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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. SEPTKMBEn in, 101* vilF. LKTimmiMH'; daily ihj.i;ai PAGE N11n*E SAYS A DELEGATE Quebec, Quo.. Sept. If). - 'i'lio Trades An I Labor eoiiEre.su this morning listened In different delegates. Thono present arc: John Hancock, rnpr-i-enllng the British Trades nml I.ithor council; Stuart A, Iluywnvil, Buffalo. V^ho spoke for llio American I'edeni-1 u or l.nlior. and Mian Rose ScIiihiI-i.frinnnii. Now York, of the Women's ; Leaijue or America. I Win W.ir First Duty i Mr. Hancock. dlscussliiK labor's lli.-.t tinty. said It was lo win the war. Its next was lo tlio men who liml survived ili� ilaiiRcr of the. trenched, sons and air Suitable employment, wilh I'nod pay must bo. provided for thorn. Knj-.li.ili labor had decided. Disabled men must he plaeotl beyond the reach 'of want. Mr. HaneooK said thul tin: llrilisli Kovornnionl, durliiK the Rood frnde nioi-emoul after Die end of this war, mast sot a foot a hip. national Hi'li�iiii'. like rehoiisliiK, i'lilaiTlnc (schools and buildltiK railways and can-nix. In order to absorb lahor that could not ho taken up when deniobllizinK came. If thhi work did not ahHorh nil I ho mnn it nilcht In- necessary to in-itisimi llii> school at:'1, abolish all overtime and even reduce the wnrkliiK days in Ihe week Helping the Women Miss Schiioiderninnn explained that the women's !ea:;ue was formed for the piirpo.ii) of iihnlishini; the ureal difference in salaries paid lo men and women for the name work A motion ticnl lo the cohki-oss hy (he Hamilton Trades and l.ahor conn-rll. seeking to secure the appointment nf a commission to 11 x the price of all the necessities of life iii Canada, brought out an animated discussion. Resolutions adopted during the ntor-lliiiii; advocated tlie removal of all old ill paper and the kalsomlninK of Iwalls before new paper is applied; the iiiiikinr of votliij; hours '�> ,i in. !o S p in. Ami thii standardization of prices, and weight, of broad. Immigration Office Closed The itiiiiiinrallon office at I.othhridKe was c(o�i!i( (din wflok by the Dominion Kovnrnniem, at. leant, for the. duration of tho war. Tlio Inspector Mr. Prim rose, received notification of tho no lion of tho government till* week. Just what. nrnuiKomonts will bo made for the securing of passports to cross the border, has not yet boon' ascertained Tin' passports havo up to the present been Issued through thiH office.. TIiIh action linn been contemplated by tho Kovernmont for some time II. Ostium! for the defendant. The | cn.se of r.onttlo vs. l)otlpi> f'ounly hand' (!n. was struck off the lists, settlement.! ponding. McMillan vs McKwon was | struck off the lists, while that of Ma-' (piire vs llenKerty vh Vyo wns with drawn Tl"' oiiko of Demi vs. Asulnl I hola. MiihIc Co. was flxed for I'/iday. I ;!7th Judi;e McNeil pi-naulml. ' | 10 BUS. TO ACRE ! ALBERTA AVERAGE I Dominion Bureau of Statistics | Makes That Estimate of i Wheat Yield Tlin rases disposed nf at District Court since yesterday morning Were as follows: An action by Anderson claiming the num of I3�G and costs as danniKOH for moneys paid for a hinder purchased from 111" International Harvester l'o and ilama^es suffered on account of hnlni? dnlnynd In rnttinK. Hall and Cinneron nppunrud for the plaintiff and Johnstone and RItchi for tho dofendiiiit. JudKment. was given for the plaintiff. A clnltn of Graham against Mnlr, el. al . for work done and material .supplied for $41!.Of,, interest nnd costs, was dlnmlssed with costs. Hull and t'anioron uppnared for the plaintiff ami Hurrls Imd I'nhner for tho defendant JuilRmant w�g reserved |n the rime of I[oldersou vs. I'nrlriKht, et. l!i wlilrli the plain tiff put in n rlnlin for damnKes sustain i'd whllo riiKaftrd in work on a well drllllim maclilne. for *4hi>.T.11 and roHlr,. II. Ohduiiil ippeareil