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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1920 THK 1 JSTHHIlliXi E. HfiH PAGE Committee "on '.Armament al League of Nations Has Sol- ujion in TJiree Stages CbNEVA, Dec In three stages Is the substance of the recommendation the committee 'on innamenla of the League of Nations nlake io Iho assembl) its deliberations: Tie first tlaga would be maried bj an agreement among ihe powers to make no further increases la anna monts s The EeicODd-Gtaso of. tlie recommend- atiojKis a gradLal reduction in. arraa merits' The third jitago wo aid be lha{ ot general complete disarmament except that iusofa" as arms WLIO needed for police purposes M Doret, delegate for Haiti seeded In securing the adoption by the committee ,tbis morning of an amendment' the" coun- cil of tho league inaugurate a propa ganda campaign for 'disarmament minds us ije put it, meaning the ore; paratlon of tho lounger generation for tha new order of things by proper education in. tbe "thools Lithuania Not' Jts acceptance of the' provision gator> jurisdiction, etc The clause would further stipulate that this obi! gatory jurisdiction become red procally binding upoh'all those.nations" i hich acceptance This is far from the original ideraaiids ol sbnio notlpns but hope la that fhi example ftifplth, the first nations tp accept the clans? wiU bo a moral force stron'g enough to'obllge others suit Ltthnaria it decided br the commission on admission of new states resferdaj, not be made a member of tbe 6t Natiomfdur ing the presoat assembly but will be granted the privilege of participating In (be work technical'commissions which privilege's.' alao eto be eitend ed to Armenia Albania and Georgia This decision virtually completes the wort of the commission. t f---- BAtFOUR, SANITARIUM NOW FINAJ.LY CLOSED tto'departure of the staff ottM Balfour Tobercnlar Sanatoriumv for ex finally dosed down The British Columbia patients are at Tranqullle and the Alberta patients at Bowness Tie structure built by the Canadian Pa clflc Railway, as_a to'urlnt hotel and known as Kootenaj House wns leas ed by the federal during the nar oba Merchant BADLY ILLiEO No.Sympathy Shorfn fo atC. A.. A. U Meefmffat' Winnipeg WiNNIPEG. v (Canadian annual session of Iho UroJ was-contLiued carl} hour this uioYmng bjt nothing of 'importance- was decided though thero wal, considerable illscuseJoa ou matters pertaining to tie' welfare of the assentation The much discussed question ot tU stand'ng of physical, directors was finally after, a "discussion which'Jasted hours, when I' that 'physical instructors who have not become1 professionalized for any other reason should be regard ed amateurs v said Dr. A; S. Moiiro. "I can tell you of appalling 'conditions among them xtwuse ol tHa lack o! medical atten- :lon. will not attend There .waa a duty to bo per- fonueeVfor the improvement ol such coBtended Dr Youro, If he Oriental glrU were considered ell glbte'fo> tha hljrh schools and the uni- versity 'le think the hospital could; (hem admit- They would itever compete with -whiter women, The Eradnau'; nurses had expressed as opposed. to the pro- Considerable, time Spent off registration Question j the, first resolution decided, upon engaging In open competition inil that SUC.Q registrations be reported to. thej national registration committed for purposes of maintaining record' S "And that this resolution be not ef- fective until allied members ooen communicated with j r The of tffc''Alberta and BritJsTi Columbia branches for- the intermingling ol amateurs and jrofes stonale in sportf received stilt opposl' tion, and was defeated by'a laVge mar HfitlBM attd1' 4 Assodation Found fo iBe Much j Needed in Have Aniateur Card's A' X f l-'f WINJflPEO Dec Cahad tan Canadian Amateur IBasebnll association Trblch nas or- ganlzcd last year but did nof git f- A where dunngjhe past 12 monlbSj was re-organized on a mucli stronger basij Jiere this rejiresenla- live attending the A. A TI'ot.G an nual mefllnK pre- line ot actipi W report which showed i tion iyas much needed in.Canaaa was the1'tonsdtu-' tion of tie Ontario aisocia tion asja-iastf for tbe Canadian-body dt was plso de cided be made to local bj Board 'ectoWef'Vancomer Gen- ital Hospital WQtfvVfR. BC, Deo to train W Vancouver General Hospital, least until the matter hai beenjriten furthe-- con side ration. doweled at a meeting of ttia -nhicb deferred tie'wliole question back to a special i MacjBaolienh Eupennlendent of the hospltaVdeclared ttat the train Ing of many good undoubtedly daslr "ed afterwards o? arousing discord harmony and ci-ordin' IVmllltatea against it> ,Hhe general enpetin lyosed to tlie Injrodnc', taken by Miss.Johns, M-ho'alsb recotil, tne sugges1 17 Ald'erman ONLY. TABLETS MARKED ARE ASPIRIN Not Aspirin at Ail without the "Bayer Crosj" Tie BSMB "Bayer' identifies tlia genuine Aspirin, the Aspirin prescribed by physic ana for over nine tccn ycnrs nnd now mnclo in Canada buy nn nnlirokci of 'Bayer tablets of Asp- conUlns