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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THimSDAY. SEPTRMBEH 12. t�> 1 Fl SYRIANS AND ZIONISTS; EXPRESSES APPROVAL OE LEAGUE OE NATIONS :,:�;�'f il addresses from ih:- o ib puiatioms rep pit pe ent im.' the Armeni.n committee o; >'a Maurbesi"r. !> Syrian \smm i.itbm ' tti� of Mi;�n-)i.--t�r ate) Ijii- '/..!.!�> ��.;!;: ' ,'"(?'' "�;ii:>t)i� - " w .1.) v.-re : ciiii � i"^ f,l by ,(!� m-t-i o: k'Vui--. S .:� M.-i '�; w't liykos. .i - T'ao A'ill- ::iai: .i-i i li  - - - �.�..,) e", who--' ii.jle'.oy of \.srt . eit:ie!>,i ]\ ": lYoedom-lnvtuu: people in roiird aim ;i- Ihfir I'm-m I' 1-� - Syr i.nis preson'ed .uldro-- -ei '''B in Croat | th. .*l.!oyd (o>ori:e for his pe-.- '*i,i! hi:- 'Vs in tlio future or thoir fr!:inv.,-,>tmt... troops a: �;io deli^ end  � r Iiriijsh p 'Mini.i a;.,! �:n; r tJ. o:  t'.io . Ken ,:nt;\ id li . .Ope . run: 'Hi '."-ire o: a:- ir.ajesiy's :!' tha' U'� '-:a lens; oak in i; :..>o I Hi have suffer,-,! under Turkish lOilM ot'ce �).>;.� enjoy 111.- Lb---;-. You Will Recommend Our Dental Work to Your Friends AIAYAYS' :n pra -tic-- w-. nc! labor invoivcl rae'n aii'l ''vo-y ;-i.it ioti - who oonio.i to r- � v..; i'i" (,f our . ..:t-::ii .:i. l!--oroh.ir.-' 'vi' 'el': yon th" eo *: - - a Iway-twMpran-bn* ti'itil we oan *i>y "'.'iw '�- a of vivk. v-U ij.ir.r and satisfactory." we do r.'O pronounce- i"i" war;: "com-p'.-'t-." So yt.-i p i:;r '.villi pi id" to the �")-i 1 sr � or '"da'"" wo mad" for you �nd you will li-.'.l your friends .viiT-- i' wiif m:n!>'. A'.-o wiii yon I'll i!;vm til a - - �  v wiu'i-li will oiiiit'lo tliom to robuild ih'- rlifii'o of ijvili.i.it inn and i>;-�sp"i-- .!\ to Willi il ;-i\ i i'l'.ttlt'iOS Of Ottlllllllll :;. ranny and mi-Mil'- tt.ivc lu'oiiirlit ruin | ami di'solation." i Jewish Deputation j Tho address, of t'ao .! wish iloputa-iion. whioli was luadod by a distill- : uui.slM-il Xionis'. Natnim Sokalov, ox-jiro-si'd warm iiratitudo for tho sov- I cnuiH'in's ilorlaraiinn of Nov. ::. V.MT. ! and for ;ho liolp vvliich tho !;ovi'vumont | was oxiomlini; to tho .lowish pooplc ;o li'iiiiip. thoir nmii'tit naiional Homo. . I; also i-vprossod tho liopo that, for ; iio sain' nf tlio small nations ih.-o.imh.-out tin- world. stniPKlltiK to osoapr from tho (lormatt pooi'li's' pitiloss do-sir.' m lonqip'st. tho allies would a' an rarly date see th" downfall nf Her-raall ('Civ e;-. Tlio l>v�mior's I'Mdy to tlio /.iouists s\,l- a-- Wdlnw-: 'It wiMl feelinus .0. '.'a-, uio-i urait'fu! sa". :~fai lion tha! 1 ;:> e..|.: your ,. Iiiro**. file aspira-liens whieii :ho mul;itudes of your i.o" s, ,,:iei t..| tirouchout the world fnuii i a natural respons.' in tho minds ,'f i!in>" responsible for tho i;ovorti- . men! of this , nuniiy. lueauso th"y are ,ii permanent aeeord with iho sonti :i'e?i:s of th-' prim-'iples of (.Iroat Bri-' a i n. f-'or Le.igiif of Nations. i'leaiie." Moyd (ieoree said he was all for a li-arriie of nations and tliat. .n I'.ui a league a!rm-il" for iiro rnai ieiiai rich's were now �i !' mil" of nations 'I'o mil all war.-.'' ;!.e premier said. "We nr.l.-t ilUpO-e ;i iluVlllllo peiU'e up- on ir.ir ene:uy. Tho Prussian military power inns' no' only bo beaten, but lb nil in y her-elf must lnow and tile lierraa-i p 'nple must brow that their rubr- H.ivo imtraee.) tiio law- of iiu-uiani'y and that rrussian streupta e,n-ii'.o ]irot"ot them fvoin punishment. Must Be Last War. 'This inn*; he tho l,,>t war.'' Mr ijovd i;.'nrs;o -aid 'liie-,'- lei us be �n-'.i d :i:a; i':;o es'abli-him-nt of a i'-.'-.-!.'" of nations \vi;himt ji'i-.ver w\\\ in itself -eo, hoi.h .