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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta R MINK THE' l.ETHBRinCiK' DAILY HERALD MONDAY, DECKMUKK 3. 1017 People's Forum Communications undo.- Ilila htadMis must Lear Iho signatures of tlic Hard to Drop Meat? All depends on what you eat as a substitute. It is a good time to study "food value." You may be eating the wrong foods, the foods that THE GENERAL wixup cost most and give the least nutriment. 'Shredded Wheat Biscmit contains more real, body-building nutriment, pound for pound, nan meat; eggs' or potatoes and costs much less. Two f these Biscuits with milk and a little fruit make a lourishing meal at a cost of few cents. Make Shredded ASatis- ying breakfast on which to start the day's work. It is and reedy-to- eat. Made in Canada. (COKYINUIU FROM VnaKI PiOIl 353 Aberdeen Street, Medicine Hat. Nov. 3D. To Hie Editor o[ thu llorald.-- i Edmonton convention which 1 tome two vests QUO. llfore W.IB a reso- lution dealing with liio tlie St'lonluii and iKiuKhee-J clement to- wards labor wlicroan SO.CO'J men o( the province of Alberta hid been drawn (roil Iho ranks ol Isbor for ilio purpose ot .fishliug kplsorlam. lie acllon of lhor aluvc elcmeul WOB condemned for uM recognizing the labor imrty aail granUag them a EH'jro representation.' I presume .that most of tlie peoplo or Southern Alberta would read that resolution which I assisted In (rim- Ing, and which I-had the pleasure ol moving. I made my position clear bv stating tliat was not attending tliat coweu- lion aa a ronresenlallve-of any par- ticular orcanjjatton, elllier Ilio labor parly.-Iho veterans, or tlie two great parlies, out simply aa an who was opposed to Iho rotten and dcceltlul ailraililslra'.Ion ol Borden Ism. I made that as a trade unionist of long standing I nlwoy.i looked upon ;hc Liberal and Tory parties with suspicion; and 1 liavc Luen able to come to the con dujlon tli'al lliere Is absolutely-no dlf fercnce between the pair of thorn when It coiucc-lo ilio question of the work crs> Speaking of the Tories. (BO'S- are Letter to imderstand from Ilio labor point of view, for the simple 'reason that the worker knows what to ei pert Iroin tliem all the llnie. liu when II comes to Iho and the Labor-Liberal-Tory, well, thl Is where the' straight forward, honos libor man nas to put 60 Ms'studying cnp. noticed iil a receut Issue of Ih llcralil a paraErnph headed, "Jowct Drops Out." Yes, Jowett did drop oul, and In so dohiBr we, the labor mei of Medicine Hat riding, .have showi the electors ot Medicine Hat that w nrc-not only labor men, "hut that w :irc also Gentlemen, as there -was a ready a socialist and a In INC field; mid because I would no contest the scat as a Llbcral-Lnio the "die hards" of the Liberal plrt (the parly; bdarJn mind who condemn cd- the action or the -Sillonian au Loufihced hunch with regard to labor norofhatcil a lieutenant, who. la a pro nounccd nntl-conscrlinlonisl.' Mow labor party ol Canail UBS no room within its ranlo for an John Durns, David Sliaddctons. but we want men who will be rim Men who have been tried anil foun true to Ihe principles wjilcli v and I wlsli to state hoi that 1 do not claim to be a prophet yet the.Eon of a prophcl. but I can se 1 wlicrc the dcatli knell of the two gr has at last been sounded. Russian Deputation Arrives al Prince Leopold's Command To Arrange-It Dec. tion, ot today ays. IIBS arrived al the command of 'rlncc Leopold of Bavaria with the object of arranging a general armls- Ice. TrottVy'i Idea of It Petrogrnd, Nov. German militarists are not listening.out of hu- manilarlan motircs or a feeling of sympathy toward Ruisla ti thu pro- lio'sal for an armistice, Trolzky. :ho Bolshevlhl foreign commissary, aald In an address today to (be gold- era1 and" workmen's delegates. Only !car of the German proletariat, Inaplr- fl the example of' tha. Russian rcTolulionlsls prompted them to ac- cept tbo overtures of Krylonko, the Dolsheviki commander In chief, he assorted- "1[ the German emperor and his generals, their breasts covered .with ribbons for the slaughter they have h'ad their Trotzlir Ing at Ibe city hall between Ihe hours of 10 and 12 o'clock decided