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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta -N j mi'. nAn.y PAGE FIVE I W. A. Buchanan The Union Government candidate, and others, will address'the. follow- ing meetings in the bridge Federal Constit- uency: COALDALE Saturday Evening, Dec. BARNWELL Monday Afternoon, Dec. 3 GRASSY LAKE Monday Evening, Dec. 3 PURPLE SPRINGS TueiJay Afternoon, Dec. 4 BURDETT .--Tuesday Evening, DecJ 4 SPRING COULEE Widflf.Gday Evening, Dec. 5 LEAVITT Thursday Afternoon, Deo, 6 MOUNTAIN VIEW Thursday Evening, Dec. 6 Frid.y Ijec. 7 Friday Evening, Dec. 7 r CARDSTON SIFTON) COMWERCl ilROiiSPRiKGS Tuesday Evening, -Dec. ft- Wednesday, December 13 (WITH 'HON. A- L: SIFTON) At these meetings; Mr BucKahan be assistec by one prmpre of the (of lowing gentlemen: S'.J; SHEPHERD j _L C.F; P. CONVBEARE, K.C 'tt SENATOR DEVEBER L...K JELLIFF V S. S. DUNHAM E. C.-MACKENZIE j', B. WU.K1E' H. A. 8MJTH N LOP MA VOH HAROIE J.'D. .MialNBOTHAM DR, CMLMAI'TH.- Calls Fo Fonda to Help WuThUWar The Government's Earn est Appiial is; for W [Distribution of .Victor IN; spuji MM ALBERTA IMPOHTANCt tf and It tuoly, to bt Food, Munitlont THE Bishop Doull Issues Pastoral (o Urging Support of Union Govl. AT THE ORPHFUM TONIGHT Wan Papers FOR 1918 Our new'slock is now in, so selec- tions early. ROBERTSQN'S BOOK STORE PHONE 1265 ,11B 5TH ST. S. Duy your Kdlspn Edison store. The New Edison arid Ihe Am berola. A full ranee of styles and reo always kepL In slock. Assinibohi Music Co., "Everylhing'Muslcal" 316 6lh St. S. V Phpne 1545 Remember ithe Addrcis Deputy in Saxon Diet Severe -Attack on the Prussians Ihcsdcn, Saxony, N'ov. the budget debate today In Hie-lower house o[ the Saxon diet, Deputy f leisli- ner, a Socialist, made a severe attack on" Iho German foreign policy anrt said he haJ In his possession a copy of a trciity signed by Dr. Alfred Zim- merman, former Germau [orclgn sec- retary, which, if it liail been drawn up and Eigoed within the limits of the empire, would have been .equivalent to high treason. The deputy's asser- tion caused some excitement, especial- ly In view ot his clfer to read tho In open session. The president" oC the chamber asked to see the docu- ment, which Le turned over to Count Von YlUtlmm, Saxon foreign 'minister. Tho count made the follou'iDG declar- ation; _ "I liavc not discovered anything In the document 'which would- Incrlniin- Veruon, n. C.. Nov. lord- slilp, Bishop DouSI, in (be course of an advent pastoral to the Anglican Clnrgy and Lay Headers ol tbO diocese of Koolenaj- declares that it Is a solemn duty to take "every precaution lo bo cjullp syre.lhal CauaJa conllu- i lo render to the mother country and our allies the fullest measure of ietanec- ta QICU sud and Is, "that the duty ol supporting.tho unlou gorerDiucnt is a sacred oue.'p Tho rulurn of Sir Wilfrid Laurler TO IIOWIT, it is stated, "would he a blow tq'.Cana-Ja, to tbe Huiplrc- anil to Ihe sui.TcdKcause for which the allies -arc fighting ai such tremendous cos lie appeals to the voters to forget their former parly affiliations and to sup- port the union, government is determined to wiu this war as speed- ily aa possible and at the mlntuutu cost'In men1 and ate German diplomacy or could be con- strued as not permissible, i am unable o vouch for tho genuineness of the realy-i and confine myself to stating Repairing At reaionable pVlce'l. i ;Ali. work 1 jivtn prompt careful ..rttention. The Empire Co. Dallas Hotel Black Lcthbrldge' FURNITURE AND PIANO" Pacific Cartage Co. O. Thomai p. ptrgutcn Phone 3I tnjlanl "Rape's- Dispcpsin' Ends Your.Stomach Troubles Forever. Wonder frh'at'ufiset'your Th'Ulcb. portion of the food did Lhe dam' -Well, don'V If .is.iri .revolt; -Ut-Bouji gassy-' and-upaei, your just tie liaa ferracnled iulo head dizzy and aches; piaes aii'd aciJ and led .tongue just lafce aj little Fape's DiBpepsla and cilnutes you Tronder wKisi became of the indigestion- and' dli- INI ill ions of men; and .women'today know'that IL ia_ needless to have a bad flpiaacn: A JlfUe'DIapepsiir; occaslqtf- ally keeps this delicate' organ- regu- lated and they eat their favorite foddi without fear. If your stomach doesnl lake care ot "four liberal 'IjmlL wlth'but rebellion; If your food is'a Ins iond will all s- ii hio ich measures as corres- usagca and hi- crnallonal