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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE Eir.HT THE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. FEBRUARY It DEBATE ON and Hitchcock May Be Able to Block the Plan dif- ferences of opinion over ihe ol nations con-stjiulion were vnu'ed in itc senate today by CSairmaii toci ot las forelsn rolatbns com- ralttee and Senator Unlse ot Massa Alter Senator IsaJ io'ivered B prepared speech bPf'TO rrmvded floor; and galleries -n-.ircins the people ol the UaCed States to neigh ihe constltutlc-ji and insist upon rovi- sion. Senator HUcicock lock ths door i and denounced as preposterous the 1 Massachusetts ?u5sestion i that the leases ivouM de-1 prive tie mited Stales cjf its of pelf prvMectEro. Senator bchlge i5 to be the (hairn I powerful fomeu relations com- ultco iti the neit senate, will ii-; on tbo treaty atvl any a league of nutior-fi. Arat'r.dtteats propped by Seoator a specific provision llie Mcnrw dortriiw from :ho league's pnre view, luimlgrjtiou other internal ami domestic QUM- uns and those vital to national exin- Iroci H. B. W. Bai Supports the Plan for Aid- tog Highways, and Abo Women's WASHIXGTOX, Keb. Tumulty issued a Fialeiurnt at the White House today denying formally of the president thai ho told OTTAWA. resolu- lion fjvorlng the Immediate pfetlon ef the Hudson Bay Rail- way was adooted for presentation .to the by a special committee of western members namsi at the western Unionist caucus on Wednesday to taVe this maUer-Lp with the government. OTTAWA. Keb. debate oil trie address in repSv to ihe speech Jl tt-'t ULl i.'l UJV31UCUI llluv uu rom tfco urAio by ot ham Dufi. the L-.beral mmber tor, ff WeJr.et.lay night Lunentarg. ot, h h was the acting prrae winder he he b a E aml was that Sir Thomas had hi M h no ,he no. mention o( the part t.ie coafercnce at present. I mtej states had taken m the war. A to ,hij by and he limped IMl was not erl-j t one cr eomuilueemerral- Jenco that he had gone hack lo Ihe t Houss was attune ef 1911. when the ConEtvya-, a "deliberato false- live cry was "Xu truck nor trade with iho Vankeef." To bold when yon fed run bring back health, appetite strength-tike Mr, Dut' referred to the provisions wfcat. the j for tho reiurnwl soldiers, tind sMil In this connection that thf returned sol- diers did not want to fubjcsats of charily. Tbo tfpoalier heartily approved or Iho till graining to women Ihe privi- lege of la parlfament. Mr. Uuti supportwl ihe sovtTniucnt's projot-t for siiltng tho in the UIK! uialiuenance of high- ways. He declared, however, that the government was indulgirs in uunecta- sary eipenriitures. llo reforred to the iw on the reasons given F. B. McCunly for Mr. Tumulty refused to discuss ?ay abouti j ten inches oi 5 j level has fallen in ilie past week, ac- his resignation as parliamentary un- UcrdlnE TO aieasure-aents at the for tho department oi oxreru'r.cnUl farm. This means 311 jolc'iers1 civil as in- inch oi precipitetion. idicsitns tbat there must be soms- Snow is continuing to fall rery with methods of ad- and there are signs of let-up. The ministralion. The Canada FOTC! Board, C. P. K. sent out snorr plov-'i this he said, had served no useful purpose, on Ihe Crow, Macleorf. except 13 make people oai bran and ievsMe and south branches, the first middlings during the last six months; 1 ihe have uied this. the of public Information. seaisn- Ha the opinion of many. crt'ated Commissioner Frecmaa is a3so hav-; merely to boost the? government, and ir.s iroatte keepkis the street car the Canadian Registration Act clear. It is impossible to keep wag a useless cspeadi'.urc o.' Canadian U.SM.SM WASHINGTON, Feb. tor General Mines announced to- day, with the approval of Presi- dent Wilson, that the railroads would not be relinquished from government control until there has been an opportunity to tee wheth- er a permanent program of legis- lation was likely to be enacted witliln ''a reasonable length of time." SOCIAL AT CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC HALL MONDAY, MARCH 3RD BY YOUNG LADIES' OF ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH Admission Tac the cars Old timer? are again comparing i vnth ihe winter of when there money and E. costly farce. TV. F. Cockshult, of Branlford. replied, said that with the re-turn o: :23 no winter to o? till near the soldiers from, overseas parliament ihe of MaretK Then came ft very