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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUlUm, JANUARY THF DMLY HERALD. PAGE SEVENTEEN' Clemenceau Not Yielded Under Protest To Reopening Trade With Russia PARIS, Jan. prime Minis- ters of tho allies, It appears, were not iu ontlro f.ecord respecting tho decis- ions yesterday upon a limited opening of trado with Russia. Vreuilcr Lloyd Ueorgo proposed the U. 8. WILL SPEND BILLION FOR ROADS NEiW YORK Jan. than Ji.OOO.OOO.OOO v.-lll be spent thla year In tho construction and maintenance of roads and streets throughout the. measure seemingly to conciliate the status. F. L. 1'uWfcK.- ievivi- labor forces of Kngland. Premier aty o( ,ho Amerjcan rtoadbulldcrs' Nrlltl supported Mr. Lloyd (ii-orge, ex-1 Association, declared today. This cs- plaining that the decision would have ;limalo ls basea 0J a tabulation of a good effect upon political opinion n j already made by fed- Italy where a good iloal ot UolehevtK, eral an.j municipal gov- agtlatlon Is reported. Premier Uem-1 erml. y s a carerui approslnia- ciu-oau opposed any dealings o! CU5tomary appropriations in liolshcvik Russia but nnalls saw iocaiiiie3 where S920 sums have not wearily that ho would agree to such bcell jjr Powers siiid measure of trade as that finally an- He insisted, however, upon writing the llnul paragraph affirming (hat tho Allies hr.ri not changel their attitude toward- Ihe M. Ctenienceau also remarked thai he would soon ho out ol' the supreme council anyway. JUDGE AWARDED SON MONEY FROM MOTHER MONTREAL. Jan. In tho su- per'or court yesterday, Alblni Bras The discussion. aver Iho spread of sard, 35 years oW, sued his mother, armed Uolslicvlsni in the Near mid Far Kast now said to be due to HU- ufllcfal cdnvcr.ial.ons liehl Iu the war office In London. .Mr. Lloy-J George Hud various members of Ms entourage !n Paris "questioned.1 aa they have been frequently since tlio change of plans made have replied in an optimistic vein, indicating their belter that the situation was not as dark as would appear from tho Impressions given by the London war St. Marl, for at which ,51101 plaintiff values his services ion dercd on bis mother's farm at St. Hu bert sinco his father's death five ago. Defendant denied liability, bui offered J500 to seitle, stating she was willing to pay 'this sum In order to put an end to "this regrettable SUll." '.Mr. Justice MacLcmian gave judg mcnt for plaintiff for and costs EISNER'S ASSASSIN SENTENCED TO DEATH MUNICH, Jan. Area- Valley was sentenced to death terday for the of Kurt von Eisner, the Bavarian premier, on February 17, 19t8. Count Arco-Vallcy was on the wit- ntfrs all day In the court, which was guarded inside and outtide by troops, Describing events which led to tho aasaisinajtlon, the count "I ihot him from behind cause he rny father- lanrf." WOMEN IN THE IRISH ELECTIONS SALARY NOT ENOUGH FOR POSTMASTER DUIIL1N'. Jan. tho Irish local government clcctiuns, Ihe num- ber ot women candidates were fewer lhan hail been expected, considering Iho larga of women voters. The women were mainly candidates u? Ihu Sinn Kcifi. Up to 4ato women elected In Dublin comprise Mra. Wyse i p.way. Dnsplto appeals ol the street Power, ono of the honorary1 treasur-1 cleaning department, only erner- ers of the Sinn Kcln organization, and gency employees of depsuimcp.t Mra. Shcehy SkeB'Ington, widow of appeared to assist the n-giilar work- tJheehy Skefflngton> editor ol tho Irish era. Six thousand men wero found Citizen, who was killed during tho In tho "past to meet all >TKW YORK, Jan. New Yori up today II found the heav- iest snowfall of the winter on its sirfleta and the street-cleaning depart- ment could not find men to clear It VAXCOL'VKIl, Jan. (By; Canadian I'ress.) At a banquet in Mi honor tendered by the postal staff of lias city, U. MacPherson. ex-1 who recently resigned as post- master atier eleven years' service, de- clared that it was the high