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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APHIL 14. 1919 TIIR I.i-TIinmnCK DAILY PAGE NINE IlfflUPUQIIACT; AMENDMENTS MM t Special I o the KDMONTON. AptU Amend- in en is tt> tho Liquor Act. "Ushtyii" ft up in tb'e list of statute law atuendmeuls' pre- Mtrcd by Attorney-General J. E. Boyle. Chief among them Is that empower- ing the to prescribe the manner hi. which Yen- dors may veil Jiquor under" tfce act, to fix the form o[ prescriptions which libyslcfans shall use In prMcrlbioc liquor, to furnish snelufvniisto'. phy- sicians and tbem.lrpni.tlme to time aa seems jiEcians from using 'acr'cUier'f ami ciblnet by reauife each druggist ,lo forward Vy UiQ attorney-gen- eral all ptescriVtfois filled by Mm it f.ucli Umfc or tube's as may fee fixed In such regulations." the Incorporated com- uiefc ownlug drug stores arc given 9 year to meet (his requirement. MM! restaurants'are Includ- ed u sboiM under (he new amend- to ibti Factory Act as brought down in the statute law amendments io'the'legislature. An amendment to M. Section "i. ot the Factory Act the dcfinltrou ot "shop" .shall include an hotel or res- taurant, tyt not a private toardlug i. Another Important amendment pro- vides that In any city or town of over 5000 population tbe chief Inspector under tfca act, upon recommen- dation of the advisory committee ap- jKDSntiwl _for such iojvu or city. make such refutations as may bo deetned proper .number of U-ebtnel is also given'! jiuwer-to lix-from Urao 16 time the price at whtcli liquor shall be sold by druggists. Olber amendjneiit? limit ,ljie lily oL 'eitlracts ccaUlolnc over cent'proof spirits which way be e61d and a to the Motor.Vebl- i tho provincial sec-, reiary to revokMheJlcenses of chauf- feurs the act. Oilier to f( Uie Pharmaceutical Hssoclatfon prohibiting any" per- fcon "from'operating a drug store un- less .he registered drugfilst owh- Jiig at-least GS -2-3'per tent IritereaL An amendment cle hours per day per week during which any persen may be.required to work in 'any factory, shop, office pr[ building In fijqh ctty'.or town, or re- specting minimum wage at which any may'be employed, or Such rij'ay be forf different kinds or em- pktyineiit." i Tnewi advisory committees are .to :appaluled.'by. the Meutenaot-Gov- enior-in-councU in every city and toww-over 5CKM) population. The com- mittee' UTCoofiifit of -thrfe! persona, one" to'represent'employees and the other" employers, and a IMnJ to be appointed by the AUoVney- Gerieral. The; appointed hotd oKlce pleasure .of Uie Lten- WASHIN'OTION'. April slve preparations by the HoUhevik gov- ernment of Russia for a miHtitry offensive [Ms tiirhig wore described In, ottlclul dispatches received here today, based a nummary of lei- formation rchcMng tbe Seandinnvlaii i countries. i Tho UolsheviKi were said to be ting, ready for an offensive on thn Munnan CronL as soon as weather permitted and to be strengthening Ces, already fadiij; tlie allies the Ar.changcl region. Suspeos'Ion of railway transporta- tion jn.Russia was declared to lie 'notL in'eroly to ecimomle causes, but Pewareof gum warns of Fyorrhea. Tour out of five people over forty have un- der forly I.oosenby teeth indi- cate Pyorrhea. gums, tco. inflamed, bleeding gums act as so many doorways for disease germs to intcr'tlie infecting the Joints or cr.usiug other Forhan's positively preveats Pyor- iht3j if ustu in and vised consist- ently. As it hardens tiie gums' the ictith become Drmcr. lirusJi your tc-c-ili with H c'fansthe them white tlil jmmcdiatelj' trtatment. ?0c and OOctubes. All Druggists, FORJfAWS, LTD., Jeiatt I _________ PARES, April C. Uoov- cr. ihe administrator, (jas I a stalcnnent with regard to the (ceding jof Hus-iJo. The statement I ''Willi re gun) tu ihe riiinors of food Latl liut- over-r-stiniated. A very con- radon and Umt the burden Tulla upon relief lu RUESLEI, Mr. iluit. imniljeri of jirujec't I on a sources have Leon for the feeding of the people 01 liussia, j servaiive estimate made, indk-ates that upward of 200.OtK) jKiopIe arft directly laiil w indirectly dyfns from ibe food be- inp issued Lit the moment and "he sUuatEun U likely iu Lecomc (lu-ad of lliv Xor- food mission) and other em- meiit cauio soiiie lime ago with t words tuisiiu and Imv 10 coutieil of four as they arose, administration bas ear- as tho season progresses- Tlr food distribution as enforced vtf..... for relief, i ilic xovormnont in ihe large: ot tho.first to children the tlrtl call ihyrefore all been i'D'JU "Our reports would mdu.