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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta J; VTHK Blbtrta 3AIL-T ANO.WIEKLIf Ralci: Billy, delivered, psr wees Dally, delivered per year Dally, by iaalL per year Weeily. by mail, per jwr Jk'wily. ky mall, per yeir lo Hit III TELEPMONM B'j3lne.-u Office. ......i---- Editorial Office W. A- BucMnin Preallent and Manikins John Torrarce Uuslne" Dltcs of eiplry ol sunjcrlf llona ai BUT dally on addreji laoel. Accept nca of papers alter eiplr.llon dato 1 i-ur -rulnorlly to ojnUnaa Ilia crlpllctu. PROGRESS OF THE WAR DescJ-llition of'the fighting on la western front In the present driv Bh-ows the greatest bitlle to bo I progress between Dourlon Wcod Cimhrai, where the armies are flgh Ing for possession of BourlcM Wooime good sense If he will only look at It as Uncle Sam has done. mm. Mr. Calvin lest, if Canada r. adopns a measure of compulsory 6tr- ve will have too many men at Ihe frost ft tn Canada will not be able to provision them and supply ihwu wlti munitions- This ffar haa eipreiwd by many who fcave not as their way clear to crt the prticy of lha Unlo. tov orient. Bat Mr. Oarvin wlU us wien we tell him that, In spll ol the fact that Britain has raised an array of more thin 5.MO.OOO' men the agrlcuitural products of Britain last year were about SB. per cent: A NtW Sir Clifford uotes that a new fra "has begun In the niatler of protecting Ontario's foreats iroui Tte ly Increased value ot pulp wood> .he ays has resulted In simplifying the ouestlon of fire protection In the new settlements o( Ontario and qutoec. The settler now knowa that pulp wood Is worth vTeaerYlnf. This ill- has stimulated jeltleraent (n Ihe northeru porllons of botb prov- inces and there Is some danger, that the demand for limber landi tor set- tlement parposes may .result la, the opening up ot areas where the Km unfitted for ajrlcullnre. Patronage tvll. to Ihe'matttf.ol lie, pal- ona'ge evil; Sir iild: "1 desire to repeat and emphasize ____n_ niimtnaHnr UP IN MAN What la considered as ilio best re: cord lu (be Dominion baa beeu Saskatoonu iu connccHon I with the Victory campaign. A llxyid lias beeu placed iu every In the town. tip to and Including Ihe week end- us November 24, Ilio total number of meu oiaiulued by medical boards uu until this la-com- plelelr carried out The most cases'coiistantrj- coaie under OJT .ob- lerrallon Jn whlcil.'lnsfeaJ of practic- ally trained ap- pointed who have, absolutely no.quali- fication for the that they are called upon to As a'mat." of fact once lie .Is eliminated and every institution hav- Womeu laupdry drivers have wado Ihelr appearance -In Brooklyn. U. S. troops are to guard all har- bors from New York to Virginia. An International live stock exhi- bition will be held In Hamilton, Diphtheria has broken out at the, U. S. submarine base at New London, Conn.' ._ The Y.SI.C-V military .fund across the line may reach a total of J50.- 000.000. The total realized at Quebec last Saturday for the Victory was The Boston Maine n. n. has granted an Increase of 40c a day to employees. western syndicate Is to build a five-million-dollar hold In Longacre New York. coming year. This In spite of the mil- lions ot men sent lo war and tie mil- lions engajed In the manufacture of munition! ttl war. That shows what can be done when the man power of nation ti'properly marshalled. Mr. ilvia's fears as to production In Can- da, are unfounded. We are nowhere the limit cf our powers as yet, of tie efforll ot Ihe defsatlsls ,t.J us that Canada her bit by growing foodtlulfs for the atlles, waiing tat as a result Mr'GalvIn argues that the adoption policy VBTILL.PREEiERyM SILENCE BiVht days have gone by since nom .''nation 'day, cand views .on the great ou tiinySi the day. Hjs o tjrtnce on. the conscription qnestlo 1 at the Ijurier-Liberal nom when he declared hii the of tie Mi Ury. .Service Act isrs'ho'wsver, point to the fart; that he Sir. Wilfrid that he Is against v of ;the Military Ser- Ajce the siTspensloh of further n'nder the ect and in favor'of ueril basis, we ahill tee'such rapid mprovement thaf :all previous, pjo- will, by, be hardly vorth mentioning. Thls.