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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT., Tim MAY 23; 1017 iToSoOnTakiCFruit-a-fe" I; Because They Did Her Good Rocnox, P.Q., JAN. Utli, 19L3. j suffered for many yrirs with tcr- i lible Indigestion ssd I I; Lad frequent diny spells nod boeama 1- greatly run ilonn. A neighbor me to try "Fruil-i- I didsoanj I- lo surprise of ray doctor, 1 bcgaa io improrc, and lie adTiscJ me to go on with I consider that I (me my life to "Fruit- .i-lives" and I van't to say to those who "The Financial of opposition 'try t'mil-a- lives' anil you COR1XEGAUDKEAU. 50c. aboxr, G for JO, Iriil sitp, ?3c. I; 'Atall dealers or sent postp2id by FnaU -UTei Limited, Oltava. iinvL-' ai- A PC fir-' ievu to U Ual of nilff fill [IT dojiartiueai they wished to e.wmluo "ll- " Ul. VI SEIMMENIOF MONUMENTS jljeadstones jand Crosses ijof every jjcUiscriptioir to I jpr4er. hJGETOUR I tEOURWORK I UE-FORE YOU I tetUbriige 'Monumental andCntStooeWorb May ?2 nearly j four-months of negotiation a new [wageSchedule has been agreed on J between Ihe C. P. H. arid men, whereby b; ____ aao" yardmen on C.'P. R! lines east of Fort William obtain gen- Passenger coDduc- iar.ii frleuJs" Hou. Mr. "arc foail of ivpreseiilins; lo ihi> public tin." ['ruvittce of Al- berta is in a sinu' railway V to show you by facie brotighi out iu the re- cent report of the Dominion corn ces- sion io o-Qijuirc into the of ilie micros-Is nt (h? Dotuluum. ihai we' have jirovUKM LA wide mutcln of sate- iv in till, our railway tiuaranlce Irais- Thi? commission to ivbJch 1 was composed of Chairman Drayioa of the Dominion Hallway Commission, a Conservative govern- ment appointee. A. U. Smith of iho Now York Central lines and Win. Ac-wQith of Lanilon, Kng.. a ncu-d [Old Couiury railway export. men, after- an of var- ious Alberta Hues, on which we bate ihe guarantee of Ilie prov- nce, by their own engineers have found that the cost of reproducing ihe Algeria lines in. question as com- pared with ihc puarzntees of the Al- lerttt governHieal are as follows i -Cost of Alberta Repro- Guar- duciion anlec Branch imrmilo permilo Goose Lake. C.N.H. 515.DOU Vefireville-Munson U. N. H......... 21.500 15.000 Munson-C'uleary. C. X. ol.aflfl lo.Oi'O Camrosc, S.E., C X. R............. IS.i-OQ 13.000 Onbway, C. N..R. 31.900 Uraieau, C. R. Athabasca Landing L. N 15.000 Tofield-Calsary. 0. T. P. .From lhcse_ fiiures yen will see lhat In every case wd a mftrpti nf salelv.of from J5.50Q to 536.500 per mile over our guarantee. NOT remember that ihe Alberta Rovern- meni has a first mortgage on every mile ol line by ll.-aud you ___t easilyj-see-j for -yourselves (hat trie'government has security excess ol (he amount Cor which the Credit of (ie province is pledged. The figures also 30 a Ions io disprove .Ihe conlonlibu of our Conservative friends that railway pro- moters 'are-becoming millionaires oft our guarantees. Their lines tire worth more than the guarantees in every caEe, which should be proof enough for anj man.. "The figures "dp riot give the value of tUe" U on vegan and'B. C lines buill by J, D. McArLhur of whom the opporUlon are so fond as hETing been made a millionaire by our -guarantees. They will tell you he is making a'profit, of per el their civil. AuiV their charges ou investis'Ailon by Uio Ac- cojuts liavw fthvays (allcu, [int. What evidence o' Uie lack of any LUal ucvi'r once Iho Put He Accounts CoQimilu'e broaghl (u a uiinprity re- port on which to base cfcarsos wLicb te probed by a Koysl Com- mission. All iheir lolk ot