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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACiK TWKLVE 1'HE 1USUAUJ FRIDAY, FOUR BRITISH WOUNDED HOME FROM SOVIET RUSSIA. Letter !o Senator Hitchcock on Treaty Reservation Has Caused a Storm LOXDlAV Man-h l2.---PivsMeHi Wilson's charge of uEans: France, contained tn tits loiter i iled Semitic- early Ihls week, Ims she Morniiy; Post to mke tin tlui in of France. isou'spaiuT 'Tudor ilie impels1." Ideals, iho UiiKeil Siat.'s ju-esiilt'ut is ;d 1110si (lie cont-uiu- tional of modem Kurnv fan as ho ss impatient own oi her Globe's View I.OX130.V. March ItcufMvIng of Wllsup iui lUMkt1 ii; a k tag, the declares that, ho '1-- l t.'miiera mentally unfit :o deal with ii pusiuim iiss a, verliila measure of give and The worlil tuis suffered and is 'We won't outer into detailed iliicu.ssEon of tlio prvsi Jem's oouducl it; writing publicly that 'the French military yai-ty now in for we know ihai our friends (across the vhaniic-! will ileal fairly, with that PtuiemL'li'.. But we caunoi help wondering what be said in iIn? I'nHo.l States should Dcscbanel ATWilElEQ LONDON', March new Hun- garian treaty lias been definitely agreed upou by the peace cpnter.ence aud placed In tho hands of A drafUnK committee whcih lias gone to Paris. It is expected the treaty will lie com- pleted week. Tho territorial terms against which Hungary protested so vigorously re- mained unchanged, but various econ- omic concessions have been granted. caces ou .various subjects and enter- tained n largely attended meeting' at the flruuowald wilh a recital Washington experiences. Tho former ambassador loM the au- dience he- was confident his efforts to keep the United States the war would have been successful ex- cept for the Intervention of the Ger- man liillitary "crowd" at the moment wLeu prospects wero brightest. Presi- dent failure to secure uHion of his U ho wa? duo to the fact that Premiere I.loyd Clomeuceau were, more, dominating figures in tho conference. Anicriutns Buys Hie amazement of ik tine) of litortv. of ivhich, understand the lisa! the- )HT as I'ne son- iliinihl umv her I iih i he ,name kind to over- rifii-ed a million ivill.iwviu' 10 Millorantl asserting thiit tho moiioy-niflkins element is in control uf the ViiHeil SUttes. We fancy that The ?hrill American outcry ivouhl be di-M molly heard across the Atlantic. is no esaggeratien say lhat i ho illness of President has liroipketi the sHicere sympathy of the Sir Henry Dray ton Minister of Finance j liomcl.v virtues of work anoMbrift are all that Carmria needs to-day." If you make a persons! npplica'ion of -.ho principles of thrift, set aside a specific amount from your-weekly income and add it to your savings nceouut. ASSETS EXCEED UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridgc Branch A. Brandies also at Cattlston and Barons __________________............_________I "The four British wounded who have been released from Soviet Russia, arrived at Harwich, Feunmry Stb. from Copenhagen. The party comprises Lieut. Brcmner, R.K, Corixiral Bnglarid. Lance-Corporal Sylvester, and Lambert. AH tho party appeared to he in good spirits and !o have recovered from tho effects of ihclr imprison- ment. In the picture Lleui. lircmner is tho figure at the rait ou the left. luset arc Sylvester, England, and Lam- bert. _ liERNSTORFF SAYS MILITARY CROWD SPOILED HIS SUCCESS BERLIN. March Associat- ed von DeriiEtorff. for- mer German ambassador to the Unit- ed Slates, has been trying at' public speaking in Berlin during the last week as a preparatory training for his fall campaign for a scat the-j national assembly: lie addressed OVER EATING KMIOIDS "1 Lit Up wit MAM BY CCOTT ft WWMB HAKIM or whole