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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TIllIHSDAY. NOVEMW'Ut 1, 1017 TUB rJTnmuna: DAILY IIKHALD PAGE FIVE jSifton Gets 'Hat Nomination Amid Greatest Enthusiasm Autumn and Winter Men's Clothes made by "Fashion-Craft" are the last word In correct dress. STYLES produced to suit all occasions L. KEEL LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA Medicine Hal. Oct. perfect and great enthusiasm. Lib- erals and Conservatives ot Medicine Hal fod era I vo no j port during iho ncfioiiations. Such lunger Conservatives and Liberals, hut unions cannot ba brought nuout -with- Canadians." KaeJi seemed to vie lout sacrifices. In Ilritain public with the other lo sec which could J men liad. s aerified! much in uniting show greater spirit of unity, and in under ABquilli .anil Uoyd George, bu lo the" coming moni- Lcr Tor Medlrlne Hat. lu accepting the nomination "In the in which II was Mr. Ellt- on delivered a forceful and cluiiufiit speech of- the highest patriotic senti- ments. After comparing the situation Hiat of fitly years ngo, -when men of strong political differences sleep. A 10-ccnl box from any store means a clear head, sweet stout- and clean, healthy liver and bowel action for mouths. Children love dis- cards because they never gripe or At Auction Rooms IMPORTANT Owing' to the Enormous Consign- ment of Goods Sent in Tor tliis Week's Auction I will con-, tiuiH- (In- Kale'Commencing- :it Friday, on iSiidinluy af 2.30 p.m. TWO BIG AUCTIONS F1UDAY AT 10.150 SATURDAY AT 2.30 Frank WmliliiiK'lon, tlic Auctioiieei1 they TccoBiiizfu their duty to Lhc na- tion and to democracy and made the ct! and Koulli Africa, Australia in the United States. The Biggest Business S pea klu 5 of the charge that the new SOVTrnmenl ivas forniciJ in the inter- ests of Mr. lUichanan hitler personal enmity joined in un Ion government lo brlnjj Qhoul canted- j Canada was, winning cratfon and showed llial political dlf- It wore eatablisheil for the benefit of Terences must be sunk if'llie prcscntUcy other huslnest he would not eltuation is to be met, he told of the'support It for ope minute. Ollaiv.i. Nov. hoards of conciliation, unjcr Ihe Industrial Dis- putes Act, Inve hcbn established by T, Crolhers, minister of] The first, which will deal with Ihe dispute between (lie .Michigan Cen- tral Hallway Company and Its train- men. comprises J. G. Wallace, of Woodstock, rhainiiau; T, Jl. Malcora- son, superintendent of the Toronto, Hamilton and Uuffalo Ilailway. for the aid it -wan. as the Me business ofi aild Janws Murdoch, of winning the war. but if rcprcsenllng the men. The second will handle lie differences bc- Arthur SLIpbuildlns on an Ice Floe- Bovril saves life of Shackleton's Men SIR EKXIIST SHACKLETON "When tlie Encliiiincc sank in the Weddell Sea, we hid to seek refuse DEI the shifting ice. Most of Che stores had to he scrapped, us chc avoidance of weight vyas of great im- ponahcc'.'' It was tlfcn chat (he JJovril rations 'were of such splehdid During our fjve and a-half diift on" Hoc, Hie Bovril mtions forrnedonc of the staple dicls; and after the ice broke up, and we took to the boais, Chey were our mainstay. I think it is not (oo much to say (hit wilhout theui( if any of us, would have survived." In ffiite of -increase in tfii cost- of Beff-.: raw matctiat of Bovrit) fnerc Aai tiren no increaic :n the price of Board during ihe War. Botly-buiiding poive; s of Bovril proved Jo-- be from 10 tV 28 times the amount taken Calgary. Nor. steps will be immediately lalien in Che case of men ivho, after ncllficd by neglsfrar Carson, have failed to undergo their medical examination is Instanced by the fact that the mobilization board has forwarded lo the registrar B list of men.who liave failed In In an appearance. Tlic D. O. C. of Military )lstrict No. 13 has nlso been noOfied. 'he list conlalns the names of len who have ciceedcd their time rait for reporting for medical service, ud, Che Canadian Press correspond- nt understands, that no ttmo be ost iu dealing wiUi lien re liable to a fine not exceeding }20u, r a fine and Imprisonment. v IJhilprJ MEETING A mectins of the Liberal and Conservative executives of the Federal .tiding ot J-etlibrJflge has lieen called to take place In. tlic [board orirailc hulldfnt', Lcllibridge on1" Monday next, Novemb'ei1 5th tit to discuss tlic local nolitfc.'i! sfluatiou. o v Next War Loan IT is the duty of every citizen, who is able to do so, to sub- scribe to CANADA'S next War Loan. As soon as the Government issues the loan every branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will be ready lo accept subscrip- tions and make no charge lor its. services. -_, TO WAGE EARNERS JHIS Bank will be-prepared to make advances lo you on favourable terms (or the purchase of thfc next War Loan, How much will this enable you lo subscribe' for? THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE MAY HALT HARnOR: REPAIRS twecn (he Company odd flB'cmpIoyeca. It is made un of Sir Frederick Murray, of Port llrthur. cbairjnau; Alderman W. liar- risen, Port Arllmr, for the company, and W.' X.