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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, DECEMDEH 3, 1017 THE LETIIBmDGK HF-RALi) PAGE SJiVEX Report Says British Labor Hefli- Under Condilions, Hut Determined to Aid State New York, An Associated Prc-jfi dcajiRlcli Iroir. today jays: AD Increase in the cos! of living, out of prop or Lion wllh tho advance In v.agei anil uoequAl distribution o( ire assigned by the couimlislon of lu- ijulry to InJuelrlal unrest as the chief workers of Great llritaio. Tho commlaalon's roporii re-publish- cd In a hulleUu Isaueu Ly Iho bureau ol statistics o[ tlai of labor covcra an r> o( UrlllEli InduaL last- Ing more ihan mends ainocg other tb.'WU diate reduction o: lloo also Is cost of food he borne to rxtent by the Hcstiictloii of pg'sonal t; crjin un- der the Munition tlous. Inadequate lioub'aa C Jadus- Irlal fatigue, are mentloJO''. >d contri- butory causes. Although the report cle the prevalence of ludusli "There is a ft' otUm oii the part of the they are determined to h Independent Labor Men State Case at Coalhurst CQ Bliurd of tho porting the Military at Counuerce j nlihl Tbe meeilne was advertHtwl Sir Wilfrid Laurler, (t protected the slacker and who ware his chief supporters, and those slimy creatures ivho have fatten- while tbe couimlUee were uaiLIng two hours for him to attend, Mr I'ack was In tbe conipanr ot .Martin P., Dr. l Mr. Ostluntl and ECV- es FOR We WfllSeD Either Tope or 750 and Reserve Tops :r Or WiD Sell Tops, three yeari oW snd up. Abo 25 Purebred Shropshire mofily 2 and 3 yean old. fOR PRICES, CALU WRITE OR Felger Farming Co. LCTHBRIDQE, ACTA. BOX MO R 411 eral other lesser lights from Raymond, who were filled wild delight at Ihc complete success of fooling 'he Trades Council. It waa when ivllh these jmll- tlclans Mr. I'ack agrectl to turn his coat and renounce his former stand on the Military Service Act. A man who could so quickly change hl3 opinion on such a vltel Question which was.; now hcfore the country, .FA BAILIFFS SALE IN THE MATTER OF SEIZURE UNDER CHATTEL MOKTQAQE. Margaret Mackenzie, Mortgagee AND Victor DioDne, Mortgagor I WILL SELL By Public Auction i Tuesday, December 4th, AT THREE O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON' At the farm of Mat Bohner, abort tk-M Mrth west of GUI. THE FOLLOWINO: One Avery Separator With BelJing Complete i Ont Cook Car. i Ont Bunk Cir, j J W.ifloni wlih 22 barrel witcr tiflki. ThU M fine an outfit ai le Tn the country. Good MW. TERMS CASH j For Further Apply to T. J, SIMOfvi, Wffff. Oattd at Lelhbrldfle, Albert a, 23rd oT er on the blood and suflering of our men In France. The Military- Service Act fs men take up their share of responsi- bility of nallonal defense who thougQ eligible, refrained. It has reached out )nd Ordered men to dispose of their buslncsgcs and report (or service. II la no respecter ol persona. The men of iDeaus who never under God's Heaven would, havfe vokiiilcsred, are-now oil less national importance than Ihc miner, 'railroadman, 'mechanic or rar- er. The Mill Service Act only takes the men -whom the country can best spare. The meeting proved an unqualified success and quite a few at the miners came forward lo make themselves thowro.. The speakers wcro advised nol lo go Commerce, hints .of disturbance wera given, but everything was