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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEX tHELETHBRlOGEpAnA' HERALD, SATURDAY, 'JULY 5, i910 OWES TO R-34 SM IN 1 AID OTTAWA. July further sup- Tlmn Election Act -Hemcntsry estimate ot HC.Wf.OOO was in n-.ovlns the second re'adms of the tabled in the house tnis morniiis. It: bill to amend the Dominion Elections 'Is io provide provisional allowances aci_ Sjr Hobert Borden said its pur- .for ihc inside and oulside senlces ot poj'o u-as to I rovide machinery by. the civil service. "To be paid to such! elections. The only machinery at persons and classes ot persons. In [p.-etont was the War Klecltons turh amounts snd at such times as act, which would continue ID force '.'the povernor In cocncil may deter-lcniy during ibe period o[ demobillza- mine." lions and as a mailer o[ policy, he Ur Clark asted it the Kovernmeal said, the Bovernmon'. isLendcd to cou. yet taken up the question of pro- j sld f r demoulllzElicn complete p'orlional representation. Sir Robert Bordfn said he was pre- pared to have a conference appointed at the next session ot parliament, v-nicl would be called In for the ratification ol the treaty. Without discussing the merits ol pro- "portional representation, there was feature ol it, he thought, should he taken into consideration and (Aat was the necessity ot a party in power .having a substantial working majority. Mr. Lemieui asked when the new parliament buildings would be occu- pied. Mr. C'arvell replied that he thoujhl the house of commons would he able 'to be occupied by the the E .sian of the new year. Nertr-Failnf Remedy for Appendicitis Indigestion, Stomach Disorders! Appendicitis arid Kidnev Stones areottcnciMcdtyGtltSlones, and mislead people until those bad attack] of Gall Stone Colic Not' one in leu Gill Safferers knoTrs what Is thetronUe. -.Marlatt'a Specific will cure TriLhorul or.oper- atlqn.1 For OaTe at all Druj- gittV by'-1: D. Hljinbothim 4- Co., Limited, X CrujjlrU, Alta. ..TOWKTO :w TV. Tnm Fruit. IF STATELY DIGNITY your choice for a monument- are ready lo submit a variety of designs.' Eethbridge Monumental" Works 8th Scirth, R. Needt on ugust 1 nejt. so far ES. .the War mes Elections act' was concerned, robably, however, all pf tte meu ould have returned belore the hold- g otfTvr by-eleclion. Tbe question then arose as to the jfOciency of the Opmlnlon Elections ct and the premier seld there were ime cogent reasons why it was not pplicable. There were no provisions r cddlug the names of women lo the st whero none existed and there were o lisls in Manitoba or Ontario. One of the amendments, therefore, ealt with the preparation ol lists here, none eitsted another mendment gnve women the right ote and to be elected to parliament. Vhere provincial llels existed and not more than one year old, would be accepted, as far as they provision was rdado far add- _._ names of those who were entitled o vole and were not on the list. Where no list was.in' existence, the machinery was two-told. There was ne provision tor tribunals In of a thousand or "more pto'ple and an" other for communities of than Dne thousand n tte rural communities It he personal registration. Registrar sit for one week "and Ibere would he courts of .revision presided over by revising officers appointed bj .he judiciary. In the urban commun lUt would be closed anil printed, bnl in the rural- communitie. 'he lists would be prepared by enum erators. These would not he final ani woald serve merely as a guide.- Per sons might hnvo their names acceple on election day by taking, tie oath o qualification. J. H. Sinclair asked if an applican who .was refused by an enumerator came to the poll on election day and toot the oath would be given the ballot. The premier slid he would. He said that there was provision lor limita- tion of franchise with regard to wom- en. It'vas proposed to ezclude wom- en.who claimed naturalization other than personal nationalization, unless born on the North American conlnt int. McKenzie slated thai cue of. he worst blows eve.