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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUUHSPAY, NOVEMBER'11, 11J20 THE LETHBRtDGE DAILY PAGE THIRTEEN FUNERAL OP THE British North Ainreiet Act Pat ForWnl As An u cemetery yesterday afterdiion'tho: RobeVl Sage, -yho spent years ol hla 'in; Ihls 'aty, laid rest with full Masonic 'houors. Old timers In this city and Mauous turn- ed out In. good oiunbera to. pay their llat 'rtijwcw to' one1 of their .fallow iu.." tering' at- house tile': Masons, Hmore, friends and relatives of Attorney Says liquor After altendiai municipal con- rentioDi Mayor Hardla It of the opln. Ion that one held in tho city had notUSf.ta lose by comparison. Tfcera wii'jt whole in- formation regirdlag municipalities disseminated. Alderman Webster, of Calgary, who attended a convention of (his description tor the first tlma, tojii his worship that no idea (hit, (hero was so much knowledge to-be gained in nTuqiijIpil mittera.' 7 ".Regarding the measirei of '.Home- Rale, for. cities mayor la_pf-.tbe .'opinion. that dtiea.Trill: not get mi'they ask tor .but, will'get some to: co on with. great inany Rule at -the- cOn- In ibe fact of the existence of ;thc Act. His Worship, how. ever, contends when this'Act was were only'about nT? or sir cities in Canada, and the prof liices, potentially stronger In getting their interests atkhowledg- ed. :hife their cdnBlllutlonal said the maYor.-l'but .nU the they Wave :.Vorth fipeaWng of are' turned (fawn by To J the matte'r would ueed the amendment of the B.N.A: Vt''g''a task tot the''municipal! iies." he continued, "i' unwritten law that tbe "Legisla tnre_shall- not luterefcfo with tha In .ter'hal powers' of a city consent, but the Legislature recognize this." hurcb; where Rev. e. K. Cragg con- ucted the services, assisted by Hor laptiln A. H.. A; short Mr ce wus held for the family at the te residence, 918 Second avonuo outb. before the church ceremony roliowing tie service-in the'church the proceeded to the emetery to motor cars, en account weitier conditions. The. sen-Ices in Wssley church simple. The choir and tbo mourner? rendered "ttockiof Ages" G6d Co' Tlice> Rev. i apt. Deacon offered the prayer. Be- rt es "tho family Masons'and old friends 'gathered the'-'cburclil' The launedlate relatives present rere, Mni. Sage, Mr. and Mrs. D, M. [cLean, of1 Edmonton, .Mr. .and'.Mrs. '...'A. Lundy, of Calgary; Mtes., Ina age Miss. Roberta Saga, 'aud ames He-raid Sage; a'son.': A gr'and- on, little Bobble, a favorite of both he deceased and Mrs. Sage, was also resent. The funeral arrangements Avere nder tha super vision ;of Mr, Ketterl} and the pali. bearers were Dr.-Gal ralth, Mayor Hardie, C. B. Bowman, H. Fleetwood, B. B. Hoy.t-and Wm. 5COIL Urge Upon Government Consid eralion of Free Hospitals Fqrthe PipvijiceV- At tlie closing session of the rnuni Ijml convention -.a. resp lution wus passed asking'the govern mcnt to tak'o' up "tbe question of (ret ..hospitals for the province. ...The reso "lit-Ibn'read: _ J'.That the .City Council. pelltlun'tU Provincial Government' to assume- fn responsibility, of .fMancing llie ,'Ita :tbq inhl-rate1'. levy against 'oil' the asseiji ablp; land'In-the-Province, both ell ami coiiutry Tarid other sources revenue, and'-'that. such hospitals b -niade' free to residents pf'tb Province; otherUpr yincestto'1. he' Bo'ecpted Vnly' lip'orf 'siic ijrovincos undertaking to hear tb .patienU To t, pro s sjng'. n'e e c of! the hospitals convention pas e'd'a resolution, asking for increase ._ Tli at Itlio. (Jb'yernrnent b o. petit lone to grant to' Hospitals tfto rnfes: senil- and private-ward, per day, and for coming from outside of tliG cKy -orvlown.jJl.OO par-day, for, all services.! l.Tliat a per pupil nurse gradMating' frorii; trainlrig schoo! ba granied, and fiirlhbr in this connection that.SlaO.OO bo allowed per anniiiii tot eacli pupil nurae in train- Ink. proceeded Wesley J. R. Boyle states thaf he was'.wrongly (ho effect 'that the Liquor Act eonld not bo enforced. Ho says, .on the contrarv that'it can be, baa been, and is being-enforced, despite ths difflcul ties In tia way. In fact, thoattoirey seneral further claims Alberta had