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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 30.1917 THE LETHBhlDGK DATL1 HERALD PAGE SF.VEN APPLES, ORANGES, FIGS IND PK to Fw Fnfo Had li Wdii.'Wa-lIm "FnUIT-A-'TlYES" U the onljr nedicine In tho world tint la lowle- from Uie juices of fresh Thus, It Is mainfwlly unfair to say, "I take Frull-a-liTCS because 1 tried other remedies aud they did ma no On Hie oilier liand, the flct tliat "Frnil-a-lives" a entirely Jifffi'mt fiaM any olktrfrrfaial'o" in Iht uvrtd, is Just why you should she it a [iir trial j in any trouble of Iho Stomacli, Liver, Bowels, KIdnbya or Skill. "Fruit-a- mm NEEDED Mrs. Allan E. You'.E of Macleod. Is visiting her Bister. Mrs. H. J. Crooks. the workmen were eu declared, that .It Btcnied Impossible I Mr. and Mrs. w. A. Murray ol Port- in bMin Iho industrial wheels golnK hand. Ore., who have been Ihe euests fffriiilaml Utifnilcslntnt Ionic CMI tiKmtnl. We. a bci, C Atalldcalersorsenlposliiaiil ky Fniil-a.UYti Limited, Ottawa, District News BLAIKMOU13 (From tho Enterprise) Thi Domains of Ihe late II, Ryan Here brouEhl back lo 1'lHcresl by Sundry- morning's train and Interment look placa al thp Jilllcrest cemetery on Sunday afternoon when Itov. W. T. foung, of Frank and A. J. I.nw, at BeUovuc, outdated. Tho funeral vas largely attended. The deceased was widely known throughout this district, and the news of his sudden demise cnmc'as a shock.'. He was III Imt "a ahorl lime, and dte'd following nu operation on" the brain. Rev. Mr. who ofl'lqlalcri hi Ihe. local Unloii. church for Ihe 'past two Sundays, left for Kdmonton on Monday night. .Tlie local pulpit will be occupied for the ncil four Sundays liy Rev. Mr. Kulton. of Edmonton. An Impressive memorial service vas held at (lie Methodist church, Frank, on Sunday night last, when Kcv. W. T. Young paid a high tri- bute to Uio Into Pto. E. E. Blals. large congregation was present. large gang of men were lafcon on st Mcl.aren's mill this week, getting tilings In readiness lor Ihe season's sawing operations. The members of Dlairmorc. Lodge will decorate graves of deceased Odd fellows'nt the nlalrmoro cemetery on the nflernoon of Sunday, Juno 10. 1-onilon, .lay 09 Industrial crisis lu HUB- ib II'EO acute tbat, according the minister or finance. Al. BLInsn'otf. only n mlraclo can save Ito country from economic rulii. The demands ol the workmen were 'fo'cnoiuious, lio lo keep tho Industrial .wheels lor any great ot lime. The socialist ministers al a recent ministerial council said that tho only possibility they Baw.ol willing the difficulties was lo brlns lh> war to a. close. Xollher the coalition cablnel nor he newly anpolnlcil commission to regulate Ihc difficulties between capital und labor has yet found a way lo saltlo Uie Industrial crisis. Cloir Within Few Months. Au investlgallon of factory condi- tions In.Polrograd leads lo Ihe con- clusion lhal unless Uie sovernmcnl soon finds u mean's of adjusting the difficulties most industrial enterprises working for national defense must close wtihlu a few monllis. An Investigation shows Ibal virtual- ly Ihc same difficulties prpvall In all the big factories fn Kglrograd and ap- parently authenticated reports from the Moscow, anil dlstiicts Indicate gcne'ral disorganisation. In many of Iho factories demands of the woiklng men for increased' wages are greater than tlio entlro profits of the MILADI 2 PHONE 1224- Tag day In Toronto for tbo Hed Cross brouglit factories. Tbe workmen we virtual- Iv In commanil and all business has lo be submlllcd to Ihem for approval. in a majority of cases have hcen' Increased from 100 io 150 per cut. but lucre has been no advance u prices of Ihc output. 