- this country ri- ceived was the franchise .act under ;hich tbe election of 1917 WBLS fought. He said' the system 'was introduced hen wocked crookedly, i He himself was but anolher'aad-a different "list was giveu to the relurn- officers'. -The good list was given io "slcep_and j'eople.. ivenl. ld_the.polls..they .toond :henr-name5 lelt off. He described It is "miserable trickery." -The-leader of-the opposition .hoped .hat. men would not be given the pow er to -Juggle with tho rights of the people and he hoped also that the of- icials appointed would not be of such a class as would tamper with the elec- tion lists. There was tlronff criticism of the clause which declares that for the" pur- pose ol the rrannhise the natlonality ot a person, as It-was at1 the birth of such person "shall be deemed incap able of being'changed'or "of' having been changed, merely by reason or consequence of change of. allegiance or naturalization of any other person or otherwise than by naturalization, Stlch .firat-incnlioned person." is made, however, in the case of women bora on the North" Am eric'an continent, .i Mr.'While ol Victoria, Alberta, said 19 St. Rose St., Montreal. "I TOting you to tell you Umt I my life lo 'FruU-a-tives'. ThLi medicine ivlieveol me ivhca I had given up bopu of .over being well. I was a terrible sufferer from. suffered Tor years; nothing I look did me any good.- I read about and tried them'. After fating a fao bojrts, I am now er.linly Tctll. Ton have my permission to publish thu letter, AS I hope it will persuade, other sufferers from Dyspepsia to Late'Pruil-a-tives1 and got HOSDfA FOISIZ. "Fruil-a-lives" U iue only medicinfl In the world made from fruit. 50c. a, 25c. At all dealers or cent postpaid on receipt of prico by Fruit-a.tjvea Limited, Oiunrx, I ___________ July out of fuel after her long run from East Forlune, Scotland, the Brltlth dirigible R-34 aaked the navy depart- ment this afternoon whether dtslroy- ers were belni tent to her assistance, The wai received l.SO P. M., aod when tenl, the R-31 BtlH its over Nova Scotia. The message lollops: "Signals Blroni; posiHon N. courw-. southwest Run- ning out of fuel after flight Irom Brit- ain. Please Ull me It your deitroyers aro coming. (Signed) "Commanding OSlcer R-34' The message came' by way of Part- ridge ItlinO, X. B.. and raid: "BrilUb air ship R-34't pos noon 7oih Meridian time lalltVido N. longitude W. Coune, south- west, true.. Speed 20 knotf. Standing doirli coast of -N'ew Drunswi'rX' and Maine. Petrol running sborL Tltase I have deslrorers meet us at earliest pussible_njoment." This message was teal to the bj- radio from tho OllercJiffe stitlon at p.m.: "U. S. S. Satlllo left Cross Island, Maine, at p.m. to asslit you. Two destroyers leaving Boston will communicate with you. (Signed) "Bureau of Operations." The position jlven by R-34 shows her lo be.over Mlnas Basin, a branch of the Bay of Fundy on tha northwest i coast of Nova Scolia. The' position Is much farther norlb and west lhan uaval officials baJ thought hc-r to be. The Indicated course of the K-34 would lake her out of the course ol der the dirigible, late today by LleuL-Ool. LVJMS, British admiralty representative here. Personnel and material wailing at (or laslructons from you. Ad- vlie If you desire base elsewhere. Keep me Informed ol your morc- menU." tbe clause would disfranchise a thous- and women relatives of soldiers among the Scandinavian population of. Al- Berla. 