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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THK MONDAY, NOVEMBER ROE npPISOLOK Won't Gin Wholesale Exemp- Must their Judgment Oltawa. Sov. far as Is known by the mUltary tervice coun- cil there no intention of ao oi-der-in-councll lo give farmers whole- tale exemption from service. Humors that iuch an order-ln-couacll Is In contemplation have reached heie trorn various points. In reply to a query on the ouMtlon today, E. L. Newcombe, president of lie mlliury service council, slid: "There, Is no general provision of lie of the regulations provid- ing for the nnlveresl eiemptlon of far- jnerj from the oliUiaUon of military service hai bean charged alike upon all cltiieni of mlllttry age; but by tie general policy of the law and the Irutrwlloni lasned to tribun- als, tha fanning fndnstry la certainly 'recognlxed aa one of the ntmost im- porlince to the national and It li the duty of tribun- als, is the proper eiecutlon of the re doty wlti vrhlch Ihcy are fhir'ged to see that effect Is given to tamers' claims In proper "Men who are habitually and eftec- engaged In the growth ot ag- ticaJtaral products And whon labor cannot be. diverted from that occnpa ilon wiiioH diminishing mi Mlirr Fuppry, are. In lie Tlew the military trrrtta eouncD. entltM Co exemption so lorur aj !tsy continue lo be uefnlly employed In fuming. It is aaicmftd that the tribunals will re- arln Ihit farming Khonld nccesafoUy with rallltary aerrtce In Ifeoee.cves when It b ea- IHEOMKDICIIE TIIATIP Again Pwes Its Eitraordlnaiy POMS Rccaox, Qri., March "I hire received lie mut ironderful from takiaj Fruil-a-tiics 1 suffered for yeirs from RtirvuttHim and chinje of life, and'l took every remedy obtainable without rewlti. I tried "Fruit-a-tives" and it the only medicine that rtalljr aid nu good. Now 1 am entirely Rbcu- autism his disappeared, and the ter- rible pains in my body ire all (one. I that others, who suffer from such distressing diseases, will try "Frult-v MiUiKi 1SAIE JIOCUON. boi, 0 for trial tin, 2Sc. At all dealers orient postpaid by Fruii- a-tim limited, OlUu. (or the litter service, will materially diminish the output or production nec- euary fw.the maintenance or effic- iency ot-, the. expeditionary force or the support of tha people at It It not In contemplation, so far tie council Is Mr. Xew- combe added, "lo effect by order-In oonnoll or otherwise (any modiflca- UOQ ot the principles above "ennnclal PROTEST HOLLWEG London, Nor. despatch to tbe Xxchacge. Telegraph at Amster dan says pan-German newspapers re- ferred llelr protest against Dr. Von the former taper Ul chancellor, bring permitted to jc to era what they allege la a mltflon of: great political Importance accompanied-by his former assistant iablUhed ISal the withdrawal from the I Arnold WahnschaUe and a itafl o .former ocewatln o! off. manned Ttor Urer b the Best Beaityltoctor Bit UMlinluJUpMMO ___ Kr 50 pifl Carter's little liver Pffls For PiM, Pih, Wty-Fitti MdrHi's. Im Pills AUCTIONEERS We wlttt lo Uul .and L; I. NichoV- ion coEsoIMitwl terearU as uctloneeri ind Tip. epBdocl anyTrberi la- tiM trortace; beat of workman- .tblp Afid utlBfactlon For nle'daUt, plione 10J3 or HE Rurml. for bnftieB, LeVALLEY AND N1CHOL8ON Auctlortcrv. MOVING We Halt, 'a Furniture' and TM onry (O-nrtd ta olty. PilrnHurc PHONES: Coal A. rtiinc 10M The McLean Transfer ul i( Will Serve Show Who's Who ia This Con-- test, ?ay Papers Kitchener, Ont, Nov. m-s Record speaking editorially on 0 