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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 'PAGE EIGHT UiTIlBWnGK IU1LT HV.IULD WEDNESDAY. JUNK U, 1011 Kror.cli Siviillfi deraty. on re- Igu liumins IjTal l.nie iiuenicws Airier pf Ger. rainy Frk'bur.c. Tin" article stales Ur Soil a llui Herman col onlfs should DO returned lu acrrcicy ihil -ii if" oa British Labor Man and French Socialist -Meet Hun Leader I U S SENATE TO DEBATE i LEAGUE OF NATIONS WASHINGTON. JITM re-flu- I lion lo nave the sorate declare H r.rtT in Ibo league ot nit- liih benefit to ihe Tilu- n'.ctralltles and to the bond- holders. On the other hand, there are Ihroo j To Obtain Renewed Energy, Power and Endurance Dr. Kenneth for 16 Yean Adjunct Profcimr New York Poll Graduate Mcdlctl School md Hoipi. Ul, SajiTltftt In HU Opinjoa Nujuted [ran u The Most Valuable Tonic, I Strength and Blood" Builder'Any Physician Can Prescribe. lunate Jan'Pidcrewski. one of the greatest rouiicil of the ase, at a lime his un- tirinpucrk for Poland overtaxed his slrenRth anj impaired hil health had recourse to Nuxited iron to htlo his wzsted iorccs and restore old-line heillh and slrtneth. ihe sutuiei vt the province, at debentures reeoiuinenili- or. (our tovtns In the province ot Al- ike reouest of the minister uoa rjtft by the eoininifslonms shull, be-Pla Uiat aro In default lo the pay. j 'dpal iffilr? under dlrectioa becorae eltectlve nnd lludiug upcnlinenls on their bonjed Indebtedneis, ihe act vill be admlniitsreJ. It receiving Lhe conseul ot iho holders land Uio aolicllor for iho bondholders j Is a fset tnat oum- o[ three-ddhs la value of ihe bonded has Indicated tlial as to theao. on be- Iber or our moan munlclpilltles tava; of municipality, hall nppllcaltona had ionic trouble Ui meotlng tbelr anj ,he rerommenaai'.on belnt be made, lo thf commission to' i oblintions. The purpose o! Ihe afcove approved by Ike lieutenant-governor- with ihe slluallou and to make i act is to means whereby such in-couucil. After such approval hai I municipalities may be assisted lo been given the municipality I nlapo their rnuuiclpAlilT en a financial 1 carrjr out all Ihe provisions of such recorumenda-' such rearrangements us may be cou- ntered advisable b'y WiX or oLherwIee. BD that these towns can their liabilities uml that the fooling which iv'ill enable them lo carry i recoujuiendation. If !on basinet and msei their piy-liiim provides (or the Issuing of new bondholders al the same time may be I minis. X debentures It is In order'.'or such de- j orotccteil. U Is understood thnt tho Provision is made by the above lenturcs 10 (orthwllh by coniiulsslou.miy not Uolo any acr whereby one or more conimisslm-; tn6 municipality. auJ sucli debentUR'i j sittings until vacation. bcfins: fery vay'nni.iviiJi-] the I'.rst of Juil'. hut (he cllies ;md may be appointed !o deal with tha I be valid in covered by this act. Such corn- 1 Etdiidlnc anv staiuiory requirement, a 1 pMlricilori or limitation which 'would j -beeu arp'icable Lhc vt ihe saM nci.- Upon tbo recommendation of Hon. misstonprs have power to t tbe finanu'al condlilons of any ruuiil- clpalily on receipt to do so 1 from .the municipality or trom Iks i i holders ot oae-tourtli in value of the f I amouQi of the beaded Indebtedness of i the municipality. Tho.T have power 'to iavesttgatc all matters relaiing LO ;the indebtedness of the muDic-pallty, i whether such mdebtedaess hils. been j by Issue of debentures or! i oihtrivlse. When making au'lnveslt- cation iho comuitssioncrs ivill Issue notices lo of the bondholders nnd other creditors, also to any class or of ratepayers j who ihcy ibint it proper 10 be repre- ated, lo appear before thtm. and (owns ItRt inako application Lo directed, to Ib'clr material iti sliaiie. ID classlTy their Indebtedness, so lhat I itc applications bo rauiJlv cecdcd when thci tlalci are ft Message to the Young lien of Canada .Canada needs Trained Men and Women f Whatever be the (ask confronting the nation, in war or peace, Canada is always in peril of failure so long as Ihc young -people of.the country are economically unfitted for their tasks....'