for lloldersoii. Conj'beari' and l'o.. for HcrogRin, and Hall and Cnmeron for t'artrlKht. In the case of the Internallonal llarvrs ter ('.. vp Johnson. Johnstone and Ultchlo appeared for the plaintiff and j S. S. Iiiinharn for tho ilofrniiiint. The I plaintiff sued for the kuiu of $5f>..':">, i the iiniiiiint ov a lien.nolo. Judcment . wan nlvori for Hie plaintiff nciordliiK I to term* of consent to judKmetit ) TJio claim of the llondnrson Gnrnge I iiRnlnat Mistro ns the maker of a wonlilom cheijue presented in pay-mont, wait dismissed w'th insts. I). l| Kltou appeared for the plaintiff mid Ottawa. Sep!. If. All nvernre yield of 12'i hiiHliels an acre for spilnn wheat and Wnshels for fall wheat for all (lannda was nlvon hy the liom Intou hurrau of statistics In It i pre llminary estlniate of average yield per acre for the principal grain crops in t'anadu during I'.ilS. Last year fall wheat averaged Jl'v IiiikIk-Is an acre, while tor the 10-year period. 1!�US-1T. tlie uvci'uko 'VBs 'J'.', hilslitd.s. H]>rinK wheat iivernced l."'1^ bushels last year and IS* bushels for the flecenninl period. For other crops, tin- respective a�es are in biishn)s. (lats. as iiKaiiint and Hurley. Hs anainst j.: and Flax. four, lis uKaluM ''.'-j For the prairie provinces the mated ylehls per acre are. Manitoba--Wheat, :',S\; barley, y.i't ll-V W '.' 1! divi aver tc i llll-Jti-I: oa, rl. flax. I' of Sasknt cliewan : bnrley. j-u Alberta Wheat barley, 1 ; rye About l.iiiio.tlfiii i.�!r..: bushels (�i o, iliiii.li.iil bushels i,i" stock iii i'aiiada a crop year. A comparatively i Ins i-craln Is in tin mors, the reports most absolute rleaiani. their I'.ilT slock 11' -.:; 1.".; flax, oats. ! (ILLs'.-. la.\, , i, "|, ol waeat. rh-y. and i reinai'ied In 1 clore (,.' tlie small port inn o: hands of 'he far indlcai inK an al by farmers i>:' Tho Montreal (iazr.tte lias ;n.sennits price to three cents a copy. London, Sept. 19.-Th� fr,.-i,,er Russian empress and ten"- pen cesser and two grand duchn-as.-t, whose names are not irp?rt:d. were burned to death about n month after the Russian empcrw was shot, according to a 'itoiy renchinn London. The source of the story is tpvcn consideration in some (pnrt^is and an inver.tl(jation lis-.. b"i;n started. WJIEKK (iKAIN EMl{,\!i(i() HAS BEEN l.ll'TE!) Winnipeg. ^:'|'J,t. I'.'. sueil l;nt nil'llt. the bcvl -s'lipervlsors c.uicelied tin-the shipment of wheat nu .. sub-divisions mi the (' 1' I: . and (J.T.I*. railways, 'i'li visions affected are as lei:- (MM! .-*wif I'lirreti'. ! Sliaunavon. Wilkh- iCury inclusive I; Kerrohert 11�"� i ls\ei'Utivi's of !in> splniv : i t omnieiided that work ' � the understand;!!}.' that ai. IllK cnmm;tt.'" will In. a;  pndiilsed l.> 1'reiiiier l.lo; I ' , KEAR LOSS OF CRM: ( nba.l', On: . Sept. in. i ;. .'ippro.vlmately fl.iaie.eee i rops nf tanners alonn 1 if railway befv.een Cobalt at) � is threatened unless dry ��� in and unless a law nu:; ' iners be .-e, ared in do tie- n . People's Forum Coinmnnlratlons under tl. i:)il�t bear the liiynaln: writers. TO vvin this war every ounce of the strength of each of the allied nations must be put forth to meet the organized, trained and disciplined efficiency of the Central Powers-that gigantic, ruthless force which is the result of fifty years of planning and preparation. And every ounce of every allied nation's strength is in the hands and brains and hearts of the individuals of each nation, because they are free peoples. Now the individuals of each nation must live as well nr> fight, therefore a proportion of the effort and material of each nation must be diverted from war purposes to living necessities, So the less each individual takes for himself or herself for personal use the more effort will there be left for fighting and winning the war. Every cent you spend represents that much effort because sojiiej^ody flsust do something for you in