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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE Eicirr- T11K LF.TllUmiKil-: DAILY WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEU S. 1'Ji'j STOPPED HER Announcement on 0, T. R- Soon ment that the lUl-au government uad lo the allied gOTernments Sll Monday if J lo an allieJ force to drive D'An- Through BURNHAM MOTION LOST niuitio out ot lie asked if the goTeruruent had any In formal Ton I oa the j Sir Geqrge Fosler: "The govern-1 mtnl has UD information to lay oil the 1 uhlA. The jroierniuenl is uol 'Ct McKmile I prime factor in the nutter at all.''' 1Use or campus .hi, Oi i-sked In the house 01 Sam Hughes. I'lern. on It li was of I shortly. ofrjcer and a guard Sir Sam Hughes produced z. tele- Lj teen detaiied to aslist the fiov- irem or protest from in ornor of nipec ihil 75 per cent of the popula- ,CapL Maiiioa then asked if it was lion of Galicia was beics handed over I the inlentlou ol the government 10 to Poland instead or the people to nuke slanderous 'statements without forcing those who them to cocue forward with Years Of Suffering Ended By "Fruik-lives" 112 Sr.( ST. Jons, X. D. "It is with piers lire that I write to "tell you of the great benefit I received from tha use of your luetlioine madt frotn frv tt juices. y-sJ a frtjl for many years frooi and Ccirslifijliox- 1 eTerything, eonsuUeJ doctors; tut (nothing seemed to help 'me ualU I tried After taking several boies, I wis completely rellerKl of these troubles coJ have been unusually well Miss AXXIE WARD.; ?250, trial size. 25o. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Frult-a-tiies Limited, ing allowed (or consideration of.prir He "asked if (he gorernmepl j utv statement 10 make on ihe mat- ale been bills. Opportunity had for tho con s Ed era lion. Mac, Sir Ccorpe Foster replied that question was hardly one for the Cana- Vroaf. Xo reply was made lo ttie question. The third reading giveu to the act amending ihe Rojal N'orluwesl government to answer. act amenumg me nuyni Mr Jacobs referred to a press slate- [Mounted Police Act and also to a bill 110 confirm orders-Iu-council respect- WHEN MEALS ..HIT BACK Papa's Diapepsin" j Ends Ln'digestion; Sourness, Stomach Stidity jing the Grand TrunV Pacific nailway. I May Proroflue Salurrfay I Sir Georee Fester then said that I 'lug of Thanksgiving Uay or uot.had Ibeen raised. He ?aid tais rested en- j tirely wilii the. house, D. D. McKenzie remarked that he was'surprised at the EovemmeDt waol- v I ing to observe ThaDkSEmng Day. It i was only a few days ago since the instantly IgOTerumeut hud given the -ii months' i i hoist to a meaiisre with regard La fjlhis holiday. However, tie said, i! a I- holiday we're declared it should be' Secretrfty Mr. TreasuroV-Uiss Kllnl Tress Kei'rcicnUtlve The executive MlU'con- slst ot toresoing oincers tosclher xllh Miss Mi-Nabb Miss flett. Miss Jn-sson aud Mr. Col'.lns. A letter Irom Mr Joliu ceneral secretary at Alberta Alliance, annouuced that Mr. T. Stan- ley ot Calgary 1m cd- ilor.iu-rhiet ol Ihe provincial press bureau ot tho AlllanM. '''he aim ot this bureau is to keep thg l-rotosslon anl general puMlc. In sym.iatbelic anil iulolligcut Jonch with carh other and to givo vuWlrtlr to progressive educational mrasures. The rruvincial rxeeutivr sugsoated lhat Miss Bennett ot LelhbrMge High School, become one el the This iiroposal was by Ihe I-clhbriJse looal and provision was mad8 for the appointment of a com- mittee to assist Jilisa UennctL At tho .Teachers' Convention whiph will mcptdi] Lethbrldge in tho llrst week November there will be an organizer Irom the provincial alliance in attendance. Financial Prospects The salary sdiedulo recently adopt- ed by the Alberta Teachers Alliance was considered and correspondence between the Lelhbridse alliance and the public school board relatHc lo the readjustment of the salary list to meet present conditions -was rend and briej- such' tuslof ss this alternoon and none" discussed. Ihe board had not" ot the members on the opposition side (eu in ;i position to take