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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE I-.IOIJT THE I.KTimniOr.Iv DAILY UKKAf.D TIUinSDAY. 0; U119 Take Severe Measures Against Germans Now PARIS, Feb. supreme council will meet at Versailles on Friday to measures to impost on Germany full will of the says Ihe Matin, because of the unwillingness, of Ger- many to carry out armistice terms except under certain conditions. There has been a change in the attitude Germany, according to the newspaper, and it is being manifested by arrogance toward the entente. DERXE, Ftb. la Socialist, conference today the questions o! responsibility (or war aiid (fas lutute position of the man Socialists IE the conference adapting a compromise res-'lu'ton i daring tliat the conference had over tlie questions of and Use German revolution Qfc-rced to accept the participation ol j the Getraaa Majority-Socialist! !n the o( the inter lielter Able To Finance Than nationals. Tee promise was a'-lopied esce'pt -or tbe vu-'e o: ose dele-gale, M. Mtlluud. a French- A strong tendency to nchid.'1 German Majority-ScclaliJis was e-vi- Those in is Needed, However deal in tmt Tailed. Herman Mueller, acHri-ssiug the von'erence today, declared that Germaa Socialises always had jnilitarism, adding: young republic ot Germany ready to consent to a general di'samii- ineul on ine condition that all uiher countries do the same. the pafsins r-iss 51CS.OCO by war of iroisyr cf taxes ft uuirbor s ot to ao'.ec Opposition Now Among Farmers to Lcthbridge Nor- thern Project ho'-ucs visiicil city, and from ihem the csnirairsioEera liuve been uviny things about the coatlilion municipal finance :n lUe west. And" anjcmg 4bo most interest- ing Juforuiatio-T debenture payments cf the cliy of Prince Albert has reacted agamsi vrovineial 6onds, Tvitfi res-alt that lhe bonds or lhe sis- Blgin County Council dectc'jM io Uer province arc not considered near- Plenty ol evldenrc? are !o found' of -.-inline [n anitiule tcm-arJs the irrigation projects put forward 10 iirigate jQO.'Wi) acres in southern! Albert a. CALGARY, Feb. J. H. Uon- OEMS OF 1 oc of Koreaiost was tslci.'ted presi- muriidpalitu's as- reiiing of (lie cou- sr and Stic'i an evidence I? given by "OH dent ci tho Man" Pearson, of the Iron Springs so.iation at the district, who h3i? Lee.i inter- rcution this jnon ?sted in the Lethbritige North- Of tra project throuph. During the afiernoon. Those tiomiiu'.c'i for this nicntli he had visited prautfcaliy cv ftimier the srei possible irri noTtli ot the river, and liiublcy ot oUke ure: George McComtpr. Queens- OTTAWA. 1-Vb. order-ill- council has been, passed recently vUieh provides for (be granting ol assistance to enable Hie wives anu cbilOren ot officers, X, O. O's and wen ot the Canadian military anrt naval forces to return to Canada from the i'ullcij Kingdom or Euroi'P. This Ii to be given only lo those sailic-; on or sfior November ]J, J91S, and is to consist of Ihlrd-c3ass accsi-in'oda [ion ou sliJps, with correspond ins rail- way faro from place of resldonco In the Untied Ktairiom or Europe to por. of titibarkallou la tbo King- dom aitd from of dcbarValion ID destination m This order-tn-couuc 11 further pro- vides that wives and children under IS years of age of soldiers sailors have not resided in Canada shall be granted the same con side rat iou as those who have been resident here. In any case where it is so desired, accommodation of n bettor class may secured, provided the difference in money is the ui.-Gov. j.-. ihat in aot :i single ins-ancn Ins win address the convention when the is much oii joj.l roitli tion and this year, y mosi more laan lut year. (Jiat cbronij ekin 't'zich hav5 other yirTJ to K J3 brca-Jse !s ias suca porer-of (bat it reaches disease JD tie and cores "root" up.: "That is (he oniy a permaneat cure can te effected. Mr. SI. C. Buckler ol 4tl E. Broad- Pc-rtiaad, OreEon, savs: For chro-ic stla (iisc-iscs there la notMr.3 For fifteen years 1 had eczema, and 1 tried aa emileis nuinbsr of so-called eczema but nolhias Tas capaKe ot curing me permanently until I ogsd 2am-3uK.' Tea months' uie of Zam- Bufe has effected a complete cure.'' For ulcers, abscesses, boili ring" any