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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 25; ton rim PAGE NINE s PHONE '1224 M. S. Mc'Arlhur lofl tills after- work MODQ Ihe affiliated societies noc-n to spend a week in Calgary. vfM'bo read. -3taccy has relumed short visit In Calgary, IlHlrifiB Folgcr a t returned Lli's with, relatives nlf'jVIHariCo. 0., 'and oilier points. l Vrciijinnri uf Calgary, 'for- merly of J.elhurldge, Ls Llio of Mrs. J, SIcNlehol. 'Mlfip 1. McCnnillly liaH relumed from (i Ihreo weeks' visit with rcla Hyps' In Minneapolis. V The I.6.0.F, loilfio al arc boMllig ti ball und on Fob Invitations ss'lll Issued ghorlh for annual Knights of I'yllitaa tlancc to licit] on rcb, 23nl In their Castle Hall. i. v Mrs. rjnhorn' or Coulls, 1ms been Epeinlliig.o few days In llic city vrllli Mrs.' II. Kollose. a v T 'Hips. L. Askeil nnd .Mra. Askcn of l.ollilirldKe, Altai, arc KiicsK or I ho Houiinion Victoria (riincs> s 1 -Mrs.' Frank 'Scovcl, or Oslikosh. j-arcolb for the, prisoners war will bo liaeked tomorrow, Kfldiy tlie 2Ctll, Hi W Elli strcc-l south by the Alexander Gall dialler, com- nltlee in charge of Ihla work. Art- :i'les niosl.necdcd'to complete llicsc tinned meals, dates, rats Ins, gum, tobacco and cigarettes. All unusually large crowd was ;cnL at tho Hudson's Hay tea room yesterday afternoon when (lib Daueli- lera of 'llio Empire servci.r ten. Mrs Downer lias by Mrs, Hosvnmn, Miss Asliton'unJ Allqg O'lluBcn, J. Crelgliloii left on Sunday nlfili to join the 78lli, Uallery I-eth Ijrldee. Prior to h> departure Mr Crcljjliton ,wna the liandsotuc illuminated wri ist o[ rcc, nearly half the wage carilni; onnlallon or the United Kingdom, nt( of. which nearly Eoven-clphtsfaro lull, will L'e the Industrial finny with ICngland will right her Irade alllca. are undcr-JIfcussIoli or Ihe tra'nsrer'from'the F.crvlcc or aiiEhler lo Hint of commerce. Peace, llher on (he battlefield, or around 0 ouncll taWe, will, In Ihrce monlhs, hrow out of employment between 00.000 and munition work' rs. Half a million or these arc wo IOFU.FA was accomplished by.thc lavgo mr her of enlliiislaslic worked. Titos in charge ot Ihq work -greaLly aupr _IL i elate Mils Interest First' Aid i6: lUe Injured work waa ami lione all who came yesterday will hcld'baL nlghi and'It was decided to lie lliere every. Wednesday. Several HEW names were added to Ihe list of those who nrc doing Red" Cross sow- Ing nl home. Next Wednesday lliere ho tiuljtlng, 'In order lo send four more to tUo Ogden Convales- cent Honic.-'KlghL finish- cd und senl Ihls week. :Toinorr'dw hticrnoou (lie DauglUcra IKinpIro ucrvu (CH at (lie Chinook club .In. Ih'c. Kllzabclhan rqorii, wlilcli %lll be oiicn lo tlio pub- rcgulrir mcDllng of llic WlllarJ ncn. To 'liiy off llio other t estimated will Lake Kcrcral years. "The Jotnl commit lee on labor problems'alter. Ihe. war Is studying ills gigantic question und has made a ninnher of tugKostlons whlcli prob aljly will be carried Into'effect. -To .Jioac services, iniial la, sum narily 'with there will he given a rnonlh's wages, a railroad :lckct home and, If no employment IJL, obtained for a rcaivlie or site to receive olli cr, words, a certain sum, Lasud on earning capacity, each week. "Hut, (ami It Is an Imtvorlanl Die plan docan't end there. The cr.nmcnl will lie lo lurn Hsel Into an employment agency and bu lain positions (or (hose workers. Am the Govc' Is a way to ho argo employer of commercial'labor Us money (millions and millions bcen'placed In tlie.ttavc op'mciU oC InduEtrlesWbkh Greil flf lain, lli'rbugli slotU and olhor causes has allowed !o become exclusive yb. f-esglons of competitor nations. Jt( i Inlp-lUeEC great (works tha will be fostered by a protective larJ untir-lhey ore sirotiK enough to'val lha( hundreds of thousands o icse 'men will go. "And England will notJiavc lo erec SI ATHE5SON A very pretty wedding H-BS solcm- on Tuosdriy night nt Wesley par- wlll'be-held at S. ebnugc .when' Miss Jessie Marguerite o'clock at the hoino of Mra. Shaw.iMatheson of Grassy Lake, became Hie yOlh.aircel north. It was slated tn hridc of Uvlngstonc Ucr- efrpr lhai this' meellng' was lo bejlfn, also of Grassy Lafce. Tbc core- lieldi'lasljjjlghl. liiony. was performed by Rev. G. H. In the picssEtice of a nuui- mccthig of Ike friends. Council oE, will he' beld on ;'Directly''after" Ihe cereniony, Mr Monday at Y.