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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ?AGE FOUR THE -'D.ftLY'''nEiuLr) Kb: jktbbribgc v Hlbcrta 3AILYANDWIEKLV fclly. delivered. per 'week Daily, delivered per ftxr J5.00 Dally, by mall per year {UJO Weekly. by mill. year Sl-W lj, by mil. JetT to U.S.. jigj TELEPHONES Office 115? '-dltoTlif Offlee IXH W. A. ftuchjn.ft I; Prwident and Muuflnf Diulneii Mansiter I; Dittl Of Hairy 01 lUDeCriptlOLl dally on addreM label. Accept- Ifca of pspen after eiplrsllon u authority to continue jut-- ccrlctloti. I Intend la give the tast In Hon. frank 1) Carvell, Miu ister ot labile Works. >nd Country Netd You Right New! THE PROGRESS THE WAR There Is no real occasion for alarm i the Kalian situation say some mill- although the reverse's suf ereB by the Italians nre depressing c, the. Italy's preseat de- been caused largely by such '' as has been witnessed In armies recently. Tlie iliins have lost many prisoner? and Important ground, liul iheir casualties hare- been Hgfil and ituaion Is far from hopeless, since Cf-Jan Advance naf now been checked, and lie Italians to lionf ine rants of lie otier allies j' Ibe meantime on the Flanders it- the British and French drive Ilnues with increasing success. tIT NOT EVIDENCE Y ATTITUDE to 14 split or Ihe Liberal Lo the Maclcod convention .'.Balarday against the consumma- ol'union' anrTsuppOTV 6f-a" ubioo lidate al the conilng general elcc- >houia''nol be talica luo Hierallr. bdt tie" lakeii to "mean1 thai electors throughout the riding Liberal leaning the Eamo [o our.oQinion they are LFIs usually Ihe men wha'are most jo lie party irho lo -aUeod-'cbaVenllpBs-o' K..nature. .-A'aiurallr hive roqf er parlr? affilioliona ttaa ILe iclpfS'who naiied them as dele- .anJ Iherefore they are more one lo reject affiliation with' an- nerinarLT. The ladous Winnipeg Invenlipn an example ol this. ffke herald h-licrc tnai tie people Cauada, rant and flic, are (liind'the newly TormeiJ government e proECcutioQ' q( tbe'war, and are fpf'lo lorego has be'en given an oilportati- prove in admin- IcrlnB Canada's iRalrs Ihit this irfdyiniar tfo-hcr whole duly in s'war.' Cerlainllr it would be un- sej te say Ihit iecausB party con- Intlons Lave split over Ibe union la- li' of the wesl are 1Upredominantly ,'n fare: at anlon. LIBERALS UNION for a war union government. re heen since.tha n-ar_ft-is declar- 1 an a Liberal by faith and JOB, Liberal to the core. Bui _fJ'eTc the momDntfljy fale oJ poll- 'jiarLles matters llttlii ID compar- ji wllh the supreme pbligaHons of .which Csnada shares. Te'arc Iwo dom.nanl war .Issued, ttsuca between bumahltj and the between the antl Ibe proflleera at home. I put ihoae laanea firsi, r In' out of It. iy'-purpose to' advocatd'and aid rnea3ure calculaled lo defeat ny- and -wipe out Mils, decision ask TOUT mandate Canadian till the war li .won. 1 you the oomJnallan roff ne Iro years ago. leave my in your Jiand.i. but Jel It you lo do nothing lhal will ;ir roe (o look the returning Jn ihe face and say lo hi beat of my ability, I slood by f'red" K Pardcc, Chltl In the House of Corn govcfniuent la form IW; Mbtrals and_ Quit A dentilie Tint pur 'rl-nd dtrtnerf. I JLJusl as strong BI EatsV.a. Liberal, yes, ftn'd ts t'ol a radical, as I evef" wAs.: My aro unchanged; my. cbnvfc- The jVrbut fjrsf, 1 aald that a year7 say more: I will riot government If tick Ihlrtgj (o oathl not lo happen. This IfftMtA 'tot t definite definlle.period. I H k'-Llbcral (nr thnl. piirpoBe (or tlnLpur, -'-Vfe'j'.