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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JliXE 2i. 1C1S THE LETMBHIDGE 1MU.I PAtENINS I Shrapnel A Saturday Column of Inter- est to The Great War Veto rims Ness, flcotl, Ihissell. Truman, LlnLicff; ssaret-ant-at-artfla, J. .Aniler- Tniilee, Major Huraott, The ftrtt wai blf tuccfru and If great, wort will accom- pliahflA at It certfjnly comw dova to Ujt eioautlva to cwVs or B Tho annual mooting was scld on luno uml (he and ate- relary's rt'jxjrla ivwo read, tbowing ivcryililug on a. bibls io every tcsyL-ct. The following wera tlceleJ acclimation: Honorable presldml, (H-u, J, S. Siowart. D.S.O.; ['resident, Tli'js. LoiiKwnrlh; lary, J. Turrnite. The fuUowlbg hTiv (July clrctpil ;i vote: First Vice, I.OIVP; sot on J vicu. II. (i. Andrew; txocuUve commlLtco: Moetra can be yours. Its wonderfully putc, soil, pcirly v.liilt from all wlllbe com- lo the jicrfccl n and our cktcutire we ahead ol 01 la------------- Tho matter funds to put our In food ihtpe Into very [ully and. H U Ihe ulih ol tha esecntlve a petition U 1 toiocif erflry orgaa.'zatJoD act] tbe cit- I7.cni generally In ihu district, calling fur mspiiEtlona ted Asking that com- mllleo bo appointed from Iho citizens la wark with committee of ihn Veier- for tho purpose ot Blftrtinj a can- jHilgii lo ralie tho necoseary funde. (Rolariana tafia uollco By war, Mr. Editor, ths ana troilo" to know who vns re- sponsible for tie report ol the trl tt tiie EckBtonn Park between Yntcnrnfl and the Si. QcorES'a on 3 Jflth. Oh, j-ou dJitj Two I Vela uiiior Iho doctor for 14 days and 1 then Mr. Up verier "Oil. you flirty I Votsl" HOWBTCJ, for benefit o( pufello iro wtoh to ttat we an iH out for clean aporl all thfl time. Wo vrlih to draw (he attention ol i putllc lo Ihe fact that at leRtl I tia'vc na ol Vots usder the orchestra -will of men leadership of Comrade Tlili Pep't Store si Bayfatr-.Shof.ji Canada needs Trained Men and Women! Whatever be the task confronting the nation, in war or peace, Canada is always in peril of failure so long as the young peoplepF the country arc economically unfitted for their tasks. T Never were opportunities so great. Thousands of good-paying positions are waiting in every field of en- deavor for men and women trained to fill offices, stores, shops, factories, mines, railroads, on the all lines of technical, commercial, and agri- cultural work. For over 2G years the International Correspondence Schools have been training Canadians. Thousands have been helped to bigger careers through the I. C. S, plan. G500 are getting ready right now. Many of the largest employers in the country are interested in the work of the I. C, S. in Canada, and, at their request, are being informed regularly concerning the progress of I. C.S. students among their employees. You can win success with the aid of the L C. 5. J. R Parker, of Winnipeg, climbed from a a month job to a a year income as a Contractor. Wm. T. Gviffitlis advanced from carpenter to Superinten- dent of Construction fov Lyall and Sons, Ottawa. E. Monro. Chief Engi- our Hi.r---------_. INTERNATIONAL CQBRESPOHDEHM SCHOOLS Dtpl. CtLbtriMWril, Kortnl, Cu. EirliLn, vlihnl oMIfillnr nv haw tuquJirrfer iLft pai.llon, or Ln ltd bcfare wLLeh I Ktik B. neer of (he Dominion Tex- tile Company, hundreds of Canada's [ore- mostciiEineers, advertising managers, draftsmen, elec- tricians, and chemists pre- pared for promotion .in spare time through I. C. S. courses. The I. C.S. can help you, no matter where you live, what hours you work, or liow little voiir schooling. Mark and mail Itic cou- pon will not obli- gate you in the least but will give us nn opportunity