cost of living that bad forced htm to null. He regarded, ho said, Ibo placing of Van- couver in the same- category with re- spect to the salary carried with the as the clllos of Hegina and Ottawa, which cities did 'aboin half the business ol Vancouver, as a -Mr. MacPher- a year. Easter uprising In 1910. Tbo lord mayor of Dublin will bo of this naluro, but owing lo tho heavy fall of snow It is said that citizens cither Aldsnaan Tom Kelly, who Is In j may bu asked to volunteer to assist Wormwood Scrubbs prison io-jndon, I the department in clearing away Ihe or William T. Cosgrove, Slun Fein. drifts. member of the House ot Commons, I Nearly all incoming trains from dls- who has often been In Jail. Outside, taut points were from two to four of Dublin, the Sinn Fein will have hours late today became of storms, leaa-expcrlenccd men. In the Dublin election tho Sinn Felners e'ecteu 251 OTTAWA. Jan. J. Black, slight upon :his city. son's salary was MRS. WM. ROCKEFELLER DIES BRUNSWICK. Ga., Jan. Mrs. William Rockefeller Is dead at the Rockefeller winter hume on Jckyl Is- land near here. Freootot ippltcitloa of MENNIX'3 COLD CREAM rcndtn lour Uodj and complexion soft acd smooth In ipEtc of tla ot winter nei- ther. MESS-EN'S COLO CREAX h cruoi. It U VfieficU! UM iklQ. It will to'. trow Lair. TOLD members, the Nationalists 3. tho Lab-] or party G, the Municipal Reformers i 1, tho Ijnlonlsts I and the Indepen- chairman of the soldiers' settlement board, was shown, the report of a cen made on behalf of British Colum- bians. "The board has shown at all times the utmost readiness to co-operate with the provincial government in Innd settlement and gave written as- surance in February last that wher's snitahls land was prepared by it for soldier settlement by means of cir- cular or otherwise, the board would appraise and take over that land as for by soldiers at its nil- value for agricultural pur- "End Your Pihsumatism You Inoir Hill pine ia used in nearly prescriptions and remedies for Tbe reason is that nice contains gevcral peculiar elements tliat hive R reoiark- aWe effect in sootliinj; and healing the 7iicinbrants of the throat and chest. Pino is famous for thU purpose. Pine cough syrups arc combinations f pino and part Tho "syrup is usually plain sugar syrup. To mate the. best pine couyh remedy that money can buy, put '1% ounces of I'inex (50 cents worth) in a bottle, and fill up with home-made sugar j syrup. Or you can use clarified mo- csvo om-rna' honey, or corn syrup, instead of PASTOR Kitbcr way, you make 10 I tliau yon can buy rcady- 1 made for It is pure, cood I verv lake it eacerlv. Suffered Torturei For You can feel this tako liold of a cough Telling Good News To Others SI The coupli mar be dry. hoarse and tipht, or mav bo persistently loose from the- LIKE I DID REED; WIFE ALSO RID OF NEURITIS formation of phkxm. The cause is tho this and Syrup combination will slop U2 applied praised noses; 'In view of the largo number of ap- for settlement next vear and Mrs. need was tortured with the Emphatically asserting lliat thous- anils of unfortunate Euflcfrs liavo been led Into taking wrong treatment! under tho old and fatto belief that "Uric Asiii" causes rncumallsm. Past or II. W. Heed sayir a concentrated cim- "I had suffered agony for years from pound of genuine Norway pine extract, rheumatism and associated disorders, nnd is famous the world orcr for its ver and Victoria and a considerable it all clear to us and now .wo aro beta extension of the board's organization free .from and misery and program to meel the rectulrementa i wo endnred. BoThnJay, years. I believe 4 of Iho situation is now under way." t mau m he d Phone us up about getting friends of yonre out from [lie Old Country. Information :heerfully given. We represent nil lines and can yon excellent service. The Rossiter Agencies (Formerly Harris A. Reaiitcr) Hitjinbotham Block, Phone 1412 Information ASTHMA COLDS WHOOPINC COUGH