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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta rnr. iJKl HHMIWJ4I HUItSnAY, ..NOYRMHER 22, 1917 tight now lo become despised as a profiteer union Is rtvoltlDc (o every true Catixllia xvbo believes thai (da's U Just and >ho ktlte'vM. os Sir VVtltiU Lturter hfaiMlf declar- ed at the bednnlns ol the "Canada is in this tlsht >o the list msn nod (he list Bafly. delivered, per: wcet tally. UUvrrM per .BaUy. ty'-all. per :-Wwklr. by moll, jrwkly, br mill, per to Itst IHt Offlco OSco W. A. Buchanan President and Msnaglns Director John Torranca Business of Mplry or mmcrlpUoti dally on addraM lit-eL Acce ance p; pi pen expiration U authority to THE PROGRESS' TUe Germans were not the only sur- prlsrf people -by the British ortenslve on-'the-Ams'troDt yesterday. The ludden .laancilne ofa drive In this direction was a complete surprise all Tho atlick was delivered eVor a 3J mile fronl betwetn Arras Quentln, the -.chief sains, Itre miles in depti belns mada along" the Bapiome-Clnbral rosd. In the direction of Csjubrsi, and in the Vicinity of (Jralnrourl, ilavrincourt, names which have not figured In the fighting for more than t year. .Th'e attack launched without artillery preparation taking Ihe. Ger- naens by surprise, and overcoming ,j: them "with- scarcely an'r V The linta did the work generally loft artillery, and the offensive bas I Id date a. complete success with 10 show faf resistance Irom'Tne enemy. On the Itali-an frOEt the Teutons firmly, with every evidence [.that they will not be able to further I' In Palestine, the country surrbund- Ipg Jerusalem is. In the hands of the the ancient capliil Is OB i Ife'e'.TcrKe vS capture... MR. PACK HAS NOT YiT EXPLA1NEO HIS POSITION Two letters appeared In 'iVednes- dsjs edliion ot Ihe Herald which go most clearly' to show that the alaud oi the Uti'ral-Lsurler nominee In thU riding. U Pack, on the Military Service is clouded In doubt at we have claimed. B. F. whose nsme appear- ed on Mr. nomination pipers, lells us tail Mr. Pati Is an Independ- eat fanner and labor candidate en- dorsed by the Independent Parmer and Labor Aisoclation, and that he endorses the plaltonu ot this associa- tion which accepted'tha platform of Ihe labor atrly of Canada. Mr.. Banowman who Ls recognized as ona of the letjlng labor men of tbe city. In the other letter, tells 113 whst the platfprni of the labor pJLrt.y.ot Can- aite j> on tbe issue of conscription. He styi: Let me quote, Mr. Editor, from the endorsed report of the executive coun- cil ot lha.Tradea and Labor Congress of Canada, oo conscription: "It Is not deemed" either right, patriotic or in Ihe interests of the Dominion or'of the laboring' cUssM to say or do aught that might prevent the powers that be from ohtalnln; all tbe results thai they anticipate from the enforce- ment of such law." There nothing clouded about that stand. Labor'may not be satisfied with all'that has been done to con Irol profiteering, bnt at ,the samo lime labor H willing lo accept the ililltary Service.Act as law. tlons ij Medeod and the irtel are good. A. the result of good cro.1 and belter'prices, many farm- ers are bnlMlcg new wllb all modern convenances, water, sewer and eiKlrtc light. Several Jujl east of Macleod have been successful In finding good eupplles of water, from one hundred lo Iwo bunirrf some of these the water comlnf lo within u Caw feet of the top ot Ihq ground- tliuj they hive Increated the value oi their farms. In some fitly per cenl. Several alias ot farm land during 'PICKED