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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAG LKTHBH1DGE DAILY- HERALD FEBRUARY of Participation" Diacnsuofl of PrtMbititm SASKA.TOOX, sask.v ivo. Prats) report of tfct central of oat of (he outsUoiiae ol Ihti moru-i Ing's while a number of mat- ters oj secondary importance ire re touched on. Forsssnal in tht list was the question of natlonzi marketing of wheat The reyort Indicated that n: resolution from Canadian Council of Agriculture Trill come before the; convention in order that tho might express theaiselrea either for or, against tho establishing of the yriaclplfi of tho total abolition of spec- ulation in the grain tredo, "Strenuous efforts arc belnj mule to belittle the vrork of the wheat j says tho reporL, "nnd the value ot participation certificates and or- j attempts cmKnaLlar from Win- nlpeg have been made to purchase these certificates through elevator mgeiils find local associations far be- low their value." Reference was aleo made in the re- port to the work done bv officers of the association In connection with the political orcanhation with a special section ot the report devoted to a resume yast year's crop condil- ions; tribute being paid to tho 'prompt j of ,tho .Saskatchewan govern- merit lu relieving the situation by the I distribution oi flour, etc., auil for I t'as measures iaVon for free transpor- tJition OL hoth feed and stock.'' 1 'The report also touched ou the COLE, W.P.P. M On Good Teeth depend Health and Beauty UBKXXN'B CBEA.X DYKITFEIOS jour train. question of prohibition. ;aKing view thfit "while no doubt the propos- ed regulattoas In the new liquor act passed recently by the Saskatchewan gorc-rcinent are more stringent thnn ever heretofore passed, we are of the Dplniou that short of the pro- hibition of the manufacture ot liquor will attain Wantc Ntw Tax Plan The proceedings of the day opened v.'Uh addrefse's of welcoiue from1 Mayor Young end the president of tho board of trade, BE- well as an Interesting ad- by President Murray, ot- the Uuiveraity. Murray pleaded for a ter-read people, suggesting that only In that way cou'id of the pco-1 pie of the best class he induced to serrc. Presi fieri Mau'arg submitted his an- iiual' the delegates toward tho close of the raorninff sesaion. The time had comef he stated, when the whole method of taxation, insofar' as rnjiiDE; revenue is concerned, ahould rcceire eoDSirieration in the thai a. more equitable system may he de- vised, Ho advised the delegates to npprosch the various matters before tltem in cahnnesr, the oyea of the world arc on UF, und our actions may be mieimderstood." Practically Completed OTTAWA, Feb. my Canadian Press. of tlio uew pro- posed livestock contract before the railway commits ion pricilcalty coniplettd before the adjournment shortly after 1 o'clock. Chairman Car- said, ho we rev, tlinl there certain other matters ivhidi have beeu called to the attention of the board in connection with the shipping c-C live- stock which, would bo taken up this afternoon. It is understood that these have to do with complaints made to the heard at Calgary regarding ar- cummodaiiou furnished jittendtmta ot livestock and dlapatch cne-nts. Chief Commissioner Carrell drew at- tention to the fact that the ijoard had heard- certain repivsenlationE at the PRINCE BUYS STOCK FOR ALBERTA flANCH Feb. Can- adian of the Prince ot Walea are buy- Ing breeding stock for hU Western Canada'nuich of High River, and at two or three sales this week have picked up some excellent young cattle. Lady Astor Expected to Make Maiden on the Subject LONDON, yeb. Jl.