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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1918__ THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD  PAGE SEVEN -j-,-----------j�t MAGIC BAKING POWDER CONTAINS NO ALUM It is a pure phosphate baking powder and is guaranteed by us to be the best and purest baking powder possible to produce. ' \ The perfect leavening qualities of " Magic" combined with its purity and wholesomeness make it the ideal oaking powder. The ingredients are plainly printed on the label and our, half century reputation should be sufficient guarantee of the high quality of these ingredients. i E.W.GILLETT COMPANY LIMITED ' WINNIPEG TORONTCONT. MONTREAL Red Cross Drive Progresses Four tennis In the big Red Cross drive reported last evening a total of $3,000 for the first day's caV vase In the drive. W. A. Parker, chairman of the canvassing teams, asks, all the teams to make report* tonight. The drive Is progressing favorably, and all the teams report meeting with encouraging success in their canvass of the city, in the effort to raise $30,000 for nrxt year's needs. MILADI Retailers and Clerks Present Arguments to Commissioners on Working of Factory Act Judge Carpenter and A- O. Browning, deputy attorney general, sat aa a commission on the factory act in the board of trade this mornfhg when they heard the act discussed by the rotailera, retail clerks and labor organizations, and when all the evidence was In, it appeared that the only bone Try Making Your Own Cough Remedy Ton can ��� about .....:..__ -..i.i:.. \. ,___.-.. -__....i i.- i . __ ... _ . i The buying public, however, must be i convenienced, and certain restrictions : are placed on retail stores which cause I inconvenience to tile public. This is 1 especially true in the case of the farm-:' ers, who are being called on to pro-> duce to the limit, and who take ad vantage of the Saturday night shop ping facilities in order to do his shop terest. The principle of the act is to limit the hours of labor. The act as at present provides that a retailer may keep his employees on duty 60 hours a week. But retail stores in Leth-bridge do not open till eight o'clock, and in many caseB the lady clerks are not asked to be present till 8.30 or nine, so that with 10 o'clock closing ping withouUosingjvaluable time from on Saturday nights the maximum hours ~~ of. labor is 57 or three less then the his Work on the farm. Eight Hour Day Mr. Keating-Yes. Mr. Mockford-Yes, but it doesn't go far enough, hour day. Q.-Should shops be on the same basis as factories? \ Mr. Shepherd-No. The nature of the business is entirely distinct. No Is Absolutely Safe It is clarified and pasteurized. Crystal Dairy Limited NOL CREATES STRENGTH Positive-Convincing Proof It is all very well to make claims, but can they be proven? We publish the formula of Vinol to prove the statements we make about it. law allows. But the retailers of Lethbridge subscribe to the board of trade memorandum and are willing to We should have an eight, grant a Wednesday half holiday in order to shorten the weekly hours of labor so that Saturday evening opening will not make the weekly hours more than 53 a week or seven Ibjb than the act allows. The act therefore is not correcting any abuse In that regard. The question of labor is very serious at the present time In all industries and It Is not practicable to secure additional help on Saturday evenings if the act were enforced is it stands at present. The act really,; should be suspended until six months after peace is declared. Mr. Keating-I don't think it either essential or necessary that the retail stores should be open on Saturday evenings. Give the act a fair trial first In any event. Mr. Mockford-That Is the bone of contention. The retail clerks object to the long hours of labor on Saturday and they have a right to protest against working 12 hours. The farmers do very little shopping on Saturday evening. If it is true that the farmers come to town to do their shopping on Saturday evening as their only available time why do not the I.H.C. and other big implement concerns and the banks, with which the farmers do most o� their business also keep open on Saturday evenings. The contention is iabsurd. - Q.