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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'PAGE TEN THE I.RTKRinnGK DAILYBEKALD THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, CARRY OIL OF FAR NORTH TO BEHSEA J.VCUNBD TO AGKEE VfifH MH. HOWE1.L Proposal in Legislation- Sought From the Parlia- A' Pipe Line to Sea OTTAWA DC. tbo oil-products el tho Mac-Ken River ba'Efn to tho JJebnng gea lbt> Itno I-oni it bcj car-led b. lackers lo markets Ifce an ambitious project for[ v.-liich sanction will be sought by a! bill to ba considered by parliament' i! Iha approaching session. pro-1 posed.pipe lino would bo layed from} tho MacKouiie river to the Yufcon j river systems by way of Hni river and pcll'UlYcr, thence--by the Porcupine and Yuk'on rivers to salt water. Airplane VANCOUVER. Dec.- pros- pec-tors city are considering a scherao to uso a long distance air- ylane, If oae is procurable-, in -.rhich to fly to the Tort N'ormairoil fields, auS back to the" coast. T hey esnect thus lo atear a march on thisa who are waiting at Peace- River Crossing in the >cpc that ..e ab" to cater tiio district In-lhe'ii'pria? "The distance is isy-rairiatclv sir luiidred-miles'and Msjor superintendent of the station qF the Atr Board, thihks'e-i is mulo- feasible, i ____ I MONTREAL. Dec. ion Hon.' Ron-ell's tpeecaes U !Geneva. mornlag 'editqrially- '_ "Mr. HoVell beey objeL-Uug to i the plsus before o! Xa-1 lions (assembly for the o( t teehoical '.organizations dealiug with j. finance, heMtVariil 112 i ciaftuw! that by kdopting the propoai- ttoaa the-control would bo too mucut under tjis iqSucEico-ot thiropc, aro responsible- for'the. EUte of afjdirs The slam; inn'j .do good'' TLfa mea woald IsSn llo .tb'c league- mast to con-1 s'dec Icier areai than Europe In form I tnelr ideae S; ore Canadian Cattle for rich, relatives, to. die is way to live. LONDON; Det Canadian As- sociated Press sccreUry ot the I anmatrv of agricnltu-e admitted ii the house of conimoas jeatcrdav that hs attentiQH had been drawn to ai ship is at L> b .in i alter it lia I been m li-nn seas near Vats The cro were saved but statement Hon Manning Doherty, I rontu, that the British embargo on tattle a, gross Injustice to Can aila Ht.reitcrated his Inability to re move although he de- nleij tbat an) slur was implied on the hcaltli 01 Canadian cattle -A hunter .at .York, Me., was.killed whllo Ic'anlng on a. rifle wheii' his.dOS. ?eaped. up; and- stepped on tbo trigger, discharging the weapon CLcM a T is mually a breeder of nicer DOMINION C. B Q (Cascara, alcd tluoaU, lailamed tonsils Bromide and r can depend on these tablets to you relief, and lo completely relieve the cold, if taken rcgulail) at the outset of Ihc trouble. of neuralgia, iiiQueiizd and pneumonia. A cold i' a dangerous, deadl) tt'th ubic'u )ou cannot aflord to 'nfic. fflo'notlet a cold into anything more Break it up Yihik it is still a cold b) taking BREAK UP COLpg The) are prepared J by National Drug and Chemical Company of Limited, and eold by all w Wl Settle On The Date Dry Period Begins In West WINNIPEG; heads will diseiris tho date when in- 'er provincial traiing In llqnor will be pnhibiled in Manitoba, Saskatchewan anS at December 15, it was thB parllamen.t buildings'. Pr'emle'r' Norris and Hon; Thomas H. .'Jobjison, ittornoy- [general will represent Manitoba at the gathering and Premier Martin of Sas katchcwan and Premier Charles Stew >rt of their cabi net ministers, will take the matter up wltS. Ihe Arthur Meigbeu _ Amendments to the Manitoba Tern perance Act will be bronglif uito force at the same time the'federal'bYder-In- council Is proclaimed Under tho amendments all are limited to the issuance of onlv 100 prescriptions per month, and