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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDXKSDAY, JULY LETHBHinGK DAILY HKUALU PAGE FIVE FI10M FllOKT. J'AOB) 'JJOOIO.O OAVl It! O] JJIIKfl OS 01 UOUt Mnnnsor Wilsn -will he iililc to leave for CalKary this Still Chaos at Fertile Ferule, B. C., July iu expectations liist niKlil the coke oven nlon not Jio to work unil thu mill- erH who went to the train for Coal Creek thin morning returned homo ho- caiiKo the drivers) rel'UHed to go to work. This aetion throws everything tllio fllaos again. Still Dissatisfied Ferule, .Inly to the Her- National Ubernl ad- visory council which Bill here for the host part of three days.concluded UH sittings with MIC announcement that a Dominion iJberal convention will likely bo convened before the next, general election. It will probably bo held shortly after the close of tbe next session of parliament at tins no- minion capital. It was intimated that which will prevent a from the outstil, llii'y did mo held is the holding fter the first bo.v, I felt I was gift well and I trulht'ully say that s" ia tlic only medicine that helped LOUIS a box, (i trial At.ill dealcrsorsfiiit postpaid by Pruit- The stories thai went xpndures Uon JMt undur.lhu chairman- j after til goiiiy to work. The miners toy off ship of Hon. 8. Fielding Felt Wretched Unii! He Started .091 ClIAMl'I.AlS ST., MoNTJliUIj.t "For two ytutrs, I was a niisorablo sufl'eicr from Rheumatism and Stomach Trouble. J frequent Dizzy ami wlicn 1 took food, 1'elt wretched and i sull'crt'd from Rheu- matism dreadfully, with pains in, my. back and joints, and my hands swollen. nd a-.lvi.sijd ''Fruit-a-tivcs" and the day of a funeral, and they did so this afternoon, but the attempt, to explain'tiie action of yesterday _morn- Ing on the above statements, does not explain. No satisfactory e.xplanatio in HUM. n, o. rtuimnh urnier me cmmman- on problems of finances and taxation of Jacobs, K.I'.. Montreal, thorough review of the whole system of national expeditures with a view in cutting down waste and ex reported in favor of :i Dominion bank- ruptcy law following the precedent of ery other country outside of ncary eery oe counry ouse o distributing taxation, Canada and also rocommeniUiig South Alberta to (CONTINUED KHONT PAGE) rafscTho money set against Mielr ter- ritories and even exceed it. The changes made In the; n-i-onnnendathmy of tlio central committee WUB Unit Lethbrldpe was reduced from to and iModiciiu; Hat increased from to Tin- assess- meat, by'constituencies, is as follows: The Assessment Constituency Amount. Acydla Uon- VHljpy Calgary 'Oiirdstou Claresbolm Cocbranc Coronation Uidsbury ...........S .j.OOO 7.0110 Hand Hills Illpll Illvor nnisfail Little How Lcthbridge Alacleod Medicine Hat Naiilori Okotoks Olds Pinchcr Creek Hedcllff Ited Deer Itocky Mountain Stettier Tabor Warner The Best Fun in the World CAMPING vote, but strange to say. it is hero !lim that tbe tirst decisive action against cinmeiu- Rural Credits and Banking of old age and mothers' pensions and lalional insurance as soon as practic- gtenders tor securing me uupuui tui ihle against sickness and unemploy- settlement and development purposes.' safeguards tho govennm.'-.. provided. Tiie whole question will be further sludiert-and an adi-iiuato na- tional policy in rsptinl io nickel wilt ho announced later on by Sir Wilfrid Laurler. The Practical Way "Tlifi resolutions adopted with regard to rural credits and banking point out lhat there were three practical ways of solving the problem of giving great- er facilities to farmers and home- steaders for securing the capital for nnent purposes.' there could be continuing work dEieloned. At no Rural Credits and Banking ment. jn the first place there could other place. BO far as learned, has any I, "A commit! cc on rural _ credits and ..A comniiUee OI1 publicity, under Wictly co-operative enmpanips or banking under the rnairmansmp oi nr Ato-vnmtm- Rmitii .iriiimiiod nr Hm such action been taken, though the vote was very generally against tho proposition. President Graham st John Bnin of Ottawa, recommended- A conmmiee on puonciiy, miner Banking under the chairmanship oi tbe chairmanship of Alexander Smith, Ottawa, made a number of recommen- dations as to the best methods of pro- moting publicity. "A committee on railway and trans- portation problems, under the chair- j the establishment of a 'Dominion-wide U1. giu.v lu mm.! int. oiicnuuih on i iinra B bio for im ustria onerat ons throush n> ].inil rvnre-P p rrihsim dav, and .Manager 'Wilson also expects o niansnip oi uon. ueorge i Liraiitim, tn'bP it thp mpptlni? banks lo tlinso eiigagrtl in nmnu-: a general report outlining io. ue at me meeting factnre, transportation and commerce. lhc which have to be met. In this connection, a. resolution was ln vlew of the however. that the 'jiasacd by tho council approving of j mya, commission appointed by tho the principle of empowering provincial jKOVeniment will not make :my report to, be at the meeting, A notice stating that the mines would1 be open tonight for the reg- ular shift was jjosled early this afier- noou and it is expected that the miners will all be back by tbe morning shift and that work will RO as usual while the matter of a bonus is re- opened at thr; Calgary meeting. .Major Walker and-U M. KlHs, the latter of thtj Natural Resources ile- part'incnt of the C. P .R., Calga crnitiag expedition for .volunteers in tlie liBttalioiif the ot which Col. Smythn M.P., i to he commander. to issue bond's against long term mortgages of land repayable on the amortization principle. Returned Soldiers "A committee on tne of re turned soldiers, under' the chairman- ship of II. U. McGivcn.