-ate that the] Hie middle and intellectual classes, and ihre-ileri5 ihelr extinction before The next harvest. How far this Le the pructk'al result, however. Is a little 7 on sion ol ihe house1. ten years ago, ai railway tori" .Dunvepan and British f Columbia; the Central Canada, and.'the A. G; which" the province' has ante eg frond amp un t i ng to 2 is and the province Is in grave danger-of baring to'assume the burden of piyiny the entire amount of resolution is certain to provoke .one of (he most heated debates on the ses- havo bi-cnpied Proskurov (GO miles give rlWio'seriqusjjunage'actioiisr iJivi- ol.Tarnopol, and StarolconsUutl- j ,mi, norUlcast of rroshur- "tne University of Alberta will he Held on Thursday, May 15th, Tho Con vo- cation address will be delivered by Mr, Tillery the National Bank de Friesblad-c-i'.'ed the Canadian PacUicv.IiaiIway at the out- break of the war and this company was ihe holder of Fhares m.the Canadiatt Pacific Tile Aus. trlan government .Vas liable to .the Key, J., McCartney Wilson of Knox f company for being the value The slibrt_ In Retail Mer- chandising to he given by tliu Univer- sity of Alberta at the requeU af the Itetaii'NfcrchantB1'Association, will be held iu Edmonton during the week ending Alayf31t-a'cd In Medicine Hat at iho Annual Provincial Convention cl tbo Association on .lime 3- -I and S. Capfain Newton, U.S.A., aC lireaent )n tne army btnn appointed Professor of Kield Husbandry at the University Alberta. Is returning to to take up liis duties. Preliminary with a view to tho erectkin ot-a new-buflding al tho north "Arts Building Is be made to eipedKe its construe-, lion. Part of this building will be oc- cupied by [he-Department of Mining Engineering and the Faculty of Agriculture- Easter holidays at the 'University of Alberta will be shorter than usual (his yeir, consisting only of Good Friday and Lectures will continue as usual on -Monday morn- ing. This curtailment has been ne- cessary because of thfe lime lost during (he epidemic of influenza. I-etters are 'being received at tho University of Alberta from students overseas, telling oF plans for the sum- mer and autumn. 'Many of these aro coming back lo lake up their studies at the university In October. Nominations are now being received for representatives from conrocaMoit to the Senate of Ihe University of Al- berta. The period for.receipt of such nominations closes "on -April 19th. Presbyterian church, Calgary, who re- cently delighted an Edmonton audi- ence .with an illustrated lecture -on "William Blake." On the preceding Sunday, May lltli, the Baccalaureate Sermon will foe preached on Convoca- tion Hall by Captain the Rev, U H. pf England .Chaplain to eturned Soldiers In Edmonton. A short course in .Public Health 'uraing, open, to registered nurses, is pw being held in (he Provincial Lab- ratory at the University ;of Alberla. 'ol railway cars bs'.ihenf, as well deposited To date' seven nurses havo registered dividends and stated that .thesj or the course, which will be of two amounts might figure in thR peace uonlhV duration, and will include 1 ures on School Inspection, Sanitation, K. E. Meredith, also representing th renatalCare, Kural and City Hygiene, I Canadian Pacific Railway, said sutf payment was allowed by the Doniin iou-Hallway ad. already Under way and every effort t Tho eighth annual convocation of flavor in The best corn flakes you ever talicn over Ilio'tatt Hat ?3, ivitli the Austrian government for a "certain purpose be fore, the war had taen seized 'ami that the 'company allowed to pay 'itself from accum ulated on. the shares held by the Na lloital Bank de Frieshtad. 