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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVKMBEn 3. 191U iHR LETHBninCVK DAu.T I1KRALD PACK PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS 1. That the b selves would h maJu by iho pirlia- j mentaiy LOinmlUei' iiiuminiM tu quiro tutu all HiaUiTS iit-rUlL.iiiK to U-" ill j-uliiitiis in civil life, ay as of uruvM- Ini; incrcadea will cost I his country !s lUi1 opinion ex- Ijri'daoil In i lie fill! jfiutrt of llic: <-oui- jniUoe, iR'jIcd in ilnj commons tonight by Hon. J. A. I'aMi-r. Tlic goin-ral fijidlnira (if roninisi- tec iiH'ludinj? divisions not to luriliur tu u-iunidl under JiliD C. V. A.. J. Harry Flyim ur Margeson. plnns haw iilrendy be on out line J In ihe ('LiffLidian rix-.s.s tlij- Tlio conmilllec's o! ihc coat of recomiiiuwliilloiis made is as follows Estimate of Cost, (1) To provide gratuities lo Cana- dians enlisted in Imperial innis, DO.OPQ. (2) To provide1 refund Lo lation expenses to dependents who re- turned lo (.'ana'lii prior lo Ihc annis- 51.000.00ti. (3) To provide for carrying out all olbcr recommendations including tlio menl of homes. hiindUug of llic unemptoyinoLil during Iho coming winter. .The report, is .iut Ihn Liberal members of the commiutc, in in its reeommeiulation, moved a tiiinliryJiiR ropolutiuu -which was not adopleil, setting forUi their opinion lltal .some of llic KoreriLmcul's anil coiitcniphileil commit- ments aro wholly unwarranted. Tho resolution was na follows .The Resolution Gloved by F, I'ardec, seconded Ly A. n. Copp. that '.Subject tti Hie opinion hereinafter (oxjjreHScd we concur Iho recommenda- tions or tbo committee, believing that jibe evidence suljimUcd by Sir Thomas j White, the ex-minister of C. noviUe, tlic deputy" minister of fin- njnkes It apparent that the re- commendations go as far as the pres- ent flDiiiicfnl poalUon of L'anadfi will "We deem It necessary, however, to record our opinion that many ol the i government's" existing and contoin- 'plated committments 'hre wholly nti- ivarcanLod and thnl llic financial con- '.illllon of the country has been brought .ubout hy these commillments and the [sovernmrnL's past and present tstra- vngnnce." The report stales, that tlic problems Jralseil by the suggestions nrc such to demand Iho fullest consideration, by parliament before any decision lg reached, and" eipressca the opinion that very larcc expenditure Involved In carrying out all these proposals would he such as to render their ap- proval ty parliament prohibitive. The report elates tliat it vocational (reining were thrown open as sug- gested, tbe expenditure would prob- ably Tim from to "For university sludcnls alone csll- mates -wore submitted or a cost for loaua [or businesses of various hinds would entail many millions more. Tho samo woiild he true of the- suggested provisions for debts, wnil equipment, houses and furnish- The Gratuities "Your committee aro further of' the that the gum total of these ami other similar suggestions for rc-estab llshmcnt constitutes the Tcry bnsls of the proposals put fonvard In the gen- eral schemes for re-establishment sub- mitted "by the ti.W.V.A. CR, anil Mr. Flynu. It may, therefore, he ostimntcd thaJ U ap- proved and carried into sums of money amounthiE to from 000 