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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBEn 30. 1917 LETHRnmfiR PMLT IirtULn PAGE EIJJVEJ4 Blondin Speaks in London on French-Canadian Problem London. Nov. Bwitar'i W- lawa empire pu-Htnea-1 "11 to tnrt tjiry assoclillon today eultf vt Uuoujb. loncaeon Sir HdwarJ Horrlfi, be dutrored .1 iijl. bu'l (rom'afcr grMur than they ixenl-ln orM'l fnmi i eral of Canada. Lord'Chiaeoilor r.msiiMer of the IVjmtatof., Quebec j lay prellded, and dlsllEf ulabed haui and re- I men preiint. Elr Qco. i fl'erloy, ilgh of Canada.! Colonel Blonilln. IH openln; hti proviso, uud.r the condHluns, haio I speech. Incldenlaily that In stood the lest aa Quebec hta Blootl It? Canada one cannot thtnk of the oiu- plre wlllioul Ibe lhat Rome day appetk non thui moat parts lauds. 1 aii would any "If you to form a Juit opinion ol QucbDC. do not looX upon our In- Brillsh North Ameilu raljhl lie round-: (eraal IroubUi. which will soon ed off by Uulou of Canada and [Loot rathor Into our hlilory lad Newloundanu. After spear-Ing of what Canada 43 whole had 'lone for Iha war. Col. Dion the British ttif Hying by Iho action of French Canadians. Only Iwelre after the Iro.ity of Paris had wrenched Watch Your Sneeze! It may be the ibremnner of brpnchitii or a bad cold. It Is nature's warning that your body is in a receptive con- dition for germs. The way to fortify yourself against cold is to.increase warmth and vitality by eating Shredded Wheat, a food that builds healthy irmscle and red blood. For break- fast with milk or cream, or any meal with fresh fruits. ilia said Uinl Uio leller Inviting him Itoso French Canadians from Franco, to had suggsaud thai i rrfer-; lu 1715 hurling from tho unce tc- tho position el Frwch Canada.: "el ibU o( QuchK those Americans In relation to Ine war would be Inter-: "'ho tried lo substitute their flag for eating. "This means, ot course." ho British. eald, "that the Impression Is abroad "Aa they, fought then, so they flghl that the ot Froach Canada doe.i today. One hundred and sofcnty-twu not beat Jo unison with, that uf Iho. decorations have already confer rest of Canada. Let tno assure red upon members of a certain FYench conlraillclory as 11 may appear, that i Canadian battalion. Ixjwer oillmatea despite appearances, the province "of, liars been made.of Iho number of en- Quebec IB tho most deeply Urlllsh of j llalmcnia, yet r say Is more nil tho provinces. Quebec Is moat In- nearly correct Ihun Lbe number gen- lereslod In tho uialrtonEnco of orally attributed ID us. Hardly a Can- llrltlsh Institutions. So IruQ IR this thai' adlan Imitation-but contains a number nil Iho agitators Ir. Quebec have been i of French Canadians wbo have bccu forced lo drop Ihelr appeals lo prcju-' carried by ciilhuslJstu Inlo battalions like, because of the fear that Urlllsh who'ao they-do nol under- SPECIAL PRICES IN YiHow Applet, Jonathant, Baldwins, Wagners Bellflcwcrs, Red Yellow Newtoni. AM No. 1; per box, Lemoni, per dor. 45c pure Ontario, per 5 Ib. pall 1 Rogers Syrup, 10 !b. pal It )1.10 Syrup, 5 Jb- paile. 60c Rcgeri Syrup, 2 Ib. 25c; King Beach Jam, 4 Ib. 90c Wethey'i Marmafadf, 4 Ib, ?fcc Gold, .Sunilaht, Lifebuoy X d Ivory i A V....... Royal Crpw'n Soap', carton.. film Olik'e, per bar-...... 15c Jelly Powdeni 3 pkU. ___ 2Sc Codiir Mope, CombTnatlom Silt, block SOc .Carnation Milk, 2 36c" Currants, per :.SetdleB> Ralslrn, 2 pkls. 2Sc B. C. LOWEST At 801 NINTH AVENUE SOUTH IF XOU CANT GO THE DOLURBiLLlWlLL BEAT KAISER G. Kischel LESSEE OF THE PLANT ;ratLETHBRIDGE IRON WORKS THEr HOME OF tHE EXPERT Made in Canada. stand and where luey cannot hope lo promotion. ".Many papors there arc which" make" it their business, lo delaine U3. but 1 prefer to read the columns containing the casually lists, which speak elo- .lueutly of Iho spirit ut Quebec. "The fear of being .thrown Mnonsst If 1 may use Ihc word, pre- vented many from answering Iho call: I understand thai things will bo chang- ed, and 1 slncc-rejy hope lhat French Canadian soldiers will have units o! Ihelr own. me assure you lhat It is my deep convlcllon lhal-ihe clouda will soon clear away in Ihc sky ol Quebec uti'J that uilh Hie application ol conscription Quebec will do Its full duly." LOMOND (Froni Our. nl> "Nor. A. .Tftkev was the first man lo buy" .Vlclprj Court, In L'-oiuond. The 'Lomond Really Company; h'ivi sold Rlclc'ctl farin'tu MT..LOM; o Cbamploji. The price'Vras llft.OBO.'for -C.