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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOllRTTIFV THE LETHBRHXi HEPALD. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1920 To Cut Out All Patronage In Talcing Canada's Census OTTAWA, Feb. neit de- an easy way for raenrtwre .of fur- enumeration lkime.nl to discharge political obll- In June, mi, Olid already tlio rations, but heraftejr II will prob is making preparations lor It. lu tho census 9.70S en- umerator's were employed, and next the number Trill probably be to this wari in.the ot patronage proved Wild Which Up at St. Ont., is Being Made Into Wheat Field ubiy be handled by the civil.Ser- vice Commission. Those ivho object to the cqmpleU abolition ol political palronafi point to this as-an example of how the new system often works cumbrousljrv the member for tie coimUa- eacy' would appear to be the moit tultalile person to whom to apply {or Intonnfttioa as to suitable men, that Is now cipressly forbidden by the Civil Service CXmitulsslen Act, even though his nhouM be non-partifao. The Com- mission must hunt out its own men irithout reference to tha represeata- live In Parliament. The cW rftti- o? payment foi: the work varied according to local con uitions, the general rule being that the enumerator.got 5 cents per came with 25 cents for each farm, al- though where the country was upartely popalited he was usually paid by the LONDON, Out., Kob. London company la engaged in the 'demolition ot St. Jojepb-'G, the phan- tom city on Lafee Huron near Bayfield, KStabllshed 20 years ago by Narlcisse French-Canadian, who secur- ed the .packing ot Montreal capitalists. Jt U claimed that nearly three-quar- dresaed the convention here vtste day. Because of the small attendance ami apparent the-Kast- 'ern Canada Livestock con- tention closed- without, electing -.offi ASTHMA COLDS ever? breath, bTfathifiif d cooxn, f nriairmuu! FAT ON SALE OF Profterty, Jewels ud Wwrlu tf Art Will Seven! Billion Kronen GBNEVA, Feb. has re- elved kronen from the sale f tonner Emperor Charles' personal roperty, according to advices from where the forrmr wonarci reeidtng. Jsrrclr, ol art and raluahle objects belonging to Charles nd members of the Hapsburg family till remain to be soli! and aro aald to e valued at several bflljon kronen, "roceed; Irom them also will be con- Ifcatid the Austrian govertn.ent, t Ttfe" former'emperor Is compelled to 'xercise the strictest economy, but 'till-his ('hopes _tha't come day he na'y.be kitus of Huhsiry, despite oppo- iltlon from :lhe allies. L'oai in BicGriire Properly is For Fight- ing 'Flu (From Our Correspondent', ObBJiAN, Feb. McGuiro coal prospect west of town is'develcp- Ing rapidly. Coal .tes now been react od luirt as soou as a spur can be com plelc'd front the main line to Hid mine; they will be in a position to start regular shipments ot coal. Altuough the has not struck Colemau very hard as yel, still tho local doctors report a tew cases. special meeting of the council held on Thursday morning at which time all necessary arrangements have beeu completed to handle tho sltua tion in the dreaded disease should become an epidemic. The visit to tho hotn of manager ot the Cana rliau Bank .of Conimcrce, and left a line baby girl.. Why pay high prices for tea when BLUE RIBBON, the best tea in this or any other country, can be bought at 75c per pound .MANITOBA IMPERIAL VETERANS' PRESIDENT WINNIPEG, Lowe :wu eloctod of the Man- itoba Commird of Imperial Vrttran, In Canada Uwlr an- imal provincial night. 