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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN twniier Appears To Be in Good Extend Congratulations. OTTAWA, the Can- idlan arrival of Sir Rob- c-rt Bordeti to tVie commoBs chamter ut 3-30 this afcrt'noon was the elsrnal Jcr an outburst of applause. from all sections ol the cham- ber and continued Footer ;m- nouooed ibis afternoon 'Jiat the bud- get would he brought tlowu 'i'u Tin- house will go into supply ou Mon- day. to Court Bill. OTTAWA. May the Can- adian Arthur Meisl'f" secured first retailing ol a bill whkb seeks to give municipalities the same rights as hitherto enjoyed by prov- inces in the matter vt regulating em- ployment offices. Hon. C. J. Doherty's till to the Supreme Court act was brought tip for second reading. D. sugsested that tho interpel-. htions and rulings ol the supreme] c-jirrt wert> tools of toe lawyers' trade i to tho use of whkh they had SOLDIERS KILLED April 30. The Incidence ratio per thousand in'five years waj 591. There had been litcroaso of inci- dence In last two aud a haH years ot 16 oeut. Tho incidence ratio (crude) of tuberculosis per en- Tubercular Specialist Tells Pen- by any pension or allowance-. Arted as to their opinion of tho establishment of a colony, Col. Hartt said any attempt should oa ex- perimental basis. Ite did not know o( Committee of Ter- rible OTTAWA, May CsnzStan tamed tiiomsclvos only after o-1 a-redi of tnbercalar sold- Ouly a BiiiO necessity tor CHASE SANBORN m SEAL BRAND jj COFFEE sznsfying, CoSfct, rich, EseBofcV nourishing, tK-er.c trd In 2-fc. Ti FNEZ-g-.outxl (foe Trico.Uioa or ihc 5 B Q MONTREAL When youeat let it be the best. .hanging tho prat-live of the supreme i-otirt would justify interference wi'.'a the urocedeuts i-urroundins tho prac- that court, which rulglu ren- useless tho textbooks written i around tho act. and the valuable pre- contained iu priry council rui- ou supreme court procedure. Mr. Doherty said that he shared Mr. objection to a zuodifi- -.itioil of tho Supreme Court act. 'ar as the constitution of the court was effected. The object of this bill was quite different. It simplified lie definition of the court's jurisdiction and mado uniform the application of supreme court jurisdiclioa to nil eases of a simiiar character, irrespecllve of provinces those cases originated iu. The act had been introduced at the instance of the judges of the su- preme court themselves and contained provisions based upon the court's ei-1 in the matter of pension and aft- er-cars irers placed before the commtttw oa pensions this nxwnlng by Dr. C. D. and Col. W. M, Hartt, deparimont of civil tuberculosis special- ist. Col. HarU said finally In, the case of tubercular patients pens Sou 'shodld not ho reached until tho men became seriously 411. The cases shcajld be givsn frequent rerfeTr, if possible, by a re- listed men Tas The taeidecco, ratio aaonar British forces Vas C.14 1.000. Incidence in Canadian expeditionary forces wai 120 per cent, greater lhau in the British expeditionary forcejV perience. No Information. ReaF Seville Orange Marmalade AU Orange anl Suf ATo CGtnoafteffe, j Bciled cart in Sitter PeM. OTTAWA, May (By the Can- adian H. Stevens, oi Van- couver asked in the house -today if it was correct that r. Young receiv- ing an annual salary ot Iroin the Canada wheat bturd. Is the government Mr. Stevens asked further, "as to wheth- er or not tho said P. Young is receiv- ing iu addition 10 (he above salary, an annual salary of fK'.MO from the LakeShippers'Clearance Sir Gecr-ze Faster: "The depart- ment has uo information. Tho hoard appoints and pays its own working staff." .No public monies have been ex- pended on behalf c! tlie Canada wheat board. All coils aud charges were de- fr.iyed from proceeds of sale in the haads of the hoard. view board which should include a tuberculosis spcoielist Col. Hartt, referring to the scarcity ot tuberculosis specialists In said the wort did not appeal to pliys- leans unless lacy hid suffering from tuberculosis. Living conditions of s. discharged tubercular patient shonli be guarded. A mm offset con- ditions In arr office