Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
*agbsix THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERAl.fr Criticism of C. N. R. Deal Made in House Commons Millions of Babies enjoy Mennen's "VT1LL10NS of babies enjoy Mermen'* year aftr�y�ar. Million! ti bnW� are vooihrd and co*T>rori�j by Meoatn'a. Il it (lis origin*! talcum, trw el | and had read j about 'Favorite ! Prescription' and ! ho got me to use it. j I used /our bottlea \ and the results were | curprising. I got .' stronger, was less ' nervous, my appe- j -V^-*" f llP improved and I i i ''fcssSgi felt like a new per- I - *~~rr~ gon. It is the best Mdicinc for women I have ever heard of.'! -Mas. A. C. Bkowk, 39 Clifton Ave.; Kiagara Falls, Ont. "Here ia nothing that will bring comfort and renew hope to the invalid so surely as good news. When the vital force* are at a low ebb and everything eeems useless, a ray of joy and assurance will stimulate the weary body to new effort and energy. A letter from a loved one has turned the tide ia many a Bege ef sickness. ' Doctor Pierce, of *he Invalids* Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., has good new; for every suffering woman. Write him to-day and tell him your troubles, and he will send you just the right ,dvice to restore you to health and bring back the roses to your cheeks, and without charge. His '.'Favorite Prescription1' has been the rescue of thousands of suffering women. Many grateful patients have taken Dr. Pierce's advice. 1 Mothers, if your daughters are weak, Jack ambition, are troubled with head- Convention Condemns the Borden Govt, as Inefficient (Continued from Feont Pacib) tt'on. the banking proposals with the suggested amendments were referred back to the resolutions committee for further reports. There was a sentiment that the matter had not received sufficient consideration and that the proposals should be more definite in their nature. Credentials committee re- Sir Thomas White, said the speaker, would not occupy the position he has today were it not that he was the appointee of the banking interests. Mr. Brown saiu that the Canadians must be constructive people or they would go down under the burden of taxation. "Any country," he said, "which submits to combines is a stone driven ported that S54 properly accredited j people," and there was an army of delegates would be present. i middlemen in Canada. "They say we .!. 11. Lamb, Alberta, introduced a j must have conscription," said .Mr. Brown, "I say that if it had not been for mismanagement, the boys would have been coming forward today in great numbers." (Cheers). More Free Trade. Hon. Duncan Marshall, of Alberta, Xttoctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription "it � just what they need to surely bring the Uaom of health to their checks and make jabem strong and healthy. \ It if not a secret remedy because its sdients are printed on wrapper. iu either tablet or liquid form. resolution on cold storage facilities as follows: "Resolved: That as private ownership of cold storage facilities for foodstuffs lends itself to extravagant manipulation of food prices, thereby _ _______ ________ greatly increasing the cost of living ' said the most efficient method of put In Canada, and, as producers of food- j ting down combines would be to put stuffs by reason of such private own- i down protection. He wanted a little ership are usually absolutely at the 1 more free trade in banking." The mercy of the food manipulators, we ; following resolution was carried: "Re-believe that the state should own and solved that as a duty the government operate the cold storage plants i of Canada In the interests of the peo-throughottt the Dominion." pie should stamp out all combinations " Mr. Lamb emphasized the serious !restraint of trade or which have the situation facing the allies in the mat- effect of unduly affecting prices. Our tev of food supplies. Jt behooved all laws pertaining to the creation and Canadians to conserve food and he operation of all and any combines demanded the creation of proper food and trusts should be revised, extend-facilifies. He for one was for whin- e�" and strengthened and there should ing the war by keeping the soldiers \ he established a federal court with a fed and strong. T. It. Johns second- � public prosecutor attached thereto of jktches, lassitude and are pale and sickly, jetl and the resolution was carried, j entrusted with the responsibility G. W. Drown, Hegina, Introduced a I rigidly enforcing such laws in go'neral motion