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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE VFIK DAILY Al.'l PERSECUTION OF JEWS IN HUNGARY CONTINUES; FRIDAY, JUNlviS, LONDON, Juno Uoytl replysus 'lucsilou in' ihe house of cimmions regarding ifte re- ported I'fiSfcui'Uii of Ji'ws it ml Cuui tunnies in said thai thr representatives hud wirettJhat "tondilioiii' are not iniprcviiiR and if anything. Are ceiling morse." The premier added thai the British hid this to the ait out ion of i lie poveni- K. D. Sutherland Has No lu' wouia Answer I j-err.Ii n u cu'.iiyilssioiier (o' ID mvfj-tiga'.e. ihe premier rpplieil: "J sliiifi slaJ to consider itt.Tt. Oar iu Hungary f- cry disturbed ithou! [lie action ol ilif tiiere and he- had fo us on ihe -u'jj'r't--' ire arc Riviufi him jtirdtng the iiedo'ia- f iions wpfirj dlsctJsWd." f U ii definite arwoge- Inixrte. Is believed this will depend ion result oL-vl Iple- graphic" eiLclianeeB with Moscow cu 1 points brought Lloyd George's StaUment LONDON, June IS.- In the bouse ot plaints in Evidence Before Committee. OTTAWA. June hU persona! iuveitigiiiou. b> Rovtrnnieut lo in cvi'unoed tiiui that th? CauRiJian pay Mippcn we and record overseas was lioius; sp.tisfactui'y 'A'ork. -wa.1! the stafemem ol K. Sutherland, auditor general. before tbs1 publiv IUTOMUI-; commntee toduy. Vouchers for all overseas iimntR wrre. lie believed, all in Onaiva now nntl Lad checkihl orer in j I.flndon before belns sent Wit-i ne.'a rrotes! hart of ihe supreme received from The. i-uu-.uf; fiir tin- first linif yc-stcfday j I'niipJ Stales gcvciumfin. ie siid, ;iflK-uoi-u. Tin- ciutV.-i'Uie! acCurd-1 bail hesu kept vt the pro-1 _ inj to an official ft.iU'incn; Issued of lhf> couversaiiuus autf liau S :erminatiou. las-.til tri Liidutes.'j named an to part in tbc) Crfat ttriiiin. KiMticr. IlalyFand eiecullve discussions. cium were represented. j Tbi- stalemrul indicates MANY DIVORCE BILLS tiatious with the ,Bolshevik emissary! are moving slowly, (or it merely re-i OTTAWA. Juuc IS; Ca ilerales in sanic terms as.the brief i rnore divorce bills were' statemeni troni (121.640.01G.63 pay aoO other es-1 pensw of the Canadian Piipetlitionai-y i Force overseas. Witness. aiisweriiiK, quesllons. said the vonmry J would suiter no !oss ileJaU-a-1 tTons by because the men1 were bonded and -uaraniy companies j had made SUCK! many IOSSM, I to Joseph Arvhainbault, witness wculd not M-Hh'his: pre-j dcceseor's opinion or criUcisni of Canadian pay "and record stnfl over-: BBSS. Witness focnd Ihe heads of de- pariments They were responsible for subordin- ste staffs; He reported his findings to his predecessor, who appeared to be satisfied. In any erent. his prede- cessor ordered no changes. After w5al he called a desultory moruipp's wort. W. A. BOJR it impossible to Rpt 10 (he bottom r.f tie matter unless Ihe Toueber.1; al- ready checked over in England, were reaudlted here- "If any member wauls to; put the country to him move lor it." he atfdeO. It would involve over twi) years' work. further stated, In reply lo D. D. McKenzie. (hat there .were detailed statements of all dis- bursements from the irre- spective .of vouchers. (It was not to examine voiicherfi He Ihe more "than was Foldiers' pay. L the men n'ould hare n howl if' (here had been flnrlhing wrong." t k- committee adjourned until to- when Brigadjer-General Ross of Montreal will tm Had-To Do With Newsprint Issue. OTTAWA, June "reading was giv- en In the house to ths bill which amende the 'Customs act, giving the govtrnor-in-council power to prohibit or restrict the expoVt of sny neceisary commodity from except under license, Inv merilately after the bill had been read a second time. Sir Robert Borden moved that It be referred to (pecial committee competed of himself, Hon. Martm Kon. J. A. Caiocr, Hon. T. A. Cre- rar, Sir Henry Drayton, Hon. W. S. Fielding, Hon. W. L. Macken- zie, Xing. Ernest Lapointe and R. K. Greene, Kootenay .______ street, (ol-! ayproveil of by Ihe toimnluec! lowijist .M. Krasshi's ilisciitsions j oa miscellaneous bills ibis morning LIuvJ CLKirfiy iiieiulicrs at Ihe rate ,ot-almost tme every two o" Uu-, cabinet nceks aso., tbal j The meeltus adjourned at "cenaiii yrelimiiiary iiuestions re-1 J1.20, buglnulug at-11 a.m. The (join- uiitlee.will lucot again Saturday and in order to dispose o! uli ihe divorce' tills still lo up. will have lo sit nearly every day ntxl week :iu order lo finish, the list before Saturday. Juno 26, prorogation lias been stiykeu of. ,l TIP DIDN'T WORK Msks gced stoves and Cooking utensils. Walter O. 