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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 'jf AGE TWELVE LRTHIWITXJE DAfl.T SATUHDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1917 Ottawa, he> ralWrar board er competitive.: system. It was set out reiusinK tliA _..._ _. today Uie'reqneal of the nnlpes. Calgary, ti crsj tral basis'to a lower basis because of wai and it, was contended Itial rates baring been reduced to meet water competition, the compsn- ics were within rights, under Iho railway act. In increasing ilie rats when ihe water compeliiloa was less active. The judgment concludes; '-The boanl has laid down'llie position that ._ reduced lo alcet water compeM- the'-boards ot Irtdes and the: manu-1 lion may be brought up uluic Kci'jrers' association was that the ho thu normal, leve! when Ibe water Ib'creajes were concererd becomes less effective.' Ttes-lii.'Bnd' Sasa-itoon- boards ol land the Canadian'Maijulactur- spclallon that 'certain all-rail- between eastern and wes- recently Inaugurated by tliej railways, should be 'suspended. The; board liads lhat "the rules uiay be ,'peruillled to continue." pOslllon liken the "railway: "-'-'Hies. In, reply demands-of OHIO iWET cinclunatl, Ohio. Nov. 4 With ottlclal counts In, ill cepl from pine counties m-elv- ed announced loday by Ibe secretary of state Included lu the tabulation, the vote In Uw Ohio wet and dry electlou thli showed a majority ot 1, OSj aeahist prohibition. I the NMl-cf-KIn held a very succeis- lul on evening. A-volo of sympathy wag con- passed to the members who bad been lis3liiE: situation uislswith regard to bereaved recently. All were In favor .....of', endorsing and forwarding to Ot- tawa the resolution passed by the Calgary branch. Legal advice had u'-obtained re Ihe raisins of the soldiers'.-Jvc ives rent daring the ivar. Fourteen new members signed up. ijbrerai of'the provincial -constituent Jl'iV Batilefdrd Th'ursaay, Ch'ariei Lbns Tt'as homtnaled" BB the uufaelst. Candidas 5 at a cbnventloii thoroughly, 'tho dis- J.; W.; .Millar, .Liberal nomination some lime flgo, to bei the. unionist ,candl: decided that Leaders of the boys' conference will be speakers at Ihe various rliy chur- ches tomorrow. The sptafcerc will ap-. pear as tallows: St. Auguslln's, morning. Rev. J- C. Storey. Wesley, morning, Mr. Stanley Urant; V. M. C. A.. Calgary. Wesler. evening. Her. J. C. Storey, licv. J. Weslman. Rev. Dr. Meyers. Knoi'. morninE. Rev. Dr. KJIOX. evening. E, Scruten. United Church, niornius, Rev. Mr. Baptist, ix.crnlng. Rev. Mr. Shaw. of Fernle. friends and supporters look :in'part In convention Thursday twf it was equally-made up of Con- ijberfls, and n waa uuanlmouslv.. selected, i parlies have taken steps to lay situation In this constituency be- Jore the premier, in onler.lo-havo the candidate selected. A convention his been called for .TV'ilbJe.on for Eliluency'dr Chamna'iiw. the' "former mejnber and il5 support- er's'ere nol satisfied with the arrarige- and have .called another.unionist C coovenlioQ for Battle ford" on Monday. November 12. The constliuency Is: to return a Conserrallre unionist bul: bt- canw of his stand on conscription and "i other questions, Mr- Champagne- is, MaEfaclory Conservatives H he is (o tie Liberafi.'.There Is strong .op- position, to Sir.-Champagne. "in._Lhe (Liberal ranks, nowerer. ,.'j in Mackenzie there Is a much' Eiml- laij sllnaUoDL-.The Ijibe'ral-.candjuate, nomlnilel Iwo.'years aio, Oeorge W. to rEslgn the' Liberal tiutjdetifei to. nomlnallpn....The. leit'ls UfiSriil.kth'e preaidenia of ilie Liberal and ConserraUve.astrwiiUons conrenUon ori Monday mt-Thlci a'.anlonlit 'cindi- "aaEefVill irjilcl SSot llte- 17 lo be Mr: iloPhee. Dr. present member and Colonel long; are candidates for the anlontst.nominaJion .In Hnmboldt where a tlon will be hell on NaVember'15." .Klndenley Is to return a Conserva tlfe'.nnionlst led Dr. H. T. Myeri, of nfmi rt Several Are Or. Ti-e List Todav-as Wounded Word was rccTliTed Ihis niomlng by hit brother Carl Forbes that Pte. John Henry. Forbes, who enlUUed only a. few'months ago'wllh. the'infantry had been killed in action ou October 2Slh. Bergt J. T. Rotbwell has been .wounded for lie, second time. r Ine. recefvi ;ed by bars wound In 30th. Sergt. tng to word today.