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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^WED^ESDAY, JANUARY 23. 1918 THE LETHBmbGK DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEH BAKING MAGIC BAKING POWDER CONTAINS NO ALUM It is a pure phosphate ba^lntf powder and is guaranteed by u^ to be the best and purest baking powder possible__ to produce. ' ; I The perfect leavening qualities of "Magic" combined with its purity and wHolesomeness make it the Ideal baking powder. The Ingredients are plainly printed on the label and our, half century reputation should be sufficient guarantee of the high quality of Uiese ingredients. ( CW.QILLETT COMPANY LIMITED ' WINNIPCO TORONTO,ONT. montrcai. ross resses Four Uamrtn the big Red Crow drive raportad laot evening a total of $3,000 for the first day'* cOi-vaaa In tha drive. W. A. Parfcar, cliairman af tha canvassing toama, aak% all tha leams to maka re-perta teitlght. The driva la jjrooresalng favorably, and all tha teams report maetlng with encouraging succet* In their eanvaia of th� city, in the effort to- raise $30,000 for next y9�r'� naeda. MILADI PMOm 1224 Paris, Jan. 23.-Ah w ra.sult of an important rnid which tho Ocrnian.M made In nelBium, aftur an Intense bnm-barrlmcnt, they gained a fooling in an advanced poa'.tlon of our first lino criBt of tho town of Nlnuport," tho, war office nnnoiinces. There were Bplrltod nrtlllery actions In tho vicinity of Avocoiirt. Elsewhere tho hlsht was calm." Mrs. E. Adame and Alastor Jim bave returned from the Pacific coast. Retailers and Clerks Present Arguments to Commissioners on* Working of Factory Act Judgo Carpenter and >. O. Brown- of contention was as to whether the InB, deputy attorney general, sat as a retail stores should close or remain' ^ ^"'^ attempt should be made to legislate for both In tho same act any more than an attempt should be made to legislate for mines and railways under one act. If deemed necessary sop^ arate legislation should be passed for shops after all parties interested are heard-the retailers, retail clerks and tho public. Mr. ICeatlng-They should. Mr. Mocktord-It Is not necessary to have separate legislation. Wo have small factory population In AlbertA ns yet. Q.-Should the act be amended so as to provide for variation in night commlaaloo on the factory act In thd open on Saturday night. At a apeclal board of trade this mornftig when session to be hold during the otter- they heard the act discussed by tho noon a number of repreaeatatlyo lar- . drueKlsts or other rStallora, Petall clerks and labor or- mers of the district will give evidence, j and �l^y �WH� where |peci�? con^^^^^ ganltatlons, and when all tho evidence The con^mlasionera are very much In-; ^"^'"�^^,,fr^* ^^^^ ia. in. It appeared that th^on|^e ^^^^^^^ t^Zt^^^ ^^.^^'^J ois-t.' Separate Caa. -'-^-r-^^=r^=:=-=�-='---^jjg retail merchants this Mr. Shepherd-Tha druggists will morning that' the farnieiii ^a-J present a separate case. Iho act on Saturday evening Is vary largo should bo amended, however, so as to while tho clerks gave evldehce that serve tho pi^llc in this particular. , Try HakUva Your Own Cough Remedy Tea earn aa^a aboot ti, and h�T� |  katter temcdr thnn tba ready* muW^Und. Eaillr doae, If you comhincd tlio curative properties of every known "roadv-raade" coufrU remedy, .you would hardl.v have in them all the curative power that Ilea in thia simple "homc-njade" cougli eyrup Which takes only a, few mm-lites to prcperc. Get from any dnieirlBt 2% ounces of V'mvx (50 cents worth), pour it into a IC-oz. bottle and fill the bottia trith plain granulated sugar syrup. The total cost is about .1.5 cents and IfivcB .you 18 ounces of really better eousli syrup than you could buv rcadv-' made for $2.50. Tastes pleasant aiid sever spoils. This Pincx and siiRar syrup preparation ccta rl^lit ut the cause of a, couKh and given almost immediate Tclicf. It loosens tliu phlcnn, stops tho nasty throat tickle and iieals tlia core, jr^jtatod' a)i;iiibran);8 that lino the tilroat, chest and lironchia,! tubes, no �cntly and easily that it is really nstonishintr. A day's use will usually overcome the ordinary cough and for bronchitis, croup, whooping cousU and bronchial .asthma, it is splendid. Finex is a most valuable conecn-' tratcd compound of Ri'nuiiiu Korway t>ine extract^ and has been used for generations to break up.ecvurc couu'hn./ To avoid disappointment ask your (Iruscist for "2'/), ounces of Pihcx" with full directions, and don't accept �nvthinir else. A giiarantee of ai)soluto latisfaction or money promptly re- moat of fho farmers came to the city and shopped before noon on Saturdays. - , Jl R. Oliver opened the proceedings by reading tho memorandum passed by tho Lothbrldgo board of trade asking for Saturday night .opening of stores with a half holiday on Wednesdays as an offset. S. .7, Shepherd presented tho case for tho retail merch- Mj-. Kcatliig-Leave as at present. Mr. Mockford-No opinion. Leave It to the commission to decide. Q.