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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WRONESDAY, NOVIvMIV'.n 22, 1010 THE LETi-inninr.u: FIVE 'Delanys Limited Special Arrives Daily HOME GROWN MEATS Is our special inducement for your business. Our lines of cooked meats are also "specially enjoyed." If you like fish we can supply you with all kinds, both fresh and smoked. DELANYS LIMITED, PHONE 452 I II I tb W W l w INIESICASEON FOR SALE! Two Carloads First Class Breeding Ewes. APPLY C. RABY LETHBRIDOE HOTEL lor communities to deal with BUOCCSU- fully, while it is of such paramount importance that it should not be al- lowed to islrnply slide along. We should know if there is a remedy of any kind that will relieve the situa- tion. The action of raising wages to en- ablo people to meet the new. situation Is neither adequate nor controlling. In i fnct, it only seems to augment it. i This is ever tils case. In my history of over thirty years' connection will C.ilgary, Nov. the test case of the Alberta government against the Dominion Kxpross company, charged with having violated the liquor ast an a common carrier, which came before Magistrate Davidson, in the court, Tuesday morning, it was held, according lo the evidence submitted that She company had not. violated tlio act and the case was dismissed. The specific charsu brought against Hie Kxufoss company was that of hav- ing delivered one gallon of brandy and one gallon of rye whiskey on NO- vomber lo Arthur W: Coweii, 218 Fourteenth avenue, East, Cal- gary, which had been purchased, and iiald for in advance, from a liciuor .'inn at Kam'oops, H. C. il, W. Lunney prosecuted the case, j Willie George A. Walker represented' the Dominion Dspress company. Mr. Lunney conte idea that it was pritna facie evidence that two gallons of li- Itior could not he designed for any- one's personal use, bill Mr. Oowcll, who had received the shipment, testi- fied that it was expressly for his own personal use, and had been delivered lo him at his own private dwelling. The Magistrate's Decision Magistrate Davidson in rendering People's Forum 1 public works, an increasi) of wages Uias been incidentally followed by an i increased cost of Hying In that dis- trict. At the same time, IL cannot be lost sight of that increased wages is the only recourse worKing men can enforce to help them in the difficulty. It looks as if to try to change the law of supply and demand upder our economic system would foolish, and any action not well con- THE COST OF LIVING than Hot Editor of the Hera.d: tlie is too serious to go question of increased; t consideration and action of cost of living is certainly becoming a ome kmd very serious one in Lethbridge The. wouW'suggo6t that it would be a statement made at the Board of Trade for lo invlto sug. that the city people today are not as ,ons am, comment, after which. u- well off as they were at this time comM might cal] together a com- mittee of our citizens to. discuss the ST. RY. MAKES A The street railway system promises to make the best showing this year of any since it began operations. In a statement Just prepared, covering tin! period up lo Nov. 17. the system shows a profit of 87772.711 over oper- ating expenses. During the same por- iod last year the profit was only In making the estimate's for 1'JiC, the council allowed for a deficit on tlio street railway utility of 431. Commissioner Freeman thinks that after paying principal, interest, depreciation and other charges, the deficit tills year will nor be more than MILLION MORE FOR EMPLOYEES OF THE WESTERN HOAns That is Meaning of Amicable Settle- ment of Maintenance of Way Dispute Ottawa. Nov. an amicable settlement, which has been effected by WOMEN CANNOT SLEEP." What the Press Agents Say At Tlie special Iti'd Feather prodm'- The Folly of Ucsii'0." whidi told in .i groat acts, is the headline at- traction In Ihe picture line. In addi- tion to the usr.lil feature films the Lvrlc offers a musical treat each nir.hl Ibis week. The McDonald K Curtis .Musical t'omedy company are making hi' i'i Ihelr fun factory anil Klsiilc.....d ydi fouiulry. They arc wi'h on their bauds ami Thcv plav all kinils of surpris- n.stiTments. With an entire they ought rj-i crowds to the Orplieum the Canadian Pacific n oral thousand of i way employees by the lir n--------- __..................