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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1920 LETHBRIDGg PAHiT HE AU PAGE THREE' Have you something you would like to turn intocash? Use a HERALD WA NT ADvlhey have given the best o( 8 Fi end Government Prepared To Revise League Of Nations To Be r Acceptable To United States PARIS, Nov. view was ez- presed in official circles today that the' French 'government would be ready Jo co-operate with the authori- ties ut Washington.'in formulating something from thb cove-: nant of the League' of -Nations, drawn at Versailles' in order to take Its place .This statement-was made in official quarters In relerence to the declara; E More Than are Being Raised by.F.E. Park- inson at Edgerton, Alberta 1 JOB of President-elect VHtrdlng.f as cabled from; Marlon to! iths French press, to the effect that the VcrAH covenant wu This is Interpreted f by tofficials a: applying to the' covenant as drawu a1 Versailles, and as "-indicating etha something different from the Yersail m agreement place. To hat end it was stated by officials the SYencb government yould ,be ready to give its collaboration J- It has been this generally accepted view that tho 'French'_government would -accept reservations by Ibe.Un- States regarding and lhe: other'provisions of: the covenant whlefr'have been: the: subject ot- con- troversy in the United States In this connection it was pointed, out In ofS clal cIrclas-. today. original French" idea-.of, a league -nations did not containranytbiot' Y. v iWhether :the amended-.organizatioii vionld to called a league or a society an association is Immaterial to France according to the government lev point Tho essential thing It Is UTTLE TRACTOR HAULS i LOCOMOTIVE TO .TANK story of an Urely Mir and unlQue use to which lie tractor can be put is cur- bat in city today, and concerns I Pere ManjUBito locdmotive that reported to stopped, for lack water In iU boilers, with 300 yards If tank Blenheim Saturday night. train crew were Just on the verge fc sending out ah S.O.S. slgnal'dver be wire, when a farmer and bis little hictor passed along tho road.- The JnrD appealed to him for.aEsletance, tae turner, generously, agreed to (lay tie Good Samaritan. Back ing the tractor tracks to tho Iraa ae coupled the two ud then quietly drew the tn tin life-saving water ________ THIS STORY of a Mar Orwmbnrg by Dr. W. J. cantor of a Cirneele Uus- disclosed the tt who In lile -was al- >tM tMtln height The mum- Hollahdi than f oar i hundred was, lie believed, that at of race in- Nottk. America: before toe PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS, CARDS MEDICAL MASSAGE Medical Massage Ladies' Hair Dressing Parlors Mrs. Woods. Phone 1710. Hull Block, 7th St, Ground Floor. Farris Service Agency Scientific IT" P we. Contingency. We gat Everything In accountancy. Prompt attention. Aeadla BlooK Fapw-UU. PIANO TUNING DR. J B OSTBOPATHIO PHYSICIAN.: .i Sherlock Bldt Hoars ID 13, 2-1, and kf apnnintffiast. 1992, O.-'R OH ADRIATIC QUESTION LOfrDOM, Nov. London a" dispatch from glvea the Popolo withorlty for the ttat an agreement en MrtaUp queitlon has been meMd, Jaae-SljTB having attained MMtaetlon by Italy -w- "dilnT W Oalmatla. Orjan Repairer. '10 jwi' factory Mra'CerUflcate M. T. Assn, London. the leadlnc of the city.: 11H miwt at a day presumablj tor Calgary where LaugUin Six wWcb w ha disposed ot his car Returning on the.night ,trajn, Mr. Kelly's garage" ahoul..three session of above and Sir. WhlnisterV automobile out; call- ed, at the .Jlfgh River Co. a garage and secured gasoline sTatlng to the liljht man that he was going out to bring'la' Mr. Kelly's auto which he said was: stalled'In' the country. He: leit tow n' about 3 a An. and be fore held Is to_arrive as near as possible Sir Kelly nas