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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, FEBFibAnYtO, 1918 THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY ilERALD PAGE FIVE on Robertson'sRetircttient LoiKloii, Keir, Ifl-pioinlor Lloyd which iii'OBft was a� to ils coii�litutlon. Oeorjfc) aiiiiouncart that Ooneral sir ""' ' " -------- '^^^ American representative at the oniv (iifffirnnfn Versailles conference declared 'with oni5 imierenco ,,.,.^^,3^,1,,^ p^.^^.^^ - io�ic''-tor the plan for expansion of - the supreme council's power,. the^romler smu. if he .shbuld read the document submitted by tho Americans,, said Mr. Lloyd Oeoree, there would be nd need to make a speech. Would Quit-Offiee . It the house of commbuB repudiated the policy for >vhir,h be was responsible, in which ho believed the �afety of the country dbpended,�'Mr. Lloyd George declareJ. he would ntou in 1902, and has three children from the -union. He nliegesjhnt.his wife left him In 1915; that she baa misconducted herself, and that she now lives near VcBreviite. GOVT. PROPOSAL London, Feb. 19.-The Amalgamated Society of Engineers, ac-carding to a statement Issued today by the secretary of the society, hn rejected the government's man power proposals by 93,547 votes.^The figures were: For the government /proposal, 24,470; J against, 121,017. AT.THji LETHBIUDGE SALE AND FEED^B^N THURSDAY, FEB. 2,Ui AT ONE PM. SHABP 26^ Head of Mares and Geldings From'.^} to*7 years old; from l.OOb to 1,500 lbs; In weight.: J 20 Head of COWS ;i:lo � years old,''are Buppoaed to ho in calf. TERMS CAtH . J. A. SMITH. AUCTIONEER, PHONe 1SS2. FA I ELECT OFFICERS PROOUCTION PLANS .X------- Ottawa, Feb. Details - of ' )hc campaign for increased food produc-tlpn W41I be. considered today at a "puference � bofwooji the fond board, aiul thix reput.v r.i;iii!.iors of agriculture in the differcirc j;'"'Vnicos. � ijuesticrtis to be conHkicrPd aro ihose of Kced, �mplomfiiu.'i and particularly tho necessarj- Inhor 10 jmt in and hari vent the crop. The [iiipr'-.'chlng registration.of man powe." and woman power is rolled on to produce the. re.^alts desired. SAVING BY.. MM, HOW? - , >v Mail ;�7ehequ� for the amount yniii wish to, save tp tlye .Treasurj^ of ^e Pr^ylncp ot Albert*. Vow nietf not add 'Kchan|t.- '  " " ' You will receive upon your Saviags S% per annum, cump�uuded hatf-yearly' You may withdraw yotar funda at |my tjme..... ''VouiMtill not lot* one day'a inter�il-rnQ matter wben'you remit or/withdraw. : r Wheniyou wlsh/to^w Si forUte dealred amount, No notice ip require^, . SavinjiB CertiticBtoB y^r�^urn mall you will j-ooelve tavlnfa C'ertlfieatei,-' whloh. �.backed byAthe full AsBSts' of the Province of Albe,r:tB, BfIo�;d you >�b�t>Juto B^curlty. � ^ J ' ;, For further particulars, write or apply to, . ' ' � . I �-W, V.s,NBW80N,, . i � ' ' Oeputy ProytovJal TreMurer.' At th regular meeting ot the W;il8on local ot the U.F.A. organlcatlon held at the home of Mr. N. H. Muriiiy.'.ou Tuesday, 12th February, 1918, the. reports were received from the' delegates who had attended the;; conreu? tlon at Calgary. Mr, Murray.von'ei^ot tho delegates, gave a lengthy report at the convention and was very enth'tts? iaatlo for support for the comlnx.year. He dilated on the advantages rjesult-Ing from the co-operation of takers as exemplified by the U.F.A., and. the advleabllity of amalgamating with the other locals In this neighborhood for & central organtiation to be .eBtabllshed In Lethbrldge was discusBed.' This matt^er was leh in abeyance until the other locals had 'been consulted lu this regard.. ' j . Matters relating to Hedj (Jroes end other patriotic matters came In, tor dlscuBslon^;purpose of aooon^-pushing things along this line In the near future. The followinK otfleerStfWero elected for the ensuing'-y.ear: President. J:' McTavlsb; vice-president, W. A^^^It-fin; secretary-treasurer, E. Osland;.directors, W. Porter, G. Murray, Marshall, Auditor, H. Mun-ay. Hr Tlib, meeting closed with a vote iot� thanks to Mr. MuA-ay invwhojie home the meetings tor the pasc\ year .had., been held: also unanimous opiniOD;:lo send larger delegation to convention nest .vear. - ' ; * RURAL MUNICIPALITY LIKELY AT WINNIFRED "(Bow Island Review) Meeting ot the Rural Municipality Of Bq,w island was held on Monday last. Present-Deputy reeve Gragg, Councillors Hyland, Chlsholm, Jlac-Oregor and Pool. In the absence of Uie reeve, Deputy Keeve GragB presided. A letter was received from U. K. Bergen of Winnlfred asking for cer-! tain information, relative to the formation of a Municipality, as steps were being taken at AVinnifred to fown one. iThe Council iiv:.r?ti�NT. *m lie Freedbi^e WbrM ^ / .r. ---------^ . ^ fAilvlieWlf^KuiPlliiij , ALL IMPLEMENTS WORK AT THEIR BBBT- WITH A MOLINE UNIVERBAL -TRACT-QR BECAUBI'THB PARMER ' BIT* ON THC-MACMJ.NB OP. ' ' > BY CAPT. EOWARf "^^OW THEONE .TREMENDOUS, VITAL, A>WE-IN8PIRII<|Q.<1^A~ RENDINB REALISM THE ATTROCIOUS BRUTAUt.Y.- it OERMAN ,N INVADWI^f. .1. POBITiyELVi,THE MOST ASTOUNDING PRODUCTIO||i,