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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LKTilimiPOiE DAILY HERALD FF.niU-AnY 20, Local Committee Organizes S. Dunham is Local Chairman No Charge of Hootleggtng Connection With of Booze I Further plaus Tor carrying 01 thrift stamp locally sei in motion last "tvv 110011 ut a of a loc.U commit- appi in in tee at the of sraili? Mhio'.i was presided over S. S. IHuih.MU. i-fcalrman ot ami attended by WtK'We. Sergl. GIttus. .V II. llaalim, 1.. Hrown. A. Dunbar. Mr. S. Saisent. K. J OoMTier. Lowv, i Freewaa. AV. 0. K. H. llobsiHi.l Mr. Jas, the a Taber daw lino oiij ora L-.I Fired." it is ibm an wrouf: irn- Kvn coiivejeJ li> ihfc Ki' Won u-. 1; sn to Messrs. Mcilyi-if anO Gamier, meaiionej m '-H" re- insmuvh r.J were not nv- of fiur WM 'je-twvvu tV charge apaiasi aaJ f-indiuK ot n: whiskey tV 0. I'. K. 31 Taber. might be frt secretary ._- A committee of six. coiupOicU ot A. J from (he- aritvlo in tiucsiiou. G. Baalim, chairman, ind TLIO men wore for l.owt1. Downer. Brown. NV.son ani El- ton to arranpo for a jreMera! meeting 5ome eviMiius; in the Council to n-.ap nut a definite campaign. The v-jui- amUee meets this afternoon at o'clock. Manager J, of "he Metropolitan Li'V. with his are busily engaged iu ihc! f tiling cf Thrift Stamps, nn-3 It w thi- uim ul ibis to sell worth -jf stamps dnrfcs through out Cunafla. The .Me.ropoiita.il iU ;ry; ta of and in- in loivn. as foMegfj. aaid Tjie compEJiy advanceJ a large rre-lit 'or the puri-'hitit1 of stamps, and nti-h vroricer will carry stamps in a ylacc other than a pri- d'lVelUos hoy so. On :nis charge the u-.as.Imum fine under the act is SUO. Tho finfs in this -weiv JTo. Htrald U giad u (hat a shown the product ion iu tho is virtuaily at it stand- The S'N'irtlist Vorwapris and iho ourseolse dei'lure lhai sirike i; moveiiu-nt in- seated by ikiid Indepeu- Mit-ttK-LaHst The apanacaas iiniiuuuced their in-J temicnV'f carry ins the from ih invo central I'onnany for 'final struggle 'between labor u! vapital." Kjjdcty can cbiain inioruifltiou re1 such from Cnairman S. at No dellnUe Dunham, chairman of the local com-; xs lo pay was the and Organizer call pijjmiif drawing enough money each nnfl explain tbo matter fully and a'jOUt Mm. There Buy Thrift Stamps .Jas, Uroadfoot. a Manitoba rlied at Gladstone, on Lhi tliav he toot uj> hi The Major Jack Ross Chapter, DANCE IN THE K. ef P. HALL THOU Evening February 2O from 8.30 lilf 2 a.m. A four in Attendance kavc for North at 1.30 a-rn. White Lire car it 2 a.m. may be from any member of the Chapttr, or talk ai various iiuies ai to the contract, but it was always hazy. When final settlement should have betn made Mr. Law offered a chsijue for in full of the claim. The ptitatfff sued for days of M hours at 75 cents an hour. The judgment a comprouilse. Walker receiving J500 in addition to the amount he had drawu through tho summer, and in ad- dUion the dtffenilant will pay the cost of the acUoo, A. B. for ths plaintiff and H. Church lor land, were plotting JJ. CANADIAN SOLDIERS STILL BUSY MARRYING LOXTX) N'. Canadians are co ot inn- to marry English and Scotch girls at the rata "oJ 3W a wrelt, states Col. J. Obed Smith. Tho total number oi Canadlsa-jaarriages here, according to latent figures, fe M.OOO. Wives are be- ing: faater ifcaa the authorities can flehd item home. 2S5 From Pnnot Col. Smith has yet to tring 235 Fwnch and BeitiRn wives of Canadian aoMfers to with troops TC- from France. anticipates that the luaniage rate Tdth. gJrU -will Jftrjer still, as raoet wed- dtnga fCfilponeU until the return With' -S4M "Canadians and st tfafs the coanc- ee ot Caatdfon sirls are tttng iron- Oxfords will be greatly in demand this season by Ladies mecceau's lilc untl that two Uolshe viki had crosseU the