'He gave instances of the op- eration of the War Time Elections act, declaring that mothers arid sis- lers of soldiers who" were ot foreign birth Lad -ueen cut bE tse ElEctc-ra! lists. called oat some members of tho opposition. Mr. White said in .tho west tbey BLUE TEA Ordinary teas are often thin and watery or sometimes bitter. Ribbon is always full flavored and fragrant and its color is rich and clear. Try It. wanted to EO back lo tbe old free Can- ada. x It-there were people or alien under her own power, birth who were not loyal then they over Maitlaud, JIanis ei Ihe naval concerted yacht Satlllo which led Cross Islana at p.m. Tbe navy conTerled yacht Satlllo sailed this afternoon from JIacbias Day, Elaine, to. the asilstance ot the R-34. It Is thought that she will come up wllh Ihe dirlglile about 6 o'clock. The cruisers Kalka and nellard are being made ready al the Boston nary varj and will proceed to the'Bay ot Fundy il they can get under Tvav.'in time to be of assistance. N- 8. People See Her ._ HALIFAX. N- S., July A wire- less message received by naval of- ficers, time o'clock, sUtes that EbD'was still proceeding on her -way She pasaed at Two Dtad and Two Seriously Near St. Boniface 'WINNIPEG, July LieriOHB are snd two others, one n child, are seriously injured aa a result of an accident Ust night when a Cana- dian Pacific, excursion train running to Winnipeg crashed Into and dc mollshed a stallud automobile. The dead are: Mrs, Kerroach. SL Bonitace- Lorenzo Creyko. Winnipeg. Seriously Injured: Miss Olga R. Ivfrs, niby Amy Kerroacb, daughter of the ?-bman vJcUm. .witnesses slated that the. Oc- cupants of the automobile made' fran tic' efforts to attract tho attention ol the. engineer but their signals were not Been In time to avoid the trag- edy. should get rid of them, but if they were good cilliens, "lei us have one law for all." He said that in .1911, Sir Hoterl Bordcn was elected under a free fran- chise and he appealed'to him to give once more' a' free Canada and bring rom the throne: yet it was brought oh he last day ot the session. 'He could not understand why there in the bill repealing the dis- graceful War. Times -Elecllons act ani them hack, condliiona as be [ound when he was to oEc'e. Mr. Sinclair said this was legiS- this afternoon', for the basin ot Minas, according to advices receiv- ed tiis.attemopn. The people o[ JlaUland say that-the figures on Ihe ,11-34 were plainly dis- tinguishable. Maltland Is only .50 miles northwest of Halifax and ily pO is'slti :ualed near the head of IUB basiri'of tritu.- that was promised in the speech tary ot the Bay of-Fundy. S hey should-bave. a.sJHtemeul'rrGii] the premier declaring1 would lot be.resorted to again.1 ..Dr. Clatk.EaiU UratTdisfranchissment of certain-women was" a blunder of Ihe work cf'conscription. He thought it was paltry. J i eminent had done big things ID the war and should be prepared lo do big hings in the period of reconstruction. The clause was unjust 'on tie face' of il. It amounted lo an act o[ de- naturalization. Dr. could see nothing to defend Ihe clause. REAR ADMIRAL HALSEY CODING PRINCE OTTAWA, July Kicellency the Governor-General has'received a communication from the secretary of state tor the colonies to tho effect that near-Admiral Sir Lionel .Hplscy, K. C. .M. G., appointed chief of staff to Ills Tlcyal Highness the Prlncs of Wales, In place of the Mar- quis ol Salisbury, for his royal high- ness' visit to Canada. Bucks Strong Held Wind HALIFAX, N. S4-July passing between and H- M. S Cumberland this intercept ed here the 'French cruiser Sorome has proceeded lo the entrance of the Day of Pundy lo ren dcr assistance to dirigible In casj ot need. The Cumberland told the R-34 that tue Sornme could reach he, position more quickly ten could thi goy-JBrltlil cruiser. At o'clock, the H-34 was in dir cl communication with tte wirelas ation at Bar Harbor, Maine. The Tt-34 in a wireless message ti aval officers states that she Is we] n her way down the Bay of Fundy ugging the coast, tb nd dastlnn T.loim, I'tucin Tn dtMuu Cniknri Description Had travelled miles yet was prso, tically good BS new, Only sligtylX worn-- in centre of tread; Valued by its owner1; for its wear-resist-.'; ing qualities Ilyou judioitirebfttn. milcije il lives, equip your cat. to-day with art fMmt ti< Ihilr nami. THt THAP1N TO ALBERTA, Ittt CHAT-IN. UJ., Refreshments For North Lethbridge People Ice Cream Dishes, Cool Drinks, nicely served. A conl place to cool off !r- the .-.ficrncolis or emu- inns. Reaf Home Made Bread, Cakes and Pasrry.'delivered. TO have ours onco Is to wont tlicrt: nh-nya, NORH LETHBRIirGE BAKERY ;