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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta r M I BAltV Itft7 srvice Slogan of the New x Says Forum Speaker f Canadas national which be fore the war was has flow Increased to over a billion dol half of which has been spent In the past the end of war We may spend as much 11 cost per capita per anixnni before the war forCanadasdebt NotfrItIs costing Before wnr la over this will probably be llow are Canadians going to cayry the load That was the question asked Sunday afternoon by Dunham In before the Some economic changes resulting from the war that will tend towards industrial Dunhams was that readjustments would have to made whereby the work producer of en Joy a greater share of the wealth he thereby enabling him to his share of the burden of the More more econ omy and greater efficiency would bring this Industrial Changes In dealing with his subject the speaker mentioned some of the indus trial changes already brought about by the The government control of fixing of prices on wheat and other government op eration of munitions had nil been forced because the competi tive plan resting on individual effort broken down and could not meet the needs of the Governments would be the change in the people There will bo a higher conception of The millions of over there are Show tug The new conception will be greatest to the greatest the grasping for gold without thought of the of ones will be the slogan of the new the Grafters In the discussion Pavo King said it would be impossible lo meet Canadas war debts and pension load so long ns grafters itnd middlemen control the for the purpose of piling up fortunes ns His opin ion was that lauds and everything else should be nation alized and an honest body of men se cured to govern the In the past there hafe been too many men looking for something for who did an honest days real labor in their These middle men should be made to work or Kilmer said he didnt word revolution because when peo ple heard it they always thought of what happened during the French re He believed in gradual evo lution and looked to the time when Thirty Thousand Mark Sure to Be Reached For Years Donations At looked for time as though the Red Cross drive was going to come nowhere near the mark Chairman Parktsr cam paign this morning tabued the statement that the total collec tions were now over th6 mark and further returns coming Iri slowly but The cattviiss been slower than had been expected but the people are giving generously and living up to the reputation Lethbrltlgc has always had of reaching or exceed ing the mnrk set for alt funds for war Parker states that no returns have been received as yet from the mines and If they donate as generously as they have In the to the Patriotic fund the total Will be swelled well over and the should be reached dur railways and other sources of hig the If you havent subscrlb wealth would be nationalized and a ed see Smith at system of government annuities pro less experience along these lines Yeniain permanent speaker believed that in many we would never go back to prewar The plan will be to bring the whole resources of the country to bear on the countrys great needs in order to produce the weMth to pnf the war and give tho people as good a living as Thisshould be the case in Canada at any rate where we have a population of in a country with resourc es and plant for Dunham voiced his opinion that the income tax had come to stay and believed it was Change in the People lie also said that one the great est cbanges the war would bring A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN Miss Kelly Tells How Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Restored Her vided so that a man would have a comfortable his declin ing Edwin Smith said revolution did not necessarily mean When feudalism supercedetl chattel wbJcu was one of the worlds greatest there was no May Get Bland Mayor Hardle announced that an effort was being made to have Salem Bland address the Forum next and on the following Sunday If Harry the great Scotch comedian could be brought from Great Falls on an effort would be to have him address a public meeting on Sunday music yesterday under the di Ritchies ftavetoek who years labor aiirt la now general presi dent of the National Seamens In speaking at a mass mrfollrig Held last In connection with the Merchant Seamens said thAt a lot had booh hoard about tho seri ous trouble likely to arise in the labor but fhftf such talk Is written down as The meeting passed a resolution to boycott for two after the war all goods of German TO DEVELOP PEAT of Ontario peat deposits will bo urged upon tho fr ft J SAW TUSCANlA Kebi special fp the Telegram stvys Sir John Gibson and other pro nilnent Canadians Witnessed ihe sinking of the 4 4 EXCLUSIVE tUt PABHICS At tHE MAKH YOUR SUMMER DRESS MINERS Inhale Impure Air which weakens causes throat troubles and leads to miners All miners should take SCOTTS EMULSION daring fall and winter to enrich their blood and strengthen the throat and SCOTTS contains pure cod liver oil without alcohol or harm ful builds strength and acts as bracing AtoMc rection of Leo Coombs consisted of a piano solo by Lillian and a solo by which were greatly about three years 1 from nervous break down and got so weak I could