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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE TlIR IMTtY HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL TUKKGKAND VIZIER INSTALLED April. tuad fertcT I'asba was'fornislly ed into oftice as grand rliler yester- j day and announced he would. In tddt- lion, hold Hie portfolio of minister.of foreign attain. or sultan's tram Front_Page) _ vi _v ,_____ I province at par. While thero was no hn direct charge ot religious _, that the only question to to- settled written evidence- of this negotiation, pgrriiade Addula. Instructions was whether province should give (ne yramier ioM Mr. Hoadloy that to'the new grand uben 11 full direct guarantee of.tho bonds direct statement had boes nudo In jn or carry out the scheme proposed urv the verbal conversions, lor las assistance act. of virtually I stabilize Future IMUK juaranteelng two ye-ira interest. jllel! ,lid Tjr Stewart, was to Opposes Present Bill istabl.ze bond issues, MaJ. Lowc-ry told the house ha would and the (edertil government was pro- ftppose the bi'.l ia its present form be-- pared to take thit limited .s'.ep only ciuso It put tho province up against because. this ww t. new district. Since -an indirect liability for two years; that conversation had been, held, he that experience with railway guaren- understood there had been oilers of tees showed that indirect liabilities which lie know nothing; also, the eventually became 100 percent, direct ssreeruent had been since then liabilities. the provincial government WM NtnotlalUs with Dominion io f.usutlai asstst- Thn Mr, HrvKlior'ancB.for irrigation from.tie federal ind the premier some of government, most facus and eventually) Mr. Hoadley's Position led to ihe premier reading all the Mr. lloadley made an exhaustive ar- correspondent! that had passed be- guruent. the gkt of which was that twcen himself and Hon. Mr. Meiehen. euginoers of the federal government Tho chief points brought out in this made exbaiiJtlje, surveys of the feas- correspov.dence in tiie form o( letters Ibility of irrigation projects and water ind telegr.iins were the- following: anything dono at all, The LJovernmpjit had re- that; the, provincial government then Cusc'd io go ahead with further sur- sends (u its eipari us In tho casa of rpys of Irrigation projects until as- tho Northern District and i cured, by tho.chief minister of Ihe checks up Iho data of the federal' province tnar. the provincial govern- Government besid'cvs making a separ- nicnt -.would not. come, to the federal ate investigation, government supporting claims of irrl- With this accomplished, he pointed sation districts for federal assistance, out tint the proceeding in itself was a Mr. Meighen required a direct tinder-, guarantea of tho desirability! feas- taktag ot this point from Mr. Stewart., ibility snd financial soundness of the In n personal conversation between particular scheme Investigated; that Mr. Stewart and Mr. Molghen on June then. It tho province proceeded to guar- 17 last, Mr. Stewart gave this undtr- antee these- bonds, it would aot tie taking, that the province a5 a govern- tho government up to a general guar- ment. would not ask financial aid from antee of- other irrigation diitrlct the federal government for irrisa- bonds unless these otuer schemes had lion works, and confirmed it by let- undergone the sarno careful investl- ter. This was done to get the federal I gallon and obtained assurance of by Nationalists wtd pro- longation, of of. rebellion" mUJbt lead to grivcr iltua'Joo. Latest Trouble Near Centre Falls fore Regulars LONDON, April Ctntnl Ntwt ind Tele- .graph Company >tite today that the .Brltl.h and 2ov- crnmenit -hive oppoxd throughout to of Germin to9fn> and Prints on own InWutlve, PARIS. April is reported from has bwn. la Franlfort, have forwarded a mem ortnl to Cen. De Ooutte prote-tlns against tic" of Frankfort demwiding the Immediate -abro'j gallon ot Ihe of elege the lifting oi the and telephone cen- Hrrhlp. Klghtlng at BooSum BBHL1N1, April Fierce flehtinK took In the town when, the German (jovem- meut troops approftchad. the citizens took the executives