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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSIUY, MAnCH 1. 1921 THE LETHBRIbuE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE Germans Suggest International Lou To That Country To Help Her Pay Reparations Demanded By Aies Would Pay Gold Marks in That Way, Keeping Up Interest and Sinking Fund Till Debt is Liquidated. LONDON', Mui'eii ol the German reparations delegation, in eitoct, said today Ger- many would pay marks subject to the various discounts and reductions and the sums already -A "busty examination by the French delegation of the written pro- posals of the Germans indicated that after the reductions Germany wquld pay about marks. (Ad vices to official circles in Washing- ton today said that Germany had sub- mitted to tho allied reparations com- mission a list of reparation payments made up to January 21 last amounting to gold or ap- proximately Premier Briand uU that Un pro go drawn that amounted to in offir tkat It illtos would ndruce Oernuy moatj OB tku Germany would pay GMIBUI figure that if tin capital nra ot about cull tbrpic m Liver V were taken uow, it would Amount to about 000 marks in 40 at 5 per cent. The difficulty, however, it Is pointed out in allied quarters, is for Germany to obtain marks without allies doing H largply for them, -which the allies regard as wholly in acceptable. Subject to The Gorman financial proposals, it was learned, were made subject to two First, that the pleb iacite in TJppjfer Silesia should result in favor of Germany; second, that Ger- many should have restored to her free commercial privileges through- out the world. Among the most important points in the proposals advanced by Dr. Simons were insistence that the total capital sum of Germany's obli- gations he definitely fixed and his representation that Germany was ex- pected to reach her maiimum capac- By tho Ihnr ictix by lu BSn Kidner-Liwr Pllk hauM Mn I... i yea hue no troubla from propose another arrangement shall ment of the y-- M..U i.w I.VUUIB num j propose finoiner I eonstipitwi, mlifKtlgn, ate. be entered into for payme pill dost. 25c. a box, all dulcn. I remainder within 30 years. Dr. Chases Dr. Simons said the difficulties which rendered the acceptance of the Paris reparation proposals impossible, were due to the fundamental contro- versy. involving on the one side, the raising of Germany's productive ef- forts to a maximum in order to en- Perils sf Neglect Digestive ailments are frequently neglected. People say a touch of it will go away." What begins as simple discomfort is allowed to become a chronic ailment 5 Never neglect the treat- ment pf digestive relieve disorders of stomach, and bowels, Beecham's Pills act promptly and usually overcome the difficulty. BEECHAM S PILLS Sold everywhere n Canada. In boxes, 25c., 50c. Largest Sale of any Medicine in the World Right Half or Half Right? you will be "All" right if you can make a good guess The Herald _ _____ if Football Competition Prize list jumps again this week from to her to moot her obligations anil, on other, the prevention of tier- eomrwtltion becoming a menace to Miut Surplui Exports Tho Purls proposals, coiiKnuoit tho Germnn spokesman, contemplated the paymunt of annuities of fi.OQO.OOO.OOO marks gold all worn agreed Hint only manner In which this amount could be paid was by a surplus of eiports. German exports de- clared, however, that in order to mcot these .innultle.s, the Ocrnmn exports would have to bo four times' as great M the annuities, and the forcing up of the Oerraan export trade to thus figure, he said, would constitute a serious menace to the rest of the world. Dr. reference lp the proposed ex- port tax of per cent was that it mutt either bo paid by the consumer If the prico could be forced up, or by German industry, which would there- by be weakened in its power to pete. The result would be that the crporto would decline. The German government, declared Dr. Simons, believed the Paris pro- posals were based on a too hasty con- ception of the condition of Gnrmnn Industry. Germany was now rtble export, he pointed out, because of the favorable; exchange rnto and the low cost of production and these condi- tions probably would not be lasting. Not Too Long Dr. Simons then asked that the payments be not spread over too Ions a period as the Germans might not be willing to work "if they saw their grandchildren and great-grandchildren too heavily saddled with debt." Dr. Simons asked for the fixing of the total capital sum, on which Ger- many would pay interest and provide a sinking sum in the usual way. He said that if the Paris annuities were discounted at 8 per cent, their values would be gold marks, but that there was a dispute over the payments already made. Suggests International Loan In order to make the German obli- gations available, Dr. Simons sug- gested an international loan, of which the interest and sinking fund would be paid by the Germans, the loan to total not more than marks in gold. However, as the world OJtO A daily of hot OXO gives energy, vitality against illness. Give Strength that the proposals made ccnnot be examined or dlacnswd." Still Hopeful Despite Mr. Lloyd George's blunt refusal ot the German