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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1917 T11K LETHBRfrKK THILT HERALD OF II C.S.E.1. Tbe (ullowinc K the program of the Canadlau Standard Efficiency >.esl kere for the- balance of Iho Nov. history pi llum, KQOX church, H. Kllner, chair- man. Juulors V. Nov. Cauada, lantern lecture, WeJley church, H. II. Craefi. Ser.liiis at Y. Dec. Three C's Farmers We are in the market for. all .the Milk and Cream you can supply. We are paj'itig 7c per quart for fresh milk test-- ing 3.6 per cent., deliv- ered at the dairy. WE ARE PAYING THE FOL. LOWING .PRICES FOR CREAM SHIPPING POINT. 60c per ib..kulter.fal for No.- 1 Sweet. ptr Ib. bulier tat for'No. 2 Sweet. 43c per Ib, butter fat for No. 1 Sour." v ptr.lb. butter fat for No. 2 Crystal Dairy Ltd PHONE 1576 palpi, at SU Aiwuilln'i rtuicl, chalr- nian, A. K. Bunion 'ai-Y. Dec. Lord Strathcona, at Knox church, ehilrmuj, H. F. Wai- lice. Seiilori Y. Dec. for all. Dec. tvenlur at Y, for all. V Jiu. ot Fag- land, Wesley ckurch, John Ton-ante, chairman. J.-u. St. Auf- UBtln'f, Cow. yrvcaaa, chairman. Jan. Public Speaking, Knoi Chirti, Sharpies. Ju. of Teeth, at chvck, Sir. Gray, chalroaan. Jan. Effect of Alcohol on Boyi, SI. AufWda'i church, B. S. Jackson, clulnun. Alteruato mchte at T. Tlitrty.C. S. E. T. boyi ft St. Cy- prlau'a are orcbnlilnc tnti evenliie at a supper htM la. parlib. room at, S.15. BURHID GRAIN Kor. trial by Labor Men of Canada Out To Win War, Delegate Tells U. S, _ Buffalo, N.Y., Xov. reicfy- the ftolutlon Adopted by a vole lions committee of the American Fed- ot ifl to JO'afflli ,auca cheering, b'Jt eratloo of Labor today ve-j "0' ot ported a resolute ..tattM by to cnce Rtherldce, one of Ike National from Toronto, t i declared tba1. Federation of Koderal Employees. on.Dlack's Blalfsent oot represent woman auffrcee. It'reid: lUie sentiment of tcridlan trades un- 'That wo hereby atflnn our prevlcrai Ion men. Theieinjn for a retraction declarallon lo behalf of woman Euf- (ro'ul Blaclc wu not v j'. ia the form of (race aad the principle of equal motion andt" fjr equal work regardless of aei." {after addil conventloD uDanlmoasly up-lporL proved the committee's report. "I irould The resolutions committee report Canada lo li aou -concurrence In a resolution call dasUrdlj." Ing upon the of lue United "He might aniwlut represenlatlres of has said. organized labor to attend any confer-) "We are al cnce that may be held between ni-'Gompsra, "and I. tlons lo discuss lerms of peace and realize Uyet he r was dropped commllteMi re- -lelejale from OP definition oJ Gompers. what ho rr.nllnued Mr. 'oonrlnmrtlal of n French prli oner that any peace treaty signed .Ehould no longer a qde or war broug'jl Hitherto conlpln lahor clauses Jer.'nujK lours cusslon. .We are suppressed tact that the commissary and working The conven- or the world's d bronchial ordinal ally Pinei 'eabcntrmM fom- pound of Norway pWe ntrack, JaHmM, tix world Bewart of nttlHAeiv-.-jlik .you- ojMef of with don't- ucnl any- to giv ji Tho PURE BRED BELGIAN PERG HERON HORSf S COMING to We Vvill have, for private sale at the Rocerj' Sale rBarrv2hdSt, S., Leiribridge; two car loads of pure bred Belgian and Percheron Stallions and Mares, 'All grade stock and fully guaranteed. IMPORTED DIRECT FROM lOllf A Those from France being purchased in the fafl ot 1916. Any one wanting the very finest indfvxkial or company stock should see' tKese horses which Will be -offered for ._. r; PRIVATE 'SALE ON DEC. 1st THE BELGIAN HORSE CO. OF THE JjlOLBpRT HjORSE CO. fOfl l f. DYJGHn1; MANAGEH ALEXANDRA