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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THI-: LETHBH1DC-K DA11A Forty Low Tariff Men From West Cause Explosion On Tariff Issue SATCIUUY. MARCH OTTAWA. talrlv threw a few bomb ii.tj l Jenate on the 5 and a rosuit there, were cue or violent Vloslons. rp to 'hen the western pHincJ by iho .-iKiimstaace xlial i sup pa-ud Some o! the 40 are much I'i-htins men in the protectionist rank who are quick to take up a challenge. and A.' Carrie came bacr. ivith o more uncompromising inch to, ,troBS for tb. SU- of the tH> that they j SIr Th, fi-knjii5er Tow urUt advocates. ibey are more sincere ia their s; rouge viev.'S, tUati are many ccmstitiHed a I llerr Haaso doiuou- Gen. 350 MILES IN M f SI IS TO WLXXII'KiJ, Mar. Manns, president of the I'jjia'JIan National tailay that it. is ustim- Most grocers sell BLUE RIBBON TEA and most people drink it Do yoft have it in your home? POLE HANGED ttt-.lay tli Illelll- slrdlLOJl III AJI.-1IUI Jll i.i-i" r, art on- for pro'tevY'ou for their! Ludendorff. declaring this rtowc.l that ated about mi SS? on all points with the repre-1 LudeuJorff. supported by Couser- northeiisteriy. CORNWALL. Out.. March Vesrynlnck was liangcd in the county Jail yesterday. He Wiled a fellow Pole ial Wituhestr-r mi not'. 10 last. Uhomins; him during a urnnhcn carou.-- al. Kills was the executioner. cerned while it is prepared t quite a" way oil the tariff, still it Jler.- Haase. wlio was ireo.uently in- lerrupteil (luring his attlci. declared iion. Oliver. St. I'.tul rawnsioii. Ac- quite a way on tne mint. ?un i. terrupieu uunug uia hardly far as the council (aror ot entering into immeiliata EgricultLiro So. to s" the prairie members are [he Hat line. line uuJ liatma-Medicine these if is said iomas White's qniel tuamier house. methods ot the two men may be eviSentime That is Way Allies Consider 1 German Answer to Their Demand Sore Throat Irmt-is ser- ious diseases, iaauc-ntft. Vronchitjs and pneumonia. niOTC the in-ita- soothe heal iha inflimsd in en'-brane s b f tailing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy all thincs. never neglect a child's throat, for it mar mean years of suffering (or it Ister. Yo'jrs for health, equally fsiinreScere that the govera- with suci divergent views ou ment is fairly couFMein of its grouno- 'Is. 11-lf i-e to be found within Tlie question is too tig to lie decir.eJ iJJe EoWrrnne'iifsvfaHowiuir. there is hand, vlik-ii makes IffiperaUve atpreVent little prospect of the sov- thorough injury fcefore action. Th Erzlierger, Uet.i i the iivcessiiy for common fiEat againfi Bolshevism by! 1 GermenJ. and j in reply lo this, in- iug i the Centrist leader, ialsi e told of a cabinet meeting held on Dec. 12. at which InilepemleriL- iim co'-ernnieuis tut.v vu i Socialists', non-nteusbers of t.ie -it liule prospect of the ?ov- thorough inijtiiry before action. There, who were present, agreed crrniem being defeated. No one talks never was the slightest, chance of gen-, with a Uet.isjou to a note to the ''nf rr-erhrowine ii during the present t'ral reductions at the present for there! for ;i Ereo Hon W. S. Fielding, has noi been time to make them. The i whTdMS no' it "as declared that government today feels that it is mas- he-would not do MiythiBS to over- ter of tbe situation ana. to a verj- !ni-ii H now. Col. J. A. Cttrrie Itrge'csieal, it is. It could attord to nni'ifto it anr more than the tee a few members and still gel along for Queen's and Sbeiburae. very well, and this fact should be and vet He would liarJly vote against wgnized. The west must now get j H-ase, 0, -h on an impanant Question ot policy, lo work hard on its ca.o. tbe'Spirtacau machinations anil saiil Evrt Mr. Maharg's remarks sngpl- KTeryoody realued tbal ihe es i- l3ce ed lhat wore he dissatisfied w.th ac- males would be but uiought nc the (acls COI1 :iion bn the tariff he would not that they would tou.h the a h" ".r.urdcro-as acts" of tlw uniil affr the close ot the session. figure. Before the session is over tne> 'it looks -verr much as in will probably go well over the bpwtacaus. Uome circle- 'there w.'