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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR TllK LETHimiQGK DAILY HERALD FEBRUARY 10, 1920 She Tberalt alberta DAILY AND WESKLX rrtftltlari and Publithtfa THE LETH1HIDCE HEMAfD PRINTING COMPANY, UMITID Ith Street South, A. Buehanu and Director Tcmncc Busings Hanagti TELEPHONES Office UMtrtal Offkt ir Audit Bureau of CirtulitUnc per weak .....t U. S. VIEW OF CANADIAN EXCHANGE Dealing wjrth Ihe present problem ot as it affects Canada an 1 tho United Stales, the New York Sun observes.lhat a note-worthy fact about tho industrial expansion, commercial power and. financial problem of Can- ada Is that while Canadian exchange in New York has been at a discount of 10 per cont. to 12 per cent. British exchange has been at a discount of 25 per cent, to 2! cent. While the British pound has been worth 13.49 in New Yorii it has been worth J3.90 in, Canada. And.lst it he remembered, nearly half of all Canadian esporU go to Great Britain. On the other hand. Ihe United Stales in Canada's pre- eminent buying market. The New Yorli paper refers In slow- ing terms- to Canada's part In Ihe war. For more them five years, II says, Canada has bec-u a horolc fiuancier of "ICratiuued from Front Daily, Dkilr. per yenr 7.50 by year br matt, oei- jrew...... 1.H br mall, per year to U.S. J.W the Allies in eencral and In particular ot Great "Our intrepid neigh- bor's contribution lo the winning of Ihe war was not merely in troops which measursd by her population, were-sent'across prodigally, and in DttM of espiry or .ubicrlptlon ehinped stupendously for "er to other fighting forces in Kurope. Canada bpught raw ma fc oir authority to contlbiM LEAGUE OF NATIONS ASSEMBLY AND COUNCIL In view of the recent controversy created by the attitude of States iu regard to the status of Can- ada and the other Dominions In the League, .the particular constitution of the Covenant of the League, showing the relation of Ihe Dominions to the League, is not without Interest. It will serve lo clear the air in respect to the stand taken the States In reference to the special status of DID Dominion In Ihc League, This.parti- cular phase the situation has been given an added interest in (he very tallying address given by Hon. C. K. Mitchell at tho Rotary luncheon on Monday. There he drew atlentio.n lo the significance of rue presence of the Canadian delegates at the Interna- tional .Labor Conference of the- League- of "Nations held in Washington as emphsslilng the recognition of Can- ada as an individual nation in the League of Nations. Canada, it will be- noted, has a vole In the Assembly as distinguished from the Council s; the League, but this does not make it impossible tnat Canada will be at some time or other in terlal in Ihe United SUtes and else- Where by the-hundreds of millions of dollars and manufactured It into mu- nitions and war weapons and equip, ment of.all kinds, speediug.-it lo the Alllefe on credit. Canada thus became and Canada continues to be one of the great creditor nations ol (.From Our Oven Correspondent) TURIN', Feb. and Anuio camo hoiuo Friday from a week's visit with their sister, Mrs. J. Van linn-tils, who lives near bridge. The next dance iu the Turin hall will be Friday, February faille Mills and Viulet Sinclair re- turui'il Wednesday from their trip to IbH'ublk', wash. .They report a good time, Aut wero ssrprlsed io tir.A that the three years of crop failure had prevailed there too. Jim Holmes IsauHss from Coal- dale- Wednesday. Notices have just been received thai our mail service Is to be changed making Ccaldalo Iho distributing office Instead ol Lelhbrldge. The new schedule 'will Include bul three malls per week Instead of tha four ye now have The change will be a disappoint- ment to ,all of us who worked and wailed patiently lo bring the com- munity mare in'touch with the rest of tua vrarMi We have been qptiuiistip euough to think the country was go- Ing forward instead of backwards. Thos. Jensou has, returned from N'auton where he has been visiting his brother who