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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta s 'UlUnSDAY, MARCy 14, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAn.Y HERALD (Spoolal to fho IlcriUd) tlclij^oiiton, AUa.,' M%rcir,'; 14.-^the Vharmacentical proteiBlon in Al.t||erta^ U brought unddr the^contfol ot tha untrerftlty ot Alberta, Ukethn other professions. Another provUiSh mteaded to provont a medlRal prac-tittoiior opening adrvie itore and placing an unqtialitled man in cbarge. Tljerc it Is provided that no person ,8ljail open oi' carry on any sloro or otli6r sliojj.or place of buslnesa for retailing, dfuponilng � or' compo.iAdln^ certain poiionB, druga of medicines without Qomplying-with the-reauire inents of the association and having the store under thO' immedfatd per-flonal suporvitiipn of a bona' fide' manager and conducted by a piiarmactal chomlat.' A new class of omployoe is created, "certified clerks," who shall have olflciatod not less than" throe years as apprentice. The act authorizes them to (ill certain proscriptions under tho direction ot the pharmacist and sell certain poisons. But tho re-Bpdnstbility of any 'mistake rests as at ;,hre�ent" uponthe qualitlod drug-glats. ' Reciprocity  Reciprocity is prcjvlded botwoon lie-�ntiale� in pharniacy in the United Kingdom, the United' States and other provinces in Oeoada, the university passing, upon the quallficatlonB of .those desiring fo "Start business lb the province, .. . " - NO SUCCESSOR,TO 8EVIQNV  Winnipeg, Mar. 14,-Tho Ottawa corrospondsnt of the Free I'reaa :Bullotln saya: "Tho reslgntttlon of HfJi. Albert Sevigny from tho govern-raont ha^ bonh tlnaUy accepted hy;-,filr Robert Borden. . "Tllo announcement was given oUt this morning.; There will -be no uccaiiaor api^ointed as the inland portfolio -Is .under Hon. Arthur Slfton;''  % POLICE FORCE 10 THAT PICTURE GROUP. OFFICIAL SIMNI FOOD REGULAIIONS Ottawa, Mar. 11,-Tlie following official statement, was Issued this mor-tiing -fey the Canada food board: "Wilful waste of any food products, resulting from carelessness, manner ot storage or any 9ther avoidable cans as, is now illegal and subject to heavy penalties. MuntctpaHtles arp obligated to enforce this regulation within their roRpootive municipal limits. An ordor-In-councll has been passed embodying these provlsfona which were Initiated by the Canada Cowl hoard and recommended to tho cabinet council by the minister of agriculture." Tho Canada food board Is given power under the order, If It has reason to bolievo that food In any � warehouse, store, private house,' building, ship, railway car or other conveyance is liltely to become unfit for human con sumption, to require its .immediate sale or such other dUposal as will prevent further doterlorailon or Iqsa ot tho food. If' tho owner of persou control ling such food, upon receipt of such notlco does not at once comply with tho terras of tho Canada food board's notice, the board may seize the fo�4l and sell it, or take such other action as It may deem nocesaary to prevent further loss or deterioration. fidmontoir, Maro^ li.-^Tlie appoint^ wiqnt ot n fourth ,memtior of th6 pro-, vlncinl police commission to haVe sole charge of the suppression' of th*e liquor traffic was a deputation from tho Albprta. Social Service. League, which, waited' upon Premier Stewart today. Even with the prohibition of interprovinclai shipments after April 1, The deputation pointed out, there would bo large stocks ot liquor left In the prtWlnoe, and further Illegal trafficking might be expected. To meet these conditions It was felt that moro stringent measures would bo necessary, and those the deputa-ion auggcatod were on Increase of the police force by adding plain 'clothes men; power to tho police to arrest of-Conder.i without warrant, ond puniih-mont of all offenses by imprisonment. The enforcement of the llquof act, it was claimed, had boon a failure imder present conditions, the commlasion's policy having been Inadequate and a mistake. AN .njrbody t�ll me why? TH* ci\f�� ot It dirthe? We (wy whfne'er  �rOu� , � tff � �e�: , :  \ "It's' cood 'ot 'yovi, bu� look at m�: / Ttaat awful nsicl of. rolntl'' Then some one else will ��y: "It'a nna 'Of you, but look at m�I I am not one ^ of those mlnelnfc urc'�ture� Whose looks dep�nd oa r�cular features. I'm ohttDveabU, you ��e." Oh, why to hum&n neture : The vision clear ocfor Gav* His Patent v Bedfordj Ohio.~"I /�f�i in-a pitiful condition.' wca>(,:,. I c^uitfhH gtve you any better.'-I* toa^ir,'''ind"ti�day I ant aa .wall.and atrong aa any ^man could with to 1M, and it #a8 Vinol, / that aarad ma.'^-rllrt. Frank A. Horle4p-ra 40jcent bor from your drufKlflt'Beftns, your head-clear, stomach^ BWlspt and your-'liver rer^lnr for OT^>ith|.;r~'A"l^�''''PeweSt. iCHOR ppNAlDSON LINE >(tfat|on apply to Agentt t^OffIper'270 Main 8t Wlnh'lped., ' CABINET Of^r HOLIDAYS.- PAGE NI?flB Winnipeg, Mar. 14.