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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta >ACE EiGIfT iil TUB LET1IBR1DGE DAILY HER AID, That Come Out of (he Wants For- Minister lui. Ilob- .109 at Canadian Club luncheon, where HarrU, of the Canadian ceauiaeUm, delivered an ad- (mi Voice to a suggeitton ai t the MB who would succeed to offlee oi Sir Robert Harden. M r. Hutici that Canada wag pass- M tarevib ot the most critical ta her history, aid strong lead- seeded. He ssld It vug feeltaii ot -raaay ol the V.f BeM inee of the country that the nan .whe ikoiM take the helm wan Ujyi Harris; The suggestion waa 'vltoroaily' applauded, bul Mr, Harris Mid that tie bid Insists! on retiring to tbe life of a private citlien. 61 r Thomu For Leader v TORONTO, Jali, Is reported r itbm Inside circlet that tho Albany Club declared for Sir Thomas tbe next leader of either tbe i' tTnloniit party or rejuvenated Conser- afire party. Tt la learned that in the early part of'Jaat week Sir BJward Kemp gave quiet dinner to tbe pretldenls ot tie Conservative Ward Associations it the city. Sir Edward carried "a tne'iiiixe from Borden." It counsel- patience, and is said to Lave fceen in response to an ultimatum nerved on Ottawa that a caucus of lie whole party be called., to world a solution of present difficulties. presllent? reluc- Jtantly premLed to be good for Ibe present, but lliey reiterated their de- mand that wbeii a leads- Is Delected selection must he made fiot by the. Cabinet or a caucus of meiubers 'of: Parliament' and Senators, but by a national convention.1 Xtif was thoro about naming Mai who be favored in these parti- The unanl- aou- for Sir Thomas TVhrie Just a Minute Today's Canadian Prtu Ltd. Wire Despatches In Ccndenied Form Marshal Earl HMg ma) spYOlulru to tlsccralive post of "constable ol tlie o! made vucuut tbroash Hu deulh ol Field .MiriliU Sir Svetjy Wood. Xovsraber, be- fore tie American market was open for Canadian wheat, bushels, valued at about entered the United States from Canada, as com- pnrei! with bushels, valued at iu Deceiabtr. gold nugget, jrelgli- ing nearly 12 pounds, was distuverea recently In (lie Kievu mines, in; the Cougo. SYDNSV lime Is corn- Ing when you will demand and get from tho Nova Scotia legislature the right to give at least one boy from jeach .working family a college- educa- tion, of ail coarse." ucviareu D. D. Macdonald, a Sydney Mines labor leader, at a labor meeting aold burs last night. 22 has been definitely set for the convening of tho Maniloba legislative assembly, C. Noxrls aunounces. view of tbe resump- tion on December 15 of production in the UnHted fields supplying Canada with coal, it has been decided lo on January 15 the small auliiUDB which has been attend- ing to tbe fuel control work occa- sioned by the recent stoppage of sup- plies to Canada. REVENUES TO RAILROADS CONTINUED, i 'WASHINGTON Jaa tion at tie standard revenues to rail- roads for a period of >ix mouths after Uw tenabuttoa of federal control was tipoh today ly Senate and conferees on railroad tlon The Plague of Pimples With Them. The primary came of from Sie blood not being m a food .eondKloE. Wnen. the blood Impun JOT will rind that plmplm will all eyer tka body, but man partCTlartr on the furehend, u4 cara; althouirh tfcey n-e not a troubto are very you when plmpiti or bnak out it a real foot blood as Burtoct Blood-Bitten preptmtlon hu on the i, ttiaitot for over 40 and li aaott reliable remedy for kll trooWes a bad condition of the blood It remoras all the impurities from the syitem, and Till letva a clear, healthy sim Mr Bnwrsoh o Goodwin, Cam- brldce, NS, imtes For nearly two jears Catered, from bolia laitil pimjitea on ay and and hearty all of my bodr -was covered with UN mlmptac I tried most mfj (bine, but (Ot no relief, day a friend of mine roe to tr) Bur- (loclc Blood Bitten, ana after mrint three bottles and belli Sad loft, me