definitely that there would be contests for tbc mayoralty and for public school beard. There was ijc surprise In Iho mayor- alty Mayor Hardle's be opposed by F.i- mayor George Merrlclc Hatch. The hone who threatened to make II a Ihrca-cornered ilgM failed to put In on appearance although Ihe streets been rile with rumor during the past fev days lo Ihe etfecl that (bird man would run. There vas a lUrprlse In the school board 11. P. Wallace and K. D. Johnson, the retiring trustees, had been duly nominated and It look ed ai if there would be no contest. IJui at ,1. K. Lovcrlng came In and asked ir there was joins lo be s. con ieat. When told Ihal Inero were onl) two pipers submitted up till thai time be said lliere would bo a right, so lie rilled oul a paper for himself, backeoycr 1h6 reins of office refuse lo 'fel .liiify with their promise, re oalloniil- Izatlon of rnllwayi, mines, bunks, .mills nnd all the means of prodncllon ofjw'cnilii nnd etchangc, 1 am afraid thai (hero will bo somclhln? doing. -I nlsb n'dvlse ihoso who. are de- tlrqus of flghtlni the good fight ot Urjor tc bo proparerl for thd big fight bo Ihruat upon again In ,lHo future. months VIM See Ihenr all ijnar- rclllnt like-n-lot of KlUkennr ea'tt, wtCh. the 'rtsull'llul labor's wlU akca. lo death. ThinVlng you in intlclpmlloB. 1 am Yours H; JOWETT. dermanlc form of government to g Into effect 60 soon as It can he lega ly arranged." Mr. Hatch announces hla intenlio of speaking al the three mcclln; which have been called for this Tuesdiv nighl al schoo. Thursday nlgbl at Fleetwood acho and Friday night al Galbrallh Echod .Mayor Hardle will also speak at Ihcs meetings. MACLEOD Macleod, Dec t day lesulled In acclamations for cou clllorE and separale Bcliool board, an an election for public school trustee The nominations are: For W. H. Young, J. A. Virtue. -Public School Dr. E wards, J. L. Fawcett, H. Lylile. lo be clecled.) For Separale School- -M. Oallaghe J. J. Durke. .TABER Taber, Dec- lod for council, B. Nugent, !U. D. Lloyd a W. C. IjBlie For School B. Tainter and lired Chrlstenscn AT CARDSTON Carflston, Dec. follows: r WaHw E. Pitcher, acclam- allon.. For W- Low. Hart Spencer, H. C. Phipps, P. W. Atkini. Three to bo elected, first two are pres- councillors. School W. Llurl. J. Elmer Harris, D. W. Card, old members; Mrs. Jno. Holmes. Threo to be elect; ed. I AT MAGRATH -Magralh.-Htc. day: For H. Blnghajrii Os- car H'.umel, D. J. Fowler, Earl liar-. ker, Ed. Ilodglns, Amos C. >y. Sloddard. Three to he .Scbol Klor6nce cer, Mrs. L. S. Taylor, Geo. (lurn'cy, H. llilller, S. R. Wrlghl. (Two AT BOW ISLAND Island, Dec. 3.--Nominations for rural munlcliialily: Henderson, Alnon Qregg, B. L. McGregor, Ceo. A. Poile, A'l Vf. Chlsholm. (All' by acclamat- One yet lo bo appointed. -V. Bow Island Mayor, K U Hoberton, S. O. Jamleson, It. T. Best- lie. For R. Agar and '.J B. Stewajt Schdo! Truslees, J. B. Stewart and PINCHER CREEK. Plncher Alia., Dec. McKENZIE BOWELL ILL Dcllevillo, Out.. Dec. change was reported llile after- noon In Hie -condition of Sir MacKenzie Bowell. TIRO) WOMAN TOOKVINOt Now She b Strong and Hearty Philadelphii, was ovcr- run down, nervous, could not 'tat'or I felt like crying all Ihe time, I tried different remedies wiLh- 'out benelit. The doctor said it was'a Vonder I VAS aliTc, and when Vino] was given me I began to improvt. I taken eight bottles and tin now strong and perfectly healthy in and have gained ir jhL -1 can Vino A. Jones, 102' Nevada Philadelphia, Pa, r: We guarantef Vinol Vomiskc ovef- prortea, weak _ women strong or re- .urn your Fonriula. on every totlle. This is yocr protection. O. HIQINBOTHAH CO., LTD Druggists, Lethbridge. 