100 members were In'at- "tendance, Inclining the Dominion prwWent, Major Thomat, of Van- couver, who addretMd the meet- .fnj. Sir H. H. Asqnith Believes Two Billions Sterling Utmost i They Can. Pay '.LONDON, -Feb: a speech at Paisley last night former Premier As- truith, -B-h'o Is contesting the seat in parliament for that district, said: with a lull sense of my responsibility, I am .disposed to. be- llove after making proper allowances .for what is needed to start Germany's industrial life again, 'that two billion pounds sterling is the outside iudem nlty obtainable from Germany. It 1 were the chancellor of the exchequer I would write off anything beyond this as a bad and doubtful :3Ir. Aaquiilt also advocated that it TtouM tjo betterf.tp forego loans to Great Britain's allies than to cripple iem. BERLIN, statement by tno goverhmment cpncernihE Uie'.de- maud for the" extradition for war cul- prits "The Imperial sovemmcst at tfr day's session dealt with the situation created by the extradition apte and llst'aud the refusal of Baron TOU Dors- ner to accept the document "The deliberations which tool; place on of the list, :wllch unofficially become rerottei' in, ta' full and acroeoiont' that the' standpoint 'expreucl br the German note dslivered Jaao-. ii, in all circumstanceE, to-be :maiBiaised. the signing'of 'the'treaty ot peace; the Imperial KOTe'rnioent left no doubt that .compliance with, the niand for extradition This conTlclion, which H aharM wllh. an OTenrh'elmiDg majority of the Ger- man people without distinction-as to party; will jiilda it in'.any 'furthei- measures and negotiations which may become necessary." Brantford -wards are to be redistri- buted. i to (luring entire this" morntnu of the (rial at F. J. Dixon. M.L.A.. charged with sedillous libel. Concerning a meeting which had taken place. -between the city council and members of tho strike committee, Mayor Gray said he saw the accused on thai occasion. At another meeting the nsayor de- clared that Quean, a mem- ber of the' strike committee, had said In refutation oi an argument which had taken place, "they, -vrore TUR- nlnff tho Implying that the strike committee ircra In control. In describing these various meet- ings, Mr, Phillips questioned Mayor Gray as to whether IHxon had been 'present. On several occasions, the mayor said he had been present Hundred Applications Received Since V yery Scarce CONFIDENCE IN FRENCH CABINET She had lots of work aid "droned the rnorBing. At last 'die re- membered to we She tt en her tem- just before and again after ibe did the duhet. Tkrol and pain nil f one it good for cull. bnnw mwiyo-htr "little ilk" Hub foiily promptly, ii MM II at, ut Nc-Jlrl, PARIS, Feb. fidonce in the government was voted by the Chamber of Deput- ies today. The vote was 513 to M. TRAINS Feb. 6.-AH trains (roin Kew. York to .Montreal on the Rutland Hallway havo been cancelled, owing to tho storm along tho'Atlantlc sea coast. Trains on the Canadian Pacific Hallway from tho vest are be- tween one and two hours late. BAD FIRE IN SWIFT, CURRENT SWIFT CURRENT, Sask., Feb. Tito largo-department slore of H. Wll- lence ;it. Ixiider, Saslt., was complelft- ly dcslroycil. early Thursday morning and the to the proprle lor will no lieavy as It is understood tlie Inaurancfl was comparatively light. Mr. Wlllence Is at present A business trip to Winnipeg. Tho firo TTM by n1 le.lfaige of gss In tho lighting plant. CO-OPERATIVE STORE AND DAILY NEWSPAPER FOR MONTREAL UNION MEN LONDON. FeU- Biplor.iatic ad- vices from Warsaw state that Kcroign Minister vleclares (hat ono of tho most important questions to be considered in cosueotion with the peace proposals of lire nussian 13ol- shevlkl Is 33 to what asauranco there would bo that the Soviet government would keep Its promises. The minister also has raised tho question of who would guarantee sup- port to Poland In the event (hat Khe should make peace with the Bolshovikl and the latter should violate the pact. KINGSTON, Ont., Feb. R. 11. Grant, minister of education in the Drury cabinet, was one oj tho j speakers at tho unveiling yesterday of a tablet in Inverary public school in memory .of fiye. young pupils .ivtio. were killed In tha''war. 