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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBI',inr,!'. DAILY IlF.n^Ln THE BIG NEW CONSERVATORY AT VICTORIA, B.C. :ilit. Dr. Young, .'iri: rnganlnd iiiiioiiK (111) risiiif! inon of tlic yoiniKer a.'^tron-oiiicrsi, ami a luirutier ot lh(i scinntitic mnii of tlio older'Kiiuc'ruUon, wlio liavn alroudy visitod tlui fjtiKrrvatory. it\ prnaa tliciiiRclvPS an y tlK> Dominion anthoriiic:^ imm mm mmum M MICE AC Says Stroke of Pen Ha.s Swept Away Labors of Parliament CANADA'S PARI N PROVIDING IH AIRPLANELUIER Thousands More Men Could He Used in Forests of H. C. if Available OUnu.i. lunc .'slatcnii'Ui (if cliulrnian of tlx air connnii ii>.'. �_'0, Itcfci i'inK to I lie ; .Mr .Idlnrson llicliH. 1 Urili.-^h iiailinnuiniary ! 1 iiiil l';nt!land wuh i f'alk'ary. .Tunc 21. - Tlial fom- lin(>^, lit siiiiulc l':ni;!i'.ili in a rcctnil ord(>r-lu-'council rciicalH all tlial it toolc parliu-nif'nt. forty davH to (�niicl. placing llu; |)o\v(M- of (jalliuK np men for niilltury sor'vici- ciitind.v in tlio hands of Ihf inilil.ary. and even makinK jiidK'^Ji lialilo to lie calldd upon, was th(> prac-(.i(,-al snninii.'iK up of lli first part o' iho arijunicnl of U. I!, [ipiio'it, K. ('.. Iicfori.! (ho appelate division of \hv .sii-Iirf,'7iin coiirl, of .Siberia tlii.s iiiorninj;. in !h(� (laso of Xoriniin Earl lanvls of Hp(ldliif;loii. the liearinK liavinK hecn adjourned nincf^ Tuesday. In hiK arKiiipenl. Mr. Ilenneii (raced (lH> history o� tlin .Militia .Xel. tin; .Mil-Ifary .Si^rvice .\cl, (piolin)? a iiiinilj(.'r of authorities in cases whffe procla-nialions have lieeii issued which over-step.jnd tbr powtr.-, (.Tanteil th(^ni by parliaincnt. leading up to diu |iresen( ( .-K-a; whore an order in council has i).'>en issued nhicli .owoep.s the labor.s of parlianiont away with a stroke of tin; pen. 'I'lio courl adjourned tor liincli at 12;:;0 and .Mr. Beiuiott will continue thi.s afternoon, .lames Mnir. K.C., is r(!preKeiitiuK the dcpartinunt of justice, assistod by Major Car.son, roRistrar. and judge advoeate Koneral. Victoria, the capltnl rity ot Rrltlsh Oolnmbia. Iiu.s onco more provnd lier rinhl to thu I.III0 "The City ot Sini-; shine" and tho possessor ot the most equable cllmato in the Dominion of Canada. Some time hoforR tlio outbreak of tho fii'oat European war. the Dominion | (iovernmenl determined to erect an ' Observatory, housing a Riant teles-1 cope, for the furtherance of astrophy- | Bleat rescareh. A commission was appointed to thoroughly Investtgato every section pomMUOA, Astronomer ui. C�ir^�> ol the country, with a view to obtain- inK the ideal location for this work. Several localities were deemed etiual-ly .suitable, until (ho nierahcrs of the Commission reached Victoria, and than all (inoationinc; vanished. Qn a(Vount or the mild climate the clear-1 ness of tho atmosphere, aiul the lo- ! rarije of temneralure, tho Commis'j sion rolurnod to Ottawa, ami reported i that Victoria was tho' i(lBal location for the propo.sed Observatory. Those who have visited tho Li(d( Observatory in California will appreciate the asset that Vicloria pofi- .^(^sses. If only from the tourist sland-poinl. The construction of (lie liuilding was commenced torn- years ago, and no\v it is the centre of (iiiite a little community, compoRPd of the residences of tho Director and staff, Karagea. water tower, etc.. ard the number of liuildln^s will ho ndil'Ml lo as required. The Official Staff The Dominion government was particularly fortunate in securing tUo services ot Dr. J. S, IMaskett as chief of the bureau. He, and his assist- SINN FEINER ELECTED London. ,Tune 21.-.