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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE roun TW. LETHWIOOE DAII.Y AY, NQVKMB15H IC1.1 letbbribije Deralt) letbbribflj, Hlbevta PAILY ANO w e EKLY lum ot Quebec- that Canada's soldiers al the front shall be abandoned. tubicrlpV'on Ratei: Daily, delivered, per week Dally, delivered tS.w> ay, deivere Daily. by mill, per year Weetlr. br mail per {1 sa by mill. Tjcr year lo U.S..S1.00 BUILDING A HOUSE UPON THE SANO A common argument ot ihe quitter- parly In this campaign Is that Laur- ler -will win because J5P.PM men rail- ed up under Class 1 hire claimed ex- emption every COB of men will vote against the Union govern- nitiil> cooscriplioD policy because Ihiy don't wial to .Vo insult wad ever olfered Hre-.ileot and John Tcrrr.nee TELEPHONES Olflca l Office W. A. Buchanan lluslnfJJ Director Dues ol rsplry ot juoscJiplJoia ap- pear dally on aidresi lacel. Accept- ance ol pliers aller Mplration data a far authority to conUuua laB- tcrlcllc.ii. ____ ihe. free men ot a ftee country, and we will refuse to Riymoad, NOT. !J.-At a s auJ oiheii.lnteieitt.l clded T0 bo honor of i last night It a larewell reception nonor ci KnUht, who leaves thai a majority of men claiming shortly for Utah. under tho MUUary Service JJfmoao: House- The follow- ing committees were appolnteil to take charge o[ the (unction: 0 Brian. mond- Mayor Benlon. Masratl .Mayor Hardla. Lethbrldge, THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The great llriiish drive towards Cambrai. liss according to laif-'i rorls reached a poim three miles of thai important lo'.iu. anil Iho advance is continuing and spreading with the miaosi As ruuch territory has bfcn reclaimed from tho Gcrm.ins in Iwo dari'-lighling, it is EULCU, vras tiken by. the Ger- mans in 15 days ID lli'eir sreal thrust Bt Verdun. i The erost fffalurw'nf.'Uie present battle havt; and (he cav come to DJ Act will vole against iho act because they are afraid to liglr.. There Is a famous old British light- Ing song which runs: don'l want to light. But by Jingo, it do. tie." Few men want t'J tight r-ul there nrc !ower sllll who wil! reliisa to iaSc up r light whan they know they aro ol tha aL-i'. PishUns lias ao.w oo' open ground with bayonet work, and many o( the oMttme spectacular rushes cavalry swesping over great s're- ches ol open ierrilory.' j .Nowhere aloa- the entire, front 'of 33 miles in this battle have tha Ger- lusns succteded. in making a counter Several .futile attempts have beeu raadc. hut have been easily re- pulsed. The Italian iront Is- holding firm; and reports ore now cast lu a more strain. to the slate to decide whether or no' their services were more needed as lighting inen in France or In their regular occupation at homo. After all they were merely leaving to the stale to decide a question they did not leel'compelent to decide for them- selves, and al) (alt that tisy will vota against tho Union government becauso they don't want to fight Is Program-Levl Ilarter, Fred ren U D. King. Mrs. T. J. O'Brien, Mrs. II. S. Alien. Mrs- Alston. Mayor Denlon. Mrs Bealon. Mr. and Mre. Frani Holt. Mr. dJMrs. R. W. Bradshaw. Mr. and Gco. W. Qreen, Mr. and lltl I llgtH WU3U JITS. IV UlauouBU, tiihllng oil the side ot right and Mrs. Charles and Mrs. rt_- l.T anA Al rS 11. H. against the world's bully. The men who have claimed eiemp- ,ion under the act, or the majority of them at any rate, hava done, so be- csvse they were content to leave THE