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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY PAGE NINE TOhOXTO, many pulpits tn this city Sunday the Importance o( the campaign to raise money In con- noetlou with the inttr-chuKh, forward iqovement was emphasized la 'antici- pation of the week's big drive, which n-lll begin tomorrow morning. Five Metho- tutting but' to raise' a- total of this week, each denomination working nil combined In the movement The objective of each Is u follows: i'reabyterlau. MiOOO.WO; Methodist fJ.OQO.QOO; Anglican, tls, and' Congregational, J100 The Methodist .campaign heidduarl crs toilghtWeiiiirted' that already most ortji, quarter of. tlio special EUb fic'rlpttons. v :n Saskatchewan'tbo Methodists ar ealj to'be io enthusiastic that In K have been tfops for three'yeari.ilhe farmers ar borrowing money share I the i John Is s.ettlrtg.the' pace .for Ne Brunsivjck.'. AXtolcgram to-tho'Mell disUtieidauarlers {fain St.'John stated that all- the 'churches of that city "would exceed their objective. -r _ Methodist churches cipect goals tomorrow, J76.0M; Trinity, and 'aul'8 Methodist church. J25.000. St. II HEfCASTlElD VESSELS FOR ME Foster Teljs Quebec Pciatncer Vessels Not 01 tost Feb Recently tlie prMldenTof the Quebec board of trarto to' Sir Foster, drawing attention to Hon.. C. .0. Ballantyno's ta' which': he. declared the in- loniior. -pf government to build In Canaiia a number of pas- senger steamers for the Canadian ser- vice! Tho reply of' Sir George F.oster now has been published. In il.the acting premier slates that "no policy has as yet been adopted by the gov- ernment looking to. the construction o! passenger' ships with a speed of 15 knots, or, Indeed any pas- senger ships with any speed in tho Canadian service.- Appropriations have, heretofore, been used for tho construction of freight vessels, anil 1 lu not think it possible .that for Ihe present Ibis policy wjll be altered." But f raMws" Brought Health and Strength 29 ST. Ross ST., MO.VTRKAL, "I am writing you to tell you tint I.owe to'' Fru it-a Ihti' '.This medicine relieved when I lud given up hope of ever being well. I it terrible sufferer from suffered for years; and nothing I fool: did me any good. I about "Fj'iiit-a-'tivcs" and tried them. After Ukinga few lioies, ofthisvioaitrfulintdicincmadcfrom fruit juices, I am now entirely well" Madame liOSIXA KOIS12. BOe. a box, B for trial size 25c, At all dealers sund postpaid by Fruit-a-livcs Limited. Ottawa. NttSEMRS GREATEST III il Thai is Why Industrial Associa (ion is Behind Immigration Scheme LANSB'JRY Kdrmer Socialist member of the British House of Commons, who is oh his way to Soviet Russia, having' ob lalned permission Russia. cod-liver, oil. 'is not medicine as many are prone medicine. is -a fo'irp .pi growth-nourishment ithk( to many; children. That thrive.on 6Ver> aW vatca titm.rrow NEW YORKERS DEAL FOR DEVONSHIRE HOTEL SITE ALMOST COMPLETE WHPQPJNG j imyrJIA COUGH A5THHA COLDS .CATAI1H ar.J e.Tcclive avoid! n.Vaperiirf Cre-iilcn-, tup i Wkoopine Codsi teliovVs Crouji tt onee-It il ateon f ram A Ur eimrinz the aootbei the Kirs throat and the CO ffh StnJt itt 'postal M co. SIR T. LIPTON ON "DRV" AMERICA (London Time's) Sir Thomas Llpton arrived a' Southampton yesterday on board the White Star liner Adriatic after visit ing the Shamrock in, America. Asked his experiences of "dry" Am erica, Sir Thomas remarked that he had no doubt there would be sufliclen whisky in' America to toast the victor Inus Shamrock. In every hotel on could see'bottlcs of ...whiskey for prl vate people. "They tell you that yo cannot- get It, for love or bu they a'r'e always 'able to leadiyou to I The ROllceman-iwill solemnly declar that it is agaitfat the regulations, bu be can, alwayi'- it. The hotel Barter sole'tarily. Informs that it is against tli'e but: adds that he can get a drop for you. Even the taxi driver says it 'cannot be got, but If you get In his. cab he can always take you to a place where you can get it." CHICAGO'PAINTERS TO BAR AMERICAN LEGION MEMBERS of the Chicago Union. Local No. 275, planned oday 'ijl members of the American 'Legion from its ranks. Dele ;ates of the local attending tie Cui cago of tabor, meeting made ihe announcement.