Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
FKimuAriY i, PAGE SEVICN v Berastorfi special from Ottawa to Ihe Teltgram loday sajs: "Dispatches havebien receiv- ed 'atthe Capital from ofliclal sources in which in- dicate that'President Wilson has given Ambassador hlf ipampoiVs-jind ordered the retail of the United States' am- b'aUadofln Berlin. Official circles secni (o be positive.IKc infor- malion is Correct." i Crotfiers HopesftpfHave Strike Settld .To-night BORDEN'S VISIT TO THE IMPERIAL CONFERENCE H. F, G, (c'rridbrg Jan. fji llio still ccnlrcs around I'rcnilcr norden'ii coming'visit lovlho Imperial ('deference; Wli'al Is (lio incsEaBC lie will ]LQ put Canuda wlillo'Jie la over there, or wlllljic'como uacti nnil got llio con- seiit J Although thc'iualler Ims not been oron.secret fell. true plebeian West Uoal (Jompaiiy. '1'abcr; A. il. Hie lion. 'I'. Croiliijrs Chinook foul Company, Lelli- _" H. (j: Dlonncn, Itlllcrcst Coal M. H. Morrow, in hil liter o[ lull or, nul In his- ijilrl sleeves In his Billing room' al the Palllscj- Hotel 'Llila lie or- ly conlrlbullon al fitly millions a i Such nro llic vlov.'a ol'JIri None! Curll6 and- Ills fellow or the Houiiil Table. -What .lij-more to ilio.volni., such are th? views ,ol Lord Curibn, l.'oril Miner anil nonar Mw monitors ot. tlio inner -.war cabinet, who lnvoa very high Idea ol Hie July .TOUO.-PUUHU yet, n oron secret SllK Bmoup of Parliament! ".ro "o rs vJr? 1V SS 5S of the Allied stfcfeB his head Into a ilwji pl_ Uiojni I veil from iho cast after nltia o'clock Lo inccl llio of ID In o nnd miners, but Ip the train from'the aoutJt belrig over n couple of hours lulo, und llic mt-n's represent LI'.IVCB consequently liavliiK I'ut In an 'appearance, no con- ference was held ti'irlng llio forenoon. A meeting In Ijoliig arranged for this oil botli sldca of the vex- ed :tmcsllori will, lully 'illsyusscd wllh llic mlntEicr.' The majorily ol llic representatives of Ihc operalora were on hand, but as It lslllie IrUcntjori of Mr. Crolliers lu hear tiio views first Ihq on- uraLor.s, u'jUWc of an Informul thai wlLh tho minister, hud lo content UicmuolVGH wllh waiting for Ihe arrlv- al of Iho men's Among trie operators llial attendance this niornlng' wero Oebrgc Ihe .C, Company, Colcman; R. S. McKlbbln, __________ also of (he MLGHitvruy comjiany; incmbors of. Iho inner .war -caltlncV j g, Wltltesldc, Iniernnllomil Coal company, Colcman; O, J.' Kranco coal company, al Prank; It. M. young and W. IL ;oii, of tho Crbivs' ATesl Pass Coji Company., t'crnle; J. HowarJ, Caituda Lloyd Gcoryo laii't lbokihg.r-ncsldc3 terms'.aio.'being .Bellied. Urllalu seems tJIs- let CanaJa Lake as itaeh .slblllly "and, Intercutlally. as mucH'bl the war as sho tlio case, ineraijers'': of' PjirllaiiieAt are "asking .whati Premier 'llnrilcti..will tlo next.' Hrivlny Bubec'rlbc'cl to the AUIciL rejily dnj csLaltllsheil Can- U.kh jiart In the peace treaty, IsUlic .tlic UofdoiV Government contemplate? llaving accepted llic of for Ihfl .war tho It- follovi's. In some nilnds tbat-tlicrer slio'uld be Joint responsl- bUllyi ar.d troubles and -garganluda taxes will; lie Lhc friil t; of 'Girea't-. lirjlaln'a sinfgcrlne "attcr IbeVwar-le over. Also iliero'ls the'cosliof Iruuerial defence. 'Grciat bear this btifilen'.alonc.'