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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta mm PAGE; EIGHl' 'I'lUJi" L.H/1 HBHiDGU -DAILY HERALD V [ELY IN ALLOWANCES | geson's limlintrs and thr government's :'action may lie cxpecte.i some time af-I ter his return to;Ottawa. I Major Mrirgeson is a member of the I : Nova Scotia legislature and is a -col- : J lege nlate "of A. E. Dunlop of Shop- j ! herd, Dunlop and HiH\ i i--- ^ MEAN THIEVES LOI AXES OF PUPILS Major Margeson of S.A. and A.P. Branch Visits City Investigation. on That there will, in all probability, j be a general increase in the separation \ and assigned pay of soldiors' depen-; dents was the inference from state- i monts made by Major \V. .1. Margeson j of the separation allowance and as-! signed pay branch of the department j 'of militia, who visited the city on' Tuesday. Major Margeson is now on a tour of the west gathering informa- j ;ion on which to base a report and on j this report the government will decide \ what steps should be taken. 1 According to Major Margeson the plan divides into two proposals. There ; will likely be a general increase in  these allowances throughout the whole ] of Canada. In addition to this gen-' era! increase there will he further in-j creases according io the cost of living j 1n local districts. Where -$60 a month ! might provide a very fair living tor a wife and three children in some of the older counties in the east, investigation might prove that it'would require $90 or $100 in some of the western � Office cities. The general increase will therefore be augtaeiited in placed where there are special circumstances' to warrant it. ALL OVER CANADA ASK WAR BONUS! of Last of Epidemic Police Seem Powerless Prevent. Robbery to ii i hi I "WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, '11)18 Extraordinary Success which "Fruif-a-tives" Has Achieved I Something of a'furore yns created at the Central school today with the discovery this morning that the Soldiers' Kund boxes in all the rooms had been broken into during the night, and all the silver removed. The coppers were loft. Some time ago new boxes with locks were provided to guard j against the rifling of the contents, but Asking for a war bonus of $330 per \ ttK" �oU>' robbers systematically broke annuui. or the lesser amount' ropre-! 'Item open. served in the difference between the ! Qreat indignation was Expressed by war bonus already granted .and JSHO. \ Parents at noon when the children the civil service employee." of Canada Memorial Presented at Ottawa j Today Asking- General In- j crease up to S350. j are today presenting to the Dominion government a inVmorial which, if granted, will mean :\ salary increase to thousands of workers in the postal, customs, lands and other departments of the government throughout the Dominion. The memorial affects all persons in the service up to the rank of-deputy minister. Those affected a re : Outside Service employees in Post department thereafter called postai employees t receiving less than jl.-'Oo. bonus askett H, Postal employees east of Sault Ste. Marie receiving $1,200 to $1,600, bon- carriod home word of this theft. It was felt that if the thieves, who would rob the soldiers of the mite the children contribute, out of the goodness of their hearts" and-their patriotism, could be caught they should be severely punished, and' the police are expected to put forth more than usual effort to apprehend them. During the past two weeks there has been an epidemic of petty thievery and storebreaking going on in the city. Six places at .least have been entered, including the Victoria Confectionery, the Lethbridge Latin-dry, the safe of J. B. Ttirney and Co., and the little grocery store on 6th One reason-why "Fruit-a-tives" is so extraordinarily successful in giving relief to those r.ulVerinjf with Constipation, Torpid Liver, Indiges~ Hon,- Chronic Headaches, Neuralgia, Kidney and Madder Tsoubtes, JHhemnatism, Pain in the Back, Eczema and other Skin Affections, is, because ikjs the only medicine in tile world made front fruit juices. It is'composed of the. mediciaal principles found iu apples, oranges, figs and'prunes, together with the nerve tonics and antiseptics of proven repute. 