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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1920 DRAMA w i MARKETS txUMtrt today on Uiltol UiwU bad struct bwriih tnflntact b local both cuk u4 fritn off dimw4 lor euk TM not so cood, jtialiiii telac %e Thwt wu (a.ucellut AuuBd for cMh Urtty. OBorian Hckt. flu iru l for tahipntes. light IOWH for May in4 July; low tor flax lo for lower for July, ud Kc hlchw (or May. Winning Mtriwta 81H. 167 ;i 1D6 Clou. 94 tt July May May July Slay No. 3 C.W... 821J No. 3 C.W.., 88 Xo.M-recd.............. S9 KP. 1 ffi-dL-. .8554 Xe. 5 4I1U 481. No. 3 No. 4 13TV4 Feed ..135H No. J N.W.p: 491H Ko.'Z No. 3 C.W... 45114 KO. i 191% Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG, Jan. (Dominion tojay were 77 head of 'cat tie and 382 hogs: Very little trading iris In progress this morning owing lo'- lie" 'light arrivals, whlia quotations Were generally steady at yeslerday's: Tho hot market was steady 'with selects, fed and' wat- ered, selling York Stock. NEW. YORK, Jan. Closing sales: C.l'.R., 8. Steel, 106V1; U: S SteelKd, HOSPITALS AS WAR .MEMORIALS IN N. S. HALIFA'X, Jfjs'-1 At a of the War Memorial oomnaiEjioh In the proTlacial hulldings yesterday, a committee conilitlng of repreienUtiTe from each co'iinty In tie prorhiee was appointed to In- TettlgaU the approximate coet; of erecting In county not suffi- ciently provided .with hospital accom- modations, a' hospital as a memorlRl to the natives of the county, who fell In tho great war. AN ATTEMPT TO FLY TO AUSTRALIA NATIONAL DAIRY COUNCIL FORMED PTIJW Leued Wlri) OTTAWA, Jaa; Canada Gi- Mtte -announces the isue of jnder the Orcpenles Act to tho National Dmirj oonuclL Bdward H. j iilryzuii, sad 'M Oarrethsri, roarebint, o( Winnipeg; obn BicbUi, Mrchaat, aad d'Arcy )cou, burUttr, both of Ottawa, are n to consider ud advance -II mitUra toward ira- irovement of. the dairy induilry In Jonaia, including production, manu icture, transportation, storage mxrketlaf. diy and TuMdajr evenings, as this extrc fine bill li sure to attract eapac. lly Hundreds aro usually unable' to fain admltslon on Monday nights'esjwjlaltj. The evening shows will commence iharp at 7 and 9 p.m., and a dally will clrea at 0 tharp. Picture stows the crew of the Kuigaroo they appeared at Houns where ih'.'y to reach Australia by the air route. Left to right: COMING TO THE EMPRESS DOG AND APPLE JACK MJX IN "DADDY LONG LEGS" Oue of Liti which will delight all n Long1 tho Mary. 'icktord Cpmiiany picture featuring the famous "little trtar, js the perform- ince of dofc-who drinks part or a FIUOIO 10 Ausiraau 07 uie air route, jjert to right: ince of dofc-who drinks part or a UeuU Rendtey Capt.-Wilklns Lieut. Wilkinson Jug ot apple, jack. Audiences at tho and enineer ..f-i and DEFINES HE from tha United States. Diagnosis as Trombosis Of "Blood Clot" Interests the men BALTIMORE, ol Johns Hopkins University -.were great- ly Interested in article printed, in The Sun here iociay parportirie to be a report of the medical diagnosis ot the illness of President .Wilson. The writer of the' article, describes the President's.attack as thrombosis, bui declares that "unless .'something, wholly uneirwcted occurs there Is no reason to expect, that wa will.not have with- in the White House a perfectly com- petent working Medical Dictionary de CHANGE IN Train Service EFFECTIVE 8LUNDAY JANUARY 18th, IMPORTANT ALTERA- TIONS IN TRAIN TIMES EAST. Lv'Mcd. Hat 11.20p.m. Ar Lethbrldgc x -1.35p.m. 3JSa.m. Lv Lethbrldge x 3.05 p.m.- 2.45 a.m. ArHod. Hat x 850p.m. S.Ki.m. WEST Lv Lethbrldae x11.25 a.m. 3.S5a.m. ArMiclecd x12.30p.m. 5.00 a.rr.' x 1.20p.m. Ar Lethbrldge x 2.2S p.m. 2.25 a.m. NORTH ,Lv Lithbridg: 3.10a.m. x 4.50p.m. x x9.40 a.m. 10.00p.m. Ar Lethbrldge x2.45p.rn, 3.00a.m. South Lv Lrthbrldje......... .x 9.30 a.m. Ar CoutU ....'