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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LBTIIBRIDGK DAILY HERALD j MONDAY. l'KBHUAHY J, olution Will Overthrow Capitalists, Says Forum Speaker PARALYSIS Mines Already Receiving i * - Orders for Storage Coal PROFESSIONAL CARDS GUNSMITHS The Industrial I'hallfnse." was dis . revolutionary uuivi mem. cua^d at the Forum >i*^rd:iy after-! noon-by T. I&lwin SmUu. well known ' 1 atiM ownership of proper!y and the sub- munition iherrfor of s;'.>;-vTt' for mankind, would be railed on re take its place. And the poin; mi which he | desired to pin re em pun* is 1 he revoluiienai v uri-:. p% was i P. a I pre para- \\ nil i i'-op- produeers N tin* owners. nisinmers -mi vNnr's.-r-- ii'.eu.'ral. V Smith ;:aiil ilie measure ni uo\ ernnn-m j ronirol ot railway.-. food, etr . now '>w � eifer; ;is war legislation was no! to be , eouf'u--\\ with liir serial ownership as di\-ir.>ii by the revolm ion a ry movement, lie went on to ih;it the-present soevtl unrest anion?; the worn- \ ers induced as i: is by unjus; divi- � dends be in*; innde by t ne cap'.; r.lisiie ; corporations, was fore ins: t he world i to the new order, and exhorted those! who indieve that the new order is reining to prepare. People susperi that the socialists are unable to handle the bin nffairs of serial ownership entrusted to tlietn. This is shown by! the small* percentage of iho vote see-, ured by socialist candidates for par | i liameni. The socialists must now (ion. he r� t.>\�,-r in:.� the brw,*. �' a PT*nuwner that t move-! are Prepared for tlm task. Mr. smith sdiow tin- world 'm>; 'he nev. silent i- --;ti"e o?i** 'n v.-hli-ii �o nffairs nnd thai it has t ready to itundle i!o* job �nation similar to that now obtaining an Russia m:"t:hr be ueoideH. Mr. Snrth �s; a livinii from places M'bore foriueiiy tp.e Indian would have starved to dea;h. liavc become our ^nasJers in si e;:o of our tools, ami so �we have heroine to be more and more de.pendent on our fellow men for sus tenunee. Social relationships have be- v,; -.j Jo : nist ' thought they might show this in some i e heK iniM li-:ue:"v I ,,va-v *'-v (o-operative ownership of an -tVif cit indnsrrv hv a trades union. He said "Fruit-a-tives" Quickly Relieved This Chronic Trouble oS^ v \sa?kain Srt;KKr, Momrkau "in my opinion, uooiber medieina is so euraiive \\>v i'ons'.ipation and J odige^t ion as ' 1'rait -a-lives'. 1 was a suh'erer from lheix months 1 have been entirely well*'. A. ROSKXBUJUi, �"Oe. a box, G for ^.oO, trial size !?"x\ At all dealers or sent postpaid by l'ruit-a-tives I.imtted, OMiwa. interest in the coal r-itnation in Western Canada is spreading and iu-:dieaiions ave that within a short time some anmmncements mav r i taken out in (plant(ilea should be sent to the Lethbridge Ijield. Could Use 600 More Men 1,. forth 1 "Wo c^ild use ('7 varieties I lution' as the speaker would indicate. ^ tMro"gl1 the summer wun very ilefined in lv.o preat classes, the ; nf sol-ialism. He said he was glad i In Great Britain for the past fifteen !iilUe *aste* . 1 he'local mines should �>wners and'the producers. Too often I ihe miners of this district had nejer! years there has been a labor party. ! Hieretore he Kept busy every day. ami the private owner evidences no eon-(tried as yet to take over the means ofj As a result of this the effect is any-! l01"^1'* froni tIie Drumhelter and other cent for his social obligations to man-1 production and predicted that in a fewthing but of revolutionary tendency, j UeIlls where summer coal cannot be f vears -white coal" would supplant the A'ontrarUy. the whole inclination has kind, his main ulea in life seeming to lira-1 roal now used, nie reason me rpvolu-  "t-'en io raise me sianuaru oi living j pn-jiion in Russia had created such chaos; amongst those classes that most need; nvfl j was that the Russians were not ed-iir- If there is any talk of a 'revolu-j - --1 1 1 � ...... . - , . !;.;�._? :. .......... ------- ------ ......