Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PACK SIXTKEN" THE LKTI1BKUK.R DAILY HEIULO. SATURDAY, OCTOBER IS. 1'Jtv Keetl tof (juvernmcnt Xid Kor Irrigation li rings I.ssue to the Front IranEterred vly the weclErn [And thai empowering nouM i lie brought dowa ai aeit 1 cf (ha hoaje of Ai (hat I'rne Prcmler.SUWart iras lu Gnaws, riuK with membra ol Some time ago the Herald published tie Dominion cablael on Irrigation and K special Oitatva dispatch InMniiilnj? relief _ milters, acd ziaiurallr ihe that iho natural" resource? ivaiild be control a.' the prcilTices' natural re- No Trouble-- No Waste When pressed for you must wait for your you cannot get the right are the causes of your troubles on bake days when you use the wrong kind of baking powder. To have, enjoyable results of a day's baking, to have, no worry or wasted and pastry despite adverse con- tions, you must first be careful about the baking powder you select. Use ing Powder It docs its vroit assol'Jlsly. Its dcutis action ipsies it a nerer felling Icavcntr, notwithstindin; tiring to -wait on your pvec. s Always follow the level teispoonld to due JtPsI cup ol well sifted flour. By doing GO, jou uss a quarter to a liajf less EGG-0, 2nd E'Now Is The Tinrie To Haw Your GhHstmas Photos You should arrange an appointment al once. i The Allison Studio BALMORAL BLOCK COOMBS MUSIC STUDIOS Offer Ur.pjralled Oppcrtunity tor the Study of Muile in the Lcthbrldjc Diltrlct. Most Liberally Patronized'Stu'dim in tHe West FOSSUH LEO M. COOM99 f Ttachtr ol Voice and I'iano And Three Assistant Teachers Arrargcrnenls made for those living OUT TOWM or coining lo !n Ihe clly. TEACHERS of yOltE, PIANO AND VIOLIN WANTED Must be oxperiencei and certified. Apply at' STUDIOS 12TH 9THEET A. SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE sources ICAS a vwjf live Xow rcTunifuV .o Alberta, and rfe Calgary Albcrtau after Interviewing hhu. prtals tbd tol- itiug: The transfer of tbe catural ources to western pt and Aibeflu ylll ba A In the platform ot the prnmeut and wli: be Introduced at Ihe next session ct the house ot com- mons. This 1s the which comes (rom Ottawa, u the result of tbe re- cent caucus of Vnlouls'ls. This was not oWicLaUr announced- fn the state- mem Issued from the caucus, but It Is accepted aa lislug pracUcallr cer- tain. Premier Stewart, returned from Ottawa this week, was by The Albertun coDcerniDE tbe matter ot the natural He stated that ho bad no', otficlallv discussed wlih Ih'e nibera of lha government on that visit, the lualter'ol natural resources, but had bearxl tho that tbe emmpnt tfld agreed to Introduce legislation at the nen Besslon. lie could not give tho" rumor confirmation ct ktnd. A new argument bw a rise a''on ba- balf of the clatm of Ihe provinces for their resources, parlicularlr h reference lo Tho Do- roD Eorernmeol has cllncd to accept responsibility for 1i- naacing the Irrlgullon pro- jects that are Lading in .the soutb couiUry and wMct largo amounts ivlll'be required. The federal authorities have confined .their re- sponsibilities to conducting all sur- veys necpjsary for tto completion oC iheso projects, holding.that the provln cial soverDnieat must take the Ilnan- ciarresponsibilHT. Tbe proylnclal authorltiea tbal guarantee of bonds for Ihcsa Irri- Eattons districts-Trill be a serious un- derlaklns ualess Ibe province" has con trol of its natural resources. It Is certain ibat when Uie irrisa- turn projects begin to take piore de- finite sbape next year the Issue ot the natural resources be forced by the provincial aulborilics provJdei Lhat Lho Union EOTcrnnieat lias not forestalled this by 'introducing the necessary legislation for the transfer of the resources to tho