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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3t 1920 LETirenioGi; DAILY HERALD I'ACUv NINE 8a.vs Broke Faith Wilh Qarttc OB Coucrigliwi Policy-Hast- No Use Kor to Establish 'Better. tymr Dr. Clark Also Come For Criticism. Canadian Trahau, -of Xicblei, continued Hie debate oil the address in Iho house this afternoon. He re- viewed the attitude of Quebec towards the: government's policy during tho war. When: was declared, lie 'DONT PUTdFF It's the neglected cold, cough, tender throat or tonsils, that debilitate and leave the body disposed to serious germ diseases: SCOTTS 1 should be taken at the first sign I of lowered resistance, cold or 1 cough. The energizing virtues of Scott's bring essential nourishment and help to Jsk weakened system, jmf Gioe a trial. Out. 19-11 [WHOOPING COUGH f 3MSBOU1C ckotT ASTHMA MOJKHniS CATtUH Hie throat vfisurinR rwLfsjI n t nnluUc h Srnii booklet, BY YAP-0 CUSOUNE CO. RHEUMAC PAINS Quickly vis unanimity of opinipn that it was the duty of Cutaila to beip (Ireat Britain uid her allies and lo Insure Ihe triumph of theirvCause. Vt'e >lr. Trahau weni were, and arc sllll ot the opinion the cowifltution of the country did uot permit the toreruinenl lo pass such a IHW. opposed l( because we claimed that the partlcliution ot Cau- ada should IM liuHed to our resources and we that eioloslvely military patriolistii coostiiuted a great danger and should be subordinated to an eco- nomic patriotism.'1 1 An Infernal Law Mr. Trahan characterized the Mill-i lary Voters' Act: as "an Internal law whichihad been UMcl lo win the last! election." v He declared that a pajgn of prejudice against Quebec, dur- ing which 'citizens of that province dubbed "Blackers" and "cow- had been conducted at the lirno of the election because they ask- ed for a referendum on the question ot conscription.. He referred to the government [as a "rory Imperialistic. Unloriht. govern- ment." Tho administration, he saidt hart broken [aitb with'the farmen in j the matter When a delegation ot farmers came to Ottawa I to protest, the door was slammed In their faces. Mr. Trahan, to Ihe amusement of Krcnch-Canadlan. members, described '.Mr. -having a "gesture of heroic comedy" to demand if Mr. Gauthlefls' words ot yesterday were Intended as n threat. What Are Conference Motives? "We have no interest in discussions with people -who want a Mr, Tralian went on, "wilhout saying wilh what motives they want it." i.Mr. Tralian proceeded, "that'Mr. (Saulhler had not the state- ment wilh any idea of- revenge." It reflected the unanimous opinion oi Quebec. "It is our personal- Mr. Trahan proceeded; "it is our pride of conscience which declines to accept these courtesies from tho west and from OntarlB Intended only lo divide us in order that we may. be better controlled." Slstei Clark and Crerar Jir. Tralinn claimed that it tUere were df social upheaval 'in Janada, the fault was not entirely lhat of ihe-Kovernmenti Repealled, friends of the Crerar'arii Dr. Clark, were responsible tor having isspclated themselves with racial cries and attacks on a province which lias always done its duty, and in toler utibn, was an-'eiampto to other prov incea. '-Jlr. Trahan' quoted the'fesolntton from the national Liberal convervlion held hero in August last condemning the policy ot centralization ol Ihe cm pire In London. When the counlry halt lank nipt, he It was no UniB fo branching out with mllllary and'navs plans. It would be well to resist such plans as were put forward in London and outlined Jelllcoe. 