MOTtL, LlTHMIDftK'. Delegate Carey of Black feelings of the Ca debates of the annual convention of ilsta or the Canadl the American Federation of Labor. It of military sage It reached a climax when Thomas .Dl a Canadian delegate who characteriz- ed conscription laws aa "dastardly leg- islation" was called upon to retract serving his counlry. and low, In our ran the war bj- service a home, arfd we are wil or leave tlio Iloor of the convention. Federation of Labor The committee's report endorsing (toes toward lhat Four Candidates in Halifax in Alberta v v. s. Soy. N'ova Scotia the blc fights will be in Hali- fax and Cape Breton south. Iu the i two lean la Halifax Jour candidates I have been nominated Including Hon. A. K. MacLeati, minister without port, tollo. The liberals have prepared lor a vigorous campaign. In Cape Breton South the members In the last house, Messrs. Kyto sii'l Carroll. Liberals, have against (hem two members of the local hoi t llicm use. Me; Douglas Dulls and two Labor members, who lid for a. anemic to a badly divided'labor the safety element In the mines end foundries rac. and every oyUiiey. Premier Borden la es- n i done must peeled to have au sy time In Kings, becausi. six men turned down the Lib- oral nomination before Dr. Seeley ac- cepted It. Every seat In Prince Edward Wand will be contested ssi both Bides are confident Line-up In Alberta Calgary. Nov. is the only one of the four western provin- ces In which there were no acclama- IA.B.C.OFIHE is the Victory Loan of Is a.loan of money by the people of Canada to their Govern- ment. doos the Government want the money forj help the war. ff-Yes, but wfiere Is It spent! Is spent Ja-.Canada' to buy supplies for. tha tionB for re helping themselves, u they getting t wonderful Invest- ment) people do jm be- FI6H PRICES Wlnclpeg, spread on fish prices allowed to liie wholesaler and the distributor has been fixed by. 'Hie' food controller, according lo n .communication sent by Mr. Hanna. Ihls morning to J. B. Reynolds, secre- tary of. the provincial food commlt- N Orer and above the prtcef named ia the miilmum which -the fisherman shall-receive, the wholesaler's mail- mum spread shall-be limited lo one cent, 'exclusive of rill rates'; the dis- tributor shall be limited to a maximum spread of three ctntv over the price Ihe fishermen etciualve of rail rates. ;vo peyson shall be allowed' to deal In flsh In any quanlity wtthoqt a license from the food controller. The maximum prlcea which the flah- erm'en-may receive according to n regulation passed by Mr. Hanni some nays ago' are: Tor.while fish eight per pound at the'.nearest rail- way station; pickerel and perch 7 1-Z cents; tullbee five centa; Iwhtlsh 4.1-2 cents and gold eyej'three cents. COL. HOUSE' TO- ATTEND London, Nor. Bontr LA-W said In the house, of commons to- response Ip V question, that British hid Inforrrli- llon qolto- officially that President Wilson hart lent 4 cablegnm iskloj Colonel House and General Bliss to itlDnd the Ural meeting of the Iriter- illlrf war conndL CUSTOMS t'rafetlqg night in'tha office of the'colleetor of allendcd: by represenUHvea from All the customs, honsts In Ras- (itrmerl o'Saa- fctehewan and it wu decided lo 7. B. as delegate.to Ottawa to ittewf con- venllon ot to'be held there bctlonUu _______ coal oU to lljht 1 Ifre 1 brought Into cootKt pioaeil with thd that SUf- foM ind her live yew'oW otQd were Vtnitt'.la ietth rlen thii dren ir other In- ductibn "Queep Elizabeth." After his at Calgary. Pipnuctlon of "The I.bnc; Trail" Lou- Three-cornered fights: icral Unionlals, Laurie Between 'Liberals Labor, non-partisan, Socialist, or larifipendeut- Hed llediclne Hat, JlacluocT and Vie- Between Union-, iiirler Liberals'and Independent lies, West-Edmbnton." cornered figtit: Between Lrii- .