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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TEX ffiSIREEIRiW, KIICOUIfCILfflflltMMEN considered uould return a larger rev- enue. This by instituting four-cent r.t.nv. or ii faro.' The council cession on the of ihe city coijutll wei-e not oniy .willing to liand the to satisfy their demands for iu-JTeni over for oixrattcm hv the mbtor- 'n' the men, out offered to the deltcit The cf the federa- tion ot civii; employees ivere offered tie gift of R xhite elepfcant is a'cou- crease- in wages. The gift, was nature of tlie handing over of the street rafeway system to the what they razor blade al-' ways sharp! What a com- fort and convenienre. Yet because of the seJf- stropping feature, that's just what you get with an AutoStrop Razor. 1J btadcs Diseased Skin rYetdom at once from the agony of dteease..The soothing wash" ot oils Try It D. Xigintntham t Co., Ltd., AdTertisement. .Ooen't hut t bft! Kft rieht off with fingers.' f on thai touchy com, instant- Ily-Uiat com stops hurUng, then you Mt it light out with the fingers. f Y-Msr. druggist sells a kettle of Froeionc for a fevr sufficient to, rijTyonr feet of corn, of corn the toes, and calluses, with- fm aoreneM or irritation, ttte ranch talked of discovery of the mm, lEULOSSmiR Save Double Its Beauty In a Few Moments- Try Thlsl of anyihiitg'ihe'-iuen over the operating and other charges i hey were told they uere entitled to keep. There is a of the Greeks when they ofler you gifts." U was in this lishi that th6 civic ployees regarded the profxjsttioii, and ir kfint.jhcm thinking. final has so far been done. Th'o mat- ter is still untte.ri process "of considera- tion, and it looks as if it will take as long oTer the deliberations as tbe peace conference at Versailles. In. regard to the statement of the employees, mentioned in the llerahj, that there were tai ar- rears which could applied, to tbe increased wages asked for, the mayor states that the employees misunder- stand the matter: It is true there are iai KVreare, they by np.nieans .rep- resent sterling value. As far as their Yiiuti go they up not represent five cents in the way of ready cash. The arrears RTQ already used up as col- lateral for advances made to the city. Amfndment Giving Power Do So Has Been Changed By Government GRAMPIAN SAILS OTTAWA. Aurll .inilllia depavtmcni has been aililsed that transuort 134 ('ji-.. r.L-lan soldie.s uuil ihfe-.A- f-K-S a totai of reach _St. John cu or atom April 20. (he on- women, chJiilrca and lu fanu. There are 10 men fur (his dispersal area aboard. Hffil OTTAWA, April commons railway committee this 'morninK re- the bil! to exlond lhe--iime fur cpDstruciion of the Central Ca LKTHBR1DGE' DAILY HKHAU) CU1MTO More Intensive of CerUia Subjects AdvirtM By Horn. P. Smith KDMONTOX, discussions pa Tuesday of th? aiufud- to tip si-SKWl nets and. dilin- ances, Hon. P. Sinitii, minister of education, said Uuit ii waa in- tention to about a milieu) revis- ion ot hi order to eiyo moro ladrough to sncdflc courses iastead a slitht of many subjects. He meu- tioned history tspecially- W. SI. IXiviAsou (gorcnmiontVi N'onh should be au agricuUural iu or near Calkary. This idea was ttrongiy by Oeiree iloail- leader ot tie.-oppositioa. who ada-Railnay. a one-time araUitious agricultural schools' slTbiilil railway eutcrpriso which ii now in the at all large cities. hamls ot ihe cichetjuer court and iwlni.made was tliat iiiauy people be of (Special lo the Herald) HDMOXTON, AiU., rApril cal 'changes in proposed amendments Id the Provincial Liquor Act were brought Into the legislature _on Tuea- i day by .Alioraey.