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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRllkiE DAILY" flEhA^Lb MONDAY, I'lilBIlUAUY 4, 1918 Revolution Will Overthrow the Capitalists, Says Forum Speaker "The Iiiduatrial Cliallcnge." was discussed ftt tUo Forum yesterday after-jiooii'bv T. K incnt. Ho went on lo state that the present social unrest among the workers induced as it is by unjust dividends beiuK made by the capitalistic corporations, was forcing the world to the new order, and exhorted those who believe that the now order is coming to prepare. People suspect that thtvsocialists are unable to handle the big affairs of social ownership entrusted to them. This is shown by sec-par lianicut. The socinli.sts must now show in a practical manner that they are prepared for the task. .Mr. Smith thought they might show this in some way by co-operative ownership of an Indnstr.v by a trades union. He said enough money had been spent by the miners of this district in the Iftll strike to aqquire and equip a, mine capable of turning out J200 tons of coal a day. Had they acquired such a mine and made a success of it as n labor union and on the socialistic basis the revolutionaries would have had a talking point. ^layor llardio nioved a vote of thanks to the speaker which was' heartily accorded. One Variety Socialism \V. Symonds said Mr. Smith had been preaching one of the 57 varieties of socialism. He said he was glad the miners of this district had nefer tried as yet to take over the means of production and predicted that iii a few years "white coal" would supplant the coal now used. The rea.son the revolution in Hussia U'ad created such chaos was that the Russians were not educated. "If the time should come here we A-ould be ready for it." H. W. Johnston of Aldersyde, a leader in the Non-Partlzan League made a whirlwind five jninute speech in which he took Issue with Mr. Smith that tliere was really a difference be tween the farmers and other workers. He spid the world must go through a period of government ownership before the time Mr. Smith spoke of shouw come, but said first of all the people must own the governments. The standards of living are changing. It used to be fashionable to go out and hiake a million dollars. Sir Wm. Fla velle made several millions in haom and then spent thousands in apo'ogiz-Ing to the people of'Canada. Standards of religious and other elucation are also changing. Jfr. Johnston said tha people must not expect their edn-iicction from the newspapers because "Frelt-MIVBS" Relieved tills Chroiiic Trouble 6S9 CASaRAlS Strkkt,' MOSTBRAL.,. "In my opiuion, no other roecliciife Is so curative Tor,Constipalioa and Intlieeslion as 'Fruil-a-tive.'!'. J I was ft sullcrer Trom those complaints for live years, and niy seilentary occupation, Mu.sicjbrouglit about a kind of InlestinalParalysis; with tiasiy Neaiiaclifs, belchingr gas, drowsiness after eating:, and pain ia the back. \ \ was induced to Irv- 'Fmit-u-tives' and now for six months I have bceti enlirelyweU". A. ROSENBURCr. 00c. abox, 6 for $2.o0, trial size 25c. At ail dealers or sent poslp'aid by Fniit-a-tivcs liimited, Ottawa.  Ines Alfeady Receiving OMers ior Storage Interest in the cotil situation lli i ;takoit mit in nnnntllles sliould be soivt Western Cnntina Is rtVioading and It,.; to tltts �LotbbvU^o JieUl. ., , ,., . ,___, ,,,.^\ �� Could .Use 600 M dicntlons arc that within a short time they were all party owned! Mayor Hardio said Mr. Smith had left human nature with Its ambitions and perversities out of the argument, and that appealed to htm as thb one big .obstacle to such a system as had been advanced. Without capable and intellectual leadership such a plan would never work. It might be people could be educated to see it that way and overcome the obstacle but it would have to be tried before it could be known whether it would succeed. W. A. R. Cocq was the last to discuss the question. He Wondered if there was so much In the word 'revolution', as the speaker would indicate. In Great Britain tor the past fifteen years there has been a labor party. As a result of this the effect is anything but of revolutionary tendency. Contrarily, the