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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR Sb: letbbcibge DecaU> Hlbctta fllR nAlUY AMO Dally. dellVered. per week Dilly, delivered yea Dally. 67 null year Weekly, by mill, per Tear larly pleased that labor beea named as a member ol the local tribunal. U will assure the labor mcu of tslr treatment- Mr. Synioods Is In thorough svmnsthy with selective conscription, .as U Dr. Couybeare. Doth of item will vxmslilsr every case coming totorc Jhem on Us actual nierlta and! Impose a hardship eere. pr delivered year eey, y mi, per ea Weekly. by tnaH par yair ecrlpllotu Your King and Country Vcu Rljhl I THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR "There Is no cessation of the allied Ion I a PICKED THB OCTOBUn 12, OIVE AKD TAKE TO BRING ABOUT UNION Tbe shedding ot the parly coat Is colne to be more'difficult for Ike Tory Jar" man lhan lor his Grit friend. Ordinarily It would bo B. hard matter for a good Liberal lo break with lite-lone political leader, bul In tills Instance his leader has made It easy [or hlni. Sir Wilfrid Liurlcr has told his followers lo vole OS their con- sciences dictate In this election re- gardless of any allilude he may lake as Liberal leader. Thus when deserl- ing their leader they are cone tbe lose With the Tories, however. Ihe case dlSerent. Owing lo the lid lljfl- Ednionlon it couullng upon a much larger C. P. R. depol. Sleui are being taken lo form an Independent labor parly In Saskalctt- DavlcS MarBhall, retiring M.Pywas renomlnaled by East Elgin Conserva- tives. A. J. Flood aud A. G. Spooner. (orui he Military Service Tribunal at in., Sir Edward Lelchworth. grand sec- etary ot English Kree Masons, died in London, lie was SI years old All records for prices paid lo fisher- men for salmon In British'Colombia i-fre 'broken. At Stevealon dog sal ffiff orosen. 11 oiexeaiun uua i no auiiiiian.. mon were bringing 45 cents each and I vm commandeer all rum Iu the V humpbacks 32 mere is no -B uwlng lo me iiin drive In Flanders. The allacks are j )taljer bappins lo. be premier wide front, i smus the man who leads In the union being continued along with increasing success. The completion ol a new Russian coalition representing Ihe outstanding elements ol the people, will bring a renewed aclivily In the war on Hus- tia'E part. It eipected. .and the strengthening of her armies to reiume the offensive on all fronts against the Teutons. This, IHs staled, will be one of the first considerations ot the new government. government idea. Ihev find it mos difficult to overcome the feeling lha Ihe Tory is running things Jus Ihe same before and that when erals come to the cabinet at Premie Borden'i fall Ihey art forswearla their Liberal parly allegiance for a lime. All of which Is quite wrong. In tho "wln-lhe-war" union govern ent which Sir Robert Borden I rmlnr, there Is no Grll or.Torj l the war, without complete ol the ent bel melcd -ont to Ihe GERMANY MUST BE REFORMED. How a p'aclflsl can openly pray tor lie end ponlshmi Germans Is more lhan we can unUer aland. Knowing as they cannot help but know the barbaric methods of the Germans, they mail reillie 'the men ace an unc'onquered Germany would be (o the rest of Ibe clvllljed world A Canadian" officer, in Lon don during a'recent air. raid relale that-German airplanes-bombed th city_HoL only wllh high eiploslvss an (tflerward, with Inflammable gas bu 1 (brew on. the helpless women children whole masses of yellow pow der'wblch'broushl onl on those who jt even touched ioalhiome.boils" at evll'dlsease. Why sbould.we be aske to consent, lo an early peace wllh nalion- capable of savage'ry ol th 'want an early peace b U must be a peace-that will forev stamp out 'of the world a nallon Ib resorls lo tactics of such a horrible nature and create a .new Gerrnaoy that will. be. buiil upon a'solid foundation of true humanity and democracy- Elllotl. retiring M.P. for