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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1917. the LETHnnmr.r oatt^y herald PAGE FIVE. BYM Montreal, Nov. 13.-On being notified by the Canadian government of the findings of the conciliation board appointed at the request of the maintenance of way men to arbitrate on a demand for Increase of wages from the Canadian Paci-'fic railway, the C.P.R. haE replied thiii: it will, as in duty bound, abide by these findings of the board under which increases are recommended amounting to a total cost of over one million dollars additional wages per annum although -It was considered unfair to ask the company to pay higher wages than are being paid for similar work on other Canadian and American railways. GILtETTSlY VANCOUVER SUBSCRIPTIONS Vancouver, Nov. 13.-Up to .noon today Vancouver subscriptions to the Victory Lean totalled $525,000. -......zjfd. The very Higtiest Quality of Milk It ia milk that physician-s en-tUuaiastically endorse for the use of babies, Invalids and for the whole family. It costs no more than other milk. Why not try it? It is absolutely sate, being clarified and pasteurized. Farmers We are in the market for all the Milk and Gream you can supply. We are paying 7c per cjuart for fresh milk testing 3.6 per cent., deliv-erdd at the dairy. WE ARE PAYING THE FOL-UOWING PRICES FOR CREAM � -F.O.B, SHIPPING POINT. 50c per lb. butter fat for No. 1 Swoet. 44c per lb. butter fat for No. 2 Sweet. 43c per lb.~ butter fat for No. 1 Sour. 40c per lb. butter fat for No. 2 Sour. Crystal Dairy Ltd PHONE 1576 IRTO ADVISOR TO COUN London, Nov. 13.-In his statement yesterday regarding the inter-allled war council which would meet at Versailles once a month or more often, Mr. Bonar Law said each power was to appoint a permanent military representative as adviser to the war council and these would be independent of the general staffs of their countries. They would not have an active function, but advisory on all questions affecting qo-operation in the allied strategy. The general staff and military commanders of the armies of each power would be charged with the conduct of military operations and remain responsible to their respective governments. The military representatives and their staffs would be in permanent session at Versailles. Mr. Bonar Law confirmed that Major General Sir Henry Wilson would represcint England and General Foch, France, but, he said, he could not give the name of the Italian representative. Help avoid hard times-Buy Victory Donds. _A _ THERE WILL BE A Meeting of Retail Clerks WEDNESDAY, 8.30 p.m. IN THE LABOR TEMPLE MRS. MARGARET LEWIS, Factory Inspector will spealc. All Clerks Urged to Attend. 283-2 ttENNESlY&WlLSON THE'stORE Of BIG VALU ES fiORTH LETHBRIDGE dARSfoTHEDOOR PHONE 789. J Flying Officers M 18^ 30. High School Education. W. A. Buchanan The Union Government candidate, and others, will address the following meetings in the Leth-hridge 'Federal Constituency: RAYMOND Thursday, November 15. MAGRATH Friday, November 16. TABER , Saturday, November 17. TYRELL'S LAKE Monday afternoon, November 19. WARNER Monday evening, November 19. (GOD SAVE THE KING) \Uell 'ed. -recommend. R I A R O Y 1 N O R P S Men in Class h May join i,s volunteers. Reserve Branch Now Established. A man enlists at once-is paid 1 day's pay-given leave-called up