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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta l 1" ;THB' AlffiklDGE DAILY . lTERALP the Atlantic Hfe Name Was Only Recently Heard. 1 - I i\ - it h �i + i" �4 i WHO;ia-von v&lentlrij? , W'haii - the if 1 rat rumor* of i , � the? resignation of Chanoel-Jlor Mtchaelltf' were'.'published a short time ago a name new to the Canadian public was mentioned in conjunction with Gorman ".high' politics. 'I In this-country people read'the 4n. the* political firmament this might Wibrvoh Valentin!, it in .safo toa'&BU.nie.'thc vwt mass of the iCanadian^publtetfftd never heird. An ja ma^V oC factrlilr altogether prob-able that-* �largo pfiroontago-pC the Qerman Puh|J9 n as never heard of him either. Yeti^fs In lino with the traamosfr oH/Wie- jfcouliar of CISc he hold* t)h^t hl^[nam� should be prominently^ ^mahtiphed- in, connection with the 741^ oiCKa Chancellor. For whoii ^oiu VeleiitinL like hia irrime&l- j jato predec^BS^ "h'oj'ds Conferences '1 (Wth rhetKbefsl^'of thtf Reichstag, ex-fpresBfts the^oplnion* of the JJJmperor, ja-nil bBoornes^romlnont' 1 n aho  pub] 1 c press, It 1�/^practical jy ft sure guess thai some one's p.olJtleal head is go- �ing to fall. " ; Rudolf von Valentin^ is ojilef of the th 1 triyy.pabin^^gphe ^eyrisin ^m^w-- i>j] or, Ho is not a part if'the Govern- menu Ho Jfl att'tvehed personally, as ar^ the other mfttnbers bt the rrlvy Cabinet, to tho^Kmperor. Me seldom makes any official public appoaranco, His name Is rarely,mentioned-In connection wjth* � Qovornmental affairs. No one,lcnown.exactly what^ he does or how herfde^K. '}. *-*When the Kalsor hftii made a per- sonal .decision of moment on6 of the members 6f the1 I'rivy Council i^fln the people wlio ought to Unow what it that his Majesty' has decided. It is usually ihe chief wlfd does this, and who tbecomes thereby the Kaiser's personal teprcsentatlve^tp carry his word to his .Government,-'.Thflt Is why von Valentlni>was In cbnferehfee with leaders of the'Reichstag about likel.v Biiccosex)rs. to Miclmellsc^,. Hert* von VftlenUni;^'^, quite a humble individual in the Gorman political world. Born October 3J.-.18ft5, at Crussow, ho heldi^at the time of his retlreraeh^rqm^thfe -reserve army, a commission as first lieutenant. In 1^8jB|v md\:Xf)8&f:he was district councillor" of Mamejn." in- 1000 he entered the Privy Cabinet, under Iaicruuq, ftn.d'Hii'J0.8^beoftrfie acting chief. Le Canada Says French-Canad ians Will.-Cfrbose*Their AlliesvWhen Seady iExecutiye #Ai|)ert^Federation of Labor Now' Here to Makei1 Arrangements t Preparation are b^Jng made today ifdr the opening of tH; annual co'nven-tion of tbe.Alberjja Federation of La^. �lior on" Monday in' the^ Labor Temple. ^President^rJ. \> Kinney arrived last flight fromAE3dmontonit> Alexi Ross, j Aft JL.A;; one qt ther.ylte-presiaentsjil^.in^ ,-|the city- from Calgary. Other ^em- ,fbers of .the executive arrived thts'X?- 'Jternooxi. ah'd ' session- of thev execu- v wtive is being held to; p}An the prpgrafn "^The ex,ecu:t4ve.c.onBl3fs\of President :JV A.- Kinney  of^EJdmonton/.^5ice*?-fes4-' cjdei^ta- Bmeod ^Miethbridge, Johnston of Medicine Hat; "^fheatiey of Bank-he ad, JohQlrTater-and &iex> Ros:s: Smitten^:^o^C%aM;^^ ^ .To the^Terald IBis�� morning Mr: Ross. wh^'rppreBents one of the Calgary sea^s.