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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Laiirier Makes Quei^ea-Questions Asked About Supt. Penitentiaries MAKE STATEMENT Gpo T Ottawa, Api-il 2i;.-3ir Wlirrid Laiirier, ill tliQMiouso lllis afternoon, brought up the now rogiilntions under \vh!c;h loiivo ot absenno may ho Bivon to farmoi's and to farm laborers In medical catpfforles lower than "A". Sir Wilfrid uskod it statements on tUo Kiibjocta Avore to ho made later. Hon. C. J. Dohorty said that the luinffiter of militia would suhsenuent-]y explain the soopo of tlie regulations. Hon. R. Leniieux referred to a cable dispatch published in the Montreal OazoUo. "It. seeuis to I)e," he Buiil, 'tt charge apainst the Canadian mod: ic.al servicoa ill the army that our wounded soldiers are not pi'wperly cared tor in Canadian hospitais and then Be Careful -to keep the stomach well, the liver and bowels iregular, by the timely and helpful aid of iMMt S�h ** Aay Medicine !n th� World. Sold vmrwher*. IoboxM.25e. again the forestry corps whloh, p,c-cording to this cable, H ridiculously overinaiiiied." JVlaJor-Oenoral Me-yburn said he had not seen the dispatch but would be glad to take any action necessary. Company Act Third rending was given to Hon. C. J. Doherty's net to amend the Company Act, and to the bill to atneiid the Inspection and Sale Act (hay and .straw in.'ipectlon). The hoiiBfi then wont into committee on the bill to amend the Penitentiary Act. Kdniond Pronlx naked the niiniator of justice if ho whb in a position to state who would -be appointed to tlje bfflce ot superintendent ot penitentiaries. Mr. Doherty replied that he was un-ahlo to make any announcement us the appointment rested wUh the civil service commission. \Mr. Proulx understood, he' said, tliTat the name of lirig.-Goneral- John Hughes, now overseas, had been mentioned for the position. This man, said Mv. Proulx, was drawing two salaries, one as an Inspector of pcnitantiaries and the other us a general in the Canadian army. Ho asliert whether tlie civil service commission proposed recommending him tor the position ot .superintendent of -penitentiaries. Mr.\ Doherty stated that ho had absolutely no knowledge of the matter. Dr. Edwards suggested that the gov-oniment should advertise for a man to fill. tl)o post. If it was the policy of the civil service commission to advertise for men to fill ?50 a your post-inastcrships, why .should it not apply to a position of this kind. Dr. Edwards thought also that two inspectors were unnecessary.. Further a price should he put on the work of the convict'.' His maintenance should be a first charge on the price and the remainder to go to the support of his family if he had one or provide a fund for him whon he left the penitentiary. The government should also take into serious consideration the establishment of a separate institution tor the young convict. To^Iace young men of 17 or 18 years ot tfje, first offenders, with convicts was not siving them a fair show. Txrone Power, Star in "The Planter." Mutual's Seven-Reel Spectacle. At the Empress tonight and at the Orpbeum tomorrow. YOUR house-if it is four years old or older-is worth at least SO per cent more today than v/hen it was built. Lumber and cement are so high that It would cost half-as-much-again to build this year as it did in 1914. So it is obvious that cither a new house or an old one is toda,v so valuable a property that its owner roust conserve it unless he is committed to a policy of wilful waste. Keep your house-and all your buildings-protected. And let your paint-proter.tion consist of an economical paint. Use the paint that goer, farthest-lasts longest. BTT **CMniKH** 70%I^lrlW�cW 11 PAINT^^.'isr The kind we gdarantee to possess as its important base, the above correct formula. This formula, printed on every can over our President's signature, commits us to this standard. High in cost as white lead has become, we miist use as much of it M before-to use less, would necessitate the removal of the guarantee from our cans and would injure the high reputation, which these paints have acquired by � reason of their superior ingredients. Oth^r B-H Products of Sterling Worth >We carry and recommend the following B-H products: Plaster Ceilings and WalU "Fresconette"-a flat tone oil paint. For Interior Piniahing VChina-Lac" - the perfect Varnish Stain.. Staining the Roof "Anchor Brand Shingle Stains" in 14 different colors. B-fl Porch Floor Paint For Porch Floors, Ceilings and parts exposed to weather. Color Cards and Prices from Qur local agents. Varnishing a Floor "FloOrlustre" excellent for interior floors. For barn and outbuilding* Imperial Barn Paint Taylor Hardware Go, Lethbridge, Alberta RRANPftAM �HBMPEPSQN HOW TO AVOID BACKACHE AND NERVODSNESS Told hy Mrs. Lynch From Own Experience. Providence, R. 1.