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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta r�Ar,r F.ir�fTT Ti lis Tj^THRnmnE daily hrtiaij>. MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1920 SOMEONE IS ALWAYS MING THE JOY OUT OF LIFE;! RIDES I "^OILING BOOTHS I mm : : > ; > ? ? : LABOR BUREAU WANTS MEN OTTAWA, Marcli IIT.-Iii Uii^ liou?? l "I liiil i!. and I dnv nay memlicr of connmons last nipht. in disoutirinK to ii:'i'?"i''ii sot "b" flocliTs wag caused by tha cUuiho whii.ii iire- i lo th" poll if you un'h 'i win iin Vents" the hiring of VpliltMc- t)y rnnill- tion." was Mr. N!i-r;:!i1io:i; rnrtliiM datM to carry doctors lo poUs. pleii. Included in the proliibited lii^t now | This rliuise ?   > : : : : ? 0N'. March 27-(Uy Cnnndinn .\-soeiated PresK.1 -On the socotul re.ulinj; of till' private hill to sot up local ojition in Wiilo;;, I'ornior l^cmior .-tev.lav then, was eonsidorabie ,iis. j �^^'1'"'Hupporlin.i; the bill in the lionr.o of conunon.o yesierday, said : �\Vi' Mills! look in tlie direction of i local control tor the mitigation of the.; drink evil." I Tlie i;0 tons cnpa-city. DRAYING Qf AD Kindt WcslcrnTransfcrCo. Limited OftIt�-C. P- ... rraitJrt Snatf* ofTiM ........... ^m taMM .......... 10M been on the statute hooks since IS?'! _ ^, , . 1 ... r n t and wa.s designed to provide asaiust ; Corrective Legl.slation for Deal- ,^ practice which was jtien particular-j FOR THE MILITIA' ing. 'With Disputes Introduced by Hon. Meighcn ly noticeable in tiie I'lnted Slates I nder tlie reported new scale of pay: for the militia a private will receive OTTAWA, �March 27.-In the liou.>e cf commons ]hh nipht. seeonil readinp was Riven Hon. Arthur .MeiRhen's bill TO deal with a disiuue betiveen the British Columbia and the federal ^ov-ornment on the question ot' the disposition of Indian lands in that province. The question of who should pet the moneys realized from the sale of sw rendered reserve lands had not been wattled, said Mr. MelKheu In introdnc-Ing the bill in committee ot supply. There was a trust fund into which the ITXjmlnion Kovernmenl placed the pro cecrts of such sales and some of this �was spent on the Indians themselves. On such trnn.-acflons. however, as the whereby companies who stood to pain 54.7,1 a dav, considering a soldier's by the success of ,1 certain nnrty con foo,, honrding expenses at the: tributed hupe funds out ot corpora-- ,,^3^ ,t ^1^^, ; lion money to further party cause. ; jij.,,, officers salaries under this. Mabarg Kicks schedule will go up sixty per cent..! under tiro v.iiich will give a subaltern practically , The elause also came under fire from J. .-v. .Maharp of .Mapie Creek. "r>oes it mean that no ,':roup of individuals can band themselves together to assist in an election caui-naign?" he ."aid. "Yes. 1 think that is tlie practical effect." replied Hon. Mugii Guthrie. Hollcitor-poneral. "Then a group of labor men, returned soldiers or--" proceeded -Mr. Mabarg, us a dozen or more members shouted "farmers." Tie went on : "It could he done under the old act." Hon. Mr. Guthrie first stated that it could be done under the old act. but It $l.."iO(i a year, iirovlded he is married The new scale of pay plus the old; field allowance would bo as follows: | Colonel. ?S.li>; I,Ieut.-CoI., ?G.7o;' Major. $."..-10; Captain, Sl.OS; Lieut..' .5-.SO; I'uyniaster, ?2.S0; and Quar terniaster. .^LO."). TRYING TO BEAT H.CL, could not be done under the new disposal of ilie Ivitsilano reserve, ih, , , �, , , British Columbia government claimed 'a'^'r, ^Hui ho found he was wrong the funds and pending the settlement ' ' of the ntiestion. the harbor board, �which was in actual vossession of the property -valued at about half a million dollars, had not paid anything (or It. The provlnrial parli.-imont last eesslon empowered Its government to deal with the Dominion government in 'w iyt. I put on An individual could siibsiribe lo Tlie ; oniics. tlio course to conclude the lat-fiind, but when individuals banded j ti'r part of ,Uine. Rtaif professors themselves togsther Into an associa-j will be In charge and the subjects Ul.VXIPEG, Man., March 27.-In an: heroic effort to meet both the htgii! cost of living and the impossibility i of getting help, the Agricultural col-j lege, if sufficient students apply, will ( on a 10 week course in Homo Econ- 1 tion. then it v,-ouId be unlawful under I the new act. He urged, however, tlr.it, , the clause, being a contentious one, bo left over for further discussion. This negotiating the dispute over ownershii) , was agreed to. covered will be cookery and food values, managemonl and marketing, home nursing and hygiene, textiles and dressmaking, millinery, laundry! and dry cleaning and household arts.  