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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LliTHBRlDGR DA 11 A 1I15HALD NINB MOXTrtKAU July 24.-A resolution Hilmiiltud at the Army anil Navy cram1 Convention sueisesleil luat Ine rovornuieiH slinuld eucouraes and ox uloit lliu tislierlcs ot Canada by allow- li-S any livu CUhermeu who have sotv- cJ In naval ratings (or two yens to lako possession of drillers, taluo S15.000, on ]uilllns up fCCO while 10 LoMlcrs slioulii ue eWo Io ot li valued at 5T.OOO; on pulllnE "P Jsw lhc i veterans' orjanlzillons rais- ing a luncl Io Insure lha vessels. The resolution also that votor tins deslriiiK to cngaEO I" lishlnj, cur- Ing. smoking or canning llsh or sheop raising should be granted credit the Mime as Hint granted (or (arming. A. report was'submitted to the con- vention warmly hdvocallng the organ; ol lands', auxiliaries for Ine association and adqplcd. -Ann'tlicr 'resolution brought be'cre the coaveiiUon rocomnendeJ tliat the "should be represented on the dvll scrvlco and repatriation committee ol-fho -Dominion house TUB fcselu'libn was adopted. 'When llfd'jnulioii ot ll'.e Winnipeg branch, asking tlint any soldier or 'sailor, who lias ri homoslcud should IJD given his llrno-of service as count hie on dls homestead duties, wlicthe lie. maJe culry.for ils land hclorc en ;llrlme'nf 'or "afterward, came up, K WHWusun, Winnipeg, said th was n" frille too sivccplnE Ihouslil niiny men would seize this to gel land wlio Imd 'no intention of larniing II. Tlie iiiier cil3 c( Canadians aa a body and not should bo con- eidercij, he said. uioTion, however, was carried 'tiy u very.laTEonnaJorlty. 'Thr> report ot the finance commit- .iee showed :i balance on hand ot ?957 lit waa recommended Ihnt the capital itax bo raised frotn 10 cents to 25 cents annually. J The Halifax branch urficd i Ihe as lo demand from tho govern- '.men! Ihat all troops on active service in Canada .and 1915 he grant eS a Canadian '1D14.and 1315 decora Ihat all ranks ecrvlug In Canada be granted tho. war service chevrons nccrcrrilns lo length of service; that ranks be granted (arm credit on 'llio same terms as troops who scrvci overseas; that nil ranks bo granted ivar gratuitr ivhclhcr discharged be tore Nov. l-l or not, and-to be deal with..Qn.-llic .same..unsjs as oversea trcops-nnd-'lh'erd'should'only he one semce'jde'dnl and U snoult be given IcT all who served In th war WhnthJr' in Canada or overseas London Telegraph Character- izes it as Nothing But In- dependence Under An- other Name LONDON'. July Do- minion homo rule for Iroland, tbe Dally Telegraph editorially reviews Ihe assertions ot Joseph Dovlln and Sir Horace Plunkett that il must be lull and complete on Dominion lines. Tlio Telegraph continues; 'The value as an Imperial safeguard oJ the Imperial veto upon dominion legislation Is precisely nil. It might conceivably be nsed once, then it would end- torever If the occasion was one. In wnlcli Dominion feeling had been aroused ever so lightly. Wo ask, therefore, In all seriousness, il this is lhc Dominion home rule which Is declared to bo tie minimum which satisfy Nationalist EL-nllmcn.t. It Is Great Britain Trill have none ol t, for It is nothing but. independence rider another name." Tho Telegraph proceeds (o say that t 'Ireland would be Ealistled with dmething less than this It is not Do- nlnion rule at all and suspects it Is his very ambiguity ivhich has made he terra so popular recently in car- aln Quarters. "Our conclusion Is that all this talk about Dominion home rule Is mis- chievous in Iho highest degree. Let us Ignoro the theatrical butfoonetles of De Valera and give common sense a chance. The Irish Nationalist can have for the asking self-government [or three-quarters of Ireland, in which they hold sway, hut the liberty of choice thev demand themselves they must concede to Unionist counties." Troops Operating Againsl Ihe Bolsheviki EHect Junction On Bossarabian Front OMSK, Friday. July (Russian telegraphic ot full support In the fight against Dol- shevlkl were received today by tht all-Russian government ot Admlra Kolchak Iron) a. congress of officials representing the Chellablnsk. Troitsk Verkhne Uralsk, Krasno Ullialaak E'nulerinbure and Bcha'lrinsk till j-lcls. Erfoct a Junction VIENNA. July Simon Pet lura, leader of the Ukrainian troopi and Gen. Gregorieff, former protect o Odessa, operating against the Bo Bhevlki, have succeeded In efteclln a Junction of their forces In the rea ot tho IioUhevlkl along tbe Daelite river on the lietsarablan front. Gen. Petlurn is marching on Kie trom the- west, Gregorlelf ts comln up from the south, and Atraan Anhe Is leading Important Ukrainian bands which are advancing on .Kiov from Konolop end points northeast of Kiev. REV DR. MANLEY BENSON DEAD TOnOXTO. July death took place here this week ot a proml nent Methodist minister, well known all ovor Ontario, In Ihe pbrson ot Rev. Dr. Manley Benson. He bad tilled many Important charges. WILL WAIT UNTIL HE RETURNS FROM TRIP WASHINGTON, July Wilson does nol now ohm to present the defensive treaty with ftance to the senate until alter he reluins Irom his loilr of the country. This state- ment was msde today at the White House. DON'T WANT "ANZAC" NBw'vbnK. July 25.