made amrre at 9 to the prevention ot war existing league under the name of an association if that meets the United one of the most unique farms in Alberfa to day is F P Parkinson's beaver ranch, lit. Fdgerton jOn this fur farm, larspit of its Und In the West, over a hundred beaters are- being raised, and when they have multiplied sufficiently In number, a portion of them will be trapped and sold for their fur every sear With tho eicep- lio'n F W Paisley a "beater at'Lacombe, this is the. oJnly beaver farm in Mr. Parkinson's farm Is on.thejRib- stbhe" Cfe'ek.i-and: there tuhave been beavers in tho "creek which runs tlifough his farm flnce hi came there three "years' ago bave.h'enn he'rbieutly'secured .the unclosing them and providing feed, was reafly for Con8ump. and from his observations he is con 1, rfa, ,ound prohibitive vinced that otall the sure things In being made to pur farm'ng, he has one'that at he ,lTestock the natiTea ln o clock of the departure ot his me that the cars scroti tae'UM INCREASE BAXTER'S LEAD B., The re- not be able to get lu toaeh with rf st ballots i the of Octobers-was com- The French government coislders chani'1, he had time to be over the that it would bs regrettable to sacri border in Montana Immediately tha fice the one already sel up and the I provincial police were made aware preferable- procedure; is to amend lh" the'lncft word was to the PALESTINE -FACING LONDON The ot live slock cereals and vegetables In Pales tine is resolving itself into a serious problem says" a JaSa i dispatch To meet the situation, an agreement was )anous In the province to be on the look out for the culprit, and It is onlj a matter of time it Is eipected lie will "be appieheiidcd Meanwhile a photograph and descrln- .lion is being printed .and the country win bo circularized in the hope ot fin allv landing oftender bpeaking of the quick getaway of his" mechanic "Mr Kelly remarked that he feared it was rather a hope- fnss case to think of capturing the ho was Me HOMELESS IN VIEW .ViBNNA-iA :survey 'of. hootas completed1 shows: ZJ.OOO tanO comprielng about pemM virtually homeless in Vienna, M en is: the .living prembwi spite that has beah 'going on for t Th'e so''people: are'herded-Into V sage where'of ten IS to 20 PI sons sleep In places, used lor otn purposes in the da'ytime, or In ant weather they sleep in parka f is now .proposed rtO'Vpermlt them erect shacks on. throughout tha I lose 'no i sleep worrying, over .what the' the crop. In the portion ;of the.creek in which, the .beavers there i are. ilHiiis. there for smue time. !n all, he .Is IncIoainB an area of some woveu icnclug with enough (o prevent the'smaller beavers from squeezing .For feed, _he. in- tiinu's beds of water's 'edge. the stream..-It Is, said that they..are verj fond of IhiS root and nill'dlg up fields their craving for It J From a standpoint, of profit, 7: Mr. Parkinson believes thai- bcavor.farm- "Ing should compare to wh.ent fanning On tho Prare If given tho proper conditions, Ihe> will more than double thoir number every jear and with the" skins selling at irom to 550 the oeaver farm ought-to yield fair, profit. DRAINAGE SCHEAIE IN MANITOBA i RECLAIMS A "GREAT ACREAGE the inauguration" ot _ the drainage schemes in Manitoba approximately acres.of'fland have been brought under cultivation. This land the'opposition, to ____terjxmWI: hla lead orer. A., F. Beatley (gonttaect) by nine votes, giving bin B total majority of seven teen. FRIVATE t THB. VAN HAAHLBM' 1M1 Tti Ave a, Fbona IU Aeeommodatlni for w (lad, and maUrndty M- .nl acBtprtnw Eatei tftl 'weak. mfori Mia. M. B. Via Eaarlam. teadaat HOSPITALS DO YOU SQUINT? M: yon do it's a: sign- that you'ro having some eye trouble To neglect yonr such "circuinstances nla'y lead into- a; serious state of 'af- faire. advice