to show you how to pre- pare for a successful career. Borvlco and wi esc honestly recommend thai they (Irs tUe publU eood valua Ear their J money. Musla dnrlnr (he troableioroa 1 tlrati will certainly lielp ui forget other troablfl. about (rootles. T lo I congratulate Com re da Llnnlne on the jvory arduous last he bai put and om glad tt> know that ficmeonn el 50 besifleB oyielf has taken Ibis ELej.. Ol coarse, time works wcTidera probably he will gftt ovor It In ilnia. The test of luck Ii extend- ed to Mr. tnd Mrs. Unoiug frora all the members of the Vets. Tho Vots, In their stand agdlnel Bol- shevism have certainly taken tho right ftand. and. wo p'-bllsli a copy pt a rei- olullon from our Dorolnfon Command certainly bacha up nhftl va i have elwajE. laid These ifaiea arc certainly hard on I our relumed men. They come back i to our mtdfl to see tlml .everyttjlnff Js j tied up fin account of Etrlfcea. At (.ho I present time have qiille a largo number ot marrleil and single men I ivho- cannot get n Job. They are ileb'ar- 'red from going to Ihe mines on nc couul or HIP strike anJ Ihoy nro cist i debftrrcd Truni Kolng olhor Jobs on account of Ibo men T.-ho aro out on strike, fllllflp tip Ihese other jobs. In the [ace of this, the strikers are still suppose! to bo good union men. and In this connection I would like to ask you, Mr, or anyone clac a ques- tion: Can one tell mcr when is n scab not a scab! A resolution [rnm Tort William came lo hand the beginning of Ihis month, which received the hearty en donation of our local and was'com- mentctl on as lieing cno of tlie most snnEiblo reEohitlons ever vrrlUc-n. I uublisli Jl for the benefit of (bo gen- eral public. This very important along with others of the same hi nil will rausc soma great discussions and avKumenl al the Dominion Con- vention which hcgins June SOth. Th'c OcJegalb from ibis dislricl are gcing IADVCRT1S1NG51AH LETHUHIDGE. 1712. LOCAL REP.: W. 7TH ST. SOUTH Never-Failing Remedy for Appendicitis IndlgesUon, Slorasch Disorders, Appendicitis aod Kidney Stoats often by Gallstones, find mislead people until those bad Hitackgot Gall Stone CoHc appear. Not cue in ICD Gal] Stone SuBereri; knows what 13 thctrcuble. JlRtlall's Specific will cure without pain or oper- ation. For oaie at all Drug- ['.ecomniendcd by J. D, Hlglnbolham Co., Limited, Drurjalsts, Ltthbrldgfr, Alia, J.W.MARLATT6.CO 5fll OKTARIO ST, TOflOHTQ SHREDDED WHEAT DAYS ate pleasant -to ipmember for -their tasty joy satisfying cfooiiess. Nalce day t ShreddedWheat nvitk berries and other fruits and help Nature io release ihe jaded stomach from ihe heavy Winter diet.. Nothing so delicious or whole- some for children or grown-ups. A Summer boon to housekeepers -reaciy-cooked and ready -to -eat., after ibese lu very dim-, est manner lu order lo then ylaced Federal KovtrnuauuL 1'hi foliOrTlaf declaration ol prlp- j rJples BUbmlllti-J oa June tf Lo; by ihe of Ih9 Dominlott mm and: L Tftftt wt unalterably efl to the introduction ol tho d UolibtTlsn. Eiad autrciiy la Lola CotDilrr tttd T> not In accord with Ui4 tuidaflylflf prlndplsi of the U0nt plj Union" wlilch (iiQlt M btftng la Cull accord vlih thi Ruisliu And principles by "mifried ictlon" oi UbOT to enforca thabr pow-1 ar upon the majority of and as one ol Us possible reaulti menat-lng ol ottr initltulLoni ol threat ol their by Goriet "Wt deaJre and will to ensure that til members ot our asso- ciation will whtoeTer occasion de- mand ten! actirs ID uphold- Ing coaiiUuUonal anlhcrtiT; law a of Ui6 country and good order. 