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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. MAY 12, 1917 THK IIF.IULD PAGE NINE News of the Labor World Conducltd by H. E. Ftrf uaon, hy ths and Labor Council of CANADA SHOULD lound Iho Trades and ta- bor council have iilscuosed' the sub- ject or Kcurlue new uuarttrs. In a communlrallon from the mayor, it was stated that to construct an appropri- ate building, IW.WO would be requir- ed, which would only erect a building so thai froni time to tine It could be added to, ttla of course, would not Include Ike value of the land. We caaisnlaalonerB ue now coaaUertna: the leulog 'of building with an option (o purchase which we feel sure does' not measure up to the requirements M outlined In the mayor'a teller. However, tbe Trades and Labor council doea not be auh- inirliies aa well as commercial ships. These proposals received >up- hide service alout per year. i v.Mch, IQ view ol LLe prrienl high j cost of living was not Ico larie. lu I fact, the question of Increasing the of the ecrvice was under consideration. REIECilltFLES ID 10 BRITISH BYCOUILISON OttaM. Mar will be an- other toqatrr Into a IranMctlM la port of several opposition from llio maritime provinces. Sir Gcorgo Foster considered the .uestloa a delicate one. lie assured Ihe house that everything don.t so far had heen under tbe direction and guidance ol the British AJmlnlly and the Imperial munitions boaiil. HUN MAIL SERVICE mules ilic' German mail tol IS SUSPENDED. Spain. Mevko. Soulli America, Celi- llerllo. May 1C. ii London May 11. [iral America aoj tlic Orleul lo Die lack or sea discontinued which Colonel John Wesley Allli fliured before the public committee Ihta session, la Ihe com- mittee Ibis morning, F. D. Carrell read a leller written by Ihe audllor- general to 3Er Charles Ross, Inquir- to the sale by Allison to the government of Ml rllles. lie notnled out Uiat Iho control of Ihe The jijardE of the nouitoton, lo Hoard ot Trade I rooms on _____........_ ,------_ ._.. Monday afternoon. Tho' report''ol Ihe. repre- seiltaUvn wag received and dliaimed and ho was Instructed lo ntlend Ihe conference oj Ihe AllerU representa- tives to be held at Calgary on May 10, as Iho ingenue was of llio unaiil- mous-'opinion thai tho Trades snd Labor council' should have reprpsen- UMfin -at- Burh nn meeting lo" aiibmll their suggestions on the movement- Tho report-of tho wljl-be discussed at the nexl racetlnE of. the council on May 21. AM locals reported stale of Irado i fair tnd everybody working including' the Al7the nallon'al unity or wln-thc- held In palgary on May' 10 the suggestions on how to handle presenl situation and fol- loiflng the ileclArallon of peace, cdn- talne4.among olhers the cojiscrlii'.lon ot'lWeallh nrsl and then conscription Hnca o[ tho present lotal recrultjhr .of- each province through- out Canada, national clghl hour dayT labor 'Mchanges under provincial con- taxation of nil wild lands, gov- ernmeht toiitrol nf the prices of the 'Of life, abolition of child equal suffrage throughout the on the onc-ninn-one-voio principle. Other ncalt wllJi'practlcany every phase of Cana- ola'ii Vclfare, 'hut as space IE IllnllciU EUfficV to' Bay that every suggestion s forwa'rded by tho Alherla conference wll! requlrb cunuiderablo discussion hofor'e.'helni disposed ot. :j Temple Co., which for some11 tjnie has been moro or lc5S hibernating eipecls to a lillle ol Hie old-time activity at Ihe meeting called i'f.Pt Tuesday rjlghl, 'and 1L is hoped. Uiat all interested In this con- cerh.wUl make It a point Lo attend, as of an Important nature "m'u'sl ueUransactfd and thoso who arc Bllll In the Tlctfilly would ilo well to be lo protect their interests. In purchBslnjt' that commodity was only worth about seventy cents. Unfortunately h'rtid does not have that dlitjncllohl a'ccbrdlne lo Ihe Coverniafut repofJ.LOF'Mirth, 1917. In staple arllclcs of con- Belween eilsljng prices lu ___. ''aud., EdmouSon; 21 were higher 1U Le'thhrldee than In