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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY IIF.IUI.D MONDAY, DKCKMDKH 10. 191V NOTICEioSTALLION OWNERS XJndw the provisions of th. niw Stallion Acl all ttallioni wnlch or travel io the Province cf Alberta hertaftfr must be apjointtd by IKo DtparlTilnt of Aarleulture. Tns ithedule, to b: said Inspector! n M 1 LanQdon Glslchtn BrooVs Irvine Winnlfrrd Cordston Lct.Hbridgt Lundi'lrfCk MacleOd Granum Parkland RJver Blatkic Oc Wlnlon Calgary Aifdrir Irnisfail Kfd Deer Ponoka Lcduc Edmonton Daylland Kard'sty Cairns Compeer Loynlisi Sltltlcr AIJ.X RocVyford Munson Hanlia Chmook Irricana Trorhu BiG Valley To'leld Viking (9.00 to 11.00) Chsuvin Vcrmition _______ Vcoreville Lament Morinville Rochr-ntep Stfathmore Tllley Medicine Hal Grassy Laka Magralh Warner LethbrrtJge Carmanaay Pjncher Creek Macleod N'anlon High River Olrotoks Calgjry (Victoria Park) 23 Calgary 24 25 Innlilail 26 Lac'ombe 28 Wetaiklwin u 29 Edrnonlon S. (Star 30 Edmonton (Exhibition Grounds) }1 Feb, 1 Hughenden 2 ProKut 4 Monitor 5 Coronatirn 6 Halklrk 7 Danalda a Bashaw 9 Camroae 11 Wayne 12 Delia 13 Stanmore 14 Oyen 15 Saak. 13 Swalwell 19 Lousana 20 21 Maiden 22 Irma 2 3 5 7 8 9 10 II I? II IS 1: 17 IB 19 21 Labor Meeting at Coalhurst Strong for Union Governm't well attended rawllng of miners. Why should worklngmen have lo dp nJn.iich.nla and others b.ld all tie flgl llnS ami paying arM- at Coilhurtt on Friday nleb.1 tha tan aud producer ittn the Mil of tan- auspice of tk. Uthbrtdte Indej-ad- ads. they ml Labor party. meetlni "a. ad- dressed by Robert Barrotrmaa, Wll- Haw symonds and Donald McNabb. with Loull Moore, all ol who acted u chairman. Alter a few Introductory remarks from tho chair, who explained Ihe oh _____ ________ Jsct and scope ot the H. Dar whom the country could spire have lo go out and tasto of Iho hell the soldiers overseas iv.'ro i Quebec was asklns the western working mon for support. This prov 'uce was the mot! backward In trades unionism- U was tlie labor uulons called the QTOCIIY Quebec, Dec. Iho Ihil ii was believed that Iho prohibi- tion law would not to enforced in W3ru 1B Quebec., tlioueb ihr- nkbhii-llo restill- homo or lean! cj ln for ,hl, llrv an lauadian 'eu-jonlcr In council; has been pissed In ___uiin addrwsed lou audience. eral'-on ot labor, which unt-Iushlngly. Qltllwa jmUiiis into ctlect tho' Canada Tie speaker had no apology to of- announced Us wlontVn Tmuperanco Act lu the rlly ot Ous- ter for Iho position ha was taking lu (ne Trades and Labor Cougresf o( -fhe proclamation bi> iiubllsh- ibis cauipaifn. He waa not uut suv- onada. It advorttvi u.i til. f ed iu the Otlirhil Uazi'tlo ou Saturday, porting the union government, tut ha (De American Federation of Li- alter which dale It will lie Illegal lo was supporting only issue in Uiia Quebec was Ihe of me grant license for the retailing ol electiou. iho military act. U "scab." This province has "scabbed" was absolutely necessity lor every our our ,0idlerM. tlie trades union workinsman that he did not "scab1' ou niovernral and tho unions ol the the soldiers In France ani Flanders world in tlieir agony, who wero now conducting lie greatest IMI Donald McXabb, strlT-a In againil a] a ,vlloja SDa haj vM greatest autocrwY ever inc-vn. Ms Jcbt (o