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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK THE LEW DAILY t vTove around ihe-if v.-crkltiff dafs. i to flvor ii tjineisl stiiK? in faus L syrae wer? ?1 t'ac' claimed that the so as to have reorJiuR I W that Jsv tiif! J'loj'iu? nv t'tuiw.ohej In their flitted. atialiihoil. OiherwlM rocoii'-', lu'-iaoeA for at! Kobeu 1 ivett' position lully hy tht t no uso spending Ihe money. l> iry's wpotilwi! ot ivniaion a vwm ot slate. uMiii (hat Recs ilK-a vrfiil tdly lUyhlay will solw tin vtawlli" t'jrous'i the nail nil reasons why a rnwrn vonforvnoe i pur also from tbe os ilia problem ani will never-stop Thiu la Iwliix called. It bov.iuso they siffie subject by lasemnti.Misl Iwsrvl pMiation rf the working class aud hinds of the iloji not got (Ue right hcarine in the member. Hubert. Live'.'. HUil iaUviU that must out o! [bat tnsliluttf t'l rcncection vah tie iwliey that lie claimed that the sjlu- OAUURY. 1-Vo. H developed this msruiup a convention urisiuj; out o mendstioii in ihe secret for a six-hour day ulth X- "fi" I, ___ You don't need to vrg Levitt said tlie idea if ihe-'t-on-J ihoushi ite cpnveniion tuiking foresee noi because thpro was j rMlPUbus to maVe such a tie- sylii with the cast. Inn to IIP mand at this cf the same. to mallors with freedoai tu "I canEOi whero it will work let tUe haow whert1 Uiey stooil. OUT to iilaco all on an equal Wtiea the easiera warkers understood he faid. tKeir petition, tbey wouUl come. In. lUnrJ. of said he was satis- Bui it wus no use in catling a seuerai fied the policy committee would en- If the ethers are not'In Uie j it. ur.d the couvtniiCti should ot j j suupori it. H. of did There ballot, wav they !n lluss.U. c'ared ihsit if the wet1 hiV tvi (or thf tanot meihtcl have beon five ns thfuiselves cf Cjirdom. McXab. of l.ethbrMge. FJi't too much for him advocated potitionius ihi' tun lot of money invested in our model factory just to cook your can boil of whole wheat Snd grind it in A. coffee-mill, but thai isn't Shredded Wheat No housewife can reproduce our process in fer kitchen. In Shredded Wheat you hawe all the ixxry-buiWing maierial in the whole grain in a. digestible form. Delicious and nourishing for any meal vHh milk or cream and fruits. Make our kJtchenyour kitchen. MADE IN CANADA Mho was trt. spoken this iiiurnliiR. diU not arriiv. not know ubai meihuJ Browne hart aml he IR 10 ad dross iln? used to arrive ai tho of thw Joi Knight, The ?peiker clainiet] could be tho coal jinpuH'-l; then how many men were digslot; ii ana paying how much dug in a day. This wju'-d "me- give a nitlocal but he was of the opinion that if this i-ouht uo v and was Tin roason wiiy it cxmld'nci be. it would tbat it would only give four hoars' nc-r ff man, Krank saiil Ihis wa> quite all rignt, Imt to do Ty it there lie a of ot aski-d to speak on the rcvolutiau. but McVran S3, Uoimctt S2, U Stf. Si. H. Gowiu M. 71. K, bsK-kiis 63. T. Chris- titf M. Smith Pcache L. UOcdmau 41'. ET. DaiviDii "7. L. niiin months' G. Patrick .1. Hixby 54. Average. 71. rfaysical Scienw. T.rade Ss. M. AVnrilninn So. D. I'fj H. Karniaiii 7s. J. Johnson Feb. ant (lisfsveries of iitel oil Imvc been-made on the Uuko of Devoitshire's estates at Chceter- field, Ilerbyshire, where eiiilor- ation has carried on on A large scale, anil under oflicinl sanction. The are de- jst-ribed as vast, Kxnerts are convinced Iliat several other rich oil fields are in tbe coun- try, Au authority says there is mure oil In Knglnnd than in tlie sta'e ur vaala. I'te. lintriielbr ot Owen Sound, who To Cure a in .a few hours lake DOMINION C. n. Q. Table: If ycu combined the; cnrattw rtics of tivorv known "nv-iis'-inadr; rcra-.-dv, yo-i-wouM hr.rdlv havj in them all the curatup j.ovrcr that in ihis Eimiile svTiip Tvliich takes only a fciT rain- to prepare. (.Jet-irom any druggist GUHCM (50 it in_to a bottle and nil tht t-otUs K. Sellers B5f K. Paul C. Urae-n-llOEt bach H. Kerr r.i, a B. Olauiier V. Peterson 5S. C. Mor- ris -iS, J. NUXuity ;'S. C. Viney L. B. 4T. H. R. McQueen M. Scoit J4. .1. Mc- llvena 43, M. ReiiVlS. O. McLain 1-'-, Fe'.uer 42. P.'Tnylov 10, A.. M. TompXins 32; D. 2.'., L. Tiller 17, L- Soott 10, J. Morris-" fey 13. Average. ctL- Latln. Grant PS, K. Jones 07. I.. V. Ounrel A. HageH A. Ahrens SI, A: Uutt-! ner 5u. t.'ragg SO, .M. I--, i liill 8S, "U. K. T. Andrew SI, J.vDe-, r.ccn SI. M. Uaushrc-ii -77. T. Xobles it. ValntcM 71, R.I .vunn C4. H, CrabhV.i, Hatch "-'i. t A. M.j A.