-\rthur (Jriffitli, Sinn Fein, who was recently arrested in the Sinn Kcin round up in Ireland, has been elected to (he house of commons tor Knsl Cavau. He defeated the Natiomilisi candidate by a vote of 3,783 to :!.riSl. iirepurin.i,' m launcli Into a (r(UuendouH ' (!aniiiai(;ii of air.ship linildinK ami flKlitill^;. the imperjil .Muniliou-Hoard liere to-day .hi�:(.'(I dial Can- , ada's oiv!aiii/.a(ion for the production! of airship llinlKr was compleie. ('.'(�� cept in line iiariicnlar j "'i'lu' jiroducii.in of airpl.ine:-( de 1 peiuls n.s iiiiicii on (be supply of sui(- ' alilii tiniher a.-, upon any oilier imi' '. lliiiit',,' said an otiicer of (lie board. "The lies' liiiibiM' so tar (llscovere(', for airplane cons(ructlon is Sitka I S|iriu e. which Ki'ows exclusively oil ' the I'acific i.'oasl and then imly in 1 favored licalit ies. \Va sliiiiKi 011 and Orejion States iiave a lair are.i ot tills timlier. but Queen Charlotte Is land iiml the bays and inlets of iho mainland and Vaiu oiiver Isliiid on the Hrilisli Ciduinbia ('oast liavtr ilie (;r(>aleHt avea in the world, the trees in -lome distiicts averaKiiif; eii;ht fee', ill di.iiiieier. "Italy and'l''raiicc are i-eciuiti.!; their sujiiilies in the rn;t(Ml St.^tes while : I'hitfl.iiid also is tiiiying- part tn' her � needs I liere. j 'It is sitited that seventy tlioiisand men are en!ver. the supply of labor is very limited and only 21)0 nuui are now employed. tboiiKh thousands uiori; could be used . '"i'heie is practically no limit to (he necessities of l^ugland and the AUih.-i for airiilaiie lumber. While the actual foolaKc reciuinMl for an alr- j plane is not Kreat. in order to secure the (lunntity of the proper specifica-lion.-i from ten to l^lfteen tlinOK as mucli lumber must be cut. This will give some idea, of thi; labor Involverl. Vot to win victory. .Mr. .Johnson-llicks says tUousuuds of airplanes will be needed. "Tile Iniperlal Munitions Hoard lias a tine organization for cutting, shipping and handling tlio logs and timber, and although our output Is now four limes what it was last January, You May Dream Dreams and see Vision.'!, but to make your Dreams come true-and your  Visions materialize- generally means having a little capital to start with. The way to get capital is to save n part of what you now earn. Decide, now, to let us help you to save. Interest paid every six months. Pnid-up CapiUl I 6,500,000 Rfnervi; Fiind 12,000,000 Kirjourcn � 130,000,000 THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA \\'. Ll. KI.NT, .M;tn.tKfr I-eltlbridge Brinck we could enormously increase out present production had we tlie Uv creased labor necessary fully to operate the lugging camps and sa\� mills." . SERIOUS CHARGE Toronto, June 21.-Dr. H. H. Moorehouse, well known locat physician, was arraianed yesterday in the police court on three charges laid under the Ontario Temperance Act. It Is alleged that Dr. Moorehouse has given a* many as 600 prescriptions In one week for Intoxicants which were purchased from Messrs. Qitss ^nd Woods, government liquor vendors. The case was remanded till Tuesday. Glassman, e otfitter STRUGGLING IN THE MAELSTROM OF FINANCIAL DIFFICULTY SENDS OUT THE S.O.S. Call Unable to bear up under the pressure brought to bear by insistent creditors GLA5SMAN realizes that in order to extricate himself he must adopt a desperate plan. He has decided, therefore, to raise the amount demanded of him, approximately $5,000.00 by selling at PUBLIC AUCTION as much of his stocli as will produce the required sum. To all intents and purposes this sale is tantamountUo a BAILIFF'S SALE inasmuch as it is a forced sale by Glassman's Creditors. Waddington, The Auctioneer , has been instructed to go right ahead and sell regardless of cost price or profits, and vi^hen the amount required has been reached, the sale will stonr-f