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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE LETH BRIDGE DAILY IIEP.ALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7. PARIS, XOT. coun- now taVicg inventory cf ihi4 iein of the peace i-oiitVrtr.te. or- dearorJnf to decido whai probably Ti-lll be unsenied witoa the 1 corner io close and how these will be or. A nombsr ol will be le'i in ihe hsnds o! an ambassa- dorfal co ordinal ion comcjiilep. Tbi1 reparaUons which will be the most Imporinai of ihe lerence arrinsenicius. rrtnainiDg in Paris, will have -i considtrftble personnel anil n grea; amount o( wori iDtldenlsl 10 eiecuiion of the Germ.in peice treaty, r.oi trans- ferred 10 ihe various of.'irep. A great mass cf icauer.-; which have been under by the supreme Experienced motbtn Zim-Buk it best for chil- drea't injuries and ikin became: His poisonous mineral coloring, H is outs and burns taking the wrong way. It 13 pain quickly. H heals every time. Just as good for grown- ups. Sold at ail sloret and co-jr.cil are not. sirictly speakinjf. pail f i ho iifgp'.UitLons. Confe-iuent- ly. all wblch curae be- fore peace fcoJy because lie heidt" if iJio were here, bm vhioh vi oro noi properly pir! of ieai.'f eetilieinem work, win revert IQ lie various foreign TLtro MS a lomier.cy for the various capitals. Lui certain clung to ilioory that (he su- preme oounri! -is much rower m ite :i Ii is blili :hai a nil ibe Adriatic coast con- tniTerdy may be si it led by the su- preme cc.uacjl. Negotiations to this end are- gi'irig en informally. Foreign Minister Tiuor.i. of Iialy, who repre- sents Italy on the cosincH, is at presaut ill. oihor n: embers of ihe Italian delegation art carry Ing ou U now generally agreed that tlie supreme council cau DLH tako any definite action looking to ihe settle- ment of the future of Kussia and Tur- key, "but the opinion is held ihai a special conference will be cnlleJ latsr to dispose of the Turkish question. The Ilulgarian treaty probibly wifl te signed in a Te-.v Jays and i: is be- lieved if the Kuropean powers repre- sented In Ihe supreme council can senle ineir differences orer the KM- aianijn situation tfio council can shortly recognize a government in Hungary and Regoiiaio. a' treaty with [it. i I Hut whether these questions zre dis- of or the peace ccnfereDca i will come to an end before January Isl ai the latest. Take More Hun Ships BERLIN, NTov_ noio of the supreme council calling upon Germany [o send Paris delegates to sign a protocol, agreeing to carry out certain unfulfilled provisions p! the armistice to surrender oi railway ill The I it Victory Loan Should be loyally support' ed by every citi- zen. Thir Bank gladly furnishes full information, and is pleased to co-operate with intending sub- scribe rs. raid-up Cipilil Uncut FtcJ 13.COa.IW Refocrcti THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING tn cold wnler tor ft little vhllt parlni K you wish them to while. Well It nimtnenl mm hu preseirt- ed one C T small desirovers as a penally tor ihe British Government takes toll lor European 1m- of ;he warships al Scapa i n i C II M L I now. i porter Seems to Sutler IVlost. Vteen, as befor. the if not lower. Tha CAUSICB discussion among Cantdian i rale on a bushel of wheat from ForL STORK uqsiNG_POPULARITY cC'inYriti H.I. i. CUSICB s ST. LOUIS, Tne Elork bis sur- WQO haib ln E0m8 casej William to Georgian Bay was 2'h cenli rerea anotaer loss ol popmarily in ibe ih3t now Ihal the war1 during the past 13 lhis cliy-hls average for the period js OTer and [hc darjger 0I submarine ol 1919, endin- Jaly 1, having slumped Uiere should' be some approximately 12 per cent tjelow. bii ,reiiej Instearl ot that, rates on the record (or the same period o[ 191S. Atlantic continue at a price about sii 1 'AccordiuE to Max. Kaulfman, secre.-or limes, hisher-tian betore the lury or ihe city health department, war. .This considered "to b'e a han- Ihere ivere S.421 to July. 11, 'dlcap" on 'foreign Irade and (here has of the current years as compared with been some, inqairr as to prospects for '253 births for tho lite perlooSot For freight rales oa a Iocs of S72. X eraln on _tbe'Tipper lakes are as low In all these conditions of ill Every woman who ia Weak, Anaemic, Nervous, or Run-Down needs THOUSANDS of women in Canada to-day are suffering from Weak- ness, Anaemia, nnd aic in a run-down condition. Some are perhnpj bravely bearing ihe stroin ol reiponsibilily pu) upon have ao [ar lost Ihe buoyancy of good health and apiiitj Inat they have almost forgotten the joy of real good health. Others ate not awaie of how different they Would be if they could retlly get well. All are suffering needlessly, and if you who are weak, anaemic, nervous and fun down could realize what a short course of mean to would not continue lo needlessly. You would get bollla of Wi'ncarnia nl once, from la-day, begin to derive the new health and new life thai Wincainis pio- molca. Remember thai j-our health 'I your moat valuable possession. WiQcsinii Ii a Ionic, i relloiative, a nerve locd II In one. Therefore il new blood, new netvo (orce Olid vililily. I. vrJ, y oter 1 Doclon recom Kit. n J hai been (imoui in lot morcltiin a Ihird ol tccnlurr. lhal it kal Ihem lo V'll'l tnj llrenirtli, Don'l tonluic it willi iho inltiiot prepaialioni ol limilir ntlurt.' AcMpI nombilil.jlel. Buy Wincjrni. ilitll. Don'l Ul homo worriel (oigcl lo buy yoa.