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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TULKSDAY. MAHCH 10.1W1 PAGE KEEP BARS IIP IN CASE OF CENTRAL Bona Fide Workmen'and Do- No Change Af- fectinjt U. S. OTTAWA, Mar. itrlkiif chunKes In the regulations governing the admission of to Can- Ida are reported to be under consid- eration by the cabinet. These, which tre expected to be'panged within the next tlay o> two will, It IB said, main- tain or Increase the money regula- tions at present In force, and will mil only boHlaffde' wifrkera'ajHTdonMR- tie help, immigration from Britain, France or. the United States, will, It la not be hindered by the now regulations, but. tlio bars will kept up against immigrants from Central Europe. While the regulations being con slderad. are reported -to be fairly stringent, li'fs not expected that they will in any the coming to Canada persona who are to farm work.. Provision will- likely be made in the case of farm laborers are coming to Canada with defi- nite employment arranged for to al- low those to enter free. The same, it Is understood, may be dona with per- sons coming to as In the case of a wife coming to join her husband or children coming to Canada to join their parents. The regulations are expected to come the cabinet council this' week. In case' of Immigrants whose hive already been booked, but who are unable to get passage regulations, come into effect, there probably will be a clause providing for their admission under the regulations now existing. An Ijnportam clause, (t is under- stood, will deal with the admission of skilled labor. In the case of mechan- ics of all classes, the proposal ta said to, be to admit only such men as there la an actual demand for in any line of work. REPRIEVE GRANTED IN TELLBTT CASE CONDON. .Mar. announcement made last night that Charles Tellett, Canadian soldier under, sentence of death in Bpixton prison for the murder of his sistor-ln-law, had received a 'reprieve, now appears to have been unollclal. There Is, however, every reason to believe that the well founded and that the feoipe' rettary will commute Tellett'sr tmi-'H nn the of' KIDNEY PILLS WORK while you sleep" Do yon feel -bilious, constipated, headachy, upset, full- of cold? Take one or two Cascarets tonight for your liver anrti bowels. Wake up with head clecr, stomach Tight, breath sweat and feeling fine. No griping, no In; convenience. Children love Cascareta toe. 10, '25, 50 cents. Cuncura Soap Complexions Are Health REMOVE INSURANCE LIMIT. MAIL MATTER OTTAWA, Mar. to poslofflea act hare received ant reading la provide tor tka eetablUassent of a provldlw tor "iMurtace against Ion of matter and fii an Insurance (M, to be prepaid." This clause tbe present limit of Insurance OB mall matter. Another eUnse that let. ten under paid fo forward chart- ed with double pottage. At present under paid letters are got forwarded. I 1FERINOHAWA National Conference of Build- ing Labor and Contractors Called by Minister OTTAWA, March conference of tivcs of employers and employees en- gaged in the building and construction industry has been called by the minis- ter of labor for May 3, at Ottawa. It will be similar to the national indus- trial conference held In Ottawa In September 1919, eiccpt that It will be confined to the building and con- struction Industry. In a brief statement handed out by the minister of labor. It Is pointed out that, at a recent lesriofl at the nation- al joint conference hoard of the build- ing and construction Indutry of Can- ada, which ii at represen- tatives of both the employers and em- of the industry, a resolution wa> passed proposing that the labor department should call a conference to discuss question1 of interest to both. The propoul was submitted to the minister or 3. f. Anglra. on behalf of the employer! and Tom Moore, on behalf of the employees, and was a> by the minister. Thirty dele- gates representing each ride will be invited to attend the conference. "Stimulation of the enlldlnf and con- struction industry at this tine is un- doubtedly a matter of general public says the statement. "Build- ing operations have, for several yeare. past, been retarded and should now go forward on a scale that will meet present demands for housing and oth- er building accommodation." ALLIES DEMAND ALL AUSTRIAN WAR MATERIAL If your grocer were greedy for profits he would not be content to sell and recom- mend Red Rose Tea at a less profit