Purity! Purity! Purity! The one Jominating note that runs all through the making of Sunlight Soap is Purity. The $5,000 Guarantee you get with every single bar is not a mere advertisement. It marks a standard set (or the buyers who select the choice Sunlight Soap materials-for the soap boiler-for the expert chemists-for the girls, even who wrap and pack Sunlight. Insist on getting the Soap you ask for-. Sunlight Soap LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO and the aci now under discussion was j �tmply to provide the federal govern- I meni with similar authority to nego-1 tiato with the provincial authorities. T.yen should the question ot a reversionary right to Indian lands, which the British Columbia government claimed, he referred to the higher j courts, the present measure was ue-cessary to enable the federal govern-mem to go ahead with necessary busi- j ness which was coming up from time j to time In connection v.lth the Indian | affairs. E. U. Devlin thought that the moas- ! ure would empower the government to interfere with vested rights of the liuliaiis, and Mr. Jacques Bureau introduced the complaint of a delega- | tion claiming to represent the allied j tribes of British Columbia who bad | sent him a memorial demanding a i hearing of its grievances. i Hon. W. H. Mackenzie King sug-1 �ested that this delegation be heard i liy the minister of the interior beford i the consideration of tlie act was proceeded with, but .Mr. Mclghen said the claims of the de!egatioi\ referred 10 had no hearing on the present act. : but claimed grievances under the ' original Indian Act. O'Meara a Leader (!;ol. Peck said that he had hart a good deal of experience with Indian delegations in his own constituency. Perhaps this one was backed by a man named O'Meara, who had been collect- ; ins an annual fee from the Indians j in different settlements for his work � in stirring up agitation and working tip grievances with which to harass 1 the authorities. �When the leader ot the opposition 1 read the names of the delegation, Cnl, Peck remarked that they were �'O'Meara'a children." O'Mcaras name did not appear in the list. The development could not be proceeded with in one district of tiriiisli [ Columbia unless the act was pas'^ed to empower the government to deal � �with disputed cases, said Col. I'eclc. Mr. Meighcn said he was willing to : Bee any delegation if it woulil help ; the passage of the bill, but the claim ' of this delegation was not pertlntMU 1 to the matter under discussion. The ' Indians could still go on with their | case under the Indian Act, after the present bill was passed. Kvery gov-ornnient for no years had been recelv- j ing delegations of protest against the ' Indian policy, and this one could only tell the same story over again. are men's clothes that have maintained character. Each suit or overcoat bears the maker's label. MAK ERS FUR SALE TOTAL $4,236,262 MONTRi':AL, March 27.-(By Can adian Press)-The total realized at ! the fur auction fi"'c's up to noon today was $4 23G,2t>2. the total of the morning sales bcdng $lii;2.'t:;s. Be;iveri ."iklns are now hi'iiif' olTered, a record ' price ot 15100 IxHn/; iiald this morning i for one /inn Canadian skin, .^mong, tho sales this morning were ?134,O0O worth of Bfiuln-(d and f2;]C.O00 of Australian opossum. qUN SHEE HERBALIST, MAY BE IN DEMAND A positive guarantee of style and service in what you buy. In these uncertain times it often means dollars to have a sure comeback if anything goes wrong. This happens so seldom with Fashion-Craft, that it's a pleasure to right a wrong if any ever- occurs. Sold by 300 standard merchants throughout Canada. Locally by VAXCOUVKH, March 27.-A special ^ analysis is to bo made of an "herb" j which when immersed in water smells and tastes like Scotch whiskey, hut uctually possesses more authority. Tho "horb" was found on an Oriental named Gun She~--fo my "pUicor'slx"" milf'S ' \ oast of Lethbridgc, one white faced two-year-old belter: no visible brand. Owner can have same by paying expenses to F. Foster, Phone RSlo. ill-G List Your BRANDS! U will he a muttia) advantage to owners of brands If they were lo place Bam� before all (armora and ranchers so that stray atock could be recognized nnd rotnrned protnptlj'. A few dollars a month will carry theia In the Daily and Weekly Herald. BRANDltEGISTER Od rlEht thouldrr at eattla, On right abonMer ot honeat tlord Cetlne � Nllason. R3W. On left thigh of horiet. and on lett hip ot cattle. O. T. Lathrop. Telephone ill* 29I--4 L�tt rlbi. Right rllw ot cattle. Lett Bhoutder. Right tshonlder. Right thigh ot horaea. Cth D. Peterson, 1216 south. Phone 1274. Are. A, 1�-� On left side ot cattle. Oti right horsea. Bhoiild;r ol I LOST-Hast of* Leihbridge. "one tiiU'' bald-fared horse, In good condition, branded B 62 on right liip. �.00 re-warii for information lending to recovery of :ianie. .Apply .loe Ilcaly, 1 corner 7th Avo. and 21st St. S. _ ,!