Saturday nigh t demonstration The Brawn and Brain of a boy arc not.made out pf i books or sermons. JKey aje built out of foods that supply in well-balanced proportioa, and in digestible form everj' needed element. These ele- _mcnt s are found in Sknddd' BUcmt, a real-vihoe ealthy'gums, Children like and thrive on it. It is eady-cooked and ready-tof cat. For breakfast, or any meal with milk, or-cream. Aade in Canada. v; M. I? wheat food which all the material for-building the human body. A perfect food for growing youngsters. Its crispness encourages thorough chewing, which gainst Sir Ilobert Bordeu, develobs' aiuria teern" "s'nri treatment Sir Robert Bordtnl SOUno. tCCtn ana ceived'from an organized tody ot tslurbers has branded our city with scar that we cannot remove.' To enly insult Ihe flrtt minister of the own displays an Ignorance .of the due our public men that.will ot soon be fdrgtrta. Such dlicourt- ous treatmen to tho first minister of anada Is a shame and a disgrace 16 ur city. It is an incident which; Is the eflecllon on the entire community nd which ve can 111 afford-" Toronto Comment Toronto, Nov. riots t Kitchener, OnL, the Mall and Em- Ire fays editorially today: "Pro-Cenaan insults to Canada's rentier will not be soon forgotten. If be loyal element of Kitchener o make amends It onght to organize rueellng. to which admission shall by peraonal ticket, to allow mlnist- of the union government to nt their cut. Rowdtun cu be put own If the will exista." The News says: "Kitchener musi loct Mr. Welchel to reinstate herself D public esteem: throughout the Mralnlon and to protect (Is trade wllh Iho rest of this country." On lls front page the News carries bis qnesiion In two Inch red letters: Is Kllehenw, Ontario, still Tho Star aayr. "The Kitchener mob robably thought the row raised on aturdly night was'a great success But It avlll serve to wake up a. lol ol ftople all over Canada lo a reallza- Ion of who's who and what's what ID Sis election." Montreal, Nor. earn- ings of the principal Canadian rail ways for the third' week la November aggregated an Increase o those of the corresponding week o a year, ago of or 1U pe eentl, Each of'tie three roads show ed an C.'P. H. leading with per cent .'Following ;are the earnings for th past Veek and' from a yea ego.. j .Per 1917. Increase, cen C. P- R- ID. 0' T. R. i. C. E..' Total 14. WE SAVE YOU MONEY'. ON WEARING APPAREL is, SHOES FOB YQUnSELF FAMILY HENNEStYi WILSON NORTH LETHBRIOGE. DRAYING Of All Kinds WesteraTransferCo, f Limited M.'.C f. H. FftljM av 1161 WM DONT THE WAR VETERAN HOVE A JOB TD OFFER awVI EWES FOR SALE and 380 3 yn. ALL 900O TltMtt BT1 llTfl mWi i The JFelger Farming Co. Ltd. Box Ft 4ft In a statement, given to the Hera Monday Ihe employees.i, ilreel department the me deny that they .'are gelling jer ho'ur. .If-: they were geltlng th rage, they Ihey would not thinMng of a strike. They clilm the get 30 cents an hour and a of 5175 a week II they work eve day. This works out to 33 1-5'cen HT boor. The men disclaim' also that A Hitch Influenced Ibem In ihel'r dec Ion to quit work. He merely, addres ed the men promising them that, elected, the Great Falls rate'of wag for city employees'would be'iruMn effect. The men slate thai. whal'cJ cause them to strike' wafl tba'f L clerks of the treasury department had all received an increase In salary to enable them'lo live while the street department men were -being' reduced In wages one iiour a'day or; J7.80 a monlli. r 'r-.. his Crrichlra MUUrd N. Kobisoa