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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE l.KilllMllK.I'. m-.iui.n TL'F.StUY. MAIJCIU8, Protest Cancellation Of Free Shipments KESPHONME 10 G resi.rdiaE wirisers' certificates and j. (Special to The EDMONTON, Alta.. Mar. Telejrains proteiting against a re- ported federal order abolishing thr free traniportaticn of hay from the north to tht south fir- ticns of Alberta were !Jnl to Ot last night by Opposition Leader Georct Hosdtey to Hon. J. A. Crerar. Dominion Minister cf Agriculture and W. A. 8uch.Tn.in. M. P. Deoulatlonj from tht soulli country will call on Premier art today to enlill the service of trc government in opposition to the order. Mr. Koadlty brought up the sub- ject in the house but Premier Stewart saia'he wrs un- aware thai any complaints hsd made that these shipments ccuia not now bt cbtiintd. H1 promised to investigate. The text cf Mr. Hoidlty's mes- to Mr. Bucharvn read: Feed ichedule OJt off. Please K see minister. South country needi feed now and next month more than ever. quantities of feed bought for ccntinuoui de- livery. The government an- nouncement relied on for free shipment to 13th Aoril. quently quantities still need i to be ihippeJ-for The telegram to Mr. Crenr was along the same lines- at the 1'- It of- fices here elicited ihf information ihat no hint of any vu'lvM'd caiicelU- tion of the free order i hail reached local' officials. I'roceeds that they conU only Mystery Letter From Scott Is Unearthed remember. I ne> j uot vhether liny would j nrilitsry duty and I'riceniaUy. 'Hon. J. Hoylo. M' torr.e--qerjcr-.il. attewioa lo the ihe Iroui -M. Scon. lhi> rp.il es- tate ap-m at Winnipeg, acting tor MennoniWJ. which was thcagiit be inisjinjr. hJ.E been in ihe commit. rijht alone. H was wrii-.en dale o'. i'1. and a nolaliou showed it hat tec-u tumtd over tJ K. J. UAley, tbe vrjMicjty agent o.' the province. The istter asked about Aibef- 1.1 fo? a tolony of in the t'r_U6d States, the name "Menrjtmitc' being used. -V departmental let- reply was cent on January 1'.' copy showing iliat this letter; receipt of Scott's com-[ Mii.-rt WS.T. prominent ill the In southern was tj-.a holur--- intbi.i- i-omim-ce of !he legislature. of Wiifs testimony wss tha: willi a ininy oi live other Mtn- nonitt-5 !ii'l Kdmonuin to the ccmiHF of the Jleanoa- itos and interviewed some in lilt governnipt.1' wr.off names lie vould not remember. Ties' "TvaiHed find uui in-.oiennileJ from ihfy "were ____. n'ot." Irr.unication and slated that, maps and Ti-L testimony v.-a? 10 the were ocing 5ent. also ex- ri_ey v.-.are informed itic wmo queries; abou: ihe Old? "l Ottawa had lijstrict" in rcjrird to wheat raiiing over military rcised Ihtv leit Miuouioi; the. .party! copy anotber produced ivcnt nvrjy wrtli tlie impression tlmtjia lae commilte-e was oce from obieftiQli, 50 tiieir corn- f-ioial of imnii- in'i! said n> 'M. Jiie -Mennonltc Soyle Left No Doubl cate of Novembtr icsiified ciplicitly thiijlSlS, quoting the order-in-cuuncil .of. liiW'l'ad an interview with ihe mia-jihe previous month in which it Tas ine'r of education. KC that time Hou. I stated Uiti comrar to liovli- unii'had ueeii informed ada who tad previously emigrated lhai if iuev carr.e they most from the country were not deemed to conform" to the. school laws'oi After-' be exempted, also a liiriher letter iUt- ing that toe Huuerischf HioiUffn were directed to te by tlie iiiinisier in view of the terms of IJ, itnd stalinp: "I jd that il is not ;lie mitus'.er's wis'.i that 1'. C. No. 04 i-hail be apiiiit'd 50 10 operate trains', the au-.UK--.-iuu of bona fide reierred lo in this corrcspnndence w'.ieu such settlers are mentally, morally anil physically sinible. The same triaur.etn other branches i il liie THE PIECE TABLE J you will find all the Inindry, youngsters any time of day, any time of the year, if the "piece" f-f __. the favorite breakfast cereal of children t who are healthy and normal. hundi- f 'red per cent, whole -nothing "wasted or thrown away. The food toistudy onfto play on, It is and easy to serve without kitchen worry botherovith milk MADE SN CANADA Statement -Made lly Minister of Kail ways in Committee This Morning Good blood maka firm tmoe, strong Ssadyej-es and dear bran. Keep your blood purs and full of heahhy, rtd cotpusdts. and your liver active, by using Biecham's Fills, which remove poisonous matters from the system, assist the stomach to assimilate its food, and the food to nourish the body. A world- famous remedy to strengthen the vital organs and to Make Pure Blood OTTAWA, Jlarch early dec- laration of policy by the government ill rcirard lo the Grand Trunk and .Mninii Trunk I'udtie railways was at the first Hireling of th'J u l commission tit the Commons this moniins by Ur. J. D. Kcid, inin- ister of railways. Th? siaiemeiu was lin connection with consideration of (Jrand Trunk lUlihvas' Counuiiy jhsi! itulhoriziug a turiher issue of nd pink, embroidered-arid Hce'trimmed. The valutl W.7S, The fineit and belt and most approved stylet tre ..hown In our big cf plain and Black Silk Sklrti at J14.M; Poplin SWrU In ot. to Fancy Silk In and novelty J15.W. LINGERIE SILK SKIRTS WE HAVE THE GOODS AT RIGHT PRICES. RYLANDS CO The Store of1 Style, Value and Service ;