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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta HUDAY, JUNK IM, UHO THIS' PAGE XIXK ANOTHER MEDICAL McKclylo lid I from the poiltloii of MILITARY MAN QUITS uicdlca) director of (his bram-li at Ol TOJ1ONTO, Juno J. CunnlnB 1 Jcuuly ilireflor u'. medical ser- vices III Toroit'-o. lit lild {tciurlmeiU pi solillerj' hns (oriy.M-JcJ liis reslgnsUuu to lulluwlui; Ilii) rtislgiullou ol l.lcul.-Col. In hl9 lotler, Mr. Cuunlngtiam Bays Dial no reason lor the oT a dual medical ser- vice tor Ibo doparlmcm baa been [ouuil while there aro many rcasooj lor opposing such n policy. Everyone was a guard al ihe Inlcrnmenl Camp is urgently requested lo be at BURGMAN'S HALL At 3 p.m. Be prepared with dates of enlistment and dis- charge, if any. CAPT. THOMSON. (WEIMAR, June? Ions pressing in- dignation al the "peace of violence" wlifch makes Germany's future "lui- posslbln" were adopted by (he Major- lly-SoclBllsl party here today. The rcsolullous declare thai (ho peace terms ore woi conformity -vi-Jib PreiideuL II or built LV oil I ht basis net fort It by the fitc-rnallonal Soclallsls' voiilerences :it Uernc and Amsterdam. International arc ca.U'd. upon by Ifie pany lo protest ivhal ii characterized iho most unheard ol peace ot modern his- tory." U IB nleo demanded thai the Ger- man republic be adm'.Ucd. Irmnodiale- lo tile It-ague of nations as a mem- ber will) full rlghlB. Of Ha home government the parly demand a that U make a rtletiilCBS In- Vfsilgatlon of all who arc resijonflblt1 Tor outbreaks and the conducting ol the war. KEEP IT SWEET Keep your ftomtch sweet today and ward ofi the indi- gestion ol KI-MOIDS the new aid to digestion. Ai pletunt uid u tale to take as candy. torn (awwi OP CMUL4CON C. E. Brower, Assigned. CLEAN-UP AUCTION In the Above Mailer Will Be Held at the LETHBRIDGE EXCHANGE, TOMORROW, SATURDAY, COMMENCING AT 2.30 O'CLOCK, WHEN THERE WILL BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER: National Cash'Register, .class 100, in perfect order; National Cash Register; Credit File; Solid Oak Flat Top Desk; Solid Oak 6-ft Standing Office Desk; 2 Oak Finish Secretaire Desks; Artificial Palms; Window Display Fittings; 15 Folding Chairs; 4 New Mattresses; Beds and Bed Springs; Gas Bnraer for Range; Imitation Log for Gas Fire; Plate Glass Shelving; Edison Elec- tric Heater; 10-ft, Step Ladder; Water Cooler; Fire Extinguishers; Shelving; Counters; Carpet Square; Balance of Stock of Jewellry, Watches, etc., and ONE OVERLAND TOURING CAR in good' running order, This car can be tried out Saturday morning at the Lethbridge Exchange between 10 and 12. Terms Cash Phonues ANNOUNCEMENT _________, __ 3 The Store lately occupied by P. Gagnebin Will Remain Closed until the 19th day of June Mr. P. Gagnebin will be there between the hours of 11.00 a.m. till 12.00 noon and p.m. (o 6 p.m. for the delivery of repairi only. The Store will be Opened on the 19th day of June by THE ALBERTA JEWELRY STORE Mr. P. Gagnebin, Manager. The Stock Will Be Entirely New and Up-to-Date llroihcrhoail ol Hallway Kngin have mM 10 MM ibc reply. 'If lii.j rui, trades at iltutli1 iu out, you go oui be Lyinp in Harbor ;il Vancouver Ue Unloaded Giving To Strike OTTAWA. Juno That ihe labDr troubles at Ihe iir-vent time irert fjr the h'KH cosl of living In Canada, was Indi- cated Ibis morning ineeifng of I lie cuinuious comiiitin e with that matter. H. II. Stevens n-u-J CAM U-tcKrain-: (v '.he cojnmlitre sltowinp Out Uierc IB half a million pouinU ol meal lying unloaded In the harbor ui Vancouver, which can not inilfj.idcd or ihc iDiiKaUureir.c-ii IJPLUR nu titrlko. Mr. Nicholso'n, ciuiinir.iii of the cormnftlee, doubleil if llic commit leu could anylhliifi 10 secure ihu re- lease of Oie targo. The t-iiuaUon, he Ea'd, was due to the sympathetic Etrlice. It was deciJoil afier soniu dlscusslou lo forward tlic to tho mtnlsler of Itlmr. They were as felloe's: "To J. F. Irons. Canadirvu-Auslrallan SleainatSp Lines. Vatu-ouver: "Wire inimcdfatcJy amount on board your shin Mafcura, Vancouver, and, II linposslbla lo unload. Also If you eipect lo carry Lack on retilni trip, and when you "To II. If- Elevens, .M.I1., Ottawa; "Your