-'.' THE ORGANIZED FARMERS AND UNION GOVT. U was intimated at the Liberal TOtirenllon on Saturday that II. W. WooJ. presiileol of the U.RA was not la sympathy with the un- ion government. believe Mr. lu favor of the DPW union govern meat, bul jujl at present be Is lively more roccemrd sbout Ibe U. F. A lluii he U about politics. It can be safely said, however, that Mr. Wood Is la a former Liberal, and seconded by H. U. Suale, of Caledonia. Evidently Ihe nailles are able to sink their er.fss In Kalitimarid Buried a jtrong Union Goveru- ruent CAD pursue a ruore yigorjus anJ cffecdre war policy Mian a party governnieDl. A Union 'government more likely to .colislUer Ihe de- mands ol Ihe natlou. while a I parly Eovernuicnt is incitecd to be lob sus- ceptible lo the demands of 'the parly and the partisans. I csprct the new government to pursue aii aggressive conduct ol tho enforce tha 51111- lan" Service Act, eliminate profiteer- lax wealth a great deal heavier than it has been (axed, Increase and equalize as nearly as possible the pensions of our Overseas forces, ad- minister our affairs economically, ibollsh the palrondge system, reduce the cost ot production by fixing the he prices of productive implements, and to generally carry out a policy hat will bacfc up our brave soldiers al Ihe front and care lor the best Interests of our people at home. All lhal I desire 13 a go.'erhiueat In power' at Ottawa during the bal- ince of Ihe war that Is fearless In its prosecution of the war and In; the adoption of measures no rhajfer whether Itsy'.appJjr !o our orces overseas or lo our people at lorne. I certainly believe, lhal a lin- on government .will be in a better MEllIon (o carry out such a program ,han a party government. When I accepted Ihe nomination of the Liberals ia Ibis riding, the war had hardly commenced. As the war progressed its serious nature be- came more 'apparent, and it ivas (elt hat Canada's participation must not be limited. had lo do_o.uj- full share, and as a the House DC Commons, I -respofejiblli- ies as a reprcsentallve of the people ,hetT- in the time of not Us reslrlcled by parly policy. Iri sup- porting tha Mflllary Service Acl'l -Jm so from conviction, and, I may also say, with an expression1 from Sir that" "each" Liberal member of the .-was-at-liber'y .0 use his own judgment on the iral- er. used my own Judgment, anil I mve no apology lo offer for I cast on that measure. 1 was not jartiiLS from Liberal "principles wKeii" I decIafed-mJTie.f ict lhal committed; Canada- to, cnrry- ng .out Us part in Ihe grealesl principles of'rea'l Liberalism are at slake. -V lu tafciog the aliitudc'.li do :I ajn nol; condoning Ibe ibe late ;overnmeht. 1 Un.o'n jovernmenl Is deairtfblt ana in'ine interests ot andr-I am'prepared io government an opportunity fo'pro'Ve Li worth.