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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEH THE UvTHBniDGE DA1LV HIJ1RALD_ WEDNESDAY. MARCH 19, 1919 AREIAKING PARI IN PEACE DELIBERATIONS MH1S. .Mircn from council of hw occupied lt In lornul hearings necessary, in c! the British Empire m rtspict of auctions Is considered and in at conferencw oi the Brltbn Oi por- tion of wh.t work U formed br'nanvicou. coBiniolons which hire Mlikll.hed for the purpOM of dMltat naval and military terms, terri- torUl Questions, repatrlitlon and -in- demnity.- economic questions and tar- ionV other subjects. Upon important commijsion! Canada is The Canal lin ministers and their assistants closely in touch also with the wori of the other commissions and in many CUM their suggestions and talions have had an effect In deter mining problems submitted br com missions upon which Canada Is not directly represented. The inter-allied commission territorial clllms, of which Sir Robert Borden was vice-chairman, was the'first commission to present iu port. The comntisflon on the Russian Question, upon'which h was also, the chief British represent! (Ire. has not yet been convened ow Ing to the strong antagonism ot var Sous de facto Russian sorernmeot! t What Makes Men of Blood and Iron? Men of Stamina, Force Men Led Ike Way Explain Sectd ol Srrorn Mcrra. Keen Aclive ani Great Plrfikal up It u the men of blood and on par with tke war- hardened fellows retununf [from camp and wto wit t-forge ahead ia the btufeeM and f political lift of the cointrj- to- day. Livinf in the catiac t coarse foodf and xp- Ur bate blood rich ,in iron for tUeie itroof iMlrhy, spccunena of man- nood. But no tach afportnity tor building up their health is 'open to tbomands of raen and women in drfl fife wtir- inf taski and iron-imporeruhed food sap their energy and make-tbem aazanc tat nm-down and OHIHTPi AFTER EAllNfi TteTirtiresifltysptysil CvncM by "Fruit-a-tlm" St. MAKlS'i, N.B. "Ttf hro I sufltred tortures from Snert_ 1 hii constant ifwr Plins dona the sidu and J anJ horrible bitter stuff often up my mouth. I tried doctors, but they did not belp me. Hut as as I Uking I begin to Improve ibis medicine, mada of fruit juices, relieved me. when everything else MRS. HL'DSOS MARSHBASK. siio5M. At all dealers or sent by FruiU-tivu United, Resent Implication That Farm- ers of West Are Lot of ISolshevists CALGARY. March C. Ri Jonei, general manager acS vice ot United Gruwers. and H. Hlgslnbotham. secretary ithe foiled of Alborta. vfi -erv hot under the collar morning at the attack that had b, made on H. W. Wood, tie president of the latwr organiialion, uy Col. J. Currie. Mr. Wood Is at present out qf the city, but la hii he Is being stoutly defended by his friends The statement that the V.F.A. .sent out a man to preach nolshevlsm is hev are golnE to hoodwlok the publte bv attempting to appeal to patriotism t they will bo badly mistaken, aald j Mr. Jones. -The statement made by Mr. Cur- rio Is an evidence of the spirit that 1 U manifested by a lot of manufact- urers in iho east and It la patent thr. Col. Currie has not the slightest Idea of considering any one eicejit lie remarked. -The general manager of G. added that it was not a f what would be justice To those who are really particular about the Coffee they drink, there is one brand that always pleases particularly well because it is particularly good- Chase Sanborn's "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. U 1 and 2 pouad line (found for PercoUlort. N'tvw fculk. CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. any such conference or i was proved. VVood In an auneinionist is equally Part of Sir Robert's daily duty is to Sucn statements are only peruse foreign officers' dispatches mjlo fce e5pected from a like Col. relation to the worS of the peace con- 1 CurriCi he salj] wno to be the i ,-or the. Manufacturers iu the house ot commons. Of Stnufdi ud Alhbta. OUT The bet Oat Xtmteii Iron t V crtr uHica their blood to attrall, Of ITCH. doca publi Ue of U o Iroa obona o If Jtm.ite.n0t mC ?M ft i ii itorii'ilrTj anil Tn' JmTlrlf ta-nake tlae fcHaHinc tnt: tt'choiii into Briac HMVC, wtadc See Vm lodf Tm cu verfc aotr fir -i and fciio. WiUkaa ka tbcrt W "Ik timL Kot ml VeflOiT row "k' ttbfcbi o{ cnSnrr VQBCS, Ki -vmStm Ui cmrit- tnrvrs air incr fc oteiitd rrm lie >t Tccn tcit nnr Uranrii it be nyvtirj n form 1bit ina see BOW mttch. roa ure IWMO. i! enOr ihirWd ud itiUIatcd. Srfarf ra tai raodem iielbodi of cooltij lilwr all Ike whBr tf tor "If the manufacturers think that ierence. as well as daily reports from each of the commissions and sub-com- missions