al.u ,VJS jTing in a roughly made grave "somewliere In France." Ills son !nd been active In trades union circles. Tho only Is- sue In this campaign was the sending of relief to Ihe war worn soldiers. The men would cocie back lo .Can- ada with tv feeling of disgrace shamo 11 the electors relustd lo uieu to help hold the line. Sir. McNabb scored Iho lew socalled PROFESSIONAL CARDS ___________ HOMEREMEDY FOR women's 2ui eucnuml (or IS jMn. Lit- erature on. rtqwtt. O. Tkoeau, room No'. S. DoialilQK Btocfc. Leth- bridge, phone MEDICAL DR. W. B. Accoucher. Hourj p.m. 911 Third Avenue. Phoiii 1253. Night touse piouo 1550. ___________GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS LOSKSMrniS-Om I'orrtls Blraljnteutd. itwa od, work done uy a keys loclis repaired, bicyeiM. lypcwrlters, phonognpha, any Ugtat machinery repaired, mowvra sharpened. U. B. MacdonaVl, Indian Axenl, 103J, 113 4lh Ave. E. PIANO TUNING was the reason thai ha with other mtn who had been for niaay years Lu the labor movement were out opposing the candidature of Mr. L. L. Pack? Tho reaio. tris to os found lu lha and lo run on a straight labor and -nominee who had cot played straight with labor aud waa slumping the coun- try with men llko Marlin Vi'oolf, U.I'. I1., who were never in sympathy In tho Lomond (1100 to 2.00) Olds Cochrane 23 25 25 27 23 1 2 4 S B 9 11 12 13 lilay InnUTree Mundare Fart Saskatchewan Stony Plain Clyde Athabasca Manybc tries Suffield Retlavi Alice 11 H 15 U 19 20 23 25 2? XL Apr. Z 3 5 11 15" Blindlovs Lnlleville Alliance (4.00 7.00) Onowiy St. Paul dea Mctli High Prairie MacLennan SpTrH Rivt.- Grande Peace Ardreavin object and alms ol labor. a meeting held at Commerco the pcakcr charged Mr. L- L. Pact with the labor men wh< nominated him. He Quoted a Jitter hkh appeared In lie. Lelhbrldge lerald written by ilr. Ostlund, who iulalmed anj conMclion with, the mtrlrue. Tna letter stalej that Mr. Montreal, Dec. Hon. Albert Su Igny, haa been confiiuvJ to his rooms at iho Hill hotel h s.nco Krlilny last with ptomaine pois- oning and is reroreriuK, was unable to lake j'.art in n meeting held In his terests In Henry at Ylfloria HaU Saturday night, but seal n of Ills siUress to be read. In tlila slatcnicnt lion. Mr. Sovlguy labor men who had sold out tho labor movement lo the Hon. C. W. Cross, Martin AVixilf and (heir henchmen. was limo the workers got wlso "Wjl these men and squelched their hctlvltles or the labor movement would end In disruption. The meeting was Iho best yet held held Sir Wllfrlil Laurier for tho present feeling in province of Quebec. Hon. Mr. Sevlghv's nddrcis referred lo bis opponent. Alfred Leduc, as Ing niaile a year ago iu a line similar lo lliaL ol Sir Joseph Flnvello's j. L. Pack la company with Martin at Coalhurst. Several ol the audlenco iV'oolf, M.P.P., called on Sir. Ostlund complimented the visiting speakers for inu asked him to reconsider his In- ihe splendid nduresscs given and the .entlon lo retire from the conlest Mr. manner In which they put forward de- Pack was then the candidate of the finite and well considered arguments abor convention and had agreed to In favor the Military Service Act remain aloof from the Laurier party and to run on a straight labor and tarmer tlckeL II was a aorrj sight to this un- holy alliance at Liberals aud