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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGK TWELVE THE LETHBRib'fiE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1910 The Final Victory Loan for the launching o[ til (he CaLadlan provision oth lie deal Victory loan 1m K-en K--1 cr ihoy require. The loan Is fun. From Ihis fo'wsrj iieejed also la the heary the end or 'Iho ir.iMis iuler- in the fEcanclal condition ol tho IVmln'on wUl Increase steadily. There dhures attcndinj the JemoWliEsUon ot Canadian, overseas a.rmy. Gratuit- ies and bide pay run lato enormous Is need tor a discussion nol onK ot sums. Tte creJlu lo Great Britain tho hiLdammtals at Na-.ionsl F1nar.ce. (o her to continue fcujinj Can- lor iha diffusion ol inlormalloi: idiii. irroaiu-ls bare been wry large, ell over the country to lie par-] Greece, KoumauU, and Belgium haTfi 'or vh'ch ibis sperllLe supplied with fowlsinrts. cloth- Is required. The war is over. The ap-s IEE. anj throush a loin ol peal lo ilir vin-ilic-ivar seventr-ilva million dollars muile Active In the rloatins ft former loans j the Cpnidiaa tovernmenl lo the EOT- be made upflrt this occaeloD. eruuiecta el theje countries. Sir Hen- IcsLfad. there raua te an apreal lo! rr Draytoa nya thit ihe common sense the people and! will haTO lo be mafio to finance Iho to. their to do all that is pos Mport ol our natural products. The Eible lo iV restoratioa o( loses will be repaid la Urae. and sinrh Lormal conditions ia the Doiuitilca. I iwrtloM ol them ai are cot promptly The thing that must re Ululd.lH by Importation of Brit- pressed upon the rutllc mind Is Iho- IB.L ihat, a Icnje pan at the lo wipe out ihe Indebtedness o[ the Gorernmen'. to tl__.....a.i ihai Lave advanced great a -quarter c-I n billion enable Govern mral lo Rrant credits lor ihe purchase ItK and continental Into Cai-ada. will remsln to the cred- it of the an iiv pi caplttL on interest wlU tm drawn. It Is good to hire, conilderable. In- vestments abroad Instead of remaln- _ Canada was r-elore the of goods (or export to weliulTely debtor ration IL tries that are to pay cash for prewar days (or the. Urlt- people bad almost, three billion dollars invested In Canada. They own- ed huge blocts of national, provincial sill securities. They held tho bult of the bonds and alocU o[ our rajlwayi. They htd much In lands aid in Bistern man- enterprises. blotki of bank capital Brllisn. Jt re- quired tho export of about R hund- and fiflj" million dollars' worth of Canadian products ycirly iv pay even tha lutercst on tiJs grea.1 Inrestment- The fad Khy Canadian ei- 'l s.s (he of a builJing Js dependent upoa its so ETC healthy teeth dependent upoa healthy gums. Permit Ihe puns to become in- fUraJd or leader and you weaiea the fcu-idsLipn of the Tin; coa- citioa is calicd Pyorrhca Loaiubg of teeth is a direct result. Ar.J. spoiigv, reccdin; invite pziiful tooth-base decay. Ttcy act, too, as so many doorways for germs to cater the system the joints.cr otiier EilmFnL1'- Picrrfcei (Riggs' Disease) altscis fear oiit c.f five jwoplc vrho sre oTcr icrtv. And many untferHctCEc, alsa- Its first syraptoo is tender SD j-OTi snbuld look to cjsssl Use positively1 If HEcd, ia time and used oon- Iv also ECienllficzIfy cleans ihe them white and cJran. Brash ycur with it. If gum-phrintage has [a, Elart iisbg FoiTian's and consult a dentist immediately for special _-. _ 15c ecd lubeE. All Druggists. LTD., Monlraal, Can (IrMn would hare been almost ruln- cus- (or ihe peojiio cf 'he Dptnlnlon their buyins ttiuacily seriously reduced by lha export o[ iheJr products to pay interest on tha external debt. It la I here for a o[ great that (ho Canadian people as a choulJ EOUIB of lha Canadian.people Ihe bulk ol the noa- spent Ib prosecuting the war. The. Interest Is sponi in thd country and benefits in tbo til classes ot the debtor as well as lha creditor. It lha argument here presented Is sound one, then 11 follows tQit to ihe very lliult of our capacity wo should contluua to buy Victory Douii. The new JS5U9 will have ta yJeM at least four hundred jullllun dollars to en- able tie National Treaaurr lo dis- charge Its obllgatloua during the cur- year. Victory Bonds aro tn Investment, but they than thai. They aro ft BlgJ that have falUi In (heir coun- try, in Its vast rejourJes, ID tho stabil- ity of Eovernrnvni. In the will and iho nf Ihe people to build up ami maintain a clTlltzaitaa which will Maud tha itrcsa that can bo to upon, the fyi.-li- ttons whereon the Dominion has been reared. L'he. report vat bj Uev. A. j. McCrlmmob. Toroulo, chancellor of untvenlty, who also inortd It idoptlon. In doiog so, he raid McMasler Univenity had been dc porls lo Great Britain >vera than Canada's Imports from Great FOR THE GUMS Adler-i-k; I am: "Adlcr-i-ka is the on'j- medicine for gas on Lhe alomach. 