GREAT, HEART iv OF LABOR IS R'lGHTj President Compare of Ihe. American Federation ot .Labor has-delfned the attitude''of the, labor classes of li'e United States on the war. He places Iho needs of lie nation above all olh er considerations for Ihe duration of the war. and Ws attitude has been sup- ported by the labor congress nowi In session hy a'vote of 435 to 16. :The Herald believes that labor in Carnda is just as patriotic as Is labor gonitalon merest, bunkiitn. Let it also be rc-membc-red by those who are banking on support ol Lauv- ier's referendum policy by the men jfho have lor eiempUon that of thesa men'; have been tonnd to be .medically unliL These rejected men are Quito likely tojook at the whole matter in the calm light of- reason.. The are alrald, Late been Intent on building them- selves a house upon lie sand, and are due for a rude awakening.- TH'E MENACE OF BOUHA5SA1SM VBourasss Is Canada's: greatest poli- tical opportunist game fnjlSlL He has allegi- ance but he is.pitying the game again as nard as ever. The Manitoba Free Press declares that Baurusa has long now he.intends to UCO. -ui- Ellon. Mr. and Mrs: J. H. Walker, Mr. and Mrs J. G. Allred, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Meeks, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Evans, .Mr. and Mrs. John Turner and Mr. and Jlrs. J. L. Peacock. Karren, D. H. Km- 'y It. W. Bradsnaw, J. D. Watson. J T Hennlnger. Jr., J. ti IVacoclt. C. S Crest, Geo. W. preen, H. S. Allen, J. E. Meeds and A- P. Day. D. H. Kinsey. chairman with, power lo choose her own coamlllee. MeCarty, J- H. Walker, Mayor Benlon, Dlshop Har- Xer, D. H. Kinsey. J. L> Peacock and J. D. Watson. J. H. Walker was appointed secrc- Ury treasurer and the first-named of each committee Is chairman. Tha names of Lelhbrldso and Ma- gralb people are' Included as II was felt that uoth places and also the Wool Growers' Assoclaticr.. wished to do something to mart, their regard lor Mr. Knight who has done so much lor the development of.Southern Alberta In ED many ways. Quite a number ot prominent people are expected to bo present for occasion. UNES FOR TOMORROW AND NEXT WEEK COPPER NUGGET GAS With Rdmoir A WASHING TUBS SPECIAL t7 M A? See pur Cutlery Window for Bargains HAYR HARDWARE eo. Tha.ty'soiM ihlch is essential to Sir Wilfrid's campaign" can only be" secured last- session went on'record in favor ol tho Military Service Act, Thoie -'.''who endeavor -to create a dllfer- ent'impression are; deliberately yut- ling labor, anU Ihe tiionsands of men Irom'lheVanSsoI labor'.who are now fighting wit.fl Canada's army on lie west'fronl, in a' laiss lieht tetore Ihe people of. Canada, .'-'jihese men, who are opposing TJmon and Edrocating the refere'ndniii policy, should study jlhe'situation today in Hussia. niusin presents the plljablc EpecLacle of the labor clas'scs divided against their country and among liem- selves. Canadla'n labor do Canada .following V In Hussla's [pot sclps, bnt such-would be the rssull, to-all interiis and pur- poses, if the-" small disgruntled scc- tiun of-labor'men'.who have'presumed to uicUte for'lrJeTJ-hole'body lii this rldins had their .way and succeeded In people of 'Cjinada a referendum policy which would mean tho delay .ol-reinlorcemenls lor year at least and the "abandonment of the bbyi at Ihe froct .altogether. THE VIEW OF ONE-WAGE-EARNER I1 Woman Also Satcumbs to. Double. Funeral At a waee earners' meeting In the LethbrldBO district recently, nflwn lie ci the been