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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta JULt 25, 1919 THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HEHAUJ PAGE TKJXET! Tom Moore, President, ami P. M- Draper. Secretary, have seal out lhe following "Convo-ulion Call" tor tho .Trades and Labor Congreis of Can- ada: 1 The Xfblrlr flfth Annu.ll Sesflon ot i the Traden and Uibor Conireta ot Canada will convene in tbe P.oyal Can- naught Hotel Auditorium. City of Ha.uillou." beginning at 10 oVlork. Monday morning, September the 22nd, 1919, and will continue in session from ilay lo day unlll tho business ol the Convention hss been completed. X, The Cily of liuobec. it" Ancient O'lp- llal, was the scene of last year's memorable convciUion. This year thn Congress has gelcttod the beautiful lily of Hamilton in Ontario, us Iho place ot ils annual mtcllns. This is the long-established 'programme con- tinued ol aifonlins each ieciioii oi Ibe Dominion a fair opportunity o[ having the Congress, and of givlujj Ihc mem- bers ol Iho Congress Ihe adranluge ot coming In rtaic conlacl iviftt lhe citizens ot every of Ihe Do mnsl o.r___ ____ fur IfviuK. t'Ut It must advance further each suices ..ive year along ilin ol organ- ization anil watchful activity. Let there be no delay iu .he- ins or delegates. Tu ,'hre.tuliy telecl Ihem und to atnd lo lhe C-cnvenlloa the very bfit anil niost mcu uossible il Is necessary to foinuience (ijs Re lldass often Imns aWut re "c" grellaUo KJPS in Ihc ruuVs whi-is ceplion Will He At Won- time comes fur lln> mtillutt Wo need s vurv strong and influential Conven- tion year stove- other and immediate and oralul (real or I REPLIES f Have been receives lor following boi tod waltlni lo bi. calNi tor: 23. 21. If. 'i. 105. 107. 10S, H'5. 117, 126. ISO. 131. 115 PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS MEDICAL eSlcien'- solecllon Is imperative. OTTAWA. July of ibe must members 'n Jjj. i Aug. 1, but If the strike is noL settled ioon J vc SPECIAL COIFFURES MANICURING PHONE 1710 o Labor Congest, ol faulia or the Am- j ly to erlcan Federnllon of Labor. Attention ot delegates is drawn lo the following recommendation ol tbe I.aljel Coiumlllce adopled at last year's convention: -That every delegate io nen yearn Congress" he requested to have nol I Tue MetBgama conies, to Quebec and Montreal mil tlio probabilltlM are lhal tho first bis celebration to welcome him on his return to Canada will leis place In Montreal, unless Iho geueral should Ihan ilireo disllnct union labels his person anil Ihat immediately the adoption of Ihe report of lhe Credenllal Committea R committee of ihreo previously appointed by the Ei- cculivc Council and consisting of dele- gates' who cither represent or are niembcrs'ot label-bcarins crafts boal at Quebec. prefer to leavo Plans for tbe ulflcta Oi All Kinds Limited. P. Freljrrt Ehcdv PHONES ME01CAL (JALUKAITII t I 'J tilrd Ave. Soun. l.'OS; Dr LyO'i's rcsiOenct, ii3. Mom- J evenlm; j t investieal Jeterrainc uumlicr nvesb of labelE upon the parson ol each dole- Bole lo Ihe Convention. II shall linn bi; Ili of llio Commutes to read reception ol Sir Arthur wjll be made as soon as MtJor-Gen. Mcwb'urn. niin- ister of inlllllH. returns lo the llal. The slriko of the dock workers !s again seriously ilelayine demobiliza- The Canjiiian soldiers P hoine but for the strike. Present eipeclailoTis kK Iliat rtcmobilizaUPii will hn praellcally complete hy Aug. 15. minion. Since last nlel vital changes have taV.eo place and exceptional condition; have arisen The world has passed from a siale of almost universal war lo one ol ten- oral peace. A period of transition reconstruction and Dili of lhe chuutic tion plahs. would all FRACHE BROS. Carnations -riicnahla (toners. Flora! tieslans OENTAL M" j ofusoN -'.