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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THURSDAY. MAY 15, UU9- May report of Bte special committee on titles was house at the open- lifg'Joday. askea'lt iue Sovernment: would'set a day tor its illscusrfon. Sir Thomas re- plied that It was tho desire' ol the jr'inU minister-and the government :ha( the question should be considered is promptly as possible by the com-. nHt-Je and the report dtscusssd in the ioufe. He would be glad to set Frl- Izy or aioiiday next for the proposed llscwssion. .Sir .Thomas promised to nafc'e an announcement: :as of discussion. seventy yean have relied upon it for tbdr dWin- Oriental Cream "Vdur tomuiUtic are c! the opinion nd recommend that an address fee rewnted to His Majesty the King In io following words: "'To the Klogy Excellent" iMcjeity most 'gracious sovereign: 'We.' Your. Majesty's most dulifu and loyal subjects. Ibatouse ot inoas in Canadi. iu parliament r as- sembled, 'hntEfc'.y approach Your.Ma- jesty praying Majesty may be graciouilypleased: To "refrain hereafter from con- ferring iny .iltla, or honor, or titular o! your- subjects domiciled "or brdlaartiy resident ia Canada..save soch Appellations as are. of a professional or vocational cM.r- acter, or_ which appertain to an: of- to''provide that appropriate I appointed to ,wn action be taten by legislation or parts of, the .wise to .'ensure', the the deathyot-a'-peraon domiciled.or ordi ot right honorable and honorable be discontinued, but this dii! not meet Tritli tbe approval ot (he comralllee. Your commit lee. however, re- commend ot yie practice of awarding military or naval decoration, such as thO'Yictoria Cross, Military Medal, Military Cross, Con- ipiewiiw service. decorations to persons Jri military or naval services ol Canadaifor llonal and devotkm to duty. "your committee further mends Mm'appropriate fiisii by IssUls'-Son or otherwise to provide that hereafter no or ordinarily resident lu Canada shall accept, enjoy or uw any title of honor or tliaJtr distinction hereafter'wnferrei'; by. uny foreign government." CANADApf MAKING health and na resident In Canada at present iu enjoynient'.of .an hereditary title of honor or tilulir or tttles'as a'peer of the realm, and that thereifterno Of booor, titular jtotincnoB, dlcnitv or title n t petr of realm shall be acceded, enjoxed or used ti such person or be recognised 'All ot which ire hombly pray Your Majesty .'to -take Into, your favorable and gracious consideration' was made that the Inaugur- ated last year. A class of nine mirees, In training under the direction of Dr. Heher-Jamleson, Is this week clinics from the puh: lie school hgfclUi otfjcer.uid the city hospitals and' ylll read? inHhe course of weeks -vrith tie four nurws already in sen ice to the several points to be occupied this Eunimer. An impsr'.anl find Is reporteU the Beaver mine- at; Cobalt V t of Ladies' Coats and Suits You know our Regular are usually Lower Hlhan else then you get- a cut of ''on> every garment it means a big 'Saving to you, (price you cannot get from the other'iellow. Our Suits.on'saie this Week- end jr Suits on sale this week-, end.fpr_'.--- Suits on sale this week- f end I Our Swellest i selling lor '.V SWellest fi i i ,i selling 'lor Our Swellest Coats- selling for Our Swellest selling Our Coals for longer; these prices are certainly down Io rock bottom. lion ua to carry ou Iraicraal benefit Insurance.' "but oxtstlug Eoclctles will be deemed as Icensed. tAnuiial statements will have to bo'subuxUled to Ih9 superintendent of inay, it he consid- ers 11 necessarjv make special val- uation, ot the premises. Or. Tells. Spccittl Committee ot Commons What Sfcould Be t. 