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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FK11UY, SEPTKMBIW 21. MI7 T1TE LETimniDGE HRRALD PAGE1 DEATH OF INFANT The iloalll look iilntc al llardiovillo ycsicrdiiy of JLclcn Gollil. aged [our nlonlhs. Tile funeral vlll lafce plauo Iron) HID family i "'BldciiL-o Ilils after- noon al lour o'clock tu SI. 1'alricX's rliun-h. IntiTuieul ID SI. I'alrlfk's cemetery. Joint Flying Corps II. II. Dubsoii o( tills clly taa receiv- ed Ibat bis liiolher. II. K. Bob- ton. principal of the Oliver school, Kilmaiitoii. Sunday nlshl for (Vai Hordeii, where tio will.enter Ilio Itoyal Flying National Service Pledges The national service cards arc bclos Oi.HtrlliutcJ Ly Ilio Local Council o( Wmuen. P1IOXK 1050 f. King's AUTO LIVERY CITY AND COUNTRY TRIPS STAND: THE ARCADE (C'OSTISUED rjlOlf FlUXT 1'iOll Boulton's Auto Livery WE THE COUNTRY THOROUGHLY. SIX YEARS IN THE LIVERY BUSINESS- Phone 12O6 further Increase Ibis most undesir- able ImmlgrallOD. llic conercss favora llie InlrnducLlon of o literacy tosl so Ihal all Imiuifiranls shall be required lo tcad anJ wrllo In scxue IdiiguaEO or This resolution was tUe subject for Immediate discussion. Delegate H- faullnc, sUteJ Dial In oiilnlon there would bo hundreds ol Iliousamls ul Canadians going to Kur- oue to look lor Joljs. Tlial would Ue Ike condition prtvallln? after Ihc war. Oppoat Resclutlon Yice-I'rcsldeul James Simpson slat- ed Ihtil he would vole against Hits sec- tion of llie committee's report on the Brcunds that the workers were not In a position to determine the methods of education. Vlcc-rrealflcnt nice. M.P.P., al- so against the resolution, declaring that Ibo door should noi bo closed ugaEDSt such a manner. ]i would glmnly mean thai Ciimda would not Elvc workers the franchise because they "could not read or write. 11 would' be moro in keeping wltll the policies of trade unionists to endeavor to educate these people. Delegate H. Slcvonson, nnd Delegate nl'lilkof I were of tlic opinion that tUlfi resolution I would liar llie veiy pcoplo that Canada needed. Delegate Cliadwlck (Moose look up Ihe political side of Ihe ITUCB- lion and slated Ihal tho government I bail been nhle lo corral all the votes In Saskatchewan because of the eilst- Ine laws. Aliens naturally preferred I their own language to English, ho de- i clared. I Uclegate Joseph Wall I "Many who cannot pass a lesl sucli as I is iiroposed arc made victims THERES NO DOUBT Hat you get tbe maximum re-Urn for your money when you buy Zftio-Uuk, because Zara-Duk la iij medicine and anlmtl fat as olat- xocDts are. The herbal citracla and Yegctahle ells o[ which Xani-Uult 13 compose-J ere so wonderfully blended and re- fined that Zam-Duk posjessca un- usual power ol penetration. Instead of remaining on the surface skin, as ordinary olntmcnlsdo (owing totbo amount of coarse animal fat they Zam-Uuk literally noaka throuKb uulil It rcachca llie "root" of the disease, which Is always la the underlying tissues. Thea It cures from the "root" up, which. Is the on If thorough and peruaiicDt Yiaj of curing skin troubles, and Is v.'by succeeds when other treatments fall. Zam Buk Is best for eczema, pluiples, blotches, psoriasis, chronic gores. blood poUoalng. leeihln; rash, bolls, uiles, cute, burns and Ecalda. All dealers or Zam-Duk Co.. Toronto. 50c, boij 3 (or {1.25. I at our expense." Delegate Naylor (Vnncouvcr) salt! The Hudson Auto Livery 7-PASSENGER SERVICE Palace Confectionery Phones: Day-----MS Nig-IH- OTT'S AUTO LTVERY Day Phone Night Phone 787 that in the west Ihe Douhliobors had Buk Eranls ?hould be made to learn the French and English languages aa well As their language. Game; that systems ot collodion wero not satisfactory; lliat wer-fc dlBcrlujinalcd against Tor retus- log to contribute to the fund; that those In charge of Hie fund were not In a position (o Judge (be requlremeiils ol 9 soldiers' family 'and the ncucssi- Itles that'tkcy required On Cnoscrlpltan 'Ottawa, Seiit. the evening session of Hm Trades and Labor Con- gress, afier two or [bree amendments iiatl been voteil upon and Lost, the con- gress finally jmssccl Ilio following re- solutions ly a vote- ot 13G for lo 100 against, adopting the report ot Ihe ei- ecuilvo council svhh the of the committee 031 ofllters' reports, indicating llie altitude of organized la bor In Cauada