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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBR1DGE .DATLT HERAU> MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1917 a man ENO'8 FRUIT SALT El'i li 'follgwlng Is the report given Hatilie us a detegate to the i In-ttie-Yfar comrtiiUoa neld in resolutions referred to .'.en previously puollEhed In the Committee of "Win ite Wa ilbbridse, Alberla. and Gentlemen: i a ar% nvare. ft nrltti sonie lhat 1 accepted your coia- and that oC the clly council I the "Win the Wat" conten- There were women present vith re-Mart able ability of bolh .peecn estiresstoQ and thousht. The hisloir ot the prepara-ricn foi mil the Contention ItseK Ife about si follows: On -Sun-by BOTnl-flS (SOln. May! the motobm ot thp wecutlte conmilllei lhat were in the city o' -Montreal, as- EL-mblej in rcotn IS-iO in tbe Hotel and started In on the first resolution. Alter drawlns a draft and discussine U thoroughly ll was found tliftl Ibere so-methVus -wrong ttat was difficult to adjust. This went on through vue session of coflJ- nriLteo's deliberalions and bid lair to UonireaL rst and strongest nbleellon TOO W HE consume the second with no 'i' .1; l i j there was a possibility t U! simply be an appendage rr. or at "leal only receive ihe l V following Calgary's Vhe City ot t-clbbridse vras 'ent importance lo n! lallory come here as Tell as i algar-r and Edmonton- On Ut unt refused lo go to Cal- U part in the deliberation a- constructed..cornmlttee. 1 :a ;bnd, objection was lhat It -clearly at ine first. was not prompted by li q-vjof the political parties, or -jliqne of third pirly pro- either the three had i liV. ine tneVl ol the Cou- 1. i Rt once been sounded. i .it developed, before the "i1 i Ae Convention notwith- T mo papers 6t loth parlies i i re it a party aspect, tbat 1 a convention of Indepen- l U L is having Delete it Ihe a object of war. s. 14 those who aUetnied the T a tab ridge were not par- .ijv sense but In real spirit M InemseKes to any- Tould help lo "win Ihe i si {felt that I knew It was i ji il actuated a rcry Urge i Sr citizens In all l" tean-lb feel that If ne represenlatton-at :VP, somstilbg might; i.-old'Save caused us. lo f re not represented, and results, but Eome one, baptilly. sus- Ees.led that the first resolulion should exclude everything bul, prlnciples. Thts was a splendid suggestion sod the committee set lo work at once on resolution. Xo. 1. But the tUtticullIfs by no "eliminated tecause of the difference of opinions as to what were principles and just how many principles could ba placed in the "resolution. After the principles that could he placed in Ihe resolution deleTiadwd upon proper wording of the resolution was a sub- ject of Eiuch difference of opinion, Many went there as red hot eoRECrlptlonlsts and equalizers of pensions and ajxfous (o. get these freely expressed In tha resolu- tion, bui. Quenec was a very sensitive plant that had to be cultivated on very carefully prepared ground. At the lime -KG we're at wort on this resolution, Sir Robert Dorden an- nounced the ConserlpUon Draft and helped us a good deal in finally get- ting it through to the satisfaction of every one. Naturally Liberals who were strong on conscription wished It strongly espressed" while CoQserra- Uves equally strong for conscription ilid not TvanL to embarrass the gov- crnmenL Tbe poinl to be gained was ti resolution that would hold up the hands of any government in power to win the war. Even the translation of Ihe resolution was a -great source of to Ibe committee and even ter several translations it was dis- rered in. the conTenllon that tno ranElalioa was saEceptibV la inter- elation that tec English version did .1 jnlend. and after much discussion he resolution had to relerred ack lo the commiUee- Thls'-i together. wllli the on food ifion of luiuries, were ihe main ones assetj on by the convention and oc- .pied sometlilnE like twelve sessions'1 1" to