civilized world. But his recent ebulilions elicit va certain degree of sympathy for the United "President Wilson's'.letter 10 Sen- ator Hitchcock raises the query as tV whether It is Indicative of his being so far restored'to health that he must nepds speak plainly and vigorously, or whether it shows his condition to be such lhat he cannot restrain himself from manifesting his private petulance Be that as It the president's true friends vviil deplore nn unworthy aud almost un- mannerly outburst which will lay him MYSTERIOUS-MALADY' CARRIES OFF PRISONERS opeu to pointed retorts oil the part of ALBANY, N. Y., March mys- terious malady which has caused the. death of two prisoners at Daunemore prison, caused five to hecome blind und 'la to partly lose their eyesight ivithtu the last week, Is reported by ('harles F. nutligan, superintendent of prisons, upon his return from tho pris- on today. Several. prisoners became afflicted last week, one dying Friday and an- other on Tuesday. opinion early expressed was thut the men had partaken of wood ntcohol. Another conjecture was that Ihf men were poisoned by tanned goods TO BUILDERS CONTRACTORS arc prepared! to accept orders for common building brick for April .May delivery at present prices. Ail huiiding material is rapidly advancing. Figure out your requirements mut uike advantage of prevailing rates. FOR QUOTATIONS PHONE 14t2 LETHBRIDGE BRICK CO., 119 SECOND AVE. SOUTH H1GINBOTHAM BLOCK YOU CAN BE A T the HIGH COST of LIVING -BY 'DEALING at Westminster Meat Market A FULL.LINE OF FRESH KILLED. GRAIN FED BEEF, MUTTON, VEAL AND PORK AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. Give us a Tr'al nnd we wilt Prove it to You. SAUSAGES A SPECIALTY PHONE 1055 W. ADN1TT, Prop. Contentious Clauses Reported On Close Suys i Bill Dangerous fSwdnl to Tho HernU) I EDMOXTOX. March j strong objections by Attorney-General' J. R. Boyle, who characterized tho bill as "dangerous" in its loo inclusive >rovisioiis, the private bills coinnilttee of tho house Thursday, morning passcil number of controversial clauses of Ihe act incorporating the Knginecr.s of Alberta, by a majority of one vote, six ngahiEt seven for. The committee retained ;L clause in tho bill which provides that, mem- ber of tlic association or a person who j has received a license from the conn- cil so to do, shall be entitled to take the tleslgnalion o' "profosaion- al engineers or any abbreviation lliere- of or to practice en- gineer or to liold himself out as being in any way specially qualified to prac- tice in any of thu branches of profes- sional engineering hereinbefore men- SILK ALL KINDS OF WEAR LADIES' Also Gentlemen's Silk Shirts Made to Order. 1 SIU MOW 408 Sixth Street South Dominion Meal Market) BUTCHETERIA Fifth Street 'South Better Meat Less Money Fresh Eggs, per 55c No. 1 Creamery Butter, per lb..............65c Choice Roasts Beef, per lb................18c Choice Pork Roast, per lb.................32c Leg Mutton, per lb......................30c Shoulder per !b..................23c Mild Cured Bacop, by the piece, per lb......45c 31b. Pail F. BERRIMAN, Proprietor Jlhenmatism is a constilutional dis- ease, caused by tho uric aciil in the This clause which Mr. Boyle said blood. It manifests itself by pain and contained, the vital objection to tlio i lameness attacking, the muscles ami measure (was opposed oy secretary [joints of the txuiy.ifivhlcii often swell Dobson of the Northwest Association ami become hot anfl inllamod. of mechanical and Elecirica'i Kngin- Anyone who has suffered month eers, by George Hoadley, Okotoks. who nfUv month, and perhaps year after PURE FOOD MARKETS WEEKEND NEW LAID EGGS, away down in price Cold Stream CREAMERY BUTTER, per lb., 6Sc PRIME