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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1918 Conmons Postpones Debate On The Riots In Quebec Ottnwa. April 4.-The public sal-tories were crowded when the house opened thiss afternoon in anticipation of a keen debate over the Quebec rioting, but the crowd was disappointed because the debate was put over until tomorrow at tlie request of Sir Robert Borden who announced that the government had certain proposals to Bake which would be laid before parliament ou Friday. Colonel Currie. who was to have opened the debate, said he was willing to accept the suggestion of the premier, more particular)}' as it is in the Interests of everybody that all information should be available, before the liscussion of the matter takes place Navigation Companies When the house met J. E. Armstrong of Lambton introduced a bill to amend the railway act. He explain-9d that it was the same biii he intro-Juced in 1915. his object being to bring inland navigation companies under the jurisdiction of the railway board. 51r. Armstrong urged the de-jirability of this step being taken by the government and claimed that it is in this respect Canada was behind other countries. The bill was read a first time. Hcsdsianfi For Graves In reply to Sir Sam Hughes, Major General Mewburn read a cablegram received from Sir George Perley relative to the adoption of a one-pattern headstone for all Canadian graves for soldiers. The cablegram read: "Imperial War Grave Commission lias decided that there should be equality of treatment for all graves of all officers and men abroad and that this principle should be carried out by the erection over all graves in war cemeteries abroad of headstones of uniform dimensions though with some variety ot pattern. The English regiments may decide to have a distinctive pattern for each regiment, but after full consultation with'Canadian corps and the military authorities here. Sir Edward Kemp and I found tile general consensus of opinion that we should have a uniform headstone and inscription for all Canadians with 10' As Cost of Living Commissioner -Other Resignations May Follow Have You This Collection of Pathe Records ? EVERY owner of a phonograph likes to have a variety in hit collection to suit his own taste and that of his friends - moreover he wants � the nucleus of his cot-lection to be sterling good music. If he 7 /W wants the very best re-A| AT cords money can buy, Nyji^ he should not omit a number of representative Pathe' Records. * Nro better foundation for a real worth-while record collection can be had than from a choice list of Pathe Records. The Pathe Music is marvellously different Owing to the unique and secret Pathe' method of recording and reproduction by the Pathe' genuine polished Sapphire Ball instead of a scratchy needle, Pathe' vocal and instrumental music possesses fully 10% more tone colors. Let as suggest a selection htm the following: Ymu tmilf *� ehmrmtd with thtir rich mutU end proud in their foimmn, Orchestral (Kitatet (istcnaczxa)...... tascrial S;�>���> OrtWttra 20039 IDtmiMUc "Chic".......laveriaiSyavteer Orchestra Instrumental fBaeaaw.....'........... Cetaat Sale, S*r(eaat Uffttt '""** iMaaataia Uvari.........Cwaet Ssle, Serfuat Uffttt OU Time Song* cm** / JUkc* ia tat Deep.................Htrfcart Wataram """iDin i*p wttkia tie Callar.........Hcntat Watsreaa Operatic /Rwbm sad Jaiitttt........... Qaaitttt*, Timi Gal, -car) Gealaaceart, Afar* -ijtmnmi 2,,95}Ro�*eaas' Jelitfte........Trie. Attn, Tirmoet, layer I aae* Craas* Optra Ckenu Sacred 1 ----- fO*IUit ia At litre1.................KalUeaa Hewera* MW9\Bot the Uri ii Miaeial ( Hu ewa.... KatUaa Hawaii Modern 9uia* 'Ure Hart it mj Haart...............Craig CaaptfB ZMW* I Witka the Carfea af aiy Htart.........Craig CaapkeU Recitative tiuai I *� aM Sweataeart a( Niae........Hany �. Haaqkrsy """iGm.,. Di�. ...................Harry E. Haapbrtr Dance fWWtkeSaiaybaatiiflayiag.. Vaa-Epi-laata OrcWra 20196 \Siag Liag Tiag.............. Vaa-Ega-Baata Orchestra Children'* ,n,../Nan*ry Rhyao Na. 1 ...�.......GmrJ aai Haatiag 20Z4B\Narf*ryKkya�s Ma. Z_...........Cmii tad Haatiag Patriotic (Hemntui Betmi.....layal D.eawa aai Artkar FiaMt 293U\ Wk�a tka Bay. trim Dixit Eat tka Malta em tka RkaM .. I KgC�yFa� Band . tuua i Sasuaa ui Ddila Part 1.....Gaffe KapakUcaiM BaaJ 9MH* \Saauea *a�" DtiiU Part 2.....GarJe KtptkkctaM Baaa Then Pathe Records are double sided-a different, selection on each side, and guaranteed to play at least 1^000 times without wear. 13 For full Catalogue ask one of the dealers listed below, or �write direct to- The Pathe Freres Phonograph Co. of Canada. Uadtea Writs Bliig. Western Wholesale Distributors : - R, J. WhltU & Co., Limited, Winnipeg, Man. Remember-any dice machine can he equipped to play Pathe records at a nominal cost. Good territory open to live dealers 11 1 *V - i ii s LOCAL DEALERS BAWDEN BROS. J Hull Block Lethbridge Ottawa. April 4.