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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERALD. 1-1UDAY, JANUARY 16. 192? To bv UtolB called the firs: nieellnjt to or- today. Besides M- llourgeols, the members Karl Curzon. Urltteh torero secretary, tor Great Brlulu: VanlielCi, of Greece; Cailo Ferraris, Italian minister of Industry.! commerce. labor, aud food: I'aul Hy msoj, foreign mlniiter; Baron Mutiui, ambassador to France, (or jjitaa; IX-. Ds Cunha. ambassador to francs, for llrazll. and Count De Lsou, ambasiador to France, for Ifipeln. JIB. The council of nattoci rdoetrtd lot first Fremler lioyd George ot Brl-! 'till-, and Yifi'ount Grey. BrltUh tnisidor to tho United States, dropped j In to tfcu meeting at an early stage. Mr. Uoyd George soon retired, hov- ever. Viscount Orijy remained and protest to be proW.td 10 It, was JnrUed to a front scat. These Wore It cirae'into th6 TliJW" of note. initial sMitou. The jrotdt I'rom'.tr without rising. inn "earorg of the otciwd proceadlnp by uomhmms jrovtnunent of the- Irith rsnablic" Bo.rjrwls let chairman: Lord Cur- '.'iraln.it the "unreal Knflto wi-ondert the nambstlon. and M. o serve our customers in the presenl difficult reconstruction period. THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA I I- I THE NEW CANADIAN STAR 1 This Is the best picture of i Gordon. Thia Canadian contralto ha {won a romarkable .triumph at lh> .Metropolitan Optra House, New York CapiUt 15.WI.C05 'iM.OM.COl QICKED UP IN lASSlNG FOK THK MAN -Mr. Alinon B. Symons. has 'arm nenr Hope, has a remark able hen. It is a Barred Rock, an was hatched about the 20th ot Aiiri last; in Scutember i! stole a nes nivay, and 'i'hanksgiving hatche twelve chickeus fiom fourteen ORg then starter! to lay on Chris mas Day. Seven of the chickens ar j doing well. i SENSATIONAL REPORT ABOUT (WHEAT DEAUNOS VANCOUVER, B.C., Jan. A eable from N.S.W., to the Vancouver Prav- Inct "A rsptrt erf a royal CMrtRilitlon icmt ifo to Into alleija-. tloM an wheat pool haa luued., "The Hntlng that WM'vll and thift wart ittponilkle'' for the of from twwlvc to million of wheat the crept of 1111 and 1917 and potnte tc Incldentt whMt board'! thit mlgltt port the ouaplclon that a oofwplracy rxltlrd to defraud jevernmeM." WHO'LL GIVE IT A HOME? WINNIPEG, Jan. Can- adian of- flolala declare that ahlpn.ent of liquor from St. Paul, Minn., to a Winnipeg firm, which li held up In St Paul, for i, bond, under a court order, cannot leave the United States or enter Canada, A government order provtdea that no liquor can hipped Into a bonded home tn Canada during the month of January. ------------rr Howard Elllol president of North era Pacific, 0aIU railroads In the next few years would have lo spend a large part of which must to for equipment. DODB'S KIDNEY PILLS right to strike. "But that It was the barbarous method to be used only aftor ail means had failed." i the death of Prof. Kbenzer Mac- kay, who died at life Halifax lu- firmary, Xova Scotia loses one o[ her esplaiiied I foremost educationists, was for i against the Crescent Creamery company-for violation .'of the "board of commerce order regarding the purchase and re- tail price of milk 'was laid hy Harry K.C, local counsel (or the beard today. Australia is floating a loan here of'0_ne and one half millions for -per'cent. at 93, repayable In 1S24. NEW foreigners, men and women, have been "lured" into Communist parly membership under the pretense that they were olnlng In'a "social cliterprhc" for community dances and other affairs. A sequel to the disturb- j. ance by Canadian soldiers at Epsom on June 17, came yesterday when the 21 policemen who defended the polico station during the attack were each presented .with a- gold watch and medal provided by public subscrip- tion. Karl Hoseberry, who Had taken a leading part in raising the