and UMn Is no tiiu of them returnlnt I caa noom- inend to aayooel %bo li troubled wKa iklc dleoaae" Vannraornreii only br Tte T fcurn Co, Limited, Toronto, Qiie Great To Health b Her Nerves. S'atars intended women la be fltrong, heatthy and happy day is tons, tratead belnj alck and But how can any woman be and happy when tbe system is unilrunc. Tbe trouble la they mora attention to Mhefr social tod Jutiea thai, Ihey do to their Is !t any won- tiat. (hey become Irritable and ntrronji, hare hot fluihei, falut dlizy spelli, smothering ami Unking spells, become and nerrous, anil arerj-tlilng in life be- dark and glootnj. Mllburn's Heart and an 'tto TeryTcmedy for that nerrom, Of- M-out, ironie4 need (o rnton) them to tlio of toot health. Mrs; P.'H. Ryan; Hoot Point, N.a, hare treat ferer from troublet. 1 WM so weait.'and nervous I could not sleep and my appetite tnt very poor, I coaM not walk across the floor trembling. I had hot flushM and fainting spells, when 1 was on iiiy box of Mflburn's Heart and Pills I began to feel better and kept on until t had used six boxw irlien I felt like a different person. 1 never wlUiout them In the house, recommend Ihem to all who duf- fer ifilh their nerves." 60r, a at-all dealers or' direct on receipt, of price by jfte f. Milbiirn Co.. Umlled, Toronto, supremo council has decided that the expenses of the high commltsion In control ot the Ithlne regions shoald-be bonie by Germaur. as irell as the ot the army of occupation. Prominent people dcail are: Thomas Hart Davys, former M. .P. .for, Hackney; Jud'ie .Philip SmltU, of Limerick; JJattbew Crans- vettran Leeds solicitor; veteran rifleman; Dr. Jpsoph' liammfirld, noted 'Prestoa snr- Brer, ilrriter; y.C, of the Indian army, and Colonel Deuli Keecan of ln: dian niedlcal wrrlae, i hs editor of the. munist paper Bhur Etnp, and tho sec- retary of the Independent party for LUe Rhur region, hava been placed under railroads are tapt ATteratinc under from the authorities, but tbe situation has .bwomft at Gsaen and mnnd, only'emergency'trains .it no trains prodmrts tj tbe of' were eip irted tram Canada dnrlnf the calendar year, IS18, according to too report ot the department of agriculture for ib.e cal year ending March 31 last, Just lasued. There was decniie In the prodnctlon of chftew. steamer Saturnia, which arrived in port this morning from Glasgow, has In her hold a large consignment pt whiskey said to total sixty tbocsxnd for Montreal. plumbers' union of Hamilton serred notice on employ- art that, beginning at once, a forty- hour week will go into effect, and that a'riy work done tomorrow morning he pild for at the rate of time lud a half. Tbe plumbers bavo been working 44 hoars a week and receiv- ing, seventy cents an hour. Begin- uhlj m March they demanding ninety cents nn hour. for the reorganlra- lion of the Frelnch army which soon will be-laid before the will include preparations for the mobl- lliatlon of factory workers at the same time the. fighting units art) to the hasre gun an Investigation'-ot 'the kllllnc of an-Italian musician Vy a Britlib pffi- eer on Januery I: ranalng iigh among IMIIaii and Egyptian Na- tionalists, the latter seek ffltte out of Incident. sjalnat tlii situation in this city, which was de- scribed as were laid be- fore the civil governor he-re iast night by the pretldents of American, British, French and Itnlian chambers of commerce. Jauve, leader, of the opposition in tbe legislature, urges the government to Institute an In- quiry beifora the committee of agricul- ture Into the activities 0 wife, who predeceased him In 1S91. A conspicuous figure at the graveslda waa Field Marshal Earl Halg, who the King. The photo the samuded'In a Union J.ick, being drawn on a gun-carrlago to the cemete ry -u.uuuvo in a acres of irrigable land, cov- ered by crop census, of which about acres-are now being ed." Mr. Davis says. "Besides this, storage water is delivered