Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, OCTOBEH 11, 1919 HIE LKTUBRIDGE DAILY HERALD. OTTAWA, Oct. bouse will cot sll on TharfitssIvlDS Day. A mo- llon to thli ellact was passed thli afternoon. On a queitlon of privilege. Dr. Clark referred la a denial of. Mr. Bureau of Dr. quotation of Sir Wilfrid laurlcr as saying tbat U would bo great mistake it Lbe Grits could nQdertiOte lo IlRhl the flnerny villh Itio devll'i lire." Dr. Clark raid tho words were io IPS found on Fage S9 of tho for 1916, under the date of Nor. 21. S. tho toTera- dent what would bo done with the moner allowed lo enemy aliens for work done la confinement during the war period. Some of these people i Tjere now belne deported. Wae U Intention of tbe government lo use 1 tho' fnoner, which had not been, paid, to rolmburso Canadian nations for la- 1 Juries from German nationals? lion. C- J. Doherly was unable to give a definite answer lo the Ques- tion, but promlsej information later. Sir Gcorgo Foster announced thai tuo buElnoss which ha proposed to Jnlroduce this session was limited to legislation which nilgut be based on Um reports of tho Ivi'o committees and legislation to acquire tho Grand Tuink Railway. D. D. XIcKonzlo asked whether government proposed lo Introduce any further legislation based on the ropo'rt of Uio commlltee dealing with the soldiers' civil re-eslabllslimsnt. Sir Qeorgo Foster replied thai he tonld not HBBVjar Uila question ivlln- out seeing the report. WHAT KING GEORGE SAID IN RATIFICATION LONDON. Oct. lo Ibe all, the tell of the essential part of Great Britain's ratification of the German peace treaty signed by King decree yesterday, fellows: "We, baring seen and considered >hf) treaties, protocol and agreement aforesaid, have approved and accepl- ed and confirmed the Game In nil and every one of tbelr arllclen and claiuei nnd we. do b.y these present approre, accept, confirm and ratify them for ourselrcB, our beira and our succes- sors, engaging and promising upon our royal word thai we will sincerely and althfully perform and observe all and singular the things contained and ex- pressed In the treaties, protocol and agreement aforesaid and that we will never suffer tho same to be violated anyone or transgressed 3E far as t'lle's'In our power." HIS LIFE RUINED BY mm Jii H. -FRUTT-A.TIVE5" TV. WcuJ.rftil Fruit Midkii. LIGHTS and SHADOWS By F. S. 8ILL GIVEN IIS II Salaries of Commissioners la- created To House Tuesday KICK, IN The war Is clean and slick. Cut It look a beap o' mency lo lum the trick; Now we're having "Victory Bonds on the hill of fare, So kick In lively and grab your share. EVERYBODY'S DOIN1 IT Say, but It Is a. relic! Iheso days to find a fellow who hasn't a schema for HID reconstruction of Lbe -world. eoyerfllh ft Lrnultltudfc ot thlalia Johnny as ke divides the ttolen ple'wlth his mile sister. i The daughter or tho Tromari vho thought. the" walls Immoral Is cow do IDE: the Hhlmmle. Old King Coal Is a cosily old scul observes in You're right but It'a Vorlh the money these frost] PRIVATE by a Veleran friend as f follows: Thfl who did il the, work, took all pic" blarho, and re- least par. One thins that Canadians like about! "the Prince of Wales Is the fact that' he's" a "regular fellow." lie is every inch' a.Prince and every inch a man: 1 "Monkeys Pick says a.head- line. UTilch variety of nuts, we won- der; Tho lynching of negroes goes on -with Increasing horror down In the Slates.. H la called lynch law, but lynch" law Is no Ian1. If the various Elates can not cope 'Wst.b the radial queitlon, surely "Washington wilt take a hand. OTTAWA, Oct. drill reclaBBltlcalloT. bill was pnt through the com mil Ice stage io Ihe house this evening and will come up or third reading on Tuesday next There was but little opposition to the details of the bill which had been thoroughly gone over or Bpecla cornmllleo uf the house and no amend inenls were brought forward. Ltefore IL was latcn up, a resolu Jon providing for an Increaia