- I think I saying lhat In the past I hare jeen 2 servile- siipporler of gorern- menls or and .I do .not htaJ- tald lo say lhat 1 wjll follow the same Independent COUTEC ID Ibe fut- ure'as I hate In past. I am gratefol 'Ip'llie; Liberajs jfpr he confidence they iiave" me In.Lhe.pait. tojservc .hcmr as well as all other elements'of :hc constituency, lo the, best of my ability. M have consider- ed myself a public servant I lave seriously endeavored .'to '..serve he, public honestly and iaKhfully, wlthont or farbr. (be war I. want to do.whal i. in my humble Judgment. Lhlnk'. Is rlfiQl. Public service Is a 'greatLre- Bponslblllty, and In carrying out thai re spon alb I bavei to consider my country's iiitereals -flrsL and fqremoal. I have, .acted sole.y '.torn convkl'lon. I know of my old political rrleods differ, vflth' my position, not only "ofi'- IhiS- Service Bill, bul oH ihe queVtloii of 'Jfiloii 1 hey will concede that my ittllude las beert Inspired by1 himeBl'rrtirtlTes. I will .alvraya bear very ories of the loyally .of .ray. Liberal friends to myself, and no matter the Ilfitrences 'that may 'exlsl helween some of Ihem and myself .on war measures, 1 know Ibat personally-our relations will never cease to be cor- dial and friendly. 'I would therefore his letter as my rcslgoatlon of the Liberal I desire .11 "to Also be clearly understood, (li.Hf- I cannot Sir U'ljffltl Laurler In Ibe dllllurle hi fiVcn on ccr- lain war measures aa1 thb leader Of Iho Liberal party, llelleve me, Very yottrs, A; BUOHA.VAiX.' Courte Endorsed' After Ihe letter of resignation Had >een read, a rcffofrttoh; tnoverfj by L, H, Jell Iff of RafcVi end Samuel Elford WHI( untfnl- raoualy eipresalng approval of MrvHuchanftn's Ottawa dur- ng.the (fme he had represented-the parKciilarly Uls al- on war measures, affirming nupport of hl9 poallloh an outlined In his letter, and refusfng his resIgn'aKon." A cemeimee IfcM. lo confer wllh-the COrTMrfallVetexctd- t.VR anJ Ihe execullve other political party with: (hfi of ar-' a Unloft ioflteAllon' repr'ftseh- latlvt of all parlUs trlf-oUghoTil llie -on PASSING N.-Topi', a well known llau.lliou Ontario Is runlhlmte coalr actor, h IYVO the Dr.tlsh lied Cross. Iivtfel Grass, Moutana., vuli'J to be inrorporau-il as a I own. The Du Pom Company has sulisi'rib- J (o the V. y. Liberty United Stales transports hi future Are to lw uianiieil and ofticercj by naval tueu, Se.uble Cerium properly In the UulleU Stnies is valued at" A bllHoii dollars. ouisiana sugar growers Liare con- tracted to supply 100.000 Ions of raw sugar at cents a pound. K. Smith, who cauie wrst from Quebec 40 years ago. settling first al Prince Albert, tiled at Hod Deer. Hoa. J. A. Calder lias.act-eplcd the union nomination in Mooae Jaw. Jas. IJalraur. K.C., Is likely to be HIP can- didate In" Keglna. Rev. Dr. J, A. Wordeu. for years a member ot lUc Prcsbyiorlaii 1'iibll- caUons Board, Is dead In Vuiladel- Tlie Saskatcbevran 'Liquor.5 Wine and Supply Co. has Ijeca 5500 tor selling liciuar wllboui a and in. addition about worth of liqnor iras confiscated. f Gee. Blake, ot Oklahoma City. years of age, and" a'veteran'of (be Civil War; lias been ealisfeM as'rlrief musirian ot ihe. 3SUi Infantry slbn. By mutual consent In tlie Superior Court of Quebec the marriage of Marie Luclas Ca'udot and J. H, J. Gosselin was annulled. Bolli 'are, Ilomaa They were married at Cohoes. some years ago. Notice Is given ttiat Thomas Bailey, "WalnwrlghL. of Montreal, manager, will apply tc parliament next session for a dli'orciY from his wife, Eva Her-' nice Tucker WaimrrJgbt, also of Bay'flBld Mllcliell, an ex-policeman, has been found and sentenced D three months In jail, (or selling It- quor in eggshells to wouudcd sol- diers who landed at Halifax on I heir return to Cnna'da. ame-s ilcCranor, .proprietor o[ the Avenue hotel, aud Pat Laciiy. proprlc- lor-of -the. bn'Ui of .Fort llia'm, sentenced to