--iifforins from stomaih (toiaitgouieu'. On Tuesday niortiiui; about four o'clock Mrs. t'raiK. intoudinc; to nive. hov younpost. son i aseata. through sufforiiii; from the pain in her eyes and her impaired eyesight, made tho tevriblo mistake ut KAiin; iodine ,n-r-'ead. l-'ortunateiy the error was at once detected and Dr. John tlilbvpic hastily sunuuonod. who gave instructions to bo carried out immediately and in a remarkably short time arrived at the t'rais ranch and to the aid of the did-trai-t>-d parent!:. On Wednesday the little pronounced "out of danser' parties so Kreatly indispo-vd IVi.OVCi itig." Fifty New French Pattern Hats on Display, and Sale Friday and Saturday Priced at $10 and $20 each boy was and all "speedily This is undoubtedly the finest collection of high class hats ever shown in Lethbridge and we cordially invite the women of this city to look through these stocks on Friday and Saturday whether you are wanting to buy or not. Wc are in a position to offer values, the like of which you will not see elsewhere.-We are introducing this new department and having very little expense in connection with it, are selling our finest models on as close a margin of profit as we sell our staple merchandise. Just one of a kind, all exclusive with this store. Miss Watson in Charge CI ARKF Xr CO 614 3rd Avenue South \-'J-l**fVIV�-' �^ V^^J. Lethbridge - Alberta Tii" only sure foundation a lea- Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. a vi Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE--3 CRIST ALL BLOCK. nations, the premier =aid. was ry for tin a'lios. Peace mas; !> "f - kind, i'i' added, that coinai'-tid:- i'.-if the common son-.....n.-!��' peace has been .secured. v,e ,-a:i pro; wit'.t a elear ' UlM ieliee ,'il build It]) a lleW World.'' Kdu'.onton ILLINOIS VOIE. Medill McCormii-k Ueats Mayor Thompson for Kcpulflican Nomination TIH OR SIDE OF CASE IN FERNIE INTERVIEW �a ': � � .: " Dm H-i.-.l.n I ernii'. Sepi. 11.- The Honors in-rview palili.-'u. d in the Herald has en the cause of much comment. A upon President Hunter and Sec-iry Martin, of (Hailstone Local, 1 LIVING ROOM FURNITURE BEDROOM FURNITURE CHILDREN'S DEPT. DRAPERIES CROCKERY A WD EN ROS 3RD AVENUE SOUTH. LETHBRIDGE (i The season for Home Furnishings has arrived, || our immense stock of furniture, carpets, linoleums, || curtains, draperies and crockery make your task j| easy and profitable. Come and look ovr" oi' block and compare our values. LINOLEUMS Another shipment of Piutch Inlaid and I'linuM l.mobums placed in stock at tlio old prtr-s.. a lar^e range of patterns to si-loct from. Oilcloth, lineal yard...................$1.50 Printed Linoleum, lineal yard......$2.25, $2.50 Inlaid Linoleum, lineal yard.............$4.50 LINOLEUM RUGS The utility rug that pays. Lays perfectly flat on the floor and won't t�ar. A heautlful range of colors and designs suiiahle tor any room. COME AND SEE THEM WE PREPAY FREIGHT Crockery Department A FEW SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK END TO MAKE YOU ACQUAINT YOURSELF WITH THE FACT THAT WE HAVE A CROCKERY DEPARTMENT AND THAT OUR VALUES ARE RIGHT. S.-PIKCF. DINNER SETS. Two only. ?'-mi-porcelain, wild roae flecoratiuii. A beautiful set. at. an except i'Viialh- ]ou- prhe '^ir..........30.00 Another one. of -.lapauese China, hand painted, gold band  villi rose decoration. Good buy-ing at, the regular price $ii>.i>> r.ne r.ri.- iiicum-beiir. having lieen nominate,i at yst.>r-day's primaries by a plurality of ili'.-neu on the basts of available returns, over Mayor William Th-mipson. of Chi-auo. and C.msre^siiu.d IMward Foss. Will reports from !a"a preeincts out of t'.'T".. oat-id" of Coo!-, nullity, it'lii-iuhoi. McCormii k had a piurality* otii--ide of the metrojuilis estimate! at Tf'.iinii. Mayor Tiumipsou ' arried the > ity by IT."'"!, fewer than one-third of the norma! number of voters koIiii; to the poll- Former Gov. II.chard Yates an 1 William Mason, incumbent, wc." nominated by the llepubllcai'.s for consres?. men-at-liirRe. althfilish Mason had been opposed because ,,f jij.a alleged attitude toward the v.nr. They will contest the election with M. II. Cb-ary and \Y. !�".. Williams. 1 temoorat s. Another congressional candidate whose opponent- attacked his war policy was Fie'l .\. iirittoti. but he carried tin- Xii.'ii district over Fletcher Doliyus, inariy Hire" to one. Neils .luul. congres.