-H. Ad am 6 has-bullt in eilenslo to his UcLaughlln g'arake. Tlie stretch fin TTeatier has RlvcrirbUElness .a selhacl lo the farnicrj belris Ir "put forth their bCgcMl. effort (b as larEe'an area ready for noil year' crop ns. possible.' i-- P. Nord's'son ,mel .with a sericm accident last'Frfday -when a detonaUn 'co.p exploded' ia his left hBnil learJ.nBJ oft hla Ihumb. the' [orednge'r and 'laceratiilE tbe fictoid flneer. al (he simo time about the htad. which tempprarily blinded pni) eye. Tho Jad Or, key nlcoly now. 'u Mrs: Biitrnm [rom'across the Sntke iFTC'r, Our Own C'orrwpotl'ientl Cardston, Nov. Tuosdiy nleht .Mountain had meeting to oryaulLe n txrainlltee to bnosl for Union government. The mcelins held al 8 p.m. In ihe Meeting House. A good crowd turned oul and Mcjsrti. It. D. folsoal. Major Brown anil E. N. Marker mnlored from Cardsloa to as- sist and add variety to Hie entertain- ment. The meeting was of a most harmonious charncter aad resulted In the election of Ihe following as tbe Mountain View's Union govern- ment Sey- mour Smith; secretary, Ernest Golnij; cornmtueo. Siicuel Tolley, Hiram Go.'d. Hendersou and Frank Pajno. Sc-veral speeches were made, the ball being opened by B. X. Uirker. who ivcnl over the origin or Union Eviei-.iueut and did his best u> ex- plain the alms and objects as will ns Ihe necessities of union government, especially al tills critical ttae In our tiiaiory. Tlie audience was moat it- lentlve and appreflalivo und thut en- touragcj the speakers lo try and do iclr'level biisl. Mr. II. D. Folsom followed with B dUserlatlon of bis point f view of the situation, Rnd as ho sas aiilu to quote from a long experl- nce ot'tiiiiiEB political he hail formed ery, solid conclusions of the noed of he move lowarrfs union government, nd lies, therefore, become A strong dvocaie ot the system, which Is s necessary al the pfeieut time. Major (i. B. Brown was tlie next pcaker and emphasized most particul- arly the need of the Military Sevvlco Act, which, though inconvenient lo omc people, wae, in the long-run, by ar'the most democratic and Uie esC.rnctbod ol all ol obtaining llle ue- In time of >var. itiker'Sliging- Anthem Jio meetlnc adjourn'e'd. The people of .fountainytev are awaiting with keen inlerosl-lbe.coming ol.Wr. Buchaiian tin, fhirsdiy, .Decembor Cth, when II [ss eipjpetiil; tbe meeting house wll' b'e Viccn In teresl erldericed ill Ifie campiij'n 'IBe 'peftple i BIO tlilrsty for. know iodgWiid only, too eager: to vole the Y OUR Friends in Flanders Must First be Served one -.Uija 5Ir.' aiil leave eoori for V.'ioy -will. iSer.wllttBr. Many years of hard Mr. Taylor Ions holiday In the raounfmin lair.-; ;-'The Mclntosh family and Mrs. fffft' .for Ibe'.eisl-.tor avthrec with old' Huron, ari.fl -W'.-.Wt'ind will move'Into (ho farrher'a-'jesidfpee during lielr iibBenco.s" The Neil brolh'ers have'opcned. uprH unllary -and v.'cll equipped' butcher shop, .which Ihey have chrlslened the iX. Most -MiirkaL vAbundanco ot all binds of fresh is. factory meata adorn. wall and windows tempting tboae with high CasUa: They have nlso made arrangcmenls to ship in unlimited number of well as fovvl. Tha Nell brothers nrc anlla- led wllh their InvHlmcnt anil their mollo Is "sallsfacllon." Art Chnrters ot the and Travis hn? decided to'jilsn for service at- llic frOnt In the capacity1 designates, by his' niBchanlcal achieve PirllVNov. distinguish ed Francftmen .Unit'ed with American In oSft-riingjllTlhanksglvIng na' lormlr premie the loner) lo Ih Jl .Perahlnt j of vhlnli iho- fAnm- millions of {'ghting men ui Europe now require most of the wool which ordinarily went into your clothes, and their garments are burned every lev; for sanitary reasons. This has