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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1919 THE umiBRIDGB DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN SAV the Leather ShpePolishes KeepYourShoesNeat LIQUIDS AMD jfOMMMK WHIT C, TAN AMD (DARK WILL PEMETEHOE WEN MfREWHi ENGLISH LANGUAGE 1'AHIS. April 12. (AssodaleJ I CTIffOlI IfiPHf Tfl rrcsi) rather sharp eonlest has fLllLRnL LLnUUL tU arisen over the Question of the lams-' DO DAMAGES Col. 0. 31. Biggar has toft IMrls, aa to attract attention, and warm of the official covenant of league of nations and aUo is extending sjieculatively to the treaty It- self, in the case of the treaty, how- ever, no occasion has yet arisen to provoke discussion, but, at the session Thursday night the language question J regard to the came up 1 and occupied almost a hall hour of flue debate. It is a question of French or Ktig- isb. The French put forth Ihe that the French generally has been considered as the language of later- national usuages before the" war imd that in limes gone by it was uRed in great. trealleE and covenants. They also advance the argument that it lim peculiarly valuable qualities In WASHINGTON. April verdict for plaintiff with fixed IIO.OOO return- ed today by the Jury In the at ftaltlmcrrt fed.re! League Club the Ameri- can and reagues and of the defunct Fed- eral At the suit wu brought the Sherman anti- trust law will be nuklAf the amount 003 if f, is enured. whether indigent or not, and to give nit ructions and. deliver lectures on questions of public healUi." Dr. Stanley pointed out some muni- cipalities mfyht prefer to engage a physician, and the words "physician or" were Inserted Just before the word 'nurse.'' George Hoadley (Okotoks) raised some argument over an amend- ment in tho bill giving municipalities the option of assessing lanJ on u rial rate or a valuation mill rate. Mr. KQudley pointed out that in same dis- tricts where the good land was owned by a majority ol the residents and the poor rocky land owned liy a minority, the flat rate was Imposed with the result that the poor land at the same rate as the good land. No change was made In the bill, however, i which leaves the matter of the bind of assessment optional with the muni- cipalities. ANYONE KNOW MRS. BENN.STON? AVOID COUGH? GHERJI t SHILX3 tea rat annual Trustees of Montinartre loivu iciiool will rebuild a apleuiji'l new school on the site of the building which was about alx ago by fire. 'Hie Salvation Army has Ijec-n asked 10 locato lire. Den- niston, who left Eatevan, Sask. EOUIO time ago. At on? lime-' tbu yersou aleo lived in Win- nipeg was a Salvationist. Kindly notify Major Situs, 203 (.'tinfoderatton Life Win- nipeg, Man. I and will Kill (or Canada at the cud of -tribute Crow di jurists with precise picsnings and also the llfs work on the peace wbom'he was associated paid him vuimnittcca, ol which bio' bctta u Ms dsptrture. He U a prominent Jcadiux member, heoii BO notablo .Edmontpn-'crimjnal lawyer. AN Interestlng'-and thine-about these fortune duclnir liivenllona Is that most oNthem are-, of ordinary or minor value In themselves. It you have a you rnusl Invent a'Mtf.Uilne to make rid of U Many of the Patents that have made .tlielr. Inventory those which contained very'few entirely nsw The simplest Ideas earned fpt their safety razor, the sanitary -drinking- cup, thp hump hajrpln. the demountable lire of theie could hive twen' Invented by a man of average ability. In your every day life, at home, at your office .In your shop you h'ariaie. anr'number are subject to Improvement'. H yoii can'think of, a way'V'Improving romp arllcle or procosn already in- orjf a new useful device or process or article of. manufacture, you on the road to forlune, TJcnnlson made a fortune from a shinpins-tag. Preoaro now to meet the demands of Industry All-. Fields; for Kew Ideas and New Before sending Inventfon -to any attorney nr manufacturer or dtselOBlng your-invention, for our free blank form PROOF OF CONCEPTION In ardor to protect your Invention and secure your rights. TIT, AnVKRTISK oar laTrmilomm la -C.4X.inA, tkc'ClfflHal ManulMc .the .CaMdUv HHBfacfareni .A MocU H tofenvr Serrlee. fcrcor Booklet "Pmlenl rroicctlm" T, Echd Model, description of any new tnven- lions you havo for Free Opinion as to Patentability. Thle Certlficalo of PatentabUlty together with our blank form "Proof of Conception" will protect the Inventor and as proof of Invention until Iho CAD tw filed In Tlie Patent Office. (1) Harold STREET, How would you like to lose your job? NOT MUCH! Well, every Ume you buy a Ulcyclo Drought in from another country somo good Canadian mechanic loses Iris Joli. Docs (hut sound fair to you? BRANTFORD Red Bird BICYCLED Arc made In Canada by Canadian mechanics, and that in turn helps you to hold your jobT 1C you look thts square in the face, you Vfll see to it that this trade mark ji on yon huy. i Arid" hotter Bicycle' tnWfc where al .any price than a BraQtford Rer! Bird. Don't experiment with cheap imported bicycles'that are pushed onto Iho Canadian public under the slogan. Insist on knowing just, where all the parte are made. It'is your duty, and youjirp en-., know. We can you' Vtheror -Branlfertl Bicycles are made, and remember 'yon pay less money for a other make of equal 30 years 'ttfe leading .hlcycla in [hat It Is generally xnoro underttood by other nations than English. In an Interview with foreign correspondents, Foreign Minister Plchon took occaa- lop to Inject a remark that he hoped that French would be the language of the covenant. As 'a matter of fact, it is said the decision as to (he language of the covenant docs not rest with the com- mission, but is a question to be settled by a plenary session of the peace con- ference Itself. Make Text Public PARIS, Apri? text ot the league'of nations covenant will be made public in a few days, Bays the official announcement of the leajruo commission regarding last night's ses- sion. Except for the technical task for bringing the French and Engllf-h texts into accrod, Iho _covenant, the announcement states, is ready for a preliminary session of the peace con- ference. 819 Four in Session PARIS, April council of four met in the Paris "white house" this morn i tig and re-assembled for another session this afternoon. It was not announced, however, 'what subjects were under consideration. It has heeu definitely decided that Premier George will leave for London ou Monday, to be absent about e week. Adopt Jap Amendment PARIS, April league of nit- ions commission lias adopted by H votes out of 17 the Japanese amend- ment on racial equality. An Associated Press.dispatch .from Paris on Friday nigV.L said that tlic league of nations cum miss ion had completed consideration of the coven- ant at its meeting Friday night. It salt! that no sections were in cl tided carrying'.the Japanese, .demand, but I that they wb'nld be reaerv'ed "for poss- ible action by the plenary session of the peace conference. Under Municipal District Pow- ers Providing Machinery For Care, of Health