- 1. _, I be to make as much money for him- f coal now used. The reason the revolu-  been to' raise the standard of living self as possible. For this reason vate ownership and capitalism hn\ fulfilled their function. The world j ucat^d. "'If the time should come here! lio�' ir comes from some soarr-box nay advanced as far as possible undet ; we would be ready for it." I orator or agitator. -this The world war is show-; H w Johnston of Aldersvde. a lead-1 }jr' SmUh v^Uf }n?eilZ'- ! ing the need oi something better in or I pr in Non-Partizan League m-nie' Muslc wtis supplied by Miss Kenny, der that mankind may continue to iwhr-]ivind five minute ' speech* i*i 1 antI CoomDS- uoth l,f wilom sang; Bdvancc. and Mr. Smith believes the I ;vllirh lu. took u?ue ,vilU M4r. Smitii � so-l,?s, ve,\y a^Hablv. s- R- Dunham , that there was realty a difference be \ wiU be the speaker -next Sunday. i tween the farmers and other workers.! I is always best for coughs is thai it peculiarly soothes the tender 'membranes while its rich, creamy food rebuilds the tissues to avert bronchitis and lung trouble. Scott's is medicinal-food. Scott & HoH-iit. 'iuionto, Ont. ' i;-.^ 1 GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEQt 411 8th 8t. 8outhr Lethbridfls Day and evening schooL Shorthand Typowritltig, Rookkecpinr and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1315 Residence Phone or Principal 1531. White for Full Information. SHOE REPAIRING (! He said the world must go through a , : period of government ownership be- j fore the time Mr. Smith spoke of ARTERY ITTLE IVER PIUS. TWO NIGHTS COMMENCING Fri. Feb. 8 Matinee Saturday at 2.30 should'come, but said first of all inei people must own the governments, j '. The standards of living are changing. I i It used to be fashionable to go out and ' ihaake a million dollars. Sir Win. Fla 1 velle made several millions in bavin \ and then speut thousands in apo-ogiz-I ing to the people of-Canada, SranU-I ards of religious and other elucationi 1 are also changing. Mr. Johnston said AT THE ORPHEUM High class vaudeville will be seen a"t \ j thfc Orpheum tonight. I AT THE EMPRESS Scene from "The Slacker": "It i? terrible that the contest had to come; but isn't it glorious to know that we have the will and the courage to grapple with the menace." "Xot all the fighting can be done by those who go The United Present a Producing Co., Ltd.. Superb Revival of America's Greatest Comedy-Drama \ t > mm | the people must not expect their edn- to war" Yes "Tne Slacker"' is truly i.cclion from the newspapers because a Sreat pla-v' and is a Pho^P^y feature which should be %seen by every man, woman and child in Lethbridge and its outlying districts, "The Slack* er" appeals to all that, is best in the j man. the woman and the child. Every parent should make a special effort j to have the children see this, the greatest patriotic masterpiece of all times, it will live in the memory of the children for all time. "The Slacker" opens tonight at the Empress; also a three-reel comedy. For Constipation Carter's Little Liver Pills will set you right over night. Purely Vegetable Small Pill, Small Dote, Smtll Price We have moved to 403 5th St. S.', formerly occupied by Strong & Dowler, aticJ will be pleased to meet anyone interested in tractors or plows. McCLENAGHAN & TAYLOR BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED YEARS TONIGHT AND TOMORROW ARTCRAFT PICTURES Present The Popular Stage Beauty Elsie Ferguson Carter's Iron Pills Wilt restore color to the faces oL. those who lack Iron in the blood, as most pale-faced people do.' We know our -way around the country ad well as you know the way from your office tt? your home. Try us. PHONE 1206 In Robert Hitchins' famous Nov�l I u WITH#MAY B. HURST And a Big New York Cast Elaborate Scenic Production NOT PICTURES PRICES: Niflhts . . . $1.50, $1.00. 75c. 50c Sat. Mat. ...... $1.00, 75c/50c Children.................. 25c Barbary Sheep" I Also A Bedroom Blunder'' Two-Reel Param ount-Sennett Comedy featuring Charfes Murray, Mary Thurman and Way-land Trask. Shows at 2, 3.45, 7 and 9 p.m. AT THE MAJESTIC When "Watch Your Step," Irving Berlin's international syncopated musical success, is presented at the 31a-j jestic theatre on Tuesday, February l-th for a limited engagement of one night only, the theatre-going public of this city will have an opportunity of seeing what is unquestionably one of the best organizations that has been brought to this city for several seasons past. While the clever comedy drama "Mrs. Wiggs of the CabBage Patch," primarily offers keen entertainment, i it provides a lesson that fits in well [ with the "times. There are no sex 1 { problems, no contest between labor and capital, but a sweet human story of Mrs. Wiggs and her curious and humorous methods ot overcoming adversity and spreading cheer through the bleak settlement known as the "Cabbage Patch." There will be a special matinee on Saturday. Old Reliables Guardian Assurance Co.( Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society. Sun Life "Nothing Better in Insurance" LEVITT District Representative Stafford Block Lethbridge The Veterans LIVERY CONDUCTED BY J. E. GOBELLE PHONE 1858 THREE DAYS STARTING TONIGHT, CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE FROM TWO TO ELEVEN O'CLOCK.-NO STOPS. The Most Talked of Photo- l i Play Ever Shown in Canada. EMILY STEVENS in THE SLACKER" A soul-stirring, heart-grip-' ing drama, entirely different to anything you ever saw before. H ALICE HOWELL liU-IER FIRST CENTURY 66 A play that appeals to ail that is best in the man, the woman and the child. Her Bare-ack Career" COMEDY A HOWLING SCREAM.-THREE REELS. AT STARLAND l Ai Siarland commencing tonight, ( Klsie Ferguson, the most beautiful art-" ; ist of the American drama, makes her , = motion picture debut in "Barbary j : Sheep" for Artcraft Pictures. One of ; the most prominent exponents of the : true dramatic art, Miss Ferguson i brings to the screen a rare personality and adds greatly to its potency as a � high-class amusement. Miss Ferguson's career on tne stage started at the bottom. Through characteristic j persistency and hard work she has be-j come one of tjje most popular actress-1 : es of the world. Her characterizations j ; in such well known theatrical hits as i  "Shirley Kays," "Sucl^a Little Queen." ; "Outcast," and "Margaret ScbiJJer", \ won her particular prominence amon:,' ' the hearts of American theatregoers. ! In 'Barbary Sheep,' adapted from  Jtobert Ifichens' most popular  book ! since "The Garden of Allah," Miss Ker- j j guson is given a vehicle that not only j is particularly adapted to her capabT-J \ ities. but one that offers her a niost'j : lavishly artistic background. Under : the direction of Maurice Tourneur, the j j weJJ known French producer, some of | : the most elaborate set3 ever staged �' : for a photoplay are presented in nov Crystal Dairy Limited 1576 - Phone - 1576 KUTH Cor. 1st Ave and 10th i Ml l BO NT Forget THE WAR VETERAN WHEN^qU HAVE A Tonight and Batence of Week, Prices 25c-50c I "Gloria's .Romance," Latest Current Event? and Mutt and Jeff Comedy and Others.' JaB^OOFXER Heflan noTify J. R. OLIVER BOARD OF TRADE OR J. F. RITCHIE SECY VETERANS' CLU3 SH013 UKPAUUNU--Phone 1717 Cor your shoe repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Miles. 511 4th Ave. South. iJ. w, tuLlbk, physician and Surgeon. Office Sheppard Block opposite Starland Theatre, rooms C to 4. Office hours: 11 *to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Office 730; Residence 420, _�th St. &. Phone Xidi. DR. J,"ErLOWfRltf^ Surgeon. X-Ray equipment. Office and residence, 812 3rd Ave. south. Hours 1M2, ;-o and 7-3. Telephone -J^LJL11!!. PlMll1 _ 296-0 uu\g- leech; m:jj7~o.Trn^hysT cian and Surgeon. Office, Sherlock Block. Lethbridge. Phone 389. Residence mi oth Avenue. Phone 1007. Office hours: .11 to 1*M5; 1.3n to 00; 7 to S; Sundays: J.30 to a.00. DOCTOR iMARTlGNY-At Cardston. Physician aiuf Surgoon. Accouchour. Office in the Wood\nd Woolf Block. Phone Hay and Night 135. Olllce alno in Cardston Pharmacy, phone day 3. [ 36-ti UNDERTAKING T. a. FETTJSRLY. LEADING FUN EH- al'director and licensed embaimer, motor or horse driven hearses. Parlors, opposite Court House. Office pboiK 561, residence phane 2.17b. Open day and nicht dental DR. MrXGlBSON-DBNTIST GRAD-uate of Royal College ot Dental Sur� geons Toronto and holder of a Dom-� inion Dental Certificate. OCfice: rooms 5-tf Bryan Block. Phone 1071. � cesaor to Drs. Courtice & Gilchrist). Graduate of University of Maryland. Rooms 8-0 Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lcthbr.ldge, Alt* DRS. MARKS AND MARRS iKts. Successors to Drs. 1 ) Mac KAY & MacKAY-F Directors and Practical Eznbalmers; office and residence. Motor and horse drawn cquipmeut. S03 3rd Ave. S. Phoue 1S02. Always open, uever closed. FARM PRODUCE FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALE HAY, POTATOES AND ALFALFA MEAL. Inspectors at Coaldale, Lethbridge, Raymond and Magratb. ^Tiether you want to buy or sejl we will mail ytu our Weekly Market Card on request. 