Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TEK THE LETHBRtDGU DAIIA'" HERALD' TUKSDAY, MARCH 9, J92Q Charge for Heated Cars is Now i i One Cent-and-a-Half For One Mile, With Minimum Charge of 52.00 March I By Canadian estra chare? for the oi heated refdgeraior c-ira on rail- Vays in Canada has been increased 10 IVi cents a vrlih (lie present 'jcinimum charge ot S2.00, by order oC 'the board of railway commissioners, today. The hoard finds Jhat Ihe old rale of one cfnt a mile Tras (lied In 1916 by consent of the shippers and carriers In the west, and '.that an analysis of fisures for oolh and west justifies ihe increase for. Tho rales are to become operative on soveu days' notice-. Tho railway commission heard ap- plication of tho secretary-treasurer of the Canadian Freight Association, Western Lines, in the cities of Fort William, Winnipeg. Hesina. Saska- toon, Edmonton, Calgary. Vancouver ind Victoria. A general protest afeainst the increase was lodged by the W lurtiJjoard of trade. i Thij commission rules that the in- crease in tho west and tho Increase in the cast and as between east and w mar go in. This point was not de roloped in the original application as filed, but upon being brought io the attention of the railways ut ing, was agreed to. The commission finds lhat there Is substantial con- sent that an Increase is justifiable. WILL PROBE CONDITIONS AT KAPUSKASING A .new one in and Mrs. Hunter, West. Now York, N.J., went to the theatre on complimen- tary tickets sent them anonymously. When they got homo tlloy found their house rolibed. ONLY CABLETS! MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN Nof Aspirin at All without tlie "Bayer Cross" i I'or Col'ia, Pain, Tjcadrwhe, Xaural-1 package contains coihpleie Earache, and for Then .you nre getting n Mieuniatism. Stiitioa. Sen-1 genuine Aspirin pro- rUis. take Aspirin marked vith thejicnbc'd by physicians for over ,nine- ,'namo "llsycr'1 or jmi arc not taking item rears. Now in Canada. ;'-Aspirin at all. i Handy tin boxes containing VI tau- Accept onlv "Etyer Tiblels vof lels cost taf.i few cents. Uniggiatl -Aspirin" in 'on unbroken "Bayer" I also cell package'. V if only mult "Barer" 1' t-Aflo !n Canada) ot "ijcr-ViniiCacture of Sfono- V" A-frtkadilejter of SaU-rllezcVl. WMIfl It Ir well known ttial'Aspliin meafta mark, thB "Bayer Croia." W. F. NIckle, on left, former Conservative M.P., for Kingston, and Col John 1. Maclarcn, right, a Liberal, former O.O. of the 19th Hattaliou and A.A.C'. of Military District 2. who, with 1'rof. J. jj. Sharji, of New Lis heard, will investigate the conditions In (he returned soldiers' colony of Kapuskaslng. Prohibition Touched on in Speech From vision of Public School Laws Forecasted TORONTO, March Canadian circumstances ,-.of ex- ceptional interest and considerable speculation, the first session of tho fifteenth'legislature the province of Ontario was opened' here totlay.L It Is the first Farrnor-Lahor legislature In tho history of Canada, arid, tho Farmer government of-Hen. C. Drury holds power hy the narrow nominal majority of two members, in the legislature of one hundred and eleven seats. Prohibition Problems The speech from the throne was in part as follows: "Undor, the .provisions of the Tem- perance Referendum Act, certain questions 'therein set out were sub mittcd to the electors in October last. The answers to those questions, del daring hy a substantial majority against the repeal of the Ontarip Tam- gienince Act, will .bo'laid before you. By the revocation of tho Dominion order-iii-coiincil prohibiting the im porlalltin liquor during the wa'r, now problem has arisen which mil cal for careful consideration and appro priate action. 'Recent developments point to a de pnrture from the long-established rigid ity of party lines and lo a greate measure of freedom on the part of the representatives of the people. It k the wish of my ministers that thl "house will, both hy initiative and free 'discussion, give the full benefit of Its vflsdom to the shaping of legislation and tho framing of public policy. v Educational Needt The educational'needs of Ihe 'prov ince, arising out 'of ihe condition which prevailed prior to and durin Ihe war, have received the thonghtfu consideration of the government. Tend ing a thorough inquiry into ihe vhql subject, yW will he asked to provld for an increase in the grants to th rtfral schools, h'oirT in the. counties an iu'the districts; Your approval wl also, he asked vsuch pr< vision for the publication of. the schoo shall avoid the iucreasln of the cost to the; pupili to you pro- ome nere It delights a customer to come into our big, bright, clean store with full faith and assurance that whatever selections may be made, the goods will 'be gratifying in quality. On no occasion need there be concern at all times there is a studied effort to offer only the best