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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESbAV, DECEMBER THE LETHBKnXJE UATI.Y HERATD IMC.K Eir Foster Stirs the League of Nations into Action Sianj and Canada, a reaction-among the. delegates. Repre- sentatives ot nations in all corners it iho, world another at stand to give assurance ot the of their roehts lu the wort, A' member ot Indian the Vrince'bf to Sir by 'gWag a vivid description ot the nyaim ot tjrphu in the east. He tieclartt the was Dec. George E. Foster, minister of trade, and coni- ,erce ot Canada, stirred the assembly the ot Nations tils uioru- by an eloquent appeal for action against the typhus in Poland and the njerc( of thi facing lu this a graver than the to Dr. Nausen) tha Norwegian aelegate, said that the typhus 'could be effect- ively fought wlth: price of two torpedo boat deslroyerc. He proposed the naming of a cpmnjlttce, to get the money.: One'of the acti of .the assem- bly this uipriiins was to.'appWYe the remarked, merely explanatory of the provisions of the covenant. j Plans for co-operation on technical organizations of the league by repre- sentatives Armenia and former Russian states, though thoso states are not admitted to lull membership, were also discussed today. tofes Fear New J German Plot m prtnoral- Canada hjnt-latnn of'llfft On TeUtions Slam, Sir George remarked, were tho {between tho aBsembly'aud the coun- ouly countries, that had responded cil for tho elimluotlo'n of thp entire with cash coutributloif'to the call of the'council for aid. said tbat the flood- gales are Sir Ociorge "o.t be said that the boiisibilillvi of the world have been dulled to calU." Sir .George's-reminder to tho as- sembly thai .much had been promised 111 aid of the anti-typhus campaign but llttlo had been except by paragrapli of ils report1 which jirq- vldesl that.tKe assembly had no power to'take up, guestlpiis' within clns'vc Jurisdiction of the council. Hou, N. W. Jlowell of Canada, made tha pointed, out the elmlnatlon djd u'ot change the present situation. This report, being merely could not tho whdl that change the 'relations between council arid iho assembly, 'Mr. Howell f Slleslans are permitted to vote Ide that abuses will result. (these persons' are permitted to vote at all Poland insists that they vote In Upper.SUosia; Newspapers hero allege a new Ger- man plot has been discovered in the THE CANADIAN-MADE Electric Clothes Washer A compact, sanifaiy, durable machine. Lightens the load of the busy woftian. Sold on easy terms. DEMQNSTRATED.AT W. L. McKENZIE CO. 70S. 3RD AVE, S. THE ELECTRIC SHOP. PHONE 637. WARSAW, Dec. nwssls by real Britain that Upper Sllcsians Mr- Col. on Query to Make LONDON, Deo. Canadian Associated Amery, under secretary -of state for the colonies, speaking li; (he house of commons yes- ng in Germany should be poruiitied terday, said that the possibility ot o vola at their" placc-s of residence ia arrangtag with the and he coming iileblsclte, which will de- ermlne the future disposition ot Up- er Silesia Is disapproved by the Pol- ih government.' ReplyluR to a com- jiunleatlou sent by the council ot am- lassadors, incoriiqrating the British other dominions for a wider extension to ex-service men of the privileges given their own'eMerrice men, was certainly worth consideration, but it involved questions of cost which re- quired careful IhveEligatlon. The !ov COBALT RICH IN ORE AND Ont.. Dec. Alfred Budarlck, aged 18, of celling liquor, was and costs, or four months' In jill, horo yesterday. He: sold bd'ttle''pf rum a man who got a tqree months' term for hating it la his possession.. o o Million Involved In Suit Over A Freight Vessel ilah, the Vollsli government declares'overseas settlement committee, ha saUVwas In continuous consultation with the dominions. hare already given freo pass- age to In Canada, but a further extension might Involve an expenditure by the overseas govern- nieuls which, they may not bo able to plebiscite area. They say thirty and Germans, for the most part gov-l" Col.'Norton Griffiths, well known in eminent troops, are In a j Canada, asked: "Will you make rep- o Import arras and ammunition for resentations to_ Canada with a view to use in case the plebiscite goes In favor ot Poland. METHODIST HEAD r AT VANCOUVER Its foregoing the imposed to iirevcnt