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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB; DAILY 'TOLD SORES h'i nd .chapped. or Hive you '.'cold crjcks" open and bleed when the Gklo. Is drawn ilgh't? Have yon a co'.ii (Ore, (tost bite, or chilblains, which it times makes It agony for you to go about your dutlti? If so, Z.lm-Buk will give you icllet, und wllllieAl the frost-Jtniaged sklo. Hiis B. Strojsa, "of Eist Hshs- ford, N.S., writes: Sir-hands were BO badly chapped 1 was un- able to out them In water. All remedies (ailed to heat until I Zam-Buk. Perseverance "with this balm completely healed cmej ecttmi, pllei, ebippfd baaJl, old Iron bllci, BaJ all tkla i lad {DlurlcJ. Relate aub- HllDTCC. At llldlUffellU I SDctiox. S QUICK REJJ- aanuaL meeting of Knoi congregation was held Wed belns'a large atten dance, great interest shown. Tua Jjafious reports sho-.vcj the church to be'in an healthy condition The report of the session showed pafues on the membership roll. manager's repqrt and trea ,'fT's re'ijorl, submillcd by'Il. P. Wai showed the cUureh to in r good; condition financially. the "Ladies' "Aid presented a par .that-much valusblK worlc Lad been 3ccomplisbed during lire year. The report of the Sabbath school -vvas elso encouraElpg. The'superin- tendent, J. II. Oliver, has retired, from Ihal position, and another lias not yet been; appointed- Threa secretaries 'future .-have, charge of the iwork off trfe Sunday" school. ,U. Rylands is. general'sacretarT j.'while.one secretary from the', big "brothers class 'and. one from the big eislers 'class -will be- appointed. 'retiring loaQasera Wftrc." E. Id .world due lo tho leach-, nec'or Henri Into V. Monk and other- fiulloiinlisls, mid Sir Ixiurler luid r.lwuys (lone iis lest lo combat these views. 'Ur. Mjchncl Sleelb, ot South Perth, IBS gtvcu notice of B resolution which ic will uibvc In the house that "the government EhouM introduce legisla- at tills Kussloit which "III eilonil he franchise of ererj- llrlllsh cllrren ivlio cnllslcd wllh Hie Canadian forces or overseas service, nnil who was n rrs'ilent ot Canada ot the llrao of en- Istuieat." The passing of this resolution would mean the extension ol tho soldiers' vote bill passed in 1315 to include not only soldiers whose names flro oil the ,-olers' lists in their rf-soecllvo con- but nlso every member of ho overs-ess forces. Indians would, rf course, bo included. Ainsworlli; Dr. Marrs, A. 5f. Mar H. all ot whom Tlie ireasiirei: "is H. P. E. G. no. retort, of the.cliolr submitted by, .Sir. 'EdgaV TV as moat inleresling, that the "aUendance percen- during year was S3, a high Miss Nellie' Hazel had ifie highest record of riot hav- Ing missed 3. Sunday, -'The repart or the big brollies class showed fiO naiaes on wilb 15 The address 6f; Miss Brlgden In iVcsley hall Wednesday'nlglil reveal' cd an Independent tlilnUer fearlessly dealing wflli the most vltnl quesllous of our lime- The .social'anil blellec- tual unrest evidenced In strikes, unions, migrations from land to land and from place to place within the same country, the woman movement and Hie rural Ufa movement all slgni lied a eropiog after, Go] in- spired movement to get on nnd set up TO.O spirit In which each generation meeis [his old problem determines our progress. The speaker dealt specifically wllh Ihe sadness and sorrow aiuj. ilcgriida iion due to great social wrongs, which are accountable for ninety per cc-nt of vice in our greater cities. Kvcn in our smaller cities we have alrcad> tlio beginning of slum over-crowning and its attendant evils Felly (holt due lo poverty nad eQua'l justice lo rich and poor, and wnile slavery dealt wilh. The present, wage mates waut Inev ilable. Boys from pcW homes re pleuish tlic- tramp class ami ibe sirls go on the sireeis. Not charity bu justice-1? the cure. The world move: liy the muscles o! labor. Society should give the working least ivhal animals receive. Amoni inimals efinal conditions lerd or flock all