-ijiisT Ulls ol llcyai Jolltge c( llanlal Sur- tinai Toionio nud h'- o[ i Uou- Inlou Dental L'c'rlirkslu. looaij 5-6 Uryan Illuct IJhoce lOil Wl I.. '1. AULKN, Usnusl; s I'ulverUly ol ilaryliiud; X-Hay eiulyrutl-l. Office, lUwui Kylauill Puuno life I C.fllce hours 1.3'J lo 3 Vl. Elf WILL "H'iTtKrti. UEOTMT.j. Mone_W._ __ i Uaccctsor U.-J. llin. ana Mtrrn. I DKS. CONNOR. McNALI.Y tt UEECfl Uourt b to 5 Otoce rLulnbothiG, -Olfica, 109 flberloc-t Block. U'ock PLLiiB 3" uLoces: Clllcs hesldMcs o? _: Dr. Connor. 6W; resloute il Dr. Url. r. W. ITUX-uit-.TlST 1 omce tour3: U w uai.e iVcrili Wejtern IJeutai UlUvers- to 3 allj ta s yvi, ROVi HIIVAXS. Olllca Royal UanX W. O. 'CAMI'UELL. itroi. Sure. Of- in'u yhjlie BEHOLD GOOD LONDON. Intosh of King street W. has conie, svith readjustments. 1-onfuslcu created by; the taaa- new and uiiacciislomellveleiuenls have arisen lo affect Ihc social, political, nat- ional and International" affairs of'all countries, Canada Included. A wave unrest has swept over never ueiorc found so much need or culmness. clelerniiualion, vigilenre and organisation Tho momentous question of International Trades Uu oiit to ilic Convention the names ol the delegates iuvestigalcd and the number ot distlnct'labcls In llicir pos- session. U shall be an instruction to the Kseculivc Cbnucil Ihat a copy ol this recomiucndurion-ba sent out with LOSUO_N- Kaliu ol j the oQIcial Conveulion call. GONE! HOOK, LINE SINKER! SPILLS POLICY OF PREPAREDNESS BOSTROH AND BRADY IR RIOATION LEVELS. HAY AND GRAIN- U.G.G. FARM MACHINERY. NATIONAL -RUBBER TIRE- FILL6R. STAUDE MAK-A-TRACTORS K M c. KEROSENE BURN. ER3 FOR FORD CAHS' fcHOE REPAIRIliO i B 1713 for i vour shoe" Work n-ompllj. Orders called for ana Frank illlei. Oil Soulh. llauovsr reported lo the police today j tliat the highways In iliin vie-, i luity have nol been '-ine'ie safe for, ilemocracy" as represented by Ihc I 'greal body ot flivver owners. While1! 'en route from Windsor lo Hanover CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUNP :LETHBnlDGE BRANCH TlllHD Floor Post Office BulldlnE. Till' Ottico hours: iu to 4. Satur- toy: 10 to-1. I atur- CS-3" iltrl] it lit ihe roadside awaiting repairs. He "v uro Si 'of SI Marv'3 Uoinan chained of the'wheels and .secured LWU Ul _ l.n Calholic -church died uitmn a shoii time ot each oilier. Mr. n ion Aflillalion lia.s nssumcd proport- ions ihat tar eiceod in imiiorlanco lo ihe Trades Union Movement IliiilE heretofore esjierienccd. ;my- Not mo o e congregfltlon oi slaunch applied a species ot Christianity which impelled them to pass resolutions of sympathy. Such considerate action was greatly appreciated by llie Uoinan rnaineu one _ __i_. .1 I Aiifle P P H.. U taste m, e wen nrcr not lafer Ihan ten days to (JJQ -iiomo-hrcw'' to. Ihe chief." A'Ier :tho opening of lhe Convention, the a smell tho police 6liicial dec i.icd same lo be printed and issued at the The foreigner had an idea tliat the opening session of the Congress. Res- law could force the re turni of a intarlo Temperance Act'which 1 Canada; low pi ices. Iwenly to its lo be cjiialiticd pay; irrigated lauds ill Sunny southern f That is wlml Alberla, wilh loan ol J2000 In im- hie! O'.NCII wains 'to knos'. prbvcmonls to assist new settlers. Act The other day a Pole arrived in his now-Uiey are going fust. For free wr.pr.ed-np parceL full Lands, C. P. IL, S05 1st SI. East, Ca gary-_______ OH acres iirleable.laud. full water right, mall libuse and ham, 40 acres sum rnerfalpwed; olhenviso inlnrovcd. in cludlnE ditches, reservoir ami fct.ic- 'sis miles Irom A The KTecutlve shall appoint a Cora- millce on llesolullons from llie Cre dential Delegatea and the said Com mittec s'jall