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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGB DA1LT HERA1J1 VVKBNKSDAY 1917 Millions of Babies cnoy Mennens MILLIONS of kjifej sti Criticism of R Deal Made in House Commons last evenings pitting rlite house wont into commit tee to rohsMer Thomas Whiles resolution that ac qulro ilie ciipiwl stock cf the Caua diaii Northern Uaihvay Sir Laurior that in view of the imiKiriance of this resolution ii might be advisableto defer JtiS cousid cration in commitUo until some ot I the western meaibera liow absent in Winnipeg should He suggest e4 retcrring the bUltoasmallcciMinlt I tee ihe meantime to get some iu loruialwn aud figures whkh would be necessary betorc the resolution could 1 be properly Sir Robert 3orien objected to any of theWinnipeg the Do minion grain commission and the rail ways wailed upon Sir George and RRogers this aud the question of the estab lishment of sample markets at Fort The exchange men opposed the more and urged that II be Uefer red until normal conditions bare re asserted themselves after tbe The railways objected 011 the ground thai the movement of thecrop would be delayed ai a time when transrofts Hon is in a somewhat critical condi Delegates expressed views and Trill meet government mem bers again this Until tbe fconclusion of the meeting no ah fcbuiicenient will he given present delay aud that the resolu tion should be CJeorge Graham saJ that as he government was faking a very important in acquiring the road it fhoultl bf sure of every Per sonally hedid not feel sure that gov ernment monopoly was any belter than private monopoly in its results to the in this propos s til oyestion of monopoly did not arise to 3 great bevassc iherft were two other great roads compet ing with tho Canadian Graham believed that the friends of public ownership wanted to know first hat the not to be loaded with project was finauriat into tbe hands oi tbe because ihe credit oi the DuuiIuiW was liiei tricably iuvolvcd with the securities of the systemThe method of expro priation would also be because under the wriwr ale ouuties uf subsidiary roaJs would he Good Progress Made Good progress ivas made by both houses today In with the business before It tho commons the en tiro was devoted to coiisidenitfou f a resolution to provide salaries for an overseas minister oi and blame nients responsibility as lo hamper It at the If the government paid too much or the system some would rise in a few years and public ownership instead oi govern mental If the fixed charges too large then the enterprise Vould be He said that In he report of the royal fpmniissioti it had been stated that ihe stock ot the system was tlcally The amount to be paid Mackenzie and Marin for work he should not be decid ed by a court of he pre ferred that it should be left to the ex chequer If the valuation of shares is left to arbitration the gov ernment could hot be sura how much k would have to U might DC pos ible for the government to fix a de Staples anil j finite amount to be paid tbe proprie p representing the grain commission of Fort William David JicWilliams ant George representing tbeWinnipeg grain ex and represent ing the AN KVfPORTANT LETTER NIAGARA feed out and dragging My legi tors ot the Sir Thomas White in replying to Graham referred to three alterna tives by vrhlcb tbe road might have been He said that all ivero agreed that the road not go icr two parliamentary under secre and to the resolutionproviding for the acquirement of the common stock cf the Canadian There was considerable discussion aad crlticteui oi tout the jtrst was passed ami progress ityort ed on the The eatent of the liability which Ihe government would have to assume in the taking over ot control of the was the chief The finance min ister revtevred at considerable length the last balaiice sheet of Ihe He maintained that Us securities tad been all put out ct a low rate ot In terest and that the government would reap the advantage of good financing iu the pasiAll outstanding obligat ions to contractors had been cleaned the exception of As amount required for better anfl equipment for the Canadian Northern tone of next five he gave com panys estimate of for bet terments and new In regard to the latter be that the DraytonAckworth report liad placed the sum at The conscription bill passed com tutUee in the senate tonight and stands for third reading The bill as it comes from committee 13 little changed from the form In which Jt left the and the changes whlcli have been made would appear to be acceptable to the lower The most important amend rnent was proposed by Senator James Lougheed to the effect Thai no conviction in a court of crimlna