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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX DAILY HERALD MONDAY. JUNE 4. In Support of Candidates Are Working Hard IFrom Our OTVD Mscleod. June 4 J-T. M. TwteJio's Ciwaa uic liigit lu ICT] ises o( all who hflpoj lo u-iVe ihb Lteil Cross trip a grant! success. Tbo ranuiu ix-or-le did trieir best to maKe inois go. R. E. Gardiner Wounded It, K. Uanlincr, a Mnilec.Hl toy. !s toJ.iy tlio list ot wounded. Kuisley, as ho is known, was born in Macleod. attended srfoool lifTe. and one or our briglilrsl .vomtK uien, J. McUunaM. wno has is- Filling to oHet the Liberal caiUi.l in 1'iurtlCT Creek, returned uigbt. Iroui a trip. Uev. A. Lcvvic-. Mio Ivis been tcnding the Methodist eoiilereni-e, re- turned Saturday meeting Friday night was a quiet one. >3 he told the same story ot 1913. ouly ETI aJilitionai chapter, all the tslallou passed by ike present Sifton government, was introduced by reso- lutions from the opposition, and after- wards made Inlo bills, end put through the house, so that ,r.o credit Is due Oic goTernraer.t. to the opposition. Mr. wts careful not to maVe promises what they would do suc-jlilj they be elccieJ. sod hs finished with Buenos Ayros. .'unc the cry. "turn them out." cign minister yesuTdJy The. race now Is on in earnest, both former German mini Kio for titi! liiTHUU teHeveJ VJ SHIPS. V.L> j .ii'cree providing wn Brazil o[ the :n l.'rjziliari ports. 11 utcree will ba put Inlo surprises will be banded to both sides on election- dsy. when the voies are of the Utter -re looking forwar'd to the lime when they be BoUliBE ificy o( Ibe. now h'eld by the men. and'will endeavor to Bel a good example for their children to follow. Mr. Patterson will be busy every night up (o election day, iiKvtu.cs each night, and meeting Ihc rotors during Ihe day. Sir. fikelding and his worker.- every iay and every nlrtil for, and aped a prsnd liiule theatre on Wednesday. -M--' Tbompeon will speak 10 i i r.inJ. give the last call to vote ior ibr gov- tmment. A me.-rier party nf-rer Iffi thin lie "Miteummer D3? as tiey colured lo Crar.-jra on Eatmtiay Efternoon ari play to's "-rowded acJ >ery apiirtc'c- tlra audience, in :tf opt.-j Sdase n fltieea rccto.-s 10 carry the little lolts lien others weni cy train, ana Cnrdstoii, k. _, Far more eHectivc than blicky Fly 01' (.'OHmry KmS.. Catchers. Clean to handle. So'.dby k Grocers everywhere. pair WHEN USING r'' WILSON'S FLY PADS DIRECTIONS. etion conference I J'JlH'r action lu ro- Cl'mnt which '--a-..'-: U'Jsf'S the Im- ill KMrJ by forwarding i >it lot-it '.'-'uoaa and other labor ik-- request that en- K'ven to a detuaud tor station or the board on the i.: of or labor :iv imprests. Tfce V--- arc aatwl lliat thp demand ondorsaUou be forwarded by to premier llordcn ami to the members representing the fn which they happen to :v located. The unions will be surpllfil with ft isl ot clehi specittc complaint s that ho .conterencc haa decided caii bo oilgco tne imperial munitions soard Sum marked they deal wllh .be boards alleged hostile attitude to? labor: violation of sanitary vatlou of the "health ol employees in camp aud plant cons I rue lion, lowering, elyuination of the eight- hour day and the Introduction of ti-n, twelve aud fourteen hour days and seven day weeks; unnecessary dilu- j tton nf labor by women, ihc ivon- raaiDlenaDCe of ihe saiuo wage stand- artli for male and female labor; the subEtUUtion of cheap seml-skilleJ i labor from rural dislricls tor con- j stmctlcn wort, the refusal to recog- cize trades union representatives in' I determining traces and liours on con- and ihe challenging of trade uniou officials to obtain' rysoiialilc conditions by use of their own power instead or tbrojgh iiegoiIatioDs which would result in strikes. Unusually assortments and exceptional values 4'haraderixt Hils season's (be past. atrus law us u year ago-iu of sharp ad- VaiHTs in many lilies, made by very early and liberal pvirvhases before aUvaum.wm put on for fhis KCUKOIL J This June White Sale a Special Feature And Will Help French Fushiou French Fashion Uiulerskirts to Envelopes. (o LADIES' CAMBRIC GOWNS Special values to Solve Your WliHewcar French Fashion C'ouibinatiuiis French' Fashion Corset Covers French Fashion Drawers and LADIES O. 5. GOWNS llulloueil or. Sltn-qvcr. 10 ija.oo Satisl'nctorlly. Fancy Tetli- coats Jjil.S.VtoijiS.OO' BLACK SATEEN DRAWERS 2 to 12 years." 40c LADIES' CORSET COVERS Lace or Embroidery 3oc to LADIES' PRINCESS Lace or Kuitroldcry Trlmiued. to UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE OF Farm Stock, Implements, Honseliold Goods and Coiitents of General Store AT.OME. O'CLOCK J3n1 Saturday, June 9th VM Cearjc.Stcfiiiick'cSlcrc, B.O. Lot's Diamond City '1 frimo'hou'se, 21-30, 16 feet MED; 1 kitchen, 14-24; 1 other apartment. 