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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAfiE EIGHT THE LETiroiUDCiK WEDNESDAY, JANUARY a I live duty In Ihc postal department i'n- t ITTI r HI 11 HOP nrllSIIifSs IMG! fill FA couragement From The Government that Aefau: ers under tao military servlco ael vc-t Uroiigiu la justice, an A tb? rf the tor at Red IVer in favor of a returned ;tjal man, r.s as at ihe session of ihe tcii vent ion this wornine. Loans For It ivas rcv-oKfd as i hi1 couvfniion that ivLpre.-t? the Dominion govern- ment liavo jiipitiutrd a by all remraci.1 dwirir.e: to -become are provijftl with land .iiid :i mriXiuiuiu loan oJ xvuh at 5 roni-, :h? .-ami1 .-litvjM bD mad? applicable 10 (hose1 of entering iuio ether busings The laad fcheap only provided for one rlass ol men. Therefore the govern- ment to te petitioned to extend the jams facilities to enable men to" set up in business on tlivir personal -security tor ihc IOJIL-, or failing the ?3G3o. by that pt citizen of repute. Bring Them to Justice The delegates agreed that this Al- berta convention rface on rec- ord Ivoing opposed, to the altitude adopieil by federal government in Their Xorember admit de- faulters under the Military Service Act. ami reromaiendctl tha.1 n 5pei-ial hranc-b of Tiio Depsrinieut of Justice lie Cfisblislifed1 for iho purpose of to justice all who have evaded their military obligations, ruiau It. U. and Sec- J. H. Pleetwootl ot the public Chairman J. Vasolc- seyarato school board, tlic Civil StT-] on afternoon from tXl- liMP awl iUr-> they attended a con- iiKi i itvj of Jeronc? eC ot city gmvrn to fchixil JW.IMS with Hon. Oeo. ?mitii, so-Trams euicr-j of ccufaticu. JT date, it "Then: isn't much to be eipecud in Overflow Announcement from the Administrator's Sale Dealing Principally with MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR tu service ur.jor the jiroviiu-'sl j fervuc KOYvnv.i-c: madodurins past yoar to yelJtUMi iho sovoramont ihai j Way et ail iuciva-e In gttnls to have bt, :i given to than rvuirii- oi the c. E. F. now civil is the way ChKirmau od ioldlLTS r.otel anil a recitation j >orrants ret-eivo in lull. aU the Dnvidsoa summetl up the roulis ot the ;he eiinmtve cf this Al- r benefits the war conference. "The government told us Aesociation be irmrueted to pro- Venenis iietitioued for were j were already giring the schools i test U) the governruent i wade to embraro ex-members of the of tlie 1SSJ per at. ot the) aeatasi this aiA acains: the Cunidian Linn and forces who revenue of ttie provhu- and they duriup the and i ,lad no more mtmpy for lls We employed as civil- U( beUoYO so therr U is likely we get a larger grant for the school work, ami probably more t reach ol Sis please to tho In that Jr. tnsny cities, governtuont lU-partnifciitii, U'ith federal and provin- cial, as well a? private enterprise? employ oi-ruembers of the C- E. F, engagement is frequenUy con- and front time ui Liien are Qiscriarseil during iiuie'- perio-1; fur other whilst oiher men who were A? equally aWe to for active semee and failed lo do 50 arv ii sovernmems te petitioned ih.u preference of nl! permanent be given the returned Fur- ther, that it the respective menU desire at any to reduce their men shall be dis- charged who have not given fo their king arrd country in thi? or any other in ;he tvittles the employmoni ol.the returned men. sen- Joriiy --hall from the day of their j transferred' to enlistment. Ry. Constructicn win; now i tus iu any military, caval or other; nf service in the [for technical education, but In the [case of u teehni- ciU education gratu would do us no gocnl without unite 11 expendt-f iture on the part of the bo.ird to getj i ihe manual training school going' 'again. U'e ttierofore have to! i struggle ihrougU as I The conference guvo Hon. Mr. i Stniih a very heavy duy. two meetings! held and the subjects under di'cvision heius. coafidcred from alii sides. 