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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APIUL 20, 1919 THE U-mmillOGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINfc bo Central Kxecutive were utilized to ho fullest cUt-nt in meeting the great need f list Ing und In striv'ng to check be serious epidemic of typhus broughout Ibe country uad the letters of appreciation rei-eiwd from HHG- slaps, Czechs, Poles and refugee com- as well us trout our mil- hospitals and typhus trains iu- die-ate that tbc work iu Liberia jy I he Canadian Red Cross has given Dda a very good staddlng In the mtcda of the people in that Cur olf, and tly tried country. Creat Field When Normal Con- ditipns Relurn Favorably Known (Special to MONTREAL. onel J, S. Dennis, C.M.G., chief coin- .mlssloncr nf the department of colon- liatian of Iho C. P. H-, returned from Russia via Japan and Vancouver Tues- day.' Colonel Dennis went to Siberia last la 11 as director of transportation and Information in Hie general eta ft' of the Canadian DiUlUry expedition Bud in addition was chairman of the .Canadian trade commission appointed by order-ln-councll lasl October to itudy trado conditions In Siberia. He was also Canadian lied Cross commis- sioner for Siberia. Colonel Dennis said that as IIQ had not yet been mustered of raauy It may. there fore. It- uuite there is ud market at good prices In SiberU. for goods manufact- ured in Canada the eilsllng political and tranftportatfon conditions there rentier it impositble to hope for establishment pf trade relations on a satisfactory bails'at present. tod Buiy Colonel Dennis states that the Can Red Cross carried on a active cattipatca of relief during tueir slay in Siberia. They not only took (he usual Red Cross work In con- nection with our own military expedi- tion but carried on relief to the new HuaiUtn army in Siberia, the Czecho- i Slovak forces, the Polish 'returning Russian prisoners and the vast number of refugees from European Russia now living at points lowcver, not belt! to apply in the 1 criminal casea. as advocated by the ol n head of :i state who has HD- [committee. They propose, instead, dlculed, for any [iroceediiiKs against (hat an International court of inquiry U.S.DELEGAIES u person would tp against cdivfdual no longer i-iu body ing jOTeruignty ot stato; nor 11 ap- ply to political eftc-iices committed by .Le head of n siulo which may, if expedient, made 11 ie sub- ject of judicial action and iMimshmu1. Holding ihese the United States delegates wore, t'-rrfore, un- able to concur the lor the a high trib- unal and a prose tut tun cumtnillee for created to consider ihe relative culpability ct the uuthois of the war as welt BJ their culpability as to viola- tions of Iho laws uni! Customs of war. and that enemy persons accused of Ihf-se latter offences .should LP tried by military tribunals or already existing or to be created in different countries. Each of these tribunals would acquire jurisdiction when the offense ivas committed on the territory of a nation or against its property or in the case of offences by the enemy affect ing 4 I 1MPERATOR TO ENGLAND j COl'KNHAGEX. April The German steamship linpera- tor will proceed to Cuxhaven j today to lake en bunker cml urn! from there will go to Kng- land to tjo turned OVC-T to the j arcording to the Tage- I blatt. of Ilerliu. J i Responsibility For .the War International Court of Enquiry out ol the military service he jti Siberia. These activities were llra- not. of course, speak ol the Jiieii only by the supples available but situation, but pointed out that as the DIHilary force was not returning the ettuatkm from -u military standpoint i the Red Cross I'prkers in Canada BO many needed would no doubt be ably dealt witli by Mujorticii. Elmaley, why commanded the expedition. In addition to Colonel Dennis as chairman, tho Canadian trade com- mission comprised Mr. A. Brxlth- watle, late'assistant general manager, Hank of Montreal, as financial adviser. Mr. C. V. Jusl, Canadian trade com- missioner fit I'elrograd up to the time of the revolution in Russia. U. trade coinm'ssion- er at Mr. A. Jl.' Owen, general agent'C. U. in Mr? Louis Kon. a Canadian Russian a3 Colonel Dennis the very thorough study of: trade conditions in Siberia anil bad many meetings wi.th the rep- of the Siberian govern- iiVeiit, iim co-operative societies, .the j Kemstovs, Ihe local .b'anks afid bus- iness organizations, and they obtain- ei ft vast auiount cf VRluable Infor- inatiou regarding the pussibllitiea of developing trade in SDcrla. This ih- Cormaliou, whch will form th'cj subject of n ruii report to'the Goyernment by Ihc commission. Indicated that at-nres- cnt (here is a demand, eastern Slutria', lor large ouaritities of goods manufactured in Canada, par- ticularly clothing, boots, bedding ag- ricultural Implements.' 'binder twine, piece goo'ris and sesds, but Ihat the possibility of developing Imiic-diato trade relations in thesft much" needed articles is very poor ow- ing to 'the chaotic financial nnd conditions- existing Retraining from "ariy'opinion regarding the political sH- j liatioh. '.Co'onel .Dennis pointed out that the, financial situation Is such.as. to nhy of d.ilrig" husineas.qn souu-1 lines.