jurisdiction for an offense against this act or the regulations made there under shall be had unless the pros ecution has consented or approved by the AttorneyGeneral of Convention Condemns the Borden as Inefficient coud scarcely port My tus band had read abdul FaroTito Prescription and begot me to use I used four ruid thc I got was less jteimproredand I fdt like a new pw e for vromea J nave CT er heard of 39 Clifton Avej FROM FfiOKT PAGE is nothing lhafe irill bring Fort and renew hope io the so sundy Be good the vital forcca ve at a low cfcb and evervtiung oceca ray of joy and asaur suauate the to neir und A Ipttcr from a fend one lias turned the tide iu many K vf Docior of Invalids has good every Write Wm today and tell lam and he will send you jusi the ridat dnce to restore yoa the banking proposals with tbe suggested amendments were referred back to the resolutions committee for further There was a sentiment that the mat ter had not received sufficient con isideraiion and that the proposals shonld be more definite in their Credentials committee re ported properly accredited eiegatea wWlil be introduced a esolutfon on cold storage factiitles is i Resolved That as private owner ship of cold storage facilities for foofi tufls lenrls itself to extravagant manipulation of food thereby greatly increasing the cost ot living as producers lood stuffs by reason of such private own ership are usually absolutely at the FifiS Are The Fur Fruits Usti in taking Frcitaim FRU1TATIYES a ttie only medicine in the ivorhl that is rnada torn the juices of fresh It is manifestly tinfiir to I STAMPEDE fKOM FttOXT Tlio wtil Lo strong throughout the big No money is being There havo bdCQ occuslonut tho gale auj grandstand charges lie lug the aro Imt ihey point that the cost Is and In urUer to give the pc the real goods awl something dif from the small stampede to whtchthey are accustomed theymust make a fairly high but they also point out that ft is no higher an boards to hold the stampede here ev is just why you give it a fair cry year as the cud of tlic ef fruit MtgrtattttVfW ic nvr a G for trial At dealers or sect postpaid by tires resolution was moved by Charles Llobsou of Winnipeg aud seconded by Tedforti ot aud read as follows That as a war measure and with ho object ot utilizing to the fullest cs teiU tliD food values within the Do the federal government should take possession of all stocks o and the federal parliament should bo top notch In every The corrals from which Uie wilsj horses will emerge am almost com They are right JuIroat of the grandstand and all bucking aud other stunts will be close up In view of the Special A number of special prizes for var ious events are being offered by Iota A Wright lias donated a silver shield Kwart a silver mesh purse Armstrong a writing outfit Gagne a gold watch the Alberta Sad angora schapps Macleod prohlML the stetson riding and a storage or sale of lutoxl macMnuw coat the Lethbrldgc Sad eating liquors wilbln the Dominion of a suitable ruiC3 IQT ridlng in the bucking The remarks of the ladies who spon sored the motion were brief and there was no other Tlie morning of the day of the convention was spent in organization and the after noon and evening in the discussion and adoption of resolutions which came to the convention with the In dorsation of the committee on resolu The convention dealt with the matters of laid homestead rights for British Columbia Prince Rupert the price of farm rural contest are that the rider ahcH not change hands ou the aball not pull leather and shall not dig his spurs into the horse or cinch and keep them there to hold him In fact he must ride slick and straight A PACKAGE of Dominion Toasted Com Flakes solves the problem between meals and justbefore bed These crispy flakes with good milk are a quick answer to the call of the hungry Always Packed WAXTITE CORN J1AKES HADC HI br KELLOGG TOASTED CORN FLAKE COMPANY Toronto lod Blttle Crock electoral reform and prohibition events ing the supplementing action in the afternoon on the questions of natural school and titles and woman The resolutions committee still has to it was with the questions of the fis cal banking settle ment of returned soldiers and soldiers pensions and the ralway There has been no discussion in the open convention of war measures and uay the will be a big The lirst day ill he movie day when films utllis city and the stampede will be The second day will see everything smooth running while Friday will bo Sir Thomas said the speaker would not occupy the position he ha today that lie ras the ap jpointee of the banking Brown sain that the Canadians iniist be cons true UTS people go down under the burden pi Any which