UP IN PASSING THE BUSY MAN the past jrlcas, up ai high as }50 an acre, baje.been made. The tale of victory bonds are pro- gressing, and Iho secrelsry Is con- fident of Jlacleod coming. un.lo Ibe ark sel for her In this Important ale. naively admits WOULD FEND. ASUNDER lajirierLIberai snpporters confess L to be. highly. ]uuilaiit- over j ihe fact that 12 Euppoiiej-s'bf Ijurter's 1 1 L f It Mdnday as agaansl sftvsn would just like 16 point preaenlatiTe .'names on the.non Watelln hopes Will clear our dllerana. that "the'IJberal party of Canada as repreWnted'in the LelhbrldEe riding bas endnned bur nominee, Mr. Pack, and TOU [led their re- nomlna- Ihli con- less'li doet apt. It f Imply deepens the' myslery. Again we Mr. Pack: Art you a laker candidate willing to support "the.JfiUlirT Service Acl as Congren of Cansda'is Or arp you candi date pledged ;to .the referendum policy and the supnihrn of the act untl! Is They .'are diametricBlly op- There hatt-wfly.fxrailfua j that fact significant? la Vnoogh. In give pause lo Ibe .lie eight other provinces jJW-tbe-DGiililocl' boast "of. the Laurier-Libefals doml- !i oIlie'DomlMon by ia from ns to' encourage raft- U3iif3; al: ikould itand all'nnlt- to the world. BntQoe- showh her. hand Inthis fight never.dared ,to saow It. before, quirk there It In we do not Jprofeis. tc icuor." It is' Qnebac'has Ion, proof of lo foind In lit U aocla- m thli .jioor wtieh for unity of action, moat not and .v._ .'BbViJlbjr hsrtelf U be divided by n Yioe'selllsh Jrovlnce.' And Ibe peo'plt vof .Wnada, raellxlng the duger 'will emphatic answer to Qae- ji; on December 17tb. MUST NOT BIECOME NATION OF PROFITEERS i J'J. Gemjnyja sneer at the British at ol the war. was that was "a Dalloa of shopkeepers" "would reiuae to give np their pursuit ol commerce to fight Invaded anil trampled Bel ?-iftuni.': .Gen. Hals showed yesterday nation of sbopkeepen could .when routed In a righteous cause. Canada, alter subacrlWng jears to Sir Wilfrid Laur- Ihat "Cansoa Is it Is 6t .war" and il an Irnportant part i thrjjltefeji.t oi. hua alms on wej (i drop oiit of the flgh y itself 1 v-'-- afie'r an, meHIy whlfcli cin'ne.cloaked. noder the name of farber and labor candl datoL-'Tile peopW woajd like, to .know and hive a right to know your tnswer on Ihll iaaae. ;4; And will SCr- Wakela, who professes to speak Pack, ilndly tell ns Ot' a .cpnsdentlmia objector THE.WAY .OF THE I POLITICAL Olk-HARD Thi Siy of the political die-hard li ai hard as he Is. Hi li an 'InttreiUag' In psychology linrier-IJtarala fnrnlsh plenty of'eiaaplM for clone itndy, aod lie worth -while. Here Is. the way a we41-ir.own easl ern now'tpaper man ilxes tbcm np: Today I met a.alrong Laurler man whan th'ree ions ire ta kdakl am whose, dtaghtsr. li drirlng a Red Cross motSr. itli hi .Is no more Toting' for BourftUa: than a .decen ConMrTatira six afo'waa aup- 'Lbea mtntster of pnbll whom he rejpajded at a may be Uu_exnnMed: Wa are be- ing gashei alou the road. aak nla fomi ,to die fo deaioency ta Ceaaji. Greet'wraog xtve heea coBfflJtted la Caaada dur lag Iheee lut three yeen, and tb Itnal day of JolgTxienl li at hand uc lutlct nuit be executed on Ihe evl dbera evea tbough the goveranen fall.' One eta Inrt salie at Ibe Idee.o [he Quebec combination supplyb :he Ih'ptretlon for our delirera'nc from Ihe Pmnlaiilzlng effects of loo-sirennous .Ijhtlr.g of Pmsslan Ism. But the Lenrier Btron and the 'Kue of late lacoapetance. I war admJnLiijritloD Is deep.