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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE nm LETunmpoF. MONDAY. OCTOBKK 22, 1917 Ibi "fcecalfc Blberta 3 A I IV A N O W C E K LV delivered, per week Daily, delivered per year Daily, by mil. per rear Weetlr. ay mm. per yeir Ihh I BlooJ alcme once more. severely condemned by Ibe 'wire-pull- ers' or the lar'r-" It Is iulereslfug ID liai-c Sir Sam's statement oa (Ws auestlou. Ue wu lu ihc government ihe lime and ihould know. "Bis bead' Is a chronic coniplalul Mof Sir Sam Hushes- AnJ now lhe JI-51 i Hamilton IK'raM says he Is troubled a mischievous i complication- TELEPHONES fiujfne.ij Office 12! Editorial, Office ......1........ W. A. Buchanan President and Uacaelnj; Director John. .Torrance Buainesi Miuifi 1 Sir Sam llusbea fc endearing j language of "iuy boys' Mewcurn aud i RiHant.vne, tut he neglected to In I i-lude "my boy" Carrell. There uc i ueed for echo tu I ues ol expiry ol euoscrlpUooj dally on IiMl. Accept- "The more tuau became a pollil cian ID ilmo of war (lie tesa he became a pairloiT salj Dr. Michael (JUrk at KdmontQQ That applies to politicians likely some of them in the future. PICKED UP JN PASSING THE Out., clieesc factory, was destroyed by fire t A toy far lory will te established Tort llupa. Kauiij MicMunby, or West Lome, died, aged 101 yeard, K. J. McLe-iu, of BowruanvllliL'. lus been IJVIIQ luted jutitor county Jmlpe Tar tho roimty ef It cut rev., II Is esiimateJ that liter? are I wo Uuuilrcd thousand Llowau CiUUoHcs now serving lu (he I'. S. forves. The Ne York MecliaulcV Assocla )iie on rtitxftl lu favor of Your Kfna And Country Right NowJ John A. Irvine, Liberal candidate in West Calgary, will not support uniou which means ihai Jobn JA. Irvine will not be elected. His j declaration merely enables him 10 re- main In the field. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Russians are yielding ground be lore ibe uerinan invasion on the Hal- tic coast, and have completely evueu- cted the Moon Island and Moon sound region. It is stated, howeVer. ihu armies escaped without ol .'any account- The Russian fleet, haoi- pered as thry nre by necessity ofjoa active service. That Is a remark- Port Hope nod a boys' club at Ihe beginning o[ Ibe irar. mem- ber offere-l (o ealfst and Iwo were refused. Ttvo have been killotl s guarding iJie gulf of inland, haro -balllcd wiili [he Germans in ihe Bal- tic with what effort they can put 1 fortn, and vlille iht-y have been un- able to block ihe invasion, have in- ofllctei no mean-losses upon the Ger- fleet. These victories of the Germana in this quarter, however, while being ap- pareotlT dlsaEtrous for the Russians, have really little effect upon war, tad are arousing no enthusiasm in Germany. The defeats suffered 'from week to week on the weslern front by Geniiatiy ara more vital in Ibeir effect uoon Ihe Tillimale toncrusion-of the war' than any victories which G.er- njany might wia elsewhere, partlcu characters ruined by him. The story Unit He warehouses. Dominion Alliance." Can'only be Uiapbrary- v- Oir'the western' [rout, -Id iiid'elseVhere, the allies "up. Ihe.'orfcnsKe. Wilb''a periLsUnct .that allows no leeway, for the, Ger- mans to dig in for lhe .winter.. rj'Olf. Mfl. GRAHAM'R: POSITION I'- Iii n speech at OtUwa. Hon. Geo. P that if the new government's prograiB were adhered to My the government ho-would fire ibly, good record (or one social anlzatioii. Gads by gets off this cue on Sir loaeph Flavelle: nlllloDs of Rumor has is. that are having their D, M. Dk'kensgti. postmaster-general tin? United States under President Cleveland, at Detroit. New York grocery clerks threaten to strike. They demand a week and an eleven hour Jay, T. E. Simusuu, ex-mayor of Sault Sle. Marie, will likely comoM Ilia I ?eat as a Conservative. Hev. -M. C. McLean Will become as aot'litc pastor of Walruer Koad Hap- tlst church, Toronto. has appeared lu ChtraKo. It has a xvhole wheat crust, and np- (uarejnly la not proving unduly popii- [lar Hev. Sidney vlU eo back lu Oregon where tils U ho cun- j not set n here. L Ira Douni'Hcy IDUVL'I! Ills 1 luricli Into the building lately by the Press. Tost