nliulh's ini- prisonment for conlraTentiohs ot Ite OnUrio' temperance act, Ihesti heing Ihe second offenses in each c'a'se. Drakeman J. II.' Hoire, while rldiug on the back step of engine at Gleicheu, In some way slipped oft abil was dragged under the wheels.' He was.Ukeo to Calfary where he died. The deceased wag a Medicine Hat man, lie leaves a wife and" three chil- dren. Is war Lo Ihe.knife between Sir Hodolphe Forget, of Quebec, and Hon. Rodolpae Lemleur. The r'onucr has a' pocket constituency in Charfe- rolr, whose chief pJacc Is Murray Bay: He will run there, hut also will stand for any seal for which aeeka elecllon. Sir Rodolphe out with a definite statement La this effect. The former Intends to he a candidate In one of the .Montreal constituencies and also in Gaspe. n. nrlfllc was Jiaftfeil "fl i to.surajed Lieut.- A.i 01 Vlftac( overseas, while .1. .0. Robcrtsort, -fait- nosl Dr. "I.elhbfWgb Mayor anrf''r. J. ae, an. onilen, llaymonil, ol merafjen ol romraKteo' who are her or have; led llie Con- Ten years'-Imprisonment with labor tho nielM out-to iwo Unltwl. Stalea "tlescrlers; Tea thousand fvlahdartllzed .motor lorries will bo ready for .Ihu -I'ulleU States army by June neit. five-dollar, flye-year war savings ferdQcalea k will soon be obtainable m-ross ihe border al the price ot 54 10, Al a nice mis ol the Toronto l.lber- al v'ub. Sir Hughes he would support die un- ion government. Twenty-seven German Socialists have heeij convicted of (nteffei with the United Stales draft lii Soutii Dakota, in ports of raw materials Into the United States passed tue billion mark for Uie'flrst' time ii'i Ihe flscnl rear 1917. A. Oslroio. son oC (I. and Mrs. Ostrom, 'Trpnlon. who enlisted as n private, 1ms come up step by 3tep, unlll now be has been given HID rank of captain In llie Imperial army. Mayor Martin, ol Mqnlrral, lias rlUea to the principals of all llie schools In (hot city asking them lo ascertain if there are any school .chil- dren who have to go break fast less to school, and. tf so, let hitu know. Tlie livo-year-old ilaushler of John H6i.riK.vras burned, lo death wlien heir liome, five miles southwest ol jdUvan. was destroyed by fire. Eight children ;ire suf- i frrlwg from, burns. Planted wlialo sltak was served in one of Ihe leading hotels of Xew York. .11 was said (o resemble young pig" in teilurc and taste, and many ol Ihc hotel guests who ate 11 said It was palatable. The Chicago consumer, began to realize the benefits of government su- pervision of food ealcs when the but- ter price was slashed 3 to G cents by the local food prJce commHlee. The price cpmmlllea also cut the cost ol corn meal H io cent n pound, wilh prpmises of n-greater cul. A. K. Frlnp, K.C.. and Ur. J, L, Chn- bol. former members of parliament for were nominated by the farm-1 er Liberal-Conservative association, vrtilch changed Its name to Ihe Unlon- isi-Wln-lhe-AYar association' al '.the, same lime, as standard-bearers In llin' coming election. A motion to consult with the Liberals was oi'crivhelmlng- ly defeated, and Mr. Ftipp, one of Ihp candidates, sajd he, ivoulO reserve .to himself the right to criticize' tton of tho union administration. JJolling, HJQ first woman can- didate for civic boiiora In Winnipeg, has outlined her policy. She would abolish the board of control, es'.abllali a municipal banking1 system, abollsli the business lax an A i tax business, ini comes, and offera .a