1 Enormous Sum Dcrnanded. In one of the works In- Pctrograd OQ workmen recently demanded.lhe mmc'dlalc payment of cover an increase of 15 kopecs an hour for eacli workman' since the of Ihe Tlie directors communi- cated with the government .and askeil ,o placed under arresl Vs protec- tion against Ihreals (of .Hie workmen. An eight-hour day1 hn.s''become ef- fective in all'the factories.I Accord- Ing lo the estimate of a leading man- ufacturer, the ouipuV ot' these (ac lories has suffered aa( avpragc dc crease of 40 pefl cent. since the revolution Working Capital It Needed. Not only have, tlie prices of prod ucls not met the advance In wages but payment has been so slow tha Industry Is In urgent need of worK Ing capital. The dealers find il dlf I'te.- Hoherl Ualrd, of the ISlh llattery. was down from Cal gary.. for a few days Ihl3 week on a vlalt lo his parents and sister al Frank, pribr.ilo leaving- for overseas. land. Ore., who have been Ihe _ of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. 1'arfons, havo relumed home. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Asiiley. Ilolsse- valn. Man., announce tho engagement of their daughter, Ccclle. lo tho Itev. Thomas Fenwlck Lund, of Iho Confeieucc- Thu marrliee liliice hi Calgary early In'June, The Mnjor Jack Iloss Chapter. IO D.K.. Is holding a Rose Day noil Sat- urday, June 2nd. when roses made bj the crippled children of Toronto wll be sold. The proceeds will be used for the patriotic work of the chapter a percentage going to the Veterans homo and !o the war orphans of Ihc The ninety-four loavca entered In the lluilfion'a Hay company's bread contest were sold yesterday afternoon uy Ilie Council ol Women al UIB Hudson's Hay, when Ihe sum of was realized. Mra. Sherlock was In ihnrge of Ihe sale representing the Ivlc club and was assisted by Mrs. rcen [rom the Knol Ladles' Aid, Mrs. Ivlngslonc from Wesley Ladles' Aid, Irs. N'ccils from the Central W.C.T.U. nd Miss Tillcy from Ihe Nursing Mis. Ion. The three prize loaves were auc- oned off by Mrs. G, W. Robinson, prc- Iilcnl ot Ibo Local Council, Mrs. Slier- ock and Miss Tilley. Tho Travellers' Aid commlllee musl Oliver collecllou ol soap coupons Mre. C. few days Jamleaon is spending Medklnc Hal ycltli her (From the Advocate-. Conditions througnoiiL tlie district EpUndUl and farmers say IhaL they geltlng just the Hind of weather they want. Rain has been falling more or hist .ever since Saturday, but the fall ha'a not been heavy. Seeding op- erations .liave had to be suspended, bu( as there is very Hltle romalm'tiE to be done U la not causing very much During the unusual liot days o the lloyal Crown Sonp Co. by Juno 4th. Tlioso having Royal Crown or Golden West coupons arc asked to sslst In this work by sending thetn u 31S Sherlock Building before the aliovc mcnlioncd date. This protec- Ivo aid Is free to any Iravcller Irre spccUve of race, creed, or sei, nnd as such, should have Uic Euppbrl o all our cilizens. By saving Roya or Golden West coupons Cor the Travellers1 Aid eoinmUteo every per son can lend a helping hand. UiolLcr, Mrs. Toiter. .fon of the Hene- leans will meet at her home, 1310 Till avenue eoulb, loaiorruw nlsUT. ui o'clock. 