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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 'MUMMY, .UXi'AlVY '13, UU iK DAILY VETERANS OF ALBERTA PAGE ICONTINlIEli KHOM FHONT PAOK) money in tho Interests of tho returael in en, to address tho meeting. Mayor Hardlt The mayor welcomed ihe conven- llon and that it would bo yro- liuctiYO o! much lu their past the men had shown (bat were Uioughtful. As they handle matters at ILIs convention with care ami justit'0 they will benefit tliB whole ut Ciuuida. Wo have seen, he satU, c-u tho comment who These will not benefit luew. Tbere Province. The elites were greatly orgiown, There was ft great de-al ol imemployiuenl thlnga iverft out of balance. The reason waa that we had thQ wrong kiutl o! immigration, many city peoplo, and too few far- mers. Mr. Maruodi nauieJ tho aims and objects ot the Reconstruction lee. Thero are difficult times ahead, but the difficulties can be solved by patience. energy, and confid- ence. There has been a considerably amount of talk about our soldiers bo- coming tarmers. Ot this he was jath- uo soldiers In Canada.' er skeptical. The men ivlii; went away tbe.v wyre as sano 33 the soldiers in are iLe same >vho reinrn. How liroat Uritaln. Tho people will stand j many ttieu will really want to liy them, bul will not countenance any- worst How many will have Ihe real thitig ol IlolEhevlsm. I'roBiierily Is 1m- without the- soldier being happy and contented, at Ilia same, time the civil uopulatioti. in iho matter ot ploy me lit, havo to meet with con- sideration, and to (his the soldiers cannot but sensibly agree. Two bil- lions were spent by Canada iu the war, and tho like sum. or lull might well tw spent in peace limo In meeting the Ilty and And don't lorgtt their wlvea and Jamil lei, Many hare been Cir- culated about free Uod, Tour assoc- iation boa wisely taken to Bend tneseeugars oTcr to the old country to give relUWo inloncalJon la reganl to this. In retard to the coal mining sit- uation It was well to remember that by far the greatest portion ol the present needs. Everything necessary j labor that has always beon engaged in should be done (or ibo returned Industry in Alberta has not been ier. He couhl not express Kin grutl- j native born, or Tram Great Urttaiu, or tiulo to them for what they had done. United States. V.'o were under obligation lo them we I There have been, during the war, uu- coulil never-repay. Uo had no con- f fortunate happenings and riots over trol over tho provincial police1, but as j the alluged engaging ol foreigners In far ns city police were concerned I the Tvorfc, that H was thought, should ".fty locked upL and the delegates liave been done liy our own people. Hut there was the fact that seventy cent ot our miners In I .elfa bridge lor instance, wcro foicignera, and would have to be interned ami where WAS tho coal lo cotno from? It'will he the endeavor of Iho Leih to tho convention had the freedom ol Ihe city. Pres. Marnoch President Marnoch next u-eJconu-u the convention! The association ho Raid, has many ressionaibJo duties be- fore it. "Yon havo already done son.fi fioofl TV ark for your comrades, and cuvuuiugu. purptiEo ot me have gathered to yourselves public an- citizens of Hits city and dlsUfcl lo aid i omfi uriago Hecoiiatructlon Committee lo and j encourage the fixed purpnKo ot the proval and help by wise guidance of your affairs. We have come to the period ofrcconstructlon, which means in every possible manuur in the re- GBtabltahiiient of our soldiers In the occupation of civil lire, anj in finding many things. serial. poUtirul ami econ- Ruttable occupation for fhose of them oinlo." What little he had to say hvho are Incapacitated by the loss of would dc.il only wfih the economic bread and butter. As far as tho Jjclii bridge Ucconstruction Committee is concerned, it ban natur- ally been thfnhfug mainly about Lelh- bridgc, and the immediate district .here, but conditions are more or lesa fcimllar in all of the districts ot the liinba or olhenvtse, and also to co- operate In these 'matterB- tho II on (hat yod hotv inaur good farmers be attracted to our I'rovince, If there is one other point that should mentioned, it is that It .will bd well i! we OHII retain all tht-, coal mining labor thai wo need. There 1 is jusi u tendency noticeable for some j of tbat labor lo relura to the country of its origin; aud that would