on three weeks' notice. Equipment Officers over 35 to 45. En-gineeHng shop experience and well educated. FuU Particulars At F,rom Edmonton-Rt. Rev. H .A. Gray, D.D. Calgary-Mgr. Can. Bank of Commerce Medicine Hat-Mgr. Canadian Bank..of Commerce. Lethbrldge - Mr. Young, Sheriff. Camrose - Mr. F. Layton. Maoleod-Mr. H, T. Leather. Red Deer-E. Mlch-ener, M.P.P. Coronation-Mr. Thomai. Vermilion-Mr. Morrison. A. J. Write Imperial Royal Flying Corps '*304 Main St., Winnipeg. Red Cross Report; October The report of, work done by Red M�s, Beqman 1, Mrs. Young 4, Mrs. Cross workers during Octobor Is very gooJ, and it is hoped that each succeeding month during the winter may show an Increase in the amount of work accomplished, in order to meet the increasing demand. Baptist Aid, 1 pyjama coat, 19 towels, 4 binders, 8 slings, U T's. Central W.C.T.U., 1.3 pillow slips, 10 towels, II T's, 2 many-tails. Qhildren o� Mary, 2 towels, 10 slings, 13 T's 5 M.T., 2 pr. socks. Christian Aid, 1 pillowslip', 15 towels, 3 binders, 11 T's. Eastern Star, C pyjamas, 1 pyjama coat, 10 shoots, 12 pillowslips, 0 flannel binders, 40 T's, 13 M.T., 3 pairs socks. .l.O.C. Class of Knox, 180 towels, 28 slings, 3fi T's, and sewed buttons on 19 pyjama coats, 28 day shirts, 4 aprons. Knox Aid, J5 pyjamas, 2 pyjama trousers, 37 pillowslips, 105 towels, 15 binders, 5 slings,,55 T's, 1 M.T., La Selbe Circle, 3 sheets, 3 binders, fl slings, 45 T's 4 M.T. Major Jack Ross Chapter, I.O.D.E., 8 pyjamas, 12 sheets, 27 pillowslips, 132 toWels, 10 binders, 78 slings, 27 T's, 4 pairs socks. Rebekahs, 1 pyjama coat, 12 towels, 14 binders, 18 slings 20 T's, 1 M.T. St. Augustin W. A.,' 5 pillowslips, 3G slipfe, 96 face cloths, towels, 14 binders, 30 slings, 10 T's Mrs. Wallace ISO towels, ISl pillow 5 M.T., 2 pr. socks. St. Cyprian, W.A., slips, Mrs. Jlage, 14 bed pan covers. 2 pyjamas, 5 sheets, 8 pillowalips, 2 Mrs. D. Donald^ 10 khaki slings, 86 pr. socks, 17 towels, 10 binders^ 2,.' slings, 18 T's, 17 M.T., and quilted 1 quilt. St. Patrick Aid, 2 sheets, 5 towels, 4 filings, S T's, 2 M.T. Teachers and Young Business Women, 1 pyjamas, 2 pyjama coats, 6 sheets, 11 pillowslips, 34 towels, 4 binders, 17 slings, 79 T's, 62 M.T. Wesley Aid, 5 pyjamas, 4 sheets, G pillowslips, 41 towels, 21 binders, 14 slings, IS T's, IG M.T. Thistle Sewing Circle, 4 pyjamas, 8 sheets, 18 pillowslips, 6 towels, 18 binders, 4 aprons, 24 slings, 41 T's. Ladles ot B. of L. F. and K., C towels. Sir Alexander Gait Ch.apter, I.O.D.E., 1 day shirt, 4 pyjamas, 24 pillowslips, 6 binders, 3 aprons, 2 pr. surgical stockings, 4 slings, 25 T's, 2 M.T. Women of Latter Day Saints, 5 day shirts, 12 pyjamas, 6 sheets, 11 �pillowslips, 42 towels, 18 binders, 1, apron, 2 pr. surgical stockings, 18 slings. St. Mary W.A., 2 pyjamas, 11 towels, 3 binders, 2 aprons, 3 T's. G.F. Club, 4 day shirts, 6 p.vjamas, 4 sheets, 4 pillowslips, 32 towels, 18 binders, 4 aprons, 3 pair surgical stockings, 40 slings, 34 T's, 18 M.T. Primary Association of Latter Day Saints, 12 towels, 18 face cloths, Westminster League, 6 personal property bags, 4 comfort bags, 1 hot water bottle cover. Mrs. Hugh McBeth, 8 day shirts. Mrs. Hugh Taylor, 10 pyjamas. Jlrs. Mc-Leod, G towels, 6 binders, G slings. Mrs. Hammond, 6 pillowslips, 24 towels, 24 binders, 24 slings, .2 sheets. Hardicville, 4 day shirts, 11 pyjamas, 12 pillowslips, 64 towels, 21 binders, 44 slings, 6 khaki slings, 13 T's, 11 M.T. Commerce, 8 day shirts, 9 pyjamas, 6 pillowslips, 18 towels, 12 binders, 1 apron, 5 pr. surgical stockings, 24 slings, 6 T's, 6 M.T., 15 pr socks. Sorosis Society of Hysop School District, 1 day shirt, 5 pyjamas, 2 sheets, 3 pillowslips, 7 towels, 4 slings, 36 T's. Foremost, 6 day shirts, 9 pyjamas, 30 pillowslips, 24 towels, 4 binders, 5 aprons, 3 pr surgical stockings, 12 slings, 6 khaki slings.  