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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MARCH 1020 TIIK 1RRAVD PA Amendments to Factory Act Before Legislature The amendment to tho Factories documents and things as may be nec Act that Ujs Merchants Asso ciation Iclerosted In Is one that for tbo appoint ment ot a commission of lvo to regu late minimum Tho amend ment before tbo provincial house gives commission wile It Al lows then to call witnesses and take evidence under Tho provincial branch of the Retail Association la endeavoring to ftesldent Gaelz placed on this The matter of this appointment will bo brought to tbe no tice pflTters thatbo In Ednion Tlio amendment In regard to this commission reads Tho lleutenant EOTeruorincouucil shall appoiut fire persons ithom two shall be employ which said four with a filth jersoa to be up Sxiluicd by shall constitute rui auvlsory committee duty It shall bo to investigate nj determine tbo amount that shal to pid as minimum wage to any person under tho age of eighteen and to anv female person employed in any or office or office building to which thin act and as6 tba number of hours per day per VETERANS TO HOLD CHURCH PAROLE On April the will lold a church This was de4 elded on at tbe general meeting oi the aisoclatlou In the cluj rooms ou Sunday The Urue of tbo parade has not been but It will bo preached to at the Salvation Army An announcement will be made before that day as to It Is quite likely that civilian clothes will be In RETURNED MEN ARE Such committee shall from time to time report to the lieutenant Eoreraorincouncll the result of find whereupon the lleutenantgov ernoriacoucctl may make au order or orders which ball hare the came force and effect as It Incorporated and In caie of conflict between luch order or orders and any part of this act tho provisions of such order or brden shall eupereede and gor The members of the commit tee be paid such compensation for their services and expenses as may determined by the lieutenant Cannot Thrwten it shall be unlawful for an employer to discharge or threaten to discharge or in any other manner average of nineteen out of twentyfont Mayor Commissioner Free man and City Solicitor Ball have ra luraed from Edmonton after attend GETTING EMPLOYMENT Ing the meeting ot the mayors of the four elites ot the tbo execu te Soldiers Civil lieEstablish tlve committee1 of Union ot Al ment Information and berta municipalities and the ministers has been doiug rushing i The commiislon for going business iu placing returned soldiers too the assessment for the suppteffien in permanent During the past week nineteen out of twentyfour applicants were placed as follows faglit four farm two one two clerks and one jail Last week was tho first ot the busy season for the department and the deaor to any em ployee because such employee has testHied or Is about to testify or be cauao such employer believes that auch employee mar testify In any In vestigation or inquiry or relative to tbe enforcement ot ibis or any inquiry For tbe more effectual carry Ing out of any of the provisions of the lieutenantgovernorln number or proportion of the employees in any shop or office office be Cati Bring Such advisory committee shall be empowered to enforce the atteud cncc of Tritrjcsses to examine them under or to compel the production ot Commissioner Eadie Tells Some Stories About Being In Jail 5 if incorporated applicants is considered MOVING THE KAISER Slarcu soclatei of the former Emperor Williams personal luggage has been moved from Benllnck where ho is living at to where he Is soon to take up his A large number of most of which had not been opened since tho former emperors arrival have been taken to Doom In motor Moving day for Count Hohcnzollern is expected to be May MacKay gave out the in formation thtt when a proper propor tion ot as between towns and rural munlcl pall has been worked ihe cities will baj entitled to keep tie balance of the taxes cow paid to the WHAT WILL ONTARIO DO WITH WHOLESALE EXPORT LIQUOR FIRMS tary In the of an Equaliza tion was appointed with tbe following names In the of the drat tho choice will pass on to the next named and if he 14 leclines the choice irlll pass on to tbe neit and so The representatives for the cities were named iu the following order of Alderman of Edmonton exalderman Ar nold of Mr assessor ot Income Kdmyntou for tho Long of Baesanoj rural municipal of ForemosU and secretary of rural munl Tbero will be one repre seulative in each The govern ment will be represented by Deputy Minister Department of It Is reckoned bat if will be about six months before the commission get through their March lart day of thlt the ftcitet Ittutt by the provincial government en prtmlwi of whole aale liquor tKport firms It Is untaratocd that govern ment hai made no decision to the renewal of matter will now be op ened up It Is probable that government wilt a mtnt this There were about four hundred bulls in the ivho took a string ot Shorthorns tu obtained 311 average price f 240 for his Whlla la Cjslsary Davidson elected a director of the Cattle Dreed ers Association and as president u thu Hereford Brecderr Association tendered a banquet to the directors of that association in the Pulltsor Coaldale Breeder Gives Figures Davidson a Director of Provincial Body 2W EMIGRANTS SAIL FOR March Canadian Associated Two hundred and fifty church army mostly exsold lers and their sailed v for Canada by the Empress ot 4 on King 4 George sent a