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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1917 I You Will Be Proud -of your pantry if you use Old Dutch. It keeps things clean and bright with' very little labor. Hill Tnlroduced Into House By Hon. F. Oochrane For Neces- sary Legislation I voted were largely for whlrvcj and other public works iu tho tnarlttme provinces. Tlio JlSf-ssIoa on tile In surance bill was almost entirely of a technical character. Sir Tisomas White, minister of Huinces. aunounc- ed lhat the department of tiiwnco liaJ considered the proposal wade ilr. Lemlcm. to arranga for the payment of escoss premiums on policies held ty men sent to the front. Sir -Thomas said thai the plan was impracticable because uuder tho mil- itary service act some ol Uw aon en- rolled wouM be Insured for amounts, while others wcul.l carry -.-alv ITank Coch- policies. It vt> therefore to- rune lhls alternocn Inicoducfit a hill! possible to secure un'loriuily of IriU- to brlns Ihe l.C-fl. under the Dominion 'nent (or the men. He pointed oat railway board. Sir Ssm Hushes nike-J connecllon wllh the United States the report of Dr. Urucc In re- j Insurance (or soldiers that It Is In Ueu ply to Dr. Bapllc's crlilcljm of his first cf pensions. leporl ol medical conditions in overseas forces would be bronshJ.; down In the hnM-c. .He also asteJ ifi suveJntnent was aware tha! Dr. i ,BipUe was concerned In tho j iamla fiasco and that ba had heiii I practically removeil from Drltlsh' medical service. i Sir Edward Kemp said il was the first he had heard of Dr. Baplle being _ connected wlili the Mesopoisiuia ter. In regard lo Dr. second repor! he said that Sir Robert Borden First Day of Stampede, iMOVing THE BIIS1G OF II HEIMY THE rU. NM HaJ p i Will lie Taken of Crowd" sometime CEO stated in the house that It had teen sent to Sir George for him to decide whether or no! It should be mide public He) ________ would draw the attention of the primer Arrangements have been completed minister 'to the matter. I Dy lnc siampetle management and tho In reply lo Questions by E. M. Mac-! business men of Lcthbrldge. whereby rjoh'ihl, -the minister of mllllla said :noliou pictures will he taken o( tbe that he had no authority over Sir: business places and the opening and George Pcrley, the overseas minister main events of the of militia, who reports directly to the The oveniiig day of the Stampede, Wednesday. Aujrust 15th. will be T! Lees Ave., Oltawi, Onf, Aujust 9th, 1915. "I think it my duly to tell you what "Fruil-a-tlves" hss done for me. Three years ago, I began lo feel run- andlircd.andsuOeredverj- much from Lirtr and Kidney Trouble. Having read of I thoucht I would try them. Tho rauli was Dunns; thft 3J years pisl, I havo taken them regularly and would not chaago for anything. I have KCl Aad an tour's iic.tKfSS since 1 com- mcnecd using aad I tnow now what 1 haven't known for :oodmany isf theblcssinj prlme-miulslcr. Hon. Win. I'ugsley called Ihe alien-1 as aud Mr. Ray lion of the minister of militia to a I KniBnti manager, predicts the biggest :resolutkm passed by the war veter- in lhe history of Lethbridge. as ans' association of John protesting rvone this section coun-1 i asalnst the employment of officers and lo see how moving pic- cle" 1W: soldiers who have not oversea? Bre projuced and these positions should he given, Am lo returned men. t t on M" r nTfhP Wg procession starts, so, good deal to te said in laior of the Q ,unil contentions of the veterans. There WAR TAX IN AUSTRALIA. Otiavra, July Australian 'tovcrnment proposed a retroac- 5ve wir time profits.tar of 50 per -seat, for the year' ending .Jnno "30, 1915 aid a lai oi 75 per cenL alter tizun" WALTEK I. MARRIOTT. was, he snlJ, a considerable number of surplus officers In Canada. He