in regard to ihu con FcrJpllou Issue: The Resolution "In 1315. Hi'-- Trades ar.d Labor con- grpis of Cani'lu. at Hie aanual convert- tlon held In Vauil the leK- islallon which will make tnr imiu-trKil conscription or the Interference with the Irade union movement in the taking care of the interests ol the or- ganized workers of this Dominion." FUSION CANDIDATE. Kegina. Sept. ilegina are being railed together i '.V." of appoint i committee (o nieci vvllU a Libel committee and bring out a fusion cl dldate for Lhe Hcgina federal eeat Washington, Sept. Ihc prob- able explanation of the detention of Swedish -ilijiloLaatli! mail pouches at Halifax, H was staled al the llrltlsh embassy loiJay Hint Swedish tic- r.oiulc mission before leaving Stock- hoi tu aakoJ permission to opoti In tlie course of their voyage a field bag con- taining confiOenUal dcKumr-nU to re- seal li Loforn passing the Inspection olJuerB. Such a procedure, officials of Hie embassy said, clearly would Inval Idate the principles hitherto observed In accordance with international law and the British government according' ly replied lhat they would give no un ilertakinB that such hag would be ex- c-upted from examination by ihc authorities. Tills bag Is assumed to be one of the (our held up for examination al Halt fai and concern ing which the Swedls! legation here Is uirlcistooil to hare made Informal representations to the slats department. ON FISHING TRIP. Ottawa. Sept. Robert Bl den left Ottawa this raorniDB fishing trip and will -be absent wl early in October. Sir George FoaJ acilng premier in hla absence. principle that might frustrate Hie car- ryjug into eflcrt of the act now in ex- istence. While the congress cannot Delegate Francis "11 I stultify Useli lu ihe ilugrecj! of cither would be a Krcat thing for Ihc capital- vriilidrawliig or contradicting Ihls year its firm and carefully thought-out views on conscription, as embodied In Ihc resolutions of 1915 and 1D1G, still under our prcEtnt form of government Ijts if they v.ere able to florid the country without, any trouble with im- iDlftrants. Delegate Hoop (Winnipeg-, support- ed the motion. He was of the opinion y rcfusciTto lake ui> Hie fiat (hero were tests to be passed al j intl ln hl3 opinion Uie unions. they should be compelled to learn It. i Uclegalo K. O'Dcll salcl On llie'otlier hand, Asiatics wanted 10 that a similar attempt had been mada send their children to the same. A. F. of h. to have legislation cliools as the while men and this was objected lo. itelcgate llichard Lynch was opposed to the literacy test. Iruml- Walt till you sec the six-cylinder OLD5MOBILE. 1 Showers1 Livery I -Day and Night Service. I Stand at While Lunch Phone 1127 ;S DRAYING Phones 1345 or 1356 Turner Witchell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St CoaIC.O.D. What the Press Agents Say DRAYING FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING i Pacific Cartage Co. J, D. Thomas D. Ferguion Phone 3SO HORSES For Sale DRAYING Of AH Kinds WesternTransferCo, Limited f. R. Fr.lghl PHONEI I willbe home with car load of good horses about Sept ANYONE WANTING GOOD HORSES GET BUSY. L f. BONNELl of Ihls sort enacted. In Canada or- ganized labor should fight for such a law when they did not want to side in ivlth the capitalists. Favor It Delegates J. Kennedy (Toronto) and J. Sullivan spoke briefly In favor of tho adoption of the literacy lest. I Delegate Sangslcr repre-! sentlng the clothing trade, said lhat his organization was more directly af- ecled by the question Ihan any other. jitcracy were absolutely neces- sary. The great evil In The clothing iradc.wna the amount of "lioiue work" :hat had (o be done. Delegate Caasidy oppos- ed the resolution. He slated that Can- adian workers worked In llussla un- der the conditions lhat the llussian workers afterwards overlbrovi-. JIc up- held Llic Donkhobors, saying that they were more Intelligent Ihan the Cana- dians in the fact that they were hap- pier, had better homes, no slums and bcter conditions. Whole Report Adopted Oilier' sections of the Immigration representatives report were read and finally the whole report was adopted. The report favors the central author- ity VhicH lias been established and and generally reversing the order of winch. In Britain, will take full charge things expected ol her. Perhaps her ot oil emigration