there and coming unemployment No answer was given. VANCOUVER, Dec. Her. Dr. S. D. Chown, general superintendent, of the Methodist church' lu Canada, ar- rived here today from the Orient aboard the steamer Empress of Asia. He will leave for his homo In Toronto tomorrow. In Japan, Dr. Chown attended'tbo sessions of. the world's Sunday school convention. He declared that the con ference has resulted -in incalculable benefits to the and thaUthe whole country bad been aroused to For Mayor At Clareshobn WatchOutFor An Ireland In Canada i' MONTREAL, Dec. Calder, a woU-fcnown criminal lawyer of this city, active in Liberal circles, address- ing thftvWomen's1 Liberal Club here yesterday, urged 'the necessity of a >ermahent entente with the French that another Irish altua- lon' may riot bo'.' created 'a Canada. sold Mr. Cnlder, lave- the making of the eaina 'character, as the Irish question, not so bitter at present, but the only difference between the French Canad- ian the Irishman was tte. difference of a man who has something 'and wluts to keep it, and a man vrho'has not and wants to set He pointed'out turtheS that the habit of Anting the French. Canadian as a couater-lrritant.in political con in the French Canadian (from.Our Own Correspondent) Dec, B. Maxwell has .bought tho Jacob son NEW YflKK, Dec. Canadian Julius H. ilayer, iu an opiulon filed yesterday In the United States court of appeal declared that Gaslon. Williams and Wlsmare, a ew York corporation and charterer the freight steamship Lord Duffer- from the Canada Steamship Lines, .litlted, which was damaged ,on Keb- .ary 2S, 1919. when the Cunarsl-liner o.ullaula crashed Into It ID New York ay, has u right to sue Cunard line for th'e loss of cargo id use of the vessel.'- C'ounsel for the Canard line, while dniliting his client's blame fpr the. ollislon. objected to.iho suit on thi> round tbat the charterer of the. ves- el had no legal right to sue for-dam- gcs becauce 'he S-essel damaged did ot belong to'them. It is understood the Canada Steam: lip, Lines, which -according o the last edition of Lloyds, owns the advantages of Sunday.school and farm west-of toyn: and ,the former religious-education.. were, he'.owner, Lee Jacobsori, will sell hlo said, as many as people in the entire stock-of .Implements and live- Sunday processions connected, with stock by public auction on December the conference, and there were demon- strations of immense enthusiasm. Repairing War Damage "It's the Climate" Unntcellwl in NorlhSrnerica for its equanimity. Out-Jooi life c- ot.its besi, ttie year ronndi may be continuously enjoyed. It ii tKe GOLFER'S' PARADISE- It. thousand rniies of touring are un- surpassed'for motor traffic. 'Your last desire in home comfort will be met at the Travel in comfort by the CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES Tin Glut'l CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY One of tho biioya used in the lisli Clinitncl (iuritig the war. and novv Uken to Ulackwall for repairs. Mrs. A. Crawford Tells Hov Cuticara Healed Little Girl My lillle girl's trouble started with small pimples on the back of her head and they ipr'ead downhcrback. Thcpirn- ples were hard and red and they Itched and burned ten ibly. She Scratched and irritated them and they liter rle- .Vclopctl inio sore erup- tions. Her hair fell out and became thin and dry, and scaks fell oCfon her clothing, "I used a free sample of Cmicura arid the. pimples commenced lo dry up. 1 bought more arid when I had used one cake of Cuticuta Soap and ont.box of Cuticura Ointment ahe was heaied." (Signed) Mrs. Alonzo Crawford, 83 Parker St., Bangor. Maine, Jan. 22, 1920. For every purpose of the tollf.ind blth Cutleura Soap, Ointment and Talcum are wonderfully good. Sold throughout theDominion.CanadLanDcpot: W SI. r.il St., W.. KgraSQKjlAlTM wfttMt 4th. klc of J. B. which was sold by Auctioneer Irange, was a decided success. Prices ere very good all the way through. nd 90: per cent, of the entire sale was or cash: The annual meeting of the town ot llafestiolm was held In the -council liarhbers on Monday last. The meet- rig was well represented by the rate- ayera but'inucn- disappointment was hqwn by those present when it was rti'Bwn Aat only two of the council- ors "we're present. to give their- re- xjrts of -tho towh .business lor the >ast year: O. Ij.