-M..O.A...IL and-iMrs. wllVbt! Ln liicethig and all wo-lmaliulcr of ilte winter-at (he coast The newly appoint-'On" Ihelr 'return Ih'ey 'will reside' oil affiliated societies arc Grnssy Mr. Berlin Is nsked lo lie presenl. -llepo'rls successful -farmer. Jarrtes Keelcy :of Chicago Hei1- Will Put Millions to Work When War 'Is Over and Peace Declared. of The 'Chicago Herald, -printed this addressed to the Prcsiilenl, llic 'Congress', and 'the people ;of Ihe ilriited Stales: "words, "Too are en- Erayed on lhq lomustonc-pf the Aa- Ministry. Justly or .unjustb" the .-late Government that conducted England's' abero. in the war was aC' cused 'too late1 on tho battle Held; Iri the workshop, hi the realm of diplomacy, In o'porailDns on 'the'sca, IP rj'attcrs of .legislation, Iri the cqi- Eeryallon of. Ihc'faod of tlie Tiallori, jn clamping the lid on" riotous 'cxp'e'hdlturcs for lusurlea. In .every and 'cachJpliasQ oC protect ho national existence' and-; belligerent, operation. So "It, died bocnusc debate and pro- crrorl_ land, iiiade late' spcecli. tiaa taken near ly tsvclvc months Vlo sink Into" Lln Qrillsli niincl II Lo action. VTodriy'his war council of five is 'In effect i nattonarcommlUeb of eateLy The' men who men rcejionsi hie ror.Uic movement.. which swept Ihi 'club1 voiiti'or''cxlVtencor si it was Lorn. The; tiint the oalion1 called it bcforo llnnk, lln problem -has Leen-solveJ. Nest slimmer'a-bugle call toll the story. .'This, year: 100.00 English cavalrymen' sat .on horscbac Kdmouloii, Jan. 700 or negates to llio convention lent, iinpal >of ballol- K for 'Die list of onilnccs, four olllccrs for .wcro lo Lc chosen, was an-fol- ows; W. Jitmes vV. ohri W, Wood, lllcc Hhcphanl, U. I) Uoahe, S. ;S. Dunham, Uncklng- W. R. Henry, J. L. Sjiorrnw, 1au1 Madge, James Miner and J. Me- Cumber.; Rural CredU; Tltc tiroposcd Alberta rural crcdlin ill! was explained io the convention iy Hon. C.' II. ftfltclicll, provincial reaBurcr, who pavo n setn'ral outline f tlio plan and purpose of Hie scheme hill, alois at providing llic "arinerE of Alberla with money for strictly agricultural purposes on long plaicd through' a farm mortgugo waa regarded by Iho inltlloti anil four iiuildred thousand' ninn liavo been icbtorcil-lo her food- "Thn war limn of-I'da-vhiK-, Kvnry inovij is tn.ilie dl- iccllon or KrcaU't L'fdcCcucy and a more iirolotiKcd H.H far as the .allies arc conctnied-" i yeatH of csiicrlniL-nllng u >its- sourlati cjalniti Lo-liave. iierfcclofl :i for extradite nnluah from collonBCCil hulls. LETHBRIDGE PEOPLE GET INSTANT ACTION convention us likely lo UN a long felt iced, and a resolution endorsing il iut stimulating thai the government fibould not Issue wrlbi for :iti election until A. board of dfreclon ind had ULC oppnrlunlty fully to in- vestigate the KclKMiin now pro- Tlic elertloiL of vice-presidents one of llic' features of today's pro- im. names were nominal cd, and.hallots.v.