subscrip- tions, presented the gifts, but waa so ill that he could not make a speech and had (o be assisted to a chair. Italian delegation an- nounces today that Cnunt Aldro- vandl has been appointed diplomatic representative, .of. Italy in Germany. typesetters and postmen are on strike. settlement has been arrived at In the suit of eight offi- cials of the West Toronto G.W.V.A. against. Harry Flynn, tho United Veterans' League, in which plaintiffs as'Ked damages for libel. The plolntjffs 'accepted statements made by Flynn to the effect that he did not intend to charge and does not now charge that any books indicated that.plaintiffs or any. of them had be- trayed their'trust to llieir comrades. one of tho lest snowstorms of the season, accom- panied by a high wind and ten be- low zero weather transportation lines were severely tied up today in 'this city. Trains'from tha'west were re- ported away behind schedule. death rate for 1510 despite tho Influenza epi- demic, was MA per thousand, which is the lowest percentage on record lor this city. United Farmers Co-operative society announced thif {morning thnt it placed an order o of binder twine with tho In Produce company of Chi i caso. Accept "California" Syrup of Fig. for the nnme California on the package, then you are sure your child Is having the beat and most harmless Inxatlvo or for the little aiomaeh, llrer ami bowels. Child- ren lovo its delicious fruity tnsto. Knit directions for child's doeo on each but- tls. Oirc It without fear. Mother! You must say "California." I Justice Mathers Loilay awarded Walter Alexander lHallfj and coils against Ernes [Crabb. co-respondent in recent divorce proceedings when Halls obtained a 'decree on tho ground that Crabb hai 'alienated his wife's alfecllons. HALIFAX, C. Walters, who represented the employees on thi conciliation hoant headed by Ilov. Dr. McKinnon, which investigated tha wage sliuadou In the Dominion Coal company, laid the students of Pine fllll College, the Presbyterian divinity school here, last that there was no adonuntc compensation for th8 more than two decades tenant of the chair of chemistry aud mineralogy at Dalhousie College. hundred thousand Russian Eol- iers avc btiU held as prisoners ol in Germany. Kecorils show trial dwarfs have een known'to live to tjie palriarcbal ge of 07 years, while giants usually lie comparatively young. Wiliiain Jeimings Bryan has lostthe upport oi: N'orinan "E. '.Mack, Deino- ratio National Coramitteeman from ew York State. Mr. Mack was one f the first to advocate the nomination f Mr. Bryan in 1S9C. In 1908, after us third nomination for President, !r. Bryan had Mr. Slack elected chair- rnan of the National Committees. Lieut.-Col. A' S. Evans, son of Dr. i. II. Evans, Toronto, died In India Nearly outo'licenses taken out m Manitoba' fn; 19IS. A machine gun balter'jHs to be or ganized in SarnEa, drawing? member ship from Lambton anti-adjoining ter rltory. Bay of Quinte Conference Method ists have undertaken to'raise under the IntercEiurch Forivard Move ment scheme. Jlarcus D. C. Tail, University Col- ege, Toronto, has been selected by he Ontario committee as Rhodes Bcholar. He is n son, of Rev. Donald Tait. of Port Dalhousie, and has' dis- tinguished'himself fn-the classical course of tho University of Toronto, It is an interesting commentary on tbo downs and upe of a'literary ca- reer that the letter of Lord Robert Louis Stevenson lo his mother which he told her that he had received for all rights In "Virginibus Pucr- was sold recently for v Many people would consider the Metropolitan Museum of Art In New- York City as a very good neighbor In- deed, but real estate eipcrts a lower value on residence property on Fifth Avenue near tho Museum than elsewhere along tho park because the crowds ot visitors are objectionable. The depreciation does not apply ao much to