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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN THI: DAILY SATURDAY. OCTODBn 18. 1910 U. iMIE BIGS INEFFBRII01KE jiud-strlfco provislore, Sreator Lifol- leits alone objected, 1 7Lo vouuiiiiae's anu-strrtse clauses. i which now are expected io remain 'Lu the bill as reported out noxl week, follow (fcpse.'la ,ihe ordinal Caoimtw: Mil, penal- ties aguinjt interference with IiUor- slato ccicmerco apply to these who fouieiit railroad .strikes, such :is "WASHINGTON, Oct. adopting proyUious to end railrcud strikes by penalizing -employes who KO Elrike or others Ior.ni IK strikes, ihc sonai? interstate torn- xnerce commission today completed lha draft of- a blii to establish a miDent railway puller. Government control and operation of roads end 30 daya after enactment 01 the measure. Bill Up Next Week 'The bill' iv ill Le reported out early neitiveek. Jt ]s similar to ibe original Cummins tneksure, providing for priv- ate cbntroland opera lion of the rail- road a under tbe strict supervision of 'the Inlcr-siale commerce commission. Hallroads would be divMeil Into com- eelUIre regional systems, with Ihc inter-stato commerce connntSEfon f-m- powered to fix rates iciuring a return or 514 psr cent, upon tin actual value pins one-bait of 1 per cent, for Im- provements. The plan (or fiJjmtJafr tne financial pbl'Kalloas o! ihe government an-l i-a.r growing out of government COB- i ircl provides thai a eel ruteuca- of about tlOtf.fNM.OOO offing by the car-1 rler .shall be carried tbe govern-1 ment st per cent, lor al loam IU i years witi rtr-v notes'of Ihe railroads, is The earnings made bj he above the guarantee j n io roaJs will be paid lu tbo roaJs to.U eai'f and their to (he gi erumem. The Plan Cki. lions to prevent railroad striken by A certain recklessness gemr- penalising employees so cm strike aI1-T statin E. tho i-haracteruUc of or thore who foment strikes undertaking: ir.atnmony in war -.v.-'iteL, Inlu ihc pending- bill'limc: :l lendcncy la loofc iwo or High Pr Dimmed Cupid's Adorers in Britain CAUJArir. Oct. traced lbe piBtdRe of boat? and sttoe? through ihe wholesaler and the rclaiter on their way from the factory to the eon- by ihe of Ihe board of corurairee this mornlns.entered the field of lurestifiatiou tholr powrr of rent, which surea so Inrgely lu oyeratinj; ppnse of or try hustnefiS. Earlier, Iiv jtlie siillLgs l.i-iipd thai bf Intended to J! tTldence he took Irom tbe senate Smer-slnte Pro vision llshmeot of VAgen acd lPlace before leaping has iiice lbe uide for ihe of iM federal coaimisslou n? to UCCOUUL conJitiotiE. Thla lirstjpUce. lite in the army teing free from- those expenses which woulJ hare a number of rtglonal commLuecs for veisb ncavily cu the civilian, prorapL EOttleuent of local disputes. soldier hid HlUe chance to real- the rotallera mtulo oecesaary. The Ciilllne to Ihe wilaeu stand this immilLE of J. Durrell. of.Mapsor aad coioptny. was a surprise to those wfco have followins the inveBllga- Mr. llurrelPs is'eiit Ibal lbe reuU of stores hi this area reached their highest, Qii abnorir.al point, in 19IS. In 1914 they look a big drop and later ID SOUID rents went as low 'ns 430.00. Since that they had come back some-( what and the sanse rent was now aboul llurrell said that he dlJ r of any CSJP, in dlairici AND LiCIOUS a most' Fihe- s I'satisfactory beverage. flavor arid aroma and it healthful. cocoa .contains nothing ttjiat vis harmful .and .much that is beneficial. If is practically all nutritfonT: T Choice Recipe book free. Waiter Baker 6 Co.Limilted, Can. Canoda Food Board r Apl1 HOI Know Ol any caje, in IUO UJamvt ilt e chance to roM- where rent h ot IHIDE. Danob- .ho M1J Now that the days ate getting short it is time to consider what use you arc going to make of ihe long winter evenings. Why not use them to improve your education, and at the sajne lime increase your earn- ing power. If you cannot attend our DAY SCHOOL, bur NIGHTiCLASSES provide the INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION is given in: Short- hand, either Gregg or Pitman; Touch Typewriting; Bookkeeping; Spelling; Writing; Business Arithme- tic; Correspondence; 'and English. Classes meet every Monday and Thursday even- ing" from 7-30 to 9.30. Do not delay." Come Up and talk the.matter over next Monday night, OFFICE PHONE nerves lbe straw tinils' himselt .incapable of underlating tew aniieli83v and re- sponsibilities Icnsiou is related, is.a respite, during which he may''recuperate his nervous system, and talie-a few bear- lags, in his new envHOnmenl. The Itolarj Club at SL John raises for1 tho fire 'sufferers, at Or> iriocto. N. D. CUNARD not be. "Some retailers al least prefer io sell loaves on the lichel sysicni at the rate oJ nine tor a means of dollar to' their slore and often' rcsuilEd In bettor busi- ness in other lines. To inako Ihe re- tailing of bread, al all profitable II is necessarr Io mate a gross profit ol 11M, per. ceu't. a. loaf, .as- wrajipiue Taper and siring cost about nalt a ccnl ptr loaf. PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW Vasarl ....OcL 27 Orrtuni ...Nov. Carmanla NOT. S Orduna NEW via Cherbourg Maurelanb Oct2S NOT 32 NEW. via Havre and Southampton nyl QSorge Novl njl NoV 29 NEW YORK, PLYMOUTH ANO CHERBOURG Caronla ...Novl Coronia ...Deo 6 NEW via Havre and LonVon Saionla .........I...........NOT. 22 NEW Columbia'.Nov. S Columbia .Dec. C NEW YORK-MJIRAEUS, GREECE Pannonla.............. 