Labor. The military service act was tie most democratic method o[ raising reinforcements. The Trades and La- bor Ccagress qt Canada had endorsed U, although opposed to the principle of conscription.. The referendum as a democratic measure ot submitting legislation lor popular approval or rejection waa suit- able In normal times of peace. j NlUcms like Individuals in abnormal j Mmw must submit to arbitrary meth- 1 The ods 'when life and aaTety depended. allied mllllirr rolsjnn? io not admit a general principle which left Ihe-general slat! just lie universal and unrestricted surgical op- tire Gen. Diifchunln waa killed zr? eratlona for appepdlcltls- Eipert op- reported to hrvve been nt ncBOtejie1.! Inlon at times ol pronounce Ihls Tuesday on Ihelr way lo Kiev. 11 13 operation abaohitely nece35iry lo save expected the missions will prowec the Individual. The military service to JUSST, with the Junior officers re 'act is the aurglcaJ operation lor the malnins at Mohllev. 70 WERE KILLED Ylgo, Spain, Dec. per sons rrerc kilted and 300 or 400 wound In the uprising Iu Portugal eefr, according lo advices reichln re from-Lisbon, Most of the house that city were damaged by tb inbardaieriL Several projccll.e ruck a hotel occupied ty diplomats eluding the Spanish minister fin e Drillsh mission, 110110 o[ whom wa urt. One of Ihe Spanish minister n-anta ivas struck by a shell frag en I. During tho IIsM Trllh the Te cnleLs Iho batUc ship Vassi) Da ama wni badly damaged. She wa randed on Ihp. bank ol Lha rlvor. mean from 9.00 to 12.00 and after- roan from 16 5DO, except where "otherwise It is essential that ownen have their rtalfioni al their mpective stations, as indicated in ihe above schedule, at the time set. as fnspecLors cannot remain longer than the time specified In the iched- ulf. It would therefore be advisable that bring in their ttaHlonx the day before, especially where Inspection hu ID tw made In the! mornings. In the case of owners are requested to produce registration owner who dcet not have hit stallion inspected at the time the Inspectors are in hii vicinity, and who wishes to or travel his stallion during the 1912 season, wfll ba required to have h's horse ensmined by tht maid, Insptrton at hit eSwn expense. fSfld.) H. A. CRAIG, Ad. K. Deputy Minister of Agriculture, nation. lood commission, The Iradea onlonUts ol Great Brl-.! ciLdlng represenladves ol eleven Uln, United SUles, fVnce and Italy ernmcnts, has been organized e ID the men lighting ivitl LleuL-Col. 'Boyle :ol Canada as i mindeer where It Is necessary. workers, railroadmen and farmers were protected. Young men "Who bad become pros- and weallhj In real estate bual- j anri the like, who hod no Inten- 1 I iron of doloB anylblng for tiie counLry which had done so well by them. These men bad now to delend the wealiii Canada had given them. A certain bant manager charged the speaker whh bclop prejudiced agaJnst the veallby. Ke admitted this prejudice A UBLIC MEETING UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE GREAT WAR VETERAN'S ASSOCIATION, LETHBRIDGE WILL 81 HELD ON TOMORROW, TUESDAY AT aJO P-M, IN THE Lcthbridge Independent Labor Party Meeting for Labor Men Bvrrgmaim's Hall, Norlh Lcthbridge Friday, Dec. 14 AT 9.00 P.M. SPEAKERS: ROBERT BARROWMAN WM. SYMONDS DONALD McNABB LOUIS