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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 21, 1920 THE LOTHBttlDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE (Conttaued Prom Page Elgat.) i pi to be seen ami tbau In smaller couatriee. The effect of price-filing, and of taa- 11 on pronU, ii clearly appar- ent la a lessening of' production. Whatever may be right way la which to ptnlth the iwo methods act as boomerangs. In ths mi H U ths public iliat la punished. In the Slaws enormous ffonts made hy supplying the allies post-war expansion OB The formation oJ ceeds all recorfa. .and Inflation In, price; has. j made' many fortMei. the I buying power of' which Is the as o! nude lo any other manner, but the baaia of which, so far as the cratir a-while U con- cerned, may he an Idle, dream, In marked to ttta power to aell Eee'uritlerat prices, la the perilous United States railroad what _ fixing from a fwliW udequstij to of Ing theii aa4 of hieptng them In not merely but ta IT facing rota tt entlrrtr Ti -aoptei. at tlme'whA forelo horn. trad, erifT except that of experiencing an efliaalled In the past, It Is bars? to get hearing for any complaint Newfoundland Preaperou The review of Newfound land iadkatM unusaal protperity larger ttw.baildlng of ractically Indistinguishable from >eef. U Is. estimated that (here are at least a million square toiles of land which might te utilized fur reindeer aud musk-ox herds, which will never be available .tor cereal production be- cause of their location, and In vlen- of the constant reduction of grazing areas throughout the world, this step toward the utilisation of what are- re- garded as barren lands la regarded as Important. The commlwloo will iaec-t Saturday morning and. It Is expected that the, witnesses to be called will include Isiou tne conferences because of disagreement over Jhs foreign rela tloui committee reservation regarding oqualllyNot voting in the of Nat'ons. Both Republican members the near a complete break, but that one more effort would be made- tomorrow. In the meantime "mild reservation" Republicans and some Democrats WASHINGTON. Jan. kaders participating In the bi-partisan conference for compromise reserra- llous to the peace treaty reported to- day tbat they were close to suspen many Royal North West Mounted Po- lice officers and who have spent a long time in the For North. Offi- cials of the geclcglcal surveys branch wawi uv uj of the department ot ibe Interior who in Ottawa for 1U first tilting have elso gone over the country in Saturday nest The commission (question, will be called pon. It Is consists of Dr. J. 0. Rutherford, rail-1 likely that here will last Saturday and -Monday and It develop- ments warrant such action be-ins taken FREE 1'im'lLEGES MAY BE LIMU'EO I of valuables from the big but it will be Imposilble, according OTTAWA. Jan. tbo close of :ho silting ot the board of railway commissioners this morning, Hon.' Frank Carvell. chief commissioner, I announced tbat he had written a some-: HI lengthy inlcriirelallon cf the: rights ot railways to grant free lelc- graph. telephone und exprees to ratso iho vessel or any ot, her cargo, owing to tho great depth, of water in which she is lying. auy to 11 It they Although HOI i and Democrallc conferees were 'a great dlaappqraUoent at meet-of swrclty.: An even more dls- It that the coit of the polnt'where can be readily and promibly made, and iate f tbo war muat be-adjusted ioforc normal con- ditions are .restored. In as In. the cities of Iho >IariUmo Provinces, Ontario and the nesd of greater hoaslag accommodation ,is painfully- appareht. Ths information .regard- ing shipbuilding Is inont era-ttfyins, an vrory by the "Mark of by the bi-part-j vessel :'Th'e suffered from h'ad weath'tr' and proceed onlj'' an ordlnarr" Harvest, how- :evv, wouW havf been very gratify- [ing hilt for thj needs of Eur- ope at i.., In yeportB there ar( regard Oar reports from British Columbia aad the three Pacl fie eihibft .marked prosper Ity. esptcUiiy :in .Tfew great variety of and maraets vote of thanks to the directors and were parsed. The meeting then adjourned. SIANY