if he had good con- ditions at home. Social service follow- np work was Important iji tbJs gard. Methods of treatment were of much more importance than climxtic condi- tions. Pay to tubercular workere should be on a baste of work accom- plished and should not bo Inflnenced inving goao enough to jasUty a derfslt'2. ThU afternoon the commltlco discuss Insurance with C. D. Finlay son, chief vt the Insurinca branch of tfce finance department. Dr. If. S. Beland, Dr. J. W. Hiward6, Dr. A. TT. CblshcJm aid Dr. P. Mc- Gibbon were appointed a sub-cominit- tea to consider tho pfnslon board's ot disabilities, Mestrs. Brlen, Chlsholm and Tweodlo EUD- committee to confer with the depart- p ment of civil re-establish- ment In regard to tie treatment of cases. COMMERCE BOARD WILL INVESTIGATE SUGAR CONDITIONS ON MAY 25 OTTAWA, Mar the Can- aatia C. ParCstt, Mus- koka, and Col. A. Hirtt, tubercular special Is I, were called thfa mornins by the special commWeo on pensloas :n resard to tuborcnlosla amons sol- iere. Dr. ParfHt said there were Canadian soldiers idled m action in fire years, itoile the number ol deaths In from tuhfrculosis fras S20. There tubercular cases the Canadian force ive thrceniuarter years to Point to this Other Business Affecting Al-i berta Will Come Is Acting Premier. Tongue! Remove From Stomach, Liver and "California Syrup of: Figs" Child's-Best Laxative OTTAWA, May Board of Commerce of Canada will hold a bear- ins in the board's oKices on May 25 for the purpose of further investigat- ing the susar situation as to present and future. The eastern su- gar refineries will be requested to at- tend this hearing, and the ers, retailers and consumers are in- vited to attend for the purpose of giv- ing the board such information ap- pears desirable in determining the fu- Hire policy of the hoard on the sugar situation. REU B LOO D, STRENGTH AND' ENDURANCE FOR SALE BY J. D. HIGIHBOTHAM 4. CO., LTD. REID DENIES UANGLEY'S CHARGES OF MANIPULATION OTTAWA, May the.Can- adian denial is given to charges aUrihuted in licgiua dispatches lo Hon. George Lansley, minister of municipal affairs for Sas- katchewan, that "tha Canadian Na- tional Railway is heing used uy the federal govennnetit as a-political ma- chine." "Tho statement U aosolu'.ely un- commented Dr. Reid, minister of i-aihvays and canais- CALGA'RY, ila-f IS. Charles Steinvrt left Tesiiay ntjht for Oltavca '.a ssttis -take up the quesyoa of Alheria oatsminj control of its natural resonrces.iand other gov- erameat ouslne-ss, according to Major R. B. Eaton, M. I. A., Hatidaills, -who arrived in Cafsary Wednesday tnora- ing from Edinonion. Major Eaton had to cdoie around by that route on account of the complete tie-up of through serrice on the B.'Gooso Lake line. the premier ;s awny, Hon. C. R. -Mitchell, provincial, treatnircr anc acfinj minister-of health and munici pal affairs, will be actiag premier o( ihe province also. KIDNEY The Sweetest Story Ever Told The Walter W. Shaw Company, Limited Wholesale MOOSE JAW EDMONTON You don't rfaii this slory-- 7011 tell abt'jt tho even "deliciousuess o[ Honeymoon Chocolates, try You will tell the Fame story ofttr the first CONSTIPATION, allowed your liver to be. come sluggish, the bowels clogged, the stomach poisoned from the ac- cumulated waste matter. Get rid of tituc ol need- lot itfiriot, it lo diajcroin illneiKi, Brioj betltby itlmaltte your liter-tone up the Komlcli, jenlly, Ihe bovreli, DAO or' two Tibleti You will fed Chimberlain Medicine bsiler ia the morning.I Sore, life tnd relitblt. Q0i Xorontd ihebaneoflife Tab. nod tlicn Sandy. Creates Office for Publicity Campaign To! Get Alberta Coal Into Manitoba, Accept. Syrup of. Kjs for. the name tho package, then you sure yoor child -is having tho bwt and harmless laiatlve-or. physic for-tho little stomach, liver and boKeb. Child- ren ;ofe Its dfiliclouq fniltr: tuBle.