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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN THK LJ-ri'HUHinaE TUESDAY, MARCH'28, BLUE RIBBON TEA. II you wish to enjoy a cup of really delicious tea try Blue Ribbon AH live grocers sell it. ALLEGED JEWEL UNJTfiD STATES TO ROBBER NABBED NOTIFY NATIONS OF VANCOUVER, B.C., Marcti specter CoIt'.smUii reached Vancouver on Monday is expected to take kick with him to Jaw, Freder- Ick Whitney, arrested a few days ago by Detectives Kileen and iinynes on information from that city. Whitney is charged with breaking into the Jewelry sioro of Mitten's. Limited stealing therefrom a. number of diamond valued at Jl.SW. 'Annual Convention Gets Good of Principles i MOSTRKAU March dfrle- Jgr.te> attending the annual conven- tion ot the Great Wer Veterans' As- In the Windsor Hotel here, -.heir first disagreement yesterday cftsrr.oon when the executive- sought to introduce Us declaration of pilncl- i to the organization. Tho decla- i r-iTion contained a clause which pro- posed to extend the among classes, lo "all of for- FAILURE OF TREATY icier. Wrth of IlXo age, who have pro, ipi-riy declared Sheir desire for cltl WASHINGTON, March ihs j who, after due probation, absence ol any authoritative- predlc- harc j863 naturalized and who have 4S lion or v.hat President would Kyionmts cut that such do ivitii toe unrelated treaty, the 'ia- prcf.'io.i Allied in diplomatic circles would a notification to tho other "v" powers ihit thn senate had refused i niifi.-a ilftsle ajs'.nned the full responsibilities el Canadian citizenship." The British Columbia representa- the clause on the of the Orfeu'tal Question. A followed In which Chairman who had taken tho chair on uu to rfariir-' f .brtKtp, ihe United sad powers rejsrdless oS vhit or.ter and finallv the clause was with ths might mko nrsun temporarily. Committee! were includlug one of procedure Jalc-r on iho treaty's re-siftmissloa to includluB one of procedure the Jf-nato rr neeotfatlon of a separ- .is to formulate a for ato peace. that Mr. might, however, com- bine a notification ot the treaty's fail- uro. 'vith an aauauncoaiynt of his fu- tr.ro PO ihftt ihe nations that have ratliiei may be advised of what course can expect developments here lo take. soverniog the action of delegates son-? quarters it was predicted'The illness acwmpllshed by the convention during this, its opening day. included the adoption of t. reso lution containing greetings to the King and Prince of Wales and others tho secretary-treasurers and the hulk of Iho declaration of principles. Fear Oriental Menace Tho clause In the statement of ihe policy of the Dominion Oreat War Veterans' association which dealt with, naturalization, of foreten-born citizens had no sooner been read thaa two or three British Columbia delegates were on their feet. Their contention was that tho clause wcfcjld extend the fran- chise, not only to men with ivhom jthey had recently been engaged in morlal combat, but would also include Ladies Keep Your Skin Clear, Sweet, Healthy With Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Talcum Spring Fashtom A Comprehensive Display of the Season's Styles in Women's Suits, Coats, Dresses and Waists Orientals and they submitted that only citizens of tho Pacific knew the Efirionsneff of th" situation. Delegate McKensle pointed out that ihe general Oriental problem was lully dealt with In a resolution which iviil como up later, but on the con- iluued Insistence of a number of dele- gates, the clause was withdrawn. The resl of tse clauses In tho pol- icy ol the association were adopted without much discussion. The declaration pledges ihe mem' berd to common gertico of (heir coun- iry; rejects any claim to special-fa- vors for war declares adequate pensions for dependents ol dead soldiers and disabled veterans; deplores the existence ol so- cial, poll I leal nnd religious conditions which are harmful and pernicious; de dares for free expression of people's will'In a constitutional way; urges the franchise for all persons o Canadian 'or British birth over. 11 years old, .and to all persons of for- eign birth, who have fulfilled the ne- cessary probation and .conditions. After a stormy discussion, the (ran chise clause., whk'h was finally with drawn. It wasN'deciilcd on the motion ot relegate Dacp of Alberta, to jus pend the adoption of ihe resolution uutii after, tho formadon of commit tecs. Greetings were sent to Ills Majest: King George, H.R.H. tho Prince o Wales, Sir Douglas llaiy. Marsha Koch and Sir Arthur Currlc. Growth cf Organization The. report of the secretary-treas urer, C. G. MacNeill, stated that th branches of the association now es- tablished throughout Canada totalled 770. as compared with 450 at year's convention. The whole ,of ihe Dominion now represented and an alliance with the British Great Wai- Veterans America had tentatively been arrang- ed. Total membership of tho asso- ciation was 250.000 approximately. After reiterating steps taken to se- cure a more adequate measure of re- establishment on behalf of soldiers and dependents train the government, the secretary's report says: "It devolves upon this convention to decide what further demands made on the government on behalf of and dependents." The report was adopted. I WILL BE SUPERINTENDENT VANCOUVER, March Superintendent P. -A. Wromjbton act as superintendent of the. Cana- dian -Mounted Police in Vancouver during the vacancy caused by the death of in Hono- lulu. Inspector's, j. Xewsome, of this district; has.