Many-berries, 4 day shirts, 6 pyjamas, 12 towels, 2 pr. surgical stockings, 12 slings and 3 pr. socks (pef Mrs. Clark). Pakowki, 3 pyjamas, fi pillowslips, 12 towels, 1 apron, 16 slings. Warner, 4 day shirts, 8 pyjamas, 12 towels, 1 apron, 12 slings 17 T's 12 JI.T. Wrentram, 3 day shirts, 6 pyjamas, 12 slings, G Idiaki slings, 6 T's 6 M.T. Mrs. Armstrong 18 pillow- J.-?. Livingston ,Mr.s. Collins 4, Mrs. v. A. Simpson .Mrs. Redmond 3, Mrs, Gifford 1, Mrs. .Johnston 2, Mrs. Horspool 2, Mjs. Koon 1, Mrs. Mitchell of Coaldale, 4; Mrs. Bolton 1, Mrs. Gibson 2, Mrs. Primrose 3, Mrs. Weilingtoft 1, .MfN. D. Miclts 1, Mrs. Thos. Patching 4, MIku D. ] > i' Raymond, Nov. 12.-^The following is the financial statement for the year for the Red Cross her/s/.- ,, Receipts Collection and socials'......? 2I3..8G Two Life members......... 50.00 Fifteen members........... 30.00 Ten associate members......\ 10.00 Red Cross Day in July .....'677.25 Dance and refreshments .....103.50 NEW LEGISLATION R mmmw Regina, Sask., Nov. 13.-In a speech from the throne delivered by Lieut. Governor Lake at the opening of the Saskatchewan legislature this after noon, prospective legislation mention ed includes levying of a tax for pro vincial purposes on uncultivated lands, this tax to take the place of the present surtax provisions of the Rural Mu nicipality Act and the Local Improvement district act; the provision of pensions for deserving and indigent mothers; measures to regulate the incorporation and operation of trust companies, to revise the land titles act, to regulate the planning ot cities and towns, to consolidate . the Saskatchewan Co-opers^tive Elevator Act, and to amend the Medical Professions Act. References are made to the war, the approaching visit of the govern�r-general; the crops which in quantity have only been exceeded on two occasions in the history of the province; and the need for thrift and increased production. C. P. R. OFFER TO EMPLOYEES Montreal, Nov. 13.-The Canadian Pacific Railway company has Issued a circular letter to the officers and employees of the C.P.R. offering to carry such victory bonds as may be subscribed for on the basis of payment at the rate of ten per cent, per month, being $5 per month on each $50 subscribed, thus spreading out the payments over ten months, instead of six months, such payments to be deducted from the salary or wages as specified on the pledge form which the company issued. nothing gave him relief untiPh*'' tried Zam-Buk. Within two houra after the first application the pain was eased. With perseverance the inflammation was drawn out and the KWellIng reduced. The pain then entirely dioa'ppearcd and soon tne Bore was completely healed." You cannot make a mistake using Zam-Buk tor eczema or any ^ akin trouble, and It Is equally good for boils, ring-wonn, blood-poisoning and piles. All dealers or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. 