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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAfiF TEN THE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, DECEMBER, 1920 Ontario Cabinet Minister Points Out Bat Our Beef From Tins LONDON, Nov. Can- Mian Associated Is the mystery surroundioe Jho refusal of I Lee of the Minister of ia his judgment, the argument put {orward li favor of removlnj uthV ex- isting safeguards" are far cutwelghed by the gravity of the objections would be urged against such a course. The. Hon, Manning Doherly, Minis- ter of Agriculture In Ontario, wb'o )s I present pn a visit to this country, expressed .himself astonished at tho I Ignorance which fcord Lbo'j argument exhibited, adds the Express. Lord said Mr. DoLerty, "remarks that 'the statement that P-ah- adlan store cattle could be imported econoihlcally In competition with the home article, Is open tb'considerable doubt; Is at complete varlvrto wllh the "Farmers here are paying 108 per more for stesrs than ihe corres- TO) GREAT RAILWAY PRESIDENTS Agriculture, to support the removal of class of cattle fetches In Can the embargo on lioporUtiOB because the supply Is Canadian store cattle to itcd in this coustry, and, second, be-: KSki; the DiiSy j ts-j5s sf ihs cssipaMUvs absence of i SJr. IxinJ paslurage facilities. The extensive In April 1917, assure you oreia of pasturags In Canada and tho that as far as tha English Board of. cheaper land enable us to breed our Agriculture is concerned, we aro iuj cattle far more cheaply than can favor pf the removal pf ihe embargo." j done In England, Lord Lee has not only failed lo fal-j "What Is the rssult of Ihe embargo! fil the promise givSn by hla prede- cessor. He has definitely stated that "DODO'S' KIDNEY Photograph shows -.the unusual pose of two of Canada's great railway presidents, Howard on left, and W. Beitty on right. The store cattle so badly needed in England and Scotland are eagerly snapped up by tha United States, and the English consumer receives them in the shape of tinned meat, The English people, instead of buying cat- tle hoof from us at a cheap rate, purchase tho same animals, can- ned from tile United States, .and pay two Cana'llan and American. "We welcome the British statesmen o .to Canada pnd deliver speeches abpct the. bonds; of Empire. Let them forge material bonds; let thepj open their markets to our cattle! and oftier produce; jet them look' nhlad and cut out trade channels within the Empire." CONSOLIDATED HAD SUCCESSFUL YEAR MONTHBAL, Dec. of the Consolidated Mining nn'd Smelting Company, LJmftcd, at their regular quarterly meeting held here yester- day, decided to defer action on the (or the last quarter pf 1SJO, Dr Cbiss'j and aOord AesZ uiMuenv pir jasi quarter pi iuzu, HciilDg. B'ew ulrlch terminates the fiscal year of ing' llle EnterPrlse, unt'l the Inventories surgical opcr- are nearlng a Eolutlon, says the'- Matin, During their conference In London, Premiers Leygnea and Lloyd George discussed the situation, and the latter Is said to have recognized the fact lhat British claims were In so.mo In- stances not well founded.-'- DENIES C'HARQEB TJUNVILLE, tint, Deo; David Hastings, local police magistrate, who has been suspended by Attpirey-Gen- efal Raney, denies the chargea made against him as relatediby tho attorney- general. BOILS SO BAD HAD TO GIVE UP WORK From tho days of Job, up to the (he afflictions pi the human race, 'the afllctlons of the human race. All the poulticing and lancing ypu may do will not prevent them from breaking out again.. Bolls are simply caused by tho bad Mood bursting out; n'ml the bad blood must be made pure bcforo tho boils will: disappear. Burdock Blood Bitters, which lias been on the .market for over forly years, Is well known as tho greatest blood medicine procurabla. It purlflea tho lilooil by removing every particle of foul matter from tho system: and when this la done tho bolls