critically ill. His RICKED UP IN SS1NG Peace With Auttrla After briefly referring to Ihe peice, conditions. Ills Majesty said he. In- tended shortly to ratify-peace with llutgaria anil Austria. The negotia- tions for peaco -with Turkw, ha were "being pressed forward with all possible Speed." Referring to the recent In Paris and Ijondou. hs said: "I earnestly trust that as the result of these meetings a settlement of the iong-ccutinued Adriatic shortly be reached., in order, how- everi to assure the full ot and prosperity to It it esseullal that not only nor- mal conditions of lUe should be n- stored in Eastern Europe and sia. Stf long as these fast- withhold their full contribution to the stock of commodities for general con- sumpllon, tie cost of can hardly, he reduced or genera! prosperity stored }o the world." >Vith reference to the TBI MAX Stratfofd citizens are prolestlug to the Police. Commissioners asalnst the increase IE rales granted lo taxi own. -Prof. Pulljng, Fredericiou. N.B., ot the faculty ot" the New Brunswick I'nlvertUy, was painfully Injured by the eJBlojioa ot hot water front in a stove he was iighltng. The annual convention of Ihe Erie Fishermen's Association U be- ing held In El. Thomas on Feb. 10, H and 13. That, ai Lestke, age oS, concession committed suictd' Wi tiiw, the world. Foil (ha. nine months ending 'With last December Canada's foreign trade n gain of about thirty millions over the corresponding period 1918. For the niu'e mouths Canada's oioprts, at show'ed a gain of more than twenty- sli millions; her imports, at a gsio of twenty-tour mlll- iCfiE.' nine months, in spile of We U.S. heavy balance against Can- ada, her net balancs on all her foreign trade, Vas about one hundred and fifty millions...- There are, however, continues the New'York-Sun, credit bounds beyond brolher Join remained at Is'aiitoa. George uhdA'rthur .Arrowsmith zr out of schdol as R rosull of measles. Tue, lecture by John P. Magulra in the .Turin hall was well attended and evidently enjoyed. Emerson Haines and family and the Peters family from Spring Coulee were guests of Mrs. Wm. Jlcllow last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alei .Thorburn. Gil bcrt, Johnson and Norman AVoodcock wero transacting business in bridge There' will be a meeting in the Turin hall Wednesday at 1 p.m. to discuss the Irrigation, question. the King said: The imperative and difficult prob- lems which have arisen Su the eoa) mining Industry should be settled on an enduring basis. You will be o consider a proposal for the acQulBir ion of coar royalties by the for he Improvement of th> mining areas and for the future order- ng of the Industry." Thel King's reference io Ihe liquor egulatlon question was: "References during the war "showed ho vlearly. Injurious effects upon national efficiency of the., eicesaiye consumption of strong drinfc, and thi amelioration. In both health andeffi cleney, which followed appropriat measures of regulation and J jlll, accordingly, will be presented U von providing for the development, p a the peace-lime Vegula [Ion of the .sale nil supply of iiolic liquor." Among the bills which the King said would be Introduced were measures for jhe after-war organization of the army and for the creation pi an supply ot cheap electric water power, and a bill dealing wilh tho reform ol _the house, ol .com- DEHLlN'.'Feb: The coramlttae o foreign arfs'lrs of the national asset bly will meet today to consider ill extradition .question. Jt seems i! 6, Jot ______ while.Iho ot the were a church. Aid. J. f. McLellan, HasiiUou. win the Gray property, expect o start planing mill operations b April 1st. the Chatham, Wallaci >urg and Erie railway have bee awing to lac Oscar Wllhur Bennett, lecturer a the Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph, died of- pneumonia after near- ly- weeks' illness. The Rope and Clothing Co., Kit- chener, are building a new dye house and knitting plant to take care ot In- creasing business. Supt. Petiuegnat, Kitchener Commissioner, will drill two new wells in order to.try