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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1921V THE LSTHBBlDfiE PAH.T HERALD f Secretary Zionist Organization of America-'Reyiews Situation o. Nov. de Haas eioeutlve secretary of the Zionist Or eanization of.America told the mem :onterenco wrote the.Balfour decliVa- URGES FUSION OF i. ii. _' r- ------____ Ion into the-Turkish-Treaty black, dospair was lunicdtlnto a new and! never experienced b.e de- clared. that offnri ihn Orcaniza Ion ot America poured all Us strength and whenever the dory of political development .ot the> movement from to April shall be told; un- allnted will ;be given to Presi- dent Mr, de Haas continued. Touching on the present situation Mr da Haas said 'The; appointment, ot Sir Her bert Hifh Commissioner to Palestine was in tho eyes of moit, even more than the Sail Romo aad tiere 1? pleat; ol evidence that Sir Herbert has brought a cew spirit Into Palestine and has mails a wholesome readjustment o forces has etld enlly corns ojerJSde'stlnoisnd that Is whilo Rim LIBERAL, FARMER AND LABOR PARTIES Talks Of Possible ists made to save Palestine, as a: Jew- ish homeland. When the pan Remo There 15 nothing in the world quite so nourish- ing or helpful as Scotfs Emulsion for thin, anemic girls ot "teen-age." Il well-worth trying. flit 20-31 Wot that orsankaUon !n Ihelr that the ventton Jjero-touay that President Wil- son, the members of his cabinet and officials .of the United States "govern- ment seconded every effort the Zlon pier, problem ot tho general de- velopment ot Palestine still waits upon the settlement ot tho northern and eastern boundaries, a problem that Js being settled outside of Pales- tine Lid the me'bods to be pursued in the actual development of the home- and aa a homeland, mast, in rable measure, await until the League Nations has approved tHe terms of ic mandate vrhlch are still in the making." According to Mr Straw- of perfect flavor. American Organization is paying rom 70 fb 80 per cent of the budgets t the entire movement From Sep ember '1S19 'Ainer- can organization patd out J75.MO a month' to' the International Orcaniia- Ion, including the cost of maintain- ng In Palestine the" American ZIon si Medical Unit In conjunction with. Jotot Dlstribntion bunijalttee Since Jnly the commitments have been changed so that the International Organization receives a month and the To keep the flavor perfect we cook the red lipe strawberries as soon as they come from the fields. Insist On Quaker Brand Strawberry Jam DOMINION CANNERS de Haas1 report. WASHiKOT OS'i Dec. Ing tho Japanese question freely and franWy In a carefully prepared ad- dress -delivered today In tho house, Kahn, California, chairman of the military committee, (Seciared that the United States hop- ed always to 'avoid war, and that If "the statesmen, the publicists, tho pol- iticians, tho agitators and the dema- gvsuci Jipsii" really wanted war with the United States, they would be tho one to bring it on and hot Un- ited Slaes cllions." Tho military committee chairman look "occasion '-to reaffirm his belief i icy would test ''safeguard the country, er and tn.illlppjlre, who has brought virtually the entire place, is to re- build it. Theliuag Wick homeo which thrifty, townsmen erected long years back will be "renovated and reinforced. BE REBUILT TO FORMER BEAUTY AND DIGNITY -Thai tho three great forces In Canada, the Liberals, Farm era and Labor, are working toward 6" common aim and against a reaction- ary government which has outrun its mandate, and that there should be a working alllanco ot these three, groups, .was the_thought expressed b> tuscell, Qnt Gardens will bloom again where rank grass and .weeds have won their way- SPAHTA.N Y, Nov. 2S -This little Aal1 and neat si4ewalks into decay from the will be replaced homely dignity It enjoyed a hundred SpeaTtlng of his plans for Sparta, years agOn-la-Jo be restored to I which Is part.of Osilnlng, Mr Vander cleanliness and architecturally simple lip decried stones that he intended beauty, to build modern tenements here. He- Frank New York bank- storation ot the old place to Its former cotnelyness is his. desire. Ot course we to get rid of wliat elements there- fro which are not the best in Mr.'Vauiler- iip said. "Restoration of the village architecturally will be accompanied by efforts lo restore Us morale." .The 'notoriety Sparta 'received n few years ago, when the district at- torney of White Plains declared Slag Sing convicts working, outside .the prison frequent .Its', saloons, helped the.