to er: ceed IS -.Stringent''penalties are provided for-b'reaches' of-.the'act I IVAnnunzio Pays Tribute To Men .Who Bound and Gagged Italian Officers. LONDON. Ccc. Officers ol tho Italian Vibmarlno chasor No. 6SP.N. tre'cherously" 'bound aud gagged by their, crew arid !then placed In a boat ivhleh'-took them In- to the- harbor of Kiume, says a .Milan diapatch to Ifie Louden de- scribing tbo -desertion of tho." vessel from, t ho blockading fleet along the Dalmatian coast. When the .boat landed, It inet by. Captain 'Cab- rlele d'Auuunilo, who gave the men a cordial reception, and. ihado an a-i- dress in which ho uenied, as a traitor Admiral MiUo; In command o( the naval forces, in thft Adriatic. Members of the d'Ahnuntio forces were asked to kneel before the de- because had "sav- MONTREAL PAPEK JIBES ONTARIO Dec, Gaietto thls.mornlng tays editorially "U'ueniployff.enl Is becoming so ser- ious In according to slate- ments m'ado' by men who should bo respousltle, LbM tlis sovernmenl Is urged'tp cstablieia relle! works, con- structteg roads and cutting pujp wood. This'li extraordinary. Can !t be that-thu socialistic shouters of To- .through' the hydrc-etectric arb s'ceXIng lo eliiniuala private'Interest and energy from a fiejd '.whfch -it ;are -sue- ceedlrig-4-are: hurting Instead pf-ho'.fr ins WARNING SENT TO :MISSIONARIES WAS, NOT OFFICIAL ed the hone r.ot '.the; Italian it la said, the, _ poet-soldier Betting an example by kneeling; BOUND TO RESTORE 1JJ3 address was greeted with cheers vmrivtA and of "Lot us go to' Spalato; 1KU1MA [et U8 80 to Rome." Tho chaner was MINING REGIONS then boarded Ly d'Anaunzio who ord- ered -the officers be released, if they to return' to their fleet and report; -the. Incident. Assertion is made their protestations of loyal- .TOKYO, .Dec! for a letter sent'to Canadian missionaries .at Manchuria, bya mili- tary commission giving warning that any spiritual or- material assistance Siveh1 Korean malcontents by British lead to a breuh In .thB good'-understanding betweftn Japan and Great'Britain has been diSr avowed by the foreign offlco hero. The BrliUh'govornjaeut bas beea informed tho foreign office has no kuowWdge of the letter and officials privately de claro It'lSitho work of a single officer. NEW YORIC. Dec. John J. Cornell o! West Virginia, de- clares that order is going to.-be-re: stored fn tho disturbed mining regions' of the state "if It trfkes every inan we can enrol t In West-Virginia .and. the United States army In Describing the; conditions-in county wher_a troops were called out. the governor saM-il was have been- "forty-or-, a number of pepplo have been beaten.' He ins-state'had not abandoned its soverelsntyby'this action, ty to the Italian government were re- ceived with'contempt, but they were depart.'by train. UNEMPLOYMENT-'IN- IN MONTREAL. Dec; marked in.- crease 'in the number girl and Viomen in the cit> haa been recorded at the majority of etnplov ment bureaus dnring tbe past' month. BOASTS MEMBERSHIP IH TERROR SQUAD BOLOGNA, officials at Polenta have arrested a man who boasts that he Is a member of squad' which IB composed oj 24 men who have plottei the assassination of pub- lic He cording to the police, that he es taped city in an auto Arman anelx 8ol shtvik named Mariellj. MEW DEFERPEO CABLE SERVICE G 51 KievjU, local manager 6f C P R Telegraph announced this, morning a new. deferred cable ser- vice." :Th'e ch'arEes on this amount" to fifteen cents aljrord and Ehould-.proyo a great assistance to those use this method of communl'-'ati'ng with other cotitinentp Talk isn't cheap when you hire awjer to do it for you. UNWILLING-TO SELL KOCH ESTER, N Y, Dec unvrllllngnesa of retailers to sell stocks' bought at high prices