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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I'lVlDAY^DECEMBEU SO, 19l� THE I.ETIIBRIDGE DATt.y HERALD I*roposed as a Meani:of Dealing With' Probleins'"^AIf|cting The T^yhole CoiiAitry; , Declaiiliigi'that the iieod exlRls- for 111! orgnnissftUon In Oanaaa slrnDar to. tlie Natlbrtttl" GlUiinlier 'oC Commerco In tliQ lJnitctl:Stiito&, which � would riigug(3. experts ,ill Uia/^varimis depart, Tiu'tilB of tracio to talio up just such iiiiiitois QH 'ade told 11)6 icouncil of. the board at the regular weekly Uinchoon yesterday that tho local, board would probably nndertalte )u create Interest in sucii a project tliroughout the. Doiiiiulon in an effort ii) have such a; scheme undertakeft. The plan would be to have the head- iiiarteri* located nt Ottawa, close to lite government, and close to the railway headquarters, so that when' uiuUlors of importance affecting the Dominion or� important parts thereof tf the ibojsird thought that the boar.d'yjhonld find out it tho signing ot /llle'ftrmlstlce ahd the prospect tor. early peace and return of normal conditions .would not obviate the necessity/of-the Increase in rates. The bbaiid will nnswoi'^ along- thit., line. � ' ' ^ ^ A. 'G.'- Battlira til speaking of those ),wo matters said they wore things yhlch an. lndiviUuar''boavd of. trade .qouUlliavo very'little'>veiglit In, and fhouffbi; thero ,^OHld be some asso elation which wiuldf bring about, eo-operation J of bU the lip.Hid'i, and which would iJrovldG alsb a staff oft experts to dig tip the facts eaClj* board would require in 'fli i Iviug t\ a decision, it wan In answer , to; Mr. Baalim's suggestion i that/ Pi est dent Marnoch intimated sotiiethlng; hiight be done in Oanatja to orgqniae; a national association of bqard.s .oiv trad(> Kirairar to that of the United-States, of vhlcli Edwin F.,Trofz. well-known orator, Is field secretary. PAGF >F.VEN , ''' LOOK FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MONDAV ^ND TUESDAY Keith's: Special -Mixture 25c. lb. We bave also a flue ajssort-ment of , BULK CHOCOLATES AND -OTHER CANDIES from 36o "to 60c per lb. Cijocolates in boxes, 60o, to $1.00 We are-Western, Agents for � C. H. STUARTvA CO.'S FLAVORING E>TRACTS. ' These  extractsvarelraost econ-omicail r�nd-;we.a3SaT(^fetIie, tlue3,t^ aKSortnient: hi.^^^v^B^^^i^o cake., or .pudding, tastes as good a* it a might-without Stuart's extract. Price 25c per tube. EGGNIT T^kes the place of eggs in cooking. 10c packet takes place of 10 eggs 25c box takes place of 30 eggs $1.00 box takes place of 13 dozen T.H. 608 THIRD AVE; S. > : > > > > '> : : ;^_ fi;o,i}j, the base, but, within 40. iiiliiutes' Wlr liSaVy""guns' ' were brought to^ beai', and a dangerous counter-attack was smashed. Neither a gas cloud nor a heavy barrage of artillery lire has deterred these ines-patehes. ' In France and Italy, at Malta, Mud-ros, and elsewhere, airmen have owed their lives to the pigeons. One,recent typical case may be described; Two men fell into the sea,'22 miles from Dundee. Their machine was breaking up rapidly. The birds were their only hojie. In 22 minutes they flew the 22 milps; and just as the men were driving on to the rocks, In a state of extreme exhaustion, the relief party arrived. For difflculty of access' the Warmth!! (or that V' FORGET the cmbaf-rsB�ment\of a voice thatmerely' 'croakj>'' or "whispers" - Banish tlic discomfort, inconveni-ence. and throbbing pain of Bronchitis, Laryngitis, Quinsy, and all chill-caused tltroat troubles- .' . -* Apply Warmth in its most efficient form-UseT^RMGGENEI |Jot a, poultice or a piaster that merely stays warm a short time-but a clean, soft, light, dry, fleecy medicated wool (that actually srejnerates heat-and keeps on generating heat un jand a special Staff of bxpert officers, "who had been in close touch AVftlj^u-ciers^ Every loft on every front was manned by men who had bee'ii experienced pigeon racers in civil life. The messages were written on