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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TWELVE LErflBRllXiB DAILY HEKAUJ SATURDAY, APRIL 20..1919 OTTAWA. April In tlw House V Onmuions UK afternwn, Mr. Kobu drew auemiui 10 the senerai's report ia nhirh '.Sir state- ment was :tul bad been maJe ty the iSief paymaster lor the overseas department of militia on account of pay snrt otlior lot lae Canadian Kxpsiluionary for which vouchers hid not been re- to less refunds deposited to the credit of the receiver-seneiai by the clue! paymas- ter amounting io K165.3M. _Vr- ilobb atkc-0 I! tie government had ta'sen steps to secure vouchers aud if thy might details of expenditure, none of vfaa jiven in ll'.e auditor-generate report. Sir Tiiotr.is Wbite replied that ihn Suggestion on Eczema li wil! lake just a few inoicenis to liep in atid ask -That our expor-' Sence hss been in the of grateful customers with tbe soothing w-ssb of IX D. P. Vaur rr.nney back un- less the first bottle relieves vou. For isle by .7. IX Hisicbolham Co.. ted. Alia. vouchers would among tho recurtls of the minister or militia. Tlie Mr. Fraser, Sir Thomas vent on. Wueu auilltorseneral. eil London with tlie concurrence uf the sovernaient anil spirit some con- in eonuertion with ex- amintttiot! of the audit system in ef- faet, h? returned Mr. Frasor fiprefsed hiimelf as entirely satis- fied Had that di'e the uuditor- had been in close tout-h with tbe ministry. No question arose, therefore, ab, 10 the auditor. With to publication of jhc Sir Thomas said he wouW be rhd fo make Inquiries ami vxmld eti- i-f'vor to ansivor the- questions racro fully wlaen tho appropriation bill TTAS liatler rycsideration. A Timely Question Hon. Mr. LeniScux drew attention to press statements that while Caaodtan soldiers are being laciled at Halifax, Canadian mail brought by tbe same steamers is being carried to Nexr York for delivery, thereby causing a delay of four or five days. "How is he asked, "that steamers ised for the purpose of carrying Can, sdlsn mails. shauKl thus ignore Can- adian rjorts and deliver them at ax American port? Hon. Mr. Rowel! to make inquiries anti to give an answer on Monday. Hon. Mr. Melgheii, aetingr minister ot justice, fn dealing with the social tbe bill is the same as itift cue passed m tUe liouse last session. Uen. Mewburn read a telegram lie hud received from Premier of I'rinee Ejwaiu JIv v posing of a mtseoHceptkm regarding a meeting" ot faru'ers at which he 'vas to jircscat and which wps io discuss luo qyej-Uua of release j farmers' sons who were in tlie mil- itia pen-ice at llalifai. Pmuier "Arsenaull saij the v adver- tisement in the ChsrlOitfMowii Patriot had teen Inserted without his know- ledge or consent. A Qvcjr Reason Hon. Rodolpho Leoik-ux sskc-d. in view of tno unrest due In the Ills'" cost c( living. It it would for the nuance minister to be intended lo deliver tlw Imigei N0 ALLIANCE WiTH GERMANY PAUIS. April wireless froin'X.-TdillcJierlu. tSe'Russian liofehevik forvign minister. here, ilc- ntes a reporteU allianci1 wt the soviet tovcruoienl o; Itussia Ocrreany. POLISHES Save rAe Leather Keep your Shoes Neat AND PASTES FOR AND Sir replied tUal there had beeu many suggest- tons in the house, but this was tUe first ti-Jie he had heard It susefstcd lhat the unrest was due to the non- delivery of the budget speech. He said the budget would not be delayed: he had already promised the house that he would give a wee'K or ten iiotiue of it. i Hon. Ur. Belaud said he received a letter from an interned clvilisu in i Canada stating that ho was a British subject of German orisiu and iatjuir- j lug whether a decision had been reached regarding the depertaiiou of i these civilians. I I