i cal'il- in rit.1l. IM oil l ti andorie trial those from hid 'have pronded I iff airs lilt Is of S3 1 incc willi respect lo iid about being an ap- Igary must be related 1 'Jolloirs: >.i ana, Mr. Bacbatian i wire Ttrilcli hail been pod ol Ihe Fanners' tulherlord.of CalgarJ '.l i' ran as f. i 'Decided not tp scad Lelbbridse and Mr, cine Hal irria aro ea i) li ion. and advise tbcm '.u must govera your- the (ilea ol tile 1 did not want to lay false i ilns and myself ie- 1 [oasniticrj as ve both 'tiim our city councils i t on the i i .lly'such-i wire al 1 te game" i Lbat some t1 developed alter we ;-at rnado such a Tire '.collated to act I i .iials, for some time I I. 'adflce Irorn home i e-we eraduallr (cl r cotnpeteDl a.utbor I ar districts wlthou needless lo ou complete from ou f, j the only Tepresen i -ria, n'G were lookec legates represeDirng fincou'ragcmenl from 'i 'no cause either t 1 the aisumed reprc I' asing note, I mlgri iie "Win tbe War h Hoptd laler Into th i s origin In Ike "Ro ,t: Ontario' and Clue r, In '.'.by the leaders o l: 'hlch was fairly sue >ul political algnlll ami? spirit might b .1 (e larger movemen There were me j olltlcal persuasion arUea, none of whom ice of any kind, au i lo Inc blgh credit o v'4 meji i i f i persuasions, BU'' I .In every case to th -fif't- i pnvenllon and attain .1 il II.- i.'..' '.ii it, h6weier, embiacpd M.I was In mofernent, Iho 1 ney were .very Blrons- I In.ihe Onliilo deleca- was a Bpallerlng from the well.' They Wok iHant part in tho. cum- ,brie oa' resolu- ii'e tI6or of ihc'conven- Ihriuence was both bc- BO much convenlfon-liere- __. .plcte .jrlthout them the same ll If tney are no( repre- The followlus Is the time table for the departnientil enrulnjilloni her4 (or Grades S, S, 10. 11 sni 1! held at Ihe High School: S. Jloadi.r, June rtjuls- ttons Ulerature (J.OO- Composition- Tueftay, June Mensuration culallon History ana Civics Wednesday. June Agricullure u.oii-i.i'Oi. June Geography Friday, Juno I.S.W- 'orlhoEW auil SpolllEf 3.00) Gride 1. Monday, June Result Ions Arithmetic Mensuration British Hls- Tucsdiy. Juno (9.M- Arts. Theory (2.00- lAouseUoW Art, Theory Juno Arts, Practice Household Art, Practice Manual Arts, Practice Household Art. Practice Gride 10. Monday, June Insula- tions LHcrature (9.00- Comiioslilon Tuesday, June (9.00 Weiljjesda.i-, JUDO eomelry Grammar Thursday, June Physics Friday, June IVtUon and Civics Zoolosy Monday. June Arts Theory llouseboli Science, Tiicotj- Tuesday, June Arts Practice liouscnolU Science, Practice Man ual Arts, Practice House hold Science, Practice Gride 11.- Monday, June n-gula (Ions (9.00 13 Composition Tuesday, June Algebra History Wednesday, Agriculture Thursday, June Physics Monday, Juno Gramma Latin Authors (2.00 Tuesday, Gram mar French Author -Wednesday, June Urammnr German Antb Ora Grade 12. Monday, Jnne Bego lations Lltera.ture (9.00 Shakespeare 5nd Milton; Con 'the rxiniinlltee'5' efforts in Jlon- real, at Three" Hivers, on the oat, both going' and coming from uebec anil id Quebec. This commit- ee had no rest; was wording most f the lime until the convention con- ened and during the sessions' o[ the onvention: 1 need not say more "about the res- they speak for themselves nd are capable of standing the keen- sl scrutiny and the most logical lalysis. Iti fact it necessary, wilh ome revision oC.Uui grammar, ttty would stand tbe test or slate pay- rs involving what might lurn out to c of Importance little less than "Con- ederation To say that harmony irevailed Ihroughout, would not" be ipressin; tie truth, nut that the convention freely adopled res- iluljons unanimously la erpressing he exact trulh. I know of no con- cntlon ol SOO delegates tbat ever old Is work better or where SOO dele- ;ates talked, gave and tooi. until they tad arrived at a unanimous verdict all were willing lo subscribe to as cood work and resulti, with, more earneslnesa. There were some thirty odd lions dealt wllh