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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN THE LETHBRIDGE UA11A JriBKALU SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 192Q Terms Of Convention Regarding atioiis PARIS, Nor. is a the loeaU administration copy of the convention coaciiided be- tweeu France, Italy and Great :I3nUia regarding military relstlous at Con- B'.antiuople. also on principles regard- ing a number of points 'for execution of the Turkish peaco treaty Article shall equality in Turkey between the contracting parties ie the conjposltlou of all lu- policing of "a'feas in which the special interest .of'France and Italy are res- pectively recognized contracting }J powers undertake not to dispute the preferred claim of the power whose special interests in such areas- are recognized to supply. euch assistance, This assistance shall be specially di- rected to enbancing-the protection af- same rights and privileges as llio powers whose- special interests aVo recognized lu the defined article.5.'' Article 7 reserves to Italy the right ot exploitation of the llem-lea coal bieiu. By article S the French and Italian governments agren to 'vithdraw their troops from tho rosnectlre areas when the signatories are agreed In consider- ing the treaty ot peace with Turkey la being executed. By article 9 the .Blgofctorles with special Interests accept responsibility tor supervising the execution of tho terms of tho treaty with Turkey (or teraatioual. 'commissions whether, forjed to the racial and linguistic miu- existing or to fce established charged critics in said.areas. the. 'organization anJ super-, ,Article two'provides that the pro- vision ot lhe> different public services duot3 aml nianjufactured articles coin- and for protection ot ing rrOm or going to the territorUss. do- racial, religious'and linguist mMvnS, colonies or protectorates ol their respective areas. The agreement is to be ratified, It Is provided in article 11 aud to he communicated to the Turkish govern- ment aud to be published and come Into'effect at the same time the Turk- ish peaco treaty goes into effect. ties. However, la'.the Turkish government desirous of obtaining Keep a bottle of pain-relieving Sloan1! Linimentv handy. the contracting. powers shall enjoy in the areas defloed-perfecl equality In all matters regarding commerce and navigation. Article Tlift-f contracting powers undertake to reiidcr diplomatic support to In maintaining their respective positions in the areas in which theirs special interests arc re- cognized. r Article four provides that the Anato- lian railway, the A liana railway and that' part of the Bagdad' railway lying in Turkish ter- rilpry as denned by the treaty with be worked by a company with its', capital furnished equally by as -md aches lls In uaE- atlca" lumbago" for exptolta- rsdest BtlfHotnW neuralgia. Forgot ?f ;the -nulroads within its area i special Interest. x you need it .when the unexpected _ rheumatic pains scia' inu: all. about buyiog another bottle 'and. j Get It may.need it tonight! This famous..'counter-irritant pene- trates withoutvrubbiiig- amV.scatters the congestion. The pain or ache Is EOOU no 'plaster: or mussfness, no slatned .skin. users it. British, -French financial 1', Its Interests in the Bag- Robertson Students, Numbering IS, Will Occupy Building; is THY Sfeps lo Promote Restoration of (he Internationale Considered liandy for the v.ufi'er needlessly. All 70c, SHO r don't special The signatories agree to support tho unification In the near future ot the entire railway-system in the territory remaining Turkish by, the establish ment.'of: adjoint .company to work those lines _Equality -'of treatment regarding rajlwjay" Vntes.'.nnd facilities for pas's- pngers their nationality, destination or origin Is provided for -'Article the J boundaries o( fho area in which the special in tercets are recognized v manuatorypowers for the territories detached from the former Turkish empfre will enjoy vis- avis with the contracting powers the HAVE BEAUTIFUL HAIR Oevil's Through sickness ,or tor the -want ot'.nourishment one's hair becomes lifeless. It changes your 1 whole appearance, gives a harsh look to your countenance. Delmays "Vita- IcneY. French Hair Tonic brings back to bsir, daintily perfumed and 13 jnot sticky.' Get a bottle todav. Prico m.OO. :Sold.iii Lethbrldge by Sydney J Jackson, piescription specialist, pkoue across' from: Alexandra .lAdvt. IXJNDIXV, XOT-. steps to promote restoration of the Socialist Internationale are to be considered at a two-day conference of the executive of the seeonrt Internationale in Lon- don, beginning today. Arthur Hender- son is the presiding officer and Includ- ed among the delegates ara-Vandcr- veldt, the Belgian Socialist, I.Ollo .Weils of Germany and Pietre Trouelslra of Holland. Among the steps to he considered is an affiliation with the Turkish So- cialists aud the dispatch of Arthur Henderson, James Hamsay Mac- Donald, former chairman of the Brit- ish labor Cam ill e Heuys- mans, tho Belgian Socialist, to