ID Ihe salary or the chairman of the clvl coinruleaIon from ill to seven thousand dollars in of the other commissioners were..carried, A. E. Frlpp, cbaniploulng of the temporary employee! of tb civil service, wished lo have provision made for granting these clerks perm a nent appointments without Inslalloi upon their parsing tho civil j aervIC' eiainlnatlons. He believed an exam Inatlon In dir'.ce dalles would be su ricienL Tbls view was not held h Hon. (A. K. was charge of the bill, who thought noth Ing could be more InluriDiia lo th Ice than legislating temporal serrl MM. THANK HALL WyeTale, Oolirio. "For. some I wo yttuit I WM a safTcreffroin Ckrowic Coiallptuian and Dytpcptia. t I iricd ereij remedy I of without aoy success, until the wife cf (i local recommended I procured Kbox of 'Fruit-a-tiTcY the ircatmcat, aod my condition ccmmtnced. lo improTB' immedialcly. The ceased to be the burden of my life as it hid been, and I His freed of Constipation. I Ted that oae a gnat debt to', 'FruH-a-iioft' for the benefit I deriTed from 111 em." FRANK 6 for trial size 25e. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Limited, OLUwA. Ont employees into permanent posHions, A request by Dr. R. J. Mp.nlon that a returned soldier ts appoiriled'to Ihe commission prompted Mr. MacLean to stalo that Lhangh h5 considered such an appointment unnecessary, in of tbc [act that soldiers wero Lelng jlven prefcrenco in appolalmcnl? Lo Lhe civil service, he would-not oppose- an amendment providing Tor such a appointment if Introduced on third reading of Uie bill. tb E. H. L'.ndner, who has Just beei appointed to succeeed H. Boehmcr retired, as postmaster of Kitchener started work Jn tbat office as junior clerk seventeen years ago.. Percy Barber, Hamilton, la years old, grasped a live wire while climb- ing over a fence, and was electrocuted. CFrom O'Jr Own ST. HILDA, Oct. itornn wlta Jots of molfilure thta district during tbo past weeka, pul- ling the eround In telur Bbapo for crops lb.au It has been, the le.ll of 1916. Farmers are all busy In 'Jie fields pcttlnc ground for ueit year. There has also been a '.arge airouBt o( ground seeded lo fr.ll rye bore. The CeeJ proposition la thh; al a trie I ft. one, but overyboJy seems lo avo lot of Hueslan thistle hay. If lal will pull their slock Ihrougb they III be all right. Mr. and Airs. Carl Aike, Mr. and Irs. Warburg and also Mr. Mrs. A: Murphy, ol Aden, -Altt., wcro at iho homo of Mr. an-1 Mfj, R. 11 ostoe Sunday. C. E. Johnson and Millies ru- urncd recently from the Peace River country where they have bcec pulling p hay. Thoy lotend movlpg loclc lu about Iv.'o weeks, also It. TaiibajiTu' stock. Mr, Jobnaon eays 10 never cav-' a boUer country for 1-t.y. J. L. Nelson was a buslotss visitor at P. 11. Buckley ranch southweat of Sweet Grass, Mont., one day last The dance at Clarlnda, Alia., last Salijrday night proved a success Jn every way and everybody reported a good time. Our Own CorrHDonflenl) ALBION RIDGE, Oct. eno- storm 4s not unwelcome. The dl trlcl has a rnanflrtd fold increase in the way oE soli preparation for nci year's crop over that sown last spring The church serrlcci which hav been held have been of great InLcros and benefit to Ihe dtslricl. Owing I our student preacher's attendance a college, fve had no service last Sunday but expect rcgutsr services will b held goon with a permanent miniate In charge. The autumn has been a busy one if quiet. Besides preparing their o land for crop, several have done plow Ing outride the district. The Ritlg baa done Its) bit In preparing for In creased production. Some grading of roads has tee started JusL ouLsido the district hut E thai we can but hope it may rj continued in- Ihe district. We co talnly hais sonic roads which liav long advertised their need of grading Pasture Is bare. Some farmers hav shot EOine .Interior animals and ar sending other animals out lo pastur Others have laid in ,a supply ol lee from outside. "A Joan of Arc Machine" s1 HE withstood