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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, FEBRUAnV 16, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY MERALO PAGE ELEVET^I II. INIIK.11,.11LJILIXL ) WILL THEY ABANDON SUBMARINE WAR? ArtiBtepdam, Feb. 16.-Frederick Von Payer, QeCAtaH Imperlaf vice chancellor Is'expected to make an , announcement before the nextaw- i -Ion bf the ratdhatao of thegov- ornment's f(itlire iubmarlne; pbl- ^ , idy ateordlng. to the Frankfurter ; Zeltung. r' ,' . , ,,r, :.' > �; ' -l� Lord Robert Cecil Gives His Ideas of League of Nations Tjondon, fob. .IS.-Lord Robert-Co-fell, raintftler -of' blobkade, ; who .i.ian-nouncod in the Houbo of Commons ro-cently thai ho had'prepared a plAittfdr � leaguq of nation*,. dlncnuscd Iho -whole problorif today. / AVtiUe declining to Rive a detailed 6utlin^ ot 'lm nations of iho world, It may havo to bogm;witli a mo^e! restricted' momborshfp,-so'nS to insure that, only those nations which only favor It shall be parthbrs." Questioned with regard to tho samo amendment, Lord Cecil declared it to be his' belief that disarmament would naturally follow the development of a successful league ot naittonsras the nations began to feel that they wore safe In Tolylng on the leagues' power to protect them, lie said he could not believe that agreements for disarmament were practlftable at the present time because it was impossible under present circumstances, to palce confidence in the signatures, or written words ot certain nations. "Disarmament will come of ItB own time," Lord Robejt declared. "A hundred years apo no. mari; ip Kngland went out into the street at night without arms.; Today not'one.man in a thousand carries any weapons. The dlsAftnamont of nations will come similarly as soon as they are able tb le-gard themselves safe. In the world's highway." HOSPITAL SHIP REACHES HALIFAX .T. P. Morgan and Others Comts From U. S.-Memorial at V' Washington All Traalment* Proved Useleit Until Ha TrM "FRUIT-A-TlVES". Halifax, Fob. 16.-A hospital ship with 772 oftlcers and men of tho Canadian Expeditionary Force arrived liere today and 1b landing her passengers, the majority .of whom, including*a number of cot cases go forward today to their homos or military districts. Western officers' returning on the ship included Captain Mills Steplev, C.A.M.C.. and Lieut. G.,G. Ulddall, both ot Calgary. rm-umm-n tmU Your Uver Is tli Best A dull, yellow, lifelcn tlcin. or pimplea end eruption*, are twin brother* to .coiiitipation. Bile, nature's own laxative, i� getting into your bltfod inHead of |>aann8^pui^>( your ayatem' as it should. This it tne'tteatmenl, in successful use for 50 yea'rs.Jf-, one, pill daily (more only when necetauy). , ' N Carter's Little Uvei PiUs FiWcConstipatiiiii GcOHina bttrs sigaaiure "tail Yarn /; RlaJit Over NiBiit Mi Gams Iron W , Ottawa, Feb. 16.-At the funeral ot Sir Cecil Sprlng-Illco, which took place this afternoon at .1 o'clock In St. Bar-tholomcw'a Anglican church, the gov-eriimont of France wan represented by Commander Do Blancpre, naval attache of tile Frencli embassy at Washington, who had been specially depnt'ed by AmbuHsador JusRerand to attend; ; J. Pierpont Morgan, the- American' banker, who was a personal friend of tho dead diplomat, arrived In Ottawa at noon today with the members of the Hritlsli embassy at Washington, and Frank Pollf, counsellor of the United States state department, who Is repro-sentlhg President Wilson. Owing to tho limited capacity ot the ^church, tickets were issued to t!ie 'hienibers ot the Dominion cabinet and,l a tew personal friends ot the late Sir Cecil Spring-Rice. HI. Rev. John Roper, bishop of Ottawa, officiated at the obsequies. ^ Among I the numerous telegrams of condolence received by Lady Spring-iRlcc are two from former British for: elgu ministers, under whom her late Inisband served, tho Marquis ot Laiis-flnu-no and tho Earl of Roseberry. Sir i .William Peterson, principal of McQlU ; uiuvoralty. from which the late Sir j Cecil received an ^honorary degree iv I year ago, sent a message on behalf ot 1 lliB governors and faculty. Ambassadors, of a.llled and neutral powers in Washington, also sent messages, as did Madanio Molba, the Bishop ot Washington, the Bishop ot Quebec, Lord Cunllffe, governor ot the Bank of England, and Mr. and Mrs. ,1. i P. Morgan, I Services at Washington I Washington, Feb. It). - Memor'^il services for the late Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, late British ambassador hore, wore held today at the Episcopal Ca thedral ot St. Peter and St. Paul, at tlis same time funeral services were being conducted In, Ottawa. President Wilson and many members of the. diplomatic corps attended the services here. At Ottawa the president was represented by Counsellor Polk ot the state department. ^_^  .-^f .