meet] at least one day prior, to the opening of the Conven- tion forUlie purpose of considering nil blUiness suhmiltcd to them." Representation and-Election of LAWBREAKER GIVES POLICE TIP: FLEES "WHEN NO MAN PUR5UETH Sergl. Wallace accompanied liy Constable Stcwar and County Constable Kcrr, rode along on WUkins street this morning Sailings Deleflaits imunb The ConEress shMl he composed of to search a house for they pass e onEress s delegates duly e'cctcil anil accredited eel a foreigner. from Provinc'al Fcdcrallons ot Labor, When they couple In the Dominion of Canada, staff valued at J10 per Un.. It is now nu I no raioS there, be tnoreUt the polled depol The th.n on. central body to he chartered who it Iransnires broughl It from by the Trades and Labor Congress ol largo. llnions ngres of remesenUtion be 13 paid 'from lieaduarlcrs on total Cnnaiiian membership In standing; 'Trades 1'edcral Labor Unions shall, lie allowed one dolcgalo for each one hundred mem- bers or initloV, am] 'or c'lcl' ad' dllional one hundred or majority frac- lion lliercof. Trades Councils and Xallonal Trades. Unions, llirco' dels- inlon onch; Provincial Keilcralions of Labor, one delegate each; Intcrnation- al orBanintlioiu affiliating their Can- ndian memlcrship from lieaJqusrlerS shall be-cultlled to one delegate to lie iiomlnatctl from their .Canadian metn- liershlp. Two or more Trades whoso aggregate membership does not exceed may unite and Jend-ono rlelegale, .No proxy will he nllovml. Needless to licre what has been reiteraleil yearly, aboul lhe nec- r.ssily of perfecting our organization, Cnnllallil and the. Employer are perfectly organized. At Hie command of I'nesc arc nol only lhe wcallli bill .alio lhe Influences Ihul can be jiccnr- 'cd' lalelit, aliillly. legal Bcuntcii...ilir- (heir service. their. j> according lo an official 'good 1 13 erruin-ui... strilcmcul Issued lo-dr.y hy the gener- al staff. This'shows Ihc Ihreo British New and allow materially higher pay for each grade Ihan doerthe Unit- ed stales. For Inslance, In Ihe-Auslral- Ian army 3. corporal earns per monlli aa compared in ?3C -In Ihc American army. The Oilier e.uremr shown in Ihc case of France, Japan and llnly, where Ibo private receives 73 emits and 5S cents per month respectively, against the J30 paid lhe American doiiBlihoy. CHURCH WALL CREVICE LIQUOR HIDING PLACE nqrcl rcsorl of Iho thinly ones of lliis cily Ins been discovered. H t.i not In some seclud- ed valley, some deserted shack, nr'a louo nnd desolate cave. In fad, II is In tho Congregational church, right in the heart ot the city, and but a stone's from Dmlos slrcel. To (lay the discovery, wfis maile ot a lonso alone Blab in the sldo of lhe rliurcli, which, when removed, dls 180.00 acre. Will lake a nodern collage or bouse of value ?300I> lo {1000, and JiOOl) cash as firi [laymcni. balance extended ove live years at C per cent. R. V. Gib iKins, lloom II. Stafford Block. acr ranch, 450 acres in sood crop. 200 tons of hay on grouhd (u cul. Hay I contracled to' be nut In slnrt for tron Sli.GO lo 13.51 per ion. or conlracl. can be cancelled if desired. .Lund n well fenced; 15 good springs; goo InllldineF. moilern house, iq.milc nurllicasl ol Calgary. Alfa. This Ihe. best ranch in Iho country and to sale al JS3.00 [ier acre, cas and balance ten equal yearly mcnls. for 1n days only. Apply Steadman fc Hill, Ihnlstal. Alia. 1SC- IN' SASKATCI1RWA ready lor stock, wilh ami jaslnre, hay ami water. SOD acres, vitli free pasture adjoining. Great i icavinc connlry, mile .of running ilrcani, lui acres in oals, 50 acres summenVllow. 300 Ions ;hay aboul 10 cut. Amplo shelter for Eumrac-r and -wlnler. 'Ten miles from rwids. IV.T) miles from school and church, plione line adjoining. Nlca larcc house, slone cellar, new narna. ----1 crop, good From Montreal 10 a.m. Subject to chang u......'