- Welsh, also of Porl Arthur. for the men. The third board, which will inriutrc Imo the dispute between .he Canadian Pacific Railway and its 'rcight handlers at Vancouver, of Hon. J. S. Murphy, chair- man; li. James, representing i-.c com- pany, and YJcior R. MldgeJy, for Uic men. all ol Vancouver. The minister lias received an cation from the employees or tho Ot- i lawa Electric company Tor a. hoard of conciliation lo net in Iho dispute he- tweenHtiom and the company. H, H.-DEWART MIGHT TAKE LEADERSHIP "Winnipeg, NOT. .Sudbun'i Onl., correspondent of the f-'rec Press says: "Astom'Ehint; reyalations respcctlnE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JESSE L. LASKY, PRESENTS Kathlyn Williams AND Wallace Reid IN "Big .Timber" Good Also Other Pictures ARTCRAFT PICTURES- CORPORA- TION PRESENTS Mary Pickford IN "The Little American" A Thrlllln Photo Drama of Great Pa'.l.'ol'c Appeal, PerrarrpanMS ,-r S.15, 9.45 This is Kiss Pickford't Grcairst Screen Triumph. DonTt It- Xdmission 25c and 15c. PorC Arthur, Nov. ley H. Dewart, of Toronto, in an in- terview here expressed himself as he harbor Improvements during (lie I Tlndal accompapleil by p.eripil pt Cho war. llr. Carvelt reprcsenlalives.. in Toronto tomorrow, and. will bel sn mspecllqn of Che farm, railed oil liy the mayor nrirt eoun- j Hon. -M.r McPherEon excuswC. tho aslt for reconsiacriition officers oml uuards and asken Cho if the mailer.' prlsoncfa Co lei] the story of lliclr treatment. The. Steinway Piano Is recognized as the World's BEST. The Nordhelmar Is 36 Eoclated with the Sicinway In Canada nnd must compare fav- orably to hold this close assoc- iation.. :We are" direct nrjents'far both .o' thssc pianos.' Come, and see us. AssiJiiboin Music Co.; ''Everything Musical'1 6lh St. S. Lsthbridge Your Overseas Christmas Parcel Should Contain. .in The men claimed thnt a steel machine upnn Che iireiniacs, ,Co which "men are fastened ansl flogged I for Ihe slighlcsl offences. One man said he fastened to the machine ami hanging by his .wrists, as he v.'aa r.oC tall enough to reach Ute floor .wllli his feet. j ".lien, H iv.is have been fast- ened to posts in Ihe dormitory with their the iiosl and trials Innslcnffed and lefl" there for inany hours. "TIio men haii been flogged In some cases sialci! U .-.vns for trying to run nwnjr. Ashed why 'they tried to escape, lhc> rcijlicd, 'bail rood, heavy I work nnil Che (jenoral treatment.' 1 "Theto Is a rasl dltfcrencc of opin- ion between the officials' statements and those or ihe prisoners. 11 wns denied that any men lind beon lieiten up by nn official. Oho inan. 11 is slad, was shoe by a gnnrrt wlCh n revolver .He was trying to czcape. "llr. Mcl'hcrson" ilvomlacd Che full cst Investigation.1' I SKEENA CANDIDATF. Vancouver, Jlerrl- HelO of Prince Ituncrt, nominated by (ha CanservflMves 'of Skecna clfstHct n3 candldntc for the federal contest, has withdrawn ln; favor ot. Licui.-Cui. Pcch, a relnrncd soldtor. The Razor thai sharpens Its own blades auto.matlcally. DRAYING 0! All Kinds WesternTransferCo, Limited P. R. Freiaht Entdi PHONES 1IC3 Sables 1054 THE INTERNATIONALLY FAMOUS COMEDIAN (IS THA1 A FACT) ANC HIS SUNSHINE GIRLS, IN A FURIOUSLY FUNNY. JOY PLAY IN TWO BREEZES.. Popular Prices-----........ 50c 75c SEATS NOW SELLING Prices lOc and 25c Butterfly Preterit Mlgnon Anderson and Leo PJenon In' "A WIFE ON TRIM and "Uncle Sam Afloat and Two Heeli and "The Purple' fs f? -I" 500 OILMEN OUT. Houston, Tfycaa, Accrtrdlns to strike leaders lierc nearly workmen Jn sixteen oil proilucJnR (Eelda of v TCsaa nnd. wont out at mlilnlghl Wcahcsday and at 7- o'clock Thursday morning. General strike hend- qunrtCTs said official nollfl- calldn liad been received llwt every union went oul. WE SAVE YOU MONEY! ON WfflfilNG FDR YOURSEUf FAMJLV HENNESEYi WILSON NORTH LETHBRIOGE MAJESTIC ONLY Fri. Nov. 2nd TOMOUKQW NIGHT AT 8.30 GRAND CONCERT' The Hollinshead Co. 1 REOFERN HOLUNSHEAD CANADAS GREATEST.TENOR 1 HAROLD HOLLINSHEAD. BARITONE AND ELOCUTIONIST GERALD V.OOHE, BOY PIANIST Prices ?1.00; 75c, 50c i: Seats telling now at box office. HOLLINSHEAD PPRESC I TONIGHT LAST'TIME fcr ...s BU4HMAN 'AND Ik] LAST'TIME ffc- L ;