- To men Ulllles which ca'naet forfct tb'e talnj Ihit' are beblnd and wblch are no swift In grup ths tlftdilanoa of ih last halt yeer't changca, a Union gar eminent Is as ImpoEslble as an ox I The tola) reglstntlons to date In .leva Scotia under the Mllilsrj- Service Act are 28.413 and the claims for ex- emption are IJ.Mt. -The percentage ot exemption applications disallowed Is about IS 1-J per cent. Kev, Dr. Bruce Taylor, recently ap- pointed principal of Queen'e Univers- ity, Kiugston. OnL, who U la Ihe Mon- treal general hospital recovering tit operation for appendicitis, continues to Improve. f' The city, council of Montreal has restored lo Mayor Martin the priv- ilege of granting iifnulta to cooiiths ago the aldermen abol- ished the privilege. AMerman Blum- enthat said Montreal was the only city wblch would tolerate such a propoaaL "Because Montreal Is was Mayor Martin's Justification of it. years in federal prison anil a IB the first ol actual .MpeJtnlnt Nantluba subscribed J45.UO to Caumd.'.'s Victory LMD. Paul Deeroslers, whoae reck- less driving .of an automobile caused Ihe death ot Aum Uebert, 15, and ?harles Thious, In Iho far which turned Lurlle at Montreal was lo the penitentiary'for five years by Judge Pelletler. A -cable has been received from laigow, Scotland, aanoanclug the jdeath. of Captain >yilllam McMelll. formerly comuiauder of the AncUor- ILno steamship Cap- tain JblcNelll'a dee.Ui occurred on No- He wis veil kaown In Roy Grler returned from France fine of one thousand dollars each was nsl week on leave, and .expects sentence handed down'by-Judge Youmius to and Stanley Brown, Industrial Worker! of elurn again In a few weeks. He cys we ara all aee4ed over there. John Frinklio relumed from the oulh with thofouehbred nor- es. which he has added 19 his tin aluible string of torses. leased the agricultural land- and tables from the torn apd 'has fitted p these tt> suit. lie expecls to ip in his clnsa of'bdrsei during the oming year all the first urlzes. -and will not be second' la' many 'of the aces. Xomloation day pssjed off quietly. Many men of the whose repre- entatires, were nomloaled were on tand to assist In: bringing their men out for the coming 'electloo. ilra. H. Dawson, received word that her boy Thomas Henry >awson, who entitled, with thp-Uni- 'ersliy corps, after joining the 191str >nd went aversea's lite In 1916, has lied of wounds. He wea In England until _ April, "when hi'-Vii' iVnl to with others, and was 'In Iho Vlmy Ridge, being lUghtly wounded, ml returned to dnly, and-fn the tattle of October he was wounded and died from woiinds Nov. le was IS years and 11 months'otd and we> always a brlchl, cheerful Ibe World members at Aberdeen, S.B. I The nien were' convicted onra.con. splracy- Indictment.--' Eleven members received minor sen- lences. J. A. Maharg. of Moose Jaw, was -elected preslilent of the Saskalch wan Co-operative Elevator Company htle flon. George Xangley1 was re- elected vice president and John Evans re-elected to the .directorate. -'A pres-" entatlon was made by s committee (o Ihe Hon. A. Donning, pro- vincial treasurer who retired about Iwo years ago as of Hie' Co-operative Company to- accept a portfolio in Ibe Saskatchewan cab- luei.- Montreal, At the aunual meeting o! the Sas- katchewan Cooperative Ele'vator Com- paby reports were submitted showing a prollt ol J350.572, after allowing for Interests onl loans, depreciation, wsr taxes, etc. assets of the company f bow. an Increase of POO over the amount A year ago. A dividend of S pyr cent. Is declared which accounts tor. ot the profits leaving a balance ot for disposal. Witt-.the Victory Loan campaign only halt over, "the number UonVnow received by the. finance do parlaeWt already tolsl" more than for the last loan which amongst. forty twc thousand subscribers.