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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECKMllEK 20. VJ1U DAILY PAGE THTRTKliN lorned German sunk at Flow villl IM resumed today. Hflior is impressed by the J'etlt Par- tslon (hat (he1 French Insist upon ihe delivery of five ligbl cruisers but rill show u conciliatory illspositlou re- floallug Ucickr. It Is believed Oreal Britain will not oppose ihls lioloi of view U la e.xprcicd an will be reached soon. Would Give All Material Ikne- flU That Could lie Gained Under Unratified Treaty ASKS RELEASE POLITICAL PRISONERS i.-l ONTARIO TOIIOXTO. Dec. dtputalloii from [he political defense league, bead- ed Arthur Jlawkes, walled, upon the Drury goTermnent last night wlih a complaint (hit people had been wrong- fully imprisoned under war tliuo or- rtoM-Iii-'voincIl and aihlug lo have I hi a iiiaUcr rcccEflcd. Hon. E. Itftuoy. allornergeneral, assured the deputation that he would Inquire Inlet the Instances wliero It. was alleged iftni officials of Ihe provincial KOTcrn- inent had acted arbitrarily and If ac- tion was II would bo tak cu. Premier Drury assured ilia depu- tation that under liis administration no one would lie punished without, having IJrltlsh fair play. WASH1NGTON, Dec, re- dr-fied rciolution by Senator Krtox, Pennsylvania, to declare a slato of peace with Germany and to retain lo tha United States all material benefits that would be gained under the unratlfled treaty of VcrsallJet, wai approved today by the _ ianate foreign relations committee by a vote of seven lo three. Senate action on the mea- sures will be sought alter the hall- day. Agreement In Scapa Flow PAHIS, Dec. Con- ferences between slilaj anil Gorman oipc-rls concerning [or In- iur ana j-.ic loucr for July. Har- "JAUI..-JUTIJIB Antony, uai in aazzio lev i'losc'1 5 Sc higher fiir lhe OJ'OS rciluue of gener- 3-Sc higher for May. Flax Ic lower als- lo neva reports of her beamy, (or December ami Cc lower for May. and generosity free-IT closed 2c higher Tor December and 7-Sc lower lor May, Winnipeg Markets 9 o O PREVENT ATTACKS ON LLOYD GEORGE LONDON, Dec. cduLloQG are being taken by the Scotland Yard officials against possible- attempts to attack Premier Lloyd George or prom- inent members of Ihe Irish of- fices lu London. On Monday ILere will be close scrutiny of noraona entering tbc house of commons to prevent the possi- bility of trouble on the occas- ion of Promler Lloyd George's ttDDouucement o[ tbc govern- ment's horao rule measure. v v v -o ReKeve Ycmr Rheumatism For does it by improving digestion, assimilation and elimination the logical way. NR Today-Relief or No Pay Thoro aro three vital procujca of liuman or rocrf, tho extraction of nourishment tnm It and Iho elimination of tho Lot Enythlnc Interfere vrltK these them La Inlrrrupled or iraproperlr carried on, and Bicknor o( kind Poor dlccsUon and asslmlla- llori mKina (alliiro to dcrlvo f-ill nourhlimtnt from food end that In turn often means In- rovcrlsbcd clc. elimination an nccum-jlatlon of waste rr.utler polsona ihe body, lowers lUallly, the poiver cf re- slstanc'j to tllscaso Icada to the dsvelcrmtnt of many ecrloua ilia. to some Inlcrfer- Tflth tho rrorcaa of elimination, to net rli of ctrlala body te eipcclcd lo yield 13 dry nedlclno that falls lo'correct Iho condition Tcsponsiblo for H. Coulrl any rraSDimblc pereon cipect lo rid Li itself of rbeume.tlc palii aj Ions Theumiidc poison la ftllswrf Ta rfr- maln In body. TUnk of this, it Ihe suc- cess of Nxlure'.n Remedy (XR Tab- Icls) In so many casea Trhnro medicines havo Talltd_ Thousanda aro JvR Tablets every day anil ff6t- nt; relief. pay live or leu tlirica QS muelV for uncerlaln things? A 25c boi of Nalure'i Remedy (Mi con- i lalnlntr enough lo last tirenty- Jive help you, must Fclva you: pronipt reHet and cat- Isfaclory. beneilt or cost you iiLbing. AnJ NMurt'i Femedyr not only Jor Iho o[ rhtumatlsm It Im- proves dlBtstlon, tones theTlVcr rS- 7m- lha Lbyd onii cleanses the You'll fee! EISrt-Wlv1 ,taken Nn TatHe'ta JipSS.' f !r'cd ltl0 nnd cloclors, T1OTT maVn reil lest. Vou'll ffifa limt Njtur.'