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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1920' THE 1J3THBMDGE DAILY HERALD. PAGE Government May U. CYC. CELEBRATES ITS SOTH BIRTHDAY Feb. the tea-! tat Ire plans of the railroad manageri eo throuth (or the return of the roads to private OYrner8b.ip on March clear if ay, for the dismissal of of Wen added to the pay. rolls (Incc took over the JD -December, 19.17. Y The; eitlmataii 'of the number o! men [t will. be possible to dispense wllh, without JoweYing efficiency, yar- iep from one thousand, nam- ed, by conservatives, to' three times that number mentioned by others. The' to squeeze ost all whoia employment was credited up as' a. result 'of gor'ernment operation, Incident to what' (he railroad men cay is; Individual -.effi- ciency' inseparable from government ownership, or control. Accord Ink: to the figures, submitted by DlrectorBenoYaj Hines to the ten- ate, the number railroad in' December, 1917, .was In" 15 months; up to 'March, the last .Ilgurei ;'made public, the number In- creased (ruin ,4 60 to TORONTO, Feb. Caaiua College .at this city, enjoyed a unique distinction last oiflit when Its nine- tieth, anniversary was celebrated by concurrent banquets held in Toronto, London, Encland; Montreal, Wlniit- peg, Vancouver, Ottawa, Hamilton, Port Arthur, Edmonton, Detroit, Chi- cago and York- A'cablegram greeting from old boys in. Londeii was read at the banquet here hud telegrams of were reoived from all the other cltlta where the anniversary banquets, we re being held. On rolls of the college are tie namM of many famous Canadians, the celebration of the ninetieth was. regarded as a mem- orable oeeulbn. KEEP OUT OF US. Sari Curzon Gives Some Good Advice About Peace Tangle ROME PAPER IN TROUBLE ROME, ment officials occupied the offices of the newspaper Idea Kazionale last night, it being alleged lhat It had printed'an article hostile to France and based on false information. Jfof the OTTAWA, Feb.' condl- ,lons' throughout Canada are Improv ng are Reports; if the Ititorma- Jlon and brjneh of the depart- ment civic re-establish- In the number pf unemployed'recorded. in easkaichewan it Is'reported that the number of .unemployed is actually below the'average usually shown at this ..'._. British, Columbia .efforts'to re- place foreign; labor by-retiirjied men are being rewarded factory c'onditloiT a'ow .prevails.' .In Mahltpba; sim liar efforts are meeting with' success'and one large contractor has established separate buuklio'uses for the English-speaking workers.' The foreign element h.ai SOLD WOOD ALCOHOL FOR FRENCH BRANDY; HELD, MANSLAUGHTER NEW HAVBN, Conn., Feb. 17. coroner's Jury here held Frank -Anni- colll criminally responsibly for tho death, of. Marie Merl- den, who died December 28 o! wood alcoholic poisoning after drinking from, bottle labelled "French The woman's husband purchased the battle from a saloonkeeper who got it frpm Aanlc'elU, who had It from Frank Lucibeilo, who id turn procured it from an It4lla'n, in New York. Lucl- bello is held in Springfield, Mass., on a charge of manslaughter. RUSSIAN IMPERIAL GOVERNMENT LIVES NEW YORK, -Feb. former Russian Imperial government Is still B legal according to a s.ult brought here' In its name against the i.ehigh Valley HaHroad company seek- ing damages of a million ualf dollars for loss of munitions and war supplies in the Tom explosion in 1J16. Negligence; on the part- of the railroad company Is alleged. 'The Russian government was a heavy.loser the explosion which occurred op fourteen barges loaded with 'muni- tions and moored oft the island In New York harbor. The entire tesa. was placed at twenty mlllioii dollars. ih" cilel o! tho Ona Big Union employers are realiz- ing their instability. '-The Information and service branch officiate report that while ex- service rnea were registered as un- placed, pr renewals under the federal emergency act were 1s- cued to only or less than 43 per To date placements In em- ployment hare been recorded by the information and} service branch of the department of soldiers' re-estab- STILL TALKING READING FOR U. S. Feb. advices received here from Chief Justice Reading are thal.be has been invited to accept a permanent ap- polntmnt.as British ambassador to Washington and that he now has the offer under consideration. Officials of the slate department de- clined to admit today that any over tures had been made as is usual in such cases to make sure that the new ambassador would be persona grata. Cuticura Soap TheVelvetTouch For the Skin (LONDON, Curzou, for foreijrh affairs, speaking at the'dinner of the. Primrose 'League ut'eight, deplored the publication'of gecBatlbnal'articles .concerning thp eUlement of (Be peace'p'rdblems and toward those of theX'nit- ed States, which', he pointed out, has been confronted with exceptional dif- Ucurtles. "So, those a domeklc he added. "They are not our business and'I' hope noth< will done in this country to aggreyatp those difficulties. Nothing could tie more deplorable than at the the'.United States should withtlra'w her1'influence, from the council bt nations.- It would he for Europe, iad lor the world, and I: believe, bad fox the United States herself.'1 All liver disease's of Rcjer are Tot im- portance and- demand close attention. The. liver Is' the largest and of the most .impbrtant ;brgans of