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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta rAOE SIX THE FRIDAY. 1917 The House-wife's Dependable Ally indsor Table sssSalt THE CANADIAN SALT CO, UMITED 1 S, ALBEIIA HE WHEAT VDIE Turn Down Parliamentary Rati- Cost Living Discussed Concerning ihe rumors afloat that Ihe Great Northern has surreyors en- gaged surveying the route for a rail-1 road [n Southern Alberts It is worthy of note that two railroad companies tavo applications before the Domin- ion parliament for an ea lens ion of Lime in the construction of Hues In Southern Alberta- One. of Hiese Is known as the Canadian Western rail- way company, and since il is asfcing for the right to construct a line from Coults ID a northerly and westerly di- rection to Cardston, and thence on lo the Crows Xest branch of the C.P.ft., It might be possible that this DGTT com- pany is related 10 Itie Great Northern. Color is lent to this Impression by the fact that this com piny is also asking for Ibe power to construct a line from the Livingstone range of mountains Kest to Michel, to which point the Great Northern already comes from the west. Il might be' possible that the Great Northern proposes to link lib 1U line in British Columbia, wilh Its present line ruuning to Grass in northfcrn Montana, The other railway seeking an exten- sion of time Is Ihe Western Dominion railway. IV prepays in huild from a point on the International boundary on Range 23 Borta-irest .to-Caidstoa, and on to Piricner Greet. Its amli- tioQs arc quite eilensire as it proposes to carry its line north lo .Edmonton, and north-west to Fort St. John in ine province ot British-Columbia: There hays been hints Uiat this company is related to the Chicago-arid Milwaukee, has been quite actiTe in north- west Montana in years. NEW JOB. Loddon, May W. J. Xelll, director of Eervrce, has fieen detailed-for special dnly- on -tQe imperial remuanl mlsifon in America. wa, Oat. May the con Men ot the budeot debate today the amendment by J. G. Turifl, calling tor parliamentary rallflcaifou or The free wheal proposals, was defeated by vote of 51 to 40, or a tovernuieui ma- jority of 11. Thf opposHlcn applaud- ed the result. Messrs. Frouls, Cnrvett. McCoig aud Wilson I Laval) declare i thai they had been paired with Con- servatives, but that tliey would have Toted (or the aruendmen l. James of Huntingdon. Ihen moved that bran, shorts and middlings be placed on the tree list. As the bour we3 late, he desired, however, to adjourn (he bate. Sir GeoVge Foster considered that tte debate should conclude to- night. More Amendments Sir Laurler stated that sev- eral other nmemJmenl were still to be moved. Owing lo Iosley and Pie, Trick Killed In Men (Frcim Our Own spcntent) Plnchcr M ny OttlcUl word was received 011 BuuJay lasi by Mr. and Mrs. A. Mroley that their son, Corp. Tom, bed teen killed Jn< at-tloii. A letter has becu rccelvod by Ihe sorrowing parculs trom their son' Michael who wad in tbe firing wna and quite near la tho eceo3 of Ills brotJier's death. A short Uuo ago Corp. Tom Mosley was awarded ihe mLlUary medil for dlMtoguIsheU brarery. He waa lu his 23rd )'ear and tho sacrifice of bis young Ufa adds one more link ot our th8 York Boston. IL Stephens, now on the ground. J. E. o( JJ1" HtaJereoii from Mr ilrs. Piucbcr Creek, the well keown -on- C- H. Trick, who al prtsral mWe suliing swlogUt. Is tor the U. C, buc moved from here U. H Culler, svho Is -i to Calsiry about rears ago tial siockboidci In Ihe concern, will bo rte'r only son Pla. Kentou Trick had field macaEerand is already busy mak- Won killoJ in action. It would bo Im- 3 preparations for Icraiedi.ile drill- vossJble to express tho sorrow which Uhls sad inlclIlBence brought to Iho Tbo concern is bringing inlo the dls- people or the town and dtetrlcf. Too Irict Ihe Leanest siring of tools ever family haii lived here Jor seTeral years brcmsbt into Canada, and the hole is acd Feuton from bis boyhood had [wing planned so lhat tho proper cas- been a general favorite. his ,ns may be used lo put it down io school days hod passed he accepted a 5000 feet if necessary. Geologist: position in the Union Bank anil al Woods has given the field his timo of his enlistment he was salion and his findings have been teller. Scarcely had the busies sound- checked and concurred in by olheried from lhe recruiting office of our brought In by tha new de-1 mounted reginieul ere Fenlon hod add- velopment concern to look over Ihe; ed his name to Ihe fast, filling list. IL is a since ho for Tha