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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOTJHTEEN' fHE JJSTHHlUUliis UA1LT HEKA7.D THURSDAY, APRIL-22. 1920 Jfhat is of B. C. Indiani at Want Old Rtghti 4. Rwtorad OTTAWA, April (By Canedlsn The high coat of llvlne form- ed a oasis for a Tenement axsument by tie British Indiana to- Air before the oa pro- post i amendments to the Indian Act. "Our hsaTen.T father food lone before tha white man came, i> placing salmon In our rtters. Now the white men who canj tiford better food and -Hint to make a little more money, come and oar food from said Georga iiatheson, of Sir d Is. B.C. Indians had been for Uk- lag tholr winter's food supply from the rivers running through their WILL URGE NICKEL- COINAGE OTTAWA, April Cana- of nickel for manufacture of small coinage the Idea which J. A. Campbell, The Pas, will sfrggest to the house on Friday. He thai the mat- bo taken up as as pos- reserve. A. Matieaoa, braves, declared along with other that the Indiana never be at peace until their land, fishtaE and hunting rights were {ally 'restored to them. Other mat- ta'rsi Each as education ariu enfrau- coald wait. D. C. Scoti, deputy mints ter, syja- 'pathijed'iritb, the ladfihE, .tart other foods had been substituted. This was not satisfactory.' The prohibitory or- der was necessary to preserve' tie sal- TIT CT a. Jl J_lfc_> M. MRS. BANNO MOtSEIWlTSCH Wife of the famous lluesiaii pi-'Jl and ihelr daughter. men Industry. Henry. Jackson, president .of the grand general Indian council of Oa- tario, asied that the bill ba set ssldo to give his association ao opportunity to eiawlne it. This closed the evi- dence and the committee will now sit (o consider -the actual terms of the bill. .Tha committee reconvene nDri-Tuosday. Saskatchewan; Lignite tion Plant Will lie Ready HKGINA. April Brothers and. Wnsc-n veaterday were awarded the contract'for-.the construction of the Lignite qilliuUou board plant at Bleofait. The approximate "cost of the Kill, bo close and work Is to commeac-e within fif- teen, days. D. D. Smith, of Smith Bros, and AVlison, contractors, left for Montreal yesterday niorninjr, the arm was notified that It had been awarded the big contract. Mr. Smith will consult with the officials of the Lignite Utilization board and also snake arrangements for cartain mater- CANADIAN CASUALTIES c- OTTAWA, April following casualty list was issued today: INFANTRY Killed in Action G. S. Buckman. Sidney, B. C. 3. Benr, Edmonton. Robert Jackson, Dewdney, B. C. K. Wilson, Esquimau, B. C. ENGINEERS In Action R. Peacock, Frince B. 0. CAVALRY Killedvln Action Corp. J. B. Henderson, Vancouver. which uiuet be secured in the east. Tho buildings will ho of brick, structural steel, reinforced concrete, and some of frame construction. Some contracts are to be sublet but which, Smith' Bros, and Wilson did not'indl cate -yesterday. There will be work nt trie-plant for at leaat seven months, and .n large along after the work has commenced. ?he. plant, stated Mr. Wilson, or at i least part of it, will be for the manufacture of briquettes -.this falL- aH stock equal! to the tjrokcrs.' commission, has bean; agreed on Republican members of. tho house jvays means" committee, as one.of the few' iovics for raising mancy for the sol-1 dler 'bonus legislation, Three other levies for raiding tho money similarly have hoen adopted by the Tlepubllcaus. They one per _ cent, lax on Iho final sales to con-j sumers, a ner.- levy oa inconres, prob- i ably tu excess of 55.000. and an In-} crease of approximately 15 ner cent.; of, existing taxes on tobaccos and i cigars. Those four forms oJ taxes wmild re- main in .effect two years and rUie :Ko- nuhlicans estimate-that, tliey .would net about for Eoldier; re- lief. They will in the huuso for adoption May 3. In Order to Determine jKe 'Degree of Frugality Among the Men of Lethbridge THEJROYAL STORE Offers for FRIDAY and SATURDAY only 200 MEN'S at almost price Boas Pattaraon tnd-A. Wyatt, -both iVTiRe's Bridge, Tvere badly inlur- .Then 'the rig tbqy were in TOE by a tari cab driven by Cecil Tucking, of London. KAPP WILL REMAIN IN SWEDEN April Kapp, leader of the recent uprismj 1n Germany, has tlie Swedish government asking permission to re- main in Sweden as a political fugitive. Kaop promises to abstain from politi- cal actlvHy., ONLY TWO GUESSES (London Observer.) The Bishop of BtrmiaEharu, sneak- ins on' the subject of told of one clubmnu trying to anoth- er: "Hallo. There's Thompson" wife on ILeir way to church. I won- dsr vrhat's said-tho second Thompaon has had another attack of heart trouble, or eho -Mrs.-TuomiBon has got- a new EV'RYBODY IS CONSTANTLY--------: HOLLERING ABOUT THE HIGH COST------------ OF A. SUIT OF CLOTHTS AND WE GOT LISTENING TO SOME THEM REMARKS------: AND WE DECIDED TO MAKE-------; AN EXPERIMENT .AND OFFER ANY SUIT WE'VE GOT UP TO 60 PLUNKS FOR LESS THAN WE CAN QET 'EM NOW IT'S UP YOU FELLERS TO PHOVE.THAT YOU KRE WILLING TO ADVANTAGE "'A.