.s a desiro to 000.000 mark. Incidentally, this is ibrin' about the end of Union govern- over this years tltc-udi- Lent because of the fear that it -xay lure, nor does it provide ior war ac- imake more concessions to ih! v.'fst jcount! the ultra-protectionists i T-ie is no doubt about tliese Tne Atertieen-Angus breeders ol little tise for Calder. Mei-! Saskatchewan have formed a pi'OVin- Ighen, Grerar or Sitton, and they -wiUicial organization. FAH1S. March German, Kovernnu-nl'3-noto In rcnly to the al-i lied demand for Ihc ot IScn.j llaller's Polish troops Ihroiigh which c-atcred objections to such. ,.....jngc and sugKestcrl routes for trocps to enter Poland, is. not re- garded as n violation of ihe armiilice provb4ons here. Officials concede th? right of the Cermnns to make sugges- tions regarding port at which the troops might pass, and it Is believed the difficulty will bo adjusted with- it Seattle Wins They Gel lheimlt Stanley Cup-Otherwise I Another Game l lisions the Polish troops the Oennan populace. March am! Montreal meet tonight to fight it out. SEAM 10111 FOR CONSTIPATION have stood Ih: lest of time. Purely rentable. Wonderfully quick to banish biliousnvM. headache. Indigestion and to clear up a bad complexion PARIS, JJarcli In crease tl pre- il world title included, cotues tu Seattle. A victory for tho Flyins i the winner. i Both Seattle and Canadiens are go- 1 ins to limn on to the ico tonlsht for both have been badly crippled. Last i Wctlncstlay's SO minutes of whirlwind hockey was a and hack 1 breaking session tor the men on th-: and some of them have not re- covered yet. Seattle is probably worse off iharrMonlreal. Jlore nioMshiniug enterprises are reported by H. Filler, inspector ot the inland revenue department, ivlio has just returned from a series of trials' at Camrose and Hardlsty, at which some extensive operations in whisky making were disclosed. Vonr convic Change Your VICTORY LOAN INTEREST COUPONS into War-Savings Stamps When you take your Victory Loan and other interest coupons to the bank, ask the teller for the equivalent in War-Savings Stamps and Thrift Stamps. MAKE THE INTEREST EARN INTEREST. At the rate'of interest paid on War-Savings Stamps your money doubles itself in less than 16 years. Thrift Stamps cost 25 cenb each. A Thrift Card is provided free of charge, and when 16 Thrift Stamps are affixed to it, it represents on the purchase of a War-Savings Stamp. With your first War-Savings Stamp, a Certificate is provided with spaces for 10 W-S.S. When 'filled, this Certificate is a Dominion of Canada' Bond worth on Jan. 1st, 1924. Buy War-Savings Stamps at any Money-Order Post Office, Bank, or other place displaying the Beaver- Triangle sign. I Price in March, 1919 April, 1919 4.03 May, 1919 4.04 Redeemed on Jan. 1st, 1924 will provide JinarKiaietsislaiKt lo the Goocrnmtnl; an excellent bwalmtntfor small saOings; and a strong incenlict lo cocry-day economy', -SIR THOMAS WHITE, MinMet of finance. cautions have been J'aken to guard the premiers anrt President -Wilson m their dailjr conferences. So -carefully lava the plans been' tuado lhat not even the chiefs of the secret servljo snuatls are informed as :to wlicn the. meetings lake Unto the present, some of the news- papers have carried in their morniDK a schedule ot the movements if tbe confreres, with the results thai j rowds invariably have gathered to witness Iheir arrival. Thero has' been- no special incident to bring about this extraordinary care but 11 is obvious lhat the people of Paris are becoming too well acquaint- 'cd with the time and placa ot thu 'meetings anil lhal this fact caused a determination to a course that would reduce to a minimum any chance of danger [here might be mn tions were. sc'cureJ, with hoiT THAT'STUBBORN COUGH from a fresh cold, Bronchitis ot, readily yield to -with Cod Liver Oil Compound This atpcndablt cough medicine relief itlxn the Ihe phlegm! cofcpUMy cures cowh. Ite. llV pleaunt, to childien. Keep bottle SoU tf oU fKJ MAMIFACTUIIED BY remedy m Ik, hooit. KM WIND i Intieptndent of Try, To Promote Harmony in Dominion 1 Jlarcll Monl Herald, recently In made its first appearance under the iLanagemtnt today with a anr.onrreCTncnt by Alfred t.eilhead, presidtnt ct Ihc company thai it will Indepcntl- enl of iiarty politics and devoted lo Ihe best Interests of Montreal, Que- bec and llie Dominion. Palwr' lhc statement saya, will lie devotatl to the educational work promntine family harmony tlass and class and above all to the rurfcVof Inlerpralins ahor to capital and capital to labor. la says no whatever 1'erc al- lached to the euhncrlntlons wulcli lelped him to liny the fiytr- CANADIAN CASUALTIES OTTAWA. March follow- Ing casualties v.-ere issued tofiay: Infantry: Died of Bdward C. Kvans, Montreal. Services: Previously reporle'l woumled anil mlwini, now reported killed in Harvey, Cm- reptn-tcd (ianfeerousiy wounded, nov: cencel Garnet W. Chajdin, Toronto. Ileporte4 MIsslne. bellered Lawrfrncd, South Port 'Engineers: Dicl--W. W, irov.'nei George The