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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGR K POLi STRIKE A i m IWB ADGENM 1QMME tweert and the wen at a hour thia All at Issue are to bt arbi trated before a royal to appointed whoae sonnvl la not even hinted The question of the charter held by union the TradM Conflross of Canada temoorarlly settled by tha jtojlee retaining the but ednsoniiflf to waive its re cognition by polite commls Fof the present and un til all matttra in dispute have upon the con lindertako not to engage In liad it JiWii to Indicate that the Policemen would tftdiay Oh the tho deadlock Iseemed to become more Church de clared th9 were further apart than The poljte EOmniiasloijerH turned down the proposal of the men for a royal the being held by union pending the com i inlsslona The opmmlMlohers also turned down made by Mayor dhurcli that a civic commission be appointed similar to one that Is to 1 work in of In this case also the stumbling block i IK as to Whether the charter is affili ated ithe Trades and babor Con gress and whether it la to remain I so Donlsbn and Judge I Winchester are still sticking 16 their position that aTfIllation can be permitted of the police with outside labor Deputy Chief Jackson said today ithat two police divisions were more fully manned now witli the iiid of the spuelal than they were irt ordinary He lrtid received number of applications to Ket on the force as and some had vcome from HIOATY Gilbert In tho year had Nervous Prostration in its worst form was reduced in weight from 170 poundt to The doctors had no hope of my and medicine I tried proved useless until afnend indiuti miio take I began to mend almost at and after using this fmit medicino for 3 or 4 1 was back to my normal state of I never such good health for twenty years as I hate enjoyeoVthe past six We are never without a Frmtatives in the a 6 for trial size At all dealers or sent postpaid oa receipt of price by V II J 1 I V III W IDES meeting of the executive council Of British Coluhihlft ah ordeMncoun cll was paesert appointing am Clement as commissioner i Inquire Into curtain mattera rnlni Te to circumstances havei irlson birt of what Is rtnw popularly rtnVoVtho orderelvlna the scope of j le commission follow j That under provisions see on four of Chapter lin of the Rej ised Statues of British i Public Inquiry the em one of Hln UBtlcos of thq suprenu of sli he appointed Hole com to inquire Whether Intoxicating liquors live been unlawfully imported into he province of British Ince the 24th day of and If In what manner and by what means devices such importation vas I Tf any intoxicating liquor wasr successfully imported into the provi nee of British the names of he firms or corporations en agwl directly or indirectly or any wise connected with such unlawful irnj portal I Into the disposition of all in loxicattoiK liquor so unlawfully im Into all unlawful nales of in toxiciiHns liquor within the province of British Columbia since the first day 19J in respect ofj wliich no prosecution has been made I under the British Columbia Prohibi tion act or under any statute or order A Really Useful Christmas Present FBW persons might think but it knowing Hi condition of yoiir purse irlso tho rondi lion of your tooth to wiy to my you havo Hpent all you inn afford this on iirKsnnlH for your kiddies and and urn Burn you have little nr nothing Tor want to give yon a rfnlly useful prep an order Hrunor to teeth iu proper nhapp you would not be offended ami you would live tn iliiink Ui foresight and ihdimlitfulnoHH of the Think it Kc member Dentistry As We It Is a Gentle Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott 4 Doors from Lethbridge ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE115A EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON CRI9TALL SHORT NOTICE OF SALE At 13th South 23 AT FRANK WADD1NGTON INSTRUCTED BY THE WILL SELL WITHOUT THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ablVchilds rockr massive lonnRfi Perfection oil will coil sprinK and felt two single beds vil snrliiKi mattress Mahogany Dresser wash chairs Ultcheji tsblr linoleum garden pipe mid many small TERMS CASH PHONES 770489 demned tor hia crime and adds that he did not have the help of God but incouncll or regulation having tho force of law in British DISMISSED FROM ARMY from the United States army of Major Qustave Taussig and Frank White negligence in connection with imposing undue severe diirci plinary measures was ordered today by Secretary of War of the Regarding said inside situation he Germany needs better representing every party until the national than she has at Organizing reichstags meeting which was not by the would be very We need Jerinati representa tion which will show real situa tion to Our present enemies must become our I believe they want u better The allies say they do not want the slavery of but 1 shall believe that only after experi ment A people has a right to an ex istence which establishes an unbreak able inside DIRECTOR AIR SERVICE Appoint ment of Charles who commanded the 42nd Rain bow division in as director of the TTnlted States air suc ceeding John was announced today by hie of cable to Toronto Mail and Maximilian interviewed by a Dutch says the culpability of the pourbons is nothing compared with the scandalous conduct of the He wants theformer kaiser con HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR Hudsons