very thin, flimsy paper, in order that they might be as light as pos.sible; and were con-; tallied in small aluminium cylinders about an incjli long, which were atlach-led to the bird's leg. .Pigeons have,been used at a considerable distance behind the enemy's lines.' Baskets of pigeous have often been dropped from aeroplanes at places >vhere agents might secur^ them and send messages. Similar baskets were sometimes let fall from balloons, wfth Instructions to any friendly Belgian^ who might pick them tip as to .'the information that was reqiiired. Som�^^f the messages were useless, ljut the proportion of useful ones wasiarge. � Today we three recognized branches ot the "carrier" service, derj voloped from the small service of the beginning-the Naval, llio Military, and the Air Force Services. In relation to the last, it may be mentioned thatp igeonfe will "home'' from water' planes to a travelling boat at sea. Kven now pigeons are frequently '. flying, ibat pigeons will "home" from water-since patrol work,is by no m^aus finished, and a .general reminder that f^igeons on the wing must not be shoti ^is^ still necessary. / WELLINOTON, N. '/,.. Dec. 20.-rR.entQi''s)-The New Zealand parlia-I raent has decided to take a referendum i on a liconsftg bill next April on the j follp;wlng issuer: j >mtlbual" prohibition, with compeii-I satibn, limited. to ,$20,000,000, or nat-I iohai'cohtlriuaiico. If tlieso are reject-, od, tBosie 'thVeiS .issues will be submit- ihition witli com slate purchase estimated cost of ?50.00|[lj00.0.'. � Tliesi-epalrlatioh meiit provides' fdr and the iienslvo , land settlement .curativi,! trcuLnicnt,| I vocational training for rolurnod soldiers. It is proposed to establish a national organization to co-operate with the repatriation department under a minister and a director., The governm'eut also propoae.'j to grant I, loans up to $i,,500. in order to estab-l.lish soldiers -inrbiisiiicss. Sir Joseph Ward, the miil'istSr of finance, e.sti-mate.s the cost ot the general scheme at $60,000,000.) A message from Premier MaKsey assured the cou!itr,v that New iSealanil would continue' to excel in just and generous treatment for returned soldiers, y  ' . U ' ' Tlie.htmse'of reiJresentatives passed the exiieditidn'ary'forces amendment bill empowering the minister of defense to prepare and publish a list of military defaulters, excluding objectors on religious grounds. Defaulters now abroad are forbidden under tho STOPPED lElG draw every physician aud riavse in tlie pj'oscribed area from private practice, and place,their servicc-H atllie fti.sposal of the public, when and wliero the proper public health ofliCia'Is should advise, the services'of all such jdiyslcians and nurses to be paid in lucky meaw-iire OUT. of the public cliests deal-iiij, with sucli area whether -i, part or the whole of the province. "A* a matter of fact with few ex- JOvon Alberta's minister of health. Hon. A. G. Mackay, had to cancel- . ,, , ., , , , - meetings In Southern Alberta because! f^'"''-'"-; ^^'^^ "^^>'>- ""^ I,!- ,,,,, ______i,ti,.,^ ,.o=,o^fi,=- n,,.'far ar( the nurses v/ore concerned and a'so as II. matter of fact !u effect,' jit was-- fcllowed by many physicians. of his own regulations respecting the "llu." He is touring tho southern pa/t ot, the province on a lioalth nii.ssion, having Just returned from tho Cl>ic-i ago health conference. When he. reached the Grassy Lake district he j found the disease so prevalent that he) had to .call off the projected confer-; once. In fact, vote taking in that; locality had. to he deferred until January 17 on account of tho malady, lion. Mr. Mackay. spoke at Barnwell un Monday and at Tabe'r on Tuesday, and spealfsat Druinheller this evening, Speald States, tho state department was informed-today in a dispatch from The Hague. Professor Betinckraan, who distributed, propaganda in this country from The Hague' during the war, was said to bo in charge of,the plotters. Officials here assumed that the information was sent from The Hague Scientifically kept in our up' to the minute Humidor will please the most fasllidious smoker. \ " LARGEST STOCK OF BRITISH MADE PIPES. The Elite Cigar Store PERRY AND REID 'X bill to return to \New Zealand within 10 years, under a, penalty of a year's imprisonment ami,, deiiortation. Defaulters will,.be deprived of civil rights for 10 years. An amendment by the extreme Socialists in favor ot omitting these provisions was rejected by 5i to 2. MORE TRANSPORTS ARRIVE HALIFAX, N. S.,I1ec. 3 9.