whole Inclination has been to" raise the standard of living amongst those classes that most need it. If there is any talk of a 'revolution' it comes from some soair-bo.v orator or agitatoV. Mr. Smith replied briefly. Music was supplied by Miss Kenny and -Mr. Coombs, both of whom sang solos very acceptably. S. S. Dunham will be the speaker next Sunday. some "announcements may be forth' coming frotn ^hc fuol controller which win be of-more than ordinary interest to the mine operators and minors t^f the- district. Dlscu.ssiiig the situation one local operator this' morn:nB tt)ld the IlovaUl that In hl.M opinion the fuol controller^ should announce as ,3oou as possible how much U. S. coal will bo available for ^Manitoba and Saskatchewan tills year, and'then let the .Vlbertn mine owners know how much they will ha*e to make up during tlio summer months to supply the additional demand. "It we knew this we would bo able to plan our work for the summer. AVe expect a good summer run in any event, as wo are getting storage orders already, but we should not have a slack day all yean 1 don't think we would'if'the fuel controller would let the coal deafers know just exactly whatjto expect. Coal Will Storo, "There is a pnejudlcc against Alberta coal In Manitoba, (ho dealers.declaring that it won't store. We know-some of the northern coal will not store, but the best proof that the domestic coal from "the Lethbridge 'district will store is that the prairie dealers are storing it, more and raorfc ev ery snmmei'. Given reasonably fair protection fronivthe weather lump coal from the mines in this district will go through the summer with very little waste. The docal mines should therefore be kept busy every day, and miners from the Drumhcllor and other fields where summer coal cannot be Could Use 600 More Men , .~ � "Wo. c^uld -use BOO indro .men throughout the summer imd get out n great deal more domestic coal for hext winters needs If a llttlo organizing were tlono by the fuel controller." : C. A. ^ Cotterell, superintendent' of the 0. 1'.' U. here Is Iijtorestlns himself In thp problem of greater sutuni'er storage of coat from this tllBtrlct, and if all aRoiiciea got tosetHor to this end there is no reasoirwhy Letlibridgc illstrlot tuines should not have I'OOO men at work throughout the summer, jiroducing 60(U) tons or more dully, and providing a payroll of nearly JIO.OOO a-day. PgpESSIONAl CARDS oUnsmiths GUNSMITHS �r. LOCKSMmiS-^UD tmrrbia sirdlj^l^tAhetl, giina restock-ed, gun'jWork vdoiie by n'i(iinBmUh, keys inauis, l6ckii 'Mpalredi bloyciei, typowrit^rn, phohbsraphs, any llgbt machinery repnirod, lawn mowers sharpeuea, D. B. MncdotiaU., Indian Motorcycle Agent, PhOD� 1033. 4tU Ave. 8. ' ' . ' MCOICAL DR. W. S. OALDltAITHi M Third Avo. South. A Otflco, liotise, 1 to 3 p. ni.; 7 to 8 p.ni, Tolophofae 1860, PIANO TUNINa WITH.MAY B. HUR8T And a BIfl New York Cast ''' Elaborate Scenic Production NOT PICTURES PRICES: NiBhtsv... il.5b, $1.00, 75c, 50c �at. Mat $1.00, 75c,"bOc Children .............-.____ 25f COUGHS WASTE Careful physicians always point out that every cough wears human strength and tears down the body's resistive powers. The reason Jenulsion^ is always best ior coughs is thai it peculiarly soothes the tender 'membranes while its rich, ^creamy food rebuilds the tissues tp- avert broi>chitis and lung trouble. Scott's is medicinal-food. 8coU& Bowiit.'lOTODto. Ont.' " 17-3ij a. H. CRIPPS. EXPERT TUNER- Playor-Piiiuo - and Organ "Repairer: �0 years' factory �ixporleocfl. 'ilon-ours Gertlllcale M.T. Assu, London, England., RcteruuccB to Ike leading musicians of -Ibo nity. J'bona 1168 , 1253 6th 4ve. A. Soutb. PRIVATE HOSPITAUt PlllVATE'^UOSVl'rAL=^MRSr~VAN Haarlem's 'PriTste Jioapital 'and Maternity. Hoihe.. 1224 7th Avonue South. Phpno 746. 'nIF~CAvFCt^ ilbM^ffAL, - kor maternity cases and all slcknesa excepting contagious diseases. Mrs. S. Helwlg, 316 14th .St. S. Phono 739. DRS. CONNOR, BIoNAt.l,Y ft JAMIE-son-Office,, 109 Sfi'orloclt Block. Telephones: Off loo- .119; Resldclica W9. Office hoars: .11 to 15 a.m.: 1,30 to 3.30; 7'to-8 ii.m, l5ir~'fAYiCoR-Ejttr,� Bye, Noae and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours 10-12; 2-S; ovonltiga by appointment Phones': OUloe 341; R�*-Idence 593.  