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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta T1IK LF.TMRUinOR FRIDAY, NOYRMHKU 'J, VJ17 n FOR SALE n THIS DESIRABLE RESIDENCE FOURTEENTH STflEET S., LETHBHIDGE ONE BLOCK FROM-CAR LINE. Contains thre- rooms, den and duwnslalra: three bfd rooms and bath upitairs, linen and clolhCE clcsels. Full cement basement. Fully modern with gas. i Price cash. Balance arranged. J. HARRIS CO. BOX 531, CITV PHONE 1412 261-6 You Don't Prac- tice Ecomony lij you TVinnlpee, NOT. adopilon of "a irase schedule Tvhich would rarir Increases to praclicallj- all cn- plojes to so islo effect on tie first day ot December oE this year, whs requested by tie Federation cf Employees In a comtnunlcatiin re- ceived by the board'ol coniiol tnls mornlnB. At ihe same time a request caihc from the firemen's associa- tion, local Ko. a scucnl In- crease of per cent, for pll grades except engineers and STRONG ALLIANCE WITH U.'S. London. Xov: Stales Ambassador Walter Hines Page IE- unileii the session of the Edin- burgh Philosophical Institution, with an address on the educational sys- tem. The Earl of Hoseberrr former prua'e mlnlsler, presided. Mr, Page said that there bR more uni- versity men In the great new ican army than ever before went to bittle .for. any country. Lord Rose- berry, in thantins Lhc Ambassador for his' said lhat the sac- rifices -would, not have been too.dear- ly bought realized a heartfelt alliance, between Great Britain and Iho United States. SOUR GASSY, UPSET IN .1 If-what you just ate-Is souring _pn your stomach or IlcsMIke a lamp ot I Iea3. refusing to digest, or you belch gzs and eructate EOUF, undigested food, J or have a feeling ot.dlziinesvheirl-. taste in i mouth and stomach can I siirely set relief In five minutes. Ask TOUT pa ihe f ciianla: plainly -printed on, these Uty-cent cases ot.Paps's Diapepsln, lhen_TOU Trill understand .why. dys- peptic troubles ol all kinds nmsl go, it relieves spur, puL-oE-order or indigestion In fire mln-_ ales "Papes piapepsin" Is harmless; tastes like candy, though each dose arid prepare for assimila- tion into the blood all Ibe food yon nL, besides. It makes you go to the table .with a'- healthy 'appetite; but >snaL will pleate you most, is that 700 will feel that. your, s toma di, and intes- ilnes are clean and fresh; and 700 will need lo laxatives or liver 'pills for blJioDsnesa or "constipation. This" .'city; TrtH have many "Pape'a DUpepsIn" cranks, as.some people, Trill call them, bat you Trill be enthusiastic 'about this splendid stomach .prepara- tion, loo, if you for.indl- 3 icstlon, 'dyspepsia, or" any Get BOMB now, and rM yourself of. stomach misery- arid lodl iwtlon In live' RETURNED MEN AS- ENUMERATORS TVinnipeSi. NOT. Loctc, retaraea officer for the Dominion election in South "Winalpes, anjipu ed-this that he u appointing iu lhat constituency (pt whom tbere Trill be about 50) only returned soldiers. He has asked the treat War Veterans and the Army vaTy Veterans eaoh to turn him halt the nnmber. The rrork will probably bedn neit week. EXEMPTION AT SYDNEY S.r ,Xov. 920 men examined under the military service act ID the past fifteen days, 450 were in the "A" das3. Exemption claims total 300. JEight racii signified their to-serve. v ThLs i3 the en'-rance to Canada's trousers place where mill- ions ot dollars worth cf gold ani secur.Ifes are kept. It lies-.In a quiet part of the "East Block" In Olleyra, guarded day and night by the Domimen policemen. This is "where your dollars, which you will lend Canada in re- turn forra Victory Bond, be kept until required by the Finimco Min- ister. cs( of Canada and the empire. .Hon. N.'W. Resell and Hou. Frank Carvcll Kill speak (his alternoon DS well as tonight. Gen. Mewburn Speaksr-Strong Resolution Is Passed in Sup port Govi.. Wlanlpeg. r. The Winnipeg board of trade last night sent the IclloTTing night lettergram Ho Sir Henry -DraylonJ ctialr'man LiOjL; the hoard oC' railway .cpnfniisslOBers at llawa; to which a. reply .was.'iecclv- Hamilton, Nov._ all parts o[ the province came unionist Liberals, mea and women, today