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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Al'HlLi 13, LONDON' MONUMENT TO EDITH CAYELL 'as Session Bnl Start On Hearing Delegations Wednesday OTTAWA, April Canadian irivete meeting of thei pensions conjmittefl tills mom- -Tbich WM to hnre U-r-' JcKod vSlhJn stout .15 minutes, pored to be a louj; drawa out affair 3d H nst urta a few minutes 1 o'clock tie announcement "was !ade to the group of veterans and snilons board otttctate Wtteg In the orridor that the committee had ad- orned. The announcement was to the jot ftat the committee resume omorrow morning at 10 o'clock and :ould then devote halt nn tour 10 caring H. C. former ueniber o! the First Batielfca. who Is Ice-president the Amerlcau Voluo- ears in the CanaiMc Ei petitionary aod wishes to present the Amct- cans' view to the committee. It was decided that wherever pos the eoatnlltee wrald secure in mtlns lha viewff. jrlevacces nod pro- posals of everyone asilns.tor a hear inc. sd that there, would ho no nn necessary duplication of evidence nu as little repetition f! lie soldiers views as CONSTANTINOPLE. 'April (By Associited Wd VI. of Turkey has thrown all his i and religious power ieto tiio) balance as n measure in cuus- baiting tho Nationalist movement in Minor. Observers 'here declare Uie next fortnight vrill xlelermlns -whether he rally any rcq! force 10 oppose Mustapha Kemal. head of ihe Nationalist movement, who is vir- tual ruler of most otlhc-'Tnrkish pub- cast of the Dardanelles. "The vrrath of hearm and.eternal torments of hell" aro called dorwn ors tha heads o! all Moilema who do' not support the sultan, by Uurricade Ab- dullah. th.9 new sheik-ul-lslniu, vrho ex- coriates the Xoiionallsfs and declares "all Mussulmans ivho kill Nationalists -nill blessed by-Allah and Ell ivho die fighting the rebels earn eternal glory hereafter." KOT.- Stephen Bond, pioneer Metho- dist minister, died at Toron'.o. Bishop U.S. Hughes, ot too Metho- dist Episcopal Church, died at Port- land, Oregon. tens-factor distinction gion." The futeiription to the fond, has headed-by the Sultan. by TTWkfefe CVoiru and thoi 4ha .KfaadiTO OTTAWA, April Canadian tful-- Further opposition to tha pro- posed amendments to Iho Indian Act. I chic fly oa ground that it compulsory enfranchisement. III placei too much power IE andB ol Ihe siiperlnteooest-geMral, ,-as heard by the special committee of I today. Rev, Kelly, Bri- tish Colombia Indiana, rapported Idra of compulsory education, -but i characterUed the plaebj ot children in boarding schools without consent of the u a hlth-hsndaJ proceed: inr. bearing the i eral to decide oa lie Stneu of an In- for enfranchisement was alto- gether too autocratic. Mr. A. R. ChUholm, counsel for .Six Nations Indians, disputed the 1m ipreaston given the commit IM at Frl [day's by nepuir Minister Duo-j 'can Scott that of Armenia, Georgia, -rWte IWriirche, the. Gmud Habbi, the lute bauks ami Uie' great commercial houses have nude geawoua The idea was first Uuochwl by the rurkfefa norrspafera. snd now won general supjiorl. The tore tho orsan of the Vati- can, commenting on the says "This ot the Pope will a pbosBhoresoent appsritlon avoid the great mystte Ittaca." OLD COUNTRY ilril Canadian on the City and Sab- urban was: Viceroy, 6 to J; Furious, 8 to 1; Brigand, IM to 3; Scatwell 1M to 8; Hlislo, 100 to 7; Berkeley, 100 to 6. Derby belting was: 1! to J; Prince Galahad, 8 to 1; Sarche dou 10'to 1; Silver 100 to 9; Archilc, 100 to S; Alleahy mi Wimasu OTTAWA, Aprtl Members ot the pew National Progressive party In the 'common! held an Informal Miston this mprntoz, when it Is understood Clause 10 of the Franchise Act was under dlecusslon. Dr. Michael Clarke, acting leader, absent uwlng to a bad cold. Clause 10 forbids societies or clatlons, juch as tanner organizations from eollectrae funds to support can- didates for election. Today's session. It U understood, re- ItemtSd Us vigorous oppoiitlon to clause. ;r DODO'S KIDNEY PILLS PRESERVE OLD HOME i allowed the Indlaai' to i selves allies imtll'the cro-ro In a position lo dedate'them subjects. Today's session'was attended by nearly Wlca as many Indians as at any previous seMlo'a. DEFEATS HIS BROTHER NBW VOKK. April IS.