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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE USTKBUIPGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY.-JUXE 10, 19 .j, .j. OTTAWA, Juno to Hon. K. Lemieux iu (he house this aHemoon. Sir liob- Bordea satd Sir George Ko.Mer hail resolution ou luo order paper deal- Ing with a proposal that a Stales firm should the post office and customs department and JL would therefore he out of place SUGAR IN WINNIPEG June wholesale price of sugar Ad- vanced: today here to J22.05 per 100 pounds. For tiome time tho prevailing price hai been cents j> i-ouiid ami dealers state today ibui it will be 21 cents and probably more. r: was noj .ut fpr him. the premier, to discuss the matter at the moment. The house took up In committee _vt_ w iiiw___D resolution to amend Ihe Inlaud called at Hotel Sore Tliroat> Colds Quickly Wizard OH Hamlm's Wizard Oil is a simple effective treatment for sore throit and chest colds. Uied as a gargle for sore throat it brings quiet reijcf. Rubbed on the cbejt it wiU often loosen up a. hard, deep seite4 cold in one night Hovt' often sprstns, bruises, cuii burns occur In every family, 21 well as little troubles like eirache, toothache, cold sores, canker sores, tjiff neck, and tired aching feet Soothing, healing Wizard Oil will ways bring quick relief. Get it (rani drcpgists for 30 If not satisfied return the bottle and f el irour money back. Ever conitipated or have 5icV hrsdscfic? try Revenue Act in respect to chemical siuis. uliiiiliQE without license, Can- adian kat tobacco and denatured al- cohol, the latter to be used for fuel. light or power or for Industrial pur- poses. H. H. Stevens, et Vancouver, refer- red to tiia difficulties which hospitals were facing because of the Increase of flQO In the excise lax on alcohol, which the hospitals must use. Mr. Stereos estimated it would conference, but eeitahi took place. At a meeting ol overseas iu lyDiidon, wilh Sir Robert Bordeu In the chair, a raeniorsr.tiuin was drawn up and sent to the admiralty. In the memorandum, all iho overseas premiers concurred except Mr. Lloyd, of Newfoundland. The memorandum referred to a previous memorandum from _the admiralty. It declared that Ihe proposals sot forth in tbe admir- alty memorandum for a single navy, at all lloie's under a central naval au- thority, wero not considered pracltc- the Summons Is Issued Following al r. esuuiAivu u v.uum I mean alt additional JJ.OOQ eiperieacc gained from the to the Vancouver hospital. Ho ihoushl said mcmoraDdum of the provision should be made to premiers, had shown that m i lime of war, a Dominion navy-such This is An Old Fashioned Dish. They've frankly old in style of cooking. The flavor is that we rei member- as youngsters at home. A flavor of catsup is added to give them put this in be-, cause we always want- ed a 'bit of mother's catsup when she baked, beans for us. ASK FOR ACANOF QUAKER BRAND. this actdidoaal the alcohol in hospitals. Kou. Martin Burrel! said lie would give the matter conslderatioa the bill was toiuiog up. The removal ot thts duts' would simply be equal to Siving the bospiUls a subsidy ot to f J.OOO a year. He.waft. In sympathy with Mr. idea. Under tbe preEcut conilitions. and with constantly (ncreastns cost ol liquor, amouot ol ivcrk which the department of Inland revenue was do- ing, increased considerably, said Mr. as that of Australia, could operate wllh tho highest efficiency as part ol tho united navy under one direction nnd command established after the outbreak of war. McMaster's Suggestion A. H. McMaster. Brome, ia connec- tion with the lujury tales in iceneral. suggested the placing of a higher tax on the home manufactured lhau on the Impored articles. An excise duty add- ed to a tariff of. say 35 or 40 per cent., might mean the entire exclusion of a certain class of goods consequent Burrell. Whereas, two or three years fal1 in revenue. ago it .was only nocessary to make. I The minister stated that he did not 30 or 40 prosecutions for the opera- tion of illicit stills, tho cumber had grown last year to 900 prosecutions, that it would bo wise to nt anV Mr. Burrell thought they had only "touched tin He said that great concessions were being mado in respect to industrial lvas nt lon' a figure, alcohol, which was etliyl alcohol A. K. denatured. length iuto this matter. Tho percent- age of equilibrium was in favor of imported articles. Norman I-aiig, Humboldt, proteslcd that Ihe proposed taj on underwear The resolution was carried and the bill based thereon introduced. ......Naval Estimates Hon..