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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ITAGE FOUR THK Ltf DAILY IUWALD. TUESDAY, JANUARY IS, 1920 tberalfc BlDcrta DAILY AND WEEKOf I and PubMihert LrTHBRIDGE HERALD MINTIKG COMPANY, UMiTEO W Mil South, Lithbridgt W. A- Buchanan Pnaldcmt and Managing Direclcr Business Manage TELEPHONES Ottic. Uterlal Offlca results. The bill in its original form lirst demanded by Townley was _____ In the Legislative Committee of Taxation by a vote ot 9 .MONTREAL, Jan. specia dispatch Montreal Gazette fron New York Bays: "The tariff will be .the. main Issu ot the next Canadian elections, and A. Crerar, who was ,minisler of srlcnlture in Sir Robert Bofden's .nlonlst government, will lead a unil- d farmers' parly which will have di- ed taxation as Its main plank." This was the word given Saturday i the New York Canadian Club by s'elson Parliament, speaker of the 'ntarlo legislature. The new speaker Indicated that the ssue of reciprocity between tho Unit- d States and the Dominion might be alsed again if the Dominion Farmers' larly was able'to duplicate the sue- ess of its Ontario predecessors. Outside of tho tariff, he thought he party's'main plunks wonld'be. di- taxation of land values, estcn- ion of agricultural schools anil en- of the "hack-to-tlie-land" movement. In his address to the Canadian Club Mr. Parliament outlined the 'growth of Ihe united fanners' movement which, he said, had been gradual bill greatly accelerated by Canada's war expenditures. War politics, and nar Ucularly expenditures which were judicious, If nol actually wasted, open ed the eyes of every Canadian voter he declp.r-jd, aftd though the very periraent of unionist gqt.trnir.cnt, In troduced following a coalition of th tiro principal parties in 1317, hai promised well, it had failed to fulfil Its pledges. from last year was changed to a sur-l flclonl to warrant an adjournment amr plus. The Ladies' Alrl report given by Mrs. .Stewart showed a year of coh- llnnal progress and that there had been an Income of and lhat ttmy li'irl loaned Hie managers {200 mid ualil for various other Improve- ments of Ihe church. The Sunday school report given by Mr. Cransloun showed n large credit bjilancc after all expenses hp.rl been paid. Tho manager's report showed thnt Dr. JjOvering Is of the opinion llial he Is thn one and only "Dr, f.overing" In Ihe worltl as lie slated In Ihe I'rov incial 1'olico Court. Tho doctor 'In arriving nt this conclusion THIIHI havo property would become Slate-owned been vory busy studying Ilio various during (lie tho church had ml- v.ir.nerl from the state of a mission church' to augmentation, and -that Cant. liev. W, II. Muncaster, M.A., had been called to fill the cancy caused by llie removal of Itev. J. A. Leslie lo Ontario. Th" of managers' election tlicn took place. The following were eleclcrt: Messrs. J. Murray, K. l.eli {'ody, and U, Ruble, for three years: .Mr. for two nm f ho was unable lo continue the crown would be called upon to rtrguo heir side of the case. SECRETARY OF THE PENSION BOARD OTTAWA, Jam has been appointed secretary of the board of pension by the civil tervlcc commlulon. Mr. Abc.irn has been for yttr and on the staff .of the d.lttrlct office of the pensions board, Tor- onto, and since April last, Has been mansger of the Toronto of- fice, Mr, Ahisrn a creditable overseas service record. Eureka Municipality Meets Ban Officials to Discuss the Question Whenever your skin is blqtchy or pimply" Zam-Buk is what you need. warm'M'ater and Zam-Buk Then apply Zam-Buk gen- but thoroughly. .If this it done persistently