> � 4 � � "LEVY,ON CAF^ltAL" > , * Mr. Bbnar Law's View > �� ��>� * �. > The reply made;-by the cjjianciajj.ldr of the Exchequer, recently/: tb4>ithe trades Union. congress vparU^niti^btajry committee, which urged him Jn^jlfe-}. dlately to conscript the. wealth'iiijiljlthe nation, is of considerable intergs|-?k'' Mr. (Sidney Webb,.having,presented the congress resolution, Mr;-.Bflhar Law pointed out, in reply, tliat^ithe government had already acted on.tb^ pounds, and that.form oCta^atloUthad fa lien down^nam^ly, that- when mion-cy was needed the government" h^^d to go where they could get it. ,,' . Direct and Indirect Taxea ,';\ Until how he had. never seenjany proposal :.whiahC'SCemed',to him to.'ibe practicable for getting' money during the war by conscripting w4allh,.and personally, up to thit moment, he) did not believe-it possible. In the yjear before the war, the total amount collected in :liidiroct taxatJon--^td' wliloh all classes were liable-was 6D miliioii li MN. JAS. S. DCLQATY. ",. R.H'. No. 4. Gilbert Plains,- Man. ','In.the year liHO, I had Nti^vota ProslritioH in lis wor.st form ; was reduced in.weight fi-oni 170 pounds to 11& ppunds. Tl;e,doctors had no hope of my �recovery, giid every medicine 1 tried ' proved useless until a friend induced me to Me "Fn/il-a-iines". "� : Ibeganto.mend almost at once; and after using this fruit, medicino for 8 or 4 months, T was back to m^-normal state of licultli. I never had such good health fcjr twenty years tt-s 1 have enjoyed the pastsi-^ years. Wo are never without a b!ly satis- factory, reports. Instructor McKllIOpirl The officers of the corps Will bo gaH zottod In the near future. ji "FOR THE FREEDOM OF THE WORLd" "Perfect Coffee Perfectlj) is tke Title of a Booklet �5?KicK -we have issued to enable those �^ho enjoy delicious, fragrant coffee, to al-�Ja^s have it. There are tWo essentials to the perfect cup of coffee-fational Debt as far as y^xi can, or have It continued tor 50 years as a constant burden o� taxation. Perhaps T-liave not thought enough about this Iff justify mo in saying it; but my own feeling is that it would be better, -both for the wealthy dussea and the country, to liave this levy ot capital, and reduce the burden ot the Natlpnal Debt'.i That is my own feeling. But' I am convinced' ot, this- and this is the only point on which I am absolutely" IrT disagreement with Mr. Webb-tliaj you. cannot do that while the war js,going on, and that you will not get the money if you try to do it, but that you will run the risk of falling short of money. VIVI PUT Uiht Four ModeL.qo * Touring Car - The Thrift Car Tq use this utility car is Good Business and Good Health! Its roorliiness, comfort ahd bejauty make it as desirable asi it is usehtl. D. S. DEALER*- ' ' 1 LKTHBRIDQE Willys-OverUnfl, UmSted ~ Wl|iy�-Xal�|it and Or^land Motor Can uid Ufhl Ce made to pay it That is my own view. I think there Is very little danger, from your own point of view, of the great bulk ol It not continuing'to be paid In the lama way as the war, itself is being paid for. But I foel that the total burddu of taxation represented. by tho Na-tlonal.Dobt, Ijowaver you adjust' H, will mean a burden upon Induitry. Everything comes down to that in tho long run where th^re ia ' taxation; That burden is, to a pertain extent! ono of the inevitable consequencea of the war;;and all we can do la to try to makejit.^^M aa little ai possible on. the life of the country. ;1ildden beauty? Qut lemon/ lulce iklon^ Is acid, therefore Irritating and Bbowd be mixed with: orchard white jhlsHway. Strain, through a fine cloth the [iuiva ot two vfreah lemonp into a bottte of orchard ; >y!�|te; then: shake Svell�tfnd you hav;e n. whole .quarter pint\of- skin and complexion lotion at about the cost one; Hanallypays tor a Bfonll jar, ot ordinary-'cold cream. Be; auro to strain thisjemon juiae bo no milp i;ots into the bottle,'then ^hla {otifm will remain pure and fresii for mmahs,', Wlien njiaaaaged-'daily into the if ace, neck, ^rma and hands It Bboifld naturally help to whiten, clear, gmosithen and bea^Utyl�t^e,Mii. Any druggist ^wlHl'&ippljr, (h^ee; B of orchard wlme^at�vevy lUt|e . nd the grocer has the lomqi)ii.-. Adv^tlscmei^ TO HOLDERS OF We need hardly point out that it Is in the interests of the country that any future issue ot war bonds should not be prejudiced by too large a floating supply ot 1917 Victory Bonds, and it Is . .further expedient that these bonds as tliey come on the market should bo taken up by permanent Investors.. The Issue is i^n excellent pxamplo of a class of -investment securities that otters people In everj-w-alk In life a safe and profitable Investment on savings or capital. -i As an Investment toi- Trust or Estate Funds, Victory Bonds aro undoubtedly at tha present time*" \ ii luAst attractive purchase, being free from Income and other Dominion taxes', and are easily converted into cash at any time, (probablj* at substantial- ly higher prices tor the longer term Issues when normal conditions return.) It you were not in a position to buy when the subscriptions' lists were open, or should you desire to add to your present holdings, the opportunity Is still open! Until further notice we can offer 5V4|% Victory-Bonds maturing Jn 1922. 1927 or 1937, and in dc nominations of $50, $100, ?500 and $1,000 at 98'^ plus accrued interest. , Should you desire to purchase or dispose of Victory Bonds, our standing as the leading Stock and Bond House West of Winnipeg, enables- us to,give the maximum of service, and you are assured of securing* or receiving the true market value as sot by the Special Committee, i . .Write us todayiot: completie information. Use the form below provided for the purpose. Correspondence invited regauding all American and Canadian , Stocks and Messrs. tougheed & Taylor, Ltd. ... � 210 EIGHTH-'AVENUE WEST, 'CALGARY.- ^ Without obligatlpa please send me full particulars regarding the market for Victory, Bonds. 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