frontier tu carry out tho jilau, The Paris police, says ihc Petit Parlsltn, were warned pome time that a plot was brewing against the premier's life. It states ihat the wire of a meailier of the French con- sular service formerly stationed iu -vras in the Russian library in the Avenue Gobelltns a fcrtuisiu ago. and overheard a discussion which made her sure that an attempt against tho premier vras in preparation. This library is one frequented by Bolshe- vtlu. woman Informed her bus- baiifi of what she had heard and he nolifled tbs police, who assured him that ihe persons in question would be closely watched. We can show you some very nice and very slylisK Oxfords in black kid, brown calf, royal purples with military heel, or black vici plain vamps and brown kid plain vamps with Louis heel. These are in stock now. Look them over. WJ. Nelson Co. THIRD AVENUE S, 3HERLOOK BUILOINO (CON'TIN'UED FilOM FRONT PAGE) ter. accomjianied "oy others of my atf- vitori. Part of Canada In the notable victories leading fa the Elorious issue, accomplished by the arms of the allies, none of the forces engaged hare a more valorous or heroic part than those of Canada, whose achievement throughput Ihu entire -war harq won imperishable renovm for iheir It is most gratifying lo he able to say that ID flie ami decisive stages of the mighty struggle our di- visions in the field were maintained at orer-Mrength and equipped in the highest degree -with all the retire- mentfl of modern warfare. The appre- ciation and gratitude of the nation can uot fce too earnestly and sincera- ly expressed to the gallant members (0t the Canadian Expeditionary Porcc, whose sacrifices, sufferings antl 1sm have played so etfnctnal n part In vindicating the cause of world liber- (3- and civilization. Prior to the armistice, plans and preparations liaa been niailo for the return, demobilization and fe-esiah- lishmenl in cfyil life after the'' closij of the of our soldtfeTa with overseas. These ary now Iti operation, and, while this great un- dertaking to after-the- conditions, many dilficultlis ami it is confidently ex- pected that it trill he accomplished tfretrtiljr and aalisfactorlly. Immerllalely upin tho conclusion oT the armistice, ivhlcli necesjarily In-! volrefl Iho c'PEsatlon of operatJo'n.i in' Iho raaniifacluro nf inun'tfonrf an'l other wore lahen by my advisors (o facilfat-3 partkipatlon. 4ju-ilment antl lo pro rifle employment. OrtlerK-ta'COuncil The Busy Corner Store Where The Bargains Grow NEW VOILE BLOUSES Nover have we fplt so liroiiJ o-jr .selection voile blouiCs as this year. Manut-ietursrj mid seem to liavv ranched u polni vrheve ilmMioss ol ma- terhil ar.d tlaiutiuess o[ ileslKn to ni- uiost perfect. A huge variety of suo-.l styles s ymo v i' h ro unil slip-over styles dial fistf-n on (lie TusciJo styli'o iact iluit U u civ ii Ejero. cuff.-; Tiul t-oUarti have Sace in nnny give aiHcd beauty io the styles. In regard to fii and finish, iliese will stjnri your Inspection a_-5 ewn ihe most reason- ably nriced waist is foumt perfect in every OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT Whc-n you consider the anility aud styles. SPECIALS For THIS WEEK FLANNELETTE BLANKETS You can't afford to miss ihcso fhumelelle if you reniilrr bribing Jit nil. full double bed sin.' iti pure white with firstj equality. Elcgulur Value. Week End Sin-ctal, pair fetid LADIES' VESTS About iOft In (his lot of Laillcs' rottcm Vests, fall and weight. Made wHU long steovc urn! si'londul quality. (Jiioil fil- ling. Regular J1.09 value. CC" Week Knil iSneaat. each DOC CHILDREN'S HOSE 2-Al pairs of ribbed notion hose in good -weight mid excellent fjuality. SplcmHil ins and good fitting. Sizes 9, i'vi, only. Kcsular. valuf, Eiui or Special WHITE FLANNELETTE This is a bargain worth