Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGRTKN -THE U-TTHBRmGE OAttY I1ERALU. Tk Tho formerly it is u orse 1 nan l he BIlbjects c( Auslrj3, ho owl to Onada and leltlej in toe uorUiwest. wero bright and Intellectual and very anitous in beroffio goo.1 Canadian ell- iLeas. Ha hoped the'premier would Times' Act Ever OTTAWA. July In his irajr rlear lo do ibs right thing -o drastic "tie Vlcioosnsss oljyo-.ver It hid bean llceil up by Mr. Tines Elections act." he wid.iMaai.ri in a proved! election in imo Inslgnlflwncc tocslda mis j There rre bare breu soms reason for. the War Tima E! potions be- ii t-auie iulo during tbfc ih.l w, false and demanded a re- tract. on. war period when direct legii'aliou wal Currw Bill Cords said ihal the rules oC liie ilGESIION ID riod when direct wal ton a bnt rte reason did hold I hauiereiulrwl that he accept the at fr-ssnt. It W.B lorluMte that; statement ot Mr. Maharg on toAS inlt- rtOH before house aw-lM onlv l.r. Jl. went on to say .al.on to" out or two bMlecllons. H it wer.jwa. a and not l rlgh Hot. "rtealar traniilM bill He op- wouM Canada ever become a BntLsh, it all hi, power. countrv ,t Its foreiiu .1- It he said, showins a wrong lowed control. The mea who togUl .p-.tii to di.Irar.chiBO ot tio.. not Javor tandine aliens to the bill refused ol ibn cottiilry to pro-German rdt'e The eKorCia west wet to iiBneaccj. Irj-i'lo hrine races M Sir Hobert Borden Euid Ihal under Ihev inl-ht le assimilated. This bill j ths bill .provincial lists would be use3 refiainly would not aid in laat. Therfi i wherever available. Where uVuld be great opposition to It in lists were not available the hill would Saskatchewan. provide means fur the preparation ol "j. P. Johnsion. Last Mountain, lists. thou'ht llie Mil would work injus- Sir Hoben said that Ihe bill nafl (ice to'a sreat number or nersDni. If 1 been suhmilted to tbe liouse atter tU'e ob-ect was to build-up a united baring been Ihe fubjeci ot con- fanada 5uch a bill as was a bail! Icrencts with members ot the opposl- ste'p Some ot foreign ton in lion. Its ierras, liertfore. cannot be Saskatchewan had worked as Tjell dnr- said to hove not been a sururlse. IDE the war as native Canadians. He' salj Sir Hobert. "was n r I WAGSTAFFE'S Real Orange Marmalade All end jYff A fare in Shu Poxs. Quickly (Mined By nocHoi, P.Q. "1 sufftrtd for. toiay with A neighbor adticej me to try 1 Jid so and lo the lurprbe of my docto'i, I to Improve and lie adrtsed tna to fG oa nilh "Fruil-e-lhef. 1 consider Ihit I our my lift lo "Fruit-a-tires" ind I wMt to Kf lo those wlto sutler from Indigestion, Coniilpilion or IleioUclies try Trill gel CORTXE GAUDREAU. SQo. a box, 6 trill liie 15o. At all dealers or sent .postpaid by hultt-tiru Limited. Ottin. 0 Unusual Summer in 90 00 AD to clear at Away Below Cost, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF MIDSUMMER HATS Hanging In .price from J4.50 to JH.00. N Gcias zi from to 56.00 each. CHILDREN'S only in a feT ilays; Fancy Waitts, only a feT.lelL i A of Silk Crepe, Crepe de Chine, Chiffons anc Millnet, aMortment pf Veilings all at A huge reduction. M. McMEEKIN 318 1Hh STREET NORTH. 'ranchlBE presented to any parliament Mtrer than Ihli bill." Tbe clause In regard to womctt nat uralized by marriage, -.vhich had been criticised so and termed an ouirase. iras Iho limits of a biU passed unanimously last year the present bill vras ao outK then the house consented to-a worse outrage lasi year. "Thai was not the only bill we sival lowed last year." Mr. Miliarg s and there vcere cries ot order. Sir Hohert llordcu said Iho clause was inserted, to include alien womei who came to Caniila and acquired nat utilization by marriage, perhaps with in a The bill wis given second rc.idinj and the house wen into committee. With regard lo Ihe voters" lists. Mr Calder slated that ihe bill provided tuat Ihere were provincial Jisls no more than one year old, lliey.shouli be nccepled. Machinery was provid ed for addins to ihosfe lists the.nanie: of persons who bad qualiQcd since thi lists were compiled. Sir Sam Hughes cnggested tba soldiers should be allowed to voto iu whatever constituency luer happens lo be in at the time ot an. election They should not be compelled to cas their