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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta fsVCEE EIGHT DHAYEDNEWS miCOLEMAN (JVoui Ci-.'.T Own COLXMAJJ. Mar. Mri rrtiiried on Jrum a trlv his. fruit ranch at Cretton. He resorts proipecti good for a btjuper crop thJs year frocj that dlrtiict. retif ned veterans enjoyable iluw oa Wed- nesday evening, wheu were en-i Uy the of JustituUoBal church. A splendid pro- gram rendered by talent, af- i lie delighted at tlie good news brought back from Kdmonttm by ex-Mayor where he went to interview ihs department road conui- lions throughout the Pass, lie has returned with the assurance that ex- itnslve vi'ill be made daring the summer. THE LETUBBIDGF. DAILY HERALD 10 NOKE KIDIEY WEDNESDAY, 1919 WFAMMESWrt PARIS, April Twenty members ot Russian imperial family, including former aser Empress Marie' feodorovna, readied Constau- liBople fropi Crimea several days ajo. accordlns to Marcel llutln In the Echo de Paris. The party slso luclud- a-dainty, lusch serred.' tormer Orasd Duko Nicholas by the ladks of the church. at one time commander- The 'niea all the teelini j 0[ the Russian army, and Peter that aflalrs of this kind certainty made them feel bow good il was to be back: The social evening by Sil the Rusiiau imperial army, and a younger brother ot Nicholas. _ MchoW and Peter, who married ration Army on Thursday night o( ,he queen oi having a great success. A splendid rendered, and-the which lucked the hall to tUe doors.' showed ;lbeir apprecUtion ot tie eooJ work -the army ia doing In this dif- Tom Parry, Jr. and 'A. Mooetie the two latwl arrivals from oriar- aeas. The large crowd af tbe station ample evidence of the popular- ity of these two young msa. The local merchants and clerks have 'got tosethc-r and 'business honri. Monday, !March; 31st, all stores will close at been invited to res We In Rome, have left Constantinople for the Italian cap- ital on an Italian iteamship. The oth: ers in the party, including the dow- ager empress, will so to Melta on boani a British warship, where they will await the decision of the British government as to their future place of residence. BOMBS IN IJERLOHN BERUX, April Copea- attempting to disperse a crowa of demonstrators at Iserlohn, I TKe Quality Never Varies LONDON'. April following Canadians have been gazetted tor the Military Mcdat. All privates unless (otherwise noted: Corpl. A. E. Adderlev. Solur V. P. Abler, 52ud; 0. Akiwenzle, 4JrJ; Corpl H Aleiander, 50th; Sergt. U Allim.SSth; C. Q Si. S. W. S.Allan, 44th; Cbrpl. D. H. Ambler, 4Cth; M. P. B. Amos, S5lh; A. P. Anderson, C. M. It.; C.S.M. A. W. Anderson. 4th; D. G. Appleton. 47th; F. Ar- tour, C.M.R. Sergt. H. Banks, Engineers; L.-Cpl. C J Baimerman, SSth; L.-Cpl. W. A. Barclay. 43rd; Serst. A. K. Barker, 43rd: r. Ij. Barllstt. Engineers; Sergl. R. J. Darren, lit; E. M- Bates. C. M. R.; Sergt. G. A. Beale. Artillery; V. Beaumont. 116th; L.-Crtl. D. Beam, CyciiUi; A. J. Beaudoiu. 4tth; 11. H. Betchtl, 47th; J. Deck, 1st. i S. Sgt L. Castera, Artillery; W. 11 Cartwrigbl, 47th; Sergt D. R. Chal E. Challis. 44th; S Charette. 4lh; Corpl. A. Charlton. En gineers; Sergt. W. J. Campbell, C.M R.; 3. Capone, 1st; Corpl. G. W. Carr C.M.R.; Serst J. Carson, 12nd; B. J Casey, Medicals; T. J. Casstdy, JSth. Sergt H. Doans. Artillery; F. ueare SSth; P. DeCrechie, C.M.R.; S. D regoris, SSth; Sergt. 11. De'nhan. C .R.; A. Dennis. C. M. R.; R. A. Des hene, Sergt J. Deveeu, Ar llery; L.