Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
U'EDXKSDAV, 2, mi'; i IMU.V I'iiinks Money is Ileing Spent Kecklessly- Uuiliva.v lllll is Up Again OTTAWA. Reid. (er of rallwaya, lu the morning Introduced lie re Epecltag (he elec.ric and power com panics. The bill is a. stqael '.u rc'ceoi'fJgbi in couiiecllQii wllli the consolidated railway bill ovor the r'gbt of to control tholr Flreeta. Tho bill, Dr. an Id, would em- body clause 374 of tho consolidated railway bill (tho disputed clause) and would Includg a Clause to slrite out lite vrorc.3 "comnensQtlon 1C any" In the telepnono clnusa ot tbe railway WI1. Mr. McXanzle asked If llie depart- ment of pulillo health Lad rat been organized and who iris to ba Ihe roJn- Istor. Sir Robert Hordon replied that the department, had not yet been organ- ised but that sUpe wore being takou for Lbut purpose, Third, reading was glvcu lo bill to amend criminal codp. I yAcl Again The Louse veal on ilm act ihe Grain act. Hon. A. K. introduced an Amendment to (ho clause Jn regard to provides that ele- vators mny Uko; not more than ono quarter of orie per cent of the groaa nruoimt received In, the elevator duir- 3og Ibe crop The cJnujsq fo'rjijprly allowed one half of one per cent lo Die olovalors, T.ie amendment ivaa carried. Tbo bill >vas reported and ElTflii Iblrd reajing. j Second reading given to a bill to consolidate and amend tha Ottawa improvement cornaifBaion act, and the commons vent into committee oa this biil. Hon. Frank Carvell said be bad a bnnl Job convincing blmscir tbat tbe dwed the city anjthlng. Ottawa -would slIH be a lown II it Mere not for Lho eorarnniejiL. comes down to said Jlr. Carrell: "EvcTj- Glliiog iu Ollawa draws [sohieLJiipg directly from the govern- nicnL and now wants lo draw sorao UiiriE infilrecUy.- The bill was reported and read z third time. Clark 'Opens Highways Bill The bouse then tnok up the liifb- ward bill. Clerk of Red Deer protested agulQst the bill oa (he round Ibr-.l eccordlue lu it ag a breach cl tbe constUulloix. lie pretested against It ID Ibe eecond CajQitttutloii. It was unparaUeled md because hciog a breach in tho cipenditure of uubllc money. Money was flung lie re and fcy n.Uliuns and (ens of mllllODs and the minister had to put a bill tbrough to bonow another hundred milllooi- There was also u plan In-- xnoUwT domestic loan In Tall. "Let me lell the Dr. Clark declare, "that Ihere are cill- teas of this cogutrf who are liroat- to refuse to aubs.ribe lo Ibe loaa because tntiy do cot consider the goverament fit to handle tbe muaey raised under lite loan." Mr. DaYldirm of Auiiarwlla 01 press- ed Ejmpsitby with Lhe Ttawn ot Dr, Mr. McMuter regarded the bill as nolhlug aiora (ban B, program for Joy He declared tbat as Mr tbe west MBS concerned it -wanted railways mote tbao Lfghways. Dr. mid ibflt lio It Ibe duty uf the government to assist lu Ihe building of good roodi. With regard lo Dr. CI or ft declarm- llou that tho bill was tmcunsLsiultonal he said no objection bad been mads by the gentleman to the gar e ra- ins nt making grants lo Ilia provinces for agricultural purposes. 