-C. C: Ballantyne then moved that the consideration of the estimates of the department of naval service be taken' u'p'.'Ke related how with Sir Robert Borden. he had attended the- Imperial conference In 1918. The ques- tion of naval policy fof Canada or tire Mc.Master, Brorae, supported him the TO TAKB SENATE EMPLOYEES OUt OF NEW CLASSIFICATION'S POWER Hearings By Hoard of Commerce. TOIIONTO, Juno issued at Osgoode Hall this morninf; .summoning to court the otlicmls of tlw Canadis.0 Wholesale Grocers' As- Delation several wholesale firms tni! manufacturers to secure- a dec- laration of ths court that this organ- ization Is a conspiracy in restraint of trade to the "detriment of His Ma- jesty's and to have it de- clared that all arrangements mado by the organization should be annulled. The acllon Is Ukcn by Kdward Bay- ley, K.C., on behalf of the attorney- generivl of Ontario, anl it follows the recent hearings of thf Board of Com- merce ia Hamilton anil Toronto. An injunction is also asked for. with provisions for the imposition of penalties the defendants. The defendants are ordered to en- ter an appearance to ihcse writs at Osgoodo Hall nejt week. OTTAWA. June govern- ment's bill to amend Ihe Civil Ser- vice act, which tame up for second reading In the senate yesterday ure- clpitatod sharp criticism ot the ad- ministration of the civil service under the. Civil Seorvice couiuiissloa and of Ihe of the aeVvtce made by Arthur Youug and Company Chicago. Senator Fowler gave notice that when the bill went iuto committee, he would move the following resolution: 'The Civil Service act of ISIS, and amendment thereto, relating to ap- pointments, promotions and classIBca lions. Bhall not hereafsor apply to the permanent officers, clerks and em- ployees of the senate." Sir James Lougheed. moving the second reading, said the amendments vero Intended to give effect to the jovernmcDt's promise of a bonus and :o make Increased salaries retroactive April 1919. Senator Bostqck. opposition leader, said the country was suffering hard, ship from tho way the civil'senice was being administered. The salary of expert technical oflicers bad be- come a serious matter, Senator Murphy mado a pica for postmasters whose salaries, he said, ad not udvauced since 1912. Hon. p. B. Blondlu, postmaster-gen said the salaries of post- masters now came under the purview of Ihe Civil .Service coiuumsion. He MOTHER! "California; Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative IED BLOOD STRENGTH AND ENDURANCE OVE3 USE IT ANNUALLY latter asserting that the health ol the people was seriously menaced. Sir Henry Drayloh then amended tho resolution so that it tares under- wear. In cicess of H per garment or JS.OO for combinations. The figures previously stood at and 5E.00 "respectively. The following taxes adopted without amendment: Fans any price; pocketboots and purses in excess of each, and shopping hags over J6.00 each. ISir. McMastcr thought four dollars too low a price lor an umbrella, but the item passed. 'John Harold, Brant; wanted the rates on fur raised. He contended) that the proposed exemptions were much too low. This item aleo passed. Glassware came next. Mr.' .Mc- Master said he had decided to take "etched" glassware ami he would he glad to get tho name of ajiy other fancy glassware. could give none off- hand. Sporting goods caused some com- ment. Mr. McMaster thought'It a most Intolerable piece of petty legislation to tax boy's skates or'hockey sticks and did not believe the proposal came from the finance minister. Hon. S. Fielding wanted billiard tables and fishing rods distinguished from the smaller items. Telegram Gives His Version of Speech Which Roused Parliament. OTTAWA, Juno' !he house today the speaker read a telegram he had despatched to Rev. Dr. Speers in regard to tha latler's alleged state- ment at tbe Methodist conference in Toronto that, in regard to racetrack; I legislation, "ialters were of no avaii, but money in the loiby, We hadn't the money." In his telegram the speaker askfi Dr. Speers for an immediate reply whether ho had made the statement or, if statement ho had made. The speaker also read a telegram he had received from Dr. Speera this morning in reply.. In tha course of this telegram, Dr. Speers said: "1 beg to state that 1 had no intention of passing any reflection on any mcni- )er of the Ottawa parliRiaent, or its integrity or honour." He lad meaiit'-that there was no money to send a deputation or to watch legislation.' He did not mean that money was used in the. sense o bribery, hut ut keeping meii thersr' He'regretted that a false impression had gono abroad by the half dozen sentences lie used befora the conference. t Sir Robert Borden said that he thought tho incident might he now considered dosed and tbe house pass- ed to other business. -i LIBEL SUIT 28 VICTORIA, B. C., Juno ier Oliver's -libel suit against R. T. Elliott, K.C., will ,cpme, to trial in Victoria on June 28, it.was decided today at the court. Thronged to the Doors WE THANK YOU! For your response at the opening days of