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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1920 THE tETKBRIDGE DAILY ?IERAL1J> PAGE NINE Llov.i ftorge Refers To Ireland In Speech At the Guild Hal LO.VUOX, .Nov. IJoyd to questions between Ceorsa iu his address at the Lord Germany and the "Allies Lloyd Mayor's liauijutt at tba Guildhall to- Geor'ga spJd that' the rest test of night' dlscusfed briefly aad.polntedly. Germau sincerity was disarmament various problems with which the EOT- and ho added. "tho report I hare to eminent Is dealing. JIa plunged .immediately into for- eign affairs anJ appealed for pa- tliiaea and faith in the world settle- ment, declaring that the highest wisdom Demanded: that prejudices arid dislikes bd kept well under cou- 1 frol Jf Europe U to be saved Irom becoming a welter of raging hatreds, hs de- give on that sotject is very satis- factory. The German army Is rapidly being reduced to There are still too rifles at large la Ger- many, but they i are a greater men- ace to International peact than to Germany's neighbors." Another 'important point was re- parations. "GermAcy id. pre-parea to submit- proposals for the regard to Germany clared bluiseH personally pleased i Hijaldatlon of her proposals o! that countryj continued, "and personally I am for the, liquidation ot her obllEittonsy pleased with them. They will be.con- Colncidentally tha Chancellor ol thai eidered at the conference and-It ts 11 -Hi, tnp. Austen to sots that; Ssrmanr announced in the House of: realizes that her first duty is to re- Commons (hat Germany had placed pajr tte German a large amount of bonds in the-farmtes wrougSt. hands ot the reparations commission. The' spoke optimistically of Ireland, intimating that Uw situ- ation there .vts well In hand. ;Gertain foods, those 1 i oh i ri vitamins, _ useful than: Scottls Emylsion is replete with r those" elements that determine gTQwth anid strength. ,20-17 wish 1 could fcpeaks as hopeful- ly of the Russian problem, where we bare to do with men professing the ridlailottB, craxy creed of Bol- shevism, who" fail to realize ,hpw Important; .It Is _ they should respect their obligations." He referred to the indus- trial situation and the recent coal strike expressing the belief that I there Is better- temper now all round. Speaking ot the Irish question, the premier said: "Unless I am mistaken, by the steps we have taken we hare murder by the throat. Do DOt pay too-much 'attention to detailed accounts ot dis lurbances and what they call the horrors of reprisals given out by partisans, who slur the hor- rors of inurder. ,TJiere -will be no rea peace, no conciliation until der conspiracy Is, scattered. "We ere getting ths right sort men and are dispersing-' the- -'terror Ists. The government'will seek fur ther powers, if necessary, to flea with the If It is war, as tho terrorists say, then-.they .canno complain, if-the gtireniment -employs some' of the rales of'war agatas them." He referred to his offer to .discuss any proposals-with anybnp able to apeak In behalf of Ireland, saying: "If I had given Germany in the middle of .-the war wouli have had a. response. But-giving i to. Ireland, no man dare responi j because intimidated. You must break too terror' before yoi lean get peace. "What the government; is offer ing to Ireland Is partnership Jn.' I greatest. Fmnire" the_ world has at the height ot its power" L MILLED FOR THE PEOPLE FIT FOR THE KING ROYAL HOUSEHOLD CANADA'S BESTFLOURx YOUR DEALER CAN GET'lT FOR YOU Just before the sandman comes tho family circle YOU really need a little warmth in tlie parlor these .cool evenings, ttteli the colti'ti'rt teepinfl through wfifm fresh fit. but you naturally hesitate to put on the furnace, because it eats tip the coal, and coal is scar.ce.and high in price-rand then, you don't.want .to heat the whole house. A Perfec- tion will produce all the heat you actually need right on the spot, and you c.in turn off the as soon as you retire. A Perfection Oil Healer is invaluable an auxiliary heat on cold winter day's and in exposed corncis. Use it lo boil a Kettle, heat shaving water, dry clothes indoors ana in many other