vanish, and you ahonld never ba troubled again. .lames Fahey, Newport Island, Quo., was troubled with bolls on my back and neck, so bad that I was obliged to'give up work. I several remedies, but got no relief. Finally I went to a doctor, and be treated mo for several weeks, Inll without benefit. At taut I told me of Burdock Blood Uitters, so I1 decided lo give It a (rial. I got [three bottlea, but before I had taken itwo the hoils wore- .all gone. It la titftht months now, and I have harl no rclurn of tho old trouble, and I have !never felt so well.1 li. B. B. Is put up only by Tha T. Mllbura Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. wise finish MB school term in. a.t least fairly sood health. The cramming before the examina- tion added to other worries naturally increases the strain enormously Girls It nervous children ninst through force pf circumstances be subjected to these tortures (hey should be carefully watched in regard to diet and Bleeping Music lessons, late parties, or movies should always be A Northumberland, Pa., man., fathe of 17 children, 15 of whom arp living was presented with four grandchildre in one day, INJUNCTION. SET; ASIDE WASHINGTON, Dec, in- junction: against the shipping board forbidding the sale of German liners. Issued 'by District of Columbia supreme court on appllca- (lou of Wm. Randolph Hearst, was set aside yesterday '.afternoon by the the district court of appeals. agb likt rkMnatiM b te polwai Wt in ky'Mwf- kltJMj) idton. CwTMt tktt condition by luiu Pr: KMMi-liMrWU. DMp lie. BLUE RIBBON TEA. It is a mistake to offer your friends inferior tea when you can fust as easily give them Blue Ribbon. 41 ONLY TABLETS "BAYER" ARE. ASPIrllli Not 'Aspirin at 'All without the- "Bayer .DuetVFor Mr, and Mrs. Goocb., be Mr. At- kinson. Mr. Gooch sweetest story ever Sir. shear. 9ong and you're in Mrs. Walker and Mr. Atkinson; troupe, ''God Bave the troupe nnd audience, A danco .was held after the show, which was well patronized and enjoyed by thoea who wished to Indulge. "Pierrots" Produce Entertain- ment Which Proves To Be A Big Business (From Our Own'; Correspondent) VULCAN, Dec. an audi- ence that completely filled the Com- munity theatre here last night, tha Vulcan Pierrots made their first ap- pearance as a group, in their enter- tainment In aid of the Woman's Instt inte of the All Salnta church. Their program and performance was by far the best ever seen in Vulcan, either by local talent or an outsldo company On all sides are heard expressions o: keenest delight and amazement at the excellence of the show, and there are many Insistent demands that this com [jany.rjf clever entertainers give a se'c ond rendering of their program at Eorae near future date. The troupe is made up of entirely local'people, ant goos to show some pi the possibilities, of the latent lalent of tho old homo lown. Great credit Ia due Mr. rtobt Greaceii, who was the originator .director of tbo concert. Those who look part are: Mrs. Denbigh, Mrs Walker, Mrs. Oooch, Miss Calssle find Messrs. Greaccn, Denbigh, Shear Gwch and Atkinson. The troupo al ready has nn invitation to felve theli program at Okotok's somo night nox week. Over }300 was realized Iron tho sale of tickets. The program comprising twenty numbers was as follows: how are yout" lire troupe. Mrs. Walker. Mr. Shear, Baptlsle camo Miss Calssie. Little en- tire troupe. story of my Jlr. Atkinson and Mr. Grcacen. Hong "Tho SbfniI-Slia-Wabblor's Mr. Clcoch. other Mr. Den- bigh. Mr. Greacon. entire troupo. Interval aro off to troupe. stopped ancl I Inoked and I Mr. Denbffih, Mrs. Walker. spell of the Yu> Aspirin prescribed by physicians for over nine- teen years "and now made in Canada; Always buy package of "Bayer-Tablets ,of Aspirin? which COB tain 3 props? dirbctuma' for CoHa, Headache, Toothache. Earachd, T Neu- ralgia, Luinbago, Rhcumattsm, Xcuri-' Joint Pains; iftid'Tain, generally. Tin boxes of !2 tnWets