i �R. P, W, TULLl^R, FJairsiciAN and Burgeon. Office SUoppard Blqck c:ipo8lto Starland Theatre, rooms 6 to 4. Otrice hours: n.'to IS a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7'to ,8.30 p.m. 0 Phones: Office 780::.RasideBC�^�20, �th St. 8.. Phone 149�, � ' ^ DR. .i: B. LOVERlNi^ l^hyslcoJn and Surgeon. X-Ray eijuipmertt Odice and residence, 812 3riJ Ave, south. Hours 11-12, and 7-!). Telephont* day and night 1242: . ' 296-0 EDUCATIONAL Oa. G. W. LEECH, M.D., CM.'. Physl-clan and Surgeon. lOftlce, Sherlock niock, Lethbrldge. phone 389. Residence 1111 6th Avenue. Phone 1007. Office hours: U to 1".15; 1.30 to -.�iOO; 7 to 8; Sundays: 1.30 to 3.00. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW ARTCRAFT PICTURES Present^ The Popular Stage Beauty Elsie Ferguson In Robert Hitchins' Famous Novel . "Barbary iSheep" Also "A Bedroom Blunder" Two-Reel Paramount-Sennett Comedy featuring Charle* Murray, Mary .Thurman and Way- ----- " - land -Traak. Shows at 2, 3.45, 7 and 9 p.m. I EMPRESS 2| THREE DAYS STARTING TONIGHT, CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE FROM TWO TO ELEVEN O'CLOCK.-NO STOPS. '�- The Most Talked of Photo- Play Ever Shown in Canada. ' AT THE ORPHEUM High class vaudeville will be seen a't the Orpheuin tonight. AT THE EMPRESS Scene from "The' Slacker": "It is terrible that the contest had to come: but isn't it glorlBus to know" that we have the will and the courage to grapple with the menace." "Not all the fighting can be done by those who go to war." Yes "The Slacker" is truly a great play, and is a photoplay feature which should be ^een by every man, woman and child In Lethbrldge and Us outlying districts. "The Sla'ck-er" appeals to all tha^ Is best In, the man, the woman and the child. Every parent should make a special effort to have the children see this, the greatest patriotic masterpiece of all times, it win live In the memory of the children I'or all time. "The Slacker" opens tonight at the Empress; also a three-reel comedy. AT THE AlAJtLSTIC When "Watch Your Step," Irving i Berlin's International syncopated mu-' sical success. Is presented at the Majestic theatre on Tuesday, February I'ith 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 CabUage Patch," primarily offers keen entei^alnment, It provides a lesson that fits.in well Avith the ^tlmes. Tliere are no sex problems, no contest between labor and capital, bu( a sweet human' story of Mrs, Wlggs and her curious and humorous methods of overcoming adversity and spreading cheer through the bleak settlemftit. known as .the "Cabbage Patch." There will ibe a special matinee on Saturday. For G>n8tipatioii Carter's Little Liver Pills will set you right over night. Purely Vegetable S�wU PHI. Snail Qoee. Small Priea QARBUrT BUSINESS COLLEOC' 411 8th 8t. South, Lethbrldge Cay tnd evening achnaL Sbortbuntt, Typowrittug, BookKeeplng. and all Commercial Subjecu. Office Phone' 1319 Residence Phone or Principal 1531. " White for Full Information. DOCTOR MARTIONY--At Cardstori. Phynlclan an*'Surgeon. Accoucheur. Office In the WoodThnd Woolf Block. Phone Day and Nlghtl35. OlUce also SHOE REPAIRINO SHOE UEPAIUINO-Phone 1717 for your shoe-repairs. Work done arompt'ly. Orders called for and de-Ifvered.. l-Vank Miles.' Bll 4th Ave. South. Carter's Ii^n Pills will reatoSre color to the (aces ofv those who lack Iron in the bloodj as moat pale-laced people do.' We have moved to 403 5th St. S.', formerly occupied by Strong & Dowler, a*id will be pleased to meet anyone Intereated in tractors or plows. y McCLENAGHAN & TAYLOR ^^^^^^^^^^^^ BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS ..We know our.way around the �country a4 well as you know the way from your office tB your homo. Try us. PHONE 1206 UNDERTAKING TXl^EWBRJUYTLeiADING KUNWR al' director and licensed - embauuer, motor or horse (Irivon bearsoa. Parlors, oppoalto ^ourt House. Office phoni 661, residence phane 1.17b. Open day and night MacKAY & MacKAY-KUNEKAL Directors and Practical Embalmers; office and residence. Motor and^ horse drawn otiulpmeut. 