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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I'AGI-, ELEVEN DrtCKMfcKlV 21, 1918 1 TORONTO, y..; polic'o.'ilrlke Is th, beat. thfl and lbor Connren of iemoorarlly leltled by the retaining the charlir, but MnMriUntj to waive lit re- cognition bY the' police commli lonfre- For the preienl and un til all'.rnatttrs in' dispute have b.en ajtltrated upoh: the con- ilablei'llndirlake to engise In any Indicate that the Btrliwi'oJ.ibfOTio policemen would Ihe conlrary. tin Ve.cmeil lo'become more j [urtl'e1' apart The lurncu down Ibe proposal 6! ihe nmn for a .royal commission, being I held Bending Ihe com- i The cdliiinlwloners also turned iluwn jjfprbpbsul Mayor llhurcli-llial a' uivjc" commission he Is to KIERilS receipt of urice by 1'ruit-a-Uyti Limited, Olttw. .one lhal li 'work iu of Montreal, Mils case jiliq- Ihe sliirhbllne block Ih as tqVwhotYe'f'.tbe charter la affill- i aled willv the Trades aiid Labor Con- grosp alia'iiheth'er ,il la to reniBln no. 'Upnisftn .and .JudKc I Winchester are'sllll stlcklne to Ihelr caii he permlllci] of. the police with onlslde labor Deputy Chief Jackson lodayiljiat two police divisions more; fully rnannEd now; .wllli the aid ol the spoclal eonstahlei thou OrjinlzlnE relchalae's Ihey were tlmos. He h'ad --6- ,D.n mocllnt ol Ihe eiecutlvc council; of.BrllUb, Columbia an 'ordar-ln-coun-! ell wan pused appointing Jiidue. lam I'. Clement as solo commissioner 1 i to Inquire Into certain mailers -rcla-i live to .which -havei -'out ol whal IE popularly knawtt'.ai tlie KjDdl'w The lull: lermroSihe oVder'glvlng Ihe score of the commission follow: "That-Utider-the ui'ovlstotift see (Ion four of Chapter 110 of the He vised Statues of Brlllah Columbia, 191L Public Infjulry act, the Ipm P. Ciemenl, one nf His Slajesty's; Justices ol the supreme court of Brit- ish Columbia, he appointed sole com- missioner to Innulre: Whether Intoslcailng liquors have been unlawfully luiporleij'Into Ibe province of Columbia since Ihe day of December, and If ia.'ln-whal manner and by what1 means .Of devices such Importation offecled. II any inloiicalins liquor EO miccesslully Imported Into the prov-l of UTl.llsh Columbia, Ihe names ol the persons, firms or corporalloiis en- Lagoil directly indirectly or any connected wllh such unlasvful 1m f.ortalion. Into the disposlllou ol all liquor EO unlawfully Inlo all unlawful salej nl in liquor within Ihe province, of Biitlsh Columbia since Iho first; onnal RTaie 01 jieiim. ,jay October. 1317. respect of Inevcrh'iul sucll'Bo'od heiltli f9f Iwiiicli no prosecution has been'made H-yeirsJSl enjoyed-lliB ur.der ihe Proh i "on or or'ler mnM or regulation having Iho ,n [jritlsh JAS. S, DELGATY, A Really Useful Christmas Present _. uerEGnii might think H II liuf 11 sood lilejid. kiiots-ltie vour purse and. rondi tlon of ygur tcolh .-.verc if >w to 'you, "Hero, my friend, you have spent all you tan allord this Clirliliiurl rm jireachtB for your Middles and Iricnde, and I am mire you' have bought Illlle or nothing for I want 10 give yon a really usurul pree- ent an order Dr. Ilrunor lo mil'your leelh in pronc-i- shape" yuli would be offended and you would live to iliank tlin fijrsslfilit and lliijuslilfulncus nl (he donor. Think U He- tni'mhcr Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. SHORT NOTICE OF N SALE At Street, South Dec. 23 AT 2.W bCMATYi U.K. Man. "In Hie yeir lull Froilralion in ils worst form induced in weit'lit from 170 pounds lo 116 pounds. The doclors had uo liope of my recovery, and "fry medicine I tried proved uwlcsa unlil afriuid. Mmti me lo take "Frail'S'livef. 