mits lo combines is a stone driven and there middlemen in They must have I say that if it had notjbeen for theboys would have been coming forward today in great More Free Duncan of said the most efficientmethod ot put Ong down combines to down a little morefree trade in jriercy oE tbe food we following resolution was carried Rc believe that the state should own and solved that as a duty tlie government operate tbe cold storage plaola throughout the Lamb emphasized the serious situation facto the allies In he mat ter of food II behooved all Canadians1 food and he demanded itio creation of proper food He for one was for wlnn of thousands cl suEering Many grateful patients have taken Rerces if your daughters are weak lassitude and arc pale and jed and the resolution was Piercos TavoritePrescription is Introduced fast they need to surely bring the of Canada In the Interests of the peo ple should stamp out all combinations in restraint trade or which have the effect of unduly affecting Our laws pertaining to the creation and operation of all and any combines and trusts should be extend ed and strengthened arid there should jay when the fipals of be party leadership The name of Sir Wilfrid Laurler had not been mention ed by any speakeVbefore this when Delegate of Cal declared that he bad faith one Sir Wilfrid there was considerable Previous ly Fred Stork of Prince bad spoken SirWiiftWsname ma some what similar Varley at oclock moved that the convention adjourn un til Ilia so resolutions committee plenty of time to get down to tbe real business of the He said he considered re solutions such as these with which they had been dealing but he thought there was little We in spending much time on them until H vras seen it the convention was united on Its main Varleys proposal was voted down and the con vention took up prohibition mea Hiirs before A fellow delegate intimated that he held the views fis Varley on the lead but he thought the convention arrangements should not belulerfereu of the cabinet ministers and federal and oral members are mem bers of tbe resolutions and hey have spent the greater part of the day out of the main convention IS EXONERATED whose sermon In An drews Presbyterian church Sunday evening resulted In a request to Mayor Davidson to have him sent out oi town or today in letters In local papers explains himself and denies tbatitlie statements attributed to him were bis own anO says that they were made as being tbe views oi the on the street at the early stages the The session of Andrews church at a special meeting Iield last evening exonerated from all suspicion of being praderman and in letters to the Ipcal state bis sermon was not piityVmisiindcrstbod but1 also dls They that In view of the present inflamed condition of the public mind bis slatements were The lelter from the session concluded the statement Harley bad been asked to preach two more Sundays at Michael left for the east Ihte haying taken ho active part in the convention beyond an appearance al the meetingof Al lerta delegates on Monday Ing the war keeping Iue Outers oe establisheil a federal court with a health to their checks and tnaka Ihnih stroog and 4 Kcret renMcjy bwausc ita IIea and Johna sectrad introduced a motion cailinir for the stamping out public prosecutor thereto entrusted with the responsibility of rigidly enforcing such laws In general public combinations In restraint of Premier Sifton said lie had heen trade nd the appointment of a public He vigorously attacked we printed1 on declaring the greatest cora titter UWct or liquid in the caiiritry to be the First Aid to Tired Men and women with inventive geniuS are con stantly devising ways and mtifis to lighten the labor of tho Every department of is and nearly ll are or people o moderate means not for those who can employ abundant To keep posted in these products read the ad vertising You may find something that will save money or something thrt will enable you to devote more time to the family You may not able to afford but there tone things you cannoi afford to do withoutf m given the privilege ot moving the resolution dealing with the present resolution which had carried unanimously In The resolution decferea that thecon vention felt compelled to place on record Its most severe disappoint ment of thewar administration of the Borden resolu tion charged the Dorden government with gross In competency and Ihef We condemn It con as no longer entitles to the confidence of the Premier Siflon spofce briefly in moving Hie resolution and delegate Laldlaw from British Columbia sec onded the Sifton declared that there had heen partisanship In the raising of Canadian forces an pufrageoys ex hibition he lie