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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AGEEtOMT IDGE DAM HBtULD MAY K Fantiers Ask Privilege of Addressing Commons May the house this Lotbtn asked If representative of the talmers organizations at present in city Interviewing the government Wtl asked for nn opportunity to ad Ureas the Ho wanted to know ifthe request would be granted and in hour fixed for the farmers repre lehtatlves to be Speaker Rhodes announced that lie bad received a communication from chairman of the far mers organization in session making the request hat the house give an opportunity to himself and of other delegates to ad dress the and read the com in which reference was made to the fact that the public and parliament had recently received Sam uel president of the Ameri can Federation of and which ttpfessed the hope that the democracy N Ail findsor Tj THE CANADIAN LIMITED of Canada would be likewise Speaker Modes said that It was a mat ter for Jhe house to decide and that there was no Laurlers Sir Laurler said that the speaker had discharged his duty in communicating the invitation to the Whatever action was taken must come from the leader of the gov He expressed the view that the head of a Canadian organization had just as good a claim to he heard by parliament as the head of nn or ganization of another Sir Wilfrid referred to the fact that somo years ago the government of Canada had received a large deputation of farmers from western Speaker Rhodes remarked that on that occasion the gathering took place in the house of commons cham ber but the hquse was not In Sir Wilfrid suggested that the mat ter might stand over until Sir Robert was Sir George who was leading the explained that Sir Robert Horden was at that moment engaged with the farmers delegation and sug gested that no action should bo taken by the house in his He pro mised to communicate at once with the premier and threw out the sug gestion that the farmers representa tives be heard at six oclock when thSNiouse adjourns for the din ner ie would put them on the same footing as Gom who addressed the house dur ing its The house then resumed discussion of MacLeahs resolution which provides for the meeting of maturing Canadian Northern Railway Cahill of Pontiac asked who the stockholders maintaining that the people of Canada should know where the money to be advanc ed by the government is MacLean stated that the gov eminent wished to renew with amilll principal pnymeftt possible the securities maturing this Tne legislation last yenr provided advanceto the rnnmluft Northern Railway not exceed Infc Where did It Ca The amount was expended largely In tho payment of securities falling due last replied Sir Wilfrid Lattrlof asserted that the government was not treating the house with proper respect because 11 had not up to the present time made an announcement as to Its policy In regard to the He could not understand why there should be any objection to such n statement being made Cahill had previously asserted that government owha the N Its management should he taken over to which the minister had re plied that a new board of directors would be appointed as soon as the value of the common stock has been ascertained by the commission now inquiring into the Mayor Demands Truck Make Good By Delivering Royal Store Sale Dominion Block BULLETIN Immense Crowds All Day Yesterday Big Bargains Were O Beautiful Sun 3 House Dresses T 7 HI 1 FRANK WADDINGTON Money Spent on Your Teeth isMoney Saved THE few dollars spend on your teeth today wheu decay is first starting is in ihe nature of a sound business Figure it When halt or moreof your aro decayed will he the case if you neglect the first dc cayed it naturally cost you more iu the If you dread tho dental be reas sured by the attested to by all our patients Dentistry As We Practise It is a Gentle Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott 4 Doon from Lethbridge ALBRRTA CANARY 9FFICBT116A ilQHTH AVENUE EDMONTON Our present records show that with the present bed we cijnnolt haul gar bage at any less cost with the auto truck than with the horses and This frank admission is made by Mayor Hardie in a letter to theBrehni McMullen of agents for the Acme motor garbage truck FOR STAMPEDE May Fly Here From Winnipeg I And Also to Other Pairs is more than as a result of the agitation started by the amalga mated fair that the crowds at the various exhibitions on the West ern Canadrffrilf circuit will1 see a real array aviator In notion this Wliat the bfrdmau who will make the circuit it the arrangements are completed will like ly fly from one point to another and make his landing on the fair grounds the bljfexhibitlons are During the when recruiting for the flying corps was first started In It was suggested to the fair board to Sheriff chair man Of the local recruiting commit tee of the Royal Flying that exhibitions by an army aviator would do a great deal to induce enlistment in a branch of the service which needs men In the worst possible Sheriff Young took the matter up with McNamarn at and Manager Moore of the fair bgard was instructed to negotiate with The result Is that now data as to the distances between the various fak Cen tres and the facilities for landlrig are being gathered and on the report the flying corps will decide what can be It la understood the proposal to fly from one place to another is suggested In order to save the expense of taking down the machine and ship ping by If the scheme goes through It is to be one of the greatest features of the various and will no doubt do much to stimulate recruiting in the aerial wing which created of a sensation among the cltUens when it appeared on the streets some time The mayors letter to the sales manager of the motor truck concern is most frank and declares that it is up to the selling company to make a change iu he bed or and thus remove the criticism which has been heaped on he heads of the McMul len replies stating that the new gar1 Ijage bed is being and asV ing the city to send back the old box as soon as the new