Uoyal Com- mifsloiii ii u scDitmenlal altciupt to misloiid tUe electors of Ihe yroviuce tutQ thinking there bus been wrong- doing on the part of the members ot the government when there IE uo shadow of .1 ground OH to base euch insUiuanous." Prior to iliscussiu" the o[ innuendo by which HIP hopes to iiitljeiicc voierb ia this cam- paign. Hou. Mr. Mitchell tofa, paiEEenser brake men and hag- kasemen hare obtained advances 'in "the' riclnlly of JS per cent.; freight .conductors will get 50 cents an.hoar i minimum of a day; yardmen IT will get an advance of about 25 per GLEN WOOD. (From Our Own Corr j -Way- I iTfc'cuto'stimated. for .this it report' has -been MHJdVrtw, baJanceVo'r Oiejr'taod which thejrjapfi r__ V poor j II prlcea than''will'be" :op'eralioiis-conipletert in diairicl. The weather has been Ideal [and'every farmer has used ft to the 'advantage. I his work on the new assembly hall _.__ been laid off.during Reeding but jflll be TCiunied within the. nest-ten If days and the bulIdicK cbtapletetl.' U s'Intention of Ihe'aiHhDritU' mile out ol of that road he builds. But when 1 assure yoii that every of lhat line is builL up to tandard of Uic C- X. R. main line "will readily 'see (hat the figurca irousht out by the Dominion govern- ment commtEaion in conuection with C. X. B. anJ G. T.1 P. tranches will ap'plj- lo' the E. D. and B. C. line, and ,he same margin of safety on the ;oTcrnm.eut's side will hold good. TbaL' disposes' effectually of the ruiiutfon cry of the Conservatives on the railway guarantee matters, Had the facts used in doing EO come 'rbm the Conservative soTGcnnient at Ottflwt." Hon. Mr." Mitchell was roundly ap- plauded [or life brilliant expose o[ .he ralsrepresentations of Mr. 3Mch- ener and his foflowers on the railway guarantee' Issue. on Ry. .Bonds.- Mr. Mitchell also dealt with the hint ol wrongdoing In connection with the sale of railway bonds over which the opposition during the last session clafmed'tbc government had. not ac- counted .for At the time the charge was made In the House by the. Conservatives, Mr. Ewlng, one of tie-Edmonton mcratiera EaiJ ot H that li'bad'been "ob'vl.otfsly' stolen." The produced the fads, and havd il completed for LLe Annual ibe.worst can-charge .Conference, to be held some ID June. r-WTicn cqmpletkedj .U be Iheiffnest-hainn the {CardKlon and 'the autlf also, -a ilitbdf i rn ;i h ei Uns; pja n t'. at This mafeea 32nd' epn'solldaled In Al- 'beiiaV beifTg the .Glcnwobd' Consoli- i5l0d DistrlcLNo. 32. with E. J. Leav- t'ftX and iCilWirtiHart- as of trustees. .Thjg r> koariJ has rpeL now'-and ?are planning for Uirce teacheri for the. ichool, year ahd'also to Install f'i ran'to run for Ibe west.end or Ihe E'ililrlct. r: In'hla famdiia .'niantfe'slo is that "there Is! aboiit the deal. The .ffansacljoii, was. clean and above he record of Ihe government s'hich it is jireimrcJ lo stand or fall m Juuo ue declared em. iliatically that ibc BUlun goveruiuyul vas not socking re-elccuon because yromUea ot whai it "accom- ilish lu the (mure. Tho rcconl of (he povcrnnieot. boih In a J ministration -nil in -legislation Is such thai ibcre s no need for Hou. Mr. reviewed (ho legislatioii vlucli had been on Hie stalule books, both (or iho farmers and iho women of tlic province. That lefiis- aiion in ihero wllh a view to beller- ng coudlLlons under ih'e people of the province live. Much ot the is the of suggestions nado by the United Formers of Al- jerla, showing thai the soverument Is close to the people of Alberta and is ready lo give Ihcm what they want 'csofar