investi- gate the situation -in Germany, Aus- tria ana Czecho Slovakia. The confer- ence has issued a manifesto to the workers ot the world denouncing Bol- shevism and the third Internationale, whose leaders are accused ot demoral- izing the workers. "What capitalism has never doing, fanaUcal .doctrines have accomplished in bur own says the manifesto.' "They have split the ot proletarian unity' from within. Tha methods of the leaders of the third Internationale belong to tho old world of Czardom, not to the new world'of Socialism." Presbyter- ian college, the minister-training school for the province, will shortly move Into new quarters, it was an- nounced, at today's meeting of the synod. Arrangements have just been made for the purchase of the building on avenue formerly occupied by the. Rose' business college, the price belng: It Is the iaten- 1 lion of the .collego board to. sell the 1 three houses 'now being occupied as residences, and to occupy tho now'quarters' as soon as the move can bp made.- IleV. Dr., McQueen announced the purchase the report to the synod of the.committee on colleges.. Tha present, quarters of Robertson' college, he said, were outgrown, better accommodation was absolutely, necessary; The Rose building will he used until- a 'permanent college build- Ing can be erected on the university FORMER GERMAN CROWN PRINCE MAKES HORSESHOES Holland, Oct. Gtr. man Crown Prince Frederick has taken up a hew trade. He now spends much of his spare making horeeihoet at the village blacksmith lhap. While his father saws wood'at Doom, son ham- mers out Iron on.the .forae. ft WEEK. AT nHD Hamilton Factory Also is Oblig- ed to Limit Working Week The employees of the Ford Motor C.ompany's plant at Ford have been notlDsd that owing to trade campus. Nineteen Students Sir Campbell Stuart, who -was born in Montreal, and who raised the Duchess, of Conriaiisnt-ii-'ifislvCaiiad- ian Rangers" the early, days' of the war, has been appointed manag- ing director of the; Times newspaper; He is 35 years 'of age: XMAS SAILINGS AMERICAN, RED STAR AJTD WHITE STAR LINES WHITE DOMINION LINE From Me.: Dec 4, "CANADA." .Dec. 11, "MEGANTiC'' ;From Halifax, N.S.- Dec. 6, "CANADA" Dec. 12, "MEGANTIC" Through New Nov- 27J "OLYMPIC" NOT. 27, "KROONLAND1 Dec. 4, "LAPLAND" Dei- Dec. Dtc 15, "ADRIATIC" The. report slated that the student roll at Jtqbcrtsqn for this term mini- bored. men, of whom "sis were in' the-graduating class for next spring. Among these will be the first Alberta-bora graduate in the person of .Charles Young a volunteer for the foreign mission field. The as given I by G, Rice, showed that Ihe budget of- the college had been S12.700. The "endowment fimd had low reached the nest-egg fund that was Intended lo provide fulure strengthening of the col- .cge's staff aud equipment. Westminster College .ot Westminster ladles' college-was also given by Dr. Mc- Queen. It indicated a student at- tendance residential and day -.capacity of the building' Tfas nb'w 'fully occupied. Nearly tow years on the three-years' lease of tho bunding had already ex- pired, and steps would be necessary without delay to' arrange for the erection of a permanent building. Under tha terms of the agreement with, the city, the permanent building on the site recently purchased must be begun not later than May, 1323. It is proposed to put ,up a college building to cost about and a campaign, under the direction ot the Ward Systems company, Is lo.bVcom- menced in hear future. Principal Keith -staled .that the work of the college was: going most satisfactorily'at the 5taf now complete, with.-e.xceP.ent re- sults already snowing >m__every de- partment. J--V' _ Conditions Almost Pagan Rev. J. W. Morrrnv. -of -'Medicine Hat, made a stroog plea tp_the synor for more attention to'the problem o Ihe rural sections of the province. lu an area la southern Alberta half a large as England and Scotland there lime at the factory will .bs reduced. to tour days per The now arrangement will begin tomorrow and continue indefin itely. Working on this.basis it vll be possible to keepfa fa.If. percentage of thejstaff. on; tfqty? although some l( perfect. -of tho men-haye been laid oft 'entirely. Hamilton Announcement- The John McPherson Shoa' Company has announced that while it would .-not reduce its em- ployees': wages owing to (ho market becoming slocked, it would bo obliged to put the men .on ouly tour days a W cekl You'll be pleased with Blue Ribbon Tea the first time-and every time you use it. j All live grocers sell it. Rates and full information nt- Agents or-Company's 286 MAIN STREET, WINNIPEG. ;Were only fourteen Sunday schools and hundreds of '.cliilcfreh'were grow ing tip under conditions that were prac iically psgan. 