and get the .water sup- ply up to gallons daily. annual Incomes In excess of froia IHc'rarj' work. a woman was on the operat- _jg table In a' Now York doctor's of- Ice, H 'collapsed, crushing her hand. hi} it. suing.him for York-courl ruled that when woman marries a second t'ime she auuot .mike her first-and ushand Increase alimony. New York theatrical.producers ru-j port of chorus girls, de-] ptte the that Iheir wages huve doubled lii'ihe last'tew years, A Cal., Ba pt 1st u re h has constructed 'a 160 foot play- ground, .with free accommodations iriil city news- boys. It ihat the Alberta governiuent KliV in the uear tutnre open' up 'an ottice in Calgary, wltli a 1 tor 'the handling- of j departmentaj pn'slness affecllng Cal-; Alberta. In temper as a result p( angry words 6he exchanged Mrs. R. Armsbrong, whg Hfe> OB' a farm- near Airdrle, 'at- tempted suicide by shoot- Ing herae.K a shotgun pn Sunday -now lies at death's door In _Calgarjr general hospital. Herbert1 Hoorer Issued a atstement Sunday defining b is the announced that 16 is for the nomina-' lion aha'that'ho one Is authorized .to I spe'ak for.Iitm politically.. If the lea-! gue of. nations made an issue in [he election he says he will vote for) tiara In Switzerland anc" caiua lo Al- berta iu 1J03. His death wan Cue bloo4 poisoning., In-a weekend raid on Winnipeg's morality officers apprc- hkudett S2 Chinese aiitl charges of POK- opium, srnoWng opium, run- ning a gaming house aud'belne In u gaming house were laid against them. was 'by.the acciisea lolalllng r OT merely- a beautllul case, 'out. a wonderful tone producer. .Voa rver hear a scralch. Cabinet which Canada, rich as she is In natural probaDie (hat. reply to the entente tie- the Council, taking her place a ratin resources, strong as she has -for the'surrender of the Oer- in international trade and mans whose names arc contained in .of go. She can and sell huge-J the will be _. J made until Is received by the four nations who, according to the Covenant, may be named by iho nations constituting Uio Assembly. The Assembly is large body con- Uining of all member States, each State being entitled lo one vote, although It one, two or three representatives, allowing minority representa- tion. Althoush it Is the most repre- sentative body organization, and. although It Is provided that It may deal "with matters within the ;'sphere ot action'of" the league or 'aHeclrag the'peace of the ils .powers are not expressly defined; the only powers expressly granted are to investigate disputes which may be to it, to admit new members to the League by a two-thirds vote, :'_ and io elect four members of 'Council, This power lo elect indtrect- representation upon the Coun- cil lo the small nations which will Vrobably always have a majority In Assembly, and'it constitutes the only organic connection between the 'Assembly and the Council, r -The Council is a body consisting ot .-representatives of nine nations: The I1 Empire, Italy, Japan, and the.UrJled Stales, with four other .Brazil, Greece, .ami i Ihe first tnslance by the Corenani, bul later to be named :bjr the Assembly, at such time ami 'in rech manner as.ihKt hods may de- The Council. Is the Important of tbe League.' Practically aH powers expressly .conferred B.Covenant are conferred, upon 'Council, and these powers are nioreover, i I Is provided in 'literal.terms that the Council -mny irlth "any matter wilhln the 61 action of the League or her owu surplus products. She can carry hundreds of millions more of iuch eKili burdens.' Bul Canada.cannot buy -without limit from (bo Slates, for example, to resell to Great Brllain and the Continent ,oV credit: She can postpone her collec- tions on her deliveries of her own goods. She cannot pay slathers of ca.ih to tbo If. S. for goods that are going to her non-paying customers abroad. Industrially, commercially and fi- nancially, the Sun considers tnat no foreign trade, of the United States has a higher potential value than Ihe trade with 'Canada. No other foreign trade, It asuef'ts, makes so powerful an ap- peal