ways. Over Petfectipna in UK, and each jiving ten hours of cosy warmth for every gallon of coal oil. Get a copy of our new Heater folder. Ask your dealer to show you a Perfection Oil Heater. Dealers will also demonstrate New Pcr- foclinn Oil Cfxikstovcs and Perfection Wafer Heaters for you, TlIB PERFECTION STOVE COMPANY, LIMITED Jlome SAnNIA and Facfwjr FIRST PICTURES OF THE FUNERAl OFTERENCE MacSWIEY The picture at tne reader's left showa''the crowd gathered iu the streets'outsHe the Roman Catholic Cathedral at Southwark, in Ixjndon, await- ing the arrival of the body of the. late Lord Mayor of Corft On tne right la shown the coffin lying in elate In tho Cathedral. For the second time !n the fan weeks New York policy trrostec Chinese for'gainblmg, and Uter unable to Identify their lilnoners Iu court, the prisbfiers being "discharged. When your brain works like a dog with three legs you need I HUME NEED HAVE NO FEARS Blamed on War and the High Wages Paid in Canada and U. S. DENVER, Colo., Nov. rush ot Canadlarf and Old Country miners from Alaska and th'e. Yukon to answer tho call to.tho colors during the war, coupled with tho high war lime wages la Canada and the United States which attracted thousands oC miners front the north, have crippled the'hold mining Industry of Dr.1 Milner Hoherts, dean ot tho college of mines, University of. Washington, at Seattle, told delegates to tho 23rd annual con- vention of the American Mining Con- gress here today. _ In said, Alaska produced in gold, reaching the peak of 10 years of steady growth. In 1919 the output, Dr. Roberts de- clared, fell to with indica- tions that production this year will fall below that figupe. "There are several causes' for the present he said.'. was the Mar At Us outbreak in 1914 many British miners in the adjacent territory of Can 'ada, hastenedfto their country's aid. 1 "When the demand for men to cany- i-nar industries bee line press ing another outpouring took place Heanng from the outside ol the ever increasing wagei, tbe being accustomed to adapt themslves to var- ious kinds of work were n.ul'-k to take advantage of tho opportunities. 'Thus., the war drew upon, the mau-f power'of Alaska, and ndlre'ctly. And-.the wages which 1 row'them have held the men tway rom the north." Dr.-Rouerts_said that high costs of operation have not only lessened ae- .ual mining, 'hut have disconrascd prospecting for new grounds and de- velopment .of'finds already LONDON, Nor. Britain, France and. the Unite! Stales have, through thslr ambassadors, expressed satisfaction with the settlement .of the Adriatic Question reacted at napallo, last week, Premier (iiolltti of Italy, announced at a caWnet meet- ing yesterday, ;6ays a dispatch from the Slefani News agency, a eemi-offt- clal organization. Premier quoted as declar- ing the situation in the armistice zone around Fiiime' gave no cause for aus- lely. He said that although ho did not understand what.was meant hy a strategic frbntler for such a smali state as Flume, her liberty and Inde- pendence were as, under the treaty, any'violation by tho Jugo- slavs would be tantamount to a de- claration oC 'war.oa Italy. 'cabinet approved a bill ratify- ing the annexing the new territory which goes to Italy by virtue of the provisions 61 the convention. .Jos. Cach, of Orange, N. J., must appear at police headquarters, able to walk a chalk line 365 days a year, 'after taking pledge to abstain from intoxicants. during that period. same opinion himself until he had looked'into tho question from the an- gle ot the Edmonton office, and It Is to make an InQUlry into the whole matter that ho is here.