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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER THE LETHBRIDGE HERAT3) PAGE ELEVEN. fWiTTOUl BE IMtl If Railways Do Flirf a Sit, factory f, Board Will CHANGESINTORONTO'SPOUCEFORCE OTTAWA, was. served oa companies of at the meet ing of the boiri o! railway commlwloners that io'.ation must be found b> tot tte erepay men t-of freight problem refusal of Canadian-railways, to ,accept, pre- payment freight consigned to Am erlcan foreleg thfc Cana- dian shipper to par the whole haul In United States femirtoey -Tat been responsible, said Chief Commii- sioner Car veil, far a storm of protetU from business interacts in Canada. Tbe board had decided that a loltiticn ba found ft If tho railways can-lot and find a he said! "t must" tell them that one will be found and one that they not like 1 am not pointing out the as far as I can see, Ih'e only teem? to be that payment be made, for tha Canadian end of the haul in Canadian money and for the Ameri- can end in baited States currency It this is tha only solution, it may mean smashing Disjoint5 ,jhrough rates, If necessary to solve Ihe it must'vbfi Chief Coinmlssioner Carrell admit- ted that (problem was a difficult one. He agreed that it would not be INCREASES CALdAHY. Dec one year tho western Cauadlan Leather anil Shoe association has grown from a membership" of 13 to 43. This was shown by (he report of (he secretary, Waller at the second annual convention vtgoV-ojfcned at the board ot traije rooms, on'Monday morning delegates to this were officially welcomed in tho city by May- 01 R'C Marshall. H. -J. Hatch Ing B addressed the ineet- lag advocating a general meeting In Winnipeg to get'in closer touch'with tho manufacturer's and tradesmen of tho eastern provinces, and also a bur- eau for the eiohauge of- surplus stock In order to prevent the dumping ot these goods on the market S T. Me In the circle, below. Is S. J. Dlckson, Toronto's new Police Chief. Above, lett to right, are H. Geddes, iwho becomes MAKERS OF' XUSCPTT'SJEMULHON Famouc pjin and Ache Liniment Kept Handy, Brlngi Warming, Gratifying Relief RHEUMATIC twinges, ease up BOOH. So do.stiff joints, lame back, nen- and Toronto board of trade, lhat should nain a" dateV when Ihe'l matter stftuld le'idjUB.tedfe-Mr., Carveil said more; questions. to "I; have stated Uie Tugrd'j-Srle'wV; he said, Via rvery plain wo 'consider; that Berioua -c.c The Scotchman's A very 'good is a "true, .isl'told' at, a Scotchifaan-'who' C'tes in-tlie north of H- is n good' efompUflcation" of the the in .question bank with'the of rie- he hull. Inquiriiig the charge fof.a safety de- posit box, he was told it Vculd he six and a half dollars a year. "Too much." said the Scotchman, and, giving up the idea for another which flashed on him, he asked.the.hVnk'if he could bo ac- a loan a tnose5, pains from weather .eiposure, year. He was told that thjs could' be don't-fight long agitnst the done with the customary security, and ounUrrirrllatlon.' Linl-1 that the interest.pajment would work men t'produces. Always keep this old family friend handy for instant' ujeri-a little pene- trates without rubbing, leaving ;.nq fckin orv clogged pore's'.; Its rery and stlmulaft the good it will do; .Canada. All druggists. Three 70c, largest size is most economical. Hiir Attention Feed the roote with and your halr'wIlThecbirtc and fnsclaating. 'Delmaya "Vltalene" Trench Jlnlr Tonic, the latest Inven- tion, n pleasant odor, iiml la not sticky, ;makes hair bristle with Ufa like Sold in .Canada n't For sole at lyeth- brldgjB'by Sydney Jackson, Prescrip- tion Specialist, Phone across Alexandra ment.