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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN" FI OF LEADERS Sen, Robertson Fears They Will Only Serve to Widen Racial Differences Latest Photograph Of New Minuter OTTAWA. Mar. Press.) Moore, president of the, Domin- ion and Labor congress. In a statement issued this morning fully endorsee the stand taken by tho min- ister of labor with regard to tt.c Que- bec Catholic labor movement minllter yesterday warned a dentation from the national Cath- olic union that a continuance of Us policy wpuid. create a religious and racial gap between the workers ol' ijuebec and those of other provinces. "In our estimation." said Mr. Moore. "Senator Robertson has done a puit- llc service In making public the sit- uation as it exists in certain sections of Quebec. "The international trades union inurement feels that it must be on the right ground. The One Big Un- ion and other extremists' accuse it of being dominated by a Catholic olip- arehy, whereaa a certain section of the Catholic church iu Quebec accuses j it of being dominated by radical in-1 ftnencei. For that reason the latter claim the rifht to establish a labor composed only of those of Catholic faith. "As a matter of fact the iuterna- tional trades union movement in the province of Quebec contain a great number of members of the Catholic faith, greater than does the so-called National Catholic union." il.UftSDAV. MABCH 24.1MI Workmen's Compensation Act To Be Broadened For This Purpose TORONTO. Mar. H. -The parlia- mentary committee which was appoint- ed upon Ihe suggestion of Sergt. Major MacNuinarn to consider the industrial rehabilitation 01' workmen who are in- jured at their occupations insucli a way that they are prevented from re- turning to that kind of work again, made its report to the house venter- day afternoon. They recommended that the Workmens' Compensation Act I bo amended to cover these cues. First, the committee recommends that where a workman is permanently i Hon. C. X. MacTharson. M.F.P., new ,na entitled ti? compemalion minister public works for Mani-! (or the compousalioil board may ioba. who In seen here for the first j treatment in addition to timo in his office at the parliament i meiiioal as inay rehabilitate him Ituildlngs after having been sworn In. physically. Secondly. It may re-train him by of instruction in other work which he can do. Third, it wilt assist him in securing Healthy Young Womanhood THE will vateh earehlllr 1 that th. Prf ti5 dlilr elimiaation (or upou loai health degrade. II complaim of hefciielx. bUiousnws.1 ipntne or you may conitipadoo. filvo a ot Dr. Laxative Synip Ffi'sin. and by mormntf the will well. It is OL combination ot luntive witi pepsin. the lull formula Is on When you let how wonderfully It 1CU jou will in tlie future avoid olomel ind eislor oil even il di-nlied in iiunr-cottrt pilli- ilMT-eent hotlla or Dr. Caldwall's LaMtive Syrup Pdpdiu laits months. JOB would lite to Or- Cold- u'dl's Luatin; fctnin fret of charge iafore htjins it in the regular of your dnif xad your tame and aJdrcss lo Dr. W. B. CaUu-ell, 19 From St., BridsAlirg, Ont., and d fret trial tottL- u1ll fcc JOB t JOHN QUEEN OPPOSES MONEY TO BE SPENT j ENTERTAINING GOV.-GEN. f-mployment. i lu reportinc to legislature commHUe ford Jaunt In WENN1PKO, Mar. -4. -The expendi- recommends ihar its drafted bill tare of public money in receiving and Klven added circulation so that opinion snUctamlng the Duke of Devonshire, from all interested quarters in the i goTernor-generei of Canada, on hia 1 province may be received and that no i I Tlrit to Winnipeg next week, is oppos- i legislative action lie laken until next] I ed in a reMlution which John Queen, j session. Soclal-Democcat. member of the legis- j lature for Winnipeg, will move In (he .j, house. The roaolution declares such mo'ney could be spent to better _ TEACHING ORDER M. CLEMEH PARIS, Mar. Premier (Uemoncoau wan givaii a warm wol- coma on hli reluai lo Paris yostor- I day from ;L tiKor hunt Ins trip in lu- ilia. It a small but enthusiastic: crowd or Parisians, many of whom wore women mill several o( whom lire- lented him with iKiui.uots ami kissed the "TJger" heartily. M. wus wearing can- TWS shoos, a tweed suit and his char- acteristic battered hat. As he Btcp- ped