- village's -reputation. Wealthy residents of Osslnin'g and of Scarborough-o'n-the-Huclson hall mile to tho south, have deplored; th? "Increasingly ramshackle" aspect o! tho place, and. Jlr. Vanderlip's object Is not only to Improve its "run-down character" but to "restore its Large numbers ot aliens are said to be evading tho income fax, due at the lime of their departure from the U. S. b> crossing into Canada, and em- barking for overseas from Canadian porls. HEAD OFFICE: VANCOUVER, 8. C. Simply dllsolve Peps tablet ia your month. --If ope breith carrln medicinal PiocTtpor, which Is released, to.all of the Ihroar, nasal and air where a liquid medicine could not possibly reach. This vapor de- all (emu vith which It cornel In contlct, foothei and heals the Inflamed membranes aad fortifies yob against cough j, coldj, throat, and grippe. Peps contain absolutely'ho' -t fill drags.and tafeit remedy for children. acroMit the name and date of paper, and null it (with Ic. Ktmp lo pay return postage) to _Cg- Toronto. A free trial packet will then be tent yon. All drag- gteti ttora Mil Me. box. peps "The. Frost's on. the Pumpkin" season is now. with as good a time as any to get ac- quainted here! SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY- -Per 7fl- Per I vC Per Ib. ................WC. .Plantation, Per .Old Country Peppermint, MA., Per" !b. Salted Per Ib................WC Fer'lb. Home-made Per Ib................4UC Bxtracte, many flavors, per tuba -Food Coloring (or Cakes, Per bottle............ HERE'S A SNAP FOR SATURDAY Cream OC- Per Ib. Peanut OC- Per Ib. ...............6DC Jfl_ Per KEIWS MILLIONS KILLED IN ACTION 'Wonderful Millions and mil- 9 of kilied'in action and .--uaands cml thtrasanila of victims relieved of bionchltis, astlina, coughs, and colds. There is great in the fact that Btienca has at lilt in-, vented iW-W-fcrid's "anreit death trap Bronchitis Miz- tqrc. With this remedy- gets right doyvn Sto, -buaineas, ;.and never 'in .its dcstrtfctiye .work until Iraco ;or jdlseasa ii completely removed i and..the 'victim restored to Letters' from all parts of vfomlerful literally pour- ing into headquarterir. .Kcad this-lelT. of "jsuffering from tbit lerriblo brohdhisl ordered by; all .iuedicAl- men" to closs my busincss.in Mdntreal and go south, 1o .a warmer; climatej noiicwlx your ad. ill for sail would mSfe iris! io before I leave town, and lhank the idid. My file hacking cough' has disappeared, .the. xvheczlng cough has'eeiacd si if by ipagic, and 111 dlseomfoitl gene tsiicg ..yonr wondetflil-.' Corn, 417 Montreal. There in no why yoa cannot epeeiHly re- itorcd to health if yoii-tako this rem- edy. Von aro natlified or Iho money is refunded, aecordin j to oar giaian- 'fee. Don't :'Buy a boltia now froni SOLO IN LETHBfUDOE BY THE DRUGiCO, Unemployment Situation Can't Be Dealt With for Toronto Alone, Premier Says 'OTTAWA, Deo (By Canadian Unemployment among return cd men was lild fu, strlSvng fashion before of 'the government todaj. Tho problem was presented inmaril} as fi6m Toronto, whence to da% s delegation came, but the dls cussion on tho general Bltua lion, and the premier It clear th'at anylhlng.done in Toronto yould hive to" be done minion goiernment conld consider a problem onlj from the national poml of i-Tliore was a'tctidelicy'in each cen- tre, Iho nrenuei said, replying to the delegation, to conaidef its own' Bitua lion as the lie had received i teleg'rRrif'frqnv the- premier Brlllsb Columbhi who aueuicd lo think lhal Oltawirwas tho proper place to get relief. Similar liad' been received from qtber. any, 'WnB dopeJn one centre would have to.'be done 'If grants. were made to Toronto, organizations :hrpnghoiit the country, ask for tho same treatment "Just keep In said the premier, "that what- ever 11 done bj us must be Canada The problem of "unemployment had been before the Dominion ment for some time, although before the war it was not regarded as z federal matter. "Insofar as the prob- lem 'is pno of tho T 'returned man suffering from the results war, il is our said Mr. Sl "Bulr insofar .as .the man 'Aja as able as anyone els 'c Phonograph Queen Awie M Mahogany or Blacl Walnut numbers, among its most appealing and exclusive features, tlie McLagan-Fleicher Reproducer, a sc'sntHic triumpli. It brings oul detail from a record iKat cannot be heard when played by in- struments equipped -with ordinary reproducers, The volume and richness of sound reproduced by mis lltlle device is astonishing. And ihe tone is so much more mellow, full and truthful. Il brings out the velvety soft tones; while the vast torrent of sound of n slreat orchealral finale .or bears not a .trace of ihat'unpleasanF blast so often heard. There ate no screws in the McLagan-Fleicher. io work loose, rattle or get out of order. xlt is the harmonious co-ordination of the Reproducei with the McLagan-Fletcher Tone Arm, and the sound chamber (hat has made the McLagan famous for its perfection of tonal reproduction. The McLagan range covers a variety of twcnly-iwo models from 'those of moderate expense to instruments that would grace the most luxuriously fiirnishcd homes. Any McLagan dealer will take pride in showing you this instrument m ils many different and lovely desions." THE McLAGAN PHONOGRAfrl-CORPORATION STRATFORD ONTARIO Willis Pianos, Ltd. Block Distributors for Southern ;