farewell message 4 expressing tho hope and the 4 desire that each one of you may prosper and by showing truo pioneer spirit and bravo 4 endeavor helpIn building on 4 If strong and lasting foundations the mighty dominion of the t 0 4 Herefords showed the best average selling prices at the recent bull sale in according to John Dav of tbe Uood Luck Coal who returned to Letbbrldge from the sale on Dav idson had a string of eleven heal of Hereford bulls and sold them at an average prlco ot a Referring to the sale as a whole Davidson characterized It as the most successful every held In the Although nu fancy prices were obtained the prices were uniform and averaged more than in previous Shorthorns sold tor an aver age of Herefords and An gus Shorthorns were above the average conditions of such stock in previous years and Herefords Angus wero about the BOY VICTIM ASKS THAT FATHER SHOULD NOT BE PUNISHED March Frank 17 years who was shot by his father in an effort to check the soht wayward died at the county hospital The father sought to get boy away from a crowc with whom he found him on Tues day and being shot Arrested and charged with as sault deadly the father said he would rather kill the boy himEelf than have him a Before his Frank requested that his father be i ot Plnano was rsarrcsted following hFt sons death and the assault charge changed to one of Johnny Jones Carnival will supply the midway for the Western Fair at Ixindon this of tho Salva tlcn who ivas lately in the cit has a keen iscnao of humorl Wit much gusto ho related as far a liieeirierlence it was far easie to gain admission into Canada than i was into South On landing at Cape Town he was asked by a Dutch Immigration Officer if he had ever baen in Ixtp of times said the an4 he rolled of a prisons he had been In Old of that hfl bad visited them In the ArmyValsnIon You cannot come in hore said the Immigration man Sooth Africa Is not going to have uny jailbirds to In the aa the situation was getting serl In the attitude laken by tbe offic er to send hini back to where he be the white fully appreciating the hussor of tho posi explained things and was able to convince tlfe Dutchman that ho was not go black as be thought ho In Canada when I landed con tinued tho Commissioner I was ask ed If 1 had ever been In an insane Lots of them said the there was no fun in tills the Canadian twigged who 1 was and immediately told mo to pass The Commissioner had much to say of tho ubiquity of the Scotchman in tbat be found him everywhere in bis when addressing a huge concourse of negroes where ivbitc men could not be expected to ho saw one of them sitting in the big Aslted who ho one of the natives replied that be was a Scotchman who was The political situation in South the Commissioner considered full of perplexities in the rivalrj lictw6eD the Smuts followers and the Iicrt20g Ho that major ity opinion was in avor of Iho British connection and that BO far as the na lives were concerned they were out for British HAL ESTATE IN Special to The Horald March wag be cause tlso terms of the bill proposinj organization of rest ostftte men in Al bertn Into an association were though to bo too stringent that tho govern rncnt declined to go on with the mea ntira according to informatoln gl out Aa It tho real estate bill would virtually created a mon opoly of tho association In that btui said principal objection to tlio measure as proposed to us was that It Toulrl have pravenled anyone not actually in the real estate business from gelling land for anyone It often thit i man tells hie neighbor that he will him commission if be sells some of his and many deals are handled that To compel membership In an association for a deal thin would merely ba interfering with ordinary business and the government saw no reason why tfaern should bo a monop oly In tho real estate business any more than In tho raisin or prune bust The bill was rejected aa a govern ment bill and there Is little poislblllty that will bo brought In again be fore tho end ot the Just Right We run across so many people who consistently re fuse chewing it is Adams Black Jack for Adams Black Gum is just The flavor suits youwa nt real licorice flavor you must ask for Adams Black Jack They like to have throathuskiness removed on raw They found that the frenzied strain of business eases considerably under the influence of Adams Black Jack For and men and who have never before been suited with a chewing have welcomed Adams Black Jack should try Sold everywhere in the blue an Adams particularly prepared Canadian Chcwtag Gum SWEET thought the lady of the in a pleasantly whimsical as a birth day reminder of Moirs Cho colates came from his office just after the lunch The times that Moirs had come in courting days we re sweet memories to her in more than one Always delicious and the heavy coatings made Moirs Chocolates the favorites for all LIMITED JIAUFAX Campbell and Calgarv ALBERTA REPRESENTATIVES SFFDS Jj O If you want to have the best garden you should buy the best We have SPECIAL PRICES THIS WEEK Western per 35o Extra per 30t Champion ot per 35c Black per 40c Broad per Me Scarlet S5c Native per 305 Mammoth per 30c Danvers Yellow Extra Early per Nantses half per long per per Grand Long per per Lawn fine ptr 40o Clover White per Sweet pir Sweet any SOc Also we have kohl cat wild cucumber In and all klndu of in WE HAVE ONION SETS TO ARRIVE SOON Also We Have Nice Lines of Easter lOc and 2 for 25c BING WO 820 THIRTEENTH STREET NO DELIVERY PHONE 1872 ;