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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. MARCH THE LRTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE OTTAWA, ilarch Caiudlau the house of commons t lilt afternoon Jlois. X. W. H'jwell of tho present year would see that uatioa unlled with tho reel ot the na- tions trying to lecurv permanent :md UUUgl iul.. tho ptme treaty willi Bulgaria peace (or llic war-weary world. between Ihe aiUeu accl Keferrine to Ihu leajuc u( nation. i and tho Herbs, Croa'.s :md Biovenos. rlist reading was given to a bill, introduced by Mr. llowell, to amend Royal Canadian Mounted rollce year Ihe act passed pfo- for amalgamation o! IUL- Do- minion p-jllce "will! the Norlliwcst Mounted rollcc. That amalgamntion has now been larrlod into effect. Uul wllh the TU-ket ol Leave Act, there me cerlaln ilink'3 in tbe commissioner of Duiclnion police.' The present bill lirojioses lo Iratiifer thoso duties to liio fommisflolier of tlie Royal Cana- dian Mounted Police. Further clauses lu lliu bill nmko H slight change in I again, he said it was unnecessary provoke a discussion on tho status ot Canada. Why Did RobBon Rwlgn? OTTAWA, March Cauadiau Press.) lioloro Iho orders ot tho day wura called In Iho liouse o! commons this iifu-rnoou. diaries Murphy asked I acting Prime minister It It was, f alu ii'.lemk-d to give tho house an ex- planation of she resignation of Judge HubBon' from tho board of commerce and vvnen this explanation would be forth coining. Sir Geortse Boater replied: papers will be tabled in due Crerar En House NERVES ALL GONE 19 PIECES "Fnilt-a-tlws" Conquered Nenoos Prostration "In Iho yeir 1310, I had fffnout froslralifn In Us worst form; droppingfrom ITOto llopoaads. The doctors had no hope cf my recovery t and every medicine I tried proved until a friend induced me to 1 began to mend almost at once, end never had such yowl health as I have enjoyed the past eight lam never without in ike J AS. S. DELGATY. Wo. a trial size 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid by 1'niit-a-liTes Limited, Ottawa. that two delegates, one of these trom the west, should bo sent Immediately to the coast wllh. full powers to act on behalf ot the Dominion association wllh a to setting a unity entry from llrlllsh Colombia and Alberta. Vote of For High-Hand- erf Recon- ciliation W1NMPEG, Feb. under- current of with recent actions ot tho Dominion Football As- sociation ivas evidenced at special meeting of tho Manitoba branch held hero last uight. and it gathered SENDING (UTTER TO i ENGLAND POST SASKATOON', Sask., Mar. l.-flut- ter is being sent through tho Saska- toon pot office In falrfy large quanti- ties lo England. This traffic ha: (rowu throughout Canada lu a zurpriilni manner, and has taken such a place In the parcel post business tho postal authorities la havo It sued regulations Instructing the pub He that butter must be packed. ALBERTA IS AFTER Ihe Dominion parliament for a BANK OF ITS OWN ter to such a bank, and It 13 expected. that a favorable reception will be glv- "77 i. en it. that the charter be granted, EDMONTON', Alts, March 1.- To thal bank bo tu put Alberta on the flnanc al map of businefs in probably sit moutlis' Canada, with a bank of Its oirn that .j1 shall bo a recognized provincial in-, tltutlon, ia the object o! a movement' ow afoot (or the organization of tho George V. Chown. sccrotary-trea- Jank of Alberta. N'ollfo has besn surer ot Queen's university, made Iven that an application will be JiO.OOD for thi. university by reason made at tho approaching session ot of tho eichaiige rates on money. MUCH ARAILE LAND IN WEST AVAILABLE EDMONTON. Alia.. March Twenty million acres of good arable OTTAWA. .March Canadian pensions provision of tlio alt resenl ression ______ _, Privileges and mem-! Shandro, Crawford, Lowery, Darker beisj Hon. J. H. lioyle, Hon. A.1' J. j.McAdams. McKinney. (Mrs. McLean, lion. W. Gurleiiy, Muulcliial members) Tobin. SkoljLng. Eaton, Mc.N'aitghtoii, Ebhett, Ewiug, lllow, Lundy, lioss. llailway members) lion. Charles Stewart, Hon. C. II, Mit- thell, Hon. .1. H. Uoylc. Hon. Duncan Marshall, Hon. J. McLean, Hon. Hon. A. C. Mac-Kay, Hon. Dnnea Marshall. Hon. C. R. Mitchell, Hoi Ceo. P. Kmith, Hon. J. !i. Doyle, Hon J. McLean, Hon. J. L. Cole, Hoi W. Gariepy, Hon. C. Cross, an Messrs. Montgomery, M> Callum. I'rudden, Eubetl, Davidson PILLS Ceo. P. Smith, lion. A. G. MacKay, Hon. .1. U