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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE YEN THE LUTUBRllX-F. DAILY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1920 RIPORT THAT OBREGON REVOLTS Grant! Total Reached Nearly Seven Hundred Million Dol- Position SAN ANTONIO. Texas. Jan. il.--Kumors are iu Mexico Oty that Cer.eml Ob- iVKCii IMS revolted ayalust the Oarvanza govonnnent, accord- ing to dibpawh from City received today by a Mex- Iran uoirapaper, published he-re. .TORONTO. returns on the Victory Loin of wero ehvn oat today and thaw totsl subsoriii- '.ions of Although im official announcement has bec-u mail o it is generally thojght that tho sin- eminent will Ret of the mbscript'ors. While the total numbrr ut sub- scribers a considerable tho subscriptions per head ot those applying for bonds showed, a KooJ increase, tie fiEu.-e being ia ISIS, againet K39.SO In 191S. Ontario ,-irsiu led with the ratio o! applicants to population with one in every with British Columbia one in 7.5. The Dominion as u whole showed a ratio bat yoar of one In S.b', thu population, agalnit one in 6.53 In The following table- sites the results in the various p-roTiuce-i, with com- parison-. Number of Applicants Province. IMS. 1519. British Columbia Alberla 30. Bajkatchc-w-au .Manitoba S6.S7" 52.732 Ontario 455.4S3 Quebec............ H1.S22 139.938 New IlrunHwick ___ Nova Scotia si.OW Prince Edward 4, Totals Subscriptions Province. ISIS. British Colum- 191S. bia Albert A Saskatche- wan ___ .5 1S.S79.25H Ontario..... Quebec New Bruae- wink...... Nova scotle. Prince Ed- ward Island 3G.OJ3.-H1D 44.0S4.74-) Established at Opening of New York on Can- adian Money NEW YORK. low rc- cccds ou lipglish, French and Italian wero made at the opening of the market here today. Demand bills in tie pound sterling, which reached a low record ol {3.64 on De- cember 12, fell today to off from yesterday's The ei- chinge rate on Canadian money was quoted at 9 to OH p-jr cent. Krencli eichange. which quoted yesterday at tlie rate of 11.75 Irsncs lor the American dollar, a new low, dropped today to 11.97. Lire checks dropped from yesterday's new low of 13.87 to a rite of 14.07 for the -American dol- lar. Rates of Belgian, German and Aus- trian exchange also dropped to new low levele. Belgian francs were quot- ed at the rate of 12.03 for tie Aneri- can dollar; German marks at 1.52 cents, as compared with 23 and 24 cents before the war, and Austrian crowns at .37 cents. The adverse trado balance against European countries aud the uncer- tainty regarding foreign trade, are held responsible for tho demoralized Years Of Suffering Ended BrFniit-a-tives" 112 ST., ST. Jons, K. B. "H is with pleasure tint I write to HI you of thogrrtt beni'fH I received from the use ft your medicine- mcde jxifts. J Mfffrtr for from AVy i'ttui HezJatha and 1 tried even-thing, iMnsulieJ doctors; but nothing farmed to help me until 1 tried "VnuJ After taking several boies, I was co'-iplelely reJieved of these troublfj and have been unusually well erer Miss ANXIK WARD. 50c. a boi, 6for J2-W, trial size, 25o. At all deilcrs or seat postpaid by Fruit-a-tivcs Limited, Ottaira, rates.. In the. afternoon trading demand record. broke to ?3.601i, a new low Totals JSS2.032.215 VIBNXA, Jan. and of- ficers in the Austrian army are for- Bidden to marry and must vreive their political Tights under the provisions of the army bill r.ow before the na- tional assembly. The persoanel the tmy will be limited to officers, non-commissioned officers find men who would he per.