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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta r ,5 HT ^I'HE LETHBRTDQR PAtLr HERALD {Headeney of Harding Policy is Being OvtUned in Wash-ington '.WASHINGTON. ~ Pre�ident-elect Sti^ias's pboio^ vot a, seeretary ot fetaite will b* � itiAB terora aa Im-medtmte peace HUM wtth Cknnanr, complete aba&doimeat of the League tit Nations corwaai aa It h bow draft-(^,' and a new pproaeh to the irorld jpowers with Th� Hapie tribunal tdea as the foundation of an international means for preserrlngr peace. This ie the definKe uaderstandias of foremost Republican leaders followins the departure of Harry Daugberty, the "Colonel House of the Hardlns administration," who has been.here in conference with Republican senators for oeToral days. Oaugherty, for the moment, is in New York, and Harding: is in Panama. There can be no doubt that leading j �Republicans here regard the Wilson j S'jeaguo of Nations as destined for del- j iaitc and complete ahandonmont by' the Harding administratien. As one ieader put it. "the present covenant iri^l not be recognizable in the International tribunal plan we will adopt." Knox Program And in this connection, it was slgni-Scant that Senator Knox, Wednesday, broke eilenco for the first flme since the election and declared his intention to reintroduce his original peace resolution in the Senate upon reconrenlng of Congress. His plan, to which Harding adhered consistently throughout the campaign, would effect peace with Germany at once and would tben pro-Tide for the virtual rewriting of In-terniatioaal-law, this law,to be enforced by an international court, all powers to agree to arbitration and the tin-Ited States to agree to enter a world conflict,when, and if, civilization Is again threatened. It is regarded as certain that Knox would not have made this announce-aent Wednesday unless he were sure iiiiiii CAN'T DELiyBR ^^UbQME^^T OTTAWA, Doe. 3.^(c(an. Prolis.)- Owing to the time that has been taken up with the contfmied hearmg of the express rates case, , the Board of Railway Commissldiiej^s will be unable to deliver judgmenit thlp vyeek \^ the apBlication ;C� thi^ Manitoba gohK^n* Ihent f^ arabfpensi^ df freight- and passenger rate* 'in6r�aa6iB argued, recehtiy, It.pHl^ably #111 be well toward the end ttf next 'nreek before this judgment ia banded down, bK:the board. . r Residence tff Mr. and Mrs. Jesse T. Strain, where John Doughty boarded In Oregon City. Mrs. Strain and her little daughter are shown In the picture. All the family were warm friends of Doughty. TO USE ECONOMIC BLOCKADE WEAPON GENEVA, Dec. 3.-A definite plan for use of the economic blockade against members of the League of Nations breaking the covenant was unanimously adopted today by the sub-commission on blockades of the league. The members of the commission expressed the belief that the plan would give the league a very effective weapon against offending members and do much to prevent serious inter-nation disputes from developing into actual wars. The members declared themselves confident that the scheme would be ratified by the full committee, and later by the assembly of the league, Details of the plan will be published In a few days, it was announted. A public session of the armament comrola-slbn will consider the plan. Bert Rowley is in Jail In Kitchener charged with abducting a 16-yeai'old girl. Send a Dominion Express Money Order. Five Dollars costs three cents. ONLY TABLETS MARKED ,"BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayer Cross** Tot Colds, Pain, Lumbago, Stiffness, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuritis, and for Headache, Neuralgia, Toothache, Earache, take Aspirin marked with the name "Bayer'* or you are not taking Aspirin at aU. Accept only "Bayer Tablets of Aspirm" in an unbroken "Bayer" package which contains complete directions. Then you are getting real Aspirin-the genuine Aspirin pre-scnbed by physicians for over nineteen years. Now made in Canada. Handy tin boxes containing 12 tab* lets cost but a few cents. Di-uggists also sell larger "Bayer" packages. Tkere la only eae A>ptri�-^