offii-c- insiKclor Vald Ibo local lustllullon a buslueaa vis] I on Tburstlay _ Chris liolo is off to Calgary nnj Mary Karney. aged four, of C9 Mnr-- Uaulf for u little revrcallon. street, Toronto, was fatally burned A number of Lomtiml pooplo at l to incct Nov. l eo. veil known rest- j t Kiliuoulou. Is dejtl. ivhile playing wlih Dr. kjoluics. o Conservative cuc at Goderlch. u-iuled .llio IleLeeca Unoco ai _ Vulcan i Tuesday night. ;loiii u The C I1. U. aro levelling the ground Iluion, i near the station. Tiiero was A gomleman hi [uwu U week locking for n locution D. II, Thomson, ol Kenastoii, j harness sliup and ehoo hospltul. was attacked by a_b'uH aud Jled from 1 This week u niovjug picture nro- ihe Injuries rccolvcd. Ho Hime from f motor was on ham.. Things likely Crln Township, Out. be looking up next week. _ The has been moved Into Iris, the three-year-old daughter of JTUK store W. S. Jones. o( 1'arry iR uitss- Thp clevatQrs iha, were clos. Ing, and la fPOTCd to have been picked cd ,u ,uc huve resumetl uy by a hand ot gyusles. business S. J." .7 for, ,m i program, on. The umuunieil smn of CONGOLEUM RUGS WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT. BOUGHT BEFORE THE ADVANCE IN PRICE. STOCK IS KXTIU HEAVY JU.ST XOU' FOR ONE WEEK ONLY OUR PRICES AS FOLLOW 3: Ifrgiiiur Siile-Price Sale Price Sale Price Itegular Sale Price wl.cji lie alieinpldd lo board a'tuuvhiBj .ralu Tlie C'oufedflrjtiou Life essot-Iation have secured the semiT> uf W. P. W'U' Cold, formerly Inspector of the ad- ml lustra I Ion o[ the Liquor Act In AI- beria, as manager in tbe Northern "Al- Lena field, gRs get pickled in bis This is a matter for tbe Major, the llcv. C, A. Williams, tor of Si. James Methodist tUurt-li. Montreal, the larpest I'rotestaut church in Quebec iirovlme. will be- pastor' of the 'Tinioiliy Katon I'. W, comrariag them lo lhe early I'aslor of the Timoihy Katon hriattan? Memorial Methodist rlmn-Ii, Toronlq. Ch Hnrvey Smiili, aged son of Theodore Smith, P.L.I., was drowned while alonu on the Southwest river. for THE C.S.E.T..COfVVENTION A Letter to the Farmers (Uy S. S. LJunhatii. Clulrmati of ihe Promotion and Publicity you da not. know what these Idlers' mean, because 'In tnc country tho moremciil Is new, but Ilia Cana- ian Standard Kftlciency TL-BI for boys Owing to business lion. C.' lia9 for ils object Ilia setting, of "a SI Hyman. ol London, Imp bee'u fort-' tlandard for the Canadian boy In the ed to ilerlino the pOEliiou of 'scrull- neer of Ihe overseas vole, for ivlilc-h four pniielpal tlciaonls of lila charac- ter, mental, moral and ser- if tbe hoy grades up tu the -If would be well if the non-partisan league would declare where It stands South Ontario, and II. M. Mowat, K.C., on Ill parent across the line! nephew of the late Sir Oliver Mowal, i- both promineut Liberals, have come 11' 1 taken a. pronounced ante-war ai-1 titudVand Lafol letle. Is the :AIbcrla branch'favor- ablie-to-a .rigorous-proatculion of the -1- r> lie beeii .iominated bv Sir vice. If tbe hoy grades up to the "'lanrinr slanJard in these four ulpmonts. he tf; on ..r to dul .Calder Is minister ol colonization, h'uVjhat does nol necus- fariiy-mem (bat he has anything to do1 With colonist -Jaw jSince union government is ..es- pecletTlo'cleaifup'.lhio'gs" in the-coun- try, the colonization--minister might as well clean up tbe colonist cars. U might help'colonization to do EO. Rev. Dr. Chown told his Leihbridge leave aud'ieuce LOn Friday that there i-.ThlmseJtJree lo oppose to Lhe full waa amongst .the :boys .in his powers auy-attempt oji j'Vtlie-part of-the financial -pirates.; lo -jtplnnder lhe public treasury. Nobody' rv'Vill differ with Mr. Graham's position. ij'U Is eiactlr.the position any patriollc "should take. A candidate r-J-who is m.syuipalhy with the financial won't get very far In the forth- elections. the trenches aud thai practically all of (hem wero In favor of conscription. It'ls a pity that the people hick hone don't assume Ihe. same attitude as the real fighters. Hie men who are prepared lo make the sacrifice. Ihose who say they are Depos- ed to compulsion remember are the worst compuUlaqlels. They would force the men who