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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta DAB.T WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1917 f, filberts Vi V DAILY AND WEEKLY and ETHBRIDCE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED 323 Street into, W. A. Buchanan President and Manaficr Director Buiinei's, Mansser TELEPHONES Business Office 135! Editorial Olfice I Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per week Dally, delivered, per year 10 wtre at as lime. "To ulay Ilka aaarblaa sad yoHlce IE thla crlsln to aipport cJ VMM. ti nMssssry, braaf asltr in) destruction la w army torat" leave Hot oa CuailMi ahtory that would brlnj lie charts of oar bom. A'fiiKMi for Lanriec Malta defeat'for pretest mont ID which It Included ot cleaneit ini ableit Canadian LAarals, trg-jH al ence publtth to the whale vorld. aid particularly to Germany, that Caaada baa proven to be people cravfo and cowardly." CANADA WILL FIGHT TO THE LAST MAN .JB.OO, ..Ltl 3lm do i, j f.TorUe by mall, per year to Dales ot wplry ol subscriptions np- on address label. Accept- ance of papers after eipirelion dale Is our authority to cenUnue the, snb- scrlptlon. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Continued repulses of Teuton al- Ucis'on lie Italian iron! and ihe ar- rival cf British forces lo lullan. re- lief, five rise to the optimistic tjeltef thai the Teuton Invasion of has been finally and effectually checked. The Teutons ere atlacMns lu great force Eoveral points HOT, bat apparently without lie least measure The British continue drive along He front In Northern France, "and In spile ol desperate resistance several pclnLs in the vlcblly ot Cambral, bave been able to mate turtle: appreciable sains toward that dly. mm mum campafca. Uliy ibould CanftdJ more troops unlll the United Slates hu put In tbe fitld ao umy equ in proporllon to the army has already coalxhuted? WTiy! The Is an i Because Cinmda declared In e month of the tiat wlen rtfala'was al war Canada was at T, aad tbat Canada was In this llehl the last mab and the tail dollar1. It i mUlBke nol Sir Wilfrid Laurler. w leader of Iho defettlstt, made eae-Yery ataUments. What if Great Britain. an In- freaUr BUY A BOND ON FRIDAY' Friday is Victory Loan Day In srldge. Make it thelbijiesl thin! ever tempted in tnrs dty. If yon hare bought a bond, buy an- j "either If yon can sea any poaslble way Vto scrape ap the money. .The will help yon by spreading the ;i snenls over a long II yon haven't booiht; a bond, bay as maiy as you aibly can .afford. '.'And il'yoa have bought to tau 4 ronr. yourself i aaiesicahiarid sell a bond. id district must not a war than Canada were to say, .at Uncle 'Sam do What would ol OB? An army .of Huns ould land at Quebec in lets than six '-With the British navy with- iwn from tbe fi'ght, Germany would in rule the sea routes and Canada onld not then be enjoying the com- arclal prosperity which Is the cause the dsmand on tbe part of the de- allsLs that Canada should send 30 ore men. Why shouldn't we let the United fiiht our battles now! Atk trie .ilrllv of the hrare Canada li.o have givsn tbelr lives for U3- Tlij e'thbudie roll of l.cnor Is gvoV of on.- but tens with ''beneath, tha sod of Yet ve that "their aniwer brave man Is, "Let Bam do It." craly one answer and thai van on December 17tli when the hearts-of true Canadiani will an- ..fight U and Ilia Wt dollar.- !'r. .