Cote. Hon. C. S. Plnn'.r, Alkins. line, Walker, Skcldihg, snrd, Turgenn, Shandro, Woolf, Clae'z, Blow, Crawford, lion. C. W. Cross, Hon. W. Stanley, Spencer. Hudson, Bar- Messrs. Turgeoti, Coll. livery, Itoss, Blow, Davidson, Woolf, Slatu, Wilson, I Atkins, llamsey, Bwins. Crawford, Davis, Ea'.on, Stanley, Morke- berg. CSilmour, Darker. Tobin. Stew- urt, McNaughtoii. Spencer, Skelding, Weir, Ifoadley, Rae, Mc- Donald, Kemmls. Cunningham. Giietz. Campbell, Uoudrcaii, Lcssnril, Prud- den, l.nndy, McCallum. Kbbelt. Walk- er. Hudson, Ixiffingwell, Montgomery. Shandro, Mooro, Daw.son, MacAdams, McKinney, (Mrs.) 1 Miscellaneous and Private J (21 Hon. J. It. Boyle, Hon. in lime used consistently. Ordi- nary dentifrices cnnnot do this. For- linn's keeps the gumshard and healthy tcclh vfhUe, and clean. Start us- ing it today. It gum-shrinkage has set in, use Forhan's according to directions and consult a dentist immediately for special treatment. 35c nnri 60c tubes in Canada and U. S. If yon- druggist cannot supply cend'tq IK direct and we vill mail tube pOSApsifl. FOKllAN'S. LTD., Montreal her, Kninscy, Gilmour. Pearson, HOSF, MacAdams, McKinney, (Mis.) Legal C. It. Mitchell, Hon. J. It. lioylej Hon. A. 0. MacKay, lion. C. W. Cross, Hon. W. Utiriejiy, Messrs. Turgeon. (chair- Kb'bcll. State, liwing, Lundy. l.owery, Hudson, Wilson. Agriculture anil Hon. Charles Stewart, Hon. C. H. Mitchell. Hon. .1. It. lloylu, Hon. Dimcim Marshall. Hon. A. J. Me- Lean. Hon. Ceo. P. Smith, Hon. A. It. MarKay, Hon. J. Hon. C. S. I'lngle. Hon. C. W. Cross. Hon. W. Gariepy, Messrs. (cl'.nir- A. MacKay, Hon. C. W. Cross, jjjrjoll. l-owery, Ross, Blow, Messrs. Kbbett. oavidson. Wooir, Slate, THE GUMS ffngwell, Atkins, Woolf, Lessnrd, Bond roan, Turgcou, tlaelz, llae. tovidson, Stale, Mc-rkenberg, Oarlcpy, I Stewart. Ramsey, Stanley, Campbell, Cunningham, Weir. Standing; lion. A. J. Mai.can. Hon. George Smith, Messrs. McCallum, (chair- Tobin, Kliandro, Morkchorg, Hue, l.nndy, Kcinmls, Gilmour, Davis. Public (3S mcmburs) Ilou. C. II. Mitchell, Hon. J. It. Boyle, Hon. A. O. MacKay, Hon. J. Cole. Messrs, Hal- on, (Jariepy, McNaughlon. Uoinlrt-au. I.cffiiiswell, Alkins, 1'rmldcn, Woolf, Mnrkubcrr. McCallum, Mont- gomery, Shitmlro, Skelding, Rae, Gacu, McColl, Hoaillcy, living. Camii- boll, Crawford. Blow, Davits, Oilmour, I.undy, Wilson, llnmsey, Ciinuinglnim, Unrkcr, Pearson, Weir, Moore. McKlnney, (Mrs.) Hon. C. A'ilson, lAlklns, Ilanfecy, Ewlng, Craw- ford, Oavis, Knlon, Stanley, .Morkeherg. Otlmour, Barker, Tobin, Stewart, McNaughlon, Spencer, Skelding, Weir, Iloadley, Itac, McDoiv aid, Kemrais. Cunningham. Gaetz, Campbell, Iloudrdaii. l.ejsnrd. Prud den, Lundy, McCallum, Ebhetl, Walk- er, Hudson. Turgcon, Montgomery, Shandro, Moore, Pearson, MacAdaiOo, McKinney, (Mrs.) AMERICANS PLAN TOUR EDMONTON TO THE ARCTIC EDMONTON. Alia.. March nil editorial Tlie Journal says: "The Journal 'jOinc weeks ago referred (o the appearance in the Now York dailies of fidvcrti-emcnts announcing that tho Iiainspn-llitbbard company was pro- Mired lo lake tourisls through from Kdmonton to Iho Arctic. Thla Edmon- ton dream of long standing is to bo realized during the coining summer, I We aro informed lhat tlio cumpany already received 200 enquiries 'from1 Americans who arc anxious lo make Ihe trip. Only one Canadian has npplled for Information. It is proposed lo leave Edmonton for Fort Mci'tiiM-aon on .luno 20, the dale lor Ihe return lo this city being August I. Tim roulo via Peace Wver will be adopted." Kneeling before tho altar of Trin- ily Church. N'cw York. Maud Han- ilolpli. 33, iillumpled suicide by drink- ins poison. She will recover. Showing all the new ideas in Gainsboro and other Hats. andfollowipgday The Forecast of and following days Suggesting the season's smartest cre- ations of Quality, Exclusiveness and1 Fashion Supreme. Your Inspection Invited 309 "6th Street South Economical In your soap, punlj only desirable but absolute necessity want your clothes Sunlight Stiff h nhl or adulur kind: i tvsihes clothes with and leer of tlie wnali In-Ill LIIVHR I1HOTIIP.H3 I.1M1TKI TonONTO MILLINERY (OPENING To-morrow and following days, featuring the GAGE HAT. JAS. 0, DROWN, M.P.P. U.I-'.O. ivi' Xortli Middlcscs WE INVITE ALL LA LIES MISS TILNEY UND FIXJOll, HOYAL HANK BI.UQ., THIRD AVE. K. Spring Millinery Opening Tuesday, and A complete showing ot Ihe newest spring modes. Your inspection 604 Third Ave. S. Phone 1850 ;