___ 'Never .were opportunities so great. Thousands of gopd-paying positrons arc waiting in every field deavor for men and women trained lo fill offices, stores, shops, on Ihc all lines of technical, commercial, and agri- cultural work. .For. over 26 years the International Correspondence Schools have been training Canadians. Thousands have been helped to bigger careers through the I. C.S. plan.., G500 are getting ready right now. Many of the largest employers in the country are interested in the work of the 1. C.' S. in Canada, and, at request, are being informed regularly concerning the progress of-I. C. S. students among they- employees. You can win success with the aid of the I, C-. S, j. F. Winnipeg, climbed from a a month job to a a year income as a Contractor. Wni. T. Gritfillis advanced from .carpenter lo Supcrinten- dent pf-Coristrnclioii for l.yall anil Sons, Ollawu. E: H.Moiiro, Chief Engi- I ratepayers. they shall make a reconi- ''1 'Th. j vrholhEiiit will prov 1 richly laUen larquc is now ny sea of labor, to bo nn.argbsy ilh good things" period of tno principal or any portion of Ihe outstanding debt. They also have power to reeoramand that tno keeplns-up of a sinking fund (o lafce care of debentures issued on the slnk- PARIS, ,'mno Press) _fhe.attitude of Ihe French eovern- ,t-loward the movemenl for a nhcni'th republic Is a one, ac- cording a today by a rentier officer.'. '-'The' Altitude of the "rencli goveruiu'ent lowafd the inani- the' authority "is the jams as the attiludo of tho other al led governments. SDK fund plan br postp-aned for a time, The fpllovring statement was Issued last night by tlie prcs? commlllee: Toe delegates to ihe One B'g Union conference have been in session In IhiB clly from "June preparing Luc ma- -FOR SALE BY J. D" HIGINBOTHAH 4 CO., LTD. or" that the amount "to ie set aside constitution necessarr year (or suchVund b.e. reduced, cliln.rr for the new _ pnacliaU debentures are payable In payments of blended principal and interest, they may recommend tha( the? be converted into debentures The referendum vote !u western Canada on Ihe r.'uestion of tlie 0-I1-U. carried, ty an overwhelming vole. rom Pori-Arthur, OnL, to Victoria Build Now! Time, opportunity and beckon you to build 'now. Promote the home beautiful and city beautiful plan, start local activities in trade, employ labor the reluming soldiers looking (or occupation. It's ihe patriotic thing to the sensible thing to the profitable thing a little bit shabby, it has halted fault of ours. we gel busy then the fault will be ours; It's up to you Smoke "Player's Navy Cut" Cigsrcltes wrapped In Tin Foil. ncer of the Dominion Tex-. tile ..Inlndreds of Canada's Fore-. rnoitengincers.BdverlisiriK maniEcrSi draftsmen, elec- tricians, nnd chemists pre- pared for jiromolion in spare time through 1. C. S. courses. The I.C.S. can help you, no maHer where you live, what hours you work, or how little your schooling. Mark and mail the cou- will not obli- gate you in. Ihe least lint will give us an opportunity to show you how lo pre- pare for a successful career. UTEHHATIONtL CORRESPOHuEHCE SCHOOtS rlBfeablciiivukl.- IADVEB1UISC.MAN Wril.r Oshawu V.