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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTHBRtDCK OA1LT THURSDAY, NOVKMBKIX 20. 1917 Proprietors and Publilhcn HE LETHBFUDGE HERALD PRINT; INC COMPANY, LIMITED '321 Street-South, Ltlhbrldjt W. A. Buchanan President and Mansslng Director ohn Torrance Business Miaager TELEPHONES iiisiness Office.......... ill'.oriat oillce men e, month trom-voluntary en- listments- Australia ij dropping out ot the war at the rale.ol 4.MO men is what the Lane- ler policy iro'aW do for Canada only la our- case the situation would be eten, worse; need tO.OM men a month and recruiting Ilgures showed we pert not getting men while the volunteer system was still In el- led. Thai is why the or- gan ol the so wratVj at Canadian' Press. Limited. The 'peo- iver will acknow- that they owe a debt to Cana bt Canada howe j dian PKSS (or Its energy In diaseml- jnallnE the truth of the sit uitlon ai it comes from tho pen of the" 'Australian premier himself. Subscription Rates: BBily, delivered, per Dally, delivered, per year Pally. i'ear .10 .15.00' f THE DEADLY PARALLEL Wceklr, byjmail.' periysar .....fl.SJ Weekly, by iujll. per year to U.S.. JMO I I or eiplrv'ot subicrii fear dally pn aJdress labeL uce of papers after expiration datfr is authority to i the sub- FOR THE WEST The mo mine newspaper seems to be, worried a to vrhst; jrj Definite negotiations for a j'fice'.. Jbeiwwh the Ge.-man and lius- i-Vlau. armies have iKec opfnel In ilie lines, by tho represeuiativei 'SSf 'Inf flolsherikl mlliisry isatleri, across the linea yesterday. V Whether" tie armistice will be actual- Veffected and what eftect It vill hiTe flipon'Taw. Inlernal "situation in" Laurier" would or would do with ihe. .present. Mill- tiryjSerTlceACl.- Biit that newspa- per knows per- fectly well what can and FOR THE EAST Sir'1 WiUrld gave his reasons for asking that a referendum h lakec before the conscription bil btcomes taw, anc operallve. H1 said the Trades an Congress ,ol Can ada had request mill; cannot -be done] ed this he aalns to he seeu- iencral Maurice, the British slates that the crisis mny said to be past on the.Italian f-ifront The Austrian forces, another 'states, are .preparing for au even greater .offensive. Fighlinr continues to', be bitter on .front helqro Cambrai. VTh'ejrt.Hlirr has .become more, active. gj-yiju CANT; WIN BEHIND MR. PACK v :5ri'Pact; candidate Sin this campaign, has wobbled about "one the election, the lie boys at.lie IronX with 11. Though it Is .lha most drastic piece of leflilallon1 ever .placed upon the Canadian' 'statute and that In- a obit auto- cratic, arbitrary, obJectldaablB and uicaiied-foV iW.ay. kiowt" that .t be >ealed .fib .'far as he firei'hancJrW a Veek ago., last SaV rhen he. pleaded 'wlth'the not to nominate him bfcaiw yin It's .'So Br'He'ytTU the; ration .'that rldJM could nbt'do if Ca'na-da l.'ia" of. referenduin ers% Id Otlawi on .Dcceob'ei lanJLda'i'briVe boys "at the. f ronl 'parlLamenl con oini piart.lcuiar' .ptedlcaicent-, -a Ihouta'n'd j a- r c scnpi cerned. Jt ..linows :hat "'thoie" first coascrlpU are; to done and for ihe sake of the 'luff class. direct ly interested In the. law, he ,fel that It have been done There ires ilso he said, .the feel-1 Ing In the -pro- Tince of Quebec to .be considered. This feeling 'had (From OUT Own CprTfStwnJ-'nt) Dirnwell, Nor: !S. One o( toe smarleil little churches thil-can be found In any rural district ID the west s located rUot fa narnwell. Tbtf bulldius Is ol fine pressed brick. storey high. The Hea bl bulldln. church'here bfgsn rolling lust about 038 year ago. Bishop.Pslirson tooS the nialter up and began collecting the money then on May of this year ihe gVound was" fc-Yolisn and on Nov. PICKED UP IN fQR THE BUSY .Maximilian Harden has hcen iultled to republUh his newspaper. Die Zukunft. H. 3J. K. Kvans, brother of Sanfonl :ranp, is a candldale for the major-, illy of Eilrnoutoc. James V. Hoblln. father of Sir Red- mond rtobllo, es-pteuiler ot Manitoba, died at tlellertlle. He vras 95 years sn'd'resldod iu Prince Edward Munly. Onlers reducing the alcoholic Pie. S. S. Mclutyre. jpp of Dr. Dan- let Mdnlyrp. superintendent ot nlpei schools, Is reported as missing since October 2G.