50c. box, 3 tor $1.25. and rise to the heights of which hc i* capable. AT THE ORPHETJM The fascinating narrative in "BlaZ' Ing Love," at the Orpheum, a master motion picture drama recently releas-ked by William Fox is based on a common life problem. Margaret Walsh (Virginia Pearson) announces her engagement to Arthur Graham (George Selby), a young explorer, on the eve of his departure on an Arctic trip with RuBsel Barrldan (Frank Goldsmith), an unscrupulous explorer. Six: months later Margaret receives word of Graham's death. Urged on by^ her father, Charles Walsh, (Lew Stem), she marries Morgan Delafield (Frank Burbeck, a business associate of hep father and a man much older than she. Total..................$1,084.61 Expenditures Cash sent for supplies......$ 200.00 Yarn.................... 16.00 On Duchess of Connaught sox 12.00 -------.,, ,...,v,,-,For pins................. 9-1^ slips, 12 T's. Mrs. Cascadden 2 py- Paid express.............. f^J' jamas. Mrs. Cowgill G pillowslips, i Printing etc., ............"" onnnn 12 'slings, 12 binders. Mrs. Dunk 22 Sent for H.C. Day Can. .....,. iOO.uu day shirts. Mrs. R. Donald and Mrs. j Sent for British R.C. Day 200.00 Theobald 12 binders, 12. pillowslips, Mrs. Glasier 4 pyjamas, Mrs. ffl. J. Hill 24 towels,\3 sheets, Mrs. Harrison, 18 towels, 6 slings,. 6 pillowslips, Mrs. Harman, 12 towels. Mrs. Ives 1 pyjamas. Mrs. Johnston 2 pyjamas, 6 pr. socks. Miss Aileeu Balance on hand..........$ 427.91 $1,084.61 The following donations to parcels ....a^u for Red Cross, to the boys at the Jones 12 towdis, 24" slings, 6 binders, front: Harry Ridall $1, Emily Rolf-Mrs. Jenks 4 towels, 4 slings, 4 T's, son 50c, A. Burk 50c, L. Alson $1, J. 1 pr. socks. Mrs. Ludgate, 3� pair. Heggle ?1, Oliver McLean 50q, Mrs. B\irgical stockings. Mrs. MacDonald,' L- M. McLean ?1. Lena Atwood 35c, 6 slings. Mrs. Menzie, 10 aprons, 6, Mibs Court 20c, Isle Jones 85c, Mrs T's. Miss Ruby Neutce 48 towels, I ce oOc Mrs. C Ostland ?1. Amy Mrs. H. C. Ott, 2 day shirts. Mrs. 1 Alien *V ^^'^m,^- Pearson 10 day shirts, 4 'i>r. socks. Igouia 50c. Mrs M Brimhall $4, Mrs. Mrs. C. T. iratorson, 1 pyjamas, 4 day '.Clumis 3oc, Jennie Powelson $L35 shirts, 2 pr. socks. Mrs Spaulding 24 ' Mrs. Corless $2,, C, Tallstrip $2, iD^^^^ binders, 18 slings, 12 towels, 1 day ^amb 50c, Wm. Lamb |l Flold Lamb shirt, 12 T's. Mrs. A. Smith, 12 pil- 25c. Mrs. Mo ft $1 ,5 R^yPosve\\ $1, lowslips, 3 sheets, 36 towels, 6 bind-1 Clarence Smith $1.25, Jap Boys As-ers. " Mrs Tennent 6 pillowslips, 6 towels; Mrs. W. A. Taylor, 12 pillowslips, 3 sheets, 12 binders. Mrs. Webb , 3' pillowslips, 12 slings. Mrs. Wilcox'' - 4 pyjamas. Mrs. Hagerty, 17 pylamas' flattie Kinsey $5, Dr. G: 5 day shirts. Mrs. Shaw, 18 T's Mrs O'Brien $3.25, Mrs. C. Cull, 10 T's. White School  District" I'^'^''S-Cora Neil $1, Mrs. 20 T's, 18 M.T. " "" " , ______ Wlllard W.C T U 1'^'' ^- Skouson $4, Mrs. T's 6_ M.T. Mrs, Murdock, 48 T's"! i _'^?''^' ipaverna B. R soclation $9.25, Donated for parcels for Red Cross: Mrs. Esther Kenny $3, Mrs. Amy Gurley $1, Mrs. M^ E. Rouse. $5, Mrs. '" Greenay $5, Mrs. Peterson $1.80, Anlce Skouson W. Redd DSONBAYCO.CAN EMI LIQOOR LIMIT USE OF COTTON Manchester, Nov. 12.-The cotton control board has decided that after November 19 no firm using American cotton may operate over sixty per cent, of its machines, unless permitted by the government to extend that limit. ALBERT BROWN IN A Regina, Nov. 13.