-C1. A. Dlckson, Corpl A. Dion, 4Jrd; Corpl. W. J. Dlckson nglneers; Sergt. A. B. Doherty, Rl} roops; Seiirf E. Dchjrty, Engineers L. Corpl. A-' T. Elsden, STth; R rapton, W. F-idlcntt, 87th Erdahl. W. orpl. E. Brans, 3rd; Corpl. J. flavor is twlea m tpn of Oedl Brand' pourJ, 1 fount, anJ 2 pound in.liM batn, (rfuni, or Ate fmmifa peroJatm. CHASE TO ALL CAR OWNERS OF LEHfiRIDGE AND DISTRICT------ WE BEG TO ANNOUNCE TO ALL CAR OWN- ERSTHAT We areOpening VmcaniziEg Works INTHISCITY, AT 408 SIXTH STREET SOUTH On April 15th, 1919 We are prepared to do all sitijs of repairs in. the mbher line. All alies at (Irssi 07 tke HarwooiJ srstass irltk special (Ar r'sn cmt rtpain. We fuarantx all oar work to be satlsfaetMT and will pay charge, OM war on oat at town work. Brinji yoar Uree'to aa and It tter. are.wftrtn repalrlni; do It Yonr patronage is respectfulrf scUctted. PATRONIZE YOUR FI6HTIHX8 KEN Veteran Tire and Repair Company S. WAtTER MARSH, Manaeer LOOK AT THt WHICH OO INTO EFFECT APRIt 16th. 1 Sweet.................60e Ib. B.F. No. 2 ISov................. 55c per fc. B.F. 2Sw................... 5lc per b. B.F. This is an advapu of >c per IB, We have a Fanner's Record Book for you, if you wifl fill in coupon and mail to us, DAIRY tIMITED, Lnhbrirfee, Alberta. 1 one o( your Farm Record Hooks, but would off., 1 hnre..........Milch Cowl. (N'amej (Address- SUM III tl >S Law "Three jrean 140, 1 begta to feei rua-devi aad tired, aad suffered rt.ry Btteh tAi'tr Kidmty llaTiac read ot Truil-a- I Uwutnt I would try taem. The result was suprtsing. ktvt net AW ttt tier's tietfta since I ccmmeaced using and I kaow now what .1 ken wt kxnrn for a good many that U, Ux htesoiur of a healthy body and fleer tUnkiusr 1 WALTER 3. MARJUOTT, a for p.tO, trial Re. At all dealers or aent postpajd oa receipt of price Umited, Ottawa. FORPQSW CLERKS adUn arihy employed as Inspector of camps. "For pottths previous U} his de- from statee, of being tliagmntled. Jjlt'is claimed thai UiU WK to by tsVfacl that ite was unable o secede to blai reqtteat tor promotion Now Betnj Drafted Hon. Rowtil ToM HIMMC Ysstterilar Mr. OTTAWA, April W. i. Jf. R.; E. Sergt. W. J. Pearsell. 116th; terjon, Artillery; L.-Corp. S. Paiton, 78th; T. J. Hesree. 38th; A. Pearson, 54th; r. H. Pelletler, S7th; Serrt A. R. Perkins, SJnd. A Q. Rtdgs. Cyclists; A. Hiley, Artil- lery: Rlpley, SStb; A. Rhodes, SSth; W. F. Rofcerts, 102nd; A. Rennie, M.G.C.; E. W. Richards, 72nd; W. N. Richards, lltta; Corpl. N. Richardson, CMP BonJbdr. J. R. Scott, Artillery; B. S.M. E. W. SchrUener, Artillery; 'L.- A. S7th; Sergt R- J. Seely, 0. M. R.; M. Selby, A. S. C.; Serft. T. R. Selkirk, 72nd; C. W. Sel- lea, Medicals; Sergt. W. J. Serrica, statement in (he House yesler day with recant to the result o! thn between the eovernmeui representatives o( the letter car- riers and postal, clerks iu Canada, by representatives of the Am Postal .Workers, the Do- tulnicu Postal Clerks' Association and representatives of the letter carriers, The conferences were most amicable. The.request of the representatives ol the various organizations present was fef certain-changes in Salary. The government had informed the dele gates that a re-clsssificattbu of (lie service was now under way and that no action could be- taken until this was completed. Tho situation, as IT now stood, that the re-classification out all existing wage sche- dittos and also nullify tho differential between east anil West. Men would be paid