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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta APRIL 8, 1020 THE lETHBftlDGE DAILY HKftALO v( PAGE THIlYTEEml OF TERMS OFMY That is Course' Likely To Be Pursued During Negotiat- ions Over Hun Oc- cupation LONDON, April' sayj a crisis has arlsea re- lations and aasuray- 1 the differeuces pj.'oplaloo be- NO DAYLIGHT 6AVINQ MEASURE TH16 YEAR friendly that the British gOYe.ftiment yesterday took steps to wllli .dor r; r f had" a' long iuferyleiv ,'wlth Earl rzon't '-._ -j.r other was that tilled forces should accompany the German troops. A third was that matters should ba left entirely with the German government with the Intimation that If the neutral zone was not evacuated as soon as circumstances should permit, al- lies claim the 'right to occupy Inir.ortaiit German centres! '-Th'A Times adds that la diplomatic circles the view (hat the. Is wrobj In forni, but-t instance. It Is slake o'n-the' part 'of France hot to Jfavp employed wliU'q cluslvely In the occupation Friinkfert'SheotJng April Assoc- that there waa up'-Intention to fire a machine gun In- Wednesday and that, the incliJent -was'merely a nilAhan. Is nladn byi 4 officer who .witnessed IL Snathe, part of a'French sdldter OTTAWA. April Can-: odlso Fos- ter, replying to J.'B. Anojtrong; In the house this afternoon, Ealii tha government had no daylight saving bill'under coo-' teroplatlon at the present time. It was entirely a matter, for the towns and cllles who wish- ed to adopt it, said.' Mr. Armstrong said ho bid received many letters-and. protecting against any bill being passed this year. tall? you troubled with frost kill- grain and alfalfa or wllh rains in harvest? there plenty o( fuel there and at What would. It coat to huild four-rooined house? What per- o.f.srala one flgure 02. clearing over above' cost of seed and sewUns.i barreling and marketing, not including cost of nia- cnlnerr where one does the most of c., ;tae..work hlmaelt? Could one figure oteamsnip Agents Declare That Intonated Fanners From South of Line Want to Know' About Conditions Here ;the .French ambassador. JH' official quarters last evening It ywas. alleged that a note had been dls- -.'jpatjshed "to the French through the British ambassador' at {Paris. of the nremlor's arg'u- Is that by her occupation of Ger- Uiiian towns In the neutral zone France i'liia.B ac'ted against his views anJ Swishes' of the oilier allied statesmen land-without consultation with them. jKaly. Belgium ;md the United States ..are alleged to have been opposed to lithe.French plan. '-1 L As'regards Belgium, the Brussels .V.teie'gfnm" shoivt.thls statement to be A discussion had been proceeding ifor somo time In regard to various sug-- Igeetiojis-for dealing with the sltua- tlon, hilt no agreement had been proposal was that Ger- should he permitted to oc- Ruhr area under guarantees defined by, Marshal Foch. Ah- Millis we BEECHAM'S resulis' of' this ment, {his explottfln of Inconceivable, folly, 'upon that union'of the British and French peoples whereupon our rulers -veil know Ihe etablUty of tha pesce. 'BO dearly bought now chiefly depends." tha pa'trdl In the street led to the trai- ody. V V ._Thla' man, It Is declared, put a Df artridges' Into tbfl giin for the purpose .'one shot to .dlsnerBe the crowd 1! The ezplosioiirpl.the how-! Ihe In rch'arf e 'ol Itito lose'hls fiead-and1 p-a's Bred. It.waB eipiatnod'by tbe'ol- had' been taken to prevent a repetition of the acci- dent. Two' nevi' French proclamatlone have been one denying the rumor that tlie troops would be with- drawn, and (he other forbidding too people to jeer and agitato against the troops and. Instructing the citizens to obey all French military orders. Inquiry has fafled'to obtain confir- mation of a- report given out at the mayor's omce thai, a woman and girl were struck by revolver shots fired from the windows of the Imperial Hotel, where the French havo estan llshed their headquarters, last night. This report stated a crowd gathered In front of the hotel following the shooting in the Schlllcrplaii, and made a hostile demonstration until dispers- ed. Blame for Wednesday's tragedy placed on German students by the French, who declare they tried to stir up the people.' Djscusslng the pres- ence of French colored troops In-the city, 'a' Frerlch officer toliV the1 Assoc- iated Press today he did not believe It would lead to trouble. He praised "There are ftrange twinge don's under 'French' Aybmieri 'ih Not Aitogethe'r. toheiy i wife of Captain Herbert Edwards, force, the.French war, brides livlpf ijn.'Boston owe the fact 'that not- -altogether strangers in a strange'.land, for she has organized for the foreign wives of soldiers and sailors at the Y. W. C. A. There, they go with their many little domestic problems. Amer- ican cooking, for -one thing, worriM them not a IrtUe. Some of the brides had their trous- seaux go the journey over: seas nnd have not been'inle to afford new American .gowns.'