-Should clause 7, subsections 1 and 2 be amended in any way? Mr. Shepherd-Not interested. y Mr. Keating-No opinion. Mr, Mockford-^Loave as at present. Q.-Should clause 7. subsection which provides for shops in which ants, Mr. Keating for the retail clerks members of the employers' own fam-and Mr. Mockford on behalf of tho; liy are employed be repealed or am-Lethbridgo Trades and Labor Couiicil. I ended? Other individual evidence was taken 'i.. ^1.:... I 'tores should be open on Saturday ev-buVcM?B;^Wn? W: � enlngs. ^Oive the act . fair trlal^st mm Positive-ConTuicing Proof the formula of Vinol to prove tht , atatcmcnta we make about it. n CodLivtrsn4S�*f VepMnei, frtaaad 'r Masfusu r�pt�MtWi ItoB n prove ihia at out expenM. There it nothlnt like Vinol to re. .:tore atrcngth ana vitality to feeble old people, delicate children and all -craona who need ffl^re atrength. Tn it. If you are not entirely eat* > >  f. v: Oaveri^ Managar BARONS. BRANCH .     ii; aiackWeDd. ^ani^kf Mr. Mockford-That is the bone of contention. The retail clerks object to the long hours of labor on Saturday and they have ia right to protest against working 12 hours. The farmers do very little shopping on Saturday evening. It it is true that the farmers come to town to do their shop ping 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 farmer*'do most of,.their biisiness also keep bpen on Satjirday eyenlngs. , The conten tion is (absurd. > " ' Q.-rSKould the act, be amended ,3o as to include .hotels serving mealii.iia weU'as restaurants? , , ' v i Mr, Shepherd-^Ndt*l�tei{ested-;'f!:;-Mr, Keating-Yes. � " ' Mr. MocKtdfd-Should be a hotels also. r. Q,-Should-tha act be extended to places of letfs.than SOOO populittlonT^ Smaller Places Mr. Shepherd-It U is to remain the law and in operation it should be extended to all places. At present the ac):. allows tor. si�r;lous discrimlnaUon. It it IS gbfd torabe �1ltl�s.It is good for.tive^to^v-.,',{^v>;"-' .Mr: keaitng-No'oplblonHo ottefr."' Mi*. Mockford^-Tiiereara SO'tpw employees atftctM in the sinsll .i6wni that if really-.doasa'ViQake muah;4Ui-terehce. - �.:';��'�- ''}'] . . 'Not-'SUiDsnM - Mr. Brownlhg'StatOil tbkt he wi^iitad it underatoQd the aet was not susMiiiilo ed while the commission la Sttiug. That rumor had got about. Mr. MocKtord declared that the pub lie would not cater more to the mail order houses it the stores close > throe hours earlier on Saturday. Mr. Mvie of tbe Taylor n>Uls. stated .that already, under the opjeratlon bt the act, he had bad employees eoree to bint on Saturday and ask narmlii-slon to go down town in the afternoon to do shopping which they oould form erly doat night. . � .^, A, Williamson ot North Lottabrtdga said his'trade Vka mostly with tha working ffltn-aBd 76 par cant of hla FOELKIN nranlf(in), Ont., Jan, 2,1.-Agairt this niorniuR I'.dO people, nearly all women, Hlornifiil tho civic coal (llstrlbutlng office. Wlicii anponled to by Cha rman ,1. II. Hjioiicn to go homo it they had cn(mi;h to carry thorn over throe or four (Itiya hut twenty per rent, ro-mainnd and thoso will bn given tho nocr!!i?avy ordo.ra after tho police havo Hiarrlu.Ml tlicir hins to make Kure that Ihoy havo no UitUlBn supply. Ncwbro's 'Herpkide Aids Nature and Keeps the Scalp Clean from Dandruff Reasonable care and efTorfc .iro all that are rcqijircd to enable, almost any woman to havo good hair. When the hair falls out and is strinpv, uneven, dry, brittle and Konorally unsightly, the condition is nearly always due to dandruff. Before the hair will grow naturally and luxuriantly, the Bcale-lilce accumulation must be lonMiniuitiT. removed �.nd tho dandruff eradicated. That ia what Newbro'a Herpicide does. It is an aid to nature. Herpicide keeps the scalp clean, adds a softness and luster to the hairwhich indicates health. It not only prevent the hair from falling out but causes it to become one of woman's greatest charms. Beautiful hair and lots of itmay l)e the reward of every woman willing to devote a little personal, effort to the use of tho First and Oriijinal Oerm-Remcdy for DandrulT.