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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta rim LETimRinr.E bAit.v NOVEMBER 7, 1'JIY School Teachers of Three Inspectorates Convene Here t manal convention ot the teach- ence on Canadian Standard Efficiency ot South Albcrta; Including the .'UUibrtdge, Macleod and Foremost In- will be held In this dty K Kov. S and 9. 11 Is cipecled that i very large number ot teachers will it'tend tills convention as li is the Jrst time the lnree Inspectorates jave niet In convention. The prlnclppj out-of-towa speakers "irtll be Dr. E. W. Cotlin ol Calgary lora'a! school; J. S. Cameron, Cal- jary! and J. T. Storey ol the C.S.E.T. tonventloa. Dean A. E. ot the igrlcnltural colleea will address tie loavemiou on Thursday la- lieaa ol A. S. O'.iswjL1. has cone to France on military service. The evening meeting In Central scbool ludllorlum will bo open to (he public. The following Is the program lor the convention: Tbunday, November Eth 9.30 and handing In railway certificates; "0 Invocation, Rev- W. F. Burns; presi- dent's address. R. H. Dobsou M.A., hlsh school: palrloilc songs. Central Bcbool pupils under Miss B. Eharmin. Westminster icbdo) pupils under Miss 0. Bateman; Address, leader from Boys' Center- Tests. S nud ioicrmedlite section tin manual training Rural ecnool In operation, -AJr. J. A. Davidson, Cenlral Sirs. RIcnes, Westminster school; discus- sion on rural echool problems. Senior eectlon tin Ceclral Consoli- dated or district high school prob- lems. It. J. Uould. Coaldale Consoli- dated school; discussion, leader, A. J. Kelly, BelleTua; science In the hlsb school- VT. Crawford MA.. brldge high scbool; discussion, leader. Insfecior J. Hodgson B.A. S.15 Bien Howes; reception of delegates and social ga- thering, provided by school board and teadicrs ol the ciiy ol Friday, November 9th P pension scheme, J. S. Calgary, representa- tive of Alberta Educational associa- tion: dlscuisloo and quettlonalre; honie gardening vs. school gardening. Golden Cardslon school; dis- cussion on gardening; address, suring Dr. E. W. Colflo, principal Normal school, Calgary. 2 on "Tha Convention Dr. E. W. Coffin; question box; business meeting and election ol offi- cers. ( flHIM Klil'XT I'lOll storming Monte Monlo Ko- keuk, SsbDtlao and llfriuailii. The soldiers sreal contldeuce In Cs- One eleoienl ot tho Caiiorns line Is thai tho soldiers are already learning to withstand the German oieibodj ol (Ijhllog whlrh are different from thoso ot the U was neces- PORSHIP OF "GOOSE OUR IN" naTfe heea the queslions as lo "ILa'aulhorslilp of Ibe added verso to lie national iothera, "God Save Our Men." The I'rce Press ol Winnipeg tia's recently taken the mailer up, end It will be interests to Letabrldca peajplc lo know that the author, lyno has. been discovered to be an Irish- woman. JSrs. A. Hlennerliassett ot Ballvfecby, County Kerry. Ireland, Is m cousin of SapL Pennyfather. of the Mounted Police here. Mrs. Dlenner- basscll Is the only daus'aler ol the late Knight of Glln Ute. present knight FERI FALLS OFF (Sptcltl 16 the Herald) Femle, Nov. fjth.The- monthly re- port of Secretary Ctimmingj, of th' Amalgamated Palrlotlc fund for it FEU Hi Utter Taking Only One Boi Ot jry tor the troops nho In uered the Turks by bayonet charges, he Italians being without artillery of ny kind, eveu machine guns, to learn low to conquer Ihe Axistrlans. Now hey must learu the German way. The Italians havo a great advantage i mountain fithttag over the Ger- mans. Rapid Strides In Air Service Gen. Cadorna's lino Is being streng- hened by luo surprising activity ol airplanes, nolably the JTaprouU. In constructing which lUiy h" made rapid strides. Italian officers havo nslsted to tha correspondent 03 ttey lave Insisted for'lhe past year, thai United Stales must furnish more and more artillery, but that partic- ularly she must furnish aviators and airplanes. They say Italy haa a suvembuudcnce of .troops, but never has had enousu airplanes, which Ihey bcllevo will prove the key to future warfare, whether It Is of resistance or aggression. They assert that the United States therefore will do tar better for her allies by furnishing air- SUIT lUamn, N, S. "It [J with great pleasure Ikit I write lo tell you of the tenrjilt 1 Imo leceived from taking "Fruit-a- "or ycirs, I was a drwOtul sufferer from Constipation fffcj- ecfies, and 1 wis miserable in etery way. Nothing in the way ofiiodicines seemed to help me. Then I finally tried "Fruit-a-lives" anil Iho oiTeet was splendid. After Uking one box, I feel like i person, to hive relief from those, sickening MCJ. MARTHA DEWOLFE. 