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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. JANUARY 10. 1021 THE LETHBRIDGE DAIi.Y Hiiic.v Britisli Have Plan To Refund US. Debt AH Consequence London Ex- change Climbs to on York Market' NKW YORK, Jan. wu ft veritably boom -in I'oryUm today, particularly the liriiish ruti which rose to riffd-day lor de- mand bills. This Is the highest quo- tation Cor that remittance' since the early part ftf last AiiKjist. Canatllan dollars were Ht lli 5-8 dis- count. .'Th'o strength of thft Loiulon rute was ascribed in part to severing' by the short u or spacuhitlvo'TiUerdfets. In well ii.farnVetl blinking circles, was bcllpvcd to befng British KOYWIV nient Its; obligations .in the jjraite is. 27 Cents' rho minimirai, of last gjrep the low' .recar'fl of last Foreign Vxfthanie cbifUBiietl lu the tfee Lopfltm rj Ing to 8.72H tii hour Draw for Second n 'T Round English tuo TO PIECES NMKHi. Pristntioi K. No. 4. "In Iho ynr 1910, I Hid Ninmu Frustration t in its worst fora; dropping frooi 170 to Il5potindj. Hii toilers lad no ktipc. if mf every medicine I tried proved nsfllets until i friend iudneed me to take "Fruit I bejrtn to'mcnd almost and net" ha.4 such good health ai I 'enjoyed 'the (wit- eight yean. "fruit-olivet" JA8! S. DELGATY. COe. kbox, trial SIM 26e. At all dealers, or soot postpaid by LONDON, for second round vj! the-. English. thip''waa annoisnced-tqwy. The' games are to be played 'by league soccer teams on Games are to be played on the gfoundS'Ot the lirst mentioned club as follows: Brighton vs; Cardiff. Bradford vo. Huddersfleld. Grimsby vs: Northampton or South- (liipton. South End vs. Darlington or Black- pool. '.._., ;'Notts Forest pr Newcastle Liver- pool or Manchester United. n. 'Heading or Chelsea. -Lincoln va, Blackburn or Fulhcn, South Shields vs. Luton. Swansea vs. Plymouth. Burnley va'. Queen's Park Rangers. 'Derby va. Wotierhampton. ISverton vs. Sheffield Wednesday. .Crystal :vs., Hull. 'Tottenham Hotspitr 'Bradford iNotts County Aston .Villa. iPreslon North., End -.vs', Watford.. NEGOTIATIONS FOR NEW Minister of Labor Says Dwii't Kn.w He is Talking About on Un- employment Jan.' Press. for tlie conclusion o cjujimeroial treaty with Franc are still.undar way. Considerable ac Ya'nce hit been made but A definite result hail not been reached. 31 George Foster, minister of trede am arrived hack in 01 tajwa: from .Geneva last night had thi matter charge when in Parii tut furthar "comjnunlcationfi will 'Followingr termination of tba lu treaty, negotiations ware opened thje basis of attempting to tariff advantages for Canada i in to be given in e- Change the benefit of the Canadian Intermediate 'JhjCOME TAX FROM J INSOLVENT CREDITOR iOTTAWA, Jap. crown's flffht to priority .of'claim in1 the esti inate of ah iijbolTent creditor, is.-em imaaiied In a judgment handed down today by Justice Audctte of the ex .orders. W Cole, of assignee of Lith- wick's insolvent to pay income tar. In giving judgment, Jus UcerAtnlotte-J (Utei that -the, supreme court has ruled that the crown, is simple contract creditor for public monies of the Dominion deposited .With a provincial" court, is entitles- to priority over oyier creditors .of equal y i.-r, Got No Reel At Night v- 'Hacking Roughs are very tha system. The constant 'cough- Ing disturbs the rest, and keeps the luriKE a iii) bronchial tubes in such an Irritated and inflamed condition, unless, -you get immediate relief the- dingh may becoflTe settled and s4riotis lung trouble" ensue: {There .'Is no, bntter remedy than Dr. Wood's. Norway- Pine Syrup for relieving ail kinds o? cb'ugho or colds, combining as It does tho lung healing vfrtues of ,.the. pine tree with whicll is" combined 'Wild cherry bark, and rlje soothing aid heallnii expectorant properties i of other excellent he'rlis uijd barks. E. J. Ross, PenSold, "About three years-' ago I taught very bad cold, a sore throat and hoarseness. I BO you goeri. 