loathe hearts of the people of the With'this H'argues the United States must give prompt and full attention to tho need of Can- adian financing over the border. bolh.the United States and Canada, It concludes, It will be n 100 per cent ERfe investment. "For both it should bo .a 100 per Cent, sound linfc In the chain binding together neighbors friends and kindred." ''Exchange is no robbery'1 cau hnrc ly apply to the'present stale ot ex 'When it comes to a "wet ihe Raymond district gives Us opinion In no.uncertain (erms, by 350 to nil in it's favor. the Gorman government lo Ils of January 25, (In this note Germany asked the'allies, to renounce the exe cut ion of the ex tradition article ol the peace treaty, affirming thai U would inevitably cause poHUcal and conomlc troubles, Uie alternative he- ng proposed lhat the trial of the per ons Involved he held In Gcrniany with he participation.df-allled represents >ves.) The newspapers v that_tho altitude of the govern- ment toward tho .extradition question s unchanged. The association of German regular joldiers carried put aibig. domonslra- ion here yesterday .against acceptance the.-extradition, demand. Similar iemonslratiODS were held -fn .ihe prov- ices. Tha cabinet met yestcrday.and con- sidered tho lisl hut nothing was made public as to the conclusions reached. Other Allied !n addilion (o of Ger- mans or> Ihe. extradition list, the al- lied powers demand access to archives and possession of all German docu- mentary so that prosecution may! be facilitated.- The covering note is undarslood-Jp declare the at lies do not purposa. to grant amnesty lo men not named in the list but will reserve the 'rigLt-to -prosecute them should they be apprcheniled on en tentc soil. Miss Elsa Sclieiner, the only womai whose name appeared on Ihti list o Germans demanded by Ihe allies, is a (From Our Correspondent) recen meeting the Mesisa. Dison, J. Guest aiid T, Hampton started the New Year right by. in creasing the teachers' salaries fo th extent of J120 ijer annum for tile prin clpal and }CO Tor Misses Drane, Hann and Kerr.'. P, Catverl.' inspector o daughter of a' prominent professor o Herlin University, amhhad charge o the women's concentration camp Valenciennes during the .war. The New Rotterdam Courant, a cop schools from Nelson. B.C., visited tl school this reported sati "in all grades. I __. _ recommends tho building of an eigl at ah roomed '.-brick on the Island, hour. halfwayr between Natal and Michel. Such serve both towns and he a ,'bMuty spof instead of an eyesore 4s aie the two frame buildings .now In use. Gfeater effi- ciency in the work, of both, scholars and teachers would result from this consplidalibn. As a .precaution against soialinox Dr. .Weldon vaccinated the pupils ot Division ]..'about a week ago and the others will probably lie Irealert Bhort- The youiigslers. seemed to enjoy at the time, (but there, are some ro arms going nround now. Several children1 are {away from hool with the .hut it Is.hop- this epidemic" will' not spread.suf- clenliy to close any; of the rooms. TIRIJNG' HOME TALENT PRESENTS'FINE PLAY (From Our Own Corresponnent) STIRLING, Feb.' Wednesday venlng, Feb. 4th. H social was given I Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. II. C Boyson. A crowd of their frieiids went -tliore about S o'clock and sur Mrs. Anna' F. Burke, Windsor, who ith her sevea-months-old baby has een missing for 3f week, was last seen nterlng picture' theatre In Detroit. Wro." Teasdale, >Ierril_o.n, was badly urned and injured when the sloye ht was lighting blew up, owing to thei ol water front being, frozen. j i A special train service is being run hTough1 the tunnel at owing p Ice blocking the River SI. Clalr, makfng It impossibre for tho terries to Alex'Green, a brakcman on the it Woodstock, used his foot to lick tie "knuckles" and had his leg jaaly mangled and his fool amputated at the hospital. Barr 'Spanglcr, 98, of Marietla, Pa., was reflected president of National Bank. Tips received by waiters, porters or other-persons are taxable under ihi U.S. income