..Scolian .YU_. 2S.........Tunisian MONTREAL-LIVERPOOL- Froin Montreal 10 a.m. .Subject _lo chanj Aug. Auu. 23........Mellla 7........Scotian Sepl 8........Minncrlosc.. Sept 12....... Scandinavian Kept 1C........Jlelagama rfept Sepl 3U.-.....r'--MelHa Oct." t........Tunisian LETHBRIDGE TO LIVERPOOL Minimum Rates (Cabiu) 2nd class 5155.90, lai J5 00 3rd class 5127.15, las It travelling on Jlelila, Mm- r.edos.1 or Jlelagama add 55.00 second and 51.2! 3rd class lo nhovo rates. (Piissport tnriu3 supplied.) Call or wvite for lull infornli- lion, C. P. n. Ticket Ottice( JAS. GORDON _ Depol Ticket AQcnt '.PHONE 512 Tickets issued on all oilier At lautic lines. and Juue 'V you are and waul lo regain bcalth, lati chlrouraciic tipinal adjuslnldati ac-d gel Office, SbBilock Hldg. Hours: V lo 12 and 1.3D to i. Ei'eniogs by appointment. Phoiifes; Oitlce. 1U7Y. Itcsldculc, HAIR DRES3INO HAH1 DUESSING lora and Comfort Itooms, Hull TJIocii. 7th Street, neit to Christian Science reading room. Special elec- tric treattnent for weak scalpj and tailing balr. Special facial mas- lagfl- t'or appoinlmcnta '_ PHONEJ710 PIANO Q. H. CR1PPS, tlXPBRT Player-I'lano and Orgp.n nepa'.rer; M yenrs' Uclory eipcrlencc. Uon- j OUTS CertUlcate M.T. Assn.. Londoa, Euglaiid- Relerencei to Ibe Hading muelclans ot the city. Pione 116S. 021 10th St. 9.____________ VIAVl H. a. C. THOill'SON, Phyaiclaii HIglnbo'.hiui Block. Office hours: 11-12; 1.30-3.30; 7.30-8.J3. Phonc-i: Orflca 4'tC; Residence. 1979.- DK. D. llml-. ted to diseases of eye. ear, nrca ftoAl throat. Glissci titled. Offices: W 7 and S, Higlnbotham Block- OIEIca hours: 5 to 12; Z lo 5; 7.20 to S.50.J Office phone, 1530. Res. phono. 43o.J DH. gcon and Accoucheur. Otflco, Ottl Office Uoura: 10-li; l.SOV 3.3U; 7.30-S.30. Phones: residence, 11M2. Oflice VIAVI A HOME REMEDY lor. itnin. en'n diseases and nervous dlsorajri. Successlul for 26 years. Literature on reau'est. Mrs. A. Llngard. 933 7lh 31. 3. Phone 1712. Id.slcd. Difficult cases a specially. J. M. HENDERSON -Office at Wright's Jewelry Store. Hours: 10 lo 12 a.m. and 2 lo 5 p.m. DR. J. E- HORNING OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN -I 316-18-20 Sherlock Bldg.-' Hours 1012; 2-4, and appointment f EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th St. South, ,1 Day and Evening School. I ShSrUiand. Trpewrltlns.-nootteeplol. I and all Commercial Subje.cu. I Oillce Phpnn 1316. 'f of Prlnclpsl 1Ml.. I Wrilo for Full PRIVATE HOSPITAL'S P.O. Boi COS. SIGHT SPECIALIST Southard Block. Third South. Phono 1559. Ret. Phone 1937, Kor sale, Including -hay and also equipment if'desired, on terms. Iinmediite possession. CJrcBl chance for slocUman wllhonl [coil move riglil on bridge-, Alln. ELECTRIC-SUPPLIES Eleclrlo I.IEht and Power Contractor! Phone 1312 eo Glh SL 3. Lelhbrldge Lighting a Speclalt Contraclors .lor EUctrlc-al o Cardston Temple- llox 2S Herald; Lclh- -NOTICE The consc'iucnce is that II behooves closed n coiiplc of billies ol "hoolch.' The fhurcli has lately been dcserlcil The consc'iucnce ;s uiai n Tilr fimrcn nas lacc-u uui'u iiuaein-.i Ihcf friends of Labor lo meet these i (hoso ivlio chose fhl.l hiding-place conditions wltli like This la for Ihcir precious liiiiior nnnarenllv oni ultuntloti tli.it mn.sL lie considered. by llie l.'oiive'nfo'n nhil that will uol lironl; jlelay. only nnisl Milinr used It sluco end of Ihn .cellar 'WM f.iilnit illicitly strewn Hut which H bus won In will, irollteii onto tonu.lned lli 'Turin, In the j'oii'ml kepi hy Cliaj. Orcen. N. 7-11-10 W. 1. U black mam RIIU sucking on lett'lblsh. 7-n, small black riding hors on lell thigh. 