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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FEBRUARY 4, 1MB THE LETHHIUIXiK Ri-'.LY MENC.OFl, Htbti Wfctrt AWftttBC MM at' WINDSOR. Shop at' Hw I' (tnlr wjlii i pnf Iwjr.at Oinadfo By, firm, now avail- at 40 nrku. .__. _atitOBiefolle tint per cent aa.' Ciotiuij Vwa itiuij -to to cMt. IBM than EXCHANftE RATE HITS (NTtmUTIOMAL UNIONS HAMILTON, Oil., Feb. klfii mid 'of UttHEt; ot look of tie which, have U.lr U a Move- it ca to tkla l a u if n uion of tto clearing how It proposal il HAS FRENCH GENIUS SOLVED THE VEXED PROBLEM OF THE UNSINKABLE SHIP? AttonM.v tiMwnJ that Exists ii to Mortgages CW30WTO1 iJ- eiMhlnj; for reduction embers' PARIS, draft ot to fee Mat to Germany with the of pcraoni irhoee extradition Is lo to ckununtai by the allies, wis ap- proTed by the council of asibuacdort it iti maetiac tils morning.' The note aad list will lie handed over at ODce to the It was decided by the council that neither the note or Ihe list should be made pobllc bere. The council alto diMusied tbe reply to Holland regarding the surrender of former Bnperor William to the which Holland refuted In her recent answer to tbe ill led demand. The terms of the proposed note were considered at length and wHl be further. up at the next meeting cf tbe.council on .Friday. It is not expected, however, B r ithat a decision will be reached on that tonsils, that I different governments in- te'rested must be consulted. debilitate and leave the body I The request of Poland and disposed to Serious germ .supplies was under.'cpnaideratton. for (some tlr-.e by the council. 'It yaB not j {decided, however, whether help'ot this ------1 kind would be supplied to the' Polish f-- A Xorii Janitor vho became heir to JSC.OOO" IB solns to itick to hjji job.. DQJ4T: "PUT OFF cold, cough, The.: following-statement was given out by-, Hon. J. H. attorney-gen- eral, in repljr-to stalenioutE In urets and tlscihere -.respe.ctlpB complaints al mortgage com- manies vrho appear to think that legis- lation was by the Alberta Leg- inralldatlng.the personal cove- nant in mortgages. legislation was .ever pass- ed.''There.Is no province, stale or in the world where the par- Boaal covenant o! the' mortgager to repay (he money loaned and secured by. mortgage Is more binding and valid than in Alberta. Tho has I never interfered so as to. release the mortgagor from 'his personal 'obliga- tion to ray. In fact the law-ln Alberta goes further in securing the mort- gagee in'this respect than in moil places for our Land Titles Acl only makes the original mortgagor re- ITALIAN PASSENGER should be taVen at the first sign ROME. Feb. 3-ThV railway of Pered resistance, cold or :Eer cooghi energizing virtues ring essential I nourishment and help to 'the weakened system. Scok't a trial out ger service has been-c sumed sines the' calling off of tbs 'striko. Freight service also has been t started and is being pushed to the J utmost in order to clear the ports and other ..shipping of freight ahictrj .ed sp duHag the strike It expected that at the end of the the freight- aarrice will be sponsihlc- personally for the debt but If he should Bell the mortgaged prem- ises the purchaser upon registering his transfer also becomes personally, responsible for the repayment of Iho debt." ''What the Legislature did was lo settle the court procedure closure on sale under u-morigaga, re- quiring that, tho mortgagee of default on the part of tbe mort- gagor shall enforce his remedies under tho mortgage by way of.sale of .the property, and then if tbe. properly does not bring tho full amount of tho mortgage debt ho may issue'execu- tion against .the mortgagor for the deficiency rand have-the ;sberiff, dis- train any other goods or lands ownetTny the mortgagor and re- cover the full amount of the debt." "The .procedure laid' down by the Leglslature.ris the practice which has always been.'followed by all the reput- able loan-companies recovering under mortgages and I do' not think that many; such companies object to the procedure being made uniform uud jThe law. does not-'prevcnt he mortgagee from realizing through he fienff uponrany or, the as sets" .of-.tW..mortgagor t not included n the- has thai it.mere.liyren.uires, that he it mere.lttreairirevt.hat he lips Freda Robert Rtplej nl first .upon the .lands In- pdith Hasettcji) Donald eluded ;n- the upon the" debtor's other assets for an> deflclenev t