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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAT.R TEfl LRTHBRIDGE ll.MLY HERALD TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1930 mm Can Not Restore Order By Use Of Force, May Do So My Trade Feb. to general criticism of tho policy made by William Adauisou, a leader. Sir Donald tir.d -others, who demanded especially j (he revision of Ihe Versiiiiij irac.1' treaty, Premier Lloyd Gcorso declared Jn the commons this evening that It be impossible in a speech to deal with all the raised. He s-aid. however, that in1 would remark thai after ih? excite- ment of the great war nobody could cipect anything but a period of re- action end discontent, and even :i certain measure of iTsaffefiiun. Tht Irish Muddle Alluding to Ireland. Hie prMiiier asked whetbsr Mr. meant by self-ttetorminaiion lhat if tbe majority of Iho Irish people demanded a republic he1 would give !t. Unlesj COCOA BISCUST tcarpooE3 U r-i't 4 tablerpocru cup milk 1. Mil eJrt sift cry 2. Hub butter -Kith tho 3. Add milk graauajjy. .mix- to 'a eyft dousfc. t. Toss on floured fcoard. 6. Boil HgliUy to one-Mi inch tn thickness, cut into S.Bnie In a oven 11 tn la minutu. Mr. Aucnison meant that, said tbe prcumT. lils talk of self-determination was dishonest. Tiiero wero ciurders j ami assassinations "of tbo cow- j ardly and despicable kind in tlie premier told bis questioner, and ho asked whether the member thought 11'> (iLivcrnme'ut sbould -withdraw all Its troops "and leave Iba assassins lu in Ireland.'' Bolshevism Not Democracy JloUhcvlsm v-as possibly efficient.- s.iid tht1 prctnlrr, but U-was not democ- racy, and Unssdft must bo restored ur.iler ,in Tegime. NuMievisr-.! cannot be crushed by rforco of arms." the. prem- ier. "1 hi id tuat opinion a year ago. hui my advice, tendered on that us- i sumntion lo lb> warring factious, j ui-1-iiui.Tj. U to tho anti-liolslieviks a chance- to ro-: cover llussia. but they failed. The failure was not due to lack of equip- ment but to more fundamental reas- ons.1' Trie promts'- contended Uiat ll'O suggestion ring of fire" would crush the Bolslievlfcl was Impossible; icCaUso it was doubtful whether Fin- land would consent and the Baltic stall's, he pointed out. were making with Hus'pia. while Itoumania was really engaged in watching the Hungarian front, mid Japan was dis- inclined to entertain the idea. ermoro neither France, tha United States, Great Britain nor Italy, was willing lo provide Iho necessary funds. added tho premier, "they arc assured that On have dropped the methods of barbarism in favor of civilized government, no civ- ilized community in the .world is pre- pared lo make peace with them. Furth- er there Is no established govern ineiit possessing Ihu right to speal; for Ihe whole of Russia. failed to restore Russia to sanity by j force. I believe we can Eave lie." by trade." Lady Member Now LONDON. Feb. George, in opening the speech from the throne, said: "My lords and instead of the cuHornnry "Jly lords and gentle- This innovation neces- sitated tor the first time at Ihe pro- rogation of .parliament in December by th'a election of to a seat in the Ifouse of Commons. Two j hours elapsed from Ihe time the pro- I casion started from Buckingham Fal- aco until it returned. King George, Queen Mary and tho ll'rlncees Mars' returned to London Saturday, after seven weeks of quiet life al Sandrlugham, and irtll remain through Ibs London season. Prem'er Lloyd and Lord Curson, secretary at stale tor foreign affairs, 'were, hosts-to prominent gov- ernment snpirartcrs in lite House of Commons last ulgrii, but -the usual re Service and Growth Great and perman- ent growth in any institution is impos- sible except on the basis of genuine vice to the public. For 87 years we have aimed to give a sound And com- prehensive service yet withal a friendly nnd sympa- thetic one to our customers. Our pre- sent slrong position is a measure of our success biA more largely a measure of our usefulness. Why net !tt us :-r.