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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta DAIL1, HKHAU) Paris, Ocl, lullouiil con- of Hid United Radlctila and IMloil thu elroiigest poll ili-ji) unjanlzaUtm In France, oiitiiud >c-stord'ay wltli 1.321! dolcgutcs pros- ml. M. L'fmiiteiU Ju ol Jluiry Kr aukUn Uoulloii. who Is uuw M. iiJL'iulicr ot ihc cabinet. Tlie off.vcr tlial despite l IK, fui'l lljal II liaa 170 pypuiles In Hie (.-Uauilier.-llio party did not t'lTU.O' LllO plfWIi II tO- 1.. Jills J. M.'iUT, former minister of Dm hitcrlur. wlio was charged recent- ly v.-iih IIUV.UE "with tlio ivfla diccrod loudly wlien Ut> Llio convention bull. A resolution dctiiauulug tbo rcstcra- lluti ibo committee. Arinand Char-penllcr, another Iladkal leader, talil lliat a .society of iiRlfona was more likely to make peace than peaco 10 produce a of nation's. Oilier sulijdcta to discussed ore: "Euuallzatlon of thq for'cen or OIQ nl- HCE In the field ai'il military roop- eratlrJn of tha olllcs." nnd "tbo Inter- ior regime .of democracy at 4 YEARS! Such vaa the of Mr. B. Whicker, 'cf paradise Hill. Wrlllnff (o Iho Zaio-Buk Co., bo For (our I vu stock- faw was simply cov- ered with pimp lea tuil blackheads. Nothing I 1 uaed numerous remedies and Wood med- had aoy Flu illy 1 beard of Zam-Iluk and gave It a trial, Uy Ibo tlmo 1 finished the flrsl boi I realized I had found A cure- I continued us.ug 7-iiu D'Jk until (Ue blackhcaJs bad disappeared cud my sklo la now clear tud ilam-Buk Just as satisfac- tory results tnN ol cciema, vireB. ulcers, bolls. blowl-pDljonfoy and piles aod In the "Brst-ald" ol cuLi, burns and AH dealers k Co.. Toronto, 6dc. 1 for ere Uawsoa, V. T., Oct. Conservatives bave called a meoLlaic al Dawanit for Novumber 1 Us uur- uoso la sfct out over (ho uair.es o! (3 od f rcy HogerB, pref Idc ot au d Cbarlea IJlack, In Ibe lol- Uiwlds: Hie purpose, of oomlrraUug a candldalo to content Lbo Yukon con- stlluency for the coming ulcctlnu In the Interests of ibe present federal union governmeot led by Sir JluberL Dorden." Yukou Liberals bavo taken 110 pub- lic In stating the ullhuda Ihoy will UVo lu the coming campaign. Dr. 1-Yederlck Thompson, Uouser- vullvc, now head of the i'atniUUn UilUtary hoBpllala as superlntenJont present niemlier of parlliinenl for NIB Yukon liaa recelreil a letter [rom Sir lloberl llorden coneratulat- IDB btin tor Ma good work In parli; meal aud for bis support of (be union government and Ibo war program and asklug bfin (o become Uie unloii Can- olJale for the Yukon. Ur. Tbompson 1ms sent a message to George It. B, lha acting Etatlue. Dial he h willing to run as a union eainllilate If uoinlualcd. London. Ocl. (Via lleuler'a Ot- tawa Agency) evening the lord mayor: of Sheffield presided over a and gathering on :o aacrlllcB ono ot their prospective mdldplea. (or ihc Vancouver'South seat, L. J. ivliu annountcd his ulthornwal In order lo glvo vallve support to a candidate lo bo ncd. Gtcat JVar Vplcraiia Mlftllon. The Great War Yeler- ana Aaaoclatlo'j nominate a can ale for Vancouver South, (life choice to-be mnde- by the veterans LUumselves by ..a. couteaL between Major Coopcr-'nnd U. LaiiEliuan, pro- rlnclnl president of fls'soclatlon. Tbc candidate of the guc" for Iho Jiurrard conslllucocy Is to lie clioseii convenllon which lias beea called for noil Wednesday. Vrnicnuvor, OcU the result of Ecvcr.il conferences yesterday be- live en rcpreSciitallvp'si of' Che league" ami''.the CunAervn- live sissot-lalloua of llie three rid togs rontiirlslng Greater Vancouver, It was uiimmnccd lale last that un agretinent batl bocti reported in regard lo (lie support to bo accorded tha union t-aridliintca