LEGS OF MUTTON, per lb. 3Sc PRIME LOINS of MUTTON, per lb. 35c PRIME SHOULDERS of MUTTON, per lb. 3Qc We do not handle the cheaper grades. this is all No.vl Wether Mutton. was hot u member of the committee but told [hose present lhat it was on account of the too-inclusive scope ot the bill that he had voted against It: in the house, anil by Alex. Ross, Labor member from Centre Calgary. One objoclionable phnse in the ileEin? ition of a professional engineer ivas amended so that instead of applying to any person doing work requiring "the intelligent application of the principles of mathematics, physics, The clause reails: "The slnlled and professional application of the principles, etc." The hill was a men fled that tlin examining liody shal! not lie the engineers' ussociation board but the senate of Alberta :llnl- verslty. One the longest diseus- stons came over Hie proposal to add year, witli rheumatism, and who lias tried remedy after rtmeuy in the hope ot relief, yid Without success, should 1 not give hope. Burdock Ulood Bitters, by invigorat- ing Ihe digestive organs and elimiual- inK the uric- acid from tho [jive prompt and pprmaiient relief. Mrs. D. Dam'. Pnrlbrook, Oat., feel it my duty to let yon know of the great benefit my liushaml derived from using your Burdock lilootl Bitters, lie liad been suffering for pasl Uvo years with inflam- matory rheumatism. Ho tried many medicines Imt got no nsttcr. A frienil advlsbd him to tfte n. II. n. lie did so. and after Inking five bottles he felt like a new man, and was .able to go to iwork the same as ever." Burdock Iliooil Bitters lias been on leoeral Meetin; V. A. TO BE HELD ON CHOICE KIND QUARTERS of YEAL, per lb. 22c CHOICE FRONT QUARTERS VEAL, per IE, 18c perlb. ISc WE HAVE ALSO FOR THIS WEEK-END: MILK-FED TURKEYS, CHICKENS AND FOWL SEE OUR WINDOWS TONIGHT and note the quality of meats we offer and com- pare with what you are offered elsewhere. Everything the best at the lowest price P. BURNS CO. Limited Dominion Fish and Poultry Main Market, Phone 412 Market. Phone 545 Dominion Market, Phone 1654 'Provided that no such ny-Iiws or] luienilments thereto.shall be valid or alie effect until approved by the Attorney-General J. Iloylp. strongly objected to the principle of pntflng this responsibility on the' gov- ernment for supervising the affairs of a private association. Mr. Davirlson supported the lilca antl it was in this jliscus ion that he clashed with Ur. lllow. The committee atljourner! at noon, without taking decisive action on the proviso. s unday, March 14th. AT P.M. IN G. W. V. A. CLUB ROOMS ALLMEMBEnS AflE REQUESTED TO BE PRESENT. nffmt In t'diic with [iriiUlrin of providinj; ;ic-! for vislloi'K rx-l pnclfj'l in iltirinj; (ourlst fnr whom lint'-l i com moil n lions utli br- fill able, i will Iho Hrllisli 1 League, in London ye.'-U-r- day. The IPHEUR. villi %hMi the V.' C. A. and u imnibt-r of erlcnn societies and oihr-r bodirs arei will rtvjill iiiielt of MJU' j inacMiicry already byilt ni> by ihr V.! M.' T. A. for listfng Jn rfiiiidenf.ial hotels and In Lnndoi] and Ihe provincial cities.; This InformaHon will he placrrj at Ihr: disposal of visitors, U is planned tn league rcprefjenUUvca at tho jKjrls and slntfony lo assist In finrlinr; OiiiirlrrH for "ronm-Jtnnilng" OF The gratifying reception given to Maple Leaf Fabric Non-Skids selling at the same price as the Plain the introduction of Maple Leaf in which the woven fabric is replaced by layers of strong, supple imbedded in rubber1. The extra cpmfort, extra long life and extra economy justify the extra coft at the Ask the Maple Leaf dealer to show you tho neto J MADE I ft CANADA Maple Co. Limited MO N T R.EA L. Local Distributors Western Canada Hardware Co, ;