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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCH THE LETHBllinCiK OAILY HKHAUJ PAGE Needs Pointed Out Hy AUwvlansj Vorm ManUoba j liranch of Organization j i MlltlUS- The iiini' I JIH: lislor.' Hrown of Koli. Jastic meeting u' the of Trado ul on jiilon of Die Wostf I'oloni-ation cif the (he i'v H. Jennings of Ktl luoaluit. Dr. A. O. Macrae o! IMlpary imil llric.-Ucn. 11. McDonald .1! Calgary. Tlie vas urgently need- to supplement liie aji'licios ;u prc- KMII at Tlie audieuce t-isted of Winnipeg'.: -.non represi'iila- live business men auJ at rhe close of the meeting jttssed a re- solution fnslruftiiig the Western De- velopment Bureau of the board ot i trade to proceed actively with tlie JOHN CARTV, M.P.P. i V.F.O. mender for South Renfrew., creation of the Manitoba branch of the association. Several prominent local speakers emphasized tho need for immediate action and pledgtd support to the movement sucVess In .Manitoba is now natural, j mcnl of fcieign purchases made ill- Mayor reviewed the prelimlu- rec-t by the government. To Russian ary steps of the organization anil citizens they will be paid out by the nuoted interesting figures which show- stale only in exchange for commoilU- ed the? disappointing results ot our i ies of practical value. Such citizens immigration for tho patl ten years as deliver goods .will Ihsti be allowed to trade directly with foreigners, us- STRIKE RIOTS IN MILAN MILAN, March a result of a cotlltlun between n crowd and the police Kere yeiterday. In which the officers fired on the mob and two civilians were mortally wounded, a general strike was de- clared at midnight. Work was JAP PRINCE-TO suspended throughout the city to- day. The clash occurred in con- nection with a meeting of demob- ilized troops. The police fired when a'.sries were thrown from the crowd. The two wounded men died during the night. STUDY IN FRANCE TOKIO. March Imperial prince Is to take, u Iwo yearn' courea of study at Iho FroucU military school at SI. Oyr. ilo will leave for Franco In April. latinum Hacked Notes Will lie] I'sed to I'iiy For Foreign Goods LONDON. March 1........Tho llustlan ItiilsUcviki commissary ot finance, M. Krfstliisky. has publi-.bD-J a RUtemeiU to expected foreign trade accotillng to mi Kx- ihsnijo Telegraph dispatch from ller- The tfoviol will Hsue B type ot credit note in denomin- ations of 100. 50') aiui rollblcji. lacKol by reserves ot pluttjium of the] value of uT'SOfl.OW gold roubles. Tlie will be, limited to I roubles and the government will bej ready on call to convert them into plat- inum coins. I'laiinum notes will be used In yiy- CAPTAIN MARSHALL CHICAGO. Heir to tlic JlSO.OOt'.OW field estate, applied for a nililiou dollar lifo insur- ance policy, inaiie tbe application through two former ''buddlas" who served with him in France and. who are now insurance ageuts, ospeejatly in regard to the from Panada to the I'nlletl Stalea, ht> ROBUST CHILDREN A child should not look pale, thin or worn. denotes malnutrition. To keep up growth and robust- ness a child needs a plenitude of food rich in vitamins. SCOTTS EMULSION abundant in growth-promoting properties, is an ideal supple- mental food that could well be a part of the diet of every growing child. Children alwnya do well on Emulsion. that Ihe problem was one which needed more thati merely gov-j eminent actimi and that- it is Hal that the business men themselves! take the initiative, ilc assured Ills', hearers thai with .Heart, and Xtrve Pilln in tlie bouse." Prke 50c a box at fill dealers or iiudi-.t! on receipt of pile'.- 1-y Tin- T. Mlllnmi Co.. Out. '-A'lvcrriaoiiK'nl. I liy (hit Qnebeu government. Hon. Alti- David, proviucliil acfrotury. nn- noiincea that tho government will name n Jury Vhozs task It wl.ll bo to visit the iiuniiii! cihibitlons of ian etc.. umJ elioosn some example of Ciimitlliin genius CHI ,-lnj snvs she feels' rested ntiil re-i licsiied !ti the muniinc. Klie lias (jain-i od in weight rmtl with every she has 'aken ;jnd is more 111; Ibaii sho beeji in years.' "VVe Loth aro more tban pleaEfni with m liifi gooil results hns received from Tnnlac." Tan lac sold Prinee Jsland nitiropid Llohu i- Co.; in Coji I hciiiilj from ;i palo. :nany barns lie- by Diainrjtirl Drnp Stationary I inij blown ovpr. biiililiupa unroofod j Store, nrnl in Wiinirr hy N. and fin'l cnnln killerj. j rick, behalf of Ihe government. WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF VICTOR RECORDS IN ..SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WILLIS PIANO STORE OF CANADA'S BEST 707 Third Ave. South (Hull Block) Phone 662 ;