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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUK mmiDur, APRIL 11, 1919 1EN15 YEARS OLBIS1I trgt. Holmes. Claimed To lie Youngest V.C. in Uril- ish Empire SlS JOItX. April 10 TLe -K-srosUip Salurnia landol l.ol'O returned soldiers here today anJ ibey were given westward. the last of tour was on its way takins with U liie jncri for Ui? coast. A jfeauire at UK debarkation this >vas the enthusiastic rci-pptlon and hearty greeting es- to Sergl. Holmes. V.C.. of Sound. Ont, Sergl. HoImM cnijili'd as a private in Ins own town and crossed to France. Ho wa? Ml 1-5 years of ase ivheii I1.': i-nlisu-d am! was just a few months older when he iwrtormed ivlial iiis chums term "some slum." lit- is probably the youngest V- C. Kilmer in the British Ktupire sniHs beyond doubt the youngest in Caimiln. lie vas Just private '.von it and is now wear- tlneo strijies. s Other distinguished soldiers aboard were: .Major William T. Wtiito. M.C.. of Calgary, ruitl Ac'.- ing-Capt. Decry H. Argue. M.C., ot Sha-ivville. Out. .5. v POSTAL REGULATIONS RE- GARDINO WINDOW ENVELOPES MRS. LEWIS OF BROOKLYN How She Well by E Pint Vegetable Compound.. WWKAHTS The New ami Better Way Nujipl Constipation Sonic of Sujol fronynr lodiy and for booklet of aad ol Laboratoriet OILCO (SCT-l EKSIT) Window' envelopes, to mail- must be so prepared that the or transparent panel in tho front through which. the address in tlte enclosure disvlosed shall be parallel with the Ifugth of ell- m> and shall be as transparent as poss'itle. The -window' shall not oc- i-upy any space within 1 3-S incaw from the top nor within 3-S ot an inch from the bottom or ends of the envel- ope. Such envelopes shall boar the card of the sender, that is. the name and address of the sender which shall be placed in the upper left hau4 cor- ner of the address side. No printing around the 'window' is permissible. nor on any part of the envelopes sthere it will interfere with a distinct postmark, rating endorsements, for- warding address, etc. 'The stationery used in 'window' envelopes or at least the portion upon which the esposed address appears, must be white. The use of darS-colored stationery in 'win- doiv' envelopes Is not permissable. Xof.Iitng but the name and address of the addressee should appear on that part of the enclosure visible through. I the window.' The address should be written clearly and boldly, preferably in typewriting, with ink of a dense black or other strongly contrasting i color. Changes in address must not be made- on the but on the j opaque portion ot the envelope. 'Win- i envelopes not conforming to the foregoing are unmailable, and if mail- I ed are to be returned to the senders i through the usual channel." In view of representations recelve_d [by the department, to the effect that i in many 'window' envelopes the trans- parent panel is so yellow in color and so dim that much time is lost in de- ciphering the address, and that a sev- ere strain is put upon the eyesight of the postal employees, the postmaster is informed that the above regulations have been adopted and are to be en- forced on and irom the 1st June, 1919, and he is instructed to, get in touch with users of 'window' envelopes who are patrons of his office and advise then accordingly. front displacement, winch caused a gen- eral run-down con- dition with, head- aches and pains in ioy ride. My sister induced me to try Lyab E.PinVharo's Vegetable Com- pound. I found it helped me very much and such a splendid tonic that i arc. recommend- icff it to any worn an who similar Mrt. ELSIE G. Lrwis, SO -Verwm Aire., Brooklyn, N, Y. Sach condition u Mrs. Lcvis suf- fered irbm-zciy be caused by a fall or a general weakened Van-down condition aod.tKe most successful -remetfy to restore'rtreogth to muscles 'ana tuaae and brrnf 'abont a normal healthy proved to be this famous root and herb medicine, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetsbla Compotmd. If you Hare disturbingByroplomsyoa not'understand write Lydia B. Pink- bam Medicine Co., Lynn, Mau. The result of their 40 years experience ii at your R. W.. Reek, Ottava, has been ap pointed assistant livestock com mis sioner for the Canadian Department of Agriculture. WESTERN HAILWAYMEN SEEKING MORE PAY WINNIPEG. April 19.