hardly and had head aches every I tried everything I could think of and was under a1 phy sicians care for two A girl friend had used Lydia Pinkhams Vege table Compound and she about From the first day I took it I began to feel better and now I am well and able to do most any kind of I have been recom mending the Com pound ever since and give you my per mission to publish this FLO 14th The reuoa thU famous root and herb Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable was so successful in Miss Kellys case WM because it went to root of her restored her to normal healthy condition and as a result nerransnera disappeared Say Jictter Machines Will Still Be Beyond the1 Duty Removal Local tractor dealers are not alto gether with the removal of the duty on farm tractors for the rea son that the order affects only a tion of the tractors which are now coming into Southern Alberta from United States Only those selling at orunder at ihe fac tories are This has been definitely learned by Buchan xvlio at the request of local dealers wired Ottawa for the informa A in reply stated Trac tor duty based on factory selling j place of I The result is that a number of trac j tors which are now being sold here Carl who is fighting extra not ief dition at on a and will remain at present sell charge of issuing worthies cheques Ilns and escaping from custody in One Objection has written the following acj A number of the tractor dealers cording to the Sweet Grass Advocate complain also while thein Tho following was received from i particular machines sold last year at under date of j or less the great J91S Notic to the Sweet Grass i demand for war munitions since the advacate or leading newssappr of j States has gone into the war has caus Sweet I herby on this ed an increase in price at the factory 4th day of 1918 forbid my name putting them outside the benefit pt to be published in eny way shape or j the dutyremoval The smaller form and if it is you are libel for machines from 1020 down nianufac L CATIEl A LETTER WRITER damage and to pay for same law without my am the so called check Yours Carltou Cut Mon V MAX AITKEN IS NOW CHANCELLOR OF DUCY Baron Cawley has resigned the chan cellorship of the Duchy of Lan The official announce ment was made last Bar on Beaverbrook has been ap pointed to succeed him and will take charge of the propa ganda of which Sir Edward Carson was the recently AUCTION SALE OF HORSES On 14 AT ONE OCLOCK SHARP AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN tured by the will get the benej fit but the larger machines will j and Taylor state that they have one small machine which will be much cheaper now but their better machines will remain high in who is handling the little Cleveland caterpillar tractor states that his machine comes within the Other dealers ure only half satisfied because a portion of I their machines will be i Another thing which the tractor dealers are worrying is what is to be done with the tractors they have brought and on which they have paid the duty but which they have not There are a lot of these for the dealers have been trying their best to prepare for the unprecedentedtlemand this They have paid out thou sands of dollars in The ques tion they now is Will the gov ernment make the order retroactive I on the tractors brought in and not sold before the order There is no word from Ottawa about this If the order is retroactive the heavily stocked dealer will be selling j at a loss if he is to meeuthe competii tion of the dealer who no stock as yet but is awaiting early ship it is also pointed out the dealer with the tractors on hand is likely to get the old price for some time as the railway conges tion across the line will make It al most impossible to get free tractors here in time for the upring The wires are hot today between the dealern and their factories and in couple of days they will know bet ter where they OF MARES AND FROM 2 TO 9 YEARS 1200 TO 1600 ALSO SOME SINGLE TERMS Auctioneer LEGLEI and DEARDORFF AUCTIONEERS Will together in the Lethbrldge dlitrict wire or Box NO PROGRESSIN IHE Will Stay Out Till Gun fs y Stands Pat Conferences are being held in attempts to straighten out the tangle at but no progress has been The men declare they will remain out until the machine gun IK removed and until Moody of the Hosedalo mine will rent with Moody reiter ates his charge that the committee is composed mainly of alien enemies and that ho will therefore nothing do with Coal Commissioner Armstrong is Btan41ng CANADIANS A NewsTulegram sjys re says in for expected fff to tlic General Cur1 fpvnj aud I BOULTONS AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX We know our around the coubtty ns well as you know the way from your office to your Try PHONE 1206 STORE For Rent 512 THIRD LETHBRIDGE Rent RIGHT IN THE HEART OF THE BEST BUSINESS APPLY TO SOUTHARD 2211 Seventh PULLEYS AUTO LIVERY Phone154O MITCHELL LIVERY DAY OR NIGHT Wesley Flyim Phone 1750 OTTS AUTO LIVERY Day Phons Night Phone 787 AUCTIONEERS We wish to announce that Peter LeValley and Nichol son have consolidated their In terests as auctioneers and will conduct sales anywhere In the The beit jot workman satisfaction guaranteed or no For sale phone 1053 or 205 Yours for LeVALLEY AND NlCHOLSpN United Transfer Service Reliable and efficient cars and drivers with