-�^\vard. J. E. Eullock. P.O. Hot ______________ ..... _ 4r..), Taber. Alta. 24-11 LO.ST-Three bead of horses i  ��^nded on left thigh as cu on right, one branded _ -m right tiiigh as cut ou '.nie ear cropped, ?10.0u rc-,.er head. Clarence McLauglilin. ; Iron Springs. Alta. _ 92--i S20.0(~iTkAVA1h) tor"recbTeiT black mare, weight 1,600, whll ' strip down face, branded on W. fhlKli. small rupture; one ba. geldinfj. bald face, twi," hind feet, branded on thigh as cut on left, and llcwani given, thani, AU;i, H. O. Rollajr, Wren-;8-215 Ue\jariJ. .Vila. On right hip o! cattle. John Bannen, ^Varser, 41-27 Hold and advise box (jJE!.'!:*! S:i--0; Albert Lobsciger, Iron Springs. Alberta. 5T-52 ^ also branded on right shoulder I as cut on riglit, foietop eu j weight l.lO'i; one black gelding. :.. . .,-j cd R H on left shoulder, reached j iv.ane last fall, two white hind feet, ..iiiip on nose, and star on forehe;;:!. ; weight 1,400. ; no Herald. Lt.)ST-Biacir"nuive, -l years oUl. right, : thigh brand vory poor; two wlii'c, hind : feet, white strip tin face; wire cut on ' left front fool; hay gelding. 5 year,-; j old. tv�i white hind feet, white nose. I pink left eye; bay mare. �! years old.}' j white face, left front Coot v/ire cn':i j all bramicd as cut on right on ' rinht thigh; per head reward for infornnition leading _ lo recovery. Fj't'd Pease, Milk Kivcr, Alberta. 87-G , STKA\ p:n-ToTli7-~"lwrhise..r of Olaf iHagen. Enchant, Alta., section 31-13-20. west 4th, one black saddle pony gelding, weight about floii ilis., white spot on forehead, also on nose, one , white fetlock, on left hind foot, lamo j In front foot; no vislhlo brand. Also one brown gelding about 4 years old, I branded -E- on left hip, white strip ; on forehead, white fetlock on hind i feet. .Above mentioned horses catno i to this place about October 1010. I 01 -Ih IMPOUNDED IN EAST POUND "u right shoulder. Easement, Carmangay, Al-45-24 On left thigh oJ horse;, m. Miles, Harona, Alta, 59-25 Left thigh ot horses. Right Jaw horses. �lu.00 per head reward. Notify Oscar Strand, Wrentham. Alta. 72-26 Cattle brand on rigi.t ribs. u. .-i. �\Veir, Ma<;lna.sln, Alta. Otic light bay mare, hlac' stockings, black mauo and tali branded One dark bay mare, white stiT^ face, loft hind fetlock white, no visible brand. JOSEPH GILLKSPIB, 01-0 Chief of Police. Left thigh of horses. On right thigh ot horseo. On left shoulder ot horse?. ueorge Gordon, Iron Springs, Alta. 86-26 TENDERSJW ANTED For cleaning oft weeds, double discing, drilling into wheat, about 50 acres around Henderson Park. Rotary Club, care of J. C. Bass. 92-S TENDERS Sealed tenders will he received by tho uiiderHigned up to noon, Friday, 0th .-Vpril. 1920, for tlie erection of an eight-room Sdiool with Assembly Htill at Barons, Alta., separa.fo tenders be-I ing asked for the Heating. An accepted cheguc for I5"?'e of the amount ot the tender must accompany each tender. The right i.s reserved to reject any or all bids or to waive any defect. Each application is to be accompanied by a deposit of Ten Uollars which will be rofundoii ou thn return ot plans, spetjitlcationy and bonafldo tender. I'ians and specifications may be obtained from H. :\1. WIIIDDI.N'GTO.X. Architect. C. HOWARD I'UY, Associate. 101 Sherlock Duildlng, Lothbridge, Alta. Ad T wf4 On left shoulder. luuriou Ackroyd, Magrath, Alt*. 86- TENDERS FOR SCHOOL HOUSE Tractor Cylinders Reground Wo specialize in regrlndlng gas tractor cylinders and fitting oversize pistons and rings. Wo have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Auio Cylinders Reground NIVEN BROS. .".16 iKt Ave. S. Phone 1782 SEALED TENDERS will be rec.^.v-ed by the Board of Trustees ot Wreu tham Consolidated School District No. 48, Wrentham. Alberta, at the offlcr of tlie Secretary-Treasurer, up to noon April 0th. 1920, for the erection of a throe-room brick and frame sciicol building. Plans and specifications may 'o-i seen at Llie above-mentioned office and may bo obtained from A. M. Jc'-fers, A.A.A., Registered .Architect, Edmonton, on payment of a deposit ot ?10.00, which will ba returned on receipt of a bona fide tender with plans and spocificationo. A marked chotino for five (5%) per cent, ot tender shall accompany same. Tho lowest or any tender will uDt necessarily bo accepted. N. C. TREGLOAN. Secretary-Troasurei. Address, Wrentham, Alberta, March ISth, 1920. Ad O DDNT IWAHVETERAN WME^: YPU HAVE A Please Notify W. LOWE Phone 1603 I 1 080375 ;