180- Dr. A. T. SPXNKIE M.D., C.H. Eye, Nose, Ear and Specialist nrilcs; Suite 121-122 'Now P. liurna HulldlnE. corner Slh and 2i.d SU-cet B.. .Calgarr. Phones; OHIce. M2077. COAL Dollvcrcil in Two Toll Ixils Scrctntd Lump.S12.75 two tons; Slave Coal L0.76.lwo tons. Coal two tons FEDERAL COALS, LIMITED Teltphons 305' Hill'Block Holidays and Water.lon Lakes How many would couple (he al.ovo fileas if Uiey could over. come tins dltllcnlltcs. ot trans- porting Iheir If that Js all Ihat Intcrtorcs jour holiday Plans, try Gobelle's Delivery Service Satisfaction Guaranteed. Careful. Driven, Leave your orders al 712 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Phone 16'M or 1915 COLLECTIONS We handle accouriis all over lhe world. No results no charge Everything in Book- keeping Audits .'or any period. Sys- tems nnd" consllllallons. Books tept and balanced. We can save yon limo. >Vo solicit business (rntsiOa ot tho clly. R, C. FARr.lS SERVICE AGENCY f, Macdonald Block Phona HI! CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS RITCHIE PATER30N AND COMPANY 6-6 Aeldtan Building1 61! Third Avenua (South) VANrHAAlll.BM PJ11VATB 11OSPTAL is now closed.'and he reoiiiUeu, on the 1st of_Seplerobcr..l910. MUSIC I OECORATINO s-. .lONES-PianofortB Playing and Theory; puoils en erad I Fir the eiamlnations of the lloyal- Academy and Royal College of Music, last were snccesstul. .Studio, C23- 9lh Strcot South. __ J __ J' 5IRS W.'ll. JpHSS'OS-Teuc'her'.oI piano liarmony' and theory- PuPl's recitals. Pupils trained for Toronto A Conservatory- eiajnlnaHpus if .do- Slndio, 1E3S 5lh Are. (formerly 152C 5th Avc. A. S.> WELLINGTON DEC- orators. Faperhanc-.rs P.lnt.ra. Kalsomlnloe. and Sign Writing. EstlDistes ilren. Tbe oldest palnlera la T-othbrlneo BeJ- phono MTJl offlct plonV mi. Sherlock Bldt. L.U.- hriajta. H. OLIVER PilNTEtl V.also- "ralnlns. Get our prices. Wa do connlry work- 6tl. St. south. Ptono .1056., .DANCE MUSIC DANCE li yon the ._.- "best, for your money, then get Duii-i lilng'e: three-piece orchestra. Caivi Air liar nt hotel, Noblelorfl, 'Alia: I GENERAL BUILDING DECORAT- (Dg Paperhanglns. Pbon. Gil 5th P41NTINO Decorating, Kslsomlnlns; "Autonlobllcs "and DcllVcry Wagons palnloJ. Adolpbson, st. c, x- _ 6PIHEULA QENFTIAI., IONS AND on jour wort, we will risuroiaepar- i etely on plastering, concrete i_ llepa tldewalka, -Biythlnl la cement line. 6th ftrcnue A. south.' TfoiTf1. Bullfler I and relumed veteran. City and country work o! all klndg-by lha Job or hour, nepairg, alleratlona anfl Jobblils eslimtttea qilltkly Jlemodtlllng ft specially. Thos. F. Ward, Builder and Returned Veleran, No. 1K" Boi 53. Letlinrldw.-.- Mado Phone 320 MRS. MARTIN 711 Wh St. A, 8. DONT FORGET WARVtTERAN CUNSMITH8 barren ttralghloned, Kuni roilocl ed gun worX.done lay n gnninllll raBdo, losta rep.alrea, McyrleL anr llgnl faaebinerr lepatred, lawn ibarpectd. D. E. Indlia Hoforcrclo AKcnL.Phona 1032, SUl Slreol, opposite Herald "CLEANINQ AND OYCIHQ THE SPEClALiaTlj IN French Dry. Cleaning. Our prouii eliminates 'danger'ol inlury lo jar- menls. Only the highest clast work inrnrd out. ,No IrnmeiUti attention Is to cptlntry or't.-; JZ4 Cth Street SOUlh. Phonn 1313. LOO SAM-CLEAN1NO, Repairing 'Tell t reasonable jirlcei. We .deliver goodi. 6lh SMttJ mono 634. '____'_ __ B01LERMAkEBS TAKE YOUIt to D B HacDonlld, first class raech- will care of jour wort Satisfaction gnaranleed. 111-1 trial ono of eai- toiners. Opposite- Herald nuiiainj. 6tb.3l- _ boltfng, crown ihcels rehabblling and englna six rears' oiperlenco In thtl locality. Orders led at Nken machine-..; shop will recolva prompt altenllon. p'fease Notify LOWE, 1603.1 BAKEHV -____l_ T KIKKBY ft CoTHIUll-CLASS HAK- ery, lor pastry that you can depend upon belnc mada on princlpHB. Klrkby ft Co.. lie. S. 1'hoK ;