- As there are thousands of applications througbou the Dominion which have not reached Hie lha Ihp number o( .subscribers -la already IhrM.'llmes tliBt of lit loViii floaleO last'antiimn. Shortly after- the robbery the ban- dits dashed from the ctly In an mobile which they; Jeft at the cnrb Tvhlle they syEtematlcally rifled' ait olber store. One customer, thinking it part of a motion picture with the robbers. He is In an hospital from B bloir over the-hcad. The.por- ter was also beateo into unconsckma- ness for falling to raove lively Then ordered. Although the entire police force started !a pursuit no trace of the men 'has -been fond: RELIEVED OF. OFFICE' Berlin, NOT. Schwander minister of economies, has bceii re lleved o[ th Order Royal Crown, s'econ class', Jt la announced ofiiclally- -Baron Von Stein; under lecretar of state, has been appointed to sue cetd him. Heir director press department, ha bMn'nsmed nnder Frledrich Von Payer, the rice chan cellor, has ft membervp federal council tFnm par 'Own dwrtsjwnde'nll Maaluslb, 'NOT. "The many frissds.'of Robert 'Thomas Campbell will to -learn 'of. vbia -heroic death. He enllstci in .131S In' Itie ilth Canadlu ambulance corps and In Sept. mt'wai on actlTe aerrice to the fronl In. France. Befon ullitlnc he icTTM'tbe King of linn M tie PriabyUr- ciujclL POT two raucceaatri lum- merf-ln 1914. and the mission HeUs-'of Klppenrilie', Mas- [naala and madi many close' today 'mourn Lbe lojj of'l 'iltar.iLnd true 'friend ud eoninaniaB.' The'." f ielda 'of- hla rlabori -have been and made belter.hv aiam- pta n a Uua aad Christian. In and ambition .to raise 'nnda toward bnlldlng a. church. -'Later on'he. heard tbe" call of .grealeT tnlngi lyhlch -he answered and sacrillcedjbis like so many hla work In "t'uiaasln not. die him as It waa taken iip by 'other willing bands and today Moslnaaln Is tbe proud communfty ;ppss'eE.sfng a nice cjiurch.-' A Ptt R- T. Caapbcll ie'ayes to mourn his 1039, bMMei'iils many (rlenda, one brother, William" who ruldee In Sleepy Hollow at present, and two and one 'in Ireland, his nalive- --.L.-'1 A Tery Impresilre memorial, ser- lca wai held on Sunday, NOT. 18tn In Afaalnasfn Un (on church by the mlseioiiary alndenl, Mr. N. A. McMnr- ray In-hoaor of the lale He'-'R.' T. Campbell. "Part of'a letter -V'ts; read at the occasion, juit "recelnd. b'yva loyal friend, that Impressed lujs a'udl- ence like 4 mtsiaft from beyond; tec rale. The dead-soldier delight at.lba lisiulllal pronre.i the church In Mulnailn has beep. 'mak- laj- in tie past Iwelre noiUirVarid voiced the desire and hope 'able In the near falnre'lo the work in llulniiln. '.V- A Terr ws o Friday night, NOT. 16th, Union church, peri urch, where a ghen In hohoj 'of Wr.iif. .'A: McMunar, lie of t a lion's 'skin. The. suspicion had of ToriM liey hare 61 ahopkeepers. does', not t Bnt support of wo tan-jnat' Hon. A; Slf S clearly; poiBtedJ-'pirf -Int. Were. CaaMa 'a jrieRBdioi ibat Ible ikcrald raon troops to the front but l Its. footfstuffc and nallng nniil- (o ''-''''-'-L: thai, could be a HTM they _ J and they are pleased to cill 'rentgads Orfls.' Jbe impec- cable Howell hit.become t menial ol Ibe big Interests, Tbe fearless Car- vell must live had a nerrpns col- lapsi wsr bas spoiled tbe7 Lib- so much tbe worse lor tbe war, Om Is compelled lo credit tie on bolh sides wllb real flealre lo win the war. Bui with Ihsm the political war which sidly with for llielr affections. The traditional way" ofjlooklng at eleuiom rsraala, Tlie nnit nt Into ihst old alignment clisa thli ig fat .on. Ihe lf7.wBO .are giving up thel free niiim iEVc'V- of the tlU lore In n nas.the staid ara ,ober tuii (0 the elsc- war' Inteikrcj w .war. 