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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAIL.T HKRALD GEI AFTER IDLE MINERS UROER Ml-tOAFING LAW NOW production Falling Off Because of "Holidaj's" Frequently Taken by Minei"s Ottawa, Sept. IS.-Proposal? for application ot the anti-loafing Ir.w liave ,' been submitted; Acconliiig to vntor- I uiaiion received here, protlxiction in a luimlipr -of essential lines of industry 1r below wUnt it might be anil ti.>nlil or Rrendy incrcused. In ilio CApe Hretou coiil fields, for instance. esAmlnation of tiir\e v^lieets pIiow, it is stated, (hat dnrinB- two weeks oi iCiisust, 60 per cent oC the skilled men worked an nveraRe at scarcely niorfi than 4 it : ? * : ? : ? �: > Some returned soldiers with leg ampulatloiiB, Avho liavc boon issued nvtlficial legs by the Department pt Soldiers' Civil ' Re-KstabHshment, have undertaken to*cut tlown the wooden foot ^0 that it -ivill tit into ft fa.sli-ionahly pointed boot. The officials o� the Orthopedic Department, wish to call the attention of the veterans to the fact that this practice ia unwise. A man wlio has worn army boots for some time cannot expect his feet to obnform to the narrow pointed lasts now fashionable. This is especially true in the case of a man with a log amputation, and during the months that he is waiting ifor his stump to heal siifficiently for the wearing of an artificial leg, his remaining foot carries an additional burdeij so great that it is often necessary to i>repare special orthopedic boots for this feet. In any case the strain upon It la so much grentur than tiaual that a narrow last la impractical. It is the practice to Ibbuo to t.hiB man such a.boot us will givo him the maximum efficiency with his good foot, from which an extra amount of work is obvlpusly reanirod. , Men who have made thoss alterations in tlioir ftrtiflcial ifeet in order to wear apeolnl types of boots have soon discovereil the errors ot their ways and have asked the Department for new Artificial feet tbweplftce those which they liave, mutilated thelnaeWes. Th Ottawa, Sept. 12.-Canadian ? horse breeders want to furnish ? all the horses used by the Can- ? adian army. A delegation of : them stiid so to tbe minister of : agriculture today. yVm. Smith, : M.P., of South Ontario, and G. ? F. Hoadley, M.L.A., p� Alberta, ? headed it. ? � � ? > ' - DR. BELAND'S RETURN ^ fSreeted by large crowds in east on his i-eturn from captivity In Germany. The Farmers' Advocate says: - '�Reports are to hand that G. H. Hut-Icin, Superintendent of the Expen-juental Farm, Lacpmbe, is to be appointed Director of Experimental Farms at Ottawa.", The New Fall Apparel is At Its Best Showing Nowf Lines for women, men and boys are complete. More "Queen Quality" Suits Dresses and Coats Came This Week Ladies v^^ho are not familiar wath this exclusive line of garments should see them.. They are distinctive. The style and quality of material makes them stand out and mark the wearer as a well dressed woman. They have an atmosphere of refinement and excellence that appeals to all women. HAVE LOST THE REJECTED BALLOTS St. Johns, Que.. .Sept. in.-.\n unsuccessful attempt to prove that H'e governor-in-council had no right lo appoint the royal commission now engaged in holding an inciuiry into votes cast by soldiers in St. .iohns barracks during the last general election, was made wfien the inquiry re.siimed in the court h'ouse here this morning. The inquiry had not proceeded tar this morning when it was found that F'l-ancis Chadwick, deputy clerk of the crown in chancery, ordered yesterday to produce the envelopes containing the ballots cast in Chambly-Vercheres, had been only able to find the counted votes. As the rejected ballot papers are essential to the inquiry, it was-decided to meet in Ottawa on Monday ,lo take evidence as to tbeir whereabouts. Sliver cup, valued at $500 which is being offered by l#2 Department of Colonization and Development of the Canadian Pacific Railway for the best half bushel of hard spring wheat exhibited at the International Soil-Products Kxposition at Kansas City, Mo., October 16-26tU, 1918. Western Canadian farmers have been big winners at the International Soil-P�oducts Kxposition in the past and it is hoped that they will add this cup to their trophies. H Dr. Beland was well received in Edmonton, the following wire having been received by J. B. AVilkie, President Rotary Ciub: Largest church in city seating 1800, packe^d last night to hear Dr. Beland.. The Journal, commenting on it, said today: "Without rhetoi-ical affectations he told his story in a tone of tender reminiscence.