...........X12.5II a.m. LvCoutls ..............x 1.30p.m. Ar Lethbrldge..........x 4.30p.m. Lv Lethbrldje .........x 2 60 p.m. ArCardiUn...........x LvCarditon ...........xS.OOa.m. Ar Lethbrldge Lethbridge-Mznyberrtet No CliEniK- except Aundiv. 2Tranfcontlnental n Daily L Connections "at taigiry ir.t Merflcint Hat, For further partlculart Apply 16 any ticket or write, J, E. PROCTOR, Dljtrlct Calgary, IMMIGRATION TO CANADA HEAVY f where this picture will ba ;een for a return engagement, will jee a ncK type- of humor in'the antics of this animi] which gives a first imitation of a tippler trying to ntke his way after n too llber- il imbibilich. Jan. Total Immigration into Canada from all Quarters from April 1 to December 30, 1919, reached of whom were from the United Kingdom, and Ontario and Quebec Will Need Will Need SU11 More fines many degrees of .thrombosis, the general 'definition of which" Is "the formation of development of a throm- of ctot; In a vessel remaining-it the point of Its Noted Neryoui Twitching The Sun's articles is credited to "an aulhoritatlva source." It asserts that the "President started on last trip in the the peace treaty "against the advice of and against his own better-judgment." On the last day of his trip, "i nervous twitching of the-President's mouth was noted by his physician and also a Blight dropping- of the left comer of the lower lip." engage- ments of the President wore Immed- iately cnncclled. Tly the time Iho President reached Washington thesa .conditions lad disappeared, the article says. Four days President had a 1 setback, it was restless and ueen auiaveu. OCCP.UI.O iransaortation 'did not sleep well.'He n rose'to get.a i has been needed for coal, feed and book to read.'and before he hid turned livestock. the light, he and fell. Sirs. Wilson -was by his side In a mom- j cnt and aided the President back to bed. Re wns dazed and Ih's condition continued for about twenty hours. When It was possible 16 ejsmino the President more carefully, a locnl co- agulation of blood in a blood Tessel, forming by its clot' a slight obstruc- tion to tha circulation, was delected. i There were no Indications of a stroke or tho suggestion ol apoplexy. Indeed [all the well defined indications of thrombosis, a milder and li perfectly retrievable condltToq were apparent. Ajree on Dlajnojl. "There was exact agreement In Iho (By Cdnadian I'ress Leased Wire) OTTAWA, Jan. Consideration Isi being given by the Dominion trade commissioner to the problem of sup- plying seed oat's to farmers In dis- tricts where that crop was last sea- son a partial or total failure. Poss Ibly bushels of seed oats may be required In Ontario nnd Quebec and a much larger quantity In South em Alberta and. Saskatchewan. The Canadian government seed pur chasing commission has already-sub stantlal supplies in store in the inter lor terminal elevators, and large quantities of good quality early-har- vested oats are still to come forward Alberta nnd Saskatchewan require- ments will be given first consideration froniithe seed oats produced In these provinces, while' the shortage In On tarlo and Quebec, It Is believed, may quite easily be met front Prince Ed1 ward Island and Eastern Nova Stolla, It IB-explained thai.there is a gen- eral tendency on the part of farmers who have seed oats for sale (o_ with- hold them until later in the winter, while tho movement of seed oats ha3 been delayed, because diagnosis nmong thn President's jihy- tslclans. The symptoms were not in the bulletin because their general pur- port, however carefully wordeJ, would have proved misleading to the public." The Semi'Artlcle says Ibat a week (after the attack tho President was still ,lame and almost powerless in one arm and in one leg, but "he can now, ami I does, raise over his head a dozen times- a day tha nrm that was practically powerless, and while his