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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IRAQIS SIX THE LETHUniDGE DAILY ;HERAtD TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1015 E F. A. TO AFFILIATE (continwru FROM FRONT PaOIU Delegate Bellamy of Medicine Hal BlRteftdy^at if the Federation desired the support of the farmers In the political field as had been hinted, that lahor ought to be ready to meet the farmei-s and settle their differences amlcablj\ Delegate Wheatley of Bankhead was very strongly against the resolution, speaking three or four times in his effort to prevent the resolution from going tlirough. He thought the wage earners and farmers had many things In common. The door should be left open to the farmers and a strong effort made to get them Into the orgai-izaflon- DelegaJc Knott, of Edmonton, thought that as the province would be agricultural rather than Industrial for many years to come it probably would make very little difference for a while. IJe thought also that the farmers and the wage earners w(ve the two most xpldited classes in.tbe'province. Delegate Farmllo was strongly kfainst striking out the U.F.A. for political reasons. Delegate Reid said tha tT.F.A- was an organization for the purpose of catting out the middleman as much Ml possible and had nothing to do iu the Industrial field. Another delegate advised the delegates prei�ot to go out and work tor � farmer and find out. The farmers, ha said, try to keep down the wages of men who' work in the harvest fields, and cases had been known where har-' Testers .had to strike to get wages and decent working conditions. Delegate Vickrage thought the farmers should be kept from the roll but as soon as the farm laborers organised the latter should be taken In. Delegate Tallon thourbt the wage earners could do their business best In their own organization while the farmers could continue to do their" business through the U.F.A. Then let them come together on the political field. . A niiner delegate who-works In a amall mine declared that the farmers In bis district competed with him during the winter months, cutting the labor, coat, whereas in summer when he went out to work on their farms he worked from four o'clock In the morning until late at night. He wanted tjo farmers In the organiza-� tton: to led iFreshandFlt T. C. Milnes, Ltd., Claresholm has been incorporated with a capital of $500,000. . 10 GENT "DUSK' BEST LAXAiniE FOR UVERfD BOWELS Pbh't Stay Conatipated, Headachy D^-Stoma^ Sour. No odds how bad your liver, stomach or bowels; how much your he.id aches, how miserable and uncomfortable you are from a cold, constipation, biliousness and alugglsh bowels-you always get relief with Cascarets. Don't let. your stomach, Uver and bowels make you miserable. Take Caacare^ tonight; put an end to the headachti, billousneea, dizziness, ner Toiianess, sick, sour, gassy stomaeb. bad cold, otfenslve breath and all other dlatreia; cleanse your inside organs of all the bile, gaaes and con-stipatad matter which is producing the mlaery. A-10- cent box means health, happi-neaa and a clear head for months. All druggists sell Cascarets. Don't forget the children^rtbeir little Insldes need a gentle cleanalng, too.-Advert Ross explained (hat the net did not force merchants to close their stores on Saturday evenltvKs but merely to arrange the hours of labor of the employees so that they'win conform- to the act. Mr. Ross said the Hiidsoa's Bay Co. here had shown a fine spirit on Saturday last by refusing to open certain departments during the evening because their competitors had been unable to arrange their staffs-to keep open. The company had admitted In print that the act is a benefit to the employees. Mr. Roper ot Edmonton said the apprentice clause ought to be amended. Delegate Farmllo urged that the trades unlonlnts should not seek amendments at this time. He also spoke against (he principle of overtime. The discussion of the Electrical Workers Act, for which the electricians are asking amendments, was left over until the oompilttee could secure further information. IMaster and Servants