-iell bollfo of Aik j-our it it In two liiei: t Office: C7 PORTLAND ST., TORONTO. iSK S. DAI.L, Resident Director, COLE.MAN CO., i.Tn., Wincarnis Works, I 3 cents. It may go a little higher forc the close of naiieatlon, but then la DO Mrtainty u yet of Before the-Tar, in the dullest season the rate fell to 1 cent, but at the .busiest ssa- wn it rose as high as 6 cents.. Space or late shipment Is secured by eratn ;en (hrough Ihe Chartering Commit- ;e at AVlnmpeg, whlet operates dcr instrucUom Crorn the Gu ?at Board. Brltlth GovtrnmeM'i Attitude lien It cornet to ahlpment to E3ur- pe, the British fuvwnmtnt has a ood deal to In natter. Brit ttlll controls portion ol be ocem tonnage, and the fUlcment iraa fraaVly admitted by rralu men that Ihe La-realiHlng u much as poflalble aa an Important'meant if rerenue. "And Uiat povernment ertalnly needs said one exporter. The British govern jftserves what apace 1L needs md pays a rale fixed therefor ml allows tho Tessal owner to charge what he plcajes for the bal LakJDf care to realize ai, much M poulble out of that revenue hrouch. the taxation of prof IU at u ilfh la other .-words, thli U orm of tax Impoied by the British rorerniacDt, from wblch It derlTCi a lum. proceeding IE Justified, n the of iome of grain men, by the itlll comparative icarclly-ol ocean ahlpplos through the raragea of the submarines and by 'BrltAln'i necepilty. (Irera la no competition In :he marvel for the exported product be buyer has to pay all the charge: ror freight, but where there com petition Ihe buyer would not bare to jay It all, and there would some d] sari vantage for tbe Canadian exuort er. In the case, for example, of but :er, there woul-i be competition from :he United States or Australia, "Even lo timber Canada has no monopoly and Norway and Sweden, which alac export this product, have advanl age of having their own An ex ample tr. monopoly, however, woulr be tho case of bananas, watch wouli Eo from the United from thi United Fruit Company, which also haa Itfl own chips and virtually n< compelltlon from other countries, that here the Importer In Rirop would be at the ciporter's me'rcy. An otter factor ID Ibo high rales Is th low amount of west-bound traffic which leads the ship owcer to realtz as fully an possible Kafit-bnuii' cargoes. The fact that Canadian vcs eelJ out of Montreal are booXed full tn the end of tho eeasou Is an Indies Lion of the heavy traffic and the prof liable nature of the condition. How Wheat Ii Shipped Speaking of principal grain shipments from Canada tnla year, exporter enld yesterday that tbe eal the Greek government was made on the condlLfon that (fiat gortrnrnen should provide the shlpi, and in funds to pa? for the wheat would b? put on this aide of the water. Tn th of wheat to (he British raont, Ihe latter supplifrs the shlpg and In the Bale to int Belgium gov ernment, It Is underelood lhat Be arranged wllh ihe nrlllah gor urnmcnt la supply thn nhlprt. It Ij cs tTmaled lhat fifty per cent, of Can ada'3 exportable aurplua of wheat fo Ihla year has tiow been disposed o There nothing aa yet lo show tlia tho price (o the farmers will excect the agreed upon, an a minimum but It fs thought that possibly th RcarcEty of nprlng wheat mny lead t an Increase on that price nex spring or early summer. Safes Dominion.' RALPH J. I'AR.SU.S.S Foy TORON 10 _________ 73 CANADIAN CABOOSE FLIES ROYAL STANDARD tie pirty of Ike Price of Wales left their MDOM al Cameion'l 1'alls, thty InspKltd UK powtr ienlop. umifr coiulruction there ly tbe Oalario Uydro-KlcctriB Commission. To obrille the toil and deljy con.'ciui'ut lbe tquipmtiit of Ilia Roj.l p.tty from the Xlpljon JHrcr to the "ralli of loa Ono Ihousanrl union grocery clerk nl New York (or a hlne-hou clay and n minimum of Deaths In.Chicago auto 0 far lulu year total 337. mall, was recently the recipient of Her subject was "What Educ.itlon ralso entertained lo luncreon when unlquo compliment from the pco- le of Cleveland, wbere she went week to address the Ohio Stale ilversltlcs nnd Collego Alumnne. Means to a and when the I the dccorallons were maple leaves ipeater ascended the platform a and Canadian flags. The .orchestra :arge Union Jack was unfolded in played "The Jlaplo Leaf forever" al tho background. The visitor was regular intervals. Be Stylishly -Dressed Don't be satisfied with a suit.or an overcoat that merely gives you so many yards .of cloth to cover your body. Think of your pride too, and you will demand a garment that will give you that comfortable feeling of being well dressed. FOR YOUNG MEN AND MEN WHO STAV YOUNG MADE IN CANADA It is style, more than anything else, thai makes the big diflfer- encc in clothes. Creative designing plus painstaking in' making gives these clothes a style that is'as distinctive at it is clean-cut. Largest Distributors of Men's Wear in Southern Alberta The "2" NTs McKelvie McGuire ;