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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta AGE TEN THE LETHBRlDGfr DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY. APRIL Western Farmers' Conwaian Fund Canvass is CorrtiDiion ot vilest I ttvic v. OLYMPIC PASSENGER SERVICE IH JUNE AGAIN LONDON, April Cunadlan Associated Imor Olym- pic, which carried 90 many Canadian aoldlars. resumes pissens" at the end of June. Member-in the; Commons Makes Hot Charges in Clause 10 Debate frinte iotel TORONTO InCeniroof Shopping r.nd Distikri ROOMS 1M Kith BliHi 2UROPE.WPL.Vl K j io remark that the member for Drome, I iu frmuiog his atuecdroeaU had ideutly neglected Iu rsaft tto bill. iCUuso 7? ot tho net.-which bad been 1 no'a-'coatentlous. slreufiy I provided for rlnoiuc'wlth the return- i tnj a detailed etotwmeat by the (Icsndldito or his official agent of "aU i mo-jey" received br or promised to the agent by iuu or vcrfoti, naming everyom from: whom tho sniue may have been ae a coauit-ution, loan, ed- Ex-President or deposit or otherwise- Mr.: declared tho clause was not; lira-' i., TV as simply lo prevent corporate i OTTAWA. April 1C of for political [rarposts. Iha franchise bill prohibiting was uo limit placed oaindtvld-i .a I ITieS. 1108 tcnigni wnuwii. y ui.tEiwu. wu i ment Introduced .liy. A. R. McMaster leo ot 15 by which he would called I tries. (Brome) which would yroMbll con- tributions by any but individ- uals and enforce the publication of all such was defeat- (.lectors. od, also, without a vote. referendum an Mr McMaster's resolution he said, were, sick ol out Uu> first really Fpiritcd fistt of the controlled "uy tic big In- session' Farmer members from the: wrests." They spoke of hago secret 1 rei-ern provinces touring largely in I rampalgu funds which had debauched It he list ot siwakoH. I Iho country during U.e 1S11 roclpro- th'e list of VsJestern Unionist Favorfd It F. A. Davis. Xcepnwa, frruii the gov- eremeal benches, declared 08 would voic'for i-lly c-ainpaiga. and those In the west haii Ufcsn this step to see that In tor the iiaWication ot all contributions. two lictiri1 debate at the even- 'Ing session. Hon.-Hush Cutlirlc roso future In purified. Royal Arrowroot Biscuit NOURISHING, fme and healthful. Makes brain and imisclc.- Children Canada should be Cists Movement, Charge Julm IJest. ot Dnfferln, and -J. 3es- smita. West Peterpbro. nttscted the rneuslwr for Assinibola'as'ihe spokes- niau nf class nioyements. The form- er declared a'noiise.fu hpuse canvass unions-the farmers of the'west, col- letting tlieir money, when they who would lie'their caodi- d'atss. rvas fraud, pure and simple inuistly simple. A camjuiigu fund of I SSGOr" collccica1- iu cino constituency Mr. Gould safd, imd heen collected ship- ____ _________ ty of the allies, especially England _sad America, for the condition of German Industries. "We need not disguise to our- the former president writes, "that In England and America these efforts to opinion are at tha present received with es- pecial favor by a large' part ot the public; that German families are dying with cold beside their hearth F tones, that no smoke Is Issuing any where from their factory chimneys wer Theso are so raany tales which easily Impress our allies the more." Ib. method, in As meant u total of class for political purposes was a ser- menace to Canada. The mem- bej for Dulterin would jail any man who made charees'of cbrrnpllim .vritU nothing mo eharees ire uion general statements you Rise in the Morning take a dose of FRUIT UULIIIJIf. c-----. to back tliein up. Deferring to the absence of details Iu regard to the uavmcnts In an elecXipn eirense ac- count which Mr. Oouli ha-1 read. Jlr. Bexsmfth declared those payments might have heeu for anything at all. "It Is corruption of the frankest .and viics! type." he charged. Calgary Member's pplnipn T M Tweedie. West Calgary, do- ar'eil the member for AEslnlboia. had roved himself a clafs legislator in a' of which ho had tolii e house. Such-an: agreement- was