ot Red guard says ditpitch to" the am Zetiunit. Tho lied guards Attempted to liber- ate leaders and in the lighting which Find Disbanded Battery MAYENCB. April of the l-'recch 'oiilroi commission dlstxivereU at Duisburg on Tuesday a battery be- longing to tho Jtegiineni ol uor- man regular which the Derlln goverunieut ;'0eclared eix weeks ago. :H fs srjd the. 3nd Marine arlKade, similar to the unit command- ad by Ge.ii, Erhardt, has 'led Stettin for the Kiihr reslon. MATBNCB, April or- ider has ueen restored at Kronkf' .ho Kuthorltles having succeeded iu government to proceed at onco with survey work. The Bond Proposal their soundness. He declared he was absolutely convinced that tho provln ctal government" could havo got the Mr. Stewart said, however, that the govern men I to take the irri discussions over the subject of the' gallon bonds if ia proper effort had federal government taking irrigation been mode and a spirit erhibited ot a bonds had dealt with tho l.othbridge desire to work on common ground .Voriticru project .only, that .Mr. Mei-jwith tlie federal government. ehen'fi proposal" was not'to take the------------------------------- irrigation bonds but to'have the pro- A Mexican in Arizona drant near government guarantee, ibem. ly a quart of wood alcohol nnjj and in return for them, to lake bonds worked ten hours on tho railroad neit which were a direct obligation of ;the day. Guaranteed to Pul on Firm, Healthy fcrer, and the results following its Flesh rind to Increase Strength, Vigor and Nerve Force Weak, tliin or women nearly always nervous wrecks; thus coniuaslvely- proving that thin- ness, weakness, debility and neuras- 1 Lhenia are almost invariably due to t nerre starvation. Feed vour nerreg and all thcso syniptoms due tn nerve elarvation will disappear. Eminent specialists state that the Siron von Berlin; en March. 3 with _ come to .the notice of Irlih fiollce, IcHer.Va' proif ol-ai fffr .and of German-. Impll.catiap, Jettsr, whJsjvls worBed'ln the ttnguaae ot in.'itv contalni the followinj: "I hava put the people In pOKeulon of. the details you gave me on virlout and. think you may be..prepared for eventualities. Plaise write me at once when you get information Hamburg regarding This Is most Important and must not be overlooked, as we are now In a position to busi- ness. "If you come across any :gov- eVnmcnt electric cable (inter- would you able to let me samples and details of voltage, etc.? You will understand what I mean. Dublin corporation ii very short of and .if the atuff is suitable, would be prepared to buy in farge quantities, lam send- this letter via Madam, as I be- lieve it is safer. When you write to me enclose your letter In a'pri- envelope, that let there be no Indication on the outside as to the source from whence it comes." cr rrfjinan follower! feten Herts were shot briireen "EadiauUeim and NJcdenvol-ls Sparlacans plundered the. farms in In the ex- the vicinity o! -Bpchiini, staughternig stadt, nortli" 6( Hamburg. a officer was wounded! The repor.t is not confirm- ejl from other, sou rces.: HUB. April Merclleas rspres- heiMlcJisTiehr forces In the by fugitives _ji7 auu rtau uiu arrlylng Jn, according to a. I furnituro and a Miyehcd disjatch tc tho Journal des j jjefore nuittin Debate. alleise.they wit-' nesseid the shooting ot aft; Westphal- ians who !alii down thftir arms, Rebellion Over: D3SBN, April last import- ant Red centre fell into tha hands ot tho .government troops Tuesday after- noon after sevare fighting dii'the eup- urbs.' Tho Reds made their last stand on hut when thV reichs- wehr charged'nn both flanks th'e Reds broke and fled. Some of thfhi siir- caltle and' Invading Besterholre Caslic, rbere the countess of that narna was alone. She was ill-treated and forced Io cook and servo meals to the vaders, among whom were a number of low-class womeu, who are describ- ed as having beei: ''vcritablo and who are said to havo demolished quieting the students. The municipality has'posted bilb requesting the to keep calm. The security police, who were mado prisoners at iVanktort, will, bo re- moved from tho occupied territory to- day. Will Prolong Period Debats ej- opinion that Franco will accept-a prolongation of ths period tixed. by tlio couvenllou ot August last -with Germany .concerning the mahitenaace of troops in the WANTS SEED, PURCHASING COMMISSION! RETAINED OTTAWA, April Canadian cumiclpalities and far- would be at the..mercy of whole- sale seed houses and; supply elevators them away.' _ Marcus', the notorious murderer o: Munich hostages, was killed. The TledB have started breaking up 'iutb small marauding parties. V Desultory, iflghfing is stiU-.