--tonlst, Laurler Liberal, Soclal- "nW Kon Partiian, Bow River. In Saikalcriewan. a, Sast. Km. PBaskatchewan brought lew snrs. lid with the results lo from all there are. four acclamations I.B sixteen seats. tain, Qn'Appelle and: relura' P. J. Johnson, _.. _ nf and J. A. Maharg, prealMtif tio Satkatchewan Grain i Association, respectively. j aro TJnlonist Ltberala inrteperident with strong ieaningj. Ten Liberal Dnlonlsls. sti have Conservative Ho lield. Of the ten al Unionists, three go while labor will con- reuiainlng seven and Tcllsgen will return, to directing for Ihe. Jetse L. Lasky Feature Play Com- pany. The name 61 hla, ilrst jiroduc- tiD4 has'not ret been hls'hostg of admirers are looking for- interest to. the event- ,In the meantime, "The LongJTraU" la one pi-iiie Ilnest-.Lau'-TelleBen ha's ever done for Iho Paramount' Program! and Sunshine Alley" will give nnbound- ed pleasure to those who avail them- selves of the opportunities presented lo witness it this week, and as a fur- ther accommodation to the children a special matinee will be given on Sat- urday. AT THE EMPRESS The next Instalment of Gloria's romance Is at tha Empress tonight Blchard Preneau. upon realUlcg that he bad made a serious error la falling to recognize Gloria. Stafford, when she approached him at the Met- ropolitan Opera House alter a. five years' absence, hastened to rectify tin blunder. He called Gloria from her father's box and explained that ahe had grown so beautiful sicca last he her, that It was scarcity to be eipectcd that she would be instant- ly recognized. After an opera glass flirtation at long range Gloria and Freneau seek Ihe quiet of the (Upper room for n little tele a-tele. In addition to this there will aha ta the latest chapter ot "Tha Great Beo TONIGHT AND TOMORROW FAMOUS PLAYERS PRHENTJ LOU-TELLEGEN Supported by MARYFULLER And An Excellent in "THE LONG TRAIL" A'Story of the Great Northwest and. the R. N. W. M. P. "LUKE, THE MECHANIC" Two Reel Comedy. T> ir aMtJ-'VKtOiy, Ihe by test Liberal-j lest of B! re'malninK-. lonist In ibo.' which ii katoon, offered, straight LI In, Ihe of oppoal non-partisan "to" Union head aweep lor Tin! Lib lalilon only one sett ert Cruise, (19 for Dauphlnl In agalnit'tbe g Btralghl tlebti Brandon, whe field. Dnlonls Irjdependctit. Winnipeg tho Join forces will South .Jjrln'nl ler fnppcrters The itmr Melghcn T. A. will have'Llben cue of for: eral's nomination .Us will pat. up a con- others while In the second Liberal Un- 'licit :llvo Unionist .seats Ix, In Reglna and Sag.-1 Labor opposition is .i Frincci Albert, a tinriidale is.running, .an assorted variety. ranging from Liberal _- predict a clean the province. I itoba. afanltoha icontesled, .Liberal.member allowed ,a. COnslituODCT ele'cllbn has lirlcr Llbemlt 'Aen. the lists They are all ORPHEtJM TONIGHT Prlcti: .Children 25c, Adults SOc. T. J. COLLEGAN PRESENTS Original Tennessee Jufcfilee Singers ,V'NEGRO CLASSIC SELECTIONS V THE SWEETEST VOICES IN DIXIE LAND AND OLD PLANTATION MELODIES. -TODAY ONLY, AND THAT-SCREAMINO- LV-TFUNNY COMEDV "BACK STAGE." MATINEE SATURDAY i GOLOWYN INC., OFFER THE STARS OF ''WTQLERANCE "AND 'fTHE BiRTHOFANATlON {Who played "The- One" In The.WrHi of ud Ar-l Prairie there wns ier Lib-, view decided Iho tlpn be wajvcd.'a npon pracllctlly or ihfttter.of fdrroer _ against, flVe men orirthrqir A FULLV OUARANTEED ATTRACTION 35c, Inked a full tie ope ALL olhtr d ;