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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Ficnm'Aiw 11, T1IK Ill-UUU) PAGE NINE (Special Cable From John Dafoe.) I I'AIMS. Toll. too iiluiary oi thu conference held today proposals (or the'kaput' of nations we're submitted Tor firil reading Tin- proposal will now ue open world-wide dlsciifi.Moii. and it will (urlhcr con rod at uiien meetings to bu hold (ho re turn oC TrcKlJenc Wilson tcvui Wash- liiBlun. France's Skepticism Tho final difficulty vvhlch hail to nipt in fomiilctfut; iho draft of the Ifngue nations arose from Prance's skfnlicism about i liv of the :id as a guarantee of ilio security U-r isasitYii Iroulter. as Great Hi ilaiu was not to forego dor navnl iiroterUon tin (lies chance Unit th'e will provide'an clal snbstiuito, so Fnim-e Is reluctant d. accent ihc1 risk of sudden attack b> a siUl jiimerfnl' ami revengeful Germany Jiy i milling implicit reliance lu the assurances or by the Icugue. I'nmca wants a gtrmiR strategic' frun or some undenvrit of enyrrgt'Kienla of ihe Joajne o) of Iiur present "ullles or the creation ol something nkln to 11 permanent sUiiidins 'aniiy made uj> of natioi annius subject In emergency to or tlero from n military executive renro Ihe Je.iguu. II is siiil thiit'llie maintenance of a Jorcfj ol this character in Knioce has surest Kraoca's viiiW that u.'ter her slie nut i'ckO'l Ui laka is a h' agreement, hut wmu of these. proposal have been re- p.'mk'd as-prat-tir-able U is expected ill at some formula will bo agree il upon lit iiiy sitting of Iho league ot nations commission toJny which will ineei in tho v-Jeivs of franco. Thla will probably take the form ol u declaration sufficiently ex jilfcu as to nmfco (t plain that nub- to tlic and, in particu- lar, ilip great powers, a special uliligallon to come to the rescuo of you sense a sick headache, or feel a bilious attack coming on, ward it off by the timely use of "rancr if (-ho i? again wantonly at- Middle Course The middle favored by tbe has Iceu alnpu-.! in relation u ih'j renewal of ttw anjjh'jre. In tho proposal is ihLH tho i-.c continue (IT further short JtrluJ contingent upon ihe strict (u! 'iHtnent of original u-rim and lhai here sliall itiereatUT 1st .subtnlltcj ivltti'llio Iciisl jn'FsiVilc ilehiv a drad jf iho e.opoulLO terms of ]icacu as tht-y ijijiiy tn (Ifrmauy. acceptance ity Germany of these will luejui I hi; esieutlon ol the armistice until the I of tii'; doihiite treaty and a mitigation of the severity of ttit b'orV Thb will, to some ex- tent, .ccl going the criticism that ace cenfcrHire- has been jiultlng In place the roal the gathering, the imposition of pcuto s on CieriLKiny. It is certain that Otic of the preliminary terms of peace lo which subscribe will purchases in Canada. Thus the ex necled submission by Germany to th' conditions will niesn the shipment ti the next couple of months of the bacoi surplus which has accumulated ii Canada. Sir Arihur Currle petitioned rr representatives of tho'sold'Cers to ai ,polnt to 'Iho .Canadian .body anco at, the peace congress some pe: son especially concerned with tliel interests and, in reply, the promia was given that an appointment sati factory" lo them would be made. Th choice of Sir Arihur Currifi was th fninilment oE-ihls pledge, but up lo th present his duties as the commande of the Canadian lortis Lu Hit: field Siavo iJjm-hU-'J liii atttiKJinct- in I'arls. Anotlicr conf ore nee coin mission which is unking sieaOy i- that on Intcrnationallzuiion of waU'nvuya ovor (lit preslUc-J as vk-ociiairiiuin. 