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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ft. IHIi lil28,- A fran^ sfatoment of tlte~WHi- iliiiMiloii WR� submittBd by roembero of the Bovernmont tUts morning: :\),..thn npenipK Hessiou of tb� AVnmen'n Conference. Th^s women wpre" from every province iii^d rfcpvi: ieiitatlve of le�(11ns women's orjiHalT. MI0118. Tlu-y wem welcoiiiod by the t.'ovevnor-g;pneriil ami the 1)ucho�!> o( lievonsbiifi. Afterward they w^erf �d-. ((resspil hy lion. N'. W.' Ilowetl, jiresl-(le. t of the prfvy rounoll.. who spoKn on tlic giMiprsI gilnaHonV M�]or Oj-n.' Mexvbiirn. who spoke on the nrgeiii I'^-ed for r-einfoniementg at the fron"; Hon. T. A. (Irorar. nilnlj>tev of agricul-l.irc. who lirgpil ibo neressiily.^or (1 eater onvhit'llou: Sir (jporge Foster, minister of Irad^ and ranimen-e, wh.> Into tl)p war ipitll viiMory and pence were SBunred. Kurlher. the imreusing demands of the. war Involved a new tax on the mnu-power of (.'anadii. One �way. and the most important way of anpplantini; the ^nian power of the fonntry wad by the assistance whicli women t-ould rendsr In taking the place of men. |n view of the heHrty service which wutneu had rendered, the Eoveriiuient felt that l( cutild rely on the patriotism and spirit of ('anadlan women to respond to every demand. Following the snhtnisslou of the Rov-ernment position, .Mr. Howell said, It was suggested that the delegates discuss their views nniiin>; themselves. The government would then welcome they might wish to NO DEMONSTRATION AGAIN^-BKYAN ' Toron'to. Feb, 28,-William Jen-nlfli Bryan arrl^ad hare thtt after-noBti, a reprcaentatWe 'of the ^ntl.Salcen League of the Unltad Statea to (he convention o� the Ontario branch of the Dominion A)llanc�, wai reet1v�4 ( the Union atatlon by a targe dalcga-  tloh of the .alliance and there waa i\o damonatratlon of antagoniani t� the prominent: American. borden sees m'adoo regard^ can; credits c on ihnri and economy. HndJany sngKestlons S;'nator Itobertsou. who oiiiltned th�'|in�ke. forthcominc reRfstratlon of man put\-i In rcgurd to th�- ilelegHtioii. the gov r. ugh .\rthiir t iieved of some of his duties in order omens'that he may jjive his entire time to ."�f^''I the company's financial depaitmattt Association j and John Leslie.- comptroller. has been placed in entire charge of the �(�onipKiiy's accounts department in all its branches 'from March 1 ne.\t. surprlae. for, accoiUluR tn figures coin plied by Conimlsalonor Freeman, �l Ih* me-^ent rate there would only be u deficit of abo>it;|lo,OljO at tlie end of .lh� yehr liielead, of- sunie $2S.0(10 as i� 'figured on. Tl^e report for .laiiuary has Just been coinpleled showing an ;�yj^atlng prolit of about iflfi-nn for the month of .lonuary. which '\� practically double Uiat of Inst year. February report ifi expected to show up even better. Alo?* people are riding on the indlcs.tlnB an incren�in|; population, while the expenses arc leas. ' Commisaioner l'"reemun, however, states that one big item ot expense this the Oomluion since the war. The spir- women are in attendance, represent-1 ordinitlon between the two govern It of (Canadian womanhood, he �'aid. 