ordrr to earn that cent-somebody's effort must be giw'u to you instead of to the war. Therefore the less you spend-the less of somebody's effort you take for your individual use-the more will you leave in the national surplus for war effort. The war can be won only by the surplus strength of the allied nations. The money each individual saves represents that surplus strength. So the truly loyal Canadian will use less, spend less, and save more, to help to win the war. ' Published under the Authority of Tlie Minister of Finance at Ctruui*. A FOR _F6VERSEAS| ____ in � ......mi Hn m PMAISE FOR N U RSI Nf. Kdiiioinon. Alta.. S' l-Mitor Li'thln ulue ller.ih' I.ethlu id;;.'. Alberta. Hear Sir. Inn mi, a ic-LetlibrldK" I had the p-,, vrstiiMtlllK tlie v.Mid, ,,; � Mission thai has lot : .en,-conducted under the ,rd�� a local committee id v, 'i W. llobinson is the pie Tiliey ttl sup'-iiutiii'i. ;.' This Is a Hue el jil ...  ic fort which lias t;r"at vai'H conditions, hut in the with its attendant wa.-life. tho value uf sip mother of halites lionet of its aspects. The Id every child today is , ailing i the ISSION l'.'ls tic .\ a year.. CIllll.UI' i'h .Mint and m; cal � oeial i f ;e under any iays of war of human wori. to tbc � d is hut one itnl health o! iinltii- a mai- ler of concern to the fur. once of the nation Ti  Known as the child \Velf.::i wlilr-li has appeared o:il-. Cuu.Tdli. has therefore !' at a .sIllRlr hoiiral, one n. till and �:omniiimUni: aloti HlrilrtlTn movenients ol Inasmuch as it is rones conservation of child It' The children are (he ; tilll bs8''|k of the iiatinti InK MIhhIoii is thorefoic of llie tlme.s and is r.-n vlco of Rrcat value, not molher and children, bu and the nation. Th �e pert.ian  tlliivi Illent : e niovenii'iit recently jn iituii nlnitiet tlie most yj-' all the cnil. tliene days, ted with ihe : ealest pn|i n This N'urs-: iKht abreast !� rim; a ser only to ihe ' to the city promoters of this institution i.ie lo be o labor romniendation siiouhl aiM> he offer- j oil the Rood people of ui' . it^:, inriiid-: ins the city authoriiie- in:- their ve hponse to appeals for a-s lance. Jko I Just express the hop. that others may join the circle of � $6.50, $7.50, $8.00 and $8.50 SATIN AND SILK PETTICOATS Cood wearing qualltler, in shade* of blue, ms". ipen. �;r purple and black Special Value at...........$5.00 More New Coats For Ladies Tweed Coats $19.00 up to $35.00 Velour Coats $32.00 up to $50.00 Beaver Coats $27.50 up to $35.00 Plush Coats, plain, $35 up to $60.00 Plush Coats, fur trimmed, and full silk lined......$50.00 to $80.00 Girls' Coats.....$7.50 up to $16,50 ----------_ SILK WAISTS Of rrepe, georfieiio. lialmlai and finest voiles. The very smartest uovepjes shown by eastern manufacturer!!. Crepe de Chine Waists, $5.00 to $8.50 Georgette Waists $6.50 to $12.00 Striped Habutai Waists......$5.00 Very Fine White French Voiles, $3.00 up to...........$6.50 BLACK OR WHITE HABUTAI WAISTS $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00 New cotton effects, dainty and delhiite om-broidory iIosIkiis in all tin- pretty shades. A Swell Range of Newest Silks Now Ready PLAID OR STRIPE SILK ",n .ni lie- wide in a bl'K rnllit" of eoloriiiKs. marked al $2.90, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 METEOR CREPE �I" inches wide for best dress,--. Mean t.lul . oioriims. p'T yard .............. 