to acconllne to their augEeaUons, would have lo lie. raised in Canada for purposes in tlio TGry near future. ".Regarding these proposals general- apart from Iho financial considera- tions Involved, your committee cannui. ace Us way dear to' recommend nny form of financial nssislancn for any partlcnlar class or group of cx-incm- bera of tho forces "who wsro riot dis- abled. Your commiltco tire convinced that Ihe great majority of the men L- L'lrai :o ri-iCut auy L' in favor iyf soldiers on Hit Jaail stands !iy itself hi ihal assistJIHU Li ipguvilt'il as being naliuunl interest aa u .fi-iilt'iuont Vouv therefore, hoLJj ihe VK-W Dial if ftir- ihur JiuHiiL-liil iti any form ii lo be provided men who were mil Uliahlrci. iis lU-bain cpi'ii to all rt- Raileas of age, occupation or class, provided suc-li as-iiaiaiiLO is lo be used far any rc-P.-Uablishmeru llie claims of ,'or-lly students were prasied in Die podslble way. your :ec, ai'Lt-r ilio (ullust cunsiduvallon of he proLletn in a finally roaclio [he problem us a whole, finally ruat-licj iho tont-lusion ilie slJU1 could not justly rrovidn for ikt-in inak- j ng equal provisions for the median-' ;cal, tbe lishenucu. Hie tuiiicr, tiic ;iusiness mun und the industrial work- ers, and others who through siirTervd IOEU or hardshin in reference to ilieir occupation, business, MEDICAL UltS. GALDHAITH 5-14 Third Ave. South. OH ice, Dr. Galbruilli'H resi- deuto. Dr. Lynu's residence, ef'trnoou ynd iiiC office houris. UltS, FfeVEBKrt. CAMPHELU ROY URYAXS -Ofiice Hoyal BaDk luLidiug. Office hours 1.30 3 p.m.; In p.Li. aOj. s i ONXOR. MI-SALLY t LEECH --Offke, 1-Vj Bherloc-t HLock. Otfiee Residence ot Dr. 61S; itsidenee of Dr. 1007. hours: U lo 12 in.: '_' to 3, ami 7 10 S p.m. Throal; 113 Sherlock Uldg. Or- fke liouis 12; p.m. Fbouea: Offica ce. I1, VV. PHYSICIAN Office, SlieparU Ulocb. Surlaod Theatre, rooms 2 m 4. OKin; Hours: II to 12 a.m.; to (j.m. and 7 10 S.30 p.m. Phones: OITicc 7SO; realdencc SLh Si-.S. Phone Dll. II. [I. C. PIJYSIC- ian, MiKiuLdLliam Ulock. Ofl'ca hour-; H 1'J; '.BG-b.3fl. orru-e AT'J; residence.', 1973. IJH, Tiiruat Special ai- Nct'i i.nil Tonsil Surgeryi Janitor "In your reference to tho suggesiiou vocational your coniinillee aro of tlie opinion that even if approve J the greatest difficulty would lie experienced in llie next few months to provide thy iiRccsaary llles Lo carry on Ibis work with any degrcc of HUCCCSJ." In reference to (he general question of making further provision for grants, gratuities, or other financial assistance lo be distributed generally on any basis lo cx-mcmliers of (he_______ E. P., tlie cominlltec in its report, c slates that It desires there should no misundcrstaoiJinE as to its views, which are set out as follows: 'Your committee, having fully and considered the financial position of Canada, Including tliu fur- thcr large sums of money tliat must ho borrowed to carry out the work to vfhlcli the country Is committed cannot see its way clear to recommend to parliament any proposal that would provide for a further general distribu- tion, ot grants or gratuities cither in cash or credits.1'- Art Incomplete OTTAWA, Oct. reconi-i menclatlon of the committee on sol- diers' civil rc-ealiibllshmcnt arc in- said R. B. firsl vice-president of the G. V.A., when (onlght. "In place of the con- crete plan submitted by the G.W.V.A. Ibc committee has advised parliament to perpetuate arid enlarge a patch- work cjuilt of re-establishment, which, though Blrctcbcd to the tearing polni, cannot cover more than 10 pur'cent'of. the returned men. No riueslion set- tled until It Is settled right. We- anti- cipated that the government bad real- ized the futility ana danger of half- conceived nnd halt-carrled-out meas- ures of re-establishment." Mr. Max- well continued, "hut the report proves Ihe government's "determination to 9 policy which has caused 'much dissatisfaction In Uie past; and which nugurJ ill for the future. Veterans' Plan "Had Hie torn Ml- opted, the following vital re quire in rn Is would have been provided ing, unemployment, insurance, life in aurancc for men, widows orphanfi' pensions, which were the MEDICAL SCALP TREATMENTS FOR FALLING HAIR FACIAL MASSAGES PHONE 1710 ..p. i- of Naval College of Dental Toionto ackd holder of a Denial Office: -.ra- nf MiiyUnd; X ray Uoom S KybtuN g J. MaiM Marro. ieinii j'.iiiin jo 37; FOX- DHXTJS FRACHE BROS. Hoses, Carnationi Chrysanthemums EAVETROUGl-ilNC THE DIXOPJ SK.iLT CO. PHONE 10C7 f IKutal llouri, D ltutn.1.- if Lid k. fu'jt iidrili nf Ih M'V 7-0. M'.M. IM'll.MC, Hi'iiij 01 Have you a car for salt? Mayfce it hasn't a self'S'.artcr. Makes no difference. Let me do the starting. I'll start ar.d finish the sale and. make you just as satisfied of it as the new owner will be in securing it. I'll over with your desire to sell that car. I'll do it over nighty without breaking any speed laws and I'll bring that buyer to your doorhell in the mcrning.- When it comes to selling automobile, I'm 3 regular service station. And on the same irip I'll sell your property, rent your rooms, find you a houpe. or anythina else you v.r.nt 10 Accomplish thai a live busy body like yiyself can Whatever you have to offer let me do the advertising. Hov. lui" i'.i NLT llpr.ial ri- li r.ltcinion. Acadia Ulcck Phone By a little classified adv. lhat will go The Ldhbridge Herald CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND LI rum im i To t 701. OHiiro i day: 10 to l if. js; t-r-Pianti uiul Ore.iTi yoar.s1 failovy ciiirrlcTii'e, lion- T 'J'-J'iific'jie Asr-n., LtJ.dua. Kelcwucr.5 lo LUc iusitiiiiis of the city. iMiono l L'7 UHh S. Eyes tested. Difficult a specially. J. M. HENDERSON Office at Wright's Jewelry Stcre VIADUCT LODGE. IMO. 53, P.O.O.F. Kfelit Hoirrs: ID to 12 a.m. and 2 lo 5 O'clock in the Oddfellows' Hall. Cor-( ncr 5lh Strecl anrl Fourth Ceo. Prc-'l'k llc-alti Utoiirc 17S1. All X'isitors. I'lionc-s: j rii! tor'-5 years. L tFL- Mrs. A. Phone 1712, BOWOEN'o INDIAN BALM rrmciiy. i Indian F. H. WILKINS Lei hli ridge, AlU. 1530; house 4SO. SI'ECJAL- ol I-lj'cs, Kar, in-l Skin. New applirntes. I'arij--, Loii'Jon, Derlln, J i" I Ilniirs: 9 to 1L and to p p.m. lluitding. Vfcaao 17PD. pnYSKUAX1, HUH- 1 cur. orfk-c. Office phono -loS- cirih Avrt. A; Suutii. nb-l ion. X-Ray SI" Avc. 11 lo 1 to 3. 