50c. a box, 6 for ,f LVfl, trial size 25c. At all- dealtrs or sent postpaid by Fruii-a-tives Limited, Ottawa.1 Fighting Service Chief Consideration to Benefits of Sol-diers' Settlement*Act.. . Ave. near the pol leery cascjt appears amateurs. * BAKERS^ND MILLERS HAD ^. TALK WITH FOOD BOARD Ottawa. j3ct. ft/- Millers and bakers from various parts of Canada yesterday discussed the recent order of the Canadian food board, which requires the use of 20 per cent, substitutes for wheat flour in the manufacture of bread as soon as the new crops are placed 'on the market. The Soldiers' Settlement Board at Ottawa has sent a definition of Uie terms "honorable record," and "hon-jorable discharge" nhd "on active ser-jvice," the.terms under which the eligibility of the returned men is deter-! mined to partaking In the soldier's 1 settlement. j Not all soldiers who' have enlisted ' are entitled to the belief its under Uu; act. This has been a stumbling block to the men, but the board has niartla its �position plain in this respnc'. and explains the terms, also the eligibility for benefits. , For instance ah officer who wont to England, which is considered .an actual theatre of -war, and who refused to revert in rank to go to France is not eligible. , , The chief qualification is for the to bo t.ie work of , ulnn l0 have soen serVice in France. Unless he lias been dishonorably discharged, this settles the question of his eligibility. In the case of the officers several have made application for the benefits under the act but it was pointed nut to them that unless they could show-service in France either in rank or by reversion in rank their plea would not be entertained. . Where a man enlisted and was discharged in Canada, without contract- barracks. In ev- Ottawa," Oct. !).-The following Western) men nnd officers wore included in today's casualty list: '.I ' .' ;. .Mfifatitry . ' / ' "- Kille;d'.:(hry�CtlonJtLleut. ,J2. E.,- Fa-hoy, .Winnipeg;:' Chpt:.i)..A. �|cQun'rrle. f4el3'on; B.05: � Lieut. 'G. A. Norton, Midland, Ont.; Lieut. 13. B. Dalmage. Min-nedosa, Mtvn.; Lieut, C. A. Duncan, Sandwich, B.C.; Lieut. A. G. Starktnwi England; Lieut. W. \V. Irvine, .Moth-ven. Man.; Lieut. 1-1. B. Blair, Saskatoon; Capt. J. F. .Macintosh, Saska-j toon; W. Hart, Eicon,' Artti.; Lieut. CI ing any disability., while on Service, that mn-n'is not entitled to the benefits under the aet. '�''> Warbtirlpn,- England* -Lieut. If. n North-wood, Ottawa.? v. Dioti of NWouiuls-r-Lt. C. .P.'Wright Halifax. N.S.; Meat. V. -A.. Wordon Mlmico, Out.; Lieut. Lv SI; Honey, St Catharine's, Ont.;.',Lieut. YVV T. Donl son. Port Arthur, Ont, , Mlssing-^Cajit.: R. Pollock, Owei: Sound, Orit; Lieut. W. Hedges, ISd moiiton. Prisoner of War~-JLi6ut. J. B. liar vey, Toronto. .' s'Wounded: Believed PrisonerNpf Wiu Mchp't. W. J. Preston, Toronto. \ Artillery Killed In Action-Lt. W. C. Smith St. John, N.B.; Lieut. R. P. WUklns Wetaskiwln, Alta.; Lieut. L-. Renni son, liJnglaHjj. , Died of Wounds-D. McCannell, Victoria. Mounted,Rifles '* Killed In Action-Lieut. \V. J. North Oakland, Man.; Lieut. IS. R. Rule England; Lieut. P. H. Langhorne, ICng -Innd;. Lieut. O. F. Trees, Toronto; Lieut. I. C. Maharg, Brandon, Man.; Lieut. F. W. Marris0. ronferftd with the local branch of the j Postal employees Patriotic Fund, the G. W. V. A. and the Great War Xext-of-Kin. laying the proposal before them, and getting their views on the problem. Another matter which Major Mar- j geson is investigating is ,whether to ! continue the present system of control | j of the patriotic fund allowances ; � through the local committees or wheih-: er the work should all be done ! through Ottawa. No announcement j was made by him as to his decision. ! but it is understood that he considers j thp centralization scheme too tin- i weihly. In this connection he gave j some interesting figures of the work � which now goes through the assigned | pay and separation allowance branch.] There are 950 clerks in this depart- i ment and 3500 letters a day are re- i ceived. In addition it looks after 300.-  000 files and accounts, and the result j .is that sometimes there is'delay in j answering inquiries. However the | organization is being perfected as fa? j as possible." and he hoped that in fut- -. tire the delays-of the past would be f. avowed. . . : ' I Official ^announcement of Major Mar- receiving $1.(100, MOTHER! DON'T TAKE CHANGES IF CHILD'S IE IS Sault Ste.' Maj^e and west, bonus asked $Trt. Outside service employees of the Customs, Inland Revenue and Public Works departments receiving less than $1.2(10. bonus asked $100. Postal employees west of Sault Ste. Marie receiving S1.2o0 to $1,600, bonus asked $100. V. Postal employees at Sl.iJOl) east of Sault Ste. Marie, bonus asked $150. Postal employees at $1,700, east and west, bonus asked S170. All outside service receiving $1,200 or )e�s. outside of the Postal, Customs. Inland Revenue and Public Works, bonus asked $-00. Messengers, sorters and packer* in the inside service, bonus asked SJ00. All outside service receiving $1,200 to S3^.500, outside of the postal service, bonus asked $250. Postal