Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
'fHUHSDAV.APRIL 10, 191'J LKl'HH. Derision Deferred Two Standard Clause I'ut Other Charters April bill to ei- tend tlie time for tho construction ot Ike Ladllnc, Jacques Curlier and -Mai airaneuvi' Railway'was, reported by "Vcummlttee of'lhe'commons The jcomrriHtee' in the bill the new standard clause providing for the commencement of sx'chequer court wilt cease. R. L. Richardson uW inii was an systwu that .unloaded on the' Grand TruuV committee deferred further doasHeratlon ot.tne bill it could be shown Just whit work lias been Cilery and Ry, the to eilend Die lime for construction of the Calgary tad company R. U Mchardwo" said while the bill stands In his state- at Ih work', during (he. first .year, and the friend, he wouM not pro construction of -'5 piilsf eadi not H. Th- luent UM will rw tram CiUjrary' tbraudi The Mil 10 eitend time tot Kinansiks-ls1 V> Parole-iuid construction of', the'Oiitral Railway will company's lines' was neit considered, provision In to construction lion O. Reid atked tliat the clause wu included, providing for the construction of the I Mr. Cockshutt pointed out that lino.froiuJlinvIesftiry fo Wlawa of Ihe.lfae wil thence'to" H 'slruck parallel and C.N.R. out. Hi that.'tlie company Col Xorlh Renfrew. iai for- to all civil Eervants leas of date of appointment, salary or character of the same to cou- ttflne until the new bonus adjusted to he new schedule of salaries becoaM and, The application at the princi- ot lha Whiaey council 1o the civil LONDON, April recent sux- fttion by Accnt-Gcneral of rltUh Colombia, that the Grand fleet. for rellevlcg (he pres- sure 1n the Canadian forces hAa some endoreation ia MSoii of United States Sec- retary at NaVy Daniels, who sa- United States soldiers In L'nkeil states gov- irnmehl men on HsM- ini; thipo, originally raUed by na.m authorities. The same also ii by the Brilltli autiorlUes. cipals. money.! -Mr. '.Morphy asked Mr. Soolt what hau'beeom; of -.the. It "Tliet wouM like --to: .Mr. replied. He eipiained if 'the charter Is ]iot renewed' the proceedings Iti the some of Ihetrj! Mr. B6fi; tHWndment ,to fffect that ftirtJier' consideration of the be deferred for two weeks. The ;li rwoeption was' fo Rev, Dr, Salem Bland, formerly of Winni- peg, by tie Single Tu AnoclaHon of Toronto, Paderemkl Declares Poles Most Have Report Submitted April Press) Frencli eoclety for the promo- tion of a o! nations, has adopt- ed, on motion .ot Aulord; of the Ua'lrcnttir of Paris, an eminent mthorltj on history, a resolution ask- ing conference to adopt French as the official language league trt nations. The JB 'aleo promoting a movemeot in" Ji'vor ol Paris the seat of the league of nations. This organization is entirely un- official. goverflihent wijl no to assist the.move- ioenC relative''W the capital of the league. The foreign office officials, Wfao will Ihe sifbject, say ttat France irookl be proud if a loca- tion in thl might be bat Ibat no steps would be to that eml.j Tts commission considering the iliolce of a city wliidi would be the seat of the league, has .not made any decision yet. PARIS, April Tie prellmtuary- will require Germany to make as immediate in- demnity accomit: (ranci In cash and raw- materials, according lo the Echo de Paris. The treaty, it declares, will ipot the total amount 'Germany that be wrllten, intif Ihe doc- 't Poles Want Djfulj i; PARIS. April Jan Pad- jirewskl, the Polish premier, was sum- Aioned before; the council-of four to- day to present the claims of The premier will .that Daaeig must -be .given-to- and that Poland must have the coal fields- of feichen, Silesia, upon which, it is said, Polish Industry depends. Reparation Report In PARIS, April first interim report of the second sub-committee "of the peace' conference commission' on reparations deal log with the financial capacity of enemy statea and the meaDfi of payment was adopted yes- lerday by commission. It was-.de- cided to prMent this report and'the report of the fint oa categoriM valuation to the general secretary of tne peace conference. STARVING HUNS PILLAGED V RED CROSS SUPPLIES BASEL.- April 9.-j-Storage sheds of Ihe American Red Cross were amoag. the food depots pillaged by armea crowds Tuesday, ac- cording to dispatches received here. Goods to the vatde'ot marks, ere to taken from Tax- loua i'- Gonstipatkwi t Headache Sour Stomach Indigestion JOHAOTfESBURG, S. ansMllan. Press via) fcplte the settlement of the: municipal employee's strike, the. general indus- trial situation may become complicat- ed owing to the builders.' strike, which. Is still unsettled. The'general council of tio Industrial federation yesterday passed, a resolution commending teat all unions ballot on the questton' of a sympathetic strike in support of Uto building trade workers. council dettded to recommend such a sympathetic strike. l The municipal strikers accepted yes- j terdiy's settlement, but will ballot on sjmpathettc strike the build- ers, 'A''cake''of Gold Soap is riot orily trig but It wears ,away slowly, and evenly without crumbling or. softening. It can be used down to. the thinnest wafer. For this reason alone, Gold. Soap more economical .than ordinary laundjy it goes farther. 'But a cake of Gold Soap is bigger any other laundry soap at the (ami soap for your money. rltr.also is better only from the .best materials suitable for laundry use.' GM ixwuV in O ffTAm Oor Onrn Crrrrvnxmflent) FERN1B, April Ihrea young men latelv convicted and flved in the miglntrate's court here for violation of the game protection laws .and for trapping ia the province without 1k- n, are still being held here, Ing i( nred will be followed br an aigxal from magistrate's sentences be- ing etcetslve. R. Vroon, A. Elliot and 11. Trnltt. tie of the hoys whose faomes are at west of Pincher Creek. .A. Macnelll has.been br the Tonnj WOT. tat not intll bad pleadrd gslltr and been sentenced, Coin Idfe The FenrK. battery 'of coke ormi kre (Cain idle, owing id lack ot BMrket ror oi jiafck which MusMr goes Into the are Wing tmt out over tin Omt NoriMri' road. 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