^t Edmonton a' labor tnember;' tec\ at Uh,e convention would disjuse several important matters, aruong tfiem; the factory act, which is V^|ui|ingf so much cjtacussibn among :the^.-3nerclia.nts^ the country over at1^^el present time. Mr. Ross states thatrhe js :'in favor of the principle ofWeatt^Which is to reduce the hours p^bt^thu^^uaking for greater ^efficiency; .-hut he admits _that there "-aro ineauaiitiesin the act, especially as it, af|ej?ts'tflieihe'rchaiita, which should J3e'! ^ehiedied; : He- cannot see why the^act1 should apply in rLetn-* bridget^|btlffi kacleod; ** As t6:j^e;Stpi'es closing on $atur-tifot eve^^g'^'Jr,, Ross" thinks that, by ft^p'eadfugW^t of the hours of thd staff, thisl^ll ;npt be � necessary. Part of the ata'ft.ian'go pn 4uty in the morn-ingr wbf^'ftill' six, - while 'part can go' on ati'nJDenj:ahd worjc till ten o'clock so long'^i^se, plerks who work part of the nightvsnift do not have to work more tharf-^^ht hours during the day. By\ thuiL^ea'djusting;^ the Saturday hours ofe^Weir staffs, the merchants ? ? > ^ O �?* > ? ? ^ COMMISSION ON " CO MP EN 8 AT I ON ACT Winnipeg, Jan. 5.-A royal commission*'to investigate 'the administration ; of: t|te Workmen's .Compensation Act., was appointed 'by the government today, as follows; William S. -Kallis, icbalrnian; .A.-R; D.'Pat-erspn, ^lderman A. W. Puttee. Montreaf. Jan.'fi.-Le Canada, al�o wants no representation In the union cabinet for the French Canadians. "The leaders of pur;province* decided to enter the confederation pact as associates?, and not as valets, and they Intend to remain in this position. They will never, In fact, accept the role of valets," It says. f f "We will delect our allies at the proper time and at our own convenience. Free in our movements," we will never recognize any other intereste than those of Canada.. All the campaign of the Borden Cabinet was directed against the province of Quebec, w/ith the object of winning the election by means of the Anglo-Saxon bloc; It is ity thus "cQnsftthted; conseqluenrly, wnafc figure'w&c&l Managed Givfen a: Presentation of Handsome Chair dent.'Mr^Konantz, Mr. Senn proposed the toast'of Canada and the allies and this .was ably? responded to by Mr. P^eck of Sweet Grass, Mont., and by Mr. Coburn. of Warner. "A very'pleasant feature wfls the presentation on behalf of the company and [ I agents b^r Mr. StaT,r of Bow'Island, of a'handsome Spanish leather chair to jf?. iJage, the manager at Lethbridge. Mr., ftage was taken by surprise but suitably replied. Mr. Syewfcrt gave a very fine address on the ro-operation between the yard managers ami the manager at Lethbridge. jirrHage. PAGE ximM llivlded up arfong all ihe'CajnacTlan ^ railways, i^res^ectl\ro oOhow have been roiAed.f It -ivas exb\khted&Z ' that this is a precautionary., step ?5i ? JdhttS? We^olmdlapdi ^an.; ri i. � of Calg|rv,wni keep ,at least 90 pet ient. of-'iSSvStore's open this evening/ There-'^lY^be tibout 50 delegates from out'il&pi pofnts _to/ the conven- ^tion> W4'p^'#itli- :ten from Lethbridge, will mak% in all. Mayor Hardie will delly^r-'an^address of welcome at the opening^session. h I 6IRt^!