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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE-17; 1920 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY. HERALD PAGE NINE BILL JWji EXPfSBRO'IlS Sir Robert Bordcn introduces dommilfee to Consider 16, to the Tnfaducliorj of an act to- give power to regulate any pro- call for such re- fmroduc'ed In the house it by RoherJ Borden at proceedings loda> 3" J The prllie minister explained Uiat itronfe had madi, Ibat hi thj'lntetests of the Canadian public necessary to re ilrlet articles of eral co.iEumpllos as sugar coal am aowsprict papw He asked parliament Lpostppnatha usual discussion of !he jo be foi- the moment tt wou'rf he referred lo a select commit leo of parliament, which Tvould proh Bbly have some to make and tisc the bill could be debated house IB i JacaueB. pcreau. Three Rivers, objected. Most people considered the restric- tions of -exports as Why such an act as this necessary, outside of war-time, would require a treat deal of explanation. Tlic govern- meat should not be given power re- strict, which. Were.necessary In the1 face of Kdreree trade balance. Sir Rorjsrt ho hoped the select cc-mmllUa'wcruld ilnd sonic way ol meeting the emergency which tjad calkd forth tfio bill which would take out of the hands of the govern monl and -n ould take- care of the cm ergencj which had arisen He con tin ued that. In tie matter newsprint only two per cent, of the present ei port Jrorn .Canada -was required to the Deeds of 'ii newspapers m Canada, .would hite lo discon- tinue publkatlon unless they-could let paper Hon W B. Fielding approved the prime mlurster's suggestion of post posing discussion B-ery raembrf would glad of an opportunity of reflecting on such an Important ure. Some Opposition From Dissent- ing Director's Over Promo- tion of Company. LONDON, June, As sociated regard to objec- tions formulated by Mark Workman, concerning the promotion Of the Brit- ish .Empire Sleel Corporation, Sir Newton Moore, another member of the London advisory committee o! the I Dominion Steel Corp.oYatiou, :told the Canadian Press yesterday thsl hp. was aware that there was some opposition to holding R meeting on June 18, but apparently It had been postponed (rcm June 12 to June 18 to allow protests made by certain dissenting directors being placid before shareholders. Sir Newton said that he understood that the questton ol merger proposals would nft te discussed at this time but proceedings would be confined to ordinary business, j "Mr. Workman's remarks continued Sir Nojitcn, "are somewba't at variance" with'kls. previous written public statements in whtcri he expressed himself most enthusiastic in Vtgard to its' proposals and Ws re- grel thiaTtbeie was'hot that unanlra- Sty Members ot'th'e syndicate here are quite satisfied that tho directors of the Dominion Corporation will safeguard all mvertBls and that no company will Included in the or- ganization without the fullest Infor- mation boles those interested. British Einplra Steel company has not committed ilselt to any ol the minor companies which are at'lU subject to negotiation and important concessions been or- dered. "Unless .further.' concessions aro made some of these companies may he left but; This, I, understand." CQO- cluded Sir Newion has been clearly stated In the presidents notice to shareholders.' IREAlYLIKEiy BETTER DEAD Life is n-trardcn when the body is racked with pain Everything worries the victim becomes despondenj downhearted. fa sunshine take COLDMEDAL LE Tb> nodonil remedy of Holland for 200 yMraj It ri in enemy Of all paina riv and unc KM All a bent. On Face. Large, Red, Inflamed, Sleep. CuttcuraHealst "Pusplefl began to appear on ffty Face. wire acatttted over ,y_ IcquMnothelpocratch ift Ing tljem, and I was a t rlght- I was ashamed k f to go araifflg people. At nlgSlnry fawwas BO Inflamed and loss ol tlsep raiJled., "luaei CntiijUra Solp and Oint- rneit, and uilng four cakes ol Cuticura Sc4p- and two boxes Olnlment I wU (Signed) Iliac BeivWnlste, 705 3d Ave. Pievtrft fuVber Ucuble by oalng Cullaua for jM toUet puippsea. IS JS6c..Sold UieDtaimloh. ........II.PkalSL, without Turk Grand Vizier Protests-: Russian Troops Oc- cupy. Bat urn. LONDON, Juna it Is the Intention of the allies to withdraw the Turkish "draft treaty, is institution whose purpose and policyjs- assist in '.the jWJ se direction of the ;financi al and business interests of its customers.' Those who make full use of except- tional facilities provided by this Bank extend the range of thfeir business THE CANADIAN OFCOMMERGE PAID-UP CAPITAL FUND A Meeting COALDALE WATF-R USERS' ASSOCIATION 'will lie held In tho School at Coaldale in connection with the caltlo dipping mcotingiheld ON SATURDAY EVENING. DO NQT FAIL TO ATTEND f ANCHOR ;Anc1ibr Do na I d so n I PROPOSED- SAILINGS NEW QUEENSTOWN >.ND LIVERPOOL Carp'nia ..June 26 K.A Vic. Ju v 17 Caronia ..July 24 K.A Vic Aug H NEW, CHERBOURG SOllTHAMPTON Mauretania July 1 imperatcr July 15 Aqiiilnnia July 31 Jlaliretanli i Irnperatdr.Xiig. 12 AquiUnla Aug 2S NEW PLYMOUTH, CHER- BOURG AND SOUTHAMPTON Royal .George Jiine25 NEW GLASGOW Cnlumhia July ..July 3 1. Sept. 25 GLASGOW Cassandra July S Salurnia Cassandra Aug. 7 Saturnia ..Auj. 21 r BRISTOL Valencia July 4 ll'or full information apply lo.ahy R. H. or S.'S. AgfoU, or Compariy 9 oftics SCOTT: BLOCK, 270 Winnlpeg> 6 per cent Interest GOLD BONDS the Province of Alberta Offers illTo (hose desiring a safe Investment 'at a high ratei of, interest, a new Bond hsuo paying 6% ..Interest. '_' ffTlicse lire Icn-year Gold Bonds May 1st, ,19M, and ilay 1st, 1930, with 'Interest payable May lei and Novombor 1st. J 'fjBonrls arc of 5100, and Ccneral-Rcvcnuc and nil tho assc-ls of Ihe rravtncb arc behind this investment. may purchase these Bonds sltrecl-frora Ihe Department of the Provincial Treasurer, with- out commission of any kind or unnecessary delay in ifulivCry. .rjThts offering is intended tho' henetll of the small investor, so that ihe industrious and thrifty, ho tic farmer, flr profes- sional man, may h'S by mall