1 neyer had BO much relief nfLh any medicine. I, r.ot take ?25.00 for thq relief cancel their share of the debt. Oct. Alleging libel. Alderman and Mrs. John Queen have brought suit against ihe Winnipeg Telegram for damages in con- nection with I wo nrtlcles referring lo an incident ID which it stated They had lo ba aoout a hund- red taJ fifty million, greater 11 we wero not to keep solug more deeply Into debt veir by ibroush the rs-lnTe5imenl ot British. moneT m Canada. During: the tha British sold or puL !LI pledge largo amounts or Canadian proh- aoly lhan half a hilllon dolltirs' worth hava been buying securities by means of a large s ol ciporLa. It ia anticipated that after til nre Canada will heye reduced; her debt lo British capital by at half a billion dollan, nnd that herc-j afier she -trill hara to export Iweoiy-j lire mUlloij dollars' worth less'of her products than in pre-war days to pay her annual interciL bill to GrezL Brit- ain. Bnt It may be argued that the Can- adian people as a irhole will not ben- em becausa some ol ihsru owe lees D some ol the ErKlah people luan. they did berore the Tor. This I? n mlsUken It Is true that there.has been n ___ Increase of Canada's Internal debt because-ol'lhs war..'For a" per- iod ot years too long to estimate vrlth acy degree ol certainly all the people of Canada, as taxpayers Trill hare to pav abont a year ES in- Icrest on the war debt to'tie much smaller number of Canadians hold war bonds. But when we down lo concrete cases instead of tlealiDg in Ihe mass the debt burden ol two bllHons dqea not look so hope- lessly large. Thefoterest amounts to about 515 per year per head. Ererr Ehop girl or domestic or who bas been able lo buy three hund- red dollars' worth ot Vic ton' and their numbers run up into hunrt-j reds or get annually' in Interest from Ihe Government a little mord 'ban enough to pay his or her share or the laialion dae to war That returned soldiers had torn a red flag down from Ihe front of Queen's residence and that Mrs. Quesn had said that Ebe ft BoUhevlk auJ proud of it; end fln article descrlnllre of ihe appearance of ths eight leaders on apriea.ra.nce jn dacfe iv brought lo trial. FIL RESULTS OF Kelurned Soldier Freshman Had Hair Cut German llob SlrFe, Trouble Llkclr SASKATOON. OCL IroubU over hulug has broken out it the UDlttrslty ol are a number ot ntnrped soldiers la ihe freehman elm find Ihe upper claismcn permitted one of their num- ber, A boy or Geraan parentage, lo cut JiaJr of rno of the returned en Into weird ehapce. Tha original decision of the sopho- mores was that tbey would not In- clude returned toldier members of the frcahmen cldas In the "Initiation" lhay had already receded more thin, the iophi could erp fo E've. night, however, PJ the for JnltlaHoD. neared. practically be eoLlre freshmen class locked Ihem- elvea Into ono of classrooms. The sophomores rtn n. fire hoso throuih broken transom but could not dis- lodge the freshmen. One senior forced hie way Into the room, but was thro through a wlndon- by the fresnlea and sustained badly cut wrists. Tula raged tha sopha, who broie down tbe door and atonned tlie room. The (Ijhl In Ihe room lasted nn hour, desXa other furniture were broken up and used ai weapons. This light was finally stopped by ODD ot Ihe profeisors. and Lbe fresli- nien emerged peacefully after exact- in? a promise .from the eophs that their hair would not be cut. The jun lora and Eenlors, aroused oier the jn Juries to their classmaleE, -held a raeetinj, bowcrer, and decided that Lho freshmen should hays, their hair c.ut. In Ihe culling, cae of tLo return cd men was decorated by the German bob, with tho result that further trou ble Is expected. Several of the participants were more or less seriously injured, one suffering a heary contusion on. tbe ull from a piece oC lead pipe. BERNE. Oct. with the results of Ihe elections to tho na- tional council, which show only S9 Socialists chosen on ihe (inal count, Is expressed by the press toOay. The. Swiss democracy, these newspapers comment, withstood vic- toriously a'ELrong attack OQ tho parl of the extremists, who had been boost- ing that the bourgcoise party would be snowed under. The final results show tnat the conncil, with a total ol 159 membe'n, nrlll oe iip B5 lol- Iowa 63: Catholic Consen-allTe-r, 42; Socialists, 39r the Xew Peasant parly, 27; Liberal De- mocrats, 3; Eastern Switzerland De- mocrats, 4; GruCleans, 3; Progress-ire Bourgeoise.