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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE vn-S lUTT.f FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, SElMfff Lloyd George Declares Britain :H'as Not Officially or Other- wise Approached (he Holsherilc LONDON, Nov. Lloyd George declared ia the houso of com- nions today that nu person at any liino, ey his behalf or with his Xnow- Ifldec, had interviewed Holahevlk rep- resentatives in order lo ascertain Hhcilier negotiations for peace might lie.opened and unon what terms. The premier andounceil that It was yroposed to call ai an early due an international conference at wliich rep- clintd to taXs action on communka- tlots purporting to coiie from hostile countries through Irresponsible ft5en- he ihoujtK ll inadvisabla lo depart from this practice. The premier 'hat Bo1.- eTikl were rapldlj- aprrcachloi Admiral KolohiS was resentatives of ilin allied and asiociat- jcni [be was most es- ed powers wight consider the various .....-_ .w_ propositions which ihe peace confer ence as yoi had found itself unable lo amops which was the problem ol Russia. Referring to tho so-called peace ad- vances by the Lelsheviki, Mr. Lloyd said lha allies had always de- thorc, tbo fate of Ilie plice would only be resnll of IhBl might shortly !n front of the city. The Jolm MacXlDdEr, member of the hoaia of commoai for lha dlrlilon of GEasfDT, had gone as a ipeclal to open up Inde and commerce illli Eouiberu Russti. The settlement of the Russian prob lo the reconstruction of Ihe world. The conditions In that couutry ha declared, were a contributing causa to Ihe prevailing prices. l.lke- he continued, the German reac llonarlia uero already using the pre- sent ttrlte In Russia to strengthen their Influenee. brotherhood of the war." re- marked a thoughtful New Yorker. Spirit of Trenches Revived This ssn.se ot comradeship and syiu-', psthy -n-lih tho sulfering was every-1 where rerealed. London revived the j spirit. o[ irenroes. "See it ibrougb." was the slogan. "Let eiery- boiy tolp." A better eicusc for dodging office duues never presented itself, but Populace -Maintained IIS that tooi atlvanlago of It wore Humor During Great Rail- surprisingly few. One' heard on all fa sides stories of girl clerks living In >vav Strike the suburbs who, day after day. _________ talked six or eight milea to and !iom Ihelr work. Oct. Associated JQ tbe olIuyiDB districts, where Press Ly wa3 and tramcars have their Fhown by London's harassed millions! slarling point, lines of people formed .during the great railway strike. ericans watched and Diarveled. Tbey I (cr ofs a raile> the patient wait- saw the or traffic surging ere conslJered themselves lucky it the nairoTV Sinnd. Tlush lo Dad lo stand only an hour or so. n ic surging ere considered themselves d. Tlush lo thev lo cnir an the curbs iviih what seemed lo bs an Eic'cpl fll ,he starting It vras inextricable ot hopeless Lo aUcmpt lo hoard oC vehicle, raneins from mammoth a or tram steam lorries, Iielchinp blacfe, acrid smoke, trom their bumish-rt copper stacks, Lo bicycles nucl observed ihe sideivaiks tbrongea n'ilh hrisk, smiling pedestrians unable] to get a lift on Ihe packed Tiuses, Occasionally a fine aiitomobiU wonld pause to pick up a humble, footsore workman trodgins nomc from his jou. The sight of a plumh- er in fustian, loanglug comfortioly -in a splendid limousine and'smofcini; a balUrcd pipe by-tbe side of the owner led those Americans, lo think that the millennium had come. "The DOES MONEY EVAPORATE? Monej spent on medicinal prep- aratlona often does! In Ihts You buy a preparation, use per? Jiaps a third it, and put the re- mainder on Ihe shelf. neit rcu nceiJ for use! Two- thirds of the money ralue of your expenditure has CTtiporp.lKi." Just Iherc Is whero Earn-Hot la superior! Zam-Duk "is not only 100 per cent, medicine, but, owing to Its freedom fat, 11 never becomes rancid, but will keep InfleBnltelj-- Eny a boi lo-dav, use what yon require, put the remainder awajr, und when you hare occasion to II again, you will Cnd Its healing. loathing and gertn-dsslroylng pow- er.1? just os ejcclire as the day -louyht the boil Zam-Buk Elopa bleeding, ends pain, AT.av55 oat- screness aad presents hi Dad-poisoning in culs, "burns and tcalds. TVIlhout equal %s a remedy for eczema, cores, piles, ulcers and tlood-polsonlog. 