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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK TWELVE THR LCTHimiDfiE DAILY HERALD v THURSDAY, Here is Routing of Big Party- Arrive June 2nd WINNIPEG, Man., May the first three weeks ot Juna Western Canada will entertain a representa- tive gathering ot tlie members of the Canadian Manufacturers' 'Association, who leave Toronto on May '29 iu out- er more special trains and 'who will tee all four western provinces before their return to Ontario between June IS and 21. The manufacturers' an- nual convention is to be held in Van conver on June 7. S. 9 and 10. Their program provides In addition for visits to Fort William and Port Arthur, Winnipeg. Brandon, ISegina. Moose Jaw, .Medicine Hat. Lethbridee. Cal- Edmonton, Victoria, and tbp mountain resorts ot Louise Banff. The. party travels to Edmonton over the Canadian Pacific Hallway, pro- ceeds to Vancouver over the Cana- dian National, returns !o Winnipeg via the Canadian Pacific, and then to Toronto over the C. P. !t. by tho al ternative all-rail and laUc-and-rail routes. Tho route, as outlined in an official circular of tho Association, is as fol- lows: Can. Pac. PRINCE WILL VISIT HIS ALBERTA RANCH LONDON', May (By Ca- nadian Associated IM1K- Mall's correspondent with the Prince of Wales, wiring from Uunedln, New Zealand, that his royal highness. after risking India in the win- ter, will return via iho Straits Settlements, and Canada, where he will visit his Alberta ranch, -rejoining the Itonoirn ar Halifax. SETTLE SHANTUNG ISSUE ___________ j LONDON. May Chi- caMnet has decided to de- 'V dine to enter Into direct nefib- nations with Japan regarding a settlement of tbe Shantung question, as requested by tho Japanese ambassador at Pe- king, according lo a dispatch to Keuter'i from the Chinese capital ____ _ _ Arrive Winnipeg 1.3U P-ni. Monday, preferred (o accept commissions in May 3Ht; leave Winnipeg 11.55 p.m. imperial forces on tlie conclusion Monday, May 31st. LONDON, May 20. (By Canadian who of hostilities are laboring under a -lis- Arrivc Brandon 3.50 a.m. Tuesday, of grievance with regard June 1st; leave Brandon. 10.00 a.m., Ho leave of absence. They must pay Tuesday, June 1st. Arrive Rogina 4.20 _ ________ June 1st; leave Resina G.4J p.m., Tues-i ers are brought home Jrae. Another full ordinary fares both ways, when p.m., Tuesday, home, winie British offic- day, June 1st. Arrive Moose Jaw '.55 p.lri., Tues- day, June 1st; leave Moose Jaw 11.00 p.m., Tuesday, 3nue 1. S.OO a.m., Wed- nesday, June -nil; leave -Medicine ilet 1.00 p.m., Wednesday, June 2nd. Arrive 5.00 p.m., Wed- nesday, Juna 2nd; leave Lcthbriclge 1.30 a.m., Thursday, June 3rd. Arrive Calgary 7.00 a.m., Thursday, June 3rd; leave Calgary a.tu., Friday, June 4lh Arrive Edmonton 8.4.r> am. Friday, 1 June 4th Via Canadian National Hallways. Leave Edmonton S.OO p.m. Saturday, June 5th Arrive Vancouver 7.00 a.m. Monday, -June 7th Trip to Canadian Pa- cific S.S. j Leave Vancouver 10.30 a.m., Thurs- day, June 10th. Arrive Victoria !.W> p.m., Thursday, Thinks Wierd Stuff in Some Pa- pers of Both Countries Not Representative PHILADELPHIA, May and Americans should seeK io dispel the "cloud of misrepresentation and misunderstanding vhich tends to sep- arate Sir Auckland Geddes, British ambassador, declared last night In accepting from the Kranlclin Institute- a medal awarded by the Institute lo Sir Charles Algernon Par- sons, Inventor of the steam turbine. The ambassador said that never has it been so Important that rela tions between Great Britain and the United States cordial. "There are no misunderstandings that 1 know he continued, "no lack of complete cordiality, yet many ot your newspapers are filled with Departure Leaves Committee' taken competent advice and. ruled that Without Onnrnm la Hill ilha bm coula ahcai1- Thu ,com' imoiu mil uphcld the and Under Fire Now Dead? essrs' Duff. McKentie, chlsholm and hers left the meeting. OTTAWA, May Canadian light between several embers of the opposition and gov- EUient me labors on tho marine and herles committee came to a' head day when, after being overruled in contention-by the chairman, the beral members left tho committee win. When tha government support- s had gone ahead and passed the inor changes involved in the bill fere tha committee, II. H. Stevens id the action of the opposition mem- ers had not been equalled, so (ar us Wj since confederation. It was herefore highly desirable that a dc- slon'on the whole matter should be aoe io the bouse. A resolution mov- d by htm to this effect was then car- ed. Whether or no( a parliamentary com ilttee can carry on with a bill after ailing to get a quorum at a rcgularlj lied meeting, was the Bubjecj of a vely discussion. Tho bill nnder fire, eals with regulations regarding size nd capacity of. barrels, etc-, wording to William Dufferin, Liinen erg, and half a dozen others, or the present session. Government supporters, however ncludlng H. H; Stevens (Vancouver; rged that a regular meeting did nol III tho bill: E. V. Spinney, chairman, said ho had apparent injustice has come to light .