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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'AGE FOURTEEN' THE LBTfiBniDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAYrMAftCH 26, 193D II Efeport All Alien Enemies Who Won't Become Good i Canadians, Veterans Ask MOKTREAL, ilarch portatloft of people Aus- 1 trUus, Toriisli and Bulgnrltm orislo .''whom -it is iaiposslble to assimilate ss Canadian citltcns iJ> demanded iu a olansa contained In a nuolutton JiUnjt to imniisratlon, deportation pasjcd by tio Oresl War Yoteriflfi' Association on ihe ro- samjtion of its annual convention ters this rjoraiug. Tho resolution, vhich Trill bs submitted to tho mhiloa soTsrnmeut, tiat dtsfranchised a'ltaiw lio oae jeer to dUposo of ibetr property, and alto contends all citi- zens should be examined bctoro a jsrly constituted court which will de- te--mine whether or not thoy are de- slrablo citizens so lint tta undeHr- nhles can to deported. Tho question or Orienui'a la Brit- isii Columbia was also dealt with in this rojoVatlon and tho Is to be petitioned to U Jspowlbla for them to own or lease laid. A pro- test is also recorded the de- portation of RrltUh-bore people domi- ciled in Canada, wbo be charged with sedition, without trlil by jury. The committee brought in a resolution whtea provides for tie of one (roic each province, to accompany Do- minion executive of the association 19 Ottawa to Interview the government and submit the reeolutioa Ihc convention. It further recumiKcmla that sit co-oporaUon tir ob- and eiuliiaci in this thai means tiiat askance from the other coliior ss- could be acceded. The motion '.o transfer th? conven- tlon was dropped is it will IfiMly con- cluuo Its labors tonight or tomurrow: During tlie morning session a labor resolutiah carried which deuiand- SALARY P1K Will. Recfive Fullest' 1 AYnrm j Session BEGIN TONIGHT To Win the Charm of a Beautiful Complexion and brings to tho conipleiion tha ness vhich only a healthy skin can possess. CUCUMBER' BLEACH AND BLACKHEAD WA8H- Xlso and invigorates. while it lessens tho ttltos, iSnSneW blotchy, chappinB and other UemUb- its. it touay, you will be more than satisfied. Remember these article are sold on a pinraiitae of saUs- Vour dealsr will refund She money If you are not entirely satisfied with results. Marguerite Toilet Products Limited PRYCE-JONES BU1LOING CALGARY, ALTA. Cocoa and Chocolate Merger Canadian Interests of Fry's and 1 Lowney's, Associated. pany o7 Linnteu, and J. S. Fry t Sons. Limited, of wSltCTM. Lownev Company of Onada, Umlted, has a l-rsc plant in operatirm In Montreal, many y.ars Lo an? has been carrying on aasinws in ail i of tho sales of chocolate and been oarticularly extensive. llie firm of J. S. Fry Sons, Bristol, entablisMd a EiiKland 'ia the year 1128, and, (or generations, its chocolate and cocoa products have been well and extensively known In Canada and !hn Empire. During the past ten years these lava been handled hv its own brandies throughout Canada. Tho Blstol firm has 'recently caused J, S. IVy Sons, Limited to bo Incorporated by Dominion Charter, with tiea.1 office ID Mo'iireal to which it has trtuufemeil IU Canadian assets. J. S. Pry ft Sons, (Canada! Limited, -will continue to luaV.tain IU own brunches throughout Canada, and has acquir- ed, and will promptly equip, an extensive modern manufactur- ne plant In Montreal for the purpose of manufacturing, with- in Canada, well-known, brands, which hitherto hive bscn imported from BlftoL in Catiaa'a, Krj-'s bratidj, Trhich hitherto have eitandcd, It is that, tbroush tlje a ein, s substantial' economies will be effected, both in fi raw and in tho marketing. of finishe The H. Lownty Company of Cnnftdft, Limited, Montreal. J. S. Fry 4 tons Limited, HARE MAN AT THE RACES The pU'itire one of tho char- ctcr.i jnapport at sn BnellJh raco rack, tlio Waterloo Cup meeting. tho appointment or two re'.urned oldicrs on the citil serrica OTT.VWA. March 1 gates of Iho'DomtDlon postal clerks [who expressed their dsterainatlon ot! getting a definite answer 1rom the( icliil serrice commission regarding thej chansing of the aew salary BCalo now failed In tholr object- Ves- terday afternoon the-y vrern piyon ihe assurance that tho natters taken up would receive the fullest considera- tion and there was a possibility of bet-j