-Nearly two' million acres have been �et aaidei In the Peace River' district fpr the soldiers' settlement achem; It was learned this morning. NOOELAYIN ADDITIONAL SPORT CONDITION Nl Takes Part in Benefit Bout at Paris But Tired Badly COL. BELCftER, C. M. 0. A Former-Realdent of Lethbrldge. mmim libudon, M'ar. 14.-Geriuun prlaonerfj of war are to be distributed over areas which the enemy's aircraft arc sub-jecWng to attack in Ihelr raids, according to the Evening Knws today. "Thifr," says the Xe\v.�, "is being done because the allied govemments have Icai-ned' that iirisonars ot their nBtlonallllfes In- German hands already ha've been bo placed In nil tpwns .which'the German government considers , likely to he attacked." Georges Carp'ontler has hoxed in public for the second time since the beginning of.the war, three and ono-half years ago. Aa on another occasion, bl.s appearance was at the Tro-oadero, across the Seine from Blff&l Tower, iwhere a benefit for wfiundeU French soldiers was hold. The Krench, champion had been' Ip the ring on other occasional especially dui;/ng the last year. It is more than eigtrt months since Carpontier "hail been, actively engaged nt the front as the pilot ot a Iwo-seated French p|)-servatlon airplane, a blmotor, Caud-ron. � Last month the boxer contracleA a severe cold, which sattlod on bis chest, and he vas granted coarales-cent leave, which he spent at Nice, bu(r afterward returaod to Paris. Leave Extended Hisi' leave was extended on his physician's recomraendatlon. as it was nniiounced that � Carpentier'a nerves wcro-toad and that his digestion was Impaired. Nevertheless, the champion was much in � evidence'-eit the various bars and restaurants ^(th his big Belgian police dog. * ". Since early last spring- Oarpentieri' has been expecting any day to recelV'6;  a furlough for three months frornKflie i; French army, enabling -him to. visit ! the United,. States to box. Ho h'as(un-|; nounced his wlliingnesH-to donate'pi: certain portion ot the receipts, to. the � French Hod Cross fund, but the exact' ' percentage has never been dfetlnitely j i asserted .by himself or hi's . forihev' i manager, Francis Descamps. Des-camps has hinterl that Carpontler's apponranoe in tho ring in Americo would be "good propaganda" for the allies, however. Thinner Than Ever Ciirpentier was never lean while HtfippBd In the ring last March In tt slfs-round exhibition bout with a husky French heavy.wolght. But at tho Trocadnro he seemed thinner tlian over-even to the point ot emaciation. It seemed .as (bough co'uld wear a No: l.l'collar. Ills cheekx are fallnn, 'hlind8 from their rlng.'tlde seats an Cartiefitier'B''-chest and stomach dilated- ond contrnctfid Ilka a bellows under the pace tho jJlodding Bfil-glau Ifd to.the-.wltid up; But C'livpen-tlei- uiiilntulned all his old time popularity with'-the- fans. Bo.iing fans who.saw.,the "show," both civilian and ;sol.(liert>.,wero unanimous In the-opiprion (1 hat Georges must quit cigarettfis  and ppcTttpilH and do a lotof hpnost-lo-goodnesH train- ENO'S FRUIT SALT Famou* for Forty yearn Settlma the-Stomaeh Siimulateaih* Liver ^trengijhena- . Digeation^. , Purifies the Blood Irtg If he oxijeots to go to the United. StatOH bud pick iiii soma money tor tho Ri'd Crnsa or do "propaganda" work or anythiuK i'lse, uuIbsb ne wants" to leave his titly In AniBrlca. , ., Your liver Is the Best ^ Beauty Doctpr � A dull, yellow, lifeless elcin, or pinnple* �nUtire.tB' iBrmer and more evenly flavored H the molBtenlng be prepared hetore putting in the bak-Ing-dlak. � ��'�;�'���-�;',-� .New Sttiinnc for'Datea. Mix a'ctlft paete of iotng suga^r and the white of egg. Flavor with vanilla i^ndooior.a vfi* jgreep with pl�tiM:h{o pt.iiplnaeh colorings ^tone the datea and stuff them with the mixture, ai-lowing It to ho'w. Brush it lightly with white of^ egg and Bprtnkla with deaaloaU'd'eocoanitt. ' � Ji^^'ifJurioue r�!.r/ ,^ ,lt la.a atr nev^ti-* sf fv� riwape-frplt. In ' the skin. If used it is taken out .in aubes, and served on lettuce; It ouly tho Juice Is d��l!rod. It 1� served In frs-rsiv* 4. 41 41 � � � > � > f ^ -*� � �  CAN. AIRMAN mJURCD  Toronto, Mar^h l'4.~A' t^la-^.^ gram fvom the commandant of T tho School of Aerial aiinnjBrjrr,A are a fracture of the righf, t))lgh ? aivd t*o left 1db> tils uflnt-.qt; "The pasTsongor, UuitQd � Stftlea Cadet Howard, BJ^ rf. tlnger,^ U, S, A., . auffaratVl*/;* - hiolten ^lb^andotl)e^|.ml�flr Jrii >�*' � * �  ^t **Thi8 Suit has been a boon to me; I have given it constant wear and its shape-* ' retaining qualities are really,wonderful'^ ' "Well/ John, who tailored it ?" " . ^ - * - � ' y . - 'Why Fit-Reform. They understand,the methods of turning out good clothes. The ^ doth looks as if it had never been worn" "They,must have expert buyers ' who make siich happy selections" ....... ...^ ' , - . , /VHave you never^worn Pit-Reform > Th^n take my advice and' buy yoiir n'eW suit there; Mention my name when ybu pay your visit to ' McICFXVIE & McG-UIRE 8440 09394034 49 12834563 9999999 ;