-iiited to sleet councils to protect thsir inter- ests. Opportunity irould he given to fioldlera to Icani trtides and (o study agriculture whiia. scn'lng their time in the which 1? fixeil at six years in active service and six on the ruservo HE I. MUSIC IJKlNGS PATIENT BACK TO CONSCIOUSNESS SUGGESTS LADY ASTOR MOVE THE ADDRESS LONDON, Jan. hivt bten made that Lsdy Astor, the only woman member of the houte of commont, be called to move or second the address replying to the King't speech from the Ihrone on the oecation of the reopening of parliament on Febru- ary 10. The Mirror (peculates wfwtKcr Lady Aitor, in caK she Tor either place, will wear full court drect, In accord- ance with the tradition which pre- thtt the member making the motion or eecondlng it ihill wear a uniform or court dress. EXPECT TO SAVE BIG S. TRANSPORT HALIFAX, N.S., Canadian 2 o'clock thle afternoon the Dominion gov- ernment steamer Lady Laurier was up to the and pre- parations were being madi to get a line aboard. All was going well aboard the disabled American trantport and her condition was reported to be unchanged. It now here that the pros- 0ecU of getting the steamer Into port by tomorrow are bright. Timely Suggestions on the Sub- ject by Sir Edmund Walker and Sir John Aird In part to tho "extraordinary increase In the cost of liviug." Al tho tauno, v however, ho rccoaniied le aud more complex part of Jit- lirovailiuR difficulties" had their rlgtu iu that phase of the when took en the aspect of a life aud rlrusglo between the opposing orces. a time evcry'l'iug had to i-uborJinate-d to ih) lurnmt out f uiiiutUons ahi material for to in the war. ITie KJyeraineut amo practically almost (be sole em- loyer. the erstwhile employer 3 Its lousier or ajon( :j ifcure nd ibs Dul- tulan I', is said In advices from Agrtm. in uuiiy communities la Bulgaria the lioliherlkl hnva al- declared themeelves indepoa- eat of the government, 1'. Is said. Outbreaks are a dally occurrence liroughout the country, according to Sofia dispatches and attackn on Klug Boris aud tho royal family are feared, by all who have met him as his genial Those who arc Interested In tha financial, industrial and economic welfare of the Dominion will line much that is ot an informative and Illuminative character in the address of tho president and the genera manager respectively of tie Cenadiai Bank of Commerce delivered at the annual meeting of the shareholders In Toronto on the 13th inst. Not only are Sir Edmund .Walker and Sir John Aird the president p.no general manager respectively, bank ers of.long experience, but they art as well close students of economic conditions the world; over, a qualli) of mind which has led both to trave extensively at home aud abroad, in order to acquire from prrsonal.obser vation aa thorough a knowledge E possible of the conditions obtaining- Only within the last ten- weeks th manager has returned from! an extensive tour of Europe'with this j particular object In view. Further- more, in addition to ihe: information which these two executive hoads of Ihe Canadian Uauk'of Commerce- nro nblrs to acquire from personal study and observation they have at their command that which comes through their reports regularly received from; ihe officials In charge of their various i branches and' offices in j liritain, the United States and Mex-' ico. In all there are over live hundred of these separate and distinct offices, with-over four thousand employees. Sir Edmund Walker's address re- veals the fact that ho lias ilur! ing ihe past year makliuj a close! study of every turn and twist :n both jthe mechanism of finance and trade. in the manifestations of unrest i LABOR AND FARMER EXECUTIVES AGREE ON JOINT POLITICAL ACTION CALGARY, Jan. ence between IhV executive of the U. F. A. political auoclitlon and the Alberta executive of Do- minion Labor with a view to the promotjon of political co- operation between the organized farmers and organized labor took place last evening. "The fact was said a member c-f the U. political executive In con- versation with ihe Alberttn after the meeting, "that labor and tha farmers have some things In com- mon, and that In those matters thsy should seek to co-operate in every way. Power to come to An understanding in'regard to these however, does not rest our executive, hut with the farmers themselves now organiz- ed In the various districts, and the matter will therefore be left to the constituencies." BERLIN, Jan. parcel gifts from America continue to ar- rive Id jt spoiled condition. Very often putrid mtat Infects other contents uf a parcel and as a re- sult Joy over the receipt of a package quickly respires Itself Into gloom. CHANGE IN AT CLARE8HOLM BANK t'r.r CLAKESHOLM. Jan. Walker who has been the