- A working policy for the coming year will he de- cided upon as a result ofhia visit. ANGLICAN BISHOP CONDEMNED LAW Nov. AB- spclatcd proposal to trans- fer tho-powers of the liquor control Loard to the homo secretary and tho secretary for Scotland will shortly engage -the attention ot parliament. The liquor hoard has made different local regulations regarding the open- lug conditions of sale for some time but many have contended that It, was1 purely .a measure to assist in. the prosecution of tlic war whichJshpuid have .ended the cessation.of the conflict. Opposition' will ha offered to' the continuance of this on the ground that it would perpetuate bureaucratic con- trol.' There is not the least doubt that nobody desires to return to the all-day opening system. The licensed house keepers are completely against U. "Whatev.er legislation is enacted, in the near future, will probauly he only temporary pending a review of the liquor question hy parliament later. TORONTO, Nor. a day or two before the fatal shooting of Beverley hotel keeper, ot Sandwich, Onl., hy Her. J. 0. L. Spracklln, special temperance act en- self as found liy the coroner's fellow clergy- man of Spracklin's, namely the Angli- can Bishop of Huron, rotjndly con- demned the law which Spracklln and its officers were seeking to" enforce, "I feel that it IB said .hp Bishop, "that a law should ever javo been placed upon the statute iooks of this province which impels a large of the to vio- late its provisions without feeling a sense of wrong-doing." The Bishop said that, ho that the efforts of Mr. Spracklln had been, Ill-advised and likely to prove ineffective. Don't btama tha stomech i the real causa Is in the slow liw and bowels- readily relieved by Dr Chase's Kidney Inter Pills Onopillidose: ZSc 3 dealers Chases KH10I05 WRANULEij, INDIGESTION Tula good, Jo food; tnitantly on or ta WKter; QUICK RELIEF! HADE BY SCOTT BOWNE r MAKERS OIF SCOTT'S EMULSION iz An active brab must have blood, not poisonsd with products of Kvef and kidney laziness. Appear At U TM Rttbel a caller or Aa nactpcctid to- Yiniloo you cu fed OB- fUent of awejifajtg atyoorbest In bet mofKQtilt rulers to yoor a tfoadofoHy pm; loft compldkm it beyood Qourauds Oriental Cream ONLY TABLETS MARKED. "BAYER" ._ARE_ ASPIRIN Not A'spirm at 'All without Hie "Bayer Vice-l'rcsidcnt of. Imperial Oil Company is Edmonton Visitor i f Secret Aerodrome. Reported Not Far From Estevan, Where Planes Get Cargoes (Rcgjna How long he will remain on. the Scene depends entirely on Iho meas- nre ot success with which.lie meets in dodging the iiolice, but The Leader HEADACHES Make Life Miserable was Informed on extremely creditable suKerino; authority yesterday that two rum- Jlnually from the dull IhrpbbinEs, authority yest runners plying their trade by tho.air route are. on 'a successful business in the sooth of tho province, not far from Estovan. Their aerodrome is Probably It Is only a uiireglRter.ed. landing field concealed -snugly lnr the folds of roll- ing prairie'' where American machines.take turns in" landing load- ing with the coveted liquor anil dis- appearing again southward into tho sky, far1 beyond the reach of Inter- fering constables and customs officers. Identify Not Known. Although tho Idontlly of the machines and their pilots are nn> known, their cjilslenco and tbo pur- pose of their frequent visits to''Sas- katchewan are known to officials of the Canadian Air Force Association. "Wo havo heard of these said T. II. Kpenco, provincial secre- tary of the association, In conversa- tion with The Leader, "and, as- a matter of fact my Instructions aro to notify all police officers and officers ot the air service to bo on the watch for all American machines, as whether they are bent on Illicit traffic or not, they nro not licensed io fly tri Canada, and as likely as not (hey are evading the customs." Headaches arc one of the most'ag- gravating troubles ono can have, and it is hard to struggle along with n head that aches and rains, .all-, tho lime. Headaches seem to he.habilnal with many people; some "if sultering con- the Intense pains; sometimeS'lrf bii'j part, sometimes in another, and then-ngairi over the whole head. There in only one .way to re- lief from these persistent headaches, and that Is by going direct tho seat of.the trouble, for unless the cause Is.removed, the headaches will still continue to oslsl. that purildck'lilooA Bit- ters keep tho stomach, Ijver and els. ,np is proof enough to show thfit it wilt cause of tjio headaches. Mrs. Harold Lanaln, Owen Round, system wag mn down and my blood out.of.order. .1 suffered a great deal 1 from severe ipalns In' ray which made mo feel .very miserable. After, having