-c ;xu too? calves because of the short ago of feed Ihia baa made serious iuroadi on tbe- beel supply 6t the and the killing of calves still further reduces seriously, the future BUP- ply of the II >Uted. wanton destruction' should bo stopped summarily. It being dono iiot only In Alberta but In other pro- pursuing a y." Dominion act was EUuestei] as tlu THE BRKK OF nova scoiifl at the premiers' dence was not held. NlOffi! EDMONTON', Feb. us an even chance with everybody elne, inrl pass legislation that will bo unduly severe on the manufacturing ir.ferests: or Alberta. Let us at least know, wrial'-legislalion you are pro- posing liefpre It passes. We are not antagonistic to labor, but simply want to treat fairly and to be treated our- selves in the same way." That is what a delegation of Alberta manufacturers toM Premier Stewart and the cabinet miuleters in.an inter- view tills morning. don't you and tlio 'labor, men get together, "and thresh out some of I Business End of Convention is j Ueing Taken I'p S Women Meet Keb. Canadian after 10 o'clock this morning the Grain Grow- ers' of Saskatchewan opened the flnst part of their convention program b} I the holding of sessions of the trading secilons. Those sessions, lasting throughout tiic clay, .ire of a private il nature being open only tc- actual mein bers, tbe public and press belus de nied admittance. Tho niuraing session was devoted to orts on sales of debentures and general discussloo, tbe oi Ihe report of '.he treasurer and routine The most Important part of tbe ses- sion, other than the reading of tho fin- ancial report, was tbe Introduction ct :i resolution which defines clearly the functions' of the 'trading Some confusion has apparently exist- ed in tbo past In this regard and the resolution seeks lo place beyond dis- cussion the eiact stand of Ibis depart- ment of ths association. Tho balance sbeet of the depart- ment, as Issued In Ihe oflicial booklet shows assets lo the value with liabilities amounting to 1291.607. The total paid uu capital Is shown as and an impairment per sur- plus account of J32.S10. During this morning tbo women's section of tbo association is also In conference. Following a motion ol the board of directors at 0 o'clock the. sessions opened in the Haptist church with an address from tho president, Mrs. C. B. Flatt, of Tantallon, in which tho year's work was. carefull> reviewed. The executive has also sub- mitted a report 6 ivhlch attention )3 drawn to the fact that tbe convention will bo asked to decide whether women grain growers should continue] to bo affiliated with the national coun- cil of women provlnclally or tbrougli their federation, the intor-provlncial council 'of farm women. An interesting report was submitted by Mrs. 31., L. Biirb.snk, of ttegina, sec- retary of lhe''wbmen's section. It is shown tbat..duflng the year 42 new ectlons have been afidcd and the membership has doubled. Spec- al illneUon, the report states, has bean shown during yesr to lUe ruedlcsl work In the rural com- munities and la relief work. SLAUGHTER OF CALVES young stat- FLU BAD IN KAMLOOPS B. C., Feb. The Witnesses nt tho mlk have spread at influenza here tilled tl'at dalrj-mcn are I'v tbe-habit vinces, Them men are has led kuth'orUles to take drastic sTiort-sIgbteil policy. of killtug calyes for saeir lildes In action !R order to tbe disease. order that they would not have, Schools, churches, theatres and other pi-ovlda them Kith milk. puWCo places have betn closed. More The destruction o( she-stock and TillvVbu Hear AlJblson your (jueatlons you? You could agree on a. good deal 'of legisla- tion before it goes to the legislature.'1 "I can tell you frankly and was Premier Stewart's answer to the clolegaton. "that this government is down on close corporations. We arc yerrfcctly willing to consult with you or any other organization or industry In regard to any legislation it, and we have 110 desire to pass laws lhat will affect anybody without