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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE .LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1920 (Usolution Passed at Opening of is Praised lo thf Hereldl EDMONTON. Feb. feature ol hn impressive proceedlnjs at the ipenlng of Alberta lerfilaiure ivas (he adoption ol a reso- lution of sorrow anil regret at the Jeath of the laic speaker. Hon. C. W. sifter, of Cochrane. resolution was adopted by a standing voto In silence. It reads as follows: "Re-solved, that the legislative as- sembly belnjr officially informed of the death of the Honorable Charles Wel- lington Fisher, late speaker of the- as- sembly, desires to record their deep- of loss at the death of the honorable gentleman. Klected as first speaker of tho leglilz- UTO assembly of Alberta ou the 15th day of Marcli, 1J06, lie fas repeatedly :aint and Dizzy Spells Weakness and Shortness of Breath You can generally tell when ths licurt is affected by Ihe faint and spells, tin shortness of breath palpitation, throlihlng. itiK, smuiuc-riiig sensations, ivpalc. sink- Ing.vall-goiie fueling, choking sensa- iibn. cfc. "Many mtn anil women liecanic run- ikwn and wortrout when oilter.vhi: iiiiy could strong and if tT'i-y Trotild only pay some ur. ;.j l.hp first sign of heart Xn remedy so ran :h lo make Ilio heart regain rlreuglh and vigor, regnlato its beat and restore it to r. healthy and nonnal condition as Mil- biiin's Heart and Nerve 1'llis. C. A. S. Drake.. Paris, Ont.. have used on luc- box of Milburn's Heart am! Merre Pills anit find (hoy- liavo done good. I had thoss fainting, dizzy once in awhile, and also weak- ness and shortness of breath, and would become so choked up at times 1''could hardly sleep -without sitting lib in bed. When walking too fast JivouliTtave to stop anri try to catch iny breath. I feel a lot better since 1 rhaye used your pills and know that they have helped me wonderfully as 1 b'avc improved yen' much." 50o a box at all dealers of raallert direct on receipt ot price by ih'c T. Co., Ural ted, Toroito, elected to the same office and con-: tinned to servo in that capacity for a jperiod of almost fourteen years. This; UKBibly to express Its appro- cliUon of the lervice cf the late speak- 'i er In his capacity as their presiding I officer. j "Further" resolved, that a copy of the foregoing be forwarded to Mrs. Fluher by the clerk of the assembly." Hoadley Endorses Speaker Another feature of the opening ses-! sion KM the hearty endorsement given the new ipeaker, Captain C. S. Finite, by George Hoadley, leader of the op- position. "May I congratulate Mr. said -Mr. Hoadley, "oil receiving his high as well as onerous office. If the position Is great, the duties are also great, and 1 believe lie will rise Lo the occasion and administer UU duties Jh an equal, fair and just man- ner to all." This expression was S reefed Inud applause from both sides of the house. Premier Stewart, in the nomina- tion of Capt. Pinglc for the position of speaker, also psld a tribute to the worth of the new official, say- ing that while. Capt. J'ingle was a young man, ILs premier was con vinced that he would fill the position with the dignity, fairness, and cour- tesr which Its greatness demanded. Tite bouse named Stewart, Hon. C. R. Mitchell, Hon. J. H. Boyle, Mr. Turgoon, J. McCoH, Krauk tingwell, George Hoadley, A. F. Ewing and CapL Hobert Pearson, as the spe- cial committee to select standing com mittees- ot the legislature. Tho debate on the speech from tlie throne will bo opened at it o'clock Thursday afternoon when the speech- M irill be moved by Joseph McCallum, of and seconded by "Major it. B. Eaton, Hand izcd districts. The reconstituted came In for genera) discus- A. D, DECELLES MARTIN J. GRIFFIN, OTTAWA. There is a revival of ihe report that Dr. Martiu J. Griffin and Dr. A. D. DeoeJles, Jo'.ut librarians of Parliament, will retire on superannuation at the end of Uie present fiscal Hon. Albert Sevlghy, cx-Mluisttr of Inland lleveuue, Is spoken of ns a likely success or to Dr. Decellcs, and It was report- ed some lima ago that Hon. Martin llurrcl! would succeed Dr. Griffin. "DRY" LAW CAUSES SHRINKAGE IN FEES, MAGISTRATE RESIGNS Stomach Disorder V Only 6 Months to Live Rea what B.B.B. did for Him Ilanz Kelikl, Maguolia, Alia., years ago I became very sick with stomach '.viiicii the doctor told ho hail of thc'past WCOK hns cverylpdy. farmer is pleased with the warmftdayF, and-also the heavy fall of snow, as this all melted, and went into Ihe earth, making mere than ever sure the coming crop. Many have seen Ihe ground covered this Mangled Reniiiins. Found on v Railway Track Not Those of Soldier' Though Dis- charge Papers Said So TORONTO. Feb. by Canadian- I'acitic nailway officials that a dead body, believed to be that of Samuel 'Mcllrcy, lale of the 15th Battalion, had been found badly man- gled on the Montreal-Toronto trark just east ot the city, on Monday night. Secretary Slubbs of the Red Triangle Club, was atnazed a few minutes later, after he had attempted to communi- cate with Mcllroy's family, to hear the voice of the supposed corpse call- ing lilin on the telephone. The In month with water that never was wet formation received by Mr. Slubbs was ir. iuat the body bad on it discharge before, except In June of any year Stock men are. now feeling papers bearing the name and regi- identi- more feed being received, and'horses menial number corresponding to those nro now In preparation lor the spring ot .Mcllroy. The explanation later work. given by .