'the best druggists jn Alberta towns. STRAW FOR SALE F. O.Hyde Co. PHONE 1244 TEsryduR EYES ALL WEEK Every rjay this month must be a "hurrcmer" for we have star ted out with a deter- mination to "Double-up December's Business." To start the ball a-rolling have put on sale worth of Knitted Wool G oods at Special Prices for One Week Only. These will all be on display with prices that will tell the story better than we can. v Some Remarkable' BARGAINS IN UNfeERWEAR 'We have been waiting lor a cold snap just like this one to put on a sale of these underwear samples. Some of them are slightly soiled, but they are remarkable value, and all "before the svar" quality. ,Have you any clifficullyan seeing things plainly at a dUtince? Do objects close up awaj cVcr look blurred to you) Do your easily? Do you have 'eye-strain.or headaches? Ever get dizzy spells? If.'ipj you need glasses. You rnay never have noticed these things. Nature as yet-warned you. WTir will antll your cue AggnTited? Tot your STM Md W thereby flvoMfng chronic Well tnt-ronr ATM frrt.of charge nnd tell yon (rinkly whether yoivnead glasMa or Describe for you IntelllgenOy. fit yon reasonably with glides. i j And sure their eyes nrc correct. Effective cyei corroclc.i in but if lot (o rofcy metn In life. Mtny i In achnol Is dno (ovdcfecllf8 wrl nothing J H. A. wkiiiHT ISSUED NO W1TWSMM LICCNIEt THI LEADING JEWELER IMS LETHM1ME ALCENTA Ladies' Fine Ribbed Union Suits at In.lhls lot you Trill find many kinds, sizes aivl Dualities. U't have grouped them all for a, speedy clearance. Wataoa'a, anil Crown. ljrandr Ladies' Fine Ribbed Vests, worth to 90c, at. Some fine all wool garments in this lot. Includ- ing "Vjyella. Watsons and Sldr'leldE. Saint samples worth Sizes 3G-35 opij1. Ladies' Fine Wool Vests, samples to 1.25 .75 Many of these vests are samples. Others aro odd lines. Some, slightly soiled. Short or; long sleeves. .Values to 30c. Sizes up lo 4Q. >2.25 Odd ends of Ladies' Combinations to 3.50 To clear oul lot or Watson's ifrwt llc linit comblnallons. Your choice iol 40 l AH sizes for garment. Children's Combinat's Fine- Ribbed Cotton You can, easily savo 50c on sonic nf the gar- inetita as many ere line wool, buL aoHetl Lhrougli "handlins- Mostly long Elccves, white or natural. Regular and oulslies. Men's, Ribbed Wool each Some of the lines come in shirls Siie'3S and -10 as they are samples onb'. One line In shirta and tlrawera. AH aizes. _, _. .95 Hosiery Selected at random from the many lines on sale Cashmerette Hose at....... 29c Ladies' black cotton hose. Winter weight, with 'a' cashmere finish. Sizes lo 10. White Cashmere Hose....... 7Sc 10 dozen only, latlies' cashmere hose. to 10. These good value- Ladies' Fine Cashmere......f 59c ...Black aH wool caghmcrc slocfciiigs, also rln- bcd hoso Tor women or girls. Worlh up to 80c. 3 pairs Child's Hose..... ti. special purcliase 'nf riLbcil slock- ingg. Fleeced lined.- Sizes C to 10. All al one price. St Margaret Hose 75c '.Boys' hcafy .ribbed worsieil hose. Heavy nouble rib knee. Eizo 6 to S, Tic, Sizes S lo 10 Sac. fKnit-Gobds' Just a few of.Ihe bargains to be found -on the counters Child's Black 75c Bxtra-quality wool -liglils. Satcea bands. Watstjn's make. SJzea 2 lo H years. Nick Slrei 36 lo 40, In ladtcfi' wool mixture Lights. LJIacfe only. NVortTi in any store KmtCmetCovert Ladles' fine ribbed cotton corset. or halt sleeved, flatten front style. Want's Bands i, long 50c 'One of fine wool nannenls tbaS mothers like for lielr babiesfall sizes, 50c each KnhBaby Jackfti To taep Ihe bkby warm Lhere Is nothing so hindy AS one of these crocheted Jacheti. LADIES' SWEATER COATS I The finest slock of ladies' sweater coats in city at a discount of 10 per cent, for this week only. Boys' Sweaters 59c Orey ribbed pullover swcnlcrl for boya. Sizes 6 to 12 yo'nri only: Tola 13 n good wearing garment. Boyi' llOftvy woratcJ sweater jera-' ;Cya.-slip-over style. Grey, card- inal, navy or brown, fancy coHar and cuffs. Slzct to 32, Wool Mttti 35c to 50c lloya1' and girls' woolen mill- ens. .Colors, grey, navy, brow.n ami cardinal. Priced according lo size. Gfrlt'SweaJtn In dove srcy or wool and cotton mlxlorc. Sixes' 2Mo 32.. All selling it the one Boyi'. SOc Ten dozen boys' all wool.' Colors nav7, green, rel, groy, clc., with fancy borders, each. fine nil wool while, 'lilack. tin or 'All Ensllsh 'made. Sites SH.lo. j. Very scarce goods. In bmiteil wool Huhh. grey, ntM, green, etc Toque tnd long aorf to nite> Very smtri lerrlceable. Wiltt all wool for Ihe tables. I doien hi this lot. On (or this week only at 75c 'tack.' Tuu -11.25 mw nore'ltl's In ladles' bmahnt wool. anil. caps In different A SALE OE KNIT GOODS At Ai thii Week See Big Window Display Tomorrow ;