-nequcst tha American .busipcBS houses refral from coinmercialniing Iho term "An 7P.C1.' tho abbreviation for tho Au Zealand army corp vas hiade here'1 lortay'bv Ihe Austm isn comrnljilon In tiiu State July 24. (Associated program of policies out- lined by Premier Bauer to the Ger- man national assembly -yesterday re- ceived some adverse comments and brought out several expressions ot J. C. Doss Relieved of Troubles b He Feels Better Than tor Many Years. 'Not for a long time have I cnjo> cd such good health or felt so well generally as 1 do since taking said J C. Doss, a well known retired farmer who lives al Main Avc., Spokane, while talking to a Tanlac representative Ihe other day., "For twelve months before I com menced taking continued Mr. Doss, "my stomarh was in mighty and caused me no cnJ of sulfcring. Jly. appetite went back on me completely and I Just-had to force down everything I ate. 1 would liave'sour stomach in the worst -Tray, and this would cause gas to form so bad thnt I was hardly able to get ;i good breath. I would often gel so dluy that 1 could hardly walk or stand on my feet unless I bad something lo hold' on to. I had a tired, dreggy feel- ing all tho time, and didn't have enough strength and energy to even disappointment from newspapers today. the afternoon Thn Daulsclie Tagrt Zeitung term- ed Ilia program nol one of reconstruc- tion, but a "program of weakness and The Vosslsche Zeltung said Iho. ad- did not give an Impression ot strong leaders. The Lokal Anzelger criticizes the --..of qjl Fly per Prick el al all Druggists, Grocers and General Stores Easy to Eaiy'lo Tak On Ihe mountain trial (arch fringe ;g of ttit {'_ Canadian Pacific Rockic ,Windovji that Tumo mi Horvtlolkt plctu that' you deep, you find In any Picific Lako Loaise, E Lake, Sii Vlcloi premier's address sliirply, although It Eaiil tlie address represented not only a work program, but a fforkliigman's program. This newspaper declares, however, that public, opinion in Germany Is not behind tho premier In Ills abhorrence ot revenge and his sentiments regarrl- iho leagutf ol nations. ille Tagelische nnnscha'.l express-. ed the opinion Inat the premier "dnro not onpOEfl the strike plnpie which Ihrcalcns tho eiislence of the around a little. Tho different medicines and treatments I took did- n't do me any good at all, and 1 just kept going down hill until I was com- pletely rundown in every war. "My slsler, who lives In Talladcga, Ala', wrote me about the good Tanlac had done her, acd advised mo lo take il. Well, I wns willing to try anything I thought would help me, bought Q hollle "of Tanlac and commenced lafcing II rlnht away. 11 is simply mar- velous the way my troubles began to disappear before 1 had even finished my tirsl bottle ot this wonderful med- icine. 1 hiivo ]usl finished my third bottle, and honestly, I can hardly jet eno.'.sh lo eal- In fact, I never had such an appolite snd everything I cat agrees with mo perfectly. My stomach seems to be In as good con- dition as It ever iwas, and I never crnmenl, but on" oilier band caters to the Premier Bauer's address, according lo Hie Weimar Tagcblalt, was greeted i with hissing and laughter aoma of Iho Conservatives. MINNESOTA REDS SUFFER DEFEAT Afiirtb llmo fit cgrtin. lot I c ftdck -NEWUI..M, Jllnn., Julr I labor delegates who dorolnateil Tues- Idny's session of the Minnesota fcdcra: lion of labor convention woro over- whelmingly defealed on ml sides at tho closing meeting (his sltemoon. After the radicals on Tuesday had obtaincil a vote favoring the rjrlncinlB of a. five-day slrlke beginning Septem- ier 1 on bclialf o[ Tom Mooncy, Ih8 ifonscrvatlvea this afternoon voted I down He formal proposnl lo hnvo (ho federation members participate In such R strike. The radicals today also aKempleil lo psol Ilia eiebtlon, hut the conaerva llvo forces rallied and ie-olectcd Fresl I s Iho convcn lion closed. nave n .sign of Indigestion any more; Those dizzy spells have left me, and I am never bothered with gas form- Ing and causing me lo have shortness of breath. To tell the honcal truth, 1 feel as well imd' strong f.nd as full ot ccergy as I. did whon I was n young man. Yes, sir, Tanlao la a mighty gooi medicine, and as long svs I live pralso 11 for lhc good II has done me." Tanlac la sold In Lc'lhbrlugo by John D. HlElnbotham 6 Co.; In Coal- hurst by Diamond Drug Stationery Store, and In Mrs. N. Der FREE TRADE FAVORED IN QERWAN ASSEMBLY BASEL, July, 'Jlspaleh from Wtlmar says