-W. F. O'Connor, K.C., lias resigned as coat of living commissioner to the minister of labor. The resignation if. is understood, was handed in today. When questioned this morning by the Canadian Press, Limited, Mr. O'Connor declined to state any reason for his resignation, Mr. O'Connor added that the resignation was entirely voluntary on his part. Mr. O'Connor still holds his position as counsel to the minister of justice and the solicitor-general, but whether he intends to retain these is not known. The cause of Mr. O'Connor's resignation is causing much speculation here and it is fully expected that the matter will be brought up in parliament. It is probable, ii is said, that other resignations in the cost ol living branch will follow. HENNESEY&WILSONS ENDLESS CHAIN of WEEKEND PHONE. 789 I the right to have a separate crest or motto for each battalion or service. The decision was therefore ruade accordingly, through the Imperial War Graves Commission but no design for the Canadian headstone has yet been selected." Geld Reserve Mr. Trahan had a series of questions for the acting minister of finance. He was told that the amount ot gold in reserve in charge of the receiver general when war was declared was 597,-13M26. On March 1, 1918, the gold reserve was $120,005,662. In connection with money loans obtained previous to the war, Mr. Trahan informed that the government had. not decided to suspend during the continuance of the war the discretion it exercised in respect to the sinking fund of said loans. , A further question by Mr. Trahan brought the reply that no foreign loans obtained by the Dominion government would become due during the fiscal year, 1918-19. Mr. Trahan wanted information in regard to Dominion notes in circulation. He was told that on the declaration of war these 'amounted to $122,793,933. On March 1, they amounted to $255,316,-652. Mr. McNut was told 'that no order had been issued to discontinue observation and private cars on transcontinental and other trains. Park* Act Third reading was given to Hon. Arthur Meighen's bill to amend the Dominion Forest Reserves and Parks Act, and Hon. C. C. Ballantyne s bill to amend' the Montreal' Harbor Act. The third reading of the Daylight Savings Biii brought a protest 'from A. McCoig, Kent, who said he had received a large number of petitions pre testing against the passage of the bill. The bill was finally given a third reading. Statistics Sir George Foster, in committee of the whole, introduced a resolution to establish a bureau under the minister of trade and commerce to be called the Dominion Bureau of Statistics. The purpose of the bureau, according to the resolution is to collect, abstract, compile and public statistical information relative to the commercial, industrial, social, economic and general activities and condition ol the people. It is to collaborate with all other tiepaiinients of the government in the compilation and publication- ol statistical records. Mr. Jacques Bureau wished to know why it was necessary to establish such a bureau. At present there was a census branch in the department of agriculture which took a census of the Dominion. Sir George Foster said there was no intention of abandoning the statistical branches at present attached to different departments of the government. They would continue to perform their functions, but the central statistical bureau v^ould work in -harmony with them. BARGAIN S -ANOTHER LIST OF - TIMELY SPECIALS THAT SPEAK OF GENEROUS SAVINGS FRIDAY and SATURDAY Only LETHBRIDGE AGENT3 FOR PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS AND PUBLICATIONS. WOOL DRESS FABRICS REDUCED 300 yards of serges, poplins, gaberdines and novelty weaves in excellent weighL for dresses, separate skirts, children's wear, etc. Shades of navy, grey, green and black. Values to $1.30. QQi� Week End Bargain, yard ............................. a/OC CREPE DE CHINE AT A FRACTION A beautiful weave of silk warp, crepe de chine. In tones of saxo blue, maize, old rose and ivory. You will find this an ideal fabric for summer gowns and at this figure a decided bargain. |�q Week End Price, yard...................................... U*1C HABUTAI SILK WAISTS, $3.50 VALUE ... $2.49 Just five dozen of these excellent blouses to clear at less than you could ordinarily buy the material. Smart up to the minute styles, featuring new collar effects; including roll, shawl, robespierre and convertible. Every garment well finished with ample seams, elastic bands, etc. Colors, ivory and black. Sizes 36 to 44. Regular e% m*\ $3.60. Week End'Price............................,........ tioHiU CARS TO THE DOOR Before you start house cleaning get our prices on LINOLEUM, CONGOLEUM RUGS, MATTRESSES, COIL SPRINGS, CURTAINS, HEARTH RUGS. STORE OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS SPECIAL VALUES IN MEN'S AND BOYS' SPRING SUITS, HATS AND CAPS. ,,l�I^Milllll I Ml lllllllll Curtain Scrims. Scrims and nets, plain or with colored borders,! white. Ivory, and cream. Worth to 35c yard. Yard ............. 25c Children'* White Shoes High top white shoes, the very newest for children. Sizes S to lO'/fe Pair......... 2.50 h h� < 111 111 111111; u/ ) ) I'll' EDOMIN S. ALIA. ELEVATORS IMP TO THE WHEAT EXPORT CO. Winnipeg, April 4.-The board of grain supervisors for Canada today issued the following order (No. 33): "That notwlthatandinn anything to the contrary in ordnr No. 27 Issued January 28, 1918, and in pursuance of section three of the order No. 28, issued January 30, 1918, country elevators located on the Aldersyde, Macteod, Crow's Nest and' Maple Creek subdivisions of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company shall ship the wheat owned by them and held by them in their elevators to the order of the Wheat Export Company, Limited, at Fort William or Port Arthur, or to such other destination as the Wheat Export Company, Limited, may from time to time prescribe.'' RECRUITING BRITISH / IN NEW ENGLAND Boston, Apr. 3.-Col. John 8. Dennis, commander of the British Canadian Recruiting miss/on in (he United States during the aboence of Brig. Genera! \V. A. White, came hera today to confer on plans fur more vigorous recruiting among British and Canadian subjects in \'ew Kngland. An at'.iimpl is made lo obtain Z.OOO recruit* frum this section witliiu two weeks. Edmonton, April 4.-The Alberta Association Teacher's Convention by resolution today approved of a Dominion bureau of education.. The object of this bureau, is to collect facts on educational ideas and distribute them for the improvement of education in Canada. The scheme for the formation of this bureau will be taken up with the various provinces and with the Dominion authorities. J. G, Taylor of Victoria High School, Edmonton, was elected president of the association for the coming year. FATAL SHOOTING Owen Sound, Apr. 3.-While in company with a number of companions who were playing on the "west rock" yesterday afternoon, Robert Hey worth the 14 year old son of Joseph Hey-worth of this place, was shot and instantly killed, it is said, by Jack Tiz-zard. The', boys were firing at a bird, and it is said Tizzard was discharging the gun when Heyworth stepped directly in the line of fire with fatal results. ^ Special Values in WALLPAPER FDR A FEW DAYS OUR BIG NEW SPRING STOCK AT PER 8INGLE ROLL 10c to 40c ALL THE NEW PATTERNS SHOWN C. G. OLANDER HARDWARE 524 13TH STREET N. BRING YOUR TOOTH TROUBLES TO EITHER OF OUR 3 OFFICES LETHBRIDGE, EDMONTON, CALGARY WHICHEVER, of these three points is the most convenient to you, you will find at our office there, quick, courteous and honest service. We make no absurd or impossible, promises or claims in connection with our practice .either on the point of service or price. Using the best and the best only, of materials and devoting the proper care, skill and time to every patient our moderate charges * re based upori a fair profit only, for our time, materials and skill. Thousands of satisfied patients testify to our fair dealing, also to the fact that- � Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards and Nelson High Grade American Dentistry Ott Bik., 4 Doers from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK \ THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O.. LLD., D.C.L, Prew'denl H V. F. JONES, Asi't Oen'L Manager SIR JOHN AIRD. General Manager V. C. BROWN, Sup't of Central Weitern Branehee Grocery Specials phone 1766 Capital Paid Up. $15,000,000 t Reserve am  $13,500,000 LOANS FOB THE PURCHASE OF LIVE-STOCK This Bank is desirous of assisting farmers to acquire live-stock and is prepared to give careful consideration to applications j for loans for this purpose. lo" Lethbridge Branch- - R. T. Brymner, Mgr. Swifta' Jewel Shortening, per S lb. tine .____ ........$1.60 Climax Brand Jam, mixed with apple. All flavors, o'er 4 lb. tins, Special............ 70c Reindeer Coffee, mixed with milk and sugar. The very thing to send to the,front for soldiers, per tin ............ 35c Lenox Soap, 5 bar* for .... 25c Gold Soap and Sunlight, 7 bara tor ..................... 80c Our Own Special Blend Tea, equal to any 60c tea. Special, 3 lbs. for .............. $1.35 20 lb. sack of B. C. Sugar and lb. of our own Special Blend ^Tea. Both for.......... $2.65 Onion Sets, 2 lb*, for ..... 65c BRAIDS' TEA, SPECIAL 2 lbs, for........$1.10 WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF GARDEN SEEDS PLEASE NOTE-NO ORDERS TAKEN FOR DELIVERY AFTER FIVE P.M., SATURDAY INCLUDED. SUPINA & SON 230 13TH ST. NORTH, ONE DOOR NORTH OF No. 2 FIRE HALL t 38 ;