I emphatically reject is wholly unfounded the speaker's re- former Foreign. Secretary What ihe. Press M AT STARLAND still" camera, as the kind vvUli xvhlcli motion pictures are nearly causes a Empress" Doris Kenyo'n, and llolbroofe JJIlDii are to be at Star- bnd toiiiglir and arrow.' ANNETTE KHIEB GREATEST WOfclAW MMER AKD STAR OF WIUIAM fOX Au unscrupulous artist has brought his beautiful model to Lhc Grccu Trcu Jim on -the- completion of his master- piece, "The Empress." .Unknown to her he has registered dry and wife." When Rheilearo5'lil3 real Intention sue escapes, not before the BCCS a chnnco Cor black- mail In' later has photograph- the document concerns a treaty oncluded during the war and Is made possible. or thcLbcsL ol the. many arllsllo pro- ductions Bluebird has given to the AT THS MAJESTIC I'rotn a pestilential spoL Illlod with fever to a garden area upon which Inerc arose a city beautiful in minar- et topped palaces and Imposing edific- es, capable of accommodating persons, acciuy like n statement from Grimm or Anderson, but such changed conditions aro In'.tlie' case'ot Wil- liain-J'ox's entire Isl- and at Kingston, Mr. Foi, whose screen', sensation, "A DaugliLcr D[ the Goasf1'. readiting. An- nette Keilermanu. ia, !O-LUE tlie-altrac- lion at the .Majestic theatre next Mon- ay, Tuesday and a pcclal mallaee on nfrcr- oon brought about Ihese changes In ho uiaklng or maBlerpieceJ In one of the most desolate regions helprremcnibcr; Inc quickest, wrttcr agalnsU "Mr. Lander's most Is-Pape's Dlafl remarhg nnd says Tis-willing to pcnsin vhlch costs only fitly centajfor jproVe that the blood. In .ills" veins is large" case at bres, ll'a- ILc real French and, la.. thero- NronderCulrr-jt'dlsqsis food." aiid acUM f6re prepared Lp Join-any, unU Mr. things straight, eo Joins to rc-finlcr the trebch'es that- It la really Kith a weak, disordered' stopaclr, U'a -BO 'for don't go on and on. with ArY A low carloads or gooi bar for.. prompt Advtae quiUtr Vben-'deUrerr "t IAUNDER> HAY 4. QRAIN CO. H.221 A'vi' Pho'rfc 732-. 'i FARMAND Of (he Ilndaon's nay. Company Cfileair'aDtl ESdtaoalot CITY, ANOTARM the; H. Freeom by Freemen be Upheld Victory Bonds Otnatrd 16 the Lethbrldge Committee by P. WLEWIS ZONE New. York, Nov. IhD [el- erkl order barring ejiemy nllcus from lylnB ivilbin York'3 water front1, weqt inlo''cfrccl ac nine 6'clock .Ihls ninrning-ll w'as'fqund ihal lierolWcrc-onlj' 'n'icw'.ramllicg who iacl.nqt heerJetl jPresIclenL Wilson's yarning'. Sonic' ihe'' 10U3C3 Itad Ueen given ft few days extension lo Uriel More Jian. live thousand' Germans :mbvetl lodfiliiBS ncputy Marslials mada'a tour of tht enlife water front soon alter the order-became ellecllye and'lh'p remaining Qcrman- (amlllcs ejected; Kvory, -shipping plervln the southern district of. Now' which IncIMcs .he Hijflsoh river r-orta'as far north as been placcdijn tho barred TJipniis D. iMcCar- thy, TJnlLca Slates in'annil. "'Harbcd wire, fciicea jre now! Keing plxceil around ifus'ilinliatlnn water 'frohl .iinl'sOM !crs thd frlcLv PLAYED. THfe GAME The Llbtrali, and Centcrvitjvet. of Ce'ihbridge 'eonctituen'c'r'jjwho terye'd the with it a Durf Ing'. the tfefitlcn "of. Buchanan playifd the >nd fied fXte wi.r have proved ihelr.vrtrth merft IN AN EWTIftE CHANGE OF 1 and'Novel-. Ever for the Women .and ChlldrtjnUomorfpw with in'- erv "ChiidrVn 2ic; AdulU ilny. Hie Victor WNDS' "Washington, Nov. Marquis of Lansdcmio's remarkable peace yro- gramme, published fu this morning's news'dispatches from London, hae at- tracted the wldesf. attention from offic-' lals nod' diplomats, but brought out no expressions of (or imbllca- tlon.. The nUlLude of Ihe -government was not inJIcated at ell, and among Iho diplomats there was great retlcenco as to them, might Ute the lead in epeaklnp.. ..The inipressioii secmeil to prevail eonic one abroad, probably (n'ljondon or Piris, Tnleht'make aiiswur. x SPECIAL HOME-MADE CANDY TOAStED BJARSHMAL- PEANOTBRnTLE CHOCOLATES' f" Regular price of eath of above lines 40c per..fc, Torriorrow a mixture of all for '2l5ci.pyer Pound ALL GUARANTEED FRE6HN TOMORROW :B7YQUR LAST CHANCE TO ;BUY YOUR-VICTORY BONDS. The Alexandra Confectionery ALEXANORA'HOTEL' BLOCK of the GODS A GLITTERING PAGEANT Or; BEAUTY, WITH THE MOST WOMAN-IN THE WORLD EVERYWHERE We wid rt Jjai Prleit; Adulfi BOC, ChlldrOT '.Zie ;