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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE Ulf.HT mm Till? DAILY IIKRAU) MONDAY, MAKCH 10, 191? uMicaticHi to retain the sectirei thv it touiut I unsatisfactory, fu fact auyiiiiuj i> j the naxare ot complaints be wel- comed at the bureau and will save htm pas sins on who have shown incompetent to hsudle the jobs tor which they have been ed. 1 C ID the natter of re- I T turned men "W'-e preferment is siv- .1 I U them unless ;icir are to cu' hand tie jobs will have to be clonj u civilians. Returned Not Repsteria5 As Freely As they Should To Get Positions Labor conditions according to Presi- dent LongwwUi. 0. V, A. of the provincial labor not too liia. Since tfce 15th ct January men anfl Tomen through the 0 hands ot the turesu in applications Proposed rire Department rur- The distinguished service irod Military Cross for Lieut. E. recorded in tho Loudou Times a; Lieut. W, K. Kr.irao. 1st .Motor Uripule. Can. M. if. con- spicuous gallantry devotion t J Only the aeliin near Yil- lers-lts-Oajrincourt, on Sopl. As section eoiunfaniier o" the he brought his action :isaiiist a hostile field battery, keeping them out of ac- tion until they were fcrced to re- tire. He was baoly woundwl while reconnoitring. positions. Of .these 140 were placed. Xineiy five per ceni of Ihose placed were unskilled workers; only were skilled. Jlr. LoDgwortk says he Is gel- ting U'ES applications from women than jobs. There are eight or nine jobs, waiting for applications at with board loiJs- Will Moiome Whob Brigade MAY CHANCE BONDS March convcnVlico ol holders ot fully registered bonds of Ilio Yiilorv J.o.111 pf ISIS, the deixirum-ni ot finance is prepare.! from tho ISth lo 31st of March. IMS to make transfers fully regis- tered bonds Imy coupon-bonds. Ou account of the necessary Korli to complete tlio issue of Ihe loan the department will not be in a position 1, lo make ir.v.isfers of, fully registered boiuis from one holder to another cr 10 trans- fer coupon boarins boriijs lo fully lomls. WJWOrW MoklKKAI.. March a keenly coulested election, tho scope of which'exlends from the Atlantic, to .j. the I'acitic, M. Uougall. president o: tho Nova aud Iron t'ompauy, yesterday was declared as the Canadian Mining McKAV BROS., CARMANQAY, BUY S2000 TEAM liil.VXUOX. horse sensation of the fair was pul'.cj eft when W. sold hU chain- jiioa team ot gildings, UanaUl and Sandy, for the record- breaking' price ot tho highest price ever paid for geld- ings In Oauaila. Tho buyers TOOIHHAVEKISI CAOSETflKICH stilluo for the comiiig were McKay Urvs., of Carman- uf I ho necessity c{ unily iK-twoeu Ciiyitnl and Tho duke in this mutter us ctilimEstiV, "with faith in ihe inherenl, sound comuiousense of the cUlieurol iho British Kiupire." Alta. This team won three -first prizes, including a flrsl in the horse taudem team. Tha matter ol registration. LougTcorth is very im- j portant It means that when a situa- tion is vacant and a man is lie can immediately supply the need i It lie has the names and addresses off those who are in need of jobs, on hand.! Jlr. Longworth is ausious tbat em-1 plovers should know that when labor is supplied from Ihe bureau there is no iir! CONVICTION OF EUGENE DEBS, SOCIALIST LEADER UPHELD BY U. S. COURTS' Away it Travels 250 v Jliles NEW TURK GOVERNMENT CON'STANTI.VOPI.B. March neiv cabinet the ministry of Tewfik 1'asha, recently icsiyiied, is composed a.s Tolfjws: finincl vizier and minister of foreign affairs, Dainad Pasiia; Sheik-ul-lslatu. -Mnstapha Sabri Hfendi; .Minister of; War, Ahmed Abouk Pasha; Minister of the interior, Ujemcil lley; Mluisl-' er of marine, Shakri Pasha; Miuist- As a result of the library campaign cr of jjnince, Tcwfik Day; Minister on Saturday there have been some pf jmblic instruction, AH Keiual Hey; SC'.'li volumes collectt'il. Amonpit Minister ot posts and telegraphs. >leh- these Ihere are 19 volume? of "Makers nied Ali Minister of imliUe of 7 volumes of "World's works. Avnl 'Pasba; Minister of ag- "amous Orations." the ninth edition riculture, Kdhem Minister of jus- of