or- derly- ''The next meeting is billed for dleTille cmiWednesday night, with the lame .ipeatcerg and Donald McNTabb. Jas. Vftir at Quebec is the Gem of Con- federation Winnipeg, Dec. of the Laurler Liberal forces was effect- ed al a well attended meeting on Sat- urday" night. C. C. McOlasban, who presided, announced that before pro- ceeding with the business of Iho meet- ng an address would he given by James Weir, second vlce-prcslncnt of ha .United Farmers of AllerU. A learty reception was given the vlil- Mr. Weir claimed he hail not rt sallsractorj' treatment at the hands of tbe Grain Growers' Onlde, and he had come cael to challenge Hon. T. A. Crernr to i Joint debate, bul was not hopeful of in reply. In contradiction lo the. sUfe- rnenl of the Onlrte, thai all leaders of :he Grain Orowen1 ruovemenC supporting Ihe union government, he declared that no leader In was endorsing unionist candUVtH, and contended thai Hon.. Mr. CreraT, by accepting office the government, had aultified all Ihe members of the organization. 'He would support a eovcmmenl of the people, by the people and for the people, but not one composed of Iho fag ends of tiro old political parlies, promoted by nien who hal Relflsh ends to serve and who hud, he poisoned and plugged the of the contilry. Having dealt with IU attitude of lion. Mr. Crenr reprMehllni Grain Orowern, >Jr. Weir the plallorra of Nou Partisan lira- era' organliallon In Alberta, and In idscuislns Ihe featnrn claimed that Hi members were opposed to the con tcrlptlon of men alone, but demanded that 10 per cent of Ibe capital accim- nlated arid saved ihonld aura be ctnv icrlpted. He declared he wai afraid tho government would follow the cedent of tho United atates at close of Ihe clrll nar, by Increnhii Ihe tariff rather than collecting n penae of the war from thote hpklUft the weailh o( the conntir. "Quebec Is the gem of confedari- wns one of tlie laudatory cop- mend of Mr. Weir In gpeiklnx of tlie altitude of the people In that pnrrfaca toward Ihe war mcnsnrci of the for- emmenl. He blamed the for the conditions >n Quebec. Mr. Weir1 briefly 'spoke on tie clausu of. the manifesto I4iued by Sir Hubert Rorden as the plaltotm 'of the union govcmmcnl, which he MMT WAS meve campaign claplrnp, ed 10 Jockey and double croai people, ami waj Ihe product nf a crnment "tbe worE6 .ele- ment of the Iwc parties, In rjeceptlon, jinrl with AenM of The fioil adrice the ineaker wai (o effect III WOMEN VOTERS ARE REQUESTED TO Register AT THE COMMITTEE ROOM PF The Letbbridffe Women's Union GoTernwBt At the S. 0. L Hall TENTH STREET SOUTH ATONCE A WOMAN HAS A VOTE WHO IS 1 Ttie wife of a aoldltr who haa or la acrvlng wrth the Brlttiri forcn (either Can- adian .out 'of Can- ada In tlie arcient war. 2. The mother, daughter or of a soldier wh hit aerv. ar la aervlnfl wtth tne Brit- Mi (Canadian er Imper- ial) tut of Canada In ths praaent J, Tha widow, mother, daufM- or ttttir of a aoldlar who haa with trie Brltlih forcet or Imacrlal) of In the pnatnt war 'and who haa died. ,.4. Thi (or moth- ar, daueMer or of a aallor (n the Canadian or Im- perial Naval foicta In ar cut of In the dment war, wlir- before Wh THE.. COMMITTEE ROOM IE OPCN DAILY FROM NOON 1 UNTIL. P.M. DO ITlfOW! DtLAY MAY YOUR VOTE AUCTIONEERS Wo wish Lo announce that Peter LeValloy and L. I. Xlcbol- sou have ccDEOlldaled