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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MARCH THE LETIIBRIOGK DAffA1 HERALD PAGE ELEVEN 10 US FALL OTTAWA, March the debute on the II. McKcr.- zio referred lo Sir Oeorso Poster as luadfni; Ihe "remnant of tho govern- ment." It Sir George's speech of yes- terday, Mr. McKeuzto wout ou, striped of Hs there would liu nothing to llefurriDC to Mr. Cronyu's speech. Mr. said that y hta colleagues. Every member of tho opposition was anxious to hear ot tho recovery and bad no wish to embar- rass him ju aoy way. Mr. McKenzie said iiii liuuvu io bear rrom the plenipotentiaries who had ;one to "that most holy place, New York; where apparently all business must iaV.o place." He wanted to know why the minis- ters could not have met Sir Uobert at- Halifax aud transacted Canadian business at a Canadian port. 10 REIN IB The Young Man's Best Recommendation A Savings Account is more than a start towards financial it, is a mark ofcharacter. One of the strongest recoramendatKma in the world of business that a young man can present, is a MerchantsBank Pass-Book, showing a record of consistent gavmgs. _ A Savings Account may opened with which shows how highly we regard the accounts of those who desire to save. MERCHANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal OF 1ETHBRIDGE BRANCH. Blanches BIIOM and Nofclefof d. C ANAPA Esublithed Rl 3. DINNING, Manager The CANDY Orl-.artic ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN Not Aspirin at All without (lit "BaySr Cross" E Califr and Say Premier Will Be At Session UUr WHY! I Joinl Purchase of Necessaries is Look to Russia For Wheut (By Canadian AVlre) PAHIS, March Joint buying, dis- tribution ftccording to necessities aud supervision of selling NEW 1'ORK. March Bordcn still declined to be interview- ed when agaia approached by new- papermen thin morning. Sir Robert, however. Issued a denia' to She Canadian Press ut a dispatch from Ottawa printed in a local paper yesterday to the effect that he was to be named us the next cral. is no foundation whatever for men a he fald. .'The premier also declared that the question of separate representation for Canada In foreign countries had not been discussed with him by the Im- perial authorities. li Improved OTTAWA, March J. A. Cal- tier and Hon. J. Kell returned to- day from New York, where (hey mel and conferred (with Sir Itobert Ilor- den on matters relating tn ses- sional program, including the fran- chise bill and railway situation, They report (he prime minister has greatly improved as a result of his Mother homed tar Zam-Buk stopped the pain. Father's finger was crushed at A Zun-ttak dressing was applied. Sister had Zaa-Buk cured it. I had chapped Zam-Buk ended healed them. the pain and Mother lent some Zam-Buk to Mrs. Jones- She says it's wonderful And every time brother Tom writes from France he "Send us more and morel" (Eztrict Idler r Honestly now! Could you pay 58c. for any other prescription which would give you as much all-round service satis- faction as a box of Zam-Buk does Zam- Buk is a combination of powerful, healing, herbal extracts, so refined aud compounded that wherever Ihcre Is any kind of soreness of Ihe flesh, or diseased tissue or abnormal condition (such as InfUmnutlon, festering or blood-poisoning) it immediately soothe I and It (tops bleeding. II Is highly all germs. It ll suitable alike (orthe iurilentdskin of a work- ing or the delicate velvet skin of a child. It never goes rancid. Its power does not evaporate. Use half i box and put the remainder on the shelf as good six weeks or six mouths after. FREE TRIAI.-Senii o! ind Ic. (lot rctvrs lorfrM ukl box. BUK for in n tentative play agreed. sea voyage, o at London by the economic section! Sir Robert anil Ilorden have f the supremo allied council, says the; south for further rest. 'cllt I'arisien, which today prints an! Sir Robert would have im-ferred lo utline of the program. The plan must return to Canada at ouce but ba felt e submitted lo Premier Milleraiid be- his health has not sufficiently Improv L IN ALBERTA IS ore tecumli.g effcjctive. V "In the debate which developed (lur- to warrant his doing so. He 1ms, every confidence of being nj; Ihe meeting as to where Hie need-'able to return to the capital wHh a j d materials might be found.11 the view to resuming his work sit a later ewspaper aayn. "the date in the session. ton between Kuropo and the United States was considered as hindering anrt Premier Lloyd George urged exchatigps with Itussia, particu-! arly for wheat. There was, therefore, only a step to be taken toward muk-' ng a direct agreement with the sov- iet government for exchanges which were previously Eivrangcd for with the ilimsian co-oiicrativc societies, which 'orm in reality only an organ. Thts step has been Pcrlinax, In the Echo clc Paris, de- clares tho economic has prepared :i manifest, by the terms of which all allied countries wiii be call runmi u RWIULI NEW YORK CHINESE COLONY BADLY 43CARED; FIRE NEAR JOSS HOUSE Two Hundred Thousand Acres Taken Up in Northern Districts leave their personal effects and had to be carried down extension ladders to safety. A dozen were overcome by smoke, ilrs. Lee, widow of the late was one of those rescued, Orientals and siummers, snicked ont, ran Into the street, while In a lot of Chinese dwellings 'appeared hun- dreds of frightened Chinese, men and apartment house in which Tom Lee, j women, crying for help In a language late hail his hcaihiuarterd, Ihat not n fireman or policeman could iml threatened to raze the Joss house j understand. Members of hotli depart- on Moll Street in which thousands oflments were handicapped in the work- Chinese have bowed their heads in' of rescue by the Inability ot the Or- worship. Scores of Chinese refused to leiitals lo comprehend commands. NEW YORK. March lost its Oriental and political charac- ter last night when flames swept the (DJ- Canadian Press Leased Wire) cd upon to develop lo the utmost their Government Strongly Urged To productive forces and are advised that Develop New Sources of Motor Fuel laws Improving the conditions' of workers must he applied to that end. 