is confronted with serious problems, -align spell, and in the it there is greai cause for thank- to rain end of fulueso iu tho victory achieved. Vpril, almost sieidily fcr 100! Mr. Cocfcshutt expressed his sym- causin? sreat floods. pathy for those members of the housa who hp.TD lost sons at -the front. Government creamery at New Lis- :e3nl in one year received from 800 :DSVS 2T'J.SL'4 pounds of cream, -which' >rojnceJ ions of butter, yielding] to patrons. Acid Stomach Causes Indigestion! Instant Relief-So Why Worry! .UOSIK YOKKVFeb. strike ol harhor effective o'clock tomorrow afternoon, was voted today by the executive council ol Marino Workers' Asssciatfoo. as a re-i suit af dissatisfaciioa with tlic awanl ot Ihe national ivar laljor boarti, ing an S-b.our day vriUHMit, increased j wages. i I Principal Bruce Taylor, ot Qaeen's University, thinks.that that university has been unfairly so far as tne sciehiiiic research acbenfe is con- cerned. Gar, souring food, dyspepsia. vour ;nesls lay like lumps of !es.d you-lwkb acid, gases nnd feel tick and Instant relief! Tfic moment Pape's Diapepsin, reaches the stomach, goes. Ko waiting! Costs KuK: ct stores. stomachs feel fine! UPSET'? 'Papers Diapepsin SACRED CONCERT -----BY THE----- CONSERVATORY CONCERT ORCHESTRA UNDER THE DIRECTION OF J. GEORGE HARPER ASSISTED BY LOCAL ARTISTS IN THE MAJESTIC THEATRE SUNDAY EVENING, March 2nd SILVER COLLECTION WfLL BE TAKEN At a Renertl j "meeting uf the gram Thu'rs- (day afternoon, Dr. Robert Magill acd Aid. James Fisher gave a report on j iiheir to England-in rcgunl to the prain trade, reports "werer.very lengthy and gave a general review of the world condition of the market as it! affects Canada. It was stated that a new commission bad been appointed, consisting of two delegates each from Britain, France, the United States and Italy, who are now studying the grain mar- ket conditions. At present it Is not likely tuat an open market will be established owing Eo the many difficulties in the way which, however, may he cleaned up before weeks have passed. Grain Conference Proposed After listening to the delegates the members of the grain exchange un- animously passed the following tjesolu- Uon: 1, That 2. conference of representa- tives of all the grain exchanges in Canada should be called at an early 1 date'at some convenient place to con-j sider what action the grain trade of) Canada, as a. whole, should take with i regard to the handling of ncit year's grain crops and especially lo do their j utmost to abolich government control jot the grain trade during I the war anfl to restore the grain trade to a commercial 2. That the Winnipeg grain ei-( change hereby empower the council o( the exchange to send representatives j (o such a conference of the grain ei- j changes in Canada, and also that the i Winnipeg grain exchange empower I the council of the exchange to send one: or More representative B to London in accordance with the re commenJattonB IS YOURSSIH 9 BROKEN OUT f yoa troubled irlth blotches, >Lmplea or bUdchnds? Mr. O. M. Smith, of (30 21st St. For skin troubJca fa aothlagf eax equal Zam-Bnk. M7 VTK so hlotchr I vis of ft, an4 illhoush I tried ever? I coul4 think ot, U fot DQ belter until I used. Zajn-Buk. terbal balm has Vorked njy akin U now clear >o4 fmooth." Such i Mm ecU, tppir- on the aktn, really In undtrlylnj Unuet, and Zom-BuVi in. such cttfta Is to Its wonderful poorer of tratloa, which ecables It to reach tbe root of the The atimu- qualltr In rouses ilnfgUh cell? lo bealihj action, This promotw tlon which carries off all mud a smooth, clwr skin ii reault. Ztm-Bak Is equallr food for icma, ulcers, pllea, fcurne, cuts, chapped hind ft an1 AlUwleri.tt50e.ftbox. am-Buk LONDON, Feb. 28.-U Is tsaary to hold the Dutch army ready against any effort to annex territory, Dutch of war dtcl.ved in .in aA- today to the serond chamb- er, according to a Central News from The Hague. He that dltarmament at would be !SASKATOON PROTESTS TO I 7 RAILWAY COMMISSION SASKATOON. Keb. to the rroposeU Increase In stouolf ami jiiilling in transit charges from oup cent to two cools jier hundred iwunds vcas liled before the boaul ol: railway commissioners here today by the Saskutoon board of trade.! which cUhueU that vuuy lucreasecl, charga prevent Inter-' ior olcvators ol Calgary, Mooso Jiwi aod Saskatoon carrying out luiu-i lou for wb. H--I I h ey we re bu lit, i fince cur.not U It u! 10 cojft