at a loG3, bo responsible for the conditions.of tbo can- ned goods by two.'speakera- at the opening of tbo annua meeting of the 'New, York ...Caniievs' association here, yesterday. SnUTLMGE Kobbeiy Thought to Be Moth 4 as Money and Jeweiry Are 1 The murder of Claude E. Emery, ajormer Edmon- ton man, Is still shrouded (n impene- trable mvstery according to high of- ficials of the Alberta provincial police who have been cqHOperating.wIth Chief o( Police an esilcaror to Mho the killing Chief Nicholson, of the A mcde Inp to Medicine Hat, latt: week 'flu returned to the city and Btites tint no fresh L clues' haro been i No regard for intonuatlon leadln- to the arrest of the murderer Ji as u ;et been offered but It Is anticipated that this ill be fortlicomlns shortly. According to a circular Issued b) Chief Taylor tho was apparently rob- bery as fiOv in bills and a diamond stickpin, Tilued at are missing The circular also states thai epme blunt Instrument was used, to; hammer in Emery's head i DANGER OF DEATH TEMPORARILY AVERTED DOORN, danger of the de'ath of the forfner German empress'' considered temporarily averiedj according to Information given out at Doom last night CCJJ.Jieattrcat3nent gives glass hard running edge combined-witli a tough' core which makes blades practically unbreakable Heavily nickel plated over copper to rust. Made of Special Automobile Steels Canadian Pacific Railway New Sixty-Ton Hopper-Bottom Box Cars ___ ie' NEW 60-TON BOX CAR WITH NOW BEING BUiLT FOR THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY. FLOOR SECTION RAISED POR GRAIN LOADING. THEfiE are now on order for the Canadian Pacific railway company of the new sixty ton hopper bottom cars which the company had hoped to have available for grain handling this fall biit owing to delay of eonti act- ois in getting material only a few have been le- ceived. Two features "which make this new equip- ment particularly suitable for service oira. road with a heavy grain'traffic stand out strongly in the design! of these 'latest-box cars now being built for'the Canadiani'Paci.fic railway. :The limit tlje carsi is tpn's, the floor'.having bottoms which is designed to tenarand'to elimihateitheineed for temporary The 40 ft. 6 in. long, 8 ft. 6 inside.' The cars imderframes, steel side steel .ends, and outside metaln'oofV: All'carh'ne flanges are cov- ereil, of. wood Arranged to prevent 1 -v the of .dust, that; might be'shaken down from tinie to time and Burnett door opening "on each side of the car.' for freight be dumped .through-.the Hopper the car has a solid leveffldoi; the same as an ordinary box car; i.AVheir grain, coal, are to be Ipadedihe specially construct- ed sectio'iis of; floor over the hoppers are'lurried uiragainstthe side door post. .Thiii arrangement allows the load to go directly into the hoppers, and also; saves considerable temporary floorJuniberi'' When the cars are unloaded; it is only necessary to r6move ;locks the hopper doors; the doors'open quickly by gravity. v Special care has been tuken to obtain satisfactory de- sign. The interlocking front and back edges afford exceptional protec- tion against weather and pilfering; The .top edge.-is weather proof, yet so arranged, that it cannot become blocked with iiev; The bottom of the door is fitted with turned rollers that fit on a very substantial and rigidly sup- ported 'track. Thti trucks are of the standard arch bar type with improved truck' spring'plank and truck column fastenings, pinless brake beam, -hanger-brackets, and four-point brake beam Suspension, This type of truck'Has given the best satisfaction of any s6 far used by this railway. THE HOPPER OPEN DISCHARGES OUTSIDE THE TRACK.' INTERIOR OF CAR WITH HOPPER CLOSED, ;