'With this object In writes, "the different governments will be told they must support each other to the utmost. A return to the of K i condemned "gross EDMONTON. to 200000 acres of Eti Northern Al- berta have been blanketed with ap- plication of oil nut] natural gas leases within the past month, according to records uf the local Dominion lands offife. Since the first of last month there have been 241 applications fllcc ;it the local government office- for "liRlroleum and natural gas ns they are officially designated. j Two main areas are covered by the leases taken out during the past 30 'days. The rush has heen for teases SJ_ covering the area along the Athabasca river lietvreen Pelican Rapids and NIGHT- Tomorrow Alright Get a 25'Box J. D. HIGINBOTHAM A CO., LTD., LETHBFUDGE, ALBERTA. commnnitv svatcm. created during the must bo admitted racli of nations under international agreements. The Standard Oil Company and the. state must seek not only Us own loreslR, but must accept sacrifices in [he interest of tho general welfare. "Tho necessity for greatest economy j the" combines mainly con- in the manufacture of war material is alui jt t, declared tho exist- apparent tn connection with which a h rice f. o. b. New York, solemn warning will be addressed to much too lt Is saM that the small European countrle-.i which sign had been informed that the STEEL CORPORATION Steel Corporation are nnmetl in the] WILL WORK FOR TRADE MONTRBAb, March U is believed by financiers here, to negotiations said to be taking place to by arms of Cl Icnlar claims. If necessary, certain t' ]lf Bh are between !he Dominion Steel Corpora- teps will be taken against them. h "Europe must form a genuine ccon- imic entity and lo return to healthy !ondltlon3, all parlf of It must be re- lonstitute.i. Tims, measures must be aken to enable Germany and HussTa contribute to the economic life of European entity." SPANISH DEVELOPMENT Provincial Government Likely To Put Private Agencies Out of Husiness .mpnrtant affiliations, would likely open other ocean routes to the num- ber now being operated. These two phases of the company's growth, Mr. MADRID Manh officml Norcross remarked, would directly af-j British commercial commission has feet the trade balance of the Domln-j arrived hero lo Investigate posslblli- ion. lins of railroad and mining develop- meiHs near this city. Govcrnucnt re- quire Crown Attorneys, as well as other Oovcrnment officials, to devote Ihcfr whole lime to Iho duties of their office. Mra. Callmriiie llickey, a well- known nntl highly osleemecl resident Wooilstock. is dead. "Bikyrr" McnHficfi ilintrontJiinx proper dircdioiis for t'nliV, only u'pnninc Aspiriti, (ho Aspirin JHoartnriic, TootJmcho, Kttrschf, a critic i M ly Py RIP tons for orcr nine- ralgia, I.nmlwHO, Klicnnwtism, Nruri- [la. Joint Pains, and Tin Iwsca of 12 coat !wt n few ii only Ton aay "Bayer" Afplrln Ijt the iradtj mark (TCRfBlcred In Cnnnda) of Tlayir Mer.iifacluro ot icttlcaclilentcr ol rallcylfrcd.l. WMJo I; ii wtll fcfiown itial Aspirin rrncnn Ilaur fo tiEBltt tho public nyoJniU [mllatloni, Ilie Tahlcto c( IWyec Company, will aUECi'C'I M-Jth gtcernl ''L'ftytr ttrn yr.irs and now in Aluay.i hii.v iinhroVcTi of "Uftycr Tablets o( Aspirin wMrh (FnocEal to Thp HeraTd) ED1IOXTON. March n conference Tuesday morning be- tween Premier Stewart mid -Arnold V. Dominion inspector 01 cmpinyincut tho premier said that tho government was considering issuing a proclamation which wouirl put all private agencies out of busi- ness on July 1 next. Under the terms ot legislation passed at the last ses- sion of (he house. Iho government Is empowered to abolish private agencies on three months' notice, hence the notice of intention to put them out of anticipated soon, The public employment agencies aro operated under Ihe Joint jurisdiction of Iho federal anil provincial govern, ments nnd George spolco cnlluis- lasilcally of the manner In which they havo been run In Alberta, Baying that their efficiency had cut Iho cream out of the private agencies, so that tho latter wore becoming "disreput- able." He said that labor organizations were unanimous In Ibnlr praise of tho Alberta govnrnmout agencies which WEIS not true of tho agencies In all the private bureaus arr, put out of business, said Mr. George, railway companies can fill! employ their own workers but must resistor them throiieh Iho government agencies. Permission was granted by tho mill lary authorities for use of poutli sid armories at Kdmonton as an emer gency hospital for cases. Mor nurses aro ne-odod, both for the cit ;iiiJ outside crime Justice sometimes goes wrong. Men'are often punished for crimes not commit. And when we thoughtlessly take purgatives and cathartics to relievestagnant bowels, we are committing a similar injustice. When the system is unable to remove food waste at regu- lar intervals, it is the food waste, and not the system, that needs correction. Every other form of treatment cither irritates or forces the system. Nnjol works 'on the waste matter instead of on the system. By this entirely new principle Nujol will keep the poisonous waste moving out of the body. Nuiol prevents constipation by keeping the food waste soft, thus helping Nature estahlish easy, thorough bowel evacuation ot rceular intervals the healthiest in the world. It is absolutely harmless and pleasant to take try U. 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