lightly from Ihe Nlco train thu bright lunaMiui made a strong con- trast on Ills face, which hntl been by his outdoor life. The former premier looked the picture of health. An attempt bjr several frlenda to assist him to alight from the train brought forth a protest from the old chief who laughingly said "Don't you dare to help me. I'm the youngest man in this crowd." C. N. R. EMPLOYEES, WHO j ENTERED POLITICS. ARE j NOW HACK ON THE JOB TheGennan Air Fleet r This is the last batch of planes to be destroyed in accordance with tht- terms of the armistice. New Invention, Gasoline Propelled Railway Coach BOMB OUTRAGES IN SPAIN advantage ia reliering to some ex- I tent distress among the unemployed. MADRID, Mar. exploded in residences at Car- TalUpo. In Orani prorlnce, last night, it IB annooDCAcl in mn Oreu Dispatch today. The perpetrators ot the out- hare not discoTsrod. DAYLIGHT SAVING bombs FOR MASSACHUSETTS BOSTON, Mar. Cox yesterday signed the bill providing for daylight saving iu Massachusetts between the last Sunday in April and the list. Sunday in September. Canada's MostFamous Made at Bridgeburg, Ontario is orify one clELtO Many u mother scolds her child for being so untidy, yet allows him no place in which to keep his play- things. How very i basis of orderliness is having a place for everything and keeping every-: thing in its place. I Kindliness is largely a matter of training. If the child Is allowed to I torment pets, or what is almost as I much to be regretted not even al- I lowed to have any he misses a great deal that Is hard to gain in 'later years. Having a dog. a kitten' or pony incnlca'tes within his breast a desire to protect things and people I smaller than himself. Possession i entails responsibility, and the small boy or girl will fight for his or her pet and care for it devotedly. In human nature there is, when all is done and said, much of the and a love for dumb cer- t tainly tends to make cruelty less an active clement. i .It may be that every parent knows I psrhapa some do a toys of constructive possibilities 'offer more fua to the child than any number of ready-made playthings. Give them, blocks, puzzles, paper, crayons, clay, sand and books and j watch their joy. For the older boy [nothing affords him so much genuine .pleasure as a few; tools, nails and I piecea of wood. He can make some- i thing. i SEVERAL EMPLOYEES ALLIED PLEBISCITE i COMMITTEE KILLED 24.7-111 a gaso- Iv perfected. Henry Ford and a party ot business associates are making a tour of lnspectton_ over the malia line of tho Detroit, Toledo and Ironton Railroad, which he recently acquired. The new coach has the carrying capac- ity of the average street car. j WINNIPEG. Mar. 24.--According to j information received hen) today. A. j E. Moore, ft. L. A. 'for Springfield, i and 0. H. t'ulmer. member lor Dauphin, two employees of the 0. N. R. who were dismissed from the serv-j ice for fbeir activity in politics, have j j been reinstated to their former posi-! j tions with hack pay dating from No- vember last. SEAMAN'S ACT HURTS LAKE SHIP OWNERS British Columbia bonds to the value ot were sold today by the government to the Dominion Securit- ies Corporation, of Toronto, at a of 103.77 for five years, ti per cent, bonds. The cost to British Columbia will be 51-8 per cent. TORONTO GETS MONEY BACK TORONTO, Mar. ,T. 1.. Church received a surprlee yesterday DETROIT. Mar. Seaman's jn a communication from tho vetei- Act was responsible for the shipnin'g ;ins' re-union council slating that it board's inability to dispose of its i had a balance on hand after meeting vessels at anywhere liear their worth i all expenses in connection with sol and, unless it is amended to exempt filers' reunions and that it should be vessels on inland waterways, will I divided among contributors in pro- put Great Lakes ship owners out of business, M. A. Phillips of the Detroit and Cleveland Navigation company de- clared at a meeting: of lake shipping men hero yesterday. At another con- ference early in April it is planned to bring pressure on congress to modify the law. portion to their donations. As a re- sult of this the city will receive u refund of and province Silk ur untrimmecl ribbon hats 01 rakish tarns of fluffy white are to be modish the coming season. Start the Children Right Teach