60o. bol, 6 trill J'ue, ?oo. Al all dealtn or stnk pottpsia by Frulfc i-tivea Umiled. Otlawm. TKOK' FnoST PAQB) IlrEt step to Birange for tlio nomlna- tlou or B union government candidate Sere tonight when It WBS decided lo bold a convention, representatives ol nil Interests on Wednesday, Nov. U. presldnnl ol the Federation ol labor dubs, tbts clly. was uomlnaled last night as Iho labor candidate lu Ho- chelaja division. Tanciede Morcll Is running In llochehga, ant) thtro will othe-i In the lield. iBClutliue a Lau- rler caudldate uot yet nominated. Melghen by Acclamation Winnipeg. Nov. 7.-A Porlasa I-s Prairie despatch to the Winnipeg Telegram sayi: "It Is practically certain lhai Hon. Arthur Melgbeu will be clecte'l by ac- clamation la Porlage roiisllluency. At meeting of Iho committee appointed by Ihe Independent electors of the riding. J. S. Wood, sralu grower, who In June last was selected as ihalr candidate for the forthcoming federal election, formally announced Ills with- 'dravral Ironj Ihe field.'1 Won't Stand for McKcrule Urandon. Man., Nov. Great War Veterans declare the candidature of Rod McKenilo is unacceptable to them. They will not endorse him as a candidate. This was decided at a ueellng last nlghi. To- night they meet aealu to namo the I candidate i'uey will support. Tile ai: llou of tbe Great War Veterans was taken because McKenzLe was a mem- ber cf tho resolutions committee of the Winnipeg convention en- dorsed .air Laurler. The sup- port extended by tho trades and labor council which passed a reso- lullon against conscription was an- other reason. Liberal In Victoria Riding Tolleld, Alia.. Nov. Lib- orals selected. William Henry Whito, of Fort Saskatchewan, who repre-. senled Ihe constituency from 1911 un- til dissolution to again contest Iho riding against a unionist candidate. You may want to change your automobile, or your piano, or even your home- but you will never want to change the COFFEE, when once you taste the delectable flavour of Chase fc Sanborn's "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. U K. I 2 pound Was, trouai lei percclilorj. Ncvtt In bulk- 1U wvt.t-. JOSL- I Bu mieresia ou nvi. planes than in sending troops, a issk M g held ltljs evMiDg conl. which It Mil reoulro great effort to 0respect from some. lecturers hare the Interest ot the Al- Uance. Italian supplies. FIREMAN BURNED 'LoulsTllle, .Ky., NOT. tire- man death, three Bothers probably and several per- sons less severely Injured Is the known toll of a fire which early today destroyed the -Wlllard one of the landmarks ot Louisville. Auction Sale TMre.Will be Offered for Sale by Public Auction at she BARN, DM GAVE lilN-DOWN WOMAN VINOL And j C BARONS On Saturday, November 10th 'At Sharp, the following 1 carload Mares and 'Geldings .Agtt.tnm 4 years. Weights frtiri lo Ibt. All Bfot'.en. TERMS CASH Owners J. A. Flint, "1 Veejp houie lor my family of aiz and got into a generally ran-dcrwn condition. I waj wuk oefToaa and could not sleep, and hat headache a 'food deal of the time My doctor prekribcd Vinol and i nudt me will 'am! irronf. I am a good: deal MTTOIU and can ileei Clara Smith, W. ft Are, Flint, Xich. We Kll Vinol on a poaitiye juar .mnte belt drugglitl In Alberta towni. It Is true, lhat the Italian army lias been tampered with .and that the Isonzo relreat is more of a political than military defeat. But It Is re- Iterated lhat Ihe heart ot the nrmy is Eound. The artillery organization hns grown from very small dimensions to a splcr.dld organization. Officers, cite the case of the de- velopment of llaly.'s airplane' corps. Two years ago American aviators In Italy engaged In training ttaliana In the aviation scbool found difficulty. In obtaining pupils, whereas for the past ear literally thousands of Italians are been using every Influence pos- ble to bbtalu entrance In Ihe air- .anc corps. N It Is 'eiplained 'that It has been ne- essary lo educate Ihe Italian mind modern methods of flghllng but lat once taught, the Italians.become ipert. They havo for. many months bmlnatcd Ihe air on Ihe Isonzo front, ooklng