'i iw mittce Loen into lions, one to report on railways, v.aier- u-ays and ports, tbe other on ffi-ucral coiidEtSoiiL which aTfett i me motional trunsiKjiiation. l! it the comuilsslon will a That Tax Act nr- ly Hon. A. (i M.' 1 the riouse of com- mons today. Edward Shcrlt, stated that tne repatriation of all alien enemies in the United Kingdom vjos tftng carried out as far as per- mitted. Over had teen re- patriated since tne armist'ce. At the present 18600 erenny civilians are ir.terns-i in Unit- ed Kingdom. FJEfiCE BLIZZARD ;ra Jiiuuiv. ijuiiii---r, L, the ere- toard of luiscKi BLIZZARD STILL RAGES DENVER, Colo.. Feb. blizzard which liss been raging In Kansas and Nebraska lor two days continued unabated to- day, according lo early reports re- ceived in Denver. General weath- er conditions in Use storm which now appears to be about miles In width, unchanged, but telegraph, telephone and rail' road oHjciars were hopeful that the storm would some time today, alfon of at least a Kuiup-. all of tli' in wliu'. wad ft.r lory. free in ip.vb ISVD lioins ijijj'Jy eutrny iy iirc-i-Uni is regarded as- .r uj> ilii1 rctir-J as director ot Vincent will th" J Shephe lo arrange ce Lefnrfi fort U tiuiili the evidence touv- nf- the lines uh KW Piraro's -Jiop, at Io4 Tulton slreot, Drooklyn bttin fj-etly day ant! l recently tiy soldiers and sailors Sotnctmics there was a Une of them af. the door. Men In uniform pas other ton serial emporiums tlie icoro lo Ret to Tony's. Yeatcrrtay one soldier lad went to Tony'a four iltnos and dfi not siiow s of a shave. "Hy said Hahcr and 'there's something doing." Tony was today in the Adams Street Court on iho charge o' supplying liquor to men in uniform, He was hehl In bail for farther examination. The detactives testified that they fount! eleven full and thirty empty whiskey flasks In Tony's bach room NO CHANGE MECHANICS LIEN ACT THIS SESSION ami Hfi? EDMONTON. Kch. U -To a linn consisting ot MISH- Tinji Wet more, of Calvary, Al flnd W. M. Daviiliun Hon. John Fl. Uoyle f-uirl Uii.l the pro- jiuseil mechanics' lion net would not he proceeded with ilusinE; the present The aci Sisd been introduced into tlu- Last session and sent oui to Interested paittCF, to consiJer It had IJPPII the Ententian to ii with certain amendments during iho ses- sion, It had toon foun-1 tliHt the pro- ;osed legiilalion has! met oiinoni- ;iou from all nartlfs i-onrtrnciil. PURE FOOD MARKETS REPATRIATION Let the question of the returned men be considered in a sane manner. This does not Imply the meeting of every hero with a flannel bag and a round of sentimental gushings upon the statu of his heroic soul, etc.. nor the assump- tion thai such P. man is of. tio use for civilian Ufa. The work of liepatrla- llbn, If taken cannot fail to prove, the biggest'event. In the history of the the fact not be overlooked that three-fourths of the opportunity the movement to complete success the em- ployers of Canada. Every employer-of labp'r. whether on a large or shi'ajl-scale, duty to the returned men.' Thcrvory life of the coinnicree by has been enabledto maintain stabiSIty has ...Wen'... preserved and guarded by Ihe .HiOJopil and self de- nial of our fighting men. Thero are thousands io whom the duty can never1 repaid in person; but towards theae other comrades who have been spa'red'lSTfeturn this" credit due must never ba allowed to assume the form of a bad-debt. Is It lo be considered an act of REPATRIATE ALIENS LONDON, Feb. Press dispatch from neuter's, Look at Tonguel1 Move Poisons From Liver ar7d' Bowels at 'Once. Your" child isn't, naturally cross aud peeriab. See if fongue Is toated; this is a sure lis littlo Etoniatfh. liver and hoVels need a cleansing at once. When leverish, full if cold, dreath sore.'does- K't cat, sleep ,or act naturally, has dfarrbbea. remember, Q Eentle liver and bowel cleansing should always be first treatment given. Nothing tcjuals "California. Syrup' of- Figs'' for children's ill; give a leaspoonful, and rn a'feu- hours all the foul waste, sourbUe and ferment- ig food which ia: clogged in thu bow- els passe? out of ihe system, and you liave a well anl playful child again. All children love this harmless, delic- ious "fruit ami it never grace, charily or extreme heroism up- on the part of employers lo take hack IaUs a -jngide- these men even after repealed pledges ,ng Oirnclions for babies, children of given to this effect? Rather let it be all ages aml grown-wpa are plainly on widely nnderstooil that the employer jne bottle. who would slop merely at this point jcppn fj ln A HitJn