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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, FEBIU.'ARY I, 1910 T11K LETUDUllXil'. DAL1.V tia'KALD PAGE StfYEN Canadian Mission Abroad (first Mtcr (torn Norman Lambert. mdcrataucMog by all the members of leiruiary ut tho Canadian Council of Agriculture, now in London: London. Kng., Jau. 9. Tlie work of Ute Canadian Mlsriou In Lomlun up UN now haa asavui'ied a tltrvo-foM form. First and iho quctlioii of rejiruffc'alatlon p.t the tbLi ID Is i ton fu eavh branch ot work. At the oWces Ot the war cabi- net. No. _' Whitehall Gardens, with historic Eraund fUl around.thorn, the Canadian (ho membwa of the trade irilfslon their respective littve Lren at work since llio end of November, air Uobwl Bordon, r i sir these'newly opened uEjtioEt. tu'o at time It of and iirfceideJ i to necessary Mr. Hujver There ia no doubt IhM United Staler has it big advantage over er- ery other allicsl tountry ai the pres- ent moment if a race for trade were '.o ariiy out rather delicate situation. Hut every indication sug- tha'. irj ?u'U art' i ides food, no International S. and Food occur. Food iias becur.w is1) on chief internment of Kuropa in London Kood already lias bt't-on'.e a more In c-juntrios such as i, and on the other oc'ili of new ooun- vt' a charge up- of however, in thai they uo L j over the report thm and the Mut-nlial fac'cor in inlernationat pall l States wfro aliead In-' :ic? than military forces. Hoover ac ciai credit, and are ucablf tojio ihe areas, not LithiTto aflmin-jthe Supreme Hoard which is buy supples In tho usual way. This rstereJ En food Iiy the Imer-jbeinc formed will take Ihe place ol v.-h'jlu pKblem of feeding, doihinr. Allied Kool Council, were Forh and the .Military Council at Vet ihellcriDg. equipping, aud at tlie i HshEnR fiujipliea of foo-J and ether in a- i .-aiilc-.x And it is sate to say thai same time, financier tho Impoverjilx- j terlals. at ttiu samp itina getting accjuisiuon of tliraugb tbe chau cd countries ol Europe will form or.e an early advar.taBe hi forming jnels of traJu iu the vital necessarier Use Old Dutch Cleanser for all kinds of cleaning and scouring: Graniteware Timvare Aluminum Earthenware Enamelled Sinks Bulii Tiilw Linoleum Oilcloth Woodwork Tiled Walls Refrigerators Nickel Fitting Old Dutch saTca time, labor and' money. the Ctinadlan mission just last week. ,J. A. Mnharg. M.P.; Dr. Flohert .Maslll and Georgo Fisher, west- ern Canada .arrived in "Liondon today. Borden Conferences Tlio war cabinet offices, besides housing tlic U also the rceeting place for tbe ministers In tlie 3rltiuh govenitaeot. 'iarA Reading Iso has his In Wbltfthall flai'- ons. !-irgo rooms art vailablo on eTery floor, aad rarely idse days, 'between tbe hours of 10 n the morning and y In the afternoon. an one of these rooms lift found acant. At least onco a weelc, and Itcn U1cc, Sir Robert Bordea Jias CCQ in the habit of calling a general onferencu of all the members of the Canadian Mission to discuss problems affect Canada's ititerosls, atid vhlc-li demand an expression of pol- cy before ono or oilier of tljo inter- coiiimiltees, trom the minis erial reproacntativiifs of' the Domin- In tbe intervals between these Canadian conferences Sir Robert I3or !cn atid bis colleagues have been in dally conference wIUi minis .era or other overseas ministers. The Imperial War Cabinet has been fre- quently in session, and during Prcsl lent Wilson's visit to London, Import ant meetings were held, at which Cana dian milalE'lers were" present. The British elections, an historic Christ- mas season and the festivities attend- ing Mr. Wilson's visit, howevtr, in- terfered Tory materially i'lth tho pro- gress of various In which old idea of Alliances and a of Power En Europe. Therefore, tho first or preliminary period of tho1 Peace which will see Wil- Eoa's tested to tliJ TulL pro- mises to be vitally itmwrtant. Actual Peace Terms Tho second step ir. ihla internation- al movement towards Peace will en when the ditftTent all ted nations at Paris move- from their first ur Con- gressional form dnto their second state which will be more confined and more of a Conference. At this sec- ond stage, lUc actual Peace terms will) formulated and expressed in writ-j [ng. Tho general decisions of tho first gathering cr Congress will be re- 3 dirced to a formal document of declar- ations at thtf second meeting or Con- war, there was in -sUt Allied Food Count-il "rr.cr ct rep- I tiic early and most important, de- trade connections. It in understood, mauds upon (he iVace ThuMiowever, fliai the Vuitecl St'atei sim- ply had forwarded surplus amiy stip-i lilies which bed been stored uu ai! Malta for military into very needy districts of Serbia and Ituniau- plaa now suggested with regard to pi-riod of j food is thai p. new, supreme board ehall he esublisheil with Herbert Hoover of the VnUcd States as Us lit? will HOT be nought by any indt vidua! represented ou sucli inicTnalional rommiuees and boantf ot reconiiruction as are bound to bt tiY'jlvtJ out of tbe ncgodationa of the neit few weelts in Krance. wrii Canada Is Interested.-' Centre of Gravity For Ihe past aSx weeks, lias ocen the world's centre lAJll the prime -ministers from Iho overseas Dominions have bcerThcrc constantly. Representatives (rotn tiho Untied (Including President Wilson) from Italy, Rumania, J'olanJ aud Hussla have been in Lou- VIon conferring in various ways on sub- jects of commercial and political im- portance. And now tlie scene chang- es.- Tho first act In tlie great world's drama of concluding the war has been completed. With Ihq commenceniant of Hie second act which win bo seen next week ,thri Rjaen TviH, be shlfteil from to Paris. The "United States Is in Paris now. .The advance guard parly from. Great Bri tain has also crosatti over lo the con- tinent. By the beginning of the com- in'g weefc, Uie entire British continE- ont oC minisIcrs" and officials includ ing -the Canadians will have arrived in the French capital to take part In the negotiations which will pave the way lo the closing act of the tha final Peace .Conference. Uirjjely cs the result of the express- ed wishes of President Wiison, while ho was In London, Ui9 peace Never-Failing Remedy for Appendicitis Indigestion, Stomach Disorders, Appendicitis and Kidney Stones are often caused Gall Stones, and mislead people until those bul attocfcs of Stone Colic nppcar. Kot one m tcu Gall Elone Sufferers knows 13 tUclrouWe. Jtarlolt's Specific ivill cure without pain or oper- ation. For Safe at all 'Recommended by J. 0. Kiginbotham