have equal chftuce al .be fresh grass and are not found one or two very fat, and the rest all bone poor. ..._.. _ Special privilege accounts for much poverty. -Under this four evils were referred to. First, -natural resources commuted lo trusts and speculators. Moses code gave every rnan a home. "We'must place Tight conditions be- fore boys and girls to produce greai Canadians. Second, land monopoly, which produced a lyPe ol slavery, muclr industrial inefficiency snd a heavy strain 'on morality. Toronto has 'a wage by-law by which girls must receive not less than 5ir.no per week, tiough its sol over by piece work. But out of 50.00. tie speaker alter specifyfng the bars necessities of life, .found only .ten cents a. week left, (ur the many incidentals almost -oto lo strike ut their meeting- tonight. A mass meeting of Ilio luiiiera of iia district will Do In Hip clly omorroiv ivhcii a Action vlll bn mapped out. It Is null? pos- .Ibto ono of Iho district officers will jo present to discuss the whole Bltua- .loii., The men at Ihe. Grace iiijuo are ilill working torlay.-.'U Is'eialed Ilioy iflvo iiieda a deniniuron Iho uinnnge- uont for tho fnfreaso of jier cent. date frnm nl lias offered ihein ol iier cent to date from peinl- 'tlic .scllleniRiil ol Iho strike throughout the. district. Crothers Coming Calgary, Jan. Thomas Crothers, minister ol labor, will he In Calgary nc.vt Thursday to. itcnl per sonrilly with the mining situation. That was ilia InforimillOLi received ,uy he coal miners last ana It-ni tcrei] their plans They :md decided lo piaco beforp tlio nieu and how to Cure Ihert wllh VE'rro'S LIGHTNING COUCH CURE: Tho efficacy of Venn's Cougli vJuro ts (he. woiiilcr of evory dipr. who .usesill (or lici" children.'1 II cures .Whooping 'Cough, Cough. kliul cough nrfd cpW lo ivtilcli children arc subject.'Ami (I .cures so quickly iiml UiorcMBlily (dial all anxiety Is poonaol at rcsi. TheYo arc no ilungei-ous tiisred- Icnls In suits (ho consiilii- Uan of children.'und Is why II Is sa good for them, 31) cents and CO ccills, "from 'druggists nud s'orcs throughout Parle, folio- trie, Jan. last'nisi' trod iho cxoihple o! Knglfind up> in nil tlie mines, by referendum, IhoUtnly In restricting meals-In question "of submitting to Ilic'susgest- ants. Dinners In restaurants are1 ed Incrcaso uip.do In the rcjwrL hereatlcr res'trlclcd to liora'il' deuvrcs' Commissioner Harrison. Ju.hls soup, two'Oilier clisiica and clieese aage. to the men, 3Ir. Crothers naked! or do'tsort.v -In tc> Ilia twbl them to go to work until -Hio luahi dishes (lie; bill of fare, instead i negotiations, which l'.c will conduct iniot CO .or 70'items, usually jircsenled.j Calgary, had been concluded." I's confined .to a' lumlmujii of Accept Suggestion I.Tlio nine .consist of one egg dish; The turners decided to accept Hiejthree meat and three vesctable. He-, sugsestion aud imslponpd the referrn-j strlclfons have ueen drawn up In cori-j dniu. They also decided to ailjo'jni I iuncllon wllli representatives ot the, and mate in] effort Id get th'o men! provision trades, and have been tak-' baclj to wort. Whether they will .be able lo do that remains to ho seen, as the men are'doing very much] us they desire at tire present time. TUe strike Is almost universal now. Danhhead, Cao.niore, Coloman and McGllltrray, and on.e or two oilier smaller caoips, nrc working. Uellcvue wenl out yesterday. FIIOXT P.AOB) per cent, of the class at Itoe front .or en in good parl'.by'.bdth public anil restaurant. proprietors. equally 'neicssary. The third evil was a protective tar- iff for Ihe sake'of a favored manufac- turing class who had far out-grown babyhood and were now oppressing the consumer. One-lentil of the farnrers increase was taken by the tariff. Tbe fourih great evil was the man- ufacture and sale of intcilcaling li- iiuor, which biifore the war was cost- ing Canada lives per year, or in ten lo lifleen years as many lives as the present great war will cost our if it continues another year or two. We don't have anj- casually list ot the victims.of liniior and do not notice their- numbers. The re- moval of Uie drink evil will be one important.by-product-of tho war which will yiejd.large compensation tor our fiebale.on-UIE afluress, the adjourn- losses. ment being moved at 0 o'clock, when The remedies. proposed for these the .house rose, by Hon. Charles Mar- oyils and llieir attendant poverty and He will continue'on Thursday. I degeneration, were organlzalion for iirlier speakers' we're D- D.