-General Boyle which larjely.reinores the sting in the first draft of the proposed amendment. One of the new changes specifically ex- empts private dwelling bouses-from entry: without a warrant from a police magistrate or Justice ot the peace. The prferions umEndment would have permitted the search of "private dwellings'" as -irell as business and other the order ot tiie, commisslojuer of police. Another amendment eliminates the pwrer -which it -was proposed .pfoTincial police, "to detain an'd search any, person irboni he belierea to hs conducting ah Illicit trafficxln llnnor1' Irtthe. power to "seize any liquor found on his THisjras in- cluded in a Claris permitting police- men on delain aDd-search any IransporUtiou convey- inces, for Iiqnort which'stlll stands. lie British .The eiplr- ingr charter authorized'. tWconstruc- lion of a line from Montreal lo Ottawa and thence to the Georgian CT N. Armstrong, ot -Montreal, 'de- nied EOUID statements made at a for- mer meeting of tho cofflmiilee 10 the effect that two and a-half million dol- lars had been raised ia Briiam aud .with small results. On lhat occa- sion some of the com- uiittee asked If money bad been stolen. Mr. Armstrong that the Hritish bondholders had contributed less than Every dollar st cured from the-bondholders had been riui Into the line. He also denied that the chief promoter of the cotri- Piny. The late Hon. A. C. Campbell was president of the company and its di- rectors had Included several senators and Ihree ex-mayors of -Montreal. When iiie company ivas organized, he said, it n-as-thoujht they had a valu- able, land grant.'but this was taken away by the Dominion parliament which weakened'the ability of, Hhe company to raise money. --Despite this.'plans had been made jus't before the war to float ih'e bonds of the compa_ny in London, when'it developed that the Ijondonl co'mian'y was dealing'with German raonev who are anxious'to get oh land hve in cities, not because they desire to, hut because they are timid'of rnak- "jg the alternpt on the lam! tlirough lack.of knowlefee of agrlcul- tnnl methods. James Weir, XaulSn' was Inclined' to "oppose the idt-n of asricuiturai schools right Insid'e city limits on the scoreJthat couiitry child- ren ntfending them would be'subject considerable d'iscussioii over the, clause in the hill providing an annual grant of J50 to te'achers special instruction In music. All clauses of tho Ml Dnally were-adopted. The house also passed appropriatiun bill No'65 authoriziuB the litulenant-govemor iu council to oblain a loan of WOOO- 000 of which is for tele- phones and for general pur- poses named legislature. ff )ou care for heavy hair, lhat tMsten, Trith b .W is rid an' ?'T. word )K the fatherland and (ho inter- donblev the, ,-We "Ot ..j uown arma.iintll tire middle classes and the aristocracy are crushed.' t HUJV auii- and IB fluffy and Instrous, (ry of erery particle o? dand- you cwoot hare nice, heavy, oar U rm have dandrnff. TMi scorf robs the hair o( "trenEth and Us very r and Dot overcome it produces and Itching of ths the hair'roots famish. loose die; the hair falls oul. fas 'Jf., small bottle of KnowHon_ ae rtrog store or loilel for a ferf'centB'; apply a liltloi a'-and.ten rniadtcs after you UlSlOnLtEHN LIMERICK BLOCKADED x LIMERICK, Ireland, April .factories and-stores in Lhrrerlck were clos-' ed today except provision and bread shops. During the Viight the (orcee are en.- forcing martial law this erected barriers .acrow all. the roads entering the city" arid rvo persons except those with milit-' a ry are allowed to pass. to the lure of cit There also April credentials committee of the conference its first meeting today and-.elect- rd Jules Cambon. 'of France, presi- dent.. On examining, the credentials of the various delegates the commit- lee found inadequate and incomplete. of the'Am- 3HJ this apparently had resulted froin'a failure to under- stand the jequireaJenU arid could be corrected.; .Many countries; it'develop- Cd, failed .-to indicated which itVbfof Lreir'tire ropresentalires shall act'as pitnipolentiaries. is- ,m order to ;the atirhorha lion of Ihe degMtbes'ti) toteTnith'e'con 'n' NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY bread long and difficult operation is a mistake, as bread may now be included in the list of quickly prepared foods, for with HOYAL YEAST use ready for our hours from the time the sponge ake contained oyal Yeast Bake Book which1 will be sent free upon request. E.W.GUIett Company Limited. Toronto. Canada DANZIG STRIKE ENDS UEUL1.S-, April strike BRINGS MANY JOYS The war taught to save and to serve; tt brought aiul npv comes Peiice wiiK Wheat coiddnt oet iaffl you wanted !war but now your orbcercaii supply UKr Itis thesame Steadied it. Eaf it with milk or cream. Salt or EASTER .A 'claim 'for amount of HO.Orfo damages hasjwpn fiioii L.V Fred Jliller, of Grassy