have gone to France in rerailo thwe without fur lougU and.without relief until the lai man Is killed off. This la what they mean by their yery rightly asserted Dr. Michael Clark ID his Ed tnonton speech. .SYSTEM 'ThrBnnUord Kipositof (Liberal) B recent Jeller of Sir irAllen'AyleaWorth's as "a labored ar- jumentV against conscription. It out that, such democracies AS Great, Brilaln, New Zealand'and the UuKed Stales have resorted lo compul-. tion because yolnniary fetrulUnE can- i-Inot be depended upou for the main-' J; tena'nce ol adequate armica. The Ei "So far as Canada Is concerned, ahe W. given Ihrce years' trial lo the voluntary system, and It has broken ft x.down. The choice, therefore, llea ba- ly.flwcen-.conacriptton and abandoning ;The of Hoo. Arlhur Melgbe 'I the Canadlana already at the front to j aprj HOP, jaaies A. Calder on the sam Tale. Which does Sir Allen pre- ai In a Methc -Aferr" fdlst church at (hat-speahloK on Le only has lhe voluntary tail down, as lhe Expositor saya, j can't be resuaclalcd by V party governmenl. There were the voluntary syblem under the latcj when the lle lhat binds Is conn but the removal of those try >nd not parly, the singtrig ran VcTlla. wouldn't help voluntary recruit-1 a'l more heartier. Anyway, conscription la the only fidenipcr.a.Ucjpelli.oj yf.maintaining an, army; Saskatchewan followed Alberta's example and took a- newspaper man Inio.thc EOTernraenl. Hob. S. J. Lai ta, new minister o Hfgfnrayj, Oeo. P- Smith Alberla'a 'new Provincial' Secretar; are both newspaper publishers am were bolh born In Middlese: county, Onlario, tqo. tiie SorermuenL, -tne lle Moose Ja FOR ELECTION SirnHughe3 garc'another fam at Lindsay. He >l union government, and be 1; f'aJso' telling tales out of school In n Klhat Interview. He was asked, "Out not Laurler force Ihls wai f and he replied, '.'I j'eee bow. On three different occa- Ihe "goVernmcnt f la elf planned i jelCctfoDB In war If me. Once Ijmmedl after of 15H, {about lhe time Of the of Ins ihird, when Mr. Rogers "jcailc hl3 (amons end Inspired Monl- ;real address. H la understood Ihtire twas atlll another occasion. When Vw6r wag declared and before any of parliament i .ravored PIII elet In Auguel, 1914.' No one Again, after tbe session, ,'wljAi wa? planned to ew'ng en e.'ec because of Ilortkn lo Laurler during Hie session [lit Llhcrels behnyed an wfll..In PartlBice- no mailer whether Lll irals or Conservatives, don't gepni.l Iko union govtrnmenl. Certain LI erals won't support II hccauec 3 Sober L Dor den fa at the he_ad of I at least lhat Is Ihelr excuVc.' The Thoraas Times, a Conservative papp reporU that dtBafTectli eilsls aod (hat .cerUin ConserraUv aro going up and down ID tbe land i nounclng the union government 'Grll machine" and Horrien an James McAdam, formerly a well- town railroad cngiueer, was iusfanNj- iq Ilision Friday at Fpnd dn Lac, C. H. Caban. K.C-, has retired. as ousen'atlve candidate :n St. tviv.T- ce-St. George divisloir, in vor of Hon. C. C. Bajlantyne, Henry P'orbes, n-ho-had ;been-ilis- llr. ti. D. Stauley. ol IHsli Klvtr, )5.-rl.of sccilon 19, silunli; Iwq miles Jrth of tho Qf'VuVan, f'ir r.utn r.i lie this Itraiie'ly a years a.no sn.d has (ice HAYR HARDWARE CO. liuod. Jf lhe farmer Is lo attain (lie tlon In the ho Ueservcsvhe just look iv el I (u the quality of the I manhood engnfcd in" the business. i Why slibuld not the former's boy have fug the price double Ji! value, besides ever-v opjioriunlly lli.it is given lo tho t-roys ivrr; iv.o to develop leaderc araang the (own boys? Why should not the farmer's boy liave-advantage uf lhat DIOVC- rucnt? Dclievlug that we 'as a class are just as alive to the interest and j_-. boys as arged as medically.. unnL before luc While the Onlarin Llbe'rals did not LOOSC a successor lo Hon. tvewlou owell, as leader of Ihe'op'positlon, "at icir meeting, .they passed a rcfblu- 011 expressing their- determination to in tin ue the pCDgressive oliclcs advocated In recent years, and >polnted a comraltLee ol seveii to" d fi- de on. the mode of proccdare irt con- ecUon vrlth trie appointment -.of a rovlncial leader- _" i Dr. J. J. Harty, son of ttie Hon. ?rty, former Liberal