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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE SIX THE LETimmnOE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, JANUARY 22.1918 Expects Conscription of Labor in Canada Shortly "I wouldn't lie surprised in the least. if an order were issued noxt week for the conscription ol labor in Canada." .said Alex. Hops, 1U.L.A.. of Calgary, i-o the Herald this morn ins. Mr. Ross ) travelling fast in that direction.'* The Coming Session Dismissing the coming session of the provincial legislature in which Mr. Ross will sti i\>r tho first time next month, he says thr.t amoua .'he import- is in the cliy.on u short visit. In v;ew , it^ms v:ju bo the creation of a of the fact thru Mr, Ross is one of tho leading labor men ot the west, h'.s opinion is significant. Mr. Ross is inclined to think that conscription of labor at first will he pari cularly aimed a1. sorurin;? a sui- highways board, the compensation art and The determining of the proper method oT raising the Patriotic Fund subscription oi the province. In this latter connection there is a difference of opinion among the members of the E A T S Local Fair Dates May B� Fixed in Month of July Lethbridge fair- wili he held either the soeond or third week of .July instead of the fivat week of August as ! had previously been decided, and tho directors will, if possible, insure tho fair and slnmpedo against loss in pate receipts due to rainy weather. Ltoyds will be asked to tak.* this insuratuv and President Fairfield of flu* hoard is now preparing :i table of tht: vreatU- iu ion* .supply of farm labor, th :; conscription of labor He says ; legislature. Some think the govern-under j uunu should place the onus of raising! in the Vnitcd Suites in order to tn0 {xn^ ou the municipalities, while ^i: eh* the inivtorrant industries such as v.'vming. mining ami munitions m^V.ng, and it appears as if the same must com*? here. In this connection he sees in the near future :t much jrre.it or of fori towards state control of not only lobar but Industrie?, and de. lares that the whole world is moving towards ownership by the people of ihr social structure. _ "�Something must b*� done in con-necMo." with tho retimed soldiers," he continued. "In Calgary w� have a number of returned men walking the *tre*:U. una'.do to get work. Discharged men are joining the forct s again, being unable to pet work in1'! being unable ai:?:i to live on their pensions. It is up to the people through the gov-j Koss' is ,of The opinion that important erninout to rectify this state of aM i hanges will be made. The main plea fairs, and control of industries by the j presented to the special commission goverzime.rt: is the feasible manner of; in Calgary was for an open Saturday brinsing^abouf :\ station. It is a soc- J night in the retail stores. He expects ialistic movement but the world is 1 the same argument to be made here. others think it should be by means of an income tax for that purpose. Favors Preferential Ballot. The Calgary member anticipates some fun in committee, when the proposed Lethbridge charter amendment doin.ir away with the preferential form of ballot for civic elections comes up. Mr. Ross is strong for proportional representation, and while the preferential ballot is widely divergent from that form, the underlying principle is much the same in both oases. Mr. Ko3S may be expected to oppose the return to the straight ballot in Lethbridge charter. Factory Act Discussing the Factory Act. LABOR MEN WILL accrue from year to year In order to provide an insurance fund. Tho mayor wilt lfty tho matter before tho other, members of the council, but in tho meantime an effort will bo made to secure insurance against rain. ' ETnuUee ? AAA *;* A ? V itted by the labor organisations of ^f� *^� ristol, Norwich, Leicester and York. CItate a lund imn w,wt PI0I1W mi�nc is made in four resolutions to be sub-in Bristol A demand that labor be permitted representation in the eventual peace congress of the belligerent powers, or j that an international labor conference j be held simultaneously with the peace congress, is set forth by labor bodies of Great Yarmouth and Bristol. Withdrawal of all labor members | from ministerial of|ices under the present government is demanded in j eight resolutions prepared by the British Socialist party or by labor bodies, on the ground that continuance of labor members in the service of a government which "permits exploitation of the people by the capitalists" is contrary to laborjnterests and a violatfbn of the party constitution. Denounces Food Thieves One such resolution from Kast Ham bases its demands on "the continual bare-faced robbery of the people by the food pirates," and suggests that might be made. 000, entry fees of $1000, government surrounding. The | grants of $0500, privileges $1000, and other donations and receipts ng the total up to $27,100. tfter all meetings of the board This was agreeable j will be called for 1 fcm, in order to city j give the southern directors a better opportunity to attend. I i ALSACE s: ed to handle the food problem so as to "He who wishes-tj> tear away Pol- elimlnate profiteering and secure and, Couriand, Ldthufci&jrJEstbon'Ja and "equality of sacrifice." There is like- Liv0nia from -the Russian empire Iy to be a long and bitter discussion , - .. . ' A , ,. 