AIM is-WW Torowo Papers 'in i 1 5 J Toronto, NOT. TJnltW ales 13 In tils war until victory rests _th the Col. Theodore Roioipe- elt, former president of the United ales, InleriieVed by the Toroato "The United Stales w'lll never quit ntll Germany Is licked. There will be o premature peace." "I am delighted lo said Mstvelt, "lhal' Canada's efforla in e war so far Is as If Ihe United ates raised and put nlfn the field. The effort of Canada ustralla bas been marvellous. In alt Islory there bas been no'sucn record j theeo two cburilries have o such Cuualtfei cimlng In today and Sat- urday Indicate that the draft ot 7Sth Battery has already beeln ac- tion. .Today's casualties include names .of Guner J. D. Creighton and Guoner Mlllard Boblson both of the draft, the former killed In acliou and the latter badly wounded. Gunner Rob uoETis a "son of .Geu.'-nubUuu of thla city and bli sitef Is a member of C.P.R. teleeraph staff here. Mlllard Jbluea" up "as sobii iiu hlsh school course. He Is guttering from gunshot wound In the head, arms and side, The Roblson family also received a wire thlc morning that Pte. J. Koblson, a brother ot Milliard's, has also been wounded. Pie. Jlobleon Vent wllh ;he first contingent, and was wounded tor the first time a year ago last June. He- Is suffering from a guu- shot wound'in Ihe. right arm: ..Tbe news has been received In Ihe clly that Gunner J. D. Crclgblon, who enlisted with the Dallery and w'entwent overseas with the flrat draft, was killed lu action November IQlh. His parents live In Eduionlou, where before enllsllng, he account- an{ with >a lumber company. His niolner has frequently visited Ja this city wllh her sister, jirs. A. Ham llo'n'r- Pie. Good, of Taber, who is with he'Infanlry, Is also wounded. Thqogh no announcement been made from th'e'opposltlon organization foo IOCASIJ1MS S O AP 'V labllahed and Ihe headquarters" ot Ihc-blacVsnilths and fiV.ers. .This was armies on tbo Hoes of communication I compleieJy. gulicd cfnd much' valuablo are reiponsllile for Ihe provision of [machinery 'ruined. a high adequate ncca'inmodatlo'n 'or polling j wind and big start obtained by Iho places (or Mlleilrig and raddling (lie deputypresldlng officers 'and polling clerks apjjolmed the iireslulns of- ficer .of the Canaulan elections. At cacL company Hie commander nnd lint- ter'y commander 'arc responsible for Ihe 'provision of proper voting facili- ties for those under their contruand. Canadian Ariuy." Headquarters In France, Xov. (Dy Ihe Canadian Canadian losses In lie slifeniious Passchendaele bailies arc being rapidly replaced with reinforcements. The fair weather, ol the past week is giving place to high' winds, rain and cold, signifying the. approach of the third war 'Winter, but all ranks face Ihe ordeal with won- derful splrll, elaled over their succcas: es; of the year and confident in Uieir superiority over thq enemy. Is centering. in the Cana- dian army upon the coming elections: Foiling- will start In Franco on Decem- ber 1. .No parties are here to make an appeal on' the strange 'war hustings with those familiar devices ot election time at bone.