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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DFjCEMBER 21, THF. I.CTHBRIDGE DAHt.T HKKAtC PAGE THIRTEEN (he ttmou orator, vkat to my la noBU't modatm aocwar that It fee a to pnxnota DW to- of 13 Udtn to- kindred allnwnU, not but thovaandt; -M I aa br a ulkvitf. Oar tlrta, who to Hw to rip. old droop like Oowara un- fed by wamlfa iBd Im- fed aid ImaibawUr ther defy alt Uwi o pftrt w sir! wfeo hM Mlf-n- tfeifct doM iTen kao ow to clothe bvrwU in 1 "DODO'S KIDNEY PILLS tana H ttwutlful but to tu rau vabetj How cottAwt U i iapvultle tor M u a mu I fwl Quit thai on th put rU own tatti. "A nU who any a girl queea o WAKE SPANISH PRISONERS FRAUD OTTAWA, Doc. well known Spanish prUouera" fraud again be- oc attempted In Canada, according to warning iwusd by the post office which ne follows: "Citeulur letters relating to the known prisoner fed" been observed uhwually large nuniberi In tbe CaaadlAu 'Butli. TbU fraud haft re- ctlred so much publicity through, the la (he put that U hardly prob- iWe that many people In Canada ari now deceived by It, tut in view of the activity the scheme Ii at present man It is desirable again to place the public on their guard Kgalnil U." assumed herd that the question the migration of Jaiianwe to col- which would come under thy andate ol Australia was Involved, as ell economic advantages the formerly enjoyexl under the on farortd nallos claue. My advice to tfcli Dress dry, warm 'and comfortable, ud to the other MX that you self-re i ud, wilf-ooBtrol irbkb forbid yon Ip bttwd God VT hM Ht up for your1 pro- jKHir tad your b .POTT ON THK AMCT1C OCtAN THH PA.S, Man, Z4r-The Royal North WMd as to the appropriations made Parliament, to carry out the recom mendations of this special committee Steps are now being taken with a view to setting tbe necesVary adminis- trative" machinery In motion for the eipendlture ol tha appropriations made. Would Arrange Conference tho course of Ihe debate in Parliament. I understand, several suggestions Trere made as to certain phaeei of rs-csUbllEhmer.t '.vorfc tbat should be considered by the Government apart from the question of further generul-dlslrlbullon. ot cash, grants or I am'advised that members of the Government Inti- mated to Parliament tbat the Govern- ment would be prepared lo consider carefully any further representations to be made with respect thereto, not- withstanding tha fact that tbe Parlia- mentary Committee referred to un- animously disapproved most, it not of these suggestions, "I am -you -will agree that the enquiry held and the debates hi Parliament have been most helpful in assisting all concerned to acquire a better knowledge of the problems Involved queEfon or any fur Iher euggesllons vour association de Isires to bring to tbe attention oMha Government, 1 snail bo glud Ik you will write me fully vith regard there to, in order that if deemed advisable arrangements may ba made for a con ference to any you may offer. Responsibility "You will realize, I am sure, the de- stra of .the Government to .assist in re'asonable way tbe re-establish ment of returned exiirtiera In thu nor mal actlTltles ot our country; bu ou equally realise tbat heavy respo ihUltfes presently Imposed upon the jovernment U) avoid unjustifiable arid' oppressive expenditure and to tako no step which would involve ulscrlmina- fbn among the various classes .urned soldiers." Cof. View T am glad the letter was eald Colonel G. W. JIargeaon, presi- dent of tha local command of .the G.W.V.A. "It would appear to be a follow JetEeF to the statement mado by Hon. J. A. Calder, at the recent conference of Ihe committee of the Government and tho returned Midlers at irhich he said the doer was not closed lo further discussion. Tha Prime Minister is anxious to get morb Information. Ths opportunity U now offered to every soldier lo make suggestions." Questioned whether ho thought that another, conference might re- tult, Colonel Margeson said tbat such suggestion was Implied In the let- ter. The fact that tho Premier's let- ter was published at the same time M the announcement of his resigna- tion, be. did not think had any bear- ing on the of further In- quiries respecting the re-establish- ment in civil life- of returned men. PARIS, In the tuprema council HM to the form of man- dalM uminr whtch tbe former Ger- man In the Pacific would bt Time been to the question to the Toklo the council the adoption of the Final Action Poitponcd The questoln of was UVe up toJay by the council, which, co cldered tbo drafts that had been pr pared and adopted two of theee, whlc give mandates In Africa to Ore Britain and Belgium. Final action o five others was postponed on the i quest of Baron Mataul, Japanese del gate. The Japanese delegates found tba the for the Pacific coloniei gave Japan fewer advantages than she enjoyed In: tbe colonies under tbe German rule. It was stated. Three of the four voting delegates In the coun- cil approved the drafts, _ but Baron Matsul reierved the approbation of Japan and uked for time to refer the question to his government The tie- U1ls to which tbe Japanese represen- laiive objected were not disclosed, but IRE BLEW OUT, AUTO DITCHED, MAN KILLED France, Ca- pell, -R-bo, during the war, was polltl- al lecretar) to tho Inter-allied war was kilted ntgbt In n automobile accident-.on his way rom Paris to Montreulll. A on iia mschloe blew--out, ditching the machine. Mr. Capel was a close friend of Premier Koyd George. MUST SOUTHERN NEGROES PRAY AND FAST AS END SEARS" NORFOLK, Va. Thouundt of negroes In South Carolina quit work held prayer meetings In prtpirMlon for thft.end of the world last week, according to de- ep atohes rtcelved hera from I The fields were decerted and all work dependent on negnp labor wai When the newt that the negroes svere praying and fasting In preparation for the of Jiidgn.ent, as they called It, hun- dreds of whltsf Join- ed them. Joint meeting held and will continue throughout tonight Girls! Clear Your Skin With Cuticura CHRISTMAS 1919 The President, Directors and Officers of THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA desire to offer to the Customers and Friends of the Bank Best Wishes for a. Happy Christmas and'a Prosperous New Year. Development of Dominion's Coal Resources Necessarj'i U. 8. Strike Shows TORONTO, Dec. special com- mUtee to Investigate the possibility of developing sufficient fuH In ada lo meet the ncocls of Canidian In- dustry, has been appointed by the Canadian Manufacturers' Association. This committee Tvlll mnke n attnly ot all possible sources from which (lie anppiy of various ktnds of fttel can he Increased, Tt is felt by the associa- tion that the recent conl strike In the United Stales revealed the weakness of being dependent to n great oxtont sources ot fuel which arc located dutsfue of Canada, Hugh. Novr. Ejihtteu died a frni-fured BMI as'the re- snlt of a fall Iclo Hie hold of the Corskau In St. Jo'r.r., .N.II., harhor. Buster Brown Stockings Lower the clothing bill Mothers! Here are sensible boys' stockings for cold a reasonable price. They're closely knit from extra-long yarn, warm and stockings that will stand the strain of winter sports, If your family is large, Buster Brown Stockings will materially lower your outlay for clothing. And they'll save you mending as well. They're knitted with three-ply heels and toes, and double- ply legs and feet. They wear shaped to hold their color. Ask for Buster Brown durable' economical kind. BUSTER BROWN'S SISTER'S STOCKINGS are shaped to fit and give excellent wear. Knitted from fine mercerized lisle, in Black, Leather Shade Tan, Pink, Blue and White. Moderate in Price, Ratio m, Otil, ;