even lo the extent hoydcnlsh ways were the outcome of licensing societies and censoring emi-1 the care-free life she lert RS a circus gratlon literature. The central author- he that as R may Vlole Ily Till (sauc its own literature. The .Afcrscreau show patrons of tha committee recommended that the. con-j Empress tonight just how a girl can gres.s endorse the principle of central j "cut up" doing anybody anj control and made the suggestion that: real liarin. Incidentally the circus rid i workers of the Dominion should have j or through a night of high soci 'direct ca.tlifs central AT STArtLAND One of the incidents in the Lasky- Pararaount adaptation of Gene Sirat- Inn Porter's celebrated novel "Freck- which will be seen at Slnrland la- night and'tomorrow, with Louise Huff nnd Jack I'icJuord as co-stars, occur- red when an old man Is supposed lo die. The old man was engaged aud placed In a bed. Deing a true photo- dramatic ariist, the old man looked up at Xcilan and said: '.Mr. Xellan, do" you want 'cm in or demanded Xcilan. "Do you want 'cm in or repealed the old man. " in or said N1 "ily replied the old man. Mr. Xellan finally recovered and said, "Out." At.pye poy the teeth were re moved and the extra person died at a toolhlusB old age. Especially good comedies will be shown in addition to Ibe feature. Copenhagen, Sept. Polltkcn today prints an hiteri-icir Ifcrr Lcubc1, Liberal member of Lhe German rciclisUg, in he says he Is con- vinced lhat the German reply lo Ihe peace nolc of Pope Jen edict, ivhich was unanimously adopted, will be couched In terms-in accordnnce wltb Ihc pcate rescliillon passed by Ihc rclchstag majority on July 19. Iterr Lcubc declares tliat nc and inosI of tnc German Liberals and. Soc- ialists consider thai tbe annexation oi Belgium or the' exercise of couirul over it would bo stupid. llerr Leube believes peace ivIU come by Chrisimas this year. Discussing Ihe attitude ol Chancel- or Michaelis, the rclclistag- member is Quoted as saying: "If Chancellor Ml- does :iol bring out proposals or the democratization of the Prus- sian electoral system as soon as the diet meets at tbe beginning of Oclohcr he will find his position one ol tbe grralcsl difficulty." EXPLOSION IN IRELAND. London, Sept, explosion has occurred In a munitions fac- 4 lory In Ireland, it was officially announced today by itie British war office. Nine persons were hilled. The number of Injured has not yet been ascertained, FEDERAL LEAGUE FILES SUIT. AT THE EMPRESS She was, indeed, a little terror, do- ing- (he wrong thing al the right timo You Can Do Your Bit in preventing waste by de- manding the whole wheat in breakfast foods and bread. Shredded Wheat Biscuit is 100 per cent, whole wheat grain prepared in a digestible form-- contains more real nu- triment than meat or eggs or potatoes and costs much less. Serve with milk or cream, sliced peaches, bananas or other fruits. Washington. Sept. was filed by Ihe Baltimore Federal League Dnsehall Club in the District ot Columbia supreme court today Ufa officials of Ilia American League, tho National League and others for S'JGG.QOO dam- ages under Ihc Clayton Lavr. c- o Soon you will have the pleasure of seeing the six-cylinder OLDSMOBILE in Lcthbridge. SODABISCUr Dainty, crisp sodas.madeeitl plain or with a little salt to givl them added FAIRY biscuit! are now packed cardboard carton! instead of a ing to you, yet our modem methc of distrib they reacl you snappy neu bcca they come reel from oven toj Most Grocers' them-' all can get Ihcm. North-Vest Biscuit Co., Lii Edmonton, Apocfn tf SnlitMi, 1 adtninlslraLive board. .The committee (urlhcr Tecommonu- cd Ihc hearty cmlorsalioa ot the re- jmrL referring tn "war widow's scheme of (he Salvation Army." This scheme Is Hi6 Commissioner Lamb had assurances from the Imperial ami )oinlnion governments that financial woulri be given to the KMlvalion lo nsslsl .Ihcm in'dealing '.vllli he war widow-problem. Tho coiiimltlec urged the retention or Lhe clause In the hnrattfrallon laws Phone 1717 -The- Atlas Transfer Jtaggam1 Kxjtress COAL C, Office al Frank Mllti' Slioc Slort Sheriffs Sale PROVINCE OF AUBERTA To Wit: Dy Tlrtue of a Writ of Kxccu- tlon Ibsned out nf (he Supreme Court of Alberta at the still of MarX M. Plaintiff -and John McCann, Defendant, and to mo directed agii.lnat the Gpmlg and Chattels oC John McGinn