^ that went straight to the heart of e\efy person present." The Lennox Torrid Zone Steel Furnace Has a fire pot built In sections inside of the heavy steel body. :: No cracked fire pot can leak gas and dust into the air chamber, and through the pipes into the rooms from a TORRID ZONE furnace. This sectional fire pot is provided for the entrance ot air over the top of tha fuel to provide)*perfect combustion, commonly known as a hot blast. We guarantee" perfect consumption, of any class ot fuel. The indirect radiation ot the TORRID ZONE furnace is an improved method of utilizing the heat from the smoke before It escapes up the chimney. FOR SALE AND INSTALLED BY THE HART HARDWARE Co. 418 13TH STREET NORTH PHONE 1294 14MILLI0N T0U.S.1NP01R Washington, Sept. 13.-Yesterday's registration of men between.. 18 and 45, for military service, was 8 per cent, above the advance estimates and may have added close to 14,000,000 men to the manpower roll, according to reports that commenyd coming into Provost-'Marshal-Gene^al Crowder today from state department executives. The first group of states to present partial or complete totals all showed well over expectation. NEW SCHOOL Our Showing of Men's Clothes was Never More Complete And offer splendid values. Our custcwn made and ready made men's suits make our store one that can easily "suit" any man, with its wide range of materials and prices. Over 1,000 New Boys' Suits Were pla^ied in our racks last month. They are the kind the boy wants. Our prices on these suits will please the'parent-the suit will please the boy. F. THAELL -608 Third Avenue South -THE TAILOR Sections 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, SO, 31, 32. 33, 34, 3a and 36 In Township 1, Range 4; Sections 1, 2, 11. 12. 13 and 14 in Township 2, Range 5; and Sections 1, 2, 3 4, 5 and 6, in Township 2 Ran�e 4, west of the Fourth Meridian, have bei'n erected into a School District under the name of The Ports-jTnouth School District No. 3705 of the Province ot Alberta. Senior Trustee: T. L. Duncan, One-four, Alberta. flections 31, 32, 33, the north half and south east quarter of Section 28, the north halves of Sections 29 and i 30, red the west halves of Sections 37 and 34 in Township 6, Range 13; Sections 5 and 6, the south halt and northwest quarter�of Section 4, and the southwest quarter of sec. 3, in Township 7, Range 13; Sections 85 and 36, and the potth halved of Sections 25 and 26 .(n Township 6, Range 14; Sections 1 and 2, and the south half of Section 11 in Township 7. Range 14, west ot the Fourth Meridian, have been erected into a School District \mder the name of The Skiff ' School District No. 3712 of llie Province of Alberta. Official trustee: T. Cousins, Skiff. Sections 7, S. 17, 18, 19 and 20, the south halves ot Sections 29 and 30, Ihe west halves of sections 9, 16 and 21, and the south west quarter of Section 28 in Township 6, Range 13; Sections 11, 12, 13. 14, 23 and 24, the south halves of Sections 25 and 26 in Township K. Range 14, .west ot the Fourth Meridian, have been erected into a School District under the name ot The .South Skiff School District No. .1713 of the Province ot Alberta. Official trustee: J. H. Norman^ Skiff. Sections 7, 8, 9, 10. 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 and the south halves of Sections 27, 28, 29 and 30, in Township fi. Range 14, west of the Fourth Meridian, have been erected into a School District under the name of The West Skiff School District No. 8714 ot the Province of Alberta. Official trustee: A. O. Borgen, Skiff. Sections 21, 32, 33 and ii, and the north halves of Sections 27, 28, 29 and 30, iu Township 6, Range 14; and Sections i), ^, 7, 8, 9 and 10 In. Township 7, JUjOjEe 14, west ot the Fourth Merldjan, have been erected into a School District under the name of Thp North Skiff School District No. ;!71.') of the Province of Alberta. Official trustee. Jam4� Lynds, Skiff. Pure Food Markets Finest Creamery Butter, per lb. - 50c Finest Farmers'Dairy Butter, ib.- Big Reduction in the Price of Veal at IScy 20cy 25c and 30c per lb. ^ THESE PRICES FOR SATURDAY ONLY Reduction of 5c per Ib. in the Price of Fancy No- 1 FOWL and SPRING CHlCKfeNS Special Tomato Sausage YOU ARE PROTECTED BY THE PURE FOOD LAWS OF CANADA WHEN YOU BUY AT ANY OF OUR MARKETS. P. BURNS & CO. Liinited PALACE MARKET THIRTEENTH STREET N. PHONE 431 Canada Food Board ' Retail License No. 9-7963 MAIN MARKET THIltD AVENUE SOUTH PHONES 412 AND 1388 Canada Pood Board Retail License No. 9-79S2 DOMINION MARKET COR; 4TH AVE. AND 6TH ST. �. PHONE 1654 Canada Food Board Ratail License No. 9-7954 50 5067 ;