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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta OTUDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1917 fJIE LETHBWPnE HERALD PAfiE SEVEH Watch Your Sneeze! It may be the forerunner of bronchitis or a bad cold. It is nature's warning that your body is in a receptive con- dition for pprms. The way to fortify yourself against cold is to increase warmth and vitality by eating Shredded Wheat, a food that builds healthy musde and red blood. For break- fast with milk or cream, or any meal with fresh fruits. HetaH Horn In Lethtrldge will re- Sbaln open on Saturday night tills Week, but 11 la doubtlul whether they vlll ba opep on lha or Saturday, November 10. Mre. Lewis, factory lid pec lor., stales that the enforcement of Ilia new factary net commeiica la LothLj-Jdge iloudaj-. MeauUmo Ihe exfeiitlve uf tlia relall clerks association nidiiR on Monday to discuss the act. ft'ii on Thursday eTenlng next aU mem- bora ol tho naaoulat'iou will In Labor Tcmplo.lo decide on tbo proper course to pursue. Hctull clerks ara strongly lu favor of Satur- day eranlag closing and are also agafaBl the rule of allowing stores la remain open for thece evenings before Christmas. They believe all shoppers can do their buying during day and thus avoid thla Imposi- tion on the clcrlts- 11 Is .understood a petition will be presented to Hie ctly council asking that tho early closing bylaw shall bo enforced to apply to all relall stores (a tLe city to do away wllh late clos jng on Saturday nights and bettrc Jiolirtaya. Quite a number of employees o1 (be different factories and rctaf stores ol tho city met at the Trades and Labor TompTc last u light to near Mn. Margaret Lewis, Inspector, ex- plain the various points of tho new Factory Act from Ihc standpoint of (ho employee. Some of iho main points are as fallows: Day ahltt work shall Ijo performed lelweoa the hours of seven' In the mornl'nf and ell'In Iho evening. Employere shall keep a pay roll oC alt employees vrho shall be paid fort- ntehtly. The payroll must bo open to tlio faclory Inspector. No chiia under 15 shall be employ- ed In any shop, .factory, office or of- fice building. No employee shall receive less llian J1.50 per sUlfl, per week. unless In the case of apprentices who Ehall receive not less than ycr shift, No shall lie for more than one shift In any day except for special reasons o[ trade or acci- dent. This means that In stores, 11.Is unlawful to remain open attar six on Saturday evenings unless a new ehlft Is employed. Employees ehall be allowed not less tlian one hour bolweeu -11 and 2 o'clock of each day for meals. "WlattifdZy worY afiall .bTBone In'a room used for sleeping or living room or In a room where meals are cooked or prepardd. Chairs or seats must lie provided In all shops where women are employed, one for each woman employed, find the employer shall permit her to ua the chair .when ,1101 necessarily cn- Ihc work for whichshd'is employed and tbo employer shall not by any_ rule, threat or other Irillmn 11 OH prevent any woman employee from nsinE such chair or scat. Another Important cccllon of the eaya: No employer knowingly permit or suffer any: pereon to work In a factory or shop In which fooil or food products or niaUrlals flro roanu Taclurcd, stored .or..Xcpt for Gale or sold, who 1s affected with" pulmonar> tuberculosis or with. ecrofulvor -with any.venoreHl dleeaae or" with any com munlcable. akin .'and even' employer shall fttep himself in a rcn hQftltbr'condition ami-slim, not craploV ;or employ any person therp la reason to be- Mere, Is not In reasonably healthy all all, any person affect crl vl'ui'any of aaTd diseases work Jn any such factory or abop. CONVENTION THAT AFl'UOYKD STOCKHOLM DELKOATION Made in Canada, Victoria, D. C., Nov. Jamil Us, British born anil armed wllli Brit- ish passports signed by tho British consul at Kohcjj Japan, wore refused n landing from n. Japanese steamer hy QIC local Immigration department early this -x-ceK under tho ruling of orders In council prohibiting the entry ot artisans, skilled or unskilled Into rllfsh Columbia. Claiming lo have ecu born in En gi a fid, tie heads of io families ata'.cd that they had been cut out lo Ihe Orient aJ represcc vca or a prominent rubhcr manufDct- rlng linn. They had" Ihclr upa and owns and with dwindling Iluanccs it docIUed to cross tho PacHlc to Tho two families vrtre GO to Seattle, where their case will c taken up by the United Stales tm Igrallon olflclals. Frederick Cost, head of one of the imlKos, came across Ihe Pacific v.-lth te intention of Joining the colors. Divide City .Into Districts Be On Lethhrlrtge's Victory Loan commit leo complsteii farther details of lliel lajterenlne at t the Ixttrir.of hulk) lag which was litcnAld'by C: rell, deputy siipervJaor. lor Ino rijslrlo 3. J. Shepherd, cbilrpiRD', prealded ail A, MeCorrle, iccreUry w also preirnt. 