ps to which rUllnes trie'-caudfuates ivouIU run In. In order to reach an agree- mdnt" Iho Conservatlvea were forced (bo occasion u[ preseniatlon ol the freedom of llto city of Shefrleld to Smuts, ibo noted South African leader, ami Jolm Jelllcoe. lord lo the adiotruUy. both of whom given a cabinet ol cutlery. In responding to toast or health. Gen. S touts ashetl live service? iliia country on ac- lie not a politician BANDITS HELD UP IUNK; ONE KILLED One Company in Lellvbridge Has Disposed of 57 Parcels This Season and hatjl .noililng Lo do British politics but wan here to furiuer to the best of hh abilily .ibu Iriumph of al- lied 'arms. Hu waa the, connecilot a email -.vay Lfltween, tbe heart ot-the eniplre and ouDylos sec- tions -which groivkog up Into great and prosperous nations, became ho felt tbe empire routed un funda- mental Ideal ol right. Reterrlog to the days when he an opponeul. he he bas iml abat- ed one Jot from ihc viewpoint he took. at the time. RouieUmea uatloiia 'go a bit vronc as do ludlvlduelj, ho aald, and, ihey suffer you nave' suffered from the disease. Iml you have become -he salJ, we come lo recognize more and more that tlil: empire Ma mat bulh upon the mere mecliantani of or mere legal lo- st lluUons, IIUL cti (lie great moral and fundamental (deals for which wo are Ughllng." Tho had lu be taught world jirliiclplda of govern meat, public laiv ami order, ohedlcoce of law's ly ihe will or the ma- jority 'of the people. IMllngtam, U'ash., Oct. entered tho, Meicllsnls Stale ]Janrk at Edison.' Skaglt county, at ]0 o'clock this mornlnB'aad after slioOllDS nnil prol) ably 'fatally woundlnn llnlloran. former president of the bank, walked out with In gold, currency. A. iya's .IrcimcJIately Organlzeil and started .In pursuH. ODD of Ibo robbers .was killed out- right and tbe other was captured. I Know Him by! .-a Tlml's yihatv will you if.you; let .us niake your -1 clotJicsl stand, T- i out from the n-owd. ThSell The'Tailor- 608 THIRD AVE. 8. I'erhapji no better Innlcallou o[ the manner in which Southern Alucrta farm land Is belns snajijicJ un can bo found tliau in the [act that the Standard .Trusts. comuany, .of wblcli IV. A. Davla.Js local manager, lias ills- poacd of 57 parcels of farm lanr] In Ihls serllon during Hie iiresent sea- -Thd "company lias InsucJ two price, llsls..on" Its Southern Alberta holdings slnco last July, with a ten par cent, advance In tho price listeJ. Collections on loans, Mr. Davis atjites, were never so good. Three quarters of the" farmers baring loans In tho company want lu pay up not only Interest liul llie principal as In the one year. The company has loaned over on farm lands lu this district (lik year and Iho se- curity 13 considered gilt-edged. Mr. Davis has ueen In Manitoba since 1SS2. and .declares that .Southern Al- berta will never have (o co Ilirougu the terrible pioneering experlcnce.3 pt that province, lie lias nevur Been such prosperity In a farming district Telegraphic Briefs ARREST SOCIALIST. St. Paul, .Jlfun., Ocl. Kainann, a stuilent al tlie Unlvcrally ol Minnesota, was today arrcslcd by federal agenls wlio alJego ibat he la a Socialist nnd opposed lo mllilary service NOW APPROVE. C'drjeuhagen, Ocl. War- saw newspaper Dzlcnnlk slates lhal the German authorities have approv- ed Ihei-.cantlldany ot Count Adarn Tarnoivslii Von_ TarnpTr, Austto- HunEarian fonner" ambassador to ihe United Stales, (or tlie post oE prime minister of Poland. The Germans MUiertpvhad objected (o Uio appoint- ment.' as Is Jn Lime. L hore 'at the present CHy Soulhbounfl, and Ttoynl Palm, ntirlhhounil, on f.1 HEAD ON COLLISION. Macon.