-ex-M.P., Otta- wa rccomnuMidocl :i federal board ot! arrlvcil m town, this morning on a re- men wUh Jlgcnts at vflrioUB crintnu exiiGditlon for 1 ceiitres throughout the Dominion, hav- power to'administer the provisions .lie pension act, and supervision over the suitable re-employment of soldiers after the. war is over; also The funeral of the young Austrian, Steve Anflrycryk, who was killud in Number One nine South inst Sat t special preference should 'be giv- to returned soldiers in filling posi- "ii-.. .mill., ui'-iiu O.IL- i iu luiuuteu Huiiuuib in minis IJUHI- rday night, took place this afternoo i tions in the civil service, and also for from the Church of tbe Holy Family free industrial and technical educa- and was well attended. tion to tho returned men anxious to i-e-enter the industrial life of the coun- By the death of Mrs. 0. D. Gilchrist Technical Education which occurred in her 91at year, din- "A committee on technical educa- ton loses one of its oldest and most tion, under the chairmanship of Hon. lighly respected citizens. L. Mackenzie-King, nresented a on this subject until the next session of parliament, the council decided to wait until the daia secured by that commission and its recommendations are presented to recommending 11U..W. "Before the council adjourned, a special committee was appointed to study and report at the next meeting upon the question of adopting pro- portional representation in' Canada. This committee consists of Hon. Raoul Dfindurand, A. R. McAIaster, K.C., anjl S. W. Jacobs, K.C., all of Montreal. The Nickel Industry "The council also discussed at some length the question of more adequate control and development or Canada's nickel resources especially with a view to preventing their being made use of by the enemy. It was agreed that the present conditions develop- ing whereby Germany by moans of her merchant submarines can take nickel cargoes out of tbe United sociations with unlimited, or limited liability. In the second place, strictly govern- mental assistance, might be granted through the medium of establishing provincial banks with land mortgage features. j Thirdly, prevision might be made through legislation for co-operative credit associations with initial govern- ment guarantees under some adequate supervision. It was recommended that tbe best solution would be found in the establish ment of provincial banks with power to issue long-term loans on bonds redeemable on the amortiza- "KAMP KOOTENAIE" Sentry, Crow's Nest Pass JULY 31 to AUGUST 12 1916 Entire Expense of Trip Boys Under 17, Seniors? for domestic purposes. Free wheat, free agricultural implements, free flour and customs taxation so adjust- ed as to bear more equitably upon tbe general consumer for which the party has put itself on record during the last three sessions will be adhered Soldiers' Welfare The resolution of soldiers' welfare was as follows: i. That the system of pensions adopted by the resolution of the house of commons .May lit last, should be carried out In every particular. 2. That Canada's obligations lo re- 3 parliament before [tion principle. pointed out that jy definite policy. receiving -consideration by the char- tered banks of Canada and that pos- sibly the situation could be met in part at least, by'allowing these, banlis to issue short term loans on land se- curity. The committee was asked to conUniio its study of the subject and to report again at the next meeting of the council. Tariff Policy "On the subject of taxation, and financial policy, the members of the council were agreed that the stand taken by the party in parliament dur- ing the last two sessions was along tbe right line. The council expressed itself as wholly opposed to the doc- trine of having protection, especially under the guise of "war im- posed to meet wasteful expenditures KING BE VIEWS TROOPS-BEFORE BIG BRIT ISH DRIVE. Taber, July to the Her- contract, for the completion of the spur line to Uio Kegal Collieries the White Ash mine, and other river j mines north of town has been award- led to Harry Thacker. the well-known contractor, and he is to have the work completed by fall. The mines intend to use this spur this winter. This will give the above mentioned mines rail facilities fcr which they have been wailing for some years, and will en- able them to increase their