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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It WKDXKSIUY, MAKCU 26, 1019 AUIFUTA. PACK SEVKN FLU SITUATION TODAY HEADS KNKiHTM Or Up to noon today tuure were five fresh (juarantlntd lor Influenza. No fresii cases admitted to GaH Hospital. There wore four brought to the hospital yesterday ami uno There deaths which look plan: cveuiug. Operators View MAve With Alarm, as over J7.BO whlci make it f 12 within neit week, llieji ton nt the average prairla point. SleralH understands. I "There may be tome reason for eight representatives of District shorter bourn In some mines which are goan No. IS. U. M. W. or A. who have bosu I Vet nnd not properly vent.lated. but question IO nt heiueil .11 .uendioi'the internaliona! Ihe better mints where mouey is M miners In Indlauapolls are-now on to Xeop-tbem free ot (out air their way, home will bring wlili them tbe policy report of the inter- national which will be Instrumental in thapluz (he new agreement so tar asisidercd the day anct gasses arid cJi'ar of water. 1 can- not tho force oi a 30 hour week. I always understood that labor rneci con divided Into eight (or work, eiibl hours sleep ami will'clsbt hours tor recreation was the be that of hours. Tho international is ol their, alms in that direction. (awards a six-hour day and a I Of course If they are willing (o pay the miners arc concerned. The main Uaue besides Agitation For Continuance Will there be daylight saving Canada this year? The hangs ui the balance with glilng the evidence from EUCIOFFffi K red Spooneer Will liuide Des- tinies of Local For Coming Year The annual meeting of the Unit Commercial Travellers. OBITUARY Welcome for Boys oi 39th Battery Tonight MAXWELL The death took Usv al his ti'sldcncc. C17 Street S 11. U. .Maiwill. Deceased Fucvuinli- ;d lo Ihe 'tlu. llo '.fas u f. 1'. neor auci has lived a coiisidvrnbk1 me In Ketiitirldgo. Th'i late Mr. Maxwell a native Xova Scotia, his iiome beins i.i uilmij, 1'ictou I'ouuly. He was tnai oj in I.clhbriJgP. his also In- liginji lo N'ova Sootiu. He was ears of age, mid, in uilililiun to ife, leaves three young children, two uyfi and a The family of th? rieceased liavi? een nctiflod of the death and a troth' r is on his ti> iho city. Ottawa both sides. Council Xo. oil, "as lu'ld _ Generally speaking the Herald be- ell chamber on Kulurd.iy evenlni ftvo day weeX iu all camps on the rricc for wheat grown, on Iho sii licycs ot unhbrldge are Marc.h 22, with a lull attendance' of KoHh American continent, and that hour day .ystem and tor everything jn (avor of lhc bul fnnncrs ottiwrs and a good rciircscufjt.v.1 produced on the same basis, and in especially wlicnt body ol iho '.iev.-s occur in harvest, avo i After the regular PIFFEN Ttiere occurred, at tho llo.i- I tUl yesterday, from IHo ctfecta it' TJu the death of Mrs. William Oiffen. v.ifL- of a tanner of Crystal Lake, and well liuuvrn in ihe city. Tlie deceased via? years ot age, and leaves a tuisuatld and z Mule boy of three uf .Mr. (illl.-'n Is alsu laid ui> will: tb'j 'flu nt tho hospital. Tbe Jate Mrs. Uiffen came west frwn I years ot age and had a sister, a school teacher in Calgary, and another a MasEKChusctts. Tc.nirjht in the city council chambers there will be an import- ant meeting of of various organizations and all oih- crT in the who are ed in arranging a routing home- coming for the boys of the 39th battery, Word frcm today indi- cated that all the troops would b- cleared during toe day and started homeward. will mean that the 39th cannot postfbly ar- rive before Monday, and In all probability it will be Tuesday be- fore they land in Lethbridge. If possible, will made to bring them Into Leth- tn'dge during daylight The has been that the boys should be mtt by a guard of honor composed of veterans of the 39th who are al- ready It is tikely this gcction will be considered at to- night's meeting. The Herald is endeavoring to a telegraphic list of the boys of 39th, who will arrive a? representing the unit Harold Wills, credited whh salary of a yoai as uroduc- tion manager and chief engineer of Ford Motor Company, Dclroil, re- signed tu enter business for himself. i District No. IS. s attempt to Introduce the if they can (set tho .workmen ot ever! __ country with which Canada will have lhl! to do business to on the Batr.o cjty Qj miojit ;l basis, be little objection to p] js their move." following nrc a nuinhcr of d The scale committee ot (he miners patches are understood to be husy now pre- .