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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TWELVE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY MILITARY WEDDING .LONDON, friends of Poland are urging those In high authority In that country to make quick peace with the It was learned today. In diplomatic circles belief wai expressed that these admonV tlout, coupled with the reportsd desire of the Dritlth jjovernment for peace between Poland and So- vtet Ruxia, will have a great weight in favor of a cejtatlon of hostilities Four Workmen Employed Now To Do Work One Did Be- fore War R. M. Fotherbiiiani, daughter of Surgeon-General J. T. Votherlpx- ham BIrcctcr at Modlcil Forces in Canada, who was married January 27 In Knoi Chapjl, Toronto, to'Rev. Dr. Kilp.itricV: of. Ottawa, former chaplain over- seas with a Montreal Hlghltnd battalion. following interesting extract! trom an article by Mr. B. W. (resident of She C. P. R. appeared] iecently In the -Montreal VSo much for manner In whlclt iheitransporiaUon nwchinory of (country Is carrying out Its pbllga-j lions to the Canadian producer] Other aspects of lie transportation1 problem are less satisfactory. Theraf tare; many peoule who look upoW teacidiau Rail warn as custouiani of tnagic fortunes which cannot be CJH feaUEtcd. That bookkeepta; should) "aa simple and Inexorable in lta( Sale o? losses and vanished, profits to k railway aa It may be to a corMtj krocer, U to theso peopla unthlnkJ hbie. It apparently does not.occua Ito them that to no public Is It inord Important than to the Canadian pub- jlc Jth'at the -good reputation at railway securities la tho world" of ANOTHER DARING THEFT IN DOWNTOWN N. Y. NEW YORK. Feb. i bad irho view the matter from tia fctandpolnt of broad public 11 is at once apparent that the blan public pays a very low rate for Ihe quality of sen-Ice rendered, and- that a tline Is rapidly apjroachia; (irnea, il Canadian railway securities arc not to be nude less desirable ta, Jnvcstore than almost anj cthetj kind of Industrial security, railway kates. will either have to go up. or "railway operating costs go Euch persons rccognize'tJiat K not became the ramsiton of railways, b an easy one tiat' certain company been able to s'low net earn-, IOTT net earnings com- trad to the actual eajih Invested In In tie past, the1 sharehpldftns of nurii companies tava ES they to-day, courageous persons willing means for constructiTc 'en- terprises In which no one but them- telvcs had faith, and beeauM. too, their officers have been skilled, re- sourceful ;nd loyal business mon, by staffs filled with the kplrit of pride and devotion to their, "work. This, Indeed, U tie thing fc-hlch has made it possible for Can-, toVd'a, railroads to function success- fully during the war without making ttnything like the demands that for- eign efficient In serving Itheir community, yet earning teuha ratea' and paying tho made tip their publlo teichcuuers, I do not believe that this strain upon the railways- and this tendency to weaken the general repAilatlon of Canadian .Railway se- curities should continue. The eer- %ant after all, la worthy of his hire, and railway capital is not lesi servant than other forai ft capital whose earnings bare not been EO consistently depressed. "The net earnings during the war, ffeArs, of those companies which Vhowed. net earnings, would have much lower had the Canadian boon making exneiidllurci for maintenance which clrcum- would hive justified, bui 'fwh'lch conditions prevented during period. Theso 'arrears have now to bo made up. During 1913 Ntbe Canadian Pacific laid Inf'.stwl rait. In place Bay, 1.- 000000 -tlia, worth 41o In 1914. tha, Canadian Pacific laid tloa jit :S5o per tfe. The sensational ad- tTalicc in UioTalo wages Is Swell known. Piirlher (may be necessary within, tho VCTT, Sliear future, M Indicated by discus- isiqris In the United Stales. The price. of'coal for locomollvea was {3.03 In 39J3 How ii. Is J4.77. The cost of hanllne an average train (freight or one mile has risen from SI COf to ?2.t'Jt In 1913. U is higher to-day. The opertiUiti; ex- penses of mile of line In 1S115 vere In and to- day they are even srcaler. On tha other hand, railway rales. UWng all classes of revenue together, tare ad- ranced, scarcely 25 per cent, I ven. turs (o say no other Induslry In nomlnlon can show such Hon." NEW tho plain old woollen variety, cither red, white or blue, placed squarely over the head, aud tied around the ears and under the chin, will do -note to prevent nnd alleviate cold! than any kind of medi- cine, according to Dr. GeoTgo K. Brels- ford, o' Dayton. Ohio, who IB nt tlie Hotel McAlpin. Ha said yesterday ,Lat he had been preaching .rine of nightcap wearing in Dayton or several weeks and that his friends n tho medical profession agreed with him that they were the best influents, cold nnd grip chasers. Dr. Urelsford was busy telling score of persons in the lobby of the ictel that they should buy nightcaps aud throw away pills. 'It is he said, "that If you should go out inlo this wintry air without a hat on your head you would catch cold and possibly influenza. Most persons sleep with their win- dows open. What Is the difference be- Iween catching a cold in tho daytime or at night? Common sense demands ;liat wo wear nightcaps." yaluetl at jaO.OOO were stolen last night from the office of James R. Deeriug, 135 Uroad- way, it was announced in Wall street today. The outside door of the safe was opened by us- ing Ihe combination, and the inside forced open. This is the second robbery in two days in the heart of tho flnan- clal district. (Bv Cantilan PrtM LONDON, Feb. Gazette of th-.vc.helievo >3 fairly rftpresontatlvo of the General aspect of the place. "A community that (Iocs iirjt support a dally press whoso spirit 13 vigorous nnd pro- gresalve will not support our Industry. "Our appeal, Illfo tho appeal of a live new.spaptr, la to the hotter Intelligence of a community. Tor1lhat reason you find our enterprise thriving In cities whera news, papers are thriving, and, let me add, none of them get very far along except on iiun nif iiiimniiiiiirat i iiinmiiiii i BARGAIN No. III. LADIES' SILK POPLIN SKIRTS Colors navy, copen, sand, grey, amethyst, brown, black. All sizes. Regular C DC JS.OO, On sale Saturday, each..... BARGAIN No. IV. WOMEN'S BLACK SILK ANKLE HOSE 69c Fast dye. Silk ankle', fina double heel an'J toe. Worth regular Sac. CO Saturday......................---- D3C BARGAINNo.V. WOMEN'S SAMPLE CORSETS 95c Thte Is about one-third their value. Sizes up to 53 only.-On salo Saturday BARGAIN No. VI. LITTLE BOYS' VELVET AND TWEED SUITS Sixes 3 to 7 in Tiavy, hrdivn and grey. Values ?7.00 and J8.00. Ou sale Saturday at .............___ BARGAIN No. VII. BOYS' SWEATERS AND TOQUES 20 Per Cent Off Sweater Coals, Pullovers and Wool Toques. All colors and qualities. 20 Per Cent OK BARGAIN No. VIII. LADIES'LACE COLLARS One-Third Off LADIES' CAMISOLES '95c LADIES'BOUDOIR CAPS One-Third Off While in the itore look over the new spring Prints, Galaku, Silki and Verfingi. The Simpson Co. Ltd ;