explained, the were' asked to express their views. Onil said: V "FclloW have been president o[ your union for ii year or two. and I have foughf lite' hell lo get you better wages nnJ better work- ing conditions. No-iv lam culled In the lirst draft, and I am goL-ig lo fight like hell for you Jn Irancc-. .it is up to you lo support me hy buylnp Victory Bonds." ro'caaes Ihvblvlng'tho loss of human i laiv and order.1 Tfiey hoped Lliat e, sums ot Canadian educational system would biI PICKED UP THE 'BUSY MAN AGRICULTUHAL-IKPL'EMENT TARIFF NOT AN ISStJE "II the Union government nas done "f._rll (he Stfton claims, why Is 11 that the duly has not been taken agricultural Implements in order .V.. that the cost ol prod'jo'.lD? of food- jtuffs maj' be This question Is asked the Herald a Laurier-Llbsral in Ihls.rWIne. Ileralfl's answer ia simply this: The aerimllurai Implement Is. a flomealir. nucsllon, and ai "'soch It lakes second place to the great issue of'Ihe war. True Mends of Can- therefore not t.c disaatlsfled If the Union government takes- no steps, whalever to revise the duty on implements until after the.war-Is .over and ,won. 'i.', But we would also like to point (fut Laurlcr-Mbcral friend tLai. the. government. ol Sir wVa In power foe 15 years during times of peace and he did reduce the larllt even thoilgh-lie was put power on a platform which called tor'a. drastic '.ot'ititlle. wore for tariff re Jrdnctiori wllh.s Union phi the quietus, on Uie ami legislated, the alcohol but ot thin (o. ac- cept the, promise at oven !3ir Wlifrid l-Lanrlor that lie will abolish It o tar If r fvr acceptance, of this assistance" is al once fortlconv Is will ?ol bVbiif "faulC1 on behalf ol.the NatloMlisls. Thsre Is attached; every Lanrier-UberBl candidate in Quebec must bear ihe Bou'rassa brand.. They must'one and'all snbtcribe to a pledge which Mr. Bourassa and hh lleuten- i up. Tils pledge ti In these '.terms: "I, the undersigned candidate the federiil. deputation, by theie presenta, agree, if 1 arrj elecled, to exact the Immediate luipemlon Military Service Act cf 1917, and of all effects, until the Canadian electc-ri. have been by -a plebltcite, and should the majority of the people condenrn conscription In this re- ferendum, I jgree'to require that it (tho Military Act) be 'consider- ed -i voli and without effect from ill very origin, and that In conte-' quence the conscrlpti be liberated frorn service and discharged. "I alio -J." "A-" Armstrong, In North York and" was defeated by him In 1911, haa issued a letter to tho elcc tors of that conitltuei lo supporl 3dr. Arms! The'men .returned from overseas as totally unfit for further lervlce Bruce-V: McCrimmon, son ijl: who are convalescing in the Ca Chancellor Ai ill JlcCrinimon, bt Me-' njdlan hospital! and sanatoria ol the Mailer University, his received Military flospltals Commission In Can papers and Is now a full lieutenant In -J- his Majesty's.naval forces., Tie King's ColiegB Advance Move- ment, Windsor, U.S., has made a most encouraging start. Three gilts copied the call. Mr. Godfrey of each were received t... ing the llrit iayi. Riiv.'B. B. Sayiei, .B.A., (McJIas- ler, B.D. B.Th. (McMaster, ada, number Tho Rev.'J. W.' Godfrey, bl Chris Church, Sydney, N. S., has beer elected 'rector ol Truvo, and hai ac- la wa ChflrlpUe_lown, educated In Scotland'. Delore 1 but new flel (Chlcaso formerly pastor Alexander, of work In Flint, Mich., the Ilev. K for.Jlie past Iw has years has been reclor ol All Saints