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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN TllR l.CTHBmiXiE DAILY KRIDAV. MAY 'fiifUy Gir in Newsprint Enquiry at (Mtawa OTTAWA, Mar and tensions ol Ihe newsprint inqulrr ire feeing hold in order to PCT the present Before Comnilfilouar 1'rlnglo by SatunJar-niebt- Thomas It Phillips, tor the s aiSlls. .irtlcli ire, accused'Of arrertini power "generated In to the Vnlte-d jfitAtt-3 to a greater extent than tna KllaiTi. thereby Increasing the .cost of manufacture on the Canadian side, pui EtEinew O. Seli- ner. otthAl company, Into ine 'stand ro prove that In 19JS au iterate _cf flishtlr more thin l.OOC horse- rower was retilned Tor me in tit. Mr. Phillips produced an inent between lie company tnd 'rrown to the effect that 1.000 should inn's be retained, hut W. X. Tilley. (or Jhe publishers, that oihec Wtatules provide thai there shall Ire a 50-50 divlslou. wMi n suroius of, I kept ra the Canadian side. adralMhat niw inan half weal to the VnlLed said .Mr. 1'ulilipt. N l.-.twiwd Coit ol Papir UoferniMui Auditor Clirtson has figures wnlch I oat ilf diversion ot Cinidi.jenerated power 'to tni mills incrMjed toe ceil of at Fort from MJ. liowever.-B'buld1 onl? ftdmlt tha cost had.been increued by t: 01. hit claim bplni that th( In- totalled J7J-S39 on toss Si 1J1S. Ur. poiiiwd out thai sul- phite Is not iMnufacrured In the Can- idliu in'Jls. but Imported from lha across tile boundary. If tfid mills were 10 to considered, as separate sulpilif should chareed Into Cabxlitn costs at market price, and not at cost, as has been the case. such, a methoJ.Nhc contended, would In which couM have bst'n using 6f> per cent, of ihe power tn OFEXPEMCE Urjed Rv Senator LyncK-SUun- ton Who.Favors ment X. Tiller. made tn emphatic protest when Com- i Prinjle contended ihil the prlre Jiiei) for newsprint last Septem- ber ires la part an effect u> poaiible IOKH on lha put the inannfac- turtn dnrtEf the prertous period when filed WM oolr ISO. Mr. Tiller conlanded that 151S price must cotar 191S condttiou! and "not ba made Trtth a rlsir la loc OTTAWA. May tor im pruvemeat in Uxe machinery ol thp b.v- the ten- ate aeaiu yesleni.vy. l.ynch- Staunlon. wui> resumed lha iliscujslon, supported Senator resolu- tion In fafor ot a small. Inner-cabinet 10 deal exclusively iviih questions or policy, and also (or the swurfcs of eiperl technica( advice on all large quwtidnB or 'administration. Cacada. he uld. had suffered 'gix'Jtl.v in the pist BQsenco' of sound, ei- per, aivlce before Uunu-hlng upou big enterprises. Senator McLennao. mover ot proposal, who tlie debate, said that bis intention was not uestroy. to improve. Iho usefuVness end Increase the elfiolency of repre- eentatlre government. The has bec-n referred to a special com- ol tbe senate lor a reply. Letter carriers arc clothed Sn khaki, with Stetson hals and fnlrt waists In the. summer months. Interred That Wtlfare Institute Sessions Held THE REAL TEST of home baked food comes when the second helping is offered. The ance, texture and taste of food raised MAGIC BAKING POWDER Great Money-Saving Event For You Lower prices on dozens of lines of Piece Goods and Readj'-lo-Wear Gannents taken from our regukr stock and marked down for quick sale all day Saturday ,vand evening. 