pistol -at the head; of ji candida.te Ko; wife :elected'.'tp'E'oi-ve.all'CaTiaU! nd not a small grour In one constlt CHon W S Fielding declared that! ho day was not fnr dlsUyit egitluiate expenses ould be a direct charge on the trcas- rv of tao Dominion, and theu all snch. aff as Ihis wouldV-. vanished. here vfas no reason, he declared. many members; Ihe': house shoiW ot see that day: tho Oermaas.employed toward manu faclures IK French devastated regions If payment Is offerei Germans In marks thev take It as an Insult, ho writes, some insisting on receiving payment In Swiss francs and others French gold. But that is not all, the former president charges. Payment Is exacted in' cash, moreover In ad- vance against mercantile manifests of goods shipped, -which are thus traus- lorted at the entire risk ot the buy- ers, with no claims for reimbursement ilrs. Morris, a Nationalist councillor, that sue had prayed the previous night to the mother of mercy, "that [he'so poor he triumphant over the savage head ot fxml French." Situation in Cork CORK, April strike situa- tion-was not much changed today, hut feeling is becoming more intense. Shops wero.-opeBefl for a few hours this morning for the sale of foodstuffs. .Pickets throughout the morning, stopping.-taotor were if "a satisfac- tory: -esplanalion-'ofx the business of thc'ir gtyenj-.oJheryYlse stationed in 'the crSrrds.thti'.iar haTCiheen orderly. clent In tie UnHed Statto. They asted (hut ths-Ecale to made the same as the United States, which recently had beeu increased to }HO a month. The men nUo asked that they be allowed take vocaUonal Iralnlng in Ihe United States Instead of being forced to come lo Canada. "Not Worth c In Chicago men vrith empty sleeves were the victims of '.'arrogant com-j War records and decor-1 tlonB In s roller man city were not worth a damn." Tho United States volunteers did jaot want any SW.OQO.WO. All they asked was a decent 'show In re-establishment. The and scheme In Canada was not-un- derstood iu the Unitad States. The nen.there thought every soldier was given Askod by Dr. J. Bricn if U he rule or exception for a man to j'o without pay or uliow-ances for five ur six mouths, Ihe witness said it vras :he eicepttou. anything of Ihls nature occurred the bureau o! war risk Washington blamed Ot- tawa. 'Since takinc this matter lu Ot- tawa, ho had .come to the conclusion that most or the iroupie lay ul Tvash- ingtou. There were some S.OOO S'et- erans o! tho Canadian expeditionary force in Chicago, hot ho did not know how many'pensioners. There was a medical officer in Chicago. Secretary lAhearn, of tlie pensions board, said there were pension ers in tho United States. The witness said a man could not lire decently on his allowance. Col. Peck suggested that a man should bo located at, say, Washington to look after all mailers connected with relumed men. It was staled, lhat the pensions board had tho American Red Cross handling returned men's interests. .Tho witness said that Amer- ican pensioners lost because ot the adverse exchange rate. The witness said tho Hearst pap- ers were tho returned men's worat enemies. Tbey loved to play -up a disabled man as an example of Brit- Black-Green or Mixed Preserved and Sold only ia j; Sealed Air-tight Packets. TKeBestIM, nner; I I a tka uJiiSinungi oft noir. Particularly ttue, the SEAL BRAND COFFEE la I Whole, TricoUod tj-.e ordinziy peiwlaio i SANBORN When you eat let it be the best ain's neglect ot her soldiers. WAGSTAFFjTS Real .Seville- Orange Marmalade AM Oiaage No camovjlas''- BoiltJ atlh cart in Silt a Fata. your health's sake. It's good for you. UNO'S FRUIT SALT is so pleasant to, take. loo. It prevents functional irregularities, corrects dis- c-nler.-i of the liver and promotes good hrallll. P.NO'S FRUIT makes P. cooling, ,-iiiil rcfrosli- nig. You can drink it at any lime with benefit j, C. Ul., "FiaH S ill" Wt rli.LOH p ON ,EBJ. HASOtO pl'niTCH'.F. Co. MKntt ITSilt, TO JO KM ID) You don't read this story-- you toll about even tit-Iicioosncss