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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THK LambtonySfcmber Fights, Hard For.'CpatrolQf Ocean Freight v.Commission .____ OTTAWA, April In the house last night'of what a face- tious member termed a 'JTiardy' eunial" led the way to strong charges against Cansda Steamship Ilnes.J For so'pje yearn J. B. !Armstrong, ot East liambton. has sought to have the railway .acf so amended-as brlcg shipping on Inland, waters and in tho coastwise trade under the control ot the rMlvay commission. Again'today Mr.'Armstrong's hill was before: the-house on second read Ing. Sir. A'rmstrong took: .opportunity to dub-lhe Canada Steamship lines a war talk of gold and sU- Mr. Armstrong, THE DAY IN PAflLIAMENT THE HOUSE Second '''reading given, tc bill amending Soldiers' SottlsmtRt which passed the ebirimlUte" Progreii' reported on bill Proflreii repoe on mend, the Opium and Drugs Act Blll'.to'farlng Inland shipping an coattwite trade under JurltdicHon of railway cams up for and debate was THE Question of sup- pi lei for the Magdalene lilandi de- bated. Blllratlfylno agreement be- tween govern and city of Ot- tawa put through committee. RELIEF FRO! 'but Canada" Sleairiship lines made mori prbfit jast year'thah all the gold and silver, inlies -In Canada." Incorporatid In iSiV'on a capital, of Jess than financial statement Of the Canada Steamship Hoes sopited" last.year a surplus siren millions and assets totalling .Alj .this, he said, had exacted from tho pockets of the people In. the form of excessive freight rates. Railway freight rales on west- ern grain were controlled. But when the grain reached Fort Tyilllam It was lurned over to a group ft vessel own- ers who were not under any form of government control. Steamship lines had enacted from the. farmers of Western Canada 10 cents a bushel 'ought110' have done. Of- i'crop bushels, this would be. jSO.OOO.Opb. Mr. Armstrong's1 arguments were contested by on his side 6f the house. 'Edmond Bristol, of Toronto CenIre, claimed thatilr. Arm- WALTER RUNCIMAN Who was a candidate for the, by- election ou Friday in North Bdln burgh, seeking lo repeat the perfor- mance of his chief, }lou. H. .H. As- quith, in the Paisley by-election. Both yew-defeated ios tho last igectrai 'election. "I had fta attack of Waping BO bad that my clothes would be net through at times. Forf our aw nibs, I suffered terribly, I could get DO relief until I tried "Frvit-o-fivts" asvl Altogether, I 'bave used threa boxed of "Sootha-Salva" anil two of and am entirely well." G. TV. HALL. Both these favorite remedies are sole! by dealers at 50c. a box, 6 for or sent on receipt of price bjr 'I'ruif-a-tivea LUsited, Ottawa. Is also put no In 'sells for 25o. .VALUABLE PAPERS The Safety Deposit Boxes of this Bank offer security for valuable' papers, documents and effects.-" The rental of one1 of these boxes ,is mo'derate and -protects you against loss by fira or theft. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Blrong'had assets ot the 'Steamship lines. Bales on during the war, saiil Sir. Bris- tol, .were fixed by the Canada Wheat Board. The only way to get cheaper rates was by building more ships, H: H. Stevens, ot Vancouver, further argued that to place shipping on in- land waters under tho control o! the railway board would .increase rather than decrease freight rales. Debate on Sir. Armstrong's bill was preceded by a discussion .In commit- tee on a government bill, to amend the Soldiers' Land Settlement 'Act, a bill which finally went through, committee and now stands for third reading. During the discussion, Hon. Arthur Melghen, minister of the interior. made the .Interesting statement that women who served' In the Imperial and Allied armies and ordinarily re- sldo in Canada, come under the pro- visions of the settlement scheme. Dr. Reid adjourned the debate at 11.45 .j TbBAGCO BROUGHT IN MORE T'HAN LIQUOR PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE'FUtfD Hintgcr. you eat let it be tKe best. Real Seville ''I Otange jvlartnalade ianJ Sugar No camouflage. of SIR EDMUND WALKER. u.'.p., friuinl Ot. A. S. VOOT, Dirtdtr JVIid-Sumrner Local Exatriinations in Music The Conseiratory's Exaramtrs >n Pradual Brancka trill -'conduct examinations in Vanitdu, Sastaiciitmai Alberta aiW British -Columbia, during Hie latter part ol June or cany of July next, definite dates for the vanous centres to be de V cided upon after 1st by which date applications from all points in Western Canada must hire reached the Registrar Thedry Examinations for all Canada, June 21, 22, arid 23 OTTAWA, April Canadian increase of over list year's figures la shown In the March statement ol excise revenue accrued during the months. In March, 1919, tiio tctai }3.- .March, this 5ust Submit to Examinations .Every Hundred Yards' Or.So TRIEBTH, April The road to Plume fs set -R-ith "traps' 0 catch the wandering adventurer s'ine posts of carabineers are placet ilong the way of 4S miles from Triesii and other document: are examined with the closest scrutiny at each. An automobile cannot pass he post unless the man on watch has rcofented and raises a wooden gate Bimilar to those at American rail- road crossing. Seven o? tho "traps" are on the Ital- j _n regular command's side OS. .the route aid' two on d'Annutuio's side.! There sra.three withiu five miles of Trieste and the remaining four are scattered at about equal distances apart for the rest of the way until the poet's'.frontier la reached. At 4he poet's irohtler, the regular carabineer of the local zone guard- Ing the armistice liuo and it the trav- eller has not got it, he Is sent to the headquarters ot the nearest carabin- eer command, which is located at Ab- two miles away. At Abbazla, the wanderer Cf. of.CuUa, U3-. Totonto RUSSIAN RAILWAY SHOPS WILL NEED TEN YEARS TO CATCH UP March' Russian railroad wording' maximum of peace time capacity, will reqrjtre more than 10 years to restore normal traffic with the present facili- ties of production, according'to a sur- Vey recently publishes in' thS Eco- nomic Tho chief needs aro Bh'own to be tho importation of roll- Ins etock and the homo development of tho transportation Industry. The survey shows that in 1914' the number of locomotives was approxi- mately with 16 per t-ent. unfit for use. The present number of loco- motives is about with -flrty-nlno per cent, out of commission or .In need of wairo or Substitutes ;