we could, give you ECO us. ,.fAu examination will tell at" once'whether need glasses to'correct- any oyo fault J. M.'HENDERSON Care of Wright's Jewelry Store. MATBRNTTY .'AND vale and semi-private fully, modern. Terms moderate.. Apply Mrs A Woods 38 4th Street N Ej Medicine Hat Phone 3974 21128 SPIRELLA CORSETIERK For Appointmentt Phone MRS MARTIN 1321 10th Ave 14th 8f. MJB1C Outer hiri SENIOR MATRIC. BEFORE -LEGAL-PROFEMIO ..TORONTO, Nov. culation elandinK will be1 required I students ta tl legal according to an i nouncement made ttie Jaw of Upper tho Eastern Jordan and the Importa lion of Australian frozen meat is re sorted to The embargo placed by the High Commissioner en the export ot wheat and barley helps the situation eonsid orably, but resentment at the rfcilraint Is being voiced by the gram growers, who are in a position.tb realize hotter prices outside of (he country NEW WHEAT FOR .NORTHERN AREAS tio'f. be- fore tne agricultural convention in I session stat- ed that as a result of experiments whinh haie been carried on by the fieiil :department: 6f the Manitoba Agricultural College a new bad bemi produced which it IB expected will a place- In the north Prof flarrison said he did not know''bow the wheat "-corapared wilh Huby wheat, but ho believed It was a wheat that would he ot some in the northern districts QUEBEC AND ITS .EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM QUFBCC Nov Fred Mey, secretary of tha Nation'! On" cil of Education nhtch recently held was formerly .useless'from an agrl-ja' 'convention''at'Ottawa in-an ihte'r- eitlfural standpoint Fitly miles said that the dredge channels have been construct iylsll of the of to ed this year-costing iliu.OOO." Thirty tQucbec had" "demonstrated' the fact AUCTION SALE OF PUREBRED, SHORTHORN CAJTLE AT THE FARM OF 'w HON. DUNCAN MARSHALL, OLDS, Alberta Wednesday November 17th, 192D 70 Head' ottered miles of these" channels' are In the Snarling dlslrlcf 4nd ZOVlilns in Mor ris mnniclirality, sontherii Manitoba. tjiey aro conrtrncted-.to lake carejof fl6od .waters spring: and also for and irill Rssltt raitatlally In bringing wanto; land m. rlir In tlio Sparling, dis land have arallatilo for cultivation CulUtaiaA land in relieved from the at spring food SHAKEN lhat there is rnurh.In.lls. educational, system which might. With (ho utmost advantage he coj'cil the Ho slated that' tbiS visitors had snb-. slantlated the sla'cmenl that in Quo bee there the s is fou nd a greater tolerancd religious and than Is to be found In any part of tho Dominion. 111 Bulls 10.months to 17 months; all by Dale, Viscount 10 Imported Cows :with calves at 12 Cows, with calves at'foot, by Dalo Viscount TEN HEIFER CALVES StrnrtsiTj The of Brit- l.ish Columbia's straw- picked when at its best. We make them into jam with ture cane day the ber- ries are picked, i This accounts for the I perfect flavor of QUAKER JAM Dominion Canners B. C. Ltd. HEAD OFFICE; VANCOUVER, B. C. MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theorj Piiltlls enler- ed for the examinations of the Koyal Academy and Music, London, cent., last year successful. Hits. .W. H. JOHtjISOiSlTiTeacher ;ot Piano and Puplla p'reitared for the Toronto r atory of Music exams ;it 'desired: i Annual spring recital Studio, 1238 5th Ave, A, South .CLEANERS .AND F. H. WILKINS tnaar SPE'CIATJST 327 5th Sk 3 Opposite the Empress Phone' 1SCT. Hem. Phoni 1937. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Dartrlo sot Power Contractor! THE in French, dry cleaning We are ,1he oldest tf'raners. in..the genuine Frenrh systen- whlcn COT, era 'tvery spot and ellmraatM pos. injury to" Barmenfa.'gfvlrig high' daa 9 results, '.a ntlon' 1 country..worlL. 324 Cth-Street.Soutb. Phone IS12 Collect end deliver PRESS WO Repairing snt! nltaratlons Trsll dcJns