-li really, the whole question to to far as conservation oj forests Is concern- ed It the men who' are in charge are without exception; lecbnica_lly trained men, selted-wlth oj their work ana iclenllHcallj qualified for It. [uallfled tp carry but. Ihelr 13'and to treat them absol- Mrst Frank Crawford of Hamilton died suddenly owing to Illness dua to escaping furnace ess. Senator H. F. Ashurst of Arizona s urging the heavier fortification ot .e Hawaiian Islands. Suffragettes In New York Sl'ato ave vowed to defeat all legislators who have "anil" leanings. Hov. Dr. D. B. Martin, of 'Wesle. Church, nrantford, has .beei_jnvited Itev. !A. C. CrumuuT. of Toronto diocese; has been apuolntcd to the pa'ruhiOt Thorndale and llurllns red pcuprr li the eyes ot Clevelaud factory suuerlntendeut, bandlti made off with the company'i f 10.000, pay-roll. Short term "t per cent certlflrales, to a value of tour uilllloua, uiaturlng June K..ISIS, be jssucd by tbs U, S. Government- ._' A German rcserrlst has been ar- recled by the New York bomb auuai >vllh full photos of for Is and bridges In the vicinity In tls possession. Rockefeller has again refused to lay taxes on Ills J5.000.000 home In lha grounds that he la esldcnt of New York Clly. With the launching of the ou freighter Seattle at that port on Saturday neit, lie Ural of lha omer- sency llcota programme will lake the water. who are q utely upon business principles, leal work exception. iuc. ment Is definitely pledged Id the abol itlon of political patrpijHe with ret erence to f Ihe war, aad earvice. Is to Australia aa "r oo p all brmnchea-of the pub 1( here no Branch p[ Hie Th Ja reterendnBi. opposition candidate klnd- declare himself" as to Vhelher he is 'an lonacripli'onist or a i ._ confirmation of tliat opinion. We answared thai argument very fully on Monday In answering a Cardston or. Bui-we might Just adi that less llpi "ot'-'Ji physician from one of the largeal cltJes tn Australia the ac- tnal silualion there. He was In Aua- Hrat refwendum on ru lor He'Ud bemVliU- Ing In C'anada Jong enpuih to under- stand tie attnation, the "details of'the selective coBScrlp-..... tlOB pfai.-; And his words, utiired.ln the Herald office, were: that-Canada.-accepts her duly. have made a 'our Since "the rete'rendum was defeated.we are a sprink: ting of men to'.reinforce .oar .troops ven'iiou'li ars h'oldins recruit- ng'ineetlnks everywhere, pulling foriji he' most; erfortsilo get aen.V'.Thousand a citlMns who oted'- against 'conscription ot m" principle'are enEapd In recruiting out rtompiilspiT.Jiervlce 's the only method that will help us do our duly.' That U Australia's Blory. That would-be CaEada's story were Canada :17th 16 rcject'lhe Alec Decoleau a former member of tho police force of Edmonton and one of the finesl alliletes of the province Is reported to have been killed In ac- tion. Official figures from the D. C. eiecu- Uvo of Iho Victory Loan organization to dale givo Iho total amount subscrib- ed in this province to dale as OOD. Baron nbthermcre, proprietor of the Dally Record and the ilall of Glasgow Hf iota yi F: lhat ot the forest .senlce, and. It wll most certainly ba the com mission of ill wh sympathize-with efforls to eafleavo to bold the-EOverntMnt (o tho.frhc! (ulflllment of' Its; pjedje In lils re- principle Is'np'w. definitely cs- labllshefi In Hrlliih Cpjumbla.'; A be- ginning bfs'been.made In good beginning has mad? In Quebec. If def- initely the ipomlnlon aervlce, we may hope TejT that the last vestige nienage- nient in tie foreal semce--ill ha ellm- St. Paul', Church. St. Catharines Bally Record and the Ma o sBo, or neH year, and Rev. S. E. Marsh- has accepted the air minify In tho nil of that church has been Invited British cabinet, according to the Pall o Wesley Church. I Mall Gazette. BANK OF MONTREAL REPORTS ASSETS IN EXCESS QE fSaabn Hiad) Hmutrfc