2. Xv> recommend thai a ronnd tahls conferenca ba heM compriacfl of repreeentallrea ol labor, emptorera, fermers. rtiurnej eoldler citizens anil women, (o constder a sol- ution ot the present ominous Industrial iltuatlon- 4. Wo endorse the nine principles spflcltng later as adopted ly the saoe Conference, 6, VTo ndvocatB Mon ai Rn antidote (o unrest and sug- jcit to that end tbut serious consid- tratlon bo given the enactment of laws respecting tho following suhjecti: (B) A minimum wage; (b> Insurance against old age. 111- ness and unemploiinent; (c) EullabTs housing for all; of the cost of liv- ing by Ihe principle ol co-operation limiting the oporatlcns of the 5ti-called middleman, regulations porernlne the folding ol perishable prcducla In cold storage plants and otherwise HE deem- ed possible. (e) Stringent restrjctlons upon Im- migration anO nalurallzalian; (I) Suitable and equal opportunU- [93. for the children oC hath rich end roor permlltinB lliem to attain ihe gen- eral and higher forms or education with government financial assistance and scholarships; such education to Include Instruction In governmental problems and citizenship; an tcape to attain agricultural artlzanshlp education, anil thus rateo the dignity of labor to a propel level ivlilch would induce more Canad- Ian pcopla to engage hi the of education ol nrliian labor. (g) That we support ihe general principles or tie voice ol labor In- dustrial mfinaseroont ?.s ciempliried !u the report OL The Wbltley Council ot Great Britain. (h) Proportional .reprc'senlallon to more properly reflect Ihe oplulon ot .he country. B. That we reiterate our plea that geiierq'is provision Le mnde for the widows and orphans o[ those hivc tnllea In Lhe present var and those totally dleabled as a result of service. At a. special general at Fort William the following resolu- tion, was unanimously carried1: Resolution That the soldiers' return lo civil lite Js being materially inlerlered with at tho present time by the labor unrest. TJio special endeavours made by this Association to obtain proper civil em- ployment for returned men are being rendered fruitless, due to strikes, -which ero Inrgril; duo to high cost of g. Tho returned man Muds him- In no position (o lire without work, irhHe numbers o[ who during the war nude large wages, along with thosu who made profits daring tbo war, are able to subsist dur- ing time or labor unrest. And (his As- ociRtlon believes the unrest nmongsL workers (3 largely due to the suspicion thai they firo being syste> iratlcaUy robbed, by_, Tooil, manufacf- uring and and the feeling hog grown that no effort has basn made liy the Federal Govern- ment lo allay this suspicion, cither through the influence of tho nnclal interests, or through inability to Inatitule measures lor the protection of Ihe common welfare of'the country. Do It resolved that this Association, determined to support the conslltull- Lfonm of the country, de- mand that drastic atoua lie fatten to deal with the food and clothing silufl- the present c.iblncl, or Lhnt resign and allow the people ol the Dominion, Including the returned soldiers, ID place a government -In oHIce authorized to deal with prob- lonis which, If not Immediately ilralt with, moan the orcrthrow of inftl anl' dislrcas for tho returneA Bolillcr and his depend- ents. That copies of this resolullon he for- warded Ihe press, every command of the GAV.V.A. in Canada, Acting I'rimo Minister. Dr. Man ton. M.P., and tbo City Council, tho Hoard ol TrRrto, and the Trrutea nnd Counrll, nntl Ihnt Ihia AsEorl.Ulon Is In favor of n puhlic mecMnR balng cnllcd .to dlacuas Ihts roaolullon. ..e wish you lo bring this rcEoln- (ton yonr membftrs (it once so thai luunriliiUc action may le tf YOMTS fraternally, W. C, MlI.LBn, Fort William CJrcat War Veterans' Association. NORTHLAND