'Ho dealt with Eome.of.tho educational prob- lems o( tha, province. Itcferrlng to the consolMnilnn of rural schools, lion. Mr. Grant stated.that since No- vember ono hundred 'applications had been Ho made reference ,to the scarcily of teachers and said, the shortage in the province was two thousand, due large. ly to the poor salaries paid. The rem- edy, ho said, mis increased interest in rural 'jclmol life nr.d higher salar- ies. He said [hat there wits a largo .number, of cumlHied teachers who ivcro not following their profession because of the low salaries. ITALIAN DIVORCE BILL ROME, Feb. Socialist dep- uty, MarangonUtoday presented to the chamber ot deputies a bill providing for divorces. Under the hill a divorce would be permitcd after two yo.j.rs of .separation, or after three years when a- couple iiave children. Causes for divorce under the bill would be sen- tences to -imprisonment exceeding five mental infirmity and in- curable diseases. .MONTREAL, Feb. publica- tion of a dally newspaper ami the cs- tabllthment of a cooperative store will be attempted by tho Montreal labor .council la tho near fnluro. The council will run them In a new labor temple which wiil be erected hore fthd which will contain bcsMoi offices to house evory department of the organization in .Montreal, also a large auditorium for conventions. A number prom- inent labor men havo already, promis- ed to subscribe each 4o tho scheme, and subscriptions from every other union man in tho province wi' bo Invited. .'Ilio council plans to ralso "Eczema 7 Years -No Hope Left- Today I Am Well" A. SI.. Ctiir- Mlelotvn. I'. E. I, lie it oo lili tec handi and Mtcr All the conkl that onythinsTTOiiltl hdp.lilm. It tool: only two of ft. to the curt. atltt three Mtllej he li Mitccllrwtll. IVrLlc Iiim l( dc.ubl tlili itateracaL are rclcctrrp to prftvc to you thai your fkln dlKAK CftD away with tliii purifying tka. Slop fmt try DM boltle on ll.Mabottk. Tir D.D.U.Sosp, too. M lotion for SWnDiwase 3. D. Hfglnbnlham Co., Ltd., drug gtels, mAROUIS OF QUEENS3URY haa achiiowlfidgcd bankruptcy In Ixjndon with liabilities o! j; 1.630 to moneylenders "find no nsselH. III.i visit to Canada, whore lio sought to pick tip a few 'Idle conces- sions in oil and milling vain, and Ma wife hold up a, arHtle- inonti of which 3lio had offer- ed. Ho is now being fitrpportcd, ho says, by end frlonds. 16799 DIED hi New York City alone from kid- ney trouble )ast year. Don't allow yourself lo hacomc a, victim by neglecting paina and achea. Guard Bgainst trouble by faking COLDMiPAt IMlHSSlBj The world's standard rtmtdf for kidney Jlver, bladder trouble Holland's rational remedy since 1WI AH druggists, 50c. n Jwx, Quarantecr for tho nima Gold Fairjr Soda Biscuit A crisp 'crandv and then comes that delightful with a delidatc, salty flavor that makes Fairy Biscuits so A Dainty. Sfaefaf. Afternoon Teaa .jlfci Strifid .Factagn Co.Linutcd Makers of "Som-Mqr'" Biscuit Here They Are Now for All Lovers of Good-Music New Starr Genpett Records for February isei HartSc Shaw, Tetioi ind Baritone, with Oichcttra. Must a Svng la lEe't, I'M Jurt IK. Slcrling Trio, with 80c. Orchestra. I'm Liln Ship Without Hart It Shaw, Orchcitm. Mr of McCliskcy It Xfyera. Tt OOc. fyera. Ttnor ftnd Baritonff, with Orches- Ira. I You Juit B Four with Orchcitrp. On WonAtrlul Kid M tfc. Kayfrran Hall. Tenors, wilh Orchtstri. 1 L.ft M7 Door Oj-n Mr D.ddr }tA Kaufinin, Tciior iib OchestrR, ISM DIiiBol Or- VK. chcstn. Me Dnmm Socielj' Orchej- U3, I Mlfht B. Your Harvey Illniltnni-eT, Batjtor.e, with Or- We, cTieslra, v Now 1 Know Arthur Hall, Tenor, with Or- Me. of '9la .England, the', studios of great artists, and the Broadway wlhere. and melody are wedded, comes the all-embracing ratigipf All Kaorman.IIaU.Ten. en, with Oretealra. You Ain't Hmd Nothing Err.en Hare, rt.iritone.iHlh Orch-aln. THE BELUS ST. MARY'Sv-KuHTen McDonald. THE CREATTST LAD WE'VE CVtH Ruthven McDonald. joy and "entertain- ment to thous- ands of homes. THE STARR CO, OF CANADA, LONDON, ONT. I ;