34 INCH FlANNELETm 31c Par.' fl ;40-20 HUGK AIR .20 -M INCH BLEACHED HUCK v-j 'TOWEtlNG 27c GENTS' CASHUERE FINISH SOX 3 PAK FOR BlMk Dttj. MEN'S COTTON FLEECE WORK SHIRTS Ktekl Ml slK, bMT? drill, sptctal PENMAN'S SPRING Undcnriv, ihb-ts. driirert; i PA iM to 41; Saturday M-ciaL i.DU I OMAN'S NATURAL WORSTED THREAD .UNION SUITS 42 oat? Saturday: Special ii SHEETING 7'5c Sato wMtk, Jnrtii; ifleruHA fruit- fl.M. rW BLEACHH) .49 "-HemniM, stnjuj quality, BLACK COTTON HOSE- teiyy Quality that will Hire gobu WORSTED' H YARN Spriac weight, .ill cizca; SaUrday -i garment GENTS SPRING WEIGHT-UNDER-' W'-' WEAR WoolTTCir Union 'JL pn and sizes; Saturday i 'BOYS' JERSEY.SUITS SomrthmE new, pml and ynalBi comtiDaltenj I 'with separate Jersey; sizes 2 lo 6ryears; while, Copenhagen and brown; per suit HUNDREDS OF HATS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Ic straw, cloth and crash; priced o ftn 35c to JiUU GIRLS' SHOWER. PROOF CAPES "WHh hoods; sizes 6 io U years; Salordaj- price......................... Some Live Bargains in the Silk Dept. 3C WCH SfL! POPUN, ewr ftak, tilt it, WCH HABUT1, q J regAr pi, best our regular and i.i. y, erery tkrwd nlk, n, a dozen different WCH FANCY SHAHTUNC per wiih'ififu'res ot and blue, 36 WCH STRIPE HABUTI it per While with stripes 'of purple, green', blue and black. M DJCItSlLK Klin, .t Sha'des Copenhagen blue, rose, grey, regular [INFANTS' SPWNG .WEIGHT VESTS :1BittaMd dom.trwt, cmtiMc rtunt, rtfslar vihie nd tatln (klrts, are on i 1 nr cUe Satordiy at 1J.79 ison of that .accldeni. It it ot Jlr, 'J.MVoycheV, liai been found LADIES' WOOL PULLOVERS In CA parple, blot; Met ALLOVER APRONS OR KITCHEN., DRESSES Assorted ilrlpei and In good 1 OP quallly percalrt; all ;lzea; tacb Ouc O-.viv ISLAND. Sljiy boJy o( Mr. Harry Arblasier, the vie- JouDd Jajt-'SalurJay jiiorolni. May Jt( at Medicine llti. Tbe was pre- IVir "burifcl lo.Uiai cjly. and to Dow IslaiKl on the 110011-train oii Montlay. The IntermeuL YKS mfcle In iHe UoW-lBlaaiU met cry after; HOOD. The body of "bse of ihe other rlo-. 'Medicine Hat, and arrived noon train on Wednesday. The burlcl tooX place lu tic local leryupon Ihe arrlVal or Welfare The- Child's Welfare Institute held in Bov Island oil ud Friday, Uav 1 and 2, under (lie dl: rectloa o[ 'Hey. E. S. Bishop, Alberta's Child's Welfare secretarr. The convfntloQ opcued on Thars: day sfteruooii. 'Rev. E. S. Bishop In- troducing the subject. "The Import- ance ot the care of tho child for I lie building a catton." Friday oKemoon the Bishop profed Beyond n doubt thai wlien we consider (he relation mother ocara to her child, -.that she should be clflcteaL In molber (JJr.) Bayoea read a paper oil "Feeding ot the showing. Lhe is bound to be pleasing and satisfactory iri every sense. Magic is an econom- ical -and healthful and because of its uniformity in strength, and has Justly earned its repu- tation of being Canada's Perfect Baking Powder." Send address for free1 copy of "'The -Way" contaiqing selected recipes, mejiy _ of which are illustrated in their -Contains No Alum ifini and Ibal nesrlrall sUtkownDri hivo losses to report, Kd. topbam liead by besides liaving about Iwenty-flTe htad Ecnttercd all- over tlie country. E. A. Grant has 3oid the house form- erly occupied by A. C. Meiidcnhall to J. Gesscer. The. Y. SI- C. A. lid Triangle [unit campaign this district has. been care .Ihat'must' be by thl motlior- evonlng Dr. ot tlib orainlnatioti ol children. ailments mlEht lie and many rases eradicated entirely If taken m 1C wo want Uie bmtlcs Ifco bo.vj iiii Ihe lo trow to "men and irompn, thej for property. Mr. Biehop spoke of the raltie of a "fittle .taljy.. Nations DOT the rising generation more than'ever be-[ .fore because b[ ;th'e toll o( i human lUe oi tie late Vorld irar. has lost "'so many Ihero must be greater etfort than tiefore to save the babies. The attcodaacel'al the conrnnlion was not very but those -who at- see more, clearly llian ever Ibe ol Fuch a mOTcmenl, not only. tor Ihe little babies, but lor the growing boys aid girls. Drs. JrcDunald- and- Woodland, of llctlicine "Hal, made a professlonil risit here'last Thursday on Dr..llunro, tad blood poison. guesi at. tie boms his .aunt, R. H.