-'Ra., OcL- Kansas the the Southern Hallway, collided head on a( Heed'ffiRtdtton. eleven miles soulh of morning. A'flrctnan was killed and several passengers are reported injured. The wires "are rlnwn lo the scene of'tlio wreck. Family Shoe Service In Value, Style, Fit and Comfort JVIieu buy our yon-iiivcsl your s money wisely. Yon gel and ours. Yon cun'l make a oaS can o. 12. 2C13 mon were' examined hV cfassds. This tolal 'iip to l-Horles below A i. BRAZILIAN STEAMER SUNK llio Janelro.'Ocl. nrazlHan steamer Macnu, forrnorly a Gorman has been hi" llio Uay of Biscay. Twenty-ioiir racii wero rcsflueil, Tho capfaln was niador pris- oner. OPPOSED CONSCRIPTION. Minneapolis, Oct. Sugar- ilian, of SI. Paul, who ivas indlclerf by Ihe grand jury charged with urg- iuK young men nol to report lor nilli- (ary service In speeches .was placed on, trial today. Witnesses testified that they heard Sugarmaii maCe var- ious slatcmenta to Che effect that he. WDS ojiposed lo war and coilscrlpUo'n on Ihc ground thai commercial lule'r- eEla CALL OFF STRIKE. WEEK-END SPECIALS Pearl Oxo. new indal polish. Ideal Silver Cream, per bottle 20c Wool Wash. The best soap jUMviler for woolou Pkg. Wool J for......25c N.wil't's White Liiiindry Soap, 5 bars in pint sealers Cocoa in njuarl 'sealers Mfllrose Tea, special per 40c Bulk Ten, blend up in 45c-. CfllLDKKN'S AND MISSES' WINTER A larffi raDgo al -eilra :values.' AND SIIOKS broken llnoa. which we ara clfraring out at apocltl prices. BOYH' AM) GIRLS' SCHOOL BOOTS Wo have exceptionally good mines In'IKcgc ,'llnM. Velveteens and Corded Velvcl. Special value at per yd. 75c, 'Indies'' CaMimerette o v e s, lined. Special per pr. Vnncouver, .pel. a.meeting of llic hollcrraahera InsC .nlihl II ilcclileil to.call ,ol[ Itic strike at the slilpyards :Whicli' hfla been, in ..force lierc for .several weeks and II is like- ly thnl oil men .Konltl lie back ftt work by neil Jtonday. Kfnal ar- be completed Sun-, ilny. The re-opening or wortt Ihe" various plants affected, will .mean Iho illslrlbDtlon.Dl weekly to 700 men. ciiii''s'n'Vc ypii money on IJlnnorware, Chliiawarc, Glassware ".anil. Fancy GfassAnirc and we. have a large assortment lo choose from. (fell very (n ali of Ibcrity. R.B. Clione General Merchant' UNITE ON CANDIDATE Port Arthur, Ocl. resolu- tions were passed at a general ing ot the Liberal -ABadelallon which laslcd lo alter hildnlghl. One was to meet n suggcsllon, a polUlon from union, government supporlcis! by ap- pointing fifteen delegates to'meet'm like numhcr ot ComervRlIveg -In nn oftorl to agree upon a candidate. This was passed enrly In tha meeting Million! discussion. Three.'bonrsUt er another resolution InvUert Sir Irlcl to .visit Porl Arlbur ol Ills proposed trip AFALL1NO OFF Culjarv, Oct: lor exemp- tion and report! for service showed a Blight falling off loday at the office of llie military service registrar. _Up to noon 65 reports for service had been received .and .'521 .claims for exemp- tion. The (dial slnco Ihe work began U now reports for service and claims fo'r. one'mptlon. WAS D1SCHAHOED Montreal, Cote.- of tbo band rjf Anll-conscflptioti ort- Ion arrestediher'e on a clurgo of Hits SI. OJT. rTne Judge lock Into ronelrtarattori though' -Cole h.id' conleiided .In .a speech that he hail the right-lo tell his Menit not Id go 10 ivlr, lie hid Also warned that he illd not favor 'revoliillona. Paul Mongcnud' (lerntinrl Vllleneitve, M .phonsc 'Jlcrulor.-Jnrl -Analole other, oritorn ftrri-'t for Mlegrf seditious iilttrnncw', lot rolunlary .ilalsmcnli, 'E will Sell Sheep or any _ V f i part. The Sheep are now located on v the Mendenhall Ranch, south ofj h '.-6J' J V- Magrath. We aye positively going to close Sheep but at once, Now is your oppor- tunity, t I ;