-1 .i !Xre yon thTritlrig of sending'' your friend In the Old Coun- We ;ahall be pleased to qubte rates and assist you in every possible can- arrange passage FROM HamburR, Sa- Trlcsl an'd other Contfnen- taf for all kinds of steamship THE ROiSlfER Phone 1412 Hlulnbothim Blk Itiformation out To this he was perfectly agreeable, and asked that-the note he drawn out. am p'tilit .of, this fsln g, con- sldering the, small afaotjjt of-the loan, ''expressed. Ihe H etute suffering from rfoumatism and You can 8' the kidnejj right bjr a Dr. 8 Chise's Kidnsj-Lhir Pilfs; V.S. Also Itchy Scalp, :Hair fell Out Face U f I bead began to" itch and thm' were acolet on' my scalp. My hair cktne when it becaipe very and thin. I ajso had pimples mod blackheads all over my Tbe, pimples were Urgej.'and redj and caused me to. scratch irritate them, ''and tny face was disfigured. "Thia txoubie lasted about .two. months and 1 began using jCutioira' Soap and Ointment; After 1 used two cakea of' Soap and boxes of Ointment 1 WIB compltte- ly httlcd." (Sipitd) Miss >ckion, R. 3, Qoldehdale, Wash. Improve ycur. skin' by .daily use of drticura Soap, Ointment and .Talcum. They are IdeaL i T-knBc. Sold throughout IhtDomiaion. CatiAdiar Depot: M4 H. SI.. W.. HnttWl :ow will, I feel sure, prove satisfactory -.to our sharehold- overwhelming demand for credit has tised-jOur resources tto the Following a period of es- utniost cesslve comparisons are- constantly made between Canada and'the United States, owing to general similarity in conditions one anomaly attracts at- that with cre'dit restric tlon as acute here as across'the line, the price of money is materially lower'In the "This condition. In days of world wide high interest rates, has attract- ed much attention In other countries and is regarded as a tributo to Can- ada's good banking system. The one disadvantage of this cheap money condition Is that persons on fixed in- comes, derived, from investments; face the higher cost of. living, including income tax, with little Increase- In revenue. As everyone knows, itha connection -between, the "price of money and the yield on investments Is of the closest to.current loans in lave felt Im for past, in tho V country's best Inter ,he policy found easeu _ other country', and.keep wW "haW-grown'accustomed i -hounds, our Advances .to :njer the: Inevitable :Tht country is now in the midst of the It has difficult to fnaKe producers; ?ollow chahts and'oth'ers carrj-inB the ict that It is fu policy Is In accordance with, the views (ot the Do by recpgnlzin'g- tile: (o to.' overcome laws anS to'realiie th'atecono: iib alter, alone are the: cause "of. price de dine. The demand fhrough 'Governmont control' is _a rule, insistent In sbrte alono cannot control world-wide ilrilon Goyerhmen't and has or 1 by all Canadian banks. V "Naturally enough, exception has taken In "certain -quarters to our, eces fbre.'we. can reaeoriafclv. look .for are- sumption of bustoeis? actiyity on n h been sound basis. h to say1 that credn To arrive- been Errafeii and banking re inventories must be reduced and defl'.TrS up' clencies made pood V drawln? woul-d resulteii the eicess years." Money Rates "I ,s.eo. no reason, to per- counlry.. Already tho tide has. turn cd and many of our friends now frankly.admit the danger of the un- due expansion so much in evidence a manently lower Intel-cat, rate? In tlio few nionthn ago. We are convinced rear future. Reaction In business (hat the business of Canada Is in a and the marketing crops rail soiimjffr position to-day, in an- easier tope .temporarily, but conFenuence 'of :a judicious credit re the magnltndo of International in-'strictloii together "Thofa Is a general sense of reUaf the wastage of war, cannot be! resulting from present' evidence made good Immediately; and probably the decline in the hleb cost of n6t for a tlmo. j living', has commenced.' From -International BanWna. Corporation onward wo may confidently '-fei. the tr6nd ol prices to ba downward The necessity tor financing foreign' and with lower 'value's 'tho demands trade -has come very, .closely-. homo lor bank credit should logically dim ami, pending an international work- infsh. It Is relevant to add that by eme, I feel it .would bo well restrictive measures the banks have naan to move. locally. am: contributed'. In no smali'measure to now expect HEADACHES )v- Life Miserable -.IfBaddcheBv.are ono of..the..most ag- gravating troubles ohn ran havo, anil still, of the opiilon that, a corpora- this-improved condition.