SPASMODIC CROUP INFLUENZA KRONCHITU CATARRH eafe unil effective trcalincnt, Used with iucccss The vftpor, inhaloil h every breath, makca breathing easy. Ftopa the caugh, urinR restful tornothera with yoanjr children And to sufferers ,'rom A Send jtotiatfor liUt LIFT CFF CORNS WITH FINGERS LO.N'DOX, Jan Press football cup results today were: Bradford City 2, Portsmouth 0. West Stanley 3, Gllltngham 1. London, Jan. Press results today were: International League Wales 13, England 5. NBW Wcinsleln, chief of staff to Luflwlg C. A. K. .Mar- lens, Eclr-slyled Soviet ambassador to the United States, today was releas- ed on bail from Bills Island, where he had been held for several days. to convert! For me to discard tl'o old Uric Acid' what I now know to he absolutely .fatso, for the j new, scientific understanding of the I causes and rheumatism, was like asking me lo'change my religious j beliefs! But 1 did change, nnd it was a fortunate day fcr'nieViM mine wnen I did so." I NOTE: "The Inner. Mysteries of refcrrcrl to above tyi Pastor Recu lays hare facts about rhGlimatisin and Its associated disord- ers overlooked by doctors and scien- tists for centuries, past. It is a work DYED CHILD'S COAT AND HER OLD SKIRT I Mamond Dyes" Made Faded, Shabby Apparel so Fresh and New Don't worry about perfect results. Use "Diamond guaranteed to give a new, rich, fadeless, color lo that should be in'-the hands of every. any fabric, whether it be wool, ailk. man or woman who has Ihe slightest j linen, cotton or mixed symptoms of rheumatism, blouses, ulnckinga, skirts, children's lumbago or gout. Anyone who sends i fc.ithers, draperies, coverings. name and address to H. P. Clearwater, 223 B. Strec.t, Hallowell, Maine, will receive it by mail, postage paid, and absolutely free. Send now, lest you forget the address! If not a sufferer, cut out ttils explanation and hand it to some afflicted The Direction Book with each pack- age tells so plainly ho.v to diamond dye over any color that you can not mistake. To motch any material, have drug- gist show you "Diamond Dye" Color Doesn't hurt bit and costs only few cents FROM ST. JOHN Empress of France, Jan 21, Liverpool Grampian, Jan 'it, Havre- Liverpool .ion W, Pretorlan, Glasgow Hciuiiiinavlan, Fob 1, Llverp'l giclllan, 9, Havre-London Motagama. Fch 12, Liverpool Scotlan, Feb 1C, Antwerp Kil S.S. ci UcMS. CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES 384 Miln St. Winnipeg Urop a little on an achliif com. Instantly that corn stops hurt Ing, then you lift it right out. Yes magic! A liny botllc of Frcezono costs but a few cents at any drug store, but Is sufficient lo remove every hard corn soft corn, or corn between the loos and tho calluses without soreness or irritation. Kreozono Is Ihn sonsnllonal din covcry ot n (Mncinnnl! genius. U verllseincnt. Xetbbi'ibfle Dotd 6 to 8 o'clotk Home Made Sweet Tickles Cream Tomato au Croutons Price. 75c Sallcil Almonds HORS D'OUVRES SOUPS Consomme a la Hourdclaiso FISH Fillet ot White Fish, Maitro de llolcl Dolled Halibut, Cream Snuco ENTREES Dreaded Veal Cuticle, 1'ascalinn Touco Sliced Chicken a la King Dclsmet Souffio, Vanilla KauVi; SALAD Fresh Pronch Dressing ROASTS Vrlmo Hlbs of an llnlfort SUiffoiI Turkey, Cranberry Sauco VEGETABLES JJollctl or Hlced Totfttoes Stewcit Tomatoes DESSERT Boston Cream I'io English Plum Pudding. Hard Satice Vanilla Ico Cream anil CaliO Canadian Cheese, Salted Wafers Assorted Fruit Coffee Apple Pic Tea OUR PRICES ARE THE SAME AS BEFORE THE WAR. KNOW IT JS HARD TO BELIEVE, SO WHY NOT COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES, BAWDEN BROC PHONE 625 kJ< "Full Value" Dining Room Suites FUMED OAK SUITES Efght piece suites. Buffet, eitenslon table ami dining chairs. Made of select quarter cut oak. From SATIN WALNUT SUITES Tr.ccc sillies have a lovely design and finish and are good buying at the marked prices, and OLD ENGLISH SUITES This finish is getting to be very popular owing