1 Among Uie "visitors to the G. V, A. li-onvetition totlay Capt. Taylor atsd l.icut. Swtft, M.C.. ot Magratb. t f'.ipi. Taylor arrived liome a couple! of agu. I'.e went over with t'uej iirst draft ot ihe KUU anrtj after that unit he Royal Flying" Corps an cbsener. For six mouths he j was observing and then went to Knsr- It antl to by tho 'laud, where lie trained for his pilot's escort to a train cf smiplios of convention that steps be forthwith i papers, getting his commission and jfooilstull-, a present from the British for proceeding with the con- advancing Jo ihe rank of captain. i army in Italy to the women anil chil- Lieut. Sv.'Ut i? also a member ot i of Vienna. Great crowds fcl- VlEXN'A. Jan. small Tarty British troops arrived here today as strticlion of the Eanjont en-Dun vegan j and the A. and C-. The i Sunlight does it Yea irha fllwayj dread rraih of the of wearrv wjsb-board tfcc damp steamy air, your skirt and shoes iptashfct Forget thai, Conae into Ihfi ease and cooj. fort of a Sunlight AVssh Day. Sunlight Soap do the yoa can gp out callinf or shop- ping. ReaJ the djrecLiont. e 1 (he 13th C.M.K and he and Capt. Tay-1 towed Uie convoy the j government is to be petitioned thai lor are agrc-ed ilini ihe famous giving the icen a cordial but j now the condition? brought on by pf toiithcrn can more one devoid of any especial entiiusiasiu. the war iu the matter of scarcity o! decorations than any other Canadian' The British officer in command ex- labor and material no, longer prevail. Unit which toot; pan In ihe great plained to ihe that the! hhe terms of wmpleie j war. Applies were sent in recognition "t t the said railway should enforced with operations to pcoceecl to an im- uii'diate and yfticieni concir.sion. Red Deer The recent appointment of ibe post- master ot Red Deer came in for much animadversion, and Tith his case oih- er examples were mentioned. It pointed ont that this appnmtment was I given to a then undieichargeii member i th'e Canadian Naval Forces whose cogn ihe fact that Austria had treated her Uritish prisoners with :n coiitrasi the. inhuman treat- ment given by the {lermans. HISTREAT Frederick former police i i service in the Great War was limited i J to the dntiea a storekeeper at j magistrate Bow Island, has com-j EsquImauU. B. C.. he never liaTing i ntenctd action against'ihe ot: left the soil of Canada oil active ser- r (or fahctj. arre3ting ilinii vice. An honorably discharged IS. Messrs. Sarery.j niember ot the C. E. R. who had serv- i penntrty act! barristers, ol; ed overseas had mads application for arv> have Teiainea ror the; the position and received absolutely j Xotice ol writ lias been! no consideratipn.- It was reEOlved thai j d on Mavor ReM and PoliM Con. i the Civil Service Commissloa, through j ,uhle ijurrv- -Qf 3ow Tiie ac. j the be petition- Uon win be heard at the eel to take cognizance of s _e court to he hcld al ranted discnminttuni to tne detriment wwanls tjlc end of Fel.J of Ibe public service. ruarv. Mr. Brown is dam- 1 In this connection Comrade Mundy i f i (mentioned the case oC a man who had' '_____________ i i never been overseas being employed j as Regimental Sergeant Major in the Supply and Transfer Department at j Xot only this, but he had j married his stenographer and she was j I at present emplpyed in the department j drawing a salary. The annulment o' the appointment! of the Tied Deer postmaster imtnccl-1 iately was asfced for with a view to awarding the positioi; to such party I _ .whose service for June and country! OTTAWA. Jan. misundcr- and whose personal