-Mac-l well dVnt; as vre have organized kcnzie, Cape Breton; W. A. Boys, a galas! TtronjJoing; strong for social SouUi Elmcoc; E. TV. Mesbitt, North! and- .economic .conditions will were heard during the short Wedoes- Oiford, and Vf. F. Brant- Uoys Incluied "-to charge 'Quebec. province with -haying '-failed In Its uuly; but t adopt- cd th'e'vlew tbat'the necessity of aid being given to the. allies had not been sufficiently impressed on the I-Ycnch- Canadians. He declared that the -irono'crfDl story of French heroism at Yernuu EneuM'rJe-told at every cross- roads In Quebec province as lant to recruiting. Upn. Charles Mercil said the ex- istence in Quebec of. Ihe'View that X'anada; shopjd not participate .In an give equality of opportunity; a new ideal of 'will not be for the 23-men said lo coatrol Can- ada nor Cor the eight million who labor, but for both. So may hope toVrerhoyc tho cvila' which Ha back of the unrest which the social fabric loday. Her. Mr. Cobbledlck presided, the hall was tilled. YeslerdaT illss Briedcn spoke at tbe noon hour lo the girls of the LethbriQce laundry, and at 3.30 to girls 3 to 13 In the .Central school auditorium... This afternoon she spealis.' to girls 13 years an'd upward in Central sclioo' at 3.30 p.m. and in'tlfe evening at S o'clock she will close her-campaign in the city by addressing'a public meeting in Knor.church. 3. That .all foodstuffs -not in- cluded in the reciprocity agree- meut be placed OH the free lisl. 4. -Thut agricultural linple- .menls, farm inaclilnerj'. vehtcle's, fertilizers, coal, luuibcr, eenieul, and illumluatiug Juch and lubri- cating oil he placed on the free list. 0. That tho customs tariff on all Ihc necessaries of life be ma- terially reduced. 6.- all tariff concessions "ranted to other Countries be ira- medEattly extended to Great tain. TAXATION 1. Dirwt lax oa.J rap roved land including -all'natural re-' i sources. A sharply sratletl Income t3T on all incomes over, a -year; 3. A heavy graduated interl-. tancc tax "on large estates- 4. A.graduated'income tax on the corporations' over 10 per cent. r_ ELECTIONS, by the ijroporllon- aic' represents live" system of bal-. Joling, y" 2. Publicity of political cam- paign .funfl cnnlribnttoti anil ex- penditure botli before and'aTter elections. 3. 'The e-itension of the fran- chise to Tvbmea. ri" 4. Right recall. 6. The abolition of, the pres- ent reeulatlop in regard Lo an election deposit. r GENERAL .1. The' inltlalive and--referen- dum under Ihe direct legislation. 2. Abolitton of Uie patronage syslera. 3. f'ull prdvmciaraulonomy in liquor legislalion; Incluilicg- ninn- and export." -J, Tliat no laore naluniy re- sources he alicnatcil from thft but. brought into only on short .term leases, In which the interests of .the public shall be properly safeguarded. Such lease "be granted only by public auction. 5. Competitive examinations for all civil service, appointments. C.' NationstUaiLion o[ all rail- TrayT telegraph aid express com-.- ranles. 7. Provialooal rrnyjnoia] -con-. trol ot all "natural resoiirrrs, thereby .placing Alberta and .Sas- katchewan on a "par with other provinces. We me luliins'slock, :iml litiDihor of things to oli'ei; at 'special UurgnUis i'oi'Sutunlay... 