-erc taken for four vice-presidents out of tills number, being on tho principle of pr portlonald rcpresenlatloji, ncu'ly ac- cepted .Ly Iho United Farmers of Al- bcrla :IH ificlr future decline method. The result Is not yet known. Other business for today'H u'lli inr.linlR dlocttons for the cxccu- coinnilttees and dlslricl boards of directors. ic who have used It in Lclli- arc asloiilsliod at Hie IN' HTANT iictlon of simple bucklfiorn ark, ylyrerltic, etc., as mixed In Adler-i-ka. Hccauae It actn on anil upper bowel, OXB FHL Adler-ika relieves alrnoat coiiBtipatlon, Boiir stomach ot II ruinovcd such BurprlshiK fou' jnatler tkAl a feu1 tlose.s often prevent. uppciidlcJUfi, A sliori tinent liejjia chronlu atojiioct Jllglnbothiim Number li L" ,1252 (The Herald) When you require the Until PRINTING Ltd., Ine'H-i channel. Ono of [he largest retaining In Iliu world lias l.ten bulll al Ran- CD., goon, river glllti. THINKS WAR-IS STIFFENING Kecley Sees Significance in Britishi Troops Relieving French Chicago, III., Jan. an editorial under Hie Kcclcy, Kdllor of The Chicago who recently lias returned .llie.. Anglb'-FTOnch balllcfronl, says: j "Grc'ally ileslrb p'eace, it .IB ijccesaary 16' look the ugly facts the show Ijeyontl question Hint ncac.e at tlUs time Is an unrealizable dream. "The fudlLLy of urging-it'at Ibis stage ol the conflict was amply rlcrnonsLratcil, for the close Student of ttio European war, in a re- cent-four-l' ,cable which slated lli-il tlifi Uritish had over an- actorlcs or Import niachlri- -other gccllon or the French line. ry. She lias (hem .now; Ihoroughly nna clfcctlvely on- rfltcd. fact, It Is I'lic most'significant hal lias come over in Iho tast year. I f-Ivcryboily realized tiiat tJic French lad so raany men in llic trenches tlial Iho task of'prortncliiE Ihc-fond of llic nation had devolved exclusively on vyomen and .decrepit men. Over six s 'ago' etnlcd In pcrsonil converEallbn tliat II was noL only aciviEablo bul vital thai the Kng- llBh-taVe over marc of llic line ana enahlo Kranqc to reclaim'tome ol her agricultural laborers anj put' them to raislng'foocl. "Enslsnil lias ilonc Ihls. It-fmeana arlilcJ Blrenslli for Franc lint 5lo can. stand the strain for at least'Iwo years more. Had sue not gotten this relief Ihe strain'nilKlit have proved almost loo much: 'When1 the exact length of' the line-England At Waddington's Auction Rooms Dominion Block FRIDAY January 26th 2.30 O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON ie Is favored with Instructions to sell by public auction a quantity of useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And Effects fine leather rockers, chfnn. cabinet In golden oak, splendid buffet, mahogany oak dresser wllli large oval mirror, set ot 4 oak oak round dining table, child'? col' imil mattress, two carpol squares, good oak extending OlnlnK table, small oak Cable, olcclroller and licater, cook etove, kltcbei; chairs, rockers, dishes, dray head Sloger sewing nia'ibiiic anil many oilier useful Items. GOODS NOW ON VIEW. -Further Entries Invited NO RESERVE. OLlaira, 'has, ashed that the IIOUFC vole one ijiiar- ter 'of thep csiJmales v.-hich would cover ordinary go.ycniinc-nt expenses until" Junc 30. lie :also tlial the' ivar appropriation for the wholo passed in order IhaLcomplclc Financial provision he made for wlng IcglslaLlon similar to f j- l back of Lhe Sbmine'. .for InslCijd.tho trii'inpcis sounil- ed 'dismount.1 Brit Isli Tommies hadn't broken "ihrougb.-. "And Lo the soiilh a corps de.chaaEe of French similarly IbLcned for the signal thai would" drive epura Into flanks and the pennons of France '.through shaLtcred'- Gcrmnn lined. Ditl the bugles sounded no such noLe. summer men will mount again anil the bugles. tell the tale nrqcraslination, despite de- layed effort, hag-done Us deadly work. "America Is noljit war, buL It. faces commercial conflict the reser- viora of llobj Europe have hecn drained of ITic-Ir Issi, uroj vic- tory or, a military, stalcnialc cause, the nations lo lay down their irrms. the carrying Lhe war. The min- ister of Finance; the; prime mlnlsttir was also desirous of horro bill o "ProceedlnCj Sir Robert (bat some correspondence had passed I.1 c- Lween himself and leader of tlie opposUion as to the" .desiraW'ty. of Introducing tills session a bili'lti con- Eol'.da'.e the railway act. solldatton, he said, liad ucan brought about as the result of dciHicnul of the Joint committee of c uons and senate during Ihe-Ees of 19H and iL was thought that.