up this-mat- appeared ready to proceed. Sir. >IcKenile replied that a large number of Ibe private members' busi- emanated from government sun- porters, who seemed fully ns reluctant I ter when requested in ;iine. Dr. Fllacfc, superintendent ot slated IhaL he was hi a position to say that the as those on ihe opposition side carry it through. The house adjourned at 3J5 p.m. lumps of undigested food caus- IDK Vou Is stoiuacb acid. -assy sour, or have you flatulence; heartburn? Then lake Pape's Dlapep- Just SODTI as you eat a tablet or (H-oV Pape's. DIapepsin all Lhai dya- LndlgcslJon and stomach dis-1 observed. Sir Sam Hughes asksd it H was not ine intention to prorogue the house neil Saturday. Sir George Foster slated that every effort would be made to prorogue nest j Officers Eletlcd and CommiHccs Named To'Co-operalc With Superintendent Saturday. I( this was found Eible. announcement would be made iu due course.' A large nVmber ol notices placed on the paper by private irtss'cattVed'bv aciditv ends. 1 members were not laten up 'SUtaS harmless UbleU ol Pace's Ihe not prepared never fall to mate sick, up- d'.scuss them. feel fine al ODCC, and Burnham Motion Lost 'ther Site it dni5 slores. ,Mr. BnmLam wished lo discuss to 'PATTERSONBELL HAY AND GRAIN co. vl x Chambers. Lethtridge, fix yon up "with your'Winter Quality, Pric- and Prompt .Shipment. 252-5 motion relatlns to tariff, but failed lo obtain the support of the house''an 3 the resolution TEB de- clared lOiL btn the speaker had called the last item on-the order paper, Sir George Foster moved the adjournmf ut ol ihe house, la doing so he remarked that the leader-of Ibe 'oppositionrhad protested against Insufficient Ume he- Tuesday alternooa in the High 5chool the city teachers lield the first meeting of Ihe'Lethbridse Teachers' Alliance for the present lerni. 'The local alliance iucluded practically ev- ery teacher in the high -and'." public schools of LoLbbridge si> lhat it gives OD port unity lor deliberation on all mat- tirs of character affectine the general leaching body or the schools aa a whole. The aflendnuce yesterday T Miss Birch School presided. large- and principal ol Officers Elected Galbralth N The' tollowing" oficera .wero elected cor the'year 1919-1920: .Birch. Crawford board's attitude was- far from imsympa- Ihelic. As soon as the necessary data o 'was In the posacsstou of tho trustees and public opinion had become suf- ficiently well informed to support lib- moasu'roa. the Euuerintentlent was convinced IhaL Lcthbridgo public school board would proceed without delay to the establishment o[ a.reas- onable scale of salaries. Under In- structions' from the board the super- intendent has sent out letters lo a largo numher of Canadian and Amer- ican cities inquiring as lo salary sch- edules and these arc studied by the aMthorilies. CMpcration With Superintendent Dr. Black expressed his licarty 5yr the work and purposes of the alliance. He advised that the scooe ot the topics ordinarily considered by the alliance be consid- erably widened so that the alliance might place at the superintendent's disposal the mature opinions of Leth< bridge teachers regarding n number of Iho difficult problems it is nBCPSsart for him to In accord- ance with this request the executive Committee was by motion instructed to appoint a special comnrilLee to ad- vise Ihe supermLendent With re- gart! to organized sports in tho schools; another to deal wilK pat- riotic and philanttroplc enterprises; another to help port forms "in use ia Lelhbridga schools; and a study the pmhletn supervised play. The neil local, al- liance will be held at the high school ;bn Taejdar. ERFECTION Start the Day Right f this delicious Cotei bi did foundilion for the day's woik. THE COWAft COMPfiMY LTD John Brunton, Sr.. [Tic oldest resi- dent oE Allamlale, passed a-.vay IQ his Immigration al Laredo. Te.v., .deported 25S -Mexican laborers, smuggled Inlo Ihe S. J. 5. Schwartz, cashier of Dank 'al. Pitliburgr pleaded embezzling I The Alberta Moderation League is a per- 'manertl Provincial organizalion, of