.', It worries them that the .public-should appear so shocked at theh- short French dresses. jri America look at us as if we are they complain. "It IB because of tie we had to wear, short dresses iin France. We were, taugh't to wear short dresses lo: save', the material.'-' So much do to pointed shoes that ono'of-two pf-them finan- cially able havB.'Eent back' to Franca, for the round "toh Xp1 nice French woman- sbovld irear pointed toe shoes.-''! American ha Is. aren't up. to, their" taste, either. "But get along very well because .we ;arrange our own bats and "ye' c'ari buy th'e ma- One min writing from a sma ington town Mr. Rose popy Calfiary, paper. He that he dtd'.nol.'kxtoir whero get one. The writer also wauled in- formittoa about lands in the west and anoti.tr Rose how to rui'a farm. r an "exampre 'of what the mail tp tfie board has con- lalced in ob- iainjnt' a larm'home'in your district t? you' for information I am an exper- farrow, want to get Into mild farmiaj dliUIct [which offers fair op- portunltlei" to Industrious and jlildi reuonahly'good returns for the efforti tapeadeC. "Would buying land from Uw C.P..R..? is raw land worth In your.'dlstrlct, both dry and Irrigated? What Is Improved lind How fir from- town, school and church one have-to go: to get good irritable .raw land? What or how miiht one expect to ob- tain trom.raw. land the first two or three, yeirsj How long under ordin- ary, apt Inflated.' economic conditions would'it take on a- well managed Quarter section of Irrigable mixed farming land" to pav for the What are'the average yields per acre of the staple, .crops In your district, both Irrigated and dry farming? Wtat Is the-price'of'machinery, stock and fann' (pols? .Would you advise shipping my 'implements "and personal effe'cta 'from here? What are the relative val- ues pf'riw and improved irrigable, and how long .-would it lake to butld up 'raw a maximum productivity? 'If alfalfa' irqwllij extensively there and take to get raw land Into shape it get there? Have yoir billiards afidVf oc- currence? What Is the average raia- them highly for their stolid qualities, j terials ourselTes'Vand make them look and said-they were.very amenable to discipline, Italy. LONDONT, April atti- tude respecting'the French occupation Xf o they explained. -theyt-whlspered American silk -stockirigE.'. But they ore. only slowly setting ..they have ncurs tfully with Chat .been'Bsedrior'tlie imbsi'baft, to heavy expressed In" beh'altpf Great, Britain in thev-statement .IsBiied j S'ittbftrj -ScIalQia; the Itaiia'n foreign 'today, .-g'pior Scia- ald ha'd tjeen" no diplo- JOYFUL EATING Unlew your food digested with- out Ihe ftherrnith of painful acidity, (he joy is taken out of both eating arttJ living, KM10ID5 no wonderful in their Kelp to the rtomach troubled with over-acidity. Pleasant to prompt and definite, t MADE BY SCOTT BOWNF. MAXBLS OF SCOTT J EMULSION matic Tjhich would Juntify tue assumption' of France that her ac- tion .would, meet with Italy's approval. w German Count Killed April Llout. Count Kal- nein, wbo. was Wiled yesterday near Niedcrwollstndt, Frankfort; was 16 miles north of shot by a .French Daily Use of Magnesia to Oyercorne Trauble, Caused by Fer. RMntlng Food and Acid Indigesilon. Giia and iwintl in the alomacb .accom- panied by (hat full, bloated feeling i after eating-are-.almost certain evi- dence of the presence of ..cxcosRlvo hydrochloric acid In r the Stomach. trealinB so-called "acid Imlleesllon." Acid stomactis are dangerous be- cause loo much acid irritates the del- Tcntc lining ofithe stomach, often lead- Ing to gaslrltla nc'corapanled by scr- inu.i stomach Food ferments i nud sours, creating the dlstrcsaing j Kas which [llslende'the stomach and j linmpers-tha.normal functions of the vital Internal organs, often affecting the heart. II if, tho worst of folly to neglect such fi serious condition or lo treat will) ordinary digestive aids which have 110 neutralizing effect on, the stomach acids. -Instead get from any druggist a Isw ounces otVB'lsurafect; Jlagncsla and lake a tcaspoonfui in a i quarter glass of water right'after fng. This will flrlve'tlio gna, ivfna and' bloat tlglit put of tlic body, sweelen' Iho Elomnclr, excess acid Its formation- and there Is no sourness or