- 0-- very weak and thin. I was in an awl in i stjitc. I was very much dwcouraged and t.fvsta! globe. I'.y taxing in it tile ;u'i.. linteiKince "1 j nt (imC8 thought I would lose rny mind, demonstrates that Duvall can fall tn- wuy uniiiiu.. "j ,.....loaril of con-1 j kncvT Of Dr. Pierce'a mediunes so i got 1fl ;l stnte anil liis astral dilation appointed by the minister of hjg 'jravorite ,11 gave me and is free lo roi abor, several hundred tiiousand dol-i lars have been added io the annual expenditure of maintenance of way men. Judge H. D. Gunn. who is chairman his decision stated that ever since the liquor act had come Into effect lie had construed that according to Sec. !iu it was not unlawful for a person to have more than one quart of liquor or two quarts of malt spirits and, according to the evidence submitted, there had not been a ease of prima facie evi- dence established and accordingly would dismiss the case. we o as ey last year has a world of truth n ,t in civilized times has caused tlio enormous increase in living cost that this one has caused; and the end of increase, iu ir.y- estimation, is not yet, unions something can be done to regu- late the cost of food supplies, etp. The Dominion government lias con- ferred powers on self-governing com-. but in a way suitable to their own lead the bodies, business men and consumers when it is called together. Yours truly, W. D. L. BARDIE. Mayor. PATRIOTIC FUND The following further contributions have been received to the patriotic SfiO.OO, C. li. Jlor- trs. Stanley Wans S2.50, B. Mill- S120.00, A. Carrnthers Co. The highly organized, finely strung I nervous system of women subjects fliem inK to terrors of nervous whicb no man can ever appreciate. draw gooi crowds m The peace of mind, the mental poise ;lli this Good singing, dancing and calmness under v-hirh instrumental mrniic, dialogue and pic arc necessary for nanny womanhood, arc more could you ask? only possible when the sensitive organism At 1I.C Empress no remedy in the world BO completely re-1 stores womanly health an the wonderful "Favorite Prescription" invented by Dr. K. V. Pierce. Chatham, few yeans ago I suffered a general breakdown and got Oni- .Million Dollars showing at Ilio Knipress. Richard Uuvall. a ii'itud Kngllsli crlminologlsl. while touriua i" India, saves the life of a liudbisl priest who rewards him with Ihe tirescntatiim of ti "Rape's t-ixcs Sick, Sour, Upset Stomachs in Five Minutes. You don't want a slow remedy when your sloniadi is an uncertain a harmful stomach is too valuable; you innsn't injure It witli drastic drugs. I'slie's nianopsin is noted for its speed in giving relief; its harmless- ness, its cm-lain, unl'ailing action in regulating sick. sour, gassy stomachs. cures in Indigestion, iljsnepsia. gastritis and other stomach tnmnic has made it famous tho world vfr. Keep this pertect stomacii doctor In our il. a large fifty-cent case from any nan and a German." She claims that she has been injured in her reputa- tion and has lost the hospitality of icr friends through tiie alleged state- ments of the clergyman. In his state- ment of defence, which has also been filed, Rev. Mr. Boyle makes a gener- al denial of the charges. It is inti- mated that evidence to be produced for the plaintiff will go to show that ;he high cost of living had something to do witll the strained relations be- tween the Boyle and Hill families, lioth of whom lived in tile same block. Tho switching of a periodic supnly of country butter from the minister to tlio Hills will figure in the story to bo unfolded In court, it is said." fj ARTILLERY ACTIVE' ON WEST London, Nov. offi- cial bulletin on the front in and Belgium issued to- day, reads; "During the night tho enemy artillery was active against the right of our new front south of the Ancre. North of tlie river a patrol was driven off. A A A A