not. bet serious If our people liked that work; j Ijiit tho (act is, tney don't. Tho feiLterLfthimeat of the Great j Veterans' convention delegates and I the meialxjrs of the local branch ot i tha organization tonight is in the i hands ot the Rotary Club, who UKwle for a smoker to be he 14 iu tho K. of P. hall. program will roasts t of sonjs, re- freshments, "with a touch ol Mouto Carlo to wind up ihe evening. a Dumber of local citrous hi.vo bti-n asked to Join iu iho evening's luti. Premier Sxowart will .by ori pi Uie at the Grfat Vet- erans' Association, In of the announcement -inado ronie lime ago that he would be unable lo be nix-s- ent Tflo aEaosmeetfient that he would be present on Wednesday vras mode this morning by Howard Stulch- is ihe measure of a bnu'-.v i-ervie. due to thp rapid expansion oil count. Tho showing thus m unn-lnUrefcUiearlng deposits. Tn'a! complete Justification of th iaWl'tics to tint public arc- now prising and policv ttgahm a year l Volume of Continues To Expand, -and Profits are Extremely Satisfactory An Excellent A Utrge increase in itife thy outstanding CeiUm- ul" ;iie ;m-: nual repurt of the I'mou itunk Cmi-'' iJa for the year 1318, Just b-.-n ir.adf iiub- lit'. A substantial it A natural of Cue In Ceased volutno ol loans i the marked improvement In profiu >r 191S. These yniouiited to iagMnsi in 191V, and in 1536 but increased henelil to .the aliareholders (9 far in esct'ib ot what (B by tbia for, while In botl) ami 191T it was ne- in appropriate to toaliDgencted anrt tiie 1 iloa ot asffets, no such provision iva? ne-teswry this year, ajid ilie '.vhole profits after payment of war tax. ptu- jloti gran! aud of oharH- able and pairlouc uouatSons was avail- able far dividends or to back into business. The euin thus availihtii to beinK about S.S tetl1- on und resi acwurjl. antl was dislri- bmod to .sharohotJpra noiv lu the of a straigln per cent, div y tho nianagement a'-'J directori ILe laet few years. BULGARIA'S LOSSES SOFIA. Jan. lossts in war were: Killed and missing wounded. 3-VS2C. Quickly Reliaved By "Frult-a-tiKes" FAMOUS ACTOR DEAD I LONDON, Jan. 13.--Sir P.Q. ttpyndhanv_ tin- actor. in Ur.rtoo for loany years with 1 H Riormilg-_______ I STRIKE N'KW VOK.S', Jan li' Yu.-k'a harbor slriku ended turfay by ISK- de> tision of IC.'iOvi membf-rs of Workers' affiliation 10 Ttjtnm Vfttionat U'ar bosrd. A neighbor loatis'la also noted. whkh ;dtluJ' ct 8 per l'eilt- wilh a l af'er an nines? uf less than I sacrelar.v of the returned sol- diers' department of the provincial governmentt who is attending con- t to thf> tuniniercial an 1 busi- ness of ilit- country, lut-s -jpon cur-' tailed during tlie last fnw not i only by the anxiety cf bank'M'.'i to their funds liciulJ, Lut also by per ceti. transferret! WUH illQ lllULJgti aUSUlUlUiy HQlUing 15 OCIUfl llurcau of Labor about to he establish-! said atiout it in official circles, rumors i til in Lethhridge, and ivlth the Al- berla Returned SoMlerS' Commission. may ho heard on every corner lo the, effect that the ban. is lo be placed on j Mr. Marnocli expressed thp opinion the restricted area on Thursday of that the future depends largely In this j this -ft-eek, and that the denizens province on the success of agriculture What Everywoman Knows Every year, dress fabrics are becoming sheerer and the colors more dainty. The ordeal of tru.ting the delicate garments to "aoap and however., is done away by the use ol Lux, You may quite free, to byy .the daintiest .blouse or underwear your purse can without a tit of worry about the washing of them. "You keep them fresh and new the Lux simply dipping them up and down in the creamy, copious Lux suda with never a bil of rubbing lo injure them. Ltu Kon'l hurl anylhtng ihal pure ifatcr Ustlf may touch. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO. NOW OPEN ery Variety of COiiST FISH With Every Variety of Krcsli, frojcii, sailed, Scolch cured style, smoked and .ill olher varieties of shell fish and fresh Wf.ler fish. have nn ngent In Vnncourer irho -irlll shlp.lo us every second day, BO customers nre assured of the best fresh fish. Also will handle groceries, butter, poultry, vegetables and all of .canned fiih. BRING YOUR BUTTEK, EOOS AND POULTRY TO US, WE PAY PASH. Vancouver Fish Market CPALDALE BLOCK No, d pontrp) .License Applletl For, tho district have iewived their walk- ing papers orders to art before Usat