'ug Dominion-.ividc organizations: Mrs., ments in' jmrchaslnk, war mnteriaL tl)& innhufncture)'. A'ou will readily sec H \vo live up to the wishes of the food controllct', most familieg can only acquire a 24 I lb. sBc|i at a time, therefoi-o. a great yonr will be new wlieels tor all- the cars, but the ttaiu Is evidently becom . tore popiAar, iiud it he can sa:v� over a mill oh the taxes as compared with past yeai-s the (coirimls.slonBr of 1 Injustice ij being done to th, public, utilities will be very pleased. ,' Aa copy of this resolution to be for- The coal mine for the month ot Jan- warded to the food eontroller, and also ujry showed an operating protH of, pijbUshed In the press. MS7.4P. ' � i /----- The electric department tor January.! after paying ;all accounts includlugtn-; lerest. sinking fund and taxes had a Because style -decrees that,^ women .crowd and buckle ,up. their tender toes In high heel footwear they suffer from . ----- . - ^----- : corns, then they cut andftrim at these'some other form ot women's activity. � painful pests which nferely makes the [Those from the west are: - com grow hard. This suicidal habit' Manitoba-Jlra. Chas. Rohaon, Mrs. . may. cause lockjaw and women are j R. F. McWilliams, Mrs. H- Deytou, warned to stop It-A few drops of a drug called. fruez-' one applied directly upon a.'sore corn ,'giveg qui'ck relief and''soou the entire \ coni. root and all. lifts out without ,v pain. Ask the drug store niMi for a quarter of an ounce of freezone; wElch . coats verv little hut Is autricient to ro-. move every hard or soft corn or callus ; rfi-om one's feel. This drug is an ether compound anil driea in a inomeol and ainiply shrivedIrritating the surrounding tissue or :.skln. Clip this out and pin on your wife't dresser.-Advertist^ment i ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE . . Canada to Glatfaw ' fPer full information apply to Agcnta vor Company's Offioa, 270 Main St., r . Wtonlpag. DECLARED UNCONSTITUTIONAL Faltbank.*, Alaska. Feb. 2S.-On the ground thuf the Alaska S-hour law violated the Itth amendment to the constitution as well as the Alaska organic act, the measure wo.s held unconstitutional today in the linited States district court for this division. The'tind-ings \yere inimedlatiely reported to the a'ttorney general of the I'uiled State.i and will be appealed unless authorizn-llon otherwise is,-received. and the coal mine ilierefore lUiring the I month made a net profit ot about $2100.1 after paying iiuerest. sinking fund 'Jiid | taxes on Hie street railway for the | MASON FINED $50 Ti�o cases were uoucliided In Su/ month, thus'wiping out its'.lauuaiy de-j preme Court this morning, � Jtex vs; ficit over all, . | jiagon was concluded, the accused be,- Ing found guilty of comiuou ussault (I BOMB EXPLODED 'and fined |G0 aud costs, I The second case, was a fftinily (lunr-i rel. in whicli one, Leprade, was cbarg-' ed with killing a pig belonging to his ibropier, O. Harris at Mksslwnsin. by; ! beating it to death. 1/eprade swore seriously and Uiree other oiticers re-j t,,gt t^e hog was Wiled by dogs, and; ceivert slight Injuries t;j:om the esplo�-| j,r. justice Ives was inclined to agree' ion of a grenade at the school of fire.; ^^.j^,, gfjj,.y ^^^^ ^.^^ dismiss-' Schofield Barracks ^today The ex-.-gt,. c. F. Jamlcson was counsel lor the pIo.iion wiaa^said to be ilue to tue! accused in both cases, presence of a live bomb in a box .sup-' posed 10 contain dummies. Honolulu, l-'eb. I'S. - Corp. .1. S. Smimon* of Piedmont. S. C, was instantly killed; Captain tipter ^oren-son and Lieut. W. llanna were Injured seriously and tJiree other officers re Hicitei^Mii^c^iBttnictiMM I wiUMfti Pablii Attcli�B the baluct of th� Ibey; Va1�a,C9ftorPr�fit. ^ . 