1 begin, to mend almost ai once and Sitter usiujf Iliis fmil medic-ino for 3 or 4 months, I iras back to my normal stale of lieillh. Drs. Briber, Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, LETHBRiDGE, ALBEHTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. FRANK WAPDINGTCm INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER1, WITHOUT RESERVE, THE HOUSEHOLD inaltreafi- and many small Hems. TFRM3 CASH -PHONES DISMISSED FROM i WASHINGTON" Dec At all dealer, or sent postpaid on army of Major QusUve Tansslg and Caiil. Frank S. While for negligence in connection i wllh Imposing undue severe demned 1or hla crime and adds tliat Ln did not have llie help of God liut of the devil. Ilcgirdinc Hie inside situation. he said needs belter represenling nvery party until tne Ihan she has at received ot applications lo gel on [perforce, as: specials, and some hidVcomc froni Hamilton. .whlchwas lie Social-Democrats, iwjuld he need represent tlon wl'.lcU will show'.lhc situa- tion lo bulslders. "Our present enemies must Lecome our partners. I believe Ihey wanl better world: The allies say they do nol Ihe slavery of Germany, but 1 shall believe (hat only after experi- ment A people has a right lo au ox- which establishes an unbreak- able inside pllnary1 measures was ordered loilay by Secretary of War naker. DIRECTOR AIR SERVICE WASHINGTON'. Dec. ment of Mnjor-Gen. Charles !ion who commanded Ihe 42nd (Rain- bow) division in France, as director of ILe United Stales air .service, suc- ceeding John n. Ityah. was announced today by Uen. March, elite! of sloft. AMSTERDAM. Dec. cable lo Toronto Mall and Maximilian Harden, interviewed by a Dutch Journalist, says luc, .culpability ul Ihe Bourliops'bi hothlne compareil wllh "Ilia scandalous cor.ducl ol Ihe iloheRipllefns." He the- former kaiser con- HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? HudEon'p Ct'is ,'glTin; aw'ay'.'a VIcloryBoiid ihe nearest estimate. HOW MANY YARDS OF SILKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW! 'liy'lands Co. are giving away a Knr Coat worth 1150.00 Free; for the-, nearest estimate. Also three oilier valuable prizes. A coupon will) every sale of or over. Ice for Xnias We' are' reducl'nT'tn'e 'prlco'S 'our 'lie cream bricks by MyV per' cent, so that everyone may order. Plain Vanilla and Strawberry. per; quart. Christmas Spiclal Fancy Caramel, Cherry, Chocolate, Coffee, Glnrj.r, Maple gQ Reaular 90c per quarl. Chrislmas Special Ntopolitan, Orange, Pineapple, Piitachio, Tuly rrultl gA Regular 90c per quart. Chrislmas Special uv Theie nrkei art delivered but bricks will nol be packed, as they will keep rTnours in this weather when hard frozen. 'SEND VOUR FRIENDS A BRICK ORDER NOW AND SAVE A RUSH. CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. Join the LIBRARY EXCHANGE FRANKS i.-' AtiMiiK-Annth .Ability To Handle; Problem Just to remind you IF IT 15 ANYTHING IN DRY CLEANING AND PRESSING, DON'T FORGET THE NUMBER PHONE No. 451 'And we till call lor .M deliver your orders, ou record .Urn- elass couollion. Laundry Co., Ltd. C.S. Farrow, -3'' to the period.ot'-reconatmction or re- adluslme'ni. this alter- i noon br'lM acting minuter of tr'ide ind chairman rcconBtrnctlon corn- s' mission 'of IH Uoniinlori. BpTernment, FneaWng it the'lunch eon-of-the Can- kdlan Club nl Laiirler. J Mr. (he only 5 problem Canada..wonld hate lo face was lhal in'connectlon dc- mobillzallgri nl Ihe moDllliavivn ui .LIIO. relum to civil em plos-ment-and'ln .foresaw, no rllBlcullj-Vlt'llio Canadian people ap- proached-'.it >ith courage and unscl flshncss.v jreit adfaillage" b> Canada 