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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta page FDrRTKKN tiik ijminninr.E dail\ hkk/YLd w:nNKsn.\y. m \nf.ii 27,101s .;. .;. .s .. .% .;. .;. ^ ^. .> .;. .;. .> CLEMENCEAU SATISFIED > Pari-:. March iYeiuier CK-iv.fK. ea'.i has rctti.tiod from the front wt?h a ::.,':M:U'niry imyrvssicti of live situation, says an oC' stutotue.ut issued today. A .Jk A ? > > ? ard o; tr^de la?; night lTesi- ! deiii Marnorh presented :i retort- on ' the mooting of tin* joijK committee on | commerce and agriculture v,-ui.'!� mo: ]  I llegina some i!::ys'. .m.l whio'.i j ho -.wended alotig w.-'.i V. iiaee o; this liiy representing :lv to:.'.;! linn- | bertrer.'s associatior. In i-vosov.tjns I his -oport the presideit: ';; oj>- 1 port unity of urging- or, v,v 'n^ir.os* , Don of l^ihnridJto :. > ��: � "i.s their time ami energy :::>-r� �' >.:* f..r:a::'.� :'::h\: ' O! :>.�: work, tir.n; H.:". --":�>��' t-.A-i-  �jTf- in ,&.*.;�, of C t' !J v - orti i :.;*. ,' v� re Brown, sr.iu-narcnae;.; ot west-j orv, br.-.tichc? of the Rank o"" Com me-ce, Mr. Mo'.t. manager of tho Cock*hutt Vl.iw Co.. Mr Fa His son-oral manager of tho ^he; wiu-'.Vil Lints i .tint Co . an.! trany more men of b:^ 'o'.ts.iuos^ toitoihor with'. o faruifr? of tho wo*: Thoso n'o-i pavo tho'.v tivao to ;>:oru1 '.hi* "ttf^oti^ir for :�t?^$l*:'. :!,r. tijoy .'im:-*!.!-reti ;t thoir husines* ,ik,� tho litis nos so ttvoh tho'Oiv of ':.o Lotl.bri.isto >sr-t ot trRiio  coui-.i -ro:!.i a little liiso 'n ''.w'." ��- tntsinosa as roprosotttO't tho aoT�-;t:oi of tho i'ho ,'!';.'," : tho ;>>;�!- ,\>:;.:i:it:oo 'i -.'r.n'.or.-o :.: : asri�";:.:u"o ta 'atwnl :or.:-. .*vu.iors an,I the bankers au.l mortira.L;o tnon. They mo; as am in lVccather, ItUt!, from this canto a conference ho-tin'cti life wholesalers ami retailers. Another Conference Tho present moating wis iu March. ISMS, ami out of this is llkoly to arise a conforenco between manu.acturora, j wlu>;osaiors and retailers with tho: , farmers on the Ronora! ,v.i;';':;\ of :ho present status of wholesale a�J retail business in the west, rur.wu". �r ' ly insofar as it affects tho bettor service of tho business men and farmers and runt! communities an.1 in re- ' p.trd to tho attitude of these various orsatrmti-t.s toward cooperative tra.ii;:? , Another outcome is thai a copter-. ; t' has boon proposoii hotwoon tho I dominion �ovornme.uf and tho tnanu-j fa-'f.trors vf astricu,rural implements: wit',: a view ;o sooins f some �.i;:s- j factory arranc.c'aonts c.n he arrived a: o remove or lar'tely reduce the duty on farm implements ami tho raw j r.'.aroiiais entorias into their mami- ; f;u.u"o. so that greater product ton . may be encou! .ipo.l. A Suggestion ; ttt 'ho same .!mv:Um of increasing j production .1 st;ci-osiion was made :::.,; ;!;o :ui::is:cr of aitrioulturo for .-"a?ka:chcw:;u snould call a confer-. of represeiuat'ves of tho three prairie provinces, the farmers, and -the mortgage tnon to consider tho proper use of money set aside by ih.o : I'ominiou .soverntuont for i-'iidins mo-aoy ;o farmers for now broakinp:. Some suggestions wore also son; forward to the nonunion poverumen' ::i.i: ;::' Lan I Act should be atnended , so ;''..;: iiottor arrangements miglit bo matie* itiaolins homesteaders and i ;o'e-omp;io:i holders to pe* loans ou ' t'c.oiv '�.iu is as soon as their duties wore completed. ! Tho joint committee was addressed by Hon. v'. A. Dunning one of the three member* of the Canada Food Hoard, on the grave necessity tor everything possible being done to in- j crease production, not only this year , but next year as well. Arising on i of tiio discussion on this subject, the ' committee asked the Dominion gov-; eminent to fix a minimum price for the ii'l'i wheat crop, the feeling being j that such action now would enable l farmers to make financial arrange-! tneuts for pushing on with breaking j now land this year. I AreM>u Salt ?