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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .NOVEMBER 27, 1920 ilOFFSET Great War Veterans Ask Gov eramcnt to Critical V Siiuatiwi I OTTAWA, XOT unenploy- ment tkroughout the Dominion and particularly in the industrial centers, wts becoming a more p'robletn every day was sUted'today by C. G. HacKell, Dominion secretary of the Veterans' association. Mr. Maclfeil said he'was in receipt of telecraios tram all sections of Canada urgtac the Dominion executive "to 'im- mediately impress on the Dominion government the necessity of Initiating relief measures. O W V. A. provin- cial executives were everywhere In vetUcatlBg and taklne all the steps witila their power In the urgency of the de- mands being made on the Dominion executive. It Is !ikel> xthat they will petition, toe government and ask for increased activities'and coordination the paA of the government em- plftynenf agencies and for a policy of iflkcing government contracts In slack seasons request will be made the idea ot qvercoming, as far as possible the seasonal Idleness -ot the outside workers other ideas the G W V 'A will recommend tho Immediate fomi'ii tlon of local advisory councils as out- lined in the employment omces co or- dination ad Such councils, it Is felt, wlllitend toward'a greater degree of S 1 Another suggestion put forward was that the government census which will held neit June should be car rfed oat during the winter months ghe emp'oymcnt to a during the slack season Paved Roads To Paid For By a M System SASKATOON, ambitious scheme to provide the prov- of .Saskatchewan with miles of paved roads suitable for automobile traffic, has been evolved by City Com miasloner C. J Yorath, of Saskatoon Commissioner ToraUi auggesls that decided upon to connect up thickly populated centres, carrying oat beWpnded a periodfof years total estimated cost of con stmctmg Oft suggested roads in a manner to the pared roads in California, wife slight varia tions to suit climatic conditions, is provided the roads are con- near as posslbie rail ways and the work is so organized that It can Be, carried on continuously Smd M rapidly, at! "It may !ake a few years to complete; amb! Oous program, but when'.'completed it Ineatinfibtt'-'valtTe to the said Mr? YiTath ,In the main, t commissioner s scheme is> to constnn.1 aN fifteen foot paved Btrtn on all the main roads In the province, the cost of which is 'to te recovered Inthe'conrse of from ten to twenty years byU ayslem of tolls aim liar to that which" Is in "effect in a number of the "It ii said, "in so short a. time to go fully Into detail as to construction, method ot financing-, and cost of jsuch a bnt it would seem that if main arterial roads are to be provided suit atle for up-td-date antomoblle traffic in all kinds of weather that the recog- Blted pnnciples of road making must be adopted and a comprehensive scheme planned out which will even tually provide In the province of Sas- katchewan a system of roads second to none In the Dominion of Canada "As a new country we have to deal more particularly with construe tlon rather than reconstruction but at the same time we must tafce into con- sideration the results which have been obtained by experience In tho older chtU Wtsrtag this world IE, sooner or lat- er, christened and named. So with especially main line trains. tofey ia the trausporta- tlon world.cones two main lice trains'oe tke Canadian National Railways. The through daily trains on the Canadian National oper- ating betwee'n Vancouver and Edmon- ton, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Ottawa, and east, will hereafter be known as the "Continental while the name is given thA train peg and Toronto via Coehrane. -WANT SUNDAY LAW GADSDON, Ala Nov. 37 