5le could see nothlBg UDCODStHullooaJ Jn the proposition, tlo was nol trylns to force tbe bill tbiough unless tbe pub- lic favored it. LIMITING Rules Governing Conical To- morrow WiU lie Interpret- ed This Afternoon TOLEDO, July gev- erntng heavyweight contest be- tween Jess Wlllard and Jack In RlcXani't 000 trcnft hcrt tomorrow ara to be off.clnhly Interpreted at (ng today by OHIe Pt- cort, the Rlckard ind Major A. J. Blddle, Judges of the contest; the boxen themtelvei, and Jftck Kearni, maiUBCp rf the chsllengcr, Previous to the meetino WI Hard CKpreM-id hlmcelf AC being will- Ing to box under any rules, but that contestant! be permitted to box at long at an is free, to farenk once at command of the referee to break Rlckard he unJeri'.aod that itnlflht Mirqult of Queentberry rulei would ap- ply, the boxers to take cere of it all times. Betting on the outcome of the bout has proved jurprlsinsly light io date, notwithstanding the gath- ering of (houtands of prospective bitten. Governnteni Still Considerinx- House Had Busy Morning Session CALGARY, July the "red flag" literature seized by tLe Il.NAV. il.P. IQ ilie raids already has been forwarded lo Winnipeg, according Lo statement given out (Ms morn- ing nl heaJtiuarlere. The game action has been taken other such liter- ature seized In raid3 at different Cana- dian cities. The literature anil documents will be made use of In. the trial oC the soriDl agllalore who were arrested nt Winnipeg- Sir Arthur Newjholme told the of Medicine at Tprotito tlint alcoholism was a polent enemy of the human race. STADIUM, July The Untied Slates won the 1600- metre relay race in the inler-allied games here lodny. Tlio AuslraJjan team was second and the French team (bird. The time was 3 miauled and 20 4-5 seconds. Yank Sculler Won HEXLI3Y. July Paul With- Ington, ot the American army, de loalea Col. E. L. Balier, ot Great Brl- laiD. lu lie Kings wood B culls on the. Henley course today. -Mifar WlUongloD TV'on "by three IcnglCE. The Line ivas 9 minutes auO 2S seconds. THIS WEEK END AT SIMPSONS Ready-to-Wear or Sumrri.er Piece Goods before seeing how well we can you, and how much cash ydu-oan save by buying at this store. 25 Per Cent off Suits Save from to on or Wool Poplin Suits. 20 Per Cent off Skirts 'Save dollars on .Serge, Silk, Poplin or Wash Skirts. Nothing re- 20 Per Cent of Wash Suits Little Boys' Wash Suits, sizes 2 to 6 years, all going at a discount. 20 Per Cent off Dresses 'Save or on Serge, Silk or Dresses at this sale. 2Q Per Cent off Muslin Underwear SaVe money on Underskirts, Corset .Covers, Envelope Combinations. Night Dresses and Drawers. 25 Per Cent off Girls' 6 Fancy Hats Trimmed Hats of straw and.silk; a- sample lot; save 25c- pri the dollar. Boys' Shirts and Blouses lOPtr Cent Off 'All !lno Blouses, Shirt alntB iind fechool SMrts 'learioK ft discount o[ 10 Per Cent 20 Per Cent Off VOILES, MUSLINS, WASH SILKS, COTTON SUITINGS SKIRTINGS, MIDDY CLOTHS 13IR stocks .16 Bfllect from; all freeh and Tiew. 20 Per Cent Off Sunshades and Umbrellas 20 Per Cent Off y Finer-Silk Sunnlinrle-, all and big assortment of liandles, all golng.tt'a dli- counl of 20 Per Cent 10 Per Cent off Ladies' Blouses Voile, Crcpo do Chine, Ilnbutl and Snlln tho teat .laiorted stock In the clly, nil now Hock ill a discount til 10 Per Cent 10 Per Cent off Hosiery, Glover and Corsets: Silk Hosiery, -Llsto Hoslcir and'Collon Hos- iery (or wornta and children; Sill! .Cloves, .Klrt Gloves and Chatnofsclle qldres; Frinl Coracta, Back Lacing Curseta, aad 'style 'and quality, all at: ft discount ot lOPeVCent MAKE NO MISTAKE, THE DISCOUNTS ARE GENUINE ON GOODS .THAT ARE DEPENDABLE, AND SPLENDID VALUES AT OUR REGULAR ;'PRICES.'" r THE SIMPSON CO, LIMITED OTTAWA. A tablet to the iiiiory ol Lleul.