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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT TUG LETHBRIDOE DAttA FRIDAY. UCL'UlM-.r, II, 1010 WKRSOFfflSEFfflMll Bouse AUo Turns Down Motion of D. D. McKenite tot Probe of Soldier Vote OTTAWA, Oct. opta- hpns reiaralng tie old tjslsm ot party HtronaKe- ia preference to the admin- istration ot the civil semco let by olrll iervlca commission were tie ot the second reading ol Hon. A. K. Marten's bill to ratifr tie new cirll servlcs Thli was tabled In toward tie end of the resulir leeslon and wllh bolh Ihs Inside onUWe serrlcei. H ha? sinca subjected lo eonsidereblc rivif- len Desplle the many objections TOleed to the bill, U was fiven second reading and referred to i spwial com- mittee. The arguments of members opposes lo the present elvil service ST5lem were mainly to the effect that it is wrong both In the ordinary snd in Hat most efficient omcials hi the government service were nam- ed under the old system, because members mado tbelr recommendations with a cense of responsibility and that teller results would follow a return to the practice thai prevailed before the passage of Ihe ciril service act in The members who disapproved of the existing system included Hon. T W Crothers, ej-minlsler ol Labor; Dr. Edwards, H. C. Hocken, Thomas Foster. Reject Soldlert Vole Probe Al a late honr the debits on Mr. McKeniie's motion asVing lor tbe ap- ilr. McKenile producri tie original telegram and Mr. Mei.ihen. aftfr Vns U over. decUrei U was not bacd-wriTlnp and thit he had nol written It or Initialled it. Considerable cross ftre and couruv Ion foUoTTOJ. Mr. McKenilc, who wil dCTCUlnE his privilcse as tl'.c mover of tbe motion lo closf the ile- bste. declined to give tie floor (o Mr Uelgaen .who desired lo mako a slalc- menL Tbe minister, during ihe fcurse of the flurry, declared ihe telegram KI produced to he a forgerr. After tne division, on. C. J. Doherty claimed that the telegram produced by Ur. McKcnila had become tbe proptrty of the house. He maimatc- that the document, so far as it coaM be examined, was not what Mr. McKeniie claimed it to be, insofar as the signature of Mr. or tbe address of Sir Robert Dordcn was con- cerned Mr. McKeniie replied that tbe docu- ment was the photograph of the orig- inal sod (hat he had not tabled it. After some discussion the speaker upheld Mr. McKenzie'3 contention. SELL Al LOW W MOOOSE JAW. Oct. ot four local was submitted before board of commerce inquiry here roirtmenl of a commission to go inlo yeslerday before CommmiEsloner Ran the Slier of the "Melgnen code tele- and snowed that all were observ- gram and the tafclns i vole nt.tho last general soldiers' ipg recent orders, whilst McDonald on was Crawford gave evidence to the effecl riVo-clocVtMs'raomlns jthat they were sellins at an even low- .i_i-i__ TO in pr fteurp than Ihfi Fllmilnlpa nrlrfl. on a division of 6 ma o 23, re- tailed Mr McKtnlie-s motion de- figure than Ihe stipulated price. W. F. Dunn, solicitor for the com "erce hoard, who conducted tne ques Save Against the "rainy day" The thought of being dtpendtiit some when ilhess of old age lakes away one's ability lo earn, ii rightly disiuleful lo the Canadian mind. The sirnplcsl. suresl lo offsei ihis is (o open a Savings Account and add something lo ii every Come in and vr3 sladiy ex- plain. .THE BflUK OF novs scorifl isent lo Trau, Iv.ul hiilutcil the llall.iul raiders to ulttidruu1 after they Lio surprised and c.iptun-J Hie siunlll Serbian eariisan." MARSHALL FOCH PROPOSED CONDITIONS OF ARMISTICE PA.'IIS. Oct.- jestenliv's soslon ot- the chamber or i deputies M. Ybarmisariy asked ir Marshall Kocl. EjiprovoJ of the tlate condlrlons of ibc armlsiire. Tlie (Pttile rarlsicii ihia raarnliiE "ie telt lelltlr 'liro'JSh which the marsbrtll made jauil declared tbal Ihpjo conditions Bl'FFALO, V Sf p tho piirfmp riewi of tclh sides vote-l the JolDt i-onfprrnci o( cilDcra'uere namtncd In rressncc'ot the and operators of the central competi-1 conimanJer-Sn-chlet al Versailles The lire field lomorroir will besin ijii" nt m'- e uewspaiicr lero to oesoliaie a i.eir schedule and 1 sa-T' llle made no oDJeclion VL-orklui condillonv Following the i tho conclusion of tie armistice and rojeclion by Uio operdiors ol tnln- era' original for 60 per cent in wajps and a 30 hour tho Joint lonlercnca vot- ed dovn the operaLors' maiimum, whirh was thit the scale ol 1916, call- ed the TA'ashlngton agreement, be con- I tinued uulii April 1, 1S20. Tlio ollvo i branch came Irom