'fax-free victory loans n-ere for the benefit of (ho' capitalist against Iho poor people. The government was the slave of the moneyed, classes, v Ho vigorously condemned slate owner- shiji. x ThwMpson is Have' Two Speak i Thuredav OTTAWA. Canadian i organization meeting !of the iciay. I.evi (Thompson, of Qu'Appelle. was chosen 1 whip and. will assisted by two oth- ers, probably Kennedy, Stor- i John r. Held ol Of Noiih.Dakoia who. in interviewed after thr i-aiu-iii.. T. A. Ion. told lib fellow-senalors lhat they thc organization has been wllllne to "slvo Canada the n.. BOOZE FINES, HELP END SECURITY OUT IM. SASKATOON. i SASKATOON. Sask. .March .'L- .NEW. YORK. March SaskutoWs revenue would sufltr con- Street Jju.nal twJay says: idoiabiy were Ihd suddenly withdrawn, acoirdlns end Iho ouibaigo bv Canudltiir liauks aud nnHndai1 10 figures prepared nciv at the i will uot handle transactions wlik-h t-ily hall tor iiu'lujion in Ihe vport. far Ihe year 1S19 tolal. send inoiR-y uni of In exi-hango Is only a ger-.tlcimn's: i jalty and fee of the cliy'n police court n-ere as compared ihere lio' wav !with JU.US for the year lies." for scciuliks. predicted. '.EmMrgv and >K paajil- U. S. SENATOR McCUMBER KEW SAFETY DEVICE ADOPTED BY MOTORISTS Photo shows a device i; InJl- catta the driver's intention. Tho ar-, rows of both ludlcatorit in the picture lell that the driver intends to stop.; willing to "give Canada the carried out very He cic-iThe signals at present arranged foi same representation we obtained for to 3peah oh the deb'ale Arrow Stop: (V.I black Haiti." lime if he would Arrow pointing to lell: Taking ncit- if he would Arrow pointing to lell: Taking ncit- ....._______i vote wilh'the government on the Mac-] turning .to. left: A-rrow pointlnB NO REniif'TION? 'JKcnzle Kinj; jmeudiswnt. he Taking nest luniinif to right; n. he nolhlne id MV Arrow Inverttd: Proces.Uos CLASSIFICATION FOR movement 1 mnUjht. aUcad. Both Indicators are HO4h TRAnVHCt VPr! There were about a score of Woctrically. llluiu.lnatcd for .night use, A Urcral. tho front one shoiMng arrow, hiaraucttc: Dr..-Michael Clark, Uert one showing a red mrow. OT1 A, March Canadian j Thompson. Qu'Appelle; T. I: hoard of railway com- iicXult. Sallcoates; T. W. Caldweli. nlssioners have ruled that a reduction j Carlulun. X.R, and Wilfrid Keniicdv, f the clas.-illicatlon of road graders 'siurnionKJIeugarrv. ielow Iho present rating of one and nc-half times first-class is noi jus- The United Grain Orowers applied' Man., March o tlie boanl for reduction of classified- 1ICK liave a Ion lo rnvit-class with minimum ot "'w.'o f'auad.vln every sense of tha i.OOO pounds on flat cars. The railway commission grants iho application of the freight adjusting bureau of Vancouver. II. C.. for tho application of }2.65 rate on shoddy croupyiind colic. Get II from druggists for 30 cent: 71 not return the bottle an Kct yoilr money back. NEW INDUSTRY FOR WINNIPEG IN C11Y STRIKE I'ONIXXX, Jlnrch Oreal Britain word. The Manitoba Gypsum Coil. irany, Will In less than 'two months j from now, begin turning mit a high is threatened with a nation-wide grade of. whiting.. This product, used strike of highway transport, workers, In many trades including that of bullil- blankels bringing Ihem under item 250 of Canadian Freight Association's arifT Xo. l-A. iug, has hitherto been obtained uioat entirely from Britain. al- WOMAN A LIFE MEMBER TOH'ONTO, llarch H. ALEX. BELL DIES March death ot Alex. Bell, well-known Whmipcg sportsman, occurred yesterday from influenza after an illness ot six days. He was prominent In all linos of sport, and. one' of Hie founders of IBe Monarch' Hockey Club. I AN AMBITIOUS "RED" I I Warren, of this city, was-elected -MIMVAUKEE. YVis.. March member of the Onlario Hide As- inllian. a radical of Wesl Allls, whose sottation at (he uimuaj nicotine hero leuortatjon has been ordered, hail a j yesterday. Bhc'being Hie first iniqne of spreading propa-iso honored. n'anda. He made j ____________ ibont' lown in lentils shoes, leaving lied tracts on front porches. 'FLU ON JAP LJNER TICTOI1IA, C., March steamer Maiu, a Japanese liner, arrived, at quarantine this morning from the Orient, anil, reported eight cases of influenza aboard' the vessel, and three deaths from Hie disease dur- ing the voyage. 