3.75 Watson's Fall and Winter Underwear on Sale Complete stocks of tins famous line of Knit Undergarments for men, women and children. COMBINATIONS FOR WOMEN V neck, short sleeves: hiph neck, lotsK s'li'iio.s; also low neck without sleeves Selling at $1.50, $2.50, $3.00 up to $5.00 GIRLS' COMBINATIONS Medium or lo-avv weight. $1.50 to $3.00 MEN'S COMBINATIONS Klastic ribbed or flat woven. $2.50, $3.50, $4.00 and up to $6.00 BOYS' COMBINATIONS I-Tnl or elastic ribbed a'yles. Medium m heavy weight. $1.50 up to $2.75 TWO-PIECE SUITS FOR MEN. WOMEN AND CHILDREN Similar qualities and welRlits lo the combinations in lonfi or - hort sieeve styles at, per Kiirment $1.00, $1.50 and up to $3.00 FOR GENTLEMEN SWELL NECKWEAR JUST TO HAND Each, 50c, 75c, $1.00 up to $1.75 HOLEPROOF SOX lihieli and colors 40c, 50c and 75c PYJAMAS AND GOWNS In flannelette, Ioiik cloth and fancy stripe oxfords. $1.50, $2.00 and up to $4.00 SCOTCH TWEED CAPS Stuart slvles. properlv iniule t $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 SOMETHING NEW IN SWEATER COATS FOR WOMEN AND ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES BRUSHED WOOL SWEATER COATS $9.00, $10.00 and $12.50 PLAIN KNIT WOOL COATS $7.50, $9.00, $10.00, $11.00, $13.00 Solid and combination colors. Upcoming shades of rose, paddy, emerald, brown, peach, purple, | taupe, wine and black, t'ome in and i�e them. Make Your Selection Early of all Ready to wear, both in Outer and Undergarments --As prices will be higher on any repeats we are forced to make a little later in the season. Then, again, vou get best choice while the stocks are new. THE SIMPSON CO., LTD. Fourth Avenue Near Pott Office 1 �drome In BelKluin, Hays an official I statement from ihe admiralty today. Iln air flfilitinK. 11 German airplanes | were destroyed. ONLY COSTS $20! Geneva. Sept. IS.- Ileleased from military prison from IlulKarla. .so Hrl-tish soldiers. IncludliiK seven officers, have arrived here in a very weakened condition. It was apparent their-suf-ferliiKs had been more .severe than those of allied prisoners in Germany fun) Austria. Gnu of tlie officers in .sneaking uf the t rent men! he tecehed declared the Unitarians would remain Orientals nnd would never become civilized or Kuropounized. lie said tho country was hcKinuiiiK to ntarve owiiiK to the exploitation of foodstuffs by Germany. In Sofia, a dinner costs $.0, a pair of shoes $&'(), ami a suit of clothes $20�. ThroiiKlioiit DulRaria, he added, feel-mtf uKainsL ihu domlnoorlns Germans Is iiicroaiunjr. PROTEST PROHIBITION , IMPORTATION OF WINES Washington, Sept. 19.- l-'rancc. in a communication transmitted by Ambassador .lusseraud thrnunh Ihe slate department to the senate foreign relations coininilteo today, joined Italy. Spain and I'ortut'.al In ptotcHlim; iiKalnst the provision iu ihe war pro hlbition bill to prohibit the imports lion of wines CROIX DE GUERRE TO COL. CORNWALL Kdmontoii. S/-pi. IS. - Word has beer received by Mrs Cornwall that her husband. i.t.-Col J. K. Cornwall. D.S.O., who left Kuinouton In com niniid of the 21 Nth (Irish Guards) battalion, and who wen! to France, in charge of a construct ion battalion, has been awarded the croix de fcuerrt in recognition of his service! by thi French r.ovei nmeni. In l'JOO there were fifty automobile; owned anil npented In San Franclico AMERICAN WOMEN SAY UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER Evnnsville, Ind., Sept. 19.-"Unconditional Giirrender," Is demanded ol the German nation in a resolution sent today by the War Mothers of America, represented American women with sons at the trout, holding their convention hero, to President Wilson, Gen. Pershing and the American troops at the front. BOMB BRUGES DOCKS Loudon, Sept. IS.--British army and naval aviators In the last -IS hours havo dropped 111 tons of bombs on the Uoeks at Hruges and u German air- Ready Mixed Paint I have on hand a large quantity put up in five gallon packages. COLORS GREEN, SLATE, GREY, CREAM AND WHITt To clear I am offering it at reduced prices. House Paint. Regular $4.25. Sale Price $3.75 gallon. Barn Red. Regular $1.75. Sale Price $1.35 gallon. Shingle Stain. Regular $1.75. Sale Price $1.35 gallon. White Lead. Regular $24.00 per 100 lbs. Sale Price, $20.00. SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR QUANTITIES. ARTHUR HAYR P. O. BOX 275 OFFICE 416 FOURTH AVE, �, MAIL YOUR ORDER TODAY, CO.D. 7 ;