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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1920 nw. DMLT NEW YORK, record Brllltb. sound tfcrltai; was inad tf "today wMu It "opea'td at J3.4S, or.jine.cent belowi the low reaclied twice wwk., i The further weakening lii-iterllac had the the value of Canadian .dollar the Sew Yprk market, the rate.of dla- quoted at 12 1-8 per. cent this niornlog. j. dropped French, '-Italian --llrea- alM ijicde 13.57. and. U..V to' t-i.08-cente'and the dollar.' 1 ;VH O M y rt OST; alltm lei. It'.not be accept- ej tii a i- Will'Afftrt'Traaty. FliM "I .will expected in British Empire, has only oue to He that the difficulty met ly 'American vote. "Otr te to mamtaU us of the aelf-got erulug his lotKr declares, "not to a BrlUih than vote, At ao in a of the aadlai to tie letter tact that la itill In tht'dlp- Mjatfc.itrriee of the Britlth govern- nent n'oldi'hla coamiwlon as ambanadtr "to the Lord toy haa merely return- ed to" London on leave of absence. In -iHtaT IT' to the con- trary, American officials expect Ms return Statea. It is the belief-of veil-Informed sen- that making his letter public took to com- municate orally his vie vs to leaders Id-the'Brftlaa foreign office and cabl all the intri- cate Duwio.ot the American senate treaty -ever1seen a w____ or'a aM ot. a 'iiinsat just 13. you set H. aw a ct thunder storm }ui( you It ,-When jou and'your dsartjt riend read the same book or beir tbe ame atory 'you- will always V -i rtCcptlnned1 from' Front- PateX f.'S 1 'Mr.' _________': condemned tie of the; start to' now rboai; initvc generally1. but resard neisesijiad.given evidence. The firs P. U to local financial- evidenc regarding the '-at' Walker Theatre Urn- DecJemben' 1918, at vhich th' porlant inline- senate.. -It U'siBse'rle'd'by reservatlonists that for President Wllsoi'to VeVct a compromise'with was deported stale the senate tho "thiit .Would Reiervationi .'V: this morn- ing Was i tua t Curing i n to rma I talks .ivlthf'riiai.iieitiitorji. in order to sec- of sentiment in In regard to riiaile it plain to (llfferjjnl' sei'jlq'rs1 that the British gov- cjnmnt to accept the res- as the basis the senate, to the British gov- is said to have in eihtblt'e'rl'.'at. telegram from iii. which the' dJlhe' Lodge reservations InVijie senate in the clos- session, would lie .icoepfedl British govern- the wltiass, bloo TEETH Bjr. P, McOee. .ttP-V p.p.S, YHE MAQIC OF THE .TEETH ducting "lnundry and supplies. 124.00." there is a profit on own chair o( W. this deduct the loss on hbi.otW chairs. 112.00 and e'always, endow." will or youth jecaiise in piir.expe-rierice these.con ditions a. tissiraWe. -iinraouilit: and contribute to a. happy presen{ and a genial Our vllltoiii; we- endow, with forbidding faces, crooked -bodies, often' with1 111 hcaHh becaiise'.we.know th'at these things, wi'ap-'the 'disposition and frequently cliange neraonality into an rjit'trt -and raa ail can and k THE HOUSE .OF "LATER ISRAEL" WONT BE USED AS APARTMENTS. arlty IwU Hlih Cotl' of Llvtof might eaitly be 1'jrther Into, bul we that will suf- fice." It wllll He tars: "After hartof read tills article, we hare no doubt that you will conceire that barber one .of th< on the market today." We We. raolit do! We lett ho repent him of his the price be 'raised are critics of Away with them, and down bones" to 'thli Bat lime we wpuld to. MWlirtUhfiV ?5c for 20 mln'utet'. fmir-T-l" the lilshcat rate we-wer-paid for labour.' we know -aril highly paid, hut ye gods! ''.ttdf'. .even the and you notice his ezplan- of yiliyrfwt pay ISc.for 5c worth or less said profit- Editor, for your Valuable if ever hear of' her.oljvhoie showed ot decayed'. or Do'.'you'-r'eirie'mber liow quickly 'even- and -into n'en' he was running In.Russla'andVthat' blotx would run in this: country.' He: ga.; the.names'of five of'the spe'aKera, j eluding that of Diion.'whpse speech, h said, was not aa rabid'.'aji'., Blunieii- berg's. r: William Percy, clerk "for- 'V blller. with the Grand a" member of the Canadian "Brotherhood ol Railway Employees, :gaVe evidence regarding' the' laboVcoitgtefs .'of' Can- ada, held In ing ;snagele I. Your, month'-and hiako ufl per your facia) expression'.' Who'-n-anta'to 'look' like 1918. The conference the 'of bringing about V con've'ntida in' erri" Canada'arid ed to do away wHh along tlie.lines upon' ;i't been conducted along Industrial-liaM.- People's Forum i whkh'is of Interest to Canadians is American voting In the 1 laa'RTie' which provides nvnrseas doraJn- Icis. 