MOORE Subject: The Military Service Act. 11. Cnil'PS, BXI'EIIT Player-Piano aftd Organ '0 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M.T. A-un., London, Ilctcrunccs to the Uanlne musicians o[ i.Hj. 1'ooat 11U 3 Sti Ave. A. South. IB VULCANIZING______ ULCAN12 DftS. HcNALLV 103 Sherlock Ulocb. Olllco 319; IlesliJence (19. houra: 11 lo 12 a.u.: 1-W to 3.SO; 7 to S p.m. DR. and Tbroat; Ho ShrriucK OI1IC6 aoara efenluxs by tp- polntuitnt. Office 311; KM Idcnce 693. l5R. P. W. TUU.BR. PHVSICIAji and Surgeon, office Bhcppanl Dlock oppoalte SlarlQBd Theatre, rooms G to 4. Office hoiira: 11 lo It a.m.: 1.30 lo 3.30 p.m. aiid 1 to S.30 p-m. rhouei: Office 7SO' 4110. 8lh BL S.. I'hone HH. _________ H. J. E. LOVER1NO. Plralcaln and Surgeon. X-Rty QUko anil residence, 312 3rd Avc. south. Hours 11-12, 1-S ond 7-9. Telcphono day nBn nlgnt 1212. 2S5 ti INO Works DndertaKd aJl lira re All work goaianttieu. Krelgul one on out ot ordera. Chapllu 4 Son, 712 ard.Ava. S, 3 doore cafl ot Royal Hani. l'JS-0 Ills BUILSERS' SUPPLIES CEMENT; Itus, plaster, plale window aulomoblle vlnd- Tho Waalern Supply Hqulpmcnt Co.. Lid., Fourth Street Boutli. Phone 10U, lloi 29S. IOS-0 LUNCH COUNTER HK ALBERTA LUNCH HOOM A Orlll. Ill Flflh 8L B. Tlio only vbl'.a cooks In town. Also tobacconist and barber abop. Adtllson cnl Butts Props. Telephone 1827.________100-0 SHOE REPAIRING SHOE Phono 1717 tQ your shoo repaln. Work done yomplly. called tor p.ud. de- MUea. 611 4th Are South. PRIVATE HOSPITALS PHRIVATETHOS PIT Haarlem's Private Hospital Malernlly Home. 1224 lib .Aranu South. Phone UNDERTAKING S. FETTEHLY, LEADING FUNER al director end licensed embaimer motor or horso driven hcaraei. P; lor.3, oiiiw-lle Court OJIIc plica. 561, residence phDit 117 Open day and nigbL MBCKAY "ST ilacKA Directors and Practical office and reildcnco. SC3 3rd ATenu S. Phona 1S03. Alwayi open. closcu. MAJESTIC THEATRE THE MEETINQ WILL Bt NON-POLITICAL, THE MILITARY, SERVICE ACT ONLY WILL BE DISCUSSED. V.L Buchanan and LL Pack THE CANDIDATES IN THIS ELECTION HAVE BEEN INVITED TO ATTEND AND OTHER SPEAKERS WILL BE rnoM THE RANKS Of THE VETERANS, MUilCAL PROGRAMME ALL HEARTILY WELCOMB OOD SAVE THE KINQ Ottawa, Dtc. carloads clothing, bedding, etc., which juen collected In Lhe capital over tl iveek end for the sufferers at Hallfa will probably Icare for the Btrlcke city this afternoon. In order to he with Ihe distribution ol tie contcn of Ihe cars, Eli .workers, Ihree me and IhrcT women in charge ol Co trolter Nelson of the city council, w go down on a special car. One ol L C.ITS Is laden with new goods which were obtained through canvassing Ihc merchants ot tie clty. Laurler Support! Proposal Winnipeg, Dec. Sir Willrld Laurier sent a telegram lo Sir Thomas Wiltc, milliter ot finance, supporting 'the granting ol substantial aasislance to Uie stricken city of Halifax. Sir Wlllrld'a lelcgram antd: "Will gladly support substantial as- sistance to Halifax. (Signed) Wlllrid Laurier." QuEbec Offer Quebec, Dec. Quebec pro- vincial government has repealed to the premier of Nora Scotia Ils olfor j ot help (o stricken Halifax. Following Is Ihe message; sent by Sir Gouln: "Mon. 0. II. Murray, premier of I Novn Rcotla, lialllftx: I "In addition to my message of yes toiday would you allow me lo ask you If we can be ol any holy. Wo woulc u'olcomo suggestions. (Signed) Lomer Oouln." I'rcmlti Murroy'i answer is as lol Iowa: N'. 