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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, FKHKUALU ii, IIK THK UiTUljmUtiK DAILY HEIIALD PAGE N1NT Establishment of Representative At Washington is Now Un- der Consideration (By -.Canadian fress) Jteplylns to Percy Hurd In l ho houao of com Dions yesterday, whether the government had criticized in to, proposed legls latlon la' iho Canadian parliament providing >ior CaiiRdlan tlyo at Wnihlajton. and whit change; thesa might make In the ptese.nl use of the colonial and for- utjniqlflces as'm'ealuma. ot communi- cation'. and Washing ton, Bonar. Law, said that coin' luunk-atlou! on thu sub J get had pass ed belwetn lucnl would tie made In due course. In; roply" to oueslolns, Mr. Bonar Law said he cSfljrEndl data of the nex'l lin'perial Conference. 'QueBtlpne .reganllng the trial of Oer man war 'criminals- and- as to -the Turks remaining'. In Constantinople tailed Inforinatlo'n, bu Mr. promised faculties To: j NO PREPAYMENT OF FRBIGHT TO STATES MONTREAL, Feb. Cana- dian adverse exchange rate between Canada and (ho United yesterday brought about a new In international affairs, whoa an order was inusd by the.Cana- dian Railways, effective March 1, whereby railway agents were ordered o refuse to accept prepayment of the shipping 'charges 6u shipments' from Canada to the United States except la he cane ol certain kinds ot goods on which 'prepayment Is required by .tariff rules. (This means that shipping charges will be collected at io point ol destination, and in United States funds Initesd of iu Canada CANADIAN LAivm Si i OTTAWA, Feb. Canadian PrpssJj-The employment service oi the department- ot labor reports that returns from the Dominion and pro- vincial for the week -ended January 31, show a decrease in placa- meuta as Compared with the preped- ing week. Dvirlnjf the week the 94 offices reported thai they had refer- EDMONTON, Keb. rM 8.124 periona to regular poslltont are arriving today for the big oonven- these were placed. in xn knu TWo decllno Ij largely a reflection of IO UU UelU _ .winrllttAn. MEN WILL NET n Canadian funds. Uon of Alberta dairymen here .this ireeit. George H. Barr ot Ottawa, of the dairy branch ot the de- partment of agriculture Is here, as (he conditions report- ed In the maritime western prov- inces. In addilion, 1.Z09 casual johs wer'. well as B. Slade ot Vancouver, one ol j against 1.423 during the week the largest dealers In dairy products January Lord Kobert Cecil Takes Issue -With Premier, on Status of Turkey on too'coast. This evenlcg a dinner is being given by the local creamery men at which the transportation of dairy product! will bo the chief topic Tor discussion. On Tuesday morning at 8.30 o'clock the convention proper will open In the JIacDoriald Hotel. At noon Tues- day delegates Kill gather at luncheon to meet members of the legislature who have been specially Invited, Bringing the producers and manu- facturers of dairy products together Is to bo the chief aim of the Alberta dairymen's annual convention this year. the place- ments were distributed as follows; Manitoba, 56S; 'Saskatchewan, 331; Alberta. S5Jj British Columbia, 882. NEW REVOLUTIONARY PARTY IN MEXICO AGUA PRIBSTA, Sonora, Mexico Keb. is a new revolution ary party in Mexico.- A proclamation Issued yesterday calls on "patrlotlT, in favor of expelling Ihe Turks from Con- which his been a con- spicuous feature-In one section of the press during the last.few'days nnd which has had the religious .and philanthropic bodies, met a coun- .lerTilast from another section of the Lpn'd9n newspaper world today which .contended :thn tiuestion was ono of such importance that it could not be settled .on- sentimental considerations, uuL.iuiiSt. lie left lo tho matured de- liberations of the supremo ullicd coun- i argument Iho Tele- graph asserted that British statesman- has "neither the duly nor'inter- estjlo oxpell the sullan from Constan- and expresses the opinion that agitation to this end was r'ill- inspired anrl ill-considered." "We counsel, those who sincerely support the'newspaper continues, "to give more-unprejudiced study to new factors in ,tho problem, especially Ureat Britain's -position as a power which miifit Iho fuel- Inge of many uiillioilE of its. Moslem The Daily always hns betin.n champion of the. Armenians and a supporter of Giaclstonc's7 de- mantl to "sweep Turks pal of calls for consideration of tlio the light of present