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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1920 THE LETHBRTTJfiF DAILY ITERAtE PA United States Must Get Into The League Lloyd Talks About Fut- are of ia Armaments Must. Cease .ROMS, Dee; Lloyd presiding at it luncheon given th e B rHith and dom lirtoa delegates to the recent League' ot -Nations assem- bly the league wobli never; MhleTe real progress un- ,'tll all the nations were represented; Mr.' Uoyd; George said he looked hopefully to 'United States comtug Into the league. This, he asserted, waa essential. There couldbe no real peace, de- clared, the premier, until competition In armanwnta. ceased and before dis- armament wu possible all the nation 3 must be In the league, for all must march together, Mr.. Uoyd Oeoriie said ha glad to know Wat, all were doing eome- To of delicate con- stitution, young or old, is nourishment and tonic that builds up ,tfe whole body. e. Toronto. Ont 20-18 king. He asserted that If the Gen- eva assembly had existed In August 1SU. the war would htvo been Im- possible. He was sanguine then would be no obstacle to .Germany's admbslon to the league It sbe manl- 'ostc-d an Intention to fulfill her ob- ligations. There was no on the ana band laboring for the association of na- tions and for the. establishment' of peace, the premier and on the other erecting great armaments la order to force other nations into com petition ID that terrible race for aroiameuU which had: more to do with late war than almost any other, individual force. Mr. Lloyd George said the could not take the risk ot disarma- ment until'every nation was included. It could be done only by agreement. .wmiuiuCukj thing which could be done secretly and behind closed-doors; it must bo done In? such a way that, everyone knew, BO that the. 'agreement once ar- rived at wan1 at once respected. Mr. Lloyd' George said all the na- must reach a common agree- menl and not "start again'that dlsas- trous rivalry In armaments, which must Inevitably end la aiclata un-- less arrested. r I Certain amendments, be would necesssrj- before the lea- aT really effecUve.ei- ppnaet; of InUrtUtloBal -The league had already done much, the premier "aiserUi tblbeV jIt-had ta'e-.ttatoi of: labor 'lirbughont the world and bureau wu doing tnat Thai league's most prob- ably wai the establishment of the International conrt of Justice, he de- clared, which would iha'T'e' a Tery dc- ,'termlnlng effect on bternatlonal JUE- In the future. 'Tino on the Fence Brussels Financial Conference ia.Hopeful of Beaching 1 Agreement TEN-YEAR-OLD STABBED BY A v NINE-YEAR-OLD New Yorf( Dirty LWls Terrier NEW YpRJO Doc. Fighting with a playmate (or possesiUm of a stray Frank Volllo, aged 10, was stabbed probably fatally last iitjKv Jaraefc Roraanello. nine years old, with a dirty Wle terrier at bis heels, ''walked Into a police station anj surreiflersd.blmieir. "i'rn'sonv Ho wanted to take th? doe iwsy from' me. I didn't ;fBRUSSKL3. second flnkrieUl conference here between the representatives ot the allies and Ger- many to-discuss German reparations adjourned'at uoon today until Janu- ary 10 Before adjourning, the allied nman H hurt lis was a good prospect ol tody of children's society officers, [rg an agreement on the concessionsi asked by Germany and Indicated wills.continued good will on both sides' UNEMPLOYMENT AT MOOSE JAW; during the January sessions, a solu- ;NQOSE JAW; Dec. lion of the reparations problem would elect Dr R, H Smith Com bo In sight and Mrs H The Gorman delrgaie- said thei Green this cltyjE representatives to not make public any statement the. conference with the provincial Must Have Co.ruent of Athena Sfill Crazy Over King the King to be, whiche-ver you ot Greece Is _.., stilt politically on the fence Here he but'lt government on the a.ues Is shown actuallj on the fence at his era parl Nt Dergman, head'of Hon Ot unemploiment left this raorn ,1 home in Lucerne oncern At Three Rivers the German delegation, at lha COB- IDE for.Reglna'. .The Unemployment eluding session expressed to the con- situation: and- iconsequent hardship ference the appreciation of tho bual- which IS already .being felt here will -v stressed by the delegates hesfUke methods followed which had resulted-In excellent results. Ho said heVv'as determined to return in Janu- continue his efforts, with good; hopes of eettllng the reparations questtm Lord D'Abcmon, Brillsh ambassa-! dor to Germany and a member ot tho THREE mvEHS, Qae., Dec. firlttsh'delegation', said Leltera patents have just been lesu progress made during the con ATHENS, Dec. of, Greece plans to visit the Greet army' in Asia Miaor, on the Sir.yrna front' some time, about New Year's.