from perma- nent, reservoirs under special con1 tracts to about acres more. The projscta that bftve been under- taken have been planned to provide for an area of about acres. "Agriculture iii the arid region where irrigation, is; feasible has sev- eral Important'advantages over that in tne humid region'. The soils of the arid region by tneiuature of Ihe case hava generally not been leachei ot their mineral plant foods as those In the humid region, and they are, therefore, much richer In this respect on the average and are sel- dom of never add. U. S. TROOPS QUIT SIBERIA TOKIO, Jan. 9.-.-A dispatch from Vladivostok received here today states that the United States government has decided to withdraw all its troops from Siberia. Company's Tarn Over Year Per Out Dividend Jan; com- pany'i iottV earnings for. the ended -NofmlMr'-i, accordbu to the report anb- mitted to aanui! meetlnc of ihan- hotdere F. Swrft, president- of corporation.- From this amount nM M Interest aa4 for federal aa< slate taxes, maltlns the net sarnlnjs Ditldends of 8 were paid, and wai add- ed to account, briaxtag tho .Tfce total i ol was x'Ten aj average jroflt for each dollar.ot figured M 1.15 ceuta FROAY, I. IMP A tTATK INtUftANOe ilLL IKNrPBG, W.; Jr-A l law for k W by ti, avnruMat axd a. bill to it aaay be n-tta paatt tt llu J. W. WOaMaV M.UA. tof Canadian- American Trade Relations In America's lut fiacaJ Oaoada oold MOOjOOO 000 oiherproducta in the U.S. butpurtfeuMl there of eoodt Thus of Oanadian-Amerioau arfteoted bt tiki fluctuattonti in Oanadliui Bxohanee.' We nafarMa oialtate at our New York, London, IfontreaU. Toronto, and Vancouver Rraaofaea, to offer yon the fullest of in your tnuto UNION BANK OF CANADA RESOURCES. H A. BrancbM aiso at Cardrtod and Bmnt. Sale At McKei onthe. Bill for this Store Stock Taking is the Before commencing the work we wail our stock as much as possible, and we are going to make it wwrtli' while for our patrons to help us do it' A clean stock with money in the bank shows fir better business at this season of the year than a big stock at Stock mint be come take advantage of this money saving opportunity. We MONEY SAVING because with the market conditions as they are today it's like buying new crisp dollars bills'for 69c. Some lines throughout our wifl be marked at prices that are less than present day v "Fit-Reform" Brand'' WO! be among the lines to suffer an operation by our keen-edge low-price knife. The prudent buyer will lose no time in gettirtg into action, even although his present requirements may be shi. plied. He will call all the outfitting he can a lot of the first pick and go away happy. f The Following Lines Will Not Be Included in This Sale: Dr. Jaeger's Woollens, Overalls. All regular lines of Collars and Stetson Hats. Terms cash, no goods oh approval, C IRaTl A Y I AM 1 riflk MARKS THE OPENING i 9 and Continues for 8 Days. Manufacturers' pricei for 1920 on nearly all fines of merchandise are greatry advanced. "BUY NOW AND SAVE" EXTRA! Special Bargain Rack Suits and Overcoats EXTRA 6 only, Astrachan lined fur collared OVERCOATS. Regular to Sale Men's, including Waistline Model Suhs. Regular 530 to Sale In greys, browns and blues. Regular Sale 1 lot Lined Gauntlet Motor Gloves and Mitts. Regular Sale price lot Heavy Ribbed two-piece UNDERWEAR. Regular Sale price SI LOT MEN'S DRESS Regular to 'Sale nrice SI Oft SUlTS-Regular to Sale per cent Discount on afl Special Measure Suils during Regular to Sale 75 MEN'S LINEN Regular 30c. Odd line. Sale. Regular to Sale Regular to 36 00 Sale STIFF Regular to Sale SOFT Regular to Sale lot MEN'S DRESS SHOES. Regular to 1 lot, SLATER SHOES. Lace and button, Reg, Sale MEN'S WORK BOOTS, Regular Sale per cent. Off all Winter Caps. OTHER BARGAINS SPACE 1 WILL NOT PERMIT TO ENUMERATE BE HERE EARLY! Kirkham Block McKelvie THE "2" M'S Largest Distributors of Men's Wear in Southern Alberta McGuire Lethbridgc ;