circumstances, It tho real pitim- tlon tiic weight to be attached lo warnings ot Moslem unrest as a re- sult of tho expulsion of (lie Turks from their spiritual capital. The news- paper remarks Ihat although liryce; "whose view is entitled to pro- found respect, dismisses the so-called Moslem peril as being overdrawn, 'other authorities entitled lo equal re- spect, and with moro recent exper- ience in eastern conditions, hold pre- cisely the 'opposite view." Tho News "deplores lliu fad that recent clomonstraUons were not start- ed before tho decision of tho allies was announced.; .Under the caption, "A too success- ful the .Morning Post gays Iho British "government, by making hasty announcement, throughout India of the decision in favor of the sultan, has barred of that'ilccislon. The newspaper seeks to show that the decision was merely n concession to political hgiifllors In Iniilii, who may or may not bo'tonip6rnrily molli- llctl by it. The recent cartipalgrt In faVor ot tiic expulsion of .the Turks is snid by the Express J'based on a per- fervid ami Ihe newspaper argues Uiere'is Viol a Single advantage to be obtained In drawing Iho sultan away from Constantinople. Brltnln Led PATHS, Feb. 24.-Great Britain took brin; qnkk rtllrf often ward off dlswsn.' Known rtir.ody of Hollind for moio than years. At all druggists, 50c. box. CM MM the initiative In sending S llect to Con- stantinople, says a dispatch lo the Petit Parialqn (moling Premier Mlllerand. who-Is said fo have added that there were other allied warships In the Golden Horn. GERMAN WILL ASSIST WAR CRIMINALS UBUUN, Keu. Ocrmnn Uar Association will estnbllsh a bur- eau at Leipzig with lawyers to assist without charge persons accused of war' crimes who are brought np for (rial. Some KlksDmmAllMciM v7 F you are one of those'h'edchy individuals who dream, be, sure you are a deep- deeper.'; you lots; of good. You'll.; never get, freshing sleep unless you rildx. You can't relax in a ;tlss or a'spring that squeaks every time'you moVe. The least noise keeps the nerves on edge. You may not wake up your nerves will.- That's one reason you o WHAT-you need for deep, dreamless sleep all night is perfectly qiiiet. bed and a spring that invites complete Thatis why iolkssleep so much tetter on' a Simmons Metal Bed and a Waldorf Box Spring. The Simmons Bed is noiseless. It loeks firm at the corners. The corner locks are made of pressed, much longer bearing surfaces than the true and a creak, rat- tle, or unsteadiness.'. The Simmons .Pressed Steel Corner Locks are protected by basic excfusive with Simmons to be dupli- cated or imijtated. And these patented, corner locks have made possible the Three-piece the riew Sim- mons spring forming a single unit with the side rails. Waldorf Box Spring really does what you have' always wanted- a spring to do. It invites complete relaxation. It supports tlje body at ease on fine resilient spring each coil conforming freeiy to the con- tours, so that the spine is perfectly rested, whether one sleeps on the back or on the side. Simmons Waldorf Box Spring covered with ticking of the s finest, grade and great wearing quality, ;iri new and attractive de- signs. It-fits firmly on the bed never sags or humps, never loses its resiliency. Arid Simmons and Pillows are in every way worthy to go with Simmons Metal Beds and Waldorf Box Springs. THE most: advanced thought of the day about sleep is "a separate bed for each either in a separate room or in a Twin "Bed. Physicians have been urging Twin Beds for years and Simmons Limited has. Jong specialty of: Twin Beds. They are of nicejfeeling everyWhere. t jL leading merchants havt Simmon's Metal Beds, Wal- dorf Box Springs, Simmons Mat- tresses and Pillows. Simm6ns Beds offers you a wonderful choice of brass, and enamel in colors and in beautiful natural wood effects to match your bedroom decorations. Ami when you are selecting your Simmons Beds with an eye to their appearance in the room, you will sec -that Simmons has for the first time established beautiful and authoritative design in Metal Beds. If you like, we will.send you the names of merchants in this community who can give you Simmons Beds, Waldorf, Box Springs, Mattresses and Sleep if a big subject! Write us for the brochure, "fVliat Leading Medical Journals and Health Magazines Say about Separate Beds and Sound Sleep." Free of charge. ST.JOHN TORONTO SIMMONS WINNIPEG LIMITED .MONTREAL CALGARY VANCOUVER Muiltfor Sleep ;