concern U already fully and glovrlng reports have izcd. but it Is slated lhat tbe interest. rciurnej.in the meantime of bis vai- ls so keen In cistern financial circles .iant as a and of Iho high that a premium of {150 per shnre has, iifsls sun [Oii0wed. To bis sorrow- been attata. for the stock. i lng loVcnls and sisters Iho most heart- TV. F. Weeks, who has always had fcU is The com- confideuce In too field aod wuo made. fofl 0, snowfng thal anfl the announcemeut loilay of the new, bnlhfr had cltabwi to the hieh- These wonderful shock absorbers give you great' comfort when walking. PAIR PUT ON welcome in Canada In their cSorts to; Mrs. Edflnrds of Jlacleofl, Tlce-presl- locata and develop Canadian fields of Alberta Provincial National where there is every evidence that of Women and Convenor of will evenlually be found. Ho says also; Committees of Law and Lcglslllkra that the speculative values of oil' will address Ihe women of the Finch- lands in America bsve increased ten' er Creek town district in tho Primary times over in the past year, and ruflfcn on the afternoon of Sat- rfcently 10 acres in the Kansas urday. May 19th nl 3 o'clock. Every ficll, in which he is Interested, sold, woman who can possibly arrange to for be present is requested lo do so. The new concern which has under- to make a decisive lest of the bil possibilities In tie vicinily ot l.cth- hridge, is In no way an outcome of attempt made n year ago by English nod Is. not associated with In any way. Tbe capital has all been secured in Uie United States and the rcen behind the project hare con- fidence to see tho Tvork through. For Men who dress young, r we have a number of-- inodels of undoubted. novelty and tionable The new "Pinch Back" Suits are decided departures from the .usual 9 May we show them to you? Total Collected Now Mines May Be Idle Some Time I to the t FcrnEc, 3Iay The Fertile Lrlcl Associated Palrtollc Fuod still Keeps its lead In collection for that most laudable cause. The collections for the raonlh, ending Slay 4lli, total S3287.GO and the disbursements, in- clurting tlie monlhlj" lastal- ment sent lo W. J. treasurer at Victoria, amounts to ctjuals Ihe total collections tor Iho month. This brings tbo total collect- ed in Into district from the organize lion to dale up lo TVIth Ihe mines at Coal Creek and Michel Idle, ITie next month's collections may Calgary, 11 all the big questions "waiv yesterday al Ihelr meeting here and discussing them separately, the delegates to the Alberta convention ol the Tement al the Falliser, 'closed by putting them all fn .the pol logelher, ere they wltt Bliile until iheyr ave brought forth the latter parl of this month at the Dominion convention in Montreal. The Indication from the session here Is that western eentimcnt will ho de finitely presented at the big- conven- tion hecause Uic dslcgatlons in Cal- gary represent E. hofige-poJEe of law- yers, labor men, farmers, women with special and general ideas, reformers, uplitters, autonomists and anll-aulano- miai-s, Early In the session It was decided thai delegatea from Soulhern Alberta should go to the convention un- Moist Warm Air FURNACES YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY PLACING AN ORDER FOR YOUR FURNACE NOW SUNSHINE RADIUM COUNTRY WORK A SPECIALTY THE BIXON SHEET MtTAl GO. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK, LETHBRIDCE FOR SALE Fulljr medtrn Ml ftK Ave. A., Six roomi bath, full wiKrtlt FlrM cliM eendlUwv. A wup tor er would APPLY: CONVSEAHE, CHURCH, MeARTHUH DAVIDSON Heuim's Auto Livery 24 Hour Cipable Drlvtra Phnnt 1312 OdlM HoUl TbtHiJtotAMtlirerj A SU 7- car. of comfortabla can In dtj in ride in, COUNTRY PREFERRED flulrfenca Day or NIBht Phcne, try MMect at the lo hold them at home to help build up I tlic country. lie spoke ot the yellow peril B9 the grealest imrolEratlnn prob- lem, lie said a head tax at TV ill nol be a solution as men in the orient make a business of speculating In Iho Chinese a ltd Japanese who coma here and will readily advance the RmounL ot ead las required. J. 31. Curstm nrtvocatod a change in the immigration laws. He said: "We might study the secret orders anil learn a lesson. Men Trim desire to corce to Canada should make applies-, ttoa helore Ihey purchase a EleamsUp tictet and we should pass upon their desirability, striking out ihe unfit onri least desirable. Dr. Lincoln, former superintendent oC tho General hospi- tal, urged physical, moral and educa- tional tests Cor the Immigrant.. hampered and Instructions. 