tax law. the party wliica.Btands. for the leagtie. j Ka rl. died in Memphis, j this niontlu He was, founder of .the Swiss colony, which located In wnat-was then knofcn as ot-irhich he was postmas-j ter. Later tlie name was changed lo Stettlcr, after, Mr. Stetller. He was Upwards You never thlnV of spenSing laf raouey oh 'clothes or thing without piamining various do tho cjme in Phon- ographs. See the befort buying.1 -Tli HMM of I jof which has been received here, print At last records, say 'ihe Shelby j a teller from a contributor who say Record, Governor Morrow has made fifty-elglit colonfels for his staff. If he had a regiment for every colonel Ken- tucky couid-whii) fho world. U Was a happy (bought of the Prince f to remember Windsor, On- ario, when he waa being entertained t Windsor In England. Jt Is just this iioushtfuUvsss that has'inndo Uridah toyulty tba popular instittilion It (s. th'e peace of the of power which Is pregnant iwilh grejl possibilities. By express provision, the. Council has to plan reduction o? arnmmcnls, to ad .yiie regarding private ntannfacturc of munitions, to advise how the tcrrllor- I. Integrity and -political (ndepend- 'mce of member States Cf.n be prc- rved in case of atlack, io Tecora nend what military or naval force lember Stales shall contribute for se against a nation unlawfully resort to war, to formulate plans lor wrmanent court of international jus to inquire into the merits of dls .1 and make recommcndallonn, lo oposc elcps tor giving effect to and to issue charters to man "tory Stales defining 'their duties i tho tutelage of backward countries "matters of procedure-1 nd for tho appointment of Briecln :inmillees of Inquiry, both the As mbly and tho Council may dodd y ft majority Vote of tho .TOented, bul on nil matters mi iprossly exceplcd frum Hit! goners ithoso bodies must act by un slmc-us volo- What with sAnjus Lyell and thu Board of Public Utilities the Mayor las a busy lime with his pen. There s one thing vdlii his tic Is not accustomed lo take tilings lying down.' He certainly telfcves lhal the pen is mightier than the sword. lie worked with Prof.'Sclielncr nt th sirb-pbysical observatory nt Potsdan and asserls. the professor's ilnughtp nonrrnd the enmity of the allied worn en spies Vy1 ho were imprisoned al he camp. He however, Ih alters to Prof.'Schelner showed t! daughter had many friends among t! prisoners and tiial she did nnt appro ot .CiCrman policies. No Trial on Swiss Soil KUHICH, newspape puLIIsli this creiilng what nprarenl is an official or semi-official note sa ing tho government' would refuse have Ciernnns accused of war crim by the allies tried In Switzerland Ilic event this Is proposed by Ucrinoi The view Is lield here lhat Germa may suggest- this In reply to Ihc lies. 'An aerial mail plane1 covered the 355 miles from, Cleveland to Chicago at ah average speed of 155 miles an Among nine persons baptiiei through'a holn cut In'.the ice a Eliiabethtown, was 'a manySi years old. While firemeu fought a fire on th' lower floor, of a Scranton, Pf., house a woman gave birth to .daughter. r A Chicago teacher of the feeble-: minded declares some of her pupils are working tor higher salaries than she receives.1 t A motorbus 'goes through the out- ylng districts-of Ilentei, Cal., ptter- ng a free ride to anyone wjio will at- end church service. Unable to use his auto because of ce-coteied streets :a Seymour, Nnd., skates lo reach the homes f his patients. Jfore than a American' 'wo- meir anfl playwrigbls are Bald to re- Wherie ver Commissioner James Murdoch ol Ihe Dank of Commerce slaled lhai [he claim of Ihe textile manufacturers 1 In regard to tho questionnaires might "fool the public, but it didn't fool the Hoard." what about the Board's Oimiiv'u of tho public? There is one thing lo bo gleaned from Iho list of vrar cvilprUs named by the Allies for extradition from Ger- many, and that la wo note lhat Von Kluck whom we had known and lost awhile is still much alive. this particular case he will have no parti- cular desire lo tin In the limelight. Clifford