- Htej trip there Is conditioned upon the don-1 sent of the nllles being glvfn, and it' t'U'Utuu uiii iua't'liii; law'KiilK- Alex- ander was given permission to go to Asia Minor by tho allies.. Alexander's visit to the GrceX troops', hovcTer, It li The people if Athens continue their celebration of the return of line> the streets wlta limbs at palm Irees and holdlbg Mllagers near Athens are preparing to present Conttantlne ivltk a go den cavalr) saddle the cott of which I; estimated at It you want to make a thief call him a thief ed by tbe Quebec government to the ference IB'very, satisfactory. Be Y6ur Beauly Doctor Of Los Angeles j LOS ANGELES, Dec. A mess- employed by the. Security Trust and Savings Bank here was attacked the heart of the main, business dls: trlctj noon today" and robbed of -a satchel' accordinB-tu'uio report' to the por The, salcbelwlth-yhich the man- fled contained boh-negotiable 1 chequei and J e.BOOj in old, ragged cur- rency'that was to a national bank for redemption. Adjournment ot Ihe conference un- "Canadlau International Paper com m 10 was taken to enable pany" of Three Rivers with a capital, to gel further Infornia- of The new company pps- tlou 'on-the questions submitted by Besses hugo now buildings in Three thf: allies and facilitate nil Invesilga Rlvors where it began yesterday to Uon 61 'payment ol Ihe German debt manufacture sulphite. The manu-, .abroad other matters facture ot paper will begin neit sum allied experts met this after mer. .The company has lumber limits for a final exchange "of: views in the Si. Maurice district sufficient arid to plan the conversations; be-, for all needs during the nest hundred tween the German and allied exports' years. The temporary directors' are; continue during tho holi- Philip president of tho Inter days Lord DAbernon is going to national Paper company of and Berlin in coiiuec- York; 'Robert F Grant manager tion with the nod ol the conference, the St. Maurice Lumber companv, Three ItiverafHon. Jacques Herr Se'rgman, under-secretary bt H.P.; Phil Bcique, K C, and state for the treasury ind head of tiie HOT. Wilfrid Ganepy, KC, of Three qerman mission to tho reparations Rivers. commission fi Pans is chairman of The .company has the right to; ;the JSerinan delegation to the second manufacture and deal lu ail kinds of'nninclai.conterente and not Signiund wood, pulp and paper Eergmann as had previously been er- roneously reported 114 welry Ine Giit or Permanence satisfaction, .maximiim enjoy- ment and fond remembrance mark the gift of Jewelry at Christmas time. Jewelry isn't a trinket that is bought today and forgotten tomorrow. It .remains .with the recipient a life time, always carrying with it a con- stant appreciation of the donor. One never makeg a mistake in giving Jewelry, especially if it comes from a store like ours. May we show yoii Holiday display? C B. BENDER 331 5th STREET SOUTH Railway Board Doesn't Like TLe Criticism OTTAWA, "fiic" 22 'res.sJ-r-CrltlcIsirjs. of .the Board of Railway Commissioners by western ewBpapers to the effect that (hero Is i> be unneces'sarj' delay In connection rith the Initiation of the 'general in- lUlry to deal with the question of al- cged rtlscrlmlna'lon in railway rates is between eastern and Western Can- ada, are regarded by tho board ns be In view cf the discussion which occurred the1, coaference .64 iu Ottawa recently tq arrange for he investigation. Qn behalf of; the board .it .ie said that the record of the discussion shows tswesteTn counsel said It would be necessary to'secure a great lieal of in ormation railways before hey could case. Tlepre Bentatives of the mantlmo, provinces urged-that the eastern jihaso1 of the question should be last considered bb se their case is based largely upon historical some time would be required for Its preparation. further stated that the record that Chief CumTnissloncr Car- stated that the .hoard would be 'eady for the Tirelimlnary sittings Whenever counsel glvo notice that hey were prepared to proceed. As tfcls Is to bo a general rates inquiry affecting nil parts of Canada as'inaTiy Biltlngs will be hold tn each province as is necessary to hear all the evlfl- encerto be offered. AGITATORS PLANNING COMMUNIST REVOLUTION PRAGUE, Czccho-Slovakia, Dec; 22. detailed plan of a projected rev- olutionary movement has been found am6ng papers ot agitators, at Kladno, IE miles northwest of. Prague, accord- ing tA the Knrodnl Llsly The news- paper says the plan' provided for tho cessation of a communist ministry and tho establishment of workers' councils Highly compromising correspond- ence also is said to have been found staling that (he Czechs-Slovak com- tminhts arc in constant touch Ih030 In Ocrmanv Hungary, Italy, Russia, the United States and Chios. CANAPIANS WILL AID IN SEARCH OF-UALLOON OTTAWA, Dee.. Canadian Air-Board, It was slated" today, wqsld lend every, possible- assistance Evans, whO Is coming to Ot- tawa from RocSaway, N. In search of I ho balloon nilsnltiB from the Mock- away naval air station. It is double'! however, If tho'. balloon ornr crosjc-; into Canada at ali. Telegrams wore j dispatched days ago lo all' llfecly points ashing (hat a watch should be kept for the balloon and the board has not been notified of any trace as yet. COHEN CAUQHT .WASHINGTON, Ecc. 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