manager of the Bank of Commerce for tho past six years Is leaving here this week for Vermillion. where he has-been trans- ferred. Mr. Wajkor will be missed eneral D'Espery, commander ai- led troops in the Near East, been sked to hold his In readiness i) suppress disorders. manner anj business ability has made him a great mauy friends. Mr. Shear- er Is taking the managership here for the Bank of Commerce. Royal Arrowroot Biscuit Nourishing, pure 'and healthful. Male? brain and muscle. Children and grown-ups like them. In Striftd Paclagii Only MOUTH-WEST BISCUIT CO. LIMITED Biscuit TO GET EVEN FOR NEWSPRINT EMBARGO! WASHINGTON, Jsn. a act ng.iinst Canada for placing an embargo oh' printer paper, Representative Dyer, Re- publican, today intro- duced a bill prohibiting tFie ex- port of coal, culm slack and shale of coke, for five years. Hs said Canada received about tons of coal annually frcnl the United Statet. TAKE BREWING MACHINES FROM U. S. TO CHINA I NBW TOHK, Jan. bv a I boy violinist succeeding whero medical profession failed, apparently has restored to consciousness and health Dora Mints, :9 years of this city, who has been nsltup for move than 100 days and nights. Dr. Charles Diiou. chief rtiident physician at Willord Parker Hospi- tal, reported that slip, is r.ow in full pafaession of all her faculties, !s abla to walk around, and will be sent homo in a few (lays. The boy is M. Hoff- man, :i KiuJeiH of tho violin. Tie play- ed often beside her cot In the hospi- tal. THE LONG AMD THE SHORT OF IT .VEW YORK, Jan. erick Moser, 37 old and six feet tall, and Elele Kelne- king, 27 years old and three feet In height, were married at the Queen's marriage license bureau today. SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. Representatives' of capi- talists ape here negotiating for the purchase of brewing machinery valusd at several million dollars which they propose moving to China, ESTATE CONSISTS WHOLLY OF GALLONS OF WHISKEY EL CENTRQ, Calif., Jin. James Glanford, attorney for the estate of E. W. Meyeri, of Calex- Ico, announced today he Ic look- Ing for appraliert of the ettate, whleh eonslrti entirely of six thousand gallons of whlekty. Hg wiahss to learn the exaot value, ind to do that, he Mid he thlnki the will have to taste a number of samples of the liquor. WINNIPEG'S FOURTH NEWSLESS DAY WINNIPEG, Jan. Cana- dian Is as yet no In- dication to when normal shipments of newsprint to Winnlpee, Regina, Moose Jaw and Saskatoon will be re- sumed and Winnipeg passed Its fourth day without abor and social circles. And not only he been a close student of the various phenomena, but he has Itr-en sympathetic one as well. If there Is one thing that is the jredominatins burden of Sir Edmund Walker's remarks it is the import- ance of Canadians of all sorts and conditions bending their energies to tire development of the Im'.ustrial re- sources of the country with that snine superb spirit of co-ope ration Hint they eierclsei] In winning war. "We limy." hfi widely us, "lose all Hint victory seemed to se- cure by indulgence in countless theor- ies, many ot them aiming at the dis- integration of society, Instead ol again co-operating In one restora- tion of order and the improvement ot social conditions, so that the happi- ness of the greater number may be secured.'. Too much argument between capital and labor, Just now, is madness in view of what we to save." Truer words were nsvcr spoken. Sir Edmund was equally as sound wlion ho declared that "the rising curve ol prices cannot ho made to turn downward without ,in Increase In production, nor can we face tho heavy obligations left by the war except by p-catly Increasing production." That tho obligations of the country are very great there can be no doubt. Our jlubllc debt, which was slightly less than In 1914, will, Sir Kdmund shows, bo of the present llscal the annual interest MR. OR MRS. DYSPEPTIC GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE SALVE Opens tha Pores and Penetrates 4 Remedy for Chest Colls, Read Colds, Spas- modic Creep, Sore Throat, Stiff Hock, Earache and kindred ailnents. Apply freely to the skin just ever the affected parts and