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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THF. LKTUnniDGK DAILY HF.RAI.n M'AUCIl 20. CALGARY MEMBER E M. Davidson DtrUrw GOT rrnncai Is Taktaf Awiy of to Muoh [ejlure ot 11: IMTidwa (joTftrn by w. ia the house noon In which Mr. Davidson pat th.t> arretts owing to towns, cities. ..ul ai over provincial arrears for iSo 191S alone, te said. The sptakfr vn-ni ieto on this in urjlot strict- collection ol tie line sr.0 urging esrx'catly impos.; kilon o! direct on 1 corroborated iht stitemtnl o! iKomrd Cnwfonl pol-1 Ky three tuned aoldlers, vbo cornered bim in. Scotia Miners Affiliate ud dottsini >iiced wiih International Con- Wn. tr tk. me., Trbo .vldauUy firms OTTUWA, Mar. 'I'-.- A tU'imtiHioii' [from the west, i'f T. TaUiut.j [df J. C. Dohan company, Connie Arni-j "strong, of the Dan rmupaiiy. and George Hatter, ivprosriulnj; tht independent traders, upou i Torranee, veti-nuarr-BOticr-; al. and on behalf of ihc- Winnipeg Live- s-lock Exchange nsaJo certain repre! mentations concerning iiuaraniinc1 regulations of ilio cranieni. U is siaiej tliat us a result of ihe recent slru-t CHUT a1 mem of S these regulations the Uveslin'k Indus-' I try of Saskatchewan o.nd Algeria is in! an intolerable' position. I The deputation clnicH'J that on ac- of the enforcement of tlic I'nU-j j ed States tit- Hlsuien were- forced to Uu'lr cat-j 'tie in ai a sacrifice of J2 to j RS compared ivith" the >i. Paul jiric- i os. They ckuui ihat 'iuTe is more i induce iii the Vmted Stales tluiu thert i-i in the ivyst. T'le that vojeriiuric? in all parts to rot) him. Hi U a pre-i of'tae western slioulil be tin- j powered to Issue ccrt.th-Jtes uuoer ficial authority, In the ineantium. the department. I will endeavor iis of forts in' the "mange ureas" with liujie that during the coming ihe disease j will he completely cti-sted ui> ami the j ttcJiuical objections at the Just when the Canadian 'union men are preparing a vote as .10 whether Cauadua unions shouhl {break away from international! affil- iation, following dispatch 'comes; the export of western rango ryttlc to] out ot Indianapolis, headquarters of (tLiu Stated will remuveil. so many big unions on the North Am continent: 1 "Miners of Nova Scotia were today admitted to membership in the United Mine Workers 01' Am- erica, accord i tig to action taken by the executive board. The de- cision affects approximately 12.- i 000 i This would to hear out tht I Herald's statement of Tuesday that the-leaders of the U. M; W. of A. id (Canada would fight the 6. B. U. which Local Poultry Fanciers Kesiegetlj ln' WHh As Result of The delegates to the Calgary inter-) Herald Ad cdnventioti in Calgary -________ I report on the O. B. U. movement nt; l the and Labor Council nieei- FORSEIliESGS tonight, and the result ol the n.eei- jing -will show pretty well how unions ,in this city will vote on the O. B. U. I between April'l and May 15th. ONALLSIALEEGGS Hon.. Duncan Marshall. Brings Bill to Raise Quality of Hen Fruit The" Lethnridge Poultry Association i the IleraH) B DM0 N'T March fine (it Is in rcce.pt, of a T try large of applications for as the resnlt i of the advertisement it is In the Herald, At tfie rate they comiDg ia tbe members are begiunin? to 'realize that be swaniped ia the iray of atteniins them.' The assoeiation lias .started to built! np au egE industry locally, con- sidering the large of orders that have in the past been scut otil- to .eastern Canada and the States, Jt pees no reason" should libl ac: cemplish the purpose.'" The member? of the association have-birds thai lave more thau held iheir own at shows when pitted against high clnss birii3 from the east and from itic KtAtes. In regard to the egss, Ihey are in a far bttter position to supply them in the matter of facilities and safety than those from outside points. In this matter there is a tetter guar- License Inspector on Stand Ttlls What He Knows of Nov. 8 Transaction You Know Ivory When you buy a cake of Ivory Soap you .know it is pure and good. You it has teen pure and good for 39 years and has a priceless reputation to maintain. It is well to place ypur trust in It gives you everything a soap can give and contams, nothing to irritate the IVORY SOAP BB PURE one hundred dollars and ia pro1 video In the draft of a new act pre Sfnted to the legislature by Hon. Dun can Marshall, minister ot agriculture, for any dealer who. in the future, found to have bad-.eggs in his i fission to the eitcnt of one per cent, uclesa the in arid then deuatured so rei.der the unfit for human fixvJ." Another coriipels alii 'handfedr m-.-r- chants, huckster, dty merchanta cr produce dealers lo candle all re- ctrirciJ by thorn and reject aH "tin I eggs." j The mintitor Is onipQwered to an-. point -Inspectors and other officers. Hi their remuneration .and define Ibelr duties. Al! inspectors shall hare aH tu enter where are sold AQd inspect Ihcm. antee for.catisfaciionifor the ac- SERIAL PRESCRIPTIONS FOR BOOZE IN B.C. NOW Manft Important amendraenU' j Prqhthilion Act were Drought. down