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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATTRDAY, MARCH 8. 1010 THE LKTimWOGK nAH.V tlP.IULlJ PAGE NfNB OTTAWA. the SOV- crninout Moliber or suhsl- oroer (but they may become more el- dlio imvilsn.ti.Mi ia'.e Canada for the' year 151S and lhal drastic be ,nade In the niUf laws was probably Hie most Important raform advocated 'by the Dominion K; ccutlve ot tho Great War Veterans which lias been in sosJ.on in tbls city tor the last week. other notable quesliona were deiilt with as lind settlement, iieusiotu eduoatlon. the civil 1 and the war service gratu- fecllre. Want Penilow A lontthr memorandum Denied on. saWct o( MURDERED STEPSON, NOT HIS OWN SON KINGSTON, Out. 'March 8.-- It has dcvdopcd lhal tho man James lliirtwkk. of Patliam. is accused of murdering hi" step- ton and not his own sou. as was supposed, llartwlck is now in the county Jail here ami will not be given bis trial until the lall assizes. teiueu on which advocated many drastic chang- es in the present syttcm. Tno most drastic reforms contained In tho mem- orandum are: That the pensions That tho Increase should bo I ;cordanco with tho cost ot llvln 'Thai tho Increase should apply e w l All tho roregoiw W tho allotvauccs ity problems. tlons were taken up hy the execute with Ilia ropatrlatlon conmillteo of tho government and it eipaclcil that as o result ot tho eiecullres en- deavors tho dif.toullles and coinp exl- attendant Ihtse problems will easier ot tolulton to the soldiers nnd to tho joTornmonl. Col. E. C. Doherty ot New T.eilmln- dependencies. That York Sam, -osi acroralnp lo Kir I lie said that the statements made Iry serious Uon. A. K. Mac Lean Shows Costs Were Only One- Kifth as large -J pyr hundred dollar Mr. Mai l.fl n tal'l actual was Sir Sam. Mr- Macl-c-an had included In lii to me -pecch from the tliMiie. lie repli .1 to the assertion made yesterday b> Lucien Cannon, of llor.-h'-sur. Jle 5i.m mm uvn. tree speech and Hit liberty 01 tins presa .m FUnemcnt of ex- were gone by rtnmWus llcnsC5 in cmmcc-ti.n with this toan- listening lo the del.aie for dav, interjected that the cliars--- the houso he Ihougl.l free Fl-ccch and managcmeut or the- loan the liberty of Hie were mort. M b aaditor-geOTral s strongly entrenched than cvtr before. Mr. iloi'ken involved very scriou ihargfi against tho i-ommUsion and its oath iir.il lie had never knOMi, more serious tharees to be made the liouso against the public servic1. involved liie possi- bilities of criuii- I! they iveri' Irue. (hey were worthy ot further lion If they were true. Mr. llocken should rrpeat lliem formally aud ask tor an investisalton and he thought it hardly tair to Ihe civil service to mailo these charges wilhoul also mak ilui: an effort to substanliatc them. Mr. Ma.-I.can cipressed the opinion tllui in not one single instancv could I I'-1-'.' i hi- .iiargrt I.'! eataUished or made them wilhoul first intoimins i I" Slade Hood Demands-Allies AM Not Able lo Meet So the Deal is Off my has re the use ol i STEAMSHIP APPOINTMENTS M'lri li 7 cording ,o a M. president o! the (Mnnllan Ocean vires. Ihe tallowing appoinlmtuts have niade: T Marlowo general deiepate's at' Spa. armistice hcsil'i'-nr-trs. The coun- n luadc Ihe Ger, rolraso the Her' (ler.irc'l in return for erunwnt" to withstand the i the allied commission went it was bellercu that the re f the ships was merely a ques days. It was proposed to U( The alien Qilestlon WM dean with nt Icnglh as it was felt that Ihls had fen the cauze of a great deal ot dle- coutent among the returned Midlers. The folloivlng were brought to the attention of the cabinet and Hie executive made the following propos- nls, provluing for: The more thorough classification o[ liens resident in Cenada. question of tho premier's presence at the peace con- that conferetu-i' taa been organized. The British mom- heis ot the co a panel cil to selected re-port and wc-rc tho identical which be had given to the house. The Civil Service Mr. MacU-an went on lo ditt-uM the, charges inent will bo in the bull figures noard uf trade. Montreal. y ot the Mr. anil Mr.'