-The ho.s-pita! -ship Essequibo, with -100 invalided-Cauadiahs and the trooj) ship Ke-gina, with 2,000 returned soldiers are due tojtrrive together early tomorrow morning, military./;ra,usport ofiicers au-nounced today. >ti- PRESENTS FOR HIM 50 CIGARS-Best k;iown brands In boxes o� 10, 25, or 100. \ CIGARETTES-All kinds and all sized boxes. TOBACCO-In packets, tins or glass humidors. PIPES-well assorted variety to choose^ from. Brier or Meerschaum, Amb^r or Rubber stems. Give him tlie pleasure of coloring a Meerschaum next year. , POUCHES-Cigars, and cigarette holderp.and cai�f. FOR HER do not smoke, hut a box taken from eur fine assortment of chocolates will certainly pl��a�, R. W. WALLACE, LTD,-THE ARCADE FIPTH STREET sbUTH MELBOURNE, Australia, Dec. 19. (Cauftdia'fi^Brefa'j via Reuter"aO-^n'.tJi'^ senate Minister of Repatriation Milieu 'moving the second reading, of- the ji'aa' service homes bill, said thaV the ;-bUl would Enable nurses and m^iiib^rs. of -the medical Service and ' dischiirged soldiers of the Australian and Imperial forces 'Who �were marrJed or were about to marry, Jor- their widow or widowed mother and dependents, to apply for homes. A commissioner would be appointed .to make advances for this purpose and would also bo emppwered to acquire lau'd and build houses. Applicants would pay 5 per cent.'lhteresi;, but the scheme Avould cost the governiueut 6 per cent. The maximum individual loanr-wou d be �700 s.terling:. The minister llustrating tho working ot thc^'seliome, said ^oiu'i a 6,00 house there would be a weekly payment of 18 ^|hillings and U pence on a 35-year term oiv^l5 .shillings and 4 ,M1icr..qu �1500 houses toi" 20^ years ^w'oiild bij' 12 shilling's' � Tlio bill coiituiiied ' self-guarda 'against speculatl^'e'-'salesj It would'i/o'ssibli' involve an 'ejcpendlture of 60,000,000'sterling, calculated on the erectI6i;_''of 10,0 OOO-'homeis. '^ He (jonBldered it tiie'^inost llbSral j^ot'presented';' � fh'(j bill'pa'Bs&t Its' Gift Suggestions From the Christmas Store For Men Gifts selected here will be sure to please any man. We sell the J:hings men lilce-things men use. Choose here the gifts "He" will appreciate. ^ . ^ OUR STORE IS FILLED WITH USEFUL, SERVICEABLE ^ THINGS FDR MEN . A MERRY CHRISTMAS FOR HIM I rej^dlng. se'cbtid: I; Suits...........$18 to $45/ Overcoats ... . $20 to $60' Motor Gauntlets .... $3.75 up Pyjamas^. ..... $2.00 up Pyjamas, Jaeger....... $10 Pyjamas, Silk.....$8 to $10 Dress Shirts, Cluett, $1:75 to $4 Dress Shirts, Jaeger. .. $8.25 Press Shirts, Silk $4^50 to $8 Hosiery, Silk .. .75c to $1.75 Holeproof Hosiery, boxed in quarter and half-dozen. At, per box .----. . $2.50^ up Dress Gloves, Dent's and Perrin makes......... $2.25 up Initial Handkerchiefs, boxed, Wioz. Per box.... $1.25 Neck Scarfs Collar Boxes Neckwear $2.50 to $5 75c to $3.50 Suit Cases, Club Bags at $2.75 to $22.50. Canes . $1.50 up House Coats. $9.50 to $17.50 Bath Robes.. $10.50 to $18 Motor Rugs, Jafger, $17.50'up Sweater Coats.... .$6 to $15 Travelling Sets. ,.. .$8 to $10 Belts, Initial Buckles at $1.75 to $3.50 Waisttoats, Dr. Jaeger, $7 to $9 Hosiery, Dr. Jaeger..... .90c Touques ...... 75c to $1.75 Motor Scarfs, wool.,. $2.50 up MclCelvie ALL NECKWEAR INDIVIDUALLY BOXED BUY A MAN'S GIFT-ATAA MAN'S STORE I "2' McGuire LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF MEN'S WEAR IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA KIBKHAM BLOCK-LETHBRIDGE \' ??022979 446?0456 ;