5 |ii^ooQ.o(niy^thoi^ I >: l|erchandite :., Comittuit of Dry Goods, Groceries, Enainel Ware; Crockery, Light Hardwai;e, Shoes, Hosiery, Racket Goods, Notion, Stationery and School Supplies. Not a ioke,fa real Auctif^n, Sale. Everybody come and buy barguns. Comfortable wrangements will be; made for customers during sale. FIRST SALE START^ SATURDAY, MARCk 2od At 10 o'clock sharp and will continue the follow-' ing Monday and Tuesday or until the entire stock is disposed of. The storTwill be closed Wednesday, Thursday and' Friday arranging for sale. . ~ The stock Wilj be sold in brge or small quantities to suit customers. No reserve. J. IBEY, Owner Nicholson and LaVaUey AUCTIONEERS OF LETHBRIOGE, PHONE 1063 Miss Cora Hind, Mrs. Henry Stephens. ,Mrs. Colin Campbell, Mrs. J. S. Wood. Saskaicheisian-Mrs. W. C. Mtfrray. .Mrs. John -.McN'aughion. .Mr:>. .1; R. Peverett. Mrs. Cleveland and .Mi-�. S. S. Haight. V AlbertA--Mra. Parlby, Mrs. Nellie ,Mq(^lunr. Mrs, W. il. l|avld�on. Miss Maryjdclsaacs. Mrs. Dr. Edwards and. Mrs. Arthur Murphy. - i , British Columbia-Mr.^. Davles, jirs.) Ireiie .Moody .and Miss Mabel Durtv.-i.m. ' increase posm10 5 enemy countries Iauctiqneers ff^. We wish to/ aBoaiince^ th�t ^ .'Teter^LeValley and L.,I.;Nlo*oK . '�OA have conaoUdiiteil their li-tareats as auoUoneera end irtll 1*^ eonduaC oj^es apywliero iq the ^prpTlnce.NThe heat of^wdrkaieit �hli�'e'ii&'>>t(af�G^tion guinnteed or no pay. For. sal� dates, pbona lOBS or , 20� KureL Toura,fpr'tlfllilneai^ ] LoVACCCY ^ AND ' NICHOLSON ; Auctianeere. 4 � OUawa, Veb; -S,-The following ^official; nutmorandum has been issued-by Dr. R. M. Coulter, d�pnty pbstmaster general: It has been found that the cbwie. prevloue^y,, stinqlated. .cmt/iLx^ tor the f(>r(vardlDg of correspondence from Canada to enetuy mnd enemy occupied:] territory through Wie medium of .Tbo-taii %)d6ic aba' Sons, Moutreai.-'iib'es'nbl cover the coats of such traasmiaaltin laad in. tat-itfe the charge for forwarirl-inc auci eorresponiienee will be 4n ::cea(s-'a leltt^r. -......'- - ; -, s This 'iimd'unt is to he tranaiuittjid by meum^oi a poalii mile, togetbitr.. ^klth.tha.'lelter'which is to J�e forwaVd-ed^to Thomas Cook and Sons, Monl-re%l. in eecordainM.^Uh the inatruc- '~tIong which inay'be obtained on application ifrom Cook and Sons. , \Dr. A/.T. Spankie '\ � -' M.OvC.M. CVC, EAR, NOSE AN'D i THROAT BPCCIALIBTv OfUoe reoui, 1SM32 New P. Burns Bulldlac Corner >th At*, Jsnd 2nd 8t East, tJalgary. ^ ' Otfloe Phone M'3S48 .Residence Phone-M20T7' Interne and Uojia Suffeon. Mnnhntten Sye, Ker. Note and Throiit HoapUal, New York City, im-1914, Spaclnliet ta Calaery elieel-_ Boerd V irtti MM '�B Reeldence Phone 328 T%tor Repfir* k^, we: i)peci�|i�* In reborlng sas t(aci:or);o|fM�4eri,f, ;kud|i tittlng lqY>ffHtf^^l,U>pa �d rings, ' '"^mf l�t. .present ; ISTERNARILERY HAS REAtD ENGLAND Ottawa. Feb. 3�.^It is ofWcIaJly announced througli'lhmchief-praiB ceil--Ror's office that the fbllowing tiv'ops have arrived" iiately; t in "England: Drafts: First BattaU>�:9^^),\ifi\ OerniansMo 'SkagehV-whei'e they hav^ been releaaad. SCOTCH SHORTHORN HHFERS & BULLS '. A'T FARMERS'mo BAIW, LETHUtlD&E On We jn^sday, ,^ >kr ONE O'CLOCK SHARP . All pnre bred stock.'Pedigrees gttaranteed. AKesfroui'10 uiouth� to 2 yearn.  . �> ' THIS IS ALL SELECTED FARMERS DON'T MISS THIS SALE, ' . STOCK. TERMS cash; ^ � "j. A. SMITH, Auctioneer; ^EARCE A SHINE, Owners, �a^ussels, Ont..; SALE Friday Next, Marich 1 AT 2 O'CLOCK, AT WADDINGTQN'S AjUCTlON RQQMS ' .' .;. :'"10TH. .STREET SOUTH .''.^iv>:aK; Frank Waddington will Sell by PUiltjCiAUCTION A QUANTITY OF HOuisHOLnJ^ Aiui effeiiiB liiclmllni;Xll�ndi;ome Dlnlug Suite li, luniedjJW^K. v'i ^ fi.iVi^B, f,�Pt�lnliii" C^^ a�d Exteuitlon Table, y�i7  SB^rSK I2?*^t^'rt& con springs and w�rt;imrt|W;^� souD OA�^M�Me�l�� "^^^^ ^'"�"^'^ Squaiwa)!i4 carpet-.' 'f,^^ brass^fti?iin*�l^�.'=^ "P""'"?" LA/oV ^aTEV^^^^ '�n Ai order, inperlal dftw fir � n���l�"�CeUing 12 pounds of Bifad for One Dollar, alter Mar. 1st*you will get 121 pounds'^"* your Dollar for Eat \ or len liekets for One Dollar But See TM What �oa.0o Eat U the BE^t; YOU CAN BUY ?l EAT Made by GILMORE, Phone 378 1606 to 1612 Second Avenue A. North, Lethbridnre .�^f$rftete.:^::^���.��."�^ ;