-Cravtord -S, legs' anil one hand iu tlie jine from tho front. NO PROGRESS IS, Kch. con- tinue work on tho case ot Kinilp Cot- ttn. ihe ivouUl-be aspassht I'rctQier Olemenceaii, but so far hare discov- ereil nothing tlirowlng new light on his activities. REJOIN COUNCIL TUESDAY Feb. Assocl- ated Clemencpau scut (o Secretary ol State anil Col. K. M. House loJay that he would be Ihcm in the council ot the great irjwen; to be held nest TttesdHy. AMNESTY GRANTED KOMK. Koli. Victor Etn- mamiel lias sipietl a dc'crco of am- soldic-rs anil members of llielr families .sentenced for political and economic offenses, treason alone bting excluded. WHEAT GUARANTEE B1LU WASHINGTON. Fell. 32. TIH wheat guarantee bill, authorizing' thu. to use fxlsdiiff npencies os to create one.s to buy wheat iho and 1'Jiy crops Qt tho govern- ment guarautfeU prlcefi and (llsposti ii at the marvel passeil toilay'uy the house by'a vote ot 277 to li. GOUGrLT COUGHERif! ..70 SHILOH soDRORf-noRrco our imr The- total is "M ci'iit-" and of c-3 yen lf (itiiijcg of full a.i.l d-jn't nnrlhiny cltt. A tiuratittt: of tetisfz'Mna or j.ioniytlv re- ftirnoi, "oc? with iJTcivaratioa. The Pinex Co., Toronto, Ont. -''AlBRbra. WiaegarveT J.-Mcscov-fch (J. Wyman'SS.} ii. 4-7. 1-. Dunham K. OlA.ndcr 77, U Saniltjulst 7fi. <1. Mor-i rison 7i'. S- Ingram M. Ostlund I S. TuiL-otte Ai-Aitfceu 07. H. Hal- der.-on p. H'.unl fi'J. C. Nelson C'J., Andtvson (Irani FiS, K. Mcliols 56, A. CJrem rj. K. -'I'. Wellington 45, J. j Van Haarlem 4-V M Flinn 'A. David- I'J. ii. Xft. Sympntls U- .frera T. Hickcli :n. K. raul.Sl, C. HatiE MEcluoil _.'. J. IS. (i. La -Ilircii 1'j. C. irmun 12, E. 0 GrftJe XL-.--U S7, Z. 76, ,D.. Smith TC. K, UainfUon .M. Harrtiu 7J, "C. Mar- KacUurn .J. JJer.Mii .70. H. Knowl- den Church 07. K. ,lohn3lon fiTi. M. Crixirfb Co. V. Ilciman UavlE M. Utby Crabb Fc- riu-jzi W, We.itccU CO, K. Kliipen U. SR. I.- Priestly. 5.7. K., Koycu J. Mars' H. Knder by J, Kti-l- liath 47, 'K, Perry fl. Avtrase. H2.- I.ansmagt. Grade Sloan S2, V. Uhnnett 78, K. Kfe'.tt'r IS, A- Uarrlie H. (llass 74. V-i. Hy-isop 72, J. liicyrell H. McDonalil fi7, K. Fowler Jl, 61, Van Haar- lem M. 3ji. 03. j Speed X., I'ean-on it. Jonca 80, M. Horn SO. K. Ailhrtn3 CM, S. 52. N. Mat- leotl 50, G, A. Davb 40, Fclnsttin Ifi. Average, GO.' as a A Modern Shoe Hospital Don't throw away your old shoes. Give them a new lease on life, another chance to serve you. Just because the heels are run down at tho corners or ibc soles arc down to tissue-thickness, ilOMi't mean that their possibilities are exhausted. Send Ihem 1o us. and we will return them III (or many more months of service. We'll call tor yoyr shoes, and send them right jhaptly, and comfortable again. FRANK MILES 511 Fwth Avenue Sooth. Phone 1717 PROPOSED SAILINGS From Feb. 28 .-.Prinsei Julia.. Liverpool From Ntw 6 ...Aqult.Vnii... Liverpool Mir. 6 .Paitnonla..... London Mir. 10 .Liverpool From St. tl .CaiMrdrJ... From Ntw Mar. Liverpool Mar. 24 ...Carmtrvli... Mir. 2) ...Aqultlntl... Liverpool I'urohnf.e PrepaM Tlcltels now for Helalives nml.Krlends lo envirg Failing. Xor all information apjdy iff any of onr Company's Olllw. SCOTT BLOCK, 270 MAIN ST. WINNIPEG. 'TVVSS the chocolates again, please." cerUinly give a finesse to the meal, which is a most'decided improvement over the customary heavy puddings or fancy pastries. Good chocolates are qtfte the'vogue now for the third course and as a tasty, profit- able and beneficial dessert their use is a most sensible custom. The'many occasions, o'n which chocolates can be served with relish and appreciation make them almost a household necessity. As delicate, delicious afternoon a relish for the family .circle in quiet at late sup- may be served with ex- cellent taste arid good form., Chocolates are not ft luxury. They are en- crgy-producingfood and can be eaten in your home with benefit to both old and young, Camditn-nude hive no superiors. Their high iUndwdj o! quality tod whole- lorrienesi are obtained br purity in manu- facture the oreful (election of ill ma- terials uied.i- Serve ai a Dessert. They art a Splendid Food, For Pure High-grade CANDIES go to 606, 3rd Ave. S. Phone 1627 ;