- llurpi-cide stofs itchinK of the scalp. It has an exquisite odor. You can obtain a size bottle and booklet tcUinjj all about the hair by sending ten cej^io in postage or silver to Tlie Herpicide Co., Dept. S, Detroit,-Mich. Your dRaler sells Herpicide in two sizes, 50 cents and 51.00,  and giiaranteea satisfactory results or money refunded. Insist upon having genuine Herpicide and not some ^'oJt brand" said bo "just aa good" preparation./ "rhe substitute costs you just aa much as the real article. Why take chances? - Herpicide applications obtained at the better barber shops and hair dressing parlors. mittimwrcsl. SPECIAL AGENTS-J. O. HIGINBOTHAM & CO., LTD. president, Mrs. Morris; 2nd vice-president, Miss Bawden; secretary, Mrs. Arthur Hayr; ladles' Y. M. C. A. sec- T retary, Mrs. W. H. Holt; troasurer, j ^ CLEARING SHIPS AWAY Mrs. John Craig: executive, Mea- dames Downer, Sherlock, Murray, Bur-1 ]^ nett and McKlllop. The annual re-' ^ port follows: "In presenting the an- : nual report of the Women's Civic Club T I cannot say there has been a great j f say deal done jby the said club during the year X9n. There have only been six meetings during the year and the memershlp roH has not increased, but although we do not appear to have been a very busy society yet I feel perfectly justified in stating that the club bas done a real good work at the V. M. C. A. with the ladles and children's swimtnlhg and gymnasium clasaea as the membership there has (t|nltl the present month which has dropped off owing to the cold weather) been most satisfactory, we hav-ihi; paid to the Y. M. C. A. .since April, the sum ot 1240.65. Another B^rndld piece of work done by the Civic Club was the Christmas parcel shower for our boya overseas aqd great credit Is due to Mrs. Simpson, Mrs. Craig for the way they carried out the work and their untiring efforts in that direction. Before closing my report 1 should like a special vote ot thanks to be sent to Mr. Geor^ McKlllop for the personal interest he has taken in the Ladies' Gymnasium classes."-Lillle Holt, hon. sec'y. OPENSpESLEY Will Distjuss Problems of Day ->Great Interest Being < Taken New York, Jan. 23.-But 71 ships remain to be coaled ot the 200 or more In. New York harbor which bad 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 shliia, none of consequence is being prevented from sailing for want of coal," said Mr. Parsons today. ?  ? ? EAT WIOUT FEAR f Instant Rsliefl "Rape's Diapepsin" Ends Your Stomach Troubles ...Forej/er. Wonder what upset your stomach^ which portion of the food did' the damage-do you? Well, �\on't bother. If your stomach is in revolt; if sour, gassy snd upset, and what you. Just ate has fermented into stubborn lumps;' head dizzy and Kcbea; belch gasea and acid and eructate undiges-  ted food; breath foul, tongue coated-. I Just take a little Pape'a Diapepsin and in five minutes you wonder what became' of the indigestion and distress. Millions ot men and women today know/tbat It is heedless to.have a bad �tomach. A' little Diapepsin occasionally keeps this delicate organ rcgu lated and they eat their favorite foods without fear. , If your stomach doesn't take care of SPECIAL for THURSDAY D Cak Regular price 30c, Thursday per dozen - ' - eS 15 c 606 Third Avenue S. PHONE 1627 If your food Is a damage, Instead of a help,'remember the ciuickest. aureit, most harmless relief is Pape'a Diapepsin wbloh; costs only fifty cents for a large case at drug stores. It's trdly food and seta intly and' easily astonishing.' Please, a weak, disordered Stomach; tt'e so for. your sake, don't go on and on wltli ttuuecessttry.-Advartisement. ' ed'^KThf M^S.'Fr^tVrnlSr^Vel'y^^^ libera, limit, without rebellion; ley church, was opened very ausplc-louElIy last eveui.'ig in Wesffly school room, by W. A, Buchanan, M, i'., act ing as governor-general. Strict par liamantary procedure waa adhered to ImABrfut^it'di'ae'Irte'' in the function. The pariiamf-nt 1 Srstrriiht so Jli comprised of a good number of mem [Sat^lt Is really astor here, a^nd the opening sess'oa wa- ""V?*:".,''''.'?. lirigely attended and much.iiiieres', displayed. Over ISO. spectStdrs were present Ti�e governorgenaral