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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. JANUARY 10. 1919 l.KliimillHiK UAH.} HhlUUJ PAGE NINE Jan. ol the NoTthiantl's oHIcers mckancls taking Ihe Bland'.at the resurapUqa of the Inquiry, lollwed by Chlej OttV i'er HutcMpGon ctief engl> neer. lleforo proceedlrg the witness, Mr. Justice llodglos referred to a statement Issued by the While Star- Dominion Una officials In tie mare- to tho effect that completely satisfied with ihc triy of tlio MorlUlznd. In vtou- of tliu frA-t that Xorlhland wera here to give evidence, tlic statement from (lie officials ylaced the steam- thin company In a very eilraordlnary Vosttfon. Mr. ilolileii eipresisd concurrence In thjs vluw. ot the court. had ai ready tlrami Iho attention of his client fo tho Impropriety of such, a ilatemeat end they iad promised ascertain low H hipjiened to be made, Quebec was a minor sun-agency of the line, and the Interview must have emanated front a subordinate offi- cial. Pureer RIchsrtis he v.-as arall- able to O. C. of the troops at all M. but bxi received no special cptainU: bad no reason to think that bad been alter than oatlsfautory. Witness bed dls- d Stewart the matter of staivtfus Eollins food to sol- dlen and otto made inspections of the ehtp. He found no evidence- ot food islUaff, but the privates had incovrateo the traffic the stew- anli, vrikh intdo it mule difficult to stop. FOR CIVIL SERVANTS, TOO REGINA, Jin. dis- charge pay now known ai war Mrvlce grants has been made ap- plicable to and elso to Canidtan aoldkra discharge In England. to telegraphic iMtructkona received In thli mili- tary dlelrtot from Ottawa. Under old syatem both classei were barred. Lurks in the Mouth PHOPLB wife gocd sound teeth are not alone leei to dis- ease, but (hey may be said to be largely Immune from many serious aU- mentfl. Paumccla vhich so ter- minates many CAMS of. '.nCuetua finds for Ita an ptese In (he hollow or a decayed tooth, and It Is conceded that the germ of Inftaenza ffnds entrance to the system tbronjrh the mouth or now. Preserve your teeth In a healthy ua pal them to todar. Do lot he afraid to pay .111 a We PnctiK h b Gratis Art. Drs. Bnmer, Richards Nelson 7 High Grade AmavitM PHONE 3f3 Ott 81k., 4 Doors torn Letlibridge Hotel, LetUbrUge LETHBRItXQC. ALBERTA TcALGARY MIA I WITH AVCNUC' .EDMONTON CR1STAJ-L BLOCK. THE THRIFTY HOUSSWIFB WILL APPRECIATE TH1 DID VALUES WE ARE OFFKHINO IN TNi KIQHB8T C1SSS OROCSRIE8 ANO FOOD Fruits and Vegetables Oranges, 60o, 70o" and Lamon., dOZ6Q Crape Fruit, eacli 19- 10e and IOC OA_ Ixfituot. Hot Zlonw, A A _ 40c pBcnnfevs. Hot Honve, each JtjC Crtmwma, Z 7C- dry and mealy, 1 QA ft! cwt............... 1.3U i TURNIPS, BEETS, CAB9AQE, PARSNIPS GOOD SOUND STOCK. 40c I'opplng Oft- jb. Wfcgncn, Horn Beaut- ies, sounil -per o U Wesson's Oil, for salads timl cooklnt, large- tin..................... 6.13 jledlum tin............... 11.03 Maple [luttcr, per lij' fl ,_ Vclfefs aiiooK, half pgun each Mixed. vegoUblM, til.- pre- pared'ready to put In your apiip slock, iff, J5c e wtek, (In 13C Junket lublfls, j E Ib. box of assorted hls- coJU, an ictfr for. niaUfcj orer- SMS. AiV a retnrcfl friend 1( theao are not appre- JA clatxl, bat yl.4u !b. iBo and........... "Sweet Clover" farm epgs, Eltra uadled per dor. New lalJ eggs UnstariRr per brick................. Pie-nU Hans, special for Saturday Pork and.Beuu, VIA Pork amsOl Un OeU ..............i BUcdard Pttt per I la ...'.i.-......... nrtn Blfu4 to ma ImyoiW kted Oora, ud Tkrt- brand roraaioM, Bofil City, (jnalrtr tat TirtOT Cutlle km, each WC CMtike Boap, per cake................... IMIet 6 for Baby's Ovn Bot Infant's bof 50c 70c 60c 80c 45c 26c 25c 17c 19c 26c 24c 21c Sc 25c 32c 32c Oom Bath Soap. Keg. nlir for 210. tjptclil Sttimlay, i for Geo. Kerr Co. Phonei 1453 and 1365 Llcenw No. 8-2408. (o Hie HAT, Jan. 10. This morning's sesElou of die couvoi.Uonof .he Alberta Federation ol I-51 or -was taken up Urgely In discusslns pro- poeed amendment to tho corapeuaa- tlon act. 