his knowing about it or having a chance to know about it." OTTAWA, Veb. Canadian The delegation, which went from Canadian claims i against join manufacturers' congress in Germany fov reparation for'losa oi sion here, was headed by Charles Rob- VICTIMS RESCUED EMney, Ever, bladder and uric troubles are most dangerous becaoaa of their insidious attacks. the first warning they give (bat they need atterrtbn by taking COLDMEOAL worti't ttandard rnned; for wfll often wird off dis- unl atrtnfthen ttw body againut fonbtt attacks. All box. fa. nta Im atovt H iuutm Canadian lives and duinaRc to prop-; erly ot Canadian citizens which now amount to nbout are to lie placet! tbroiigh a committee con- sisting of Mr. Thomas Mulvey, under- secretary of state; Col. C. II. of Ottawa, rind C. C. Robinson, of Tor- onto. Wljflo claims for reparation tire still coming in, It is thought that the greater part of them arc now in llic hands'of the slate department. The committee In Ottawa will put tho, claims in shape for their preaentalton j to the reparations conifjittcc In Paris, A committee of tho JJritls'h overseas dominions in London, on which Sir George Fcrley, Canadian high com- missioner, represent this country, wHI j pass upon the clafma from the difi'cr- j ent parts of the empire before they are lo the in Paris, where Sir John Jiratlbury Is represent- ing the nritlsh Empire. son, chairman of tlie Alberta section of Ihe Canadian Manufacturers' Asso- elation. mm Simply dissolve a Peps la your mouth. YouKbrealh cirriei the medicinal Plae Vapor, which It all parts of the throat, nasal and liquid medicine conld not possibly .reach. vapor de- stroys all germs with which It In contact, soothes iod heals the Inflamed membrane? and fortiflesy ou against coughs, coldi, sore grippe. Peps contain absolutely no hainj- ful drugs and arc. therefore the safest remedy for children. across it the name and dalcof paper, an J mail it (with Ic. stamp to pay return, postage) to Co., Toronto. A trlfl) packet will then be sent you. All drug- jisis and stores sell Teps, 50c.box. P.efornv forces that jmt the bone dry law tbrongli are quietly or- Biinizlns In the U. S. Congress ngainst horso racing and gambling. ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN' Not Aspirin af All without the "Bayer Cross" Wives and Mothers of Canada CO.VSTAXTIXOPLK, Feb. archy prevails in' captured by tlie Hp1ehpyiki, n.ccoriiing to the latest art vices ro from city. -The fighting hroke out on February 7 between various arm- ed fiictlons. Comniun'tion out of Odes- a is suspended for the present Hefcrring to the situation at pa, a HolshovJk received I in Dr. Place's Favorite 1'rc.scrip- iviruless from Moscow today aays: "In Odessa our iroop3 slopped by the fire ol warships nnd nrtUlery which was particularly, fierce in Ihe streets. cars wcro used and Held artillery point-blank. The was'finally driven from tlie town on Sunday. "In rbc direction of Mozyr occu- pied Aiialcff." TRY TO BREED RUST- RESISTING WHEAT HKGlX.iV Feb. C. A. Dun- ning informed tho Saskatchewan legis- lature lhat Prof, .iolin Jtrackcn was conducting 'jxpcriuicnts in the hope nt being aule lo breed a rust resistant (vhoiit which, if 'successful, would re- suit in the saving ol millions ol dol- lars to the country. The announce- ment was made in connection with tha vole of for npcclal re- search work al [he university. Trio namo "Bayer" or, Aspirin is ft positively A'-i.irin.- pf "B.iTer Tablets of Afpirln" which Stcrlmy on sih-pr. ft conlniM dirociion'a for the only ToMhAtlic. Knmhc, Neu- tho Aspirin prcacntfd by Ufienmr.tirm, Ncuri- lor over nineteen yt-nn and- J0fnt Paliw, 1'ain daae ui Canada. I -fin boxca of J2 tablets cost Always Luy an unbroken package'u fewccnta. Thcro la only oae ranat a.iy U3flycr1' tha fMtlo nark In cf rijcr r-f Jlono- o( ErJIcyllcacJil. Whlla It Is well Uno-.vr. ihr.l Jninufncinre, to fljiilst tho public ngairm IrnUnilorjf, et Uaytr Compiay Lo their traOc mark, tao tion olVrs niid my when I had nit