- its e'nactment should be ayeil. "Less tlian a year ago Lloyd "As I .pointed .out'tn'blo I sent toilay .nractlcaliy o .dlctator'.'in.'Eng1 fronr shortly hcfore 1 sailed lOCERY SPECIALS Phone 1766 Attractive BargaijDS for Friday Sat'day no .longer.-c .'20 Ib. of B.C..Sugar and Vf- 1 Ibl'of'any 4Sc tea for J2.20 3acK of B.C. .Sugar 1 pkg.' Som Mor. Sweet Apples, Ibs. for I ..Christies' per tin. Family Sodas, pkg. -Mixed Peel, per Ib...... 'Mixed Nuts, 2 Ibs. 35c '.No. 1 Crearrnry, Butter, Ib 45c Throatltts. Reg. Ipc'botlle. :....'.v 25c Chiclets. Reg. 12 for Special ;70 for "25c and Rogers1 Syrup, glass sealers. each 35t z. 25c, 30c and 40t "Crisco, per tin 40c Tapioca, 3 Ibs for 25s .''Tiina Ffth, ptr lin; I6c "Smoking Pipes, have a Targe osEortrncnt, Prices to SOc. Ex- -Ira special, your choice ISc ,25c ..St. Charto Potatoes In flrBl'.'classL'candi tioh. Per sack. Rolled Oats, per, bag 45c Sugar, per-sacf( S1.85 Lux, 3 pkgs. for 25c R. C. Soap, 2 phai. for'.''..-.' Me Jelly Powders, 3 for 25c Sodas in tins, ..35c. Special .t. Reg 25c suggested that the bill iTo given n second .reading and refer- red ogain to the joini comfhlilce, dl [bo two houses. Sir Wilfrid Laarier in reply snlrt he hail no objections-to make lo proposals ot the prime minister, it.'was not custpranry lo en bloc EO large n portion of the estimates, uul Lhls being war lime there would be ho objection to .the proposal. Sir'Robert then slated-thai ho had received another L'onilpn In-which Borne.'urgency was ciprcssed as to the desirability of an early date being flsed for the Imper- ial cbufcrenco. lie 'expected another cablegram and when 11 nrrlrcd confer with Ihe leader ot the opposi- tion as to tho date of adjournment1', Coal Situation .'1 W. A. puchanan. pi lledlclue JIol again" inquired about the weslcrn'coal slluallon. He he hart received a telegram from; thai the .niines nl Lelhbrldge and Coal- Knrsl' had closed 'down nnd 'that a referendum vrould be taken .next Tuesday, to decjdc Avhcther Ings of Ihe Ilnrrlson'report would bp1 accepted. The lelegram Blateil; lhat thi miners'were angry al the failure of the government to enforce the lion: T. Crqthcrs replied thai nil he could say that ncgoljatjons nir proceeding and II was cipectcd In'n-few days thoy would reach a satisfactory conclualon. Hon. Charles Marcll, who ,conlln-. icd the dcbalo on expressed ils pleasure nl Ibo-acceptance. of'SIr Wilfrid Laurlcr's offer by Ihe Prlmfi Mlntalcr. It was tlraoiy, he Eaid, aud both polillcal parties must auopl' a policy of give rind 'BIGGEST SUCCESS SINCE >912 Everybody''was plciiscd -.wilh' Hie weiHlci'i'nl Bai'gaiii' at I the cainc nnd discovcrcrt that every we inartc tnilh. Tlii.s jn'ovcs..conclusively tlial no maUei1 how hiittl lo be, if you have ij the Vight kiml of g-oods and. sell them-at a ciit jtrice, all yoii have to do is to tell the people I in a frank, honest way about them and they will do tlie rest. i; If you have not visited this Sale it is not too late to chaiice is now! is still a world of good things here at a BIG NORTH TRADING CoV SUPINA AND SONS, PROPS.! One poor-North fn Spain them has been invented steel automobile wheel >vllh steel tiroa wTilch ia said to' have'mps't 'bf Ihc advantages and none ol Uip dis of the'niblicr With Henry P. Davirtson, K. Vandcrljill Eiirt William Sloanc among IU sp'onsors, A motion pict'.no com pa n y s Incorpo rn Ird a L New York, whoso purpose, H Is ntinourccd be Lo "give aid to Iho Amcricar FlrW Ambulance Service nnd to tho British through-the .exIilMlipn In ,11. S. A: YOU LADES Ladies' and Misses' Winter Coats Our rule, is none carried over to next season. Afternoon and evening dresses al dial insure aXltlCK CLKAKANCH. Mens; Suits Priced so low, up to 23.75 Such' bargains never heard of Iieftirc I'or high class goods, and such a large .selection. SOUTHARD BLOCK COME IF; YOU HAVE 106 MILES, yvji.'L.-'pAY TO: COME YOU." ;