'sot many, n but _ they .will cause _ troubis Mil raonlb. They are the iield, who drafted. l.eler it p Ivy and" Vblti'. lore. A free-will offerlnt ._______ and the :nm of flZ.OO VuntM to- ward Ibe 'Mlnneapolle, oi Ibe most (iaylljht occurreil on'.' Ihe rash hburdita; blndlls cntertd store, to z bark ro clerk, wilh worlli r of AcconinMMlations x overlfte Scenic SKasta Route to'' Sunny Southern California You can stop at Del Monte, Monterey, Paso Robles, Santa Barbara, Los.Angeles, Venice, >Lpng-Beach, Avalpn and many .other delightful resorts. Ask ybur'local Agent for Information R! 6, Jennhga, D. F. i P. A. Aye. Spokane, Wjih. John M.'Scott, General Passenger Agent Portland, r SOUTHERN PACIFIC VLINES The iloyil Naval jS0rvice A limited mumber oil men are reqnircd for the ROYAL'NAVAL AlR SERVICE. Briti oi aatmnt BritiMi rnkjc 305 OTTAWA Canada's Victory Bonds WHY for 's Vidocy Bond: t? Is it BECAUSE stake, and Canaua mai money to support our (oldiert 'fightmc In France.' This Bank will accept Victory 'Bonds to tbe amount of J from any one person for keeping for one year without charge. Loans will be mide (a earners on favourable terras for the purchase of Victory Bonds: How much will this enable 'you to subscribe' for? THE CANADIAN BANK I 10F COMMERCE Swrlj HOME OF THE VICTROUA- You Pianos-- n THAJ. HAit' RECElVEp'riT J i SINCERE' IN EVERY OUR PRCUD DOMINION. V BUT FROM .EVEPlY COLONY IN AUSTRALIA, INDIA, NEW "ZEALAND. AND bTHER 'POINTS -THAT'tHAVE PROVEN THEIR ABILITY TolWITIH. AND THE SEVEREST EXTREMES'OF ItTcONblTIONS IN MOUNTAINS, SEASHORE, ARID DRY-BELTS, -AND? SEVER? .FROST. OF OUR CENTRAL PROVINCES; IT WILL BE TO YOU p TO 'PERSONALLY -IN- SPEOT THE UNUSUAL O DA'S LEADING FACTORY. -P'fSCH LIMITED FIFTH 6.T. ,S, 'MASON 'fit. (aALMORAL. BLOCK Canadian Farmer's Real riend; w T OUR letlers will be answered, Wll gel the Tlon you need, you will get the advice and-uilataaceryw] rteslre free, provided ,lo wh.oiu money for the answer we send you, If you become subeeriheT to PARMEH'S MAGAZINP..-Thl3 magtllne ta The Men on the Firm' The Women on Filrrt them plan 4ml tells them Helps fh6m In their hone. pUn- how to coiwlrflct itables, nlng and nuking.-, sheerf barns, hen houses, allos, dweiliogs--1 Tells all'aboul septic "tanks, hy- drau'lle'''ranis, ''vfillef-supply and llghUwj By'aleuM, power-fanning. ..Olv'ei adrice and (fifbrmatlon with slyiM, rlreii pttteru inil breeding anil and other feminine Ih'ftrrtli. the health ot the 'h ,n farming co- r CUJIPLM. 7, Qtves newB' ol wortenV- work. In their kltctaea In matters' child- ren-rlhHr rtarlnf and opernlU'o 'melhodi, inveitraeDta, and For all It'pidvldea etorlie, spccjal articles on tliiicly'subjectji hy atnnlcura or csperimentera; and rnWaccurite Info'rmallon oil every matter it concair to. FARMER'S s MAGAZINE ilmc.i M miny regular deptrttnenlt as are iirlly found In farm papert Li about the moal tatkfvlng jwper get at nj price, aubstripiloti EVKRY Ijsne of iwoflh; liscausi It h riawnrlghl heWul In nrapllcil tift addco'and Irformallon (1 oil privale be worth FAHilBR'S MAGAZINE In your hpnie as-Jou would a hammer or i IncllsptnMWB hel.p. Have It Its frlendahlp. 'i'; Dellir-ptr ui JnTilt in you ttM hill. puhliahifJ. MMl'Mrl fubllttilnfl Cs., LU., 158 ;