SHIPS IN TROUBLE AT SEA BOSTON. Mass., Jan. Further _____ Program In the 'effort; to conquer the diffl of 'transport by ses, and fo the further-'purpose, of building foreign trade wkh new countries, I Oovernmept' of: Canada ente; upon large programm of ahlpbunding. have been for 'ilxjy -resaels with a dead- weight tonnage about tons. Of these "forty-live were contracted for before the; Armistice at slightly under per ten', whllo fifteen con- tracted for since the Armistice will tost less than fllo per ton. The to- tal coat of the1 sixty vessels.will be. slightly under To date i twenty-three vessels have, been com- pleted and nineteen have been tur.w-1 ove.r 'Canadian National Rail-1 ways and are in cptnmiftnion. These j sh'lpa hate been built in fourteen dif- ferent shipyards In'tho following thlr-1 teen places; Halifax anil Glaa reports 01" shipping troubles, due to encounters' with the etorm of the lasi. :wo days, wero received by wireless .oday. The British ...steamer Burmese. Prince, af Furnesa liner, which Harre on' December 29 for New York, reported that she had' been unable- to make headway in the etorhv and drift- ed slowly .''astern.' milea cist of Ambrose Channel light at the time tie meaEOge-waa sent. and hopei to zlKh New. York "next Thursday. The wooden steamer Airlie. of the shipping board fleet, sent word fronv a point 325 milea eatt of Ambroie Channel that she was leaking anil uh art to str.ll her excess coal, and waa labor- Ing In heavy seta. Rivers and Montreal in Quebec; To- ronlo, Midland, Collingwood and' Port 'Arthur 'In Ontario; Van- Viiftorla, an'ti Prlnco Knport In 'pr'lttalii .Columbia. There can be no' doubt'that'In opening up' new routes between Canada and -the Wnirt tndle> and' South America, where private enterprise1 could hardly he expeet'ed 16 beat the initial coet of the vesaele have service. From the report on business rondltions for Quep'e'd'ft VtM lie Been that consider- able ihlphVllJlng 'for other govern- menU 'and Individuals Is also being done In Canada. In the number of cargoes handled hay the largest year In the liinlarr port. The trans- stlantlo (hips arriving in the port IhlB year. 100, against about 400 ten years ago. T'' Trade In. a'; supplement to our Angus- monthly letter ive published some of -the. Information gathered by, repre of the Bank who recently visitei Australia, Naw Zealand. .Tapan Kores, Maiichurla, and China In etie 'infflresta of the foreign trade o Canada. While It 1s reasonably o.lcn thit our exports for some time to come mainly of tho of the Held, the forest, the and the the great ataplec of our couptty, we must hope stendl- Iv to Increase the export of commodl- llea on which we haso sponl Iho mas- 'Iniusi ol -labor' rather Shan those on which jre, have spent the minimum, that is, manufactured goods rxthe; tharf raw material. At present there is such nri market at home for Ihc product <1f our raaoufactur- era.'that few Oinidlau firms teem to be trying tq inter foreign In tho lupplemftnt referred (o we tried to dBmonslrafe how varied it the JeM for .which we can make and what have been the main to success thus far. As our nUpptement. says: "Undoubtedly a shart of the trade can bo seoured If our mannfacturers will go to the of a compefent re- to study local reqiilre- "elect local representatives jnd with the latter In iho BLOOD POISONING How often lockjaw and blood poisoning result from the neglect ol a slight scratch or liltlc cut I Ham- lin'a Wiaard Oil is a and effec- tive firat aid treatment. It is a pow- erful anHaeptic and should be ap< Elitd immediately to wounds of this ind to prevent danger of infection. It is soothing and healing and quickly diivci out pain and inflam- mation in cases of sprains, bruises, cuiSt burns, bites and stings, just as tellable, too, for stiff neck, sore feet, cold sores, canker and toothache. Get it from dnig'g-iiU for 30 cents. If not satisfied reluni the bottle and your money hack. Ever constipated or have sick headache? Just try Live Whips, pleasant little pinV nillt, cents. Guaranteed. the ascinaiing smoothne mild aronta More sold than all otaer brands combined." ;