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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT JLEIHBStDCU': DAIIA' HERALD TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1020 WHERE W1LHELM FINDS REFUGE. Has Been Urgent Need At Session OTTAWA. fr'efc. Caandlau Discussion of a now livestock contract. ;uul Mona of ojtlulon on certain chutes of It by counsel the pack- ing interests, the IVCSUTU sI anJ livestock hy u tentative of (lie ('a Kadi an oi -Agriculture aad others, coutumed -s ]arge portion of tho time- cf ilic rait- way comuiisiiou's special this morning. On several of !bc clsusos of the proposed new contract il an- j jiearcd that was no very ilivergoiicc beitvecn ilie views of ihe railways and the livestock nii.ii. On uiher-a. Iheir attitude different. George F. Henderson, K.C, Ottawa, ii m mx Ksep SEcan's, the World's Lmrnient Handy to Allay Aches. Thousands of men and wlien the least litila "crick" them. Jiavo .Sloan's Lijiinicnt iiaudy to kuock it out. 1'opular a third of a century ago --far more popular today. That's because it is so wonderfully helpful in rellevingr all external aches nnd lunibcgo. neural- Bla, overstrained muscles, stiff. Joints, weather exposure results. A llttlo Is all that is necessary, for it EOOU pene- 'irales nibbing to tho sore spot, leaves no muss, .si'ainci! skin, clOEgeil pores. A 'toilny is n vise nrecautioa. Ketp H haady All druggisls-35'.', 70c, Jl.-IO. (.Made in Canada.) to who '3 representing the packers' sec- tion of the Cmmiltan .Manufacturers' tho Western Canada Association it ml the, Winnipeg Livestock openvi tlie discussion by going through the proposed contract pointing out feclions which wore mutually acceptable 10 Ms clients nud the railways. The clauses with ihe loading of cattle, the cure of cat llu In transit, tae providing for in- demnity lo men in charge cattle., etc.. were causes of disagreement whtch may have ultimately to be lelt Ihc board. it. 1J. Bcnreit, appearing1 for the Calgary Livestock EiL-hangc and the Calgary.PratecUre1 AsEoeLiUon, wnnl- ed a clause compelling ihe railways 10 exercise "reasonable dispatch" in stripping cattle Inserted in, the con- tract, The case of the Canadian Council of was briefly .stated by F. J. Collyer. their rcpresenlatire. JIa suggested, certain nie'ltflcaiions of ine proposed contract and emphasized (he need for better accommodation of mea iratelling irC charge (rt-'Hvcslork and for the I'rotlslon of return trans- portation for ihesc men." Ori Face. Large, Inflamsci; Lost Sleep.: Cuticura Heals, "Pirnpltg began to appptr on my fcoe. Thsy were scattered all over it, and they became large end redL I could net help ncnach- Ing ttirn and I wsi a filgM- ftil eight. I was ashamed to go anicnj At tdghtroy faor.vasEO infiamsd that I scratched and loss of resulted. "I used Cniicura Scap and Oirt- dtir' dkea of Cutlcuia Sosp tnd tvro of Ointrrsr.t I was httted." (Signed) Isaac Dtnvcnlalc, 70S 2d Ave., Jan. 23, 1919. Prevent furtbtr trouble by using for all toilet purpoiea, Sony 25 ard Mr, Co" a So ip >ritb0ul These pictures of Amcroneeii T.- taken by a .Toronto woman visiting nnil sliovv Aiuorougen Villag" Mid ifte castlR ia which tlic Geniiau tSiperor liaa taken retugo. That on tho upper rlslit depicts tho window from which tho Kaiser, can gaza oil the a tantalizing remlnaer of his former greatness. ALIENS JOBS BY MANAGER OF N. Y. STATE PLANT INTER-ALLIED COMMISSION LEAVING1 FOR SILESIA I'AIUS, prcilitd ;ovcr by General l.crond, will leave.tor Upper Silesia this evenlug. Tho commission will govern the'province tho lilebisc'lto. hold Col. J'er- eival represents Groat fifitaln on'the commission, vhllo Gen., lliclsliauo Is tho Uulian representative. Tho occu- pation of Upper tSil.-isia by allied troops v.blch begsn ou January 31 bo conipeUetl Ibinotfow. In Calgary 1C5 'flu ONTARIO FARMERS WOULD SELL MI1.K BY--TEST TOltONTO, Keh. deputation ot dairymen waited on Premier Driiry auil Hon. Manning Dotierly, asking Unit the Dairy Standards Act operative. It was passed in 1315 andfcalls for pay'm'ent of milk bu'tha oasis o! tho amount of butter fat It contains, instead ot by the gal- lon, .it was lo apply to milk sold cheese factories and condensed milk dealers.