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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE iiu'iidmenl to Act Designed to rrtitecl Small Creameries Butler Cheaper >AI1 docicri whit wonJerlcl protector to the ifcin in the and (Jiilnfect- of HEALTH SOA? TIIK LETHBRTnCiE DAILY MKRALD SATUHDAY, APRIL r. creAv.i Mi- slusil. iii ro- of or i're.im pur- .1 frorii H patron, ;ht> pin a M-eighi. srade or other thin the !__ _ _ Hon. unk-aR'i Mprkol inls ivaa Cor lie protection of sin all- ere ASS cries. Thsy h >voitlii hefp uvsuvbtl1 i70 ;he buKer industry. The biuMVti L pat'-through cuaiBiif.ee. 5 t Othtr measures tliTOUsh nf the-whole included the j improvement Act which-pro- meat value assessable.Und; H is ilial thc'wiM as- iteirsmctit in unorganised hns be made by ibt local council In dUUIuii the bill .as- sessors will tuaXo the je iloadtey, leader, ot ihe. opyo- siiiop. Jr II. opyosUicii; fter '.'reck, objected lo apiOvius lax on lands whuih could be-utll- a? real stock farnii be- OQuao no land was cultivated. Hon. A. O. MacKiiy, [uiiiEster of munlcipaJI- ties, said (he assessors must be guided by the of tfie'ett; but .Mr. iioadley and Mr. Koinmls insist- ed a lixod defiintion EhoulJ be Initl down. Mr. MacKay agreed to consider a re- drad of iliis soctiou nbit-'h Mr. anj Mr. Keoiuiis will submit Monday. Ar.uther blli put through committee ttio wholo is Hit; ac; resulatluy the ?xle of Jt iaiis of which have been given In iho Herald. requires drastic supervision by in rurefcaie and sale o! uudt'r Ueavy peualties, labor f.ir Albsrta for a, flai "nte. ssjesainent o( ihree .uiils on ilie el assess J INTHEIREAIY OTTAWA. April X. W. RaweH announced lu the IIOUEO afteriicoii that the treaty woulJ iif on ol by at Sir Bordfii. Sir Oeorge Pester. Hon. C. J. IXrtHrty auJ Hon. Arthur Dr. qulrej when the peace treaty would ba remly lor ratification ami if Ibere uas any possibility of the government settlns'asMe a lime for the consider- iatlon of termi. Sir Thomas While lie had no i inlormatioa when the peace treaty would ready for ratification. THE WELCOME TO OUR BOYS will be vociferous and enthusiastic but no -vnrtaer iKe welcome back, to Shredded Wheat Launder Beautifully T TOLEPROOF Hosiery Holds its soft, firm "body" because it contains no adultera- tions to wash out Nothin-lo eat the threads !or cause unsightly "drop-stitch runs." JVhich is better perfect Holeproof '.or months of rfiendirig? Holeproof means i eertairiiseryice and superb appearance. We specialize to make these hose excel.: X.-lf you approve, insist, on Holeprcof vv'Ken you buy it. Write in the meanwhile for list o( styles and dealers' SSo per ptir and op Women's, 7 So per and up PLEASE BE REMINDED Tharit you want anything done in ihe CLEANING and PRESSING line, that we the only UP TO THE MINUTE DRY CLEANING POWER-PLANT in this part of the 'country. is the ONLY system that completely re- fe the SMELL OF GASOLINE. Goods called for and delivered. Give us a trial. .'v'JV Odt Moito: Quality and Service. Terms Strictly, Cash. Lethbridge Laundry Limited 451 C, S. Farrow, Manager MOXTBEAL. April the re- ceipt of a of return? from out- Ij-lns districts on tie liquor referen- dum submitted to the Quebec elec- torate yesterday, the d" majority this morning rose to 125.000. The ma- jority is expected to be as all tlie rtturus have not yet been made. It is estimated that the provincial revenue will show an eventual increase in eicoss of the previous i receipts from the sale" of liquor. Pro- hibition would hare left the province [minus the SSOO.Ofli) a year secured from licenses. Leipqris Whiten and Beautify the Skin! 'Make Cheap Lotion E READy IS BELIEF Dominion Premiers Called- Meet Lloyd George Today To The. juice of lemon's strained into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard white makes a whole quarter pint of the remarkable lemoa skiii beauUEier 'at 'about the co t one mun paj for .a smalLjar rif crdmarr cold creams. "Care shoulil'.be taken (o strain tiie, lemon" juice r throueh a line cloth so no lemon pulp Sd in then 'lotion 'Trill keep iresh for mouths. Ever-'' woman knows that -Jeinon juice is uaed to bleach and'remove.sueh bfetnlshes as1 freck- les, and "tan, -and is the ideal skin softener, srnaothener ami beauttfier. try It! Make up a .quarter pint jof this sweetly fragrant lemon lotion land massage it daily into the face, ficcfc. arms and hands. It' should uafc urally help to white, freshen, and bring out the hidden roses and brautv of any skin., It is wonderful for rough, red .hands. Your druggist-will sell three ounces j of orchard little cost, trill any j trocer will supply the TORONTO. April Siar to- day prints this cable irom Paris: "In diplomatic circles there :E clear impression that the council of four is now nearer than anyone has dared imagine. "Today the Dominion premiers, Hor den. of Canada. Hughes, of Australia Botha, of South Africa, and Massey ol New Zealand. ?.re invited to breakfast with Premier Lloyd George to hear a communication of the gravest import ancc. The general impression among these premiers, "according to informa tion from the. highest sources is tha1 the communication affects the peac are trom Huron, S.D., according to the report. MINING INSTITUTE IN SESSION MON'TRGAL, April execu- tive of the Canadian Mining Institute was in session here yesterday and among questions discussed was tfie capital and labor commission, the per- sonnel of which was announced from HOW NEW ZEALAND SOLDIERS VOTED ON PROHIBITION LONDON', April New Zea- land soldiers in Great liritam IiaVis roted on tlio question of prohibition in New Zealand, which i! uii 'or de- cision there, as follows: For prohibition bltlon li.SSD, Rev. Father Theodore Dnrnas, pastor of the parish churcli at St. linnhacl, Bellechasse county. Quebec, is the lie- tenduut in an acllon for damages claiming 5500. The plalnlltf Is ono A. I-eUianc of that liarlsii, who claims