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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK TWELVE LRTHEnmGE DAILY HEBAU) FRIDAY, -MAY 1U20 PAYING DEARLY FOR WHISKEY IN IRELAND O )td Heading So Says in Ad- dress to International Law Association PORTSMOUTH. Eng.. May (By Associated The league ot na- tions was the subject c-f discussion at too opening session yesterday ot the 2Sth conference of the lutertmlon- Law The Karl of Heading, lord chief juslicc. presidej. There wore numerous foreign dele- fates present, hut two Germans, who were expected lo come, have not ar- rived. Reading, speaking at the lun- rheoa cf the association, fait] that the league vt nations, which he Iruslod would ia the future represent inter- national law, was the hope of human- ity. To skeptics antl scoffers who said iiiat iiit? league would not accomplish much, he would fay tbat If the league was not lo succeed, It It would not give a ray of hope hi ending wars, there was no alternative. Lord Reading, in presidential address, expressed the belief tbat In- teruaiL'nal law would never recover from the blow struck during the war unless (ho league of nations bccanw an effective organization. U was melaccholy reflection that wbile In- ternational jurists and iren of high Ideals -were striving to prevent war, nations by every means in their power tried to out do. each other in the strength of tbelr death-dealing But out of that struggle had come a great epoch-making covenant of tho leagua of nations. Jiay chief secretary for Ireland today re- ceived at the casllo a deputa- tion representing the. Licensed Cirocers' and Vinters' Associa- tion, who wanted sanction to fix the price of whiskey In the future. After a consultation, it was agreed to fix the price at ill-pence a glass. !election, and said Mr. Crerar's party thus associated itself with au organ- ization which had for its aim the. de- jstructlon of responsible government. I Mr. Nicholson quoted a letter writ- IS THE HILL NAMING COAL ADM1NISTKATOK UNCONSTITUTIONAL? Algoma Member Hinls (hat Far- i mers Are Associated With Red Element leu by Mrs. Henderson to the leaders of-Iho Winnipeg strike, em-losing a copy of the constitution of sovletr; proved by Lea in e and Trotsky. Ac- cording to this letter, Mrs. HeuOersoii satd she was an adrauced Socialist before she bocatuc a Bolshefist. The One Big Union was responsible for Mr. McDonald's election, though Mr, Nicholson knew that Ihc Temls- fcamlni; member was nut connected with that organization. TO HELP NORTHERN ONTARIO TOURISTS OTTAWA, May the b'jflscl debate last night G. II. N'icholfOn. Al-j goma East, said before the country' could seltlo down, tho question of free trade versus a moderate tariff bad to be Eetlled. lie quoted the premiar t'f Ontario, Hon. E. C'. Drury. an out-an-d- Meeting Grows Quite Wrathy About Luxury Tax on Clothing PORT ARTHUR, Ont.. May i By Canadian Northern Ontario Outfitters and Tourist Associa- tion was orgauitcd yesterday M largely attended meeting here of resentatives of. railways from Mont-' TORONTO, Way cloth-1 iers of. this city itiei yesterday and j discussed tho luxury- tax at some j length ami with considerable warmth. It stated thnt tho retail clothing Irado was al a standstill. One dealer i declared that the public would no: i buy clothes at present prices. A nuin-f ber of telegrams were' received from; various sections of tho country com- plaining t'riat the new tax was seri- ously interfering with the clothing business. It is understood that similar meet- ings will ho called in the various prov- inces and that a united deputation will to Ottawa and lay the clolhiers' grievances before the There's a Bob i'Qn; Glove for Every Job Freight Hftedlers Stone numbers Kivcln i fricl lirti i Smelters Mouldcts Ranchers Miaers ftwt Driven If your li not livted be re, lie your denier BOB LONG UNION MADE GLOVES by skilled workmen from leather obtainable soTt anil pliibie. R. G. LONG 4 Co., Ltmiltd Wiiuilp.i TORONTO Moairt.l 890 Lmf Braiffa Ceoit fa Ceatf 1SI OTTAWA. May Canadian the senate in- troducing tor second miding a bill to contiriiio lie oflirc ol Jlr'.ttolr of coal !n Alberta. Senstor liobert- EOU satcj. In answer lo Senator Bel- court, that ho had consulieJ tha jus- tice department as to the coustltu- lionallty cuo legislutlou anil hat] been assureJ that it was not ultra vires. Senator Belcourt, utd that despite the opinion of tho Justice de- partment, ha was ftill o[ the opinion that the bill was uucoastUuttoual. NEW YORK FUNDS NEW YORK. May r-x- cliangc steady today at }S.9 (or demand aud 53.91-H (or cables. Canadian dollars 59 cents. 