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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MARCti 14, 1018 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HER ALU \ s STRICT REGULAT1 > ! > �8 NO 8UCCE880R TO SEVIGNY (Special to the Herald) Edmonton, A Ha., M*rch -The pharxnucentlcal profession in Alberta Ik brought under the control of the university of Alberta, like tho other professions. Another provision is Intended to prevent a medical practitioner opening a drug store and placing an unqualified man in charge. There It is provided that no person .shrill open or carry on any Bloro or othor shop, or place of business for retailing, "dispensing or compounding certain poisons, drugs or medicines without complying with the requirements of the association and having the store under 'the immediate per-aonal supervision of a bona fide manager and conducted by a pharmacfal chemist. A new class of employee is created, "certified clerks," who shall have officiated not lees than three years as apprentice. The act authorizes them to fill certain prescriptions under the direction of the pharmacist � nd soil certain poisons. But the responsibility of any "mistake rests as at present upon the qualified druggists. Reciprocity Reciprocity jh provided between licentiates in pharmacy in the United Kingdom, the United States and other provinces in Canada, the university passing upon the qualifications of .those desiring to start business in the province. J I' t ^ t Winnipeg. Mar. U.--Tnc Ottawa correspondent of the Free Press Bulletin says: "The resignation of Hwi. Albert Sevigny from 'the government has bonn finally accepted by-#Rlr Robert Borden. "The announcement was given out this morning. There will be no succoHsor appointed as the inland portfolio is under Hon. Arthur Sifton." ( ? v V V 3K FFICIAL STATE ill MEN rABINET THAT PICTURE GROUP. Ottawa, Mar. U.-The following official statement was issued this morning by the Canada food hoard: "WJIful wasto of any food products, resulting from carelessness, manner of storage or any other avoidable causes, is now illegal and subject to heavy penalties. Municipalities arc obligated to enforce this regulation within their respootive municipal limits. An order-in-councl] has been passed embodying these provisions which were initiated by the Canada food board and recommended to tho cabinet council by the minister of agriculOvre." The Canada food board is given power under the order, if It has reason to believe that food in any warehouse, .store, private house, building, ship, railway car or other conveyance Js likely to become unfit for human consumption, to require its .immediate sale or such other disposal as will prevent further deterioration or loss of tho food. Tf' tho owner or persou control- ling such food, upon receipt of such ' notice does not at once comply with the terms of tho Canada food board's notice, the hoard may seize the fo*4 and sell it, or l.ako such other action as it. may deem necessary to prevent further loss or deterioration. AM anybody fell me why? The cfcUBs of tt d#fln�? We tay whene'er � atomp �yr* nee: "It's good ' of " yon, but look at. me; Tbat awful poi* 1 of rolno!" Then some one else will say: "It's fine Of you, but look at me! I am not one. of those mincing creature* "Whona looks dnpend on regular feature*. I'm ohHngreable, you see. Oh, why to hxiniftn naturt Th� virion picture flatter* all th.3 reat. Pu never Hindu us at our beat- Can any o*o tell why? p - 'Saskatoon, Sask., Mar. 14.-Waayl Swystan of Saskatoon h%s entered suit, against the Canadian Ttuthenlan Publishing Company of Winnipeg for $5,000 damages for an article published, December II*. Swystan Is managing director of the Mohyla Ruthenian Institute. The article reads: "One would calculate that because Mr. S. is completely immoral and a fallen creature without manners or conscience, the institute should have been incorporated as a. penitentiary for the acum.of Ukrainian descent." .Mr. Swystan claims "Mr. S." refers to himself. VINOL THE BEST TONIC Honest Opinion Doctor Gave HU Patient Bedford, Ohio.-"J was in a pitiful condition, weak, tfcrvous and run down so I could not do my housework. I had doctored for -y-ars- and tried everything under the sun. A friend told me about Vinol. "I aaked my doctor about it, and he replied, 'It certainly is the best fnedicine that can be had today. I couldn't give you any batter/ I took ir/'jftrtd' today I em as well and strong aa any woman could wish to be, and it Was Vinol that saved me.*'-Mrs. Frank A. Hor* key, Aah St., Bedford, Ohio. We guaratit.ee this famous cod liver sued iron tonic for all such conditions. J. O. HIQINBOTHAM A CO., LTD, Druggists, Lathbrfdge. Also at the bast druggists In all Alberta towns. MOTHER ON HOLIDAYS. O-MORROW 1� a holldey, 'Hooray:" But will aomebody pleas* explain Why auch a febrile Jot wa fei|m? Wfcy thu* we aay: "Hooray," Upon a holiday T holid drag: we�ri TAKE "CASCARETS" IF Best f r Liver and Bowels,*. B^d Breath, Bad Colds, Sour 8tomaoh. (Jet. a 10-cent box. Sick headache, biliousness, coated tongue, head and nose clogged up with a cold-always trace" this *jo torpid liver; delayed, fermenting food In tha bowels or.Bour^ gassy stomach. - Poisonous matter clogged In the intestines, instead of being cast out of (he system is re-absorbed into the blood. ,When' this poison reaches tha delicate brain tissue it causes congestion and that dull, throbbing, sickening headache. * Cascarets immediately cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigested food and foul gases, take the excess bile from the liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poisons in the bowels. A Cnacaret tonight will surely straighten you out, by morning. They work while you sleep-a 10-cent box from your druggist means,your head clear, rdomach sweet, and your liver r*gula r for months..-Advertisement. For tfifl. Alore dinner-then an extra treat. On such days th*y do nivna-lit but phi. And everywhere, unbounded "Confusion worse ccn-founflad." The/children i�unt, pM In fhair boat / Be drerfsfld; An*! by thi� time I'vp s�aiw 14. -(ierniuu prisoners of war are to be distributed over areas which the 'enemy's aircraft nrp subjecting to attack in their raids, according to the Evening News today. "This," says the Now?, "in being done because the aiifcci government's , have learned that phnoners of their i nationalities in German hands already have been so placed in all towiiB �which the (_.>,*man government considers likely in he attacked." i Ottawa. March 14.-The address in reply to the speech from the throne, it is announced, will be moved in the house by H. M. Mowatt, Liberal-Unionist member for Farkdale, Toronto, and seconded by Dr. J. L. Chabot of (Ottawa. .-The debate on tho, address will open on Tuesday, It is not expected that it will he prolonged. As soon as it is concluded, the new deputy speaker of the house will be elected and general business of parliament taken up. It is understood that Ihe main estimates will be tabled at an early date in the Eiossloii and that the most important government legislation will be Introduced with brief delay. Georgen Carpontier has hoxeii in public for the second timp slnco the beginning of the war, three and one-half years ago. As on another occasion, his appearand was at the Tro-eadero. across the Seine from Kfffel Tower, -where a benefit- for wounded French soldiers was held. The French champion had been In the ring on other occasion*, especially during the last year. It is more than eight months since Carpentler had been, actively engaged at the front as the pilot of a two-seated Krencb observation airplane, a bimotor, Caud-ron. � Last month the boxer contracted a severe cold, which sot tied on his chest, and he was granted convalescent leave, which he spent at Nice, but afterward returned to Paris, Leave Extended Hi�- leave wa� extended on his physician's recommendation, as it was announced that � Carpentler's nerves were-bad and that bis digestion was impaired. Nevertheless, the champion was much in evidence'- < * <� C1 *C* *2* Kf  * * *  1 W (