- Mr. Doherly said tills would cnUil a tasting, system iu every dlv- trlct, bul, ho said, It was very llkeiy tho act wonld bo put In force' as tlio j testing system could bo arranged. Comfort Your Skin With CutkuraSoap and Frarant Talcum OVER-EATING tbn root of nearly all digeitiie erili. If your digestion it weak or of kilter, bs'.tcr catlsiiartd KM KH101D5 At mew aid ID better dlfcitlon. PWnr.t to effective. Let help fttrajfhtcn out your trouble., MADE BT SCOTT ft BOWNE MAKERS OF 5COTTS EMULSION Capt L. F. Tanner Gives Good Advice Tells People Who Would Keep Young ?7 to Use Dodd's Kidney Pills. Nova Scotia Man Who Had Used '.Dodd's Kidney Pills for Pain In the Bzck Recommends Them to Every- one Who Suffers, COLB IIAnuOK, Guyaboro Co., N. S., Feb. Leaiuler P. Tanner, a well-known resident here, i? shouting (he praises of Uodd's K'd- 'infey Pills. As a reliever of pain In back he claims they are without an equal anywhere. Ho knowB because )io suffered seTorely wJ'h his back. Ho tried Dodd's Kidney Pills. Ho found in them tho roniedy lie' retjulr- ed. The Caplain's -other cyiuplomiS showed that his Iroiiblo came from bad kidneys. That's why Dodd's Kidney Mils cured him. They are ,1 kidney reiiiedy puie nnrl ".My trouble started from bard work and Capt. Tanner staiss. "I suffered with p.ilns In the back.. nnd at limes 'from rheumatism. I often hart headaches, and sometimes cramps In tho. musdps, I often dizzy and bad flashes' of light bctoro jho eyes at Maies. I perspired (iiille ;i lOi'Kllh the loast cxerjlon." Cilptaii) llaiit.'r, Cl years of 13 Mil! a your.c man. Ho advises Ihoso who '.vuulrl lici'ii young to Ucdd'.s Kidney Keb. Canadian live'slock' men, repreEeiillng the great interests which are interested iu the shipmert ot calllo and representatives'of ihe mil- ways, and railway brotherhoods, the Canadian Association nnd the Toronto Humane gathered this in tho rooms of the Dominion railway commission to assist the members of the railway board in tnei drafting .ot n ne.w- live- l stock contract.' Tlio importanco.rit .Ihc matter to the" "ralHv'cys and 'to the livestock men has- drawn-.-here larfie.-.iutniber of represeniativea of. and those presenl'are keenly interested. It seins ilkely lhat tbe sitting -vrill be a protracted The draliing of n new livestock con- tract Tall.way and shippers has been hanging firo now for about eight years. that, time there was a contract in existence, but the need of a new ono has become iu ore and more manifest.-'As I'jo draft-' iug'of euch a-contract involves Inter-- national to the! large numbers of cattle shipped be-; twcen Canada and the United the railway -commission -thought the matter was one wlitch should be dealt' hy the interstate commerce com- mission, and accordingly left it to that body. action has-been taken, however, and in pursuance to a prom- ise mads by tho railway commission at Calgary, tbe board is now undertak- ing the work. It to ob- tain a contract .which will bo in line with any which is adopted in the i United States and that phase of tbc subject probably will bo thoroughly discussed. The following are promldcr.t among the large number of interested parties present. f. J. Collycr, representing tho Can- adian Council of Agriculture; Georgo Iloajley. Western Canada Livestock j Union; John Unrdhousc, president of I Eastern Canada Livestock Union; It, I Curnaby, president United Farm- ers ot Ontario; fted Puller, Eastern 'Canada Livestock-Union; Brio Os- borne, Toronto Humane Society; Cal- viu Lawrence and W. li. Host, Broth- crhcod of Locomotive Engineers and j Firemen: George V. Henderson, K.C., I reprcsonting tiie packers' section of jtfic Canadian Jlanufacturers' lAssocia- the Western Canada Livestock Shippers' Association and tLn Winni- peg Livestock Kxchonge, It. 1J. litMinelt. representing the O.lgary Livestock KxcbaiiEO and tbe Calgary- Protective Association. At the opening of the hearing, Chief Commissioner Carvell eaid that he did not propose lo lay down any linos of procedure, but would tcavo tho dis- cussion largely to those present. Tbe nitesllon of a livestock contract has! been discussed for a number of years, and Ibo bnard had hoped tbat there would be a decision from the Uniteil Stalo.i ai to a contract over ihcrc. ILOH J. D.-Higinbotham .Druggists. DirticuH lo Cet Land Reason- ably in Quebec for Soldier Settlement .SYRACUSE, employee of the Olobq .Malleablo. Iron Works who ia not an American citizen was discharged this afternoon by General .Manager H. H. Elder, tha arrival of soreral out-of-town agitators, who have been spreading unrest among workers. what nationality the j workers are they have got .to be cltkens of America and respecters of the American flag and the principles for which it said Mr. Elmer. "Wo are through with troublesomo foreigners." Elmer criticized local authori- ties for failure to follow up clews given tliem in ridding the city of radi- cals. Don't Worry! Let "Danderine" Savelence of agriculture, who' has eimouncement Thos, Keane, manager ot a chain was made of of the Sol- grocery store at Port Chester, N.Y., dier Settlement; districts In Quebec, was slid and killed by unldenlilli-i with tlie among Sher- assailants. brooke, Quebec a.M Ottawa districts for adainistrativo' purposes. One or- tlio urincipal difficulties ot Ihn board in the past has been tho acqulrlnc oj suitable- land in the townships at