ability for eiecii-1 standingt H ia thousht' tiave I arisen in respect lo reports ot cessa- tion of. British buying of Canadian meat products. When tho reports to hand yesterday Sir Thomas immediately communicated with ihe British authorities in New York and caWed Xo notice ot any such cessation had been re- 1 celved by the Dominion government. i Keplies received today indicate some misunderstanding aud that Ihc reported discontinuance of buying may he imfotimled. Further informa- tJon will be available later. When you think of the successful men and you' who aic doing things worth find that they V possess forct, vim and kind that Eiroply bnm over when the blood is filltd with iron. Iron is red blood food-it helps put strenethOXV1 and energy into the veins o! and roses the cheeks of vrornen. A prominent New York Surgeon and Ad- junct Professor of the York Graduate School and Hospital, Dr. Kenneth K, JtacAlpine, says: people would only realize that iro.n is just indispensable to the blood as is the air to the and be just as particular about keeping up a sufficient .supply at all limes there would, in my opinion, be far less disease resulting from anaemic, weakened conditions. Jn my opinion, Iron is .the inost valuable tonic, strength and blood builder any physician can prescribe." "r'H, fin i-rl nunifd tiy jhysvfiar.s ir.4 Tynlth iDTtft raiiiicn not A seertt reirxJy, c-it wr.fe'i :i "Unlike Ihe it eisily antl dots not injure Ite tceih. liicm Vitlt nor the jloniich. The taarmtce end cniirdy risahs to every pnter.ijcr cr will refund your rfioncy. B.OTHAM co.. LTD., DRUGGISTS. COLD IN THIS CITY BY j, D. mom SQUIRREL BBAKI> Peanut Butter 32 SMS HAVE iOfUn By Serious Gastric Ul- ccrs, Says Authority, moav of Dyspepsia and Indigestion, Snys Keep Stomach Sweet With j Magnesia. CHICAGO, .Jan, sV. have ratified the fcdcnl EiTnentlrotiit providing for the prohilii- tbn or'maOTfacturn anil sale of; liquor, lov.-a ana Colorado were in- "Stomach troubles, ilyspepaia, indl ;estion. pfnirncss. gas, iiearthnin, food rsraiKilstiom, ok1., are cansoii nine '.mer. In ten Ijy tjhronic "jtcld slora- says a is'dl known authority. Duralug hydrochloric ilcvelon? sl'j'.naih at an alarininB rale. day aMorl (o the Males Approving it ht rxlrl irritates and inHamcs 111 V.'hilo 10 aro yet to make dc- J y.-l.-'n'-T: lining ami otton ciflons on the question, only fo'ir nrcJer.dH i.o accompanied by lacl-ifnef to make yp the three-fourths; j s oroach tilcerR; rjoiL't (lose jmajorily rcaufred to ratify the t-cM aioitiach pepsin or arti- jmcnt. jfK.iiii that gfve temp -r-. re It of from pain by driving f.'ie ijur, fnotl out of tho Mom- K'h'lrito the The acid, whkJi ilic (rouble, remains in your j .'.lomach as amgfirous as aver. neutralise or svreelen your J fitriTj.R'jli rneala with a ty 'j i TRIBUTE TO CANADIANS Jan. ian Afisotiated rnjivc- inent hcsn in JVtv- tan. where ro mr.ny vrjU Ihe pain vanish hut your naturally. Tliere U [Hitting neiicr to s-wcclen and ?ettlc: {an acid atortiach than a goort magnesia ft poaJis up the harmful cxcjgsJ fl aponge or hlottlrig your stomach ecti fino Juat n ft'." minutes, Is the Hjiacial mas- be wstd for (his pur- I rrri it can he obtained from any ilniggist tn either or v iroopo Ijy Hntt tablet form. It in relinhle, ftaay anfl pleasant to use, not a 1- -I- ana is not al all .'Ihrit ijehavHn- frn'l irnt o: Fublir, rffcrcnro h 'n KJ inanner iu whi.c'i have to In- (he inhaVjilanta in the 75 SUITS TO CLEAR AT FRACTIONAL PRICES Splendid suits here for everyday wear. Alt give evidence iiood tailoring and are constructed of sturdy materials, chiefly iit worsted ami Ivveeil effects. Suits worth to Selling at Suits worth to at SERGE SUITS S only, suits of two bluo serge. loday o 535.00. Selling at .............................i