ihe e'ule. that Iho condition -n-liich were pre- sented lo Mathlas chair- man of the German arirdstico commts- slon, were llie very ones bo proyoscd. SOCIALISTS WILL MAKE FIGHT AT ITALIAN POLLS ROME, Oct. Avantl. Social-, IsL organ of Milan, published an appeal now contract "in accordance with tha lho heiJquarttrs or itiP Socialist: I call ot Ihe conference11 belnp offeroJ pnrt7 Io lne convukliiE n- by one of thtlr number. It was con. a nBttonal Socialist congress ai cedcii ihal '.he wMe ooe. nologna, Ocl, 5. Preparalloa for the Ib-Jl representitives o[ both sides ex- Benerai fictions wiil bo made nt this' pressed bope that it would be bridsed meeilnc. The ncTV'Fpapcr Mutes that (anil tbai the threatened strike or 4dV Orer S09.CI3Q CocialiFiB voters arc nf- 000 men on Nov. 1 would lie averted, [icially rcgislercJ Ihroughout -Italy! Tbe Washington RstccuieuL MRS lUc antj number will soon rearh 100 only question before the con reran pno today. N. B. BANK INSOLVENT FARGO, -V. D..-Oct.. Scandl- The appeal says: "Tho next; baitle will not be a simple electoral' j contest, but a high manifestation of' [forte by the Socialist proledirini lo overthrow Ihe bourgolse WASHISOTOS. Ocl. 2.-Intcrven- liv the United States naval forces al frau. Dalmalia. prevented bloo'.shed "which would perhaps bare resulted in a state of actual war between Ilaly nllcl1- NOT SURPRISED AT D'ANNUNZIO _ i PAI11S. Oct. Dr. II. H. one of tho delegnles lo the peace conference, told the Associated Press this morning that he vraa not i surprised at Cant. d'Annunzlo's rteclar- a'lon that he considered himself in a 5lato ot war Wlth Jugoslavia. "It. is continuation of Ills cinema iographlc procedure, said Dr. Ves- As Es Kingdom of Ihe AVOID ALUM IN FOOD Baking Powder is one of the most important food ingredients. Alum or other injurious acids are frequently used by some concerns to lower the cost of production. MAGIC BAKING POWDER Contains Alum It is pure phosphate baking powder and is guaranteed to belhebest, purest and most health- baking powder possible to W. Matthew Williams. In "Chemistry of Cooking." say at "Phosphates are the bone- making material of food and have something to do with building up of brain and nervous matter." Made in Canada and Jugo-Slav-a." accordins lo a Te, port from Admiral Knapp. command- j J Setts. CroaliiDs and Slovenes Is con- naTisa-American Baak ol Da-' ing United Stales naval forces In' CaP'.- d'Annunrlo antl consequently kola, with labilities aggregnting more 1 European -R-Titer. transmitled lo no reason lo take uutuo of his jhan was today declared ;senate today by Secretarj- of the Navj declaration.' iuEolvent ov the banking board -oMDaniels.' Xortb Dakota. U was ordered closed I "The sailors not Ad- ary receiver. Tote iu Manitoba- by mucb eicllemem when NOT EVEN A SCAR m Ui writ. MB. T. fl. KilJar of Iftaou, Oat "I hid ue4 Ud bow good U far in Jena, M I gal font, and ippUed dnwsirf ftt once. It wu wonderful tbe it loothrf tU ptia- I renewed the drwuDg for by ThitU ths cut moct Wier the child wii to fa without Undagf. From I had no more tronblc willt tin wound. Jl ap Ttry ud ft KM ia left. NeedlM to I iball mtrvr without Zua-Bak ilwiys l ZtA-Buk in the bcraae, H lolhiog 'tits iU pUtt for enU, barni tnd RcmldA. For r Ktnu And ftll wirH, nkera, boiU, pimpln, Jtlt rttnni pilat pod. AS dealers 50t boi. The deference was ac- onnted for by witnesses' policy ot us- ng tnr travelleri, i and placed in tbe hands of a teinpor- 'mlrla Knapp said, "until filter llalian and American officers, who bad been wear a bell. Asherllle, X. C., aulhorUles an- nounce crery doj; ia tlie'cky must U. S. SENATE REJECTS .Iho United Slates from membership TREATY AMENDMENT lhf> committee to determine ttio hound- ary btliveen Cjsrmanj1' and Delginm. pel, its The volo which gcnerallr TTBS first action on cominltlco changes in cd ns n test -or the sonftle's n'lllud-J the peace treaty. ILc senate today ie- nioro thsn 30 other cnKinulleo Jcctctl an dmcndmciit by Scnntor amendniculs o( similar nature, u-n< Hcpubllcan, Nejv Mexico, lo eliminate 5S to 30. IF THIN AND NERVOUS, TRY PHOSPHATE Like Pliln BUro-PI Put en Firm, Healthy Flesh ind to Strength, and Nervt Force. CFrora Our Own CflrrtsMB HAGRATH, Oct Monday eveomg a farewell pany Tras giyen in tionor ol Chlpman, who 13 ItaTing Masrath for she baa beea called by Ibe LL p. S. church to do nrisslonary work. A Urre crowd was in attend- ance at the program, whfch com- j al g p. UL irhJch consisted of mnalc tij the choir, prayer by A. Mercer, male