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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TliUUSDAY. JANUAaY ^-19 JIHj: LETHBRIDCil-: DA ILY llRnALD PAGE FIVE ��>>: > � * BANK CLEARI,NGS Thtfl week .......... ?B3(),78r, Lnai year ........... 550,x:;;i > ? V ? ? Until ,Sucli Time A? LeKisJatiire Can Amend to Meet Conditions � "This 's no tirae !:>r oxporlmciitlng md HlmV.liiK l-.uaIno.ss iiromid" said Pri-sldoiil Manioc.li of tlie board of trade to llie HoraUl In dliKUHiilMK tin; Hnlioiiiicemenl thiit liie fiictory act. i� to bo piiforc.f-d from iliiB time forward. '\V(^ iiiusl nil sianil icndy lo\ iniiliR 8iiorlfli-o;'in(; l, or coiniianics whii h dcriVL; their char-powers Iroiii provincial To gl\-e iitU'Ci t!) this content.o:! v.'ouid ::urlo'.i.s-ly cni-lall the exfluHlve Jurisdiciion of ;!).-; Dum n-on in file inatLer of natl.inal defc.-ice. Thursday, in tho board of trade build-! (.-i-j,,,-, n;,. standpoint of war finance ing, for Its annual meeting. This is a \ ;i,,i national jirospcirity, wliich is de general mcotinB. All members ar urged lo be present. After the meeting the directors will go Into sessiiui and commllleos tor the year will lie struck anil everything put into shape for real business. A. P.'Day, who will manage the stampedo feature r.f the fa r this yniir is already lining up events. He has several letters from Montana and' Wyoming riders v;ho are anxious lo pendent largely at pre;ient upon lb. success of tho Dominion's financing, there can be no auost on as to the ad-vfiiabillly of the me.-.-oure. It is im-parativc it Canada's investment market is t(o 1:,e able to meet tiie Increus oration. One t/ioUKai:rl and thirty tur^ mors have takejt adiH.-itagc ot the act and. have formed asKc/ciations, and \ludor It have purchased breeding cattle. Care has been exorcised to see iTiat the men who wore availing themselves of the privik's;i'ti of Ibis act were prepared to take care of their cattle through tlic \-,-ii;!r'-, and as we ai'e now well Into tlic winter, the gov ernmont has doc'd: d lo sii.spond op oraltons undor'the iiVe also buy'and sell rebuilt trac-itors. Have two 12-1!4 coal oil .tractors for sale at a bargain. Also one sot engine plows. ' ' AUTO AND .ELECTRIC ���f REPAIR SHOP '824 11th St. S., Rear Y. M. C A, ^ 19-6 AUCTiONEERS ' . Wo wish to announce that I'etor LoValloy and L, I, Nlchol-'Hoii have consnlldatejfl their In-;jtero�ts- as auelloneers and will conduct kales anywhere In the ;t)rovlnco.'Tho host of workman-fchip and' Batlataction guarauteod pr no pay. For sale dates, phono 1053 or '^06 Rural, / - , Youi'u foi' business,  iUoVALLEY AND WIGH0L80N ' Auotlonoera, CONPMICHRIW RCHELECTfFICERS . After the New Year'-s rally of the � Sunday Bcl)oola at the Wesley church, the jneinbers and friends of the Christian church gathered for dinner, which was prepared by- the ladles. After dinner a business session was hold at which the following"bttlcors were elected for the ensuing year: Sec-Treas., .Mrs. C. S. Knrrow; deacon. Dr. Marcus Dunaworth: Supt, Bible school, .Mrs. 0. L. Curtis; asalstant supt., Mrs. G. D. Dunsvvoi'th; recortling secretary. Miss Blanche Balderson; corresponding Bocretaiy; Dr. Marcus Dunsworth, Iloporta of tho past year showed tho c'hurch in good working ooridltlfon with a hopeful outloolc tor tho work'that Is before us, Por lack ot time several Importantvimttors were briefly con-slt\6red aiKtvWlll bo brought up at a 'meeting In-tho near future. Mrs, Q, D. Dunsworth, a woman ot great faith, haa hoeu a tireless worker as superlutondont of the Sunday school tcr tho past three years and retires from that ottlce with the good will of , the entire memborship. LinLEliMCIATES The following Is a copy of a letter received by Miss TlUey, Supt. ot the NurslnK Mission, and shows clearly Ijio ofJoct of the Herald's Goodfellow fund; � , Dear MlBB Tllley: 1 and two of my slatars want \o thank you for till the nice