Hou. Mr. Meishen replied that it (here were any interned civilians vvhp j were British subjeyts he was nr.t j aware of it. but he would inquire. It i was impossible at the present lime to j deport any one -.to aq enemy coun-J- try, but it was the policy of gov- ernment to deport any who were un- desirable. No Market for Wheat? I. E. Peillow, of South Renfrew, said he had received a letter from a far- mer in his constituency who was un- able to sell his last year's crop of 500 h'ishels of wheat and asking where he could obtain A market for it. Sir Thomas White replied that this j was tho first instance brought to his attention ol any one being unable io sell v.'heaL The gote'raiuWt 'lid givo guarantees to the banks in order to facilitate .the purchase and sale of wheat. He said the exportable surjlui of wheat and nour would 'oc purchased provided the Dominion government was able to furnish financial credits. In order that there should be a clear understand ing of. the. magnitude ot the task of the Dominion government in that regard. Sir Thomas said over ISO.OOO.OOO had been advanced to the British government Jor the ex- portable surplus and during last month "the govern- ment had undertaken to provide a sum which might aggregate more to take iuire of the entire attua- The Regina city council decided that new winter fair building will be erected at o. cost of about The summer exhibition this year will be on a more ambitious scale- than. Ew'ure. So If SPECIAL AGENT J. O .KIG1NBOTHAM MISS 1.0U1SD Mi-KlXNKY. M.'UV. speak at tiio church at both morning evening services. Sunday, April OT, PILES jou van pour all Ihe Vtteet mediciues down your throat that .Money .eau buy j or you can'use til the salves ile cures to your hurt's you' will' NEVER be rid -conditions until YOUR WLKS ABB KILLED, (The of this is that nothing you have ever done lias given you permaneut re- HOW WILL YOU HEED THIS STATEMENT? KILL AND NATURE BE- MOVES, mrmirwotly. caw ol PILES, that wlti mllj ELECTRICAL CURRENT, or you Need No! Dortita One Csnt. No ClilororcVm. or accessary. No Ion of 11m, or confinement to 10 !n DESIRED RESULTS- K you c.ir't Wrlta Dept. L. H.' MENTION THIS PAPER. DRS. AXTELL THOMAS S03 McGrtCTy Block, Po rUge Aye., Winnipeg Man ChanningStyle; Double Wesur The Holeproof Combination duniog it a needl Millinery Economy YPII can rrc-sben up your Old Straw Hfils, or lake if tlicy arc not tho color you desire, and rc- STRAW HAT COI.OK." Pbick, Tan. Brown, Green, Cardinal Red iind RediKcr, MatuJyliltlft brush wild every bottle. DY-O-U THE SALVATION ARMY WORLD-WIDE WORK FOR ALL MISSIONARY. SOCIAL. RESCUE art! SLUM. MEDICAL. EDUCATIONAL. EVANGELISTIC. Operating in 65 Countries and1 Colonies .THIS BENEFICENT IS IN URGENT NEED OF FUNDS. WILL YOU PLEASE HELP DURING THE, v HALIFAX. April board the Belgic which docked Wednesday were the second Canadian general hospital, tbe second clearing hospital and the third Canadian' stationary hospital, the Canadian light horse and five army trcop.companies of skilled mechanics, the first of Kingston, second London, i third Toronto, fourib Halifax''and fifth Winnipeg. LlBUt.-t'ol. R. A. Reason, S. O. of London. Ont., comnjanding the tilird Canadian stationary hospital, of western Ontario, was the senior men- ical officer aboard. His unit had one of the most remarlia'Me experiences falling to the lot of the Canadian medical overses. It was stationed at Doullens at the beginning of the j March offensive of last year and when th! reireat began ar.3 tbe forward medical service collapsed it was call- ed upon to do the work of field am- bulances and casualty clearing stations 35 well as its own. On May 29 and again on .May 30 the' hospital was bombed by the Germans. two onicers, three