'flve years old. of wiis killed motor bus. off lul when they armed here llu') found the- car ouiiny.' The 750 caf-ei United o( licjuor had beea unluaded durins th( States iirohibiliom officers sio ex rsslag regret- over tho loss ?75.0UO worth of whiskey. It was An auto Pa., plangeil tallied hi a tJir to a locut (Its- 100 ieei iircr an .embaiikmeut lo n trlbutlng.coinp.viy- under what'Is at- railroad traci. The car'vs'iis dtmul I lesed. lo have bqen.a. (rauilulciil ppr- isbed. but Ihe driver t mft, Milwaukee officers were tipped [few bruises, A: I'V of Takes This Action lo Meet Kell -Telephone Co. "Oppression." June Amer- 3'can KctJeration ot l-abort in its'an- convention here todav. ntithortset! a, nation-wide campaign lo organise all the telephone operators. VState federalionf', city cen.triil jfrs and Toluiueer organisers wilt late Ihe field at once to couipletelj union- ise, the entire telephone induitrr. :The convention's action de- clared necessary bccansa of the "op- jifessive ;iuti labor policy o[ the Bell Telephone company its as- sociated Reconalderrng ils Kiion o[ jestw day In araendinsf Iho (-onstituticnR to increase the membership of the ext- cntire council from 1J to 15, the ron- vention upon roll call, rejected the amendment by a vote of 23.037 to !3.- S41. This action pre-Ftnts tye election of four additional rlce-prelidents. The fourth Sunday -in May of 'each year was designated b.r (be conven- tion as labor's Memorial j day upon labor throughout the country will pay a tribute lo'thq mem- ory of its dead. The churches are aleo called upon to co-operate with labor in the observ- ance of Labor Sunday, the clay pre- ceding Labor Day. The national steel bead quarters at I'ittsbiirgh not be abandoned, it was announced today. Ihs activities of the head- quarters slalf will be lini.ited until a new national ccnimitTec'iV nrKanisc'l.' it will keep up proiiasimda aurt work among the steel workers. GALILEO'S HOUSE- AS A NATIONAL MONUMENT, IIO.MK, May :S. A I moYeineut nas been make i the bouse al called ".lcu-f-1." Trhc-re Ualilco lived In in a national mnnutuenj and ro rciiert; thcrt all Calilco Wnilr. iiali-j Jed lived at Arcetri tic was called to [Rome to answer a charsf. of hereby before Ihe innulsiti'on. On his return ho ttir-; 'dcfilh of his daughter who wa.s a mm. f parllculaf dictated, "dialogues of new which tie1 i-onsidercd was liis mnatf rpiece. It was there also Ihnl he [he Milton w.-ia iprescnted by Holland .wilfi if golden chain In aeUncnvlcdS'1- of sen-Ices to science. WEST INDIES AGREEMENT j OTTAWA. June 16.- The drall trade flgrccjjiiehla by tlicl .Canada-West' Indies conference are ftill under consideration' by llic-c.ilj Inct and it is consMbr'ert likely that Hie Dominion will sub- mit a number, of -amendments. The conference Is Av. to meet ligaln this nfternofin anjendfneirls' svg- fvtteil will le-'considered. STILL THE Refreshment Parlor :And better than ever deserving that reputation. You will always find complete assoitments oi the-Choicest fruits here, and the' wide variety of The Palace Confectionery, CORNER FOURTH AVENUE ANUFIFTH STREET SOUTH The Path to Health For .many thousands of women the Path to Health has certainly been -through Lydu E. Pinkhain's Vcq-- ctablc Compound. When this' great remedy first introduced, and for many years frowned upon its curative claims, as year after year has rolled by ami mile'group ot women who had bcdi'i cured by it has Since grown into a vast army of hundreds of and' skcpth. asm have been swept away as by a mighty tidal wave, until today this purely, vegetable medicine is as the greatest woman's special ills in tile, world. J Ins is oecausc it is a wonderful tonic and rccoiislruclor which acts directly and .favorably upon the feminine organization a specific for that purpose. Women in All Countries Depend Upon LPinkhafe Vegetable Compound FURNITURE FOR SUMMER COMFORT Sea Grass Chairs and Rockers Lawn Swing From, every standpoint lliis is the hcst -._ strongest low swing on tlio mariiut. It is nimlc fron'i ivell.Sjeasonurt hanhvuotl stock. Thfc soiila and backs are ajjustablc. ami tho foot Loiirl be placed between and level. with the Ihus fonnins. a, hammock, or. foetl.' The Toot board T; be, .placed- at -a -convenient height for: Our Sea Grass chairs: are, made on solid .inalacfja; cane- best selected'Sea'GraK-. Grass is'spuu with twine und Kitcrwoveir reed, an almost Mndestruc'i: !ble They ;are .practically. water arid are ivay b.v- to to Child's ftoeker. Child's Chan to Rattan. Chairs and Rockers to V. LAWN CHAIRS Adjusts !o four Hardwood frame Strong duck tised .'for seat, t'fn t'rk-c 4.5U FOLDING CARD.TABLES chitcjreii.'-. Covered with the besl quality green felt..Tuj) SOxSO; hcisht Mahogany finish- ed. Price ___................ !r6.25 nral. Frainc painlbJ red anil .'balance finished nr> CAMP COTS Price for Lawn 'AWNING with frame and -attachments' complete ____ Lawn Seats ..Folding Camp Col.'covered with SC'jncb iluck.. Length ivlien uiien C ft. 2 In. by SO in. Folds into small Bundle only 3 feet Inng. nr HAMMOCKS length feet.'The scnl-timl back alnti'aro scicwtt) llrtnly lo the siiiino.'tlng frame, n fn finished red and natural.............. A hanmiot-V on your verandah will 'pivc von Ihp and lomforl )on are looking for ,p, A A" these hot Priced up' froiD' r Just received another shipmcrit of Reed .Baby Carriages, .Strollers, Sulk- ies, Collapsible Gp-carls, Baby Walkers and Baby Swings. L.C. TEEPLE FURNITURE AND GROCERIES Dominion Block, 4th Avenue Phone 515; Lethbridgc I ;