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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRH, ItU. LKTllliUIIHiK DAILY Ul'.ll.M.U .-AOE THIRTEEN 1YRUNWELLIN1BNLKIMK lo'Tlie HeralJ) EDMONTON, April A deter- mined effort by the government to liuth through the third raiding Tlmrs- of Hie "Flrty-tltty Mutual Hill In- iirlvate bill by II. B. Atkins, government member from DiJsliury. resulted In a complete ty- ing up of the legislative programme to finish the session by Thursday ulghl. livery article In the bill was subject- ed this moruing to a running flte 04 criticism from James Wolr, dnd a number of opposition ft vote bcllig taken on almost every clause and the majorit) pulling them Tho house is practically cer- last provincial election, acting with tho knowledge of and under the In structlons of the Hou. Mr. Garlepy lliu minister of the said department employes gave up regular duties and devoted their time to election work.." Br Wtir Nan ton, that tho leglslaturt memorialliB the Dominion govern ment to fix lha price of ;wheat the- tariff of .Canada In accord ance with the pUtlorm, of the Unite' Farmers of liy J. S, McCmltura (governmentT urginf the Dominion ornment to "make a forth urUh of lo ma illy is i. tain to alt Saturday and ihe session swn aenrke or to h nny go ovar to next Tuesday. Tills is what the government is trying lo to prevent a healed debate on number of contentious resolutions: These resolutions include the fol- io sv ing: By A. p. lowing denouncing the government's railway yjlloy. Hy Howard Crawford South Edmonton, demanding censure of the government for permitting Hon. G-arlepy, former minister of to remain in office until ho resigned because "during the iimiiluT of I'aifaiJaui 1 to have fci rioiius at heFf today. Ti- meii wcie ro-l. tut a 'cotisldeuU i 'have altfisidy -t" About a 'dozen" -i tried. U arr- 'in a mutiny in His Majesty's forces. in the Alternative cliurges are lhat they U iiiuiitU wire when soldiers vorabitied TO and Sij 'to resist authority failed to use tr'-'l undt-r ar- ttifir utmost endeavors to LIVERPOOL, April I Sis i.risonors. general convened III. Archer. Y. y the cooiniander-iu-thief of ihe jlatx1 and Sappers command for the triu! of were i'lopurtiun of outbreak. An experienced court- ;i dealt with, warllal officer. Major K, Wyuaan, v-nKi'ii to K- v -ts ar-pointeJ by ihe l-anaaian auth- oritfps to undeftaVo the of military prisoners and all the men Ijk-n-cm, to themselves of his as- niid J, Wai' ami McKon- Joined family.1 If Mr. McCtUuni forces consider: lloti of his resolution, H is unde stood lhat certain other governmen members who are opposed lo the form of it will bring in amendments and (he opposition purposes to do Urn same. A debate then result wliEch miy tie up the hous'e for days, A sim- ilar situation exists in regard to Mr. Weir's resolutions as It Is understock, if he forces them, the government in- tends to bring in amendments even stronger In tone. (Special, tu The HeralM EDMONTON, April teprc-setiUtioit? made by a big (lepuU- lion of Calgary ami Banff citizens Thursday morning lo Premier Charles mid Han, A. J. McLean, min- ister of puSilu; tlie announce- ment was inado that 530.000 will be sjienl this year In Improving Uie main road from Calgary to Banff.' A largo partfon of Ihis sum be cspemled in improving the condition of the particularly bad miles of road across the Morley Reserve which will judutic taking out the bad stones .and jl'me gravelling of thq road. .The deputation loudly applauded the announcement which was made by Mr. :McLoan with concurrence of Premier Stewart. The views of the dcpul atiim were pruECnled by W- K, Lent, S. Davidson, James Short of Calgary, and of-Ihe Bunff National ol wluim macie strong n .tcsnlly of roa 'vrnrk at the earliest giomeu ifr. JULean promised thal'vrorii would begin immediately lollowing the of the legislative session, tliat some the money hart already been auth prized, and tiie engineers were pre- paring iiln'ns now. Mr. P. W. Lent uenl in same detail into the plans of Hie British Colum Ma 2nd Dominion governments for completing the "circle" roads which "uUl link the Calvary-Banff, and f-row's Nest roads Tvlth the II. 0. re-Ads running through Ihe wonderful mountain dlEtrlcls of! anil north to Lake "XVindernicre, thence on north to join the road from Hsnff to Lake Louise, The speaker emphasized the great sums of money lhat were beinj? Spoilt on tiiia roati work and pointetl oul that It. was up to the province of JMIierla to carry at least a small share of, the work in improving parts of'the reads within the Alberta lion. Mr. McLean pointed'oul (hat the public wprlis department, iti ping out its main trunk line 'roads throughout, the- province, found lhat (hey coincided practically everywhere with the Ideas of the various munici- .jialities; lhat there were some miles of these main lino roads in