7 to a. Telt-phuD'j. day 1242. Found in HLs Quarters THIS WOMAN SAVED FROM AN OPERATION By taking Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound, One ofThouiandsof CALGAUY, Nov. ;i Bood- jzed still, capable oi producing both, randy and whisky, and all the oilier IT nilit l.U. ncccssnry for Ihc illi of intoxicating nanufacl iven TO a muiiiuu posing of the product, :ind his quarters In the janitor's quarters of n., ocal churc-li, -losepli Knline was ar-1 rcsteil on confined ii: ihtj city jiolicc Cells, where he is cwvaii'.ng rial under the Inland Jtcvenue Aci. The discovery or tni.s still, which was by Knline, who has been employed for some time as janitor of the church, was in tide through a com- bination of clrrumstnnces. Suspicion was directed til Kaline through a ic- port that ho was ftngneiifl in iirtot- Kalitie hr.s Lcld Hit- position or jani- lor In Lhe clinrch for some time and WHS considered a very competcnL Jlurlng the days before prohihilion h1? is Enid to Have hcen a harlondcr U point oulsidc of Calgary. When was givpn the pnaiiion ay janitor lie highly recommended. However, the apparent safety of his location ii r.Meged to have proved loo ninth Toi1 LETHBRIDGE LODGE, NO. 2 Meets every FrEdny night in tlic i follows1 Hall. A hc-arty welcome (nndcd lo all viKiliiK Semi i1- Donni-inn Express Ordcp.'Thcy nro payi-blft everywhere DH. J E. HORNING OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 31C-18-20 Shtrlock Bldg. Hours 10-12; 2-4, and by Rpnointment- Plicne. 1993. Foils, B, Pinkbwi's VcgcUblfl Compound saved me from an operation. I cannot In praise ofit. UrjTfcredfrom organic my clde hurt me M J could hardlybcnp from my bed, tnd I WM todo my housework. I had Die beat doctors [a KauClaironnJ they wanted mo lo nn operation, but J.ydiftE.PinkhBm's VceelAhTfi Componnd cured me BO I did not necrt the opera lion, endlnm tollbe all my A- W. DlNZER, Blacknivcr Falls, U.U. His just such fxperiencca BS Uiat of Mrs. that hfls mado this fnmou.i root find herb remedy ft household word from ocean to ocean- Any wemtn who mfTera from uiecrauon, rffsplacem-ntA backnchc. nervbusncpa, irrcgutaritic'fl or "Iho blues" rhould Mt rcat onlil nhshea given It ajlnal, for iuccial advice wnto hydin B, I'inkbftn Hccli-iinoCn., I-yrt, Waaa. proved lo be inadequate mMer cominltlcc'a recommendations our lousing proposals nro flatly no provision for widows nnd nrphans s to ba made until parliament me el 3 neit such charity doles ia may ho provided by thfi patriotic 'und; unumploymcnt and life Insnr anco are to he fui-ijier investigated nolwllhstaniliug the fact Ilial tho W.V.A. advisory cotninittce to the reparation committee of (he cabinet recommended "that thh be done i last January." a matter "of fad." ?ald 5Ir, Max-] ivell, "Jnaurancc was Investigated- by! government experts, whose findings wcru not made available (o Ihc ad- visory commiUcc. The grave distress which ia anlfclpnled this winter, and which has lieen brought lo our nollcc through Iho 630 hranches of the G.AV. V.A, (annot he remedied by palliative. charity Such measures arc rcpulalve, and In nny caso do not tonrli the really nccesfjltiona cases." .Mr. Maxwell stated that (he housing situation among returned men throughout Canada was lilllc short of appalling. Unsatisfactory housing conditions are responsible for n great deal of the unrest now existing. Ai a j responsible official of MIR I view with ronalderahle anxiety Ihti aitualloh which may arise during the 1 coming winter owing lo the govern- ment's fnllurc lo rcalir.e Ihe gravity J of Iho was Mr. Maxwell's j summary of the report. "When our men vrnl Ihcy carried willi them- that he nceiU of tTiclr loioil ones and ot hcmaplvcs would be adequately pro- vided for. Una Ihls liecn Tn view of .the evidence nubmUled by the O.W.V.A. before the Tiarllamentar.v In- quiry and the recommendations nude by tho comrnlttcn. 