .Encourage the men to get back t work.' Loafing is 'bad -or them, a it is for any of us. If you are an employer, give th returned soldiers a fair show. It ma take a little time for them to gc their bearinas. Have patience with them, and encourage them, they hav suffered so much for you. Vancouver World considers under ordinary a ,r Sam H'udies' fault was a rink might do them no.harm, under British born.or of British descent. -A conscription referendum would fare A new campaign for the purpose lot raising for the relief of Jewish war sufferers will be ed 'officers of a lower grade, warrant j augurated at a mass meeting to be officers and colonial or Indian military I held in New York on Dec. 21. cription referendum wouia iare _ __ .e here than in Australia. In the Jt consists of a cross of .prei..dent exnresses aaesire Antipodes the conscription proposal having the crown on for Ws remaill for four each arm and the letters "G. K. I. in: years m0re, but he will not stand the centre. It must be worn on the; in the way of any of the members was "very n-d., It was only directed each arm and the letters was 't auto- left breast before all decorations and'. who wish to resign for personal( rea- fore the ot Ws infant child and medals, with the exception of the V. sons- I at single men and the following classes of single men were exempt: 1. All unilar 21 years of age. 2. Only sons. 3. Single men who are the sole of dependents. 4. When one or more members of A family have enlisted, the remaining j members un to at least one-half of the whole family will be exempt. There will also be exemptions for the number of men requisite to carry on certain vital industries. Other men who claim exemption for Epucial reasons will have their cases heard by non-military tribunals, appeal to a State judge and final appeal to a justice of the High Court of the Commonwealth. No State of the Commonwealth which has furnished its own quota of reinforcements by voluntary re cruiting or by compulsion will be re quired to make up the deficiency of any other State. The power asked for to compel military service abroad will be granted to the Government for the term of the war only. Why was such modified conscrip- tion defeated in Australia? An Aus- tralian newspaper man offered a few explanations. "The most active said, "was made by the extreme ele- ment of the Labor Party of which Premier Hughes, the chief advocate of conscription, was the head. The ex- treme wing is made up chiefly of the I. W. W. and is very largely of Amer- ican blood. The politics of the ex- treme Labor Party is almost entirely in the hands of men from America. fThey made an effective fight against conscription, largely by attacking cei: utterances of Premier Hughes in England, which-were held to be too Imperialistic. "A heavy vote against conscription Hiras cast by young women In factories, and domestic occupations 'who hud had it carefully drilled into them see" why he shouldn't cratic fashion." Sir Thos. Esmonde, a Nationalist member of the British parliament, called on Sir Robert Borden, Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Mgr; Stagni at Ottawa. The Sarnia police have been asked to find Robert Cooper, who left his home a few nights ago, shortly be- C., and after all orders. It hangs from a white ribbon with a purple stripe, Joseph Tumulty, secretary to Pre- Wilson, in the new Wilson cab- Thqngh it confers no individual prece-1 sident Wilson, "will be postraas nor any addition after rlniant's name it is regarded as a upiaiiLa uauie, 11. 6 Chicaco. -Mr. Bunesuu, uiu mark of great distinction and is only j postraaster.general, it was rumored awarded in case of very notable retjro to his home in Texas 'the new cabinet is made .up. while his wife was critically ill. Mr? a resident of Heath trict, ten miles east of Wainwright Good Without the Bad IVORY SOAPJias all'the de- sirable qualities ot all other soaps and does any work that any other soap pan do. Ivory Soap has none of the undesirable qualities of other soaps and leaves none of the disagreeable effects which follow the use of many soaps. Ivory Soap will .satisfy you in every way. 5 CENTS IVORY SOAP Procter t Gamble factories in Hamilton, Canada is in the hospital at Edmonton in r-general in the new Wilson cab-tserlous and Mrs.