them the happi- ness of Saving the pleasure of wisdom of Providing for the future. Open a Savings Account for each child each is sufficient) and pay them for work they do, depositimrtheirearninga in their Sayings Account They will the value of work, juit whftt a dollar stands for in effort and MCRCHANT5 BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF CANADA 'SS4. BERLIN'. Mar. -em- ployees of the inter-allied plebiscite commission in Silesia have been brut- I ally murdered recently at Karfa, and the governor of Beuthen has ordered that strictest measures to keep the peaue be takeir. He has forbidden all assemblages of more than four per- sons, all meetings except" those of a religious nature being prohibited, and between S o'clock.in the evening and 4 o'clock in the morning all parties j numbering more than two persons may be fired upon without warning. Similar regulations nuvc been issued at Myslowitz. DOMINION NCTE CIRCULATION OTTAWA. MM. Canadian I note circulation on March 16, according to fi return issued j today was S290.194.51S. It was cover- ed by gold to the e-t'cent of and to the extent of a further deposits of approved secur- ities. LETHBHrDGE BRANCH. CALOAjy STOCK YARDS BRANCH. R. J. DIWtivG. Muinr. Keep Yourself Informed OUR Monthly Commercial Letter re- views the financial and trade con- ditions throughout Ciin '.da, with, which' our widespread branch system enables ui to keep in close touch. We shall be glad to mail thin to you regularly, without charge, upon requc-it. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LETIIBRIDGE BRANCH-K. W. Ecifcie. Mr.mgcr. 'In the South African Fight General UeyorH, one of Ihe proml- nnnt Nationalists of South Africa, wJni rontestocl llu? portions affinal tho party Smuts. Serve with Oatmeal bring the rose tint to women's and children's cheeks. increase men's energy and vim. Do this, madam, for tomorrow's some raisins accord- ing to the recipe printed here, and mix with the oatmeal that you serve tomorrow morning. Do it for the added make oatmeal more attractive. But do it mainly for the food-iron that raisins send into the blood, aud for the raisin's mildly laxative effect. The bloom of youth The tonic food-iron of raisins helps to bring the bloom of youth to checks that perhaps are paler than they should be. Theft the nutriment of calories per men and children the energy they need. For resulating, tonic sad nutritious properties combined, one can find no other food that's so effective. The luscious flavor makes it easy to serve stewed raisins frequently, so there's every argument in favor of their daily use. Try it for a month and see. Look in your pantry now. Begin tomorrow. Send for free book, "100 Raisin Recipes." But first try the recipe printed here. RAISINS Stewed Raisins Soak raiiim over night, pour water off and plact in Kewpan, putting in not quite enough water tb cover and cook slowly for about an hour, then sugar to tatte and add a bit of vanilla. Some raiiini do not require much or any What Dr. J. H. KeHogg (Dr. KtOoH U head of th. fanom B-ttie "RaiiiniareierredoutheBattleCreek Sanitarium Table every day. A pound of Raiiini ha> twice the food value, an 'equal amount of iron aiicl teven vi much food lime ai a pound of choicest lean itealc. The infurof Raisini fa much more wholesome than canemigar.requiringAodigetDonapd being in one-fourth the time required for ordinary augar. If the American people would eat more Raisini and meat the reiulti would be better dlgeitlon, 1m rheu- matiim, Brijht'i diieaie, leu heart greater efficiency and longer life." List Sun-Maid Raisins in all your cooking, for they art the finest grown. Made from tender, juicy, thin-skinned California table grapes. Packed in an immaculate plant in Califoiaia. Clean, ttotut, whole- American raisins kind you know are good. Three varieties: Sun-Maid Seeded (seeds Sun-Maid Seedless (grown without Sun-Maid Clusters (on the All dealers. Insist upon the Sun-Maid Brand. Send for free book, describing scores of ways to use. CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATED RAlSDsj CO., Fresno, California Membership IO.OOO Growers Cut This Out and Send It I California Aiudated Rabin Co. Dtp. N Frau, Cil. Pleaie lend me vour book, "Sun.Maid free. Name________ Addreit______ City............... ..State.. ;