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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FIUDAY, FEBRUAUY 27, 1920 THE LRTHBRlUfili DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN' Canada Must Retain Her Status as Nation Prof, Wrong Clearly Sets Forth Dominion's Position in New York Times NEW YOKK. Feb. Tho Now York Times this morning prints a letter from George M. Wrong. V'-O- lessor of history in the University of Toronto, In which Canada's position in regard to the League of Nations la clearly set forth and forceful argu- ment is presented lu support of the contention that the Dominion cannot yield hor place to satisfy any demands of tlio United Stales senate. I'rof. Wrong after staling that, public opinion in Canada is keenly aroused in respect io the objections at Wash Ington to Canada's vole as a separate nation In the League ot re liiarks that the.w.odd at largo had a nHghi grasp ot the relation ot Canadi with. I! mat Britain. Tho letter reviews iho political of Ilia umnlnlon toward a full national life: which culminate] in the experience of the great war and the latest step toward the organization of u Canadian diplomatic "When this is says the professor, representatives of Canada 'will negotiate directly at for- eign" capitals with foreign govern nicnjs and Canada's national life, com pleta In domestic affairs, will be com- c- AMEND R. C. M. P. ACT OTTAWA, Feb. 27. Illy Cunadlnii presl- 4 dent of privy council. Hen.- 4 N'. W. Howell, has given notico of the introduction ol a bill to -I- amend Ihe Koyal Canadian .Mounted I'olico Au', and to trausler to the commissioner of tho Hoyal Canadian Mounted I'ollce mo powers herctoloro vested in the commissioner ot Dominion police. 4 FACED GALLOWS TWICE, EXONERATED, NOW GETS GRANT JACKSON, Miss., Feb. lower house of the state legisla- ture voted S4.000 to Will Purvis, a. Lamar county farmer, for having twice faced the gallows only to be ultimately exonerated of the charge of murder on which he wai convicted. The killing was that of Will Buckley, a witness in a white- capping case and occurred 26 yean ago near Columbia, Miss. On the day set for execution the noose slipped and Purvis (ell through when the trap was sprung, unhurt. His counsel won a contention that he coutd not twice be punished for the same offense and sentence was com- muted to life imprisonment. Two later Joe Beard, an- other witness, cleared Purvis in a 'death-bed confession relating to the killing ot Buckley, and he was pardoned. ANOTHER IRISH REBEL RAID Will Be Severe Blow to Big British Textile To Raise it in Soudan HALIFAX, England, Feb. siding over the Halifax chamber of OUBLIfJ, Feb. con- barracks at Timmolea- sue and Mount Pleasant, County Cork, were lubjected to a prolong- ed ilege after midnight last night by large bodies of armed men, The employed the cus- ternary of blocking the rgadt with Utu and cutting the telephone wlrtc, Lloyd George Says Two Cannot Be Upset Peace Treaty E LONDON'. Feb. York dls- LONDON'. Feb. the house of commons yesterday Premier Lloyd George was asked whether the govern- ment would recommend to the allies that the reparations commission shall he constituted as a commission of the League of Nations and that represen Private Bill Before Legislature lea, which would be a serious thing (raffle In emigrants and freights he- for the textile trade of Ureat Britain twcen Central Europe and America, unless steps weie taken to obtain rawparo featured In the Itaily Mall. Bo- colton from other sources. Another fore the war German lines, subsidized member of the chamber said Ihe prlije I by Ihe German and Austrian govera- of colton was so high that wool was j merits, were enabled lo defy compell- being used to cheapen some tion.1 IT'S UNWISE to put oil to ihy'j duty until to- morrow. If your stomach ii acid-disturbed lake RHIQIDS the new aid to digestion comfort to'JayM A relief from the tUscomfort of acid- MADE SCOTT BOWNE MAKERS OF SCOTT'S commerce yesterday, K. Holroyd said j telling ot the work of thejlatlves of the German and Austrian the Americans were maWnn no sec-' cunard Lino In Iho formation ol a [governments shall be admitted ret of their intention to use inn wholej great British shipping enterprise de- members so that the respective claims of the cotlon crop produced in Amer-' sifted to capture Germany's former of justice itnd economic reconstruction may be reconciled and Central KuroiJe rescued from bankruptcy. Tho premier replied that the pro posal involved a compleic reversa( the treaty terms which he would nut Invite allies to accept. lie pointed out, however, that under the IreatM Tho Mail says the Cunard Line Is [the reparations commission would M negotiating for tho purchase ol to allow Germany raw materials' docV space and sheds a" formerly owned by rte Ha 's Wizard Oil a S ale Firs! Aid Treatment How often lorkjiw and blood glect am- result from the lata. Cotton Possibilities BLACKBURN, England, Feb. 21 Helumfng from an Investigation ot Would Legalize Ihe Pro- fession.-- Test of the EDMONTON, Feb. 27.. pietJ rcsnecls-other nationals." bill which lyould legallzo Ihe practlcs s Canada wenl Into the war of her; and profession of chiropractic as m- owimnollon and not through any urg- troduced in the legislature- by J. I.. Ing from Greats Britain. She herself Turgeon Rihalone, of he? effort' and- shows Inal the meas uro Provides ;for expense of a hutte-.fl council combed of men be ra. of She herself Turgeon Rihalone, decided the scale paid Its cost at the expes debt- Her representatives sat In the that profession who .shall .LOiiatllu conference al Paris. During Ihe con- lie esamimng hoard fercnee Canada raided the question of Under section -I of. tic measure All her status as a d Instated that this s ognlied. H was -al the request of Ihe least prime minister of Canada that a more in each year, or Its Llaratlnn was signed on May C. 1910, who -have been In actual at o ml the president of the United Slates, al such school or college during the premier of Franco and the prem- site have to at least x the nuostlon of under seclion -1 ol tic measure, AH dlstlncf.'nallon and Eraduatcs of. or college status should -be of chiropractic having a conrse of at rif ihi, least three years ol all mouths or has ,been declared at" Washlnston lu (n 4 rana'da's participation In tho league J" i i authorizes sucli couticii to oitGn ti rei iIMinlhian'Iii willing tn'-niake'thls poinf-i ,mu in the League of hending, lie coniin- Or Its-intfteats, 3nn, made on behalf of the British vice with the liner Saxonla, which will :on Growing Association, Fred uclutte- Hamburg on Its next eastern Tip. (anitoba Farmer Says-His Fel- lows Have Just Cause For Complaint WINNIPEG. Feb. there Is nylhing wrong al Ihe parliament buildings, we want to know of It, and f any man there ia the cause of any rictlon, we will see that he Is remoy- id short declared Samuel ..arcombo of Birtlc, Man., noted as a ;rower of champoin wheat, in ad- dressing the Manitoba Agricultural Societies yesterday. Mr. Larcomlie said lhat there had not been the co- operation between the agriculture ir'ess and the provincial department of agriculture, and thai the farmers can- not afford to let any differences come into any agency that is working for the advancement ot agriculture. He also criticized the profiteers, arid said thai the only way to combat them was for ,the consumer to buy only tho necessities. The world, he declared, has gone commercially mad,