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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETtlBWDfiE OAIIA' FULL DM Pi JlcatVAlberta Federation of bor Gives His Views To The Farmers statement thai Mie miners hud Luaudvd exborbltaut wages in tbe though he HiluiUleil thai such inigM truo on pome contract work. vAt itic present lime there was great un- umptoytQent autoQfc IhW da as ot lalwv. Lieut. lt. M.C.., gave a abort talk oj, Uie proulviHB ol tbe re- turned soldier. Ut> declared the soVl- U't did nnl need rft.'onBlructUm so much uri re-e.-ttabUshnjent. They had for llit rood'nl all In Europe Uu'y woulJ work fun Hie ?HHSE OBW when they relumed auil if little pailem-u ts gliowu them will work hack t-nfily litiu the groove of everyday affairs. lu the matu-r of pensions he be- 'A disabled soldier to he mmli liiuu.ii-Apped as a disabled of- ficer ami thought 'the recompense tibouU. te (Special Correspondence froxa Anne Merrill i? Ixmdon.) "Plmltc surgery nil de- veloped during the no ewe now AS to fat toyotid Major T. IJM- (SiiHlat lo HevuMl KDMONTUX JAM Thai MiuK' soiuliosi of (to! she v lain was (IIR tu mtMi was iiic jirpssltm of tV of tint nun of llie I'nlu-d Fiii-men; of Alberta. was tbe first time (hat a lulior had spoken before the liinner.s union aud ftie prpsldenl Su in- Iroiluelug him- dwflt on the value of ine two orgatiiznUtusa co-uiieratltte lo- v.aid ;i tominon purpose. Mr. pointeil io tlie ilui- Kvre. that Uiy nhead of any party Uiul mielii nmw oJ llut tar- iHiluiis, the ret unit; A soliliera and Oie liihoi iii-oplo. It would Iwvc Loily ul men il Kaiue ivljo m and the call In (ti for those Rieai buitlcs lu fight wltli tticir Tu Acquaint Themselves With The Canadian Way of Doing Things OTTAWA, Jan. EOT- nmieut oflidals overseas are onsuIerMhlo -ntlrntfou (o tho msny houianits of Itrltlrb vvuiiU'ii who Iidilly be s.illiug for tlio Canadian Uustwada who arc now serving ui the army. Through He declared ihat- Uic present fed- rrul systuin 'jf workini! out readjiisl- in tlie life of the nation, was mi-re latch v.tivk woulil waste nillliuus uf duHars. The solut- ion tu H was th-1 resolution of V. A. and the la hoi1 people for the TiAtlonalUalioii of the mines ami other-great Intiustrkv. Health Conditions He was bitter on health coiulKtons uomc nursing. Infant, tare and a uum- R.i lliey t-xliiled today and urgei! that bcr ol other useful anbjcets. These tlto men who bad. been hi, Wjll he open to any woman Intending ineilltul work with'tlie army overpflfls to go to t'anada without cost, the full rhu.iM be rAntnci. by the state lo aiil fonNiaLlni; of 12 to 15 .easons. in lunging aftor iiouUnis nf Uift conn- ssr KUwurd Kemp, minister of over- try whrrc umdical aid was not niilitia, maltes a special appeal He maile a denial of On belmlf of (lie of Canadian Rojdierp. urging for then.-a consider- late anil sympathetic welcooic." its immigration and colonization branch in London and in conjunction ivillt tlic Khaki University, the fjov ernmenl has asRiRtctl in orRanlzing a department of home economies, which will he of great to those availing themselves ol tbe opportuni- ties it offers. Courses have toeen arranged in Can- adian cHizcnshlp, cooking, dairying, poultry raising, gardening, first aid. In the course of an Interview irhieli he was the yet accorded any CMu4itn "By brlnfinc (laDs o( MviQ part of fMe to mother, and Ihe in- llou of autnifnous ctrtiUge (in re- ality gristle. lenenliy from tlie rib reclon) most faeftl Mt- jor Lespore claimed, tenie'JltJ by modern auriwry, and often {rtr'oian- enUy eliiuitxM, the uf greatly varying to the site ami nature or the wound. Displaced WAR tnudt easier lo put In its rlftht pr. fill Ion than tiisue totally lost md which lo be made good from ita surroundinis. For In- stance, a wound which caused a hire Up, TTSI IBM difficult to repair ihmi the lois ol the nose, which had to be constructed anew, usually by Haps swung down Irom the forehead ol the pattent. "A providential, factor in facial pur- fiery is the face lias a mueh bet- ter blood supply thsn the rest of the lo bt aude In several pieces, threads srt Mi the curfare and vQ up the platter before It hu thereby UUE collara. 1 165-00 Coon Coau, to clear Coon lo clear' J4S.OO Coon Ciata, to clear JW.OO Wambat Coatf, (o Dog to cWar M1.50 Fur-lined to clear MEN'S HEAVY MACKINAW COATS Most popular plaids, nelt tailored, .deep collars. to clear to cIMr Mickiniw to olur Leather Veita, wtll -vettf, to clear HOLEPROOF HOSIERY, SILK HOSE Drown, jieirl, l. Muck Mnl while. MEN'S FINE DRESS SHIRTS' "Arrow Brand" Valuet, lo clear 95c So clear to clear MEN'S FINE FLANNEL SHIRTS Collars attached anil detached. MEN'S ALL WOOL SWEATER COATS AND VESTS Jersey Sweaters, to clear VS.M All Wool to clear 14.50 All Wool Sweaters, to clear 45.75 All Wool Sweaters, to clear All Wool Svniten; to clear All Wool Sweittrt, to clear Swiiter Jumoo Knit b 12.50 to clear to clear to clear Valuet, to clear I MEN'S SILK SHIRTS S6.00 to K.50 Values, lo clear 17.50 Vaiuei, to clear..... Vaiuo, to clear All Wool Knit to clear J MEN'S WINTER CAPS Silk and Capl, lo clear RJR CAPS N'ntaral Bat and Hudson Sen! and Jockey Shape. JJ.OO r... MEN'S FINE NECKWEAR 75c to clear CO Valuei, to S1.50 to 12.00 to cleir to clear 53.1X1 to clear SOc V 65 5Z.45 MEN'S GAUNTLET GLOVES AND MITTS to clear.................. JI.43 Valuet, to il.65 ?2.W Valuei, to PULL OVER MITTS to clear...... to clear........ S1.45 7Sc Viluet, to Valuet, elnr Me to clear 55: MEN'S SILK WOOL MUFFLERS Valuet, to M.M ValuM, clMr te J2.50 ValuM, to STANFJELD'S ALL WOOL UNDERWEAR Fine and ribfoed and'com- bination sulU. t M.40 wilt, Label, to clear 1S.M Red to clear.. 2-pltcc >ult, Green Label, to clear wool, clear........................... Combination Suite knit, to clear Hod Combination Suit, heavy rlWxd, to clear Ir-tr.d >uitt only, all to clear Wollev Fine Underwear, only, SpecU! lot, to clear, per garment iMEN'SHOSE 35e ValuM, 4 for 7Jc to COc r... cleip _____ MEN'S FINE DRESS GLOVES Jlocha and Doesktos, Silfc and Wool lined. Valutt, to clear Valuei, to clear to cleir J3.25 Values, to clear MEN'S FUR LINED DRESS GLOVES ANDMITTS Vaiaet, to clear Valuei, to clear Values, mitts wool lined, to clear.. MEN'S FINE SHOES' Black or tan, lace or button, leather or 2veolm soles, Fine clear RORSHEIM SHOES I0 per cent; CMf on All Florshelm Shnet. MEN'S HIGH CUT BOOTS I Valuet, to.clear.................. l. V.iluei, V' Biding and Riding Congrett, i to I HWng to' clear I OVERSHOES 3 buckle, to clear SO 2 buckle, to 1 buckle, to clear 1 FELT SHOES AND SHEEPSKIN WANIGANS Felt Shoes; to clear Felt Shoji, to Felt to clear Wanlgani, ,to clear to cleir................ LOUIS JM-JM-J 3I8F1FTH STREETSOUTH ;