while. We bought a huge stock in j [iriire thai looked trood some monihs Todity ii Is certainly fort- ler than ever. The wholesale iirlce is about Sue u yard. U is lio Inches wide. Week Km! CORSETS A End Special that will make dig rush in this depart men t. WO pairs of extra Rooil quality cornets, made from licst quality of coun't, well lioncif and suspenders iittiU'hcil. Hegular value. Week n Art Kml Special, House Dresses and Underskirts HOUSE DRESSES A new line of lUlnty Ittnwe These wi nuilc with belt, coUar, curf nml lielt trlmined with color m I'ink sliadca. juutje V J of at: HOUSE DRESSES Tliis is aimthiT gwi line1 uuule from sjtleniliil quality of wash noods in plain White rollar ami Good Mid vPil finished in every sizes nt AH 4.75 SATIN UNDERSKIRTS A now lino of wtill niaik' satin pkirts in full niiip? of yueh as padily, roriC. bl.irk. navy, puriilc, eit--, n the new era of reconstruction, social aa well as ma- ;crlal, upon which the world has :ered, will be reconmien'Icd.to your consideration, Incfustrlal Statllity After more than four yetirs of war, and notwithstanding ins suilden Ufalo- catlcn liroughi about, by tlift war. ida'.s industrial, commercial and finan- cial stability has well maintain-" mence'aboul'Marcli OTTAWA, Feb. militia do- larimrjiit announced toil ay ti30t 't (B lo the KrraMI Feb. i in Canada, which were snu- stations' lo pendcrl hy the and nested Ur> (been r Hotted imvemenls and iiettermenta Ihrough-'nn oppprtun out Ihc Doiniriinn, Canada will obtain I and return home with Ihcm. substantial partiripatlon in the Units in which the ivest Js Jnlc panalon of'expert trado following lliu and their conclusion ihp.war and tho llbe.ra- follows'. understood that the dispatch of the lands of ihe constituencies of Heaver third division undflr command ot MaJ-, Hiver, represcnteil hy Hon. Wilfrid or-Ocn. K. 0. W. Loomis, C.K., C.M.G., Gartopy and .of St. Paul'do Metis, rvjv frnm KnffUnd lo Canada will com- resented by P. Lessarrt, hail an atnaz- 12. I'orKOnncl who jig nllraclion for practically all tlif, anil abacssors of the depart- of inunlclpililleB irt tho month rhkh their" unita have May, 1917, and uivto Juno 7 of Ihat In Canada.Blithe given y-sr, according to evidence hrnught ed. Ills the expectation that In previously scrvctl with units of tills inspector'p, clerks anil lion to business arising from thn re- division In France and are now in Kng- the branch fumption of public and private im- proceeding to dispersal opportunity lo rejoin their units in the public accounts of thfi house thin morning. Howar 'Crawfnnl, fioiith Edmonton, opposition are as 'n examining John I'errte.- lion of comnjorce Irom the i which have existed during Ita Ottawa; P. P. C. ance. Hteps have been taken by my ninth iiattallon, Edmonton; Kighlh c and Infantry brigade: C. M. embodying the adopted will iie lalrj before you without fleiay. AWII relating to the franchi.-e, with aiich provir-Iona as aro hav- ing regard to existing conditions and providing among orhnr Uiinga for ef- fectually enabling womQn to voic and ronferring upon liitm Uio DHTUPKO ot Bitting In parliament, will tip ted for your consideration. Your attention will aleo IJG invltcil lo bills providing for alrl -In wafnlain- tns highways, for asslslinp; returned soldiers In fiaUtbllshing upon tho land antl for promoting able immigrat'on antl farm EfHUe- mant Vocational Education Bills will also be submitter! for the promotion of vocational deputy nitrilKler of the rloparlment HIM _ ia great sheaf of vouchers thfa morn- Seventhi Canadian .infantry bngarlc, -dm fact' that vfh (he i crs through thnac const i'.