-"I was tXl ran doyvn in health, was nervous, had headaches, my baclc ached nil the time. I was tired �nd had n 0 ambition for any-thinff. I had taken a number of medicines which did mo no good. One day I rend about Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound piid what it had done for �wotntm, so I trioi it. ^My nervousness and backache and heacl.iches disappeared. I gained in weight ari^ feci fine, bo 1 can honestly recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to any woman who ia Buffering as I was."-Mrs. adeline B. Lynch, 100 Plain St., Providence, R. I. Backache and nervousness are symptoms or nature's waminfjs, which indicate a funetion.il disturbance or an unhealthy condition which often develops into a more serious aHment. "Women in this condition Bhoald not continue to drag alongwithouthelp, but profit by Mrs. Lynch's experience, and try this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E- Pinkham's Vegetable Compound-and for special advice write to Lrdia E. Finkbam Med.Co.. Lvcn.Mass. INEHS' mm Protest Taking More Experienced Men From the Farms Now Saturday s Grocery Specials For Using Threats To Close Up Mine for Petty Personal Reasons JUDGE CENSURES Geo T Calgary, April 2S.-Mr. .Tustice Simmons has reserved judgment in the case of William AVilliams and David E. Rees against Wayne Local Union of the United Mine Workers of Amer ica in which they claim damafes for being refused membRrBhip in the Union and also ask for a declaration from the court' that they ar^ entitled to admLssiou. Evidence went to show that plaintiffs were members of the union till It was disbanded. When it wa.'^ re-oi'gan-ized they were rcf'j.sod admi.s.'iion. The manager of the Rose Deer Coal Com-pkny^testified that he wa.s induced to dismiss plaintiffs from the company's employ because the local union threatened to tie up work^unless he did so. In reserving decision his lord.ship commented very strongly on the action of the union officials and depreciated the practice of' \;'orkmen threatening to stop pvodvictioa on account of petty personal reasons siich as were shown to exist in the action at trial. He declared that such conduct was deserv-ing.of censure at a time when our soldiers were fighting overseas for ll.XO iEBfsiiiN ISiPiOlG Many Young Men Join Up Without Waiting For the Call Ottawa, April 20,-Tlw commons ' comniitteo on agriciiKuri' nicl. this morning to receive thr. report of the specini f(uh-co;j|niltte(.' ,-iji/�iliUf-d ads owned by the C. N. R. Me. P?iippon said tliis claim was uo ddubt iu tliejiat4>f liabilities. - 2' Amsterdam, April .16.-The people who wish to destroy us are digging their own graves, said--J]mpei'or William, as quoted in an int.'view with tlio Diissoldorf Anzeiger's correspaji-dent. The emperor who was commenting, on the largo amount subscribed to tbe now war loan said further; "Our victories in the field and the victory of th^ Germans at home must make those over yonder realize that we cannot to subdued by-'arius aod cconoj^ic isolation." EXPROPRIATE TOBACCO \Stockholm, April 26.-The Finnish government has expropriated the supplies ot tobacco and coffee. The surplus >,�iU,.bo ,fijCB9rtea..,to.,Qorm�ny as conipenBtlon7.tOr'.firala.: AT.STARLAND One of the most surprising and unexpected denouements of any picture we remomber in a long time is that in Irene Castle's latest jiic^ure, "Convict 993" wjiich will be shown at Starland tonight anil tomorrow. Mrs. Castle as Roslyn Ayre has escaped from jail where she has been sent for another's offense. She is Vecognized by a former fellow prisoner. Avho sees in the girl's prosperity an opportunity for blackmail, aiid who enlists the aid DO YOU UNDERSTAND why you shoi^Id use Zam-Euk in preference to ('ordinary ointment? iBt-Because Zam-Buk has superior soothing and healing power. This is due to its composition. Zam-Buk is, cogiposed exclu-�Ively of herbal extracts and vegetable oils and is 100% medicine. 2nd-Because Zam-Buk cures are pervianent. This is owing to the fact that the oils and extracts ot which Zam-Buk is composed are so blended and reflned that its power ot penetration' Is extraordinary. While ordinary ointment remains on tjio surface skin, Zam-Buk Ilt-erally soaks through to the underlying tissues, which Is where skin diseases have their root. In this way, only, can a permanent cure be effected. 3rd-Because Zam-BiiTc isiarttisep-tic-In other words, germs cannot live where Zam-Buk Is applied. This prevents any danger from festering or blood-poisoning. 4th-Became Zam-Biih is pure. Its purity is due to Its herbal composition, and this particularly commends Zam-Bi'ic to mothers. 5th-Because Zam-Buk. is economical. Owing to its freedom from animal fat,�is is done to give all children a chance to sse-^The Planter." TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PATHB PReSENTS Mrs Vernon Castle "THE BIQ IDEA" ^ LUKE COMEDY IN SParts - - "CONVICT 993" - 5-Pan^ 05092? 74619878 7736 ;