7.J f in June out free trader, as staling, that the I real westward, trappers, guides and I Increase In the cost ot producing rood- outfitters. The organization is for the j stuffs on an Ontario farm through "the tariff was only four-fifths of one per purpose of furthering life lourists and guides, Ihe welfare vf cent. He declared that much of thcj emlfittcrs, protection of game and fish unrest in the country was due to state-! and tho re-stocking of lakes and ments made for political purposes by I streams. -members of.tbe house and public men.) Mr. Nicholson charged Hon. T. A. i AUTHORESS DEAD Crerar with heading the greatest com-i CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May bine In Canada. He also charged Mr., Mrs. Eleanor Hodgman Porter, an Crerar with responsibility for sending authoress, known especially for her Jlrs. Rose Henderson, of Montreal, to take part in'the Temiskaming bye- "Pullyanu.V stories, died at her homo last night. Make good stoves and Cooking utensils. Pair of Rats in Four Years Would Increase to Nearly Confirmed Cannibals tached half open at tbc too end. Wo place that over is douo iis a rule in the country, and send a ferret in to drive the rats out. They slk'k in tho stocking, utid we-just lift them out. It is quite.'an easy nuttier to pick np a rat If you know hiv-v lo do it. You your hand quickly In front of lits eyes, clap the other over his back, and grasp the skin at the back of his nock with -your thumb and forefinger. Caught lip like this IK is harmless.' ''7 Ilat catching is' an art whiich has fallen into decay, and there'-aro few 'skilled rat-catchers ia London today. A- trained maul-car, easily round up forty dozen rats few hours of darkness. Mr. A. Turcolte, 13 Third avenue, Toronto, caught thirteen uiuskrats in his cellar. The back ot his lot Is near au inlet from tho Rideau Canal. Ho first set a (0 rccomraoTul ,t Iniuiccmsnl to tho rat. ,0 m 1 was once summoned to a brand wns made vo cMitly by H. A. Dennison, a well- known owner and trainer ot fine (rot- ting horse j. residing at Xov2U Kast Sih Cal. >ir. nlKiu has lived in California for K lie Is years of age and hay brand In Ixmdon. They liart Miat only a IKK weeks after1 Iho coinplcllon of (ho hnildliiR. When a hnnsr> Is Ijplnj; put up work- rrion Icrtvn fragmrnla of tlic-lr .food un- der Itif! flnorlnp. 'L'his ottraela and when Ihc hnu.ifi IP finisbrrl thoy lyioak tliftlr wriy inlo II. Kd thnnigh n concrete flooring. Rat-Catching An Art. A pimply llilnt; we use IH the storking This Is merHy a bcavy iron cHU a clocking at- Ills iircscut lino of for oil Hi: is on tlio coast. Tanlac ia sold In I-ollibrirlgn Jolin D. fllginhotham ft f.'o.: In Coal- linrst hy JJianiord Drug fc SlaMonery Stole, and in Warner liy .Mrs. N. lx-r- WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF VICTOR RECORDS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WILLIS PIANO STORE "HOME OF CANADA'S BEST 707 Third Am South (Hull Block) Phone 662 "LEFT ALL ALONE AGAIN BLUES" The big hit from "The Night Boat1' With dash and. brilliancy, Itany Ratlcrman's Xovelty Orchestra produces a wonderful Fox Trot in this number, while on the other side, Kruegcr shows tvhat a saxophone 'can do in the of a One-elcp. "Hli Master's VcietV Record 21 61 4O Popular "His Maker's Voice" Dance Numbers 1 Like To Do For Trot fiiily Murray's Men >2T6307 Hilly Murray's Mdody MenJ Just Anoltier Wallr CoftmaTi's Fov Trot Cowman's Orchcilra Fox Trot Novelty Otclieitia Bluca For Trot Kadcrman'a Novdty Otchtstra) Oh! My Onc-Srep Mrfody Men Ic Nile-Fox Trot Murray's Melody Men Walts Ren Hotca Sweet Wahz All 10-inch double-sid-d Hear tliem at any "His Mater's Voice" dealers Manufactured bf aXAH-O-rilOXK LIMITED, MOXTRfAt- We Are Agents for the V1GTROLA and VICTOR RECORDS Large Stock of Both from which to Select ason LETHBRIDUE, ALBERTA. ;