RS in ihelr power lies. Mr. ilitcheU with- the Direct Legis- lation Act, the Uciuor Act, Hie V'arni Loan Act. the Cow Dili, the Equal Franchise Act. ihe Uower Aci and oiher legislation from Ihls view poini, showing that the government is the ;overnniDnt c[ the people, of tho classes, n trulv Liberal government in deed as welf tn name. the charge thai Ihe elec- :lon had been "spiuus" ou the peoule, he could only say thai Leader Mtch- ener of ihe opposition had first man .of the last legislature _ia the Meld for re-election mad on Ihe very day iho election was announced, Mr. Michcucr had announced his :amous "mauifeslo." showing that he dad been prepared long ahead oC lime. Mr. Woolf Spceks, Martin WoolT, M.lj.A.r The "dandiil- ale.-spplie .briefly prior Lo Hon. Mr. Mitchell's address. Mr. Woolf, wbosc gift of eloquence has marked him OUL in the legislature, is. always accorded splendid welcome by a home 'aurt- last" night proved no ception. Mr. has developed wonderfully as a platform speaker during Ihe past four years. His statement of his case last night was well received by ibe audience, who eihibiled the enthusiasm put him in.' the win column on, June rlli. U'oolf gave an account of hfs slowardslnii in the past four years assuring his supporlers that liis ex- perience at Edmonton hail filtcd lilm to bu of much more service lo Ihecn In the coming legislature. He de- clared lliere was no doubl the Sifton eoverniaent ivoald be returned by a large majority and hoped "Cardslon would be represented on the, righ1 elde of ihc House. Mr- Woolf also complimented the ladles on.the intelligent interest tho] had displayed In Ihe campaign. Foi their benefit he reviewed the Dowe: Act PHrl Ihc act enfranchising Ihi women ot the" province- Opposition speaters gay these laws -cannof- h credited lo the Slttba government in particular, but he was sure the wome would show by their votes that Ihe: appreciate a government that its progrr.ssiriasss by Euch leglsla lion and woulii see that they wefd fe turnod Lo power io carry on Uic goo -Mr.. J; Hammer presided over th meeting and said the which i everywhere evident on the side Jr. Woolf was distinctly pleasing ie could see ti'.-thlng to U hut Woo by a larger majority than ever o June 7lh. During Ihc meeting solos were sun ny Mr. Cure aud Mrs. Burton, anfl'an original campaign song. "We .Woii'L let the Liberals Fall." was rendered by the CardsLon quartette lo the Luge er.Joyment of the large audience, cy. the convention will be accepted s tht first really hopeful boglnntus f Hie end oC the great question. There will uc on overwhelming de- ;re (o make It succeett; "It must, however, he remembered hat tae more earnest Ite tleslrc the more thorough will (he work f the convention nnd'. tlie longer U Us behind closed doors the better riil be the prospect oijthc final solu- :oa of what perhaps' lias beeii 'ost baffling ilio world's Mr. I.loyd George may cady bo congratulated." hbardr the is In possession the let them now ack- npwtcdge.their.To.ialake like men. Not -AfraftTef "Cnargcs. "The said Sir. Mit- fond 'of that ihe government, has refused Royal Corfinilssloris lp deal wllh such char- gea wanr you io lie- we arc afraid of InveBliga- .Commission, But In erftry Bj they, have made we j have offcredijheni freely the mach- inery of IheVHublJc Accounta Comrall- London, May 8lr Horicc-Plun- rtl, the Irish publicist, without hluiseU vLlb eUher of the olUlcal parties, has been a constant orfcc-r for Irish (HttermODl, I'xyress- c! (o the Associated (oJay (hat the co'ni'c-ntioii prfposeil y (he fog seillpuienl f the iiroblcui will bo accepted y IrJehnien'aj the fljii MaHy-hope- ul begluulng of the end ot teat ques- ou. r "It lias taken many, -fticrsllons to onvlncc lac people they can- ut govern said Sir Horace. bin oDly a few months to learn that icy camioi form a system of self- overnment for that country. 