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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHOAY, MAKCtl 1UK LKlHHmUl.1-; DAILY IIMUU) PAC.K SKVKNTKltt? CMER04WOY WORKERS 4 An iall la main made Iwiiei g( Ulhuridse to al the- lied Cross rooms un Monday afternoon to make sup- piles for Hie emergency hM- pita] which has been opened. The asked to turu OTl in full force for this net- eiury work. 4 Nick Cblbsulk. Austrian, of- Hud- ww Bltd I10' ani1 costs on 'Much 3 tor mowe meal In hl> thai was killed within the list fourteen .dara. MILADI PERSONAL Word UM received that Gun- r.tr UuSley Com. of Ilie 39th nailery, Phone 1224 'Government Will lie Asked if, I Municipalities May Tax I Their Salaries i SATURDAY NIGHT has arrived at Povlland. Maine, an lo be In nest week. Friends of Miss Olca Van Hcckc- are pleated lo see her urouud onco moru after bcr Ions illness- 011 6_ Parades impromptu stretch Iron street lo street. The notes of I'osce are siren and swtet! !MH C Campbell, mother ot MM !Thc vhistlcs Wow. the flass liegin lo Tinning, who formerly resided here.) fly. is a visitor in Ihc city. I Ana colors not run asumn the sky. Mr W J Stlnson is a guest at tho Macdonal.1In Edmonton. I Prances Porter [s confined to: Rut here and there, a sir her home with an attack o! iufluenia.i i Mother Mrs. J. I. Divies yesterday received j Ihe Eiul of the deith of her tim- er Nurse E I. McDonald, at llramlon, Mail. Miss McDonald practiced hen v v profession for some time In Ihln city and was well known. Mr. navies -will accompany tbe remains cast. closed ait'l broke-n-hCiirt-i cd weeps. f Clarke Hussell. 'FLU WORKERS NEEDED Owing- to the scarcity of nurses to rrs'ouR LOW PRICES AND VALUES THAT TELL A SPECIALS. It certainly nayn'io buy corsets Where '.lliey have (he stock and old time values Well-made. L-orwU fn-goMalily of Mrs. C. Mackintosh accompanied bv her mother and sister, left ycster-- uwms- i" day 10 spend the week cud In with the >iu there are I many homes .where ivhule families arc .ill and no one lo makr: the- necessary i Friends ot Mr. E. G. Sick will re- foods tor (be sick. The Kir Alexander Bret to hear thai he is ill with inilu- Gall Chapter, l.O.B-B. in connmc- B Uion with the Xurymj Mission is undertaking lo deliver such !ood to 1 Mra F lvalue with her daughters. Hose so stricken. Any member wish- I May and Dorothy anil son Grant, ot jug to make cither soups or custards kelson n C are spending the week or who can drive tlisir e-ar for ilollv- end in the city with Dr. and Mrs. cring samo kindly phone Mrs. w. 1 cvcrln- Thcv arc en route lo meet Leech, 100V. The neeil ii greal. Ur I.nhc in Chile, South America. Gall Hospital is aha ncesling volun- fc Itecrs to make liiraouu'le. e-ic-, at the 1 'Mrs''" Mel-can, of Leth- hospital. Anyone who can this or >e' relumed home yesterday after Mist a hours daily in nursmi; Vlpll to 'Vulcan. j kindly phone 123S. Fresh eggs are also 'needed al both the Nursing Mission Harry Boner anil son of Lorn- Gait Hospital, i-ond are-vls'illinj the former's sister, COTTON" UNDERWEAR. .1 Ute odd pieces, of. sampiri -underwwr tn vests, drawers sud combinations In beM'quiliiy. Wfll (inlsiicd and, tit- s: Values Jl.OO. Toolghf only .1 A Parks letl yestcrelay I r.oon to visit In Calgary for s of months. OTTAWA. March Gricr- -cou. ot Ottawa, will be pi-esiiica'. Ihei Civil Service IVdoiaUon for neit year. Jic was tbe only one "or ihe office. Nominations for vice pre-iidt'tit lire, numerous, but the clee' l inn a will not take place for sonw, time yet. i T. It. Mclonos. supported by E IJiie. moved 'A resolution asking that the be given to all civil servants of al least a month, pay- aljle alter April 1. i'jK', until the new banns adjusted to the schedule salaries involved in ihe tiou becoir.es operative. It v.