-^The decision quashing the case against the Hudson Bay Co., means that the Hudson Bay Company or other companies .can legally sell liquor lor export to another province. The original action against the Hud son Bay Company was taken in the police court here by the attorney gen eral's department for an alleged Infraction of the sales of liquor for export act. The judgment was appealed in the supreme court en banc and the decision was given on July 14 holding that the act in question was ultra vires the legislature of the provinpe. This decision was again appealed to the supreme court of Canada. A prior decisioij on a case arising from' the Nova Scotia Temperance Act covered the case. H. E. Sampson acted for the attorney general's department in the case. ' Miss Ida Millar, 40 T's. Mrs Sum ' Buckholt and Lavern Nelsson mer, C T's. Mrs. Barnsley, 12 T's Mrs Mrs. Love $1, Mrs. Fred Piep- Carter, 12 T's. Mrs. Phinney 3 m t' ^'^^^ Thompson |1, Mrs. R. p. Wallace, 24 T's. No namn Knight $6, Mr. Andrew Wal- T parcels containing 71 T's, 5 M T 1 nurses' apron. '' The following pairs of socks are also reported-Mrs. J. B. Ross " Mrs. Long 1, Mrs. Hay 1, Mrs. Roy "i Mrs. Williamson 2, Mrs. Wm. Scott 1 OVERSEAS Christmas parcels should be mailed without delay. Be sure and include an The Razor that sharpens its own blades automatically ton $1.50, Mrs. Mary McCarty $1, Mrs. Jas. Fisher $2, Mrs. D. H. Ellison $1, Mrs. Van Wagoner 50c, Mrs. C,Bacon 50c, Mrs. Ellen Thompson $1, Mrs^ Tilda Boyson $1, Emma J. Cammack $1.50, Wm. Zemp $1,-'A. B. Scovll $i; Wm. Wallwork $1, Jesse N. Scovil $1, Asa Scovil $1,- Amanda Nelsson 25C7 Anna Fairbanks 25c, Louisa Court 50c, Mrs. Jno Salmon 25c, James Anderson $10, David Galbreth $1, Elsie Stevenson $1, James Thompson $1, James Heggie $1, May Heggle $1, Jas. Rodaback $1, James Collett 50c, Jane Collett 50c, L. J. Bowen 70c, Chas. Buhler $1.50, Warren Depew $2.50, Chas. Cousins $1, L. D. King 35c, Mrs. George Wride $2, Mrs. Emily Blackmore $1.50. SEIZE RELIEF STEAMER Amsterdam, Nov. 13.-The Belgian relief steamer Haelen from Montreal for Rotterdam, has been taken into Swlnemuende for ubdiaclosed reasons, according to the Telegraaf. In view of the prevailing danger of famine in the occupied district of Belgium, the caatiire ot the Haelen Increases the acuteness o� the situation. The Belgian relief commission states that the steamer Haelen was ! taken into Swlnemuende for examina-j tion, the German government reserving the same right aa the British to examine vessels. The commission expects that the vessel will shortly be releftBed. - - TALK TO THE PRESIDENT Buffalo, N.Y., Nov. 13.-The build-ing trades council ot the A. F. ot L. toda^ sent a message to President Wilson asking for a two hours' conference to discuss the situation at Quincy, Mass., where work la being held up on a destroyer plant by a strike involving about 1,800 men. More than 8,000 other workmen are Indirectly affected by the trouble, it is said. Your money Is Bonds. safe-In Victory * > *c* ? VICTORY LOAN AT WARNER If '- : Warner, Alta., Nov. 13.