'makes of tuis empire a mortal enemy for Russia who will not always have majority the retention of office by j Leninistlc feeling; ; With regard to labor ministers. - j Alsace-Lorraine, Herr Harden-writes: Financial proposals have been submitted by more than a dozen societies. They include plans for a substantial levy on capital, a drastic increase of the income tax, a raising of the exemption limit to ISO or 200 pound, and the compulsory application of the "sinking fund" principle to land and capital, niaking it the property of the nation. / 3 DELAY OF SHIPS on this issue. A year ago the conference reaffirmed by an overwhelmin g "Neither Premier Lloyd George nor | President Wilson believe Germany is willing to surrender Alsace-Lorraine Washington, Jan. 22.-Stoppage of the wooden shipbuilding is only temporary and is due to lack of material and labor, Charles Piez, general manages of the emergency fleet corporation yesterday told the senate com* 1 mittee. Lumber could be delivered to Pacific coast yards, he said, but vessels under construction in the east to France at the present moment, but > must be completed as Quickly as poss-what about Germany's attitude two or I ible and available material is being three years after peace is signed when there can be a fair consultation with the people? It was admittedly a sent to the Atlantic coast and gulf. Henry Howard, director of the recruiting service for merchant marine, told mistake to take possession of Alsace-1 the comm'ttee that he believed there Lorraine. Must wc always carry this A scheme for the reorganization of I DUraen as some inheritance of our Th what - Hauge, follows Jan, 22.-Some idea of in the train of underfeeding, which at present prevails everywhere in Belgium, may be gathered from the following statistics from an oiiicial source; since 1914 general mortality in Belgium has risen by 50 per cent, while berths have fallen off about 42 per cent; in Ghent and Northern France deaths from tub-erculoais have multiplied sixfold. ONE FATALLY INJURED St. Catharines Ont., Jan. 22.-A serious explosion of gas took place here yesterday morning at the foot of St. Paul street which caused the wreckage of the two lower floors of an apartment house and injury to Miss Annie Blackwood, from which it is feared she will not recover. Miss Blackwood rose early to prepare breakfast and was about to light the gas in the kitchen stove when the explosion occurred, blowing the wall of the building out. the Labor party, is to be submitted to the conference by the executive committee. It is said to represent an advance in the political mobilization of the labor forces. Three important new-comers among the resrjTutions are: an amendment of i the law of libel for the protection of labor bodies against slanderous literature and speakers; a declaration in favor of home rule in India; and a statement that the time jias come for the teaching of an international language to enable workers of the world to understand one another without need of an interpreter. forefathers? We are strong enough to be our own masters and to cease to be tramelied by errors of tho past." would not be a shortage of officers or men to man the new ships as they come from thefyards. He outlined an extensive plan of training now being prosecuted. t When Women are Weak Women who^ feel weak, languid and depressed who look pale and dull-eyed, and have lost appetite "and fresh looks-need a tonic that** will purify the blood, help the organs of digestion, regulate the liver and bowels, and strengthen the system. It long has been known that PUIS GIVE rm: CHILDREN J1* II. mm as soon as the first symptom of si cold Melbourne, Australia, Jan. 22.-Via Router's Ottawa Agency) .