caused an alarming shortage of in ihe world. England placed an av'oargo on all wool, besides buying milHons of dollars worth from America. Australian wool is now a'.rrcst impos- sible to gel. LOOK carefully to trie fabric in your next suit or overcoat. MACLEOD BROS. The Great Clothiers of the Great West Columbia Records The Dominion 6f Candda will ppy to bearer v Simple as a Dollar Bill is Trie Domini on Government's lo VICTORY BOND. Becistey Employment Agency 225-i TO VOTE ON ACQUISITION OF TORONTO ST. RAILWAY Toronto, Nov. board. o[ conlrol yestovday that; llie question of nciulring the Toronto rmil way syslern at Ihc end ot Ihe franchise period of 1922 .roled-on'by Lhc peoplo at lha munlclral cIcclldnF next New Year's day., It waa 'Bilggeat oil. lhaf auch a great deal, of prcllfrllh nry work woiild have to lie dond'If the was to tnko. over and operate Iho system allcr 1921' lhat it would be. i great In (Iclny the laklng o a plchjsclte1 on the fiucslion. TAKES OVER' MINE Ont, l.'ov. mnnagemeiit of Toilgh Oalis Mln tt-iiclne orer loity H formerly of tho Hlght of Wa; Mine..Charles Lho Toug] Ohks, Mine CnpUli Murphy, Is leaving and'.will direct Ih (he Palrlcta Uoaton Creek. HUN ATTACK llrllisti Army Hcadijuarters 1 JVauM, Kir, morning made nn'attack on the BVl lah llnea about Cobhellcu vr'nlch Is juj south of Iho nrci fucludod In .la! nrltish Nff noUll.i 6 Ihc progress 67 the en'mny the 'Unit thli' despatc fras filed'. ANT1 UNIONIST Quebec, NOT. Ambrose retired -'h-ofli thV ojmptltTi .ciaf1': J 'lef Liberal and P. Iniilst canilldnic. conceiilra- ?resteent AVllsonvisiiiaf iHoiise; epreiented VhoVBfterallled vmeet-: jroe''for" Captain tsrdiou, i.. wirmly raising whal Great Britain had done ud.whBt the Americans are doing .ild ,that perhaps more painful sat Iflcea of'hablls and susceptibilities t-bo made lo realize pracllcaliy iixil of direction, tho pool of ndj'iho paol.of wills. _ Mr: Colby, who SCol JoiM, the latler; ualfcsa, tbM nils iofi'.broposed to' the tfriijshfmUslon hai there.shoiilil no-mo're. tra'de 10 more commercial and that all ship ling facilities should be diverted to a Ingle object, a single is Hn declared no allied ship will be dlspatcheil lhat. has nol for Its express object.. .main enance of the fighting' forces and Ihc 'Iclroy of the .comnioh .cause. WERE NECEMA.RY Winnipeg, Nov. regulation regarding ivinter wheat jirlces Just IB sued, board.: of. supervis ors were iieccssltaie'lT by the misnn deratanding end evasions of Orde No. 16 of the board, SBlrt.C. D. Walla secretary of Ihe Dominion Millers soclallon of Toronto lojlay. Miller's, have been paying farmers a much as 3c over basis 'Montreal an denier? and brokers liaVb (men cbarg Ing rnlljers 2 or 3 cents over Mohtrca basis or 2 or 3 ccnls commission bj ciuss mlllCTs li.-iir tldiii' sold to Ufa a llei find could not' eet (ho wlnlo whttt to (ill their contracts. .The board has askeil ra-'llera In r Ikorl any easel where a dealer ask more than the. price fixed mid an miller paying Ihc price fixed to ellhcr n'dealer or farmer re derk'lwlh bilyer and seller subjcci t Olrlo'of from one. tfl' lire' jicara (raprls'o njitnti or baHi. J The board intends lo ice'Ihelr o derJ enforced., RELEASE LUVHIRAN PASTER' Kitchtner, Ont., Nov. d parlhient. of justice nl yeiie dty afternoon notified ihc local pollc to, roloaSB H. A. Sperllnf, ,D.D., nm for'of tho LntheVln Chiirch, Who. ba beia' In cflslody for kA.___i i ing the rcnK. nfv. Or. Sperling cam here Utlca, >V. Y, low yes TJie -Merry Let it be heard gloom, it'tnakes for And of all instruments the G( ''onola is the exponent of dance music purity ''ot-t.tone and its ,r instAnt readiness to-provide ipusiO'ftat won't let your feet keep1 still." C; vV Tbe electric Grafonola no y winding, the elccfno motor is 'parj-jqfjthe instrurrient'' attach ihe-cord to a lamp Here is the' very height of convenience.' Thousands of .homes will delight in'a'Grnfonola this; Chriatmns. WhyVot yoi'irs before the Christmas the ilnimml in lone ail fdc of Columbia leadcTihib. Easy lertiii ..-_ QraphQphone Ihej'd HcJtS to PIMM CO., LIMITE ;