nil, and it was a difficult matter to decidfc Jti3t .where the money should be snenl. Mcljeao said thnl Ihere were eight or nine bridges to be replaced a'l along tho Calgary to Banff irail as well as other permanent works that the only question at all T-raa tha of money, of revenue. It must be re tietnbered thai the hail ;r> consider the demands of the coun Lry districts as well as tho cities ant ,aat some money would have lo be spent on aH Ihe different routes. There is no better laundrysoap obtainable at the price. Therefore if the cake of Gold Soap were no larger than any other it would be a good buy. But the Gold Soap Cake is larger. It is one-fifth or more larger than any other laundry soap at the price. To use Gold Soap is to cut your laundry soap bill one-fifth. Gobf Soap it made m the Procter Gamble Factories at Hamilton, Canada SOAP i'aJor Wyman asked postponement r the trial of pte- Wctaoti becauaa witnesses In Lis case had re- urnyd to Canada. The prosecution pointed out that if Ihe witnesses were demobilized no try corps; Sapper M, McKenzEe, fourth K.M, i- reserve lattalioD. and Sapper Menvln Kngllah, Canadian Hallway troops. power existed to bring them back to Kn gland. Tho court decided to put back (he case. Subsequently tho prosecution Mated It was not prepared to proceed against the other accused today owing j to ilieir having bten marched in o'lt of thsir rightful order. Who They Ara L1VKIJFOOL, April 17. The units with which the prisoners are connect- CHARGED WITH FORGERY ed are: Pte. Allan rMc n, 3rd r battalion; Pte. Archer, ISth Out, April Capt. A Mluard, for a ilmo superintendent of the Dominion police at was brought to this dty today by Inapocl- or Duncan on a charge of forgery lit connection with the handling of mil- itary funds. Mlnanl is now being de- battalion; Sapper 1 '-ained at Ihe police court. He will Costaguhko, 12th reserve tattalion; in the police court on Satur- Pte. James Wallace, Canadian fores- HENNESEY WILSON NORTH LETHBR1DGE Come To This Store To Outfit Your BOYS WE STOCK EVERYTHING TO CLOTHE THE BOVS FROM HEAD TO TOE. WE BELIEVE OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. COME AND SEE. SUITS to MINNEOO3A DOCKS ST. JOHN. N.D., April C. P 0. S, MIunedosR docked here 4.30 this afternoon. M." DOES THE BRIGHT SUNLIGHT CAUSE YOUR EYES DISCOMFORT All light it combination of visible yclfow, green, blue and vjoletr the ray.i you Bee when light it into the Apectrum or "rainbow." But beside these visible rays there are invis- ible rayt, of which, known at the ultra-violet! hive been proven by science to be destructive to the delicate of the Light reflected from water, from beaches, roarta or snow over-abundant in ultra-violet Glare the eyes, just as does the glare from headlights, "spot lights" or any strong 1 artificial The ultra-violet rays are vvriat make you' ''squint" to protect your eyes temporarily from the'TrriWtioh which eventually retults, Eminent tcEentiiU, however, have invented a glasi which "filters" out the ultra violet rays, and Hows the to pars through tothe eye unchanged. It is not its compotition it >o tHght a tint that it can hardly be, dtstlrlgulshed from plain white glass, If reading or working under strong artificial light, or ui a are F. H. WILKINS Phones 1937 Southard Block Ground Floor the severe glare of suniigHt, hurts Optometrist and Sight Specialist Open 9 to 6 Sat. 9 to 9 EASTERN HATS AND 50c to to HERCULES 50cto65c ZIMMERKNIT COMBINA- TIONS .................95c SHIRTS, BLOUSES, COnON JER- SEYS, SEPARATE PANTS, ETC., ETC., ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES. _ i We have a complete range of Spring and Summer Hals for Ladies, Misses and Children. It will pay you to look over these lines, SEEDS A complete range of Flower and Garden Seeds in Steele Briggs, McKenzies and R. B. MORDEN PHONE 13M MERCHANT M 1STH. N. NumWr EASTER SPECIALS AT THE Westminster Meat Market HOME FED BEEF HOME FED VEAL SMOKED HAMS per Ib. j- SMOKED BACON per Ib. PHONE 1055 m Special Easter Offerings AT THE PURE FOOD MARKETS We have secured for our Easter requirements tKe specially fed by the Government Experimental Farm. Triiese will be on sale at all our markets on Sat- urday. Our offerings comprise the following choicest meats on the market------- Government Experimental Choice Spring Veal, Farm t Lamb, Milk Fed Turkeys, Prime Grain Fed Beef. Milk Fed Fowls _ We.have also secured a limited amount of choice, fresh made COLD STREAM CREAMERY BUTTER Our price on Saturday will be 2 Ibs for This butter will sell quickly so please place your orders early, every pound guar- anteed. P. BURNS CO. Limited PALACE MARKET THIRTEENTH STREET N, PCDNE 4i1. Food lord Llcinte No. MAIN MARKET DOMINION MARKfT THIRD AVENUE SOUTH COR. 4TH AVC. AND (TH i. 412 AND UW PMOHt foot Botrd PM4 fttrt Llome Rttoll DOMINION MARKET-FHONE ALL OUR MARKETS CLOSF, AT 6.00 O'CLOCK TONIGHT ;