- Organization ot the Victory ? ? ? ? ? ? > o * > Loan Is getting in good shape, over seven thousajid dollars subscribed by noon today. The territory is scattered and results will show better in a few days. Alberta Brown who is rapidly being recognized as Canada's most gifted actor again lived up to his well earned laurels last night when he offered his latest play "The Love of A l�ng," at the Majestic Theatro to a representative Lethbridge audience. The play shows Mr. Brown in a role which gives him wonderful scope, for a most admirable display of his versatile talents, that of the young Prince of Wales in the first three acts, and of the aged King (Jeorge^ the Third in the last act. The play, written by Paul Kester, who has been responsible for several successful romantic plays of the same nature, deals with the love stor/ of the young Prince and the Quaker girl, Hannah Lightfoot. The story of the play is delightfully refreshing, sweet, and romantic, yet strictly adhering to historical facts, as any student of history must readily adnlit. In Miss Lenore Phelps, who portrays the character of the lovable girl, Mr. Brown has decidedly a most valuable asset to his own personal success. In both character studies, that of youth and old age, both work together in artistic harmony to the utmost delight of the most confirmed theatre goer. What is probably the best balanced and most capable supporting company ever ^een In Lethbridge enact the various other characters. To the-beautiful telling of the story is added a costly and artistic scenic production, together with expensive costuming. "Th Love of A King" will be offered for the last time agaTh tonight, and to say that it Is an unusual attraction is putting it mildly. One is more tempted to say it is a pity that more attractions of it's quality do not visit Lethbridge more often. The G. W. V. Assodatioii ARE HOL.DINQ A Whist Drive and Dance in the Veteran's HaQ The old Dominion Land Office Building. Admission -  SOo Late Cars for North and South. rt'Oon't forget the Boys at Home' * ^ 283-(! .J I MAJESTIC TONIGHT LAST TIME HERE ALBERT BROWN IN "The Love of a King" Prices...........Tmc to 91.S0 AT THE EMPRESS For tonight only the big Metro feature, "The Devil at His Elbow," starring Clifford Bruce, will be shown at the Empress. This is an intensely impressive drama, also 'featuring Dorothy Green, In which a great lesson taught to a brilliant man causes him to triumph over his only weakness 9 TONIGHT Prices 10c aKa* 25c William Fox Presents Virginia' Pearson in a BLAZING LOVE / By Bernard Chapin Staged by Kenean Buel , A photoplay of heart Interest 50Q scenes. Also "The Broken Coin" and Mutt and Jeff Comedies. Bujr Victory Bonds! Would hate IHce^h- to let the Kalaer run the OrptaeUm. LAST TIMES TONIGHT GEORGE BEBAN IN "THE COOK AT CANYON CAMP" A story of the Chef of a lumber camp whoso greatest desire was to own a Flap-Jack Palace.'.' Tliisstiiry will appeal. Good Comedies Every Day. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS WALLACE REID AND ^ ANITA KING IN "THE SQUAW MAN'S SON" Paramount Pictures Ai'e Worth More, vl V^VHill^T^ Y^O METRO PICTURES presents Clifford Bruce and Dorothy Green In L rarKt^V^ "The DEVIL at HIS ELBOW" Jj^^ TONIGHT Prices 10c- 15c Also Ga|ie Henry Comedy. Buy Victory Bonds-Would Hate Like H-^^'t9 a Have the Kaiser Run the Empress. . ' AftPHEUM The Jolly Entertainers. COMING JifJl One of the Grieatest Juvenile Showa EW7��e/'ln the V �'V ,800N \ Prices: Children 36c; ^Adults 71 West \ ^Au\\a 78c and �1.b94v; 1699 94 407?7649 ;