20r22; 1 other small house, 12il6; 1 fhacls, HsSS. 3 roorab; 1 shack, I'small bam, 18 feel hist; 1 stable, 16i35; 1 shed. 10x16; 1 chicken house, SH2. -.HORSES AND mare, 9 years old, 1100 Ibs.j 1 horse; 7 years horse. S years old, Ibs.; 1 cow. 4 years' old, 1 -cows, S'.years old, fresh; 1 heifer; 1 year old. lumber wagon; 1 delircry wagon; 1 sel ol double team harness, new; 1 set of double team work eel of'Biagle harness. 50.chickens; 50 pigeons; H ducks. HOUSEHOLD double, beds, spring and 4 single beds, spring and; mattress complete; 1 large cook 2 heating kitchen, stove; 1 laundry 'ttove. CONTENTS OF new; 5 grain lanka, nearly new; 8 bundle racks; I cook car and Iruclt; 1 pump and hose; 1 trunk house and (ruck; 5 gasoline tanks; 1 threshing outfit, Kalrriaiika-Moree cnslnc, elzo SOiCO; 1 Decker BCnarator, 35iGO in gvoi repair, one season; also a quantity of lumber, 40 rolls of page wlie, forka, shovcla, EOJTJC potatoes nnd other HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE-3 Iron heds cqmplete' with springs and mnUrcEsos; 4 pairs window curlaln.t; 8 window i sideboard; 2 dressers; Z comodcs; Insanitary couch; 1 treasure' cook range, nearly new, C hole; 1 cook stove. 4 hole; I healing 1 washing machine; 1Z chalra; 2 rockers; 1 wicker fockerj 1 dining room laWc; 1 large kitchen table; 1 toilet 1 sofa; complete outfit or dishes 'or cook car, z number of house dlshev cooking ulcnslla. a number of plclnrcs, and a large amount of oil'- cloth'In good shape. Everythlna Muit bt Sold is the Proprietor his .sold hli 'farirl, LUNCH WILL BE SERVED XT NOON 7: (ijrr.l iis.OO and under Caih. Over that amount' 'J.'i credit on furnlirdni Joint riolesMtHri per cent, off for on.all erHli BEN WHITNEY, pfepritrsr. j E. ENGLISH, Cltrk [From Our Own IngrMh, buyers are innlns (6.make their appearance n town again after an absence Of a year. II. a. itrominenl sheep makes the'.'assfrtlon tnaijiiLiiei no'one needs .to "for 'grand success. from the backs of Ills herds. Mr, Bradshaw' lias the reputation of pro-' ducing high grade ot wool, motjily on account of the citriii precautions he csrc'claUy nt shearing ttmo. >r The ladles o.f_lhe'.Red Cross over to the secrcla'ry treasurer Ihp gratifying sum. of the proceeds' of the weals served on May 24, when the Magrath liascDDll boys cnmo into tlic Itmcllgbt as a result.of a victory over both' the -Haymond and Coulee teams. Tbo women are to bp c-jmr.ended for conceiving suc.i Wen for raising financea, and for VtUlr defatfgable efforts in making It n ess than 50c lier his claitna for the on the price .lint is being pMcl across the .inc, and also a Tcpoft'lhat came out in the last issue nf the Doaton Com- mercial, which infornis Its readers that there Is a shortage of. wool than was nrc'vioualy anticipat- ed. Mr. Dradshav Is-expecting liis s'hearera In on this evening's trnln, and next week bo busily en- gaged In extracting the golden fleeces _ being hauled for .the Fnrin_- rs' elevator, wlifch, when completed" will make.the Garden City loom if.nre on the map aa rtn elevator town. Clarence King, W-, Wrlde ind several olher" prominent Tories from Ray- mond, were In attendance at the rally Thursday evening to hear, Jlr. Mlcli- cner epcak. Mr. and Mrs, ij. llarkcr, a son. ;''i )wner Retuno'From East With More Capita) and ant Engineer vVltb n lot of new capital for the levelormenL of the mln, A. M. Grace iwncr of the Oracc mine, returnefl rora IhO cast this morning, accom- panied hj- J. O, Hanna, who'was for- merly connected with the North Am- erican., .Collieries. Mr. Haeu -la a mining engineer and is one of the new llra Interested In of the Grace mtnc. The new com- which Includes a number o( onlrcal capitalists, will be; known as edeial Goals, It ISjth Intention of the new.con' cern, which takes over the draco nine today, .lq build an Incllnn rail- way from the pll mouth to the top of the hill on thc.ofner.aldc of the river, A spur will be hulll-from Lho C, P, II. line acroBB the rfver to the in- cllno rafftvay, and a. tipple for loading the coal-will be erected. U Is the CGinpany.'s Intention to develop the mine lo an average output o; 200 tons dally; .Sir.' Haniia Is already busy laying out the routes for the Incline rail find thd BP'UP track. The com- y "expects lo nhlp ol Us coa' L6 market's further east. Mr.: Grace states the eastern provinces are expecting B serious codl .nliorlftgc during the enrnitig win Itr, ami Mayor Church ot Toronto already for ton: for the municipal. coal yard of tha city, gfaiyed near of country kjils... THE BEAUTY OF SUKLlOHT is (hat every garment washed with H beers the impress of purity; a purily begotten of sweet, oils, and maintained by absolute clein lincss in manufacture; a exalted by Ihe co-operation o( workere united for the purpose; purity demonstrated by the guarantee which upon every bar of SUNLIGHT SOAP. A nliMxr ft, ft mn fe I ;