ballot at Ihe place ot their resi de.uce. Some soldiers .had not a per manent residence. Hon. Frank Catvell opposed this. 1 might lead lo dishonesty and injustice A' candidate desirous of winning a election, either by hones'- or dishones means; might arrange to have z larg number of soldiers moved into his con siituencF. MONDAY, JULY 7, 1910 Continued hli lihi lo n uto Iht path of orderly icetul Having retard to the necfsslty voMIng indwitrlM ulsturbJOce and a view to Iniurlni more, stible elatlODB a better uudertlandini etiveea employerj and ttoployeet, njy dvlstn Intend to aummon In Mrly uture n for trlendly and Intimate dlscoiilim ot QUfillonj ud for Ihe ronsldert- lon'ot jepett ol lie Induitrlml itlonj commluloa ol propos li therein Ainiosl the entire Cinaaim loniry now relumed to cur hore> and Ihe lajfc ol demobllUMlon hai procMded with ranch pedleucy thao it believed lo iis possible. The Tvorli ol aitistini he iflurned men In TOfatlonil ng and In upon the land hit made rapid .and.lt leved thai in this ilanda second to no countrT In vforld. The relume of legislation preient EBEalon been both comprehensive and complete. Tns meaiures resstcling loldlere' selllt ment, pensions, combinee and monop- olies, lechnlcul education, construct- on and Improvement of public health especially hy. Equally Important the Dint- ruptcy act. the measure aulhoriilni; he establishment of an air board for .he control of aeronautics and the act providing for lha operttldn of. the Can- adian National Hallways. I trust thjl these and other Impoilant meaturee which, you havo- considered and proved will be attended with marked advantage lo the public Interest. Gentlemen ot Ihe House: In the iianie o( his majesty I thank you for the liberal provision you have "made for the needs of the public.fer- vice and lor demnbilllMIon and other necessary purposes 'connected with Iho war. Honorable Gentlemen of the Sen- ale; Ucntlemcn of Ihe House 01 Com- mons: From She terrible struggle In whlcll our country has lakea notable a part, Canada emerges with, the proud consciousness that in fulfilling her duty to civilization and humanity Bhe has taken a high place among the world's nations. 'The burdens Imjjoa- by her effort in tie war are jerloua but not overwhelming. Indeed, they are insignificant compared iritli her enormous and varied En dowed with a vast heritage, we face the'future witb confidence, firm Inlouf determination to within our borders a great and prosperous nat ion-" JJOXTREAU. July deaths were reported over the wcefc-end, [GUI prrsons were injured in accidence, and three persons had a miraculous escape from death when an engine struct an auto. Driven against a fenue dnil gored by an infuriated bull at St. Luce. Wm. liroysls, 'JO, a farm-hand, was falallr injured. Tbe man was working in a yard where the hull was grazing, when the. anlma! rusbeu al him and before he could escape, pushed bfrn asainai a fence and gored him. Most Convenient Milk YOU'LL apprccialc (.he convt5n- ience of Carnation >filk. It fills all milk needs. -As all cream's uses, including whipping. As ricli and good. For drinking and for baby's bolUc. As Thin economy in cooking dilute with water to desired All these things arc possible because of iKe form in which Carnation Milk comes to-you. It is whole milk with a large pnrl of Ihf jraia evaporaled. No food Value is lost'. Bjr'noSlilig wnter you get just the Otue pure, htth milk that coma into our condcnseriei only sterilized lor safrly. Ilut because jon ndd the wp-lcr, yott'caii roaki; Carnation uay ricbnctts you desire uje it for all milk nnd crcnm uses. _ C'arnnlion Milk is just as cosy lo li'iiy as il ii lo use. Order several cnna groceries. The grocer is Ihe Camalioii -Milkman. He sells it liy the cnsc (-18 cons 16 ot. tali Directions on every con. Many a fine tested recipe you'll find in the illustrated booklet, "The Story of Car- nation Milk." Sent .free to anyone who writes lo our Aylrner office. Carnation Milk Products Co. Aylmer, Ont. Seattle and Chicago, U.S.A. Condcnscrici at Aylmer and Springfield, Onl, Canidi Pood BVil- lard-DcotpseT tlghl pictures may nercr be seen .in public. In Ohio, Bt'leaEL.lher -will not jrtaced on eshibition..' Thfe Ohio-cer.