-PUSSYFOOTINQ Mr. Paci has been my iterlously abo'ni the canstttuencr' late ly; He has not yet rieaooaced 'doraadosibf ih.e'-.lJiurier. party-'- ther' baa .rtaUntin anade .at tbe doctor's waver.tW; htn -.that he la eniorccment of lie Mrkisry Barir'lM A'cL The only baftreiKeltq drawn ia wt of woalat the rankl ot oriaivbed labor U It woald enable na to pratit'a in the eaaui of oppoattlon ic as Jor, farthar rm "i aaeeU ip wftt ;aad. to 'hJa oaUy pahbc st Mmaalta tor. i-oaoc to taM.war i" Vj.'" .H.'aheald aake a UaeoB ban a weakir eoajJaaita, taat i la rm thi war; it >..'taai tent eDonih to trCpaU. H: imdth other cwdtdati Sir WUfrW, Wtoap to th-l Bmmt" and ha V.Offace io lo declara b'lnaHrl; 'pthial piijyfwtlnj with ajwtlo trrlng to alMtan kaU that they are real LIBC'AL'3 T- P- Robinelle, K.C., formerly LT 'ifWil In.Norla tork and C5 appeal lo North 1 them id si i hls'ooponent at IKt Isat eltctli Is ruaain I eindMaU o[ men'ln era. haVa n their' lliej that Canadian ile'. to. 'The CaoaduiB ar J- be Two- Milk RiTtr, baicwl ud political meetloc erer la Milk River took place last nlfhL Peeple from the town and all parts of the sureanalnc country tiOfi Kllerls fine new hail lo capacity. Many belai ccuptlM >Un4. P. Q. Smith. of (ke uiioe asioclalloa made'. fKeUeml chair- man. -Beiwwn aBMchM. a quar- lette, Meiara. BAI Mc.Var- ray. Clark and .Lynch, with Coilas al plant, some cplendld naasbera. OrehNtra muiic waa by R. B: Smith, aislal- ed by Sherman ud Geo. Thorn- phor. speakara ot tie were 1.. H. Jflllff. the' well Vnown Raley farmer, and for yeara an active Liber. aL Capt- (Dr.) O. W. Uech. lately returned from orerseas. and in civil lite alwayl a leader In tie Conserri- live ranks lit taber and W. A. Buchan- an, the uhlom forenuiaeit candidate. Speakloc aa'a former American clt- en, Mr. Jelllft made a stirring appeal 0 Ine former American dllzeai of (ho ulyaUoa democ- t-acy was Ihc laiue and he called upon all real friends of democracy to sap- porl -Mr. Bocbuau i because ho sup- ported a policy that meant bailnwi at once and -not delay. He praised tha Military Serrlce Act aa an absolutely air'measure..Unity-was necessary In Canada and could not have unity without s genuine union government f divided, we would collapse like RuEElt, and L that was vhat Ger- many dealrei Mr. JeUlffa eloquence raised the aaMenctC CapL related in a moat et- fectlre manner the actual ilrnatlon of our soldiers oreneu, He lold ot the part Britala had played In the war ffitn men, "money and resources ajid he pictured the devastation of France and some rtlrrlns to their nalnre, abont the boyi over- Hal, reached the of the aud- ience, the boya at the frpnl unlled in a- common deurmi nBiivn defeat the foe; way rhould not IhoEB at home be rail aa united and Jut aa determined-' Mr. Bachaaan dealt wlli the need ot the onion government, the character ol the men ta H and Ita policy. He defend- ed Us poeidon clearly to evident aallsfaction ot the crowd. He said alt SPECIAL LINES FOR THIS COAL NUGGET GJfcHEATER SII.M, lUMmir A M WASHING TUB UK 1 See our Cutlery Window for Bargains HAYR HARDWARE GO. In sympathy with' the JflUtary Serriee Act, bnt had accepted tle'endoruUon of leader .who waa not In sympathy. He couldn't ride two h'oraes at same'time. Mere, than that chief tponaor waj an' anti-var man, a per- conwMi Kbaed contribute to pat- riotic caoaes.'Jrhb condoned tie Lusl taala drjasrei-f aad .Btttk tial'mJui backing llrV PackrvtolBd Mr. he the aanie. rea- iBomaaia' and'; Laverrne are Berlbi. OnWwtll bt Doiirt the food M itaaaie o-: 'bj apprrtac It'jlo ike facflon to, tae Military Serrlce Act. They art if- KaWr rota in? suit to ban ronaed folk. Why should they la at knoir In would UP fojt THE ThrM Influential i-W.W. otflcera re amons those rounded np ta To sare cloth. women's clothM irlll conlaln 25 cent, leas clota nnt year. The Federal Traaiury of tie U. S. balance of on _ __ _ band the larfect on -record.