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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News jjgRALD Local News Where To Find It JUNK 2 i I BANK CLEARINGS fr 'MOVE TO REPEAL LIGHT SAVING IN U. S. liank clearings for tiic week ending today were fW0.3JS. as against tor Iht- con-j- week a year ago. The arbitration boird un Iho civic dispu'-e met in Ite court liouso asahi this, morning at 11 o'clock. Tlitro is no Indication I'not a seiiloini'iil has been arrived al between all parlies up to the. projcnl. For Of litircau Olliccrs and CHiz ens Deals Wilh Question meeting ot ihc. officers uf the Ite turned Soldiers' Kinployine'.i'. llur the Labor liureau. conunlsslon crs and a few chiiens was held al Ih citv hall on Wednesday evening. Jon 1 It'll, for Iho puriiose )t ilisi-uai-ln: ways and means whereby the cslal lisbcd Institution for the aupplyin of labor nmy us made uioro efiicien Mr; l.onsworth explained that col s'llerable dissatisfaction was cause from the facl that new are t lie seen from time to lime on Ihc sta ut Iho various employers who hai not been engaged through the, cmplo mc-nt bureau, thereby causing d'.ssa istaction umongst those use Ih employment ourcau as a means nblalning" cinploymenl. Capt. MeKcnzie. Mr. l.ov.-e and Mr. l.ongworth explained that every ef- fort was nniilc lo supply men suittd 'to ihe1 work mul lhat tho board' not eipeel anyone lo re- lain on their service any man sup- plied who is unsu'.tcd to Ihc work given him or who for oilier reasons Is unsatisfactory. It was plainly shown Ural the, co- operation of all civilians with tho es- labllshct] labor bureau was most de- sirable and necessary If dissatisfac- tion is to be kept aurt ihc meeting save it as iheir opinion lhat steps should be taken lo bring about better cooperation by inlpress- ing on all employers of labor that it Is their duty to engage all help through the medium of these organl- nations, aud Ihe following resolution was "Thr-t we as hus'uess men. lnrtor.se Ihc'nollci of the I-cthbridge Labor Bureau in handling.both the returned men and civilians of both sexes, anil we nrge that oil business men in the city engage their help through the far as possible." The matter will he fnrllicr- dealt with nt the Board of Trade meeting on Thursday, when it is hoped that definite steps will be taken. .All men.seeking employment arc.es- pecial'y requested to register at the employment bnrcau..iisj.tliis is ..itcccs- In order' to helrl them ffrid posi- stlons and .to.Jill .spewlily Ihe po.si- 'lions imVloyers1 have'open. Will Reopen Tor Fall Term On Teachers To Ot I'rcferenc't; WASHINGTON. June A rider repealing daylight saving law. cfleiilvv when the clocks are turned liacl. in Or- icber. was addtd lo tin; :isrl- cuhurul bill by the senate agricultural comruil- tee. The vote via; unanimous. Will Ukcly Be Held in Baalim Ganige When The matter ot Discuss Milk Price the tiiuie will a? in sii'ffs of tie public schools, h'w becui 11 number of [low! applications tor the vacancies l-ibsl may occur. Tl.ese. will obtain a j preference. piovidcd thrir iiualilica- lions are equal compared with others, according tu the view ukc-n at Ihc mcttins of the public school I trustees on Wedni't-'day afternoon. The resignation of Mias Bixby. o! Ual- [liralth EChool. uas received aril ac- cepted. The school-; will clojc for lhj- itioti on June aud e retarding ihu jirogreis of V. and VI.. WLS brouglil up liy I'rlucival Davidson of ih? Central! 1 and an arraiiji-un'iit was conic !to 10 glv? ihese pupils certain in- slructiou during a porlii-M of the vaci- liisn. provided parents and pupils c-u- terid into an lo make Ui-o of provisions made in this re- gard. The percentage ol attendance for lilt schools for the month of .May was 01 per cent., as against SS.oO for the same mouth lasi yc.ir. The Lish- est percenlase ivas gained iiy I'lcct- wooil school. willrS3.Su. The enrollment for .May was against 1765 for May. 1S13. The body of a mau. lound by the Klnlay bridge at lledicine Hat. lias 'been idtnlificd as lhat ol Harlcy Faulkner, alias llarrv He Ulons with another, some weeks afo. shortly aftfr the fatality when three men were drowned in taking a load atross the Bow Itivcr. the boat capsizing, was out in a boat repairing the. cable. By some means the bwt was caught In the cable and overturn ed. Tho other occupant swam to siifi'ty but the deceased disappeared in stream. He was employed in the works of tho Natural Das Com- pany. Mrs. J. F. Simpson, Mre. A. Ilayr and Miss liaivden waited on the city council as a delegation from the Women's Civic Club, on Wednesday afternoon, in regard lo arrangements heingUel on fool tor the proposed tiiuirtuk lo the returneil soldiers. The number to 'jo entertained will be in Ihe neighborhood ot 6CO, and tho lion ol n hall with sullicrtnl capacity was discussed. The exhlblllon build- ing in the Fair Grounds would meet the sllualion, but Ihc distance was considered something In tho way uf a drawback. The use of the Uaalim garage ivas regarded as a. feasible proposition on Us completion, and be- fore it was turned over lo its uses. This will uc, in about live, weeks which will leave the, necessary time for ar- ranccments. It is Intended that every organization .in tho city should co- operate in Ihe scheme, and n meeting for tills purpose will shortly bo call- ed by