1 Xow hit these lessons tmvo heen learned do noi think li will take uiiny weeks r even days ior Irlsluiieu (o realize ic greal opportunity 'whlcli lias faJI- n to (hem ur Hie responsibility which "So tar as I can gauge 'he 'spirit aderlying ihe somewhat confused from 10.WO to arc homeless' as it result of yesterday's lire, liifurauvo the loss toss lo iurauc9 coinj-anles at JJ.CA'P.WO. Heal and" Uisur.viice men in ctmjuocliou iwUy estim- ated Imj Leen ile- This cons'.Jombly uu- tier tlio cdtllcr Winnipeg, May special dis- patch from Ottawa to the Winnipeg says: "Drastic inelliods uIH ba ;uloptcd Immediately to prevent Canadlaua of mHilary evading mlUlary service by cross tug the lutcrnntlonul Louu. dnry. An order In council he iiasa- cd and put Into effect at once uill not permit the emigration from this coun- try of men of military sgc permission of the authorities. To accomplish 11, u Is understood that a passport system will he Instl Utc -or, Irish thoushi. caused thcjtulctl A clliMU allenillls lo aleldescopic. changes.. m HrlUsh ,caye Canada- without ouc of these giving permission will be turned back at Liie border or port at which he attempts lo leave the country, it Is probable lliat a Joint flrrangemcnt will je made with ihe United States where- by each country will assist tlic oilier In conserving Us man power for mill IQTJT service. If this Is brought about those who attempt to 'leave their respective countries without permis- sion will have to run Ihe gauntlet of a double- eel of border ofticlnls." MUHRE rent Conflagration Also Causes Damage Amounting lo Three Million. ,r Atlanta. AtlMlln wont actively jTo'.vrdrbgjoday-to caro' or made the- ire that yesle'nlay and ast niglit destroyed MaO-Tfonics in seventy-five slopped inly, itter 'The dynaniHlng of ilie leauCiful residences de Leon avenue. Tbe loss was es- Imateil at 13, 000.000 hy Jlaj-or Asa Candltr) Other csUmatesi ran Capt. II. n. Poolc fornierly vcleVln ary insitcclor for Sftstatclicwaa, lias been killed in action. U was Ihe'sreatesl fire m' Atlanta's history'since Civil'war days, when 7cneral Sherman, terming the city the backbone of-the confederacy, crced ft must be properly 033 and hardships it w'as'eTen-grcat- er. for the cily General Sherman de- stroyed had only ..DeatlLule from the. hurncd areas which included -negro homes I costly residences of white' people were cared for bv the local Red Cross and the Assoclat'ed Charities. Hun- dreds .were fed last nit'Tit and today and'lodging was provided in puhllc churches, private liomes and hotels. Preparations were com- plele'd. Loday to feed -live tliousand people. CKy officials decided uo outside aid would be needed. Only one person Is known to be deatl as a result of-the-fire. Mrs, Deasle Hodges died of ahocfc after her home was destroyed. wero remarkably few. HesJdenlg ol lie burned area'fled before Ihe (James as from an invad- ing army, JJeat drove, out hundreds of pwrle who save their ;ersonal effects. Kvcry conceivable vehicle ivas pressed Into serrJce by hose-who had Lime lo save a few household .Estimates today were lhat from lo 15.COO persona am homeless as fl result of yeslenlay's In- "iirance experts estimates were that Tho Jewish Feast of VVceka will