ou the basis of work done, no .tier what .section of the country hey resided in. The new schedule, would he data! back to April 1. It was hoped, said 'Mr. Rowell, to introduce the re-claKlficallon on or about the irat of May. :o the rank of :lleitteaut-colGGel, for reaaous amotur whicii wan the {act Major Bwiac had not seen Mr- rice in Ktaare. it was thought there- that It "would be unfair to make him senior to oaay officer! wrvlog at the front la the Canadian army ser- ice corpa. The qvarlermaeter-geBer al, with a ttrer.tthenlng the Cavadlaa prsanlii'-ton to meet tbe de- mobilisation el Canadian ln( tkrwsKfa en route to Can ada, FYaaw u erpert. officer ot of .HeuteaaaU colonel. Whea wu Majol requested to hi returned U "anada, which application WM tnwapt ly acceded to." THANK SIM WILLIAM MONTREAL, Asrtl resolu- tion uf appreciation ot the services ol Sir William Peterson wan at i meeting of board of governors o; McOill Unltertlty. The appointment was announce! at Dr. Joto Tall, of thu Unlreraity of Edioburfh, to the chaii of phyilolocr at McUlll aad of IX. Samuel E. Whitehall, Oifurd. tu th4 chair fit Ontario may hare a general tlectlon this fall. !nd- Sergt. E. W. Ede, Corpl I A. S. C.; Corpl. W. E- Sewari, lOZnd; -T_ ghannessy, J8th; Sergt. J. Sharpe, ly Troops; C. E. Shaver, 50th; C. S. i B.'Shaw, 86th; C. S. M. A. Shel- A. S. 43rd; Sergt. (1. Ed- wards, 4Sth; R. W. Edwards. A. S. C.; Elliott, Cyclists; J. Fidler, 46lh; J. S. M. W.- FUyer, 1st; Sergt. S. Flnfl- ater, 72nd; D. J. Findlarson, S5th; W. Finley, Eagtoeers; Corpl. J. B. Finnboeason, M.M.G.B.; Dvr. J. J- 'ilzp'atriclf, Artillery) Corpl. J. J- Fleming, Engineers; B. Flood, 52nd; H. Ftynn, Medicals; Serai. A. L. Fol- lott. C.M.R. A. Gordon, 54th; A. C. Gordon, ery; R. Gow, C. M. L. F. Graham, 1st; R. Graham. C.M.R.; Corpl. 0. Grandbois, B, Gibson, JSttr Sergt. P. S. Gill, Engineers; Sergt H. R. Gillam, C. M. RU L. Cpl. W. G. Gi.les, 38th; W. Goheen, 58tb, Corpl- W.I.. Hall, 43rd Ham- ilton, 52nd; F. H. Hamilton, 11. G.O.; B C. Hamilton, 78th; C. J. Hampson, S7th; Sergt. A. Hancock, Artillery; R. C. Hanson, A. V. Hardy, M.G.C.; Corpl. R. W> Hardy, Engineers; Spr. W. Hartaess, Engineers; D. Harris, 54th.. O. O. JoVnVtcin, Artlljery; Sergt. W Johnston, F. Ssl. J- Johnstone, Artillery; J..E. Jqle, ISIh; Corpl. R. E. Jones, llth.Engmeers; R Joyce. 44th; M. Jensen, 50th; Corpl A." Johiison. 85th; P. Johnson, 55th; Sergt G. Johnson, Engineers; D. John ston. 47th; H. C. Johnston, 47th. W. C. Keedy, F. Kelly iSth; G. Kelly, Bind; A. Kelly, En gineers; W. S.'-Kelly, M.G.C.; Sergt H. Kelsey, 2nd; Sergt R, G. Kentnar 46th; O'nr.P'. Keogk, Artillery; Corpl M. Kerr, M.M.G.B. Corpl. G. B. Latimer, 102nd; B. Leach, SSth; H. W. Leask, M.G.C.; C S. Leathwood, 52nd; Corpl. W. Lei rew, C. M. R.; A. S. Langille, S5lh; C S. M. C. B. Langille, ind; Sergt Langlauds, sdth; B. Lanslols, S7th Sergt J. Engineers) 1 gpr. A. W. Corp C. E. Marshall, M.M.G.B.; Sergt. A. H. Marflnsoin. 44th; G. H. Masters, 12nd R. Maxwell, 43rd; E. D. JIacPhe S5th; A. R. MacBherson, A. S. O.; E. R. -MacPherson, 72nd; P. Mallette, SSth; W. A. Malpney, Q.M.H.; CorpL W, Mansell, C.T.M.B. T. Nelson, 7Znd; E., Neven, 52nd; Sergt. W. Newstead, Engineers; Corpl. J. Nlven, 102nd; L. Corpl. W. Nlion, Corpl. A. 46th; CorpL E, Nystrom, 46th. Bombdr. E. A. Orr, Artillery; Sergt. H. Ostrom, Artillery; R. O. Owen, 72nd. E. J. Pal- rd, C. A! Shier, Medicals. W. Tighe, 45th; M. 46tb; R. Todd, BSth; G. Tpmlinson, Towart, llth By. 3rd Bde.; A. J. ucker, medleah; Serst. B. J.