. Remedy (Nil T.blitj) i, nold, piaranlccd ana ifcommcndij VIT your drusclat. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO., LTD., LETHBR1DGE, ALTA, Come to Western Canada's VACATION LAND A Timely Investment SOTTC people ask, "Can I aflord a not realizing thai they cannot afford lo do without one. Why wait until you are sick for the doctor lo order you a change of scene and climalc? It may then be too late. It is a.timely and permanent investment. Your farm, your business, or your profession will tc worth more to you afler a vacation because your health will be better and you will have more vigor and enthusiasm, SPEND THIS WINTER IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST BRITISH COLUMBIA. WASHINGTON AND OREGON Amongst its mountains, on its evergreen golf links, along ita mighty rivers, by the shore! o[ enchanting lakes, motoring on its 3cenLc highways, and enjoying THE MOST TEMPERATE CLIMATE ON THE CONTINENT It will cost you very little more than to rerr.iin at home, and you cannot spend your money to better advantage. Hotel uncl apartment house rales are reasonable. Write for illustrated booklet to Herbert Cutnbert, Executive Secretary, Pacific North- west Tourist Association, maintained by Government funds, L. C. Smith Buildlnf, Seattle, Washington. MARKETS the banquet or Isii. r.-hlrh is uol a O Q Deo. closed. private.'ilnnor J.arty for Kgyptiau "lOO" but'a groai semi-religious foilhyl. Wai Soclp.l Affair Tlie meelln; ol Cleopatra and An- tony -it Tarsus vvm a social affair ol no staall illuioiiBloiiH. The wily what fhe TZS doing 1 fs v o (-raior or coaling ill tolijunclion sdev'. v 't iLfrcvvilb. public ICE SUPPLY ON THE FARM -1-1 11. Itothv.ell. Dominion Atonal Husbandman. (or December, S-lc lower "er aiin WBS impress not onlj- the fur May and 3-Se lower for July, liar- tumry-loTlng Antony. bat Hie Jlerpnibcr May July Decouiljpr May Doccaibcr May Docotnbi'r -May -Vo. 2 316; Kxtra No. 1 Peed Xo. 1 rterl.- So4 N'o. .'i Feed N'o. 1 N.WC. No 2 C.W...192 N'o. 2 C.V.'. 490 170 Winnipeg Livestock IVINXIl'EC, Dec. 20. -inominion urancli tills niorninz were I cattle, -ID2 liojs ai-1 silcor, SUNDAY EVENING CONCERT The market was very rjniel. I AT THE COLONIAL THE All classes and uraile.s of rallle were I laij lu dispose ot nt pru-oa fully 2ic A" "riislic inuslcale under the dlrec- yesterday's !evcl. t! ___ ._________i. li'on or M. Coc.nibs will Le offered A Ifght supply ot IIORS found lheir-t lnc Colonial Theatre on Sunday, to- jitirkel ateady at yesterday's aOo ail- j Morrow evening. Tlie conceiL will vanco, selects fed and watered j commence at S o'clock. A pro- vi'lll be given by some well mown and ihc concert prom- sales: C.P.K.. United Slates Steel. 1013i; United Slates Sleol FerreO, 113. tlrcu- of Ih'; legions. Sho tbat A j hundred were belter llian Close one when II was a question of spread-1 5114 the fame of EXTJH over Hie Jlcdi-l SI k I 'errBncan. Nowadays, we have papers which isnd ihp reporters lo I witness functions of tbe inlBbly. I Nineteen hundred years ago each man j b's own reporter, antl If curtaus ,ai to what Ihe eminent statesman said or the celebrated society lie -went afier Iho story him- self. Great Maisea of People The producers ot awarj of these facts, hare used every nirins nvailable to the skl'le.l film director In urcsentlni; tbe nirjvemciit ;anil the participation of large [or people In Ihe drainalle action, Peo- ple lake part in the funeral :n ihe No. -I Ionian Komm. The meeting Tar- yua an animated, vivid plc'uro of j popular life ami ihe fcjllvlties of the splendor-loving Cleopslra Rre s.i realiEtically presenled Ibat tho epoc laior feels himself one ot the mulli- lude. a parllclpant In tho jcenes in which liiatory n-aa being made. Open. ssr 157 Prices No. 3 C.W. No. 2 Feed Ing up al I IS 00. nnd lamb mmii rptjuirfd In .sumnjcr aa i( easily procured la HIP wjmrr. In sonic pans, it is true, while tliniittic (tr.