North Middlesex. Is a broth- Rev. D. R. Sharp. o( Moose formerly Ollvel church, Caljary has been appointed superintendent of illusions (or tbe IJap'.lst churches iu Scskalcbewan. Daren Fairfax of Cauifrou. the Earl ot UluuEiy. and Lord Fortes. -were elected by Ihe Scottish peers to sit md vole In Ibe house ol lords. A new scheme lo dam the SI. Law- rence has been sel going quietly, and a .company, It Is faU. will apply for nuthorlly wllhln tbe nexl two weeks. mlrally' noviuces lhal H, Kingdom. P J Poulln, for 14 years a resident Ihe Yukon, ended his life deck olA the steamer ntly "affiUated" with the Presbylerl- jng'-frora tbe OcK oil, the steamer hurch, has accepted a call to KU-] Morse when near IJiK Salmon Rev. E. F. Chandler, a former lor of the Oshswa Bapllst church, who recently'affiliated with Ihe Presbyteri- an church, has accepted a call to Ku-, omlc Muial: nutu sylh church, near Owen" Spmid." j cn roule for Dawson. a result ot operations 'ol govern- j p need, ol Illverhursl.. Saska- ment officials'In Fort Arlhur since' nnd robbed, of September 15, nine alleged Vboolleg-1 5350. Ho fays three men lured him In- gers" have been summoned before the lo on and knocked him uncons- pollco niaglslrale; The lisl Includes three holels Some o[ Ihe cistern British Colum w American Institute of'Mining Engi- rmlnr, mere is no uni wi American msiuuie ui -UIUHIB. or the lime being parlies csaso I Bt a session ot Ihe annual con- ilst' who cast their voles tor Teniion at SL Louis. Sulphuric acid Is a requisite In Ihe manufacture of ammunition, and also an Important In- gredient In fertilizer. The Progressive Liberal Associa- tion of Vancouver passed a resolution reaffirming its allegiance lo'Sir Wll- Irld Laiirler as leader.of the Liberal parly, and Its support of-lhe Winnipeg plaliorm and disapproving ol Frem ler Brewsler Joining Ihe sovtrnment ol Sir Roberl Borden.'Joseph'Ha'rtlr characterized the action .of Mr. Brew as an outrage. Mr. iirewsler, ho said had been elected by-the Liberals nnd hoped that when. Mr.. Erewslcr sought tbe suffrage of Victoria, tbal he' would be defeated. To clear up contusion, with regard to the age limits of clzs'B one, which Is lo be called out by.proclimalipn tor service under Ibe Military Service Act on October 13, Ihe following announce- ment WES made by tie..Mlllufy. Ser- vice council: "For convenience, class wln-lbe-war' candidates will d0vso as tlzons owing allegiance tc- and recog- iing no party. That Is Ihe only way whlch the Ideal ot union govem- ent can be atlalned, md we repeal .at the'task i! going to bojl more fficull'pne for'tuc .err ban.for his Gril friend. Yet he must come 10 It It he would be a true ollower ot Sir Robert Borden In the way be hat marked out for himself.' To a great Client the above eipres. Ion of opinion by Ihe Calgary Herald s correcL The great obstacle In form- ng.a- union governmenl has biien sus- njclon.-Tht Irlendi of one parly sus- iho. olber. party bis some laae.mollve. intvUw and vice ,imi' They' Ih'lnk that a deep plot haa been laid" and'if they' ftil.liilsTl they The Obsc'ri'er (uaily anJ weekly and the CauaJlan (weekly of Sarnia. have beon merged balo one IndepenJent dally and weekly paper, the Canadian Ob- server. Roy Henderson Honorable Scars (From'Our Own Taber. Oct. Friday last Mr. Drliu. happened wllh an accident while mlnlns coarat Ihe Canada West lirie tell upon him. cutting bis scalp1 badly' and dislocating his left arm. Dr.'Hamman Is In ntteud-v ice. Pie Hoy Henderson, who wenl oversMS with Iho 113lh batlallou has Jusl relumed, ivlulo Pic. Percy Hose. ft the S2nd battalion is eipccted back Ihls week. Hoth have teen active ser- vice in Franco an'd carry honorable scars Tlrey will he' heartily welcom- ed bad: as both hold a large placo in the alfccllou and esteem of Iho people of Taller. Tie ParU. a who lias lietn resident in Iho lown tor ionic time iwrposes, taking Ilio road shortly as a publli; eiilertalner. H