proper for CoMs, Heiancho, ToothachOj Furachc Sen lis, 'olnt Pains, and generally .cost but in .wnicn a few Larger "Bayer" ------If only one mutt lay (9 the Iraflo mark la Canada) of Barer Vanttfaelnri> nf be tltmpcd wllh scncra] Irafi mark, Croat' Company rlneh A Christmas Gift A Savings Bank Pass Book, with a small deposit, an ideal present for your children. Our Manager will be pleased to co-operate with you The Royal Bank of Canada Total Resources ?5080COOOO I-olhbrldgo B. Mnckay, Managfi'r." Branches at Cirdston and Taber province with a! view lation passed to pfevenV fair boards money pnzes for aib letic competitions The president and sec'relarj were authorized to sign articles of affiliation -with the C A U and that ill players under tUo jurisdiction of this association" must present amateur cards betorejobtam ing carols in any league in the assocla lion An effort Trill be mpde to secure eVery prominent league in each pror ince to affiliate to cnd'eavofito sUgo iplay-otf for Canadian liext jear c Vy T The foPoWlng officers "were elected President M 0 MacVeil Winnipeg, first vice C A Hlfjdcn Calgan', second rice president, Oliver Voung Port Arthur, secretary frcas urer J Smttb, Toronto INCREASE MILLION GRAIN !N STORE OTTAWA, Dec. Praas.) Grain in store lit the different iiubl clojators throughout Caitada-for'thB "week December 3 Increnaed by bushels as compared :with Uie previous. Voolc. The IncrAiso In the amount of wheat In store- was bushels. In western elevators there waa a slight decrease in the wheat ,in-6lore while at: vators at Fort William and Port'Ari Ihur tbo decrease was bushels. In? the 'public elevators In llio east, however grain In store increased by bushels in barley and flax. KING ALBERT OBTAINS INTERESTING COLLECTION OF INDIAN RELICS RIO DB Oci. Albert of tho .Belgians, when sailed from -Rio jn'r'home on October 1C titter a monlh's visti to lirazll, took ;wilh Jilm a large collcc lion of objects nnd anllqiiilics Illus' of Iiidinn lite In. Matto GrOiso I artd other Brazilian' slates. ?he 'col- lee lion was made by General Ihe famous Brazlllari'cxpjbi'ef rompanied Colonel Roosevelt on his apedftlon'to the Dpiiit Besides tools and utensils iisei vnrlous'tribes. b( Brazilian 'Indiana now and In the past, King Albert, who had shown much interest In and know- lodge of the subject, also took with hlm'nu album bf 200 pMhlbgra'plls'atid several of tho published works of tin! liondon commission. That commission has for some years been raplorlng the interior 'of. vtha rounlry and constructing government telegraph lines Films sjipwlng the work o( the commission are now be Ing exhibited In Rio do'-Janeiro and ara nwakonlng great piibjlc Interest. Branlforil B6afd 6f Education will asjc Iho city council to submit law at the municipal elections to ralso for s IKhool ihe wholeaalc iame at Bran- (a. one of Manitoba's out- merchants Ho bellores that cl.osey ot the lards K, the praiHe railways will ease the taiatlim and will go far ha national debt ij a; Dp and It was thought In view ol that situa- tion the Oriental girls would not re- ceive'the.sympathy of those 'above them. U. S. FARMER LABOR PARTY CHICAGO, Dec. The national coiaajfltee of party non' (n sess'on here, has reslratted the pariy constitution 'so that Jt will be possible :to absorb numerous smal- ler political organizations. Questions of policy and' the' future plans of tbe also being con sidered i MAYOR DENIES He KISSED ACTREST Mednrlc Mar' tin, of this city, has requested ol Montreal to deny deny a story that he wai klseei k? 1) ot Marcus s moving jiicturo aoj tresses, tq whom hV extended-an olbl. clal welcome last month mayoi) declares the entirely false, tail claims ho has n (tnesses who roborato him it appears that; the storj hid Iis origin in tKf nte? prise of the press aaent who the civic reception la said J.'J.'Banfield. Thp eiris EOT in training should be consulted) said George Cotlrell It is not Christian' were the words used Stoddard, pleading llio cause of the young women of Calneso or Japanese parentage "I also tako exception to Mr. Daii- field's sald'Alderman OVeii It Is a oufistion which affects the whole Co- lumbia If >ou take in one. you cant refuse a second You tho OH cntal women into direct competition own They do not become citizens ind I do not tnink they ever will 'We luvo hero 10000 Orientals DODD'S PJ1LS GOOD NEWS FOR PRAIRIE FOLK The Cdtt6r of Tltfc of at most'- reasonable rates In excellent hotels nnd.tiparlrnonls in Vancouver and Victoria Splen (ltd rooms a day np or special monthlj inclusive board ratcx if desired Stale' el-IPs holel rqeuire'il and anmbe" family Wrile ;lpday enclosing -itanips lOe foi full accurate Information nnd largo packet free superb booklets Office Tht Traveler, Suite tj, 'kf Imperial Block, Vancouver, Dr Alexander of Chicago III, mill Hddkss a tW6 send-foWer by ro- t irn mall flu- gpr- vice nureau ill fooV alter Jou when you arrjife t Address, (Vanc6uVer Pub- licity Bureiu, J It DKr] ?on Mgr, 339 8t VancouveXx Ct ;