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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, FEBRUARY THE LETHBK1DGE DAILY HERAIJJ In Liquidation fif Enemy Debts a Few Millions In- volved (By Canadian Press Leased Wire) OTTAWA, Feb. terms o( the order-m-councll covering jlho establishment heio of a clearing ''olnce for tho liquidation of enemy debts havo not been made public, 11 h understood that Canada will dell In this matter direct with Germany. rather than through tho Imperial authorities. One reason for this, it Is that while Canada has ouly a low million dolhra involved, th.0 I'.rlllsh Kmplio as a whole has ahout to collect and If Canada's share were, io bo collected as part of this larger, sum, It would be a much longer period before a settlement t-oitld bo reached. Tho course proposed will mean the sending of a man. to Berlin to look iifter Canada's Interests In ihs clear lag office there, while Germany will ;tleo havo to send a representative to Ottawa: Had tho other plan been fol lowed, however. It would have been necessary to haVc a representative in nither London or Paris for a much lunger period thau by dealing direct Germany, U-Is'likely that the clearing office come under the minister of fin- ance and that the work will continue, to bo carried'on by the enemy debts oonimitUe, of which the secretary of ctnto 'U-chairman, with representa- tives from the departments of state, justice- and finance. These were Messrs. Thomas Mulvllle, state depart- ment; J. K, Forsyth, tlnancu. and C. C. Itobinsofl justice department. This been actively dealing with" enemy, debts since 1918. The, money taken over Is to be ap- propriated uiid: placed to thcv credit of (ic-nnany, and .this, it is expected, will help In.offset the ('1311115 for repara- tion which are now being tiled. Opposes Labor's Program For Settling Present in Paisley Speeches LONDON. Feb. Canadian Asqulth is spurt- leg strongly In tbo last lap of the PaiBleV contest. Bvo meetings. Yesterdav ho spolco He said that price of flour the Canadian wheat' board last Ml. The advance by the local bakers' at tha amounted to one cent per loaf. They would still lie within their- right by' of i cent. Pats, which are used lo the extent of about one pound to bag of (tour, have tone up five par pound since the board's ruling was made. There has also been' au ad- vance in staled. would be justified under the extra burden al foils' In asking nine cents tor the 16 6z'. a baker in- terviewed declared. was a maiden city of UberalUro hiit that they must not 'ie satisfied merely to keep their ground. Labor's jireat cblutba of troubles by nationalization, be 33id, would bring greater dlfficul' ties than they could cure. Sotting iip Asqslti. should make his political rec- ord ih's liiut of the contest when It ursB the ot Ms government that the dtfmirr fcecoaio saddled with debt which was crushing lu- dustryr nil .11. (n.C.) The Armouries, Calgary, Alta. CJ. 1 lowland, 101st Rcgt, B. F., The Armouries, Edmon- ton, Alfn. WINNIPEG HRBAD MAY JUMP AGAIN WINNIPEG, Man., board of commerce nrcail report for) November, tabled before tho city! council, nlloWs an Increase In broad prices of ono nnd one-quarter conta per loaf lo. cover the advance la tho High School displayed for a perform- nncc of classical niuslc, Is convincing evidence of tho that, tho people must be a music and amusement lov- ing class with atfislfi for oetler things. I feel quite sure there must Ijd other concerns nnd efforts of Svhtcb I nm not yet acqualnleil, but I am hoping to como Into closer contact in tliu near future. "Only last night I lenrncll ihere was .1 movement on foot to prodiice 'Tho Yoeman of the duanl.' Ilrnvo Loth- (bridge! Keep tho pod ft liolllng, and Feb. Tho my lest wishes go with you Onraro denlera In Cllntoii. O., Imvo a nickel-ln-tiic-slol device for nupplyitig air and water to motor vehicles. 0 BlaMM Umitrf, The great common sense of the human race says--" Go to bed when you're tired; get up when you're rested" J UST how long it takes to get-rested depends on how .you sleep. If you are only about half asleep all night, waking at every, little sound, you can stay in bed twenty-four hours and still need sleep. Sleeping soundly is a matter of getting perfectly relaxed. Nobody can sleep soundly in a bed that rattles or squeaks, as most beds do. What you heed for deep, sound steep all night is a perfectly quiet bed and a spring that invites complete relaxation. That is why people'sleep so much better on a Simmons ?rletal Bed and Waldorf Box Spring, witn: Simmons Mattress and npHE Simmons Metal Bed is noiseless. It locks firm at the corners. The cor- ner locks are made of pressed steel have much longer bearing surfaces than the aver- fit true and snug not a creak, rattle or feeling of unsteadiness. The Simmons Pressed Steel Corner Locks are protected by basic patents. They are the most fundamental inventions of modern bed with. Simeons Limiledj not to be duplicated or imitated, And these patented corner locks nave made possible the Three-piece Bid the new Simmons idea the spring forming a single unit with the side rails. The Twin Bed is the most advancexTthougKt'bf the time wel- comed by nice people everywhere. Physicians ate urging i separate bed for everybody. One sleeper does not disturb THE Waldorf Box Spring really Sen tne other or draw OIJ the and other what you have always wanted a to do. It invites complete relaxation.' It supports the tody at ease on fine re-" silient spring coils each coil conforming freely to the contours, so that the spine is perfectly rested, whether one sleeps on the back or on the side. Simmons'Waldorf Box Spring is covered with ticking of the finest grade and great wearing qualities, in new and attractive designs. It fits firmly on the bed is noiseless never sags or humps, never loses its resil- iency. And to make the sleeping .equipment complete, Simmons Limited produces Mat- tresses and Pillows worthy to go with Simmons Metal Beds and Waldorf Box Springs. If you haj'e given much thought to sleep it will interest you to know that Simmons Limited are specializing in Twin Bids. are not commune cated. I ''HE hard work and nervous strain of these days are forcing attention to ship. Simmons Metal Beds, Waldorf Box Springs, Mattresses and Pillows are what you are looking for. They invitt slftp. will find them in your leading deal- er's store. You have choice of beautiful styles in and in enamel in colors and natural wood effects. The prices are no higher than for ordinary beds. And whenyou are sck ctingyour Simmons Beds with an eye to their appearance in the room, you will see that Simmons has for the first time established beautiful and authoritative design in Metal Beds, If you d.o not know the Simmons Mer- chants in this section, we shall be glad to send you their names, ST. JOHN TORONTO Sleep is a big subject! Wri'c us for ike krockvrt, Leading Medical Journals and Health Say Separate JSeds and Sotted frtt of charge. SIMMONS LIMITED WINNIPEG MONTREAL CALGARY VANCOUVER Built for Sleep i ;