The Xorlh Alabama MelhodUt Conference has iaonched a plan to put the Sun- day did down tight in the United States Tesy propose to ask Congress to pass a federal law all trains, newspapers, intersUte traffic and mails on. tie day of reslt Pay your ont-oftown accounts by Dominion Express-Money Orders'. Jive Dollars costs three cents. IK THE 8UPREMJ- AND DISTRICT .COURTS, JUDICIAL-DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE TENDERS FOR BUILDINGS The City a few frame build- ings outside the utilities area for which to purchase may be made. Particulars as. to location of these buiWlngs may Iw obtained from the office of the-City Assessor, i An} one found damaging these prop- erties will be prosecuted to the-full extent of tho land. DONALD A. AdB City Clerk PUBLIC NOTICE Notice U hereby given that all ntP zens are contemplating ths In of water and sewer con nectiotts during this season should make -application for these before Nttveijfljer 30lh as no applications rlij be, accepted aftor that daW H WM WEECH, Commissioner Public Works. Ad O Don't Use Drugs for Constipation One Nntural Way Did you. ever :know, or any imrson who was penrjiincnlly curpd of con stlpatlon by of any kind'' Drugs simply force Natur-, an 1 larger are required from lime to time until ,the trouble becomea ihronfc Internal Bathing with tho J. B 1, Cascade U th, oily permanent relief It keepi tho Colon or largo tower intestine free frou alt ac uraalatlon Soon the system perfornm fa regular functions, and ,there is iurth.'r doililo. ,rfr; F. Proprietor Alanandrla Hotel, Ottawa, wrllMi "The J, B, Cascade has new man of me for-afl the money in this worfd' if I could nftt get an- other. Through my'recommendation I'know.; of.friends who satae sat- isfaction, for 'people. troabled with 1 say It Is a godsend, recorunienrl it." Cascade la the only'per- feet for InlornAI Bathing STf.r by over 'tA? W' Ask to..have U explained .lo.yon at The Red Cross. Drufcfuml Book Co Letr "for booklet' to rena.HysfchlcJnstimte, 1C3 Cell Bt, Torpnto.-AdvertUemmt, TO GEORGE BBRO; Formerly of .CoaVdale: Alberta. YOU ARE THEREBY NOTIFIED that the following persons have com mepced legal you in the District ..Court will ran from' wlonlpev other volQU to El. John. KB. CASADUV Memo OCK4X SERVICES M4 mrv sraKw. wcmrm ACCOMMODATION FOR VISITORS TO COAST Prairie residents will be inler ested to kmm that full and accur ate information rej.rates and ac- commodation 'at.-.excellent hotels aud apartment houses in Vancou ver and Victoria can be obtained on application (pith stamped velope) to the Editor of The Trai eller who has a Hat of over available rooms in Vancouver cud 500 rooms in Victoria at reason able ratss, with or without board Visitors to Coast sill saTe money and worry by securing this first hand and accurate intorma tlon which covem three ot the principal hotels In each of the cit les Every inquiry should state number of children, it any. Ad dress inquiry to ft The Traveller, Pacific sing, Vancouver, Be CANADIAN PASSENGERS HAVE CHOICE OF TWO SPLENDID TRAINS Spokane, to Portland and California VIA Spokane, Portlasiu Seaiile Railway "THE NORTH BANK ROAD" A wonderful trip along the Snake and Columbia rKori and through the heart of the Caecade Mountains nectfonHat SwkJnl n'eht mak68 con' train, and arrivoa at Portland in tho morning 'THE INLAND EMPH1E EXPRESS" by'day leaven Spokine in the morning, arriving in Portland In the early eienlng allowing Canadian passengers an'over night stay in Spokane 8la by W. D. SKINNER, Traffic Manager, Oregon. W, 0, PAINE, Asit. Oen'l Pass. Agent, Spokane, Wash. Ladies! You (oak smart If your hair Is thin. Save yoyr comb- ings arid send to SALWAY'S HAIR FACTORY At CARDSTON, Alia, To be rnaie up Into SWITCHES, TRANSFORM A- TIONS, PARTINGS, Send 114'ox, combings