-fit "pro- gress in the'rural, communities iu the neighborhood of Essen where the material cdaniago is said to be coii- .Ouring .the few days the lied rule in Esseii Into Indis criminate looting. ..'Many; French Troops Arriye BERUXi April from Prankfortireaehuig Berlin through in direct report an unlnterrup{ ed troops in tha city and at Hanait, Offenbach, tadt and Koenigstein. U Is estlmatei that the.grouni aggregate thirty thousand. U5Q. are. often, Eimplr astonishing. tired people regain strength ami -vigor; thinness and give way to plumpness ani sleep returns to the'sleepless; confi- dence and cheerfulness replace debil- ity and gloom; dull eyes1 become with theVprice. grade and A completely equippeJ French divi weight of seed, if the government seed sion of war strength proportions, sa; lurchasing- commission, is dispensed, tho been assigned t 1" with. Is the.charge hinted bjr'-O.'R, ;i WltU, I11ULCU U> n. iGonld, member fof Assinibola, Sask.', t.r. ,n' In a question which he.proposes to' ask In the house ot commons'tbmor- lt-1 arrival n'ecess 'tated a 'cessatioh' pi'-street tratfic to many hour's! ''fhe French "authoritle requisitioie'JV-pflyiile quarters In ,ih chief and'tho lord mayor o Gould states that the statement 'Frankfort has .been 'ordered by th bright, and pale, sunken cneeks re- _ t i _...._- "Preiich Eeneral td'facil Eain the nink' clow nf' hpatth ultrb-j w'as mafle-at'B recent--meeiing-'O[ ine AIH pmiv OL ntrtiML. jjuru-i n i 'i work '-'nf neede phnsntiiic HIP nf i? Seed. Orowers' Association here that .Iiue lno worK pi protiu ug uui-iie allo the servlccV'of the Ihe assimlliition of f6od, so much BO; he dispensed with after this year. Tie j The dispatches', agree .m reportm that many people report marked asks for the return of such, 'an "aption, taat predominate I best nerve food is an organic plios-lgalns of w'eight In a few weeks. also if It is the Intention of the gov-.lhe -..-j phati kiiown.among druggists as Bit-1 CAUTION': bitro-phos-l ernment to appoint another.perepn A dispatch Vossische_Zeitun a -five-grain tablet', ot'phatc-is unsurpassed houid-he taken with each meal. !nerxvonsm which sho iess, 'sleeplessness and gehcr- Being a genuine nerve builder anttSal weakness, It should not, pwine to not a sirimulanl or habit-forming drug, (its remarkablo flesh-growing' propert- Bitro-Pliospliate can he-safely taken'les, bo used by anyone who does not by tho weakest and most delicate suf- desire to put on for relieving! body to carrj- on the .He also reports that .Marshal Foch .vra's --1" wanls'.to Ihe goyernmetiiijias' pe'ctett to.rranktdil Weilnesday, satisfactory evidence that seed'tflrrflB have sufficient capital and el.eyator facilities to handle the seed grain re-, qinrements of the M rt ivorks. lilting Dortmund', tho ccording to the same source, took the branch ot the Itelchtbank ns.million marks. They also took marks' from private persons nd also took fifty foreign "passports. "Cascaiets" act witliout griping' or CsmvtnHntl. You wake up with your liciJ Cle-ir, ComplMlon Rosy, Ercith' Siomsth Biliousness, HcadaclK, CoasUfalion, With "tlio eicention.'of..the -Frank-! f or t'Oaze tic, thge..riews p ape.r.s in. Frank- again permitted. to ap- pear, although .censorship .imposed on i; A special dispatch to the Tagelische Rundschau interruption of rail traffic between Frankfort and other South German 'cities is proving a 'great So mails aro ar- riving arid hunore'ils of persons arc detained in the city and unable to ttioir The. na- tio'nal members belonging to the who are resident cross Very often the answer is that "muwer" suffcra from backache, lumbago, or rheumatism. Those