1 reluclanlly con- clinic hlat the faith Imposed In the and he is said to liavu im-gun Iho operation of the still. It is understood Uml he had a regular syslejn of gei- liiiK rid or his iiroilucl. When the raid was made he had evidently'just cleaiicd up :i ronsignment ot for all the Fcarclierrf found was a nine r.iisiu brandy in a milk liotilc. NOTICE Change From Daylight Saving To Standard Time ON SUNDAY, OCTOEER 2Eth nl 2 a.m., .nl] our cloclis sel hack niu; hour anil all our Irains arrive anil depart. STANDARD TIME SPECIALIST ScutharJ 3iock Third Ave. Souti! Phr.ri. 1559 Rts. Phone 1937 I ELECTRIC SUPPLIES ;.lfh; aail ointment can roach retail Tin r.rcl St. A. l.elb'jriilL'u, .Mlic.-la, ulio lias known aTi-[ i-olj inr ir.any P.O. Box B ?F; rm Lighting s Specially lor Electrical Work art n CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS i RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY i 7-3 Acadian Bjlldtng PI2 ThirJ (South) j DECORATING Look At Tongue! Remove Poi From-Stomach, Liver and Bowels. ?ovcrnment o( thh country been kept." not COT GLASS IN CHOCOLATE, AWARDED DAMAGES II.U.IKAX. X.S.. Xol-. llic prcmo n young man named Hufklcy ivas Awanlctl J700 nngc? agninsl John r. Mnit and chocolate several monltis rtgo, pnr charad from a store on Hollfs strnrt ono of Molt'B choc'ol.ilo b.ila. lie hut fell romcthlns gritl? In 11 nnd nflcr nil-allowing the last o[ It, he Tound a pltcc of glass remaining In Ills month. Thnt night he hccame 111 anil siricfl tTion her lia-i h.-irl n Ions lorni of nicdirfil IrOiilntL-nl. Kc s fur Of All Westei'nTi'ansfer Co, .Limited P- i.. Prelgir; Bhedx PHONES Offic; 11BC Slubln 10M Please Notify W. LOWE PJiope 1603 aiifl I'ni'.ilprp.; DecoiMini; nnil U'riliny. Tht) eldest i.ninteis In. lips. nlfir I.iiouc I7r--. Slicrluck l.ulli Aliwrla. I A. -I'.MNTIXR. IlKCOHAT-j ir.i; :nnl I'nii'. I'litnit; fill Mh Avr. f. IIT-'i BAKLHY A.- fry. fnr you i Ucinf on ..iionii: nuiil? i Kirklr. it to.. Avo. A. I'liotic ICH7. GA'RSUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 Slh St. South, Lellibrldge Phnns 1619 I anil Kvcnins Sciiool. ISIiorllMC'l, Typn.ivrltinj. IJooliteeplu3 j and SubjefjLs. i Office Phone 1315. -j ResiJcnca phone of Principal 1531. '.ViHri for Full 1 PRIVATE HOSPITALS 'ir.r, 1 7ih Ave. S.. I.eUibrldge. I -I'linr.c1 AcconinioUutiori for sur- iniiilital and mnUrnity pav ipnls Priviite nnd sciui-jJrivaia raoms. SJO.OO aaJ 1 .n v.'CEk. icir Informa ifoi! to Mrs. M. H. llanrleci. exct'iitiiiii ol diseased. oyerntMis loom 111 Hddiliou. llatea. for rcotijicmenl. 51 dny1, ;iftor SGi-i') a ilr.y. uatu n.lrni n 5JM Hill .1, IMI1VATE IIOSIM- T.lL- 5M Bill it S. riione Tor Ifitnia .Tnrl iiUormntfori aiuily Mniv.-cll. M'JolC _ SHOE REi'MRING TRANSFER I JI1SS M. niJ'J '1'lic-orj-: 'jr.tcreil for (lie of tho Royal SI'.Oi-; r.EI'AIISING-PMO.VK 17i: lo: Academy .11, I lioyil Colleso o[ yonr shn: Worl; VMK. l-.Dglnliil. lift yj" lircinrilly. Onli-l- ralifil fn.1 Ot-1 siicrcsslul. htn'lin. o.., ,Jtll I'Viink M'.ts. .ill Mi Aif Sli-ppl South. Sotitli. 