-CoI. llaker, fornier- y niember (or Brume, who was killed t. thfi front, wIU be placed in an al- core to Ihe right ot the St. Andrew's D the liouae of commoos. A report of a joint committee ot >oth to this effect was sub- ul '.I fed (o the house this moraine by ir Herbert Ames. Sir Ilerterl moved concurrence la Ihe report and Is motion waa carried without dlvl- loa. IQ fiuoiniUlQg the euppleuieulary es- imatea, Str Thomas White Intimated bat he would bare a further estimate o lay before Ihe house, probably to- morrow, in connection wlih civil ser- Ico salaries. .Mr. Cronyn moved concurrence in tie report of tlie special committee n scientific Tesearch tabled yester- ay. Dr. Allr4d Thompson, in seconding be adoption of the report, said Lhat he establishment of aa inBlituto for clenlific and industrial research had ieen Indorsed by Ihe Canadian Manu- acturers1 Association, Ihe Hoyal Can- adian Institute and the Trades and Congress, Ue stated thai the eallons of Louis Pasteur alone bcse lines .had saved France an amount, equal to that required to pay the indemnity demanded by the Ger- mans In the TVnr of The report was adopted. Hate Betting Ban Still On Mr. McKcJizie'refcrrcd to advertise- ments iliat horse racing, with to be resuiuod In Canada on fiily ,15. He asked If tho government glvou Its perralbEioii. Sir Robert Horden replied that ap plications had faeon mndc (o the gov- ernment Cor modification of the or Icrs-ln-council prohibiting race track uttting. lie personally had received a delegation on the suhiecl. The ap- plications irerc considered and the delegations informed that no change or modifications bo made in ordere-in-council. No Flxed'Wheat McCoiE asked if had been done regarding, fixing the price of wheat. Sir Iloberl replied thai the govern- ment had given a great deal or corv slderation Lo the question end to Qneslicns inllnjately associated with It Up to the present time tha ernnient had not Voached the conclu- (o iix H-heatrprices for this year. Boird- Commerce 'Mr. Melghen then moved reading oC bfa bill to establish e. boanl o[ .commerce. The board, he said, -would be established along the lines of the railway commission. The pow- sra would be parallel Lo those of tha railway hoard. -Instead of six -mem hers, Ihe railway com mlssfon, the ol commsTCQ w conEist of three- TJje purpose of the, board would be. to ndininlster Lhe Combines and Fair Prices Act already before Ihe house. It was generally recognized tha the federal authorities should do something lo conlrol what TOS com monly known as profiteering. The boarfi of commerce Tould be empow ered to lay down ruloe and principles In regard to combines, fair prices and co forth. Prohibition of Uiose rulei once they were made toe order the board would. conBtllule an o! fence, and bV punishable. Reduce the Tariff Dr. Clark thought that tha way to deal Tvllh Lhe coit of living was by reduction ot tha LariK. TUo UnlUd Stales bad had a board of commerce: ml the cost of living vras not lowc n.lhe United' Stnles on account o ts board, bill on account of Us I owe nrfff. Under: the 'Underwood Laril '0 pur. cent, of good 5 oniarud th Jnlled Slates free of duty. The flaance mlnlsler; snld Dr. Clark Lold Lhe feople Of Canada to praclfc lip profiling by hi own advice. The Canadian la'rJff, h 'was- a'TJidnatroslLy "when com IhaVpI 'tbe and-Vwaa' reaponsiblS' for -a. large par f- the (rouble In th ;H, gteveng.