THE HOME OP THE VICTMOLA Good Pianos are the Special Feature of our Whole Endeavor. OUR WORKMEN, ONE CONNECTED VVlTH OUR MANY ESTABLISH- MENTS MUST BE ABLE'AND THOROUGH, AND FULLY. REALIZE THAT SERVICE, AND RELIABILITY MUST TIMES BE I ED. BACK OF EVERY 1, ATI -BALMORAL BLOCK INSTRU- MENT WE SELL IS GUAR- A GUARANTEE. OF ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION. PISC'H LIMITED FIFTH' ST. s. LETHBRIDOE lo lion. Sir rv there are .still- over minion -overnmeit v-an PACK AND A rTOpONTO LABOR garey-who Is Ihe Labor-Win tie-War candidate In South Toronto .'and. a by, Dr. Q. Sherd, Con has :s'ent the-fpl ..i telegram to Sir Wilfrid Laur "am the candidate of the Create {Toronto, Labor fsilj. In South .Tor not the candidate of .any pol :iical'tparly, and do-not desire you "endprsatlon of my' caiidldady for th 3oO mnon miles of prarincially Chartered r wars in Alberta pot BpbJecHlo.regu- latino by the rmUway-Commlsaion. Ho eipresaed learef Mlth.? mlnfjlK o, railways has aq far lo adopt the" regulations of' (hV; railway hoard, and said tbal he hpped thisjirould soon Following iOOtV A.inlvers.ry, BsnX, Central Gold Reserves; balance du Makes HUtory by Establishing New o the Dominion Government of n AH Principal Accounts- 3S.962, Ihe laller account appearlnz j Liquid Asset. Equivalent to More or.the first, time m the Banks slate- Than Continue .to Expand Stea'dHy. Jlonlreal. Nov. Dank of Montreal, following lls 100th Is Out Jrllh ils.attohsesl state-rncnt- and esTabllsh'es new.-high records.In.all principal nccounta r the .statement'for yeaT.endlne October 19IT-, Is a" racJarjrable as reassuring. _Hand In hand with tremendous i in" ItiV possible iu the BanV.lo report total Essete in ei for Sir Clifford dealt wllh. question of thefgreater the lignites of the'Ip.the to.which form of some co by Act nnd evoke the refer- endum. H'would be a Eorry slory to .with that, atory of the 'ma'gnHlcent charge of front ol Cimo.raLlait Veek." -lie' dtfeit- ists'-at home to allowed lo mar Can- adl'E'proud .record on the battlefield. General Currie' tae Canadian com: able to. tell, the French 'press liJ''other-'day liat-the Cana- dian 'troopVat ihe front had NEVER some constoenmuu "j the advla'ory council lor scientific and Industrial no more valuable i work could he done than the establishment of a briquette miklnrlildustry.-vand cess_ of'four vhundred: (lie llrat limVsiich figurj reached' liir Can'artian li ha developed a-poslUon of still sreate reprVsented by s liqnl nssela.equivalent to'over 75% of liab- ilitiesto. publl.c. same lime tii tie large rim Important undertakings, Jn connection with lie war, which'the Bank is corry- Ing out on behalf of llie Dominion and British has als_6 beRn possible lo meet the larger .re- quirements of .cuslpmers as. reflected by, a substantial gain in tUrteiit loans. .Steady Expansion of Depoiils On the.other hand It Is.cvldeht ihat the Bank has benefited ,from the maintenance of such a strong position, Bank lias perhaps" rendered a til! greater service to the country by Leeplng .'Itself Jn such', shape ns to create in-.Cin- ndi'B [inanclal-ppslllon during a 'most rying.period. Substantial "Gain In.' The loss lhat: eirnfiiBi cpmfprtabjo fequtremenls: 'They are'subsjantially abin-e Lhose of lie previous year. The net'prof Its -toi-V; the twelve -months amounted to equivalent tp-.lB.iJ5t' on "Ibe r paid-up caplul. Added to lie bilarico of 'profit .and loss, they brought the tctal amount available for disLrlbutlqn up to 393. Of "tils amount, dividends and s bonus required .war tai o bank note circulation, BU sci-lptions to" patriotic fund, (bt for bank which paid reserve for bank leaving a balance to be carried "fcrward1 Inlo-llio_ now year ot of ..the-prevldu 'year. Ftlturtt .of: General The accounts aritl com parisons with Uiose of ths preylou: 'ears are as been. defeated, and that-thai was why added: Illegal Hiring "The chairman'of mltfee a-considerable 'liaeatjp, alter studying Ihe'.qnestlbn- ImpTee fpr'lhe appo'lnlment of an [nspeclpr of mines In Western Canada.'