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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT I.KTIIIWHMiE DA1IA' HERALD WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY .FWEfflftlWI- Controller of Civil Points Out of the'Futurc SENT PROFITEER GETS IT IN THE NECK PARIS, Feb. GnetU retjelved an object leuoa In a Paris co-it Monday. Luelen BUton, an employee ,ot the Bourse, wss sent to prison for eight nays ond fined (or adding to the rent ot furnished apartment ivhlch was occupied by two Blssou hires the npirtrajnc unfur- nished Jor 1150 a year and formerly rented i! furnished at a month. Aviation The court decided that !bJs profit was I OF ilLU.O, Should Re No Barrier in Deal- ing With Pure Bred Animals Prices Hold (ample anil gave judgment for the two I TORONTO Feb 4- tensnu. who haU complained with havmg Cell's slum thtf jienaUles mentioned Instead of UtcTc imp In wool prices "after tho war, as had been predicted. in United States and iliau breeders buying this slock have i rUIfleui'y in securing I'snudUn registration. CAUJART, FeD. Thomas 11. Caulc-y, .who has teen manager of construction and operation ot the Calgary' municipal railway since 1909, accejled the position of general prices ot both wool and mutton nna he "should. -lmve absoluCo free-. which are: to the Cape. Australia. Egypt. "Canada. Regarding the Capo to Cairo route; Ken Sykes stated that there are no fewer than 43 prepared, aerodromes along the lino with an average ols- tno HBO WJiii i m t A of only 124 miles between each.! Provincial Department On Guard Affainst Another Epidemic" Ooip. botli_ ill buying and selliflg, _tho over." i The oil. record iii favor of having all sheep bred In Can- .da. 'and sold as1 'registered it Ottawa. This decision was raads iccaiiso a' number of Canadiair breed- ers hail kept records ot their tiocks Even now there are 24 stations organ- ized with supplies ot petrol and oil. Thanks to the cooperation of Hol- land, tho route to Australia is'prac- ticalls1 completed.- but if necessary, by fivlnK from Singapore to Christmas (Stecl.l (o The Island in the Indian ocean, and thenco EDMONTON. Feb. oup LI fepon from AI Tbc air cirrfint tuJtd cair; thrMl Rr.d coajfh. n tig ful nigh IB. It M M putat for tvoltlft. VArO CU50LEXC CO. plications comparatively few. Manitoria: New cases in various parts of the province; mild type. Pneu- monia cases comparatively few. Saskatchewan: Few cases in wide- ly separated-districts. Threa deaths. Some cases traced directly to United Slate! Alberta: Scattered cases.- Type .British Columbia: Number of cases n Victoria and Vancouver. Seattle is also mentioned as having :be disease very prevalent and spread- ing. Tiie local boards of health in formed-'that their powers and1 duties are' practically as they we're in Ihe fail'of 191S, except that the wearing of masks generally will certainly not be made compulsory, owing to the diametrically opposed opinion and ad- vics of leading medical men all over the continent. A more restrictive use with reference to certain inside occu- pations, such as barbers, etc-, may be dealt jvith later. Ottawa Expects Spread OTTAWA, Feb. Canadian on information rcceiv- d from all parts ot the country, the edcral department health gives be information lhat influenza U un- oubtedly epidemic in a considerable number of cemera in Canada. Up to lie present, places cast of Montrea lave not been affected, but from the irperess of tho disease in every diroc ion'from. Us point of origin in the United States, there Is lllt-lo the department, that the who; of Canada will be affected. The dls case Is proceeding; steadily along lines of traffic. The department, In view ot this sit lation, has drawn attention to the pro cautions which should lie observed am which have been forwarded lo pro vlncial and other health departments It emphasizes the point that innuenz !s a germ disease rsnd that crowd, should be avoided. It is that the disease is In n milder form than that which prevailed in ]018. Just the thing for warm weather when there's only cold water available. k jtrtt u good with coM vraUr wllhbot. Sore Throat' Colds QricMy Rt By Hamlin'a Wizard Oil is a tfiectife for cori throat and cheit Usfrl as a gargle for sore throat it brings relief. Rubbed on the chest it wil often loosen up hard, deep stated .cold in one night How often sprains, bruises, cuts burns occur in every family, as -well as little (roubles like earache toothache, cold Bores, canker sores stiff neck, and tired aching lee! Soothing, healing Wizard Oil will al y.pays bring quick relier. Get H from druggtet! 30 cent! If not utUned return the bottle an let your money back. Ever constipated or liave sick Jicarliche? Just try Wizard l.iver pleasant little pink pillt, MANY U. S. CONCERNS HAVE FACTORIES HERE OTTAWA. Feb. intfrestfni comparison ot Ilic number of outsit! maiuifacluring firms' having branc factories In Canada has been com- piled by tho Canadian trade commis- sion. This shows Ihat -.vhi'o (hero arc scarcely half a dozen IJritlsh manufac- tiirere with branch factories here, there are some 530 American manufactur- ers whoso products range from farm machinery ami tractors to house products, PLAN FINANCIAL CONFERENCE IN 0, B. I Feb. govern- ment's Informal financial conference, planned by J. Austen Chambcrllii. chancellor of tho excheciuor, plans for which ivere announced yesterday, hss been fixed for this afternoon, accord- ing lo somo newspapers here this morning. It 13 said that rcpresenla- tives of each political rarty In the House of Commons and leaders in natlon's (rado and financial activities, havo Ijtcn invited, In addition to the many prominent men expecled st Ihe conference, Premier George, Andrew Donar Law, government lead- er in tho House of Commons, ami Sir Auckland Oeddcs, minister of national service and reconstruction, will ot- it li raid. Daniel .Maclxuin, forty-six years ol age, fx fortner member of trio IS5th O. S, nallallon. died at Olaco lisy llus- N.S., following