by the and in the convention, but only these giv- en In this report were passed upon In fullness by Use convention. The olhers referred lo the1 permanent offi- cers lo deal with. These represented .Imply the details ol what Is dealt with In the resolutions, such equalization of pensions, daylight ring, labor bureaus, etc. etc. (The resolutions In full appeared (n a previous Issue of the Herald.) A special committee was delegated to present these resolutions lo Sir Hotcrt" Borrhn and Sir Wilfrid Laur- ler on separate occasions. The writer was one of this connnlLtee but was unable lo be present al Itie presenta- tion of them these two gentlemen, but I lhat both received them In the jplrlt and recognized the work-, Ibe force, the feeling and Eenllment behind them. If the papers had. riven the con- publicity. It deierved, !ls Influence .would hare been vefy mark' ed and wide spread. If It rui failed In any particular It Is largely due to Ibe fact. that.the papers did not do Inelr part. But cannot Ihtnk'that such a convention could tall under any drcumglances. The permanent or- ganization will propagate Its alms and .objects and preas the Enbjccls and convictions dealt with upon the Dositlon Tuesday, June 19.--Algebra English I-an'suagc and His-, lory of Literature As if til Air Oauu, On., Ker. Mth. Tor over tro I liwibM Awfiiwji, tlilfOitiHrtjitctts. Oiudiylsn r sija whith md nilte you vtlkingoa fclr." rha appealed, to me, go 1 dcciJcU to ry s Tn A Terr short timej I begin to hotter, mil nfa' Ifetlfiu. I hive ajood ipptiitt, relish everything I est, ud Uie are entirely. I recommend this fltnaiil rrait mfJiAMt lo my f bis MCLEAN. We. a boi, I for Iriil ilzf, 25ev it iU dealers etsenl pcttpiidby FrulV- rni Limited. OtUwx- iry Wednesday, June Literature Palgrave and Prose. Thursday, Physics Friday, June Historr Slonday; June Grammar Latin Button (2.00-. -Tutaisy, Juno Gram- mar French Authors.. Wednesday, -Tune German Grammar German Aa'.n- urs kod "assy ETQVn from i lEolktr tkit the- 10 around home and rta cftu otvo them bv planting. Mtolaod nil EOV tw'o J. I'.'i. Mr. Hey ind T. H. Stednun have re- their coanlnlcms and started report everything quiet and derly tgr the number o( pcoyle >roo ere la Maclefld Saturday. Not an of any kind having keen rled. [ACE TERMS OF clil orgailliallon. Hestrlctlou-of arMamtuli, provlcv-yl (or In tho U Is proppstd (hat each country should have a national army (or pro. lectlou agalus', attack, but that (ho period of-Iralulnjf should be fixed In- IvruatLuully u the menus unil vhlch niay be cm- I-ondon. June terms ropowd by the Gernian Socialists In Interchange ot vlovi's now In Stockholm reached London In outlining their proposals the Ger- lau delegales point out that Ihe prlri- Iple of peace without does ot exclude friendly adjustments ot lie character or another. Tho dele- gation suggests various (o? ssurlog a permanent peace. Including CoUovIng: ot aa hllgallon Inlcrnatloual nrtllratlon ourt and a superior Internationa) ju- Tho capture o( merchantmen at the armies of to forblddon. Important ind Inter- oceanic canals to be placed under In- ternational control. Coatrabauo. (o pe determined Inter- nationally, excluding food tuil cloth- Ing stuffs from (he contraband list. Postal communications not lo be In- terrupted. War not to lie followeJ by commer- cial war. Abolition ot protective dullcs. The open door policy for colonies. Arrangement, ot Inlcnialloual labor questions, Secret diplomacy lo be replaced b> parllamcnOry control. WESTMOUNT COUNCIL FAVORS COMPULSION Montreal. June cltycouu ell ot Westmounl, suburb ol Montreal where reside inauy of Die merchants and more woallhy of Moiit- realere, last night, unanimously adopt cd a resolution lu laror o( conscrlp- llon of the man power of the nation, Lighten the house keeping by food that contains the max- imum of nutriment at low- est cost, and.with tax on the digestion. Shred- ded Wheat Bwcwt is the real autocrat of