-heen appointed to a posi- tion at headquarters at Ottawa. Come See What Appealingly Low Prices Prevail on New Spring Dresses bewildering beauty in a multitude of modes and pretty Some have the new' short sleeve and in tailored types there is the long fitted sleeve, but in the myriad of modts there are scores of styles all different so that every woman will find the choice she seeks in just her own person- al selection for becoming wear. The materials are Silk Taffetas, Sateens, Crepe de Chine, Charmeuse, Georgettes, Wool Tricotines, Serges, etc. Every dress in the assortment is of the new season's in workmanship, trim- 4 U. F. OF M. GET '-MUCH MONEY March Funds collected in the United Farmers' drive for campaign imrnoHcs are.uow approaching the officials an- nounced today. A large number of returns are-coming in daily canyassers lir.ve pleted their districts. Ruthenian farmers at Edlllon have sent in 5515. He just loves its delicious chocolaty flavor. Kiddies who get FRY'S regularly are vigor- ous, warm-blooded, and healthy., They throw off colds quickly. They are more likely to escape epidemics. If you have some little pale faces at jast try FRY'S. You'll be glad you did. w533 do .'but SYSTEM OF PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION GIVES j 'PEG TEN MEMBERS and finish. All sizes and all staple and new colors are here and a price range that brings them within the reach of all. in Skirts New use of stripes, plaids and large blocks, new ideas (Y in pleating. The pleated skirt is the rule but women who prefer the exception may have it. Fashion allows a large degree of latitude in sport skirts this season. They may be narrow, straight out or full accordian pleated. Materials are serge, tricotine, tricolette, poplin, fancy plaids, novelty-silks and taffetas. DRESS FOR C JL V -AND NEW THINGS Beauty 15 a Blessing every' woman, but good health is vitally important Attention to liver, kidneys and bowels will improve beauty and health. are a boon to 'be- cause theyregubtethe func- tions of all these organs withontany irritation or dis- agreeable effect UT.KI 3.1. rf Air StM The Beauty of The Lily can be youis. Its wonderfully pure, soft, pearly while riMMncc, free from all Wimishet.wlllbecom- parable la the perfect beauty of your ikln and coraplcxlonlf you will uii Gouraud ft Oriental Cream FERO.r SON WINNIPEG, Mnrch Then mem- bets will represent the electoral divis- ion of "Winnipeg in' the Manitoba leg- islature, according lo tho hill amend- ing Ihe Manitoba Elections -Act, which was distributed in the legislature Mon- day. The constituencies :ii present In force of Noriji, Centec and South, will be aliolisheuVandithe entire city treat- ed as one' electoral unit. It'provides that the election of members .shall'be According to the principles ot propor- tional representation, ihe'syfiteni'adop- ted being'tho single traneferablo vote.. Lieut. Stoner. Government mail carrier, burned to death In his airplane, irhen it fell -near 'New Paris, Ind. Provincial Police Will I Have Right to Take Chic Bodies EDMONTOJC, March J. 11. oyle. stated in the house yesterday flomoon that he Vfas redrafting' tho olice hill. It is understood that ho roposes to chance the clauses which ave given so much uffcnse to the dif- erent cilies. The hill provldwi that the rovinclal police may commandeer ttio olice forces In cities. Tho redrafted hill will provide fo- o-operalion between Ihe Alberta po- ce force and the different cilies. The CANDY Cathartic' lANADA'S JIARKET OF FURS SEES MANY INCREASED PRICES March sales or tha inoralnjt of the sec- )nd day of the Canadian Kur Auction -ales company's inaugural sale wit- nessed some of the 'scenest bidding hero' has been at any sale In tho last vear. Canadian otter wns up nnd run up an ailvanco to a high of the price secured on the average being 25 per cent, higher than at St. Louis .nd KCTT York sales. The buyers could net.get enough. Ermine was! auctioned first nnd brought as high H. Up to noon, 113 lols had been, sold, mailing a total of C19 from the; opening. Australian opossum ivasl ilso offered and eagerly purchased, j JALBERT TAKEN TO JAIL ONLY TABLETS MARKED m ASPIRIN Not Aspirin All without (he "Bayer Cross'' JIOOSK JAW, Saslt., March Oficar Jalbcrt. why Is charged with I the murder of his wife ;it (heir home! lu thu Gravelbourg dlslrlcl, ivas! iiit'nt to lliWclly last night by the] provincial police and will he taken' to twilshl. During his alay[ between trains Jalbert hag Iteen held In the city police cells and Is hehig 7ciy clost'ly watched. WOOL TO MEET APRIL ON t5 The South Alberta W-jol will Its annual meeting in SI. Aug. us tin's iiall. on April 13, N. T. Maclecxl, SOCTC- announced loday. to this effect nro bdiig sent oiU to the The mrr.-.'. "Dajer'' identifies the I proper direclioni for only A-pirin 1 Toolliache, Kanche, Ntit- bvcrrlnii'-.jraljlii. Lumhago, Rhcumntiiim, Nrari' tern yearn arul in Canada.! ti-i, Fains, and Pain generally- Ijiy iintrdktn jmckagf-' Tin lto.vca. 12 tAltlets cosl'but of irhic'nri packaged. Tlicic if oalr one in-asl illy Asi'irln the Irftda in Cflpatla) of Bayar, Afar.ufecturo of.Kftno- c-t II h ttao'-n that tnctni public ugtllul IniHatlonf, tho o? luyer rrlh te aUiupcd ftiih tbtlr 2 ;