- board toaay oMidally rqlecteJ lha piclurea as "utliig unlit to be exhibit- ed In public. The probability of .Hie picrcres be p lii oiher bUttes ia bclleicd lo JcpeuJ on" wbai consiriictlon Js to be placed upon which prohibit prize fight plclurea being handled lu inttr-atate commerce, Colluiion TOLBDOr July Klchard, pro- moler of'tbo VV'Illard DeraDsey con- lest, was glren a ToLe ol confidence by the Toledo boilDR conirntsslon, which meL In special eeBBlon today to cousider charges of alltgcd Llee in Ihe ilghl made by Will a Philadelphia writer, The commission declared it did not believe Rocsp's charges find Inylled him 19 present, any evidence he ralgTH have ImmedJalcly. Hocap hinted lhat there -was collasloii between Jllck and IVJIlard. SUMMER WANTS ARE EASILY SATISFIED HERE NOVELTY BEADS Novelty Bead ia au dssort- mcot ol new It is easy to make a selection horn our bis range. They are New York's lateU Idenfi. A good aiiortmeut la Victory; Red. Everything that is DSK is hero. S4.5IT HANQBAGS FROM LITTLE OLD NEW YORK These (aro the Terr Last ivora in. style and Silk lu a ajiorUieat el slylM. Pnent Irfatnor hand purist. Red hand purees. Vanity UoiOi In nil shapes. Colors are sand, .black anil njvv. Tba Ilril. to NEW SILK SWEATERS -t THE NEW DRESSES s IN CREPE DE CHINE. GEORGETTE, PLAIN AND. FANCY SILKS Ttiese are the' last word in design ami materials. tlrecn l! nil exclusive model Uiat ceotiol he duplicated in tho city. EACH DRESS IN A DIFFERENT STYLE from anytofaE we S'afc shown before. Hand eniljroHered GtoV- gelle iu pretty unusual lleslgas. Other designs embroidered .with beadg, gold and silver thread, making modes that, arc more Lhan unusually, attractive, ilake a jiolnt to see Iheac Barmcnts. Yo'i are sure to be Interested. DAINTY NEW WASH GOODS TUB SKIRTS s More new styles bare been added -lo our already atlrACtive showlup of wash sXirls In middy clolh, BRberdliie ami noveUy Etrlped cotton suiting; cmny different, gtyies and all sizes, .Uic extra large sizes, are POPLIN SKIRTS These arc far the best Talue vre luivc shown IblB season. The colors arc brown, sand, black, navy, grey mid greun. Tlio blylea arc now anil different, from anylliiiig have shown before. Nerft lilting and well made. j CO. 1 E HOME, Julj- lias beeii' rcaloved in Florence and EOveral other cHtea where disorders bare roarSied tLe food gituOtlon. DemoTiatratloDS against the liTgti cost of living and against food profiteer- Ing have occurred 1n Milan, Letfiorne, Aleasandra antl Brescia. declared thai tnc sole' caune of recent disorders GL'Q- nomlc.'.He has appealed to the news- papers for jsnppbrt in pacifying (he radicals x ILailan Socialist organizations haVt decltletl on a general slrike for 20-31, aa a protest. against al.led iii-" fiFCAPI.FRYAIT BRUGK3, Belgium, July The body of Captain f'ryatt was lahei) last evening from the cc-ma- lierp to the provincial govern- ment building, where this morning an enoromus crowd filed past the coffin. The remains were afternoon con- veyed with all due honor to the rail- way Elation, en route to England. WILSONS FLYl PADS' Kill them ail, and the germs too. lOc a packet at Druggists, Grocers .and General Stores. The cx-Kalscr Is in Holland as a foreigner whose principal place of residence is elsewhere than. In Holland, which meanfi.-lhal he.'para only a certain proportloti'ol the tai- ntloo leTlfet! upnri Dutch lax lor the current yenf Is forty.elitht Ihousand-florlnE, about v Of this ho haa already paid florins. ol Pyorthea. Four out of five people over forty have many nn- derloTlrulsd. Loosening teeth Indl- cate Pyonhu. Bleeding; euma, too. Inflamed, bleeding gums act ai to many for disease germs to erlcr the Infeclinj the Joints or or causing other rLlImcnls.fllMEIMB! Forhan'a positively Pyor- rhea, it used In lime tued conilst- tnllv.CAiit hardecj tba (urai the teeth txcomo Brush your teeth with Forrnri'i. It clems the teeth them ivhite and clean r cl.irtuslneForhan'sanil consult and Me lubes. All DragfiltJ. LTD.. nm SI. Jtmet SI., Montreal. FORTHEGUM5 Mm Jr., of the Spearmint fame; Talks on Newspaper Advertising YOU sec hit adrarliaing In this newspippr anil nearly every other Onlly: news- Weslern-tanoda. 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