-Full directions for child's doss on each bot- tle. Give it without fear. Mother! Yon mart say "CaHIoroia." HJMONTOX, May tutcht.buryr former secretary of the ilberta returned soldier commissioa, as been offered the position of pub- agent for the rallies branch, mdor the provincial secretary's de-j [rartment. This office Is being created ly the government for tbe purpose ot iitcnding tie market for Alberta cwl, particularly in Suska'lchcwan and ianitoia, and will include In Us du- ies the general publicity ood ag work which has been- asked for rora various sources fts a -necessary condition to setting more busfnuaa 'or the minea in Alberta. If >tutchehury accepts the no will begin work at once, with a view to sorting an active campaign 'or tho coirjing season. FUN FOR TO DYE CLOTHES "Diamond Dyes" Turn Faded, Old Apparel into Hew Doa't worry, aboat ported results. Use "Diamond guaranteed to Sive a new, rich, fadeless color to any rubric, whether .Tpol, Bilk, linen, cotton or mlicd good blousea. stocklnffs, skirts, children's feathers, draperies, covirinzs. Hook irtth each pack- age tells so nor? to diamond dye over anr color that vou can not ruaio a mistake. To match .any material, have drug- gist ahow you "Diamond Adrert. Liberals Gather in Ottawa To Talk Over Future of Parly Promised. Nature intended women to ho ntroni loallhy and hrtppy the day IB Ion, instead of being sick and JJut how cau any woman be health and happy when tlic whole norvou syfltom Is ur.atrung. The trouble, they pay more attention to thoir srjci nnrl household at night r.nd my appetite very poor. 1 couUI not M'nlk ncrc'.is the floor with- out trembling. I hail hot flushes fstlntlnc. apoll.i. When I on my i socond IO.T. ct MillMirn's Heart and I lif-gaii to foel httter JOS vljon I felt like n dlfforcnt pnr land on until I CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS I am withoul them in (he o am! recommend them to all who suffer v.-tth their nMTis.'' I'riro Fific a box at all dealers or on rccf-lpt of b> Tho T. Mllburii L'c., UraHcd, Toronto, AOvori. Charles Bnrean, A. B. Copp, W. O. Kficnedrand Andreir Ilayden, l Bccrelary, J. S. t'ne T. fe X. 0. cm ployo arrested at Ileaallp for rtoal hrg fura Ontorfo Vm Co iiaa 'oeen alhnvci! out on bzii HAD ECZEMA Id Bczema or Salt Rheum taeli in little roond which ontaln an ejlreihely IrritallnK nuld. These break and subsCQUcntly a crust 3 the Intense tchlng and smarting, especially nlj'dt or when the part IE ejtposed to any strong beat Ifi almost unbearable. The succees which Hnrdock BJcod Bitln-K iins met In akin diseases of KTXTI severity h duo to Its wonder- ful blood cleansing and purifying ortles, fend we know of DO other rem- edy that has done or can, do, so mooj. Mr thoso who are almost driven to dla- traclion with (be terrible tortnre. Mr. J3mcj 153 Nlngara St., Hamilton, Onl., have been usinf; Miirdock Blood Blttcra for some mouths past, and find It an ciccllcTit remedy for ekln erapllone. I liarn Buffered with eczema for over 28 yeftrs, and have tried almost thing you could think of. I was recnra- mended to USB Burdock Blood Bitten, and I am now clear of my skin trouble. II Is certainly a eood remedy I shall refommwid It 10 all my friends." Manufactured for ovor 40 yt-ars by Tne T. Mllburo Co., Limited, Make no mistake. When you order Corn Flakes your grocer is glad to supply -you with Kellogg's in the goodness-guarding package, wrapped and sealed with moisture- proof "Waxtite." He knows that this protecting package will keep the Corn Flakes crisp, rich, full-flavored and.oven fresh 'til served. Guaranteed by this te'e Cora ded Bnal-'-irc made In our new modernized kitchens at TORONTO aria wrappc.1 TOASTED CORN FLAKES BATTLE CREEK., 1 of Pure, Milk any time you want it "yOU surely do solve die, problem of a plentiful supply of fresh milk when you buy ST. CHARLES BRAND EVAPORATED MILK i nitk the creant left in in liberal quantities. Wany people ate buying it a case at a timeiot a dozen at a time and doing away altogether with the annoyance of being oiit of milk one day or having too much the. Bordcn's evaporated milk, with the cream left in, is rich, wliolesome, puve, country milk from Canada's finest dairies. Sealed fresh insanitary rinsa.ncl always ready when you want it. u-ati-ti zt' .vfi need fresh fir, Charlss Milk Don't ask for milk say "BORDEN'S" THE BORDEM COMPANY, LIMITED MOKIKEAt, P. R. Ganacfa's (National Milk ;