upon the dangerous work of omblog the Austrian lines, munition aclorles and lue planls "al Pola as ere. SPOIL Owing to Italian' consef- national poverty ;and 'other auses of a similar nature, Lhere baa eon no nationwide campnigh taly for an adequate Increase in Uie New Line of Defence Paris, Nor. new Italian-line of defence will run along the 'course of the Plave river, says the corres- pondent, ot the Slatln. He describes this line as one which an army that has pulled- Itself' to- gether and Is determined to resist can hold for a long time. It la hoped here, thc.dlspalch COB- Inues, thai II an energetic counter- itlack becomes necessary at one of most points, French and Drlliah forces will participate. In this way a relreat lo Ihe Adlge line may he avoided. The Tasllamento was ioitlfled hastily and could not be held. More Prisoners Berlin, Nov. "Germans'are continuing their pursuit ot Ihe Ilal- lans and have taken more prisoners, the war office announces. "In Ihe mounlalns on Ihe Venetian plain the pursuit la being eays the statement. "Some thouu- anda of prisoners hare-been brought den. date nnd If nominated ho will KSTC a5ed lady, was klUed and neri'ketcli- tho endowment of Sir Hoberl Bor- [ho driver of the automobile, severely Injured. Laborlle In Hochelagi The victims both resided In this ledeon Marlel, A "'as responsible for the accldent- Mqnlrcai, Nov. Liberal Convention FoMhe Province of Alberta A Convention uf Opposed to Ihe Bordln Government Will v be held AT EDMONTON On Saturday, November 10, 1917 AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M. TO DISCUSS THE ISSUES OF THE IMPENDING ELECTIONS, TO COMPLETE A PROVINCIAL ORGANIZATION Every Liberal oppoted to the Borden Government Invited to attend Ida convention; and, If convenient, a meeting of such Liberal! ihould be held each town, village or polling dlvltlon. At the the each of the Dominion constltiiencres will appoint 10 voting dcfegates. ARRANGEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE FOR A SINGLE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP. will purchase one-way to Edmonton, and at the sarpe time obtain standard Convention from their4 local railway agents. At Edmonton relurn tickets will be Issued free. Further Information ad lo special trains will be given through the rjewsp'apert. Inquiries answered at phone M3741, Calgary. LET THE 'PEOPLE RULEI ALEX. ALLAN, President Provincial Liberal Association. WANTED Chambermaid MUST BE RESPECTABLE AND EXPERIENCED. WAGES M5.00 I (COXTIXUKl) flmNT APPLY ALEXANDRA HOTEL 277-3 NOT i c E ,i On of weather we WiiiiMrt iccept senlpe applica- Natwil Heat 276-C Three Days More to Report for or Claim Ohio, Nov. irarry L. Davis, tlopubllcan, was. reflected mayor of Cleveland yesterday, leadlhg four other candidates by Clev- eland cast votes fh favor of pro- hlbltlon and 6S.4G1 agalnit It; Local Option Victory Trenlon! N. J., Nov. Latest ro- lurns Indicate that local opilonfals have won a victory In New Jersey. Additional figures. from Esaej county which Include! the 'city -of NcsrarV, show that the Republicans havo elect- ed their assembly HcKcf, assuring the (rtsaage of the local option bill. Roth senate and house, probably will be Republican.' Prohibition In New Mexico Albuquerque, N. J1I, Nov. New adopted prohibition yesterday by a declalva majority on tho tact of partial ret'jrns from IS of the 2S coun- llea In tho Elate received' early loday. Ker. R. farloy, atcretiry of Ihe stale prohibition .commission, Issued a nienl declaring that Iho conelltallonal amendment wlilch would maki New Mcilco "dry" lerrllory Octoler 1st, had carried by at least POTATO PRICES TO tWQP Nov. llallfaif-'ihcin who who are In close touch with .Iho Trlnco Kil war J 'Island pola'6 market cipect a considerable slump lu pffcei. ITJ .sUnder the Military Service Act, 1917, bachelors and widowers without children exeepted) who were 120 years old on the 1917, and whose 34th birthday did not January 1st, 1917, MUST report for service exemption, on> ,pr before L 1917 All that is needed'immediately is for the report or claim to be made on the forms obtainable at any Post Office in Canada, and left with the Postmaster' for transmission. Every man in Class One must rejjprt for service or claim exemption not later than Saturday. Go to Your Post Office Today! Issued by The Military Service Council ;