also statements to the ctfeU that .be Alberta-tliegislalure had abolished or invalidated the personal covenant in mortgages has been -widely clrcUUU ed not'only in Alberta but in Eastern O-PEN-TRATE THE TWIN CYLINDRICAL HULLS'; essie Kirkpalrlck, Hilda Robinson, !arry Knowles, Robert P.irk, David lirrel, Willism Milroy. Esther Parker, Calhleen Frayne, Bella Shsw, Henry 3arkcr. GrrJc IV to Grade Johr; Jauiieson, Harold West- colt, Harold Allan, Bertha, Ford, Annio Carter. Public School Promotions CENTRAL SCHOOL iliindergarton'to Grade DJack, Gordon Bas Stewart Patterson tb'Graue Max well Tetfer picks Uruce Collins Lot tie Wellington Irene Peacock Qlar Hugh' Phillips, Eva'Fliil In Alberta who should better still circulating the report Opus fee Pares MH! Pfnttratts prtiip, Un Thmt, Sttff leek; Earache aUmnfs, Itfly frwlj Hie skin }uif ivir the affecfed pirts aid pib I! ;n, COPENHAGEN, Feb.. test of the1 Soviet government's peace offer to Poland, promises that Itcd armies will not'cross-the line of Ihe present front in'. White Russia. ,It, makes' n similar promise "of" rirovl- government'of "tho Ukraine. M Lilyjnoffj tjio' .Bolshevik-repro queslionoil .concerning reports that'Strong Ruslan-'forces aro niasslng on the Poli'sh.and Romanian said thn't naturally had taken precautions, hut that net _____ ____T-h 'etor BoydejfeTcm' Kirkhain. -Evelyn rider Flalne McKil op Arthur Dauson second day of tho trial of John Wilson, Margaret George irounted police sergeant, on a Many attempts have been made to solve the problem of rendering ebipt unsinkable, which the experience of submarine, warfare has made .more urgent than ever. Last year two French naval officers, Messrs. rtalpli JonnsoaT Kerr Oilier Smfln JIoLoan Mckcnzie Keith Unet Wallace Scotl Borotn> GladlkM LongWrth .Lorefia Join son TonrTVcKek us ''Ernest Thompson' Flleen Norton Robin Frink Twi Launo Siickluv Dorolhj McLaren GradoJILto Grade Ion' ert Blaokbounie Harold George.Hi Johnson Hen fry f GALBRAITH SCHOOL Crarfp I to Grade Armour Frank1 .Uenekrates, Jimmy Radley, Lizzie Dick llercer, Lilian Thomasj" Stinley Mary Prusik, Helen K'afas.'rDicX Leigh', Mnud Jlo- John Bereiil, Tommy Smith, Jiiija Potne, Annie Summer, Bruce Vic- tor.' liamsay. Toddy Lee'.' Lizzie Holmjes. Tedfiy -Firth, Koy'-Mqrcdllh, charge "of wife murder, was marked change in the conduct of the Symptoms of insanity real or feigned, were y; r'ullerj Gray.'.' rade' n_ to Afice huddled in i i dock shncnng and muttering to' "Evidence of the crown this morning was designed to prove that deliberalelv planned his mar- with c Patterson, of niaine Le bciore liking his first rdfe, 'Man AVftson, on the automobile ride that terinlnaled in her death. It Is I not verdict will be report-, ed before Thursday. hit on an Ingenious solution. Instead of doubling the thickness of the .hull. they conceived thii Wca two hulls together and enclosing theni in a .single ons. The French Government took an Interest in thVscEieme and decided lo build fire'boats .on their system. Our photographs show the Cauchy, tho first to he completed, at various stages before and alter her launch. These boats, which are built ot steal, are about 329 feet long, a displacement or tons. The amount of jCargo they.can; carry is tors. Physician Who Should Take Practical Advice oh How to Help'BuiJd ILJp Great Strength, Energy and Endurance, tonic, Commenting oil ilu of Xiualcrl lion as a ovpr three million people annually, 13r. rjamcs trati. n'ertle Roy.cc Spilth; James Se'ager, ChDrlie.-.Szabe.; Grade' ill great; toTrhake peace' ahdjljiiriiiiam; Helen'.'CrnhbVCa'rplino Savai a-mics for peaceful, Vorno'n, Philliiis, Eihvarrt Ernest. JJIa'x demoliiiize he: activities M. Litv'inoff added tbat llie -Soviet; government was willing to demobilize1 immediately peaco wns signed with: he icarring slates and guarantees; were given. that'RussIa .would not bo' exposed -sudden attack' ami: that the allies -would refrain from all in-; lervenlion. Red Answer to Georgians LONDON, Feb. 3. A wireless dis- palch from Moscow sent by the Iliis-j sian soviet -government to M. chckory, among other things, sail! "At the same moment when a wire- less message was addressed to the Soviet government and tlie Geget- chekory governhicnt wns sidoptfng tho pose of nn uninterested s'pcclal.or jn the slriigglo ngnlnsl Ih'c Inst romnanls of the upholders of the idea of tho reslornliou of tho old despotic Rus- la, Iho .same government also was