which branches will be established in each Electoral Constituency throughout the Province. It has been organized for the purpose of providing means the people shall' have an opportunity to initiate, discuss and recommend to the Legislature through this i- organization, such. Legisla'tion as is believed The Alberta Moderation League have- a number of Legislative reforms under consid- fcration, among which is the Legislation gov- erning the sale and consumption of liquor in Province, which has proved to be defic- ient and unsatisfactory. And on account of it r becoming effective under direct-Legislation, its repeal must be by request of the people by petition to the Alberla Legislature. The Alberta Moderation League is unHer- taking the repeal of the present l.itjuor Act petition. After having made an exhaustive endeavor to Ascertain public satisfactory Legislation, governing the sale and consumption of liquor in this Pro- vince and in accordance, with the sentiment thus obtained, a proposed Liquor Act has been prepared, and Avill be submitted as a substitute for the present Liquor Act.. The same having been approved and adopted at Convention of The Alberta Moderation League held in the Palliser Hotel in ihe City of Calgary on Ihe 29lh day o{ September A.D. 1919, and ordered to be printed and circulated. Copies of which will be available for distri- bution in a short time. Briefly, but plainly slated the proposed Act provides that, The Government shall establish a Dispensary in each ElectoraLConstituency throughout the Province-where, liquor may be purchased on permits. Every person of the full age of 21 years may obtain a permit from the vendor of the Dis- pensary in his or her District. Persons having such permits may purchase at the Dispensary not to exceed one quart of liquor per. week- Permits will.not be inter- changeable. L. V, .Beer ind light wines may be purchased at the Dispensaries in original packages for ,con- sumption, by .any person of the full age of 21 years, without restrictions. N Penalties for violation of the chief provis- ions of the proposed' Act is imprisonment without the'oplion of a fine. The Alberta Moderation League-have no, fear in submitting the proposed Act to the judgment of the nepple.of this Province, who- 'APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP Secretary Alberta Moderation League, '309 6th Street South, Lethbrldge. X Membership Fee, Ueing familiar with the object ol The Ijcagiio of wlileli I approve. I hcrahy pTct my moral support for tho advancement of ihe principles staled, anil aak lo enrolled is n ?-icmher cf Lelhbrldgo branch, Tor which 1 ejicloEG my subscriplbn Xarnc OccupaLlon Adcldrcss THE ALBERTA'MODERATION 'LEAGUE F. P. CONYRKARK, K.C., President. SWIlBTAUY-THBASUMEn, U. OAI-V1N'. 309 Slh STREET SOUTH, ALTAr A, McCOHVIB. LOCAL JEXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TlfOS. QUINN" Y HICKS HAltOI.I) LONG l.ONOWOitTII I do, and will observe "and laws, any people on.eatlh. As far-as it has been.possible to the provisions of the proposed Act is in accordance'with the wishes of, people, which is the fundamental'principle of good Legsilation. The obejcts, of The Alberla Moderation League 'are as staled, ihese objects can be attained support, if you are in favor of them, you are urgently, requested to' assist in attaining them. v It is expected that the Expenses of The Al- berta Moderation'League will be.met by the membership fees, which is per -year, and by subscriptions. Joining The Alberla Moderation League and paying your member- ship fee will not be considered sufficient sup- port. t YOUR MORAL SUPPORT IS REQUIRED AND NECESSARY. 'Any citizen can sign the petition for the re- peal' of the Liquor Act without becoming a member of the League, or can join the League without signing the petition for (he repeal of- the present Liquor Act. The petition for the repeal of the Liquor Act, and the membership role will be available for'signatures at The Alberla Moderation League Provincial Temporary Headquarters, 309 6lh Street South, Lclhbridge, Alberla. ;