of us who arc past arc prone to cat too. much meat ana in consequence deposit Hmc-saUa in the arteries, veins and joints. We often suffer from twineer. of rheumatism or lumbago, some- times from gout, swollen hands or feet, Thcro ia no longer the slightest neoil of this, however, as the new Prescription of Dr, I'ierce's caUed fives immediate results as it 13 many times more potent than lilhia m ridding the impoverished blood of its poisons by way uf ttiu kidneys. It can be obtained at almost tiny drag store, by simply asking for Dr, Picrcc's Anuric (anti-urie-nckl) for kidneys or backache. It will over- come such conditions as rheumatism, dropsical swellings, cold extremi- ties, scalding and burning urine, sleeplessness due (o constant arising at night. If you wish to give Anuric a trial send ten centa to Dr. Picrcc's branch Laborstory, Bridgcburg, Ont. COLLINGWOOD, suffered with muscular.rheumatism for thrcs years and have been completely of sairie by taking a few packKfjes of Doctor Tierce's Anuric Tablets and Doctor Picrcc's Golden Medical Discovery, after doctors' medicines failed to do any good whatever. I nm now free from f ignn of rheumstism, for which. I moat heartily thank Doctor! Pierce and his wonderful MBS, KEBWOOD COOK, Box 464. Prbhlems p Reaching English To Discussed I At Convention April oh cart- cd, recl-libodcd, .fer'tted men And WOT men are the teaching pro- fession who will leach Canadian Moala-Ho'' tho foreign, and iome-born alilie'.V .This was, oho or .he closing statements matlo oy Dr. Jeorgc principal of the Saa- latoon normal srJiool, in an atldrcsa :hia morning at Ihe contention ot the Kducallonal Associa- lion. Dr.'Weir's snhjcct was, "Teach- ing English tn the and while ho agreed that toachera Tyould do more effective work If they had their hearts add souls, in It, ftill io enahle them to Keftp their hearts and souls in Ihe vfork, the most work con- frontlnc tho nation today, their posi- tions would !iavo to tie made more attractive, in respect ol salary and otherwise. Weir liclicves In what lie calls the direct or natural method ot leach- ing language and told the delegates he would givc'thcm a. lesson in lan- guage iwcholoitfi rather than ft lec- ture. Ho followed by Sister Can- dlde, of the normarfschool atatf, who gave a practlcal'denionstratlofl of this method by Ir.king half a mem- bers cf tlie influence who (ltd not know French and, iu-a'Tcw uilni.tca. with- out speaking a word of English her- self, had her. pupils talking words nm] short sentcncfis .In French as well as writing on if Waclsboard and doing other things of. them in Vrwch. m Map in Valut If wages are to stay up in Cana'da there must be money to pay them. Every time you buy an "im- ported" product in place of one made in Canada you arc helping to build up "outside" industries and provide work and wages for "out- side" 'abor. The way to protect your jofi is to buy Canadian-made goods. Be sure, too, that the .machines' or goods you buy are actually mSde in Canada. Look for the C.C.M. trade mark. It is the sure guide to a trite made-in-Canada bicycle. The frames, forks, axles, cranks and sprockets of C.C.M. Bicycles are made in Canada. Also the Handle bars, seat posts and front hubs. L And that is not The pedals, chains, 'mudguards and grips are made in Canada. The wood rims; spokes', cups and cones are made iri' Canada.- Yes, and 'the: Hercules Coaster Brakes, frame pumps, and tires are 'made in Canada, too.. I Only the 'theTsfeet balls are imported. No one in. Canada makes these lines as yet. If the C.C.M. Company imported: parts and merely assembled j C.C.M. Bicycles, a much smaller plant would be required. Onlyj about one-twehtieth of the number of workmen would be employed. Ey baying', real., .ada" you provide more employment for Canadians. 'You Canadian', dollars .working at home where they are worth one hundred cents. And you get a better bicycle for your bicycle with tha. new Hercules Positive Stive Coaster tirake without a side GOM Bicycles Red Made in. Value Ovtr l.fXW C.C.M. Se Ca i'SS.'tefa? Canada Cycle Motor Co., Limited thi> tign. Monlrol, Tt-ronlp, WESTOM, ONT., Winnipog, Dicycfe. ;