1 Snully saw Df. Wood's -.N0rway Pine Syrup ad- It ai'bnco me relief, and after using four ur my ppujft had nit gono. Now I Jt. Ill tho house'." "Dr. wmid rlf 'put up In ;i yellow wrapper; -three -pine trees the trade mark, price Kc and (Hie u bottle. Afonufactiircrt only by Tho T. Mil- burn Co., Toronto, Advt. OTTAWA, Jan. Press.) telegram informing Mayor Church of Toronto that statements attributed to him and published in the newspapers in regard to the fed- eral government's employment scheme, are absolutely incorrect, was sent today by Hon. O. D. Robertson, minister of labor. Mayor Church wa> quoted as saylnc that the Dominion government did not mtend to do thing for unemployment and was tut pliTtag wtth the municipalities. Tkla, Mr. Robertson said, Is untrue, and he emphasizes the point that the Domta- lon government prepared to dp jusjt what tt undertook In th-e matter. Tie telagrim If as "Ttata morning's preu quotes you the Dominion government does not intund to do anything for unemplo-yment and Is playing with tha municipalities, and that it has -sent out a questionnaire to the provinces. If you are quoted correct- would be glad to know on wfcat information or authority you bate statement, It is wholly in-. urrect, information to the rferil to pay of the emerjjency relief In any" municfnality, leaving the munf cipallty to be the sole judge i necessity for the extent of relief to ke given, as the federal government necessarily unable to ascertain detai or merits In the Individual ha been 'sent to the provincial premier Regulations and forme ot appllc tlon necessary to protect the cubl interest were printed on Decembe 23, and Distributed officer! throughout the Domt! ion. Please be aasured that the fett ere] government meant exactly win it vaid and if' any delay or neglect oilCurrluir, tW responaiMlifcy for is not with us." NewspaiMi1 Story Thtt tlon Would ht Demanded of OTTAWA. Jan. (Can. Prtvis.) denial of a story that L. McLuughliu, of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police had been instructed to demand an explanation from the American on their arrival at Muttlce, as to why they had landed in Canada, was by headquarters of the K.C.M.P. hurc this morning. It was stated by Commissioner Perry that no such instructions had been .iSBUedi to Scr'gt, McLaughlin. He WOMEN GROW TALLER; WHAT'S WORSE, STOUTER! PHILADELPHIA, Jan. Women are growlnK tallur und liuavler, accordion to It. T. MucKeHile, director nf phy- sical education at the Univer- sity, und formerly of MKlill University, Montreal. Dr. Mac- Kenile attributes tins Incrc-asu In stature and weight to tin; Increased Interest in and outdoor life. TWO FORGERS SENT TO JAIL IN REGINA Let Greece Know Allies in Accord Hli'GlNA, Jan. Hainan, wanted In several cities and towns In Saskatchewan ;md ulna in Wlnui- peg was sfintencud to flvo yanrs in tin." [icnitoutiary in police cmlrl to- day. Ho vVus u week ago aild- pleaded guilty to eight of fcii-cnry and uttering worthless elicqiieu iu this city. rccii wiio operated un- der i-laisiiKK's in the sam-j kind m ;t Sentenced tv.'O ----1------., i yearn less one day in Rcgina Jail. WINNIPKU, Jan. ment of a two per cent, bonus to 'the' T1PP the Union Bunk was! sl Utjl AKlMtNl made by ['resident John Gait, in CLERK DISAPPEARS courso of his iiddrcss nuucal' IOS.CURIPAYS ma Annual 'tofay Hears! the Announcenviwit -Bank i Has Very Successful j Year mectins held hero at noon today. The annual statement shows .the past year to have been-, one of tlio i most successful in, tho baukjo his- I tory, the quick ussets and cash hold- TORO.VTO. Jan. B. Cook, a clerli in the department of lands and forests here for over 20 years, who was u witness before the Itlddell- tatchfcrd commission in tho inquiry Into tiiu'licr limits in Northurn Onturlo and who was to hav niiHted at tlie lipglnnlng Mulatto Hangs For of Aged Hangman SU-DBURY, Ont.. Jan. Arthur Currie, a mulatto, aged 3t, lliis morning iiaid the extreme pen- alty for the murder of Michael Dono- a 05-year-old trapper and pros- pector, on January 20 of lait yeir. Therj was no untoward incident at the execution, which took place at S o'ciocli at the jail. Only the necessary offieith present. Currie maintained to the last the iron nerve which nil oii must add water to Carnation Ictst an equal to restore it to .milk of natural consistency aflci richness You can use Carnation for ah youi no sugar, no preservative of any kind 'or anything else in Carnation Milk. Ask your Carnation: send you several tall cans (10 oz. size) case of 4.8 cans. One week's trial of this modern convenient milk supply and you will never want td go back to ordinary milk. lu Canada by Carnation Milk Products Co., LipUtod Aylmcr Ont. Hotv Carnitioti'.Milk is kept safe and it pdds a new richness to all dishes pre- pared with new, delightful dishes can be witk are told in a 32-page booklet "The Story of Carna- tion book of 100 Tested Rodpes. free for asking. Address our Aylmer Carnation Mi Covv-.s' ;