member (or [ngiton, has been to run-as a nlon gOTernment candidate, fp -Ipngs- GETTING TOGETHER OUT IN VANCOUVER Vancouver, Ocl." local, fin-lhe-iyar league (onfght iicld a (engfuy mcolfng venlion, to he held at Lc.thbrifJgc from .Vavemter fllh (o liilr' Inclusive. Some of Canada's'nio9l" successful boy instructors and leaders will be In cliargc of that convention. Every 'leetj aped boy especially of the latter 'teens 'is cligiblo and urgently invited political situation was: to ba present. further discussed and as.s result and witl (onslit of rcBislrallon is likely that a convention will -be j fee, the.railroad fare vjjlc.li will proh called in Vancouver before the cud obiy be" one fare, and nossiblf 3 or 4 of the H'cek. A preripus" Any t-ounirj' My WHO ivill had been allijnded hy ihe reprcsenta-; tivea of the Burfard Liberal Assocla-' lion, bill at its annual meeting that' association declined (9 have nnything to do to Mayor W. D. L. Hardle and apply for membership will have a room assigned- to him, nml irill he care of. when ho arrives in the proposition. THE HOME OF THE VlCTROLA Good Pianos are the Special Feature of our Whole Endeavour Our workmen, employees, everyone connected with our many establish- ments, musl .be iilile nnd (borough, and .fully realize (hnl Quality, Service, and Reliability must at all times he maintained. Hack of every instru- ment we sell is a guaran- guarantee of lute Satisfaction- a RISCH LlftrllTED ST. S. town lo attend the convention.- I. very much hope lljVl th'c lotat II. K; A.'s and the couutry schools as well aa (lie Hint they arc at this boys' convention. If lhe farmers who read' Hits letter will .lake the matter uj) ivitli llic parents ol the boys of your nelgliljorhoLKl .n'nr] see that the hoy hns a chance 'to -lie iir'escnf, you will be doing a favor to tlie boy and seeds of manhood and leadership, Urn I will rnukp you u'routl "of" him and of your neighborhood in, the years to tonic. JAP STEAMER LOST Toklo, Oct. 22. The fjbdG, tons. oa Boy, I'.orlijRutjeg. East Africa, October I, is DJ Is sing and la believed lo hove' slnirli a "mine" willi possibly bc1 planliiif in him the the loss of nil on board.- The Herald would like lo make o suggestion iu.t'nuse who are organ ing' for the hew victory loan. T loan'can be made pnpular brlngd .It clO.'C 10 tbO pudulc, and best he done by making Available to "He prcBB the nnme.i and amount of the BI In the cade o[ our pfl- .trlollc Fu.iid people of Ihe atalcB are follow ing (Ha course' with great tbef.ftft la (10 or 000, lei ,11'to Known. That JsjlUe way lo Increase Ihe Interest and gel every- BRINGS GHEERFULvWARMTH When lhe winter tt-jntls howl ami Ilio evenings grow long. Jcl llic_cnzy .of. o .Oil Ucaiar- Jiclp loneliness. -Tiit brlnp direr. Burns for liours on a gallon ol HpYAUTK With most'. fuels coa.lly and scarce; llic ['crfcclioh1 Healer mafcrii a greater saying titan ever. A.I add Elorr.i, COMPANY'. --t; 'I i.v' Ati, 19 i 7 ____' i 'J "jSTfe-" You Exempt? Every 11 afforded who hare ground .for' applying under Swrici An- case will be considered by local, civil littinf {q localilyvflicrc lie lives, and will be decided u is dtmiUf In Ov-r civi national The Wee behind the Military Service Act w lo cWI M ntily thdsc wltose absence fiom civilian vrifl CHIH least disturbance (o the counlry'l economic and locuJ lilt- One Imndicd thousand reinforce me M to be rrinj under the Acl. Cases 'of Exemption s orgnnitcd ihroughoul Canada, known These Boards fro corr.prliud of ii rr.embcre, one lhe juJge'and by foiot commillce of Parliament. It will hn seen that ihcit tribunals are nOn-miliiary find hdepenJcnir mcrnbcis arc men closely acquainted willi conditions Jn trie placet where and be able 1e each caie Byrnpolficlis allcntion, IfttercBt Will Govern Exemptions Co nt'dtt alien vrftl be fciven lo oppll cairns cxcmplicu received men, engaged to, manuIacMrc cf ncccjiary (o (he conducl'of war in'd wppoft cf ie j In which roal Iiardship would caiiBcd by iHc vpilh-Jrawal. Not til men who recfcter Ybtw nroduch'on or manuIacMrc cf co fird caie t-laimiirill beeximpleJ, but cuch claims will receive circlul Bile nl ion. Promptness Is Essential ;