the break- fast one cereal food that holds its own against all Corners, with increasing sales every year. It is a boon to the busy housewife, a welcome relief to the jaded stomach that has wrestled v with meat and other heavy Winter foods. Try it for breakfast with milk or cream; for luncheon or dinner with ber- ries or other fruits. Made in Canada. and also declaring in tavor ol the taxation o( tho nation's material IMMENSE sllM IS DEVOTED BY U. S. TO AERONAUTICS Washington. June hundred million In addition lo '.he ijCO.OOO.OOO juel appropriated by con- will be ashed at once 'for aero- aullcs by the council ol national de- CDM. Tills council plans absolutely, to mash the German' aero'ftervice and nsure victory for the aines by .to- troylng all the German lines of com- ach other. com1 and the povrera that be. Fov tho livjtposc, ol iujpresslng the orfc 'of the convention upon the people and the irm oe and continuing tho work, a permanent -or- ganization was formed with all the necessary officers selected from the most .Important and In- fluential members 'of II, which may result In another at R point west or (lie Oreal Lakes. 1 slucercly hove inch a meeting Will fake place. Speakers from both races euch as Mr. Gagne (pronounced Oanya) who IB president, and other oralon who Made themselves felt In She convention will (bur tho weal ci- plalning Uic nlmS and oojccts of Uil two dominant races In Canada. 1 Ihe two aro to get close ft taaat meet and bear ir.ore about this would be a good place o, In an Important way, show the IfJcrent view points between Quebec, orttons of the of other, irovlnces east of Quebec and Ontario ind Western Provinces. In..the cast, programmes, etc., read omethlng as follows: ".Oitldal pro- gramme, National Unity Convention, win the -war." (n the west this was revised programme, Win the War and National Unity N. B. R. Knight, secrellry-lreasur- er of the.Great War Veterans AESOC- itfon of Canada, was present all. the ay throdgh Bn4 was a Very'potenttal nftuence In the convention, Organized labor was well repre- scnlcd, but unolllclally, 6Dd look con- elderabM. part In the vwork of tho committees and In ihe jconvenllon and subscribed as freely as any lo the resolution finally passed. One of (fie. Important Influences In .he success of the convention was tho "get acquainted" trip connected with II. The Irln from Montreal lo Quebec clly Three JllvoM gave a largo opriorlunily for Iho eieculive (a large hoily) to get together social- ly and lo privately cnlch'cach others point In friendly discussion with individuals and small groups, The Influence wos very narked indeed (q any closo olsorver, I heard mar, expressions ot commendation and feel iln Influence very slrdugly m) -elf, 1 have bnl one objection, If II car be an objection to iho wholo routine and lhat Is Ihiro was a, little loo much entertainment, but (tit re duccd this ralher retarding Influenct (From Our Own Macleod, June was lirse gathering o[ Liberals at the Queen's Holel Thursday ovenlng whou a general view ot..the situation and the possible. Dominion election early dale wai discussed. Afienvard commlileo was appointe-1 to for a senersl meetlos of ell Lib rala In the electoral illsUlcV oi Mac leod, in the lowo hallj Macleod, oi June 23rd, 1917. The elec lion of officers, and business In gen cral will be 'iaten up. The ladles o Ihe district are anxious to have m organization of their own. This ma: id" accomplished al an early dale. The roads leading lo Macleod hav been wet the past few, days, but th hot days with a warm wind have mad good roads, and.belter crops In shorter lime than nt any period In th past. Several cases have hcen In th police court this week, breakers the liquor have either pal tor their tun in cnsh or spending >hcl holiday al the expense of the pro' ince. The circus has come and gone many.have less money and more ex perlencc, while Ihe.