TJaKe, against John Slaby, also 6f Grassy-Lake, for.the alienation of .affections. The, claimant is a soldier, ing his absence at the front he slates that the defendant worked on his wife's; Affections so much that she, vent to live with'him and is doing so now, I leaving hfr three, children: In addi- tion to getting the wife "to live with him, Milter that Slaby prevail-1 ed.on'her lo; give'him money and' property belonging to the plaintiff to the amount of The claim on fcehalt of the plaintiff. Is1 filed by Palmer. .1 BLACK LISLE .Ladies', fine mercerized lisle hose. Full fashhyied ribhed top. Full range of slzeis.' Bi- p cellcnt dye. At O3C 0. S. LISLE black BUDAPEST, April Via Copen- flela Kun, the Hungarir.n forc-lgn minister, at a 'meeting of the workmen's "Osr" watch- council on Saturday SAV8 SQUIRREL WHISKEY "WAS FOR MORSES r you Wfll tkls tie bent Investment ,of atc kaf teta of 4ndnA-w> tair (Special to The Herald EDMOSTON, April H- In a il telegram sent from Ijta Ange- les, Calif, Monday, Vred Koreler, former chief license In- lhat She 31 gallons' of liquor froni his regime rv- cenlly tested hy the provincial chemist and found "unfit" for were liquors which had bctn kspt-lh slock for orer two years for sale to vetennarleB ireatmeiit ot norm and not S Made .in good qualify lisle. All sizes and splendid value. At VENUS HOSIERY Pure silk hosiery in our now famous "Venus" brand-. Good heavv Eilli thread hoso In" white, grey, sand, black, brown and dark o AA grey. All sizes. At L.VV STOIPED HOSIERY-' Novelty striked hosiery in ex- cellent quality and good1 fitting fashioned style. In shades o[ steel, brown; white, Ma'ci, drab and fawn. Very special, at.Vi rn 4.0V COLORED LISLE 1 Ladies' colored lisle hosiery in .mercerized -finish, full fashioned and full range of sizes, These come in black.' while and other colors. A line of hofiery noted for i fift' wear, i'air SILK HOSE Colorcfl htaiery .In. lilack, while, clmnipagne, or Splendid Mine, made from pocil (inaHty of aiik, Alt i sizes at, pair 1 tvv .OUR SPECIAL Thla is our special Silk hosiery In black.amr'vrlilte only. These arc made from extra heavy silk thread and wilh ribbed ton which assures you of added wear. i ClY twlr..................... ItDU SILK HOSE Parties' colored'silk hosiery In a splendid racgo of colors such ta brown, grey, champagne, smoke, Good wearing quality nnd splendid colors. At, EASTERSALE DAY BRINGS MORE g 'To choose one of. these suits, dresses, coals or capes is to acquire instantly an air oh distmction, They are just the latest'ideas c< the best desigrifers in the most ap- proved sty esapd fabncs. Come and see for yourself these exclusive models. Special values -m- every department all this week. SPRING COATS Everyone a new rtylish model In the thadts such as Rookie, Jay Blue, Sand, Hire you fili-finil an excluK ivs style that is lure lo pteaie you. Dozen's of modeli to choote from, and i Prked from to 565.00 SPRING SUITS have received big ''.hijiment of luiti. Thew are all different ttylet from what have arrived prevlom to ajme. Suits In veloun, trlcoline, Jersey cloth, terge and dir.5. A full ranje of the wanted colors. to NEW DRESSES -V Juct 3 tittle better and Jutt a few more good styles< htfore. Fine wool Jersey Cloth dresses lie. r.ew Serne DresMs, New Poplin Dresses, plain and. Fancy Dress.'s. More-new istyles by txpnu'tMi week. Priced Iron to Dainty sheer Silk Camisplec stylo, that are extra tptiai value at and Silk In wWt. and pink, embroidered and lace trimmed. The bert values wt have ofiertr, SILK LINGERIE SILK SKIRTS New Sweater Coats in Wool and Silk i JS2.75, J3.5I, The finest values and but and moat approv.d are nhewr.' novelty stripts, tklrts In NEW POPLIN SKIRTS TODAY RYLA CORRECT DRESS WOMEN CO. EASTER Hints KIDGtOVES All Colors. SILK HOSIERY HANDKERCHIEFS v -Purt.I.innn.- 25cfo5Qc SATIN UNDERSKIRTS All Colors.- r SORTS S7.50 to SILK HAND and 'CREPE WAISTS to All Colors and Sizes MOTOR CAPS to .VOILE WAISTS to 'All Sizes. SILKiGLOVES. and CAPES AND DOLMAN COATS 1 Tlip exclusive sfjk'S arc being I'lioWn here In n varied ansiift- ment of colors.and Every ond a model nf fit _and appearance. Some (raclivc now styles In sand Bhnrteii have Just hcen received.' -OUR PRICES to v'. NEW ARRIVALS IN COATS AND CAPES ;