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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta F1MDAY, NOVEMBER'30v 1917 THE iB DA1UT HKKM.IJ lie, nun NOT; curivs. in a despatch -gives au oulliKu-uI-.Lhfi law T rcsbccUiis lioaslus, jic prlnlfl In lie I'ravi'Ja., Accordion to (his cmltl'nc pvory'person payloc ierfl roubloi yearly'li Iq be exempted Iron) ot reiil for tha ueit six Lotfgora rcriMwg-rooms also to Lte cxciiiiit aud evictions will taol'bo'permlUtd wlllioul S decision by the'TC-Tolutton court- Each; member of a family Is entitled to cue xbom.. Surplus TOOJUI arc lo be placed u Ike 'dlspo'sil of workers llvlug lodttcga. Usls are to be vrcparci) ihd d't'Ci limn (he 'dytllera are to bo IP; heists of persons. All hateii.au! fur'alsM lodgings are'lo'be Uktn by the workmeu's councils' and placed 'under the nSaiiaeemerit oMht hoMl employ- ees' union. Increases ID real aro for- u and -In'rrlnjiheaK -o( llis> law o covertly uuulshed. Minnoapolli, Novi CiirlM her Hires clill- dreu Elizabeth, ;4l Taunts, S: A'rihur, JI, Idstihelf llres when lire destroyed part pMUelr borne here to injur'cil llyW. blrVlfe and children, ivlio Jujre by coa! gas.from stove, before liJ lire gained Tvfo (Ireinen also viere. lujuroa'.vv'-v'- IN THE MATTER OF SEIZURE UNDER CHATTEL MORTGAGE. Margaret Mackenzie, w AND' i- Victor Piohiu, Mortgager 1 WILL SELL Tuesday, 1917 AT THREEl.O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON At the farm of Mat Bohmtr, about three mflts north wertof ChhL, VHE FOLLdwlNo: One With One Cook Car. Ore' Bunk Car. Two Wagons' with 22 barrel tanVa. fthfs'fE as fine' an" outfit as there it In Iht country. Good new. .For further Information a'pply to tne.underelgnf'd-, C'-- -'ri For Further triforrnatfon 'Apply ti'T. -Ji'SIMONS, Bailiff. Dated at Lethbrldie, thl> 23rd' day of 1917. A.. People's Forum must this head tag ot the To Ibe Edjtor of the I get Eouiewhat un- der the collar wlie'u I read ID the col- umns of your per sucb lettera as ot James "Thompson. Dun- and Henry Gilvln commenting ;oa euloglilnE our tbe uovaralleled syslcui adopted tfiem ID Ihe government ot ihLs fair clly wliCQ (nose tame njen kbdvr arid frar'dly could express lhat tlile cUy nevcf bad government uiilll It Jls so-called form o[ governiDeDt- Sir. tor eistapio one of fha great IDat lula clly derU- from Uila system Is that Instead of Uavlog six or seveo braluleis old tog- tugclher and secretly sislng' and deliberating un ttte cs of Ibe day, It has ibree grand and uobie heads, devo.Ung cau reasonably spare each day between Iho hours of 10 a.m. and p.m., at barely living salaries, ell- ItDg around, Ibe table ot the council ,n'llh doors thrown open to public ;md devising ways and means tor Ihe moral and eplrllual welfare and Ike upbuilding of (he man- lioort of city! and so .arduous; do IHclr duties become, -and 30 clogged their brains Ibai It'J.-; a case of n Elty lor each iu turn lo Lake a l Jaunt to sued places as KIup, Okoto-Vi or where tlic air Is. I a vlgo rat- Ing and acts as a "valuable (nev: or'aity further, however, for. v-'bere tlic devil would Hie muncy come from) instead or atfendltig BO me important. convention or Inspecting the workings of sonio pruhlblUoii plant I of the large eastern cities, outlngc (hat would entail some lavish expenditure and would be of great bene- fit to the city In I tat It would have some valuable jeporls filed and stow ed away rn Ihe back shelves of the vault for reference some 20 years icnce. Another example, sir, of the great devotion to the Interests was shown when they took over Ida1 ujtiirously cguipped ..building; used as city hall, after ifred health of, members and 1 A- ;f LJ-- :.'v -i' aturday Atternoon Next ".'-'I'.- '-s PROMPT -.