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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta OC.TOHKU 23, 1DI7 The Sole Support oi His Family Gives His Life for His HE THOUGHT HID DEAR ONES WOULD BE AMPLY PROVIDED FOR. ARE THEY? WHEN UNEXPECTED SICKNESS COMES WHERE ARE THE ADDITIONAL LIVING AND HOUSEHOLD EXPENSES TO COME FROM. THE MAN WHO FOUGHT AND DIED FOR YOU HAS A Needy Wife and Children ijy Lethbridge YES A NUMBER OF THEM. HERE'S WHERE THE PEOPLE OF LETH3RICGE CAN HELP A LITTLE SENSATIONAL RAID ON GAMBLING JOINT Montreal. (XI. oreaiini; Into a room In the house WS SL Lawrence- Boulevaro> by the-.use-of aies and chisels. heavily, barred doors wllb mlttori and electric bells filled In. the! out- ride o[ (he Bvo doors, the police oa Saturday night arrested" forlj-one men It Is alleged Its', the place Is gambling house. As a.11 the sus- peels were liberated oh 110 bill each by one of Ihe clerks of the police conn. It Is Improbable thai they wilt try to site their depollU and (how up when their cites are railed.' NOEENERIlLSIiE tMOA; in Sympathy With Hoys at Council Entertains Veterans MONTREAL HERALD LEASED BY LIBERALS PROFESSIONAL CARDS Ottawa. Ocl. Evening Ciilicr. fays today: "The real Ili'rAld lias been leasfd by v tho Urltlsh-Anwrlcan Publish- )ng company, a. syndicate of local Liberals, of which Sena- lor Cssgraln Is presldcut." VI AVI MEDICAL GET BEHIND THE Whist Drive and Dance GIVEN BY T.HE Great War Next-of-Kin Association In the Veterans Club, On Friday Next, October 26 AT EIGHT O'CLOCK Prove that yon are really'fond of your own and children by doing yoitr duty to those who' have no bread-iviniiers. They deserve the best. On Charge Fake Marriage Certificale lo Avoid Service "There will bo no labor In Canads" declared W. ST. moiidj. one of the leading labor men of the city and of Ihe province and R member of Iho Lclhbrldge tribunal, In speaking to the reiuriicd veterans at a smoker given by the Trades and. labor Council to tho Ipcal veterans last night. ha "went on. "Is not untyni' pathetic to Ihe bbys at Hie front- llolh are flshllng for the same Ihlug. Ihe Ideal of democracy. CJucbec does not rule Canada, anil talk of a general strlko or labor to pul an end to Can- ada's parl In the war Is all bosh." This declaration from a man who Some men are al'ereal pains to i has been vice-president of the Can- avoid the Military Service Acl and adlan Federallou of Labor should set W S llurns, ot rtrl William Is one i al rest tho minds, of those who feared ol' Ibcm Burns wou'l do military launr would nol stand for Ine service for a while, but his means ol enforceroeul of the military seruce avoiding It for tho 'next 13 months acl. may not be to his liking. The other day -Burns arrived the city and slole a grip from'.lhe C. 1' II. depot. In the grip .was n sav- ings'bank book on the. Bank of Xou- treal here sbowlUK a-credlt-'of inui Wllh liiis book as evidence riurns spirit of co-opcrallou was necessary began writing cheques jndj passed to win tlie war. All must do their one on each. Hill aud Co., sad The i pin. livery fair-minded man will Palace' Clothing Store, 'receiving I ngree (hat the act now in force Is goods and cash. Ills forgery was j the only fair way ol raising a urge 5 'army. The old Inequalities-will be FOR vomni'i nervous dis- orders; Successful lor S3 yeatf I.It- eraturs uu. revues I .Mrs. O. Thpmat room No. Dominion Lclh- 1532. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS t barrel! itralchtocod. cum restock ti, citn work tar as Lethbridge Is concerned ther is no half-way, half-hcarlcd accept ance' of Ihe act on Hie pan of labur Iloljert llarrowman smoker which was n very enjoyabl affair and destined lo do much I link up organized' labor and Ihc re turned veterans in this commuulli Uraped charlers hung Hie wall showing lhal many men whos name's appeared thereon had paid II price with their lives for Iheir ide of democracy. Thai-ideal, he dccla ed, did not Include the profllee whose-pockels bulged with mone wrnnE from the workers in this llm of slrcss. Mr. Symonds in his address occasion to refer, lo a few of Let bridge's labor men who had paid t price on Ihe Held of bailie. The was Morris Allwood, of the Brewe Workers. Pte. W.'Tuckwcll the" Typographical Union was anolh John Larson. of Local No. 574 L'. M. W. of A. was still another. The backbone of orr ganized labor, lie declared, was sym- pathetic lo Ihe boys at Ihe fronl. Sergl. Basslnger, oti (lie South African -war lo which he went when less tHan Hi years of age, and also a veteran of thli war, .having gone to Ihe ,Ironl In 1914 with the P F. C. f.. 1., gave a few' of his ex- periences and Ihen went on. to. de- clare that the returned, soldiers ami organized labor must work hand In hand for the assimilation ol the1 hoys on their return. They roiist see to It that the" boys who nave given up their places to fishr Ihe country's bailies get a lair chance on Inelr return In the compclKivi.fight for a living. These men must npl be forc- ed to bear a handicap because Ibey have done Iheir duty. Organized, lab or. he believed, would be only loo willing lo co-opcrale with the Relurn ed Velerans associallon. J. M. miclile a local labor veteran also spoke briefly. The'musical program of tho even ing Included Eclccllohs by the cilj hand a clarinet solo by Frank Ulch a violin solo by Sir. ac cordlon solo by Mr. Forrester. a -vocal solo by Mr. Roberts. Re freshmenla were served.by the enter lalnment committee, and altpgelhe the evening was one '.'ol the mas enjoyable ever spent In Iho labo lempla here. PRES. HEALTH ASSO, Washington, Oct. Charle J. Hastings, of Toronto, was on Satur- day elected president of the Atncri- can Public Ileallh asaoclalion, at Its session. The association cd a resolullon favoring Ihe bcslpwal of Ihe Nobel prize on SurgconOen: William C. Oorgas, of Ihe Unllcd Slales army, for placing yellow fever In Ihe llsl of preventable diseases. J. Duncanson, a well known Cam rose is dead. '_ jiboul the same size as Lethbridge, 'tolij Ihem." said (he mayor, but Us tolel accommodation cannot compare with that of Lelhbridgc, so the mayor sii'l so concerned aa he onco was aboul accommodation for couvenllons icre. He addressed two sessions. In he afternoon he declared slrongly In 'avor OL woman suffrage anu says that the' evening session was largely al- ended by the women of the c-lly, who wanlcd lo hear more in Ihe same strain. Speaking of business conditions down thai says !here.are not so many automobiles in evidence and not the general nlr of prosperity wlilch ilrlkes one in Lellibridge. Lafollet'te, he said, Is the mosl hated' man in the States, and, alter him comes William Jennings Uryan. FRENCH IELL HOW ZEPPS THE In frenca Dry Cleaning. Our process ellml- danger of