the mayor nnd commissioners. While Ihe. deputation was in the city hall, the emestioti ot milk prices was brought up. 11 was stated lhat though the milk on the [arm hail been reduced to the dealers from 54 to consumers were, still charged al rate of 7 miarls for a dollar. The i ler of milk prices, tho ladles wcrr formed would be investigated by city council. been j 5135, i al (he e "AiatJ i CANADIAN CASUALTIES OTTAWA.. June following casualties were issued today: 'Infantry neriortcd J. Hniilh, Victoria. ffiQlQFFPM Mr. Tibbclls, Kin'nomlale, Had Kib Broken'and Chest Crushed I Beautiful Women I of I seventy yean have relied j upon it for their distin- NguUhed appearance. The G ou r aud's Ortgntal Cream TIM RBTLAW. June ri-rJolm Fibhctta. n Kinnondale fanner, had a narrow escape from death yesterday when he was run ovrfi- by Ihe wheel of a irnclor plow he was operating near LaXo Me- j Grcgor. in some, manner he fell off tho plough, and tho wheel carrying a weight of 3000 pounds passed over his chest, breaking a rip and olhonvlso injuring him. "o rusted to his home and llaminon called. H expected the injtircil nmn'will recover. Night Service McLaughlin Garage 11th Street South For Iho convenience, and bet ler service! (or our customers, ive are jireparcd to lafco on ad- ditional work at nighls. Cars washed und. polished. waxed or plinonizcd al reason- able rr.les (work tlono by OKI Coiinlry carriage Thicks washed, oiled anil greased. Cars oiled. Tire' repairs, elc. Krncfgeucy calls jiroinplly at- tendctl lo. Clara stored in otir Gar.igo 'arc well looked nfler. Will iic Established al Fort Wil- Chief Inspec- tor's Decisions MOTORS, Ltd. Arthur Barnsley Slevt j -Manager Night Foreman WE ARE NOT" IN THE' LIVERY BUSINESS OTTAWA. June' has been given by lion.. A. K.'ftacLenn, acting minister, otrtro'de and ram- niercc. ot anienttmcnta to Die Camv i ilinn Grain Acl.-wliich -vviil create a board to be known as the .board ot grain appeals, to consist o.f three metn- bnrs who rnnst experts nnd who shall liolii btlice for a period of .en years. The ptfleea of the hoard will be located at where It can most convdnlc-ntly hear appeals from Hie decision of Ihc elilef Inape'c- lor on samples of'grain, rcsi which the grading'Is disputed. Provision Is also .made tor Hie es laWIshment of a superintendent al Calgary for' the district ol Calgary Tim iimondment'.-provlUos that i) Iracl: Iniyers and owrtera nnd oper alora of wnreliouscs; mills, all' grain commission Merchants shnl lake mil annual licenses. In future 'no- person; firm or corporation eenicd n gralll 'commission racr- rhanl. shall dircctiy'br fndlreclly huy for their .own account nny grain con- Eigued to them 'or koto on commis- sion. YANKEES CLAIM MITCHELL DKTI10IT. tune 10-ttillio Mi-c cil, Itft handed 'rrjlthcr ot.lhc Detroit cluti. whom were recently, has been (talmcl liy Iho. N't-w York wns CCfi to t G. L. liarker. Hamilton, who de- ser'.cd a wife and seven children. sentenced lo two years in jail ior stealing a horse and buggy. Juugmca'. lor the amount ol was awarded A. J.'WaJe. local archi- tect, asainst the Kasimir din- uicl o! Travcrs by Judge .McXeiil al the District court on Wednesday af- ternoon. The plaintiff hcul submitteil plans for the construction ot a school in the district, the same was no! pro- cc-oded with, and Hie architect's iliur- ges were disputed on the score of be- ing too high. J. C. llcndry appeared tor the plain- tiff, and HOES and Jamicson for the defeuilanls. Mr. Loiigworth. of lie local iahol bureau, strongly urges all employen i anil froking situations in anj i capacity to register at liie office. Ito lurncil'schilr-rj arc particularly ciuexteil to Je so. Tiie bureau dovj liot entirely contite it? attention U relumed nitn. b'Jt endeavors to ineei all classes ot civilians without iTJlii'imtion. TJiis is sliown by the following figures: During Ihe montt of April there were placed, amouj whom were 151 re-turned soldiers; it i .May iLeii.- placed, inctudiui returned men. In June, so fur, thc-re have been WO positions filled. amongst which 3) returned mtii placed. Trances McGratn. ag'ed 1'J. v.'as at1 rested for breakins into freight carl at Urockviile. With Purchase of Palmolive Creams Here is a special introductory offer by which you can secure 3 full size cakes of Palmolive Soap free! These 3 cakes'are offered with the purchase of a 60 cent jar oi Palm- olive Cold Cream and a 30 cent tube of Palmolive Vanishing Cream, cost- ing altogether 90 cents. The regular retail price of 3 cakes of soap is 45 cents. worth of the-finest toilet articles, which can be made ior only 89 cents. There are no strings attached to this for you to do. Just go to one of the dealers whose names are written below and say, I want to buy a jar of Palmolive Cold Cream and a tubs of Palmolive Van- ishing Cream- and get these 3 full size cakes of Palmolive free. He will wrap them all up and hand them to you and you pay hsm only 89 value! 1 While all of these Palmolive dealers are generously supplied with the tVp. Ettlmolive Creams and the free soap, it is better not to delay. Every woman is going. to want that free Palmolive. Better do your buying early and go today. Go to One of These Dealers Hedley, Frank Drug Cq. Lethbridge Higinbotham, J. D. Co. Lethbridge i Kenny Allin Co. Ltd. Lethbridge Red Cross Drug Store Lethbridge ;