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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta XOVKMHKU 11. niK i.ETimmiXiK DAILY MKUAI.U. PAGE Will At teast 74 Preta From All'Parti of Empire LONDON. Nov. A. Empire press meeting provisionally that representation at the press conference to La held la hext year should ba divided u "Australia U delegates; New 7_ land flve; South Africa, nlno; India, Including four and two vernacular preia lives. The proposed representation for Great Britain: Northern newspapers, eight; south ern, four; Irish, [our; Scottish, six, and also ono each from tha Institute of Journalists and tbo National Union ot Journalist i Tbls letves lo be Ailed. The Empire Press Union suggest that the Dally Herald, which tx a newi paper representing the eilremo Into Ylewplont, ahouiti be included. Fur Iher representation suggested Is on delegate each from Ccylou, Malay pen Insula, Weal ladles and the Far Easi It was Intimated that tha delegates from tho United Kingdom preferred to ftfcy their own expenses until thotr ar- Hval In Canada. ANTI-PROFITEERING MEETING IN HYDE PARK, LONDON ihe fanners frotn bringing ihcir grain lo ihe L'uiieil Slates to nnrkft "The ho has not heroine widecnrrad enough to L-tfoU Ibt movement of in Lhi1 I'nlied Stales anJ iuis toou UT- lttoV.Ci] by ihe authorities." Rumor of Mounted Pollet Inter- ference Inmutf Traf- fic, Report (Mloneapolli Jon rail) Ciudlan farmers living within miles of the International boundary aro hauling thousands of bushels of wheat Into the United Slates, according to HAD 10 CEMIS Iff Broker's Says Lost Money in a Saloon He BROOKLYN. disappearance The Stomach Begins digestion, but the most important work is done by the bcwcls, liver and kidneys. Failure of these to act efficiently allows the whole body to be poisoned. BEECHAM'S PILLS do more than produce bowel movement. and kidneys are Influenced to more active effort with resulting increased effect It is always safe to take eecham's Pills Sold enrywhore U 23c., ot buun Park, In London, U> hold dimonitnllon. urfid tlie AdopUon o[ Tiicre were 100 opeikere, who have Lm s to ,h. lie acrois ti-e Uu. Dflstol wag tv Farmers are making as high as 550 a Bbcrldan of the Old Slip Elation. Ills on wheat hauled orer the whereabout! had been revealed to boundary, by taking advantage of the piolco by a while woman In New MADRID, NOT. of the GOVERNMENT SELLING TO SOLDIERS r caking off between he >ud workmen at Bar olona acid that the lockout U to be itended his created an nneajy f wi- ng throughout Spalo. raV commenlloe eii Ihe iU- alion, u'ked vhere the altitude of the employ eri will Uke Spain, addlnf "Hunger will POOD be' In tht ho met f the workmen, and hunxer Is a' bad and typographers of Ihe Paris newi- were paying a bushel for fancy tere the negro had 10 cents In his, s Under arrangements made through She Dominion Command of ttio Great War Veterans' AEsoclallou a proper lion ol the surplus military stores held by Ihe government Is being re for a short lime for the heae- fft of returned soldiers and Bailors and ol sol- dters killed In the They to tton. have the privilege of purchasing; articles from (he gtorej at Tery ad vaotageoua prices. These rallltiry therefore, stores comprise n varied assortment of goods, Including, bedding, dry goods, turn I Lure, ect. It Is lha fa tentlon to aoll a large percentage ol tho stores by tender to Ihe highest bHder -hut the Dominion Command ot the O.W.V.A, haa arranged Ihtt Individual returned a old (firs or tall ors or dependents of soldiers ant jailors klllol In ins war can mat purchases they wish through any branch of the Greal "War Veterans' association, TV he I they are rnemhcre of the O.W.V.A 1 or not Orders so placed will La combined, say