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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'MAY. 1920 HERALD PAGE ELEVEN Conference at on Fri- 1 day and Saturday to' Effect Organization (r'rom Our OWD Correspondent) CRANBROOK.'B. .c., that the smoke KRS clop-red away from Cranbrook's moiister Victoria Day celebration, the business men of the city are Interesting theiasolvcs in ap- other event of .considerable Import- ance to the .is the con- ference of bwrilf afilrade' of East Kootenay, which, place on Fri- day and ttits week at ln> vermere. Out gathering' Is peeled lo coma to bi known as tho Associated ot East representation froml Cranbrook fifty strong, Is morning, and there will be from lo- cal boards of as far cast as Ferule, west.-to'Cresipir anil north Golden, and in addltlgn thore will he 'other places' officially represented IS In tho such as Willmere, Windermere, Athalmere, etc. The first business session.'Is'expected take place oa Friday evening, 'and the busi- j ness will be taken tip again the lol-l lowing day. On.''.'Friday afternoon lharo will be an .informal .reception tendered to and In tho evening a cbmpUmenlsry. banquet is to be given. Some'promljient visitora expected preBcnt and take In tho proceedings, and some TepreaentativeB of R. are also expected to be: there and'.show (ho progress tho la making in establishing Inyermere as .a .coming tourist Considerable ratorost attaches Itself to this event, which..." is another real tffort at tho of trade of.IhedUtrict; and it Is felt that a of good may be accomplished and the interests of East Kootensy materially advanced in ttns getting together] and working out from common of of In >hich. Mogl principal .-shareholder, was I fpy lowbd today by Iho of the .Yokohama Sarines IJaolr of wVth M. Mogl Is president. HON. EDWARD BROWN Provincial Treasurer of Manitoba, vbo announces 4hat the banks of Cto- ada aad U f led arcitw) flnaucial crisis bj- curtailing credits. DUBOIS IS NEW HEAD OK REPARATIONS COMMISSION PARIS. May reparations commission hss eleclcJ Louis Dubols, of that body en the proposal of -Sir John Dradbury. principal Bri- tish representative on the commission. if. Dubola recently was appointed French delegate on the cijmmlsslon o tako the place of forncr President oincaro Kho.reslghed. THE "ARMY OF THE BUND" IN OELFMIESIO auu aim 10 sena a depuration 10 me i'rime Minister arrived IB on Si ollce and immigration authorities a and next day they held s, demonstration in Trafalgar Square. Tho picture short part of mystery. I for the demonstration. Many banners were carried in the procession. OTTAWA, 'Moy Canadian Press iho houee this afternoon, Hon. Jj. Mackenzie King asked If tho resolutions. now .on Iho ordey paper the ;bnsfne8E ...before 1 lie further'Kgiilatiotfi to be submitted. Sir Robert Itorden replied that the matter vras not absolutely determined. He hoped to mako an announcement in a day or two. Dr. Edwards, of Frontenac, then continued the budget debate. He cpn- sratulated'Ihc finance minister on having removed the remaining IV, per cent wnr tai and outlined tho recant fiscal history ot the Dominion to shoir that Conservatives had' douo more Uian IJherais to rodnco tha tariff on agricultural: implements to its WILLIAM WILSON SOUGHT BY AMERICAN POLICE May William -W3- allu Smiib. who la wajiiul a. WSanipeg, OMfcntoon and other lor matsj under Jalso pre- tcnsos, arrested Tnuiaoona, la now declared by tha pedicd to ba barger Ha la irsnted at Topaka, Kansas, jftiff She iol4-m) ol tio gtalo iKoUuiial Trnit: U Bcnilev, In October, 18M, wlar. Ji Is alleged, J95.COO was by iiia and his confederates Ho probcHy win ba banded over lo Uie Arflfric Conference. Opens on Monday at Last Two Weeks OTTAWA, 5fay tives from Great Britain, Canada, Ber- muda, tho Bahamas, Jamaica, Dcme- rara, Granada, BarhadqeB and ward Islands will attend the West Indies-Canada conference which opens in Ottawa on Monday. Tho delega- tion from Dcmcrara, Cranadn, Borba- doca and the Leeward Islands are al- ready in Otiawa. The remainder are expected to arrive in tbe uoiirso of