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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta RJOHT rfB DAILY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, WHERE WILHELM FINDS REPUGE. Has Been Years- Urgent For j -Westerners AI Session OTT.UVA, Feb. Canadian ol a proposed I new livestock contract, ;uid i .sions of opinion, on certain Clauses ol it by counsel representiut; iho luiffc- ing interests, the western j anil livestock exchanges, by a sentatife of (lie Council j Agriculture and others, columncd A large portion at tho time of the riil- commission's spociiii itiU morning. On several ol the clauses of the prutosed new conir.u'i it ap- peared tbal tbtre was nu very great divergence between tiie of the railways and thn livestock Oil their aiilroJe was different. George F. Ottawa, Sign's, ths World's Liniment Handy to Allay Aches. T housands of men nnd women, when the least litib rheumatic "crick" assails them. liavo .Sloan's Liniment 10 knock it out. 1'opular a third of a century ago more popular today. That's because it is KO '.itipSul in relieving nil eiterna! aches lumbago, neural- gia, ortrstrained muscles, stiff joints, -.ve.ithcr results. A llttie is j that :a necessary, for II soon tr.-ites without rubbing (o Iho soro spot. Lcares no muss. ,stnlncd skin. wbo Is representing tbo packers' sec- tion of the Canadian Manufacturers' Association.' iho Wcsteni Canada Livestock Shippers' Association and the Winnipeg Livesiock Exchange, opend tbe discus-ion by going through tho proposed new contract pointing out the sections which were mutually acceptable to liis clients and the railways. Tho dealiut; with the loading of cattle. Hie cure of cattlt? in transit, tbe providing for In- demnity lo mea in charge cattle, etc.. were causes of disagreement whicb may have ultimately to be left to tile board. Jt. 1J. appearing for the Calgary Livestock K-xchange anil the Calgary Protective Association, want- ed a clause compelling tbo railways to eitrclfo "reasonable dispatch1' in skipping catlle inserted in tho con- The case of lhe Canadian Council of- Agriculture was briefly; slated by F. J. Collyer. tlieir representative. He suggested, certain nullifications of the proposed contract and emphasised Ihc need for better accommodation of men travelling of livestock On Face. Large, Inflamed; Lost Sleep, Cuticura Heals. began to appear on my vr-re ecattirwl nil ever it, cndibey became large ond xed. IcouldnclhelpecnUch- ing en d I was a f fdl I waa Rahanicd to go among people At thai I scratched and lots of "1 usid Cuticura Scap an tntnt, ar.d fcur of Ctiiicura Eosp end two bozes of I WES healed." (Signed) laaac Bcnvcnlclc, 7CS 3d Ave., EcuUe, Jan. 20, 1819. Prevcr.t trouble by using CuUrora for all toUtt SMP Oratcrat 25 or.d EO I St. Paul S 1., M ontrcsl Cutiam cauft pores. A bottle lorTav is :i wise nrecaulion. Keep It hsnilv I aurt for lhl! return trans TOe. SL I POrtitlon for these men. in Canada.) OTVAWtf. Feb. (By Canadian livestock' men, renting the great interests which are iuleresied in the shipment fini! FyyiT-aeiiiruivua-Of tile rail- ways, and railway brotherhoods, the Canadian and the Toronto Humane Society, are gathered thh morning in tbo roomE j of the Dominion railway commission [to assist the members' of the railway jboird In .ot-a_ new live- stock couira'cl. importance of the matter to lite' 'railways' and 'to ihe livestock men has- drawn ;here a large, -uurcber of veprcseritalives of i and. those I keenly Interested. It sems likely, thai i the sitting will be a protracted one.-' i 7ho dralllng of u new livestock con- tract bc-tn-een railway and shippers has been banging firo now for about eight years. Previous to that time I here was a contract in existence, but foe need of a new one lias become raore am) more manifest.TAs the draft- ing'of such a-contract involves inter- national considerations, -owing to the large numbers of cattle shipped be- tween Canada nnd the United States, iho railway -commission -Ihoughl the mailer was one which shouiu dealt' with by the interstate commerce com- mission, and accordingly left it to ttiat body. Jto action has-been taken, however; and In pursuance to a prom- ise made by the railway commission at Calgary, the board is now undertak- ing the work It to ob-j tain a contract which will be in lino with any which Is adopted in the 1'nitrrl stolra