-Thc drink ques- tion was briefly discussed la both houses of psriltmect. Earl Curzon told the Lords that bill on this subject to be introduced would 'con- tain provisions for. shorter hours of sale. The experiment of state man- agement certainly would not be drop- ped, he said. In the Houso ot Commons the sub- ject XBE to by Sir Doiiuld Mac- Lean i "The fact that America has gone dry Is an economic (act of the gravest importance to Great he satl He declared the Hrituh expenditure for drink absolutely staggered him. The country spent more than OM.OO'l tor drink In 19H he saiJ. and this expenditure increased steadily until it was in while It was estimated thst the ex-1 for the year ending Marcli 31 next would bo nearly He was unaware what the duty ou thuj consumption for Iho last named iod would produce for the public rev-j enue. hut the duty of 191S was It ivaa a form of revenue that all chnaccllors of the exchequer would be to be able to dispense with, he said.- He hoped the measure pro- posed by the government would prove to a serious attempt to grapple with the evil. The" liquor questlou will be debated In the House of Commons during the present weak, wheu, according to 'a lobby report, Lady Astor will speak on the iopk', in which she Is much in- terested and upon which she has ad- dressed several meetings during the parliamentary vacation. II will uol ocly he her ladyship's maiden'speech In the bul the occasion for any Tvoman to he hoard in parliament. FRENCH STATESMEN OOING TO LONDON PARIS, Feb. MISlerand, accompanled_by Marshall Foch, Fred- erick Fraucols Marshal. mlnisteryOf finance; Gen. and M. undor-serretary (or food, left for London this moruiug. WANT MONOPOLY ON TOBACCO IN FRANCE PAIUS. by four great tobacco growers' -in the Uulled States for au immediate loau of sixty bIJHou francs return for a conceesloii Involving a tobacco monopoly in France, were mado sev- eral months ago, but were rejected.by Klotz, then minister of finance, Etccordnlg to the Journal. Tho news- paper assprls that the proposition.lias been renewed since Frederick Mar- shal assumed the portfolio of finance. Cuticura Soap -IS IDEAL For the Hands Calgary sitting and hoped repeti- tion insofar as possible, be limited. He intimated that it was de- sirable to get through this evening. Lock at Tongue! Remove From Stomach, Livar ind Bowels, .LONDON', Canadian Asqutih last night declared Ehe King's speech colorless document, hut selected one topic for normal condH- Ions should bo restored In Russia. He admitted the premier always had been opposed to Intervention, and disposed to. efforts (or settlement, but had been overborne by "more adven tur'ous .reactionary colleagues." Tho government's Russian policy, he said, had only strengthened the power of the Soviets and if continued [would lo the establishment in Rus> I sla of a1 mllllarr regime, as after the French revolution. THE AFRICAN FLIGHT Syrup of Mgi lor the name O.Hfomla on the paCftigo, then you are ELITO your child is .having the best aacl moat tmrtnless laxative or physic tor the Httle stonicb, liver' and bo-A-cIs. Child-j ren ]QIO Us delicious fruity Full; CAIRO. Feb. of the South African government airplanea attempt- ing a'flight from London to left tills city for the south last night at 11.30 o'clocfc The London Times airplane, wlii6i: is engiiged in a simi lar illglit. left Khartoum yesterday raomluR at'C.33'o'clock for Jebeletn directions for child's dose on cacb but- Olve it without fear. 'Mother' You must say "California." GERMANS HAVE HARD TIME BUILDING UP TRADE Md.. Feb. Tlic steftBishii) Lake Koraby, 'the lira ALLIES' MONTR KA1 i, Feb. (By Cfum- dlan last night at he dinner given "by the Second Bri- ;ade, Canadian Field Artillery, in commemoration ol the fiflR annivers- ary of tlieir lauding iii lYance, Gen. Sir (Arthur Curric staled ihat a 1111111- ber ot oflicers who had commanded overseas would still Continue to com- mand in tho reorganized artiltery units in .Montreal. Geu. Curric 5afd that tho Germans ]ail taught our artillery nothing dur- ug the ivar. The great devi'Ioprnents of the oooiiicl were lire barrage, the laras-siug fire anil the counter-battery fire, nil of which we had originated and had taught the Germans. This cotrhtcr-battery fire, he said, had been originated and'developed by a Mont- real soldier, Brfg.