I hare seized and taken fata Ex- ecution the following Goods 'ana Chftllolfl, namely: THRESHING OUTFIT J. T. Case engine; Cockshntt Tlows, breflher IroKoma; iVIchols and Shepard Separator; Ditch- er; one and one half set drag harrows; 4 Wndons; 2 Binders and 2 Drills; Which I shall exiioqc for aalc on Monday the 24th AT McCANN FARM, 9 MILES 9OUTK EAST OF COALDALE At the hour of 3 o'clock In the M, YOUNG, Sherifr Judicial Lrthbrldge Office, Scpl. 13, 1917. is thc'object ol mucli conniving aud sclicnring on tno part of fond mammas, who wont Ihelr foppish sons to marry the girl and thus aunex her millions hutiii the end tho clrc.ns Ctrl -proves Irue lo her first love and nil ends happily. There arc no prob- lems, ciimes or espceial villainy in "The Little latest of Dlueltiril photoplays JusL Rooil, wholesome en- tertainment of the sort Dlucl.lrds havo Lccomc dcpendahly farnous for- Screen Magazine and Comedy, Purple Mast" ATTHEORVHEUM which holds that an immigrant must lave In his possession S2o. in summer nnd in winter months. "-ruc-rnRpiFn' The rtpHllon ol "The Bar bonusing agenta was sironglj urged Irom bi Ihc committee. _ novel, at Ihe Broadway thcatrr. In New Ynrli, this wonderful picture has nrovcA an amazirig success. It cap- tured the big audience nt the very atari. It hold them breathless through scene alter scene of swift, stirring" ac- tion. It called forth waves of applause aa the tlirUIIng-cIImaies were reach- ed. And all because "The Harrier'1 Is a great picture greatly development of the riholodr.v Passed Literacy Teit The was put lo a vole id passed.- t AH the above clauses (n (he general report were read separately anil'adopt- ed R3 a whole. .Tbo .auesllon faJttn under con- sideration was the report or the com-1 nutco on solillcrs" pensions. In Ihls report reads aa follows: "As ihc organization, through their Butter-Kist Popcorn ONLY PURE CREAMERY BUTTER USED. Fresh Roasted Peanuts STARLAND 315 6th St. 5. untied efforts have had the ot living, which the soldier because of military discipline has been denied, we consider that Ihc private's pay be Increased lo a .day with proportionate Increase for the nori- commls3loricd1 officcre, thus cGiisilcr- .balancing the decreased purchasing power of the dollar." Tho report further declares that as the absence of the bread winner plac- es the responsibilities upon those led behind, Inns naccsallallnpf more gen- erous treatment .towards the fimllles, "we tnCTfifore rccommcnrt (lint the sep- nratton allowance be increased not less than Cti per cent. And as the pen- sion recognized the rlghla of tho common law wife, we re- commend Hint provisions bo mndc In separation allowance. The administration of the patriotic fund H mftde '.he subject of a special sectfon In the committee's report. The alleged malahrfllnhtralfolf referred Eo Is thai when the funds were dlstrlbuied discrimination was shown; Lhat the. distribution of Lhe funds was often tainted, with charily ind savored of J TOH. i A unique phase of the IVcw York run unanimous In praise of "Th which Is liclng presented rnrner the auspices of Lewis J. Selzntck The enlirc prortuclloT! wsj made un dcr the direct supervision of Mr. Oeacl himself, ivlio organized Ihe flex Bench Viclurca Co. lo produce In moving pic turea his many popular Hotels. "The Barrier" will be seen at the Orphcum theatre again tonight. BLUEBIRD PHOTO-PLAYS Have You Heard the New Edison YOU ARE INVITED TO COME'TO OUR STORE AND SEE THIS WONDERFUL INSTRUMENT. HEAR THE RE-CREATION OF THE HUMAN VOICE. A machine for everybody. Come nosr, while TTC haye A, full range OL machines records. A full rango oC Amberola machines 'uid records always In slock. All EdEEon records are Indestructible. CASH OR TERMS. PRICE THE SAME. ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Remember the Add Phone 1M6 For TOMORROW Peaches ;350 Cases Elbertas. O C JVo.l Stock. Per Plums 225 Cases Plums, Primes and OC Green Gages. Per case ALL FIRST QUALITY STOCK. The Palace Confectionery CORNER FOURfH AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET JESSE L. LASKY JACK PICKFOKD LOVISK HUFF IN SATURDAY MATINEE f> -p Tf r V EVENINO (HOWS ORPHEUM-Tffi BIG BAF tlOHT SENSATIONAL ACTS, NOW PLAYING, PRICES, MATINEES, C.HILDHEN 19c; AOU.LTS )tt, EVIWIWS, CMILOREN "BIGGER AND BETTER THAN "THE W01LERS." SPECIAL CHItDHth'S MATfNEE TOMORROW. ONLY KV ;