than he mahes on other teas. But it is a fact that he does make less on Red Rose than on other teas, and he recom- mends it because he Knows its quality is the best. ASKSRESULIOFGAS MANY QUESTIONS ASKED THE HOUSE Saskatchewan Farmer Member Would Uarr, Whether it Was Effective OTTAWA, Mar. Press.) results of the tests in the of gm> to combat the grasshopper plague in Saskatchewan last year aru requested by O. R. Gould He wants to know the costs of the teats and whether or not Another pla- expected this year. Mr. Gould is also asking the gor- the number of export liqucr licenses Issued In Saskatchewan dur- ing 1919 and and if it Is the Intention of the government to close out export liquor houses Government ministers and officials' travelling' expenses during 1920 are being brought up by Col. Peck V.C., who wants to know, the toUl amount expended 1n this manner and the amount chargeable to min- isters and officials for telegrams. Col. Peck is also asking the number I of troops carried by the Canadian National and C.P.R., west of Winni- peg, during the demobilization period In 1919 and 1920. VIENNA, Mar. demand (or Immediate delivery of all the military material not ret surrendered under the treaty of St. Oermaln was by the allies here today and It Is un- derstood the cabinet agreed to com- with the-ilemand, U is believed the action of the allies -was Inspired by the German situation, together with the long delay In dellrerr and the more or positive resistance to this feature of the treaty. WHO DOT ITt TRENTON, N. J., Mar. short- age of gallons of liquor worth, at bootleftlu prices, more than 000.000 hail been discovered In .the government bonded warehouse la Newark, it was officially announced here'today. CHARGE RANEV CAYUGA, Ont, March A threat that Attorney-General RAney would be brought before .the courts for alleged of dishonesty vhlch were said to- have been framed against Magistrate Hastings by the attorney-general ins yesterday at the investigation being conducted here regarding the dismissal of Hastings for alleged laiity la enforcing the 0. T. A. GRIFFITH, SLAVER, INSANE MONTREAL, Mar. R. Griffith, self-confessed slayer 'of Wm. A. Holland, Montreal stock broker, who waa shot and badly wounded on January 14 In the office of MacDougall Brothers, wat this morning found by a special Jury to Iw unflt, by reason of Insanity, to stand trial for the mur- der of Holland and' therefore will be confined until Instructions as to his future-are received from the-lieuten- ant-governor. OTTAWA, March Michael Clark. Red Deer, in tho house of com- mons, wants the government to stalo the number of incomes of or over on which income tax was collcct- eti during the last fiscal year. A. W. Chisholro, Inverness, is seek- ing to ascertain how many census commissioners have been appointed in the provinces of Canada and how many in each province are returned soldiers. I. E. Pedlow, South Renfrew, asks if tho government recently refused a large 'number of Polish immigrants admission to Canada. Thos. Vien, Lotbiniere. asks how many operating divisions there are on the C. N. R., the names of the divis- ions ,the operating expenses, gross receipts, surplus or deficits for the years 1919 and 1920. RAILROAD SHARES HIT THE TOBOGGAN NEW YORK, Mar. shares were under pressure in today's active and unsettled stock market, losing 1 to 3 points in the first half of the session. Many low records for a year or more were recorded. The most striking instance was that of Pennsylvania which sold oil only a fraction to 37. which was the lowest quotation reached on this stock in this market for about 40 years. CREDIT FOR PALESTINE LONDON. Mar. the es- tablishment of credit'banks in Pales- tine the government has made ad- vances to the farming community, says a dispatch from Jerusalem to- day. During the past seven months the administration bus advanced pounds in agricultural loans and has distributed livestock valued at pounds. These advances are to be repaid within three years. BLUE RIBBON TEA f Rich, strong, full-tfavored the most satisfactory to use, and BLUE RIBBON pos- sesses these qualities to the fullest extent. You can undoubt- edly make more cups of tea of strength with a pound of BLUE RIBBON than with any other tea. TRY IT WE AGAIN INVITE YOU TO OUR WEEK-END FEAST OF SNAPPY BARGAINS 800 yards and dark colors; sqiall and large check and OA-, par weeK-end price...... JvC 200 yards SILK CREPE DE 40 incites wide. Colors pink, black, and white. Imported from France to sell for pur .week- end price LADIES' SUITS We expect eur Lidlee' Suite thl. week. Wt hive and at urrcct prlen. IM our wlndcw early Iniptctlen InvHtd. fancy hrnidlng. 