12 Safarcla ..Oct. 20 Caijaailra .Kor C Saluroia -Dec, 4 Cassandra Dec. 12 .Drslta, Money Orders .and Cable Oct. an leaders declared onpnatically loday Ihat UB Eenale to riartlclpallon Araprican.-TCpreECnta- liies In the ot nations or other international until tho peace treat? had teen ratified 07 'tho senate and specific laws enacted later by authorizing Bach represen- tatives and providing lor (.heir cipen- !S. Adminialration senate leaders On the other hand declared tbe president had Cull poiver to piaseiit American repre- sentatives on the commissions, though they expressed doubt thai ho would do ao If the senate made formal ob- jection. Anj: attempt to put the senate pn record as opposing ssch a step would be certain Io Jail, they-predicted, cit- ing In support of their prediction the defeat pt the fall amendments to Jhe peace treaty proposinE elimination ot tho United states from representation on these commhslonar The administration senators said they tonew of no movement for an at- flrmallre by tie lenali authorizing acceptance of the offer of the supreme council 'and.Mid not ex- pect otic. Until tho-Fenate acted'on tbe treaty, Incy added, for the establishment of a peace slat- us were in the hands of executive entirely. J MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR VICTORIA COLLEGE STUDENTS RILLED TORONTO, OcL is the story For full ItiforrjiaUon apply. (0 any o( a accaptcit and IL R- anj S.; S., agente, or to Cora pany's OKire, SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main SI., Winnipeg nobly r.aid .Chancellor R. P. Howies hefor.o a largo audience at Vlc- lorla College chapel yesterday! the 'oiJcftsion of -ft memorial acrviOO in honor of the 65 student soldiers of that college- In option. "Xo cjass of citizens gate so inanr members Ihe univerclty men ol ho added. 9lx hundred Victoria College slfid- cnU enlisted. IF STATELY DIGNITY Is your choice for a monument we ara to submit a rarlely fit designs. Lctbbridge Monumental Works 8th Gtieet, Bculh', R. Hecdi. ITALIAN INVENTS MONSVER DIRIGIBLE .Thursday, Oct. CeleS- tlna Uselll, -eno at Hie pioneers of aviation In claims to have In- vented new dlrlfilble 3S9 yflnle and 19 nfie nni provided wild sli motors of SOO hnrsn power each, with which ho Intends Io fly froni Homo to South America, slopping at Uakar, West Africa. WASHINGTON', Oct. king nn-I nuecn of thrs will pot be received by President Wilson flncl Mrs. Wilson on Ihelr visits to Waitllngton Ihls month, j They will be t.lfi gucplB of Vlcc-rreslrlont Harnliall ana Mrs. Marshall instead. Miss Ollre Clark, llanl'itlon, 'goes I Io Inzersoll as tcacnw.Mn'tria Collcg. lte The Prince vlills Yarrow's and shakes hands Trtth ivofkmcii. Ylclorli, II.C. qpHINK of the time and J_ trouble you can save with this dependable range. No black-leading. The cooldng-top it burnished brighter than Grates modem duplex the ashes out at a single turn. Oven walls nickeled cleaned. Bakingbecomes a real pleasure when you have this fine Calland see theKootenay. WIL30N CAN'T RECEIVE BELGIAN ROYALTYJ Inquire from Local Hardware Dealers. ONE OF THE SCENES IN WHICH WILL BE SHOWNJAT THE EMPRES3.NEXT "WEEK, bTABTING.MONDAY. V ?1 The Famine is almost at an end fno's soon io be had in pre-war supply 'THE unavoidable shortage of the raw pro- ducts which Eno's is made, plus the tremendous demands pouring into our factory from all pans of the globe, caused a shortage in our regular supplies for for some mouha we were not able to ship to this country. i We regret (he great inconvenience caused to-lhr many adherents of Eno's, but announce that soon shipments of Eno's will'be regular and plenty. It was not only the actual famine in Eno's (hat caused inconvenience; but also the'fact that were forced Io (ry unsatisfactory There is not any substitute for lino's. Tlltre arc "Salines" jinci "health ,W ''fruit salines" and other masqueradcrs, but there is only'one.'genuine I'ruit Sail. formulated fifty years Mr. J. C. Ens, been Hie world's great aperient ever since. You dealer can now supply..you with i botllc Pnfxind tnljf tjf tjir'Wiiki. London, Ing. Sola far Hnrth Arritrleju HAROLD F. 171 Now York OUx 'NO'S ii com- I ENO'S FRUIT SALT U of ripe frtiit jutce. tt forrai a nilui'al and liver and digei- No pfOpncrary irt the World has had of lbe rnedlca.1 profession it KTIO'S had, ;