Eduion- ton, 1 were higher lu. Edmonton, and 9 were Ihe aame. The Typos bare selected I'resideni Elam Prey lo represent thcin at Iho Western Canada Confereuce of Typo- graphical Unions lo be held In rtcgina on May 24, 2S and 26. The matter of. forming label league In Ivelhbrldge been sug- scsled by different locals and Is rx- iiected to be presented lo the Trades Labor council shortly. Tie.' Atlwood. reported killed re- cently, was secretary of the Labor Temple company and a member of ho Brewery Workers, being their delegate to the .Trades aud labor council. The Typographical union at their ast meeting decided lo affiliate with the Alberta Federation of Labor. Among the delegates from the Min- ers' locals In tne Ijethbridre district .0 Calgary, on Wednesday were be tolloirlng-: C. '..M. Lojan, a. Begaelly, Wra. J. O'Nell, Ed. Browne, Chaa. J. Phillips and P. Kelly. The Bricklayers 'met on Monday night and .transacted routine business Incidentally.reporting stale of Irade more or lees satisfactory, The expect lo 'a big nliht 'next Tuesday and indica- tions are that their expectations be furSTled. The Barbers' local n'as shown a Eud-1 den acllvlty and delegates from Ihelr local ar'e regulara now, not once-In-a- sald, were uusy. P.verythlug poEslble had been douo lo stimulate tlie ship- }ulldlng Industry. M'hlle unable lo go nto details, the HCLIng prlDie rfllnls- er alao assured the house (tia't slept were being taken to deal with nbmar- ne attacks on tbe Canadian coail. i. G. Turrlff, Afslnlhola, asked the acting premier whether the new Un- .Led States war tariff would' affect rheal and wheat products. Sir George replied that thU tariff had not-yet become law and, lhat therefore, he could .not give any in- formallou on the matter. Intan'or Eatlmatea.'. The house then went inl'n.' commit- tee o( supply on Interior.Estlmales- Hon. Prank Oliver declared-thai coii- dllionB In the west al Ihe present time did not warrant the expenditure ask- ed for In connection wilh Ihe outside service. He'thought that the present staff was'overmanned. Hon. Dr. J. that 150 of the employes of the branch gone 10 (hft front. ?r.d, o( (hem had nol been replaced. Some of these were drawing their original pay. The average salary in1 sale of Ross rides lo Ihe Hrlllih authorities reated with the Dominion government and aaked for an eiplan- aa to Allison's dealings with the Irltlsh gvrrnment ID regard lo the rifles. Sir Charlea Roas In bis reply to lia auditor-generaT, said lhat the rifles sold to the British government iy Allison -weie made up of rejected Chairman Mlddlcborough expressed the opinion thai this was a matter which did not concern the Dominion parliament as Allison's dealings had been exclusively with ihe Brltlah authorities. Mr. Carvell Insisted, however, thai Sir Charles'Ross should be examined and the'committee agreed lo have him subpoenaed to glvo evidence. WAR AIMS Amsterdam. May 11, via London. The first Hem on the business program for ncxl Monday's meeting of the Reichstag wll be an interpellation with regard to and Lorraine according lo (he Weser Zeltung Bremen. Two Interpellations on Gcr many's war aims will The speetii by Chancellor von Beth niann-Hollweg on Germany's war aim Is not expected before Tuesday. wbilcrs. ITALY. NfflriD NEIfBRO'S HERPICIDE is OM remedy on yuar Arupgijt'j snelvei- Tftidi may slways he de- ptDded uwri. Instead of complaining to ybor frtaxla and mourning OTer.iyour; lou'of half, call upon yoar local' drufgiit and purchase bottle wWnDn'c trvupTninv a the Tub t atni gtrm remfdy lor dandrurT, stops itching IDd cateki falling hair. Yod can Have Uie hair you have fnuck'euier than you can grow new.' time to JMW ia now, The remtV for doinf It b Mm7- BEO'S BKRPICIDE. MM! Mr Bed-Spring with the Backbone" lo Ibe center Guarantees 20 Years of -J .