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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JULY 13, ,TRE PA' ftemueV Mwirit Piafi At- Northern Two or Days, 3PA, J I A. Proloniation' M Uw' allied conference (or ajjotbef .'j dayJ two. and pouibly today becabw of taabUKyofJhe conferees so far to rfetch'tn over the quei- tkm of coal dekftwtoi by the and the reparations plan in general. The allies' served an ultimatum up- on thV German delegation .to coir ference here late' (his' afternoon thai the Germans niust agree by 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, to deliver to allies two mill loo'tbni of coal month Otherwise, the Germans were in formed, the allies will take measures to enforce the terms'of the Versailles treaty; r, German Plan. Thaj Carman plan1 IB L and old people. Combined with cereals it makes the ideal ration- jbot if your stomach does take kindly to'-tnilU Kot two Shredt___ meat Biscuits, put i a small chunk of on each Biscuit, aBowinJ it to melt into the in the oven and i MAt I CANADA: TABLETS MARKED TAYER" ARE at All yithbut th'e "Bayer hich rebuilding of Northern is undertaken, is in bree parts. U was submitted to the onference with the understanding hat It must be accepted as whole. Fart One: Section der- Eoverument that the urpose of the present negotiations to make a final settlement of their itire for reparations. Section German govern.- ncnt, knowioj (hat it is obliged under ho 1, 1S20, enty bD lion "jold inarks, conaldera hat it has pati already not only that hut a much, higher one, accord- ing to its'account Section three sets forth that in pro- 'iding'for the future, the irament wouM be unable to fulfil its obligations unless the German budget can be balanced, Section four provides that (he meas- ure of Germany's ability to pay, ow to her weakened economic struc- requires that she should have necessary food, fodder, fertilizers and otkerVraw materials. j- Eectlon the principals under which the German. government considers its payatenU should be re- annuities to be limited to 30 yeara; subsections affirm that should be agreed oponr 4fter the; payment of which Germany should .be completely free, that the" payment pf.thij.funi sjipuld be arrang- ed Jn' Various amounts, a dule be that it_shpuld not be in cnaracter because the present time "accurately to' ertJmjite; the' econ- omic position of Germany .for the next 30 years. b Belllinc the uiitteri ii t'ui town could carry on till harvest, but tnere ws; not lime to discuss the niatter tonight. tot consider inatteK Rev. 'Arthur JPhelps, Methodist pastor a.t (Jreenbank, has resigned to accept T the poaitton of leather of Knglish in the phlo Methodist Col- lege. FRANCISCO VILLA LS BOTTLED UP NBAR PARRAL BY JOAQUIN MEXICO CITV. July Joa'juln Amaro has Francisco Villa, revolutionary leader in the state of Chihualiui, boltled up, following an encounter near Tarral lu which 500 rebels and 500 Genera] F. HUl minister anno! neat who loat Bounded, and "priaoien. Ml to the hills, accwdlag to tit war minister. Mra. Leola Denhia o( St. Thomaa, suicide la v-a >ing only a week ago her honeymoon. niicyiiiKuoiii.'iCxnnbago. .Sciatica; Neu- ritis, take; Aspirin maikcd with Usi ir, jrod.nre rot Inking onljf" "Bayer. Tablets of an- unbroken "Bayer" ccribcd hy li Vnly one mast >ay "Bayer" x ennftilft) rit 1 1C lusiness in the service of (he Halifax Sacking Tniro, N.S., in 1890, and eft-In 189V'tp. engage-in-'financial justness under firm name of F. 3. MoCurdy and Co. He was elected .u the house of commons forHalifax in was appointed parliament- ary secretary of the department of militia, July. In 1917 he was returned the con- stituency of CdlchesteV and, oil Febr ruary, 1S18, was', appointed parliaj jnentary secretary 'of the newly form- ed department of the S. C, R. and chairman of the I. a. C. He is a Con- servative-Unionist, a Presbyterian in religion, and resides in CANADIANiCOUNCIL OF AGRICULTURE HOLDING-1 SESSION; NO STATEMENT Por Colds, ITcadaclie, Keural- thp gcninne Appirin prc- iyflicianfl.ioT over nine- Now mado'-in Canada. teen years. Handy tin boxes conlnininR 12 lab- IcU cost but a fow cents. also sell larger "Bayer1 packages. .....of Mono- mcifni Uayol. il Iho public AsMoft Pie T.itildl t thtir mlcV, the CroM." WINNIPEG, July With repre- sentatires of agricultural interests rora'all'parts of Canada present, the Canadian Council of Agriculture.. is loldlng private Sessions hero There was no official statement Is- iued .following the morning 7 but it is believed that Canadian wheat marketing and the Canadian Wheat 3oard, as well political organiza- lon of the farmers for the next fed- then, in humqroijs'fashion, told of the various branches of the farm era1 rnar- the tfoifbles" in connection with the farmers'_movement and somep! the difficulties in handling riisti shipments at the .big centres..The best men'available.' were 'vobfainel. even at higher salaries and organization was. could be got. When summer there would be.po crop, '.itho farm organizations in parts, and in the nbrthifesteni plates were notified, and _s'o. many Myers were present durlnjf.llie' rush of live- stock shipments caised'by the drouth that a much belief market was pro- vided; than wouldjhave been the case. The Allied governments had made use of the organizedfiarmers to a great extent In purchasing supplies, and had praised their work.