uiore tlmn one auil oue'fifih eouUi bushel to uso rite clevtiiorf for dryitg or ware-: li'in-.iiit; at liie po n: closest to, production The boarrt ako filod a to the proposed 'u crease iu express rates. "K, iu the upSulon of the commisslonere." says the local board's slatcmeut, "It Is eiivdk-ut to IncreaeeU ialw.. then wo vuliinll that by no iiieaus fhoulj the tckedula lie put iulo t, but that a flat por- increase should be as was dono with the freight ratrs, matters of classification an ut present. Only lu thUi way will ityi nubile ami shipper a meet on common ground." WERE SQUABBLING WK1MAR, Keb. dlscusrtua of the national army bill iu the nation- a] assembly aud u sciuabblo ovtt thit occurred this uominf so greatly delayed iho vroceduro oC tho asEembly ihst it wae unable, even to discussion o( thd ixmitHu'.Ioti. consideration ot which had been for today and days followluc. It vas tboncbt to- that coocUttftloa n-oald com-i Dp tomorrow. OF THREE DEATHS Dominion of Canada Income Tax A representative from the office of the In- spector of Taxation, Calgary, will be at the Inland Revenue Office, Post Office Building, Lelhhridge, on March 3rd, 4lh and 5th, to give any information (o resklents of Lethbridge and district which may be desired in connection with the filing of Income Tax Returns, Forms will be available for distribution. After March 5th these can be obtained either at the Port Office, Lethbridgc, or on application to the Inipector of Taxation at SARNU, Onl., Feo. pCT- sons arc dead as thG result of a Ing whfrh ocrurrctl at the .railroad Y, M. t'. A. here this morning at 1 Jealousy.Is said to bo tho cf tto appalling Tjrnc- Thonras V-'oolcy, who with h'R as .cook at the Y, M. C A., shoi -i Crrjnd Trunk engineer, named; Aritur Keiiyrtiller, tlien killed his v.'fe, an'l tlic gun on hinise3f. TlM! freight train enftlncor was a Simla man, an! ran from this city Is be-In; held. I'm Your Eye Efficient You're Efficient Honest now, what would you do without me? Think how happy it wookl make you to know that you don't need glasses, that you are you are fit' and unhandicapped. Or think of what untold value it would be to you, lo be aware of that rfeedless and injurious waste of nervous energy which can be stopped with our assistance. You can know by having your-'eyts scientifically examined by Southard Block (Groand Floor) F. H, WILKINS OPTOMETRIST AND 'SIGHT.SPECIALIST Phones 1959 1937 to 6 Sat 9 to 9 FOR LITTLE FEET rU can get the same sturdy same guaranteed quality for the ,Childsen, that you have found so satisfactory in your own rubbers. "The best rubbers that can be made" b the standard of the Dominion Rubber System. And this applies to ALL rubbers bearing the Trademarks of the Dominion Rubber System. Children's rubbers are made with the same care, of the same high-grade materials that give such easy comfort, such long wear, in the rubbers for men and women. i This superior quality is necessary in Children's rubbers because they need the extra protection which gsod rubbers give on wet days; and they need the extra quality to withstand the rougher usage which most children give to all (footwear. Ask for these better rubbers by name: I Create Sournen and Puln' Mow To Trtlt Jlcdlrol aulhoritlcj state (liat near- ly or the of stomach trouble, Indigestion, bum- ing, fas, bloating, nausea, etc., arc duo lo an excess of hydroch'orlc acltl I in the stomach anil not as some I.e- Ilevt lo a lack of lulccs. .The delicate elomach Hning Is irrttat- !cd. dfsifstion dplayeil and food Hours. caMsfngs the dhagrecanle aymp- loms which every stomach sufferer knoTrs BO well. Artificial diseslents ,ire not necdcil in such cases anl may rlo real hurm. Try laying asldn all dlgeslfve alls and Instead get from any druggist a tc-.v ounces .of HfRiiratcd Magnesia and Cottier" "Granby" "Dominion'' "Maple "Davy" quarantine- Spanllli faflueau (s lifted. During the influent Epidemic In this district, SI while nnit nearly l.MO natives have died, accorrl- Ing to estimates. liquid or milk) la harmless to Iho litexpcnslra to take and IK the most efficient torn lit magnesia for stomach purposes, It is used by of people enjoy their uit-ala with no more lent of Indigestion. Get the little feet properly fitted. It means more than means longer wear, both for shoes and rubbers. The Trademarks are your guarantee of sturdy, reliable quality and a perfect fit for every shoe for every member of the family. ;