as to the progress of their work. He is also in attendance at fre- quent meetings of the British Empire delegations, and on such occasions Is accompanied by one or more of his i colleagues. Besides thU, he U in con- ant communication with Mr. Lloyd eorge and the other British minis- -s and with ministers from other Do- inlons in relation to the matters at- cling the Empire, and especially, oie touching the Interests of Can- a. Sir George Foster is the chief repre- ntatlve oi the British Empire on the ter-allied economic of hlch he a vice-chairman. He is also n the British Empire panel ot _the tipreme economic council, and he IE a ember of the committee on and transit and ot the British mpire economic committee. All ot Jiese bodies are dealing with EDMONTON, March legis- ature aimed n Wow the so-called ootftn trwt" Tuesday night when, n committee of the whole, >n amend- ment WM adopted to the Put Ic leallh Act giving the provincial board ot health right to determine the price, that shall he charged (or In Ihe prov- nce The -wis brought ip ty George Hoaalcy, eider, In dticiKtlnr a section at the Dill brought In by Hon. A..O. Mackay nlnlster of and which gives the board power of "11 censing of undertakers and ers and the of quallflca tloTia for the idtntsston such per ions to practice'In the province an< the- charges that may he made by UK for the liurfe! of the dead.' Mr. the chief dlf flcully and complaint was In th prices charged for caskets; that th lereaved persons were helpless, a they aid not desire to accusta c laggllng over the cost of a caafcet fo thttr dead, and that Die only way th evils could be handled was by Uie pr vfnclal laws. "The coffin trust, you p in Premier Mr. Mackay agreed to the argumen offered an additional clause roa Ing: "And may determine the prk thai shall be charged for any anrl a classes of caekels In this province.' 31. Trioraas will hare one-man stre cirfl. OTTAWA, Mur. stress was laid on the bankruptcy act which will be brought before the house this session by Mr. Horace Chevrier, chair man oi the executive oi the Iletal Merchants' Association of the Domin ion oi Canada, which met this after noon ia the. Chateau Laurler. Accord Ing to tbe address by Mr. Chevrier the bankruptcy act was to be asked for by the Retail Merchants' Associ- ation.'hut was the request of tho Cre- dit Men's Association. "Tho Retail Merchants' does not consider it possible to legal- lie a bankruptcy act that will not cost more than It will save to the commer- cial ana financial interests ot Canada in the way of declared Mr. Chevrier. He said that liie way tlie original act was drafted madtf it more like an addition to the criminal code than an act and even today, after many am- endments, it bUs fair to be a fruitful source of litigation and a waste of es- tates. -Loud applauses greeted tho announcement that the government would he asked to make the wages ot civil service garnlshec'able. Tbe association will also recommend at the coit ol living staff be trans- rred to the department of trade and icmerce, as it has beeri found that elr figures were not reliable. mnmm The Genuine-Original TOASTED TOASTED CORN FLAKES Are sold in the red, white and green package only.' of the I'just as Good" variety and that Kcllogg's Toasted Corn Flakes are only made in Canada by LONDON, ONT. THE BATTLE CREEK TOASTED CORN FLAKE COMPANY LIMITED Head Office and Plant: WASIIIXOTON', March arrests have been mado by- Iho "u'rklsh government, with the approv- 1 of the alHc'l commanders In Con- tantttiople. In an effort to eradicate he influence, of tho committee of pro gress, said to bo the strongest politic- it organization that has controlled Turkish policy anil the government for number of ysars. The 'arrests, wlilch have Irtcn eportcil to Iho state department. In clui5o that of former Grand Vl.zicr Said llallrn, who was also al Mine of Tho95 arrested alao Include M.ousa Klazim. formerly Hhlett-ul-Islam; Mm. Iste.r I'alll; Itcflal. who, It is hellev- cd here, was prcsldent'of the former minister of finfince lijftvld; Shurkl, lormcrly rnlnlBtcr of public in- struction; Dgclal Nourl, an editor, high In official circles )n Iho commit- tee; N'adl, also an edit or and a former member of -too chamber of ilepuilea, and Uen. Vehll Pasha, commandw of Iho Tiirktsr (orccs In Armenia after tbe massa for AnJ Each Dollar Worth More How Money Grows AT the rate of interest you receive on War-Savings Stamps, approximately per cent compound interest, grows to in the five-year term; grows to in 20 .years; to in 50 years; in 100 years 1 CONVERT YOUR FILLED THRIFT CARDS INTO W-S.S. 'BUY WAR-SAVINGS STAM ;