'OTTAWA, spccla coromiltee of the commons appointee under the chairman of Major Humi I Londov, to consider anc i mearis ot providing the application p science to industry In Canada, at Its first Bitting heard from .Dr. A. W, Mo Calluni, of the industrial ana scientific komo of the Domln ton's ureenl deeds and largo opportuu itles of Industrial, development base' oh scientific research: That Canada "lags far behind; Ih United. States'and, other countries1! encouraging and providing for- -th necessary application ot sclenttn knowledge to modern Here is a great dearlh of trained re- search worfcerslnCiuida; enough a present to suppl) onl> about pe cent ot the Industrial needs, and tha a start should be made at once to iir vide them and facilities for cp-orJIna 'ed and well-directed wa strontly urged bv Dr McCalljm To meet the situation and Ih way tor tho ijevelopment that come If Canada "is to Seep abreast i dustrial progress In competing ler countries. Dr. ilcCallum urge e carrying but the research cou plau for a natural research ins I Lc Dealta? with the problems alreadv vestigated b> the research council, r. McCalliini nolSd that great pro- ess was being made in the develop- ent ot ripening, g wheat One variety had been de- eloped which ripened two vseeVs ear- er than Marquis wheat and another rarleb had been found which was rust of these two as now being experimented with which it was rioped wonlif meet the nd sought and thus saving the tens f millioua of dollars now rrom rust in the prairie prolinces V further vietf ot wonderful results which might bo produced adequate cientlfic research iu Canada was re- ealed by Dr.'STc'Jiiiiurn, In connec on with the ntlliiation of the'gas traw iu Ihe prairie provinces, the reduction 'of ammonium sulphite rom_ i.oal distillot'oil. and the explor lion of the CSO.OM.DOO.OOO tons of llq Id lignite deposjti.ln Saskatchewan nd in "connection wi'h the carbonizing and bnquettmg these ignites, Dr'M'cCalTum noted Ibat Ihe governments Eslevan would be ,eady neifto turn put good furnace coal for the west at about ?7 a tun, equivalent io aathrac- lu now Imported from the States ,at from ?10 to ?20 a ton As an instance ot waste now going unchecked be- eause of Inadequate scientific methods, ie relerred Io the lack of recovering plants at gas factories throughout the Dominion, noting that the AYInni peg Gas'company aloni now poured about tops if ummonlum sul- phite into rlier each year OTTAWA, May meuJment Io tho Insurance act ros- ecling fraternal benet.lt lusuranco approved by the banking xunmerce committee ot the- commons oday. Under the legisla- o.l B. M. House and Mr. Page. Uw 'luerlcaii anib'assador'to lls'y. 'l understood (bat the confreres discuss ed the formula; of u propostU com- uiise nume.' 'AHERICArj DELEGATES PAKIS, May Slrumvltcb the.bea'd of tbe-Jugo-Slav uihslon in Paris, had.n conference today_wlth OEMOB1LIZINQ NtOBE CREW HALIFAX, N.S., May About tiro hundred anil fitly of the crew ot H.M.C.S. Nlobe, now being demobiliz- ed will leave hero on Saturday for their homes. They will be bound for many different points between. Hall- tax and Vancouver. All The Time We do not nourish the illusion here that a store gTows by big profits. .Fair and square, worth for money to do the right thing'by service prompt and efficient at all are the cardinal principles that we consider Jirst of qll.; A BEAUTIFUL CHIFFON BROADCLOTH 54 Inches In rich shades of reindeer, 'mole brown, Tiolet, wine, navy and 7 At yard tmlta IMPORTED ENGLISH FAST DYE SERGE IncWe wide, very fine soft finish nivy an3" black; rer yard i. IMPORTED 'FAST DYE SEDGES SO Inches wide; shades sand, taupe, brown, o navy, black; per y'rd 0 IMPORTED COATING SERGES, extra find A citizens' committee ot has formed with the aiding In tbe maintenance ot order in tne city and'arranging for the operation ot essential public utililtles Volun teers for this work asked for t, 'History of Strike V.1NN1PEG, May first nv timatlon the publW had of the trouble which culminated in the general stnfcp 'order wa- on April 24, when the sched ules of the metal workers and tho building trades prf senfed 16 em- ployers accompanied by demands for recognition of the unions and'a hour weeK Tbe by former was 17 cents an hour for mech anlca to M cenU tor laborers; for Ihe latter approximately an nour. Negotiations proceeded for several Finally tho'employers' offer ot five and ten cent was re Jected Tne employers announced I their willingne-s to treaty vlth em ploiee committees