191 iFitRefbrm fall ofl BlteMij, but aa the organtza- Dcn U veil established throughout the Us district, It Is not thought lhal the shrinkage will 6c very great j AVtllfam Poltcr and Samuel Hcancy were selected aa delfigalca to attend tbe special contention at Calgary Thursday and last evening to. be present at the opening of t'je assembly- General Manager W, II. "Wilson ami Secretary Younge, of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal company, bave returned to town from Calgary 'meeting ot the Oporalcra' Association. The mines are all Idlo arid there fa nothing to Indi- cate an early return to work In this Workmen arc leaving here In McKELVIE McGUIRE LE1TTBRIDGE greater prc Uon ihan IB 11503! a ulrlkc U on, owing to demand for laborers In other occupations. Paradoxical you think armed vessels are Hhelr (o be aunkl" "Not If they gt-t tbe drop Baltimore American. However the delegates were unani- mous on many point9, One of theso Is conscription of surplus wealth. Selective Conscription Cousins, ol MerJlcIne ilat, who led tho discussion on tbe best means ol reinforcing the Canadian army, fav- orer! conscrlplton by .allotment In pro- portion to the population ot the pror- inccs. He did not advocate Immediate conscription but would give Ihe men a chance to fill ihe ranks before en- forcing the draft. A Tier the lime lira It expires conscription would result automatically. G. n. Marnoch, ol the LfilhbrJdga board of trade, opposed the transcon- tinental highway. Ho thought prac tlcal raatla would appeal belter fo Ihe business sense of the nation. He thought a road through Iho barren rocks a poor Investment anil would put them where they will aid Industry and the farmer. H. Ferguson, of the Lelhhrldgc Trades and Lalior council, reported on I I mini gra lion said lhal the European count He 5 saUJc Issue lo some extent by passing ii ARISTOCRAF A Style that stays Stylish mannish clothes made (ar real men. Fil and lasting qualities always satisfactory. LOUIS KEEL e, AlberU NOWHAPPY! This Gink Got His Paint at (he IIAYR HARDWARE CO Avoid the Constant Cleaning of Clogging Irrigation Flumes When you build, save yourself the nuisance and waste of time a clogging flume incurs by'getting a flume whose smooth surface cannot obstruct or collect sand and ilirt. PER.FECT" made in Kclions of chcet metal, form a perfectly smooth curfacfi from end (o end of your flume. Sand and diit eimply eHac over the surface. TTje jcmtsof cath section lock together watcitight i ;ods. Made of iTicy cannot pit or corrode, and being lighter ivciglit than Ordinary woxlcn con struct ion, then lefts eliatn ax your framc- Mado in all aizci from I ft- to 9 ft. in diameter. fromefcjgpnaIt [ten floina tyzcHwj 011 cflar WriU lot flame 1, II fief lo you fTHE PEDLAR PEOPLE, LIMITED (EiUUiib 847'BeaUySlreel, WE 6TOCK BRANTFORD, AND STANOARO BICYCLES.- FItlcJ Danlop Traction TrcaJ Tfrftft and Jjeal cciulinncnt tljroughout. Hrlcci from to cash or cab} terms, Second hand cycles always fa 8 toe IT. Jlcpalrfl and acceseorlts, Lcthbriflgc Cycle Co, 110 FKlh Stfcrt WE CAHRY A FULL LINE OF Repairs for All Makes of Engines. Our plant. IB equipped with ujvto-dald machinery and our men arc thoroughly competent to handle any ivark on any kind of machinery, GRINDERS AND PLFMP3 We mnnuractiirc haTo Cor nalc Holler cod Plato Grinders and Deep Well Puinpa. i o. KISCIIEL- lessee- of tho Lclhbrldgo Iron WorJts. Vital Auto Livery OVERLAND AND CHALMERS CAR'S NIGHT AND DAY Phone Clerk, 717 BOULTOITS AUTO LIVERY Lethbrldgc, We kndw tbe country oughly. We have hid the enperlanea. II paid far. TRY US. rhone 1206 DRYING All Western Transfer Co. Limited C. P. R. Frelglit PHONES Office 11O' f sublet 10M mm mm AHE YOUR ENGINES EQUIP- FED FOR SPRING We ire well equipped hindlt All kind! of rcpafrv. High gride work it a price Ii our rtotte.' We Guarantee Our Prlcet Ara -Right NIVEN EROS. Pint Ave. 8. Pheiw 1732 I .ELECTRICAL JSUPPLIESl AND ALL KINDS OP ELEC- TRICAI- WOBK. 7IB 3rd 8, FOR SALE SO head of Calllo, choice milch cows and helfera. Soma with calves at foot, and others due to calvs shortly and several nice yearUoc All young slock. APPJ.Y AT Fanners' Feed Barn 239 15th Slrett N. er U2S 6th Av'c, A. N. Potatoes Wanted CAR OK LEM Must be good i lied, Mutl4 whrto Phone 732 i or call It Saunders Hay and Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenut Perfection Wire Stretcher and Splicer Don't kink Hie Wire don't ga slack when mschlns (a remuvcil. W, O. Weeks nays: "II Is Iho only IhlnB thai wUI multe (ho old fence 33 good na MANOFACTUREO W C. F. TOLLESTRUP, RAYMOND, ALBERTA ;