weekly, and sent to t. the'office ot .the Dominion Commanc In Ottawa, -when the order Is placet! There ara some bargains to be hti" from tTioae surplus stores. For example some are clean array blankets In good condition ftt 53.00 each, and 56.00 each tor new "ones; khnkl flannel for shirts at 6Gc. per yard, ect Tho list of artlclM obtainable and (bo prices can be ieen at any branch ol the O.W.V.A. by any member or ex-membor ot the, Cnnadlan Expeditionary Fores. MRS. ftTOKCA STAYS IN PARTY ommunliU Say to Eir far Higi 4 Living, PARIS TYPOS STRIKE PARIS, Nor. ILnotvnPrs Us ralllerB have beoa forced to pay Elreel, lo deposit 510.000 In cashier's prices far in excess of [lie government checks and ?600 In cash. When he flzed price to keep their mills runu- failed to relurn his employers re- S. J. McCaull. Minneapolis grain ported tho mailer to iho.police, merchant, said. ".Minneapolis mlllara j When searched at police headquar- papers yesterday voted 10 strike. spring wheat yesterday to obtain a pockets. Wlille cicessive thinness might be good grarto of (lour wheat." Tho fixed govcrnmcnttprlce in Can- ada is J2.15 a bushel and ac Mluneapo- lis ?2.23% a bushel. ''Honoris of Canadian fanners haul- Ing wheat Into Hie Minncinnlls mar- j Mr. McCaull salil, had been cur- I rent for sotne lime. They natc been reported hauling lb.ctr gralti (or -to to GO miles to a market in tbo United States. "Grain Is rated higher In the United "What did you do with the asVed the deleclive. "1 lost U in a saloon In Greenwich tlie prisoner eaU. "No; out of my pockel." llristol, ivhose pay was a weclt. had hecn employed by hla firm only {lliree weeks. attributed lo various and subtle cauEes J in different individuals. It is'a well-. known facl ilial the lack at IT in dm le Pcr in Canada. ALLIES WILL ALLOW GEN. VON MACKENSEN TO RETURN TO GERMANY Putor Btokea waa nllowed to keep her Beat as a dele-1 MOD- US in largely responsible for this ;ry coadi to the conraunist party York husband la a millionaire and active Toe ot Bol- and U was reported tin I, gbe would ba eicluded from a place aa a delejato under tho rullnt of the convention. "No person ihall be eligible (or membership in It seems lo be Trcll established that thl3 deficiency in phosphorous may now ba met by the USD of nitro- Phosphale; which can be obUlneci from any good drugElst In convenient. tablet form. In many Instances the assimilation of thte phosphate by the nerve tl'seua BUSINESS LARGE AND SMALL This ItauV is equipped to render complete bank- ing facilities to individuals, partnerships and companies, liolh large and small. With branches tlironRhoiit every province of Canada, and corrcs- in all pans of Ihc-world, your banting business will be handled with promptitude, and at ihc minimum of expense. Our facilities are at your disposal. J1A THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LliTiTBRIDGii BRANCH, R. T. Brymncr. Manager. the eommuntiL party who omploya I soon produces n rentr Inlereit1 and 'DerTe LcTlslon disappeare, vigor ami Stokes for raagaclnes, It found, and hu booki her royaKles ani, In the words cf her comrades, "The sra ex- ploltlnf Ler thn same si other -wage earners." Under this theory eho was perrnllied to Xeep her teiL Cap Ha Us Ur lawyers, doctors, all are welcome to membership In the communist Recording to lha latest 'prorldcd each appllc- rcplnce wcaliness and of energy and lUc whole -hody lack loses This combination of clrcumslauccs PARIS, Nov. Marshal von makes U possible for the Farmers lo 'Mackuiiscn, one of Germany's mosl obtain CO to 10 cents more for their successful cotumantlers on Itic casicrn ncroia the line than al home, front In the campaigns against ihc "So baa been the drain on the Russians and Rur-canlntiG, is to be per- wheat