calling for the stamping out i public interests." of all combinations in restraint of j Premier Sifton said he had been trade and the appointment of a public i given the privilege of moving the prosecutor. He vigorously attacked [ resolution dealing with the present combines, declaring the greatest com- | government, a resolution which had bine in the country to be the banks. APPLES, ORANGES, FIGS AND PRURES Art The Foot Fruits Used in Making "Fruit-a-tives "FnUIT-A-TIVES" is the only medicino in the world that is made from the juices of fresh ripe fruits. Thus, it is manifestly unfair to say, "I won't take Fruit-a-tives because I hnvo tried other remedies and they did mo no good". On the other hand, the fact that "Fruit-a-tives" is entirely different from any other preparation in the world, is just why you should gi vo it a fair trial, in any trouble of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels, Kidneys or Skin. "Fruit-a-tives", is composedcf the active principle of fruit and the greatest *>e>fe tonic ever discover**. 60c. a box", G for?2.50, trial size, 25�. Atall dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. First Aid to Tired Housekeepers. Men and women with inventive genius are constantly devising ways and means to lighten the labor of the housewife. Every department of housework is included, and nearly all, are for people of moderate means; not for those who can employ abundant help. To keep posted in these products read the advertising columns,. You may find something that will save money or something that will enable you to devote more time to the family circle. You may not be able to afford everything, but there are lome things you cannot afford to do �without, carried unanimously in committee. The resolution declared that the convention felt" compelled to place on record its "most severe disappointment of the War administration of the Borden government." The resolution charged the Borden government with gross incompetency and inefficiency, "We condemn it," it concluded, "as no longer entitled to the confidence of the people." Premier Sifton spoke briefly in moving the resolution and delegate Laidiaw from British Columbia seconded the resolution. Mr. Sifton declared that there had been partisanship in tho raising of Canadian forces "an outrageous exhibition" he said. He asked the convention to rise nnd express its feelings on the resolution. The delegates stood without any exception, ao far as could be seen from tho platform, cheered vigorously and gave three cheers for Alberta's premier. "The resolutions committee," said Premier Sifton, "Is working on its resolution on. the conduct of the war, Very much along the lines of tho resolution you have heard. You probably will have it this afternoon perhaps not until tonight." The convention adjourned until three o'clock. Saskatchewan delegates met at 1.45 p.m. in private session. The delegates will consider resolutions doaling with the Canadian Northern railway and with war profits, it is expected, before the resolutions on war measures are taken up, Favor Dominion Prohibition ..Winnipeg, Aug. 7.~The Liberal convention ot the (our western provinces JuBt before adjournment at eleven o'clock tonight adopted with no opposition a resolution approving of a measure ot Dominion-wide prohibition resolution was moved by Mrs. Charles llobson of Winnipeg and seconded by Mrs. Tedford of Yorkton, SasU., ami read as follows: "That as a war measure and with the object of utilizing to tho fullest extent the food values within the Dominion, the federal government should take possession of all stocks of alcohol, and the federal parliament should prohibit the manufacture, importation, exportation, storage or sale of intoxicating liquors within the Dominion of Canada." The remarks of the ladies who sponsored the motion were brief and there was no other comment. The morning of the first day of the convention was spent in organization and the afternoon nnd evening in the discussion and adoption of resolutions which came to the convention with the indorsation of the committee on resolutions. The convention dealt with the matters of land settlement, homestead rights for women, British Columbia lands, Prince Rupert docks, the price of farm implements, rural credits, electoral reform and prohibition during the evening, supplementing action in the afternoon on the questions of natural resources, school and titles and woman suffrage. The resolutions committee still has to deal, it was reported, with the questions