__ ____ in connection witli gratuity to Canad-i strango verbal 0! what the ian officers ot the former.naval air service who have continued serving to June 10th; leave Victoria 2.16 p.m., Friday, Jnue llth. Arriro Vancouver 7.15 p.m., -Friday, June llth. Can. Pac. Ry. Leave Vancouver S.SO p.m., Friday, Juno llth. Arrive Lake Louise 8.45 p.m., Satur- day, June 12th; leave Lake Louise 4.00 Sunday, June 13th. iArrive Banff 5.00 p.m., Sunday, June 13th; leave Banff 10.00 p.m., Monday, .June Hth. Arrive Calgary 12.15 a.m., Tuesday, June loth; leave Calgary 1.45 a.m., Tuesday, June 15tn. Arrive Winnipeg C.OO a.m., Wednes- day, June 16th. Winnipeg to Toronto, via C.P.H. All- Rail Route. Leave Winnipeg 6.00 p.m., Wednes- day, June 16th. Arrive Fort William 7.00 a.m., Thursday, June 17th; leave Fort Wil- liam or Port Arthur 3.00 p.m., Thurs- day, June 17th. Arrive Toronto S.OO p.m., Friday, Juno ISth. P. the present time, instead of being re- patriated: io Canada after the armis- tice. Those who were, accepted in Canada itself were granted a gratuity of for each year's service. One officer, Itowever, wkh service- of years willi tho Canadians in France as a private and who was thea accept- ed for the air service, taken pris- oner ou the Frencli front, did IS months as a prisoner and after repat- riation, accepted service in South'Rus- sia. According to promises made him, he ousht also to receive a gratuity pi for eacli year, but the authorit- ies here now say that as he was not accepted in Canada for service, ha- is merely entitled to tho ordinary tem- porary officers' gratuity. This may be witbin the strict letter of law, but means that thia officer, who came witli the F.irst Canadian contingent and has1 served until now, is poorer for his war service by several hundred {pounds than many hundreds of Can- ndians who did net take service until tho war had proceeded three years. It is asswted that the air ministry the position that the promise of gratuity made to officers joining in Cnaada.was a mistake from tho first. Those denied it and are inclined to think that the air ministry had to stand by the mistake when there were many hundreds of such officers wait- ing around London for repatriation to Canada when they could unitedly have made an effective protest agajnst any attempt at repudiation, where as any protest tlie few officers now re- maining here will be ineffective. In Norway a. girl must have a cer tificatc that she can. cook before she can be married. VIENNESE GET EXTRA BREAD British or are doing..which make mo rub my eyes and wonder how when, where such surprising stuff cat be- written. There are newspapers in England, only a .few Uod, that are filled with equally weln descriptions of the ..United Stales, It: motives and its plans." Sir Auckland said he. did not be lleve In internationalism, but did re cogniz tary nuder former Prepiler AsquttU, will bscoiie high cbmuilssiuner ol New Palestine, a state top vthlca Hi i- tala received the mandate uiidqr tin Turkish A few years ugo, Mr. Ssmucl visited Canada and endurci certain criticism-on' account of remarks he made about the Manitoba educational New June Numbers of Beautiful Symphony Records Onwra (Shadow Song) Muia 49G96, 12-Inch Single DIM 91.60 Dcby Mini and Mammy'i Song, Lucy i, Luc; Gilo Swctl L Thi-Wlntxl uxl I KMW Loall Grmvenre. A2887 S1.0O Molly on (Irilh wd Brahmi V.lm In A Flat (Brahms) Jufca (Svutbem Dance) Percy Grainger, Piino Solo.' A6146 12-lnoh arid It C.uld (Waltz) from "Al Yoa Violin Soloi. A2912 lO-liwh Mlk.di Modl.t., Overture. Philharmonic Orchestra of New York. A8146 12-Inch Caused Dlsfiguroment. Itchyand Burning. Had Restless "My face came out In Itele plta that were core, and I scratched them consUnUy, then they turned into se-aljs, much disfigurc- ment. The skin was BO Itchy that 1 Irritated it by scratch- ing, The burning wa3 fitice, and I had many rest- less nlghftj. trouble lasted about a year before I used CuUcura Soap and Ointmsnt, and after using three catea cf Ccap and Wo boiea of Ointment Iv.-aahsaled." (Signed) W.Byroa, Ct. Dosilc, Que., Nov. 23, J913, i.Talw Cuiicura Soap, Olnlroent end TaJcura your daily toilet prcp-nd Burr, Tenor Dnet, and Rose of Vfrglnle, Henry Burr, Tenor Solo.. _. A2909 10-Inch Ntw ColamUm Recanli 'en Ik, lOll, mnJ SOll, tf Every Month al All Cflmmkit Dtmltn. COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE COMPANY, TORONTO. Tfao wor.d'ft aiandard for Itldney, liver, bhrlchr and uric 'add troubles t.acfl 16Q6J corrects sllmulateg vital organs, AH 50c. ft box, LocV for Viemo Geld NotABTemSfi mira the perfect 1 appearance of hercom- pltxion. Permanent and temporary ildn froubles arc cITtctiwty Rcducu un' At'jrAl color and correct; greasy steins. HigWy used with results ts iraiive for 70 ytus. Assiniboia Music Co. DEALERS 315 5th St. S. Phone 1545 Lethbridgc, Alta, J.D.Higinbotham Co., Ltd. G ou rat Oriental Cream THE REXALL STORE AGENTS ALBERTA'S PIONEER. DRUGGISTS' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS PHONES 1515 AND 322 FtSD T. HOPKiN.'- ;