MEN'S OVERCOATS Values to OElv Overcoaia of heavy chiefly with large collars. Values to ?27.50. .Clearing at.................... YOUTHS' OVERCOATS Overcoat? for lioys of 14 to 17 years. Just a lev: left. The values run to Clearing at 9.95 MEN'S WORK PANTS Values to -Men's Stripe Heavy Coltonade ana Worsted fanls. lo 53.75. Clearing o at......................................6.JJ MEN'S AND BOYS' UNDERWEAR REDUCED Manufacturers inform us that unilorvrear will be 25 per cent, higher next fall. Certainly, wheth- er there is an increase in price or not it Till! much higher (ban Ihe prices here quoted. Heavy Rib Two Piece Garments Hew son and Halifax hranda of b 2 avy wo o! c n imdc nvcar. nnd S2-00 values, -i OQ Clearing, each ,.C..... Stanfields Two Piece Garments Stanficlds Heil Label Under- wear. Rc-eular. gar- ment. Clearing at 1.79 Fleece Lined 95c Men's heavy Ileeco lined jiiece garnnjuta. Clearing at..................... Rib Combinations Value. Men's heavy rib HCWEOTI Knit tinshrlnkahlc all sizes. Kegular O CC Clear tog at............tJ.OD Fine Rib Combinations Value. Men's fine combinationsf Tiirnlrall laili. neeubr Boys' Combinations 1.69 Values ia IJoys' rib combinations, Turn- bull knll. All sizes from 6 lo 1G years. Values lo -i AQ Clearing at l.OIl MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS Soft all pure grey flannel r.ttaclied collar. Pull roomy sizes, 15 -j p d neck. Regular 52.50. Clearing at........ IiOJ MEN'S UNION SHIRTS Soft grey or khaki union flannel shfrls. -i nn vnluc. Clearing at Into" BOYS' FLANNEL SHIRTS 98c warm shirts of dark grey flannel, sizes 13 to 14. value. Clearing 30C MEN'S WORK SOX 25c 35c and 40c Values. Several good lines of men's heavy work, EOX. Clearing, pair 50c MEN'S CASHMERE SOX 39c Fine lilack cashmere sos, good value at Me pair. Clearing, pair LINED MinS AND GLOVES Values lo Work rnitts and gloves, al! lincil. Values 1 1 A to 51.50. Clearing, pair 1.1U MEN'S SWEATER COATS to 53.50. Heavy rih cotton sweater coals that will sland hard wt-ar. Grey only. Values lo ?3.50. QJ- Clearing each MEN'S Values to H50. Any hard or soft felt list in slock. Wliile they last 1.00 MEN'S WOOLEN GLOVES 95c Valut. Heather misecl gloves ulth teallier liinding ana iloino fasteners. 51.25 values. Clearing pair.................- Boys Winter Suits High grade suits tor all ages of boys in this aalr ;it fractional viilues. Varenls a family of lioys win find now a very excellent U me to ouirit lliem with snits for school or lietter Viridiback and Norfolk style's shown, in ti iv iile ringc of malerials and colors. Junior Norfolk Suits at.......... Boys' Suits, values to Clearing a Boys' Suits, values to Clearing Boys' Suits, values to Clearing at.................. Boys' Suits, values to Clearing at.............-.. Boys' Suits, values to Clearing y SWEATER COATS 6Sc Value. Only a small quantity nf these coals left. They come Jn fill grey with ehnwl collar. Sfzcs 2G tn Cloaring at..................... OoC BOYS'SWEATER COATS Values lo SJ.75. heavy knit r.ufnlf.r coals wllli millfary collar. Color coniWnntlon of drown sml khafci. navy Wuc wiili Sljoa 21 (o 32. Valuta -i QC BOYS' WOOL SWEATER COATS 3.25 Values. Hoys' ciiairt fcnil htavy wool sweater coals with pbnwl collar, Colors lirowu tan, o op CO to 'M. U-00 vnhie. Clearing nt BOYS' PULL OVER SWEATERS.TJ5 Values. Heavy wool pullovers with toll collar. Colors MHO and Ibaki. Sizes 28 to 31. J2.75 value. AP ClrarlnB at IttfJ SHOE BARGAINS BOYS' KNICKERS SI.50 V'Aluc. knee hnlikcn for small lioys. lr> 28 only. 51.5D Clearing 1 1 O at...................................... SEY and WILSON BOYS' MITTS AND GLOVES 35c Mills nnd glove ft for lioya, knitted of woraltil In tanty colors. All sizes. Values to CCfc. Clearing, pair 35c ;