-lD the final round tho national amateur court tennis tournament played here Satur- day, C. Suydsm. CutUng. ot the New York and Teunis club, de- feated his Fulton Culling, in three straight sets, 6-4. 6-1, C4. Jay Gould refereed the match. TWAIN HARTFORD, April A campaign 'his bjeen- launched here to presorvc the former house of Mark Twain from threatened destruction by i-cel estate opofatora.. Governor H61- com, speaklnE'at. a meetins- of ;citl- lens interested In tho movement, last night declared tho real, estate jnen who planned to destroy the old house "bolong in tho same class as radical agitators and should be deported. of Constantinople Raising Funds for Strange Purpose J-4 I ROME, "April war wrmn. Eorv ot Edith Cavell is perpetuated by an imposing about Tnany changes in "i Place, London, which OT? unveiled by Dowager Queen the erection, of ha 3 tORr rn'emorfal, shows Nurse Cavell's sister striding ct iiasu just lifter ihe unveiling of DrJC fctimci! Ct.. of C.n.ja.Lld.. Torenlc U.S. Addre The world's sumiatd for Wdnoy, liver, bladder uiio troubles and tUllontl Remedy IMS. All diufristE, SOt: a hoi. (or ntne Coll SB fcsx ffi xctft ft Everything About Cuticura Soap Suggests Efficiency dated school that was left without a teacher by the departure of Miss Se- wall. vrho ivas called oway. Hiss Ixivclind and Misn Grahim. of the consolldalcd school, and Mls.i Mo- Jjeod of the Brownsdale EChool. al- tondoj the convention at Mfse Margaret Anderson, who has been quite ill. Is now convalescent. Mies Treic TrlbWa. of Indiana, hns opsnod the school In Iho Carnegie dlz- Lrlct, which has lififln cloned slnco the resignation of Miss JicDanlels. Mr. and Tolmncy of Duluth. ____ ure the gueala of Mr, and Mrs. F, A. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant of Lohlsh. who hive bcon Tlrjlllcs their daughters, -Mrs. S. W. Fletcher anr Mrs. layman, cipcct to rclurn to Ihelr homo tbia week. Mrs. Layman and Ifttlo son will accompany them. Mrn. It- H. Ostnim .v.d Mrs. I-.. Wot-tlpy vrerc guests at Modlfine Hat I tills week. I Ref. Cook, who has been at (lie coast clnco tho first of tho year, hai returned and one? more tho regular services will be. holil. Mrs. Win. Uertram has returned from England whore sin his visiting her mother. Goo. Smith, St. Thomas, nn em- ploye o' the M. C. n. for seventeen years, haa bcon superannuated wllh Are Men Careless- Buyers? IT is often claimed that it is very easy to sell a man a suit of clothes. 1 The inference is that men on the whole lack the caretul judgment displayed by women in selecting fabrics, styles, etc. During-nearly thirty years in business, we have built up a clientele of men who are careful about the clothes, they buy. Our constant regard.for the carefulidresseV has-led to the ac-V ceptance of T. D. clothes as standards of good style at reasonable- prices. To get good style, fit and quality your new Spring or Summer suit should carry the label FOR MEN We do" a large special order as in regular lines. We sell exclusively to one high v class clothier in each district. If, we are not rep- resented in your locality write us direct. Thornton Douglas, Limited Hamilton i Canada in jour district oj F. Thaell, 315 Fifth St. S., The Jay OF A> Perfect Skin J Knoiv tin joy onlL ilhrtcomut ;