^J^ If mme jss* Salt E : > : : > : ? caucus of t!i� Unionist party : wiii be held Wednesday morn- > iug when matters pertaining : to the sessional program will > be discussed. > The case against W C, Girven of the Girven Kxporting Acency. was called iu A. V. P. court this afternoon, but on representations from C. F. Harris for the accused the case was remanded until next Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock. The charge against Girven, reads: "Hotween the ISth and fJTth March did bring or carry or cause to be shipped into the province of Alberta from the province of Manitoba, intoxicating liquor, knowing or intending that such intoxicating liquor should or would thereafter be dealt with in violation of the law of the province, and that he did unlawfully sell or dispose of intoxicating liquor in the province of Alberta." George Cotaras is also mixed up in the deal, the charge him being that he did have or k^en intoxicating liquors for the pufpose of sale or barter therein. He aleo was remanded. This rooming after a still hunt the A. P. P. unearthed another cache tit 472 bottles which the police say had been taken to the Southard Block, there packed in boxes or trunks and then taken to a barn in the south of the rjty and hidden away. With ft)Is seizure more than 1S00 bottles have been taken, the biggest seizure ever made' under the Alberta Liquor Act representing more than 150 cases. ORIOX * �: * * * > * $ General Gibson Says .Every Soldier WHO GOES TO THE FRONT Should Take Nuxated Iron General John L. Clem, Who Was Sergeant in the U. S. Army at 12 Years of Age, General David Stuart Gordon, Hero of the Battle of Gettysburg, Judge SamueJ S. Yoder, for 18 Years a Practicing Physician and Formerly Surgeon Major in the Army, Also Tell How They Were Benefitted by a Short Course of This Remarkable Product Dr. James Francis Sullivan . and other o^ys'cian* explain i why Nuxated Iron helps to in. crests strength and endurance, and build up weak, nervous, , run down folks. What e v r: i* y soldier -4 n o s i \ necd.s is tnrmfcnd'JLiS '"stay j | UieiV strength. ;vnver , iimi j ' mi1!ranee, with nerves of | Lsie^i and blood of iron. To j: h'-:[, produce thi* result there I. j 1s= nothing in my exi>vnenc-sun says .Vu>;:,ted l. ".> brought VMi-k to h ;n m t,"�ria measure tb;it old b-i'.vnficy find cnerpy tbui fill'd hi> vetns in 1S4T when \\- nind.- ir'.-umpnant entry v.iiii r � r General John L. Clem, U S. A. (Retired), the drummer bey of Shffoh who entered the U. S. Army as a drummer boy at the ace of eleven years. He was promoted to be Sergeant for gallantry at the battle of Chieamauga when only 12 years old. He says that Ntixatcd iron is the tone and ever-reliable tonic-that he obtained most surprising results from its use In two weeks' time. in****-- j .; -�:. : :-� t..oj General Horatio Gates Gibson, U.S.A. (Retir-ed), who entered the City of Mexico In the war of 1847 with General Wlnfleld Scott. General Gibson says: "Judging from the results in my own case, I feel that every soldier who goes to the front should take Nutated Iron." tFron-. o-,-- o%\-T7 Oorrepr^on'lent\ Orion. .March 25-A mt-Ptintr of the � farmers of this district was held on ; Tuesday. March 12th. Mr. T. 0. King | \ an official of the V. F. A. of Alberta j ; made a very good speech outlining the ] ! benefits of the farmers pulling togeih- I ! or in the building up ot an organ'.za- i I tion such as the U. F. A. Mr. Smiley i was chairman of the meeting. Con- j l sidering that the meeting had not been ' very widely advertised, there was quite , a large number there. After the speak-j ing a local U. F. A. was organized jwith Mr. Smiley as psesident: M. F. j P'uller. vice-president and the number 1 of directors required were elected. ; Mr. Carl Shervey wrfs elected secret-, ary-treasurer and a very promising start was made in the join-'ing on the first meeting, s Education is on the move in this ; district, at least one of the schools | was last Saturday. The Fourtvay ; school being moved into town amid ! rejoicings on the part of the rising i generation of this part. It is expected that Six Six school will also be moved | this week. Mr. Burby and his help-' ers are working on tha,t building now. ; School is expected to commence the I first week in April, i Farmers in the district are pleased i to note a change in the weather and hope that, spring- has come at last. The ! stacks of feed have gone rather quick-1 ly but taken into consideration the stormy winter, cattle have come through pretty good although in a few eases slight losses are reported owing to the stormy periods. Saturday evening the managers of the Orion L'nitet', Church met and discussed matters relating to the "business of the church. Mr. W. J. Peck was elected secretary and Mr. .7. K. Jackson, treasurer for the year and Mr. J. Rogers chairman, with Mr. Jas. Jackson, vice-president. Rev. D. F. Robertson will continue to work the Manyborries and Orion field for another year. .An,.;!i!' 1 "ri-vi'M-at l>avi]i� fpt'lins -eny !