or up- wards for switches at per i Apply s- Colonial Theatre, this evening, 433 PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS XMAS SAILINGS AMERICAN, RED STAR AND WHITE STAR LINES WHITE STAR-DOMINION'LINE From Portland, Me. Dec. 4, "CANADA" Dec. 15, "MEOXNTIC1; From; Halifax, Dec. 6, "CANADA" Doc, 16, "MBGANTIC" Return Spice Reserved Dec, Dec. "CELTIC" Dec. II, "FINLAND" Dec. 16, "ADRIATIC" REPLIES! Replies have been received for the follo ing Box Numbers 61, 89, OWNERS OF PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS Farris Service Agency Scientific Collection! Everywhere. imla. We tot re- luita. accountancy. Prompt altf.ijon. 4 Acadla Block. Pe.oae lilt PIANO TUNING 0. H.. TUNB3- Mi Organ Repairer 10 years' factory experience. Bon- onn Certlficaie M. T. Assn.. London. England. to the leadloi Bisstcltns of the city, Pboae 1111 10U-. Bt 8. DO YOU SQOINT? It you do ItVa sign that you're ha-ing eomeieye trouble. To neglect your eyes under 'such may.lead into a ot af- faire; The bwf advice we could give yon is, lee us. Aa examination will tel at whether or not yon need glasses to correct any eye fault. J. If HENDSRSON Care ol Wrlght'o Jewelry Store. F. H. WILKINS x BIOHT SPECIAt.IST' 327 Eth 8t S.j Opposite the Empren SUPPLIES Cohtraeton, 99 St S. teUhrldce Farm Mrtitlng a Coatraeton tor Work m DeeOMATINQ WEI.UNOTO1 BROS-nti ton Papo-ianprrt aa4 Kalaoalntnit. CMntral Bin oMMt Mtabllinsd li pboM 147S; atttet 1781 SbtrKMk Kit. AlVrta. A. DecoratJa, and Pbona m u Sotrth.' COPBLAND a' R. KXtTf Pyratnia Deeortthij Co for decorating and a elaltv Sitlitled cnttamen onr IMS 816 12th St South. JOSEPH DAVID3ON, DBOORATOR. EitabltshMI 1901. Thlrty-flye.yeari' fa lor and Interior Decorating. llti bt Sonth fret. Rw. nmi 1J1-15I Farmers When In need of any TRACTOR It will be to your try US. We have an cp-tc-Oale Machltm Shop employ only flrat clasale semi private roomj, fallj modern Terms moderate Appll 1 -Mrs A Woods, 38 4th Street N H, Medicine Hat Phone 3974, Ml M SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1Mi MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S, Cor. 14th H. M __ _ 'MISS AILKEN M. JONES-Pianottrta Playing and Theory Pupils ed for the examlnatiooa of tho Royal Academy and Royal Collegs of Music, London, England. 100 per last year Bncceaafnl. MRS W. H of Piano and Theory. prepared for the Toronto Conservatory, ot Music exams If desired. Annual spring recital stodlo, 1238 5th Are, A. Sonth CLEANERS AND PRES3ER8 THE VALBT-BpocIaiut {french dry cleaning. We are the oldest elianeri In the city We use the gennlna French which cov- ers every spot and ellmlnatesvpos. Injury to garments, glvlngyhlrt elaas Special attention to eonntry wort J24 6th South. 1818. Collect and deliver PRB88INO Repairing and alterations well dons at reasonable We sell for and deliver goods, in 7th SL Bonth. Phone I5S8.' __ Comer lit Ave. and loth Street? CHIROPRACTORS! HYRUM SMITH UH JUNE H SMITH j-par method! are Nature's own. consultation and analysis Hoari! 10-12 and 2-4, and by ap. potntment. Room 205, Sherlock Block. Phones 1677 and 1141. OUNBHITHS LOCK8MITHB-OUW itnlchteaed. (mi restock- run work done by grunmlth. locks repalrei, bloyclea, iTDewnten, phonographs, ur Ucht aachtaerr repaired, aowen D C. Hacdonald. Motorcycle Agent Phone lotl Herald cfflce. RlNGMAKEB DIAMOND- SETTER 33i.6-.-.SI WATCH LETHBRIDGE GOLD a SILVER BOUGHT L. D. 3. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Ocierat hews Agent WINTER RADIATORS Wby not have your Automo- bile Radiator He-cored before the frost comes, with the best Honey-comb Ooro obtainable. Drop in and let us toll yon ask someone who has one. They STAND UP. ANDY 1 The Radiator Man 4th Ave. Behind Grjll. Ilemlt by Dominion Btpreas Money Order. H lost or atolpn you money _, ;