iko i7tb. coin iiouciug at tiuujuun evi'U iifi. Tho Oale ul.llm feasi Is rcckuneil rout the feast ol Tassover. Ou mul ifler the sccoud ilay of I'iisbovL-r vhkh was Sunday, Aurll Sin IhLs ear. a Bpectal btntdk'tlon ami u vary- ng formula inserted Into each vcnlug prayer, so us to count the pasa- UE Jays. Thla I'ercinony la called The Counting of tho Onier.'because during ho eiisleut-e of Tciuplu at Jorui- U-iu thu touutlng of these days, be an with (he bringlUK ut I tie ftrsi ht'uf (In Hebrew 'Oiner') of thu bar- ey linrvust, to the Tvuiple ns u 'wave- lferlng.' When the count reaches orly-niuo daya a 'week' o[ weeks, ho Keasi of yhabuoth (Wockat or Funiccost (the Greek for 'fiftieth lay') la celebrated. Clean to handle. SoW by all Drug, joists, and General KtofCfc Montreal, Hay meetings held last evening In the ani l.fctclller clubs, speeches were made in opposition to the conscription pro- posals announced iiy Sir Robert Dor- den. At tlic meeting In the l.emieuz lj s resclui'.Gn wag adopted confiaencc In Sir Wlllrlil I.aurlcr and the hope thai he would protect the rlghls of ConaiHanc 'and the Canadian constitution. Al the Letelller club It was deelileil to cell en open air mass for Thurs- day nljht and In. lie Mayor ..Martin and others lo speak against conscrip- tion. THE is the one reconunendation most men ask for, when chpottng a cigar. For more than 70 years, "DAVIS" has stood for Quality in cigar-making. "PROMOTER" cigars sold at 3 for 25c in three shapes "Blunts" "Club House" and ''Perfection" are equal to most 2 for 25c. cigars. SKIFF For Sale AT A BARGAIN A four-oarcil Lcp-Sprcali newly painted, has lic'en donntctl lo Ibu SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER, I. 0. D, E., and Is for sale, anil can lie viewed bj- phonlnE Mri. W. H. Holt, 947 Seventh Street A. S. PHONE G55 for Funds of Chapter AUCTION SALE OF Household Furniture, Smallwares, Groceries, Etc. AT WILSON'S' AUCTION 'GALLERIES SATURDAY, MAY 26th AT 2 P.M. AND AGAIN AT 7.45 IN THE EVENING The following: (IreaacrR and flUnds; morris chair; heds, com- plete; 4 couch; I lied lounge; 1 scLLce; 1 BOL fiolltl oak dlnt'ra In new 1 aoJM oak nrni chair, also 1 rocker to match, upholstcreil In iTOcartc 1 dval centre table In solid I cnlhl'n crib; 1 ficwlng nmchlRc; ecvcral odd chairs; carpel sijiiares; floor lawn rnowor; 1 fumed oak hall mirror. 3MALLWARE3: Men's end Troys' summer underwear; painters' white coals; children's drcajc'a; children's cashmere coats; child's waists; pearl ami linen billions; 1 ladlea' raincoat, nlzo GROCERIES; BlaculU; jclljee, raalclies, liaklng gotla, king aalts; pickles; fly' THE OROCERIES WILL ALL Bit S6LD IN THE EVENING. In the afttrrioort Iwlll offer for1 vale to a very row reserve bid 1 Hljh QtHit Upright Plaiw, linllh Beethoven) originally eMt and. only teen 'Jnii 3 fcw.dayi. Any one wishing i high %nit eail'and sec thli one now on'View, Any information regarding above phone. ihf airtlloiieer, 1023, MADEIN CANADA WITH THE FRUITY FLAyOR...: You can't always get i delicious fruit when you want it. But you can always get that fruit-flavored tempting gum called Adanis California Fruit Gum. CANADIAN CHEWING GUM CO.. LIMITED SHOES yourself to slippery leather, in canoe, sail boat or yacht, And, of course, I you have to have Fleet Foot Shoes for tennis, baseball, golf .and lacrosse. Fleet Foot Pumps or low shoes are the proper accompaniment of Summer apparel Fleet Foot Summer cost much thftn leather, that it real economy to wear theni. Look trim ymtrulf enJ toot moniy, by wtcrini Flttt Foot Mi 303 ;