output. Tenders are also being asked for the work of removing the plant of the old Reliance mine to the Hegal Collieries' north of town. Owing to III health, Rev. A. C. Bryan Upper largo picture is the first to be received of a review of British Knox church, formerly of Leth- oops lieltl by King (leorpfi before the, greal Somine under- j bridge, has been forced to take, a ken. Lower picture shows the King shaking .Lieut. Col. S. [month's rest. During his absence the Ueckett of the 7aili Canadian Battalion. The Colonql hhs> evidently i morning services only will bo heir] in ado a remark which "tickled" his Majesty. It.hp. church, bninc hv Hnv. Phil-, lips, of the .Methodist church, his own morning services being cancelled. Recommended as Sheriff Following the resignation of E. W. Luckhart as deputy sheriff for the Tab- er sub-judicial district. B. T. Wcstlake, who has been acting clerk of tho court for the sub-district, has been recom- mended for the position. Nelson Blue has resigned his position ns bailiff to devote his time to farming and stock raising and C. C. Cook has been recom- mended to succeed him. Summer Punch and Pep come from a food that is rich in muscle-making material and is easily di- gested. It is what you digest, not what you eat, that makes healthy tissue. Every shred in Shredded Wheat Biscuit is full of body-building nutriment. The burden of years of food folly can be unloaded by going on a Shredded Wheat diet and sticking to it. Get back to Nature before it is too late. Shredded Wheat contains all the body- building material in the whole wheat grain prepared in a digestible form.. A satisfying Summer food. For breakfast with milk or cream; for luncheon with berries. Made in Canada turned soldiers cannot be adequately discharged by the provision of pen- sions for those of the dependents of those who havo died or those who have been wounded and incapacitat- ed in defence of their country's liber- ties, and it is the imperative duty of the government to take, immediate ac- tion also along the lines set out in the following paragraphs of this re- solution. "3. That a federal board should be appointed by ihe crown composed of capable, leading men having agents at each provincial capital and In the other ciiief cities of Canada with pow- er to administer the provisions of the pension act and to deal witli all ques- tions concerning the welfare of re- turnde soldiers, their families and turned soldiers, their families ami paihy, but without interference with provincial, municipal and voluntary organizations. "4. That this board should make the fullest possible census of all en- listments, of the exact movements all! men who have joined the colors, with full particulars of each man's former occupation and method 01' life ami of his condition upon his return that his fitness or unfitnoss for any particular occupation could read- ily be passed upon and the proper as- sistance or direction he accordingly given 'to him and that this censur, should include and cover the like par- ticulars of each man's family and dependents. '5. Thai special consideration hi- i given to returned soldiers in filling positions in the civil service of Can- ada, both inside and outside, due re- gard being hart to the nature of. the employment and qualifications neces- the'carrying out of technical or other special work and the federal board should keep in touch and co- operate with provincial, municipal and other publicly organized institu- tions employing men, looking always to the employment of returned sol- diers. "6. That the federal board should arrange with provincial technical schools and any board or commission constituted to further industrial and technical education in Canada for the free training of all such men as are anxious to be engaged In any part of the industrial life of the country." Samuel Sargent died recently in where he had resided near- ly flO years. Had lie lived till Septem- ber, fie would have celebrated his 90th birthday on the farm where he was born. 15c ea, or 2 for 30c A new full starefaed light weight tape smarter than a. soft collar TOOKE COLLARS Admitted the best quality test fitting in TOCKE BROS.. LIMITED MONTRIAL STORY OF AN ANZAC TOMMY Lady Poore. in her "Recollections" lolls tins delightful story of an An- me in Gallipoli. On one occasion an Australian, finding himself detained for sentry- go, proceeded to make his task as easy as 'jtossjble removing his helmet and hanging it with his rifle on mi adjacent tree. A passing ofilcer askoil, not nnnaturally: "And what may you "Oh, I'm a bit of a drawled Hie sentry, unabash- ed, "ami what may you a bit of a was the answer. retained the sentry, son- inlly, "if you'll wait a jiff I'll yet my rifle and give you a bit of a salute." AUCTION SALE FRIDAY, JULY 28 At 2 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. This is a General Clean-up of the balance of the STANDARD FURNITURE CO'S STOCK REMEMBER-Everything goes to the Highest Bidder W Terms Cash W. L. Wilson, Auctioneer 1 ;