arms but will likely recover: The been called to the pastorale ol the. Woodstock and Trinity Church baby when '.rescued a moment .later First Baptist Church, 'of Flint, lllclil- Bcachvljle, was presented by (h by oua o( Mr. employees was foand to" te dead and today (Thursday) at 1 p.m. Jlrs. McMillan massed away as the result of the' ter- rible Injuries sustained. The house Itself was Eav !hc ellorta of several who arriyed'-fm-: mediately. Bnt the calainlly has cast a glo'om over the whole cora'rliunlty as Dan JIcJIIHan Is an old-Urner and well known. The funeral lenrice of the mother and child trill be conduct- ed in. Knoi church, Taber, on Friday at 2 p.m., after which the bodies will be Uken to Medlclni Hit for bnrialr of the Ojhawa Baptist Church, The nev. .P. N. Knlsht, of Bos- John's Church, to i ed thirty years of active servlco In Hi 1'liis L J Skuce, danghlcr ot Mr. above parish on Oclotrcr Hth last. Th md Mre A. Riley, Onl.' same organist has also presided at th combo, England, jwas married In St. wardens with a plirse cl gold. The flov. Canon Marsh, rector of S Paul's .Church, Lindsay, Ont., comple Mr. Knleht has been appointed Mission of notion and In the Diocese o! Toroiilo. Rev. A. S. Woodbariie, who Is ..a' Onl. s'anic orgunis.l has also presided at.t! to the'; organ during 'that period, .althoui A6V, A. gradnalo of 'University, and 7i? persona burled. _.. who served In India under the Cana- _ A Ihere'haye been throe dlflerenl Insti mdrilB. '.In. that time 988 children an a'dults aptlzed, 3GJ person 'confirmed, 540 married, .an (From Our Ovm Taber, Xov. Saturday even- Ing Ihe bam of'.MrT H..-Holmtn Jael south of lown was destroyed by Ifw, Mr. H. bl lhe ,U. P. A., Is on of the Victory Loan -OBi .Saturday 'tiler- noon In Ihe Palm On Thursday evenlhi'the .ladles ot lhe Boman CalhoHc cSui'cti' Berted a turkey dinner In (he, room of Ihe King (ieorge..- It was .one 6t ..the best ever aerved In antl merited the large Jttenrlance.prcaenl. The Victory I-6jn (or. Ih'e Taber dls- llrlct Is now drawing; tip W It still going atronis.'i.' The Union aid meeting with godd support the AVangrilsl, trie Rev. H. Arthur shown himself alreadr W'i'.nfM.or.icnl- lure, ol ileap ind of nlkrX (llln Foreign has boon tnrsnlng nostgradua'.e studies at thii Unlverslly of Chicago. In November he WM elected associate of First Baptist Ch'urcb, The Rev. Mallayappi -Doralsawmy Jsrael, a native Indian clergyman, who has worked as a ralsitqnary jn Mada- i gascar and In Tavloua parts .of Sontn-j em India, has been fippolnted Dy Indian Government to the Chrls'tlan indlin r-onlingdnt In MCBO-. potamla. Flvo hundred Ctnadjans ,In Eng- lish camps have enrolled'is students In Ihe evening'-claues of Lalln, OreeV and ihalhcinaltcs, and other university subjects the Chaplain service-v. Macklnnon, llalllaz, ol the Princess Patricias, s under Colonel for this latest The Victor .Loan objective for Perth counly has been placed at 41, The grand Jury, In their repo which they presented to Chief Juslli Mathers at, the altllrfg of Iho essi; conrl at regretted lhal Ih cd gllli. on Sunday'and church during the tilled al each Darlon and on Sunday, Ihcilrtf (6 Biding N'eiCweek' the. [ArpttM Is td hold Iho In cniirch. Md of which-------- to lubacrlhe )00, Llstowel tM.OM, Mllverton (wl ltli Mornlngton and tho other townships proportionately; The lolal aimed at Ifl considerably, less than tliree per cent. 6f tlld.assessracnl of the couniy.' At the BeconJ annual mcci Oil, Et