provinces. PORTSMOUTH, England, Qc.1. The personnel-of Ihe'Ilr.tlsh be greatly reduced Tfllities the peace.treaty, it'ls the Brening News today, on declares to be iuthorJta- tive Informaliart. The cumber oT .marines. It from to" IQ.QQQ. %k It Is reported by Ibe newspaper tbaL it is the intention of the to clnse. all overseas InaTal stations end. bring Iiome the ships New Brunswick IleaUfc. Depafime'nj; Lbc In- dians ciLlhe of smallpoi. THE weekly bakeJay is disappearing [rom jhe household calendar in some of the homes of Lethbridge. This relief haS come to the housewife i because we are producing supe.nor breack of home-baked quality and food value. Wo flour, pure corapressAl yeast and good, sweet, wholesome shorlenlDg. These improved methods insure the uLihosl cleaall- ness acd produce a loaf; thai is nutritious, palatable, healthful act! economical. TJie constantly incrbaslag populUriij- of cur, bread Is our reward. Whv not use this bread. BREAD IS YOUR BEST FOOD RECORD Tlle M-pmplojTaentb'l'rtturnei) soldiers has been carried out ij- whple-hearledlj- that According to Hie official records up to iho of August, soldiers have teen given emplnj- tnenl .than lert tie Cbnipany'.'for service overseas. The cxict figures tre is Total reported as joinihg the Armj Dead' Wounded A........'.................... Ii95? Ue-cmplojed tn'the cerrlce '6.024 Other soldier's given emnJoviBEnl S.5W .Total soldiers e'fen employment'lo Ib flndin; eraplovmenl for- relumed EoldlEfa. the C.P.Ii. ha3 found ly experience thai in most cajes it Is advisable .to reinstate them In tamo depirlmedlrfis that In "whici .thej worked previous (o enllslinent- The .freight handler who boa ambitions to .become a dining car Taller Is not encouraged'10 change his vocation unless he can prove that ha learned something alrfiul raiting, for. Instance, at an Officers' mas dur- ing military We. military experience has probiblj mide him a bettor man Uban before (or handling freight bnvhas not qualified Ijlm for the skilled trade o[ a dining car waller. men served ln_lhe Army come hack as a rule all the' belter for their ex- jmicpce. but its A.-mj training has nol qualified them to be sleeping car conductors or ticket clerks, ani il'lbef prore'to be misfits al a new Job tie only result la friction and The general experience, fcowever, Is tbal Uie normal returned mnn TTOU'EOCS back to big old or a Job 'Is all rigbl, Indeed Is oltcn Improved by Ibe discipline and Uamrort which ie has learm In tie Armj. The policy ot tbe his !o f.r.d poslllcb it leasl as good s the position given up. and thig policy has been carried out in Iba hliner riata ol Ibe service as ivell as IH the lower ranks.- Thus: Mr. S. Acheson wbo vas 'employed as, General Agricultural Agent at enlisted In jOclober 1915, was re-eiiploycd In lie same capacity on January 1st, 1319. Mr.-Q. was employed as Industrial al Mont- In November 1S16, was re-employed January 1st, 1913 ,lh trie aarae Mr. M. L.'Duffy. who was Chlel Clerh, Frelghl Dcparlmer.t. al [.on- dun, KngfanJ. enlisted October was Msrch 1st, 19l'j as.Agent .-M.T..K. CaBColinc, nno was Superintendent Gar Service, Monl- real, cnh'sted July J9I5, resumed duly 33 Secretary Treasurer at Ihe Canadian Pacific Ocean Services Ltd.. Montreal, In October 1318. Mr. 111am, who was District Freight Agenl nl Kort William, enlisted .In June 1015, arnl returned lo duly on March ISlb, 1D10, a.1 Dl'lrlnl Agtnt, at Sir. TV'. Jl, wbo iras at anil enlisted In September 1015, resumed dAly on February let 1D19', as Assistant Traffic Manager at Winni- i .SVr. T.'M.