tha present week. The official list of tho delegates to tbe conference was made public to- day. It is as follows B. Jackson, member of the. logislatiya council, Hon. S. S. Spurting, chairman of tho trade department and member of tho bouso of assembly. Ha rcourt Malcolm, speaker ot the house pt assembly. Jamaica The attorney-general, yrilh -Messrs.. :Jphnsdn, commercial J. member ol the legislative council; advisors.; JrM. lieid. Ferguson. b. Phillips. McDonald Croat: lAniery, of Estate foi British trado' commissioner to Can George Foster, mini stcr of trade- and commerce; Sir Henry Drayton, minister of finance; Hon. Martin. Burreil, minister of cus tome. C. H. 1'ayne, private secretary lo Sir George Foster, Is acting secretary o the conference.. The conference'.'Opens In the Vie- to'ria Museum) Ottawa, on Honda? and Is expected to last for a couple ot weeks. Tho sittings will bo In camera. .While in Ottawa, the conference will be entertained by tho Dominion government'. Tho plan of entertain went has, however, not yet been deter- mined, JOHN BRACKEN GOES .TO HAN, AQRIC, COLLEGE WINNIPEG, May Winni peg Tribune this afternoon gays: John Bracken, who has been a mem ber of tho faculty; of the University of Saskatchewan lor ten years as pro fosaor of field husbandry, hail been principal o[ the Manitoba Agricultural College to succeed j. B. resigned to he come principal of the Ontario Asricul I lural College at Giiolph. Are your gums tender? Do they weed vrhen brushed? out {OT Pyorrhea. Tliisdiseaseoflheeunis.whlchafilicts four out of five people forty, not only destroys the teclh, but often weeks the health. In Pyorrhea, tic gums become, fcponBy. then recede; tho teeth decay, loosen, and fall must he ex-' traded to rid the system of tho infcct- ing Pyorrhca cenna which breed In pockets about them. These germs low- er the body's vitality and cause many diseases. You can keep away. Visit, your dentist'often for tooth and gum inspection, and use Italian's For Ihc Gums. Foriian's For the Gums prevents checks il3 progress, it in lime and used consistently Ordinary dentifrices cannot do this. Vorhan's keeps the euros firm and tcclh white and clean, Start using it today, H your pirns fiavc receded, use Fornan's according to directions, and Consult a dentist im- wedialclyjojyipcdal .35c and tubes in Canada and U. b. If youf dcugpsl camot supply you, send price lo us direct and wovrifl mail luiK FORHAffS, LTD., Mmtittl The finding of iba body of- a baby Irl In a pall on a rubbish heap at (ho oot ot Clyde street, Port Huron, hj? ven lha Michigan city and Sanria and emvJoy COAST SHIP STRIKE NOT RECOGNIZED BY THE, SHIPOWNERS B.C.; Ijopee that a conciliation board would be appointed' to- the coast- wise Shipping'dispute went by the board thbj inomlnj.irheu the EhlpowE- ers toot the stand tint there wis Dolh. IDS to >o They there K non-union men for ilis ships, but', no, discrimination would, be sbOTrh aay union man to TforV. A ot li being held this afternoon" to'ietermine fut- ure action. Conditions VICTORIA, B.CV J. W. ?o! the B. C. Coast Steamship this morn- In; stated that condltlopp xere fast becoming normal, and- he had no doubt the situation irpuld sooa be straightened out. to Ihe-.r conflll night, the crowd wl Miss Dottoroff, est foot In Chicago, paid; (60 for a pair of shoes and wants'the dealer .Jailed. He says he- be- cause it.took, three of his salesmen at }4S a wccjt half day to wait oa I her every time Ehe'camo-la, FORTHE GUM MEASURING ENERGY An Bnglioii sciential, A. D. Waller, claims to have of measuring and tho picture ahows him breathing Into a big after climbfng a flight of steps. Iho amount of carbon dioxide breathed before and after climb determines tho amount of energy expended in tho performance of tho laslc. ;ho woman la "holdiiiK the clock" on the einor- I NAVY CUT ETTES package Twt> for 3S cents MEN! you appreciate the quality of, Players Navy Cut Cigarettes Because they satisfy all that you ever dreamed of asking for in a Jthe finer points .that cost money to produce. 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