-l; 'PEG debt. other words, their ons battle ot Adlcr-1-lia me. 1 1 Had Ihe country Irled to finance Ha done recommending it." exnenflllure by foreign Instead ol (Slpied) H, b. Hicks, .Ashlar, TN. Adlcr-ifca. expels gas and EOUT- test, EtoppinK slomacQ distress STANTLrY. Fxnptie? BOTH upper loTrer boweJ, tlusblus ENTIRE alimentary, canal. Hemores ALL foul matter TrKirh potsor.s eystera. Often CURBS constipation. FTCTCIIS ap- have sold Adlor-i-tia. niany It Is a mliture ot buck- thorn. glycerine and nine olh- simple drugs.- Co., D. HlglnboTham internal l Chat to havo been condition of Can ada would have been vastly moro ious today. Our debt to external cred- itors would have been over four ai.d a half JuillioD dollars, and lo pay the interest nt tho current rate would iiare involved (be eiporl of about two huudred and thirty million dollars' worth of Canadian products yearly without any corresponding imports. The effect upon the manufacturers and merchants of Caiada of euch a The Modern Medical Idea Prevention TUcV in nhen he dereloprd the ncclne iKilmcnt to combat (mrlljiox, Edirjid Jir.ntj helped to dirl the (rend d though! in the new direction ol Siflaut Frmetiax. Today aaU-toxinij icnimi, ticclaej antl tanitnion all checV diiraj! before it can hold. But conillrii- lion jlrll remainJ one ol iV.c inoit drvulHing of all Ltraiue the botly'i JXIITCT of reiiltacccit miVti i: -n riiy o{ crery ind say diwrdcr- nifdical spree lliat 95fJ of diidielinili in ihe ir.lcilioal conilipalion, Your physician viill yoy (hat pilli, sain, cirtor inincMl Milcif, etc-, (imply the ;jitem Tidken Nujol is entirely Nujol prevrnlicormipition hecauit it sodem ihs foodwuit ?.nd encauitgrt the intejlinjl mimles lo art .Nujol helps Nalvre ertabliih risy, iliorouph boistl llon at rfguUr taakhieil haV.t In ihe voiH. a from your (otlaj-. li.r fafflth Veel of Nujol Slanciaid Oil (Ntn Jcriey) JO DroMnay, Yori. Nujol HID, ui.rAT.orr, Constipation Oct. CongeEllon at :he Union alockyarda is Increasing, de- spite the embargo. The receipt o[ 402 ?arg last nlghi, a new high record, has dlled any chance of rcmoral of era bargo by Frlrlar. The situation is attributed to tbe cold weather and desire to liquidate before cattle lose weight on feed alJoTraDCea anc bare pastures and to tbe fact the trains made up on Ibe Canadian National and on through bill log had Lheir through blUs canccllcil and were unloaded in the local yards Ultimately ihey were again blllei south, but the National railway. the Grand Tmnk Pacific refuse lo le their cnra cross the border, except on through bill thus throwing a treble burden on the Canadian Paeltlc rail way, whlcli U carrying' all shipment! Boulh that orfgJnato in Winnipeg yards. Every possible effort 13 be- ing made to clear the yard and in Ibi meantime shippers are being urged L hold back for a few days 1C possible. LONDON', Oct. e house of commons yeslerday In r ply to a question, Cecil llarmawort secretary of slato to orcipn affairs, atalcd Ihat the gov einmcnt wai endeavoring to circct a exchange cf Humans for Lrilish cit zena licld prisontrs In Ttusgla by Ih soviet. A conference with rcpreacnta lives of the Uohhevik In Ihis conne ion Trill bo held shortly In Denmark It believed Ihat 77 officer and 17 men were being held Ir. Uu sin. In answer lo another question, n ated (hat no reply had been rcccl lo the supreme council's nole to Germany and ncntrnls requesting CG- operatton in the blockade ol eovlel Rusala. Tbc allied naval forcea had hecn In- structed to turn back any ships sail- ing lo (he Tlaltlc ports, Theae mtaaurc.i did not constltile a blockade tn Ihe legal Fence and no communica- tion other than that published had been made to the neutral The elatemcnt that A halt million v.o- men were likely to r-erlsh as A result of tho blockade was without founda- tion. ARTISTS CONSIDER UNIVERSITY REPORT OTTATVA, OcL cblcl Horn Interest at yesterday's-session o Ontario find Quebec Baptist As latioQ was the preseotallon and dls ssion ol the jeport o[ the board o vcrnors bl McMaster University and ha Woodatock and Moultou asset ot the fTftcancEtj on tho board of deuioahAitloo. Nell, Toronto; D, K. 'oronto; Albert Toronto; U. Warren, Toronto, O, S. Hat- Draulford, were elected to (111 Rer. John Mo-lot McMulcr Unlrorally. r city- to Jnipector. first T7. an otrlal 3. cuj- The Unusual in Overcoats at their best1 in the Fit-Reform selection of happy styles, worthy fabrics and masterly tailoring. -Pefotm McKELVIE McGUIRE- LETIIBRIDGJt worry "winter your freezing. ;JJse forget there is'such athirigaa frozen] radiator.' Johnson's Freeze-Proof does_ application lasts all FREJKE-PROOg easy'to and Ifcraises the boiling point of water to Guarantee!