--- The army will reslsttr itB.votc BllenUr-; Thi last .those 'on servlce''ls 'fTemendousV. ffol Carjadiari Infanlryrbut Canadtin ;nursea, attached to the ei- 'pe.dllionajy.i' Can'adian cavalry, "J Brockvlllc; OnL, Nov. Tho Crank .Trunk Railway cnglilo shops narrowly escaped dcslrucllon last nlgbt by flro which broke out In a room nnd to the northern an- nex'wherein were'located-works of riding, fit is nudersfood nieel sefying arraaged. shortly for raH- N 'the soutt Martin one Mr. Pack's ..lieutenants In the .fight; caine north Irojn Cirdaton to Ray- irlond by Mr. Pact thley wm.Bhorlly begin a'tour. :31r.'Buchanan' this'" w'eet-w.iil'coyer large section of'llie rldlng'ioiilh and east or the cily. liilk River and swing east nnd.'norlh' [aland, llniEbinR'iip maSH'mee- Ing at Bow Island on' Frlda'y''night. The "union" candidate wllh the'heart feat support all'through, th'e country southeast-and east the city aad active even'.cfinlre. French fqrees, In Atie Royal Hying Corps, railway coriglnicllon battalions, and pthcr'de Cached units sprinkled'Sver the west em theatre from' the coast to S Every peraon, male or Icmalo, on ac live 'service, 'must" be given propel opportnnlly" to'record hjs ballol.'.Out .Ihe 'Canadian eip'edltlonar; force on the 'lines, of communication In each-army special.-'ppHs' are to'Le es flames, duo lo Inflammable material, Ihe fire brigade succeeded In saving Ihe main Glruclurc with tho exception of a portion oi'ihe roof- The blaio threatened much tial" proiHirly, which was-Baved by' roofs being covered with snow as tho ivlnd carried burning embers blocks TliD loss will run'lnto.lhu thous- ands and la covered by' Insurance. SASK. REPRESENTATIVE llegina, Nov. EHIotl, cx-M- L.A., lias been named as Saskatchewan ,lu go lo Fmucc, lo count Eol.dlcrs' votea for Saskatchewan constituencies. 'ffi KIN, a M'lym LOCAL 1st Aye and THE MOMENT REACHES THE STOMACH l' ALL -Really doea" bid rioniidi ti "really bTereone in4i- i leitlon, dyapepsla, -at V, louracii fn tire rail that-makes lanwl lelllng iloiBack.'-reciilMor ;ta world. II what yM Into atabborn Mlek'faj' ani Jov, Moose Jaw, Nov. will be an election lu the Moose' Jaw, federal constituency. All hopes of-Hon.. J. A; Calder securing the seal by acclima- tion dlsappearcd'when Ihls morning James 'SomcrvlIIc the Independent labor candidate, who had- brevioualy announced bis Intention of retiring on Monday morning, gave a statement to Ihe press announcing that .ho was in thb field.unt.'l the lasl.voie was count- ed. In announcing '.Mr. SoniervlHeVstateminl hints at ,ln iiEed to relrre It as follows: V: '.'Thls'dcclsion'fa arrived at without bias of Influence from any1 person.or 'quarter, unless It be from ,thos6 who set stampede arid, drive; me Ignomlnously from their palh." mmOPENED The new roller Day" Balnti cbnrcrl _, tongue All- at Barnwell which wai knllt till Jurrt i tt with and iUH IP wkfc.' (raly aitonh ait the lor IU k A will fire worth anl tU mer at a cost-of waa o'penei Sunday wllh ewenlony nm' -.Orrin H. Snow of Raymond, Il'il- Ing Ihe presidency. I of the': Taylo SUke, performed Ihe ceremony th presence of a large hdmber 6f peopl from fiaymoad, TAbo besides the Rarnwefl The church Is Ih prosperous coramintty of Barnwcll, It ta J t t w ,jf7 t tlTlly Ir conllnnraf la Ule Vrrdun JL. gion, east of ?rencli lit Ihsy capfurect -ye-rterilaj- (o north I of Hill M, ON FBer Paris, Nor. limited riuir her of men reqcired for "the AVAL AIR SERVIcfe.- Very hifh physical educational eland-r' ire required, and applicant! mint be .V..- iMtorml born British subjects, and the'aoni, U' i -ot njitural bora British lubieeti. j r ''AB i< Enjland. Wen wbilc 2Slb- blrtbdayf.'- For fnrlber apply fo ISM CliUf Naval Recrniliol 305 Welliagton Street, T OTTrAWA Overcoats Too Important t6 be overlooked needed! From the loweist to the highest priced, all bear the stamp. of: rnakes: them a purchase. u LETHBRJDGE ALBERTA ;