-Mcllroy was that some time Tho hockey club had a ver.r pleasant ago he had these documents stolen. time on, Friday .night, at their second dance in the Veterans hall. They had a largo crowd, with s. good financial result. Maeleod-is promised another paper, according to a prospectus j tho company, who will print the snme. first -week in March, first copy, whtcii will bo a weekly. I Tho Midlands Motor Co. opened mi' business for the sale of autos automobile accessories, battery ser- vice, station, and a general repair; shop, under men who understand their. lines ot work. They have leased thci Universities old Ford Garage, owned by J. A. Vlr-l tuc, and are now ready for In any of these lines. The- monthly meeting of the iioa- liilal board was a very satisfactory ooc in every way. The report from MINEOLA, N. Y., Feb. Police Justice George A. LIKIi announced today that he had re- tinned because prohibition pre< vented him "from4 making a liv- ing." Since the ban went into effect last'f month, revenue fromthe office dwindled more than SO per cent., the juitlce AT WING SESSION minister of Labor Not Sure i Eight Hour Day Law Will Be Introduced Rural Municipalities Union Be- lie ves Maintenance Charges Should Be More Evenly .Disrtibuled Green Room, Billiard Room, all Fine Donations Regarding school tmes, Ihe present lystem was helievod by tho Alberta Union of Municipalities as Di- gressed at the convention in Edmon-t ;on recently, lo tend towards Icequal-'1'1110 most, useful of war tjr In assessment and collections, and (be Province is that et the iipw .0 be inefficient In respect lo unorgan- renovated and altered headquarters One of the finest and at the sanvo of Ihe local C. V. A., lha process of furnishing oE which Is now pretty slon. which gradually tended to focus wcl1 completed. In the alterations, qn education in general rather thnni renovations, and furniture, the veter- upon particular resolution. Tho ails !lave "ow a home par excellence bo welcome to tho club in tho (rus that the -eye 'will deleu where curtains are necessary to adf to Ihe cosiness of the same-, and BO wll be able to do tUu boys a real eer vice. CHOSEN JUGO-SLAV PREMIER PARIS. Feb. Mlletnlk Ves oltch, the minister of Jugo-Slavia u' Paris, has been asked to form a cabinet at Belgrade, it was announced today. way In which all on- dorsed the educational needs of the I country districts was the feature ol i facl luat CI1C which they arc justifiably a great added to by the organization has hour's discussion. Eventually, thel one cent of debt, which is not ill- following resolution was adopted, but only by a fair majority: "Resolved, that the rural schools should be maintained (1) by govern- ment grant, (2) by u levy upon all ratable land within tho municipality lo produce a revenue of ?50.00 per month for each school room, (3) by a levy upon all ratable lands, within eich organized school district, suffi- cient lo meet the' balance required. The basis for all'levies to lie assessed value of the land, and levies to bo.collected by tho munici- pal districts and paid to the respect- ive school districts." An amendment to cut the sum designated from {50.00 to.J25.00 was defeated. .Calgary was selected as the place o? Tcr Ycur's ctmVcnt-i FOUR YEARS FOR 'PEG HOBBERIES together the experience of other simi- lar organizations in the province. Further, all the work has been done by veterans. Tho "Green which Is the reading-room of the is elegantly and cosily furnished with armchairs, rockers, and writing tables. Tho large billiard room In tho base- ment, which lias been' turned Into quite an imposing billiard parlor, has three full-sized billiard tables. In ad- dition to the one supplied by tho n'ar Association of the city, the two oth- ers have been donated by tho Next-of- Kln and tho Knights oJ Columbus Catholic Army Huts. Tho npstairs part of the building is noiv being altered and renovated. lAmonK the improvements tn ed will bo lhe laying down ol a maplo hardwood floor in tho largo hall. Of the three rooms at present running along tho'side of the hall, one will be left intact to be used us a ladies' room when dances are held at the WINNIPEG, Feb. years club; olher tlvo lvi" bo 'U'rown In tho penitentiary was tho sentence lhe mai" iial1- The attic floor of today on George-T. Little and Alfred Harrison, on charges of rob- ry. Stanley Seed, who pleaded of Canada Will Undertake important Work For Education