1 !JO only, Hcrsc SUIvls v Puro wool soreo in-black and navy. All sizes. Slylcs llm newest. Very rtr special bargain at........... C> oiil.v, -TaO'cta Sillc Sltlrls JJlack, jjprfoct dye oml Ilnlsli. al with pockets. Ilcgulur ;s.OO Wcek.bnrt sulo prlco...................... Look iit (iicsc Hosiery ytVins for liliu'k Silk lioot Hose' 25 dozen. All sizes. Per jialr Jiludc CasliHicrc Hose >i; 10 dozen. Seamless anil n Good.'weight. All sizes, per pair Fleece Hose 15 A coinforiaMo'wIntcr. stock- ing mul one that will good Clearing tit per pair...... "Going up oh Better try the low gear first.-' The human have the right kind of fuel-; food. Powebto do things'! comes .that is., rich in muscle-building ma--, terial, that is easily Shredded Wheat is a high- kind that' fits a man or womari for the day's enough'' muscle-making material, just j enough heat-making ial to keep the body .in top- notch condition. Shredded i Wheat is .ready-cookedj; ready-tq-eat. Two Biscuits with.milk make a nourish-' a cost of a J few.- cents. -Made in Canada. SECRET SESS1ON..OF FRENCH PARLIAMENT .Paris, Jnn. chamber .of deplilies 'decided-to'day" by a vole of 2SD to 187 lo liold a secret session I this afternoon. The calendar'will be. called for discussion of.; .intcrpella- .lons'on the present situation of corps in Macedonia am] Ilic at Athens on DC cember 12. Premier at last week's ses sion promised to give ihc .cliamoer ,2n. explanation and all tieUits In these connections! ;Otlaifa, Jan. In occnpicd the remainder of th fesifon Hon. .Charles Marcil Leroleux in length specclics defended Quebec Ln-rcgar to reuniting. Ther-satd that the'nn satisfaclcry condition ol affairs In th province waa due to lack ot prope, nicthodg-and .to the presence of Nationalist In the cabinet. MacLcan and J. 11. Sinch were tne only, other speakers. M MacJ.ean i-ame out Jn of national gorcmmcnt tor Canada. pnonsc. Vcrrllle morcd Ihc adjour menl of Ihc debate. It Is staled Ih Sir Sam Huetica will speak on Tuc dzjr neit.vlt 13 said that Ihc hous likely ivlll adjourn on February 3. A Clearing Sale of Grepe-de- -Ghihe Waists This of to IIK soW iit grcaHy reduced priced Colors: gfc.V, I'liinnjcig'iii', black ivoi'y. All tb gio at a Discount 15J 19 "Sco'idi Kiiilting' DIack; Heather anii-Orny. Per vouhd I 30x30 in. White II. S. 'Sfliiavcs 1ablC3 or plilavv shnms. Siiccml, each -liiiii .-Dresser Rnnnci's 36 hi. White I.acc and inserlian trlniuied all T -15 nnil 50 inches long. Epdi VV; Pcr'.yaril fcUC "J- v Ladies' or. Wliito HiDHlkcrchicfs, lln'S Avcck cud price r or. All Silk Scrgii fJU'csscs at Rcdu'cert 'Prices.'-'.'' All Coats at cgiiliir Pvirc; s i All Girls' lirc-sscs ..ami: ..Goats at Kctjiiccil Ajl at Itciliifcil Prices. :it This Store iSatiu'tli'y i'oi1 Gi THE SIMPSON COMPANY, BE FOR 2 Ottawa, Jan. diite of the adjournment ol parliament haa not rot been fixed. The prime minister ias not yet been aa lo the xact time when'Uie Imperial ence will bo held; and, lacV.ing that 'Dforniallon It Is InapOEsible ofcou 16 lit-upon a dale "of adjournment ol the house. General Hughes wiH.spcafe on .Tues- day next ond there ia a Very consider able IpUrcil as to what he will say Adjournment Uic Tis cz pccted, will be for a' jicriod ol. prac Uo nionlhs and business is not likely to be reamucJ before Aditf. as the minute they left the oven the way you always get in the triple-scaled Cartons. 'Plain or Sailed. Packages only. quall GfoAHAM'WAFEDS change to something resh and delicious, hortti-West Biscuit Cs., Limittd ALTA. Customers B ack Up the Statement that Fifstf Liast arid Always, thiey' The Highest Quality r. feonv0elanys Limited -We: aj'ways sec .lo it tliivf lljcro iir.vcr ;cnu be Crrusc for liuyoi1 gets, lill .oui''incals-iu isjiii- very clioicc'sC.'-'iinil iibthiiig ajWiiyff -Ihul vooked and us (iciiiuiisfi'jid; WHERE TO CJO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. In Poflo nico clcclric vlros ire oli" ,_ at Umcfl by a paraslllc plan1 grows upon them, ot nourlshmenl-Troui the air.-. Alnitisl'ireffcVtVy 'piirc hydrofccn gag licliiR inane'by, ji new tlcnnan pro- thru' liciiv-Tg, (l, under a It can lie .stored ininicdl.ilcly." A hniah to lie suspended on the ride of to ycnl "It pa- loiilcil.uy two ;