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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL- THfi PAGE bare been agreed upon and It has teen decided on the establishment In I'srls of an. advisory committee. All participants would be represented with ths -VsMof! which IB unable to take any ofilclal part, though furnishing a preponder- ,nl share of the credits. Spain Is not as yet Included, but Is xmEtderlne the matter. Italy, though approving the project, did not tend ft delegate because ot the chart given Allies and Neutrals Planning to Extend Credits to Central Europe PARIS, April was among represented at yes terday's session ot the international economic council. Tho Dominion was represented by Sir George Periey, A program prepared by the Council yes- terday provides for the participation of neutral nations In extending crcd its to European countries In need o! food and raw materials, hnt without ready cash to buy. Other nations re presented at the conference were Great Britain, the United States, Bel Franco, Swltierland, Holland Sweden, Norway r.nd Denmark. TJetalla of the pis.: by the un'cll have not been made public out it Is understood neutral countries having representatives at the meeting have agreed to glvo substantial aid to Austria and other European states, thus relieving the pressure on Great Britain and the United States. Sub- stantial advances In which both neu- tral and allied countries would partlcl- Two of Muslapha's Lieutenants Abandon Him and Help to Restore Order CONSTANTINOPLE. April Associated .Jafar.Ta ;yar, Turkish commandant at Adrian I ople, who last week called upon al Jioilcms to unite In an effort to "free New Tax Expected to Yield Five the sultan from allied ap Billion Exemptions i peared here yesterday and announced he supported DC mad Ferld Pasha uppo: grand vizier, and had abandoned the Turkish Nationalists. He was accom i panted from Adrlanoplo to this clt> PARIS, April ".-The chamber of ,hree French officers. deputies yesterday adopted clauses ot A11 army officers have been with! cow tho new tax bill Imposing a las on to report for service of turnovin, which, it Is esti- tlireo umier penalty mated, will yield a revenue of billion francs. There will be some ei- Bcy, deputy for Slvas, and re- as sales ot bread and raouthplece of Mustaphs. Kema brokerage, partlcalarly; stock exchange leader, is reported to hav Beautiful Women of Society, during thepast (evenly yeart hive relied upon tt for their dUtln- I toft, refined, pearly i- while complexion It Instantly, Is -Ialways the source of fjattcricj comment. otherwise gonfl tfl An'gorai iu company with Gen ot eicep- eral Towushend of tho British arm> to Malta. ASTHMA COLDS transactions, which are covered. The entire list iuwuaaollll V4 ttons, however, has not yet been de- (o njalie an to efject a compr, termlned. .'rhiso with Mustapha. Raouf Bey le A flood of amendments to exempt Constantinople a few days ago and certain necessaries from tho'new tax understood at that time he ha was warded off by Frederic Francois-. Mar'sal, the finance.minister, who de- ,clarcd: "There Is a necessity-that domin-j atcs nil othbrsr-IL 1s that ot.enabling France to honor her signature. Another Tax PARIS. April government contracts signed between July and Oclohor .would be sub- jected to a tax by a government bill rendy for introduction. In .the .cham- ber. This tax would be In addition to the er.stinj tax. Under the reposed bill lib such lax could exceed ID per; cent. o'. llio amount of the contract" and the tax would ho graduated according 'to the AFFECISIIFFIC I No Added Facilllies Will the Trouble, Says Committee NEW TYPE FKJHTING TOPS ON U. S. BATTLESHIPS ICE CREAM FORMS v BIG DIET FOR ALL GOOD AMERICANS Still Have Hadfield on" the of Moisture in the District Vulcan opinion seems to be chans- ine in regard to the p'oss ot getting rain through tbe-'help mac- kind. They stemed to he" satisfied with the moisture that nature (s sup- WASHIN'JTON, April cans -ire the greatest consumers of lea' cream' iu the world according green crop also helps; drain ago is good, but It Is often dlfflcul or expensive. Standing water can ol (ten bo illsimscJ of by digging a we! 10 or 15 feet deep and allowing Ui water to rim into It. In case it striken a Inyor of sarul or gravel, it worka Oraln Qrowers' Guide, .The Ho C. is largely caused by waste resulting from spoiled and pastry. Many peorjleido not consider.baking powder a very- important ingredient in baking, whereas it is most or failure depends upon the powder you select. helps keeps down the HIGH COST OF BAKING, because, first, it is sold at a reasonable price, and second, its double acting qualities absolutely as- sure perfect baking at all times. Al- ways follow the directions tin the label, you use less powder, Buying. EK-O in the larger tins la most economical for family use. Egg-0 Bakmg Powder Co. Liaiied Hamilton, Canada all ft i Even the ilttie onw have learned the plsasura of Honeymoon Chocolates, 'Tho remembrance of. the delicious flavors calls for the child's assurance that none be overlooked, THE WALTER W .SHAW COMPANY LIMITED Wholesale Candy Makers Moose Jaw, Sask. Edmonton, Alia, Snmv's ;