Act An amendment to this act was put forward by the committee to place employers on the same footing as the em-1 ployees. The present act, it was claimed, was all In favor of the employers. Delegate Victrage declared for asking that^the act be abrogated, claiming that it was nothing but a piece of legislation to make good fat Jobs for the lawyers. Delegate Wheatley was of the same opinion, and on a motion being put to ask for the deletion of the act from the statutes it carried by 36 do 3. Theatraa Act , Amendments to this act are to be asked-in connection with the control of operatives, but the electrical work-era asked that consideration be left over and referred back to the committee. - Mechantca Lien Act An amendment was urged giving wage earners a prloV right in liens against buildings In course of erection, rather than being fifth on the list as la the case novr- Delegate Vlctaage wanted all law abolished that one had to secure a lawyer to use. The amendment carried, and. will be asked for at tho coming aession ot the legislature. Against Onew l^bfidge Branch-- R. T. Brymner, Mgr. (From Our Own Corresponaent) Taber, Jan. 7.-Today Miss Mary Blue, MlBs Jessie Shields and Messrs. Bernard JStalo and Alex Callum returned to their respective schools In Edmonton and Calgary, after having spent Christmas at home. Miss Helen Bryan and Messrs. Harold Hammaa and Willie Gidnian left last Thursday to resume classes in Alberta University, Edmonton. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. BlHlgmler spent Friday and Saturday in Calgary. The Taber hospital under the charge of Dr. Hamman, he.8 been open for business for some time now. L,aBt week Miss McLeod of Calgary, was Installed as matron.".^ Mr. P. E. Hawkins, barrister, of Estevan, Sask., has become a partner in the,firm of Prowse and Lyons, and begins practice in town; He will re side ,in tie Doctor Leech' residence, �which he has purchased. Mrs. George Millar and family leave this week to spend a month in Van oouver. The churches ot Taber loyally ob served Sunday as a day of Prayer and Thanksgiving, according to the King's proclamation,' and report larger congregations than usual. The C. E. Society of Knox church, held a very successful social on Mew Year's night In tiie lecture room of the church. Mr./H. Anderson, who has been confined l;o the house with, a bad attack ot quinsy, Is about again and 'carrying on", at the old btand. iileiitenant Thomas Sneddon arrived home Christmas day, on a six months' furlough, it is good to see him back and still better to hear his interesting conversation "on the war, , , The boys' teen age classes In the ^resljyterlan, Anglican and Methodist churches are uniting to carry out their mid-week activities. Thelriflrst meet ing will be oa Tuesday evening In Knox church. � Mrs. jaoblnson, Mrs, Powell, Mrs. Lynd and Mrs. Bryan went dele gates from Knox church W.M.S. to the Macleod Presbyterial that was held in Lethbridge on Jan. 3rd. Thev report a most interestini: and successful con; ventlon. This evening (Tuesday) Miss Mitchell, travelling secretary of the Presbyterian W. M. S., addresses the ladies ot Knox church bn\'Mi8aion8. The citizens of Taber wfelcome the prohibition measure ot the fiew Union government. Judging by the number of beer and whiskey cases stacked up around the expre'ssvofflce those: days it is clear that ^ome of our citizens at least have a firm conviction that . the Union government means business. We would like'to enter a mUd complaint on, the wretched Qonditlon of sonfe of our street crossings i^i this muddy weather, but remembering how much worse off Barnwell and Purple Springs are, we endure In'silence.. Some of our worthy citizens spent New Year's day, bailing w^tbr out of their cellars. One man is reported to have carried out i 400 pails and aben gone some. , The tropical weather ot the ;paBt week has put'curling on the blink.'The old-timers at the game, however, chew the cud of past victorJes and predict two months yet of good ice) Ih which to clean up Lethljrld'ge,' Maclebd, Fer nle, et. al. ' j, " � � The annual congregational, meeting ot the Presbyterian church will be held on Wednesday at 8 p.in. As yet, none ot our young R\enHa\;e been called out under the Military Service Act. Miss Slbbie Hesketh returned on Saturday to Raley, Where she is teach ing school. / Mrs. Nuss and Miss Hattle Nuss spent Saturdajr in Lethbridge. ' It looks good to ae6,Mr. Sam'Mc-CoUback in Taber tor the winter and prancing, to jump Into the *Voarln game," �''  . i LABOR LOYALTY WEEtJi Ntnv York, Jan. 8.