PIUS FOR oney and among 'lorclgn speaking whoso bringing up and 'had' nol'been such, as'to acb 4hem the fight appreclallon' oi such thnt thoso things.would he laugh In every school Ihrouglioul tho Do I minion, and the'Hrlllsli lantiiat'C one Ideals upheld. n fitarti Ht .'I THI HOME OF THE .VICTHOLA Masort Risch Pianos are tlesigned for attractiveness and built for durable service I-- if were denldedly impractical to'tell aliiht favor-.1 able Mason Hitch thli iHere'we rnay'emphailze only They give'all the aatlsfaction ind enjoyment qf deaigned for; artistic attraction, :while affording the maximum of service...1. They are made of choicest materlali with 'chute construction that appeals to.good Utte. .They are designed In different and stylet tc conform'to varying'desiret of price and ex- penditure. Particularly nitlonal conserva'tlpn demanda rnost careful iludy of each pur- chase, the Mjiori Rftfri may be depended upon -for thoroughly gratifying service. M4.SQLN ft LiMLTED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHiRIDOE 01 ve "California :3yrup ef.; '.K Crotc, Sick, Feverlth, Canstlpited, Look back at your childhood days. tile ''dose" mother (nalslcd oil, calomel, cathartics, sou haled tlrem, how you fuughl against laklng Ihem. Wllli our children It's different. who cling to lhe rid form ol phyalc simply don't "realize do. Tho revolt Is well found, cd. Tlieir Under Illltlo "Insldes" are Injured by therri. If your child's r.omach, liver and bnvrclH need cleansing, glvo only dell clous Syrup of '.It action Is positive, but gentle. Millions of mothers keep Ihls lur'mlCaB "fruit handy; llie'y linow children 16. lako It; that ll.never'lalls 16 Canadian Farmer's Real :r, letters VI 11 be inawcred, 'you will get you need, you will get the advice yon .desfre: free, provided by ojperls to whom' we pay real money' for Ihe answer. we tend you. If you become 'a subscriber to F'AHMEPJS MAGAZINE. Thin magtilno Is' V agtilno Is' y; '.The Women on the Farm. llclpa them In.theli1 home plan- nine and mailing, s [n prol.lema. i )n matlerri pertaining to cblld (b ,rneet again, at ---.7 rffiry Ifl tot. lap J (ells Se.e.lhat'Jl made 6y "Callfarnli Fig Syrup Company." lie- fuse any olhor klrtU with The Men on the Farm ilclps 'them plan nnd lolls them liow to "copstruci barns, slnhles, houses, silos, and rljreinilgs. j TelLt all aboiU sepllo (anks, by- heaIUl rcBrint; ail dfaullo rams, wiltcrsupply and syslems, .irtylcc anil Inlorniatlon Deals .with styles, ilrcis paltcrns nbout feeding ami breetllne nnd and other (ernlnlno, interests. ofanfnials; about the ,Dd business .sldd. ol larmlrs, Co- opirallvo methods, InvealmcMs, cululre' Bnd'lnsuraricq, Oivos. news .of woman's work For'all l( special arllcieS oii'llmely subjcclii not amateurs or csporlmontcvs; nnd lalcsl tnu mosl accurate Inlormallou on every miller ol concern to "i iarrtera i i r FARMER'S MAGAZINE has throe times as many regular departments is ire oruln- arlly Iminrl In farm papers nnd, la about Ihe most entlsfylnr. paper you can Jet HI kny Subscription 11.00 year f. i VBitr" iSsiio sf WnMEn'S Is ilolWr Is ilofrnrlglil helpful In ptactlcal wayjif Tile free 'atlvico 'and Iniormalion II nupplks on by private hiny be 'worth many Have the t'AHMF.U'S: MAOAZINK .In yoiir homo as you would a hamrrler ov a an and help, litre H for friendship. f'rUt la, One Dollar pel year, 814 ui send It to you, .remit itt It wtun VH bill, AcMriM the E publlihlnj lihlnj 153 Unlverslly A've., TOKuto. i y-'fV' i ;