Bay is giving away a Victory Bond for the nearest HOW MANY YARDS OF SILKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW Rylands are giving away a Pur Coat worth for the nearest Also three other valuable A coupon with every of or Ice Cream for tmas We are reducing the price Of bur ice cream bricks by a per so that everyone may Plain Vanilla and Re9ular 75c per Christmas Special Fancy Maple Regular 90c per Christmas Special Tutti Frutti fiQ Regular 90c per Christmas Special These prices are delivered but bricks will not be as they will keep 8 hours in this weather when hard SEND YOUR FRIENDS A BRICK ORDER NOW AND SAVE A CRYSTAL Join the LIBRARY EXCHANGE at FRANKS SPUTHARC BLOCK third Avenue South Very Hopeful About Canadasj Ability To Handle Problem A iilgh tone optimism in regard to the ability of i ttanadato face Jhe problems peoultur to the period of reconstruction or re was sounded this after noon by acting minister of trade and acting chairman reconstruction com mission of tlie Dominion at the luncheon of the Can adian Club at the Chateau MacLean believed the only problem Canada would have to face was that in connection with the de mobiUzatlph of army and the war workers and their return to civil em and in this he foresaw no dltflculty If ttte Canadian people ap proached with courage and unsel A great advantage possessed by Canada which would stand her in par lirularly good Htead In her present situation ability to Expand absbrb v In1 the four years prioi 10 the to ttie nual immliratlon to Canada haw nged for the lour war years up to March 31 this figure hud to year and that was a Mgh becausa In the first war year the Immigration had been almost as lavge formerly Tho eslimato of the number of wa workers who would be deprived o their Rinploymeut as tho result of th cessation of MacLeai placed at tlu Canadlai army In France and In England num horod absorption of i hose forces should present no diffi culties to a couptry which under or dinary conditions had been tp cure for immigrants Au cither feature which would to re move difficulty on this score was fact that prior to the war a very large proportion of the soldiers and war workers formed a part of Canad ian civil life and would merely re to former They had friends bore and were acquainted with Canadian so the prob 1 icia of absorbing them was not eveii IM serious as that of caring fqr the Recent nddrussed tor tun of Mbor to Canadian MOTHER HUBBARUSHUt UIVl HIM ONt FIlH CHHIS1MAS Just to remind you IF IT IS ANYTHING IN DRY CLEANING AND DONT FORGET THE NUMBER PHONE 451 call for and deliver your on record P nfirst class is of its kind in this part of the fined to some of the large but in the country in he did anticipate There of be some embarrassment in ome localities due to a difficulty in btaining ships to carry products to but this would be offset by evelopments in other The idian railways were ready to absorb i workmen and industrial ex lansion in lines which had been dom inant would prove a great factor In lolving the problems of n this connection he referred partic ularly to the building which lad been practically idle since the outbreak of the If deferred build ng programs were carried out jn 35 of the leading Canadian cities ori a pre war would moan a volume of business approximating und if the same ratio was applied to all Canada that estimate could easily be lu he felt that Canada had no recoiiHtructibn problem at er it was of readjustment j Embarrassments would be presented i in first in the flrfet phases of war but the of Camida had not been interfered and hud been Canadian railways had not been affedteil and the I low to Canadian shipping was more than offset bjr the new construe tion while the completion of the ernmenta shipbuilding program would 1 give to thecountry toiw oil Bteam shipping in excess of prewur His opinion was that wtth n a very few months Canada would enter upon a period of expansion greater than any in her Tim rate of wages paid would always bear a to commodity cost and if declines came they would come cost of living as well as in The only need to bring SUCCORS in the readjustment period in the ion of tha cqurage J Sir Henry president of tha Canadian occupied the while Sir Wilfrid N Rowoll and McCurdy were thope wlto inter Lethbridge Laundry Manager THE SOCIAL EVIL Hugh Dobson OF r WILL SPEAK ON THE SOCIAL EVJVjfS LETHBRIDGE f Sunday and Monday December 22 23 United North Sunday H Wesley Church Wesley piiili The vital issues of the day will be thoroughly discussed and it is hoped that Lethbridge will turn out en masse to hear this out standing inen brought from tjiuch Mrms und allowed that since the sign ing of tho to last the number of dismissals ol employees wan but males and 196 less than two for eacl If Canada had a problem of the unemployed to fact i would toil MlllHlriHURBAHli SHilf What Gift More Beautiful Thfin Flowers for Your Wife or Sweetheart Flowering and Decorative Holly and Holly Moss Christmas filled with the Plantsand Ferns at Pmpderafe We are growing our own flowers at home and guarantee them to be strictly fresh arid of the CHOICEST QUALITY Our supply Willie limited and therefore ask you to place VPiilY orders as early as possible to our FREE DELIVERY TO ANY PART OF THE WE ARE NO FURTHER 1 IH RED LINE CAR STOPS AT PHONE 1003 We Have forOur Xmas Trade a Choice Lot of Milk Fed Chickanand Ducks Also Choice Young Lamb and MEAT MARKET PHONE 635 BUILDING 427 FIFTH ;