pain. Btsurat- ccl Mijsncsfa (In powder or "tablet! lltiuid or milk) 1s harm- less lo the atomacli, Inexpensive to fake nnrl (he best fo'rm of magnesU for stomach purposes. It is used by thousands of people who their Iricals with no more fear of inriigcs- to a semfofficlal dla- patch from Frankfort. Wai France Justified? LONDON, April di- plomatic testimony, according to the Times, Is to Ihe effect that tlie Ger- man government- is In reality con- trolled by militarists. It is therefore held that Franco was justified In act- ing swiftly wblle her allies .were talk- ing. In parliamentary says "the Times, the action of the French-gov- ernment In sending Senegalese troops into Germany .was a big mistake. Times' has" been consistently distrustful of permany and strongly nnlagonlstic to Premier Lloyd Oeorgel In an editorial this morning the pnper expresses extreme indignation at Iho British government's attitude with regard to France's occupation of Ger- man neutral territory as set forth In Hie authoritative statement iMued last nlgbt. "We seldom read a more lamentable or more shameful exposition ot British says the newspaper, "Is this IBs return wo nre to make to France for all that she has'dona and suffer- ed by our side? We tremble at the woor.ones.-- -_-'- So they will not feel quite to lost In this far off land, the "Club des Bpouses de Guerre Francals" 'was formed and is meeting weekly at tha Y. W: C. A. tAny lonesome .bride is welcome to ]ojn. Mrs. Edwards Is president of the club. French clnb has been in existence U months with niemDeT- ship comprised ot French governesses and other French persons living'hare; Three sisters _of Lufberr, the French' ace. are among Its most ns'e hers. Building permits Issued In London up lo March 31, amount to f nag booKnEn as soon as possible for old ccrantrj- as available space _, TT Is rapidly, diminishing'. At present .TV..H..Wood, Executive Sacretary1 there 13 'very little Vff on boa Is sail- of the at Orlllla, has before tha middle.of June appointed to succeed Hy, Jordan asi Br8ntford! Work, his commenced the new I ino.OOO central school forlcgersoll oZ Commerce. A 'and firepan .to relieve the juini of Rheumitism. Sciitici, Lame and is Hamlia's Wizard- Oil Impenetrates quickly, drives. -out soreness, and limbtfs up stiff 'aching joint! and will find almost dafly nses for ases of sudden mishaps or ac- "j in cases cidents such as sprains, braises, cuts. burns, bites and.stings. Just as re.- liable, loo, for. earache, -toothache, and'coiic. .'-Gtt it from druggjsts for 30 eeiiU. If not satisfied aad get'yoor money.bick.' Ever constipated'. lick headache? Wizard Liter pleasant little.pink pUlt, M GuarantteA STANLEY BRENT .Torrllarlnl Oencral Secrclnry of the Y. M. C. A. lor Alberts nnd ISrlUsh Columbia, succceiilng Harry Uallan- lyne who Is assuming the same of- fice for Ontario nnd Quebec. Palace Meat Market Choice Soasts DrBeef, per ILi 18, 20; 22ls Choice Roasts per Clioice flailing It I5c FrinB Roast liplpg jer Ib, 25c finest Potted A, p It 25c New laid Ep, per 45G Finest Home Cured; Bacon, per it AH our Beef is No. 1 fresh killed. We do not handle any frozen. SEE OUR WINDOWS TOMORROW. money all foes of meat at this market. No delivery charges to pay for. Palace Neat Market 13th, St N. Phone 431 A little attention to food values will add to ymir health, happiness and working efficiencyThe outer of the vrfrole-wheal contains a mysterious chemical substance' is essential to life and health. When you eat Shredded Weat Biscuit you all Ae vttammiiuneral salts and omer, tissue-building material in the whole wheat grain-all prepared in a digestible form. It is the most real food for the least money. PURE FOODlARKm 3 ESS We are still shipping grain-fed Steers from the North, Two cars having Arrived this week: This Beef is costing more money than the frozen stock that is generally sold this season of the year, hut our class of trade demands the -hest and our buyer is asked to get nothing but the choicest stuff on the mar; ket, that unquestionably accounts for our ever-increasing sales, Regarding the produce market. Owing to weather and feed condi- tions, there is a shortage of butter in the West at the present time, and prices will no doubt remain high for a few weeks longer. Eggs are slightly down in price and with milder weather will no doubt show a further decline. Two Specials for Tomorrow; Choice Koine-cured BACON Whole or Half Slab, per Ib This Bacon will go quickly at the price and you cannot beat the quality and flavor. New Laid EGGS, per P. BURNS CO, Limited Dominion Fish and Poultry Dominion Market, Market, Phone 545 phone 1654 ;