'residBtil-Btect call- ed upon to preside by ihe retiring of- Aid. Kinoey, of Edmonton, where- upon the conrentlon patBed a vote o( (banks to the ei-presljent lor his work of the pact rears on o( t'te "rganliaUoQ, la reply Mr. Hlu- ney iaU that the executive had al- ways been most sympathetic, the members differed DQ many matters, but with a rlevr lo brlnglog about a ot affairs boneflclal to the or- gicliatton. Mr. Whealley hoped for, lie same measure of assistance as "had been tendered his predeceBSor. This, hft would Involve Iht of the roemberaliii) at large, HQ trusted Uiat Iho many elements would be blended and that a spirit of toleration aad co-operation would It waa decided to request the s to publish several articles whtch oulii add to the conveatlon yester ty dealing with the Russian situation order that the publiu might know ast what circumstances led uj) to the ctlon taken by the convention. Dele lie Kntght was opposed to such ac on, however. Ho felt It -would bo ecetved. In tho way of an apology fron ie convent ton, and'the dele-gates hat o apology to offer for any action tha icy might take. Delegate Clowe was of opinion tha' tnety per cent, of the people really mew practically nothing about-the enl conditions that nave prevailed in Quanta, and tho Information which would be submitted to tho press by eadlnp authorities would much interest and would bft enlighten High Cost of Dying ie act V.-ELS next Uk up for consideration, and the uo." ertflrters 1n lor a draoblng at tie hands of come of the detcRawa that their charges wero xhorbitant and that one of the big to handle now was the high of dyfnj. It iras pointed out that [ID compensation act, for The uecMiary expenses of the bur- ai of vorbnan not exceeding 175'' ij which provision the gofernmfint' ieU a standard for aucfi "b'ut in the other hand, funeral 'charges Larlng the 'Cla epidemic have been away above the figure, exceeding U over 100 per cent. Tftriooa pTOTlsione !or, coa.pen tatlQD were Kith and the gov> tnmwfit IB beinc utwd by the feder- it ton to greatly increase the a moan t of compeMatlon In .every YORK. Jan, commutes of Iht Marine Affiliation imanimouily to reject proposal of A. H. Smith, eaetsrn regional director cf rcllroadi, for a 48- hour raiumptlon cf harbor actlvl- tloB, pending be- tvccn gdvernnneptj boat and wHh the object cf attempting settlement of the harbor strike. Call On Wilton Wllsou vras called on tofiay ty govern- ment officials to aid in settlement 1 the strike ol Xs'-v York harbor i Corkers. i Two reports-on the sJiuaiion wero tent to the president in Paris by callo. Tbe first deparltnent, lo uiake a re- turn of its revenue and expenditures for 1D1S Is the health detiariment and on the ordinary business outsifJe influenza epidemic, the depart mem came through with a surplus ot The sanitary department mado a loss of but the isola- tion hospital had considerable more revenue lhan eipected. with the result Jhat it had a surplus of The cost of maintaining the sanitation depart- ment vras as against an ap- propriation of The estimate for the Isolation hospital was while" the, expenditure over revenue was only The health board at its meeting raised the salary ot the matron 15 a month. The estimates for the department, for were placed at J4.000 and for the Isolation hospital. This does not provide for tho deficit of last year on the emergency influenza hos- pHal. of the act --Frith thai It IB asked that In -CthQ of putlal disability pay- nenig ihsJl be euUtclent to make'up wafex which Twould have been ;efrfd hsd.the-diaabled man i to loUoTT hU former occupitton. the lication form which be. filled oot by the applicants for oompenaa tlon. This, it was held, wna lecgihy, comptlcated and if fair, ftpd the convention appMrecl to be of the njrlnfon that it would be'co'b fisderably niuiplitled. To Prealdent eatler it sounded I Die a ncy. It was decided to Ui uniir.g to wait upon 'the oompensallon commlflsion, -with B W to having modified forin adopt e4. x-Fris.dnH Kinney, who Is" the representative of labor on the negation conimisalon, stated during the couree of his rennrtts the, board called upon to handle dbout' 200 tpplicalions per month at the pre- Ecnt lime, L._ DISCHARGE NAVAL MEN AS SOON AS POSSIBLE OTTAWA, Jan. following us issued by the naval department: great- number crl applications torn all