50c. hoi. Auto Owners GeneroUi Thsra vas instant to tha appeal made hy the automobile as- to car owners and to give pedestrians a lift. Mosi cars with empty places stopped to pick i women workers. Sidecars groar, with four passengers, and the back step of many dC the old-fashioned bicycles resnrrected for the emer- gency carried a. balancing man or Throughout London ths tangle of was" amazing. It roared na never before in tho streets of tha city. But the policemen kepi, ihcir heads, as did the drivers and riders, "and the casualty; .vai un commonly small. London, with its extraordinary knack of adapting Uself to new condi lions, .rose to the occasion of Ihe sreate'aL strike in the country's his- tory. HIGH.PRICES Look at Tonguel RemoVf Poitom From Slomach, Liver and Bowels, Accept "CaJifornm" Syrup of Figs for the namo California on theTpAckage, then you are sure your child hi baring the best and most htrralMS laiat.Te or physfc fnr fho lltdc stomach, liror ontf bowcla. -ChJI-rcs lore its delicious fruity tftsle, FVD for.child's OD each Olre It wllhoiit fear, er I You must eay "CallforoJa." Not Due lo Profiteering Though Pro- fiteers Take Advantage ofThem (Frooi the Xew Republic) Undoubtedly prottLeerlng has a good deal lo do Ttlth the high cost ot All o[ us whose incomes are fiied or relatively infleiible have been growing steadily piordr Ficre 1DH, and we hear this the harder be- cause -we know itil, spriutled over the face of Ihe country are favored indlTlfiuals who hare -waxed enor- mously I'icli. Did .not these InOivliI- uals do' their utmost to hoist prices lo their procll and oifr hano? Of coarse Ihey did, and If, having Iha power, fail to make them dis- gorge, we are fools. Hut let us not suppose that thereby ive Shall have our problem of making ends meet smoothly. The profiteer rode Into his fortune on a tide qullo loo stupendous to he ascribed lo any personal chicanery or 'wizardry. From Patagonia to Cape Nome, from New York all round the world, Ihe coil Jof living hag climbed lo an unpreced- nted level. We fret over our JI per cenl. increase (up to May 15; it has risen Australia, lost In the uisUnL ocean, got off with a per cent Increase. Canada had to Eland (or an Increase of 104.5 per cenl; Great Britain, 140; Paris, 148; Swed- en, 231. ftilf Spain, Vienna, Berlin anfl MMCOW could throw theaa figurei Jnlo ihade. Bat they stopped reckoning purccclages long ago. What they thlpk of the of llrlnf cannot be expressed Jn calm liniics. Moicow, according lo lha atronlty literature, they cut off the heads of A squad of profiteers, aun- poeed lo be tho shards who brought CD this tidal wave. II mankind must havo TSTS, mtllioQa of men diverted, from pro clueIIon, and wilh governments ap- pearing In tha depleted markets, buyJng, buying, buying, with, bank credits based on government loans, aa In America, with such credits and [redeemable besides, ns in England ahd France, with tha eame and with unlimited flat money In addition, aa In Italy, Germany, tha lai.e Dual Empire end Flussla, whal In j to to expected? Prices will rlso and go on rising, even after (he Initial cauEes liars exhausted themselves. Kverr seller -will recognize thai he Is dealing with customers who expect In be pluckad for higher prices. Shall he refrain from plucking them? I'rr- postcroua question; thai would be ethics, not business. Besides, every seller today Is a buyer tomorrow ;and aa a buyer lid will expect lo plucked; nor will he ba disappointed In this expectation. When the Beaver Hut, the Canadian Hostel for soldiers Jn tho Strand, Losdor, Tras closed, a big reception was given, the officers to all workers, PrJnccsa Alice who hnd been eTatfgablo worker at the Hut glren a plallnum bar hrooch mounted with a maple Iriaf tcl Jn diamonds or Saturday You know the "why" of the Victory Loan 1919. You know that Canada's prosperity depends upon the success of the Victory Loan. You know that if the bonds are not sold every industry in the country must suffer. You know that if industry suffers thousands of people will be without employment. You know the hardship and suffering that follows lack of employment. You know that an investment in Canada's Victory bonds is secure beyond discussion. You know that 5H% u a good rate of interest on a secure investment. You know that Canada's Victory Bonds can be turned into cash at any time. You already know that Canada's Victory Bonds are likely to increase in value. You know that you, like every other citizen, have a responsibility to Canada in this matter. You know that your employer (if you are a worker) will help you to finance your purchase of. bonds. You know (if you are an employer) that it is your duty to assist your employees to buy bonds Ly helping to finance them. You know that the banks are prepared to help you to buy bonds, and that you should ask tome banker for information. You know that if you have not bought at many bonds as you can possibly pay for now, and with your future savings, that you have not bought as many as you should. You know you have just two days left, to-day and to-morrow, so make up your mind NOW to -J.-2 your full and buy as many as you can of I QTI orio LaUdua S T Isaytd by Canada's Victory Loan {a cooperation with (lie Minister of Financa of tht Dominion ol Canada. ;