'which rjirijuld sta'nd her In par llrularly slead In :her presenl "-J- LO ntlclpale dllficul ourso, be some----------------v omc localilles due to a difficulty In btalntne ships to carry products to Juropc, 1ml this would Ve offset by developments In llncs.l The Can-, adtan railways were ready lo absorb workmen and industrial ex- pansion in lines which had been vrould prove a ercat factor in solving Iho problems or rcadjnstTnenL In this connection he referred partic- ularly to Ibe building trade, which had been practically Idlo since .Iho pn'lbreak of Iho war. II deferred build- ing 'proETilnJs wera carried out in 35 of the leading Canadian cities on.a-p it would mean a volume Rev. Hugh Dobson OF T e ._ WILL SOCIAL LETHBPIDGE Sunday rDecember 22 vv, United Church, North fcm, Sunday 7.30 Wesley Hall.......Monday The visa! i'Eus? 9! ihe day. will he thoroughly, dllcuned and it ;s hoped 'that Lethbridge will lurn gut en maise .to hear thlt oul- standlng jltuallon business approximating JTClO.OCKI.OMr and If the same ratio was applied to II Canada that esllmate could four years pr.lor lo Ihe war, t'romhsil miiil Irain.lpatlon to Canada had aver- aged jSo.nOO peraons, while: for 'the four war to figure had dr4iipcd to and lhal waa a MB" ayersEC, becaus In Ihe first Ihe-lfnmliTallo hud heen almost as large ij lurKerl; The citinlalo.ol ahe ndmbcr of war who would ol IB doubled. short, he tell that Canada had no recbnatruclibn problem al all. er II Was.a', (iue5lion..ot 1 SrabarrassmenU :wonld In Ao tlrsl rhases.of In llie flriit phasea of war! bflt lue ol.Canada had nol been Interfered fcllb; a no and had heen unlmpairerd, Canadian railways had not been affected and tbc.1 loii lo Canadian shipping yas already more lhan the new construe- wr Iheir ISo resull ol Ihe tlon while the Ih9 EOV- greater .thai any In her history. Tliri cii opnlry dinary conditions had been a.ble_ care ior Immigrants year. An- other fealure move diriicnlty on thl.'score wal Ifte lad lhal prior lo the war a-rcry large proportion of the sildlcrs and war workers formed a part of Canad- lin civil life and would merely re- vert lo lormer occupations. They had Irlends hero and were acquainted iilth Canadian conditions, so Ihe prob- ipra of aosorbing then was not even in serious as thai of caring tor Ihe What Gift More Beautiful Thap Flowers (or Your oriS Chvysginirieinums, Ca'ftiations, nowering and Decorative Plants, Ferns, B. C. Holly and Holly rale-ol wajcs paid would always bear a relation; lo commodily coil and II "declines carac Ihey wculd -.come In of llvlnj as well as In earnlnM. The only need to bring success tft Ihe re adjustment period In the or1- on of the speaker, tqnrafc J-'' elftshneia. .i Sir Henry Driylon, presldenl et the Canadian Cluh, occupied the chair, while Sir Wilfrid Laurlcr, Hon. Xj TV. Rowcll and Hon. F. B. McCurdy werr wlro llsteincil'n-ith Inter nlfn firms and showed that since the sign inj of the- armistice, S'ov. 11, lo lasl Ihe number ol dismissals ol employees was but 7.1S5 malca an. I9i lhan two IOT each firm If Canada hud a problem of the unemployed (o face li would coft- We are gro'w'mg our flowers al hofiie and gunrantei them to be strictly fresh arid of the CHOICEST-QUALITY Our limited and therefore ask you lo place orders as early as possible; jirjffijJKte-l.iri Gyeenliouscs. FREE DELIVERY TO ANY PART OF THE CITY. WE ,ARE ,.NO FURTHER. PHON5. RED LINE CAR STOPS AT PHONE 1N3 We Have fov'.Our Xmas TracSe a Choice Lot of Milk Fed Turkeys, Geese, Chicken'and Ducks AUo Choke Yoonj Pork, Mrjtt.n, Lamb and Beef. MEAT MARKET PHONE (35 K. P. BUILDING FIFTH iT. :ik___ ;