- Acting Corp. Konowal a Russian who enlisted vrlth Ihe 71lh batullpu at Ot- has beeu awarded-the Victoria proas. Requisition granted for the ex- tradition o( Matthew Smith )Iui'kensack Jail to Poufibkccpsle. N. Y.. where he Is wanted tot bltamjj. Ac- cording to allegations .tho- appllcatlou lor the requlsllloii, country used for Ihe spread of aull-Anierlcaii docirine. Ono ot the principal reports relied upon -to etlr up lu Swllzer- laud It that Hi. Au.erleail aruiy will pass tbroujh that country In tho iprjag of 19IJ. Tbls report lias uu- leist ono repuUble uaws- tuiior and has Leou drculatcil general- ly through the country. Other mlGre- prejenlallous Incluilo reports ot nils- liutniODt BuWects lu Iho alted Slalej autagonlsm lu this ountry An entirely different plan auparcnt- 300 people on. the main floor, fn the basenicat are th'o h6f: furnace, cloak rooms "and pn tniuBBmant hall. The building-Is y from the school llEhllns Tbose who allqndqd scrrices bo Sunday'.arei 3p. D. H. dcn. Sir. u'rscnSach auJ Jlr.wSmllh Jjf i the V by Mr. aid Mrs. >1.: Wilde, Mr. and Mrs, A1. JJr. 'and Mrs: Wai. and Mrs. J. D.-G.'' Selraan, J. N. Alired, M. Sirs. Mrs. A. an41 President O. H. Snow sad Wife of, lUymofiil.-Uje Mat- ter ottering the dedicatory' priyer. The filled.lo'Ua capacity Sunday afternoon''ani ere'rilng' with representatives'Iroai all 'over the'dls- trlct, Taber espeWal'.j-: The choir gave excellent -serf Ice Hu'der di- rection oi N. J. Fairbanks 'A 'the pfsan- .Monday night waa'tk' vpen- Ing ol the chnrch: pro- cram- TTBS rendered.' "Jtr'.VEHon Ol cnllc source lhat was a meeting premier lo appoint, n commlsaloii lo of tho foreign Friday take Into cnslieratlon the question nlsul at 'which It was iteclded1 lo lg-1 of componsallon. The government nore tho note ot Lcon'Trolikjv the Informed the delegallou lhat Ihe niat- foreign minister, demand- ing an armistice. It was.dc-clded, tho correspondent adds, to'treat the note is K jt had pal bean, received. i.....' '_ i War Veterans' asso-- i. ha's passed resolution repu- colors pa that tear imoaths alter ibeiora'' there caa jug yj cnuaieatfivelianie In CajiaJa, it .Bar- den whtA'. '.ei- 'and: thatValVihal de- snpply 1MJWO >e- n t a performed. No hn- runniug.r 3 t dier and (he'veleran'Sjpassed the reso- lution, they state, up mieun- dGrslandings as'lo their position. They nre not supporting "Maxwell, Ihey stale. The resolution pledges support to the Union nnd lays special-ercph'usls'on the en- !orcem'eht of the. cbnscriplioh 'bill: The. Unionist candidate In .West Kootenay is It. P. Green. r _________ However, tho tor- 1 JQi inooT and pfaujeS ernmenl had fused-his request for a referendum and the. hill -waa passed. It became law, he, .tlef, if retnraed ;lo .power, -he would-S repeal VlL: His'answer was -.that he would '-.not, 1 bill..that', he ,.would a Sir his Mr. Bert KUfapitm at Wagralh eniruced new and old Hpnerseti: ot- pleased the'ho------- One of the alms was fo'pajf'-fbr "in'atK by a Toluntarr oftertnif'In; aUi.f 177.36 n-xs p'Ten: 'A'i at Oltawa. Tues- day -nleht. jwple'; If. a :.referendum of the people cannot be ABOUT AUSTRALIA DEFfAJIST; ORGAN" News-Telegram.