supply that some elevators ralUed to return lo Germany from along tho -North Dakota, border In Salonihi. Tlie supremo council Je Manitoba and Saskatchewan bave.clJed today to permit the relurn ofj been torced lo close." Ithc TieM rcarslial, laliins inlo consld- Decision on Ihe part ot Uia Canadian erfltlnn his age and poor slalc ol Ills government to enforce a wheat em- UoalUi. bargo lias come from a fear that It Von Mackenseii was in cominaLit] of woultl n'pl be able to fill Us contracts German forces in Uiimama when wiln- IIiDI HNlteh government to lioEiillllcs ended. UR trleil to force Us ugly hollows and abrupt "angles, llver liushcls of wltoat, it his way Llirougli Hungary Lo Germany, becoming enveloped in a glow of pcr--iva5 Many Canadian farmers aro but waa arresfcd al Uutlapest by feet health and beauty and llie'-whl 1'oldlng-; wheat in expeclation of French troopa hnd wns reporled and strength tc up and doln-j. Mgher. prices In the Dominion nr.d to nave been interned at Salonlkl, Ht; Illlro-Phosphale Bovcrnmenl jiromises oC a share in is nearly 70 years old. Ii iiDsurpaajcd for the relief ot increflsc.s Was failed lo move dcudtty, lliuae I Ihem, projii men declare. Lading it who do not desire to put on Tleph should ,050. extra care in- avoid- ing fat-producing foods. o( the United Slates Grain corporation said last night that Lhore is }a law which would prevent The Goldic McOullough Co., ol Gall, __liavc Bbippcd two inarino en- the largest ever manufactured In'an' tnlacd Cnnadlin cUy. Collections For Business Houses The satisfactory service which The Merchants Bank renders to Business Houses, in the matter of collecting Notes, Drafts and other financial paper, is due to the numberandstrategic location of its branches throughout Canada, and the efficient system in force. Special attention given to collections; returns are promptly made and credited; losses are often prevented by the care and "thoroughness with which do this part of oar-worii. MCRCHANT5 BANK HaadOfficetMonlreal. -OF PANADA. LETHSRIDCE BRANCH, [t- J. DINNING, Maiugw. MONARCH BRANCH, V i D. R- MacKAY, BARONS'ANpiNOoLEFpRP ANCHES, M. A. KILPATRICK, f TWO CENT PASSENGER FARES IN MICHIGAN IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL WASHINGTON', NOT. court decrees, declaring uncoaeLUu- tlonal Iho JHchienn two cant iiassuii- Ker rate o! 1211, whlcli tba EUto Icgls- laturo repealed, ivcra uphald yesterday by tbo supremo court. Tho raUiraj companies, a result ol Iho decision will not be compelled lo refund pnld by passengers In eico53 of Ihe prescribed rate while tho net's Talldlty was bslng conteated by tba compauj. f UFT OFF CORNS! A Doesn't hurt a bill lift right off with Magic I sii- Crlffiefte KNOWN THE WOaiOOVER Ouls raw ocnltf Drop a, little Freezona on that touchy corn, inili that COTD itopa hurling, then roil III tit right out with tho.ftngon. Why wait? Your druggta! soils n tfriy bottle, of Freezoho for a Jew cents, BufHclont to rid .your feet of fcfory hard corn, soil coin, or corn be- Lwoen Iho toes, nnd cnllino.i, without soreness or Irritation, i Froezonc la llio miich-talked-of dlscorcry of 11 Cincinnati tonlua. Standards of the World1 ARMISTICE DAY A year ago today the Armistice was signed. The standards of the vic- torious nations floated in the breeze. Mad joy ran riot. Then, the welcoming of the re-adjustment and the return to pre-war standards. There is no call for change in the standard of Gillette, Before the war and through the war its measure of excellence was maintained. It is firmly entrenched today as a shaving standard for the world. No Honing Sold at all stores catering lo ihe needs of everywhere GILLETTE RAZOR CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED 73, SU Alexander Street, Can. ;