Johnson, tfi years, tnon, was sentenced lei one month In Jail for fraud. The liny victimized storekeepers by impersonating wel known ciiStomPrfe over (lie. telejvli instructing them lo innnr-y ;inrj i'oods (o LONDON, Veli. Canadian Ilnldiine Issues an ex- planation declaring hjs statement that (ho hope of tlie fulure Iny with labor, had no reference lo any particular clectioti, hul vvns directed Io fulure policy generally. "If I worft a f'nisloy he stales, "I should vole for Mr. Asqulth. not nierely because lie has been my old chief snd Intimato friend, or oven on nccnunt nt the great cloflnite viees he has rendered (o tlin ualiun nut liecnuso I think at lime the Interests of tho slate require tho prea once in the conimons of n man wliosf commanding parliamentary gifW wll enable him mil otilr lo advise, bul in fliKsncn Ihc house in vllal prcBsing Is rised them. The time was spent in inglng, resiling and games, after which a light lunch was partaken.of Ml present hail a very 'enjoyable Ime. The same evening a social was give nt the home ot John Oier, In behal of his daughter, Tlielma. -The your folks In attendance spent a.very-pleas an i. lime. Friday evening. Feb. the Prin ary Association put on a play entitle: "The Village which" wai credit to our own home' (aient, everyone taking part seemed right a home on the stace; The wa: crowded anil everyone gave words 0 praise for the able way In which th jilay was presented. Mrs. Eliza llrandlny entertained Sa urdny evening. Feb. 7, in honor of.b daughter, Theodora, who, has reached her fourteenth biriliday. Among Thco- dorr's mnny invited friends were (ho llsaes Jackson and Ostlund, (rom .elhbridgc, Mrs. Eliza who has ieen operated on al the 0'ift Hpspl- .al, la still improving find her many 'rlends hope she will BOOH be to tome homo oguin. Tlio U. F. A. and U. P. W. A. nf Stirling will hold n program.and dance Wednesday evening, February llth. There will nlsn be an election of offi- cers of tho U. P. W. Everybody Is Invited and a very good time Is antl- _______., your "'skin is blotchy or _ Iplmply" ZaM-Buk is First, with warm'water and Zam-Buk Soap. i-Bukrtn- I hsd for ......a long time blotches aoi, If thU la perslitf ntly wch nljht oa my face Mr, and had used nanedlca repaid by ax much improved dltlonof tbf akin, and evcnto- Uy ky freedom f al! orpimptti. Un. Owen A: Gee, of 3 Bona- .re., Montreal, natea: without recelTlnc beaeflt, that I, tod (ircn up Kvfc anytklnf caring ITIP irhen 'was I hoTr- ever, to f It and to ray I toon noticed a markrj con. ditlon. I With Zam- "Oeotrally JI hare no faith In ckin remedies, bfat I willing to admit that Buk oatH finally It rid my si; In Zam.Buk ia quite different'. It of evtrf spot and blotchy patch U very inperior to anything I and left it clear; and smooth. haTeererattd.andlhavefOod Zam-Bnk ia ctrUlnly worthy to know, I inna- of ill credit and praise f lyeii It." Vot '-ciema, bolls, blood-poifoninf, piles, cuts, burns >ad icaldt, Zam-Buk All box. am-Buk BUILD ------OF BRICK BRIClf AND HOLLOW TILE CONSTRUCTION COSTS LESS LUMBER SAVES-Painting Expense, Fuel, Insurance, Depreciation >OU CAN SECURE A LARGER LOAN on a BRICK and HOLLOW TILEBUILDING Lcl us quote you prices for shipment from stock or direct; from kilns. ave a large stock and irhmeaiate shipment from Ulhbndge We h cipated. Jlr. George Olcr left last Thurflday mornliiK for lOaho. lie has gonfi to hiilld a fine resilience for his Brother, James, Stirling Ogden. who !n Coahlalb for the fall and wjnter, re- turned home today. Ilia many friends urn glnd lo ces' him back. It e.ipecled a coodly number from -Stirling ami district will nlieml Iho meeting and bnmiuel.lo be hold In liaymond on Monday, Feb. 9lh.' The heailii nf Iho peopic herti is very Rood .IH is no or al Ihc WC nave a laiVC aiiu ----r I I ,1 n n mixed.cavloads 6f Brick, Hollow Tile, Cement .Plaster, Lime, Metal Lath, Beavev. 0 BoarcC Prepared Roofings, Nails, I J. B. TUTOEY CO., p Phone 755 mm Builders' Supplies and Equipment LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. 1245 Second Ave. S. ;