everything in the field and above all was, and Btill is, the last and only car to survive until the cessation of Extract from letter received by Ford Motor Company from a British Soldier, l in Africa. v Over shell-torn roads, through water soaked fields, second only to the tanks in its power to climb debris and crater holes, the Ford car made a world famous record in the fighting area of the great war. In press despatches, in field reports, in letters, in rhyme and song the praises of the Ford sounded. In France 700 cars out of were Fords In Italy 850 cars out of were In Egypt 996 cars out of were Fords In Mesopotamia 999 cars out 'of were Fords The Ford power plant that established this world-wide record In every, theatre of the war remains the same. It will be in the Ford you buy. Ford Runabout, OnopenmodelatheElectricStartmgandLiEhtinj Ford, Out., and Dlvltrs and over Strvice Garaga supply tfteni. FORD GARAGE, D.ealeri ._. Lethbridte A. P. VEALE, Dealer Warner KING GREEN, Dealers ,V: Raymond TABER MOTOR CO. LTD., Dealers Taber IN BUSINESS IN LETHBRIDGE This Business Directory Shows a List of the Men Who Served Overseas Now Established in Business in the City Utlle -wonder lhal tho ncjro has looked Tor years Kith longing eyes' lo Ttard Canada. ONLY ONE QUES9 NECESSARY A proud look, a Irlog tongue. Dud hands tTial shed Innocenl verbs vl, 11. Can It bo possltls that men can be- come so debased supply rotten be.ins mlicd with rocks, lo lha army prersuit OUR WEEK-END POKE Dloir, old Dllzzord mm, clothe the cariJi with anow, cans wo wlUi the homo fires aglow 'And the bin (all ol flour and lie cel- lar full o' Epuds, jtad hangln' In the closet, good warm dnds? tllow, old Dllzzsri Man, demon (he North, I like (o bear rcm holler when I'm Blllln' hr UIB hearth; 1 don'l mlnA the dreary jon're Rlliu sure to bring Cnuie I look beyond the 'Winter and aeo the Bunny Spring, Bo Wow, old Blluaxd JUn, TtlioOp 'em up tonight, for I'm slttln' by tho fire and I'm goln' lo sll (IsTil finil read about the strikes, lie BoV shles and the Reds, Then (eo the Wds'luckod tnugly In theb1 warm heds. ,WAY81DE PHILOSOPHY A fnodel husband h ono who can Hit together sloi'Oplpo on a cold day prlthbot Bhocklng Ms file. i One way tot wofnan lo convert her tubind to buying her t new dress Is lo him Bhopplng with her. Ho'll lay Ibo dreis to let tho agon; orer. II Is no dlKgrnco lo be down but It a dlagract to itay down. J. N. ANDERSON Contracting Plasterer All Kinds of Cement Work. Estimates Furnish- ed Free. (C! SEVENTH ST. Sw 1 WILSON'S RECOVEHY SLOW Oct. frealdcnl WUaon coQtlaned lo lm- vrore today, Ma physicians Indicated hat thef M pec Led Tila rccorcry (o bo PHONE 1481 GEO. P. PORTER AUCTIONEER Farm and City Sales 327 11lh STREET SOUTH PHONE 1692 W. M. Harris Agency 'SUCCESSOR TO H. j. H. SKEITH Fire Insurance, Automobile Insurance. l Real Estate Money to Loan Properties Managed GROUND FLOOR, SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE IJ43 T. ROTH WELL WITH ROTHWELL KNOWLDEN 1 (SUCCESSORS TO F. Fine Shoe Makers and Repairers 6T1 FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 1717 COUNTRY TRIPS A SPECIALTY Gdbelle's Motor Delivery Service Draying, Coal Orders and Removals PHONE 1664 712 THIRD AVE. SOUTH C Builder, Contractor and Cabinet Maker, i ESTIMATES FREE PHONE 1663 HENDERSON GARAGE CORNER UK AVE. A 6th 8T. PHONF, 688 STORAGE GARAGE FIRE PROOF AND WELL HEATED ALL REPAIR WORK OUARANTEED v BASIL E. CHAPLIN WITH E. CHAPLIN SONS DFTnP IflfmTfi Gel Your Tires Relreaded by Ut'.. ntjUVEiAUlllU Sectional Face Break In Braces. Repairs. We guarantee all our work (o give salUfactlon, Give U> l Trial. 712 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE U64" CUSHIONS UPHOLSTERED. TRUCK BODIES BUILT ___ V Lethbridge Auto. Top Depot Q.T.. BLUNT, Proprlelor Auto Tops, Seat Coven, Storm Curtains and Radiator Covers, Manufactured and Repaired. 321 SIXTH STREET S. LETHBRIDOE, NEXT DOOR TO HERALD MR. RETURNED MAN, ARE YOU A MEMBER OF THE G. W. V. A.?