values. IJWith these Iwo'factb taken for' granted, how excellent then becomes the opportunity the present big new spring stock affords, CJHere are garments for all quality irreproachable and that are within the rea'ch of all. More New Suits Today We have Just received u few more new altractive styles In spring auita. As is our usual custom we have purchased these 'In exclusive styles. These are all very atlractlve In material, quality mill styles. THE NEW TfilNGS FIRST More Neti) Silk Crepe Dresses can scarcely describe tho varied styles In these new dresses. The styles ore so out of the ordinary. Some ore embroidered with flno Bilk or beads; there are fluffy taffetas or soft, rich georgette crepes in plain shades or. in fancy print- ed It will pay you lo make a visit to our store and .see these out of the ordinary frocfcB, PHONE 1251 PROMPT DELIVERY RYLANDQ J, V AND COMPANY CORRECT DRESS FOR WOMEN Tiding of llie pulllc school laiv. ant] .ror u rovlsiou of the Public so as to afford encouraljemont to these: Plans lieeu matured tlie [ciitnthvSn'L, of agriculture for aifohl- ns a greater'slimulus to ngrionltiiral iro'IucMoii in this province, for im- jrorlng tho quality1 of livestock and or .fostering certain undRrtaltiuga on olialf of tho farnier wliich cannot be accomplished by individual effcrt. The leiiafttnent irropose3t lo take steps to tring the advantages ot agricultural education more directly home to tiie people. In order to safeguard the .in- .eresls ot milk and cream shippers a bill will bo introduced to regulate the purchase mi.k and creanv MONTREAL TURNS DOWN SIXTEEN STOREY HOTEL MONTREAL, March admin- istrative commission last night decided to reject tho application for a slste.on- storey hotel building to cost in.Montreal. The reason given is thai the city, having sound building laws tbe commissioners a'ro of the Opinion thai they should be maintained. dor the present by-laiv no building higher lhan ten stories is permitted to be erected in Montreal. Experienced mothers Zam-Buk it injBriei and troublet, bectuie: It is poisonous mineral coloring. !t is cuts and burns taking the Wronf; way. It is [jam quickly. It heals every lime. Just as good for grown- ups. Sold at all alorti and drvggisli. latn-Buk He just loves its delicious chocolaty flavor. Kiddies who get FRY'S reg-uiany ,are vigor- oils, warm-blooded and healthy. They throw off colds quickly. They are more likely to escape epidemics. If you have 'some little pale faces at home, just try FRY'S. You'll be glad you did. months, ivhen the Seiyu-Kai (the Mades ;smaEherl bys tho party created by the laic Prince Ito la In the opinion of the corres- pondent, probably will increase its majority "as the farmers who are not. issolution of Diet Thunderclap To LH.V Behind Move concerned with suffrage, backbone of the parts'." arc the STEAMER WRECKED SYI1NBV, C. the steering gear torn avvay and propeller by force of 'thpj gate, the.rjoinln'Ion Coal. Company's sleamer sbofe of Scattarl sp'lit'ln wo'afniishlps, after battling for Satur- day's storm. The crew is safe. Auto sales of wert made in one day at .the DetfoJE auU ShOW. TOKIO, March llara's droit move in proclaiming dissolution f the Diet TTSK a thnnder-'dap to the ross and public alike, and the news- apers aro husy seeking reasons other lian those ostensibly advanced for the premier's says the corrcspon- ent of the London Tinier. Premier Jara asserts that the suffrage aE-tn- ion, st.rring nu dangerous radical lements, rendorcd prompt action Im- But the press lias almost Ihe view that ho crisis has been precipitated liy mrcly party considerations. j Much capltftl Is helng made out an tillcged hlurider by foreign onicoI ofliclais concerning the publication of liplon'.alic Mocuments reviewing con- fidential matter. The__jiewRpaper okuinln Shlmbum says: "A certain diplomatic blunder .hrcatened exposure which would be a serious Wow to the government; Had Ihe matter been pressed by (he opposition, there was no aUernalivc except resignation." v The correspondent expresses the opinion that the use of tho imperial rescript may never again be exercised, as'.the whole proceeding was strangely at variance with the Elections arc expected within five J. D. CHAPLIN Unionist member for Lincoln, who, dissatisfied wllh his scat !n tho "over flow" In. the new Commons chamber, threatens lo move his desk bodily across the chamber unless It is mov- ed lor him YOU CAN BEAT THETROFITEERT by cutting out the expenr sive foods (so lacking in real nutriment) and eating the simple, natutaLinexpeiv sive foods that contain the largest amount of. digest- ible nutrimentShredoed. Wheat contains more real, mitrimentthanineat or eckjs, is more easily digested man potatoes or other starchy foods. Two of these little loaves of baked wheat with hot milk (or hot water'and butter) make a turnrishiiig, meal at a cost of a few cents.