-IS 'FAVORED WITH iNSTrfuCTlONs: FROtl 'THE TO. ''T-'REs'ERVE :AN 'ArtEMBLAGE OrYVERY V .W braEs.bed: with coil Bprlnpii'ind felt matt- clrv cassiaa-! walnut; larEe.cieval mirror; omaaslye niprrlB chiilr. Iti.ims's- Jon oak; -KBiidapiuo coticK ,-vefy> fjne '-library clialra h'eayy quartered oak rial In, splendid chair; toldlng-.card t ihi a void Ing the great drain on: the fin fluclaj wealth of the city'in paymen1 3l. tie previous.quar Lers. .Further, look at our- efficient police force, under eagle eye, of the iuay or.- Do we a; Corner In Ihe business .section without, one 'of its alaiwart _. representatives dallng. ouf lajf and see a man demanding Ihan two. 'feet-of "a along, do we 'of. iqlnts.Jn the some of -the1 no, 'our" ere and the strangers who oiir-gates' -hare "no phance r THESE :he m Wire e levJnV thai Is Is just for ihe burden and sacrifices of this war should be j somewhat nearly equalized acrordlug o the strength of Iho two couulrlea, and uQlll the United iquali or ;early equals Ihe I'f.forls which thla made fn pSrtlclpatiou p to Ita man do not thluK that it Is wise or necessary fqr Canada, lo the tanjo measure as that adopted by the Jutted (be conipulsory mill- eerrlro law. Iu oilier worda on of the conditions which exist .country caused principally by lhe large German population and ele- ment, the, only course that (he Unit- ed Stales could pursuo to prosecute ho war successfully, was la placing ,he whole natlcu under military lair, done by passing the se- ectlvc compulsory uiflLiary service act- For theje reasons 1 believe Ibe United Slates was Justified in pacing hli law, and I contend that f am con- (I stunt''in harlng Ihe that Canada la not Justified In passing the conscription la'vr, for the reason thai he ronJitlun nienllaued does not exist here, and in view of (Uo erlent n which Canada Las participated In .his war witi her man power up to'tue preEeiit time. L cannot agree with you Mr. Editor is-tg (he United 'States being more deuocmllc than Is Canada, having lived. In both countries, 1 can truth- fully say thai 1 have dlst-erned net dif- ference as to tho democracy of Ihe two countries. As A my fears tf Canada cot being able to provide h'er soldiers, wllh food, guns and aiiunurillloo on ihe bat He Fields of France Icing unfounded; inlght f ask what sized army could we have provided for during the, years of 1911 and 1915 the years foil owing the crop fahurcs "of I9JQ and 1915? Arid'us you still Insist thai Ihe volun- (feer of enlistment of man (ipw- er han been a failure In Canada, tiot withstanding thai four hundred tliou sand or mure men h.ivq volunteered and offered thelrjtves for (hc.causn in this .war. Hovr'iiiEny nicu have vol- unteered, and offered their fortunes for Iho cause In this war? I have not heard of one. ft'111 ore has been any failure in too" volunteer giving in this war, ILo failure has been lhat of the money power, and nol of man power. to'.the conditions In Quebec. Wlille I ajn 'iipl'Jn favor of Can nil a Idopllae- the (measurer which United States adopted tn the matter of con BcrlpUon. of; Canada jnight be greatly benefltled by adopting" the which president. Wlleoii found necessarV lo.adopt, pur> POS.Gi of handling llie agiiafors, trait aparchlslsiand their ilk, nnd ap ply il in Quebec lo a goad advantage, UTe henrts of Iho' French Canadians In-Quebec are sound and Hrua.i if left, to -Iheir own .Incllnallons ind.' judgment, and ivoukl 'share towards prose cuilon'of the vnrv: But agltalors most .vlclcnl type, are allQ1 .q roam urovinee and'teach.anarchy, trea iqhV governmenl s il any" wonder these people arc con Cuae-d? Is llu any 'wonder thai these ,to par i'at'-lhey sHould'take iu the yrbseiiu ion'ot this 1 believe (huse trait kent'.in all uutll thU War'ls Iher a elKdue' pft pollce.'fi..... meiits'uoder auperT_.XT- of thft-lionlenauls, a Jatrnt for lire, benefit dfr mine 'AT TWELVE O'CLOCK SHARP At My Fsrm, 4 N, L of RKorlhprirJiuU, might'well Tbc'pVwid oi'.suctf noble, army o{ well worthy, demanded In is a marvelIjwKere'lhe money coines V from to rTried' ihe' flp- city