-Gtm. McXaughton. SHORT OF BREATH Could Hardly Walk Without Resting When-you a physician to be I examined for any heart trouble one of the first questions asks is: i you short of Xow, whin, the heart becomes nffecr- I ed there ensues a feeling of a choking I BC-nsatioc, a shortucss of breath, palpi- tation, Irregular beating, 'smothering sensation, dizziness and a weak, sicking, all-gone feeling of op- pression and aniiety. On the Jirst'siprof the heart beeom- _ inff weakened'or the nerves unptvungi Milburu's Heart atld Xervo Pills are just the remedy TUey reg- ulate and stimulate the heart, and the whole stramgthen and '.restore nerve system. Mr. Stephen1 Crouae, Kast Clifford, S., suffered for five years with tnjiible. 1 could hard- ly jvclk' from the -liouso lo the barn Without resting used to get so short of breath. Doctors could not Help me; My" wife told OKI to get a box of llilburn's :Heart and Nerve Pills and 1 felt beSter after taking them; thro3 boxes made me quite well. J am now helping my son to work the can truthfully say I'feel like a'differ- ent man." Price 50c a 'bqii at all dealers or mallcfl direct'on'1 receipt of price by Tho T. Mllbilrn Co., Limited, Toronto, i STOMACH ON A STRIKE I; "Pape s Diapcpsin" puts j Sour, Gassy, Acid Stomachs j in order at once j Wooder what upset your which sbrtlon of tho food did dim- iio Well, don't botier. If your stonttch Is Sa a roroll; If sick. gassy and ujwst, iurl vrlit you just ato its fermentorl and turned sour; tisad bolcfi and ncids eruotata nniUgBtloa tJuat eat a taU.ot or two of 1-apo'a Wapopwln to vMAlj and ia live znln- ntoa you wonder whit booamc of the If your etomach doesn't caro of Soar llheril limit without relKftlion; jour food li a of a >.slp, retneiatxrr surest most mucld It I'apo'fl peptln, wW eh costs wt IKUs ot drug (Jtorts. A frolghlcr of the new Wilbur V, Spice Compauy line to Hamburg, Ger many, must practically half her cargo at Morfoll; because Raltinioro manufacturers and exporters are 1111- willing to deal with the Germans un- der present .trade conditions. The vessel, with 1600 tons of local cargo, cleared yesterday for Norfolk and tall for Hamburg and Jlreroen after two days leading at the Vlrgfnld port. "The low rate of exchanga nnd the uncertainty of German was the esplanatoln offered by Mr. Bplce for his failure to secure a, cargo. WAR ON PINE BEETLE VANCOUVER, H.C., Feb. has been declared by the forest branch of the department of lands on tho plno which has for years been carrying on iis destructive work In certain sections of the Interior of the province, according to a slalement made by lion, T. D. I'alullo, Ralph Hopping an enloinologlat whi> has had wide experience in flghl- Ing (he pine beetle on both sides of the International -boundary, has been loaned temporarily lo the province hy tho entomological branch of the do- parlment of the Interior at Ottawa, and Mr. Hopping Is now on Iho ground directing operations for tho curtailing of the energies of tho bug, It la hop- cd, for ultimate control. Persons. Who Catch Cold And Who Are Weak And Run Down Are Earli- i est Victims. DANGER IS TOO GREAT TO TAKE ANY CHANCES Chief Commissioner Carvoll, of tho Railway Hoard, has given a ruling restricting greatly (he use of tele- phone, telegraph and express franks. In with the zerm. Build Up Your Bodily Pow- ers Or Resistance By Tak- ing Tanlac And Fortify Against Attack. Much of the difficulty experienced by hc-ai-.h authorities in checking the spread of Iiillnciiza Iks tho fact that it spreads v.'ith aLuiosl lightning rapliiitj-. Although stale and city ttiorltiea havo Rticceederl in keeping It under. control in some sections, tie disease has gotten entirely .beyond control In oihorj. It la unlvoreally by.all-well' Infonncd persons, thot pre- ventive is to get the system iirto the best possible coiullllon. In order to bo able to throw off the in- fection. It lias