-as moved tiy K. Lisle, seconded by Watt, that ihe federalic-n ask Ihc prh'y council if municipalities have the right lo tax the Incomes of fed-] cral civil servants. This carried. Another resoluiion whii-h also carrl ric-'.i asked the civil service cominis-1 uion to rescind the provision which said "in no case will promotion bo approved wiiero tlioro is an adverse report against Ihe person recammeiid- eil in any parl ot Ihe preceding Iwo i Major seconded by G. Watt, moved that in all cases where transfers are considered to be in the 1 interests of the service, that tbe em- plcyee transferred ebculd not be nro- meted to higher or more lucrative po- sition without the knowledge of the j civil sen'ice commission and the dejm- ly beads of the departments affected. A resolution was also carried ask- ing that civil servants who voluntarily enlisted be reinstated without loss of increment In salary- and in pceitions of rarjk lo held on enlist- ment The use of tfe kinds of baking powder is not attractive to the woman that regards purity wd nulrilion as important factors IB baking, no- men are coming wore and more to realize luat Magtc Baking Powder is the perfect baking powder _________, tiat foods containiti" it increased nutritiosis value. E.W.CMEnCO.LTD. ALUM BAKING i CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES pair of ladles' -and cbiidren's ribbed coltV'boae, fnt'ciualrty'We hare ijaanttty of lajger; but- they. go. .Rtsular Mp TonlshL The Needlework Club will meet 'at Ihe home of Mrs. S, Williamson, 530 6lh SL. on Monday atlernoon at 3.00 o'clock. GLOVES Ladles' While Kid Gloves in full range of sizes i _ ity. Well made and neatly finished in every way. Pull range, o. slm. Regular J2.CO yalue. Tonight I TORONTO BEAT CLEVELAND CLEVELAND, Ohio, March The St. Patrick's linckey tram ot Tor- onto from the Cleveland seven here last night by the score cf 5 to 2. OTTAWA. Mar. Cronyn, of Ixmdon, has given notice of a ques- tion asklns if the Lord Chancellor. I in pursuance of a resolution passed at Ihe Imperial conference ot 1918, Lransmitted to the Canadian govem- Lrnnsmieicu lu mcnt a memorandum uf proposals re- garding the constitution of an Imperil court ef appeal. Furthermore, whop such proposal is received. Mr. Cronyn wantfi lo know if tho government intends lo lay Its views before before mak- Ins any reply to'the British govern- ment. David Brown, a farmer of SanS- i wlcli South, lost heaviljr by fire. Will Be Administered by Work. men's Compensation Board 1 Acts Moved Up_ LAWN HANDKERCHIEFS.; 12 down fine Lawn for ladtei' and cbi! and neatly embroidered in corner in prttty e ToDlfhl only, 3 Ipr.......... use. Hemslllcbed design. Worth .15c WHITE FLANNELET1E; atm yards of eitra heavy roft finished pure in a quality tiat Is sure to We bave neyer offered Imp. before. It's on eilra special all right. W inches wide. OC- today world 35c; Tonight only, yard.......... "Where the Bargains Grow" v A rehearsal ot Ihe musical festival (special Hr Ttic 1 chorus will he held on Sunday, March BDJIONTON, March 21.