-or1 Premier Uo'rUen suggestions that Canada afiould bear.a'slmre of a year: ilp. proli- ioal John Shanka, DrAzcau Joal KQrdcgg; and L, Htockctt, llanklipud and jrldgc Jnlcrcsls of ttio C. P. it. PcuJJng tt'Q ptrlval of llio men llio o'nerdlors naturally refused to illa- cuaa (ho situation when approachct" Uy a 'representative of The Jleratil, but iho HUM. T. W. Croihcri fn llic course of an .Jiilcrvlcw "ic outcome of tlio that win take place LhlB1 aftcriiooTi. "I nut confident Lliat nrt Qinlcablo pgreemeiil will be reach- lie remarked, "und lhal (his will bo'aatlafactory .lo all concert) ad." Asked what the Eovernuier-i pur- 03CJ doing If maltcrti were not juslcd at the conference Mr, Crotlicr.i lepilcil that'lio was noi in n nt llic moment to say whal course would Lo a'dopteil. "Tim Kos-ernnie lio Bald, "thoroughly tho gravity of Iho situation." "Pcrson- have every reason lo uclteye that all1 differences wilt Ijc settled this afternoon." From whal tlifl' operators stated 'ihc inlnea with' the exception of some ol thosr at Lcthbrldgc liad temporarily merit of the dispute. resumed work final settle Mra.-R.W. G. Gcorgo, Vi'ho-baa been. Miss Flunkeli, of PJncher Creek is ylsiline Mrs. G. II. Harmon, returned [visiting Mrs. G. B. C. Martin. Premier Lloyd "Gebrga alily side with Ih'ctn anyway! Tho question Parliament la asking la, will Premier ,'IloTilch- bo ablo In staiiil up lo the lu or VllV tlicy put It In-hfa eye? 'They. ffreal per- suadui-s 'over there- In' Wcstrnlngter. The last time Premier. Bor'Uen went Lo a conference ;ln. Englanil he "came Lack with three" dreadriouglils In his head put thcro by WJiislon Chur- chill, who has BIHCO blown up. When Premier- Uorden -.couldn'l .put- hla CJanailian npcelal contriLutlon jioltcy over, lie was so lhat the Mlolic and the Ilainljow were not only dismantled; .'hut the Lenders' tor' Lho Laurlcr navy Were, dropped In tho waste basket, willi.'.Hie, result- that when the war broke" out 'Canada was in- Ihc rminiUallhg position ol having today- lo her borne In Macleod, Llcul. E. Corporal J. Wal- lace and Bombardier lllaln of Ihn 78th Battery have returned from taking a course In bayonet in AVInnl- peg. lea which .was lo.ho.vo been held at the home ot-Mrs.- CobblpJIck MY. Bad Airs. James Aird have re- turned ifom n week's vhil in Calgary SvSlh Jlr. htfd MTB. Alex Aird. Mr. ami Mrs. W. J. fjloyd have re- turned froin .Edmonton, where Hie former allcndeU "the U. F. A. convcn- by the W.M.S. of Weslev phurch on A meeting of Ine executive ot tlie pcd Crosss will be held tomorrow poncd on account'. bi the severe" we s 3 o'clock in the rooms.' The regular meeting'1 of OilaLlie- Yesierday afternoon Mrs. was held yesterday the' hostess of an Infof- Pyramid I'lle r ttae'mt' 'Now Offcrri- Free to II Will; Do tor rilo T r oatm c n t Klvcs quick.re-' Hch- .or prblnidlrig-'piics, hcmorrriolda and all recial-trpubles. In Ilia privacy "of .your own 5pc n. Lox at all 'druEjjIali' A single bos often cures.. Free'HMvIe for trial wllh booklet (n'vlaln !wrapiJcr, It you ua .coupon' bclov. FBEE SAMPLE COUPON PVIUJIID Diitra coiiPAKr, .V fitPrremlJ plan., Jtnrahiill.lllclv. Frwi'MTiiTJli of must iconsull1'hla t Oriler ;v Dinde'from 9 till 2. CAR ALL Extra 25c absent. wlll_ send' a. prosy to Loa- (lou''nnLl stay.