oppc-itlon. ly such a'.tr.Ktivo secariiy -is Yaose from first experienii! ,of Alberta. The reason cpparentlj- b thp farmers c! lint iha! the bontl buyers consider it was many of iThpni tnoy the moral duty of the province ot have nothing to do Eashatchcwan ;o protect the holders tion. jot Prince Albert honds. The change in attitude seems to j The cload which is hanging .over have been brought about by the deci- I uiuni'-ipal finance in SasKatchcwan is sion c-r the tarnters that irrigation havlns Ihe el'ecr. ot causins Uie Al- -.vould valuable to tiirla provincial goTenrocnt their farm equipment, and that they ties ip -'ludv closely the province's re- are Tory lucky to have farm land's laUrm ID the of the province and capable ot irrijaiioa. A few years financial dif'iculties. and He ago the main arsy.-nent in favor of suspension of the sinking various new proje'cls uoir being talked session is onll Form Here As a result of the visit of Commis- jiiffid ft? by a scheme to of was (hat farmors needed trri-. Com, Meech Made Investigation nssac IrcM-jrv noles each year tor gallon and sjast Save It io ivnt.HKt i T I that period 10 the amount of {arming Jlaav of them roject iaKltlg (the sinkiag fund, the total lobe cov- rather resented this, but they liavc crei a; the cail that perioa by issti- now come to SEE that would be ins debealures. thus relisr- inuci belter ot{ i( t'jey Irrl- ins the tar harden on the ralepivers gatiou. They realize that Utcv are teiuporirlly, is receiving very serious in a happv position as eoninareii with Mocch and Frocmaa to Eilmon- consHsratlon Hon. A. G. Mat-Kay, the southern Saskatchewan iarnier' !on' a w111 shortly "e submitted miaister ot municipilities, and relik who would like very much to lhe city cameit w111 SEt iestsiatiou will be brousUt dcm-n at the irrigatioa hut are unable" scme valuaWe information re- camins eesslon. This lenislalion will so isardin; the establishment of n public be constructed so that, while relief An effort is being mails to Co- mil 1ic_attortei the the intPr ordinatc the work Mr. Peiram ).as STARS FEARS LOSS OF PRESTIGE THROUGH UNIONS No application will considered for refund of cost of passage taken prior (o November !1, 1J1S. official memorandum stales that in making application for refunds ot tile lost of passage already paid, let- ters must IID addressed as follows: If application is ir.-ic en or n soldier's -dependent who sailed from the United Kingdom between Kovem- ,uer 11, 19IS, and January 15, 1515. to tho director, S. A. anil A. P., Caaa- dian UulMinf. Ottawa, j If npplicatiun is made on behalf or a sailor's dependent who sailed from llio Vnited Kingdom hctvreea the fore- going dales, lo the Secretary, Depart- ment of Naval Service, Ottawa. If application is on behalf or a eol- dier'g or failor's dependent who salted for Canada on November 20, 1918, on the steamships Scandinavian or tho Metagama, to the department of im- migration anil colonization, Ottawa. It will be noted from above, says tbe memorandum, that tliu depart- ment of militia anil defense and naval service deal wilh such claims as arise between November is, 191S, and Jan- uary 10, 1519. with the exception cf tbe steamship Scandinavian and the steamship Slctagania, sailing from Uie United Kingdom ou November 20. 191S. "ARMY ITCH" GRIPS PEOPLE OF PARIS To our new store and carry- ing a finer and wider assort- ment ot confectionery. Ice Cream Parlor THE KING GEORGE CONFECTIONERY Cor. 4th Ave. and 11th Strict S. Terrill Floral Co.'s Old Sland NEW YORK, Feb. the "cjpied shop" plsn of the White Rsts, an actors' union, star actors might bf poshed off the boards by newest irritation to arise at the Peace Conference is what bridge. It would1 mean that about 4COO the French call "gale." ana what is people would make use ol a public; known elsewhere as "the French itch." library if established. u an annoying but not a dangerous As indicating the length to which I anmenl ot the skin, anil is some- the people ot the capital city will go thing like "the seven-year which 'to maintain a good library, the cost j3 indigenous in almost every country of maintemnce last year was under local names. you want clean- ed SEED OATS, germinating SQ to 'JOK, free from