-111' spendi on pavements and'sidewalks this year. LOCAL REP.: W. DUGU1D, 933 7TH ST. SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, I7IR. to do. Our somewhat in rws', if we do town -has grown ils _ progress. No progress, investors and home builders. The need is great for new homes. Put money in circulation, employ labor. It will make our town prosperous, enterprising, ac- tive, progressive and relunvto the investor remarkable dividends, P. LUND SON WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN LUMBER IjyrH, SHINGLES, MOULDINGS LUMBER, BUILDERS' SUPPLIES of all kinds Head Office and Distributing 3rd Avenue and 17th Street S., I.etkbridge. Branch Yards at Macleod, Coaldale, Chin and Barnwell. Af these points we handle Fencing Material, Hardware and Farm Implements. Consult Us Regarding Prices, Plans, Etc. Box 189, or Phone 516, Ltlhbridge was Pro DC the vole. -In favor of the O.U.U was asaSnpl, Is the cloal hundred .and ninety unions voted in favor, and M unions The total membership of the Is about .Most of tho Winnipeg vote is lied up i the matU and Consequently Is uoi jicluded in these'.' figures. When it. becomes availably it will coyisiderably ncrease the o( the favorahlo volo, as praclicaily all tire TS'lnnlrcg uuions voled In favor of Ihe 0.13.V. Tho conference that has Just con- cluded Its sessions tiaa. completed the) constitution that willhe referred to] the mem'nersh'p for their approval, j The neit convention will be held in' Octoher neit when any proposed amendments -will come up !or con- sideration. The conference has made provision for recall ot officers lhat Is ef- fective anil rapid in action than any oiher system tbat h, known, She con- ference desiring to hnlld up or- ganization that wil! al all limes re fleet lue desires ot Ihe rank and lllc. Membership will be open to. any and all wage workers irrespective of ;e creed or color. Tie maximum Initiative fee -will bo] tl. and 'a common membership card will be Issued. This will allow any worker who may Ihrongh lorco ot c'.rcumslarkes ue compelled lo change his calling Iransferrlns from one unit lo another without having to face tbo alrnost impossibls problem of find- ing a huge Initiation fee In 'Order to taXe his place u an organized worker at another trade. Host ot Ihe delegates will leave lor home this rr.arnlnK .and the rest .1 little later In the clay- The eiecutlve that was elected at the western conference In March were c-elcclcd unanimously and consists of Ihc following: A. 1'ritchanl. chairman, Van couver; V. -R. Mldgley, Eecretarj Vancouver; Ii. .1. Johns, Winnipeg 3. II. Knight, Edmonton; J., Naylor Vancouver Island. They will holt] o flee until the noil convention In Oc tober. llesular conventions will 1) held every six months. WILL TRY FREIGHT BOTH WAYS NEW YOHK, June mammoHi Hrlllsli dirigible H-H ach cduled lo beain a flight from'-Knglanil to the Untied Slalea hy way of New- foundland about June 20, probably will atlompl a return cruise if tho west- ward voyage Ii nuccpsstnl, 'Ilrlllih avinlfon ofnclnla connected wllli the venture declared on lh.clr arrival here loday. V BRADY LOOKS'LIKE OOIF TOURNEY NEWTON. Maaj., June Hrarlv. Ihc Oakley -prolesiloi- al, turned In a card ol 73 In tho ff ro'unci of 18 In Ihc National Open OoK Cham- ff pionaiiip plsy Tn'lnv. msklne his total for tho holes Mi. Jt Barring an uneipcclet] reversal nl form In Ihe afternoon round, his chance, of winning Ihe tour- ff namcnt was r-orialdercd excel- lent. Sweet as a Smile A smile of satislac- from radiant yoiithand wearers of clothes washed with Sun- light because the garments cleansed with Sunlight Soap retain nil the "charm of ihejr the. preservation of fabrics in their original freshness and smarl appearance. No other Laundry Soap in Canada is so pure as ;