___ ____....._ parliiB their documents tor jiresenta- HDraU1 toilai% hidicatitig support and tlon to the operators. Mcanwhlh with those work will proceed in the mines under Of the plan working hours in District No. IS will be the tirtt made by the miners' union on th-2 continent and the result will be watched by labor men all over Amer- ica with the greatest of interest. llbu- the operators view the new move to cut Iho hours to a 30-hour at the samo wages may he glean- ed from the statements ot one mine mincer in tills district declared the ojii agreement until the two side? of iho council l hecn have, uonie over tho Press leased wire to Hie tfon of saute was clficers are as follow.-: Counselor. K .SiiHonw .lunior Counsellor. K. X. year :t-lfv- Ttre I'sst Counsc-Hor, T. J. Secretary-Treasurer. .Tuhn H, that the move is altogether too sudden i cither agree or agree to i nnd radical and would seriously crip- ple the coal induslry ot the province in its attempt to compete with Amor- jury did cot do its duty and return ican'eoal in the Western Canada mar- [certain in-Jiclaieain, one ot Us mem- ket, "A 44-hour week would not heihera serrcd It tvro weeks re- BO bad." he said, "hut a 30 hour lo accept any pay. tavoring In the major- Or.en Conductor, Hobfrt Gvay. Page, Drlghani. Seqlinel, It. A. Crawford. Kxecutive it. lisficil with the jiroposal'not to adopt elected for 3 years; Alfred t'onn. eltct- the daylight savings scheme in fo- 2 years; George J. Kemm. ImM Vanttouvsr Member For It OTTAWA, JIarca It. C. Allesing Qbio, p-and i CoopDr" y-mcoiiver, is'auiiarently not this year and desires to have 1 year; W. IMJrigham, liold over I matter discussed in the house.. Uo 1 year. i lias, given notice of a resolutian de-j Tor representative to Grand I) Never Varies TKe same satisfying same cJejigKtful flavor is sealed in can of Seal Brand Cojfee In X I pound, and 2 potind in fcean, gtound, or fine gmtmtffa Writt for our booklet: "Perfect It's free. CHA5E5SANBOBN; MOMTREAL an daring that "it is expedient to re- "i! Convention at Wi.mipcs i.i June: enact at the daylight savings F. Clenus a., n( hv tho BOTDrnmellt in reClrd 111 IIIU" nt tnc govcrnmeni n rLbaru Counsellor. D. Clem- tne mater m Iho commons nl, :1j.( wees, possibly today. to iho adjoinins hall -where C. N. R. Will Adopt it refreshments and'lnnclieon were servv] TOHONTO, March was on- ed and the remainder of Ins evcsing' nonnced today at the head ofTices o! spout In merriment and speech lian "National Railways that ing. Hubert Alfred Penn; A Message to the Young Men of Canada Canada needs Trained Men and Women! Whatever be the task confronting the nation, in war or peace, Canada isahvays iii peril of failure so the young people of the country are economically unfitted fortheir tasks., ;Never were opportunities so great. Thousands of good-paying positions are waiting in every field of en- deavor for men and women trained to fill offices, stores, shops, factories, mines, railroads, on the all lines of technical, commercial, and agri- cultural work. For over 26 years the International Correspondence Schools have been training Canadians. Thousands ftave been helped to bigger careers through the 1. C. S. plan.' 6500 are getting ready right now. Many of the largest employers in the country are interested in the work of the I. C. S. in Canada, and, at their request, are being informed regularly concerning the progress of I. C. S. students among their employees. You can win raccem toith the aid of the I. C. S. J. F. Parker, of Winnipeg, climbed from a a month job to a a year income as a Contractor, AVm. T. Griffiths advanced from carpenter to Superinten- dent of Construction for Lyall and Sons, OrUwj, E.H.Monro, Chief Engi- neer of the Dominion Tex- .tile Cornjmny, Wirtdsor.ami hundreds of Canada's fore- most cngitKcrs.advertising managers, draftsmen, elec- tricians, and chemists pre- pared tor promotion in spare time through I. C. S. courses. The IC.S. can help you, no matter where you live, what yon work, or how little schooling. Mirk and mail the cou- pon will not obli- gate you in the least but will giye us an opportunity to show you how (o pre- pare for i successful career. HID Canadi no matter what action was taken by He.Canadian government dayiight' saving, all the lines ot the ia' Canadian Rovsrnment syslera wonM ____as Hoats at tlVe luncheon and nc- regarding Quitted themselves'jbt the duties cred-- DESHARNA1S BOYS .BACK change their time simultaneously with tt ?f 4 the United Stated to avoid confusion and loss of connection Wilh the United States roads. Railways It MO NT HEAL, March strong asitalion is now goins on' among transportation companies and manu< facturers in favor ol the Privates C. H.