-lAash, who vras Chief Surgeon at Moose Jaw, enlisted In and resumed duly as Chief Medical Officer'at Moose J.IIT on June !sl, 1D19, Muckleslon, who was Division Engineer'In tho Natural ttfeourcj3 Depirtmenl at Calgary, enlisted In April 1316, and resumed duty fls Division Kngineer on March Mr. O. p. OEinjnney, who waj Special Assistant Engineer al Montreal enlisted In August 1915, and resumed duly In July 1919', as Assistant Cnslnecr In the Cble! Hnjinecr's Dcparlmtnl al Mont- real. Ml-. I.. C. Orrt. ivho was-Asslalanl Works Manager al Angus _ Montreal, eallnud In September 1915, anil resumed duty In Ibc same cipaclly :n May 1910. Mr. C. W. V, who wa.l Ln.5iiiper-ol Cohalructlon. Mont- rral, and ir.oh cominand of ihe Cana'V'an 'Overseas Hallway fonnructlrn Corps in Keliruary 1015. resumed duly Rellcvlnj Riipcrintrndfini nn Lines In March I'jVj. .Mr. SI. .1. lioiiorlaon. vitho waj Assistant to the Manager ol (ha C.r.ll. P-fal Kftale Deparlmc.il, Monlreafi. enlisted In June 1910, end returned 10 duty In th formrr posili'oil Ih March 1S15. I Mr. II. D. who waj Piirchasim Ajifni In Hie C.I' II. nighl of Wa) Drpirlmenl al !n November 15: anil fo.Tiier position ID June 'I PRES. WILSON'S CONDITION WASHINGTON. Oci, ident Wilson's condition snowed' no material change, today, but considered liy his who Issued the [ol-. 'owing bulletin at a.m.: "Tho prcsidcnl rested well last, is- r.a change fn his general condition. No new symptoms..have develop- ed." "The town Is yours, jiatSl any colyr you This v.as the Icxl ol a sign' which greeted the- of. Wales at Cobalt and expressed Iho spirit ol tha 'exlc'nded Ina princo by people. Letters full 6fsPraide-- A Wonderful Record of Healing Gin Pills, the greatest help in overcoming Kidney- Troubles, have relieved so many, thonsands ol people inouth (o mouth, is not enough to satisfy those who have suffered and been well by Gin Pills. They write" continually to us, and here are somp extracts from the letters.vfiich have reached us recc'nlly: Sii! Ctitleman; prpjpdctorio the Larder Like Diilricl, "1 tm writmjj to Ihspk you lad to Icll you the food your Gin Pills dTd for me, bid fitcn for some (ImC wrlfi my and urine. I wn eonUanlly paisinii W'ater, which was Tcry ccaniy, some days many thirty and rich time pain avrful, and no. rat at I to feel quite -ncrn out, I lent my chacn out to (jet Gin I'll Is (about 60 milei) for1 me, and, in lei) thin six hntiri I felt re lief, In tvro the pain bad left me tlloj'elhert took ibuut naif a hex, fetl ai vFel] eftr 1 did, anJ my L'iJneyi acliag quite naturally.'' E. Dean. WhiiinJ, Ind., had thiito ityt "When I sent for the Itii bor of Gin Pilli, I wii all up with rheutna- tiimandmy face ID badly that I could hardly ace out of my eyes. After faking lirof Ihe pills, I Oil teller. After dayi I find DO more r "I you to publish my wrifei Isidore Thomns, ofjilley't Road, "to that people may know what Gin tills did for me. Everybody expected' my. rfcalh. j I Iricd Gin Fills and in a ihort lime was well and soon had gained 2Q day i bffore rnyintcndeddcpailQTe. bmr callfd and happened (a Pills hin-AAJ fin my. Inklnc a allot flnl the crfectiT.-ere i I irh z v- ;.o( C.ln Piili. trlih Ihe lejuii ihit trail. 1 IKOmmnii PSlli lo Irera Kidney Itoubli.'l i Krr. B. Wallrn, B.C., tiji: V'en Iraublcil lor )'firi grilh ivraV One bor el Pilh cured me. I ircc-mmend Uiem BJ an abnlute sad feiftbTe cure." "1 BnlolJ nljtrr." mitej txtris Mac- HaMlai, N.S. Mv trouble m InflinmiliOT al kWnerl I 'vYj tleran lo ,_ f li you have pains in (he back or headaches, stiff and swollen joints, rlicumalism, lion or slonc in the bladder, taljc no chnnec's. Gc't Gin'I'ills at once. They may save you ffom a critical operation. >'awr fJrvtlltt tr Dulir nth thim, SCe. a utjir mintj-bii fttarlHlii. THE NATIONAL DF1UQ AN0CHEMICAL COi OF CANADA LlMtTID, TORONTO Nrt- Inc., KY.