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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, fHE I.ETHBWUGE DAILY HERALD PARR N1NB Fishing Before Business: Back at 7 p.m. F- PttCETBHEPl RC.OFL resident Wilson Pufs Forward That Sen- ator's Questions WASHIN'GTOX. Aug. Wilson has not the power to declare peace by proclamation, nor could he consent in any circumstances to take- such a course, prior to the ratification iormal Ireaty ol peace by the ____e. The president so wrote Sena- tor Tall today In answer to one of the 20 written questions the senator presented at the White House confer- ence Tuesday. to another question, president said the provision ot the treaty tliat It should come into force after" ratification Germany and three of the principal associated powers and that ft was "questionable whether It can be sail! that the league of nations Is in any Iruo tense created by the association of only three of the allied and associated govern- menls." As to the question of when normal conditions might bo restored, the MO.VTHEAL. Aug. annual meeting of shareholders of the Lake ot the Woods Milling Company is fnr October 3 and Immediately following a special meeting will be held to consider a bylaw proposed by the board to increase the capital stock. The present authorized slock is of which is com- mon and tl.iOO.000 preferred. The full amount of the preferred stock lias been issued and paid up but of the common there is outstanding, leaving a margln-ot only for any capital extensions which the company might desire to make for the future expansion of the business. It is understood to le the purpose of the board to prepare foi future expansion by increasing UH authorized capital. In the event o any part of the new company being issued now and being used there would be valuable rights to the share- holders. This doubtless was large! responsible for the advance to 200. FIVE-FEET-FOUR OF BENEDICT; HERO OR TKA.NKS RUMANIANS FOR HELPiNQ HUNGARY BUCHAREST, Aug. duke Joseph, the head of Hun- garian hat fiint a long telegram to King Ftrtilnand, thinking Rumania "for having helped Hungary In crushing the Premier Frledrlch has thanked Gen. of the Rumanian army for establishing order In Budapest. VISCOUNT GREY TO SAIL SEPT, II LONDON. Aug. Orey, the new Ilritish ambassador to the United Stales, will sail for America. on Sept. 18, it was announced here to- day. Angle worm diggers who supply bait Jor New York fishing UckU stores are on strike. They refuse to supply dealers with worms unless the latter agree to sell them to fishermen at 30 cents a dozen. on the Beautiful Uppsr Kootenay-.Lake. itit Fishing- in -Noisy Waters. eck write am a blackboard outside my.etere: busineiB, Will be tack at T.OI Jja.' However, I tauilly u lew aa Aty welL" Mr. MoOrejor la always ilatf to aaflwa Kule, and delighted U tell 'them all about the kind of tackle he ttede Boot cesstul 'I will aaswer any iniulr- les to any touriat at any says. Tliere are several cood guides for fishermen available Ratio. For salmon fishing It !s belt to mike Kaslo..headquarters, and take tie waters In a row-boat. Flj fishers are recommended to furnl h them selves with bread butter any goods they need, a frying pan, blank- ets, arid canvae for a tent, lira takt a motor launch and go to tie mowlb of -iom'e of the 'best Hating creeks, send lha -launch with Instructions to call back'a few days later, tne campers know: anything at all aboul fisbins'.tbcy ats likely toJind all Ihe tr'onl th'er eat' and lour to 'bring Somowltb' Ith'etny.1' Those.who have undertaken Wcb-a iblidiy. say lhat {f, we ell'could haveia few.'weete ot Ibis kind Of annually: tiere .would be IflES ccsccrn s In V tameC'tantera also- find a sphere for their activities In the ueishbourhood 'of Kaslo. .flve miles from ihe C.P.R. line, In the hunt- Ing season. Deer abound, and black a