- railioad workers resM- lu Greater are secUat more pay. They Vtlli aad are awaiting from the Canada war board Mart neEolia lions. A yew. ago work- ers, the embracing. ooiled tor he mutual benefit.. r SEN. VON KLEI4T FKECO RlflX.- von Klelst, commander ot Uie Cenuu fourth army, vao wu wntted In Magdeburg. Pnusliii Saxoay, op Monday, uritb II err national min- uter of. vas rtW Amitac ilay said Heir kad been rescued freta tie revoitius 'Matte- biu-f wMkn. who rested KJm. aad aai .keen to Hanoter.) TO MAN'CHKSTER, April has been decided tnal alt spin- Bins awl doubling UuUed Stales cotton in Yorkshire, aad Uerbyahlre ifcall Btop lueir prodiKtec United spindle The mills wortinc on- United States cotton aereral weeks aso decided to shut down all mllU Yorklng on (Jolted States foods for four days April in. (.'onoera in Which British.Govt. Owns Controlling Share'of Sfotk VASCOUVER, April ion lias been made in iin> provincial OveruniMit by Kiptoratlon company, which is 'said to be controll- ed by the Brilish government for the exclusive right to explore for petrol- eum In au urea ot the Peace Hiver country CO miles sijuare. The govern- ment is considering the request The D'Arcy Eiploration company is the company through which too Im- perial government purchased the Per- sian' oil fields, said to b'e the largest in the world, in order to secure them from German influence and to guaran- tee an adequate supply ot oil for the ISritisll navy. Tho Imperial govern- ment owns G2 per cent, of the stock in the company, which -includes on its staff the greatest oil and mining ei- perts in the _Empire. The request for to pros- pect for oil Is accompanied by an offer to pay a royalty of P" cenL to tiie provincial treasury on the product from any wells that are developed. ffiUHGOESTO TILBURY. England, April first transport bearing the British rellet force for the Archangel front will sail tonight. The members-of the contingent embarking here to-' day. The new force comprises veteran officers and men who fought in? vari- ous theatres during the war. It is an army in miniature. srm of the service being represented. Recruiting for further reinforce- ments for north Russia is proceeding satisfactorily. KLTOEK lH-CANADA GLOVFS April The motion jo'.upset award against Th'cH mas Kelly and Son was reenmed .by Justice Currau yesterday- afternoon af- :er aa adjournment of tiro months. The award was granted by a board oi arbitration in connection with, alleged LETHBR1DGE STORE OFFERS Savings In FLOOR COVERINGS fnt Qnfity Prated LboUom Per Lineal Yard -j All abore are two yards wide. Oar prices on a fine assortment ,'nt Congolemn Rugs will be "popular" with everybody. Stock of WaD ftftrt u in. the finest we have ever EDMONTON. Apr. Main items hi the year's expenditure in the de- partment ot agriculture are grants to agricultural societies judges at fairs SS.500" short course school." etc.. 310.000. distribution of sesd grain 59.000. destruction of noxious weeds purchase and .equipment of demonstration farms stock inspection destruction of tim- ber wolves and coyotes brands dod brand book protection ot game. promote and encourage dairy work operation of schools of Bgricultnre and demonstra- tion farms assistance to creameries publicity comrais- j sioner's office ptfuitry iodus- f try and egg marketing "wo- men's institutes, providing free shipment ot hay to April 1st grants to Calgary fat stock show 000, Calgary cattle breeders cat over-chareps wnrk ;was claimed to- he defective on the new larliament A. .J. Andrews, appearing on behalf of Thomas Kelly and Son, gued ttat during the neaYing of the I dozen Poplin Skirts priced to seU regularly til will be sold At Cost Tomorrow horse -breeders {Calgary) He breeders (Ertmonios) 4580, 'horse breeders'- 'Sheep breeders JlM.lsBeep breed- ers (Edmonton) sVine breeders (Edmonton) swine breeders (Calgary) Alberta Fairs associa- tion United Farmers of Alber- Alberta natural'- history sec- retary Alberta Fish. 