803 3rd Ave, S. Phone 1802. Alwaya open, never Closed. \' ! , � FARM PRODUCE 3 Old Reliables Guardian Assurance Co., Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society. Sun Life "Nothing Better in' Insurance" W. A. LEVITT District Representative'/' Stafford Bloclt mioa Dent^il Certificate. Office: roorae. 5-6 Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. AI.,L13N-DENTIST. (SUC cesser to Dra. Courtico & Gilchrist). Graduate of University of Maryland. Rooico 8-0 Macdonald Block. Phone 1165. Lothbr.Mge, Alta.__ DRS. M..VRRS AND alARRS-DENT-ista. Successors to Drs. Stewart and McClure. Hours 9 to 5. OfHce: Hlg-lub6lh,im Block. Phone 374. DR. a G. SIMMONDS-DENTIST, member of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (Lonlon) L.D.S.. 1900. Kours 9-13; 1-5. Office C-8 Hlg-Inbotham Stock. Phone 1616. DU. T. W. FOX-DENTIST, GRADU-ate North Western Dental University, Chicago. Office phono 7S&: residence phono '752. Offices: TJnio.i Bank Building. 15ii-0 CHIROPRmCTOKS DRESSMAKING iSMlTH k. SMITH-a^UUM.SMlTii and Juno B. Smiih.-rif you are sick end want to regain health, take cpi�al-adjustments and get well Office in residence. 003 Tth Av.a. S., opposite Model Bakery, hoiira ii,30 to 5, 7 to 9. Phone 1677. MUSIC DUESSMAKI.NlG-324 11th" St. S. 45-0 OECORATI-^a A play that appeals to all that is. best' in the man,.the w^man and the child, . , f^f|i.L"Her Bare-� �1"r?"" .' Back^ Career** A HOWLING SCREAM.-THREE REELS, . AT STARLAND . At starland cpmmenclng to)ijghtil Elsie Ferguson; the most beaullful'a'rt-''' Ist of the American dr4n�a, makes, her motion picture debut / in ,'"Barbary i Sheep" for Artcraft Pictures." Onp ot I'the most prominent exponents of the true dramatic art,, M|s8-'.Ferguson brings to the-scceen a rare peribnallty and adds greatly to lis potency as u high-class amusecpent." Miss Fergu-s'on's career on the stage ^started ;it the bottqm. Through- characlt^ristlc persistency and hard work she hais become one of t)ie mo8t;popular actresses of the world. Her obarftcteriiatfoi^s in such well kftown theatrical hits as "Shirley Xaya." "Sucia Little Queen." "Outcast," and "Margaret Schiller", won her pa^rticular pr(>jninence amons the hearts of Americaij,.theatregoers. In 'Barbary Sheep," .adapted; from lilobert Itlchens' roostvpdpiiljU', -.honk since "The Garden of Allah;'' Miss Ferguson Is given a vehlplafhal hpf 7)t(iy Is particularly adapted'.forhercapabi.'-. ities, but one that offers l\or;'a�.�i6'9t" lavishly artistic backgrpuhd, .Under the direction of Maurice 'J'99rn,ur>'the well known French producenlio'iiie',,ol-the most elaborate sets- ieVer ."staged for a photoplay areptosiaittecl^ih/npi.'i^.e! display. The romantic story of Ajgu'r-I la, which tells of the infatuation of an 1 Kngllsh noblewonion, for a darfcaJ^ln-I'ned army officer, as':tol/l on the screen, ilt is readily felt, will aobloye greater , popularity than even ithe book experienced./ � '" iif^tand iaiance of Weak. - Prlcaa SSe-60� I'ractor Repairs ^e spcclaUzo in rbboriiig gas trtictor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. � VVe have in stock at present oversize pistons tor all popular makes of gas tractors." : Ford Engines Rebored NIV^N 216 1st Ave. ^ BROS. Phone 1732 WELLINGTON BKOB.-THE DEC orators. Papcrhangers and Painters Kalsoniinlng. General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates giveq^ The oldest established painters In Lethbrldge. Res. P^ono 1472; office phvne 1' SAM-Cleaning, Prasslhg, Ra-' pairing and alteralifiiil well-dona at roBBonabla prlcea. ;We call for and deliver goods. 410 Ctb Street South.-Phone 634. V' 1261-30 LEE WING, the Tailor, qiaaning. pressing anil repairing.'High claaa work, at lowest prlcea. Callyerjr fraa.-113 7tb St. a Phona 1019,/^ East, Calgary. Office Fbonq M2848 , . Residence ,Phone. M2077.' " Intorne and Ilo.tso Burgeon, Manliatbn Eye. Bar, Noho and Throot HoBpUul, Nqw York Citf, : 19U-1U14. ELECTRICAL ENGINEER H, B. MoELYBA,^ASSOp. A.,1. B. Electrical Engineer and Contractor,' makes n specialty otrwiring coudtrr: homes and 'installing ligbUuKplanta. Conkultatlons on all kipda ,oI aloe trical work, 12il4 4tli-Ave. 8, Pbdna:. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND ALL KINDS ,OF Kl TRICAL WORK; 16 ;