terms, Dr. Simons and his fellow delegates have not lost all hope.' "It looks like a was the official statement given out in their behalf, "but we still are hopeful that after the allies have carefully perused our counter-proposals and documents they will find there is really some- thing in them to justify our decision that we have offered the maximum possible, arrived at aftor long con- sideration. They were the decisions of the cabinet, and while the dele- gates are prepared to discuss them, they are not empowered to change them." Asked whether the delegation was preparing to return to Berlin, the official making the statement replied: "No, we pwill await the allies' fur- ther consideration of Dr. Simons' statement, Mr. Lloyd George's rejec- tion was a casual one, arrived at after cursory consultations with a few con- ferees." U. S. CONTROVERSY OVER YAP SETTLED PARIS, March satis- faction to the claims advanced by the United States in its note to the coun- cil of thR League of Nations regard- ing the Japanese mandatory over the swer tr> the United States' protest has foreign have certain emption from taxation tries." This.- he conceded difficulties, but those could Will Try To Have Embargo Removed E Four in Price of Meat Too High is j Charge i l.ONDOX, Mar. As- will be held this wwk, takies place In Woolwich on Wednesday, in Dudley on Thursday, in Kirkcaltly on Friday and in on Saturday. Sir Arthur Boscowan, the new minis- ter of agriculture, whp has endured much heckling on account of the em- bargo against Canadian cattle, chief- i ly through the Daily Express, has modified his attitude to some extent. To a deputation representing the meat, trades, the minister admitted that the price of English meat was too high and promised to bring the j matter before the cabinet. I Tho election campaign in Woolwich j has been, marked by much rowdyism. Captain" Gee, V.C., the coalition can- didate, was injured in an outbreak! last week, but last night lie resumed his campaign escorted by hundreds of crippled ex-service men. of the main points of the coali- tion candidate's canvass is that he will keep the Woolwich arsenal in operation as a peace time establish- ment. In Dudley and Kirkcaldy, there is a straight fight between, the j coalition and laborites, and the labor men declare their candidates have a good chance in the first tjvo named. In Peniston there are two Liberals in the field, one representing the coalition Liberals and the other the independent Liberals with, a. labor candidate intervening. APPEALS LIBEL JUDOMINT March I was I'Dsorvnil yosli't'dciy in court ML review in tho CHHO in which Ilniiln. nilltor of Orolx, is t'rimi ilii' juilsinont ot win, ri'iuli'rncl ul, St. Hyucintha COB- ilumning iipiHillunt lo iwy J100 iii 'I'. mayor of for imhliahin; a atutemenl that HoiH'linri! -xtin a Hon. Manning Uolmriy. minist' i agriculture in thu govern- ninnt, who is leaving shortly for j land wliero he will endeavor tn have 1 the British government remove tho embargo on Canadian catilo. HULL POLICE DO NOT CONSIDER COCKING- MAIN SERIOUS OFFENSE! CATHOLIC .PRELATES OF ENEMY NATIONS TO PROMOTE AMITY come In view of the advantages to be gained by settling the question Thc ar vanced woul. reparations and -by the reduction of I the Caving of the islam under th conciliatory terms, says the Matin and the solu- tion oE tho problem suggested should, the newspaper declares, commend liemselves to the United States gov- ;ld armaments which, would result from Japanese mandate, hut would give con- the re-establishment of world peace. The situation of Germany will not allow her at present to pay more than one billion sold marks annually, Dr. trol of the International cable station there to the United States. Viscount Islni, the Japanese repre- sentative on the council is declared to Simons asserted, in addition to the I iave aP address yesterday dur- carrying of the proposed loan. At the j !n" wh'ch he asserted Japan was ready end of five years, he continued, it accept any compromise in the mat- be necessary for the allies toper- meet the Germans again in order to draw up a plan for mobilization of tho remainder of the Gerjnan debt. At the conclusion of the German foreign minister's statement, Mn Lloyd George replied in the name of the allies who, he said, were unanir mous. oij this point, that he did not think it necessary that the explana- tion of the.German experts should be read, as Dr. Simons had proposed, their memoranda could be studied later. He added he could not conceal from the German minister that tho proposals indicated a complete mis- Note Delivered PARIS, March reply of the council ot the League of Nations to the United States "note on the man- dates question was delivered to the United States embassy here at o'clock this afternoon. The'only definite information as to (lie contents of the note is that its tone is particularly friendly and that its general tenor is an invitation to the United States to continue the con- versation. A representative of the council con- 'erred with U.S. Ambassador Wallace ROME, March from, countries arrayed against each other; during the world warvhave been asked i by Pope Benedict to meet and thus j promote amity between nations. This i request gladly