RAN ASHOHE NFJW June The flleamcr N'orlhlnnd, of (ho F orn Slfamghlp Lines, hounfl from New YorK I" lloglon with seT tnmdrd'fl pasacnEora nnd a largo cargo rf fralgbl, ran ashoro on West lahml nnoiiL 10 m'les from Iho Buzzard's Bay entrance to the Caps Cod cannl Khwlly nflcr 6 a.m. today, Eurly re ports said that tho vessel's hot lorn WAS badly dnningcd nnd (lint tho scjipcrfl, who were )n ro danger, were hclng rcniorcd lo the Island In ei" MADE IN CANADA Vollfif; to thrco, Hie Vancouver Oily Council haro etidorscd the prln clple of (nxjilJon upon (ho buildings from 25 mcr cent, ol their value to SO ocr ceoL J A clean, sharp blade for every shave JL TF there's any pleasure to shaving, you get I it in an AutoStrop Razor, First, because there's always n sharp blade ready for few turns on the strop brings it back to its professional keenness. Secondly, be- cause there's no fussing with parts after shaving. And thirdly, because a simple ad- justment makes it possible Tor you to shave as closely or as lightly es you wish. From fast lo last, shirpenlng; thsvlng and ckanlnfj you r.ever need to remove blode from the ruor. l! it Dny wonder; then, that ihouisndj of men consider the AutoStiop the word in comfort end ooovenleooe AutoStrop la the only safety razor sold with an unconditional i tnlee- Everywhere complete with strop end 13 blades for ''AUTOSTROP SAFETY RAZOR Co.; These Razors Are Sold by R. A. WRIGHT Lathbrldgc'i and Finest Jewelry Start. BALMORAL ELOCIt, LETHBRIDGE 1515 fO CALGARY, ALBERTA, ft. Scenes you will never forget Yon will nerei forget tha thousand- cruin amnnf lolem poles, mounlnlns, fisheries Hud forcsis ovit imoolh, leUnd-gaardtJ V.-AHIS on (ha luxarioul Canadian Pacific Steamers loward mellow glow of mid- sun. And onca In tha nelic North you QnditJiand ihe of rcslfol silences lis Hid fioiver gailandl flung from IOSDOW evtrchknpng col- erhllwiting cilmtli. Euy (o Reach 67 War of (be Pacific Rockiei For inrormalloTi apply J. GORDON, I Depol Ticket Agent USTEN! There is ONLY ONE way to sell yonr Furniture- Unreserved Auction Croirds will attend Bate thc-7 taow eTcrylhlns foes and urhca Wadd InetoQ EVEHYTHiHQ GOES. Good attendance means com- pelHIon; cumoetluon meinl good prices. II jou .Ti-ll] not tcceol toy id- Tlce Qbont an aucttoa 1 Till GUARANTEE you a fliei ftJUQUDl. If thU d9ea n3t cure Ttni then I vill tar rou e. hlgber prlct ttan your besl offer aad prove thai auction la the best way br Ee'.linE ranclf at UNRESERVED AUCTION. Here you baTe tireo cholcta. Can you afford to ignore Inemt FRANK WADDINGTON THE AUCTIONEER IF STATELY DIGNITY is vour cholca for a monument Bru lo submit a Tirletr 0[ dGElSDS. Lethbridge Monumental Works 8th Street, South, R. Needi. Do You Read any of these Magazines A Ysir LarflM' Home JournJl Jjturdiy Evening 2.50 Country Oflntlimin 1.V5 Plclorlnl Hovltw .........2.00 Mlclian'i ................2.00 They arc Bood for any home. It TOU caro lo. hare tham or If subEcrictlon 19 eiplr- Inff your will he care- fully looked alter hy MT3. 1. B. Wllkle, late o( Lelhbrldea, wha la representing all o[ Abovo. 14 Harvard Toronto CUNARD ANCHOR Anchor Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW Royal George...........Junt 24 Or dun 2B CironU 6 Cacmanla .............--...July 12 NEW AqulUnla ................June 28 Aqultanii .................July 20 Aquttanla Aug-23 Maurctanta ..........-.....July 8 Mauritania................Aug. I MONTREAL-GLASGOW Salurnla ...................July 6 Salu ml a ...Aug. 9 15 Cfltsandra 20 NtW e nl Plymoillh and Ilnrre) Massllla 12 DRAFTS, MONEY OUDEitS A.VD UBMITTAN'CE-S For full information apply lo R. H. or S.S. lo Company's OHlce, SCOTT WINNIPEG ;