'and Game i r society Edmonton spring slock show Western Canada -Irriga- tion association encouragement of horse breeding and purchase of two "Queen Quality Brand Suits, Dresses, Coats and Capes Are the finest garmenfis you .can buy. They have an individuality "'and tone that makes them exclusive, and makes the wearer a well dressed woman. We are now showjpg the 'finest assortment we have ever had and invite you to see these exclusive garments. Our prices are surprisingly low.: ipRED THAELL :V 608 Third Avenue.'S. t.G.OLANDER THIRTEENTH STRICT NORTH court ,o[ appraisers attempts were con- slallioos tinually being made to influence the Mod of Robert MacDonald, the plre, against the defendants. "Several I TO RON TO TO HAMILTON serious breaches of justice were-.com- IN TWENtY-QNE MINUTES Mr. Andrews said, "and the government therefore can not insist upon upholding the aw2rd. Nu large s urns amounting to thousands of dollars -were spent on useless repairs to justify the- stand taken by the gor- eminent against the Jinn of contract- ors." The case Is proceeding. AMENDMENTS TO ONTARIO'S COMPENSATION ACT Several changes are to he made In the Workmen's Compen- sation Act at this session o( the beg- Islature which will !o some extent at least, metit certain suggestions- that have beeo made to the Government.' Hon. I B. Lucas introduced a. hill. to Jo Toronto n" tverr.y or.c minutes in a thi'c'e-pass- enger airplane -was (he remarkable Ijy Pilot Von lightish and, accompanied by the owner ot the ma- chine, Proctor of .Hamilton, and Mr. P. G. Erlcson of tills The flight on Sunday af- ternoon from the Scott' .barracks in Hamilton to I.oasirte Camp, and the time in "latin; off" and landing Was included in the record 'of the flight. 1 The machine when it was once proper- j'" ly under way was flown directly for I Toronto at a high altitude, making' nearly an hour. The machine A Good Housewife is a Gen- eral Judge of Good Eating One who knows the difference between Superior and Inferior "Groceries neMer fails to dilate upon the merit'of our Pure Foods. You can. always obtain genuine satisfaction at our store where Quality and Low Prices prevail. one of those that was Uiken over from the R. A. P. amend the existing act. The- amend-j by Jlr. KnrSOri. and seat ment that -will prooably placed in it {or another p'assonger. more than any of the others Is that in- Some days ago the machine -was roll! creasing the allowances to widows and children. The new scale increas R. N.W. M. P. terras of Service. to the Adjutant, JJestna, or lo CoramanilinK WILLIAM, .WINNIPEG, BRANDON, PRINCE 'ALBERT, EDMONTON, LETH- AND VANCOUVER. tnnnportation itegtiw, Bask.. 1st, 19JH. Ite givcn-to Hcadfiuartcrs 16 Inspector, Adjutant tho monthly payment from J29 to J3D, and the children's allowances Irom !5.00 to 17.50, and the maximum to all dependents from to provided :hat the 55 per cent, of the average earning? ulll permit such payraenls. However, the wldow'3 is never to so telow J20, nor the chil- dren's below }5, ivbtre Uiere la a wi- dow, or below there la none, except that the total payment to all dependents Is not to exceed unless the 55 per cent of tho average earnings admits of It. (Another clause provides for aljol- Ishlng'lne exclusion of pers-ms en- gaged in clerical work from sharing in the benefits of the act. Tlic act, 'as it stands, not ojily deprives persons In clerical -wnrk ot the benefits of the act, bill also causis great Spinach, GoFd Bar per tin 2fic Cocoar 1 Ib, Cocoa, Todhuflt'irs, in glaaa......... 33c .Shortbread, per cahe............... 'Grapclade, a pure Grape Jam without stilns or Meda, eer tin 24c, Me, and Green Fig Marmalade, per jar......41c Pineapple Marmalade, per jar 41c Marmalade, per jar......... 41e Hofwx AlrHne, per comh........... Me Salad Drcnlnt, Litoby's Tomato Catsup, Clark's lane 171 Sweet Onion bottle 17c SwWt Mixed Pleklea, UlMijr'a, jars, Catj'ip, per 41e Orange MarmaMc, ftr jar Matkln'a Btst Coffee, per tin...... Me .Tea, per Ib.......... Malko, i for or Qrovnt. _ special thit week 30c i Old Enollih Floor Wax, per tin 'Royal Crown per i (Week End Special) Lux, per pkg...................... 12c Ammonia Powder, per pkg........., 12c Borax, large, pkg., each............ 14c Carbolic Soap, Special, S cakes 20c Bath Soap, regular each, this week, each........................... 10e Waahboards, glaas 55c Washboards, enamel............... 5lc Spruatex Mops..................... 92o STEER INTO OUR STORE FOR FRE.SH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Spinach, per Ib. Cauliflower, largo white, per Ib. Rhubarb, Washington, per Lettuce, per Ib................., Oreen Onloni, per bunch.......... 08s Dry Onions, per Asparagus, frean, per Ib.......... 3Sc Strawberries, per btx 35c Cucumbers, Hot House, each 40c Lemons, Sunhliii, doxen Me, and Apples, eating and cooklfia, per Ib... 10c 3Jc Csrrota, Beets, Turnips, ite, 313 RW. Street S. ;