'Grey.Btales 'definitely. that 'admit no quallflca- lioii of, thBri'rlgh't.11 Dominions It is efiilenf.from. the text', the letter that Ixird means that iireaf Brliain "Vfili: insist upon., the" a full voice in tlio asseiatily.'pf.. the ieaguc. ''The self-governing are members' the let- ter admll, and Orea'l KfUaiii "oualUicatlon of that rlEfit- A Winter; the self-gpvkri- 4oDilplpns be' in theory tlie theVconstltution, they to colonies In r.Vf: for the third round of .the.cup games "to Uc played ,on- PeDruary 21, resulted as -t Llverpo'dl Chelsea vs" Leicester. Preston vs Bradford City. Bristol City Cardiff. Aston Villa vs Burnley or Notts Cpunty vs-Bradford. Tottenhsm.vs IVestham. nets the; enX- piro at and the'ro cun bo'rip: d'erbgatfpri V to'slate that It; Is a intorproSation .of the covTsniirit as ft. now that none bt-tBe Hrlllsii'.votas cafl Ko used in'a dispute likely lo lead 'tp.a-r.uplure In of the British Em- plre Un pirp is lie de- f :tbo British Em- iiWolvcd, Iriia'dlGpiilb'with 'the- ielttier the :0.nited 61'itDS or, any'part'of Ilia British' Em- pire would be" ahie 'to" ,''Hnl a'a'.; this right lo vote parties lo the dis- he 'continues, can qualification ''itid1 mere' is' fefy get cral ad million- tfiat the rotes of the sejf.govDmln j dominions, woulrl, most cases, ba .found on the aozno side us that of (tit United States." But while1 stattpg that Brlloln can not giye regarding tho votos for the Eeif-gorerninit domtnlons, Lord Urey admits that It Is impossible to ignore the realijolillcal difficulty upon lliat point In th'e United Stales. The with several million tnorc citizens than THE PRICE OF HAIRCUTS 1 Jan. 3Mb, 1920'." Editor-Herald: i. Pear read with deep In- tereit Mr. Ed. Kennedy's-frenzied 'explanation of the barbers.' recent contribution to the H. C. pf.ij. He isiindeed the "camouflng- eurVnarJejcellence." analyze his slate- at the exact signlf- "sixty one-hundredths" good that ttie weekly earnings; of a journeyman Barber are from 525.00 to Very well; let us see nedy's own figiircsyas a basis; For the. sake .of: we will supposb a' Charter earns ?32.00, per Is'made u'p'as (minimum) on tho first {30.00 taken in; 512.00 on the next J20.00 taken In; Total J32.00 on 550.00 taken in. Nothing wrong about that, Is there? Now.the cost of laundry and supplies for each to Mr. Ken- nedy Is "f2.00 in-laundry'and in means 524.00' per wcDk, for he 'refers tn. It. as 80-100 for each ehair-for every {SplOO'.taken .this benefactor or suffering, h.iituanity, (the male part pnijO pays oiit plus. ?24.0P, 'tit Sfi.qo on each'joume'yinah's lakes one's hs his tw'p" amusing letter, which really cannot be delivered, turned, up ii Vienna's .dead letter office recent-. It wa's'written' by a war profiteer, irid 'addressed "To llerr 'Befr :hoven, 'professor, Conservatory- of- Music." The. letter lo the Jong dead composer read: 'Honored -wotild to know whether you ciii .teach 'and prepare my lO-yeaT-bld for opera. Your' operas hire -pleased roe very muchrfsb. that T have con- fidence in ;ofily' yo.u..' 'I jay. you anything 'you ask, for 1 am: very rlcV and "would go" as' 'faf'as '200 crowns per lesson." The confiding'war profiteer en- closed a postage stamp for Ueethq' veil's answer. Tho Viennese post- man, unnblo to deliver tho letter al Iho given addross, endorsed "Ninety-two years ago a Ludwig Beothoven lired here. The same died In 1827." The incident is a commentary on the new profiteer patrons of opera, music and art. Tpa or Coffee often disagrees -with some one m the fimv; ily. An easy Way to awtsy from such annoyance is to drink, INSTANT POSTUM It agrees wiih everyone in the family. No sleepless disturbed digestion or irritated nerves follow :Yours very truly. The'fnmous -Jezreel's tourer afthe top of Chatham Hill, which has been ottered to the tiilllngham Corporation for-conversion. Inlo flats awl refused. It was built by a soldlwr, nho adopted the name of Jeirtel aud founded a sect known as the New and Later Israel. i TRANSFORM KIEL INTO COMMERCIAL HARBOR Feb. 2.--A Sc-rltn wire- lees', meifiage says that Uie govern- ment .has. leased the former naval port of Kiel to the town authorities, who will make an Initial expenditure of two million marks for the purpose o'. transforming It Into a commercial har. bor. There must be work done by arms, or none of us would done by the brains, or the" life would not be wortb having. fame men cannot do LATEST LONDON FOR MEN knno .breeches ami hucklzd shooi of tlie "old days" have mnde tlieir appearance In Iximlbn.'irere Is the very l.itosl "modern" mode ot "nnclent" v Licorice Flavor Brings Old Memories 'Old memories will rush back to yep with your first taste of Adams Jack Gum. That good old licorice flavor. Remember the big all-day suckers with licorice-root handles? And the and. passed. away with twenty-cent eggs. But you can still get Adams Black Jack Gum. Still the full flavor of native licorice. Still have your throat tension protected. 7 Ask for Adams' Black Jack Gum in almost any; Adams product, particularly prepared Canadian Chewing Glim Co., Winnipeg, VanwwreF! ;