to gather -here in convention. T ilewbura, minister- of mil- ilia, is to mE-ke Iiis firsL-speqch. since his appoint n3t ss mlhislcr at the______ big meetins .unighU .Other speakers ihis'morning from Doyd lUted are Hon. X- W. HowcII, Hon. chairman of the board of grain super- JYanfc Carrell and Fred Pardee. this morning's organization meeting was-called-, lo order .by .Sir John ever 200. deviates were !ii attendance. G. C. Lindsay, K. jaie siepa be laten to Jncreaee or Toronto, cbalrinaii jmovement to Jake .frpnt '.'Consider it advisable that and; Alexander. SJLuarL _o retary. f Gue_Iph, sec- The folloirlcg resolution's are to be dealt with this afternoon: That In -rlew oi the of million half-'per ;ilay cannot be receipts now'Sev- eral hundred thousand bushels, shorl of requirements, car lospcctions pas! position of the war and the necessi-ln dVys amouniinE to only lies ot the empire, we 1 or averase. ol 03S cars; per day ves In favor of Ih2 .sntorcement o[ 'of alt erain, and'of 763" cars of wheat the military -crrlce act passed at the indlcallDff deplorable lack_ot railway last session of parliament and In .ad- service at the tlriie "of'greatest need dltion the con'acriptlon o[ the and productive forces of-Canada so ,as to organize.Ihe rhateriaj- esburces oi the'Dominion; lo sup- port tie farces In Hie field and as- ;1st la carrring tho financial bur- dens which arc enlalled by.lhe vig- M MINES IDLE. Plttsbnrg, KanaB3, Nov. 2. t-Thlrtjr-cIgbt mines of the Kansas coal, are iule lo-. due lo a strike of miners because the agreement reach- ,ed at Kansas City lo be efrec- yeslieTday was dlaappror- 'ed by the federal fuel admin- istration., -Production affected amonnta to between and tons daily. 9 0 Ladies; Why not have your Coats and Costumes Made to Your Measure? Mr. Bernard has recently come from New York to take charge of oiu- ladies' tailoring lie is an ex- pert designer 'anil cutter, We have 'an excellent j f. i range of from wbich to select. Why not c' yoinV; inadc to our me wiire; They cost no more and they ahd hai e 3Lbetter- Mi F.THAELL 608 THIRD oro-js prosecution at Ibe to whereas Hie notice calllos Ihla convcnlloB yras sent out un- on fiOTcrnment bas In Liberals throughout Ilio Do- minion have Joined, this convsnllon recording Its belief thai the. forma- tion of a union sorernmeol" for the duration of Ihe war was.highly, desir- able and In iht test-Interest's of Can- ada and believing thereby ,-thiir the share of Canada In the conduct of the present'World war would be beat served in Ibe government of. the country most effectively and satis- factory carried on' diirlrjg the.perlofl of the war. eiiiressea Us approve! of Hie actions of the Liberal members oJ the presonL -inion 'goTernineaL in mterlng same. 'this convention pledges Us Bupport to anr candidate supporting the mlon government, who be Lbe nominee or choice of a; joint or fusion convention called In pursuance of'a conferBnce ol Liberals.'.a'nd Con- sertalivcB In anv" ac- cordance with .the policy ol the union goveroment.. A Hamilton vrln-the-war conilatlne of Lieut. Col. McCullough, Irwlh.-Miirtln nnd J. R., Wtlls present- ed -the 'resolution pasied at the pro- vincial convention In Toronto In "October to the effect thai the, league tvas pleased lo see lhat the organizing with "Furthermore, .there is congestion at many points on n west due lo :hongb many cars on this road have been in .transit monll or more, 'lhus! Suggest Immediate invebligatlon o these condltlonc by Voor board, am if deemed advisable Grand Trunk Pacllic and Canadian Tacllb be vied to relieve silualfoh on 'Canadian Nor tiieni. (Slgneil) "A: K. "Prcjldent Winnipeg Boaril of Trade Sioux Kalla.'S. D., Mov. sentences ranging from one year an n day lo two years vrere Imposed o Iwcnty-slx German Socialists, convlc ed here last for cdnsplfing t distract tic selecllv ciiraft, in fcdcr court today by .ludgc Youmans.J Fines ranging to 5J.OO w.crc assessed 'against the ,rnnd even more serjoifo cKcaf trouble. A box of Ftps from tbe dtogglit now may foot CKtpf Item Hukboso colt iilUck of brorc-.hldj, J'A1I'dcM'cM, Me. Loii sit rut nrt ;