of course an election la at t no doubt .comes out ot campaign fund a. other, lloutentint rpcefyet! (or the IK whlchVhe rupg irards'when he. .can't 'if when he" sclenllflcallx, that about one falla to give .Ihe desired; during Xow, able "goyerri'- iceiVl (tiji so wake'up ami do not lel.lh'ui 3rd of DWifmber pass .without liking action: Thanking t- :-Aii In iiresult' of not biued'llie law, and. which depleted from" Up; of- aVphj-slclan fronij that country. I Ibal if conditions ,wer'( aV a result p coiopiUsclry, conscription guide (lie -people in their, dutj depicteJ Ly ple" '.wquliT-.hayo'; IL an i uldf have en'gitoa a chaWceir -'In, conclusion I Wish' s'ay thai I an dot- a''pacJflsl, or respec Lo! this Trar. What you fejitlst, I a.m.! at a knowrbuL if Ih'ai-ls yoiir who are' gpjiig to try gov-jl nt" on l. Iffh, (J -5- NEW CANADIAN LITERATURE COMING v- Xov, the toureo of au'adilress lo the St. 1 J a oies Literary Society here to- 1 on Canadian literature, 1 J. M. Gibbon, general publicity agent of the Canadian Pacific v Hallway eipressed optlnilam in future of literature Jn (bis coun- iry Me Bald: one reruemuerd what au eouolloiial wave fur v Eugltsb literature In the days folloiviuff the erttai armajj, c- It uorcasonablo IP expect a uew era of Canadian lileralure in lite.days following and Vpres and BY AUCTION 484, HORSES WE WILL OFFER AT PUBLIC AUCTION In Corrals, near the Tay- lor Mill, in TUESDAY, DEC 11 AT 12.30 P.M. .187 Hares, weight 1100 Ibs. to 1500 118'Sucklng Colls. 90 Yearling Marcs and Geld-, Inge. v 31 2's, Mares and Geldings. 30 Broke Geldings, ys and .-.-25.Sa'ddle Horses. Tp.be'ioUl In lots to suit pnr- will aUcnd: to Etock uelDg brought' Irom Uic J" tor convenience 61 le.vOwner.h'as 'enlisted: 7' TERMS ;LA; 1.1 OWNERS r'Auetionetri: CEO. H. LEGLEH, !pi" Short Notice AUCTION SALE on Monday, December 3rd AT SHARP ACTING UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM E. C. PECK AND HENRY M. FREY, I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE OLD LACHLAH BELL RANCH, 3% MILES SOUTH WEST OF P1NCHER CREEK AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE BUNCH OF t Horses and Cattle CATTLE: 65 Hereford" ami SLbrtborn cowe, from 3 to 5 yam old. iQclu'llug some good nillcfc coirs; 10 steers and heifers; 1 Here Tor J bull, 3 years old. HOKbtS: 2ii 3 i? old. v-'elKhlng from 1100 Lo 1150 Ibs. These marcs .are I red lo a prize Pcrcherou- 20 eeldlagfl, from i to 6 years old. from 1100 (o llis.. some broken lo harness. All (he above slock Is native bred and in first class condition, 32 young plge; I registered boar; KaggOEE, 1 democrat; 1 Bet single harness; heavy work barm-Js; Uatn sle-Jgljs tfiid olhw artJcles. TERMS CASH OR APPROVED JOINT NOTES LUNCH SERVED E. C. FECK AND HENRY M. FREY, OWNERS C. M. COLLINS, AUCTIONEER S Wl Sdl Eithtr Sp Mid Reserve J Abo 25 Pnrcbrisd SliroiBhire RMU, 3 FOR WRITE'OR PHONEA think' thai you are "aL''yhple lot 'of if cf eat Is Is -'scattered Ihfbugh'out Ihe rtoraioion of Canada. for j'ouV.Taluable space [-'beg Id rfiniajn. 'truly1, H. GALYIX. STRIKE IN were published here tntcept one yrnlch employs non-union' labor; owing 'of 'printers .who rtrmanii hlgiiey-. wages In view cost of living, Seli ere havf) refused the" llcdembor the be. rat seel .he Trice, ol.-iiiwapapcra'. will (0 two. cenls.'S. ehiment In Ibli camptlin.. YooriUrL 'opereiron' the r.nu bellerc Ih'it I am M: In dMllngJwllh 'tie' afgonionls bf Mr.'Nowlon, yoa'sfirtiW tho rtlsaeclkra of his r'feinn'ot lhat inirto tl6 Boinc .''people 'ttiliat our on iccoiinl of thit from United, In- clInM (0) Ihe'Opinion Honed would pbllcr. la whlcK'tu'd 'beill-idoptrt id aidless If 1 i cjiii HrJ mi CROSS UuvCc'. Move froTA 'lvtr'. tni J ,resl euyi "Callfomta. Syrup "ot ''up bile lentiy -movea .out ycnr hsra'a well'.playlul child isalri. Chjfnrcn 'Ihe llme.from play lo crapty (heir bowels, ini ihey become ttti sluggish ard stomach