3, Dec. S, "Sir Gouln. Quebec, "Thatjka fur expresalon of aympalhy ratnnlrophc Is most appalling, thous- ands tksHttitc, casually list cnormoai, hJlHlncs and olflces scr iLUfl? wrecked, nearly Hie whole city tbe same, disaster cannot be lied. (Signed) 0. (I. Murray." 'i ft FORCED TO ENTER ARMISTICE- Amslcrdnm, Dec. Humanlan governmtnl waa forced to enter armistice HCRO- nations with Ihn Germans, nc- 1 cording lo a Vienna despatch lo tlio l.oVal Anzelger ol Her- lln, a rcsull of an ulllmalum from the Russian government. This thrcalencil tho withdrew- ff nl ol ftusslan (roops from Iho Molilnvlm Irnnt Ihe slop- page o( Ihn export 61 food and ff wnr material. WOMEN VOTERS ARE REQUESTED TO Register AT THE COMMITTEE ROOM OF The Lethbridge Women's Union Government Association At the S. 0. E. Hall TENTH STREET SOUTH AT ONCE A WOP-1AN HAS A VOTE WHO IS 1 The wife of a soldier who served or la serving the British forces (eilher Can- adian or Imperial) out of Can- ada In Ihc present war. 2, The mother, daughter or fchter of a soldier wh has serv- ed or la serving with Ihe Brit- ish forces (Canadian or Imper- ial) out of Canada In preient war, 3. The widow, mother, daught- er or sister of a toldler who has terved with the Brltlth forcei (Canadian or Imperial) out of Canada In the preterit war and who died. wife (or moth' er, daKLjhier or slater of a ial1cr lna In the Canadian or Im- perial Naval forces In or out of Canada In the present, who enlisted before the 20th Septem- ber, 1017. DENTAL M. J. QIDSON-bfcNf 1ST QUAD- uate ol Rojral Collet" ol Dentil Sur- irona Toronto and bolder of a Dour Inlon Denial Certificate. Ofdce: lournn 66 Drjan Block. 1071. II. L. T. DENTIST. (SUC- CMSOT to Courtke t Orailnate of Unlrerllty ot.Uaryland. Rooma S5 MacdonjJJ Block. Phout 116S, Lelhbridge, Alia. ___ ___ "AND' DENT Uta. Successor! to Dra. Stewart anil llcClure. HOIITI 3 to 5. OlHco: Hie- Inbolham niock. Fbone 374. R. U. 0. mombor ol Royal College ol Sur- geons. (Eog.) Licentiate Rojal Col- lege ol Physicians (London) L.D.S.. 19CO. Hours 9-12; 1-5. Office C-S Htg- inboLham Block. Phooe 161C. )ll- T. W. GIIADU alo North Western Dental UntvcrB- lly, Chicago. OIILcn phoDB 785; res- H-aco phous 152. OtllCM: Union llank Building. 1530 DR. a H. Graduata Chicago ot Den- tal Surgery. Offices, Shepherd Block, opposite- Slarlind Phono 7SO. Residence phono 397. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH SMITH anil Jons U you aro slclt and want lo regale health, laku .'plnal adjustments and get well. Office In residence, 303 7th Are. S., opposlto Model nakcry, hours 0.30 to B, 7 to 9. Phona 1677. MU3IC MISS GLADYS ATTHEB holds cla ECS at C-. rorm. classical and fancy dancing cliil-1 dren and adults. Half term cpm- meaces Ihis week. I'honu 1695! MISS A1LBBN SI. Flaying and Theory; supervision of H. C. C. Salmon. One hundred per cenL ol pupils entered for the ei- uiilnallons ol tho Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, Lon- don, En, last year were successful. Studio, C23-Olh .S'.rpat South. HAND STORE._____ HAND SECOND_____________ ORTH WARD SECOND Store, 546 Thirteenth St. N. Furni- ture bought and inld. Repairs noat- ly eieculcd: P. A. llogers. prop. Tele- phone 