and that phase of the subject probably will bo thoroughly discussed. The following are prominent among ihe large number of Interested parties present. J. Collyer, representing tbo Can- adian Council of Agriculture; Goorgo Hoadley, Western Canada Livestock Union; John Garclfiouse, president of Kaslerr. Canada Livestock Union; H. Burnaby, president United Farm- ers of Ontario; Kred Puller, Eastern [Canada Livestock'Union: Ivrlc Os- [borne, Toronto Humane Society; Cal- Comfort Your Skin With CuticoraSoap and Fragrant Talcum STOPS mm INTER-ALUED COMMISSION LEAVING FOR SILESIA PARIS, Feb. i liter-allied commission presided over by'General LCTond. will leave for Upper Silesia this evening., The commission will SOVITU tho" province and .organize plebiscite, to.bo held llivre. dol. 1'er- clval represents Great' Britain on 'the commission, while Gou, lllclgliauo Is tiio Italian representative. The occu- pation of Upper Silosia by allied troops which bosaii on January 31 win bo compelled .tomorrow. In- Calgary 165 'flu cases. ported aver the .weci-eud. ONTARIO FARMERS WQULt) SELL MILK BY vreak or of eat and UM KMioiDS to beHer djfeiUon, to TV< help xtrairhten out your diftltKi IrouUm. MADE SCOTT BOW WE MAKERS Oi' SCOTT'S EMULSION J, D. Higinboiham Co.i- Druggists. Thcs. Keane, manager of a cliaia Difficult to Land Reason- ably in Quebec for Soldier Settlement cnnonncenient liics. manager or a cnaia was made of of the Sol- grocery store at Port Chester, N.Y., dic-r Settlement; districts in was shot and killed by unidentified with the territory divided among Sher- assailants, brookc, Quebec antl ottav.-a districts _ for administrative- purposes. One oi" I the principal difficulties of the board; in the past has been the acquiring of' suitable land in. tho townships at prices which would afford tho settler a reasonable opportunity of making a I living for himself, as well as repaying his loan. 'fX'3 sl'-ivition 'has been gone into .''thoroughly, and in a reorgan- ization of Ihc Sherbrooke office now taking place .emphasis is j Don't Worry! Lst "Danderine1' Save Your Hair and Double Its Beauty. vin Lawrence nnd Best, Broth- 'crliood of Locomotive Engineers and j Fire-men: George F. Henderson, K.C.. representing Hie puckers' section of I Hie Canadian Manufacturers' lAssocla- ,lton, Hie Western Canada Livestock Shippers' Association and the Winni- peg Livestock Kichanse, and It. II. llennetl. representing tire Calgary Livestock Exchange and tbo Calgary Protective Association. At the opening of the hearing, Clile! Commissioner Carvotl Eaid Hint be ilId not propose to lay down any linos of procedure, but would leave the dis- cussion largely lo those present. Tlic question of a livestock contract had Nova Scotia Man Wo Had USed .Doo-d's Kidney PHIs for Pain in the Vp.onW he tr'om ,h, Back Recommends i hem to Every- Capt. L. F. Tanner Gives Good Advice Tells People Who YVou'd Keep Young lo Use Dodif'E Kidney Pills. one Who Suffers. COLE HAilliOR. Gil) shore Co.. N'. S., Feb. Ix-andsr F. Tanner, a well-known resident here, Is shouting the pr.ilscs if Ilnld's ney Pills. As ;i reliever of pain in Die back ho claims they are without an equal anywhere. Ho knosvs because his back. lie suffered foveroly Ho tried Dodd's Kidney found in thoni the remedy he refiuir- cd. The Captain's -other symptoms showed that nis Irouhle came from bar! a.< to u contract United over Iliero. railing (his, however, and to fulfill a promise inadR in the Ihe board proposed to havo ttio matter threshed out now. Georiio P. llcmlprsr.n. referring lo the proposed Ilvcslork contract which has been printed and was distributed to those present. Elated that ho had talked it over with representatives of kidneys. That's why- Dorlcl'a Kidney I'llh cured him. They are a remedy pure ".My trouble started from hard wort: and colds." Cnpt. Tannfr "I suffered pnins in the back! onil at. (imcs -from rheumatism. I often bad hfir.riadies, and souwlinies cramps in llio muscles I v.-as often viti ITIUI i in i'J '._ !lhc am! found that there was no greut difference between them and the Interests be represented, ex- cept on :i niimTir of sections which he and had flashes' of light heforo ever, at J perspired quite a lot with th" lep.st tswllon." CapWin Hiuiivr vho'lK 61 years of nge. is Mil! a yonns man. Ifr. UlOSf! liiiUdilcd. Ho then went the Kidney contract aeellmi by The first accllon which comiiriscj geiinral ap-eemcnt by the thippcr and rallivay for the carrying of Mvcsiock, subject to tho conditions following in other was. ho raid, nqrceablo to tho railways and tin- Interests ho rep- rescnled. Tlifs la a general section Wcd.i.s I'lllii.'