-fho house "3 al 4 o'clock in Knox church. As'iasl night passed finally through com the concert is next Thursday, March mjuee of tbe the Electrical 27 it is Imnorlant that all members bo .protccti0i, Act. the. tor '.pr'esenL' 11he arpoinlment ot-'a' to i travel about and confer uith other Ifeg Saskatoon reports good progress In', isiatures on uniformity of various :tho W.S.S. Durlns the first week In aoU> aml cmendments to tbo Dull 'February th3 local banks sold Acti iiesliiert.to prevent.fraud Ijiworth of .stamps. .Up. to February the sales ill'Ihi the end of: ulent or "straw" sales to defraud cred- February the sales al ihe post office jtor. iwere, J1.126, beinB JM5 for l-ebmaryj nju, Protection Act alone. H. S. EXAMINATIONS FOR WEEK ENDING MARCH 21, 1319 lilt -v Asainiboia 1 Co, Ltd. 315 Street Algebra. Grade XII. n. Fetter 75, H. .McDonald 11. Glass 03, A. Fairfield 60, J. Bickell h9, W Hyssop 56. V. Bennett 55, A. Har- die 16, 31. Gillies 45, M. Moore 45. ass average 57. Arithmetic. Graai XI. F A Church 82, W. lUdoatll 82. I-. nsram 81, Yflung BO, B. Hamilton M liardic 71, D. Smith 71, B. Da- s 68 M. Delay 68, H. Johnson 54, n. ndersby US, C. Peduzzl 62, L. Parry B Royce CO. II. Church 58, I provides that the regulations formerly fixed by statue aro to 'bo ministered in Ihe fuluro by thei Workmen's Com- pensation Board which shall give thirty days' noltre of any changes, hold a hearing and put Ihe'-amondeii rules inlo effect, thirty days after tho change The act does not apply to eiisting plants until 1824 except to portions of such plants where danger- ous conditions csiab WE, IP, FEED YOUR KIDDIES then give your attention to the starving millions of purope. The growing bodies df chiUren need the bone and Starve them. is the top-notdi food for children because it supplies everything needed to build ihealthy, sturdy bodies and is prepared in. a digestible form. Area! wholewheat fobd. iServe itwithmilkorcreami sJiH or sweeten) the LONDON. March (Canadian M. Perry 57, C. MacEach- i'rcssl-A. ;w. Srnithors, rn 66 E Kippen 55, H. KnowMen (.iiaimlaii of the Grand Trunk Railway, 5 I, Vrieslley 53, H. Perry 49. B. at a shareholders' meeting yesterday their holdings at prctent.. IMPERIAL JTI .Morrison 70, S. Itargreaves T. Bickell 77, C. Sang 76, E. der 73, 1i. Morris 71. J. Thompson 70, J. Vanllaarlcm 68, P. .Blunt 67. W. irant 6S. B. Dlckout 63, 0. Wyman 7, 55. H. McDonald 5S, n. Hirvey 4S, R- N'ic.hoii 47, 0. Wclling- 38.' 'Avcrase 74'. OrirnmVr. Grad: N) Grant 88, H.' Keitao B. Jones OTTAWA, March militia oo, ii- V" V i' j i ti. 78''A Hulfner 71, R dcparlnielit that the im'uo'noii'.TO, A, Hamilton M, T. N'O. lolloWiABrimnc.mt .offlttrs sallf.ilI on 68, ?A. 66. J. Deiioon 05, from tng- M' Hyiiop 61, P. Hatch 61, L-. 11111 55, land ojl ilarch (Or llalllax ami New HlV'M; W.rrlm.n 8S. SO, OVhVey HobbsHafilt corps; I-ieut. ville "75, B. Nolan 73. D. Olsndcr K.Vllson, Derbyshire Yeomanry, C. M. Sprague A., anil.wi.fe; Second-Lieut. C. W--Hooper, tor J.. Btrpnse, Tilflo wife. 4! f. t. f. tf 4 t...-, J. .Tohtisoti Tiller 67, P. Taylor 64, O. McMik'en C. Morris D Ursenback 63. II. Kerr 6ft. M. Reid CO, Paul 57. II. -flannard 67, 0- :Uraen- wch 61, A. Lllllc 50, M. Tfllnpkins 49, V. Peterson 47, H: Kcmrr 42, M. Scott 42, D. Seltzer M. I.. Scott SS, 0. Mc- Claln 30. J. Monisy 26, McKinnon} 18. Average GS. PHONE? Office Practice Office Routine. USED Crude X. C. K Pearson !ID, 11. .Jones 31, S. JKWTRBAL-, March Abrens SS, M. Horn 70, N'. nro beiiig cod 65, G. Fitz'p.ltrick O. McMa- llMhJ'bftiow of Iho 52. i. Hlxby. 48, A. DaVis 45. AT- injge.70. In (90S gold prod'nct'lon "v Ca ada totalled 11 A It. requires expert judgment in. tke selection of leatters, and skoe-making mio.at .skilfta, ortl cr, give such injuring 'tery'ice, frbrn Georgina'ariJ Onyx'footwear.-; t' Wlien makinS your wlection, looli jor.'tte Gcor- j anfcc of max Otua ;