-Thoms- on, Rty. Trooes; J. Thompson, Sth; .Thompson, toth; R. H. Thompson, Sth; E. E. Thomson, Corpl. O. Corpl. t J. Walsh, Engineers; J. I Vatsh, 75th; J.H. Walnwrignt, C.M t; J. D. Ward, 78th; Sergt B. C Warne, 116th; Corpl. S. Q. Warren Engineers; Drr. C. Watwn; Artllleri; pr. T. Watson, Engineers; Sergt. J X Watt, M.G.C.; Corpl. A. S. Watts Sth; Spr. J. H. Watts, Engineers; J. D. Ward, 78th; Beret E: C. Waree, ISth; Corpl. S. G. Warren, C. Wataon, Artillery; T. Watson, Engineers; Sergt. J. D. Watt M. O. A. S. Watts, 78th. OTTAWA, April received from Canadian militia head' ls-lo Ijhe Affect Ihftt Major F. J. Ewins, vrlio on his arri at Halifai UiU week strongly con- demned the adiniaii tort ion ot tbe over roiUtarr forces.of Canarla, stftt- that It was the refleclioii of the rottenness oi the goTernmeat at Ot- taiviri, was for some time in the Can FINE DPE55 GLOVES ACME GLOVE WORKS LIMITED j Crystal Dairy, Limited I Phone QUEEN'S UPUY TI SOEMCE SUMMEl SESSWfl lo 411 (dor rarl. Ml GRIP, IKFL8EI2A Wtaral OH tlsUhMt, During'influtnia the nose and throat several tirnes day with one part Wizard Oil an Vtsts, Guaranteed. PAHIS, Aeril from U labor conTentlon which Vas placed before the plenary conference was adopted with minor The speeches'ot the la nor memben were appropriate and in some especially thai ot M. Vanderrelde, wnose aspirations u to the futnre of labor, were present ed to' the conference in very impres- sive and forceful language. The motion proposed br Mr. Barnes deals solely with the proposed con ventlon and not with certain clause whtct were submitted by the labpi commission for inclusion in the treaty peace. It Is understood that these ropoied clauses remain tar farther nslderatton as they bear Indications haste and even lack of care in their Sir Robert Borden prnposed an am- droent to a motion submitted by Mr. lames and his was unaHl- ously adopted. Its pnrpose has been lite misunderstood In the French ess. Tho Dominions .of the British j mpire, under the covenant .of- the ague of natkms, -will signatories nd will have certain voice and repre. ntatlon. Sir Robert Borden's am- cdroent was Intended to preferre to g- self-governing Dominkma of the rltish Commonwealih the same states nd the sirae rights in respect of the bor convention as have agreed pen with respect to tlie of na- ons covenant This question and others which had eference to clauses tor In- irtlon in the treaty of teaee he sulijept of earwurt conversation uring tho progress of tlw plenary con wence between Sir Robert. Bordea, Mr. Wilson. Mr. dereeiicean aad Mr. Oeorge. Il was evident that iie views put forward by the Canadian rime minister eventually preralled, nd the course of pro- cedlngs of this oesslOB of the wnfer- nce was so arranged M to meet lews of the DomlniiM represemtatlves WILL INVESTIOATE TIWiER POSS1BILITIM Of CANADA LONDON, April James Bell, Ilrlllsh llaiWr cosUroUer will shortly visit Canada gate tlmhsr Ht Do- minion. Sir Jaraeii conferences with Lloyd Harris, M the Canadian trad 9 on qitettlon of tlmbcr-lnports from Can FOODSTUFFS FROM CANADA TO NEUTRAL-COUNTRieS Sealed tight Kept right WRKJIEY OTTAWA, April to the Canadian tract ta Ot tawa from the (Unadtm mUrtn, UK don, yesterday VtaMI there Is promising outlook'far Canadian especially fowl stuffs, in Holland, Import for tkese countries liave. tthjeffoiiif revision. urallvhasto a package worthy of its contents. WRIGLEYS ;