*fMAKE LEMON -JrjON TO WHITEN *****; \ ' - ed intoi p Vhole au, able lei* c /bf ihe^ '^should; r: pulp get; J _  In. aiy withers tb� skin and com- plexio|iC'0.ffi^V kept wonderfully clear, >&oft and^hjtt^by'th'e use of this (inex- poiisive ^e{nj|n'potion wJUch any girl or \voman ean;;eaDili' preiJare. \' �' Theljja^fH^'ffesb lemons strain- ottle t containing. three* V; whito makes a l)int of the most reniark- IdnY-beaiitiflsr at about pay for,a small ijar ay (CQld- creams/ .Care W ,to.' strain, the aemon fine, cloth so no lemon i'en, this lotion will keep fresh Yqj^&MdM^ Every woman knows v'"lhat. '^lip^^ is "Used to^bleachj andi-rempfe^|i'ch^blemishes as-fredk- les, ?dilpte;^ pharmaey'ahd" ally should: CM..Jtrefhen1 bleach and mCMm*- hiddelz :beauty7 -i^who: will inake^fc J By a^eorganiiation of tlj'e cabinet ef fected today, PremlerrlSJect.. William J Lloyd, leader! ottfae PisU^rman's union 1 party, is .enabled to retain-power ami. will probably be able to" conduct the government of the colony until the general election. -1 Mr. Lloyd, |Ueiineci088Oj|: *-pt-,.Sfr Kd-r ward Mof ris, ^o''h'^\ce8i^e:d/>tb--tak^' up Ms1 home complications ar ^.,7, , . , tion: of three ^ltniftte'ra yesterday, by reducing the cabinetftb nine^nVeinbe^ instead qf retadjtlin^Hesenla^ged ministry of 12 created last July. - \ The former members of the cabinet who 'dfd not resign are retained. The seat of Sir Edwarji Morris is filled by J the appointment of William Woodford as minister' of ^JubHc^works. The premier-elect assies fthe^seat* ,of minister of justice, � Under the rearrarigexhent the remainder %of the cabinet is as follows: -| Michael Gashjn,, minister- of-iinance and [customs. ., , / Walter Half yard, colonial secretary. John Crosbie, ministeii�of militia. , ^Augustus .Cliftr^hiinister of"agriculture Enti.niinesi, f^:^. William* EUfs, leader^of the upper house. William Coaker and Albert Hickman, 4* ' Can your child rea?d'ihteiHgeptly a^nd tel! you interestingly and cortWtl^/ahpu^ even stalled'on the road'tb ah'education. ' /"-^ ^ $t js'Spt enough to�kn^fr'tj^at salt conies out o| ^he-eartii and sea. or.thJtsitgarPis obtained from sugar-cane i ' they fta^ped-weV piu^ kn^r.every step in tW processes by whicfcjIlie^etTtiinigVare obtained and'made ut........_ \uild 'tMii: -ieayitifm^efs,hx(- . ..... . . about the familiar, thingsv-which he, sees around ;nim#;If hot/ he"r is not and- beet-roots, of that rubber flows from certain use of.-a- We----- -------- ' "'-�-V. TM. - * 7 ' H i r ij . 1 Place THE BOOK OF KNOWLEDGE in your so ch;eap. THE- BOOK LQF KNOWLEDGE is the, sinipiest^cheme ot.kiiowledge I tiome^KQur child .will grow^^i - THE4BOOK v6F" EI possesses in >;a thousands of deUghtful,edu^^^ in a striking and ''artis^m'ah^r, and ^througli the eye during theiaviWryeara = -*--:i- > i - � In the household where  TH E BOOK OF KNOWLEDGE has become the source-of joy and usefulness it is just a ^common, a thihg'td see father or^ mother,, ^f4u^li/SS&; absorbed in the volumes -as, tji^children. Everybody* wants to know, butnobody wants to be told W a prosy an/1 uninteresting manners >The,world of knowledge is also^the.^-'"^ wld of romance, and--vrlie^the: two thing* can be brouht together, as"lu^this-.remark:a"ble work/ther to find out. ��-  -'"^ '�' "V.;/ there is not am ani-woman or child who can fail _ F j _ .'Jan;J4^ " into, the rskitb - - *b hiiiifl1 ling of ,filyi/!%ula^pbr;'^e' piw fAlbe.rJ^*afr,-a>e^tek^ D McGTOBoW^fe:^� t^?o * 1 V s* pictut%s;