tent to-live (iiies.'iprDViBions from a coun- ij store., fish that they ciiii-U lUemselves and roast on em- 01 on ji lirlus pan that they lii.iflue. lake Upper Koolenay 1-nfcVimo consideration when thluk- Inj ordecldlng on a fishing trip. This (aJin and the streams that feed It knovvn to anslcrs outside Columbia than lb.ey Eboiilri be. Kaimsn.fHhins is uncicelied In the lake. B. McGregor, who Is an cn- "1 have'locked ray store door, w.ilhet (icrosj theistf.cet. Jumped into a row a'.ijnc and joi a .salmon In-less than h'altan hour." The.faes Hay b fishing Is frbn l. and Croni tie Seppnlber 10 Ihe middle fi-Novembrti" Mr1. ''McGregor again says: salrnoa wil'-iin hall 'a -door -on- Ihe- 20tn Jipww I'-.', knoirs aO'that Is -.the; Koolenay E? fe of''th'o .crec'Sa: and September. do considerable fls inf bedeclares. "In .la 1 am honest- about mr When bilins S weakness brows ous. A government asent vt Kaslo ssues licences to game The ecenerv in Ibis district It tl- tremely beautiful, tut trails are not yet generally opeued up.- Mr. Mc- Gregor In p.'Also oMhl glv cler. sceneir, In i at "l-p Trnerc Bee luountain peaks, ".lust tourist? to Upper Kootenaj Lake, IE one of the moalbeautifulIltUe.citlea in Canida centre ol ,a prosperous mining and truit jrowlng district In the Kootenaya, B.C., owes its nrisin aome twenty 'years ago tu a New Zcalacdei. Mr, D.'P. Kane, wlo with a reUoi T.rosperioi saw tit poaEl- 'illtlei- of the proDiontor) ifiicn t is located and le clea. the and establish a townsite. Orl- j H Was called Kane's Lanulnj, as the. community grew, a pic- uresque Indian 'ninie signifying the place where .th'e. blackberries Sixteen years ago the early residents began lo plant Iruit trees, ind-to-day there Ij more successful orchard country In Canada, cherries 'f particular- ly tlentirul. For .the mild cli- mate is largely responsible, the Koat-i enay-Lake never freezing over, The clly is surrounded by camps pro'vliiing copper.f silver, and NEW in his well-worn darned by this or lhat wile, as the case may president "said "he could only eipreas I stands Charlea H. Wilson a thin, wor- Oe confident opinion that Immediate rled little man, accused ot bigamy He ratification of tho treaty and accept-Uald he wasi the son of a Canadian ance ot the covenant of Iho league, as mlmsler ot the Gospel. He was brought written would "cerlatnly within the here from Wisconsin to answer the near future reduce-the cost oi living charge "Guilty." said when ar- both in Ihls country and abroad ralgned before Judge Wadhams loday through the restoration ol production In General Sessions, and commerce to normal." "How the Court. To Senator Mi's Questions relat- When the Illtle fellow straightened up 1 Ing to Ihe disposllion ol Germany's ana answered "Eight" there was a possessions the president said the murmur in Ihe courtroom. He looked arrangement In Ihe trealy conveyed around and seeraod to contemplate no title lo tile allied or associated everybody with compassionate eyes, powers, but merely "Intrusts dlsposl- "I'm a Y.M.C.A. worker, and a Irav lion ol the territory In quesllon to elling salesman and a Blblo student, their decision." said Wilson. "Germany's renunciation In favor of "Go said Ihe Court, .the principal allied and associated "In Wilson continued, I the president continued, "of studied the lives or Solomon and Dav iher rights and lilies lo her and Jacob. They had many wives, possessions is meant similarly lo oper- "About these women you me---1 ate as vesting In those powers a trus- were what sort o! teeshlp with respecl of their final dis- were Ihey, _ UosiUon and government" "They were trustful, Christian. "There has been a provisional omlcal women, said Wilson, with dis- agreement as to Ihe disposition ot nlty. "They ,were distributed over a these overseas possessions, whose con-1 period of nineteen years. I met them