-eniplE Limited, i the news'agency of Ihe dally .Canada carried the nan'l- of Anatralia aetllni forth the stains of recrulling ''to .colonp In pending referendum on con- pa per :Press with tie xelecOon cain- QOst'seridDa charge newa alsccfalion. Bnt In .'spite of the opinions of ihe which' eTidenlly want' the people of Canada to.inow condition pf-the .recruiting m in a stater coloiijr that 'madd ___tlcal blunder of the Issue to a referendni uo more Interesting hit of 'rn the morning napers of Tuea- Ihah the manifesto of Pieuier les. H vr.v] a big piece of ne t. the premier ot a'sister colony i time on the'main, fssoe government Is legitimate thai newa has a direct on wlll be time to hare a'n- other new govern: ment 'In Cacad.a: -T-Calgary, News- Telegram Xof Tuesday. NOT.' 27. .The new achool-kaiieXi 'nft'lf'occu- pied there Jo "attend ance'-'1' The larmera Ike aoft-for neiliytar'a crop. The p ;noV Ulalng ter would receive attention. Washington, Nov. revealing tho extent of mlsrenrescnla tlon employed by Germany ID sil'cf fo'rl lo Ihriame public opinion agalns tho United, Slates In neutral as wel as hostile countries Is reaching here Tho -'propasandistsi have- been espec ially acllva In.Switzerland and Swe- den and Iniportaul newspapers In each. ROUND, p ;noV Ulalng business 'apiXwiilVawm" "In in the old BChooi jwoat? some time betqra tiey can play1 out i The '-tor: ScpiiGifaHJprtiartpi'lo the pebpie here Co nia: Uiem Albe'rta' dhrUkraa ta'kar .by by mill up well en mlllloni'. Stindlog'rt dhlllrai are as'folloin: N: Wtll, ho w6uld the Kaiser votet To carry' on the of such ads M Harold Hamilton Ind Mlllard Ronlton' who hare Just recently "la'ii down. their lives (hat the Huns mar sorer (n Canada? Or tor the refefendam plan that would ve-the uomfadM -who tie still lrnr In IhB past, I'jl (t Is th'it all jijli BiscanW the .thV leader It iiY Vdrppplncr'-'-oiit-'bf1 the Wf'i'Wlriiyiats ,hlrt a lleif tenant (a Siil-iStijtalgrinoirerer ifnt i b'ay, Liberal can LremOnt 'I' Tkfai mn "OB djujy Peoabcr lo 3IK. 1917 h aAStioo to nuraeroas traiiv? to local Michigan Central -.Canadian pouitvfast solid trains-provide'UniQatched acrrice, Chicago and Montreal, via I Central R, R. Pacific Ry. AfTTre ftlS t m. n> Leave Chkajo Toronto -SPOKANE ,4OS'; ColiimMa BuBoting R4.- Gvivral Aceflt PIH Victory Borids WHYsnouldyousubscribe tor Canada's Victory Bonds? .BECAUSE National f safety is at and Canada must nave money to1, support ouf in; Franci TWs Bank -will accept Victory Bonds to the amount ol froin'ahV rfne person sutc- for "orte year without charge. Loans will be made to wage earfttrs', on'favourable terms for of Victory Bonds, How.much will this enable you T Is UEtHl In Sweden. ;euts give ilin .1... ,_ There German possible pub J. city to letters-purporting to have mtntB. written by persons lu Ihe United Slates. These represent Ihe Ameri- can people as [udllferout to the war with fhef fovernnieut sternly suppress- ing "uttcouiullniQiitary ail peace orators." i Vjenna apparently lias become ferine, the' propagaodlsli. There, tho r.etrspauers are open lo question, aqd' publlnhleil reports lell.of the artificial cultiva- tion' of war enthusiasm In Unit- ed Stales of mls.lrtatmeut of Gervau panic American governmcnl'ottlclals' Whca Ihe results of Germany's aulHuariue eampalgn bo- camo known and other-such state- Buying Victrola Records FOk Christmas Giving In strength and 1- there's a rea- and a loo. A selection ot good record! con- reys-vllh delicacy and love and remembrance, and slves-not only Immediate pleasure, but It is a courca of lasting enjoyment and good cbcer. 'Nearly-.everyone hss n Vlclrala ihcsc days. you haro ..not been Elvloj Victrola reqords (and real enjoyment) try H this will prove a delight to Hie recipient.. For we sell B genuine VIoLrolo, (melr finished Irt EOlden oak, (nctudtnR' 13 Belecllona (six (Jouble-Iaced 10-lnt'h records J ot your chooalnB1. la a al tractive outfit suitable '-for home this ivJnlcr qrcamp nesl >Vc have len oilier motleli' at vprlous firlcci. Balmoral Block Fifth SL S, Lethbridge J SlLE or of Cattle 80 .'-f.: .AUCTJON WSTRUCTED BYJ. .V-THE iflNbERSlGNED-'wiLL SELL BY PUBLIC On 30th t i J LUMER XV'" 'AS FOLLOWS: 32 Cows 1 3-year Stew 12 Yearling Heiiers S 2-year old Stem iSHeaer.Calyeit _ 9, 12 Steer arid H elf ert all bred to pure bred bulls. All cjilyeVand yearl- Ingi from pure 'bred SALE XT ONE O'.CLOCK SHARP TERMI CASH j E- Clerk W. 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