employees at-Sl;$00. east and west, bonus asked $270. The entire inside service above the grade of messengers, sorters and packers, bonus asked $350. The entire outside service above a salary of $1,550, including postal clerks receivflig. more, than $1,800. Many persons who weYo clearly entitled to one of the above bonuses under the provisions of the order-in- j i council of Aug. IP. 191S, but have not received it for one reason or another. If Cross, Feverish, Sick, Bilious, Clean! Little Liver- and Bowels. ' i REGISTERED YET A laxativo today saves a sick child tomorrow. Children simply will not take the time from play to empty their bowels, whicji- become clogged up with waste, liver gets sluggish, stomach sour. Look at the tongue. Mother! If coated, or-your child is listless, cross or feverish, breath bad, restless, doesn't eat heartily, full of cold or has sore-, . . throat or any other children's ailment.1 ar asent nere^ give a teaspoonful of 'California Syrup' Sal�rday >s the last day With only three days left in which to register, none of the members of the Mennonite colonies in this district, of the ages of 1S-21 and III-44 have registered with the American consu- of 'Figs," then don't -worry, because jt,is perfectly harmless, and in a few , hours all this constipation poison, sour I bile and fermenting waste will gent-f ly move out of the bowels, and you V have a well playful child jagain. A ; thorough "inside cleansing" is oftimes � all that is necessary. It should be the j first treatment given iu any sickness. ( Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. 1 Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which lias full directions for babies, child- � retf of all ages and for grown-ups � plainly printed on the bottle. Look carefully and see that it is made by thev "California Fig Syrup Company -Advertisement. and unless they register before that date they will come under the Military Service Act of Canada. The public is anxious- For Thanksgiving ly awaiting some definite move on the I |& fl #v I m & lit/I /tnv/rnHA part of the Canadian military authori-j | U tUTH}7 W cltStS Of UfiOrgette ties. The question has been asked whether the Mennonites are Americans, and thereforei liable under the Canadian-American convention regarding !!t||j military service. - The Herald could �' **T not say that all the Mennonites areV Americans, but whether the older members of the sect ever took out their naturalization papers or not, the majority of those of military age were �ftorn in the United States and are: therefore of American nationality. The Best Cough Syrup I* Home-made E OF BAPTISTS HERE H�f*'� �n tnj wmy.U) w *2, and ret have the bmfctAoach-remedy JOB ever; tried. , You've probably heard of this well-nown home. "tnownplan of making coujfh sviup at BufThave you ever used it V When you do, you will understand why thousands ot families, the world over, feel that -they could, hardly keep house without it. It's simple and cheap, but the way it takes hold of a cough wiil quickly earn it a permanent place in your home. Into a 10-oz. bottle, pour "i'-j ounces of Piner (50 cents worth); then add tilain granulated su�ar syrup to fill up lie bottle. 'Or, if desired, use clarified 1 molasses, honey, or corn syrup,instead of sugar syrup: -Either-way" it tastes good, never spoils, and gives you 16 ounces of better coueh remedy than you could buy jreatly-inude for five" times its cost. * It is really wonderful how quickly this home-made Remedy conquers a\ cough- Usually in 2f4 hours or less. It seems to iienetrate tbrou"-h ey$rv air passage, oqsens a dry, hoarse or tight cough, ifiij'the phlejrm, heal* the membranes, fcnd^ives almost immediate relief. Splen-liid for -throat tickle, hoarseness, croup, pronchitia and bronchial asthma. Pines is a highly concentrated com- fund of genuine Norway pine extract, d- has .been used for generations for root end- chest' ailments. Avoid disappointment; by. asking your Ironist' for "2^5 ounces of Pinex" with nil directions, and don't accept anv-.iiirfg else. Guaranteed to give absolute tatisfaotion or money promprly refunded, tte Pines Co., To'ro'nlo, Ont. On Tuesday next a conference of i the southern districts of the Baptist! church will be held in the First Bap-' tist church here. The programme for i the day is as follows:  j 2:30-Devotional, by the chairman i of the conference. Rev. F. W. Dafoe. : 2:45 lo 3:lo-Paper by Rev. I, S. ! Reeds, Etzikom. i 3:15 to 4-Address: "The Xeed and-_. Value of Teacher Training," Dr. Geo.' Webb. 4 to 4:30-Address: "Home Missions and the 131 it Budget." Rev. C. C. McLaurin. At 4::i0 Rev. n. A. Gunn will address the members of the Mission ban