- stated Lhat one o of the hoard ,.whic bill would crcate'-'wag to deal with coat of Thij .whole as cryftg out for acllou by .h0 along: this line. P- McKenzlfe Lhal the op- pbsltlorfT' had ;bcijri aoVvpcattng a step similar lo this Stef'.slnce tho begin- ning of tbe war, -were. always ipld, however, .lhat .nothing could be done. 1C the bill' would help'ln lower- ing the cost of living and break exist- ing combine} 1C should be pasacd. There were combines at present in Can a rtft fixing and legitimate competition practically dead. He aald he was In accord with the ytewa expressed -by Dr.: Clark. SUMMER WEARABLES No matter what you want, you will find al! the newest novelties here, attrac- tively made in smart materials, Just the thing for vacation wear; slylish, com- fortable, light and cool, and priced moderately. WASH DRESSES are by the sauis ivell- known stylo from whom our Ian aKjvneaL eecured. The, stylea and inatPj-ULs are all Just a little different from ony we have shown. The values and appearance are all thai one tould wish for. A number of pleJslng slyles In fancy plaid ginghams 89 well. J6.50, PRINTED GEORGETTE Now Printed Georgette Crepe. This 13 the new material lor dresses combined .with silk; suitable for DorelEy blousej, In shade? of (an, blue, 'or black with yrlntcd design TU wbtlc; 40 Inches wide at yard NEW WASH SHIRTS TODAY CHILDREN'S HOSE 60c .fe.........60c CHILDREN'S SOX Children's eumiaer sox In while with pink or blue border or eolld colors in tan or blue- also plain white; sites to Priced, from 40c to Per pair BOYS' HOSE Eslra heavy ribbed cotton hose m a Quality made for boys' wear. These are no Led for their hard wearing qualities, all sizes from C Lo per pair BLACK HOSE Children's black ribbed cotton hose in good medium weight; good color and good, fltticff all sizes; one price JA CHILDREN'S TAN HOSE Tan ribbed hose for children's wear. These aro In a good solid color and good fioiah; sizes 5 lo rip Per pair DC COTTON HOSE Children's wliUo or black cotton hose, made to give good hard wear, la (me ribbed styles. All tho wanted "Cft Priced from -ISc'to DUC CHILDREN'S HOSE Jiercerised black or lisle hose in ono anil one ribbed; style; a splendid fitting: and good wearing line; sizes to 10; at par pair............, ODC LADIES' HOSE SILK HOSIERY Our special black silk Tioso for wear with ribbed top; an eilra value. These sire wear and made from pood quality of sllfe; all sizes from lo 10 j-A at per pair------................. COTTON HOSE Black or iwhHe cotton hose iu Rood qual- ity Tor ordinary UaC. These wash well and retain their shape. Sizes lo 10; J n Very epeclai, pair .TtUC COLORED SILK HOSE Ladies' colored silk hose !u pink, pale blue, brown, black or while, lull fashioned. These aro wonderful value wheu nr you consider (he price; pair..... LADIES' LISLE HOSE. A specie] lino ol black lisle hose in the oulslzc; full fashioned snd good solid black dye; all Lbo wanted sizes Qrv and only per pait................ VENUS SILK HOSE Iijado from pure thread silk, [nil fashion-' ed. These come in navy, Russian calf, white or black; aU sizes: Tfleee aze eitra AA at per LADIES'HOSE J: black or while hose in mercerised, These come in light weight' loV "-summer .wear, Madejwith ribbed topj'all at per O5C CORRECT DRESS FOR WOMEJf WEEK-END SPECIALS CORSETS Final clearance o[ the ofld pairs ut corsels. These are all made, well Irimmed anrt Kood fitting'styles. Nol more Ihau lifly pair in the lot. Kot a. less (ban Some wortt o An Week-End, Sale..................... 6.WU WHITE HUCK TOWEL1.1NC, 300 j-ards o; good quality while buck lowol' IlnB. The Is