'For tho first ttmi- In the hlslory ol RIdeau Hall. Otiaiva, a marriage was held from the Mstorit- old vice refial anJ ft was JUtJiur lliat Ibc auspicious event should laKe place on Victoria Jay. 11 was in C'brlsi church cathedral that the marriage was sol- emnized of Lady .Mary Cecilia Ilho- desla Hamilton, ehleul ilauRlttcr of the dultc and duchese of Alert-cm (cous- ins of her excellency Uio duchess of to Capl. noucrl Orlando Rodolph Keuyon-Slaney, only son of i Ihe'lato Colonel the Ilighl Hon. W. Kenyon-Slancy and I-ady Mabel Kcn- yoa-Slauc.v. Tlie brjile, who Is tall, graceful and ifllr of face, was Kreaily ndmlred In hor. vrcddEng robe, slinky Uc-slgned of rich white safln c IKK tie with, long train ant] poarl She wore a nei veil daitiiy wrcatli of orange Wosyopis ami rled a vellum hound prayer book. ULUSKI- -MAIIRIOTT On Monday, May 2LEt, at Knos church, Hev. W. F. tlums united In marrlBEC Mr. John Dluskl of Travers, and Mre. Margiieritc Marriott, of Leth- hridge. Miss Mary E. Cameron and MISS Dorcas Kcllcy were the witness- Winners read Isl. Mrs. J. Atldie. No. in Gold 2nd Mrs..J. J. CaiiHTOn. .No. IS1SS...............SIO.DO iiiGohl Si-d Mrs. A. J. SclileilVr. No. in liolil Wo. extend our to the winners uml our IliiinUs (o :ill imrlifiiiuted in Hie contest. ______., At the home ol the- bride's mother Ahnls S. Shannon, willow of Hie late John Sharnian. the marriage of her youngest daughter, Elizabeth Skid more lo Charles Lester of Helena. Montana, was quietly sol- emnized this morning, Hev. K. Burns officiating. Mr. and Mrs. McKcl- vy left on the early train for Helena. Mont., where they will reside. "Seal of Quality" Flour Makes "Quality" Bread Recently In Ilie House of Commons Mr. J. B.' Armstrong Lainbton) moved: "That, In the opinion ot this House. It is of great Iniporlance that Ilie in- creased and inercasine (Jemand for fuel for manufacturing anil residential purposes be cupplled in larger QuanU tics and at cheaper rates than are now posslolc; tlial the ot Iritumin flcull lo horrow money, as the bank nro not eager lo exlcnd credit Lo fac lories which arc In coulrol of tem liorary workmen's committees. As result some of the factories, accori ng to this committee, will be com pcllcu-lo close wllhin a month. An ironical feature of the diffleu tics confronting .the directors Is. th facl tbal although suffering serious loss they do not dare to-.closo Ihe establishments owing to. threats of bodily and material vengeance. Far Exceed Profits. President Kuller of (he unloa .of Irade'and Industry attended a con- ference ol tlio council of ministers and laid hcforc 11 figures showing thai the demands ol the workmen of Iho Doncls and Ural districts far ex- l.ondon, May The test o! the British announcement of Ihc torpedo- Ing of the hospltalctlilp Dover Castle and. the loss of the armed merchant cruiser and destroyer "Hl3 .Majesty's hospital ship Dover Castle was torpedoes' without warn: Ing at C.30 o'clock on Saturday In the .Mediterranean. Al 6.30 she wirNSgaln torpedoed and subsequently fimnk. The whole number of hospital patients and bospilal staff were safely trans- TrecedinE Ihe rain the eraln grew rap-1 cceded the profits which any concern Idly, and now It will have lime lo lake nonc io and that lac- 1-eller croft. The outlook Is every could operate under present as bright as It was this time last year, conditions for only a limited time. II. T. Steed, of Lake McGregor, who recently .'sold 'his farm In tbal dls- tricl. Icfl on Friday night for Victoria, D. C., -where be .will reside. Gordon flniiTia, a. former Lomond hoy aud proprietor of Iho Central Gar- age, has been wounded on the firing line (n France. Ho lias been In an English hosidial for about a month and' expects to bo hack In Hie field again before long. Died 'suddenly on May ISih; Joseph Michael Sullivan, aged 15 years. Tho deceased who was born In Hendnim, Minn., resided with his mother on their farm near Klrkcaldy. The fun- eral tooX place on Sunday, May 20th, Father Smith offlcfaltnB. The louse