better liquor law enforcement last year than any other province In the Dominies. In ptoof, of which he points to .tbo large number of' co'nvicdons secured Uirongh the rlsihuice ot'the Kovornm ent's officers The will enforced to the limil as long as he Is attorney-general, de el ires Mr Boyle As io tbje wa> i'L stitch it will he done ne the espionage will be fo'lpvied in as In tho pasfthst being C. P. R. OFFICIALS VISIT THE CITY tbe only method available -that wll! bring results and round ;up the law breakers. Ss'othlu'g has yet been done in'regard to tbo government's policy for further legislation in view of tho recent vote tho attorney-general says and Premier Stewart's initiative In that direction availed It is expected that the question will bo taken up in council' at "an early date. AUTQ TIRES DROP IN PRICE Aulomobilo tires, have bpeu reduced ilve per cent, the Docniulon Rubber Systems reported. Tlie new price is now in effect means that a Ford tire, which previ- Today Is reception day at the C.P.H ousli retailed at 80 is now Belling in 'Lethbridge for. visiting offi The cut In price is on al' clals. J. E. Proctor, district passens automobile tires, er agent, .Calgary. Officer xo other rubber goods h-iva been ravelling were in the reduced in .prices. recently by 'the city this left for soutti- .wholesalers, efn points on'an inspection trip. They ire. expected in the city again to- Kflvanagb, inspector of ac yyinnipeg ls ,_ i .C.P.R.' offices today Agent Stewart B" also .city..', NONE TOO GOOD IN EAST NOTHING WRONG AT THE MINES this morning was that thfilgs wfere not all well the Gait rnines and some bin1 eJ at a fire bnt Snpenntenieni I mag stone reported at noon that.all-was well at tha mines Unclerfed Children (By Brlce 'Ble'tciier anu" Asa Parks have returned 'to Lelhbridge after a Inisi .strip. to eastern Canada cities hich'lasted for .twenty-five dajs Business conditions are not the best Mr. Blelcher said, when discussing eastern1 affairs j Many children who ire in poor con tJneinploynient (4 liecoming a sen dit'onUo meet-Hie dcmards of "chool ous question In the east atHho present !ife aro suffering from malnutrition time ISlctcher said. FactoriCii are I These joungsUrs aro not receivini, at closli'iB dowir'lh'gooi'l'numbers and home the Kind o( meals or ths suiii olbers-are'laying off help. Rotall I ciencj ot food which they need and Uores ate also cutting down staffs results aro manifest in both phy SHUT PQQR iBfeATBN WiTH STICK and business men report sales being ;yery. slow. "WIDENING CIRCLES" SllBiECT. OF ADDRESS The attention ;of the 'public Is drawn tp'th'e Dr. Alex ander on to be dellve'rtd tonight'.in'the audit oriurn of Wesley church.-' Tf-.c lee ture -will be an Interesting: one, and the public Is cordially Invit THere 'will be' free-Aadnils sioW Tomorrow two dresses will be delivered Wesley Hsll by Q. Fred McNally, the G "STARTS r ii ON MONDAY Lcthbi-'ru'gc s' will cIHcbMy commence the season on Mohday The opcrlna of the rink has been scheduled for that date but on Sat- urday afternoon it will be open to' the public without a band. A band will be in attendance Men- evening. CIVIL SITTINGS! OPEN NEXT WEEK .The civil sittings of tlic Sup reme: Court 'will 6pen Ir, the city hixt Tuesday, the 16th, with Mr. 'Justice Hyndman 'presiding.'- i In Ni tl e riiii [made 1 e Ifwln was busy all Iho mom Ing in Hearing.the case 61 assault on bee'rt committed by Malalko, ot tho A.U.C'. taiin; Tha assault started In-Amlroiv- chuk falling to close the door "a.nd let- ting In the cold when he .came into the defondatit's office, he wasiSet upon byiJUIalko an'd .bartfy.'lieate'n' wilh: 'a, rtr the defen.cejif alleged that An- drbwchuk blow. The caso Was itill' proceed I iig a( the ftoori hour. HIKE FOR WESLEY AND KNOX BOY3 POSTPONED On account o! the drop In the tern- peratnra It hos'beon thonght beat to 'postpone tbo hike-planned for. and instead the boys will meet al tho "V at 2.30 for 4 good time on tbo gym After some fun on the (Tin and a swim in the pool the bora'wIli'h n wclner roast. Bring your lunch with you as planned before. 