a thorough knowledge of the cars in the Moderate Courteous Opeii day and Office next Al exandra Phone WE WANT FURS Muskrats Coyotes Open to pay faricy LETHBRIOGE PELT A FUR Rear Telegraph Offices References Standard Bank Office Phone 799 Residence Phone The Veterans AUTO LIVERY CONDUCTED BY GOBELLE PHONE PlOf ESSIONAL CAIDS OUNlMlTHft GUNSMITHS A StrtlfhteMedr restock gtin work by looks anf tnacWher lawn IndUft Motorcycle Phone 41S 4th PUNO TUNING 6 PlayerPiano afad Repairer year factory Hott ours fcer Rofefoaoes to the leading itftwlclfttoB of the 1hone 1168 1268 th f RIVATt HOSPITALS PRIVATE VAN Haarleme Private Hospital mod Maternity 1224 Avoniu Phone TI1J2 pAVELL HOSPITAL FOR maternity caieii and all sickness excepting codtagious 916 14th Plione Spankie NOSE AND THROAT Office iy122 Now Corner Sth and 2nd Office Phone AJ2S4S Residence Phone M2C77 interne and Manhattan Nose anti Throat New York Specialist to Calgary School Board Tractor Repairs in reborlng gas tractor and fitting oyersizi pistons We have in stock at1 present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 1st Phone 1732 3 Old Reliables Guardian Assurance Norwich Union Fire Insurance Sun Life Nothing Better In Insurance LEVITT District Stafford Block Lethbridge ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619 Box 805 REID AND Chartered SPECIALTIES Wholesale and Retail Accounting Acadla Third Lethbrldga FARMLANDS Ofthe Hudsons Day end sad Edmonton CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES The Macbeth Agency DRAYING Of AH Kimb Limited Frtlflht PHQN69 Office 1014 aARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEQK 411 ith and cvenitit schooi and all Commercial Office 1316 Residence Phone or Principal White for Full SHOE SHOE 171 for your shoe Work called for and de Krank 511 4th WELDING OXYAGETYLENB WELDING 1st Avenue and UNDERTAKING LEADING PUNBIl ol director andlicensed motor or horse driven Par opposite Court Office pnom residence phaiia Open day and MacKAY Directors and Practical Embslmers office and Motor and horae drawn 803 3rd Phone Always never FARM PRODUCE FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALE POTATOES AND ALFALFA Inspectors at llaymond and you want to buy or voll we will mail ycu our Mar ket Card on request 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING Lethbridor Phone 777 J Phono 365 Phone 1753 DRESSMAKING llth 450 DECORATING WELLINGTON DEC Paperhangers and Painters General Decorating and Sign Estimates The oldest established patnteis in i Phone 1472 office phone V Sherlock Loth I Paper Best materials only used for nil Estimates willingly 936 9th Street Phone WATER LOCATOR CAN water for Charges reasonable 374 DRAYING THE STAR TRANSFER WILLIAMS CIS Olh Street Phone 1672 LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING HOUSE MOVING CITY CARTAGE Van Horn 406 Sth Phone 438 DONT THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HfWEA JOB TO OFKER PI Ea OLIVER BQARO OF OR RITCHIE CUUi I 14 Third AT6ntt6 office Sundays AM by teleplicfflS lUBa Mk it 109 Sherlook Sid Office hours 11 to J2 186 to 7 t6 8 W Throat 115 Sheffoctt 5 by afr Ofiice idenco and Office Shottpard Block Starlafid I to cftflde houfl 41 W IB to and 7 to Phones Office Sth Phone rhyslcais anff XRay OMlct and 812 3rd li atid Telephone day night 2960 own and Sherlock Phone Resi dence Jill 6th Phone hours 11 to to L 7 to 8 Sundays to DOCTOR and Office in the Wood and Woolt Phone Day ami Night Olllce also In Cardston Phono day PENTAU QRAf uate of Royal College of Dental Sur geons Toronto and holder of a Dom inion Dental Office roomn 56 Bryan Phone U cesaor to Courtice of University of Ropmo 89 Macdohald MARIIS ANI Successors to Hours 9 to Office Hig inbotham Phone Oi member of Royal College of Sur Licentiate Royal Col lege Physicians London Hours 912 OMice CS Inbothsm Phone OHAUU flte Noith Western Dental Office phone 785 res idence phone Of fleas Union Bank 16S0 CHIROPRACTORS SMITH SMITH and June you are Blck and want to regain taka ipinal adjustments get welt Office in 903 7th opposite Model to 7 to Phono MUSIC MISS MLKEN Playing and Theory supervision dt One hundred per of pupils entered for the ex aminations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Lon last year were successful 623 9th Street of Harmony and Over ten years teaching Studio fully equipped with black scale i mod ulating Studio 1226 Cth DANCINQ MISS GLADYS ATTRE15 will reconv menco her dancing classes on Thurs day at the Ball classical and fancy dancing for children and List of classes Every and Fancy Dancing at Boys and girls of High School at S oclock adult ballroom dances at 0 Every and Deportment for girls and boys at classical tech nUliio for adults at 8 lessons by Phone EYES TESTED J M HENnCRSON SIGH i SPECIALIST Difficult t Specialty CLEANING AND DYEING THJ5 IN French pry Our process eliminates dangerof Injury to gar Only the highest clasa work turned No IrnmWlata atentlon Is given to country S24 Oth fltreet Phone LOO fie and alterations welljlone at reasonable We call for deliver 410 Sth Street the pressing and High clan work at lowest Delivery 113 7th Phone 28624 ELECTRICAL ENGINE Electrical Engineer ana makes a Specialty of wiring country homes ana installing JlgJttlnc Consultations on all kinds ol elec trical 1204 4ttt phono I McKcuzie PHONI M7 71f II ;