-^-After a meeting of the laborites to discuss the coalition proposals, Hon, Frank Tud-j or, leader of the opposition, stated that there was not the slightest possibility of agreement between the opposing parties. In the course of the censure debate in the house of representatives, Mr. Fowler, Ministerialist, declared tens of thousands of votes were not against conscription but against Premier Hughes, who had created a spirit of bitter antagonism which had hitherto been foreign to Australia. appears. Neglected colds lay the foundation of wak constitutions, and many cases of consumption can be traced to neglected colds in childhood, A cold should receive prompt treatment, but don't make the mistake of dosing your child wltfc common cough mix* turcs, syrups, lozenges, etc. The drugs whicfe some of these contain have a most injurious effect upon the stomach, and if these are used, in trying to cure the cold yoo may rula the digestion. The Peps treatment Is the safest an4 surest for all colds* coughs, throat and bronchial troubles. Peps contain no harm* ful drugs whatever* and can be given -with perfect safety In any case. r- There is never any difficulty in persuading a child to take Peps-they ar� so pleasant to the taste, and mothers could save themselves h�ur.*of anxiety if they would only keep a supply of Peps on hand. For chills, sore throat, laryngitis, asthma, bron'-' *+ls and weak chest, Pepa are equally good. All dealers box, 3 for $U5. are a blessing to weak women, for they quickly correct womanly ailments, improve, the appetite, purify the blood and* re-establish healthy conditions. They are safe to take as they are purely vegetable and without any; harmful drug. A few doses will bring better spirits, improved health and a feeling of fitness. Worth a Guinea a Box Pr�p�red only fey Thomas Beeclam, St Helens, Lancailiire. England, S�Id everywhere im Cauda and U. S. Aoaariczu In bexes, 25 cent*. NEW YORK HARBOR no :MMM New York, Jan. 22.-In the face of the worst ico jam in New York harbor in many years, encouraging headway had been made In coaling ships during the five fueliess days ending today. A week ago there wersf 2'M ships tied up l docks, while early, today there were 110, thirteen large ships being supplied with bunker coal yesterday. J ess* A BIG OFFER Gothenburg, Jan. 22,-A local ship-/ owner received recently an offer .of 280,000 crowns for a small bark which still '�tood in his name in the ship list. *�veHtigat:o2i of his books dis-closev ti.:at Im had Hold the Us�� March 1014 for 26,000 crowrr- TH E CANADIAN BANK OF SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., L.L.D., D.C.L, President H V. F, JONES. Aaa'tGca'L Manage* MERGE SIR JOHN AIRD, General Manager 1 V. C. BROWN, Sop't of Central Wettem Branchat C,-pitalPaidUp,$I5>000,00& t Reserve Fund, . $J3,500,oqo MONEY ORDERS For small remittanqes use the Money Orders issued by this J3ank. They are*payable without charge at any Bank in Canada (except in the Yukon Territorv). ^ The cost is as m if Canada (except in the Yukon Territory), follows, $5 and under...................... 3 oyer $5 and not exceeding $!0........ C " " 330........lO " * $50........15 PLUS REVENUE STAMPS 4i 3IO cents GUNSMiTHS~ST"LOCKSMlTHS---Onn barrola straightened, guiia restocked, gun work dono by a gunsmith H koyB made, locks repaired, bicycles typewriter*, phonograpba, any light uiachinory repaired, lawn xnowers fiharponod. D. iO. Macdonahl, Indian Motorcycle Agentrl'hone 1032, 412 4tb Ave. S. ' MEDICAL DR. \V. GALBRAITH, 914 Third Ave. South. Office 1ioub6, 1 to 3 p. m.; 7 to 8 p.m. Telophone 1253: - PIANO TUNING Q.~7T CJtlPPS, Flayer-Fiauo and Organ Repairer; �0 years' factory oxporlence. Hon-ours Certificate alt. Asan., London, England. References to the leading musicians of the city. XJhoue 1168 W63 6th Ave. A. South, \ private HOSPITALS PHR1VATE1 HOSPiTAlu^-MRS. VAN Haarlem's Private Hospital end Maternity Home. 1224 7ta Avonus South.JPhone 74g, . THE CA'VELl HOSPITAL - "FOR maternity cases and all Bicknoss -excepting contagious diseases. Mrs. S. Helwtg, SI6 14 th St. S. Phone 731). UNDERTAKING T, S. FETTBRXiY, LEADING PUNKU- al director and licensed em banner, motor or horse'driven hearses. Parlors, opposite Court House. Office phon. residence pnone 1171 Open day and night MacKAY A MacltAY-FUNERAL Directors and Practical JSnubclmersi office and residence. Motor and horse drawn equipment. 8(Ki 3rd Ava. ti. yhone Always open, never closed. FARM PRODUCE FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALE ft AY, POTATOES AND ALFALFA MljAL. Inspectors at Coaldale, Lothbrldge, Raymond and* Magrath. Whether you want to buy or sell we will mall yui our Weekly Mar- ket Card on request. 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING Lethbrldo* ; : Phone 777 W j cloya, Mgr., Re*. Phone 365 M. R. HazeU, Acct, Res. Phone 1753 EDUCATIONAL GAR BUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th St. South, Lethbridgs Day ana evening schooL Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1315 Residence Phone or Principal 1531. , White for Full Information. DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY & JAMUfr son-Otflco, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: OKlco 31{J; Residence 61!). Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; DH. TAYlTOR-EK^fly^SoBo nud' Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours 10-12; 2-6; evenings by appointment. Phones: Office 341; Residence 693, i)r. i�r~wl tuHSKl physicIaH and Surgeon. Office Sheppard Block opposite Starland Theatre, rooms 6 to 4. Offiaa hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. nnd 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phonos: Office 7S0; Residence 420, 8th St S., Phonft 1494. DR. Jv E. LOVBRINO, Phyaicaiii~alid Surgeon. X-Ray equipment Office and rosidence, 812 3rd Ave. south. Hours 11-12, l-b aud 7-9. Telephone day and night 1242. 29(3-0 DR. G. W. LEECH, M.D., CM., Physician and Surgeon. Office, Sherlock Block, Lethbridge, Phone 389. ResN denco 1111 6th Avenue. Phone 1001. Office lyurs: 11 to ln.lft*. 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to 8- Sundays:. 1.30 to 3.00. DR. ______DENTAL___ M. J. G ID SON-DENTIST GRAD- uate of Royal College of D�ntal Su^ geons Toronto and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Otlice; rooms &-6 Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. ALLEN-DENTIST, tsuccessor to Drs. Courtice & QllchriatL Graduate ot University ot Maryland. Rooms 8-0 Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbddge, Alta. [DRS. MARRS AND MARKS-DENT- lata. Successors to Drs. Stewart and McCluro. Hours 9 to 5. Office: His* lnboitiam Block. Phono 374. DR. hi. O. SIMAIONDS-DENTIST, member of Royal College of Sur� geons. (Eng.) Licentiato Royal College of Physicians (London) L.D.S.. 1900. Hours 912; 1-5. Office C-S Hig- inbotbam Block. Phone 1610. DR. T. W. FOX-DENTIST, GRADU-are- North Western Dental University, Chicago. Office phone 785; res-Id nco phoue 7&2. Offices. Unio^i Bank Building. 15S � CHlKOHr^ACIOriS tsAUTh ^ ing, Paper Hanging, Kalsoniining, etc. Beat materials only used for all work. Estimates willingly given. 936 9th Street S. Phone 338. SHOE REPAIRING-Phone. 1717 ^or your shoe repairs. Work done Ufomptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Allies, fill 4th Ave. South. MUSIC WATER LOCATOR WATER LOCATED-1 CAN LOCATE water for you. Charges reasonable t. l. DavJes. Nobleford. 97-0 Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND s THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms. 121-122 New P. Burns Building. Corner &th Ave. and 2nd St. East, Calgary-Office Phone M2848 Residence Vhone M2077 Interne and Ho �se Surgeon, Manhattan Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat Hospital, Sew York City 1911-1914. % Specialist to Calgary School Board . 274-2* MISS AlLEEiN AL JONES-Pianoforu Playing and Theory; supervision o� H. C C. Salmo^ One hundfed per cent ot pupils entered for the e c &minatlon� of the Koyal Acadei and noyal College of Music. Lou don. En., last year were sujcesstu St.udi�, G2g nth Street South, ~~HS W. 11. JOHNSON-TWACHK7 of Piano. Harmony and Their. Over ten years' teaching experioii Studio fullv equipped- with bUu . board, "keyboard, scale ladder, mot Ulatlng board, etc' Studio 1226 ni Ave. A South. DANCING MISS GLADYS ATTREE will re com- inencc her dancing classes on Th clay next, at the Y. M. C. A. J "1 room, classical and fancy darning for children and adults. List oi classes: Every Thursday-Ballot and Fancy .Dancing at 4.30; Boys' and girls of High School at 3 o'clock; adult ballroom dances at 9 o'clock. Every Friday-Dancing and Deportment for gfrl3 and boy3 at 4.30; classical dancing ai:d niqucrfor adults at S o'clock. P lessons'by appointment. Phono te'ch- 1 -� i - -\ ^NCROR^II J;M.HEH0EB$flH"SI6HT;SP^ Diffi^t>;CasesAa SpecI . i 1 F GOOD SERVICE REASONABLE RATES FULL INFORMATION TROM^tlY R.R. OR $5. AGENT. H. LJD*IAH�CEN,AO'T WiHuipctf, 443 Mum St. Phone M. S3I2 Vancouver, 470 Granville St., Sey. 3199 CLEANING AND DYEING GRIEF farw iLethbridge Branch-- R. T. Brymner, Mgr. Can be expressed best by a monument of fitting design and lettering: We make monuments fitted both to the size of your plot and tho length _ of your purse. Us for you to say what kind of memorial you prefer. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works R. Needs, Prop. Sth Street $. TUB VALET-SPECIALISTS (>t French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger of injury to km.-mentfl. Only the highest class -v.urlf tarned out. No dyeing. Immediate atention Is given to country order*. S24 6th .Street South. Phone 1X12. I^^"SAM-Cleailing, Preaaing, pairing and alterations well done at reasonable prices. We call, for and deliver goods 410 6th Street South. Phone 534. _2fiL~^ LEE WING, the Tailor. Cleaning, pressing and repairing. High c.Ubi work at lowest ,r*ices. Delivery free, lip 7th St. S^Phons 1019. 2SC-2I ELECTRICAL ENGINEER H. B. McELYEA. ASSOC. A. I. k 15 Electrical Engineer and Contractor, makes a specialty of wiring country homes end Ins tailing lighting plant*. Consultations on all kinds of elec* trjeal work. 1264 4th Ave. 3. Phoae IMS. ^ Ji*.i> ft ELECTRJC SUPPLIE | ALL KINDS OF KLKQ. I TRICAL WORK. I W.L. McKciwle & Co. I >HONK �I7 719 3rd Aye. 8. 172781 ;