prices which would afford tho settler a reasocablo opportunity of making a, living for himself, as well as repaying! his loan. situation has beon gone in'o 'very and in a reorgan- ization of the Slierbrooke office taking place .empiiasis is being] .placed oh-the necessity of haying aj 'staff specially qualified from the! standppint ot economic agriculture! anil ,of tlie principles under the Soldier Settlement Bonn! (erntiug. H is feared that (lie at j i which land Is hold in The Rasteru i'Townshlps. sill iliminiili (ho activi-i jlies of the board in that district n jfiiluru. For o'rganzation purposes jllr. P. D. Shaver, a graduate in sci- which is op- Your Hair and Double Its had wide practical experience, Is being placed in charge of the Sherbrooke office as Acting Snperintenclent. To sloi> falling hair at onco and vld Ihe scalp of every particle of dandruff, get a small bottlo of delightful "Dan- dorino" at any dnig Of toilet counter for a few cents, pour a little in your hand and rnti it Into the scalp. Aftiv several appllcntlona tho.lia'.r usually GAMBLE FOR HIGH STAKES great tlus morning: As ston as I fell it coming on'yesterday 1 used Gray's Synip and nipple! il in riic bud. Just couldn't miss an dour at ihc office, we are so busy anj short-handed. Gray's Synip is a habit in our family, ihc folks have It for sixty ycais I 5 Ci GRAYS J5YRUP RED GUM Louis Krohnforg May Also Have to Forfeit All liroartway is agog over tho re- cent gambling for higli stakes, us a result of which. William Travers diftr'Cl f B Night Coughs Prevent Sleep Wear Out the System The dry, hacking coiish, cough, ilay i and night is very wearing on the sys- The constant coughing disturbs rcsl and keeps tho lungs nnj al bronchial iu such an ifritatcd Norma and a motion pic- ture producer, is among the losers. Xot only lias Louis Krolinberg. wealthy garment manufacturer, and the winner of the slakes, 'found It noccspory lo retain a lawyer to op- pose the accusations of his using the marked cards, bin ho also faces the posslbility-ot being sued for five times the amount of his winnings under a tniitjuo law of the stale. This law makes it possible for tho Commis- sioner of Charities Iu tho slalo lo auo for five lim-os Iho amount won in a game of pokor or any other game of chance. Tlio eventful is reported to have ended In I'iuc Syrup a remedy without an erinalj for curing coughs and colds, aoothiuc the lungs, loosening" the phlesm, strengthening and healing the breath- ing organs and fortifying them against pulmonary disease. 'Mrs. Fred 1'airbum, Copper Cllfl, Onl., caught a lieavy cold, gotji soro throat and had a terrible liaclilug cough IKat I could not get rid of. I could not sleep at tried quite a few remedies, but Ihey dirl not seem to do me much, good until I look Dr. Wood's Norway Pino Syrup. Hy the time 1 hail taken Iwo bottles my cough was all gone. It seemed lo loosen (ho cough righl away BO lhal 1 could nplt up the Falling tula, however, and to fulfill a promise madcl in tho ivesl, thn board proposed to liavo llio matter threshed out now. George F. Henderson, referring to tbc proposed livestock contract whlcli has been printed and was distributed to those present, stated that ha had talked it over with representative? of the railroads and found that them was no great difference between [hem and the Interests he represenlcd, ox- cepl on a nnnVbr of sections which he Indicated. Ho then went through the contract flection by section. Tlie first section which comprises the general agreement by tho shipper and railway for the carrying of livestock, subject to (he conditions following In other was. ho raid, agreeable to tho railways and the Interests ho rep- resented. This Is n general section and is not numbered. Section oao, which figrees on tho rale that the shipper shall pay and also fixes Ihe liability 'of the railway in Ihc event of accident or ivas, Fnld Mr. llen- drrrson. substantially agreeable lo bolh parties "m v iv 'Sri uN! A GRAND SNOOKER COMPETITION WILL BE HELD IN CLUB ROOMS One Week After Official Opening of Nsw Billiard Room THREE VALUABLE PRIZES GIVEN RULES GOVERNfNQ COMPETITION ARE HOW POSTED IN CLUB ROOKS. HAND YOUR NAMES TO ANY MEMBER OF SOCIAL COMMITTEE Put up only hy The T. Mllburn Limited, Toronto, -MILLION DOLLAR COOK to you a product of dietetic science the prepared in a digestible form.We have ten million dollars invested in ike process of tiiakiiitf Shredded Wheat Biscuit- a process that brings toyour table a crisp, whole wheat the body- Luilding material in the wholewheat grain.Wy not use ourten-milBondolkr cook? Two Biscuits with hot milkmake fehing niealforafeW cents. AND ONSPIEL Two weeks of wholesome thrilling speed skating and ski. jura shooting at its tobogganing on Tunftd Mountain, and many other eports. Full pirtteutm