- JennJe 'MatUno that 'and killed John Tercela, who had betrayed her, on the street In Brooklyn. Major K. R.' Marshall, too ot Mr. Noel Manhill, 'was promoted to be Amulca'a.en supply is now the enr, .Sjjliig-Jt to. the br Mlleaje book: may railways operattnc In New Ens- and. Mayor Curley ot Boston favors the munlclpslliaUpn of hla dlj'i- Lrac Uo'n Eyitem. Food Administrator Hoorer Is aik- ng leiblatlon to fix the size ot food wrtibna derred in hoteli. THe sunken U. S. destroyer Chann- cey waa cut in two by U- 9. transport' lose, according lo Washington. One-Iiftl more of the first draft rom New Yortt ''will fa '-' fehilii on December 5. This leaves a lenlh un- called.'. ylin; Now. .York slates dcftnitely that he will not be a candidate -for: gubernatorial-honors inpportrnj He touwairCwCl Caaada'a ac- ttrity ta lie nr." MiV Piik muat'bear. tte'nrnaiunilttr otltali muV.ibp- port'and the iBpport ot ererr man who Si -behM aim; .who la anti-war. Well iltenUoned.peopfc undoubted IT him, bit he certaiBly wonld hare the nppbrt of all the men who tooocht Cliaaida hid done enonfa. The wbe wire Xalnat tie war and tbe-meawio were ta irmpathr irtfli -i- :Xr. Puk'. called hJmMlf a farmer- UVor candidate, wkat reprewnUtire onraaUaUoa al labor or'farmera had pot hlB In tte OeW. wiateror. He via aiBnir a cudldate of .th. Uway has nald a dirldend ot 7 3-8 per cent., or U1-50 for the past making tttJSO lot the AjhUeld Township farmer; aatlaDcdipTer the inapentied time dd daionj Tribunals on eiejnptbm of request another iTrlbanal.. The Military; Service Council en- that at least U per csnL of A2 claaa men will :be: enrolled arid pal Into khaki, and ia laklnj steps to ap- peal from exemptions considered I in trf do Ita BrrUafc any ton a M foar thoMind iwa, V HmrWl ui i taaBV 1W1 DrOOml Ml. aWr-, aVpHDaMi JaUl A'.crowd altemdad Uiif.d Orr haa ii> Chanrfln il' tome that K 'man aid Wr' aaotker WM wn, Xllo, Iowa, Mr. Martf cottpleUd. ft t'enu that every- My IrbolMlaw Cacnarrj a> ''OkanrplM rtahi Will, ftan ta Talcai Mn part at '-.-.'-fL- A play "Art oat Acaaot .at, ill be prweaUd by an "ail atax eaat" oaal aa tf Mara. OtiU awl P. 0. Am- derm better kaojrn'M "Wf bravckt the body to tke Varial t- wlfe' The Ik- deed ''Wr'. You Remenrber How Quickly Six WeekiWentBy r. be here too AUCTION SALE OF Headof Cattl. HAVWG BEEN INSTRUCTED BT J. T. WILLARD THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION On Friday. November 30th OLDf ;CrnZENS' LUMBER YARD, TABER AS FOLLOWS: 1 3-year old Steer Sleer Coyrt and Heifera an bred ta pure bred built. All ealvee and yeiri- SHARP .TERMS E.'B. TAINTER, Claric W. A. PORTEOUS, Auctioneer r" v-' the. -last Chopping. Don't select.a 1 y -i Paria, Jl7rf Fnajl aVcdn ajrrwnnwnl. to ra- aJ.fanrt deal aajiiiaV M Monfer dJanaaaaad (raaai 'TOMORROW? NEXT WEEK? HAVE i MAOi ANY PRO- VISION'FOR MY FAMILY? WHO WILL ADMINirrHATI MV PBIVAT-E.EXECUTOR WILL DIE x' THEREFORE 1 WILL APPOINT THE The British Canadian Trust Co. Corporation, 315 FIFTH. STREET SOUTH 'LETHBR1DOE, ALBERTA Player- piano, or anv othnr iriRtrif- aside at tli'e 'liour you may instruct we'll arran'sft 'terms Pa.y' mebl sviit con- veniences. V on Winter Lxcursions Special Reduced Rates i SALE DAILY, DECEMBER. 1ST TO TO TORONTO, LONDON, HAMILTON; OTTAWA, IT. JOHN, ALL POINT! IN EASTEWI CANADA ALSO TO ST .PAUL, IKINiyEAFOLlai, CCDAR'RADIOS, CHICAOO, DES'MOINIf, FORT DOOOK AND VARIOUS 'OTHtR. UNITED STATES POINTS Final.Return, THREE from date of TO VANCOUVHi, VICTOWA AND Tlck'rta 2ml ii Jan, to Feb. FINAL RETUrirl >4h, rth. Tnrr.1 br-CAMAolAN PACIFIC RAILWAV ROUTE" ''TarOHih gUaiard'.MMl Toiritt CMS. TKketa froM any C. r, Aieat, w- B. OAWtON, ,-DiMrlct ;