call- Ing at-which he Is a past master. Tho line Thanksgiving weather brought a Ibrge number of visitors to sown lo spend Ibelr. holiday. Among olhers wero Mrs. Claude Campbell, ot Calvary, Miss Trcnholme. Miss Vlelt :Mrs. Howard Dlckson, Sproille, of Lethbrldgc, and Miss Lib- ble Hesk'cth, of Ualey. Of those leav, ing'town lo spend ihclr holiday la l.clhbrldge. Calsary 'and elsewhere several msmbera o! Hank ot Cominereo stnlf. Mr. and Mrs John Robinson and Mrs. Duft. Thaukfgivlng services In loca churchps 'on Sunday, October fib wcro well "ntteniled. Those In the Methodisl church were conducted. b> Ihe Rev. John Knwcetl ol Coaldale In the St. Thomas church large con gregnttona turned out 16 hear th new reclor, (ho Rev. Frederick Ta> lor, ol Cannangny. Tho Impresslo niailo was allogethcr tavorablq. >Ir Taylor hna got nwny wlUi a feood star nnd Judging Irom Iho reputation thn has preceded'him, he will be a vah able addition to the community. At Krioschurch 111 conjunction ,ivit was held at wlilc CONGOLEUM RUGS WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT. BOUGHT PEFOP.E THE ADVANCE IN PRICE. S'1'OCK IS KXTttA HEAVY .JUST' fixt) FOR ONE WEEK ONLY OUR PRICES AS FOLLOUH: iliir ?7.50. .Sale Price........S41 Itrg'iilui1 Slilc Price 9x12 Res-uii.11 ijilo.OO. Sale Price HAYR HARDWARE Jliss Wilhelmina Meyer has secur- ed for" breach of promise from'Vlrginlus SI. Julian Mayo, an accessory manufacturer wllh whom she had been living lor clever, years In New Haven. The army and navy vclerans at SeSSSSn? are flEbti purfiuiis.'1 tlsm.'The solofst morning se vice was Jlrs. nasledo, who remlcre 'ill ndmlrable form Ihe solo. "Fear -nol.'O Israel." Al the eyfning son August Bolm, wnMound at TOR THE NEXT RAM SAI.E Lelhbrldge's firsl 'ram sate bap onstrafed thai, though sheep ranchers ot 'the dlslrlbt may not be pay.lpp'.notcX prices for leaders o? 1 'their nocks, there Is nevertheless a bis riemaild lor rams here every fall. Hav- that this, demin'd .ei- Ihere is'evsry encouragement for .making the rim sale an annual at fair. The Herald would like, however, lo "lecond the which has al ready ratdo Ibe Soulh Al ne .r'uiiiear That' sor'L ot feeling can 30 itlrlbuied lo idp ;much concern .Real union, goyem- the-, kind1 of .union .-govern- wlthoul'chlldren, bclween agea ol SO and 31. U la to be noled, however, that under Ihe provislohs'ol lute the method of-flilng theae Iwo limits is different AE far as concerns the age ot the date' of Ihe proclamation governs. Any man who on Lhat -date baa reached Ihe age ol-20--years IB within the class. With regard ID. the.limit ol 34 years, however, tnls-ia ftod by ret crenco to. January-1. 131'- Any man -who has not reached, the 31 August Holm. was.oun gu, Weyburn.'of Ihe.murdcrof his'Illegll-. wntcrcth tho Halls, Imate child and sentenced by Judge j tho choir. i _ .__: _'.. Thai Thn roi Klwoofl to hang on January 9lh. The. matter of Ihe child. Mrs. Julia Gram 'departure nt Ihe now serving a lenn for conccalmenV DurinB his rcsiden; ol birlh was the chief wllneti against I'lonlmoil himself John. to- fcetber. dlrect-Can- aSalr'j so-that ?we can'play our and tho f arty "po'irn'cs' should, biput in u'iifll tie war Is over, piirdiflerences.should be lo'st and we shcralil i gel "together, Qrlts and Tories, Socialists and Laborltes, to do a- good Eefl pa.ri ;in iaving- democlbcy. If.a'r'eai union government Is form d we mual pollllcil 'dlf crenels' aid think .of onrielvea only as Canadians and war winners unless, ol course, the onion government falU o meaiu're up to expectations. We know H will be hird lor a lot ol people lo shake pit politics, even al.Va.r thne. and theW will be people who won't shake It off. However, bulk ot oor people are serious abou the war aci they wint concerted effort 'put forth by Canlda and they TVDO has nol ine age or samuei nanueau, CUILUI ui date Is'-within the'class, j Rev. Frederick of Sea- t" Is io be noted also forth, and Kcv. John CararAell Rf- urpose of any man> married berlson, the assembly.': first general f ,n.T i- I canrafnrl- fnr pllnflflV MfhOOlS and Her July 6. 