'Eugene K.C.. representing the government opposed the conten tiqn that' the Canadian Pacific Hail should pa? itself from withheld 'Hugh Blackndar, was Halifax' pD3tmastsr for forty years, a Denver, aged C7, in thGitreaaurv. Secretary Green said the chance ot success in opera tions at the property, in southeas ern British was the brightest in the history of the com- pany, lie said he expccteil results from the operation .in. a month of drilling. Ic. The opening lectures arc being iven by Dr..H. C. Janiieson, Acting 'rovindal Bacteriologist. Other lec- ures in the course will be delivered iy eiperts from different centres. Among ihe new hooks recently add- d to the Open Shelf library of the 3opartinent of Extension, University] Tr of Alberta, the following are of spe- are demanding increased wages lin'tcrest at this time: 'iSlck pay. The Education of the New-Canadian: -___._______ i treatise on Canada's greatest edu- jj iational problem, by j. T. M. Ander- ion, Inspect-or of Schools, Yorkton, Saskatchewan. The Clash: a Study of .Kationalitics, iy Wlliiara Henry Moore. The Uulwarts of I'eace, by Hcber Hart. The Great peace, by H. H. Powers. 13ulldlng a New World: nn outline 'or the discussion of the Christian 'asues involved in tho winning of the and in the establishment of world leraocracy, by Harrison 9. Elliott. The Meaning of Reconstruction, by Tho Six-Hour Day, and other Indus- trial Questions, by Lord LbYcrhnlno. The Ethics ot Cooperation, by Jas. 11. Tufts. Labour In Ihe Commonwealth: a book'for the younger generation, by 0. D. H, Cole. Labour and Economics, by Frederick Mills. The .Meaning of Industrial Freedom, by O, D. II. Cole, and W. .Mcllor. These hooka may bo borrowed by, ani' individual In the province. Tho only charge for liie use of them is the payment ot postage both ways. CROWS NEST OIL COMPANY TO DRILL Will Sink !n Southeastern 8. C. Exacts Rttutti Within 'Month. SPOKANE, April retiring board the Crows Nest Oil company were re-electati at iha annual r-iiMftlnj yesterday with .the 'exception of Switzer who wna-succeeded by C. W. Glfa.lrap, gmin hnyer for the Blueslem ,cwqpany. Tfie of. Leo Johnson, presi- dent; Dr. A. Freeman, vfco-presirtent; i IR. H. Greene, secretary-treasurer, 'b. Scott Hiid Leo Johnson. The held in the assembly room of the Old NatEonnl Fmnk build- in and WEVS attended Ly ?o stock Alxml of the 000 sliaras Tinned reprewinttd. by Jarte.i McLlroy, slinwed a small surulus KOW WEAK WOMEN ARE MftOESTRONG Mrs. Westmoreland in the'Foliowing Letter. Harrison, N. mj first child was bom 1 did not know nboiit Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Cora- pound bad avcry hard time. I read in the Vegetable Com- pound and when my second child cane 1 took it and was well doriog the whole time, and childbirth hundred times mier. Ever I have used it for any weakness awl'wjbold not be wlthoat it for thu world. 1 do' all my work and am strong and healthy. J am nursing my biiby, and I (till take the Vegetable Cora pound Mitkeejwawomin In good health. You may publish my lestinionislforthogpodof otncrwomen, if you choose lo do C. WEST- MOtELAND, Harrison, N.Y, ty'omen who from displace- itietils, inflaramation, alceratjon, and aorvoustiesafehould lose tie time in giving Itmoua root (MM herb remedy, PiniiiRrn's Com- ft special advice write to K, f difdifirw I.ynn, Mass. All Phonograplis in One Plays, any disc record, including Columbia, Victor, Pathp or Edison without changing reproducers. and Up Come in and see these wonderful instruments, also other makes of machines in Victor and Columbia. A Gold Bond Guarantee is given; with every new Melotone, absolutely the greatest phonograph value in Canada. Gall Today at the ne Store We repair any make of phonograph, or.if .yoii possess an old machihe we will make you an allowance on it toward a new MELOTONE. h iV.-: I-. -.-1 LETHBHIDGE'S BIGGEST AND FINEST JEWELRY STORE. THE STORE WITH THE STOCK 1913 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN LATH, SHINGLES, MOULDINGS and LUMBER SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS Head.Offke and Dntribatinj; Yard, Cor. 3rd Arc. and 17th St., Lethbridye Branch Mackod, Cwddale, Chn and BanmeL At ACM iwfatf we handle Fencing Material, Hardware aid Farm Consult Us Regard- ing Prices, Plans etc. Box 189, or Phoie 51S, LelUridte ;