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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY PAGE FIVE LOCAL DELEGATE LETHBRIpGe 0 RAIN .PRICES Prloft today toad lotf -j Wheat'" Barley 150 MS Winnipeg Grain Dec tone ol the local wheat market was strong to- day up till the last hour, when In svm pathy with American markets both Dfr cwnber and May fell away to below opening During the morning De- cember touJhed May of and 3c from yester- 1 was considerable May wheat lor sale around opening flguree f the mandates and the manner In which they, wo he. .said. The mtolster of Justice'warned tha council 9! the league of of the responsibility It had assume; n withholding the mandate! from pub- ;clty. l4' i Will Pay Goods and. Examine Plan BRUSSELS, dele gates to the second ..financial confe erice" in session herc'elnborated toda thejr plans for paying reparation with goods and materials. :The representatives .were prepareVl who this morning's te the Germans what features of th plan seemed 'and wha must .be discarded. "Only one se.sslo was-.Keld .teiday.-'.as' the an French delegates were asked by the associates to have Individual conve satlons with German experts Thes Crjstal conversations vrere Intended to d velop fully afternoon the variou CHICAGO, Dec. got ail jlS toj _ i f Taylor 'of Forejnost, interment being at Burlington cemetery r j 'Mrs Sheets la slowly impfovin-j aad soems to bo on tha to complpts lecovery. __, Mr and Mrs, Mnrdo Mackenzie and officials and numerous en 11 and bust The detectives children left Saturday, Dec t for a' frregplan start of thOiVi'it to their people 'in Scotland British to tako wheat overnight being The'KomanyCathohi; Allar Society for ether early selling bj At.. -a i T FIRE IN ST. PAUL ST. PAUL! late, last tho 16cal element1 X hbus'e wHh'eaat em connections became n good buyer of the March delivery at the and a rally set In which brousht prices abovo tho low point Opening anota tlons which ranged from Hie lower to 2c higher, with March 163 to 164 and May 169 fo voroi foil owed ly "decided 'gains all around. Strength injrheat was responsible for a higher ringo In com The fea held a very successful bazaar yester day afternoon Mrs W 11 Klmmclt and two chil- dren have been.conflned to the house for a few days by sickness Mrs.iSIahcl Anderson of Ited her home near Wcstfield last .week. Mr Harper has gona to Gralngerj Tonge of Coaldale, has ieen quipped speed autos, 'ivere nlcred to'tour the citj, in da> and relays, on the lookout for gang tera Mr Enright tolay d'sagreed with udge VvhO ester la> ated tho forming of vlgllanco com uuuo uuiiicbuiuii vu-------------- mittees to the" number of 25 000, n j tna deliberate Action of mannfactur Tho hlaze' was one of the Alta Mrs. the position that the unusual 'number citizens arrylng arms 'would place a heavier esponsibllity! on .tlio' Bolico depart istnt 1 However, numerous organizations oday wore discussing emergency measures to (mure adequate police protection Hundreds of (stores dls played firearms wltliln eas> reach of (rare of the early trading was tho sell- for Mrs Sheets in town since, Tuesday helpinK to caro itft fapttae it CM Out th. attM u M the eojay. U Oe aH-nconf Bnawiefc. the v ftvnaMf of to au, dodn, bat t-hroo-jMaf the wktb yew, Ontt an drp, the Brantwlck, with itCaWht-f r cf X, Method of Reproduction 'It cowirrt of main fortuns Thi All-Wood Oral Ham built like Rne violin. Itt entW fmdara from ill metal and K> comply perfectly lam of Ai a remit, it tr-.d ptojtrtt' taatai tona whh irondtrful purity, powtr and tweernnt. 'Then thtrc h the" atl-hM4l> Ultorw, which ALL mikrt of Kit extct wriiht, correct ind predx 'ntttte. Nothing te Uke (iff or put mere twtit of the' wrirt' idlujU 'A IruUatly to ALL A. ''j o'f the German scheme for d llvertag goods and to determine th chances for payment more tho oughly'.than has been possible In brie Besslons of I he. conference. The German plan as has been ou linvd vtoulil provide for a supcn' Ing organization toj arrange fdr LOU tries ituat were awarded reparation lo order building material and other goods directl> from manufacturers who would he paid b) tile Geiniau sovernment from a reparations fund This fund would be created bj annual appropriations b> tho govern ment.'or eiso the all'es' orders would Wheri a Scream Startles You your heart jumps_up in your and you know one oi the children is hurt- run to the medicine cabinet for the bottle of Whether it is a cut hand or a gashed knee a torn ana, burnt finger, sprained ankle, bruise or open ''ABSORBING JR." fuU strength, It may smart for an it win cleanse the- wound, destroy jfennsTprevent infection, ease the pain and promote rapid and healthy healing. For utaaK cotton with "ABSORBWE and place h the tooth. Then rub lace with this itliaUe (topi tie pain. II children' cet tore throat or mike m uilH "ABSORB1NE JR.