IS luches. The value 13 the best, but oiir pries for IhiB week will liiake it witliin (be reach or O Week-Bud snle IOC WHITE COTTON 36 Incli pure bleftched -while colton, freo from drDssJny or JilJlng1 nnd medium weight. It's old time ralue and old Lime price, Regular 30c; iUC WHITE RANNELETTE A.week-end flurry in pure irblle flannelelle1 111 at is bCEt quility and 'it Is 25. in- 'rtea.Ttlle and eisflr Torth Ht-fari; oft Week-Eni par yard SHEETING' MO pura bleicitd cotton suitable tor single bads, It la ,63-; wide and from draablflR, or- Ing. It 16 75c Week-Bnd Sale per yart VOILE WAI5TS' '100 only white TOlla mlits in MMrtrt sizes and styles. These are all raoda Jroip'-iiay finest quality oC Imported with lace and InsorUon; soora.'.wlth ered fronts in attractive sin it Mo 44. Regular j Sals THE STORE WITH THE VALUES HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS RYLANDS PHONE 1251 PROMPT DELIVERY Since Limited to' 11 I'er Cent Not Sure Of It July Jacques RurcRU askeH the prlmo mlnlslor-aL live afternoon Bllllnp II he would ilfacunsloti of tlio' net lo constitute' 11 MarJ bt corMMIM'for Cniiaila.in' tier thai memlicra or Ilie opposition rbliht liare time to nunias Hie bill, lie BlalcJ that It would haiUa pro ireii on the bill If thh were done. The membera of the opposition would, he said, be willing to dUcuss It and the new combines bill at the same time if given aa onportunlly lo study trie measurer Mr. McKenzle sueccslcil thai de- bato might be adjourned until the ercnlng slltliip, and Sir Robert Harden coiucnlcij to thli. Sir lloueit Eordon then moved Iho message from the senate with re- gard lo the amendment to the pro- hibition bill be placed upon the orders of tha day for consideration today. The motion carried. The house then went Into committee on estimates of the department of finance. PJckcra" Mr. Cahill aakod how much money burl beer.collected from tho packer! In Uxatlbn. _ ,-V, Sir Thomas replied that under the business profits war Ihe three UilC .nnd. '191 f? Wil- liam IMtlea 'rJo'inpany. iHbe hod. paid the ortcr In council limit-. packers profits loll' per cent came'Into cficcl fil Iho 1911- Tlie 3pqs.f 191S, alllioi'ijii !l wai not generally was a year in which the diadc very little money. Asgeaacncnls were now coder. consid- eration but under tie builneia proflls war tax and under the order-ln-cotm- cll. So far 03 the bad gone II did not appear that the pack- ers were liable Lo laiatlon, under the order jn council, but they were llahle under (he business prorUa war tax. ]t was yet to be, shown that they had matte an amount in 1918 In excess of 11 per cent provided by Ihe order In orders. Years In which, packers mado money were ISIS, 1916 and 1917; Mr. Cahill asked 11 It had-nol Wen nhown before tho cnst ot Hying com- mittee that somo packers, had high as 48 par cent.f be strange In view of tho fact th'it the pickers were not 'allowed to! retain 6re Ihfln 11. per cent. t .'_-. TACOMA. WANTS.-. uy.-e .f coma geneWl font a Teijucsi lo.afl its council for a. generRl strike of all tinloii labor here as a demonstration In -favor .of Thomas J, Mooney. The strike tall saiia.the Korkefa lo go_outjjgr (lye days, beglrlnljif July 1, July- .sarlr Mt- llement of the streel car strike Is now consldcre'd A cling; at., the rwjuect of-. Oenvral Maniger ;R. C. Hanis, Joseph, bonV" to par flw Ticfsasid. rtte recornfojp'ded hy, Soarifof gandlsts anil lo 'be rcsleil la Mcilco, and JfiiJjifWk. lo 'ettl.a lings on this'