tmr Quick' Disposal Sale. You know you found evert greater better bargains and low- Prices than you expected to finti. THAT'S OUR POLICY, ALWAYS A LITTLE BtIItK. .t WE APOLOGIZE TO any kck of service or delay you experienced dur- ing the opening days, as we were unable to take care of all the eager buyers who thronged bur store. r.WE PROMISE better service, greater reductions, and larger display durr ing the remaining selling days of our Disposal Sale. Our final price cutting will Jose sight of aH costs as we must clear away our surplus stock in a limited time. H you have already attended our sale come again. You will find new bargains daily, it you have not availed yourself o I this opportunity to save don't miss it as YOU SAVE ON EVERY ARTICLE IUU BUY. Let nothing keep you away. It's an opportunity of a lifetime to save. vr Clothing That Cannot Be Replaced by Us at Prices Quoted Here Young Men's Suits. Regular Sale Men's Suits, up to Sale Men's Suits, up to Sale Men's Suits, up to Sale No Luxury Tax on Above. Suits up to 5.00. Sale LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF MEN'S WEAR IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA KIRKHAM BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE had rcccmmeiHjed an increase in Ihe iwslmastprs' IIAJV Tho bill ivas given second reading snd will bo taken up in comuilttco ou Tussjay. lie senate adjourned uutil Tuesday at 2 o'clock. iERMANY WANTS MORE TIME TO REDUCE ARMY HKRL1X. Juuc has council grant a further of Ibree months for tho reduction of ths Oenuau army to Bays tho Tsgeblalt. It was receaily suubuuced that Iha reduction ol the German army men' had been accomplished. Melborne had been seus 'Magistrate Summers, o( Ayhiier, lo three months ,ia Jail, uiada n ilash (or liberty, but was caught. Results accomplished by SYSTEMATIC SAVING MONTHLY DEPOSITS OF 82 J5 1 year 12.20 24.39 60.98 2 years 24.TB 49.52 3 37.70 75.41 .188.52 247.60 377.04 THERE IS A SAVINGS DEPARTMENf AT EVERY BRANCH OF THE ROYAL BANK OF Total Assets Accept "QaJifornla'1 Syrup of Figs for the name California on the package, are suro your child Is having theibest- and most harmless physio tor the littla Btomach, liver and. bowels. Chlldrenilovo its fruity-taste. Fuji direction's :on each bottle. Ybn'rriust say AN IMPORTANT WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY, JUNE 19tK AT P.H.'V IN THE SCHOOL HOUSE AT To make arrangements Cor dipping cuttle on John McD. Davidson's farm on Juno 24th, tho date set by.tho government. Farmers and Slock owners arc urged to attend so that ade- quate preparation mado for DIPPING Parry Sound firemen will hold their annual celebration on. July. 1st. Calgary Soldier' -In Fine Condition Now Says He Owes Recovery To Tanlac "I consider I owe great deal to Tanlac, as it has restored me to good health after home from tho army in R terribly bad Bald A. Reff, 1507 Eleventh street, West, I Calgary, Alberta, recently. Mr. Heft who is agent for tho Prudential Lift Insurance Company in Calgary, went overseas wilh Ilio bat- Ullon, ot noglna, where he served with great credit to himself, and only returned home last July. .Continuing ho said: "I am certainly ,a different man physically from wiiat 1 was when I ra- turncd home from Prance, for I was then in a badly run-down condition I was suffering from shattered nerves, and my blood was ir such bad shape my face was covered with pimples. My appetite was GO poor 1 John Illglntiotnam Co.; In Coy] hurst by Diamond Drug Stationery Store, and In Wnrner by Mrs, N. Der "You're right! In tha busy Kcavon when a .Irip to toim is neceisary, you nctd a car that ia ricily.lo .And the best car no good without proper lubrication and good psolins. Imperial Polarine and Imperial PrcmicrGasoline rave kept my car running 'slick as a whistle' every all season." Steady Dependable Service IMPERIAL Polarinc.assurcs a motorist steady, dependable service J-lrom his car. It gives correct lubrication to every type of motor and every moving part. It keeps your motor running smoothly and quietly. x. Imperial Polarine maintains, under all operating conditions, exactly !hc right body to seal in compression and reduce burns clean. Imperial Polarine establishes arid power tight seal between piston and cylinder walls. Its body is proof against high heats and the gruelling friction of engaging parts., Look for the Imperial Polarine Cliart of Recommendations when you buy oil. H shows which of the three grades described is beat suited to your car. Six and four-gallon sealed cans, steel kegs, lialf-barrels and barrels. Buy by the barrel or half-barrel and 'save -.money. Sold uy good dealers everywhere in Canada. IMPERIAL POLARINE IMPERIAL POLARINE HEAVY IMPERIAL POLARINE A (Lijto Wj) fc, A GRADE. SPECIALLY'SUITED TO YOUR MOTOR lAL OIL LIKHT Heat Light Branches in all Cities ;