- You how i Sow handy, how eeceuaVy It b to keep oj "ABSOHB1NE JR.- ahrayr. ia the tans much pain uxl-wife-ing. I1.ZS a awl W. r. YOUNG Inc., CANT BLAMfr filled under a ssstem 6f credits FOR THE UNEMPLOYMENT I arranged liy Germany with Iiof Indus I trial grojps TOSONTO, IJec a statement! Issued today tbe executive council of j tbe'Canadian Manufacturers' assbcfa-1 lion declares that In view of the at tempts of certain and "lent deslroyeu-tne'-iraveller build sieakers to attribute tho present un a six storey slnictnre In tho employment and trade depression to dowitown> district i loss of 'ha deliberate of mannfactur Tho hlaze'was one of tho ri, the executive council takes this most difficult local firemen Invo liad pportunity to say offlcially that, to contend with Imnonths Several ,ese statements are not true 1 flromeu. wero' overcome by smoke Bales-nen and In plain of custom rs. the Merchants' Association call- ed n meeting for next Monday nlirlit a dlsctfss the situation lUe Brook yn ChambDr'of Commerce took simi- lar action The- Securitj League drafted protests to Mayor Hylan and to Governor Smith and In addltlbn offered reward for the capture alid conviction of the- murderer or murderers of Edwin W Andrews 5th Ave Jeweler, on Thursday after- noon. Added to the growing list of crimes, the police were confronted with the solution of two moro holdups com- mitted last night. Xttias Brunswick NOW at: "VE OiLpE FlriME" LIMITED 403 Soutri, Next Jackson's Drug Phone 582 P. S, MANAGER, ;'-v V Grant Mandates, _ Pacific Islands ___ i t Divided Between New Zealand ,1 Australia German Property GENEVA, Dec council o fho Leaguo.of Natiohs yesterday af torr-ooa oflc'aliy arpruved ino dral of tho mandates tor the former Ger man colonies submitted for approva bv New Zealand, AjstraHa, Britain the Union of South Africa and Japan The Island of Samoa was .allotted to New. Zealand. New Qu'fne and other Islands soulh of tho equate wero allotted-, to Australia and Naurii, I or'Pleasant islnnd, In the Pacific, a short distance 'south of the equator and just within tho old German sphere of Influence, (o Britain. Ger- man SonthvfSst Africa was allotted to Iho Union of South Africa, .and the Pacific Islands, north equator tfere given to Japan. The council de- fined the terms of; these mandates and 'laid down rules, under which the mandatories are to administer the ter- ritory. The' consent of the .council will be required "for" any modification of th6 terms. In tho case of dispute between a ani! another member of the Lenguo, of. Nations re- lating to iriterpreiatlon of the proTls- Ions of the.mandates, Jho. dispute .Hhall-ho cubraltted to the Interngtlpn- al cout; (K provided U tsa- CO IN ABSOLUTE COMFORT Spend this Christmas with old f ol ks at home 2 Trains 2 Daily Tickets sold during December bear a SIXTY DAYS and may be 'extended at desti- nation on" payment of JS.OOfor each f if lean dan. STOPOVERS" QUALITY SERVICE! SAFETY, FIRSTI COURTESY ALWAYSll The of the Back of ALBEM What better security .for your Investment than the general revenue and all the assets of.the Province of Alberta? There no Safer or Better Investment Offered to both the small or large investor, than Alberta Ten Year 6 peir cent Gold Bonds issued in. denominations of and and priced at par, (there being no, deal-' .er's .commission payable by the The Returns-are Steady and Sure Every six of May.nnd 1st ot NpTOrnber, Interest at the rate of 6% nnriura Is paid by coupon, and principal witli, Intcreat due 'wlllbe paid In (till oil 1st of May, 1930. Theymay be registered as to principal. Apart from Hie attractive rato of Interest these bonds bear, and tho fact lba( they ore frco from ill taxes In tho I'roTlnce of Alberta, tho citizen with tho Interest of the Province at heart, will readily see tho advantage ot th's form of Investment, since interest payments now going outside will us kept at homo. Now the Time to Invert It you haven't enough to buy a t% bond, start saving by rjurchaBlnk Alberta 5% demand savings certificates and exchange them laler for Oald notida. Send lor application form, or niotl your accepted 'cheque.-to tlio Deputy Provincial TreaouVer; or you way purchase, these.tloid bonds through your local bank, or Jrom any recognized bond houEO In (ho I'rovliico of Alberta. Hon. C. R. MITCHELL, W. V. NBWSON, Provincial Treasurer. Deputy Provincial Trfiiii. Parliament Buildings. EDMONTON ALBERTA ir? ;