-GOOD THING.---------; in fact, any suit in stock up to i s y p u r s With the Dollar at only one-third of its former purchasing power --if s like buying your suit for dollars. A Moderate Charge Will be Made for Alterations THE ROYAL STORE DALLAS HOTEL BLOCK ts the first irnpres sion of GrapesNuts: Then think howi-rus sturdy wheat and bar- ley food builds health and strength. No-waste, and it inakes its own sweetening. nfeuts are being made for passports for.Arthur Martel, of Montreal. president of thy Trades and Labor Congress, who has been selected 10 labor conditions IhaCfj. at 'first hand. I- Determination 10 mission I "was reachoil at, the gatliering cf the i governing at Jnlcrnallona? labor [officers of Iho league of-Tiatioii5 re- cently hcM in Paris, It prob bo absent three months aria its i primary fJuty wilt be io 'bring batfe Jim authoritative' i-eport' on 'tbe' con- rtitlon of Tivorkcrs the soviet re girae. mission will rronsist not (only at labor men, but ot dolegales to rei'rescnt the slates-mem bora the leiigue and ot employers. Is a prouderful food SoldJby grocers everywhere. by Canadian Postum Cereal' Windsor, Ontario. MAY USE SHIP AS SCHOOL MtO SEND KIDDIES ABROAD Bradford So- clalfsts, "who dominate the local Education Committee, propose to purchase a ship as part of the necessary equipment for .the .pupils secondary school.' A new building Is requir- ed at a cost of-.about and the Socialists contend 11 will be cheaper to buy a ship and have a floating school, A committee has been appointed to consider the proposal. It has not yet been decided whether the ship will he used en- tirely for cdupattonal (purposes. Supporters 'of tree proposal point out'that if the scholars were be- ing taken to Rome, the hold could be used for taking Bradford goods and bringing Italian goods back. The taking of a couple of hundred children to .1 foreign country, where they could be landed, would help them learn 'foreign lan- guages. If International relations were Improved by the Prince of Wales' gclng abroad, it would be good for the democracy of the world to have visits from English children. A system of Interchange of chil- dren might follow. IMPUDENT .DEER; LEAPS INTO SLEIGH was a sad story of tack of elasticity in the law that Andrew Gray, the member .for Leeds, told the' -Fish "and .Cgme-Commutes in the jLegis- i'lature yesterday. He.was putting up a plea'.-fo'r the settler being a] lowed to kill deer. He referred to; the of animals In sorne of the'.rear 'Why, our way a deer jump- ed the back cf a man's and then..came the real "complaint, "aqd-> because he had th'c audacity to kill it they fined him Then Mr. Gray sat down. The committee laughed, but here was no .action. That acrobatic deer may yet" have 'the desired effect of changing the law." saidJMr.. Koliri.V'As.we.left the hotel, flblirln said: 'Let's iralk to New and so wo did." v Tonight there VTRS no iime-call left for a certain room in the Ma- jestic Hotel, itohn and Godwin it io (Morn both "TOntfcd to sleep. i The Anglican Prtamta A All Ire- John Baptirte Crozier, Archbishop of Armagh, is dead. TAKE WALK OF .NINETY MILES JUST TO WORK UP AN APPETITE XKW ua six orders i of hain and'eggs each and'a hogs- head of coffetV' demanded Hay addressing a new waiter now working the Hotel Majestic grill this after-' noon. j "Yes, and-bring in: all the toast) you can carry hurting tho added Frank' Godwin, his companion'. "Why" the ItUchen Mr. Mclntyre, the manager, address-: ing Kohn and Godwin, both of whon he had .known for years. 'Just re'spondeil tlio art- ists, who, between biles, explained they had iust arrived from Philadel- phia, and had walked all but a short part of the ninety-odd miles to ralsft on appetite. went trito u.Philadelphia ho- tel tor breakfast Thursday morning, found nothing on menn which j tempted us, and started oul for a BIG DEFICIT OF TORONTO WORLD TOS-ONTO) iAprll oml shr.crtiolders of Uib Toronto Co. will meet oil dneRiUy. when a list of the credit v.'lll lie out and a plan o It Js under stood ihat UablllllCE total and tho nsstts in the real plant, clc.. leaving a defied1 of Word itss been, received lij" Cap! K. Tlnller. lAiidon, Out the, FORMER GERMAN EMPRESS Whose death is expected Reglment'B name be changed to eordlnc to the Deulsche Tngea 2 Joe paUalloji..tune Bc-.rJIn, when you buy your Lebor, tiniC fuel and die high priced floti and other expensive, Dp You hcs you buy ou; qjzlitj bt More lime to various btttcr itttf itit l yoj -Mtwni ybiir fimiiy nu ndwholuoniilctx] whkl And you jiui.lM, n mike our quility btwU the ffiiute tftty m tin bjy [IT, itrtt jo niifiy i rctl itutriliftn n brwdl Eat Quaker Bread John (iilmore Bakers-Phone378 ;