'If the weather la not too bad we may poss ibly go on short hike flnd then corac track a-weiner roast .followed by the fun on the eyra. .Turn, out Turla Uoys of-WesUr and Knox tomorrow. i_', r BOYS QYM..CLASSES. START NEXT WEEK tho paper for tho schedule to appear. Got your gyra suits In shape fellows and bo to somo slllt joints after tho first class. TUXIS BOYS OF.f Txp A GpOn .STAftT l-'ivc groups of Tiixis boys tiro nnde nrgunlzatlon 'and hav'o starlcil oft on tho season's fnri. Watch tbo pape 'to-morrow for a report of' each group as slcal andimental deterioration iw York CH> the estimate of of-malnutrition by medical -ncn tbe condition children in the elcuien tary schools vanes from o per cent f to undernourishment is due to often from such conditions as bvercrowdefl living qnnr.ors or ignorance ot viljcs It would be impossible toj reach the problem ot rm'a_lnulritiofi} among school Children through these great general factors but the case ot the iti'dividiial "child'wevbave defin- ite material :.A, Supervisor of The cbilrt is n vie _ issimllatioii mi} _ devitalized through a lack of'sufilclehl clothing In cold weather. Over-Ftlmu- lailon through aucli drugs ad tea and j I coffee may be the underlying canse flit malnutrition. The underfed child Is likelj to be stunted In growth', while his height: weight and chest measurements ore often: below tbe average of those ot normal cljihlren. -Theso handicaps, to- getheri witlt 'a tendency to delayed j mental arii: physical development and weak muscles, render the cHllrl more, susceptible to infectious diseases, to say noIhIng of an Increased liability dread tuberculosis Not only [loos this typo.'of child easily fall disease' but his Is-.moro "retarded lha'ii that ot his more fortunate' knil well-. fed'brolberi and tlie.likelihood of couir) plications dnrlri'g'tlie disease1'Is great- CONSENT TO WEAR Increased. .TIio'.lo's's of education MILITARY DRESS ami training-th'roufihjncntal: dullness, time-lost thrbugb illness, aro j nlao serioiio drawbacks ill the struggle for existence.' The only present remedies in sight are ..tile institution of school lunches and Sat. be considered exception-, end-of the season__and s'ili have the greater portion of .the wearing season before -you. Assortments, too, are now at the highest point of completeness and eveiything offeied is of the very latest style and fully up to the highstandaid of quality of all goods that gain admission to these stocks 8 This Is Positively ibe Last Week t of the Mid-Season SaU', i u Genernl roductions on enl're sloclis are cnh icood for Ibe next two ind Satfiniiv j Get >our sharo IOVCM prices prevail. FINAL CLEARANCE OF ALL Further reduced to effect a complete clearance In tlie short- est possible time. The whole Block divided into two lots and priced al half price and less. LOT NO. 1 AH Trimmed Hats worth up to J25.00. LOT NO. 2 All Trimmed Hats worth up to All Bailors' and at 20 per cent. off. Brlgadtor General A. H. Bell, C.M.Q., D.S.O., O.C., Military, district number 13, has his consent for the wearing of military drosi at tha Uie Military., I.O.D.B. to'-correct home disadvantages, opon- air .classes, for undernourished chll- tha! Masonic: Half, clrcn, including exercise for correction' the Herald pfaa informed this physical, ftiid.tlio.'Ulillzatlon I of school nurses .aud.home visitors 4! who aro fully equipped to copo wltli 't ff ff -y this social, problem. i Tlie World loosened uptits 1 corn belt tvhen catne on tli6 market i. 'i Balance of All Goods 'Wonderfully cheap j clearance ;DreBS Goods, nov. 1 Dress Goods novr Reg Dress Goodi, rov 5 Reg. .45c now Reg.. 60p .Sateens now -Ileg; 5Co-Spuh Glass Lin ing Reg 7o I- sniy bin ings Inow Vella Flannel 1 T ?100 Cretonnes Reg" Sf Io Cret'onptfs, for 34c 38c 38c 75c "REMNANTS v X Ilundrpda of useful ends of and -.dress .goods', staples. wool. gooils, etc.. selling at frac- tional. friges for. final clearance. ALL (JOSSARD CORSETS AND BRASSIERES CORSETS AND BRASSIERES v s UNDER ALL MUSLIN UNDERWEAR _ ALL BOYS' RANTS AND SWEATERS ALL: GIRLS' rtO ATS AND DRESSES ALL RIBBONS AND SMALL WARES 10 Kir CenUOif J j Great Bargains ia HOSIERY In 'the-'Mld'SesUon Sale C1 Cfi siilv I'030 most 15" blallO mid grey. ''AH' size's'.''' Worth' iin to QO J'inest silk liose,