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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LEThnniDGE bAtbV MAKING 14INCH Ladies and Girls 8 and 10 inch White Poplin Shoes at lowest We have ful assortment of White Canvas Shoes in both rubber and leather See our line of Kiddies We save yos in Kiddies 4 rvo De WOLFS SHOE STORE WOMEN IN MEDICAL COURSES IN McGILL May Univer sity lias let down the burs to women so far as to admit them to the studj of medicine and The cor ponition of McGill announced this yes It is stipulated that worn en who are to be admitted to these courses must have tnken a degree in arts from recognized university or must take tho doublescourse of and or at McGill University or have taken the first and second years in arts at PARLIAMENT OF RUMANIA DISSOLVED May Ruman ian parliament has been dissolved by royal according to a dispatch from New elections have been ordered and tho new parliament i will convene on June EXCHANGE PRISONERS Hay agreement for the exchange of prisoners of war be tween France and Germany at Berne has been officially ratified bythe German vThe agreement vill become effective May after which prisoners over the age of 48 years will be returned to their own country FORGOILABATT May 0corps Foster mibmlttco a bill to tho house thin morning amending the Daylight Sav ing The purpose of the amend ment Is to Insure that the time shall nottfi advanced more than one hour beyond standard time in each prov Mewburn Denies Thlt Major General Mowburn rose to a question of privilege in regard to statement he had appear ed In the Ottawa Ciflzen and was cop ied In other papers In which hU name was referred to In connection with the appointment of Colonel on the board of pension commission Colonel General Mew burn was not his brotherinlaw and his appointment was made in 1916 before Major General Mewburn became a member of the present gov I wish to Major General Mewburn that I had nothing to directly or with Colonel Lnbatfs al though I remember when ha was of fered the appointment he informed mo of the fact and I advised him take it because ho Had a large private business and 1 thought the Strain would too much for Major Genferal Mewburn added that Colonel Labatt served through the Northwest rebellion us aprivate and was one of the most experienced Can adtans I Reid Not in It Sir Robert Borden remarked that the minister of rail nothing to do with the ap pointment Labatt to the board of pension Sir Wilfrid Laurier asked if an po portunlty would be given the house to discuss the Sir Robert replied that the question of Colonel Labatts pension was before the pensions Opportunity would be given to discuss the matter in the house Colonel Currie corrected a state ment which appeared in reports of his speech on the He was reported as sayingthere had been a careful avoldanceiof placing a tax on Canadian made Colonel Currie was the reverse of what he had iv Suit Judgment has been down By His Hflrtoty JtldRe Jackson in a ewe consldBrabJb Interest tlo tho tried amonth ago In the District Tho Is a armor Wilson and in ho shipped through the elevator ot the Flour Mills Company at Wilson Siding a quantity of mixed and Tne elevator man mado an advance upon tho Issued a special binned storage re celpt for tho and accepted instructions to forward tho shipment to be cleaned and the oats separated from tho and both grains to be credited to The tilovator man advised the Ogllvio Flour Mills Company at Medlcliae Wat of ho shipment and of his instruc nnd shortly afterwards the car was despatched from Lathbrldgo to GILLETT the ogllvlo Flouf Mills Company at Arid fdached that point liofore advice or Instructions were received by the Winnipeg con At Winnipeg the car was found td too full for Inspection nnd was tnken to tho companys ont mill and was tliero and at the same time inspected and was cer tified by the Inspector as extra 1 feed no reference being mado to any The first Intimation that Judd received that the shipment had not been cleaned nnd that not to get credit for any was some four months afterward when the company accounted to him for thg shipment as If it had contained nothing but Judds action was to the Ogllrie rtoor for the flax and the Widened on trial ma that talned at least 20 per dent 6C mixed irlth The judge held that upota etl It was clear the shipment did contain the quantity of flax claimed by that the arrangement as to cleaning had not been carried out through the fault of Ofllvlo Flour Mills and that Judd was entitled to be pakl for thd flax In the amounting in alt to the sum of Andreif Smith appeared for plaintiff and of Btanchard and Medicine for tho People Forum 111 Communications under this heading must bear the signatures ot the WHY REMOVE ANY ELEVATORS May The Lethwrage Herald Dear tyoOTteditorial in last nights Herald yoiTTnention the high cost of lumber and labor which mill ates against house you also mention the fact that Lethbridge is in need of anInterior Storage El evator to meet the requirements of the premier grainproducing district of Sunny SoutHocrf 1 quite agree with yet we have the strange anomaly of the Columbia elevator of being dismant led bythe Pacific Elevator and going to be erected else If ever there was a case of waste of surely we have it If a little town like Boisevaln in Manitoba can boast of fifteen elevators and surely in the centre of this great wheat growing can What is the Lethbridge local of the thinking about Why havent they bought it Here right in our city is one of the ablest and most active members the organization has ever Can tell us any thing about it How about it Dunham 88 Sai Takes you out of yourself and away your GROCETERIA Here lies the secret for the thrifty house down delivery expenses by carrying away your own goods and by so getting the benefit of reduction in The Qroceteria is proving a Come and see for yourself and you will be Satisfaction unconditionally We Open on May 11th i AT COALHURST THE E TICKNER 13tK Opposite Ellison Mills bathes his soul in the waters of great music is made strong i noehtfoitanOd These are times when every innocent diversion that can give us a mental holiday should be taken advantage It is true efficiency to do Dont think you are doing your duty by looking glum and It is patriotic to cheer your feel at your enjoy the uplifting sweep of the great music of the ages as placed in your home by the Columbia Grafonola DOES NOT EXPLAIN IT Editor of The Dear man first entrusted with tho grading of the Lethbridge Ys financial road was ignorant of level dealing and so headed them for a deep declivity the remedy for which was a subsequent bridging of the gap tho completion of this bridge you now term war exigencies in your explanation of the appropriation of the money now being raised for the war huts at the To strengthen your explanation you use the method of Adam in Calgary and others are doing For the same kind of stuff Ananias and Sapphira were carried out feet In these days you may by Incantation and wand waving make straight that which is your dont blame Lethbrldge if it does not mentally follow youin this matter or in that of the over estimate on the tux sale There uie limits to our docility but in cases of stniUigical retreat from illogical positions we are ever ready to Try name as Siftpn et al in now retiring their decision in re the placates of West ern iiut hour in the has for a good IOIIK time been casting about for a ready made side wind they think theyre got What ROBERT Send some to your is a Columbia Grafrmola in kia or Knighti of Cnlumbna If PROHIBITION IN May to reports reaching the office of Pro hibition Commissioner Findlay to a partial return of infractions of the provisions of the British Col umbia Prohibition Act during the month of April already total sixty six convictions resulting in the ilx month prison The total amount received in fines from the balance of the cases reached Sales at tho Victoria stora for the month of April amounted to and at the Vancouver store for the This great musical instrument has many some all dear in the point of service as comparedwith the original Columbia In finish of and smoothness of tonal beautyin the exclusiveColumbia tone control the Grafonola remains in dubitably v Priced from to In oak and are sure to find the Grafonola yoy Any one you choose will be a superb musical And any Columbia dealer will gladly tell you all them and play many records for you are ready to buy at the time or x Nttv Columbia Rtcardt out tht 20th of Foodwill win the warrd001 Columbia Graphophone Ontario Columbis Grafoudi Prim 86 Jfc Ifc Next Dallas Hotel The DrugBook Stole H lITED Phone 148 ;