. Joseph nan, of cnio. who sro celehrnting ihei- a.le anniversary, und twonty-lhree twelve grand that the expressed ncil iu iisiiao sion from time to time "-conform with the increasrf or Jecreascd rell- lv w cost ot living as ascertained and expert fnvBstlgaUon. That pension continue to be pad to the pensioner while lahln oal vocational ot discontinuing pensions io men Ui ing sucli training Is I "of V J" Resented, and there will he a committee representing Iho whole British Empire, which will keep in touch with the Ilrilish members of le supreme council. The dominions are also to havo rep- resentation on this boinuiiltee, Can- da's member being Uoyil Harris, of ho Canadian mission, London, ana )r J W. Itobertson, ot the Canadian department ot agriculture. The Cana- dian ministers will be on Iho pane! from which representatives -f re-; IIOU fleeted Canadian opinion. U "ie ,___ Greatest conference in human history, anil it would he strange if Canadians! were not allowed to participate. 1 Canada should not be represented at. Ihl- would be Inadequate and tha the'ro must be a guarantee ot uninterrupted supply of count, y was in a position tc, supp1. food under the Herman conditions. EC Hie .luestion ot credit remains unset- tled. tho peace conference. whv should tho llens resident in Cenaa. that consumi T F i-roposal Is intended to rid the mlule by a large number of th t tho Great War elerans to rea ecuality ol penstons for al F i-ropo cointrv of Ihoso considered undesir- Me or dangerous. It was alio gested Ihiit compulsoo' ot rankg ot tao ic all unnaturaluod aliens oo followed I ,tt connection with tha war seme ov Mricter mental and physical test t gmtully, tho government 111 oe a-.iv ?1 lan h [s hitherto been in force. Trl- to make the provisions ll hunals formed by the recent order-In- 1 crder.in.counCil coiiiH-il to oiair-iiio ai! alien: were ia ut voluntary cnhctmonl. termed insutficient tor the purpose have .crved overseas, although joUn uml the- Sovcnimc-nt was to a ,Ucalro 0I actual warfare, and who their constitution in 0 discharged prior to Uio iicacw Uulled States, lie ielt that instead ot protesting against the absence ot the prime minister and his colleagues In Paris, we- should he glad and proud that Canada was taking her part in this great world conference. Turned Guns on Sir Sam Mr Macljcan turned then to the charges made hy Sir Sam Hushes a couple ot days aKo that the various war loans had teen floated at too high of tho rum "Yes." Sir Sam Hughes: "They were tak en from Ihe auditor-generals report. "The figures were not applicable to neutral countres s n problems before the council, and ow- make changes in their constitution in Able to Start Work Again (Trouble WM Doo't lie iliMouraged if yon find that Tou linvo Kidney or Dladder trooliles, ,nd Jon't imagino yoor case is hope- leu (ir that you-win be cnpplfd aao mffcr nil the' rest of jour lite. Here is news: urn 1 ills restore! thousands of mffercrs f.nd slrtngth. What they lav. m my uack. to IS Inches. Ono farmer wcek aEC> recomniciirla- the 'best thing that could como, an- i .f Lv 8.00 am. CM nMwl '7 JO p.m. ...Rnley... 7.0Sp.m. Tint Coulee p.m. radsnaw-. p.m. 9.41 a.m. 10.20 a, m. ..Welllfll-. 5.1S p.m, 4W P-fftl Utthbrldje. Ar t-v For further paftkulaTs apply lo any CariRillan 1'nclflc Ticket J. E. PROCTOR, District Passenger Agenl, Alfa. prlng ivort, but it's good all the same. Pte. .T. Kcndel nnd Corp. illo came in from the east, just .from lie war zone, and both nro happy to be home Macleodv Pie. C. ClarXe nnd Sheffield arrived ono train be- fore them, and all