-'l 1 ?ons are favorable, BtroaniSj lakes, ponds, etc., ars far apan. In the majority ol cases, bowcrtr, ihe failure1 to lake advantage ol a naturally eup- plicd commodity thai is ai once u luxury and a necessary adjunct 10 suc- cess in seTeral lines of farm clearly the jesult ol shiftiest-ness cr laziness. Source of source of the ice supply shouM he reasonably clear, from current, and as imre Jis pos- sible. The area lo be utilized should bo kept free frcmi snow during ihfc early part of The EO '.iiat The ice may be from Flush or sur- face Ice. Quantity any cstimal.1 may Lo made of dally require- ment for pay four months, the amount to be harvested may he rougbly cal- culated. A cubic foot or ico weighs pounds approximately. A consumption of Ice of 115 pounds en. ft. would Rmoun I to about 7 tons during the1 season cf use. Allow- ing (or ivaslftce, a LuIUlhiK li) ft. x 10 (I. x 10 ft. would supply ample space, with careful packing. Another meth od of eEliiLifUlng, used by dairymen. Is lhat. approximately ions of Ice be required lo cool ibc milk of ihe average cow. ordinary of Ice id u simple mailer provided cer tain Fsseiitlal features are locluiled. 1. The building should have no floor other than a foot, or two of stone -boulders at ihe boUosi grad- ing up to small or clmlera ai ihe lop On lop al this should bu placed one foot of sawtlual. 2. The %yalls may be single board- ed, IUIL are besl sheeted inside and oul leaving an air Lho uidtli of the studding. At least a foot of sawdust should be placed nelvreen the :cc and ILo ivalls. 3. The rcof should conlain a ven- tilator and Iwo windows 10 draw off ihe heal froiri over tho ice. The opening for filling should either Le continuojB or consist of series of doors one above I he other. Fly a wootic-n slide or gangway inclined tram the ground- lo Ihe ice level, is easily accomplished with a horse, a and a length ol rope wltli a noose at one end. .Vole -For detailed description of small ice-houses, cold storages, etc., procure bulletins Xos. and 40 from Publications llrnnch, Depl. oi Agricul- lure, OLlawa. General Advice Regarding Storing znd Handling 1. Ketp each tier of blocks level. Try to cut or obtain all blocks as near- ly one size iiossible. -Kill all vices and cracks with, crushed ico or j anoiv. Make the mnsa as nearly a solid block as possible. .H. Use a sawduei as a filler. Planer shin-ings, while a substitute-. are. too coarse. Cut straw, or bay. chaff, elc., may lie used, but are noi so good as Favdusl. Wliero aucli ina- lerial is used leave a snaco ol two I feel betweeu the walls and ice. 3. Place no sawdust hctwecii the tiers of ice. but see thai it is '.veil supplied elsewhere. no spaces unfilled. Place one foot, to clghlecn Inches rfver Lho 4. From Ihe (iinj ihe ice is cover- ed, and durlnc I bo summer, inspect the carciully from lime lo Lime. Fill all holes caused by selLI- ing and n-aslago and rake QTCT the lop of trie sawdust to form a mulch o( 3 Inches or so of dry savrdust. A liltle care in this regard will be re- sponsible for hundreds of pounds of1 Ice enved. to Ihe utilization oC Ice Iflllc nce.l IJB sp.ld. Suffice il to mention lhal many of Ilia gravest dc- lecla In our dairy products today would largely dlpappear wilh the. prompt cooling of Iho fresh milk. For the proper maintenance ol the house- hold economy, Ice may seem a luxury at Cjrsi. Once nscd, U becomes n of Ibc most satisfac- tory ;m the larm ia the ice- house, or heller, Ihe automatic rcfriE- HN TO DEATH BV BURGLARS NKW YOUK, Dec, 20.- IJunn. t-mi'loyed as a maid by and Mrs. Clarence S. Clark, ot'urook- lyn. was beaten to death by burilar- who cniore'J hor employer's shortly afier 9 o'clock this mornltir during Ibeir absence. There wastif dencc that the Klrl hud put uj> a iljul nghi iti aitenipiinc to prevent the In- IrudtTa from rauFar-lung the .Manliolja will IERUC the eipemliture of o building. er 15, iAKEKS IS GOOD for Breakfast} Luncheon Dinner Supper Any time that any one wants a delicious drink with a real, satisfying, sustaining food value. We guarantee its purity and high quality. We have boen making chocolate and cocoa for nearly 140 years. WALTER BAKER HONTREALTcm irso. DORCHESTER. MASS. Enjoy every minute wintw months- COME TO THE Canadian Pacific Coast your favorite outdoor sports John Dobnon, a well con- tractor, tiled at Winnipeg. 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