Ihelr In- terests ns auctioneers and will conduct anywhere In the prorlnce. The besl o; wartman- ship and satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. For solo dates, phone 1053 or 205 Rural. Yours for business, LeVALLEY AND TUNING Iloyal Bank nulWirg. Olfice hours: I to 3 after- ncjotii; 7 to S 505. r.tphlcncc iihone-a: Dr. Caiapbel) 131S; Dr. Hoy 609; Dr. Cragg It. Kyo. Nose and Throat; 115 Sberlock nidg. Olflcs licurs 2--i; etL-nIngs ty ap- polntir.enl. Puoncs. Office 311; Iilecco PlAjTLT-I'Iano iin-1 Orcan Repairer; 20 j-eard' (aciorj Hon- ours Certificate M.T. A-isn London, p Kcfc-rc-nccs to Ihc badtoB aud Surgeon. Shoppard Block tippcsJte SlarluQi] Thoslrc, raoma G to 4. Oirico hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 la 3.30 p.m. and 7 to p.m. of rjlly. Phooo 1203 Clh Avt. A. Soulli TUB I.ETllDTfTDOE Works undcrlaki all lire icpalrlng. All work eiinratleeil. PrslSht paW i ODO oit out o! tovrD orJera. E. Clia'plin t Son. 712 3ril Ave. S.. 3j JoiirB east ot Royal Uanli. J33 0 j PUones: OIMco 750; Residence 420, 5th SL S., Phone H94. MOVING We Make a Specially of Moving Furniture and Pianus The only covered vsns In the city. Furniture stored. PHONES: Coal EtcraQe 1037 House 1039 The McLean Transfer IIU1LD1XO pilaster, rooTLng, anO window class, automobile -.vlnti- eblclda. Thft 'iVeatern Supply Equipment Co., I.tcl.. Fourth Slrccl SouUi. Phonp lOil. DQI 23S. 10S-0 _ _ J. K. LOVICIIINO, Physkain anil Surgeon. Rtiv cqnipaieni. Office anil rosidemc. SI 2 3rd Avi'. soulli. Hours n-11, l-'J and 7-U. Tclt'iiliona anil night 23G-U DENTAL DH. M. J. IJEMf 1ST GRAD- uale of fioyr.l College of Llcutal Sur- Toronto and holder or K Dom- inion Dental Certificate. Office: looiiis 5C Bryan nlocli. Phone 1071. LUNCH COUNTER STTiioo'STANU THE ALDEUTA I.UN' Grill, 411 Filth St. S. Tho only white cooRg In (own. Also tobacconist :md baruer shop. AdiliRcn aud Bu'.U. Props. Tclephono 1S2T. H9-0 SHOE REPAIRING SHOE 1717 lor your ilioe rcpairB. Wort- done jj-omplly. Orders called for p.nil de- livered. Franl[ Miles, Bll llh.Avc. Soulh. Ford Enpes REBORED AND REAMED AMD FITTED WITH OVERSIZE PISTONS. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. 216 Flrtt AM. S, Phoni 1732 N1VEN BROS. Flnrl Avt S., ftienc 17JZ WELL DRILLING HOLES DIHLLED FOR ALL PUR- POSES. Capacity of inp.chlnea lOOil [eel. lloi S12, Alb'ertn. -29D-55 L. T. ISUU- cCEJOr to Ura. Coiir'.Icc S: Graduate of UnivcrElty of Maryland. S-0 Macdonalil Block. Phona lliii. Lcilibr.'d.ije. Alia. __ .MARMS AND DBNT- Successors to Drs. Stewart and McClure. Hours 9 lo 5. Office: Jllg- inbolbaw UlocV. Phone 374. DHNT1ST, memtor of Itoyal College of Sur- geons. (EHE-) Hoyil Col-. lege of i bysiclans (London) L.D.S Ideo. Hours' 0-12; 1-5. Office C-S Hig- Inbottam Dlock. Phone 1C1C. _ UIL T. W. KOX- DENTIST, GRADU- nle North Western Dental Unlverv Ily, Chicago. OfilcB .phone 785; res- idence phono 752. Offices: Union Bank Building. 1B3-0 PRIVATE HOSPITALS OSl'lTApMHS.-VAN llaarlcia'3 1'rlvate Hospital and Maternity Itome. 