JBoIjilloiL" lor FOR THE GARAGE FOH VOUit LARGE VARIETY ON HAND. BE AND PRICES. HAYR HARDWARE CO. honBing problem jibciudeV. granting of greater JheJ civic heallh gesls as a substitute, rprlllie. board ol control, a loan! ot 6qu fil- ling in fcjl. There would be an, elecMoh. rcpreacnlative -councillor 'Ironr eacli ward. There would, 'Ol. UB'.'a UNKESERVE1) AUCTION SALE OF Live Stock Implements On Thursday; Nov. 1st, 1917 AT ONEiO'CLOCK SHARP ON WEST HALF..OF SEC. 1, TP. ROE. 21, HALF MlLE EAST AND FIVE MILES SOUTH OF JAIL, MILES SOOTH- LETHBRIDG6.' -T 12 MEAD OF WORK matched sru orcti in B-guuu j ercnnroii-.BLuiiiuii. icdin tiay Ings, 8 yearn, 2400 mulched team bay.geldings, .1 yearn, ZnOO Ibs.; one grey gelding, 8 yearn old, weight about -1500 one loam gcldlngo, 'j years, 2300 Ibs. One good milk row; otic liclfer naif, S months old; OTIC hrood god to farrow Ijcfore the Bale; Mvo browl sows lo farrow Inls fa'l; nn chlcKeni; H gvnc., T FARM IMPLEMENTS, wagon wllli ernln hoi; one hay rack; one.Dccrlng-blnder; one Cockahull single dlgc1, Van IJninl single..disc.drill, one McL'ormlck mower; one Jlaaaey irarrlfl one John Uctrc clump rake; one Kmoraon disc; one nJtlc two hull one hay starker; one set la-It, wooden Ipvcr one 20-11. Iron lover Imrrown: onp KmcrKon gang jilow.wlth jilubblc find hot'loms; one breaker walking plow; one walklqi; plow; one road breaker walking one potato ono potato lilller; one rprlng wnpon; ono single buggy; one now grindstone; one Intcrnatlonnl Hay press; one lu-o sol.t jlnglo harness; mis double lumen; a number of good horao collnre; oiie blacksmith outfit; two portnlilt hog housen; hog (n.uglis; one blink one Magnet cream ncplrakir; onfj older thing's Ion numerous, (o mention! house pfanl. one large cncins. One Chevrolet tin model. In first rornlnt order. Tin's tar Ivsribjccl- (o pt anr lime previous lo He nerved r Evei-ythlnit musl, So. I im Ittving the country'oji atesu'n'. ol health. "i-r .TERMS CASH H. W. DIECKHOFF, Owner PETE LeVALIE, AVe'tiiin'fr' No Need t anil mi im- ymt (iiiiuiiciK. Kujo'y sc.ial' 'i'nU'rluiiMHl h'riH1 Tlie iii ilie only aijiij; icx; LETH AUCTION SALE] R'StCTISiNVH TWP. B, SEVEN MILES FRpM.CHIM, ON HDRSESfel-CIyile Jiiarr, a-cfelil, about HOO 1 Clyde ivcfefil .Ids'.; J height about lido Ibs. Mtfi choice 'aalrjj toivn; 2 :liiniler; 1 mower; 1 walking plow; 1 scut- Her; I sulky plow; 1 cull'lyatar; 1 !iorsc; 1 pel of narrows; 2 Wagons romplcle; 1 buggy; 1 sot "of slclglis; 1 bundle rack's; I overshot stacker-, 1 push rake; 1 rake; i 4-horsc cK9c grindstone; 1 2 Iron u'ltcclliarroiv's; J. sol of single 2 sets .tif Double linrncss; 1 cream-separator; 1 In- (Jlhritdr conking slovc; 1 good healer; 1 roll 'top deSKf-l I (lining lalilc ami chairs lo match. Id _ PROPRIETOB HAS .HIS FARM. L.'M. J. A. SMITH, A L. McOUIRE.'ClerK AUCTION MORSES AND I5AHN On Thursday, November 1 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP r Iliinarrn. njul KeldlnBB.frpm J. Io 6 ytnrn olil, nil imU llOq 10 marpa am! jnlilfnen, from 2 lo yoara old, un- (j- t Terrrii on-ahovft: 2S 'per flpnl caplt. li.ilancc ulurpriths rrcdtt Jnlnl wllli clglit ppr cciit '-at crcrfll .'ninounls .or'5 per cent, off ffic i-ssb. i 8 geldings from 5 lo S years old, MOO lo ICOO-Ilk; 5 mArt< from n lo 8 years old, from 1300 lo 1600 Ilia, eacji, -All broken; 3 Hnilttlfi [innlpA; flntl do.dlile liiirness; 20 CASH. rlBELIST i.j PROPRIETOR HAS GIVEN. UP AUCTIONEER ;