11 was decided lo divide the city In to dlilrlcta (or canvags.. A upec 111 committee o( three, ippolnlerl h the chair, will tike charge, of ill up rllcatloni .for j'jtucrlpyons pter pd MilcS nb'cbmniiaeiin-ym The special conjI Frmnlt Colpnian.'R. V. Olbljona sn A. M. Once. TOMO men ifteii wl concerns of-the ell and mirk the boiinrtnrlsn of the lire (t rs the Intention to hire th two IniuslrUl Insurance companle look liter the In Ihe reg dcnltnl lecllon, enil the munneors o tho will pick tholr own can (qr the various teams. ORE8K4 UNDER FRENCH. Woihlnfton, The QrCel will ftt nnder Pronch comrntnd tteoritig .In recelred lo- froinUUlBij.-'Osir' of Frrtth madi chlel of Orcfek rind two'hun dfed KrMth Ulltd M .The7mohllltt ttan ol Greet ,Vray li pr nl BOARD OF TAXATION n olnlcd as members of the board, i John U. Mi-Killlgao. surveyor oE taxes' Victoria, Nov. evcculivc ot revenue as chalrmaa; rounrjl today adopted a report Irolu j Camtrou ot Victoria and tho minister of finance recommending i 'piu.i. Kldd ol S'.eveuston. They will' ttial a board of b9 Biuifd to! work in conjunction with Trot. U. 34. twllb miittcrj of ijrovineiLil llaitT. '.lie taxation expert will tlon and The council ap-1 reach the city on Monday. This Is the meeting that caused one of the greatest nervations In England since ttie war broke out Mr. Arthur IlenJersOD, up lo that time a member of tli3> Cabinet Is speaking. His conduct was euch that Mr. George virtually charged htm wllb Lad failb, a rare Incident In British public life. The meeting wa? 'H-ld lu Central Hall. Westminster. s Heglna, Sash., Nov. pro- rlnclal orfiantzatlon or the Great War Veteran's Assoclallcn ol SasltBlclic- ivan In contercncc here this morning passed the following resolutions: Protesting against the appointment of officers to the Depot Battalion who ht'l not. seen service overseas while there were men hi (he district who had seen active service and wore capable of holding commissions, asking that (he provincial government grant Iho use of Ihe old parliament buildings as headquarters for returned soldiers in Saskatchewan; petitioning thai men who had filed on homesteads after en- listment 'should be allowed to count tbelr Lime iu the EiTVlce as residence on their homesteads as Uiose who [fl- ed on homesteads prior tu enlistment are alloyed to do; askfog that the sys- tem of raising monies for patriotic funds lie abolished anil that mon- ies lie raised uy a system of direct lai- allon; petitioning the govt. to appoint 3. public trustee to'looi alter the set- tlement ol the eslatcs of soldiers kill- ed in action or who bad dle-J on ac'.lvo service. IS DEAD New York, 'Nov. D. Mol- Ineaui, figure In a murder mystery which uas generally as "the MoHiieaux case" nearly twenty years ago, died .today1 In a Long Island hospital.; HI T. B. McCAULEY Of The Sun active In war work. Buys Your Clothes? If you do we want- yon to seo our big stock, you'll find it easy (o pick one to fit anil you'll like (hem all. They're the finest line of suits you can see. We're proud ol' them and you'll be too. If dad or mother buys your clothes bring (hem here. They'll get you one of out1 suits all right. THAELL, The Taflor 60S Third Avenue S. In One Million Homes .-M "f' tiirbiighout Canada is a place for one of these wonderful Pathe- phones. This based on two convincing facts. The first is the Pathephone's mission as a maker of music. Music is us essential in our lives as human friendship itself. Music stimulates the tired mind, soothes overwrought nerves as well as entertainment in the home is the subtle link which knits the family ties more closely together. For your girls and ..boys, rjiusic in the home can be something of-that "go.od.company'_'. you wish'them to associate with. r, The second great claitrv of the Pathephone for i place in your home is the supremacy of the instrument itself. .Its fitting title of "The.Supreme Achievement in Sound-Reproducing Instru- ments'" ii not a mcrc! accidental conies from proven .merit, marking a combination of scientific research of experiment. The points of superiority in the Pathe Sapphire Reproducing Btll, which eliminates the b'other of changing and does not out recordi; the a'1-wood sound chamber; the lone-modulator; the exquisite cibinet designs and.the iatt that it will plap all ol records. If are fhnninj lo lay a pkonoyrapJi, you theuM certainly hiar the Palkcphanc. You trill ta nchanitA by ill mnlnftil toai. Wkiir, if -jOU alrtadf halt a pftetttfliiplt, ll cm' miflj tt tquippld ia ftay PaiM Sicoril. Of. rliil., FtlU Afial vili otTt' liltrtl Jar it in cichanjl Jcr one of He new taM Tmal m We AfiHtly iiffil< wfiV? lor contain in f data PalM netted of recording and re pro- Jiaeinf tound-r-tnd mli9 interfiling ehatt urn Hurt. THE PATHE FRERES PHONOGRAPH COMPANY OF ICUFTORD ST.; (I'M iVftfc v fim'cd Oat. US. on Ifitir 9n He postittHitici of a Aatncy. J. Whltli Co, Ltd., Winnipeg, Man. f Open for, live wkj A'tONfDENTlM.'MikLET S ON THElh LETTER Witt BECEIVE THE POMIilLlTIEt OF A ;