122S 7Ui Avenue South. Phone 746. Boulton's Taxi CLOSED AND HEATED CAR We arc making a apccialty ot taking people to Hie night trains. Phone as early. We won't tor-. get to coll for Phone 1206 The Hudson Auto Livery 7-PA8SENQER SERVICE Pilacc Corriectlcnsry Phoues: DJiy GfiS .Nijjht 1260 f Showers' Auto Livery 1 1 L Day and Night Vrvlc.. Stand at White Lunch 1127 OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1448, Night Phono 787 BOB'S AUTO LIVERY Cfctad1 and neatad can for city and country Hoapltil olb a tfttlMf, STAND, ALEXANDA HOTEL DAY AND SERVICE U M DE RTA Kl NG_________ P. S. PUNSE- al director and licensed eraualoier, motor or horse driven hearses. Par- lors, opposite Court .House. Office phon-i 5G1, residence phjno 1176. Open day and niEht. laciKAY DH. C. II. Graduato Chicago College of Den-, Surgery. Offices, Shepherd Starland Theatre. 1'hone 7SO. nesWoncc phone 337. _____ __CHIROPRACTORS_______ SMITH t SMITH- -HYHUM SMITH and June B. you are Blch and tra'nt (o regain health, snlnal adjuslnients and get welL Office In residence, 903 7th Ave. a., opposite Moacl Dakcry, hours S.30 to 5, 7 to 3. Phone 1677. Directors and Practical office end residence, 603 3rd Avenue MUSIC" S. Phone IS02. closed. Always onen.-.never DANCING 1ISS GLADYS ATTREB holds clas- ses al Ihe Y. M. C. A. for ball room, classical and fancy dancing for chil- dren and adults. '-Half'term com- mences Ihis week. Phonfc J695, SECOND HAND STORE: NORTH WARD" MISS A1LBEN .M. Pianoforte Playing and Theory; supervision of H. C. C. Salmon. One hundred per of pupils entered for the el- iminations of tao Royal Academy anil Uoral College of Music, Lon- don, En., last year were successful. Sludlo. Soulh. SECO.VD.MIAND Slore, 610 Thirteenth SL N. Fural- I lure bought anil sold. Repairs neat- ly executed. F. A. Rogers, prop: Tele nhone 1165. 16E-0 FARM PRODUCE MHS. W. H.' of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' leaching experience. Studio lully cnuipped wiUi black- hoard, keyboard, scale ladder, mod- ulatlng board) etc. Studio '1ZJ6 5th Ave. A. South, FARrVTTlTdDrjCTS LIMITED VHOLESALE HAY, POTATOES ANt ALFALFA MBAL. Inspectors at Coaldale, Lethhridjc rtaymond nnd Magrath. Whether you wanl to buy or sell we iUU mail ycu pur Weekly Mar- kel Card.on rcqucaL 201 SHERLOCK EUILDINO Lcthbrido; Phone 777 V.U. l-foyo, Mgr., .RM. Phone 365 M. H. Haiell, Rca. Prfone 1753 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER II. B. ASSOC. B. B, Electrical Engineer-Slid Contractor, makM a specially ot wiring country homes and lostailing'lijhlini pliuli. Consultations on all kinds of elec- Irlcil Tfork, 1264 Uh Ave. 9. Phone 1SSS. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, FAKM SALE AND Live RtocV Aucllonecr. oales cpn- duclfd unywnere (n tba'; PrgTih'ce. Terms reasonable, Write or phonr- 1023. Head office at Wllsc-n'a Xuc- tlon Galleries, Dlcnner-llaiiott Block, Lethbrldge, Alia. DECORATINQ PULLEY'S AUTO LIVERY Phone 1S4O DEC oralon, I'apertiBnjerj and TulDtera Oeneraf Decorvtln; and Sign Writing Eatlinatea (lien The oldest established pUntora In LethbrlilRB. Bcs. Pnbno 1472; oftlce ptonc 1762. Sherlock- Lstb brMeo, SEASON OF THE LfiTH- brldge Conservalory of Music re- opens Thursday. August 30tb. Piano Theory, Violin, Orchestra and Band Instruments; .Mandolin, Banjo, Uku- lele. Guitar, Hawaiian Slecl Gullar. Singing, Elocution. Certified teach- ers. Modern Many free ad- vantages. Phone 7M. IVAN D1SHOP, TEACHER OF VIO- L'lN. Studied at New England Con- servatory of Unite under Eugene Onienherg. Lesson S1.0Q. Sludlo -IIS Olh SI. youth. Phone 103S. 293-6 GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE .411 8Ui