-Advcrt and is not Section ouo, which agrees on (ho rate ilut the shipper fl-.all pay find fixes lhe liability of the railway in the event (if accident or loss, wns, raiil Mr. Hen- snbslunlially agreeable to boll: i tics placed on--the necessity of having u' sthfr specially tiualified from the I .'standpoint of economic agriculture! and of (he under which I Mhu Soldier Settlement Hoard is op- i era ting. i I it is feared that Ihe high prices fit 'Townships, will diminish the 'activi- ties oi lhe board in (bat district u future. For organzation purposes Mr. F. D. Shaver, a graduale in sci- ence of agriculture, who1 has had wide practical experience, is being placed In charge of the Sherbrooke office as Acting Snperinlendent. girat this morninp. As soon 3o I felt it coming on yesterday I used Gray's Syrup and nipped it in lhe bud. .Jusi couldn't mUs an liour at the we arc so busy ?-nd short-handed. Gray's Syrup is a bibi; in our family, the folks have uvdil for sixty'yeais. 5lJ GAMBLE FOH'HIGH STAKES Louis Krohnberg May Also Have to Forfeit All Uroailv.-ay is agog over the re- cent gambling for high stakes, as u result of which. William Trovers Jerome, former district attorney in New York, has been ru'jilned to To slop falling liatr at once and vld the scalp or every particle of dandruff, get n small botllo of delightful "Dan- dcrino" at any drug di1 loilel counter for cents, pour a little in your hand and rub It Inlo the scalp. several applications usually stops coming out and you can't find nny dandruff. Your hair will grow ftrong, thick nnd long and appear soft, glossy and twico as beautiful ami abundant. Try GRAY5J5YRUP RED SRRUCE CUM Night Coughs Prevent Sleep Wear Out the System The dry, hacking cough, coueb, day arid night is very wearing on the sys- tem. Tho constant coughing disturbs marked c tliey sot no in Dr. Wood's Norway -n cr! r COUB'IS the amount of ills winnings under a: ur.iquo law or ihe stale. This law' makes it possible for tho Commls-i sioner of Charities In the stale lo: suo for five limes lhe amount won in a game of poker or any other game of chance. i The eventful game is reporlecl lo' have ended hi a row, In which Mr. I Schcnk beat up Mr. Krohnberg. Hut. whiln all parties concerned deny the beating, they ,-nimi! that tho game did end in n row on the production of lhe; marked deck. Ill -MEMBER! 'SHUN! A GRAND SNOOKER COMPETITION WILL BE HELD IN CLUB ROOMS One Week After Official Opening of New Billiard Room THREE VALUABLE PRIZES GIVEN RULES GOVERNING COMPETITION ARE NOW ROOMS. CLUB HAND YOUR NAME3 TO ANY MEMBER OF SOCIAL COMMITTEE backing cough tlfat I could not get rid of. I could not sleep at night 1 had tried o.uile a, few remedies, but thcy dlcl not seem to do me much good until I took Dr. Wood's Norway 1'ino Syrup. the time I had taken Iwo hollies my cough wan all gone. It seemed to loosen (ho cough right away so that 1 could spit up Uic lihlegm that gathered In my throat, find also took Ibat hot, raw, burning fever out of my bronchial tubes. I feel that Dr. Wood's has no cijual." Prico 2oc and 50c at all dealers. Put up only by Tho T. Milbuni Co., Limited, Toronto, OUR TEN-MILLION DOLLAR COOK offers to you a product of dietetic science the wliole -wheat in a digestible have ten million dollars invested in the process of making Shredded process that brings toyour table a crisp, tasty, wnole wheat food-all the body- building material in the wholewheat grain.Wrynot use our ten-million dollar Biscuits-with hot ashing mealforafew cents. Feb.2 to 1.5th 1920 Two riohoug weeks of whotaouie thrillim; speed skating and aki shooting..at its best toboggiming -on Tuiifici Mountain, and many other ej-o-'s. You're in a Hurry! wnnl Ibat particular Jrfb out "right you It nicely prime.! and you want it be thoroughly Mllsticil, lake it lo n prinlln'gMioiise (hat haa a. reputation for promptness and good work bollevo lhat anything worth doing at all ij worth doing well. More than wo bullovo In doing work and a "little belter than seems necessary." the We'll'Deliver LETHBRIDGE HERALD .P. T, nOBINS, StTT. JOn PBINTINQ DBl'T, ;