-Kimball, according to gossip that reached an jDmate of the same house, is dead, the present as a resllit ot a coal oil explosion. Admiral Sir A. H. Markham, K.C.B., vriting from London, England, .to A. I De Tremaudan, author of the 'Hudson Bay says that in his opinion Hudson Strait is navigable .it least five months in the year or nine out of ten years. D. O'Leary, Irish Nationalist, and adherent ot John Redmond, has been elected a member of the House of Commons from the west division ot Jork county in succession to James p. GllhooleV, who died October 16th. The smallest campaign fund ever spent in Kansas has been reported to the Secretary of State by A. W. Smith of Topeka, Kan., one of the Republican Presidential Electors. The sum, is cents. In order to assist the British gov ernment's efforts toward a maximum economy in the use of paper, the London Daily News announces tha It will cut down the size ot Its issue to six pages, although this, will entai a- serious monetary loss through hav ing to refuse advertising. It Is ex pected other papers will follow th example of the Daily News. Kitchener is the brand of whta which won for Seaser Wheeler th first prize and sweepstakes'at th recent exhibition at li'l Paspr Texas in world's competition.' Kltchene which is a brand produced by M Wheeler himself at Roathern, was i competition with Marquis anil othe varieties, and was in aihibition to the second time, its public a rent being at the Saskatchewan pr vincial fair In July- when It wi awarded sweepstake's wheat, resent conditions it might he a very YOUR FURN; TO REPAID Gco. R. Dlxon PHONE 1097 REAR STAFFORD ioCK THEM TRANS! STRONG DWLER GRAINJnd Commission Machants Our arofl Jon li at your iervlce and wit >ur lenca wo can to eat you the her jrieei for your grain at any e and fer any grade or kind iratiL Phong M 1922 Cl Office 1866 Lethbr 1811 L.thb Our Agtntt w J. A. CUM NO Lethbridge I f Quota- tions In SAtBERG LETHBRIDJALTA. "ALWAYS iRKING" by let- car of You may mft ting us bid oh wheat, barley 01 IT COSTS YIJNOTHING. Our Letiibridge .offices represejSEpVICE. J. H. Local) Office Phone Resldenea 572 Greens and corn pone are retain mended by people of Texas to retnc the cost of living. ___________. K. Cornwall, com manding officer of the 218th batalion (Irish believes thaK has been' established in coipction with his .battalion a record it will he -very difficult to eqi'l any where, inasmuch as twentyfOur of the 'twenty-seven officers, jfcludins the 'Colonel'himself, have Ijpn pro- moted from the ranks. Healthful Sleep is necessary for the enjoyment and prplongtion of life. During sleep Nature renews forces of the body and restores the energy. _ Sleeplessness is one of the evil results of indjpon. To avoid it, keep the stomach well, the liver acjp and the bowels regular. The health of these organy Is Assured by Beecham's Pills. A harmless vegetable; remejl'which acts immediately on the stomach, liver, boweid M- neys, toning and putting them In good wori MilUons of People sleep well airf keep well the first unfavorable symptom, they Begm THE CANADIANBANK OF SIR tDMVND 1 AIKD. Mtaaa H. V. f. V. C. BROWN, Smarlmaitaat ot qtaml j CAPITAL, SAVINGS BANK Interest at the current rat. U of and Careful attention is given to f Small ire welcomed. Accounts may be opened by mail. Accounts may be opened in the f or more with. drawali to be made b, on. of thtm WM Lethbridge Branch-- Brymner, Mgr. 1313. PHONE 1484. CO. GIAIN HEAD OJ1CE, WINNIPEG Write orjione at our expense if you havfiraln to handle. We you tha beat price and give prompt rirnB. N. T. hCLEOD, (HA', .iQBR SHEt-OCK A priinent Lethbridge far- mer wsfed into our office the other (t. "I UE! to sell barley to James Richarin in Kingston fifty years he saltj, ''and I want, to do justness the firm again.'! The rices are so and the spreaJbetweeu grades so wide this yfr th> nyeqpf expert workJl.along the: AI- bertafti Winnipeg in 'Fort rSUIL.Ereater than usual Thfkind ol'Seryice that lives lante -memory ;for fifty youra.when-you make nils of lading read '.Nptify RicharpBQllf Llm- j car seals', niarlfera and ll price cost rite'T801 B pher- Jlildg., Lethbridge' or phone Ianagert phone beat Lwnjs For Sale i flMit loh land) In fwtkfrp )h mllu In wnthlp 11, 'rfMIM an< II, I of 4th Buy the Nt IfllMlimtn yrltw Iprmt P, TABBK Or at thf Cfinfrtf ;