te'r wages In tho ncur futuro, but no deflnltu protnUos wcro given. Strong representations wero madej to the commission Kd cases wers' cited of men with fsmilles Mining] but it than ?1000 year. pointed out that for the present noth- ;oTernniont employ- jlitllo headway had pcen made and th? were forced to leava j rilhont noy. great' encouragement. roleeeed '.'r ment. -An addition to the re-establishment dealluK wilh such' subjects housinc. lite iusursnce. medical and lental sorriA- after discharged, eerrlce gratuity and clothing allow- ance, was also adopted tats momluf. Canon Scott, of Quebec, and C. K. iiiiir. Ontario, withdrew from presidential election this moruitic. That is New York Story at Any Interested Six Nations of Brantford and B.j C.IVibcs Hold Meeting in Ottawa Novelty OTTAWA, Canad- ian Informal meeting of tho two most Influential bodies of Indians in Canada was held yesterday morning in .the Russell Hotel for mut- ual information and discussion. These I bodies wero a delegation of the coun-f ell of the Six Nations of Brantford, and a delegation of the-allied tribes of British- Columbia. The'meeting bo- NEW YOHK, March Sun illg Sol only, no decisions and New York Hsrald. which last arrived at, but an agreement was weeU printed a report that a large ;reacned io c.acu other's amount .of British gold was being rj6his and interests. The proposal shipped to New York via Halifax. received favorably to establish day declares the gold has been tern- U gcneral Canadian Indian alliance porarlly stored lu Ottawa and is to be for mutual protection and ;idvance-: "Ipped here from.the Dominion capl- ment. 1 ia the near future. The Sun story ys: "It was stated in authoritative cir- ea yesterday that a large amount, of ild had been carried to Ottawa, hav- g been brought to Halifax in sh Ktirahlps, and yesterday's Bank England statement was the first I ntlmatlon that fold might be on tho I ay from Ottawa to Nr-.w York. In ffl'cfal circles uo statement would bo iade other than the assertion that a old Import movcmont would not bo nnounced "until the yellow metal ac- ually reached New York. The bank- rs -would neither confirm nor deny he rumor that a shipment would couin o Now .York today.. There is, how- rer. In iwnUiiig circles keen oipecla- on of gold Imports impending In the ear future." A .V A .J, 4 HON. J. A. CALDER ILL J. 'P. Brophy, Niagara Falls, a IIOWTI Straliord mtm, was injured y falling from a CJ.T.R., tram vrhile eturning homo after vlalUng' his aughter, Is ill with pneumonia. OTTAWA. March Cauadlau Press.) Consider- able worry, lias- been felt re- centlv Hon. J. A. Calder, minister of immigration'' isnfl cotcaizatlon, who was suffering from an at- tact of influraza and who was also threatened for a timt vlth pneumonia. However, the min- ister is said to be In much bet- ter health at present, but it ia expected that liotADay find It necessary to go avray for a short time to recover his strength. definite flana bave not been made, it la un- derstood Mr. Calder probably will go south for :i fsw and will likely leave this -week or early next week. Characterize this Showing of the New Easter Modes in Women's Suits, Gowns, Goats Women who liaVe seen this showing of 'the..new Spring modes, have pronounced the styles "exquisite and charming" and thejr are women whose line dis- crimination of good fashion effectiveness is established in local-social circles. We'd like your judgment, too.-We're sure you'll enjoy passing upon this very elaborate showing and find the. collect ions exceedingly interesting, both from style and value viewpoints. New Suits For Easter Selling Finest Serges, Gaberdines, Tricotine, Wool Jersey and English Poplins, plain tail- j ored or fancy braided styles, with or without vests. x I Very Reasonably Priced at ..____, Charming Dresses for Afternoon and Street Wear of Georgette, Duchess Satins, Taffetas, Fine Wool Jersey, English Serges, Tncotine.and Tricolette. The.most complete range of fine. dresses we have ever shovm, the prices'are reasonable, and we believe less than you were expecting to find for tbe.quality of garments you will see .here.. Pure Wool Serge Dresses............ np to Fine Wool Tricotine Dresses.............. and Elegant Georgette Dresses said Beautifnl Tricolette Dresses Duchess and Charmeuse Satin Dresses. and Chiffon Taffeta Dresses........ up to TBBEIMIJILTIL Reputation Waits on CaWrief, at Edmonton and Gct.s Satisfaction Ladies' Tailoring When your new suit is tailor- grade by a specialist in ladies' tailoring you have EFFECTIVE ELEGANCE in your spring costume. We bave t. nlco line of samplCf. and can supply ihs mEterlal or wo will raako a suit from your own manorial. ROBERT SINTON >33 8l53rdAvc.S. to the IliraiJl BDJfONTOX, March BOV- crnment lias no thought ot Increasing tho total sum ol money released by tho aupplemcntary rerenne tax in Ifr- ing the mill rale for assessment pur- poses at two instead of ono ag In 151S, liotli Premier Charles Slew- art and A. G. Ijlc.Kay, minister of assured a depn tton of mcmbcra of the Union of Municipalities Friday Tto solo mttntim of ths govern ment, so tho provincial nuthoiltio? In forincd deputation, ir. to Rtiiializ tho rate ot Ihc supplementary revenue tax throughout (he province.-As a mat tor ot fact. Mr. .MncKsy said that it vr.is figured tliat the t-.vo mill rat, will raise IJijO.flffl less of a tolol than S raised untlcr Tlic old combine-: mill and flat ratn No Polica Aiitocracy In addition .to iliBciissinx the sub- joct of tho new board to fix tho inaunor of aaHossojent for tlu rcvcn-tc tax tho deiiu- Pretty Easter Blouses A wonderful collection of the newest blotses and 'vralats of Georgettes. Crejie do cliines and Habul.il, embracing all the best. sprint' shades anil artlstlu designs. The Prices Run at up to Children's Coveralls The real coverall, properly made to lit and give satisfactory wear. Plain blue, -blue and -.white strijie and ulain tan. For ages 2 to 8 yearm. J. Priced at and Help Your Digestion When acid-dlsfrmed. relieve the indication, with Ki-MQlDS eatilr on picuaht to take ts candr. jrovr ttomich iweet, try F.l-nioMi MADR CCOTT VOWNE .ntion also receireil assurances from Utorney-Gcneral J. R. Bojle that the now anicndmenls to Uio Police Act are not intended to create a prorincia autocracy over city police forces. The text, cii tho amendments, presented by Mr. Boyle in that they showed tho consent of municipal mayors or chiefs of pollen will bo obtained before any c-ilr conatables are taken over temp- orarily, aaiipfied the deputation. Ow-' ing to n tf3legraph misprint In the amendments swil yesterday it that cilios iiro to lit: "responsible'' for ths pay of the constables thus borrow- ed.' word should have "reim- bursed" wliicli cleared up the bttiia- tlon. The ilcpulatlon ivhich c-allod en the cabinet minifltrs included Mayor Ti. MsirOmll and Clly Aviaessov Fllcbard Wa'lacc, Calgary; Mayor Joseph City Assessor Thomas Walker, Kdmonton; W. 31. Davidson, KiombGr from Xorlh CaiRary; Mayor Hardie and Commissioner Freeman, Mayor Christal, Car- 1 stairs; Mayor V. K. Forster and Sec- retary-Treasurer J. Sd'inderj. Ctim- rose; II. I'. Vcrmllllon; 0. Cnr- Kassano, and K. W. Dunn, liev- erly, Maynr Marshall being president, and Mr. Swmrlers sctToUry-trcasurcv of tlia Albtrta Union of Municipalities, p.nd tho other men being on toe ,iro of that Among other tilings, Won, Kay assured the deputation that tho board of equalization, in Ing within the limits of urban municipalities, will not raise or lower an by individua items, lint will deal with- tho wholo total of n cm relation to other throughout the province Irjr the purposes of the sup plemenlary revenue Jar. only. In tins way there wili bo no inter fcrer.r.n with work ofithc various oil ,n fo ij-'ic -i Easter Gloves Dependable FRENCH KID wliitc, grey, up to CHAMOISETTE FABRIC grey, sand, and KAYSER SILK while, black, sand broxni. to CHILDREN'S White, natural and Ercy. 75c up to and Hosiery -Exceptional Values. A MOST COMPLETE RANGE OF. HOSIERY I .-t'...- HOLEPROOF SILK white, navy, brown, grey nnd buck. For jiair RADIUM SILK BRAND SILK RIBBED TOP sine! Wack nnd 1 r A.' ivhite. At per. pair ....-........'.f..... WINSOME iflAID ti'lgh puro silk.thread slocking in nil colors, n pft At ncr pair Everything in Chil- dren's Hosiery Fine Ribbed Lisle, per 65c and 76o Heavy Cotton Ribbed, at per pair 40c, 6Dc and 70o Infant's black and brown; 76d Little 9Hk title, block, white, ptr pair, to 6So Ribbed Caihmera, black, white and brown, B9c to..................................... Little Boys' Top Coats -Nta'.lf made from and brown .and PHced and The Simpson Co., Limited J ;