191 nffiarrled. 'berta Wool Growers' aisoclatlpn lake hold of the neit sale and puV (orlb every effart ,lo make it Ihe sufceis. I 'i! possible to make U- Thii can b dona by thnd encouragenicnt ot many lead- Ing l.lberali." MONTREAL STAR. Montreal, Ocl. Slar says hlrlh the right to enjoy tne full Inn Eentieme'n nanied al lhat Ihe named to .U.I.MMO... are cllizena ol Ihe aUBulnf-in each community. aiiil'Mr. Syrrinnds i Jlislly alT'a'ppllcanls for ex- 'FOOB' PLEDOE8 Wlrinlpeg.'Oa; A commllLeo o "Tho negotiations have been some- what Icnglby. Their result lj great- r than' many expected. The Idea hal the first duty of n n Canada al this Juncture Is lo" take acllon towards winning the war !s vldely accepted. Olhcrwlso meil of such -pronounced tlews would not lave grave atop of separ allng themselves from their uiari.y even for o time, anil Incurring llm criticism which will certainly bs.dlr against Ihcm by'lMose who look upon Ihe slluallon wlih less clear vision. There should not bo any doubl abou'. the effect upon. Iho counlry'of Iho aclWn taken. Tlie Dorden government may forward lo Lho elecllonii confident thai on Lhc issue Ihnl overshadows nil othora, IL will have (he'supporl. of an a- maforlly of Ihe electors' lac will LE CANADA Canada, makes-' no Jlr Haroiil Llnnlng has repurchas- cd the draylng onlill of Messrs. Wll- ion ft Wymcn, who purposo of Hie Gorman llio.mll w "by a'vcry high'role ot pay .olfcrcil lo Ihosc the somcc; is repurchas- famblis ivrJlcr nn naval affairs, naya: Messrs. WI1-- "Tho tivo slgnlfii-aiil facts about tho Ihlrd, by the .promise ol prize money tor every ship _ "From February, lo SepLembcr of Lho same year (here wafi no lack of vbliinlcera, but In 'A'ligUsl ami Sep- tember Ihe measures lak'co.hy the Un- link admiralty be'ean-lo be etfeclivc ami Ihe losses- In IQerman submarines very formidable. Junl hpiv many boals were sunk hna.riever been puh- llahcd. hut It was a'very-high pro- Iiorllon, probably'excpeillns Pflypcr rent.'of ihoiic al iho illspoaal of Ihe acrraan aiilhorllfos In this porloil. anil -Ihe fact of thcso'losses Conhl nol bo Pollen, I concealed from Ihe Qefman Ihelr lime lo sheep farming. "FirsL, LliaV llie-miillny Is In con ficsnll was dial volnnlCcrlng fell on and H became nccessary'lo from the hlfih seas fleet'at-Kiel 'P10 the submarine' n..., ---j yj IQC Tlly 10 IjaVB lltlJIUVtJYCj clly, We oday "Blnr Koberl Hor len's success. In assembling a union Id carry' on and .win tho war, will bo received with a ol relief throughout Ihe Ecnnineiy patriotic psr.ple of Canada will be very glad Lo be rid of real For that Is Ihe mean- ing ol this developrncnl.. "The nation would he eternally graleful If Now accepted 'Iho Inevitable and made" "If imanlm6ui. muel'tho Llbern) leaddrs In Ihls province feel Ihelr grave and Ihelr-iar-rcacjifng1 reaponilblmy In malnlalnlng a which Ihfealdna a most Ijolnle ;'.f i'-.a IriTiisc'Wnouic CIHTU..S Cilgary, Oct. lo have fiojiowlvej Blgn a Newa-Telegram i'Theorettcilly''. -aoloj v.anauii, luiiftca- ,iw comment, on Ihe union government, but heads' H's Oltawa dlsnllcns followa; "At last Ihe Bnrdcn.cMlltloi..cub; Iner la formed. "Mr. Harden sacrlflcea half .ol Ilio portfolios to llid; Liberals ho has lathered up." CONSERVE Wool ffew York, Oct. A reaplilllon urging American rhamifaclurcrs 'lo conserve wool hy using1 suballtulcs.lri labrk.i lu clvlllun clollics, Hi" there may'be wool for arroj and navy rcfiiilrcrncnfn, was adoptet yealeriiay by 300 here a Celiriry Indus.lry, 00 mcu, of Ihe Nallnn'ii j taKtn on. There Is Ecbnomy Buying I jrcl One Himdrcd.cciila. worth for cvei-y dqilar a Suit or Ovcicoiit i ........_'" by Ine committee on iupplle! by Ihe council of deft ,4LUEN iiiul ii lillle extra in iiii'il _ They fit and sntisradion guar- anteed. The Fall arc your poV. The Great ;