'For the province as a whole, .sal' Mr. Morrow, there were children lu the Presbyterian 'Sunda: schools, while there" should be In order to deal with situation j effectively anil heller- training for the yourieV'.a survey suggested, with a finding a means of overcoming'i'what was felt to be a'serious condition that did not DoritSaveYqurHau-; in a Haii-Receiver- Keep it onYourHead-with fteuibrcfelferpicide SoUbrDrac tad DeptrtauBt at ktttrr Bartfr SAopf 3, D. HIGINBOTHAM Spsclal Agents, TTHE fceilth of your and pill demandf tkat warmly cUd agunct winter vrimfa. warmly cUd ag Good_ taste demands that they be neatly apprdpriately dresxd. Econo id my dcmar.ds that their clothing be durable. Penmans Sweater CoaU combine toe of warmth, and durability. Sweater Coats STANDARD Or EXCZCLBXCE1 fnmituUmtld, Pent General Meeting G.W.V.A. SUNDAY AFTERNOON at 3 AUCTION SALE PURE BRED STOCK CONSIGNED TO CAPT. T, E. ROBSON .THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION At the Palace Li Very, 2nd Avenue South, Lethbridge ON THURSDAY; NOV. im CpMMENCIffG AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP SO HEAD OF COWS AND in caH and with calves at foot. Ages 3 to 7 years: Some of the dual type and some of Ihe best beof. Registered Shorthorns, Scotch lopped These are all sclected.stock. 9 HEAD at tool. n v..uu o and Uelfcrs. Some in call and some willQtalvcs at tool 4 REGISTERED SHORTHORN BULLS-1 (o 5 years old. n i A nwmlier ot choice nomoey Marsh and Ramboulette breeds, from 1 to 3 years old. 1 REGISTERED CLYDE STALLION, rising two voara old. TRED w.elght 8200 foa1' TERMS CASH CAPT. I.E. ROBSON, Owner and Auctioneer A Clergyman's Wife Wants Women to Know Advant- ages of Internal Bathing It women could 'only see the thous- ands of letters Dr. Tyrrell has receiv- ed from grateful women In all parts of the world. thanking him for his wonderful invention for Internal Bath-: ing they would soon discard the medi- cine bottle and looic to- the real cause of their..trouble. 95 ot all human Ills are duo to accumu- lated waste In the Colon, or. large lower Intestine. Warm water; propt erly used J. B. L.'Cascade, will relieve the cause of y'our troubles, and perfect health will follow. A 'Winnipeg clergyman writes: "My wife is naturally sensitive having her name appear In public print, yet is anxious that others know what _______ the J. Cascade has done for her.' augur well for the fulure of Alberta. It has really given her a of life. For years had iifen doc- toring for which'' .he- cam o worso each year. Since" using the J. B. L. Cascade, drat about four years ago, she has not been sick a day, "and has become "robust arid strong again. Should any person wish this letter you aro at liberty to give my n able in pri- vate." The J. B .L. Cascade Is shown and explained "at the Red Cross Drug, Hook Co., Lelhbridge. The J. n.'K Cascade Is an Invention perfected by Dr. Chas. A. Tyrrell of New York, and has done more during the past few years, to restore health and less- en disease than all other means Com-' blned. Ask for booklet explaining all about Interim! Hatlilug and what It has done_for others. It la free, or write to Tyrrell's Hygienic Institute, 163 College Street, Toronto. STOMACH ON A SfRIKf s Diapepsin" puts Sour, Gassy, Acid Sioniaclis in order at once! Wonricr what your sloraach portion of (he JOCK! did tho you? Well, don't bother. II your stomach is in a revolt; if sick, gassy and upset, and whnt you just ate has fermented anrl turned sour; head dizzy and aches'; uclch gases and acids and rructatc undigested oat a tablet or lw.o of Pape's Dlapcpsln to help neutralize acliTUy and in five mlatiles you won- dorwliat liecatno of tlie indlgesHon and clffitrcss. If your Ktomacli doesn't take care of your liberal limit without rebellion; If your fond Its a damage Instead of D help, remember the quickest, surest, most harmless antacid Is Pape's Dia- ponalu, whicji so llltlo at drug slorea, Alberta Retail Merchants Assn. Successful iri'Its J-A'i> plication (Edmonton Journal) .In confirmation of lht! press dis- palch from Ottawa announcing 'that the Dominion government hail ed to release retail nlorcharits in cer- tain lines from ihc double ary .lames Kcllas.'of the Alberta de- tail Association ot Canada, this mnrr.lng received a telegram from Dominion Sem-tary B.. M. fr'owern, Cpntalnlns the welcome announce- ment, "We are very well satisfied, (n- (Iced." said Mr. Kcllas to The Jour- nal this mnrnlng In discussing the eov- Rrnmcnt i.-..vcn. have ob- tained everything wo asked for and the amended regulations will bo much fairer to the lines affected than the original order, undoubtedly worked a hardship in many Jnstan- COKl" Tho action taken at OUawa follows upon sUrnnR representations made to the governrconl by the Dominion board of the llotoll Mirrclianta' Assoc- latlon ot Cjna-la. In which It was pointed out (hnt merchant tailors, bArilvrarc riaiils, milliners h'rd fDrrkrs sfrlpiisly affected by Ijelnf! compelled to take out a nian- ufaclurer's llrrnse and to pay'the manufacturer's sntcs lax of two per cent, as well 113 a retail license, while they Vf.Ttj aim obliged lo collect the luxury las. 'flu: decision of the gov- ernment it to rnloaso those linen from the manufacturer's license and filso tho manufacturer's tax. An order-In- council connrmln? this announcement it a expected, will 6e passed shortly. You Are Looking So Much Better