-Relriecke. and family motored o Cardston on. Sunday last, .return- ng on Monday They -a ere the guests .f and Mrs. Owen Wllliarns; Mr A. P. manager of NEW YORK! Dec. of a opinion: by''Solicitor-General Wllllai Frierson, -holding IhatHhe iederal'pro- applies to Unite States' snip's; the high seas or ii foreign waters as well as in home Her were received by steamshi companies.here today. Frank C. Mun president, of "the Munson line, de clarecV last -night 'if such an opinlo was permitted" fo become effective "United.1 States -steamship companle well go pat of the traspenge business M They could; with' foreign not he sali cotnpaniefl operatln he TJnioa Can-aia' a wlnt, has been called by his oahS'bn in. Inspection ionr In his i absence ils place will be tal.cn by Jamea rhorne, formerly of Borons and Ofotoks. Nomination day has again epmeapfi ;ono and by the list ot those nom nntcd It would appear that there, would be some election The race for :he mayor's seat will be -exception ally.: close as Both Knight, "the present mayor, and Ringrose, are well known lii this district. ships on which liquors are sold TARIFF; COMMISSION SOON FiNISHE ,OTTAWVDec Canad'a turned to Ottawa this morning, its i qijlry Thcfe w be a B co eluding meslhig' (n Ottawa and th commission a ill then begin the actu work of preparing its recommend tlons for'' submission. to: council vessel, also fcas a claim for CM sustained In Ihe coilleloa A man went to Washington to ex-' plaiu to the officials that he didn't know, whcro to flnd the one pei-sorj who could prove his claim to citizen-. ship. He found his nileslrig wUuesa walked into a department ot fice to relate his troubles. Lends Fragrance to the simplest meal "SALADA" is purei whblesome and delicious., 1 Btndmikpoctcud yricajrwi luuiilyoa MM Black, Greener Mixed Tw. smokeless powdeV In their pipe of peace HAVE YOU TRIED IT YET? NOT B L E A C H E' D PURE W- H O 1 L s E S 0 M YOUR DEALER HAS IT OR CAN JGET IT. BIRDSHOLiU CHILD IS THROWN FROM HORSK IS SERIOUSLY INJURED Cuticura Talcum Always Healthful (Frora Our Own Correspondent) lOHKVOST, Deo. marriage of Charles Herbert; Baldwin of Faith, Altai, and Mabel Ebetu yergc of Van- couver, B. C., was quietly.solemnized at'the Foremost parsonage in'the pres- ence of a few friends bjr Rev.-J. D. Taylor, ou Tuesday, ten o'clock. A partyj In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Baldwjn Altorado school on Tuesday evening. VWnllo the three children of Mr. and Mrs., Body of Birdsholni. were horse- back riding on wera thrown off and'oiio of them, Roraney, il'yo years old, suffered "rather severe Injuries' to his shoulfler. Ladles' Aid met at the homo of j Mrfl. Roberts on VrCdnesday afternoon. [Among other business discussed they arranged have the .upstairs of tho parsonage finished. They also einect io have a recital by Mr. J. I'rank Fotiche early in the now year. D. Taylor raid to Ta- lier off Monday, Nov. 29th, to attend [bo.brganlzatloii meeting'of tho Taber Ministerial Association. Jlr. ami Mrs. James Thompson havo s'Ou'o 10 Calgary for a visit. Miss Saul has relumed home from Calgnry. Mrs. Orcen ol Calgary Is visiting her iiareiila, Mr. nnd Mrs. White. llrs. mills of Medicine Hat, Is vislt- inc in town. .Mrs. A. Bird, of Dlnlsholm, has gone to visit her sons near "Mrs. Ilobcrls and ,Merle weTit (o Ixithbridgo today. SASKATCHEWAN WILL "SPEND IN '21 liEOINA, Dec, cslimaleB for the fiscal year ending April -SO, 1022, '.as Introduced in tho legislature call for a''total expendi- ture on all accounts, of us compared with last .sos- ,slon. Of.this amount Is revenuo accbantj. to capital account; to ielerhono revf.nnc acconnt and 000 to the agricultural aids act. Tho principal capital expenditures are 1276.600. for construction of public I buildings, for public Improve- Jmente, for telephones and I ralBCellaneOtis. Tha public Uebt will require, Tho amount allotcd for education is and for Ihe administration of "But for Real Smoking, Give Me When you're digging into work, or digging out for or topping off a good meal, or enjoying the evening at home, or taking a final smoke before'bed, thafs the time, a fellow wants his pipe arid SENATOR SMOKING TOBACCO Have you tried this bright Virginia tobacco, that makes the old pipe "taste sweeter than ever, and is so "Deliciously Fragrant? In ISc. Packages and Va pound ;