of the fiscal policy, banking problems, settlement of returned soldiers and soldiers' pensions and the ralway situation. There has been no discussion in the open convention of war measures and party leadership. The name of Sir Wilfrid Laurier had not been mentioned by any speaker before this evening, when Delegate J. E. Varley, of Calgary, declared that he had faith "in one leader. Sir Wilfrid Laurier," there was considerable cheering. Previously Fred Stork of Prince Rupert, had spoken Sir-Wilfrid's name in a somewhat similar connection. Mr. Varley at 10.40 o'clock tonight, moved that the convention adjourn until the morning, so that the resolutions committee might_have plenty of time to get down to the real business of the convention. He said he considered resolutions such as these with which they had been dealing important, but he thought there was little use in spending much time on them until it was seen if the convention was united on its main business. Mr. Varley's proposal was voted down and the convention took up the prohibition measure before adjourning. A fellow delegate intimated that he held the same views as Mr. Varley on the leadership, but he thought the convention arrangements should not be interfered with. "Most of the cabinet ministers and federal and local members are members of tho resolutions committee, and they have spent the greater part of the day out of the main convention hall. Dr. Michael Clark, M.P., left for the east this morning, having taken no active part in the convention beyond an appearance at the meeting of Alberta delegates on Monday afternoon. STAMPEDE (CONTIXUKD fkom FitOl^T PaOI) The wild went flavor will bo. strong throughout the big stampede. No money is being spared. There have been occasional complaints-that tho galo and grandstand charges being made by tho committee are rather nteop, but they point out that tho cost is high, and in order to give tho people, the real goods and something different- from the small stampedo to which''they are accustomed they must mako u fairly high charge, but they also point out that It is no higher than tho ordinary thoatro ticket wliilo tho program Is much more costly. It is atso to ho remembered thnt it is the Intention of the combined Lcth-bridge, Magrath and Raymond fair boards to hold the stampede hero every year as tho vuudevillo end of the exhibition and in order to create tho best impression which will bring crowds next year they are leaving nothing undone. The stampedo must bo top notch in every department. The corrals from which tho wild horses will emergo aro almost completed. They are right in front of the grandstnnd and all bucking and other stunts will be close up in viow of the audience. Special Prl/eg. A number of special prizes for various events are being offered by local merchants. H. A. Wright hns donated a $100 silver shield; E. A. Kwart a 125 silver mesh purso: Armstrong & Raworth, a writing outfit; P. Gagne-bin, a gold watch: the Alberta Saddlery, angora schapps; Mneleod Bros., a Stetson hat, riding boots, and a mackinnw coat; tho Lethbridge Saddlery, a suitable prize. The rules for riding in the bucking contest are that the rider shall not change hands on the reins, shall not pull leather and shall not dig his spurs into the horse or cinch and keep them there to hold him on. In fact he must ride "slick" nnd straight up. JSvery day of the stampede will be a big day. The first day will be movie day when films of the city and the stampede will be taken. The second day will see everything in smooth running order, while Friday will bo the wind-up day when the finals of the big events will be staged. IS EXONERATED Moose Jaw, Sask.. Aug. 7.-Rev. J. D. Harley, whose sermon In St. Andrew's Presbyterian church Sunday evening resulted in a request to Mayor Davidson to have him sent out of town or interned, today in letters in local papers explains himself and denies that the statements attributed to him were his own views, and says that they were made as being the views of the "American on the street at the early stages of the war." The session of St. Andrew's church at a special meeting held last evening exonerated him from all suspicion of being pro-derman and in letters to the local press state that his sermon was not only misunderstood but also distorted. They add. however, that "in view of the present inflamed condition of the public mind" his statements were ill-advised. The letter from the session concluded the statement that Dr. Harley had been asked to preach two more Sundays at St. Andrew's. The American army in Franco Is to be equipped with a fleet of homing pigeons from Texas and perhaps other Southern States, to be attached to the signal corps. A Frenchman has invented a smoke consumer for kitchen ranges that admits air, superheats it, and, combining it with the coal gas and dust, causes them to burn. Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug* lists, Groccra and General Stores. 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With Cash to the Baalt You Can Boy to Advantage You know how everything costs more when you have to buy on credit. Why not practice,self-denial for a while If necessary, open a Savings Account in the Union B�nk of Canada, and with Hie money in hand, buy at Cash prices? The discounts will help to swell your bank balance, and you will hava made a good start towards financial ind*pend�tca> LETHBRIDGE MRANCH CARDSTON BRANCH BARONS BRANCH A. F. 8, Tatum, Manager F. V. Cavers, Manager > J. Blackwood, Manager AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK & IMPLEMENTS To be Hold on South East Quarter 6-10-22, Two Miles North of Kipp Station On TUESDAY, AUG. 14th AT 10 O'CLOCK, SHARP HORSES-1 team matched mares, G years old, .1000 ,lbs; 1 team bay matched geldinff.s, r> yeui-h old, 2G00 1I>h.; 1 team brown matched gcldingB, 7 years old, 2SU0 lbs.; 1 team bay matched geldings, X years old, 11000 lbs.; 1 team bay matched geldings, 7 yeara old, 2000 lbn.; 1 team bay matched foldings, 7 years old, 2S00 lbs. 1 team brown mulched geldings, r> years old, li(i00 lbs.; 1 team bay matched geldingi!, 7 years okl,af7i)0 lba.; 1 team brown matched golding*. li years old, 2f>00 lbs.; 1 team of geldings, fl years old, 2700 lbs.; 1 team matched geldings, 7 years old, 2ii00 lbs.; 1 team of geldings, li years old, 2700 lbs.; 1 bay mare, S years old, 1000 lbs.; 1 bay mare und foul, 'J years old, 1G00 lbs,; li grey mares and foals, 'j years old, 1300 lbs. each; 1 dark grey maro and foul, S years old, 1400 11)8.; 1 brown mare, S years old, 1401) lbs.; 1 brown horso, 7 years old, 1300 lbs.; 1 team bay mares, 5,years old, 2800 lba.; 1 team geldings, 5 years old, 2400 lba.; 1 registered Clydesdale mare, 3 years old, about 1500 lbs.; 1 registered Clydetidale mare, 2 years old; 1 registered Clydesdale mare, 1 year old. STALLIONS-I iiiijiortod Clydesdale stallion, 7 years old, brown In color, 180l! lbs.; 1 black I'ercheron stallion, 3 years old, registered, 1700 lbs.; 1 grailo stallion, C years old, 1400 lbs. CATTLE-10 Milch cows, with calves at foot; :i Milch cows, broke to milk; 5 dry cows; 4 heifers; 2 years old; 5 steers, 2 yoars old; 5 steers, 1 year old; 0 heifers, 1 year old; 2 cows, due to be fresh Bhortly. HOGS-1 sow and 7 young pigs, Berkshire; 1 sow and 5 young pigs, Derkshlro; 2 brood sows, due to farrow shortly; 4 brood sows, 4 months old; 100 chickens. HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND EFFECT3-Hugs and carpets; 3 cook stoves; 2 churns and washing machine and wringer, 1 gramophone and records, and other articles too numerous to mention. IMPLEMENTS-3 Massey Harris binders, nearly new.; 1 Mo Cormick binder, in good order; 1 Doering mower, 0-foot; 1 Mccormick hay rake; 1 Vunnrunt pressed drill, 18-disc; 1 McCormick Seeder; 1 Massey iiuvrls seeder; 1 Vaubrunt seeder; 1 12-foot cultivator, Mnssey Harris, new; 1 S-foot cultivator, Massey Harris; 1 John Deere gang, 14-inch; 1 Ideal gung, 14-inch; 1 Imperial gang, 12-inch; 2 !i-dis<: plows; 1 Hulky plow, 14-inch; 1 fanning .mill; 1 garden cultivator and sooctor; 1 land packer; :i double discs; a sets Iron harrows; 1 harrow cart; ;t lumber wagons, with tanks; (! truck wngons, complete with rackB; 1 democrat; 1 top buggy with polo; 1 road cart; 11 sets of doublo team harness; 1 Bet of doublo light driving harness; 1 sot of single harness; 1 cutter with shafts; 1 threshing outfit, 25 horse power international; 1 Daisy separator, ;)2-lnch; 1 cook car, with truck; 1 4-horso gasoline engine; 1 grinder; 1 blacksmith outfit. ' Also forks, shovels, chains and other farm articles. This stock of horses has been bred up fro pi the yory best stock In Alberta. A good chance for tho man that wunta tho work horses. TERMS-All sums of $25.00 and under cash, over that amount eight months' credit on furnishing approved joint notes with'interest ut 8 per cent, per annum on all credit amounts or 5 per cent, off for cash. Everything will bo sold aa the proprietor has sold bis (arm. Lunch will be nerved^ i . A; J. WHITNEY, Proprietor. J. A, SMITH, Auctioneer.