-Insletd pf-con- sulllng Dr. Adami and the committee n mines In'making Ihe government aVf the'MIH r- f---- K ,ury Servlc Ice-Act, and for-Sir Wilfrid IhS same time, 'sir Wll Tecognlzed him as a an J considers him a unp iprterlof ihe "Lauricr policy, la Mr .Pici .wllllnB to renoonce Ihe endona (ion tnd hi! IlrBt declara -Jloo that he In favor, ot the Military NOT BOW ltatV and neutralists' ote" of Quebec? the pro- The 'debacle ot.lhs Italian .armies ecentljr'H attributed to Ihe defeatists anadajranta none of lhat-type o dividual ja_' power till the .war I on. glorious worlc bf the Canadian at the front fa the best answer tp th Hun his never 11 feated the Are we at home to mar' thit proud record on Decem her nth, lams u ilng are nermitled rn Canada.-.-..-, Sir Clifford dealt rat'. aplBerleng h with the -waterpoVer both national and After reaartlns that b6ln and the United 'SUlet goyemmenli desire i fair division of power, he Sir Clifford anopupced the purpose ofxthe coralnlailoii orf.con- BerTatlon av the preparation orin InTenlory natural resources ol as the savings accounts of the; people of the country continue'to-pile "P aleadlly and now amount tb over "of. almost for the "year, or at the rate ot close lo month. It Is doubtful 'whether Canadian banks have ever had siich problems lo work out as (hey have had during the period of the war, As, tho bankers of the Government, the Bank of Montreal has evidently assumed-Its full share fn providing tor the'COun Iry's-needa, EB Indicated .by an In crease of dollars In the valnt ol Dominion Provln'c lal Oovemmenl secnrltiesi intreaia 'of seven Total dtposlu" Clrculallon 2S.30M8S OoW and Silver 'C6ln..... dominion notes Deposits In cen- llral guld Ecr. Call, and Bhort loans IX.ih. and Prov. JI.OIO.W 7.500.00 iOO.e10.2I4 I'lm. -TflnWn Govt. RCCurltleB Can- ilnn. Eccur- Ttlca Ilrlt. end For. enn ..Col SCP-S. othei" thEm .Canadian Current loans Loans to cltlofl, munlclpaUHea Curl. Icann and 21.7M.1 Victory Bonds WHY should you subscribe for _ .Canada's Victory Bondi? safety .is at stalie, Canada1 ,'rnust: 'rnpne'y.Jo sjipport oiir fighting- in France.. i; r This Bank-w MKaccepj 'Bonds' to" the amount of frorn any one person for. safe.. keeping for- one..'year, without .charge. will be made to wage .earners ort_favourable terms for of Victorx'Bondt. How much this enable to for? S'.- HE. CANADIAN 141 11.41S.IS3 lO.OlB'.SU l.f.51 S93 ijleiify" believe, 'ioffiei' Irort Ih'e.jUnUed' Slates, dc- tiires'in 'idler, IJertld tna'l Buchan- ibiciuse-.he V ieffiocracy.' and (iVo'l Jlr. world'e lha. linlled I A nephew of; Sir Oliver Mowat li ,the Literal Unionist candldils In Parkdile. Will Laurler Mberal lave the hardihood to it ilowrt oat of. the Toronto Globe. 04nai metnoa to-aij concerned. this-; %ti I Mr. Oaivln snrely knows Iry to .Mr... .Newton, of Carditon, argues tbat a Union government could best he forined oiler an election. N'bw does reallyib'elleve thnl B lua- lonjgoWr'nraent could or would have' been Immediately aft5? a gott- orii whlr.h tf.e 'f both I.lbortla and Cor.aer- irouscd ID an In- H. Ht will gat few Djen to I and F. b. Sh; il view. A Ocneral, ngros vu. llgluc fc ft watchful waiting, woul4: (i cl In'Dal. carrleJ fora. Previoualj- Officially recorde Total recorded to1 _ Dlst. 1-Capt, 0. B. HcKtT AM 10 The PLEASURE Of Y6or HOUDAY TRIP Br Cnoowia Route Of SAFEfy COURTESY Dlit. P- .1- Blst. S, Dlst. DUl. H.' Dlsl. 12-Cant Total district Clly of Lethbrfl SPECIAL UTERAJURE inter torsions Special Reduced i. i. _ .TICKETS ON SALE DAILY, DECEMBER 1ST -TO J18T, TO TO, OTTXW AND ALL EASTERN CANADA ALSO TO ST .PAUL, MINNEAPOUI8, CEDAR CHICAGO, DE9 MOINES, FORT DODOE AN6 c THEH UNlfED Roturn, THREE Vrenid. Tlckeh on to InM.nil view. A g6n. Ocneral, party llicj lu lt ef AND 12! fA'.'H FINAL APRIL by CANADIAN 1C RAILVVAY "The World'i "THE DOUBLE DAILY .4EHVICE 'Throujh Slnndard .and Tourist Sleeping fIciteH and full Information frjfrn anr'C, P. Agent, 'or'' R, Af '...-V Dla Mh. Calgary. ;