-Should the. act, be amended so as to include hotels serving mealsas well as restaurants? Mr. Shepherd-Not Interested. Mr. Keating-Yes. � '> people, nearly all women, Germans ; stormcil the civic coal distributing of- Paris, Jan. 23.-As si result of an important, raid which the made in Belgium, after an intense bom-', fb-e. When appenled to by Cha rrnan bardmont, they gained a fooling in an i J. 11. S|�fiirp to go home if thoy had advanced pos'tlon of our first line ei^t I {>imn",h in e:irry them over three or of the town of Klouport," the war of- j four days but twenty per cent, refine nnnouiiens. j mainnd and 11 sr-cr will be s'veii the "There were spiriied artillery net-j neee:; my orders after the police have. Ions in tbe vicinity of A vocourt. KIbc- ! civwIh-I tli"ir bins to make, sure that where the night was calm." I they have no hidden supply. * *  * fl>�* > < CLEARING SHIPS AWAY ___________________Clyce phosphstci, Caicaris. Any doctor will tell you that the ingredients of Vinol aa published above, combine the very elements needed to make strength. All weak, run-down, overworked nervous men and women may prove this at our expense. There is nothing like Vinol to re-.tore strength and vitality to feeble old people, delicate children end all crsons who need more strength. Try it.. If you are not entirely sat* -fied, we will return your money Ithout question; that proves our ts'i s-�"l wnr protection. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM & CO.. i-TD. Druggists. Lethbridge. Also at the best druggists in all Alberta' towns. Give Your Wife an Merest In the family's financial progress by opening a Joint Account in the Union Bank of Canada. In her name and your own. You will find it a Very, convenient arrangement, for then either can attend to the banking when in town, making deposits or withdrawing money. In case of death, the balance automatically goes to the survivor. LETHBRlbGE BRANCH   - F. W. NICHOLSON, Manager CARDSTON BRANCH .  .  P. V. Cavers. Manager BARONS BRANCH.....J. Blackwood, Manager Mr. Moclcford-Should be applled'to hotels also. Q.-Should the act be extended to places of lea's.than 5000 population? Smaller Places Mr. Shepherd-If It is to remain the law and in operation it should be extended to all places. At present the act allows tor, serious discrimination. If it Is goed for the cities it is good for the .towns, ,\ . Mr. Keating-No opinion to 'offer* ; Mr. Mockford;-There are so; few employees affected lp the small towns that it really doeBnV make much difference. Not Suspended Mr. Browning'stated that he wanted it understood the act was not suspended while the commission Is sitting. That rumor hid got about. Mr. Mockford declared that the public would not cater more to the mail order houses if the stores close three hours earlier on Saturday. Mr. Livie of the Taylor mills, stated (that already, under the operation of the act, he had had employees come to him on Saturday and ask permission to go down town in the afternoon to do shopping which they could formerly do at night. A, Williamson of North Lethbridge said his trade was mostly with the | working men and 75 per cent of his OPENS AT WESLEY Will Discuss Problems of Day -Great Interest Being Taken New York, Jan. 23-But 71 ships remain to be coaled of the 200 or more in New York harbor which had empty bunkers a week ago, according to J. F. Parsons, director of fueling of vessels here representing the United States ship board. "Of these 71 ships, none of consequence is being prevented from Bailing for want of coal," said Mr. Parsons today. EAT WITHOUT FEAR OF INDIGESTION OH Instant Relief! "Pipe's Diapepsin" Ends Your Stomach Troubles Foreyer. The mock parl'ament to be conducted by The Men's Fraternity of Wes ley church, was opened very ausplc iously last evening in Wesfey school room, by W. A. Buchanan, M. i\, act ing as governor-general. Strict par liamenta.ry procedure was adhered to in the function. The parliament, i' comprised of a good number of mem bers, and the opening scss'on war Hrgely attended and much inieres' displayed. Over 150 spectators wert present The governor-general in his speech from th� throne referred to /arious prohlcmr of the day, particularly regarding returned soldiers' problems, woman suffrage, and hoped that these would be given consideration py the parliament. Hon. S. J. Shepherd