-4 jf. Two Spring in Dae. Aik to tee it at your dealers The Alaska Bedding Co. Limited tad ".WINNIPEG Regin. It's always a delight to Use jtfennen's "THK duty lo das's tssth becomes pleajore with The entire absence of grit polishing action aad the cool tfrer-tMle koake Mermen's popular choice with wo- satin Qood teeth need to be pifmeited. The smfe, sure ind tnott eSectiTC way to your teeth by use of trU. Write today. HAROI.n P. KrrCHIEACO.LIHITKD IQL Stctt. NOW HAPPY! New York, May. Arlotta, lead of the Italian commission, which has Jusl arrived 'In this country dls- uased with newspapermen loday the >urposes'6f his mlallon and the war illuatlon generally. "We show the great satisfaction in seeing lie. United States'approre Ihe pur- pose of o.ur Is the canse of.lHJerty apd-jisllcejfar all people, and-to expfeaa the'friendship .and admiration of Italy for the Americas uallok. "We to proceed In ab- Bolule accord .ulth.Uie United States; aa we have wKl France and We. men at the froBt >at' atell aiad to ar- ruie a war loaMi wltk wblct'to jay for what we hare pur- chased here clian'ge. '.at' we wait abort .everything sj it shlfa- to. carry proTfaions' and ar materials and we are sure Ihe great Industrial power of.this country will be-amply sufficient for our Mr.'Arlolta was uked If the food shortage had become (Ufflclenlly aciile In caite talk of a sep- trale peace. mind peace talk, or lepar- ale he replied, with consider- able emotion'. "Italy .will not make a separate peace iii any'-case. wish particularly to.complete our nat- ion's! Independence wllh our1 Italian brothers of-'the Trcntlno and other districts llnllan nalloDBllty is la irealeat preponder- ance. "As for fodct; onf next: harrssL'will he ready al Ihe end of June, 10 we have only, one month tad a half to prorlde for.'tt'wlfl be a tneillum liar' resl. Certainly, It-Is yery Important that shlpmenu of wheat1 should be but .rtkliin1 :Hople arc very rrugal nnil eooomnlcal." Mr. Ariotla VM' nnl WITH SPORT CLOTHES That's the vogue, this year to have one's t shoes i in harmony with the sport suit, or outing skirt and sweater. Notice to Farmers Tlio -jH'ii-e ol Cream has advanced 4c on Sweet..Grcaiu aiid'-Su on sour. PRICES ARE NOW PerToTinil Butter Fal 46c No. 1 Sweet 43c'1N6. 2 Sweet 40c No. 1 Sour 38eNo. 2.Sour Thlt the hlgheit price in the We itlll pay for each shipment and chargca. Crystal Dairy Ltd. Qiiik Got His Paint r; -V IIAYB IIAUmVAKK here nre awaiting (tie arrival of olher members of the .coraraliilon from hefbrt' 'geinif These .tjiefliberaT of. from Ihe Xing o( 16 TrMldenl Wil- son. .The head Ih'o SUMMER SHOES are the most complete of summer footwear ewpr made. TheTleet Foot: trnwrniurk goes on shoes for every work and men, women aiul chiUren. Aftfyoar dearer totbotOfon the Flett Foot Too'fl Knd vcadfy MM yon the fricti -half, a rttrf ml'Mm hit, (nan art a BOYS AND GIRLS (Umlcr Sixteen Yours ul" Aj-c) THE BIG PRIZE CONTEST ON Royal Crown Soap STARTS MAY 15th Are You In On This! Get Particulars nt Once. 26 GRAND PRIZES Everybody gels something. Write us today for particulars. The Royal Crewn Soaps Limited CARPET CLEANING Vacuum Cleaning ID all- Its branches. WILL HAYTER 1101 11th St. S. Phone 1138 LETHBRIDGE The Hudson Anlo Lnrery A bit Six Cylinder car. DID ol lie treat and; moat comfortable cars lu the city to ride la. COUNTRY TRIPS PREFERRED Reildcncc Phone Day or Night. Day Phone, Palace Cenfeetlerv i ery 'Meet ui at the Palaes." neiiim's Auto Livery Servlca Capable Driven Phan. 1312 Oallw FOR Fully modern home en tth Avc. A., S. Six roomi and bath, full baaement. Flrtt condition. A for caih or would consider term a, APPLY: CONYBEARE, CHURCH, McARTHUR A. DAVIDSON DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co, Limited P. R. Freljht PHONES Office........... 11C1 Stablea.......... 10C4 1 AND ALL KINDS' Of KU' TnlOAL WORK. Co. PHONt 711 lr< Ave. Usiaiidra Hotel kuto livery OVERLAND AND CHALMERS CARS NIGHT AND DAY Phone Clerk, 717 101-0 AUTO Lcthbrfdge, Alb.rU We Know thi tlwr. sughly. We have hid the It paid for. :_ TRY US. Phone 1206 ian (Children must be feel YQURhelp. Send your name and your money to BELGIAN RELIEF FUND W. A. 1UCHANAN, M.P., c n Alberta., ;