the value of apartment houses, for those who live in apart- ment hquscs seem to be particular than those who live in private housei. One person In fifty Is a twin; one In is a triplet. PARIS, Jan. [erms peace for Hungary francrl by the i In the whole world there are about peace conference were handed to tlio i ncwapaf ers. Hungarian delegation hore this out Ila announced t intention of taking action under unfair trade practices of the jig settlement by the department of. justice of pending anti- trust, proceedings, the federal trada commission today cited Armour company In a'formal complaint alleg- ing uhfalr methods of competition and acquisition of control of compet- ing concerns. London cable to the Montreal in discussing Lord Grey's return from his visit to Washington, which it describes as a the Daily says "The Immediate future of the United States'-relation (o the League of Na- tions and [he world rests entirely with the Americans themselves, as outsiders can do nothing toward In- fluencing it." WORST BLIZZARD IN YEARS TRAVERSE CITY, Mich., Jan. Scores of northern Michigan towns were isolated today by the worst bllz zard that has swept this section In yeare. Ixiw temperatures and impass able snow drifts have put a numbe of communities in a serious predica owing to shortage o' coal Inability of farmers to bring ii wood. HUNGARY GETS PEACE TERMS noon. Tho Hungarians were given 15 days In which lo present their re- plies. Canadian-American Trade Relations In America's lent lineal Canada sold 000 of hor produota In the U. B. Mfirket. hut purciiasort t'nero of goods. Thue of Conadlan-Araerioari trade WRB affected by (lio fluctuations In Canadian Exchange. We malnteln separate Foreign Bzohf.ngo Dapartmantn undarBpo- ulBllats at our New York, London. Montreal, Toronto, "Winnipeg and Vancouver Branches, to offer you tho men sure of ocolstnnc-o Inyourtrado financing. ni. UNION BANK OF CANADA Lftthbridge Branch', A. Dunbar, Manager Branches at Csrdttan and Victoria, Australia, la establishing state sawmiits In order to slop profit- eering In timljen In reference to ibd proposed new scnooh for London, Trustee II. who will he chairman of ihc ho.ir] this year, favors the onc-.storcy typo of no 1. more thnn 1'j rooms nt Hie ]liithor tbnn on this tilze iuj would tho school district ami f-rcci schools where needed. Saves Dad NORMAN T. FALKNER l-'ormerly of Saskatoon, now of To- who has filvhix marvelous of at Vnr.iity Kink, l-'alkner enlisler with tlin Ualtalion and hin k-g I.tnx. U jflir. Hcfore Me war he sliced katlng champion of Western t'jm- do. He now fancy sloiins mo (hat yould ijo almost somj- ionsl for a man with both lcfc-5. Makes 'em both good natural when I eat POST TOASTIES Mid-Month List of Art Hickmarfs Dance Orchestra Caine From San Rrancisco to Make FronTthe St. Francis Hotel, San Francisco, by way oftheNewZiegfeld'Midnight Frolic and the Batmore Hotel to the Columbia Recording Laboratory. That was the record-breaking, record-making trip this exr elusive Columbia organization undertook to play: My B.tj'. from "T my..... On StTMtoW 'ell Me hoUtioc Foi-1 IIOM Driftin' f 9 FJIicb Blto" Swoet Here's George Meader's First Double Record This splendid tenor, the latest addition to Columbia's long list of exclusive artists, thrills you with that song of love and longing, "I Know What It Means to Be Lonesome." Coupled with "I Never 'a solo sure to make you sigh for the caresses of your own sweetheart. A Few More Mid-Month and Burr nl be Waiting for You Harrison Seidei'i Supreme Violin Solo "Eili.Eili." 49526 o sm. Ik Columbia on Safe 10th fnJ 20th Evtr? Month COLUMBIA GHAPHOPHONE TOi'.ONTO Assinobia Music Go. DEALERS Phone 1545 Lethbridge, Alta. J. D.Higinbotham Co., Ltd. AGENTS THE REXALL STORE ALBERTA'S PIONEER DRUGGISTS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS PHONES i 515 AND 322 ;