- JU. battalion, Brandon; Second C. M. uencCes in tJie period Tin en of the house of com- Jl, battalion, Victoria, Ninth Canadian! WAS cfveu in Mir com- The account? of tho last, and infantry brigade: Forly-thlrd liattal-, mfncc 'for this extraordinary aygem Ihe estimates for tho next fiscal year ion. RUy-sccond baltallon, employfics in these will bo siibmltltfj lo you without do- Tort Arthur. Tenth lirlgadc, C. F. A.: connHiueticlea oanrcially Ueaver yon will he aske.l io 'nako .battery Winnipeg; al' (hal ,irno, Mr. fno financial provisions fur Thirty-ninth battery, Medicine Hat; RR Idoa that the fact Hint' meeting ami remaining expenditures No- Calgary; No, provincial election look place in arising out of Uie war and in connec- Ift ncld ambulance, No. early Junu of that year possibly had tlon wltli fltmobillialfon; for the i-onipany third Canadian .divisional S0molhihg to dn'with tho miljjfjcl. -for the creation of a deparittOiil of public for promoting notk-r frm-iing condUlons throughout the Do- minfon. by made for pnr- by the flevcral provincial govcrn- men'3 and hy ralldathn o" pnr- oT proMbU- Impr.r'atlon and of (n'ostcRiin? tcvftragr-n nnd tho DIG PRICES FOR VIOGS Ohio. Fch.. 20.--- Sixty-live eight huudlred "ars was Ihc price paltl for 51'hngs liy breeders from all parli of the United St-jtos allciidW tht enlc today of Durcc Jersey Iiogi owneil by kFon, breeder near here. Jackson's p a boar, brought. n 1oi> price of Koliig lo F. 0. (jood- lj.iv, of Tennessee. WILSON SYMPATHIZED OX UOAHl) U.S.y. GEOUOK WASH- INGTON, Feb. Wilson stnl the fo'tcnviiiK of dolcnco on learning of the attack npon iVtniler r. "I.atipinfc', American "1'lcaac convey to M. Clcmcnccau ciy heartfelt and joy at his escape. I Fincerely hope tho report'that lie vas only fs allofcether irue. I .-.vaa deep- ly shocked by the news of the nilack. (Signed) Waodrow Wilson." BIG DANCE RAYMOND OPERA HOUSE Good Muilc FRI., Feb. 21st trfifti, Winnipeg; .No, 4 company third Canadian divisional train. Cnfgnry. Third Canadian divisional M. T. torn- eataljllshment of credits for tlie nancing o' purrhascs our agrirul- lOral, IndUalrJal anil other products, Ilbnnvablo o! Iho Donate: Gentleman o[ the house of com- mons; It is appropriate that we should ac- knowledge r.ur thanks to Divine I'rovl-- (knee for HIP, successful issue of ihc un'ff fa fitriiRgli! in which for so Ion? IOAt ilRavi'y a period our armies ha'vc been engaged A young hank teller in Ottawa fhort. aiid tho projirlefor of ;i local In Imvo.RHin- as fined a reid. and for IhR resforatlon of peace- lo the world. TlirnughoMt the long con- tinio tho'ao ties which hintl 'Iio Ilict wi, varying i, our people nftter fts lo doubt tbat vie- Th. tory woiilfl finally crown our which was tbat of tnUn and Juftkc. The deeply luyal and tnrnest co-opfr- of common sacrifice, sufffrinj; and heroic endeavor will aluo, it la conll- dently hoped, permanctilly unite aliiea by tbc honds of a great mem- ory nml p. groat tradition MOTHERS' PENSIONS TORONTO. Feh. the people ol Ontario nrn of (lie linn onin- ion, thai In tho jnicrcats of iho.atatc and future gchtJratloiijj of cKlzcns, ividowcd mothers fjuphl to receive sn allowance for the cartj of their rcn, was clearly {shown hy the large at tlio' public hrrarJnK on flto "aHowancca for widow- t'A mntherfi" itcanl by W. W. A. Ktdilrjll, superintendent of the tradc-i and brunch of ihn Ontario RIV- (Sail Icmperancc workers urge the Federal (jOYPt-nmpnl Iti mntio'ihfc jiro- t t'tfor.- 'hlhlilon or'drr in council law until nil HI.on of the orergeas dominions ami lually promote (he fonnalion nf a (lie nrc iiniJ plvo flufff- dependcflcioa the mother coun- league of natJoriM.ivhlch ivlll ennni'c rlenl tinifi before, r vote IB (altcuHo try rmiU moro firmly for ail timftJfio'T'Meo nf world. got Iho conniry's'niilTilon, A.O.F., COURT STAR Arc Holding ft DANCE Tlie Tow-Hi of Uio Series IN THE K. OF P. HALL from i (o 2 Ml.ai Arnnld'j: Ofch ftr fhint -IJtl ;