- They de clared anyone .who joins the .Legion cannot he in sympathy with union ism. Legion members were termed "tool: of the capitalistic class." Applause greeted the announcement of th painters organization plan The' federation -.condemned In Red roundup declaring it plot to Kill labor unions in America Only ono1 dissenting veto wao cas> against n resolution asking congress t scat Victor Berger, Socialist electe the Fifth WsconBin district So Declares Archbishop, Van- v( couver, Speaking About Present. Unrest VANCOUVER, ail official circular read in all arch- diocesan churches His Grace Most Reverend Timothy Casey, D.D., arch bishop'of the clergy of the Catholic arch-diocese 01 tho subject of the relations betweei capital and labor and urged "just co ordination" between the employer-anc the' employes. He said in part: "The great struggle of is between capital and labor; the employer and the' working man, as each looks upon the other as an adversary. "There is some right and some wrong' side ot hoth; that is, of the employer and the employes, and it is for us where e -right shall1 he promoted and the rong set aside, so that justice and JIcK. Bovrman, o New York CityiJ'eft England today aboard-' steamship l.apland fo lome.-V-J'usi before.' he left London he1 would b able to close.lhe.Jleal for the Devot shire.' sHe for rhamiiMilh hotol. H said' "that .was b the final paper ,The holidays, h of th legal'' ph'ases ''transaction a be'had.desircd. 'lie adde that :h'e' expected Jeveryihing. would b by time he1 returned t London. aext'sprfng.. __.. Mr. B6wmafaT5aId; that his hotel; which Ii6 will call the Biltmor will 'not' be, of r spect to London's style 'of 'low buil ings, but tfiat'.thir sile was larg enough to .enable him to build a tho sand-room hotel at a cost of abo a'rbbnii.He ihoug he could erect: tho. within months'atier. the "final papers we signed.. He two' other .tentative sites, if Ihe deal, for the 'Devonshire plot does not materialize, However, he believes the deal. for .it-a's'gbod as closed. 'Sol Bloom' and family also are re- If You Enjoy Good Coffee DO (Sueclal ttie Herald) EDMONTON, Feb. want to jpress every thinking man in this rovince .with the Importance of or- anlzing for a systematic campaign >r Immigration In this country during hat we term our perod o! recen- said Brigadier-General II. McDonald, general manager of a I sttapoonful of roffi pour boiiiag water on it, >ir with of coW SHAL of the country must hand In hand; attend the meeting, even it they do nai industrial, agricultural aud In every receive a personal Invitation meeting is being called by the ciat committee ot the 'Union ot Al- berta Municipalities. Asso-1 other line. We must have..develop- latJon, -in discussing the meeting and il must not be of the lop- Is to be held in Kdmoiiton on i sided variety, but balanced so that it 'ebruary 16th, in conjunction with Industrial Association's meeting, or the'purpose of discussing the or- anization of Iba 'Western Canada 'orpr.iiatlonrAssaclation, "Tlio settle- ment scheme on scale such as pro- posed, by the men behind this new continued the General, combined .with an aggressive Indus- rial campaign, are the two things most necessary at the present time n the development of this country. The time has come when the business man has got to wako up and take an active interest in these matters." "The big business interests through- out Canada have been tho easiest to] interest in this scheme, because they I realize its scope and the fact that it