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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHRmnf.F. DAfLY IIERAIJ1 THURSDAY. OCTOBER 16, 1913 BULLETINS WASHINGTON, Ocl. The scuttle today voted down Hie niuciutmcnt lo llic peace treaty under which German rights iii Shantung would Ile- vcrl lo China instead of lo Japan. Former Minister of Finance is second ot ihe bin. but Heartily in Favor Of G. T. R. Bill OTTAWA. Ocl. debate OD the Grand Trunk resolution was re- fumed In the house this afternoon by Sir Thomas While, who said Ihst it had betn his intention, to speak on A FREE BOX Here's .a to prove lo your satisfaction, .and at But does end -aod heal .sores and skin dlscftses. Mall this advertise- ment Ic stamp (for return postage) to Zim-Buk Co.. Dupont St., Toronto, and we will send you free box. Norinem Kail nay in Cauida .__.. ___ _ _ had increased Ihe productive capacity be present discussion had taken OQ iho prairie provinces lo a great ei- a general character, he hid decided to IODI. bat under the system followed speak oil the resolution. In opening, llu transcontinental Hues, there had he wished to say thai the policy ofjboen a wasteful duplication 10 llic the government iii acquiring the Grand .detriment ol ihe entire country, Frc-igM Trunk Kail way System hat) Ins beany j pales hart betu increased to help the and unqualified 'support. In. fact, ho j three rcadi meet Iheir obligations. Sir failed to see how ihc Rovercmeni could do anything ebo when the rail- road siluatfoD and (he transportaifoa needs o! Canada were taken into con- sideration. Sir Thomas said it was not in- tention lo 50 into details with regard Thoicas traced ihe railway siiuattozi from 1911. l.nrgo loans ivere required every year and in 19lU.il was decided that the country could not continue paying out large sums and allow the road to stay in. private hands. _________ M. _ to itie financial condition of Canada's merit Tha per cent, discount for cash. Peter LaValley, Auctioneer D. J, McSwain, Clerk -Address c-o Dowiley Land. Agency, Lethbrlffga. EMPRESS OF FRANCE Novembci 1 November 25 Than Days at Sea VERPOOL, 10 a.m. MinTiedosa ..........Ocl. 16 Scandinavian .......Oct." 2J' Mctagama .......i...Oct. 30 Apply Local or 8.S. Ag'jn" or W. C. CASEY, General Agent, Allan. KII- lam McKay Bldg., 3M Main Street, Winnipeg CMUDIAN- PACIFIC V SERVICES Sir George Clerk Sent Righl Hack Decau.se Rumanians Arc Dilafory "Why, it may atari gossip.1.' li you over heard thai, hava yon over said il yourself) See why It was laid In "Tho UlTorccc" at Ihc Kmprcsi theatre willi Uarrvmoro ai Iho slar Ott. The fiunrcme coun- cil ol Iho peace conference decided this morning to send a reprefwnlallvfi lo nudaneat to tfeal with new' com pll- calioni In Ihe Elluallon there. Thn council selected Sir George CJarkf who was sent monlh by the coun- cil in Uuchnre.il with a' Hole lo the flumarlan government In connection wllh the Itcirnnnhn occupation of Hun- Rary. Sir Onorge returned to Paris from IhU on Ocloher 7. The decision lo dispatch him nop.v to Uie Hungarian capital was caused by (he receipt ot a telegram -from (he rnicr-Hlllcd mission In Budapest com- of the dilatory iVctlcs o( Iho Itumanlans and demanding lhat Ih'ey he compcllGrt lo withdraw' Jlun" gary Immediately. The teleEiam from (he.lntcr-Hllled nrlsjlon wan [n.lne strongest lerms and Iho council doiiidcrl thai It must he givtn prompt- attenlion. Sir (icorge will leave this morning ort-his new mission, Itach Itachael sMcWa, 'cjf, SU T plcadttl (lilljy crmrgs'ot ar.rf.Kild lhat hcp-llrUt husband Thomas, Wgnmy, d never wrote to her alj time' lie was over Isn'.t it lhat they have no par- or rib; home., They are'two of many during the year, who depend, on you for some of the things the world owes children. Are you.going to fail them? They won't fail you if you-give them a chance, Yes, as iar aS lhey are concerned. TL 1C1 J.1L rather and Mother Aren't you glad you have llie opportunity. Right now here's how you can help. The'fiome of these children and olhers, the Children's Shelter, must be moved lo a more healthful location. The women of the city, have undertaken this work, and to'do the job. and the ladies are counting oh the'generosity of the 'citizens to provide the at least. Won't you set aside 10, 1, or the besl you can do so that Leth- bridge can do its duly to its children. ;