and consider that his whole duty has given today saves a" sick chihl tomor-E ,becn performed when he undertakes, T0w. hut get tlic ECnuino. Ask yourj to replace one or two mon i.s (ailing idnigeSst for a bottle of "California Very Choice Creamery Butter This is ?he best Butter Value in the City, Oclb. New Laid Eggs, per dozen Cooked Jellied Bacon 55c lb. This is a Treat. Reduction in Price of Veal and Lamb for Saturday Only Choice Veal Cuts at 18c, 2Oc, 25c per lb. Legs of Lamb, whole or half, 35c per lb. Shoulders of Lamb, whole or half, 3Oc per lb. WE ARE UNLOADING A CAR OF NORTHERN LAKE WHITE FISH MONDAY MORNING. WATCH OUR FISH AD. TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. OUR PRICE WILL BE THE LOWEST IN THE CITY. A l j tU. Limited AREYOUREYES BLOODSHOT? anything is 'out ot order In the human liody, nature has, in 'aimcist -ovary at once. Phone or mnfce an appointment for'ntr'pxamlnallon by our iSteM Specialist. We don'i prescribe Klassrs unless nePtlstl. Terms Moderate. F. H. WILKINS Oplomclrisl nucl Sight Specialist Jsoulhard Block Houis 9.00 lo 6.00 (Ground Floor) Sat'day 9.00 to 9.00 r short of whai.Oanada expects from every man who stayed at home. Co-operation uow and continued co- operation for many months hereafter must be the motto of all who have to do with (ho placing of Ihe relumed men. The government is doing its part by the .provision of pensions, me- dical rare, advice ami the rebuilding tip of the home Hte.ol Ihc men with the return of their depend- ents, establishing of employment hur- and in the thousand and one af- ter care departments, employing the best ol advice m energy and enlhuai- 'aRnl to cope with tho problems which may arlao, but to Die employer is com- milled tho task, the duty, of seeing that the man who returns to civilian lilo after months spent amid nerve- wrecking scenes nil! be given a [air irlal and has a helping hand wherever necessary. The following account of an export- mont undertaken several large grain tlrms In Winnipeg may suggest a pro- gram of nction for employers In other parts ot 'the country. "These firms have taken back Ihelr i men at salaries varying from to 575.00 por month; such salaries arc. i of course, much lower than (hose palrt lo tho same men before Ihe war bui I the men have been taken back'on this whllo they .ire engaged in j Ihe. task of refilling thfcimeive? lo meot the deioands and iluttcs of civil- Ian a lull day's work will not be Qxpocled of thdni. They'are required to report at thn proper hour In thn morning and are rerjuested not to loaf i'around the offires but nt the samo timo they are left absolutely frco at, uny Mtno lo ga o'll ami stay out for I the balanco of the day. If they feel thai the work Is getting loo much for them. Tho only Utfne required of them In i this respect ts lhat they report to tho j office of-the manager aa they-go out. As {hose men settle down fo rou-. tins and are nble to do a larger shuro ol the work their wages aicafllly ln; rrease In one office aione. employed sever, men under this sys-. tem, paying [hem at the of JCfl.OD per mr.ntli about a ago, ni the present time the loweat paid man Is celvlns In this Inalnncfi the niinallon was --icnpHtied a Krent deal I (he fad tint nearly all of Ihe men tyhen lnli> irht'infi wprr unnjanlei] i and tbtrcfotf while undergoing reati- jjuMtnent tile per month uroviJ- 1 cd a living Syrup of Figs." then look ami see thai it Is made by the California Fig Syrup PALACE MARKET THIRTEENTH STREET N, PKONE Canatfa Food'Board Retail License No. 9-7953 MAJN MARKET THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONES 412 AND 1388 .Canada Food Board Ratail License No. 9-7952 DOMINION MARKET COR. 4TH AVE. AND 8TH ST. fl. PHONE 16M Canada Food Board Retail License No. 9-7JM The New Spring Shoes Are Arriving In view of the mild winlev we arranged to have our new spring stock reach us early. Shipments are coming in and we invite your inspection. The styles combine appearance, comfort, fit and value as is always found here. HUFNER, THE SHOEMAN Beside Merchants Bank ;