Ifirmation and eieciition is dependent here and there in my travels, most of upon the approval ol the league ot them in church, and I loved them all. nations and the Uniled Stales Is a Judge Wadhams gave it up, and said 1 parly lo lhat provisional agreement. Ihe would impose sentence.Friday. "The only agreement between-------------------------' France and Great Britain with regard I C0sl ot feeding prisoners at I to African territory, .of which 1 am sing sing lumped from cents to cognizant, concerns the redisposltlon u-f i cents during tho past year, of rights already possessed by Ihcsel (countries on that continent. "The provisional agreement referred I to In the preceding paragraph covers (all tho German overseas possessions In Africa as elsewhere." BRITISH LABOR TO BUILD 'A MEMORIAL HEADQUARTERS BLK. Pyorrhea h undoubtedly a vital danger to both EurrJtnd teeth. Tea-i dcr gums indicate it, and with it come I loosening teeth. Imperceptibly, at! first, the gums recede from tne normal gum line. -They prc-. sent many tiny openings for millions of bactcna to attack the unenorceled tooth base, i; Tooth-besc d'tcay quickly follows. Even if tho cavity be filled and the tooth saved, the gums con- recede. Remember, too, that jnfhmcd and bleeding gums act as sc many doorways for disease germs to enter Ihc joints or causing other ailments. Against this Pyorrhea (Riggs1- Dis- ease) ordinary tooth-pastes are power- less. Yet Tj-orrhca attarts four m.-t of five" people 'who are over forty, and' many under this fcce. But Fprhari's' used in time ana used consistently i prevents Pycrrhear It IS a scientific tooth cleenser as weil.! Brush your teeth .with-H. 'Sco bowi promplly bleeding or gura .ceases how your tceia'are ]rppt: white and -Vy T'lf- gum-shrinkage has. already. b, start using Forhan's and 'consult special GUMS AYS TITLES ARE BOUGHT AND SOLD 0---- AtrtaHng Qjireci-' 'of Man Who ''rr A Sra '.Who'. 15ad Turn ,that Ignnilus Trfni'lsch Uncolii is lo be rl op or (b rtiihsars5 ;of whi ch .co un- try. Isri-a- recalls' a career of a i'ratfier'.'iinin'ite 'character, ;Jn- the cource of was a' clergy.- man.-'a.niemBor'df'lha BrillsH.Pnrlla- and became private secretary to -5Ir 1. S.' Rowntree On whose., behnlf, he ravelled extensively- 'on' the Conlin ent. ;.'...j 'He a Lib jral, arid 'for hi consllluency, 'A'fter .aV'slrenous cam palgn, 'lii wonderful'git of.oratory stoodjiirn .in'-good .stead lie succeeded in zdefeating, Mr. Pik 29 volcs'at.Ilia Vor no'nrly a year he, was Darlington' and'lheA resigned' ground'ot'expehse.' .'i The next heard ol him- was tha ho bad compounded with his crcd tors for 5s. ta the his llabllitie being Lincoln then took to travelling i Rumania and Galicla, and in Augus 1914, he was bock In London with a appointment at tha G. P. 0. as Hu garlan censor. After that ho went to German (having failed in 'attempt lo b early u.o'cime' a. convert to attached lo tho Brllish Seer Christianity', am! went 10 Germany Crcal Britain lust be freo of pne of llio iijosl amazinp and no- lorious roEucsr have come lo 'light 'during llio' great war (says the Kveairi'E.Sthmlard-) ivot'ody years has had a hjslory "like MiisMncliily. Ho was born.oh (ho.banks ol llio Diinube ol parents who} Ilungar-'an After ail exdllrig 'and cliccjiicred eneral Page Croft, Chairman of the National Party, Offers to Prove Claims. tender spot In Brit- sh political life today Is the dlspen- allon of titles. These are awarded, f course, iy the king, hut on the nom- nation ol the prime minister, and the ritlclsm of reformers Is lhat titles avs been given for a long time and jy various prime ministers for purely party services and practically bought >y contributions to parly funds. Tho House of Lords has a peculiar nlcrest in this mailer -because the old, noble families are Jealous ot har- ms Ihoir caste lowered by Ihe addl and Canada