-:nan from the .Seventh district, �whose official attitude toward the war had been iiuestioned during the campaign, was nominated by a companitively small margin over M. A. .Michaojuon, a Thompson supporter. .Minority leader of th* house, James ft. Mann, of the Second congressional district, was nominated for re-election without opposition, as was Joe Cannon, of the isth district. .Mr. Cannon is seeking his jJnd term in congress and will be opposed by only one other candidate, a .Socialist. iiroi].',-ht o"t tip- miners' present deadlock, which different from the side your reporter by 1'resiib When ask' -ular Mr. I contrary to ii was clear the different side of the is decidedly presented t > nt Rogers. (I to state in what parti-toto.-.o staienionts were loir conception of fact-, from tiiei- answers, that e rests upon a very wide T London. Sep'. l'J. - I'rinee Frederick Charles of I less,. i,as declared his willingness to receive the crown of Finland ,says a di-patch to the Kxchange Telegraph Company from CnpeiihaRfm today, The prince is now visiting Finland, accompanied by *a Wrong guard and ha.- engaged in conferences Willi political leaders in the different cities he ha- passed through. The Finnish parliament is summoned to meet on .Sept. _'t; for tlio election of a king- I'rinee Frederick CJinrles is a brother-in-law of ihnperor William, having married th" emperor's youngest sinter. HOLD IL END. SAY THE WOMEN Paris. Sept. I:,'.--The executive committee of the congress -of women of the. allies contributing lo war work-has addressed a message to the women of the allied nations, emphasizing the solidarity of tlio women r.o-opor-ator.i in war .-srvice in the various countries. The meRsage adds-. "The word mu�t be to hold till Ihe end. to remain united behind the Armies, and to alleviate the burdens of the soldiers and comfort them. Tho courage of the ,Kv->�td' women shows us the way and we must follow to bunion the hour of victory." basis, and to answer them would take a great deal of care and time, % To begin: they wor- disposed to teat lightly Mr. Rogers' statement that would be doubling the danger of'death from k;i- explosions to have twice the number of men working .it the >anie t till'-, lis would be tin-case if the single shhl system were to tak" iin- i ,. of th" present double, shiti nig. That tin- im -c- of gas would follow 'he production of a larger tonnage op one shift, was not denied by tiie-e miners, but they contended that a rest of sixteen hours would conduce to better -.aiViy by having the ventilation system clear till pans of the mine during the long rest, and that the tendency to settle the" overhead strata, which the result from the decrease in extending: the faces where the faces were extender! in area, accessary to turni-h working places for all the men at the lace for only eight hours, would result in the placing of but two sets of timber, where, under the present system four sets would have to be placed within the twenty-four hours, in order to keep the roof supported as i' should lie. Not "Work" So Much. In other words, tho mine would not "work" nearly so much when the faces were driven a short distance, as is the case where they tire being driven much farther during the day and night shifis, and, consequently, not. nearly so much gas would be thrown off in proportion to coal moved. They also pointed out to the press man that, it was strange, that while. .Mr. Rogers seemed to shrink from the responsibility of doubling the number of men exposed to deaih if an explosion should take place when all the miners were in (lie mine at woik, his company should be willing to take this risk providing I ho men would agree to having three men in a room, or would consider a siuglu shift provided a reduction of T'.j cents per ton on contract, coal would be accepted. The Interviewed hero undertook to interview the. interviewer, and wanted lo know wluiI be thought, about such a 'profmsilIon, but as Ihe pump handle was rigged lo Work the, olher way, no results followed. A Side Light. Another matter developed during the interview which throws a side light, on the conditions under which the miners have to work, and that is the fact that in double shifting much dissatisfaction resulted from two sets of men working in the same room on different, shifts. Two good miners might be working on one shifi and