each night beforerrtirir.g.you be repaid by a much improved con- dition at the skin, arid eventu- ally by freedom from all blotches oi- pimples. Mrs. Owen A. Gee, of 3 Bona- vcnture Avc-, Montreal, states "Generally speaking, Ihave no faith In so-called skin remedies, but I am witling to admit that Zam-Buk Is quite different. It Is very superior to anything I "have ever I havegood cause to know, as 1 used innu- merable remedies before 1 beard I hid suffered for along time frflnV'bibtches' spots on rby faceVnd body, smd had used to mioy remedies without receiving benefit; that givenllphifKof curing me When Zam-Bulc W" recommended, I ever, to give It a to my amazement I ioba'npticed marked improvcmcntlnmycoQ' ditlon. I persevered with Zam- Buk until flniUyit rid myikin of every spot and blotchy patch and left It frnpoth. Zam-Bulc Is cer'aitily .of all the credit nnd praise givenlt." For eczema, ulcers, abscesses, bolls, Moocl.poisonfnfjt piles, cuts, burns and scalds, Zam-Ruk is equally good. All dealers 50c; box. What Cash You Need and rnore particularly, when large sums are is best carried in the form of a Letter of Credit, issued by The Merchants Bank. This old established ia preferred by many experienced BecwM of its'abwlute Letter's of Credit are cached onlr-by.bnksw baniiinp and after the identity of _ holders is eaUbllsbed to the satisfaction of Aebmk "officials. This kwurM Mfety; 'tn'd 'gotrdi igkiart v, ''Vr': i MCRCHANT5 BANK Hszd Office! OF CAN ADA. s 1604, IJE.THBRIDGE R .Bianchcteliont raroniantlNoUcWd. fFrrtn Our Own ORASSV LAKE, Jan. A large attended moctlng of tho Unlled Knr ors was held on Saturday the 101 Tho seed proposition was under dis- cussion, Mr. McLcllan, reevo of Kurcka maintained ihst the hank should again advance money for soctl, Mr. of Ihe Union Honk gave fads and figures to flhow that [lie bunk harl practically gone as far aa U j-'bonlrl, and came back at 'Mr. McT.ollan that Iho municipality was shirking Us re- aponsllillltles. Tins feeling Is very strong among n number of farmers, who sec lhal.lf Ihelr own local legis- lature hns no confidence !r. iho ilia' they havo no rlKNt to ask out- islders to have, ami last year, unlike nurroiimiing districts Iho dtil nothing to help. This -year It tH Iiopoil advantage will lif. taken ol the NBW YOlllt. Jan. Clnticle Wta- 1 machinery provided by Hie provincial WAR VETERAN IN TROUBLE therbcc, v.-liosn family Can property, which Is never taxed. Meer was tiirown out of Iho Non- Who's Wlio" cf the illifonit countries Artisan hut his revoll had nf lho .1. IlncIiAKuii fui unu year. ifulinu was loday sentenced board of managers. MoHsrs, anadian veteran Kovcrnmcnt or many a o.rop will nol wrw'tolped out hy thelbe uown, A wait and see policy Is no Hunt anil .1. II. Medil wero elected uuflitors for tfie next twelve inonliis. Mr. S. Nohlo ami Mrs. Sli-.varl seconded, iSal -Mr. K. l.ell. from two nml ,1 half years to five yearn In Sing Sing on rhargo of having as- sniillci! MI'S. Itacliaol Caplan. an aged woman. To gain entrance to Iho housrj ot his victim ptfsed as a gas meter inspector. in IhH cnunlry. successful dance wna holr] at Morning Star school hoiisf. The dance was given by Ihe I'hlppa Irrothvm and tlie HChool hoitso was crowded. A danno Is to bo held In ,ltino school TCU r'riilay. SAVE AND PROSPER The companions of Victory.are Work and Thrift. If the people of. J rCariada practise these great problems of reconstruction can be settled to the mutual benefit Save and prosper.. THE CANADIAN BAHK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND W5THBR1UGI5 BRANCH, R. T. Brymncr, Manager, ;