the Encyclopaedia Britaunica, a Eel tice. Ilkdi Bey; rresiilclit of has been'of S volumes of It. I.. Stevenson's council of state, Alidiil Iladu Eftemli. Susidars With Summer Comimg Om I.OXDOX. March ratrous .of tho ice cream parlor, received cvuitc a setejo jolt uu Sat- urday they discovered that "t four ot tho dowtitown jiarlors soino- body had been busy with a hlue jxmdl til and marked all sundaes up to cents. At lUe Klrkhy bow- ever, a ISc sundae was Sonn-hosv this just seemed like the last straw, for the vrico uf ic are herpTrw tbeir and acquiring the habit of Thrift. Ott the farms are buying W-S.S. be- the Government the money to export orders for the food raised on Canadian farm. This triakes their rnarketsure. Men, women and children of or We, are investing in VV-S.S. a is absolute and the interest is' Bfl-atesfly high. Some day they will look back iriA greattatisfaction to the day when they bought first Stamps. Yoa Bought Yotjr Stamp Today? v v. v L ati h T n rade XII Giliies ST, FalrfieW 86, E. Fowler S5, A.1 Hardic 75. R. Filler C2, vill please you, v The above prices will apply at all our markets. P.BURNS CO. Limited PALACE MARKET THIRTEENTH 8TREF.T PI Rckil License No. 5-7953 MAIM MARKET TK'.fl? AVENUE SOUTH 412 AND I3M Canada Food Board RetKI tlcenw Ho. 9-7952 DOMINION MARKET COR..4TH AVE. AND 6TH ST. PHONE 1K4 CajiadJl Food Board Retafi License No. 645. .ociated Press from is this rise, can not'be attributed to i ill Canadian iiiililnry head- iho lirlca ot Ice cream. Tli; iquurters in London lhat Hie .reason wes that the- price ot ies as Ihe result of the riotinK at trulls had gone up, yet o-' llliyl do not exceed Jive to 15 killed: Saturday, sundaes trimmed wllh I'an und wounded nuts anil chocolate respective .Major-Gen.'Sir Hlchanl Turner. I''.1' hail also "rh" wliii'h sceincil 1C chfcf of tho t'ntiadian gener.il sraff. meaning into Iho (erni who proceeded lo llliyl to hold an fruit." While inquiry, returned to London todav nud "I1 slightly recently, lie his reuoit is belli" this 'evil-' lhilt lh? lug. Iwealhcr, the pries will, efirae down It I; whether the men will Wnlimia an certainly Higher In pricj te chargeil before tlie civil courts of tlicrc has been no increase slnca Loudou depends-upon Hie findiues of flirlsdoas. The price'of chocolate ail. the couimandcr-m-cliicf. t f "need a very small amount in the lasl i Aberwle cnrespifililont of fcttr >'ot ccllls cstra ls lm _ Ihe Manchester Guardian .-.vires charged tor this dish. nuny who partlcliiated in ilic disturb-) The ice cream all look- ai-.ct-s at Kimmel camp. II is believed lug Blum and asking why the price had no serious intention ot revolting, is being raised Jutl when summer i; Some regarded the proceedings us coming nnrt their appetites will be play. The experience .ot Urgesl. ntM. that Ihey will a military policeman Is quoted: 1 lie callins.for more, fresh fruiIs. IMu "When cycliug to the eamp he ro'de trails in the summer tiny-. into a crowtl ot soldiers who liad Some. person ought to get buss Out.. March 11. Ti'.c occurred at his home here yesterday of W. 11. _ __________ _ Coirstock, SO years old. UL-. en into 'two banels of beer ami' Invent I "rocotistrnctiull sundae' omnSEcd couEioerable wealth as they were drinking from pans. The at ICc or 2 for a Quarter ami see him 0 rioters slopncil the policeman' and it would take with tlio inthltc. good huuiorertly refused lo nllow-him to pass until he had dnmk a full Lester, a chorus girl fn a f. beer." London theatre, has married Count I Tha authorities have bECntcil it ad- Xliorowski, a Polish nobleman, who visaWe to remove liquors In canteens, inherited 'il great fortune Irom his Bverythtae was quiet today. Many Miners who ire subject to cotight, colds, tender throats, weak lungs or more serious pulmonary ills, should receive wonderfpi help ind strength from the duty use of SCOTTS EMULSION Its rich, nourishing and'tonic virtues ore a bulwark of strength to the miner threatened with weakness. Seott't helps i. keep the Mood pure ant) tne tTQA strong to resist disease. Trffl .Terr Scctt fi: Bairae. 'totanta. Gat. ;