-jal to mind his nl- this, moment Is to hang on to his -Job by. the skin 61 his Australia is very 11 e'riraps inibre.: Uritlah Innh B'ritlsli'.enough'to do what Hughes 'wa'ntcd .to tlo. With' Australia and South Africa rnp- at -coDrersnce by cleim- lles, Canada arid -New Zealand ivill lit the only overseas states', io' send Ipotentlarles. .The -chances arc that Premier' Burden '.will be more plenlpo: Lenttary than" h'ts comrade' of New- Zealand, which is a democratic coun- try and very .insistent .that its Prem- ier should consult the peoplp first 'and make hts answers' afterwards. Premier Borden, on the other hand, has developed halill 'since .tht .war began or doing "things .HrBt ami ex- plaining- T "neglecting. lo .eiplatr them Premier ''tlpnler [loca.ii lot ol govcrnlng-'b'y 6rdcr-In- councll, which, of the good old Tory way of'tlolng It.'' Ry oder-fn- L council, wo have hi nnd ln- Irumeulal Cumbers by ..Mrs. R.- -W. _pnE.'.ln nridlllon to the 'soldiers here were present" the husbands 'of he hostesscs'and fifteen young lad- cs, each hostess having In H led one. A dclicloos supper'was served by the adtcs. '-A vcrv pleasanl crenlug ,was iloscd by sin'grns "God Save the King, ifler which the baltery boys gave hrec a tiger'for lhc''lad- es for Ihelr very Wnfl hosiiitalily. On Tuesday night'at No.-1 Fireball, pleasant, evening was enjoyed by he mcnibera of Ihe' department nnd riends In honor of Thomas c'rt Hardy who loft yesterday lo'join he naval ot Es: quimaU.'R naval recrull- Dg officer lor I.elhbrlUge was.pres- cnl and presented each of the Vtoya s-ith a wrist watch from Chief Hardy. Jcslrtcs Ihcsc they were the-rerip- cnts of numerous other presents, In- cluding a "writing cabinet from" the members of .their class with 'silent by the routine business. The annual reports secretary and treasurer were read ami adopted. Mrs. Skeith gave c. short'lalk on some of the avenues uf usefulness open lo the Local Council at this lima when rieil Cross anil Pat rlpllc.'ivork lakes us such a large of the women's time. '.IntercstinE reports-were read from Ihe Various affiliated ".societies, via: Nursing I.O.D.E., MalncsiF Chrlslian Temperance presecil.1 The mee il'hg" was -opened I'li'e.Civic Club. These reports covered work -and proved what a large" field Ih'e women's work of Leth- uridge" covers. .ITOUT Olds was read, asking this local council lo cooperale" them; in having n provincial con- ference of women called shortly nnd In'drdcr-to get as many women as pqalbio. from the rural districts Ihzd such meeting be held oiitsfric the larg- er.TcEiiGs: This was endorsed by this Local'Council. Th'e inosl important matter for sidcr'ation this year has been the dralllns of amendments .to "the laws of'Alberta nertafning to .women nnd ailon the parly, enjoyed :m informal dnnce- On Monday .evening the boys and girla'of the Central School enler- alncd Iho departing volunlcerE. TynUe nearly all the pupils of Ihe' schools were at Ihe train yesterday to.iviah ,hem God .Speed.. at rMldren in he submitted, to Ihe pro- 'vmclai legislature. Lethtrulge Local Council is lo have the drnfllng of .Hie bill'on Equal ParcnUil. Higbts. the council also placed Itself on record as desiring to have n wofinn placed on the board of censors ol moving pictures al Edmonton, with a-view stricter censorship. qullc prevalent In the Untied Slates, who dearly lovfe a counlry lhat can make Ihcm knights nnd baronets! Sir rjeprge._ Ig. said lo be working tor. a peerage. Knowing Slr'-Gcorse's Parliament doea "not hlr acting as a _brake 'on- Premier Bor- den'3 ft grjinlcd that five g tike r minds Lloyd .Gcorgo, Mllhcr, Curz.on, Caf- aon nnri Dalfoiir .concentrate their argument "on'onc Troni the poor fallow asainst this brllllanl attack? they .wlH' shrfound and envelope- and -.scorch his back hair like a curtain' ot Ilro.VN'aiuraUy they will ask hirn' for all'.lhkt Eng- land would tike; fa hara from Canada, and; we wou'd bo "alid Lo 1'remlcr Uorden will answer; hy otter- ing all ihnl Canada afford' to give, nut Ihli Parliament's CJpbrienco of Prepifcr Bonlcn. When lie gets one ot those promising moock on he would part, wllh his suapcnderi, oppin gN ews f rom for this Week-Eni Grocery Specials for Friday Saturday Phone 313. Grapes. RtQUlar 35c lin. Special........................ California Peaches. Regular 35o lln. Special........................ f California Peers. Regular 35: liri. Special OUC Soda Biscuits. Regular 30c for Home Made Crab Apple for Home Made Grape Fruit Marmalade. Per jar Fancy Spy Apples. 9C- 4 Ifas. iiJL Popping Corn. 1 Ib. packets. Special, 2 for.................. Specials For Friday and Saturday Selling Men's Work Hoots .A good-wearing, boot for hard wear. A wide fitting last ami heavy pegEed sole. Friday and Saturday QQ Special Child's FcU Larc Uoolccs Sizes 1 and 2 ID colors of chocolate, and red. To clear Friday aud Saturday, t n Stop on Boot Polish In colors ot laD, black and ox-blood. For t'ridrtj- Saturday. Tlireo (Ins Fox's Iinik'ovetl rut tecs Friday and Saturday. An Pair.......................... no ships cither to defend herself 'The affillaleil chair was taken hy Specials in Ready- tins or anyhody_ else's. Canada .will have her "own troubles ftfter the war, troubles she has Lecn assiimo for love of tho Mother Country. Noljo iticnlitjv. the .treasure of. blood Canada has'spcnX.tbere wi nallonardcbL ot staggering pro porllpbs, taxes such na run not in the memory of man, ani Interest charges arid K pension list, thai will segregate onb'hniidrcd million dollars '-a. rear Ail toM, It -will lake aboul Uireo.hun drcd .nnrt (ifty mllMon dollars a year Iq "tee 'J3 through. Spiuc have' R! ludcil to this as a man's burden on a hut Canada cheerfully bcHra" It'ag the" iirioe ol her duty t Iho British Empire. Canada, has continues to do, her htl (Ignis for tho Jtoltierl.lml alii When the war-is over she will have a big bill to fool. The question everybody la aslitng now i whether. Premier. Hqnlen Intends do Ing AJTlAIng n- make It bigger. II. P. of our will .b.e.elciircd reduc- tions." .IJcnUlihtl 'Mink'Stole. Kegu'-- lar To clear... Lono1 Stole' Bear. Kesular Coou-Stoic, llcgulnr- 'SB.50 s Left Ciliilili'en'.s G'onts To.clear at HALF PRICE. Oiic Only, Kat Coat last :one from pur season's stock. Regular SS50D for O.bU Only Six Suits Left 'i'rices up lo All to Savings on House- f urmsh ings lor Fri and Saturday 20 "pair AH Pure Fcatlier rillows V .p Covered wllh neil slripo Avt TlckhigJ Size, I3.T2C .inches. Plain G M'iinlow Sim 3G Inches inchGs. Joiiif.. on strong "spring roller.' Weekend Special, Double IJoriler CasemeiiL 30 inches colored IjordeV on cream grounds. Regular 25c. Special, -yard 'Dest' cocoa' ribre' for floor uge.-Special, each Silk for C Cream color. 50 inches wiile: Reg- an ular yaril VifC THE BRITISH TORPEDO FLEET THIMMME1) THE GERMAN FLEET WE SAVE YOU MONEY' ON WEARING FOR YOURSELF FAMILY HENNESEY4 WILSON NORTH LETHBRIDGE; I CHILDREN'S'. FLEECE'1.'LINED :.SLEEPERS.J'. DTJKE JOINS TlUi FIFl'Y CLTJB. Being rte.sirotis oMic'co'miiiE a mcmhcr of tic CliUli, lo' fiay llio isum of S. moothiy lo Ihe Cicidbui Piin'oik'Fond Cinidiaji Kcd Croa Fond for the dura I ion of c SlrccL said payment lp be Quirllfir .'ADDRESS CREAM WANTED HIGHEST PRICES. PAID FOR NO. TCREAM, AND CHECK. SENT FOB EACH-SHlPMENr BY RETURN MAIL MILK AND CREAM DHLIVEREO. DAILY. BABIES' MILK from Indivitlual havt' pssss-d Ihe tjbercuTjfrMcst by the govcriv; EDGEHILL DAIRY Phone 1524 SOI 71h SL.S.