-He received a the back on October RolhireU U member of the Pats. Mn. Henrr TaylorTlSiS Are. N, yesterday received a wire, that her hushind, Serct llenrr Xorinan Taylor bad .woonded In tho recent j Prance. Serst- Taylor! bat- ironnd in 27. -Scrgt. .le'.uli to nomination-. Ht SESSION IN ED- epeech could see no good lhc.1 had cotuo from tho Conservative regime, and explained that Ilie. uatrlollsu which had e-nabled Canada to carry Its blood burden past three, and quo half years Was being proall- luted lu behalf of the unionist goveru-v nifUt. Ho said from Iho lime the isoveriifflnut assumed of lice'It had lu tlli'ldlnc llio NEW YORK New York, Nov. ouncil Pacific, U. S. 2Ji; .U.'S. preforrod, 105, sales; Steel, Cdmoatou. Xor. the pur- pose of perfecting their organization (or the pending federal eletllon, CW Alberta Liberals are In session here, drafting resolutions, electing officers aud revising tbe constitution which has not been changed siuee tho list prorluctat convention in Calgary three years agu. All twe-lve- Dominion rid- ings are represented. The convention called by He "president, Alex. Allan, alter consulta tlon with liou. Frank Oliver. Iho for- mer saying that the delegates and tte attendance was beyond bis most sau gulnary expectations- The motto ol the convention was, ''Let the people role." and :il was hoped lo elect ro sentatlves lo the Dominion house that will represent the true spirit of the country and thus bring about demo- cratic government. He took exception to the statement that the unionist party had a corner on Ibe sentiment nud thought every man present would put every dollar ho could beg. borrow or steal Into carrying on HID Tar effec- tively. Hon. Frank Oliver, in bis You Look As YOU FEEL You know' well enough when your liver is loafing. A WAV the first wtrninffi then you CUndlil A1 lUPI begin to "feel mean all over." Your iklo Km (eta ft. tnd nnnt H reflow. iod uo- punalim R not what IUM tbegntlc help of tU> Pill, Small DOM, Small maj but ARTELS IRON PILLS crsiUy kelp people. Kent pyer .with Lethbridge's lerr..He received a the left arm on October, Taylor's brother Frank waa lulled 'In BcUon lome.-Ume.ago.- ,Tha tmnily have resided in IrfUibrldije for, msnr f. QUESTION OF BLOCKADE -London, BrlOih official.communlcallon'sayG: Vance anfl Dr. Alonzb Z. Taylo'r i- bers oi Amerinui .tnter-al- belitheia fl.rit sin. If baanntlon li UM northora part of tie umoancemeal -the'dajr fpnoirlnr lie Hum- .boldt onionlit November 15, the coniUthency _ et at 'the'E'ame Liberal- nomln- dlsirlci .-'convenUon3 Vere held tth weeKaf and Staunavon.-. 'At.. EEleriQ' a Teaolullon -was asklnr lhat 'a labor "controller be ippplnted To. liip- men lo the dtecbsiion U iras slated'lhat all. Idle jni'rt sh'ould "be" taken oft'lbi Kfeeti sod made to-ito lo work. 1( It Jalr lo draft men lor Ihe army il also lilr to Ihtm to produce food was as necessiry K'.relh- .The vlctoiriLoan.wa! enlhuslnllc- at aU convenllonj. Ileat- look Splice" .regarding fBderal candllales'and eltorfs will he to have thorn all pledged to sup- jportfthe. farmers pla.tWrm. It ex. iUpe'rinlendeDl oi or H. ifcKInney that there organization work 'and agreed wjll :iirpvlde ;for a week's training to a hundred plctcd tad wnmev IrvmMis ranki of the lied Visited Ihe lor- ft elcn office yesterday and cba- Do Fleorm mi'd Charpviider Comnisn'der Lererlon Harris and Lord itob- ert Cecil on Questions cohnect- ed -witli the blockade. cpcfercnces ire to Uke i It Is understood tharo ia.ev- ery prospect of ebmplete agres- mect as ID Ihe policy lo pur- lued being reached. 1 4 Let TajlliiPUimSing With You! HOLBERTON PLUMBING, HEATING AND QA.SFITTING PHONE 621 FOURTH AVE. 3i Re-Creation of a Mighty Song E INVITE YOU lo hear Mr. Edison's .of the "Forge Song" from Siegfried in our, Edison Showrooms to-day. Urlut, the WipwrUn tenet of Ac Open Houfc, hs Jung ihii sens for Mr. Etfison. HLJ riurtly, virilt 'w'd Hi nuflerly inlcrpreuticn lifts Wagner'i 1003 ta dw bddni of lu Come and hur.ihii mnlling And nuncr inventor KAI rt'creind muik, Hu he an vpocJv-rruJjng tft? Music lav ft i, tfrii yoa tin in in mlily? Come uid dedde. i iong n he weld] hii nM.pc The nujeitic s rinj wih fire tnd yfgof cf ihc youthful hcro'j soul And ihe pltintivc the weird iccompAnimcjH of the cute ipell uhich divelli vviih you tfirr you have Kurd the tong. All "dwst subtle quilidea Mr. Edison amond'Disc Easy Pajmtntt if DnhrJ, T.; Wexvill presoit cdicrs cf Mr. such rfte Berceuse from Jocdyn, e. cello solo; die Bich- Gounod t suffl and pUyed by Mine Rippold Albert aJsoievcrd ielecdcfls of JACQUES.-URLUS The Kenny Allin Co., Ltd. Lethbridge Mercantile Go. Ljm AGENTS AND DISTRIBUTORS' FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA Retailers' Names: PALACE CONFECTIONERY LETHWiDGE HOTEL ALEXANDRA HOTEL JACOON 4 CO., DRUGGISTS AUkkTA1 feUFFET M DALLAS HOTEL ;