parts of Canada are being tlie'nmvardopartnaent for men belonging to jie.'Canadian navfiU service, and it is desired lo make known that all men entered for temporary service in the Royal Canadian Naval Forces are he- Ing" released as quickly as Uiey can he eparetl. i SERIOUS DISTURBANCES DUBLIN', Jan. disturh- ancei have tsken place at Mount Joy prison, where a number of'Sinn Fein- era have been Imprisoned as ordinary prisoners, Vhile claiming treatment as political offenders. Ths prisonerfi are reported to have brofcfin the >vin- s and tho cells. THREE YEARS FOR HAVING BANNED LITERATURE TOHONTQ, Jan. years' jjppfisonment in Kingston penitentiary 'Sri.J'ta.-fine or wja' the seriterica Imposed by Magistrate Kingston) to- ,day on Cbarles Watson, a former city policeman, who ;was convicted yea- terdny of having objectionable liter- ature in hEs poEeesston. The local commltlee of tlm Musical Festival taliQ exception to the'report printed in the Herald a few days ago to the effect that the Calgary commit- tee-hart refused to hand over their sur- plus lo the provincial executive. The committee did nol authorize this.state- ment, antl Chairman Hughes declares that the Calgary coramUlee have not refused (o hand over their Burnl and they nro entitled lo do what they please with any surplus .they have cm liand. GATHER INFORMATION ON PAVROlLS HDMONTON, Jan. arc tains gBtfiercd bjf the Worlt- msn'a'Compensation Dnard ns to llie pnyroili In oil Alborla pro- piraliSry lo an assessment lor ciiu- purposes, Deginnfne1 wflh the new 'year Iho act cablo to all lines oE incluslrlga.hnd tho same procedure wi.l be followed As !n the case ot mining (o wlilcli ITVo opcradotj of tho board have heretofore been confined. The joy of feeling fit and fresh, rewards those who heed tho laws of health, and [keep the habits regu- lar with .The Grocer who knows fine Teas, recommends "Morning, Noon and Night" BRAID'S BEST TEA in sealed packages. Have you tried BRAID'S BEST COFFEE? because he is confident that every customer will enjoy its exquisite delicacy of flavor, and appreciate its unusual strength. 'I For Saturday Prime1 Beef Pork and Mutton Some CKoice Veal, Chickens, Ducks, Geese and Turkeys l New Laid Eggs From the Experimental Farm Delany's Meat Co. Tlie Home o{ HigK. Class Meats Phone, 452 m Look at Tonguel Move Poisons From Liver and Bowels at Once, ACCIDENTALLY KILLED PARIS, Jan, KflRol, member ot uio senate from the Ardennes, was accidentally kilted Thursday in an automobile In Chalomvsur-Marne. lie born In 1S58. JEWS WHO SERVED Jin. Jewish community In Rnglanri Is compiling a complefo record-of Uie Jcwa tnrongh- out the Hr'Hsb liinpirc who during (he war, wMch la (o tie pub- lished In fook form. Mother! Your child nAlurally! cross and peevish. Seo If tongue coated; Jbls Is ;i sure sign Un little stomach, liver nuil bowels ncbd a cleapsfng at once. I llallesa, pale, feverish, lull of coldy'br'e'alh bad, thrdSf sofc, doesn't> eat, Bleep or net stom-; ach-ache, diarrhoea, remember, a i gehtlo liver "strut 'bowel cleansing; Bhould always be'thp first Irealment] given. 1 IVolhiiig efiuals "CaliEomla Syrup of! for children's ills; give a lea- spoonful, and in few hours all the foul waste, sour bile and fermenting food clogged in the bowels passes out of "ibe system, and you) have a. wel. and playful cb.H again. AH children love this harmless, dcllcioua and it never (ails to effect n good "Inside" cleansing, rcCIfons for habioa, children of all ages and grown-ups aro plainly on tfie Keep It liamly in your home, A little: gW6i today saves u sick child lomor- tow, hut get tho gemiine. your dajfcglsl for n botHo of "Californfn then look and see tbat It Is made by tbc California Pis Syrup Announcement __________ r _ IN THE SOUTHARD BLOCK ON SATURDAY JANUARY llth BY F.H. WILKINS OPTOMETWST AND SIGHT SPECIALIST A MODERN AND COMPLETE SIGHT TESTING OFFICE Mr, Wilkins' is installing the latest scientific instruments for the detec- tion and correclion 6f visual defects and muscular anomatics, which, in conjunction with .A Number of Devoted Entirely to Optical Work entblet him to GUARANTEE SATISFACTION A CONSULTATION COST YOU NOTHING, ANO WE SHALL BE GLAD TO MEET YOU. I ;