divid- ed lodar on Oliver's tariff amendments t6''fti'B tutlget proposal calling for a general reiliictlon of the tariff, an increasfl'in the British pre- ference of 50 pet cent o[ the General tariff, free agricultural 'implements, etc., and reciprocal free trade la food products. The proposals were voted dowD on. a division ol Oa to 33. a gov- ernment majority1 of 27. It was a ships and- the with the exceplli s- :j-7ch, w there Ions "His uniiLLioiis iur uuiy a uiuiivn Can't Meet Exorbitant Demands, In some ef the work's., according to the statement of a representative of llio union, the owners declfled to cede all the profits to the workmen, 'but oven this did noi'mcet Iheir exorbi- tant demands. Tlie demands In the southern Hua- slan factories amount' to; Tiihlca, v 1 with his partv In regard to Iwo ol.Uic mi and anthracite coal in Canada ocaled In UIB extreme eafilern nni vcstcro portions thereof, be more! fully and thoroughly utilized for the jenenl of HID residents of tlie central irovinces; that the enormous peat and ignite deposits EO widely distributed .hro'ugh" all portions of Ihc Dominion je also scientifically made UBC .of for [he. same further that the Government ol Canada make a special effort, through.legislation ar.d other- wise, to have Ihese valuable deposits more'fully, and; rapidly developed lo the end that the people of Canada may he adequately supplied with these fuels for industrial and residential purposes." In tbo discussion on this rasslulior.- Hansard reports ,W. A. Buchanan, M. P., as'saylhg: resolution moved by Ihe member for Ecsl Lnmbton (Mr. J. is ot considerable Interest' lo' the' 'part' of Canada' from which 1 'come'. Tula House may be sur- p'riscd lo know that the' province of Alberfa" has" the" greatest coal resourc- es of any province In indeed, its. coil resources are very much greater than those oC British Colum- bia or Nova -provinces whose production ranks next to tbal of Alberta. II is" oslimalcd in the re- port of the Department of Mines that Alberta's .coal.' resources- amount lo business has been overdone, and L do lot know of any very large dividends be-ins paid liy any i-qal ralnius markci all the year round; production .bo Increased, and steady em ploymohl. would -ho. RBBMOII. Uncer ainty of omploymenl'ia" one of the llflic'.litles experienced In the mine of Iho West. At prcacnt we have M very serious strike In all Ihe mines of llrltUh' Columbia. I havo n wire to- night trom .Ijcllibrlilgo Btntlng thai the coal slluatlon Is extremely serious and rany affect some of tbe railroads In .Western Canada bccauso coal has nol been stor- ed lo meet Iho urgent ilemnnds being made nt present. We have these dim- culilen froro llmo'lo lime. II It wcro possible lo carry out the idea that the member for East Lambton hns In mlnil and lo find n' market for Ihc coal throughout various parts of Cnn nda, It' would be of grcnt ssslslnnco lo the ronl Industry In Western Can nda and.'-l nssnmc, In other parts ol Iho .Dominion ns well. Ilrtt t am not very confident' lhal can he done Tho only that can be hoped for In'connecllnnrwltli Ihc domestic! roal raining industry ori H a rapld.aovelopmpnt of Iho West ao lhal Iho conaumpllon of coal will increase iiunctanliyfor Ihe operallon ol more'mines nrtd Ihc production of moro coal. .In my part of Ibe counlry A Blmple coat frock of dark blue die cofll mining business baa not been I gabardine, 'nraldccl with black. The who hnVb Invested and muft are ol Kolinsky, IB It la totuc cases Ilie coal mining I "Johivi, too, tnl going to scrap some old install. new. and make my workshop efficient." "Yes? And new equipment7" "A gas range