asked the con vention to rise and express its feel fngg on the The delegates stood without any so far as could be seen from the cheered vigorously and gave three cheora for Albertas The resolutions aaiil Premier is working on Ita resolution the conduct of the Very much along the lines of the Ics olution you have ably will this afternoon per haps not Until The convention adjourned until three delegates met al In The delegates will consider resolutions dealing with the Canadian Northern railway and with wii It la before the resolutions on war measures are taken Fiver Dominion Prohibition Liters con vention of the four wesMra provide CB jasl before oclock tonight adopUd with no oppo sitkm a resolution uppryrtng of a i of Dominionwide The American army in France ns equipped with a fleet of homing ilgeons from Texas and perhaps oth er Southern to he attached to be signal Invented asmoke for kitchen ranges that ad mits superheats combin ing it with the coal gas and causes them to Packet of WILSONS WltL KILL MORE FUES THAN OF Clean to Sold by all Drug Grocers and General Alberta Ladies College of Red Deer Assiniboia rUnlyerslly Campus Phone 3464 t T Alberta A HIGH CLASS RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE FOR GIRLS Public and Grades to Marticulatton and Grade XI COMMERCIAL PHYSICAL Splendid Record ot Successes Departmental Undenominational Religious Home Comfort and Careful Highly Qualified and Experienced FALL TERM OPENS WRITE FOR CALENDAR MISS 7 Lirfy Principal President CF CANADA Wilh Cash tke Buk Cai Biy to You know how everythirj costs more vhen you have to on not while If open a Savings Account InUie Unioa Bank of iiic money in buy af Csih prices Ilie dfscounts will help to swell your bank ana you will tare made a good slut tavardi llnaacUl Manager Manajtr LETHBRIQGE BRANCH CAROSTON BRANCH BARONS MANCH TAKES PROTECTION I it is untferetooa that the UUoat merely la better German liicr submarine IT30 accompanleil by two Dutch torpedo today entered the of Xetheriatiiis fiehing own of 10 miles west of Holter accorcling to a dispatch At first the call was for muni tions anil says Food Control ler Now the cry fa for muniltouii and The Right Furnace McClarys Sunshine Furnace is absK lutely right right in in design in construction in price and in per Its a furnace made for needs and is complete in every single Write for SUNSHINE FUHNACE lOSDOS TOiiOKTO W1KNIPEG VANCOUVER HAMILTON CALGARY SASXATOOH SDMOKTOir METAL AtJCTIQN SALE FARM STOCK IMBLEMENTS be Held ou South Eiisfc Qiuulcr Two Miles North of Kipi Station On 1 4th AT 10 SHARP team matched 6 years 3000 Jbs 1 team lay matched Si years 2600 1 team brcKvirtiialched 1 years 2SOO 1 team bay matchcU S years 1 team hay malclicd 7 2500 1 team bay matched 7 years 2SOO 1 team hrovrn malchea ii years 2000 1 team Irar mafclicd 7 years 1 leara tjrown niatclictl 6 years 2SOO I team of 6 years 27iO 1 team matched 7 years 2SOO 1 ieainof BOli 5 years 2700 1 S years 1000 1 bay mare and 0 years 1 GOO lbg S grey inares and 9 years 1500 each 1 dark grey maro and years 1400 8 years 1 urown 7 years 1300 1 learn bay 2SOd 1 team 5 years 2400 1 registered Clydesdale 3 years about 1500 I registered Clydesdale 2 years old i registered Clylesdale 1 year STALLIONS I vdiiiortCJClydesdale 7 years hrowd In 180G i blacU Percheron 3 years 110 0 1 grade years 1400 10 Mticli with calves at foot 3 Milch hroK tomilk5 dry cowa I years old 5 3 years olii 5 1 year old G 1 year old 2 due to he fresh HOGS and 7 young Berkshire 1 fw young llerhshlre 2 due to farrcw eliorlly X4 brood sows 1 niMiUis old 100 HOUSEHOLU GOODS AND anil carpets 3 coclt stoves 2 churns and washlnfi machine anO 1 gramo phone and untl other articles lotnumerous to 3 Massey Harris nearly new 1 Jlc Cormick In good order 1 Deering Cfpol 1 Mc Oninick htiy riikc 1 Vantinmt 18ilisc 1 McCormlck Kceilcr Massoy seeder scelorl 12foot Mnssey 1 8foot Massey Harris 1 John Deere 11inch 1 Ideal 11inch Imperial 12inch 3disc plows 1 sulky 1 1 garden cultivator and seeder 1 land packer a douhlo discs 3 sets iron harrows 1 harrow cart 3 lumber with tanks truck with racks 1 democrat 1 Ion buggy with pole 1 road cart 11 sets of doable team harness set of donlile light driving harness 1 set of single harness 1 cutter Bhalts threshing 25 horse power Infernatlonal 1 Daisy 3Zihch 1 cook with truck llborse gasollno engine 1 grlnrteV 1 blacksmith Also chain and other farm Ihls stock of horses lias been hrcd from heat slock in A good cliancefor the man that Ihe work All siiins of anil under oVcr that amount eight credit on furnishing approved Joint notes In tcrcal at 6 per per annum on nil credit amounts or 6 per off be soli as the pioprlelor lasSoli his be SMITtV ;