- tlon to Foster foreign, .trade'so as toj "It h noteworthy that the greatest keep .our factories busy .and give of ths Bank during' the ployment to' labor is desirable and riwt few years has'heen in.our own sooner, or later must be launched. If country. This is revealed in our eipOrt trade can .ho. revived, It. will grently Increased loans and deposits solye many of our difficulties. in- Canada ami In the number ol upvernrnent-Ovrtied Railways and [t.vD'y1 the' means employed, Cost him J1.20 {pr keep- In safety, .whefeas'had he feiilcd the safety deposit '-box It would have.-cost him just more. n.tl] tlll.n X f-'I t' Headaches seem to ho habitual with many people; somo ore seldom, if ever, free from.them', snfferlii? con- tinually throbblhgf. the nuts. in the shade tho rtory tt ot the Scotchman who went to the Alberta bar, In Calgary, in tho old clays, with a particularly black looking bottle. He asked the -oil-lender for cents of whiskey to be put In the bottle.' When this was dons he asked that It ba charg edip. This was refused. "All sail he, "give me back my bottle." Tho wh'lker was emptied and tho Bottle re- But the Scotchman got his monthfnl of whiskey all tha same, nntl for nothing. The tottle contained a sponge. DIVORCE DECREE UPSET sometimes in another, and then ngnln over thf whole head, r There Is only one way to let re- lief from these persistent headaches, and'that Is by going.direct to tho scat of the trouble, for unless the 'cause is removed, the headaches will still continue to exist. Tho- fact. that Burdock Blood nil- tera keep the stomach, liver anil how- fils toned up Ig proof enough to show that It will ell ml note, the, cause of the headaches. Mrs. Harold' Lanaln, Sound, Ont, system was run down and my-blood out of order.1 I suilered a i great deal from ecvero pains which made mo feel very mlsernble. bench in Weyburn last summer In tfio Alter "having purchased w the? attorney-general Interfered the case was re-heard hero.. The ul tlon of the husband was dismissed and (ul remedy, all Costs In this court and the- Wey-l n, IVB, courl atscsHcd against the nnd Wends, whb wero In a simtfa say It Is ii wonder- put up only by The T. d, Toronto, Ing tor very large Ships Canada today has a National Hallway. which is betrig'pperateil al a heavy, loss, there- increasing the load 'on an already tax-burtlened country. Sooner -dufttg 'llie period? Branches Donoslts .In ..J In Canada In Cannda Canada 1914 173 1920 302 tt, --------i "I say lhat, in my opinion, mfnns must be haye never faco.l a hiking nnO, this situation. .Some con- fllualidri more del fiaeptly believe that by proper-'pub- icate handling.. Since August. 151! administration of the lines, do-; the world has travelled far along Ihe fl5lls.: can'be own road td ruin. We may bo thankful that tho prqpor solution will that tho waste and destruction en.lrl i found If lliq Government, at the before tht point of utter exhaustion earliest feasiWa time, .dlvcsta reached. .'Canada has escaped, and operation 'of roada, and placoa 'them.'under- thOjbut still a virile neoplo In a land. There is no rear.ou for porafq control unor, terttia fair loahbidhraaylover our "national outlook, but coiinlry and upon conditions that ensure tho service- for. which tho construction of, tha: lines was under, taken. -To'sum up, tho situation fri Can- at present, as I vfow it, Is that while there (Joes not appear to bo any every reason for sober thought; while we take stock, of onf resourcis of oiir prostwcts. We