In. Get fid 1 nnaform pastilles heal sore throats, quinsy and tonsilitis couehs and they destroy disease germs finding lodgment in the throat AT ALL, DRUGGISTS Itftticul Brag Chrmkal.Cj, cf Citntii, lirriltd Cuticura Soap The Velvet Touch "TEETH TIGER" Tho Mardw Myit-ery that made all tremble. Look at Tc-wsijel Pelieni Frftm Stomach, Liver and Bcwvlu. Accept "California" Syrup of for the name California on the package, then yon are your child is having the best aad most harmless laxative or physio for tho 11U16 stomach, liver and ho-ireh. Child- ren love Its dellcions fruity taate. Full directions for child's dose on each bot- Uo. Give It without fear. Mother! You must say "Caiilornla.1' Wai So Run Down Felt He Would Have to akes Tanlic and Feels Fine Now. Grape-Nuts supplies what many breakfast cereals lack -solid nourishment including the vital mineral salts so necessary to encourage normal in children, A body-building food that tastes real "There's a 5BEE by the close year, while charges on money borrowed abroad now amounts to ci( which Is payahlo In the United Kingdom and In the United States. This debt, ho points out, can only be paid by an excess of -exports over imports or by new Tho latter being tanta- mount to cutting a slice from [ho lop of the blanket for the purpose ot making an audition Eo the bottom, Sir Kdmund docs not, 01' course, ad- vocate. Dut that wlilch he does ad- vocate, and that with all the empha- sis ho can command, Is the consump- tion of Canadian-made goods to tho greatest possible extent In order that the Import trade may be curtailed ttnd the level of the favorable balance o! exports ovt-r that latter maintained nt'tho highest poasitilo ratio. Ho furthermore outlines a list ot articles of merchandise In which import! might reasonably bo curtailed. Although Sir John Aird, the gener- al manager, naturally devoted a con- piderahlo part of his, address to mat- relating to thei bank, hig re- marks wcro by no means confined thereto. On the contrary, ho dwelt In an illuminating way on financial rind economic subjects In which Cnn- vanishes. It's truly most marvelous, and hnrmlessness. A box ot Pape's Dia-; pepsin tablets costs so little, at drug l stores too. Advertisement. Stomach Disorder ONLY E mONTHS 111 HUE Read What B. B. B. Did for Mr. Hans Kchkl, Magnolia, Alia., years ago 1 became very sick from stomach disorder, which tho doctor told me had start- ed from drinking bad water. 1 tried local doclors, but finding I got worso (rom day to day I went to a doctor in Edmonton. Ho told me that 1 must, hava an operation, and llrat If 1 did-1 n't I couldn't live any longer than six rnonUin. I cold him I had better die after six months than bo cut to pieces. 1 did not have the operation, but re- turned homo. No one was there to meet mo at the ntatlon, because Ihey did not know I was coming. 1 felt RO bad 1 couldn't walk farther than 10 yards without resting. It look mo 6 hours to wnlk 2 miles; the dlatancc from Iho stattcm to my home. Seme weeks Inter 1 read ait adver- tisement nljtnit your Jltircloek ritood Hitters. Alter I had used one bottle I fell much teller, and after 1 had uacd three bottles 1 was completely cured; you see your H. B. li. has iwvod my life, ntid cannol praise it too highly." Farm For Rent THREE QUARTER SECTIONS GOOD LAND NEAR DIAMOND CITY TO RENT FOR TWO YEARS Crcp Rental Basis. First Class Preposition. For terms and conditions Apply M. S. Me Arthur ALBERTA BLOCK PHONE 689 "Tanlac saved me my job, as 1 was just on ihe point of giving up when 1 began said Albert Payne, of tho Royal George Apart- m-enla, Heglna, Sask., recently. tinuimj he said: "For some time I have Buffered from the worst sort of attacks' of acute indigestion. I.had such a poor appetite I could never eat any break- fast al all .and had to force down what little I did cat. After every meal there seemed to be a lump aa heavy as lead in the pit of my stom- ach, and I was troubled something awfitl with gas, and would become so nnuscatcd 1 could seldom retain a thing. I lost weight until I ,waa scarcely mou than a frame and WM so weak anil run down I just had in drag myself around and my work .M