1155. ICO-tl MHS. W. H. Piano, Harmony nnd Theory. Orcr ten years' le.ichlnj eiperlenco. Studio fully equipped wlla black- board, keyboard. ECalo ladder, mod- ulatlce board, etc. Studio 1226 5th Avc. A. Soulh. FARH PRODUCE FAHJiTPKODOCTS LIMITED HAY, POTATOES ANL LPALFA MEAL. Inspectors at Coaldale, Lolhbrldgo rtayraortd. and MaErath. you want lo tuy or we will mail yiu our Weekly Uar ket Card on request 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING .ethbrld.t Phon. 777 V. J Ltoyo, Mar, Res. Phona 36a R. Hsiell, Acct., Rea- Phone 1753 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER STB. HcEL-YEA, ASSOC. A. I. E. Electrical Engineer and Contractor makes a specialty ot wiring counlry homes and HEhtlnj planll Consultation? on all klnda of elec trlcal 1264 Hn Ave. S. Pbonc 1S33. llt-1. AUCTIONEER_________ SALE ANI Lire Sloch Auctioneer. Sales con dueled In Iho I'.-o-slnct Terms reasonnblc. Write or phon 1023, Head olflco al Wilson's Auc lion Osllcrica, Blonucr-llassi? Blocli, I-ethbrldse, Alta. DECORATING THE COMMITTEE ROOM Id OPEN DAILY FROM NOON UNTIL P.M. DO IT NOW! OELAV MAY LOSE YOUR VOTE TELEPHONE No. 602 r DEC orators, rnperhongors and I'alnlcr Qensrnl Decoralln nnd Writing. Esllranlei clvo The oldcftl established palnlcrj Hcs. I'bono 1472; offl phone Sherlock UldK., Lot lirWso. ACCOUNTANTl 1C11. f. O. Bit IOU HtNDEHBON, REID AND PATER8ON EDUCATIONAL GApBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 81h St. South, Day and ereolDS achooL hortban'l, TypowntliiE, DooklteerlnE. and fall Commercial Offlct 1315 Realdenco Phone or Principal 1531- Whlte for Pull Information. EYES TESTED JMHCUDlHJOH-SIGHTSPECliUSTI Difficult a 'Specialty TWELFTH SEASON OP TUB LETI1- bridge CoDserratory .ol Music re- opens Thursday; August 30lli. Piano Theory. Violin, Orchestra GDI! Uaoit Inslrumcnls; AiaudoIlD, Tlanjo, Uku. lele, Guitar, Hawaiian Steel Gullar. Singing, Elocution. Certified teach- ers. ModcrD methods. Many frca ntl- vantages. Phone 765. 1S1-0 UISHOI'. TEACHER OP VIO UN. Stuillea at New England Con- servatory of MuBlc under Eugeno Urucnbcrg. Lmon fl.OO. Stndlo m OtJi St. Smith. Phone 1098. 253-C CLF.ANINQ AND DYEING THE IN Krcneh Dry Clonnlnfr. Our process danger of Injury to gar- ments. Only tbn highest clnsa turned out. No dyeing. alcnllon Is given lo country orders. 6th Be-" ami aUorations dono at reasonable prices. AVo call for and riclkcr Kooila, 410 Clli Street South. Phono WI NOTTiie Tailor. CleanlnBr iincl repairing. HTgh clnif work nt lowest iirlccB. Delivery (ree. 113 llh 81. S. I'hono 101J. 28S-2< Etc. SPECIALTIES Miinlclptli Lumber, MTnlng, MinuIactiTlng, Wholesale and RCI.ll AccouMlns. Audla. Building, Third AVI, a _________WELL_______ HOLES POHES. Cipiicllv of machines lotn foet. Lcllibrldge, Alhcrla. 209-25 W A T E R LOCATOR CAN LOCATE walcr for you. Charges reasonable T. Dnvlo, Noblcford. D7-0 RELIEr POURINO IN Halifax, Dec. parlies llmicil to Iioilr In toil ay. Tho N-JW i York, the Toronto, Montreal, Ithodo i lilann, nncl Krcilgrlcton hosnllsla unlls arriving nl Ihe Bamo lima. All the Injured liav'o now Imcn comfortnbly utoiiscd and nra receiving IhD at'.Jli- lion ol doclors r.nd .narscs. The sle.Tly nisli of relief workers In Oio la causing acme confusion. SUPPUES AMD ALL KINDS OF tLIC- TRICAL WORK. FHOHl M7 711 ;