'MKS. il. oC Accepf, "Califon I of Figs for Iho name California on the package, then you arc sure your having the hesl aud mosl harmless laxative or physic for the little stomach. livcT and honcls. Children love its delicious fruity tnste. Full directions for child's dose on each I tmttlo. Give It vfilhout fcir. Mother! Von must say "Califorliiii." COAL Dcllrcrrfd C.O.D. W. SMITH 172.1 First Avt. Norlh Phone 270 C C.P.R. Sailings TRANS-ATLANTIC QUEBEC TO LIVERPOOL Knnirnss of FriUlcr, 1S.500 Nov. MONTKtAL TO LIVERPOOL ............N'OV. 16 Hcaiirtinnvian ..........Nov. M ST. JOHN TO LIVERPOOL Melagama .............Dec. i Mnnoclosa ............Due. J3 MONTREAL TO GLASGOW Sicilian...............Nov. Mcliln .................Oct. 31 ST. JOHN TO GLASGOW I'rclorian ..............Dec. o Sfcilinn................Tire, l-i (Psssf.ort ippllcadpn lormi euiipllcit.) i Call or write for full fnforml- lion, C. r. n. Ticket Office, JAS. GORDON Depot Ticket Agent. PHONE 612 TlcVels Issued on oil olhcr At- lantic liuea. VKTNIiAXS' ry. prtiinlctcr. l.iyiii ;md h-.'avy Fnrnitnrr anil ilelivprcd. c.cvil. bi Avi-. X.. I'hori" "Hl'i. Dr. A, T. SPANKIE M.D., Eye, N'osc, Lar and ihioal Specialist Ofllce: Suite 121-122 New P. IJurns corner Sib ATI. BDd 2nd Kli-eet R, Calgarf. Thonea: Office. M2SI3; Houis. 112077. I GUNSMITHS JGUMSMITIIti ft I.OCKS.MITIIS-CUXI liarrcls .str.liKhlpnefl. puna -'if.' sun TvorT; tluni? liy ri I keys liiii'l'-1. Ijiij innchinery nui K. llnnlnnalcl, Ir Mo'otyclc fhnric i Slrfid. lloriilcl Officr piano h.MiiLotiy ami iliofn-y. Pupili'' irriialf. IMpih '.r.iinn.'l for Toronl? Etuclfv. 12.13 Avo. X S. frn.Tiii'rJy Ave. A. S.) __. I. Mill. VOL'Xf: IVacJicr (jj Voice. Viju'i iriiil Triyni'v. Pupils pre- iho 'i'oiuulo Conacrvalorjr yfiar'f. shows filjlainins a "irass." elovcit five "first (liiss honors.'1 one UNDERTAKING H KKTTKIil.V-I.KAUING I'UN cral tlii-cctor aD.'i liccnscil L-inbalin rjr, or horse driven JVrlors opposlfc Court Oi- [Ice jihom! resinenc-o phoii'j 1173. f.nj nisSt. WELDING tlie "Silver rneilal" for liigUcst marXs in htr firmlo lor the Dominion. Re- cilals bcld Christmas, Kaslor. and Jlllu" Stuilio'. -111A Stli SI. S. CLEANING AMD DVEING I i OxV-.VUBTYLrBKB 11 Kulli. corner 1st Avenue and JOlh Street. Tractor Repairs jpcclnllie reborln; irsi (riclor cvllD'Jcri, ar.'J tltllnj DTcrslia plilona Wo haTO !n clock nreaaDt oienlit plitcni for all oopniir makcc cf troctorfl. Ford Engines ReborecJ NIVENf BROS. JI5 1lt Ave. 8, Phono 17.12 REPLIES lUve liecii received for Hie Ipllowins box nunilw.-rs and are wa'l'Jng to br. failed :I2. 42. .-il. 70, 73. SO. SI. S2.187. ;a. ?7, 107. IW. US. TIIK VAI.BT SPECIALISTS IN l-'ronch Dry Our proccsj eliminates danger ol injury lo gar- ments. Only fbo highest class work turncil out, Xo dyeing. IraiQedlali' Rttcntlon given to country order.'. S21 Glli Street Konlli._Phonc 1S12. Impairing and alterations .-.veil donj nl reasonaWo prices. call for and deliver goods. 410 Clh afreet South. Phono 53J. IW A HE1D M1 pairing ariO pressing: ladles'- anil uicnV remodelled and all nl- Icralk.n work done, pressed ;So. Work railed lor nful dellTercd. PNonc 3rd Ave. South. SPIREuLA CORSETIERE ifsitii Phone 320 MRS. MARTIN TU SI. Jff. ;