Wild Oats, write or wire us. can put you ia direct iouch with ship. rers and guarantee delivery; Will submit prices.and samples on request. F.E. SMITH KV Tegler Bldg., I ALTA. Of course, said Commissioner Meech, WON'T USE FRENCH IN DE11ATE THIS YEAR OTTAWA, Feb. unusual feature of opening of the par- liamentary tetslon will be the elimination cf the uie of the French language In connection with the moving eecond'ng of the addrccs (n reply to tKe epeech from the throne. This unuiual situation la due entirely to the fact that Or. Cha- Junior member for Ottawa, was the only French-Canadian sup- porter of the UnlonlU government elected, and he seconded the ad- dress last session, LON'DOX, Fen. American Commerce in London Is urransins a series of conferences be- tvvetn Importers of American goods anil UriUsh manufacturers of similar articles, in the hone of reaching agree- ments llml will influence the Imj'-ort restrictions Iho British government lias announced it will on .March 1. Importers of American Bowls arc reported as haying suffered moro Uian oilier business men during the ivar auil as having hcen gratified when, soon after tho armis- tice, the government' removed restricliona on ;i long list o! articles. Tho importers. It is said, aho foresee great business difficulties over the decision ot the government to renew llie restriction on American goods. BIG. LIBEL SUIT DBTROIT. Midi., Feu. change of venue from Wayne county (De- troll) lo some other county in Michi- gan was granted In Iho circuit court tWs morning to the Chicago Daily Tribune In the million-dollar libel bull brought against it by Henry Ford. IT [WEMEN! !I As announced in The Herald come .imo ago, it is likely Uiil IcelalMlou will be brought In at the seselon of .he legislature now opened to brine .uto effect a reorganisation o! provincial police, together wttb. iaiu amendments to. tho Liquor Act, vvhlcli will tor a ilrln- Stnt enforcement ot the net, ijw- clal department ot the. provincial po- lice created for that purpoH. It la hinted tint a chief for Uils parflcular department will appointed -with the most pow- ers, and H U rumored that Col. San- ders, former ixrttce o! gary, will receive this appointment, PARIS, Feb. thi tlec- tloni to the constituent In Poland, gained 420 the Soclallata EO and the Jewish party 12, ac- cording to Vienna dispatch transmitted by the Zurich corre- spondent of Journal. STRICT QUARANTINE Feu. a decision of tie fed- eral government, New Soutt Wales, tin the Influtraia has established police patrols alonj the fcordeT lo prevent overlind pas- sengers from Victoria enterloj Xtv South' Wale i. BLUE RIBBO TE4 Don't waste your time and money in trying to find some- thing "just as good" as BLUE RIBBON TEA PAROLE CONVICT Nursed InJIasnza Patients Durina the Epidemic at Penitentiary HELBXA, Feb. Jewell, slay- of Lethbridge, aa ths air. There. Is no membership ara regular patients at the American After bearing the testimony, Mr. tee. There Is ,nj charge for taking j army hospital which specializes In O'Brien declared the court closed, out a book. "They.' employ the 'open treatment of affections of the skin. hall ivas cleared of its occypants, access system' whereby lhe people may The pest, for it can scarcely bs and a few minuses later Mr. O'Brien circulate among the shelves, choose- called a disease, exceeds influenza in gave bis decision. Ite salt! that he their book and then go to the librarian I the. suddenness lie to have it marked up. This system t ol alcne U considered a good education i; of its 'appearance cr rnnier allrouni" Ihe teachers had been a little to have it marked up. This system but It yields to simple treatment. It lo be parWon recoLendS' n jdons today made Jewell eligible to [parole heSf month. An oriter tn Council has been passed to rfeate the Lake ot the Woods Con- tr.i! Board, representing the 'govern- m (Tuts of Iho Dominion and the .Prov- ince of Ontario; CUNARD PROPOSED SAILINGS 'v From New Yark Feb. 14 Saxonla.... Liverpool From Boston Feb. 17 ..Prinssa Liverpool From New Feb. 17 .Csrmania. -Liverpool Feb. ,18 .Pannonla ____ London Feb. 22 ..Royal George.. Liverpool From'St. John Feb. 2j ...Cassandra... Olaegow From New .Mar. 1 .'