telegram received. Makura has on board carcasses of nieat, 'weight of which Is 4GQ.G42 pounds. Thus far (IlRch-drgc meal or any other Vessel should have salted Insl Sfilurday, hut holding 'ler nicauUtnc hoping Elluallon will Improve. At Lime of writing aes prfisiiect of Improve- ment iu near future. Naturally do not wlsli send to sea without Uia- charglng, bul she can not remain lure Indefinitely-" R. Devlin Inquired if any reply had been received from Ihe Manitoba Cold Storage Comfany, who were or- dered Lo appear before the comralt- Icc. The chairman that no answer lied been rccfcived. ilr. Dev- lin salfli "1 teel lliat we ought io Bend ouL a summons." It was decided (o telegraph. EDMONTON'] :Jnne the ranks ot Lite amypathEllc strikers be sweHcd In Ihe next.'24 tiours' by a H-alTtqnl ot all running trades-of the three rait- Kays, Is tlie e.tpectallon al general strike headquarters. Thls.aclion is forecasted by Carl E. Here, vfce-chairman of the central committee, who staled that the information had been sent lo him by telegram from Winnipeg this morn- iug. he added, "this ac- tion o[ Ihe ninnhiff trades ha3_ nol been confirmed !'A joint of trainmen is ue- ing held today at which a vote Is lo he taken, Robertson Is still here but lias riot called up said in referring to his information. S. or the local We Told Yon So LAST. NIGHT'S PACKED .HOUSE WENT WILD OVER THE BIO SPECIAL ATTRACTION Harry Carey (Tlic King ol Charact- ers) Jn 'Three Mounted Ken' The Six Purl Suporfcalure, It Is Shoeing Again TODAY SATURDAY Wllh n Dig Program Including OiOVE MACK SENNETT COMEDY "LOVE LOOPS THE ind LYONS ft MORAN COMEDY "SINQ R09A, SING" Al llm COLONIAL Pncet 25c and lOc .Mallncc 5c t or- 1 k Our hcajiiuarlcri aro at Cleveland -r IUUil "oraa ltlfcrc' lLerc ls lo a Etrike Ol Un> ruuirug trades, thort1 >vill have iu be a vous taken cuvuung iht n'hole Knight, of iliu citn-m- Ista of !he Socialist party in Canadii, returned to Kdmonien today. A ctw feature LotaUy ol Ihe strike )s the reluru lo work ol ihe leamslcrs. ihb uieii went bn-k lo work tills as (be result ol a meeting JicIiJ last night. Are You Happy? That phj'sical suffering can be endured cheerfully, has been splendidly ex- emplified in recent years. The cause, however, was worthy of ihe suffering en- dured. There is neither Cause nor Reason your eyes should be allowed lo deaden your faculties and drain your vitality. Let our Sight Specialist assist you to a happier outlook. Call or phone for an appointment F. H. WILKINS Southard Block Ground Floor Optometrist and Sight Specialist Phones 125? Open 9 to 6 Sat. 9 to 9 WORKMENSPECIALS FOR SATURDAY OVERALLS Black SI-" Black with Slripe S2.0D Painter's White 51.25 Without Bib, Black WORK GLOVES Grey Cotton Glovci 15c White Cotton Glove with knitted wrist band 2Sc JerEty Cotton Gloves 35c Multskin Gloves 85c Muleikin Gauntlets Plgikln Gloves SHIRTS Plain Blue Special....................... Plain Blue Special ..'.....___............- 11.40 Black Sateen, good weTght'................91.75 Dark Blue Railroad; with' collar.. W.25 MEN'S HOSE Blacft Cotton, 4 pair far 51.00 Blsck LUle, 3 pair for 51.00 White Cashmere 406 Tan Lisle i............................ -We Good Weight Cashrntre 60; MEN'S WORK SUITS Grey Check Worsted. Regular Dark Grey Worsted. Regular Special...... Dark Grey Tweed. Regular Blue Serge. Good weight Regular Special.............. Fine Blue Serge: Well tailored. Regular Special........... Young Men's, Suits Sizes 34 to 36, Long Pants Brown Mixed Tweed, 33, Special 118.00 Dark Blue with pin stripe, size 34 to 3S.. Grey Speckled Home Spun, alzes 34 and 35 921.00 Brown Check Form Fittlna, size 34 Grey Stripe, belted model, sjie 34 to 36.. tffl.OO Surprising Values in Raincoats Brcwn Tweed Effect, waterproof Gray Tweed Woven Lining, waterproof Lldht Grey Tweed Dark Grey Tweed, rubber lined..........izS.OO Dark Green Tweed, rubber lined IS YOUR SIZE HERE MEN'S SHIRTS. Regular values today to hard cuffs. Sizes 14, 15, To Clear at You Can Still Get Your Boy a Suit at COST We are giving up the Clothing Department MADE TO MEASURE CLOTHING FOR MEN AND WOMEN. BIG ASSORTMENT OF MATERIALS TO SELECT FROM. FREDTHAELL 608 3rd Avenue Two Storei 315 5th Street ;