will .fulfill a long felt want by doing a '-work ,whlch the Government Immi- gration Department cannot undertake and naturally :does not come within the scope of any of the private com- panies operating along Ihese lines. There are two ways in which we are going to pay for the five years' spend ing spree which the country was forc- ed into during the war. We must develop and cash In on of our boundless resources arid we must get more people Into tills country to help ns do this. The whole development will bring the greatest resulb to every citizen." General McDonald further stated thai the Alberta Industrial Develop- ment Association, which is hearing the initial expenses of organizing the Colonization Association and .Is send- ing out tile invitations to the meet- ing, is making an effort to get in touch with every interested man In the province. The time, however, is very short and he expressed the hops that all those who are Interested wil' FRANCE GETTING THE TAXES PARIS, Veto. receipts ot the French treasury for the month ot January, 1920, totalled francs, as against 533.83S.800 francs in January. 1919, and the budget esti- mate of francs shows an Increase over January qt last year of francs, and over the-bud- get estimate of These official figures were'made puh- lie by the ministry ot finance today. harity prevailing, ents' of society may, according to od's design, draw close to gether to a'rfy'on just so ork'in harmony-'thai tho peace and rosperily of the community-may ba Esured.'' i j "Tho ownership Ms- unas- ailable, doubtless, and is founded on tie law of nature. ''Besides It is. ound economics sovereign .dvantage to the laborer. .It. opens o him' the-way-ot owning his bume and properly, and thus secures him hat true'liberty -which is the greatest common good of mankinds-Why there are so many attacks upon the prin- ciple is largely due to'the'fact that here is vast ownership which has not jeen legitimately acquired, and is a peril to the public interests. This abuse does a sound principle The overthrow of this the right of of course disrupt the presen! social order, which.may of hut not of destruction If is for us then tb preach and teach those tilings which, ijitl accord not onlv with 5u lice, that''is each ele ment ot society recognizing the rights ot the Other to fulfil its toward! the other but alsiv with a sillies destroy ihe genns which cause sore throat, quinsy, toasiiitis. Keep a box haiidy. So much easier to use thzrt. to the taste. ALL DRL'OQISTS 'thTdiS X OVATIONS FOR PLEMENCEAU CAlftO, Feb. Premier Clcmenccau of is visiting .in.this rejjeivirig ovations from the pepplo wlfenever.he is irig about the streets.- AND PAINS IN THE BACK GROVES HOUSING SCHEME NEEDS IMPROVEMENT SON H C t eb 10 the federal housing scheme while honest 1 designed to bo of tho grc-Ues! enetit to-.returned in real; t'y Ot -considerable im- the opinion of both udgcs spcclatofs.on'the evidence dduccd by the'speakers in the inilia lebate of the Iqcal X3real War Vet association. The proposition that the housing scheme ought to embody the loan features of ho la'nd settlement scheme, which vas held to bo tar luoro liberal- and impqseOl fewer restrictions. NO AGREEMENT ON Ul'Si DEHAND5 Feb. and representatives ot the 'Union Vailrc-tid .employees failed again to reach an agreement on the wage question and (ha conference was ailjourncil until loTnorroW .The union leaders submitted a new slalcmait of iheir ilerhands and alleg ed grievances, twliich nines took under, advlacrnont.ivith'the announcS: ment that te would reply'tomorrow I Optns ttia Pares and Penatrafes j Chitt Colds, Head Spas- mtdlc Stra Tkriat, Stiff Nieic, MdklndradaHmints. Afilyfreaiy ti tfitsklh jwrt the t'ffeciid parts and rub K in. TO ALL WOMEN WHO ARE ILL Woman Vege- table Personal Experience. OfSCOVEpS NEW, ANAESTHEt. JAS. 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