- The manager of the New York brsnoh. had beon oifer- ed a knighthood! of the great assistance given.1 during the war. He appealed to .the; farmers to back up'their own companies, which were now varied In operation. Lawrence Peterson endorsed the.remarks made arid the-necessity of following pnt the principles laid and opportun- ity was given The meeting then closed with the national anthem. The Hospital In his address on-! the 'hospital, Mayor Vickery pointed out Its neces- sity as a district'institution. Seventy- flve pef cent.' bfipatlents -were.from the rural districts. The fact that at least one' municipality was making an grant was proof that they rec- ognized the It had been the means of saving lives, and this had been demonstrated frequently. The town was willing ,to turn the hospital president of the men of Ontario; :J. eral election, were under discussion: Representatives present included W. R. Burnaby, Jefferson, Ontario, ?reside_nt of the council; J. J. son, Toronto; Mra. C. H. Brodie, New Market, Ontario. United Farm Wonv lj. Brown, Pilot Mound, Man., prcsi dent of tlie United Farmers Of Mani- toba; Hon. T. A. Crerar, M.P.; Hon. George Langley, U. a. Musselman, A. Maharg, M.P., and J. R. Reid, M.P. Ten representatives: of tho Ameri- can Farm Bureau Federation were also In attendance at tho meeting.. Hoodoo Murderer WiD Hang Wednesday Morning PRINCB ALBERT, July John Yuzak. the son of Andrew Yulak of Hoodoo, will ing die on the. scaffold ai. the iirovln- 'clal Jail for the murder of Mar- i.ta of At the eleventh hour the provincial police are Investigating a statement made recently by Yuzak to Sheriff Heath, Implicating another man, .but having investigated fi former state- ment made by Yiizak, tho sheriff does not anticipate any new developments in [he case. Mrs. Ijlshlnsky wus murdered on the afternoon of April 1, beirjg shot witli a revolver and..her body .thrown down n well." Yuzak confessed to tho crime and trlc4 on April IS. He over at the figure before mentioned, {7.000." anl1 become a municipal hos- pital unit, or to go in on one built and equipped by the district. It would continue to operate as long as poss- ible, but owing to the hoavy expense must B'v'e tas't some flay ere long. Tho nov; act 'adjusted taxation more equitably, and ho hoped tho far- mers would take action. chairman agreed With the necessity of tho 'hospital in the dis- trict, and said ho was favorable to When Folks Quit Coffee because of cost to health or purse, they naturally drink INSTANT POSTUM "There's a Reason HULL BLOCK Phone 625 BAWPEN BROe COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS 3rd. AVE SOUTH Lethbridge BETTER BEDS AND BEDDING MEANS BETTER SLEEP COMFORT ALL COTTON FELT MATTRESS There are beds, and beds. Ours are real beds with springy springs and yielding comfy mattri beds 'ffiat are long enough and wide enough for 5 ou to stretch out and as you "jeep. at. you'should; and besides, onr beds have the finish and appearance you demand A visit to Department will also convince you that our -values are right ALL COTTON FELT MATTRESS Made of good' Quality, all white cotton, quality art ticking with roil edge. A mattress that give years of ser- .vice and real sleep nn i The best mattress value on the market-today. Made of best Bon-cured cotton, built layer up- oh layer, it is at once a mattress that will give you real comfort and. it will never sag, mat or get lumpy. Coverjng is of-best You 'can pay more can't gel better 'quality. 90 AA in. COMBINATION TRESS Pillmg of sanitary cirled fibre! wHh thick covering of cotton all over tit heavy qualit> art ti made with, roll edge All sues i comfort: All sizes. SLEEP COMFORT COIL SPRINGS, Made Of best oil tempered wire sprmgii oa ff ame Top is iaced in such a way thai the body, J should be Fully guaranteed by ourselves and makers All sizes BRASS BEDS afo making a very1 complete showing of better quality Brass Beds, If jou are of_ 'beds be-sure to see our stock. Brass Beds from up. The Drink that Gladdens The Thirsty Throat Atall glass of with the tantalizing flavor of fresMimet and die enticing tingle of the cracked juat the most satisfying'.beverage thst ever gladdened the thinly throat of man It uiisfies that craving (or "something and satisfies it in a delightful healthful way. Lime Fruit Juice is the pure juice of cultivated West Indian Limes, with .the fruity fragrance and snappy flavor of the fresh limes. It is cheaper and fir less trouble to use than lemons. Makes a summer drink that is both tonic and refreshment. Keep, a bottle of MONTSERRAT alway. in thahouse. Sold everywhere. National Drug Chemical Co.! of Canada, Limited 'M, a (rue tKcritKing fruit nil (o keep whole hi A-I conjilion. ;