-A procla^titloh calling tor the observance ola natloi al labor loyalty week in comioctlo' with the celebration, of. Lincoln's Birthday, with the .ftifiaHlonal purpose of "combatting the Insidious forces ot pro-Oorroan and anti-Oerraan propa ganda" was issued today l)y the Am ericun Alliance (or Lak)>r �3d Oem ocracy. Decide This Act^t Annual Meeting--New OfficcnH-Piow- I ing at Glfenwood . , S (From Our Own^ CorrcspondeBtl Cardstbn, Jan. 5,-|-There was a big attendance ot the farmers at their annual meoting for the Cnrdston U. F. A. hold in the* Cahoun Hull last week. The reprosoutnllves frmn the outlying districts were miich In evidence, as Aetna, Benzor, Leavllt, Harrlsville and Glen wood were to the fore with some ot their heat men, AVhilo the Cardstbn local was started late last spring, It hna been a very active union and has helped the other locals not a little in buying oapeciallyi Nearly ?10,000 worth, ot siippllea have passed through this organization In a tew, short months. The secretary reported some five ears of fruit, two of flour and feed, two of coal, one of potatoes, three. of "posts and one each of potatoes, postsj and onions as having been handled 'to beueflt tho farmers. �  ' The question of makhig up a big central union at Cardston Is maintaining locals and nttillatlng with It was discussed, at some length as with the hamlet system of settlement the object became more commercial than social in these organizations. After remarks by Messrs. yv. O-Smith Of Leavitt, H. Jl. Gardner, president n't Aetna; Edward Leavitt bf Glenwood, John P. Parrish, secretary at Cardston and J. P. Low, first vlce- In^titiiiinn U finw nnvn-lfliv �^residential Cardston, it was decided insntution is JXOW Upen-Uay i^j, ^g^p ji,e local branches as active as possible and for these to co-^v plant near the station w^s expiained by Manager Sylvester Low ot this organization. Considerable discussion and explanation followed. t': \ The elevator .question was settled when Mr. John S. Sn'ilfh, moved and Mr. W. G. Smith gave a second tb the following;, "That the U. P. A. organizations centering .at Cardston for their market, proceed to build an elevator affiliating with the United Grain Growers," the .motion carrying unanimously. _ {New Offleers The election of iiew ottrcers for the Cardston branch ot the U. F. A. resulted in.a series ot'acctatnations, Messrs. J. H. Anderson (president), J. P. Low (1st vice-pres,), TIww.. A. Anderson (2nd vico-pres.), Jnb:'T", Parrls)! (secretary), all having aetved so ably.08 to^unite all present in a desire tor their further efforts. Some new bipod was put In to;the!directorate elected as follows: . U A. Moore,-J. A. Hammer, John ,g,^ftmlth, E.viN. Weeks and Geo. ^A. Duce b^ing unanimously sustained. � . The delegates ,foE/ annual jcon-ventlon were named as Pr'eklde'nt Jas. H. Anderson, Secretary Jno. P./Parrish, and Directors Geo. A. Duco and Langley A. .Moore, with any others who could make it possible to attend. It was also decided to hold the regular meetings on the last Saturday oj the month at.2 p.m. in the Cahoun Hall and all outlying locals'were urged to send representatives on that day. Plowing at'GlenWood. The fine weather is causing the ice to go out ot the rivers and today word was received by Proa. Wool! ^hat plowing was proceeding on Mr. B/ A. Law's farm just west ot Glenwood, How isi'that tor January, weathe'r? Cars are running' iti all 'directions and the roa:d8 are,, excellent. New cars are being fitted up and the garages are airworklng merrily. - Thb new building of the Cardston Motor Co. Is going ahead these tlne^ days. .An Accident While branding , cattle at Spring Coulee, Mr. Fred Brestler, had a three year