leave (heir working places in good shape lor (he two coming after; these two might prove, i.o be, and often do turn out to he the kind that shifts all things possible upon the other fellow, regardless of stpiare dealing. If the single i.hift was adopled. two men would have the same room and would find their face just as they bad left it the day before. Stand By Reports. The minors seem disposed to stand by the reporl.5 and recommendations of such men an Engineer Rice, government inspectors and mine, inspector.?, aud are firm in their contention tilj)t these reporls justify them lu taking Ihe si and they have, and the fo�|lng seems lo be lbut they will iHlise lo reliuii lo work uolwith-/t�ftiJiii|;' thti jjlaMuiuni* tbiaft lk*y are breaking agreement.-. They ehiini thai, all agreements are based upon the management taking nil necessary precautions to safeguard the lives of the miners, and they insist ihat in tile face of the official reports, the management ha- failed upon it part to live..up to the most vital part of all agreements. Want a Conferencs. Th" meetitic: at Mb hot yesterday afternoon resulted in the mine officials present resolving to bring about a conference with government and mine officials at th" earliest date possible. Secrelnry Martin received a telegram from the Ilrul" Local today-stating that that local was prepared I to sianil by the locals of the Ph-s in I thoir stand for a single s'aift. to thei hum. No Other Developments. j No other developments of any kind have taken place here today and in the absence of President lligg- and other district officials, no n'-ws of an : authentic nature is to be had. Struck By Train. I A Chinee barber, named Louie; (!;-. i'e; - W.l i Vitlg. � ho keeps- sitop at Hosmor. r:n ! struck by a moving train In tho yard-lice yesterday, and severely Injun-!. He v. as discovered by one of brakemen. and was taken to the nio hospital in an 'ambulance, jl, in an uiii'onscii c.- state, and is st.il unconscious though Dr. darner cut� -.-tains hope- that he will recover. Are Transferred. Consuls b'a-itiusseti and Wakeflcl 1 have been notified that they are tn Ie- transferred to other fields, Mi. Il;i-HHI -I'll to Moliktou, N. II. and Mr. Wakefield lo I'rinee Itiip.-rt. H.C. Consul Norton I-'. Fraud, now stationed, at Salinas I'rti/, Mexico, is to take the Fernie Consulate. Consul Brand has been in tlio consular service but one yoHr. and ho ii a graduate of the I'niver-ity of Minm -sola, a lawyer who has practiced the St. Paul and Minneapolis ooun . He has been official editor of th" official Gazette in th" Philippine Island-, a manager of a nursery company for four years in Alber'a. chief inspector of the forestry service, and has been pastor of a church at Itno-evelt. -Minnesota. He must be considered a.i all-round man, capable of filling th" I'crnie poillon with snt isfhv! io... though he follows a lino of most excellent official- �im have graced I'nele Sam's coiia'rc In- iheir gener.'.'. good qualities ami high standing a. individuals. Street cur fares arc likely to b" increased in Ivlmontou again. e THE SALVATION ARMY Red Shield Campaign SEPT. 12, 13,14 A committee of prominent business men of Lethbridge have undertaken to raise *^000 for Salvation Army work, for the "Boys Over There" and the Children at Home This is the first general appeal on behalf of the Army. It should be supported. IF YOU GIVE, EVERYBODY GIVES Fill in blank pledge below and mail today to Mr. R. T. Brymner, treasurer of the fund, Manager of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, Lethbridge, Alta. THE SALVATION ARMY RED SHIELD CAMPAIGN Date I hereby subscribe the sum of to the Red Shield Campaign Fund. NA.MK ........................... DOLLARS AimrtKss Payment in full is eaincslly retiuested. If this is not possible il is desirable that pledge be paid in full not later thau three montho from this date. Subscriber may allocate. Ills subscription as be may elect by ondor.iuLtou uorcon. Make Cheques Payable to Treasurer Red SrTleld Campaign Fund. G. B. MacKAY, Chairman 0. R. OLIVER, Secretary R. T. BRYMNER, Treasurer Help Save the Children 1 ;