received by dinal Bourao, archbishop of westmin-' ster, who will meet. Monsignor Schulte, archbishop of Cologne, and; Monsignor von Faulhaber, archbishop; of Munich, who will receive the red hat at the coming consistory. Cardinal's Baggage Stolen i LONDON, March pieces of: Cardinal Bourne's baggage were stolen between Milan and Lake Como, says dispatch from the latter city to the! Daily Mail. The Italian police have searched for the missing articles vain- j ly, it is said. i OTTAWA, Mar. Recorder Dasjardins of (lie city of' Hull police court does not consider' cock light ins a serious offense, i cording to a statement made ycster-, day after he had irayqaed light lines! on 36 residents of Mull caught in a i cocking main on Sunday afternoon. "In view of the fact that Hull has, been engaged in endeavoring to cure the Dempsey-Carpentier flght here, I do not see how 1 could treat: this cock nght as a serious offense.; It is sport just the same as the other he saul. The police, when they raided the' premises on Notre Damo avenue, i found 13 live roosters and eight, dead; ones. The live birds were ordered by! the police to be sold and the proceeds, given to a local charity. TRADE MARK EXPUNGED OTTAWA, March in favor of the Billings and Spencer; company of Hartford, Conn., in their i trade mark suit against the Canadian Billings and Spencer company of; Brockville and the Canadian Foundry, and Forgings company was delivered yesterday by Mr. Justice Audet. The action was brought by the United States company on the ground that a1 trade mark used by it.' since LS71 had been registered in tho name ot the S Canadian company. court, or- j dered the Canadian registration punged. Let Cuticura Heal Your Skin In the treatment of all skin troubles bathe freely with Cuti- cura Soap and hot water, dry gently, and apply Cuticura Ointment to the affected parts. Do not fail to include the Cuticura Talcum in your toilet preparations. S..p25t- Sold ihrouEhouttheDormnion. Linilcd. 344 SI. P.i.1 SI., W M-.tt.J. SOUD ihavM without mat. .ppreherision of the situation, and this afternoon as to whether there that the allies already are agreed would be any objection to having the note made public. KIDNEY PIUS with a First Prize of Get In On It! ST. CHARLES EVAPORATED MILK Firesh. BRANTFORD MACHINISTS STRIKE WHEN WAGES ARE REDUCED 20 P. C. BRAXTFORD, Ont., Mar. Ma- chinists of the Dominion Steel Pro- ducts company struck here this morn- ing following a 20 per cent, cut in wages. The men claim, however, that they did not strike, hut were locked out. The corn puny has refusfjd to dis- cuss the question of a reduction in the scale- and locked them out. the men cinvm. M. M. MacHrid.o, M.L.A.. at a con- fercruT of the men, stated that a cut in was'-3 v.-jis in be expected but that such motlitttUi ;it.; the company had fol- lowed would be fought by labor. There's nothing like Zam-Buk for a skin that is itchy, in- fiamed or troublesome. Zam-lSuU's powerful antiseptic properties fict beyond the surface ex- pel disease from the underlying tissues. In cracked hands, ulcera- tion, eczema, poisoned wounds, abscesses, scalp sores, piles, etc., Zam-Buk is wonderfully effective also the safe speedy dealer for cuts, burns, scalds, sprains, etc. The Zam-Buk Co.. DupontSe., Toronto, invite all our readers to TEST ZAM-BUK FREE Forward Ic. 'stamp for postage, and provided you mention this paper, vou will receive a free SAMPLE llOX by return post. I have tested Zam-Buk personally, and used it for patients in a great number of always with the same satisfactory results. Experience proves beyond 'doubt that there's known to science that can compare with Zam-Buk for the treatment of skin troubles or injuries. u My advice to all sufferers from eczema or other skin trouble cleanse the affected parts thoroughly, then apply Zam-Buk freely and regularly. I am confident thlit this treatment will be found sufficient to overcome even the most stubborn cases." Miss f. Krmr, OLDS, ALBERTA. ELEVEN KILLED IN FLORENCE RIOTS and rich. yoTL want it. With the cream left in. FLORENCE, Italy, Mar. persons were killed and more than 100 wounded and 500 in con- nection with the disorders hers, which seem to have been the outcoino of a plot having rami- fications throughout Tuscany. The conspiracy has proved a failure, tlie authorities tj.-lieved, owing to the prompt, measures taken to suppress it and .the firm iittiiudo of the soMiers. From invest! sat ions made of docu- ments seized the authorities, tin1 movement, had its backbone among thfi railwayman who havp been par- alyzing communications in order to prevent tho movement of troops, Rev. A. U. MacLeod, ''Moving amonpst sick people of" mycharge. I pmvcd Xam-Cuk rcalij marveilous fur niil cms, eczema and di.niases." 50c. or ihrei boxis for 17-25. Alt chemists and dealers or Zant-ZJut Co., Toronto. There's Nothing fa Compare You no? FGZEMA tlaiis. Jt relieves- at onco mid ally hcala tliw nklii. Ssunpln hox itr. Clmsc's Ointment freo 1C you men lion Uiia inipcr and ai'mi forposi.iRn. fiOc. a box; all dealers or f-inaiiion, Batea Co., Toronto. i n g vt h c n incut for Eczema and Skin Jirit.i- Sim Tortured Babies Sleep Mothers Rest After Cuticura f. 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