old steer,fall on bla'leg, causing a bad break! between the knee and the anVle. Dr. Dice ofMagrath was close by and soon set the limb and fixed ijp the patient sp that he could be conveyed to his home recently purchased In Cardston where he Is resting com fortably. Benefit Concert. The new management ofi the Palace Theatre showed much. Initiative wjth local musical talent in ;i>utting on fine program tor tho benefit of the family of Pte. Preston = Young, whoso oldest son recently died of smallpox, nearly all the seven children nerafiin-Ing were also, aftllctcdi Approximate-iy Po went to hgli) .the good lady and her children. f �A program of fine songs' between the six reels shown, made a,splendid evening's, entertaimnent. Reginiqntal song by a double mixed quartette consisting ot Mrs. Lexie Burton, Misses j^niile and 'Helen" Walker and Mrs. Winnie Brown^ilkins, with Messrs, J. P. Layne, Jpo. S.j Smith Wm. T. Merldew and Af,^, Cure was given'a deserved recall, while Master Ch^B. Walker in his sbjig !'Jock Mc Graw" was encored %nd. responded with "Crack th? Whip.'.' A^soprano solo, "Qd4 bring you Saleiy HotQe Again," by'. MisB Luella Steed was well received, a% was yie mall ^fluln-tett*. "MassB'B in d* cold, cold ground." , (' A tablaaji song of tlie"I)ylng Soldier by Master Chas. Walker and his sister Joan, was Duk instead of ordinary dintflieat , 1st. B^caiiii^ Zam-Buk has superior �bbthlAg 'ahd haaiUng power. This is due to its unique cOOi. position; ZanifBuk iicomposed exclusively of herbtl extracts and vegetable oils and is 100% medicine. 2nd. becatkiae Zam-Buk curea are permanent* This is owing to the fact thjiit the oils and extracts of which Zam-Buk iscbtuposcd �re so blended and refined that its ^ower of pehetrationis extraordinary. While ordinary ointment ire-^vinaliiiibn the surface skin, Zam-BukUterally soaks through to the undierlying tissues, ahd dditrdys skiti diseases at their very roots. In thill way, bnly, can a permanent cure be effected. 3rd. Because come rancid. It is. therefore, just as good to the last application. The reliability of this herbal remedy has established it as the household balm wherever it lias been used. If ybii have not already tried it see our tree trial offer below. Zam-Duk has been proved unequalled' for eczema, rinarworra, abscesses, ulcei's/cunning sores, bad legs, blood-poisoning,' piles, boils, pimples, burns, scalds and cuts. All dealers or ZamOBuk Go., Toronto. 50c. a box, 3for$U5. Zam-Buk is antiaeptic. In other words germs cannotliive whefe Zam-Buk is applied. This prevents any danger from fester- ' ing or blood-poisoning. ' 4th. Because Zam-Buk is pure. Its purity is due to its herbal composition, and this particularly commends Zam-Buk to mothers. ,5th. Because Zam-Buk is economical. Owing to its freedom from animal fat Zam-Buk cannot be- Send this coniwa anil Ic stamp (for return postage) and free trial l>ox m-lil besent you. ER Amsterdam, Jan, '.-German newspapers containing comment on Premier Lloyd George's war aims speecli of Saturday reached, Amsterdam today. The Vosslsche Zeltung of Berlin, says: "This; the first, tangible British peace otter, is a; fresh indication of onr strength and n proof ot England's weakness. Peace conditions at the expense ot our allies are inacceptable to us; likewise, peace terms offering the return of our colonies in exchange for reinforcement of the British position in Asia. 'Lloyd George has made It clear to our allies that the Gorman armies are | fighting in the west at least as much ' for them as for Germany." . "The Yolks Zeltung: "Lloyd George's declarations show a tone in regai'd to us which Is indeed changed, but the old Imperialistic.aims are wholly maintained. The British premier belies his first declaration that he does not desire the destruction of Germany by his subsequent statement Umt he wishes to detach Al8ace-Lorr|Llne and. give to Poland portions ot Prussian territory in the oast. Despite assurances to the contrary, he also wishes to rob Austria-Hungary and Turkey." The Lokal Anzeiger: "Under a flow of phrase Is apparent the old desire to smash Germany's power forever