-. and W.. Des- harnaLi of Lcihbridge. mombsra of the famous of Edmonton, returried home Sat- urd'ay. lion of daylight saving. All the local boards of trade and tht) Traces nnd; Labor Council hare passed resolutions in favor ol tho scheme. j 1 A large, number of manufacturers j and big business houses and the Mon- treal stock exchange are going to run on United States time. The city commissioners today decid- ed that as far as their jurisdiction ex- tended the' daylight sarlnj scheme would IK put into effect again this year. H. B. Farmera Agaitut FRKHBRICTO.V. K. B., March 26 Notice of a motion condemning 'thft daylight saving plan as disadvantag- eous to farmers has been given in the New Hrunswick legislature by Mr. Smtlli of Albert. 'Squirrel" Brand Peanut Butter io thcKidJies an-J upj They all like it. One nreJ never tear u there ii a can of "Squirrel" Brand in the try. Our Recipe Bxfc is full of da-rity, vholesomc cf serving peanut butter. Look, Mother! Is Tongue Coated, Brealh Feverish 'and Stomach Sour? J Syrup of Fifls'h Tender I Provincial Government Tells ien. Stewart No Decision Has Keen Made j BTH'HTlim tSwMmtlK. SCHOM.S LOCAL REP.: W. DUGUID, 933 7TH ST. SOUTH today saves a sick child oiiililrc-n simply .-.vill nnt 3 thn lime from iitej' lo empty their J tip stomach Whether .Lethbrirtjc will get tho wlilclf Is this city's allotment population basis, the Do- minion housing scheme appropriation, s doubtful. I The provincial government ha? not Jecldert whether It will co-operato bowel's, which hecbme with the iJomiTilon goveriiment or not, w.isle, liver gets shijrglsl as la shown the following digpatcii. sour. today from tlie Herald's correapon-1 at Iho tongue, mother! If i dent in the press gallery al Udmonton: or your chllil Is cross, j "In to a question on the or4er [fe.veriah. hreath bail, reatless. paper from Ocn. J. S. Stewirt (Opp.) Iho government iMt nlRhl brouyht In an answer that It' had re-i wivcfl a by W. D, Hardlc, Mayor of Lellibriclge, on March 20lli last, staling the city and council "strongly urge your gov- ernment lo make no thai thin city can get a portion of the Dominion housing scheme "Dr. Sfowarl MIC -goft-ni- hftd decideil nn what .policy U will fidopl in regard lo tlic scheme, find ffrien the pronoancemcnl wonM be nude. The government reply was: "Nn decision, and as la the tfnie of pronouncement, I o( the ftucs- tlon was anawereil by tlie reply to tlw eat heartily, full of coH or son or any other children's ail- ment, give a leanpoonful of. "Californ- ia Syrup oC [hen. don't worry, because U Is perfectly hafnilcss. anti (n ft hours all this conslfpalltTii poison, soiir bile and.fermentine wanto gently move out of .the bowels, and you liflvo a well, playful child again, A thoroiiKh "fanide rlcannins" 13 oftlmcfl all that Is necessity. U should be Hie first jreatmcnt Riven in any slcksess. f JWWftro of coiintcrfeil tit syrups. Ask your druggist for a Imttte of "Cal- Ifornfn Syrup of which has full rtfracllous {or 'MMes, children of all ag03 anil M prinl- eil on tho I carefully and ree thit II ID made by the "Calif or nil Kijf Syrujt Give her TRIL In the independent experim'ents on human beings conducted by Professor Thompson, of Dublin, at the request of a Government Department, the Body-building Power of Bovril was proved to be from 10 to 20 times the amount -taken, _.. C4flmda Food Board. Licence For tJw who pnfm a btowl toe. Made b Made or CaH ud KM, wtrh atdlooi wdfkt Mk. Well Known Trade Mark and What is Back of It MOST Canadians will instantly recognize our trade mark as 'standing (or ceruiii slamlnrds of quality in shoes. But back of U Why should it be to generally accepted as a sufficient guarantee of good value Let us In the first place, there is back of it by far the largest shoe manufacturing org.iniwucxi in Carutla, resources far beyond those of any oilier, and greater, buying power in material markets- Hut inat is not all. Important as those things arc, they are not the mat important. For hack oi ihe trade nurt tlicrc is something which could not escape If we would: an obligation to keep lahh vilii llie public. v The manufacturer of unbranrfcd goixtfl assumes no responsibility for them after they leave his factory. The manufacturer oi trade goods an obligation which lasts clear through to tha last day of ihfiir uw. The trade mark puls him bmxH, ai ft 1o nainuin i e( his product, or lose hU rcputalion. And tW higher hii trputation becomes, the' bearier tin responsiWKty Vows, fiobbssc effigf, Thai h what is back of the A.H.M; nuffc. That is 'what we ofier to Canadian vearen That wn ask yda lo look for the maaafeo Hirer's trade mart on the rfiocs you bay. have pctpired a bookkt entitled -'Hoir Buy Shots." May send you A copy witk'cv compCrrwnd? Please address our head ofure AMES HOLDEN McCREADY "Shoemakeri io the Nation" WCOTTIO TANCOUTHI ;