tried: other remedies I purchased a bottlo of Burdock ZJlobtl Bttters, find was Very glad lo nollco a decided Iinprpvcmeiit in my health, so I took aiiother nnd am glad that it has done me an enormous amount of good. I have recommended It to my friends, who were In a similar condi- tion, and they nil aay It Is a wonder- fnl remedy." B. n. is put up only by The T. Mllbnrn Co., Limited, Toronto, Advt. TO LAUNCH CANADIAN LEADER no; suner MONTREAL, Nov. Cnnad Ian Leader, the 12th ship to bo .'con slniclpil uy tho Canadian Limited, for (ho Canadian Govern- Dr. Chsso'j Ointmcn! wU] mcnt Merchant Marine will he launch- cd Novcmhw 37, 6ho lo a vessel of, ictonlo. SaiiSplo Ika'trcoll yo'i I eoeloso 2c, stamp to pay fEiln'.onton Journal) A. M, McQueen, vice-prcsldcut of the Imperial Oil company, is In Ihe city to make on investigation into tho situation arising from the recent oil Hud in Ihe north. He will confer with tup local .representatives of the company with a view to deciding npon plans for actual development ot the Fort Norman Held. When ashed about the policy of tho company for the future utilization ot its northern strike, Mr. McQueen said that the great problem to be solved was one of transportation. The news of the strike had been most encour- aging to the head oflice, for it was the first real news of tlio kind that had coins, after a long and costly search.: tor. oil at many diffcrenl points. The-, situation was regarded by the company 'as hopeful, nnd the strike- would be followed up as might be found most feasible. Must Find flow Much Before attempting to deal with the transportation tjuestion, however, the well would have to-be tried out, paid Mr. McQueen. It not been possible for lack of tankage facilities, lo make a real test of tho flow, and.while il had been ot a very promising kind there was no certain Information yet as to whether or not there was enough oil to be commercially profitable. Thai point have' to bo determined before anything further was done, and it woulfl ho necessary fo secnro proof of a flow o! from to bar- rels a day to warrant tho extensive operations likely to be renulred. As to how tho. oil would ho got out to market, Jlr. JlcQueeri declined to commit himself. Ho was hopeful that a-way.would bo found, but It n nipd lino should bo f6und necessary It would he a mailer of several years before It could be constructed and tho cost, as already alated by Presi- dent Stillman, would run Into 000. The water route, on tho other hand, would bo" able, under present conditions, lo carry only a small pro- portion of the amount of oil produced. Keep Oh at Windy Point Mr. McQueen said that drilling op- erations would be resumed at Windy 1'olnt, on Great Slave Lake next spring and would be continued through the snminer unlil Iho field was fully Irlod out.- No oil "had been struck In any of the other Alberta fields In which tho Imperial company Is at The explorer Slefansson's prediction lhat Mackenzie river oil would be used locally in Winnipeg In ten years' time was referred to.by Mr. McQueen as an Interesting opinion from a man who know a great deal about tbo north. Ho not In a position, however, to say whether or not hn was of the package winch" contains complete-di- jiantc "Brvyer Aspirin at all. Accept only Aspirin'- rcctions. Then yon BTO getting real genuine scribed by physicians for over rtinc- cn years. Now mado in Canada. Handy tin boxes containbijr 12 tab- "Rayer Tablela of lels coat hut a few cents. Druggist? unbroken- "Bayer1' also sell larger "Bayer" packages. There is.only one mast "Bayer" n is tho trarfa niarlc In Canada) of Bayer Manufacture of Mono-' It lj) T.'cJl kr.own Oiat Asi'Irhi meani Uayer wlil bo stamped with Ihelr genera! trado mark, Croia." Company PENMANS signed to fit the human form being stretched 'into shape. Perfect freedom of move- ment for the limbs and muscles of the body is made possible by the uniqiicclasticPenmari knit, which allows Hie garment to stretch easily with every movement the body. The name your assurance of comfort and durability in.Umlcnvear. Underwear Of fXCCLltHCS" TttiKuM Lirailei, Paris. Also ir.clcrs of Jlositry and Svealer Coots ;