one is of the fighting GEISII YEARS Pleads on Seven Charges of Stealing Wheat From South Arrangements are now under way by the horse owners who are training at Henderson Park fair grounds to hold a race meet in Lethbridgo on May Manager Moore of the fair has been asked to take charge of the advertising for the At present there are over 20 horses in training for the various west3rn circuits and it is expected a string of horses will be hefe for the 24th May of REPRINT Steads Book Being Published Now By Musson Western people will be interested to know that The a novel written a couple of years ago by and which has been out of for some time owing to the impossibility of securing copies from Great Britain is to be imme diately reprinted in Canada and will be available in a few The succesa of the book in foreign markets has led a Canadian publish ing The Musson Book of to undertake the republica tion for the Canadian The book is printed in the It will be adorned with a nevf cover in colors drawn by Arthur Hewing the wjio in recent years has come rapidly to the front and Is one of the leading illustrators of western Heming has al so been engaged to illustrate Steads new The Cow Puncher which will be published in Herman whose raids on the granaries Cardston farmers dur ing the winter created such a sensat ion because of the that the farm ers did not toow their grain was stol en until the fact was pointed out to them Detective Hesketh of the appeared before His Honor Judge Jackson Ujis morning in District Court and guilty on seven He received a sentence of two years less one day on each thj sentence to run He will be imprisoned at the provincial jail The manner in which MiHer was captured was a smooth piece of work on the part of After rid ing part of the Magrath to Lethbridge with a man in an automo Miller asked to beset down at the Pot Hole His actions Growing Boys need A MOST you eat nowadays costs more than it used FRYS at the same you nourishment that has made FRYSfamous for 200 The manufacturing pcocess being the result is a Cocoa of exquisite very soluble and Your money can hardly buy an equal quantity of nourishment in any other You can easily prove this by gettinga TYuesf FRYS addresssd a large gathering iu James Methodist Church last He referred to a prophecy of his he had beensgreeted With enthusiasm v of American audiences and stock hard headed busi ness men and that when after the war Great Britain and France come to settle for the aroused the suspicions of the driver of they owe now and the the car who reported the fasts to the they will owe before lheTwar is over the reply of the United States will Prescription for Eczema for 15 years the standard remedy for all skin A liquid used extern Instant relfef from Your money back if the first bottle not bringyou Ask also about Higlnbotham LIFTS OUT Says Therell No Excuse for Cut ting Corns and Inviting Sore hard soft corns or any kind Of a corn can harmlessly lie lifted viglil out with the fingers if you will apply ly upon the corn a few dropa of says a Cincinnati author It is claimed thai at fmull one can got a quarter of an ounce of freexono at any drug which is sufficient to rid ones feet pf ovtry or callua without pain or soreness or the danger of Thla simple while dries the moment it is applied and does not inflame or even irritate the surrounding Thla announcement will interest many women for it is said that ihfj present hlghbtfl touLwear is putting corns on practically womans on his arrival here with the result that Detective Hesketh and Warman started out in pur and after long chase arrested Miller on After his arrest Miller confessed to the thefts of grain resulting iu the charges being laid against him on which he was sentenc ed REIMS ARE The appearance in the fair board prize list of an advertisement by the Robert order has raised a storm of protest from the merchants of the with the re sult that the following communication has been sent by Retail Mer chants Association to the fair board Lethbrldgo Exhibition Dear Sir On page ID of your prize list we notice an advertisement for a mall order house i The members of this association have been combatting the mall order business for a and by con forming to new methods of business are strengthening their No doubt your board wiH be ex pecting their support for the prize but until a proper explanation can hn given of a public body ex peeling their supnprt encouraging mail order business they cannot guarantee official For your information I may say that to our knowledge tho Lethbridge always refuses such adver holding tho ground that it would be unfair to thoir local I cllontb who support the paper by 1 their to do anything to in I riuce tho public to deal out of the Vours Signed l Heirutary Retail Merchants be Receipted in It is paid al paid by the blood of your sons who died as muckfor us as for fe J BRITISH LOSSES FOR WEEK total of British casualties reported in the week ending today is WILL FIGHT IT May a woman conductor steps on a street we walk declared Alderman Joseph business agent of the Toronto Street Railway Employees to day and the summarizes an of unalterable opposition to the companys proposal to Install pay asyouenter cars and employ women as Gen oral declined to make any statement in further explanation of the attitude of the ALREADY I SAYS VJay James of who is in Mon treal 10 receive an honorary from University to nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnununnnnnDnnnnn n n a n n n n n n n a a n n n a a n n a n n n n n n a n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n a n E NGLISH Worsteds and Scotch Tweeds are very scarce And in most suits made of genuine Imported Woolens are so expensive as to be almost Through our intimate relations for the past 25 years with the leading mills we have been able to obtain an assortment of these very fine which we have made up into the new spring Such is the buying power of a great organization like that we can sell the finest English Serges and Scotch Tweed Suits at moderate FitReform tailored suits to iceio McKELVJE McGUIRE ;