but rein used 54 Inches wlao, all jiuro long woSl; coaling welfht; at per C SILK LININGS for CAPES and COXTS It Inch pure Silks In a range ot suitable colorings, silk that girt satisfactory a ___ Per yard The Simpson Co. Limited f Mrtii ATCMM poj d to negotiate with officials of the ttelal workers' council The men decided to strike anil iralkcd out on the morn' Ing of May 1 On May C, at the i 4uest ot tne nuiiamg ir7nies and metal workers, tho Trades and Labor Coun- 1 ell decided to on the (luestlon Of a general help the men 7, ho are as Secretary Hobinson, ot the Labor Council, put II, "to oblaln better nsgea, reduction of hours of labor, recognition ot labor, retognillbn of trades unions and collective bar gaining" When a count of the ballots Indi- cated that a general strike was im-, mlnenb, 1'remler T. C. Ntrrls, and Gray 4 conforenfe ot employers and employed In trailcs affected by tho depute This confer- ence continued until Tueailas tioon On Tucaflaj night tho Trades knd Labor Council decided W call a gen- eral f.trlke, nounclng that the loto was in faror of sympalhotlo walkout, Secretary noblnson anld, "bcforec (ho mer! return to all disputes ponding- that Is disputes by trades opart from Ihose af.lafllly re sponslble fo> the calling of Ihfl gen 'efal bo 'Bellied, to the sat 'hfarllori ot ihg men Involved arid th 'cehifal strike totomltlcp.'' It vtKH. announced -that unions refuslni; mandate, of Iho Iralo cwncif would be (Icall SUIT SALE THIS WEEK r L EVERY STYLE AN EXCLUSIVE ONE EVERY SUIT REDUCED EXTRA SPECIAL! NAVY BLUE SERGE SUITS Made In nm spring from good qualits pu'e wool twill, trimmed with braid; fancy collar; throughout with satin. Skirt plain tailored style, worth at least Rylands' Suit The Suit Sale of the Season Regular values up to 'Regular values up to Regular np to Regular values up to for The New Styles in Ctipes and Dolman Coafc JERSEY CLOTH COATS "MI.! Z Dainty NeW Dresses for Street k T House or More Dressy" Occasions These-.are by .far the smartest styles ever' shown in Wash Fabrics and Fnnc> Voile See them in the window, or heller still, try.lhemon. Priced Right, Made, Right in the Most Approved Styles. Theso aro the latejI novelty and are Tory-smart! tBey havo jqBt -urm-Til, frgm-uio east. Used as an eitra wrai> like a cape or, sweater coat for spring and summer wear. They come in rose, blue and grey, made with1 fancy embroi- dered In pretty ae- fn signs; CHILDREN'S DRESSES 'I hat fire sure fo Tvm Ibe ap jiroval cf every mother? Pretty IIUlo dreaacs, coupled their.evident qaalily make thein jinusually desirable "ilia most winsotnd aprinjg models in, good qiialUv percales. Moderately v to GAffiRDINE DRESSES It is not only the exclusive styles which arc it is the finish and fit as Srell ot these flna Whllo Mercerized Dresses that attract some with aalln vosteesj others with fanc> Priced at a V9ILE DRESSES; Fine sheer Voile Dresses In a choice selection of correct new stjles, everj one an'atlractljeiiuodel maiio from a selecllon of the dalfiliest fabrics In wide selection ot colors to IT PAYS TO AT RYLANDS s SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK i- EMBROIDERY Hne Cambric Embroidery In nwirled widths and patterns; some'from four'to Inchci wide, up to 35c yard end Special........... UNDERWEAR 1 Cotton'Underwear I good' qua HljV, 'J Theso ore odd pieces but the value and dual' ily Is tar.above the artrago, up to (100; WceK end Special WHITE COTTON" 600 yafds ot.SS Inch In good (lualily, This is ft real snap fcr1 thrifty buyers who retiulre cotton" (or under wear, etc. IWgulir Week erid OP fatta CORSETS A final this line of good final- ity coraels, made in incdlum crs allached.-sp'cridid vaino and regular value up to MOO and 'Week end Special LADIES'SWEATERS puro wool Coat Sweaters'In var- ious colOrK. Theso aro sllghll} soiled but tnro goo'd for molofing VhenTworn under coat 'or cape. Values ill) to Wc6k tnd' Special ......1...... 1 STRIPED JLANNELETTE 500 >ards afrlped In food qiiallty and as- sorted good width atul "value IhAt Is worth nt least .Week end Sale.............. 2Sc Rylands Co. V V f ;