was elected speaker on nomlnat'on of Premier C. E. Cameron seconded by Mr. John Livingstone, member for Enchant. Congratultory speeches were made by Mr. W. A. Leavitt, leader of the opposition, and Dr. Rivers member Jor Marshalleea. The address In reply to the speech from the throne was moved by Mr. McKee, member for Nobletord. and seconded by Mr. E. R. J. Porster, member for Seven Persons. Mr. H. H. Cragg acted as speaker pf the senate. Ralph Waddington was usher of the Clack Rod, Mr. Steele, sergeant at arms, and Geo. Whelen, clerk .of the house. The session adjourned for two weeks when the address In reply to the speech from the throne will be debated and the finance asln'ster will present his budget. "tistomers would sign a petition against Saturday nigbt closing. This was especially true of the miners. Another session is being held this aftsr- ttOOB. Wonder what upset your stomach- which portion of the food did the damage-do you? Well, d,on't bother. If your stomach is in revolt; if sour, gassy and upset, and what you just ute haB fermented into stubborn lumps;' head dizzy and arches; belch gaseB and acid and eructate undigested food; breath foul, tongue coated- Just take a little Pane's Diapepsin and in five minutes you wonder what became'of the indigestion and distress. Millions of men and women today know that it is needless to have a bad stomach. A little Diapepsin occasionally keeps this delicate organ regu lated and they eat their favorite foods without fear. If your stomach doesn't take care of your liberal limit without rebellion; if your food is a damage Instead of a help, remember the quickest, ourest, most harmless relief is Pape's Diapepsin which coBts only fifty cents for a large case at drug stores. It's truly wonderful-It digests food and Beta things straight, so gently and' easily that it is really astonishing.' Please, a weak, disordered stomach; It's so for your sake, don't go on and on with unnecessary.-Advertisement. UNDERTAKING OUR SAMPLE ROOMS ARE FILLED WITH LATEST AND NUMEROUS DESIGNS OF GOODS. OUR POLICY IS TO CURTAIL EXPENSE8, ENABLING U8 TO SELL AT LOWEST PRICES. HAVING ADDED MOTOR FUNERAL CAR Are now In a position to give up-to-date service. GET OUR PRICES BEFORE PURCHASING. . MacKay and MecKay 803 Third Ave. S. Phone 1602. Open Day and Night iciae re sod Keeps the ScaSp Clean'from Dandruff Reasonable care nnd effort arc all that are required to enable almost any woman to have good hair. When the hair falls out and is strinpv, uneven, dry, brittle and generally unsightly, the condition is nearly always due to dandruff. Before the hair will grow naturally and luxuriantly, the scale-like accumulation must be G-OtNOl KUKIM *Ul Ull It, removed t-nd the dandruff eradicated. That is what Newbro's Herpicide docs. It is an aid to nature. Herpicide keeps the scalp clean, adds a softness and luster to the hair which indicates health. It not only prevents the hair from falling out but causes it to become one of woman's greatest charms. Beautiful hair and lots of it may be the reward of every woman willing to devote a little personal, effort to the use of the First and Original Oerm-Remocly for Dandruff. Herpicide fitopj itching of the scalp. It has an exquisite odor. You can obtain a trial size bottle and booklet telling all about the hair by sending ten cents in postage or silver to The Herpicide Co., Dept. S, Detroit, GONE III It) im in nursL Mich. Your dealer sells Herpicide in two sizes, 50 cents and SI.00, and guarantees satisfactory results or money refunded. Insist upon having genuine Herpicicle and not some "off brand" said (to bo "just as good" preparation./ The substitute costs you just as much as the real article. Why take chances? - Herpicide applications obtained at the better barber shops and hair drossing parlors. SPECIAL AGENTS-J. D. HIGINBOTHAM & CO., LTD. SPECIAL for THURSDAY THE KING Wbn will'not s'lig. God Save the King ' Shall hang a3 high's the steeple, But while \v� sing God Save tlie King We'll ne'er forget the neoi'.'.b. -Burns. N1CHT I59tb Adversary cn Friday Next, Jan. 25th AT 8.3 THE NEXT OF KIN ASSOCIATION ARE HOLDING A Wbist Drive a^d * Scotch Dance * AT THE VETERANS' CLUB A Guid Feed Tickets 50c A Guid Scotch Reel And Scotland drew hetpipe and blew, "Up Willie waur them a' man." -Burns. 73 ;