must Irt mind there h no royal road stable condlKci'ns of former years, np we can re- store the weaith that has been lost or wins out the There Is iflso (hero is I nothing for it but to travel slowly ovSry reason for. tho. exercise of tha back tho way ivs camo, repair the utmost rncamire Of caution. Can-] damaep; retrench, and work out our nda cannot disassociate herself from salvntioh." world conditions, and .wprld'1 New Directors i tWfis'are not satisfactory. On thlaj The annnal.'report continent tho two years supervening aniKtha'nks were'.voted J. to umn...tho Armistice'havo been.mark-1the edjby unexampled trade activity and'etnff. prosperity, a circumstance 'The gave approval to tojtlio Conclusion of i all great, wars, 1 the motion by Lord Shaughneasy to reactlort-haa sot In and may.IncreasJ tho pumber .of- directors in full play. Happily, from'-ft to 18.- All tho retiring Catl ad a is well bill tressed pn many ;were re-elected and to the slde.v antl tha exercise of prudence (wo new positions on tho Board Sir ,and sagacity should' enable her to IJomer'Ooiiln and General Sir Arthur this shock of falHrrg prices, clectedj MILLED FOR THE PEOPLE FIT FOR THE KING ROYAL HOUSEHOLD CANADA'S BEST FLOUR YOUR DEALER CAN GET IT FOR YOU 1 IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE Wednesday Afternoon Next, Dec. IS AT 2 O'CLOCK On the Premises, 508 5th Avenue South, City FRANK WADD1NGTQN IS FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO SELL BY AUCTION, ANO WITHOUT RESERVE THE SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and effects including: YBRY FINE PIANOFORTE by Evans aid Evans, full concert grand-In .walnut case; MASSIVE 3-pIece PAR- LOR SUITE In MAHpGANY and solid leather upholstering. Ma- hogany Mahogany Occasional Table; MAHOGANY PE- DESTAL; hand soma FUMED OAK DIN1NP SUITE in Solid oak, 'chalra upholstered in leather, icumprislnB Buffet, set Diners and Dinner .Wagon in U but hacdsdine SECRE- TAIRE in FUMEti. Fumed Oak Settee with looso leather cuBhlona, Carpet Square; Brass Trimniea Bed with Coil Springs, and i OSTERMOOR M VTTRESS, .BEDROOM SUITE IN M4HOK- ANY compnslngiDreseert Chltfonlor, Ch'air and Pedfstat CuploTir9- Solid Oak Dresser with oval Silrror, Washstand to match, White Rocker, Bed, Spring and OSTERMOOR MATTRESS, Oak Rock- er; Grass Rocker, Occasional Tablo, Pictures, Kitchen Utensils, etc 'l -t TERMS CASH PHONES 770.ANO 469 rffc AUCTION SALE 319 5TH AVENUE SOUTH ON THURSDAY NEXT, DEC. 16TH I COMMENCING AT 10 A.M. FRANK WABDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION A3 ABOVE tt-i HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. INCLUDING: TEN DRESSERS and-Standi, Sideboard, DInlBJ Table; Rock- ers; Occasional Tables; Carpets, Rugs; Linoleum nad Floor Cover- Toilet TVaro; KITCHEN RANGE'in Al shape: Kitchen Enamelled Beds with SprlngB arid Mattresses, both-single ami double size; Pillows; Sheets; Blank- ets; Bed Spreads; Curtains; Kitchen and Bedroom Chain; Kitchen Utensils and a great number ol smaller items. r t Bed Linen and small gcpds will-be sold in the morning com- mencing at 10 o'clock. TERMS CASH PHONES 770 AND AUCTION SALE V AT THE MONARCH HOTEL MONARCH, HALF WAY BETWEEN MACLEOD LETHBRIDOE ON SATURDAY NEXT, DEC. 18TH f 5, COMmENClNO'Xf 10 d'CLOCK A.M.' FRANK' IS FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AS ABOVE, THE s ENTIRE FURNISHINGS HOTEL, COMPRISING 20 QUARTEn-COT OAK with Oval fieyelled Mlrron, Washstancls to match: ;Hecivy; ,TVhlta Enamelled Beds with both- i in I X f, T--I uni Jinj Mission OaktBuffet; Dining Tililejs; GURNEY nANGE equal to aridiono sIzb'NATlOMAl- CASH' Grace Chairs; '.ve-ryihandsbme BAR FIXTURES with large mirrors and front cdun' ;ler; Desk, Typewriter Office' nnd about 24 pairs o( TERMS 'OASil NOT MISS PHONES 770, AND Ont-of-Toivn Buyers wilt be giyon facilities for packing goodsV. Hotel sltuoto close to 0. p, n, PepofA ;