'A. PILLS involving; from to men. The movement would 'seriously affect Ihe distribution of food. Tho headquar-: lers of the Federation ot Transport Workers hns authorized tho local ox-i ecutives to hand in strike notices be-: cause of tlte employers' refusal of. the men's demands for an Increase in pay of 10 shillings a week. i A conference held yesterday at thoj i ministry of lahor In an effort to com-' i nose the difficulty proved abortive.! hiii it is'still hoped itiiat at Ihe last' minute newly inaugurated negotiations i will enahlc a settlement to be brought i about. Tlie railways.' Ihc tram car I line.s and the 1ms services would not I he affected. THIEVES 24 HOURS LATE NEW. YORK. March became' known last night that thieves -had j broken into a Ktcel vault In a West Side wajehoiise expecting to. pearls valued at 5500.000 which' had been placed Iherc for safe keeping af- ler having been brought from France. The pearls had been removed by the owners', however. 24 houra before the arrival of Ihe robbers, who, nevertiis- 550.000 ivorth of merchandise. REGAL Table Salt Handil Utll. Spoof kH< the Salt run out, GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE I Opens the Pares and Penetrates j A Remedy fir Chest Colfe, Head modic Croup, Sire Threat, Stiff Heck, Earache aid kiHdratV allmnis. Apply fmly ti the skin jwst ow affected parh and rab H in. FLYING HIGHER I SAN FRANCISCO, Starch cost of flying is going higher. Com- panies engaged In commercial aviation here this morning announced an in- crease in tho tariff for "sight-seeing1' flights by 25 per cent. It now costs J12.50 for ten minutes of plain while the samo period of "stunt" fly. Ing costs tho reckless customer J20. Chapped skin bothered her Ucauseitmade her hands sore and So she tried menthotatum It gently healed the broken skjnand made her hands sojlx nnd pleasant again. When Tom called thai night "He" noticed how smooth thcyfwere. W-nlhol.lum il erffrj whero in lie. and SOe. '.'Ttie Lilllt Ntmtfa Lltllc Ills" POSTPONE ACTION Jlarch conform lly wilh Iho opinion .expressed by 31. Draper, secretary of tho Dominion trades Congress, the Winnipeg Trades and Council have decided to postpone action In regard to the re- lationship of lhat hotly to Ihe defense commutes nnlll after the trial of strike leaders has been concluded. TOUfltSTS PASSING UP CALIFORNIA FOR VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER, REPORT WIN.MPEQ, Man., 3Iarch nres gathered from various luilliorllq- five sources on Ihc lonrist (raflic In- illcatci' that persona from the jiralrie provinces spent Ilia early parl of Iho-winter In Calfornia. At least npproxiinaleiy thai number purchased llckcfs from the Ihree middle west! provinces for destinations located In (lie suiitlicni area. lA local business mtui who returned from a trip to Iho Canadian and American coast eltfca declared that many of the 'Canadians lind found Iho drain on their purses from the rato of cschnngo and high prices more serious1 than they had anticipated and were reluming to spend the remainder of their winter vacation In Vancouver nnd Vlojortn. MOOSE JAW MAYOR FINED MOOSK JAW. Sask., March I ff A. Hamilton, mayor of Iho clly, was fined five dollars nnd costs by Magistrate Lemon In Iho city police court today, wlimi lie ptcadcil guilty through Ms lawyer (o an assault on Alderman V. Y. Jackson. NEW TIRE PRICES EFFECTIVE MARCH 1st, 192O, Owing to increased cost of cotton and labor it has been necessary to make some increase in theprice'of tires and tubes. These prices take effect immediately. The Goodyear Service Station dealer can give you full details of the new Goodyear prices. A few of the most popular sizes of Goodyear Tires are listed at the new prices. ALL-WEATHER FABRIC TIRES 30x3J- 32x4 34x4 -x AND RIBBED TREAD CORD TIRES 34 x 4 55 33x4i 34x41 CANADA ;