30 CREPE DE CHINE new goods: newest shades Our week-end price 24 HOUSE In dark Print, neatly niudti. Siies ap to 44. Worth 12.50. Our week-end AP price ____ BUNGALOW nr Week-end price Our sale of SERGE AND TRICOTINE DRESSES at has set the world wondering how it can be done. Call and look them Over we can explain. 600 PRINT, in dark and light shades, Our week-end price LADIES' SHOE SALE Table No. 1 has been a drawing card for the storo. It contains 204 pairs of Ladies' Boots. Some arc but- ton, mottly lace high boots, putnpE and oxfords. All represented. np to 19.00. PA Clearing at CHILDREN'S SHOES Table No. 2 has them all guessing. We again ailed the Uble with odds and ends of better priced up to Our clearing price OUR SILK DRESSES same by express yes- terday. New tasty goods, from 10 up to size 44. ?f Reiultt sure. Inspection invited. M LADIES' In Blut Serge, fancy embroidered vith Bilk, wool and beads. Sites 34 to 42. Our week-end price E. J. HILL CO. Maintaining Old High Standards Creating New Low Prices We hive not sicrlfleed quality for high standard of qunlrty de- manded of all goods that gain admission to this Mnre has been watensd man carefully than osual this seaion, and prices throughout every department this big store are lower than they have been for many aeasoni. WITH EASTER ONLY TWO WEEKS DISTANT, THE ADVISABILITY OF MAKING EARLY SELECTIONS IS NOW STRONGLY APPARENT AND MORE ESPECIALLY SO IN VIEW OF THE FACT THAT ASSORTMENTS OF OUTER AND UNDERGARMENTS NOW OFFER .SPLENDID VARIETY OF CHOICE FOR SO EARLY IN THE SEASON, AND OUR ALTERATION DE- PARTMENT IS ALREADY NEARLY TO THE LIMIT IN TURNING OUT GARMENTS AS FAST AS THEY ARE DESIRED. V. Ribbed Top Silk Hose Pair Splendid wearing duality, Sood 'Weight, shown io all colors, and very special value at tho price. Finest Pure Silk Hose Pair superior Qual- ity, shown iu all colors and sizes; same as last season's value. Heather Hose. Per Pair. and New lines just to hand and 3tili finding a ready sale. Plain weaves and ribs. Many pretty color combinations'. LUle Hote, 65c Pair Black, white, and grey. Splen- tiid Quality fine silk lisle. Good range of sizes. All very special value. New York Pattern Hats Very special all at the one price this season. Large and small shapes; splendid qual- ity materials, and right up to the mark in style. Sweaters At Half Price Friday and Saturday to Pullovers and coat styles, very smart, and made of pure wool yarns. Colors, rose, nlle, alice, copen, yellow, paddy, purple, American beauty, etc. Special Value House Dresses of fine ginghams and chamlirays. Our new spring stock just to hand tliis week, and besides featuring ali -the regular sizes. we have extra large women's sizes up to 53 55 bust meas- made in (the same good washing gingham and cham- bray. Gossard Corsets Tto wear with your new spring A model Cor every figure at a price to suit .every purse. Girls'Wash Dresses At Special'Price.' Prints ginghams, sizes.up to 14 years, shown-In a variety a dozen various styles, all of which arc smart and now. BEAUTIFUL NEW SPRING SUITS Equal to Last Year's Showing at to Wonderfully Attractive Suit Values At and ug to In these lots are some of the smartest garments of season, especially ill those suited to youiig la.dies' wear, com- prising as they do fine soft serges, tricotines, and splendid quality tweeds and heavy weight jerseys. Shown in tha popular easy fitting and loose box styles, handsomely trimmed with braid and embroidery work. Full range of sizes 16 to 20 for young ladies; also suitable models and smart styles in women's sizes up to 44. Many Outstanding Values in Coats that women say are much the best in town. All of beautiful quality materials, such aa all wool val- polo cloth, heather and plaid on the cany, graceful lines so much in demand now, ami shown in a moat com- plete oC all the wanted sizes. Beautiful Dresses of Silk or Goth The most attractive models we have seen in many moons. Models featuring the long-waisted and wider skirt so much in demand now and featuring trimmings-with that little touch of fusginess that women like and which make them dlstinc- tivo from the more ordinary models of past seasons. Special for Friday and Saturday, Dress Sale, "Wonderfully attractive value, fully equal to thow