carrying on negotiations with Churc- hill, Ihe British minister of war, and Marshal Koch, the allied commander- in-chicf, with Ihe object of their utiliz- ing Georgia as a base of a new attack on the workers mid The message says Iho Soviet de- clines to enter Into negoliiilions witli the Georgian republic, "unless Ihe Georgian government cancels its in- vitation to Ihe Entente forces to par- ticlpalo in Hie struggle against the Soviet republic, and docs not permit Ill'o disembarkation ot English troops on Georgian territory." AN OASIS IN U.S. WASHINGTON, Kcb. oasis in the dry desert w.is described by thtraly "wcls" here, when by unani- mous derision by Ilio District of uoibln court of appeals, worth of llrtiior, confiscated In Kebrunry, 1918. by the police under Iho Heed bone-dry ordered returned io Its owners. Under the Shepherd law cl prior, to the enactment of Iho Reed act In February, 1SJ8, llcniprseiit Into- the- Djslrlct .of .'Columbia wiiiject lu. confiscation -nnin.ia 'a .ofdclayit c'ertifyltlg thnt il w6s for personal use, The. Rood law Qbsncll; P'red-Holmes, Charlie. Willie ParkE, Clarence.'lladley, Theoj dore Wiison.' JBrpa'e.fv to Martin; Emily..Govvin, .Elaine .Tlidrnas, Nellie Hithard Willtc'lie, Burnham, Willie Fairbanks, John Urunlon, Jnmes Gormley, JCFSC Cfabb, Halazs Kaszas. FLEETWOOD SCHOOL Gnd6 II to Grade LlKter, Willie Wover. Harold Steed. HARDIEVILLE SCHOOL Grade U lo Orarlo Lenkc, Katharine I.enlie, Margaret Living- stone; Gilnmur Mehleii. WESTMINSTER SCHOOL .Kindergarten lo Grade Anderson, Laura llateman, .Marlha Crowe, Thclma Degansl, Mnrgaret Dougall. Constance Fnulkner. Jancl Korr, Jtnlilda Miller, Jean Mllroy, Muriel Xorlhnnl, Chrisllna Park, El len Hose, ir'ene Stewart, Edna Wil- liams, Loltta Wilson. RUSH Wilson, Thomas nairri, Leslie Dldwell, Wll- linni Caspcll, Frederick Delay, I'elcr Johnston, James Jones, Arlhur Richard Matthews, William Mtirdcn Janiel Pitlard, Kcnticlh Soariy. Cecil 'Wingler, George IJnsworth. Grade I lo Grade Archi- ).ildr George T-'raynfc, Slulla Hooil. Anna Neilson, (larfield Norlham. Senior II lo Junior )odd.. Margaret Mllroy, Brncst 1'nnk- mrst, Ronald Ponko, Isa Stewarl, a Onimer. Klhel Antjerson, Flor-' Uatns, Ruby Dopklng, rklrtle Go- belle, Albert Tickner, Arthur Giles. Junior II lo Junior llae, aisy Daird, Sydney KllnDr, floclor McGregor, n.ilpli Steeple, Yarl Bund- qu.lsl, .Kr.rfl Hall. .lilulor II to Senior ll-f-Lury, Himl, Edsar Jolnislono. HnrrV -Jlftlic, Ircuo Wallon. llobr-rt Crowe, llpbprt. Assoclat- trial ot a large num- nor "'of .'terrorists began yesterday. -Count Apponyi, head of tha Hungarian I when asked it there was-any 'persecution of Communists, replied-: iiunltdl confidence in the iudgja who arc) moving so slowly lhal Ihere-Iiave been 27 oxecuttuns for der. so far, which ia a small number when it is remembered (hat the Com- munists .killed several thousand per- sons. Nobody is being arrested for opinions, ;bul-for acts. "Hungary is in a stale of self-de- fense against the Red terror just as iu the United Stales, which is deporting Dolshevisls. With scmi-Holshevlk governments at Vienna and Prague, also' ageriU .coining In from Russia, all preparing lo Bubveut Iho peaco of we.are bound to be careful." USE PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION OTTAWA, Feb. city conn- cil at its next meeting will decide as lo making application lo Ihe Ontario optional acl, to government for tho municipal proportional representation allow municipalities, on a vote of the municipal .council, to hold municipal cleclions on [he proportional represen- tation system. merly phy- fician o[ Dcllenlc Mat- pilal (Outdoor Xew York, and Trie ter Count3' Ilosnical, s "Lack ol iron in -the blood not onljK mabts man A physical mental weakling; ner easily fatiffuej, ijnt -it iitter- Ir robs him cE 'Hut Virile force, lhat utam- ina and o[ n'M are rcccissry lo success and power in ercrF ralk of life. Jt may alFO Uarsform n bean- tiful, syeet-tempcred woman inlo onctvtfio is ctosi, nervous and irritable. I hsra ilror.glj1 empnasiied 1nc great of HwniMttMirtnln H Or, k> -'i to ponwt can't maVe ous, successful, srurdr iron men. and' heillhy, rosy-checked nomcn by feeding them on metallic iron. The old' forms ol metallic iron mult lo through dlflcilive pro. cess to tramtoTm tbcrn btto frianic iron-Nux-. ated Iron-be lore Ihei rnin mtera, Notwitb- ttid andvrltlenon Ihil subject bj Tcell-krwrn rjhysicians. tbottsandi