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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 21. 1920 THE LFTHBRIDGE DAILY ESRA'D PAGETH1HTEEN ff N. S. PROHIBITION VOTE ON OCTOBER 25 Is Effective Answer'to -Loud Waits About French Using Black Troops May scenes in xh'o meeting ot the German assembly yesterday arose over the discussion of the fmnlojment ,by the .ol black troops In the occupied area. Addlt Koester, minister ot foreign af- fairs, replying to an Interpellation complaining ot ot savage brutal- ily by tueae" troops toward women and children, said, only a tithe ot these horrors were known, and 'that pro- tests from Great Britain, the Uattcd States, Sweden and Norway had made 3s litlle impression on the French government as'the Oermau protests, and Germany intended to appeal -to the league of nations so that ins mor- al pressure of the whole world could be brought to bear upon.Krauce. Fran Independent Socialist, then caused' an uproar fcy reminding the tulerpellitore that they bad-said nothing about the ol immoral bru 'iilljy committed by Qertuau soMiere against womea In iluealR, Belgium anil eUevhere.. Indignant, shouts pi from to ONLY-A FEW MORE v v -x, DAYS T0 PUN in A ..in- -L 'J '3 i r" i. HALIFAX, N. S, May Tho vote for and against the ot exportation anil tbe bringing In of intoxicants fdr beverage Into Nova Scotia, was set yesterday lor the 25th of October, announced by J.'H. Grant, 'ot the Temper- ance Alliance, "Unheard of pre- ented-tho speaker from continuing, he.waited usperiurbeil for the storm then resumed, paly meet euewed Interruptions. "This is only a racial fight against tbe declared Prau Zei'li, amid entwed shouts ot "Leave the house." She. retorted: "It is the fault ol 11 IUD capitalistic governments that le blacks have remained behind In irilizalioa. The history of the .Ger- jau colonial policy le one long story il German cruelty." Atttr ispeee.hes by, other inemhere i! TJie'Rssemblj' protesting against tuo ittcriincea ffau Zeitz, the storm ulisidej. CALGAKY, May opening session of the International waterways commission will.be held here at 2.3< o'clock this afternoon Instead ol at 10 o'clock Saturday Invitations to attend the conference havo been extended to all cities ant towns la the province as. it the only on6 held "in Alberta. Includ in local citizens who will attend be the mayor and city coninils iei's, the members of tbe city coun representatives ot the .United Far mers, board of trade, grain excbang and William Pearce, statistician li the .Canadian Pacific Railway. OLD G. T. R. OFFICIAL DIES MONTREAL, May neat has occurred following a short illncs from pneumonia ofV George Rtchar N'ash, lato assistant', general purchas ing1 agertt for Trunk Rai way. He was 83 years ot age. THE PAS, May Canadian 'croMlnfl MOOBC Lake, just south of htre, five Indian boyt were upset from the canoe drowned. They had been hunting In the Muckrat swamps and, -while returning, en- countered a heavy storm. lermaay Able to Make Good Start oh indemnity But Needs Some Help MANCHESTER, Eng.. May Writing on the forthcoming conlerence i Spa with the-Germans, the Berlin correspondent of the Mancheste Guardian says: "I am assured on very high author ily that Germany is potentially in a position to put forward a reparation estimate that ought not to fall slio: of intelligent and reasonable allies demands, hut it will be express! pointed out that the naming of figure must be made dependent upo the restoration or the European econ otnic machine to something like work ALL _ EYES RIGHT OH sor Table -Sait Infe order. The present chaos render any reasonable conversation Impoi .slble. Among the conditions nccei sary lo a reasonable discussion at likely lo be fclincl in the following: "The granting to Germany of a mo< crate amount of shipping tonnage, sa Ions. At the moment she ha not sufficient tonnage- for her mln mum coastal allocation lo German oE'tho liqnidatloa tlie German property in England an France In pounds'and francs, Ajncric and Brazil have left the way in th matter. Germany, und the treaty, comnellcd to coi pensaic her dispossessed nationals an amount likely to be beUveejoi.t anrt 20 billioii gold marts, at any rato stupendous arid under present com .Ions, mtolerabic 'sum. which con inly rmean a catastrophic addition :he p.apcjf inflation. L ArrfsUc reduction of the' grossly costs i of the occupuiipn, which anapuiit lo betweeu-two aiifl-three, bttlion marlis. InsiKtence upon impossibil- ity of fulfilliug-tbe coal, phH- tltG.'SUcsian coal field is '-If., restorat.ion pf economic Oennany and her neighbors, or at'.least on the basis of reciprocity. This last is the most im- portant condition of all." of Paint Will lighten Your Home How much finer, prosperous and conse- quential' your home will look witH a new of paint inside and outside. V You'll appreciate how seedy it.really looks now with its present veneer of soft coal sool -and the traces of winter's thaw. IT LOOKS WELL AND PAYS WELL TO PAINT UP And if your neighbor "paints your house will suffer by the contrast. Then, too, there is an economy-consideration as well as one of pride. Your house will deteriorate less in appearance, in Wear and m value If you keep it in good condition from decline by our rain-resisting, sun-fast best for inside or out- side use, (Continued from Krunt fage) of the Standard Oil Compaay of ew Jersey, Jji speech In Cajlfof- la In which Mr. BeJfoid Is as aylng lhat Iho Carrauza goveifiiment id discriminated against .United, tates oil firms anil that virtually no 1 had gouty to the oiatfs dur- ing 1919. V'.' "This statement seems lo be extn- continues the newspaper, when, we remeuiber that latc-B holdings are larger uum any tner country and that the produrtlpu I the Mexican oil welts In preceding ears-reached'the Immense total of jcty-four Million barrels. A RfiriLous' Course "In one poiitlcei on -hlch the Standard Oil Conjpsny pre- Ident vealared. we may sec a sharp ndicatloa- of the perilous 'course long which .-VYasWnslou rcent Is'helng'urBed. This vras a