nursing sisters and 45 patients being killed and many more minor casualties sustained. Despite all this, however, and in spite of the facl that the hospital was _ in constant readiness to move at an j hour's notice .in the event of a fur- ther German advance. casual- ties were handled in the three months. Sanford Smith; Toa.ito, Is in command of the Canadian light horse, which Is made up of "A" squad- i ron 19th Alberta Dragoons; "B'' squad- ron 1st Hussars, London; "C" squad- ron 36th Light Horse, Saskatchewan. J The unit iVreltirning with a strength of 22 officers and 2H men. It particl- j paled in all the principal failing to the lot of the Canadian corps from Paaschendaele to Monz and from Mons went through to GoJesburg, on tho nhirie. The Kficond in command la Major H. McJIillan M.C. of Kdmon- ton. Col. Sanfoid Smith over as. an officer comtmnrtlng the 4lh C. M. R. He Iransferrcd lo the cavalry i in tlie spring of 1516. A large number of details also ar- rivc-d on the Helgic. The trtinsporl ar- rived 3 day sooner lhan her schedule t-Hiied for anrl aft a pome y occasioned in getting the mnn away owing to a temporary lack ot rolling stock. ANOTHER BELLEVUE SOLDIER RETURNS April 20 to May 3rd -Contributions Should be sent to Adjt W. Hamihon, Box 281, Uthbridge, VETERANS GENERAL MEET OF THE C-. W. V. A. WILL BE HELD AT TKE'OLUB F SUNDAY, April 27th Gliaracter in Handwriting .Good taamtaritliig Imraecilalely conveys a. pleasing imiires- 'sion.v To write well you must have a pen whick brings out the of your nibs are made in a variety oi poiuts from which tyn be selected (he one which is exactly right for you. Exceptional skill and carp' wnUibule 5q Uip manjifacture ot thp .WATERMAN PEN; tho FOR SALE BY The Twentieth Century Book Store PHONE 613, 514 FOURTH AVENUE April m6re of Christie's .ions r.ri'Irfcrl In from overseas.'in Uut perROn of William Ohristie. H-7 look lo a wife while In who him home. The jificpln of this camp wish Mr. anrl Mrs, Chrls- Uc many Iiappy o'? life, It i? always K.'ifo In r TI Aicney Orilor, Five dol 'Save the surface and Which House Dominates Your Block? oVn comjiaBity to p you in perfect cmuliHon OOMEWHERE in "Every. flint W, O community" Is a hottM vhieK sm'iltt cJways, liUle more cheerful looking than liic others, brighter, kept, Inside that house lives a good cititen and a good neighbor, houtc is 90 that it h like hand stretched out to you. arc fiourjrf to feel glad that itt owner near you. BT1 H PAINT ttn Kw Somewhere die stands inother houM, It5 owner ducourafcd. He has qtrit He Jolt hit ambition nd frxluiJIy has accepted fail fate a down-anil- 6uter. You know thtt thb jo, becauK h wyj so. 11U diniy, bfynning to crack find h unpainttd. He has not done lib share, Hu liouse stands liire a "sore thumb." H robs a whole nctfhborhtritf of IrKiUmate value. of new kouaci tiroid iti netghborhood.- RRANDfcAM'MgNDEPSON RRANO 'fajflor, Hardware po. AUCTION SALE On 1SDAY Next, April 2jnr >AT 633 Si STREET SOUTH The Enure FURNISHINGS OF THE ABOVE RESIDENCE WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION 8Y FRANK WADD1NGTON (INSTRUCTED BY MR. GEO. JENNINGS) FULL PARTICULARS TOMORROW BAILIFF'S SALE IN THE MATTER OF SEIZURE UNDER DISTRESS WARRANT ON tIEN NOTE AND RENT STEVENS, LANDLORD AND M. MITCHELL, TENANT I WILL SELL BYPUBUGAUCTION AT IN THE AFTERNOON On MONDAY, April 28 At Mitchell Farm, one-half mile Kane Farm, north of irrigation ditch, four Math-cast of city The Cow. one While Coir; two nc.l and Wilte Cots; one Hod UTillq ilelfi-r; ono Black anil- ofe jriafi; Brack GoldlrgTS lied Crey Msrs will: Vearllng' CoU- 12 Chickens; llsy Wagon; Mwint Wslfelng :MOW; EHls CultivMor; Polalo DIsgerXHouachoM TERMS CASH 21st iloy.of- Aptll, J.-SIMONS, Bailiff. foatw ;