>"i-.l Iron aivt within a j , nin ii h;;ci roused my w-ak- L � ,1 vital forces nn r> fleon Major in the Army and now^Commander In �i ,', ,� the I v ;c" Chief of the Union Veteran Union,'says: " ed Iron restores, revivifies and rehabilitates the system. To the man of 70 as I am It is just as certain, just as efficacious as to the youth in The above is Dr>-Sullivan's prescription for' enriching the blood and helping to make strong, keen, red blooded Americans- men and women who dare and do. \vfr ami oiulurance will find i,See how Ioiik you can work or how far lit a most remarkable arid worolerfwlly ef-Dr. V.. Hauer, a J-toston physii-inn. who | Y\m '��? walk* without Ix-cotnine tlrcl i f.-nive remedy has studied both in this country anil i "ke two-fivr gram tablets of .Niix- Breai Kurooean Medi'-iil institutions said: "ted Iron three times per. day after "Nuxatod iron is a wondorful venvsiriu i have jr:iiic-il." Ibeniselves with babit-formlni; d:-o:;s. ! l�: Sclm.vli.-t- - inwliea! infornia' ion or odvin- for Ullbli: liotva secret reuied>-i-'it on,- .vliirti is \\eh-knuwn to dI�u^^;i^its -th, toal.e tlo-jn bl-o-''-:. nor oj'set t)o- si (onaejj Tiie ma iinfiirt or-,;rs: ifuaVmite.' siti�-,. .s[ol and eritirely sat-i.' l';'.-t Uk'ht tutd watur. tut this would l�> tuitllUK n bad precedent. What limy would do. they told lhe detonation, would he to umko up, ill the tMid of the year by way of a special Ki'atH. any amount by which the JtuHl lulled lo cover tho cost of heating, lighting iitid water. I'rosldiuit l.ongwurth also complaln-inl at tho dohvy of tho provinolnl government over fulfilling what tho vol-oralis' hero considered u promise to appoint and pay a pertnanont man, a returned soldier, to act ns secretary of tho returned soldiers' bureau bore, and also tho appointment of a member of the I.etlibrldKO brunch of the Military Hospitals Commission. Mayor llnrdio wired l'romlor Stewart urging hint to look after theso appointments as Boon ns possible. " WOMEN WILL VOTE Austin, Texas, March 27.-Tho bill giving women tho right to voto In today's primaries and nomination conventions wns signed yesterday by Govornor Hobby, Women wilt lie entitled to voto in the July primaries. CEASES, SAYS KAISER Amsterdam, March 27.-The Volk� Zeltung of Cologne, �ay� that nccordlnn to General Von Ludandorff, Emperor Willing ha� beert-deeply Impressed by the terrible devastation In the battle area, remarking: "Hdw glnd we should be tha*: our country has been spared sucrt terrible things. Why did we succeed In keeping the fighting fce-yond our frontiers? Because before tho war we always urged the need of armaments. When mankind changes, thete things nlso will change, but first mankind must begin to change.'' Make Easter a True Festival of Gladness- Enjoy Easter Carols sung by the world's greatest artists-Enjoy Anthems by the greatest choirs of the land. A Victrola in your home will give joy on E��ter - It -will glva you music and mirth all year around. \ Victor Records for Easter J �50W r The Palms 1 The Lost Chord Kelnald Werrtnrsth Rsinaltl Werrtnrmh 554M\oh, For .h. Win*, of . Do� ^ irabeUe >ur"b IJoy of the World . -n-�> / Nearer My God to The. 1'029\Fleo as a Bird (Oh Lord. Most Holy ""'"ioliary IKodnsy) , f One Sweetly Solemn Thought 175M -^ijro.sdm iho liar (T.nayson) 31589 Clorla (Mo�art) (from Twslfth Mass) Lyric Quartet 31749 Holy Arr Thou (Music of Hun Jol'n Largo) Trinity Choir 31770 llall.lulah Chorus (from Messiah! Victor Chorus .ad Sous.'. Band 31781 FestlT.I T. Deum Trinity Choir 31837 Ave Maria (Adnpted to IntermeMa from "Cavalleria Ru.ticana") Raymond DUon witiK ( Angels P.'er Bright and Fair , Xjnfoid ye Portal. We, will gladly play these Records for you-we desire to mail you . ^ m Catalog listing almost 9000 Victor Records. 5%fr-J Lucy Marsh Trinity Choir "The home of the �/(ctrola"' every style-every price, AND thousands of records f 0 r JY0U jt0_s e lectfrom, �inurcb TWENTY BRANCH STORES Balmoral Block, Fifth Street South, L ).��^ss>siiisi'��n�s^^,'�s�s>sw� .�>�����eni)�tw**.�itm 76 I � Nursing Mission Annual Tea Saturday, March 30 From Three lo Six O'Clock ' at ===== 428 13th St South A. Silver Collection In Aid of Their Funds 20 ;