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING ! Lethbrido? : : : Phona 777 i w. J i-[oyo, Mflr,, Res. Phone 365 .' M. R. Hazel), Acct., Res. Phone 1753 DEiN T-t and McCIure. Hours 0 to 5. Office; Hig-inboiham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. SIMMONDS-DENTIST, member of Royal Collego of Surgeons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal Collego oC Physicians (Lonflon) L.D.S.. 1900. Kours 9 12; 1-5. Office C-8 Hig-inbotham Block. Phone 1616. DR. T. V/. FOX-Dl^YlS^GRAiDu- ato North Western Dental University, Chicago. Office phono 735; residence phone *752. Offices; Uuio.i Bank Building. 15K-II CHIROPRACTOK3 fctAHTH & SAi 1TH-111 UUiM SMiTii and Juno B. Smith.-If you are 'sick and want to regain health, takv spinal- adjustments and get veil Office in residence, 003 7th Ave. S, opposite Model Bakery, hours &.30 to 5, 7 to 9. Phone 1677. OH . _^ J1_.___ -* -'---- 1 �,_�--------_ _ i DRESSMAKING DRE?SJMAKl.\G--324 11th St. S.~4r�-U DECORATi-.C. WELLINGTON BKUa.-THE DEC orators, PaperUangers and Painters Kalsoniining. General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters jn Lethbridge. Res. Phono 1472; office ph#ne l*i 52, Sherlock Bldg., Lethbridge, Alta. 1 MU3IC AifSs"AlLEEN~' M.' JONES-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; supervision of H. C C. Salmon. One hundred per cent, ot pupils entered for the examinations of tho Royal Academy and R^yal College of Music. London, En., last year were successful. Studio. 623 0th Street South. MRS. \V. II. JOHNSON-TEACHEiC of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 1226 5th Ave. A. South, W. EMERY, PAINTING. DECORAT- in#, Paper Hanging. Kalsomining, etc. Beat, materials only used for all work. Estimates willingly given. Phone 1*36j 9th Street S. DANCING _ WATER LOCATOR 11 WATER LOCATED--1 CAN".L0CATB | water for you. Charges reasonable T, L. Davies, Nobleford. 07-0 CHIMNEY SWEEP | FRANK, THE CHIMNEY SWEEP, I will guarantee to do-first class work. Phone 1145. City Police Office. 45-G MISS GLADYS ATTREE w'ilTTreconi-monce her dancing classes on Thursday next, at the Y. M. C. A. Ball room, classical and fancy dancing for children and adults. List of classes: Every Thursday-Ballet and Fancy Dancing at 4.30; Boys and girls of High School at 8 o'clock; adult ballroom dances at 9 o'clock. Every Friday-Dancing and Deportment" for girls and boys nt 4.30; classical dancing and technique for adults at. 8 o'clock'. Private lessons by appointment. Phone 1695. LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING HOUSE MOVING COAL, C. O. D. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros. 406 5th St. 8. Phons 438 EYES TESTED J M HENDERSON - SIGHTSPECIAUST Difficult Cases a Specialty Office at Wnqht'a Jewellery Store Hours 10 to 12 a.m. - 2 to 6 P,rn. CLEANING AND DYEING VALET- DRAYING j1 Of All Ki|ich WesternTransferCo, Limited trfrteo-C. P. R. Freight PHONES Offlc*........... 116J 8Ubf*� ____ ..... 1014 THK VALET-SPECIALISTS IN French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger of injury to garments. Only tho highest class .work ijrned out. No dyeing. Immediate atention is given to country orders. Z24 fith Street South. Phone 1812. LOO^S'AJp~C\eaining, "Prea3ing] Repairing and alteralions welt done at reasonable prices. We call for and deliver goods. 410 6th Street South. Phone 634. 261-30 WING, the Tailor. Cleaning, pressing and repairing. High class work at lowest prices. Eelivery free. 113 7th St. S. Phone 1019. 286-24 Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D., C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms. 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner &th Ave. and 2nd St East, Calgary-Office Phono M2848 # Residence Phone M2077 Interne end IIo;>.bo Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear. Noso and Throat Hospital, New York Cit/, 191MU14. Specialist to Calgary School Board 274 21 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER H. B. McELYEA. ASSOC. A.,1. E. B, Electrical Engineer and Contractor, makes a specialty of wiring country homes and installing lighting plants. Consultations on all kinds of alec* irical work. 1264 Uh Ave. S. Phone 2888. 216-0 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES mnd all kinds of TRICAL work. 1LIC WX. McKenzie & Co. PHONK �I7 7li 3rd Av�. S. ;