and safeguard England's power forever. The answer to this will be spoken by our armies'in the west and by our U-b'oats." I^on, as a sentiment ot having accomplished a duty,, painful though It maybe, yet assigned to us by the leaders of the nation, should be an encouragement to go ahead. We consider in tact, that the conscript has even more merit than, his brother in arms, the volunteer. Under the volunteer system. In a great number ot cases, tho departure of the cltleen tor the front is subject to all sorts ot considerations which have nothing to do jvlth patriotism or devotion to the great cause. Taste tor adventure, family jars and other reasons have determined many volunteers to take part in the jproBent war. This will not, however, prevent either the one or tho other signalizing by brave acts, as much devotion to 'the country as any other soldier." ALLEGED SPY HAD Tacoma, Wash., Jan. 7.-Intimate knowledge of Pacific coast tortlfica-tlona, personnel of the arlny and navy 9ti'd ability to name almost every American ship sunk by Germany up to last July were possessed ))y Thomas' H. Uitter, alleged spy, held at Camp Lewis, according to military authority. Rltter was r9glinontal sergeant major ot the Ninoiy-Pirst Division at tho cantonment ahd was In charge of tho distribution of mall and papers. Details of the alleged conspiracy have not been made public. Montreal, Jan. 7.-La Presa.e, discussing the enforcement o| the, Military Service Act, says: '"This Is hot the time when we should discuss the merits of the law. Each one of us will understand that the wisest way out is to conform to the law which the authorities judge to be tho best one for the country. The sacrifice Is a great,one, ot course, tor torallles as well as Individuals, but a courageous and worthy submission to the law ot the laml always brings its own reward. Let our men especially avoid being gu'ded by the-foar of persecu-! FEW CENTS DESTROYS YOUR DANBRUF STOPS FALLING HI Save VoUr Halrl Make It Thick, Wavy arid Beautiful-Try Thlsl Remember to JAN. 9 TOMORROW Vote JAN.9 oil '**Electric By-Law" POLLING STATIONS AT ^CENTRAL SCHOOL, SOUTH LETHBIUDGE and . WESTMINSTER SCHOOL, NORTH LETHBRIDGE ^ Also remember when marking your ballot: ^hat if this By-law does not carry-power will certainly'have to be shut off before you can reconsider matters and install the necessary .plant. , Tliat if the By-law does carry it will be March, 1919 before the machinery can be secured and installed.; / That this expenditure yill not effect your taxes as the earnings of the Electric Department will be sufflc| ier^^ to meft the payments. POLLS OPEN UNTIL 8.00 P.M. , ' M. FREEMAN, Commiesioner Public Utflitiet. Thin, brittle^ colorless and scraggy jiair is mute'evidence ot a neglected BCi.lp; of danrtvutt that awful scurf \-There Is'notnlnu so destructlvo to the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair pf'Its. lustre, its strength and Its very i(fer eventually prciducing a feverish-neaa and itchinig of the scalp, which if not remedied causes the hair roots to shrink, loosen and  dle--then tho liair falls out fast. A' little Danderine' tonight-now-any time-will surely save your hair, . Get a small bottle of Knowlton'fi jDapdcrlno from any drug store or toilet counter, and utter the first appli-edition your hnlc will take on that life, Itistro and luxuriance whlijb is so bPBUtitul; It will become iwftvy ahd fluffy and have the appearance of ahundanno, an incomparable gJosK and softness;-hut what will*plqaae^you mgst will he latter just a few'weeks' use when you will actually see a lot of tine, downy hair-new hair--grow RAFFLE OF PIANO For Soldiers' Families Messra. A. M: Grace, A. M, GrlgO) A. Raworth, J, B. Titrney, H. W. Crawford, E. C. Gullbauit, Thoa. QMinn, O. B. Edgett and L. W, Clark, have presented a Grand Piano to the Veteran* hero for ,the benefit of the loldlera' famlllea. Thia will be raffled off. TICKETS $1.00 Thea*-,roay lie procured from tha two Chapter* of tho I. O. D, E,, the Next-of-Kin ai;d the Vetorani. and tho United States, ... - _____ _ coding with God Save the^kluf." M�o acalp.-Advcniiteinent, l.V^ ;