-All .gold anrt. Eiiver coinage has apJ- a I1, feJnds'bt" paper money is in circ.ii- lutionjncfudttig th.tt Issns'l.by thn old tnrky" the "Jnbla ('f ll'.ii different rgpfcliUos and' thtiso now'-being issiiod Blbftr: :il O.ukonsk at the I'.ila so cue if I'Ofibles, n orith. lio "tft Vla'JivoVnk roubles provided thore were of a fcind recognizer] "as being of any value were Tyorth1'about eight cents and exchange 1h dollars or'Japanese practically impossible to obtain from tho banhe, nlttiough the Hongkong anil Shangai bank, tho Pity national bank of New "York, anil tbj Hoyal Bank of Canada "opened branches En yiadlyos- tck-." The chaotic conditions of trnngpnrtfltlori system provided by the railway, whicTi at prtrsent is the moans of gelling into the interior will be realiz- f.-d from the statement that at the there Is over a million lot's of freight, the natural products of Iho country, piled up along (he rail- way line thrtugh Manchuria ftnd Si- l-criii movement to Vladivos- tok for-export and at thai.point over a million and a hslf tons walling ship-. 7uetit th? interior for distribution to prjpto who aro in dcspenilo need articles and the. money provided by PARIS, April 25. (Associated has become known- that the United States delegates have been unable to agree to certain portions of the report adopted by the majority of the commission on responsibility for the war, and as presented to ihe coun- cil of four the report contains a mem- orandum setting forth the United Stales' reservations. They objected lo the principle that persons accused of offences "the :laws shcuM be 'subjected to criminal prosecution, contending that the and principles of humanity constitute a standard too uncertain.to be rightly applied In legal The principles that heads 'of itales should be liibie to criminal prosecu- tion for breaches of positive law.was another point in which they failed to with Ihe majority. Their belief was.that the essence of sovereignty lies In the fact that the head of a slate Is responsible for his Illegal acts to the people he j rived hix authority and not- to any i foreign sovereignty. To is contention, ASTHM, INSTANTLY RELIEVED flSTHMADOR OtKMCV ASK AXr DMKCISI more than one countrlej these nat- mixed tribunal. ional courts may unite io form 0110 NOTICE EAT'S DANDRUFF HAIR GROWER GUARANTEED Positively Grows Hair on Bald Heads. Ore jar wlfl stop falling hair. Start a growth of nsw hair; re- move all Dandruff and teave the scalp in a tUte, or re- fund your money. Price, postpaid. LEO J. CASTiAU, Scalp Specialist, Suite 17 Scuthard slock, LETHBRIDGE IF STATELY DIGNITY is yttur choice fnr a monument we arc. reafly to submit a variety of Lethbridge Monumental Works 8th Street, South, R. Needs. United Tail Service We are in a position to repair all makes of cars A FEW SECOND HAND CARS FOR SALE 387 4TH ALEXANDRA HOTEL L1VITBD. TOKWTO, BRANTFORD RED BIRD BICYCLES Don't eiperiment with imported bicycles that are pushed onto the Canadian public undef the m'ade-In-Canarta iDBist on knowing jaSt where the partd are made. It is your you nro en- titled to1 know. We can show you whero Brantford Blcyclei are matte, and remember you 'nay less money foi a Brar.tford than for any otner make of equal quality. Over 30 years the leading bicycle in Canada, -anti today H Is better'than ever. COME IX and ve will tell you more about It. LADIES' AND GENTS' MODELS to J67.50 BOYS'AND GIRLS'MODELS i Lethbndge Cycle Co. 110 FIFTH 4T. S., LETHBRIDOS BICYCLE SUPPLIES HIGH CLASS REPAIRING Local far Brantford "Rfd Bird" Partridge Tiros THE CHAW CO., Now a complete truck TT EREAFTER Ford One-Ton Trucks may be bought XI complete with bodies and cabs, ready for the road. The chassis may still be purchased separately. But, in most cases, the Ford Truck will be sold as a compkte Ford job. The body as well as the chassis will be planned to give Ford service. This radical step in the production of Trucks is being taken to utmost efficiency from the Ford Truck; to give the purchaser Ford value in every part of his truck; to produce better bodies at lower prices., Two Standard The two types of Truck bodies most widely used are the Stake and the Express. These types will be kept in stock. set up, painted (or in the lead) and ready for prompt delivery. They have oak floors, sills of seasoned hickory and specially de- signed forgings and castings. The construction at every point provides for rough usage such.as every truck is bound to get -MW EadoMd Cab geta woner protection in the EnclotedCab'of theFord Truck. This cab can be closed up tight, or perfectly ventilated. It sliding windows and two-way double venti- lating windshield. These amjMe Ford are m KsU NOW. Call and learn what it will cost to use them in your business. Look them over carefully. See how they outdare other in every detail. Pric FORD GARAGE, Dealers A. P. VEALE, Dealer........ ..w Waror KING i GREEN, Raymond TABER MOTOR CO. LTD., Dealers Taber HE Gray Dort is a different light car. Different in the im- portant things-r-in the power and' quietness of its motor, in the size and comfort of its body, in its economy. Different in all the impor- tant little things its equip- ment, beauty of line and finish, freedom from trouble, ease of hand- ling. Yet the price is less than that of most light little more than those that offer so much less. The or U I1M5; the Gny Dort SpecUl tb. or with and extn equipment, b cxtn; there coupe, and a wdu. All f.o.b. ChMhtei we to change wit boat GRAY DORT MOTORS, Limited, ChMhun; OM. In Urt CM ALLEN JACK, ALTA. OKAY- CAMPiELL, LTD, JAW, Dlitrittvttri tat HottP ;