tlilnga sent to us throe and iny n\pthor.. It has boon so cold that v,'e could not go out. Mother says that It .those .who sent tho money hail only seen our tacas when we opened our Btootclngs, they wculd have been pretty .glad they .had given U, ' . ' Youra truly, - . , , A Doy-Klsht years OKI. the Dominion government, at prohibiting, for tjie time being, all undertakings not regarded as esfjon^ Hal to the country's full participation in the war, by requiring that all provincial, municipal nnd private flotations bs first approved by tho federal au. oiltios, and inforniB the-governmont ot Canada that it Ta the intention of tho Quebec Bovornmout to consider the regulations as illegal, unconstitutional and nowise binding upon the province ot Quebec. Gouln Quotes Authority Quebec, Jan. ."i.-Speaking today to tho Canadian Press on tho clash'of tha province of Qtiebeij with Ottawa on tho federal order In council relating to tho control on debentures Sir Loiiior Gouln said h^ could sum up the sltua-tlou In no better way than by stating the legal authority of whIcU he bases his staud. * "I have had tho legal advice," said Sir Lonier, ''ot Messrs. lHugeue Le-fleur and Alni,e Geoftrion, both with a strong reputation as legal advisors and hero Is their opinion; .  "Wo are ofTrlie oplnjon that tho or-der-in-councU passedlin thot TJ.\m\ of December by the federal govornmaut is ultra vires ns'far as thlai-prdor-rn-counetl affects provinces, municipalities and corporate corporations snb-mlttiid lo tho legislat vo authority ot provincial legislatures.-' TONIGHT Prices 10c-25c ffiw^^TBti"!'ri'iiJsi'TP'iim'iffl^T Wishing AllOur Patrons A Happy New Year. ""T^^B^A^i Greatest Screen Success A Masterly Modernized American Version of This Internationally Famous Sta^e Success. ALSO MISS BILLIE BURKE in "GLORIA'S ROMANCE" and Screamingly Funny L-KO Comedy. v. Big Sbov^ for the Money. This is the first of tho famous Triangle Pl.nys lo be seen at the Empress and it's ;i good ono. LATEST WEF-KLY AND CHARLIE CHAPLIN In a Second Run Comedy "THE FLOORWALKER" mm dOEBEC DISIGT Quebec, Jan. 3-Figures as to tho number of draftees received nt the Quebec district headquarters to-day, first day eat,for men to re-\ port, are unnyallaUle, owing to the orders having boen.facelvod froni Ottawa prohibiting the publication of such datn. However, It Is known that very few men have so far re-porled for active service, most oT  th^ pion liable to tonaorlptlon having thoir cacea under appeal, n Ottawa, Jan. 3.-That no licenses for any canneries he granted In northern British Columbia for at least five years Is ono ot the recommendations submitted by tho special commission appoint-od last summer to investigate tho conditions and requlromeuts otthe salmon fisheries In this district. Other recommendations made by tho coiniillasioners include the following: That no motor boats be allowed in salmon fishing for nt least five years; that companies owning two or moro caniiorlQs In any are^may be allowed 1 to consolidate their operations without | paying extra license; that no changes ; be made In tho number ot boats that may bo fished In tho different ureas; th^at "uttachdd" fishery licenses to individuals bo discontinued; that the licenses iu districts where there are poro cortltied fishermen than licenses should bo distributed amongst whit.e tlshemen, naturalized Japanese -and Indiima in proportloif to th^ population, ^ m TWO NIGHTS -STARTING NEXT M0N.JAN.7th McCULLOUCH AND EVANS OFFER (FOR THE FIRST TIME Ifi CANADA) THE NEW HEART-INTEREST PLAY OF LOVE AND DEVOTION er's Rosary' A SEQUEL TO "THE ROSARY" With the Distinguished Actor FRANK IRESON- AND A CAPABLE SUPPORTlTjG COMPANY A WONDERFUL NEW PLAY ENDORSED BY PUBLIC, PRESS AND PULPIT. SEAT SALE OPENS DAY I AT THEATRE OFFICE. Prices $1,75c, 50c wmsmmmm Z TOMORROW : >  � Nights........................ BOc, 350, 25o Saturday Matlnoe; Adults 25c; Children 10c 15 ;