-KobeTtpn, lail .Thursdar.. i' Mr' W. A. Bafemai.. arid familS tiieir Urnij mdjoini last -weeli. Mrs. R. H. lat- ter.part ot last -sree'lt in.Lcthliniige- 1 Pateiron visited in" Medicine Hat Mrs. S. A. Hall, of.tie public school still spent IhB past v at Medicine Hat. i'.. .jv Sir. and Mrs. E. Harding lnVr. m: Into cottage'on 'the corner of .'UlhbrWge Arc. 1 JIIss Fleming. public school i stRlf here, had IhE pfcasure 'ot a, viEll i motber" Mrs.. Fleming, ol Jlediclne Hal, rcver tt'o week-eha. Sliss Sinclair, who lias oeen teacK- ing In Sunnyvale District, lett tor Cal: gnry last week. 3Ilss Andren-5, of Carnegie, S.D.; was io iuSn SaLurdsy. Miss Lucille a Island visitor on iva's also 'JIIss thter dls- trlcl. The Bow Islasd arc planning tor-a blj- celeJjratlotf hert i on Hay i4th. Tb.o Lutheran minister and (amirr the rhonscUliis Treelc. The' Red Cross .met In Hifl reslTOoni Prer- icniB to the ttae In Red'Cross sewing." Tnose'Tireatnv were: Jlesdames Moerke, "RoljertoiJ, James. MacCregor, STeimum- son, Rich and Weris and -Mnjl Caldcr. I.e neit metliog will'be ohjlhe flrrf In June. Mr. ami Mrs. Etfonl.' of. Weslflol.i) lEtrkt, south of IJunlelt, motored to "tow Jglanu on Saturday. Theti Irom ere tliey wcnl by train lo .Modjclne lat, to be present the anglre.raarr ot tlic founillns tno 1. O. F.. In Amirica, The Ladles' Aid L'nltcil hurch met at Ihe Mrs. Oliver) lellier slreel, irilh .Vr9. T. inzolilsbj- _is hostess. Thhi was Hie' annual meeting, and pHlccri President, Mrs: Hurl beri; lirsl jecrelBiT, Ollverf treasufer, Mr4 Gco. Johnston; convener o( work coinrnlltec. .Mrs. Ingoldaby. to couilltion of tho roads, until .neat week.'-The drive litre is. in charge of Great War A'clerads, loosling lor an or- ganlntlon that bus receljid its jhafe o! knncVs shoulil bring good results. Mr. Sambel. tho Secretary, who served in Franco for over tvro yeare, la an eii- thUGlastic supporter of eare, la a the "Y" and has eulfstod lha help at a. number of bis comrades' for the loral .'carupaljn. Neit v-'eek, wcnther conditions permit- ling. the'jrqorlo of this district may cxuect Le visited of the country's defenders "and it is fully ei- pceteil thai they will live to tlielr reputation for giving (6 a good UIUA Miss Moffati of tho Union Buiil staff recurned to her home In holm ou Monday, much to the regret of the circle of friends ehe mad( during her short stay here. ilei- Malley received t- shork last week when Popham Mai liandcd him the Uro'at North Ineurancl Company's cheque for J75. In ppymenl of n noHcy on a cow Vnlch he lost, proof ot death of which had only beta sent days previously. HEAVt LOSSES f I Are Widely C A, Ned Drire .1'oatpoiied ' Ouf Own DAHONS, of Saturday caUle owiftfs of tola irlel lost lieavllf. fM of all teen ler expOTore nn los ut flflSnJ lifxl Hot twihyeiir old i mint- titat -tlieLast All the moiiey sayiiig for ihe paai iivo'e youvs again fov'the last''time. WE EXPECT TOMORROW 'WILL BE THE OF THE ENTIRF, SALE. AND WOULD ADVISE BUYING AS EARLY' AS1 POSSIBLE TO. .INSURE GOOD SERVICE AND PLENTY, OF TIME IN 'WHICH TO MAKE SELECTIONS.'', .MIMEASON SALE THE GHANCE TMORRO i We are Re-opening our opportunity 'v any "Queen Qual- Su'it-or Coat, in tlie Store FRED THAELL eos THIRD AVE.. s ;