.Aquitanla... Liverpool Mar. 10 ....Cafcnla.... Liverpool Mar, 18 ..Orduna. Liverpool Mar. 18 Liverpool Mar. 24 ..Carmanla... Liverpool Parehase Prspsid TIcSc's noiv for Relatives and yriciids to cnsiirs prompt, sailing. For all Information apply (o any ot Aleuts, or lo Coraoany'a pittce, LOCK, 270 MAIN ST. WINNIPEG. Loiit Agents ROSJITER Phone 1412 Did It! and COUGHERf! Ray.nond Recorder: That we are living in an age when arc ticrfarinetl was fivca ample proof last All these grant1 contingent ou leaking tbe library Tree to ail and making rio membership or charse for boolcs Whether LethlridtQ would be able to do this and fftl! raise revenue to run Ihs library '.vould have lo be rlecifled. The coraniiesjonera' report on Hie r.rJmonton library scheme Is to inlerest in lhe nesv library proposal here. k-r of James Vance, was eliding down he batnlslcr o; the stairs of tlio ail- HANDLING LANGUAGE liloriura when she lost her balance: PROBLEMS AFFECTING fell a distance of about fifty feel ALL' WESTERN ALIENS the lower floor of lhe building, The; ___ 'ropact of the fall caused !rer (oi ItEGIXA, Sssk., Feb. Hepresen- bounce about fiftten feet and roll out latlv'cs oMhe educational :i tho main door of the school, ivlilch of Sisfcatchewan, Alfierla anrl Jtanl- 's about twenty feel from where she tc-ba met here today (o dtscu-3 the Jirsl struck the floor. [nrcMeins dealing especially. with work Injuries were suslained in the tray amang the non-Knsllsh. The meeting a broken arm and two badly dielo- -m private, and a statement wa3 re- cated wriila. Ko Internal blurles fused the prcsi, the intention being lo vero discovered ny Dr. Oreenaway, rr.ake certain rocommcndaliona lo Ihe 'Title the accylcnt is considered seri- various Kovc-nmonta. will make -lua the altoniling physician, yet 'ny F.ttitctnsnts ruhllc they may see t caul.1 have been a greal deal worse til. Then iho dislance Ihe chlH (til is considered. MHSTANTLY RELIEVED WITH Tl smam m mm AEFUHOU. ASK MY MUOCIST I TAKE UP ENTIRE ISSUE TORONTO, Feb. "I bad pain In Ibe pit ol roy stem, aclj, no appetite, four rtomach and very much gas. Doctors couW not help me. Tbe FIRST of Mltr-l- of Mining and Smclt- ka helped me." (Signed) Henry Wclp, Company h_aye up the fa- Lake View, Iowa. cjpels ALIi gas and sour- stopping stomach diftTeaA ]N'- liro issue ol of irj.ycaf, 7 cent, coavcrtihle gold debenture recently authorized by 'this 'ANTLY. Kmplk-3 iiOTH upper The price paid Is par, wild d lower bowel, (lushing E.VTinB interest. The llp.t onened on ORDERS TO ITALY STANTL-V end _........ alimentary canal. Removes Joul January is and clo.-ed yesterday. Tiie matter which poisons system. Olttn "wraey will be for Improvements CURES MONARCHIST VICTORY LISTEN TO THIS! SAYS CORNS LIFT RIGHT OUT NOW Von n.'cfiiess tuen any arc pcsicrftd with corns nnd who have at once a week fnv.ferl ati av.ful from lockjaw or blootf pohon The Great-West Life Assurance Company held its twenty-ilxlh Annual Meeting, on February 4th> Attention ii drawn to the.following New Business issued, 1918 Increase in new business Business in force Dec. 3 1st, 1918 Increase for the Net Income for 1918 i .Increase for the year Dec. 31st, 1918 Increase for the year The expense ratei were ao'i" lowered In 1918, and the Interelt rate earned was In addition to the actual rewrvtf, the balance tbtel shows, In upltal ind ipeclll funds, the sum of belnj over 15% of th> Thla ii after pollcyholders prollu and providing for dtaftl clalmi of Canadian Bonds held Die, 3ttt, (In addition ilnce bten paid for, ttit i' lix million dollarj, being 23% of ledger The Great-West Life has earned a reputation {or prompf payment of claims and large profits to" policyholders; HEAD OFFICE WINNIPEG S, dbpalch a at adrls that the Iroopa have prot-lalmcd a monarchy. rool a a .TIlc out with OTTAWA, i'tb. ptMlolllce It Is a allcky clhcr coninonnrl .which dries tho moment It la apnl ed and simply shrivels the corn without 'In- (liming or even Irrltalini; tho sur- rounrlfng tissue or 8Wn, It Is claimed thai a quarter Df on ounce oi frcozone! Lethbridge Iron Works FOR Castings and Machine Work RSPAIRS OF ALL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. MAKERS OF ROLL AND PLATE GRINDERS LAND PACKERS AND DEEP WELL PUMPS ;