been Mated Itiat Ci is possible to perfect the powers? of hu- man resistance so thai it eon throw ot( almost Any infection, not excr.pl.inij Sianlsh Influenza, which in Rcnornlly supposed to lie one of the most diseases known. Medical authorities that [ice wlio nrc weak nml ninnlown are the earliest victims of the Influenza If you find yourself weak and losing flesh, or 1f you arc in generally condition you'are really in danger if you should come As n re-constructive tonic and syslum butliler Tanlac Is without nil This r. statement of fact, I and irt fully supiiurtcd by I authorities. According to all accept- wl reference works, including the U. I S. Kncyclopctlla Britan- and the leading ii'sed the scliwds of medicine, .the prin- cipal insredlenU of Tnnlac possess .ho re-constructive properties knr.nu In science. Tlib statement is further proven by Iho fact that of who have actually laken Taniac have testified :o its extraordinary powers as n med- icine. Tanlac restores health and strength to the: weak ami run-down Eysten enabling every organ of.the body to perform ils proper function in the way nature Intended. It creates a good, healthy appc-titr; for wholesome, nour- ishing food, anil is an ideal strength- ening tonic for who arc In n and who are suf- afler-cffotfs of han: run-flown feriflg from tli winlM colds, grippe, or bronchial troublts. able c-vidnnce of the structivo of Taiilao Is shown! by the fact that It was used by lens of thousand.! during last year's epi- demic wilh spliTicJIJ raaiilta. One well- known Ti-xas physician staled Ihat, he liad never fwnul anythiiiK lo equal I Tanlac for up tila pati'.nls' who iiad and that ho had Iruated over hundrod cased 'iti one- moiilh. In cr'niii'ciioi! the Timlnc Trealniiiiil. keen the bowels open by taking Tanlac I.nxntlvc Tables, sam- ples of which an! inclosed 'vlth e.vcry bottle ot Tanlac. IP soUl In I.elhbrltigo by John Hifinlyoiliam S: Co.; in Coal- hurst by Store, and In Warner by Mrs. N. Dor- For expecting Lively Business this Week-end At SIMPSON'S 10 ivp Remain I nfc Selected from 1U LJVe Oaigam L.OIS ments of the store. Everyone genuine rnonej'-saving vehry goods you require right now and for spring use. EXAMINE EACH WORTH WHILE. BARGAIN No. 1. 36in. Bleached Cambric1 36c The regular valua Is 50c per yard. Suitable for undergarments and niglit gowns. Extra OC Special at JOC BARGAIN No. II. Unbleached Linen Crash 26c IS inch heavy Roller TowelKng. Regular value 40c per yard. Special tor end og, BARGAIN No. HI. Silk Poplin 5.95 Good grade of Silk Poplin in black, grey, navy, tinpe and sand. Regular line. f nf On sale at i BARGAIN No. IV. Plaid and Striped Dress Materials 42k Regular value of this cloth is Coc yard. 38 Inches wide, medium shades. Makes-up well into shirt waists and'girls' BARGAIN No. V. Women's Silk Ankle Hose 69c Past dyd. fine double lied :.nd too, silk ankle. Regular Soc.lSne. Per pair......'... 69c BARGAIN No. VI. Banner-worth Wool 30c In 1 oi. balls, llie prcUj- slini'es for kuilting sveaters, ahiwls and ficamfe.' Special Shis week end....................___.. JVC I BARGAIN No. VII. Curtain Scrims 27c 36 inches ivide. White and ecru, tape or hem-' stitcbed edges. Regular value 40c-and 45c yard. V.'cek End Sale BARGAIN No. VIII. Men's, Women's Boys' Wool Sweaters rent Off This is'a good buy. All splendid quality and in host shades. All sizes. BARGAIN No. IX. Wool Dress Goods, yd. L39 Hegular values up to ?2.75. Colors brown, navy, t'rcen and black. Tills is really the most wonder- ful dress ilofldg bargain we have ever oT- i OQ tered, For tiia week elid only, per j-ard.. i.j" BARGAIN No. X, Sample Lot Lace.Collars 1-3rd off Hundreds of styles and qualities. Some collar and cuff sets, UuftleiJ fronts, whtle and ecru. Take Jour cliolcc One-Third Off Regular Pricei New Spring Wash Goods, Silks, Fancy Vestings, Prints Now Ready for Sale PLAID GINGHAMS Fast Colors, fine quality, on sale, per yd. 40c The Simpson Co., Ltd ;