-hoys and girl know much more about before the rircns The circus to the children avsourcc. of educalio they do not get in any other way, bu it Is also great separator: of done from on _. But after all these, business me found It d4y for hnslncss'tbej have had for TJeel-s'. Reslauran were to. teed the'crowds, fru and fourid their'supplies were gone Ice cream makers >'nd; sellert'. ran short of goods. It was Ibis lhal they found It a great convenience' to have'an Ice cream .factory In town, Macleod Creamery establish- ed reputation that willlbe of lasting value- io them, aa their supply- ol the raw materials was quickly lurned Into goods for which there was a. great emanil. Red Cross girls were out early In he day wllh Ihclr lags, and their easury is Increased by almost 1100 hlle, the Bed Cross rooms proven a ooa lo the hundreds who were able o take tea wllh their friends, and at i'c same lime drop their coin Into 10 Red Cross boi. Tlia tea was un- er the auspices .of the Presbyterian hurch ladies aid. Olficori mem- crs of the great clrcCfc' found time o visit the tea rooms, and contribute 0 this great fund. H V C. Johnston from Southern. "Sas- atchewanT. a'rrlved FrHay: iuornlag with Bereral cnrjoads'of catlle'for belr ranch On ueaver Creek. His rother here, and tfie catlle were alarlcd on Ihelr. Irlp acros's the Ills, where Ihey will (ind more grass no better climate than the olstrlcl hey came from. J. Slalnsby of Wcyburn, Sask., hav BK solu his la-m In thai province, It ooking for. a suitable ranch for lock, and IlilnKu tbe hills weit Macleod are good enough tor him, and his.cattle to locate In. J. D. Dunbar, one of the pioneer ock men from Olsen Creek dlstrlcl 9 pn a business trip lo Macleod, speaks of' the grass being, better at hu time'of the year than.any prer- ous. season, El A. Dunbar, barrister ot Cilgary, s on a'llsll to Macleod. Members of the circus wert pron.1 10 exhibit their register card, laving enrolled on or before June 51b and arc now ready to-In called for lo a. minimum by the en (crUlnmcnt and sticking lo work, Too much praise cannot be Riven (o (hose who organized (he "Win Iho' duly, cither home, or, Ihe allies In France. Our local memler' In re; celvlng nclltlons for Ihe Improvlnj of roads, .extension of' phone lines with olher similar work lhat the 'goY crnment can and wllf do, ...Macleod and district la prosperous; was [he expression used Saturday If we are lo Judge br the number and tjuallty of automobile r.etn on your streets loday, and (here were hundreds of A few mllea toulh west of Xaeleod U Ihe farm and home of T. Clatke tometly a printer, now't taccessti farmer and a mixed' rarmer, AS 'h produces butler nnd wllh POT In sudlclent _ lo Hcct> A things going.' Then !lo has a lire garden and wllh his fields of wheh and oiivwhcn the on'il of the'yea corncs he ffnds nn (o pay but (hat (he cash from Ills grain crd) can go In the hank, lie has flereral acres of alfalfa,'i cuts twice a year, and will ho (0. cut (n less than a week. I'llOulldlrljs are __ War" movement, 1ml for obvious rea- on .the eoulh anil eant ol the hill; I cannot begin to Blnglc out In euch a report as thlt. them whlcK Is siirro.undcd b> naple, elm, poplar .and Colonials '.Oxfords We Close on or before the Last of June BUY SHOES TODAY All Kinds' -All Styles- But One Qualityt the BEST THE CUT-RATE AMERICAN BOOT SHOP B6NTLEVS OLD STORE 116 FIFTH ST. S. Pumps: Slippers Ice Enjoyable and Admittedly'Healthful Ice Cream, unlike most ofthelhings. we enjoy, is'a really healthful thiug Ho eat. It is one of the few "tld-hlls" Ihnt is really jfood for us. The food value of Ice Cream is very is on the of even the most delicately constlUitcfl is a food ol universal excellence for every age from baby-hood (o octogenarian. Cream we mike Ii ai nurc as It c'irl peiilbljr be made. It It made under thit rival thMe of awn hil'.hen, It Ii whenever you want I! ind told it thi fee Cream Pirlon In Lethbrlin >nd Southern Albtrli. 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