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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1917 1-KTrtnnmr.K DAILT Clilcago, Oct. Iho first time. In the history of the United Slates, y Korornment has lixcd foodslulfa fjrkca. Harry A. Wheeler n food atliulnlstralor of Illinois loJay announced Iho proper prices [or SUB- ar, potntocs and flour. Grocers for the most rari have agreed to nut llio prices inlo died. They nro lower Ihan recent prices In Chicago nbout 2 cenls on llio retail prico of augarv Hearing Evidence AS (o Best Possible Amendments to Compensation Act PHONE 1224 OFSWINBUFFnLO HAIR OUT AND GETS THICK, WAVY, STRONG AND BEAUTIFUL Yoiif r r becomes light, wary. and npjiears us sort, aullful as ft young Rlrl'a after a "DandeHnc hair cleanse." Jusl ;iry y cJolli mill a little Jlandcirlno and carefully draw 11 tlirough your hair, taking one 'sinall strand at a lime. This will cleanse Ilia hair or dust, dirt nnd excessive oil and'In Just a ley jiioaienlH doubled the beamy of your Ueslrtcs beautifying the linlr al once, Uanderlnc dissolves every particle of dandruff; cleanses, purifies nnd Invlg- uratcB the Bcalp, forever sloppingHcfc- Buffalo, Y.. Oct. KO- crcl service agenta today reported to Washington Ihc In a Buffalo rehouse of laHIlous of puuncls or ;ar in and barrels labelled "Top cnist nour." on the 1L was said, Indicated that (lie suear had Leen coming Into llio warehouse over a period ot several ntondis. A federal agent who made a survey of tlio contents the building estimated the amount or sugar at 150 carloads or about pounds, Around Immense of sacks oon- lalnlng the sugar, the federal ageuL s.ilO. lie ruund a screen of other ar- ttfie-i. Soyie of the coiilainera mark- L'tl "loj> crust flour" actually had flour sprinkled over the outside. Sugar Famine New York, Ocl. must curtail their supply fifty per cent to avert a sugar farmae In New York City, Henry Moskots'Hz, commission- er ol markets, lolil a meeting today of rcllner.i, wholesalers and retail (leal- era, lo devlso means of Insur- i IHE an datable distribution of tho I sugar available licre. The inceUng eriilcrt in the appoint- ment of n committee which Is (o per- fect details of the distribution scheme. lute today. In EcsElon in. Iho city today Is tho provincial cuuiiulssloi which Is Inves- tigating mutters of labor compensation throughout (lift provlrcc for the pur- pose of determining whether or not ilin prcsL-nl C'ouipcnsallon Atl of the province nnould he amended and broadened In Its couimla-1 a ton Is couipoied ol John T. Slerlluc, r vhlcl lusjiector of clialrmau: W. v. MeXelll. pecrelary ol the Coal Ojicralors Association, and Aid, Kin- ney. cue of Iho lubor members of Hie Kdmontou city council. They are lu session In the office of district inEno Inspector, fefrtock block. Those .present this morning lo give evidence were Hobcrt llarrowman, rctircscnllng the 1-ctlibrldRo Trades and Labor Council; A. Keld, sujierlu- lenJcut of Ihc Chinook Coal Co.; Mr- Dellort, auperlotcndcDt of'lha Norlh American Collieries at and llolcrt Livingston, BUiierlnlcndenl of .he Gall Mince. Mr. Sterling announced the pose of. the session and (hen asked Lhe Herald reprosentaUvc to with- draw Dialing that ft was the'coin- r.ilssfon's wish to leavo wllnessca as freo as possllile lo glrc ovldeuce. Mrs. Slocum of Is tho guest of Mrs Uco. It Macluy, The Major Jack iioss t'haptcry l.O. i order m a days time your t-lolhes last another policy of the nation nt present is to conserve. But the man or tvohiiiii wlio discards clothes .just because they are slightly soiled or worn is Hot only indulging in but Is a thing which we are urged ngi io -Dig down lo your cedar chesi. Get cut your'fast 'fairs 'dreueif coals, fact, your ehiire wrafd- tobt. send them lo us and let UB renew .them. We'll clean and repair Ifcsm, lauMsuly, ind risks it uitneecmry for you to eptrd money for i new Our City Dyeing Cleaning Works ZZ SECOND AVE. t. RESIDE FIRE HALL PHONE ;