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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN TUB DAILY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, in Causing Concern Quarters in All LONDON, Jsn. ax- demoralized today under lead of New York, which to. to pound, repreaentlag a 'leuHn? of about 35 per cent. from the jio'mt Paris checks al 4. Id pound and Belgian at 4P Crunch, contributed tn thp demoralization, business with Italy was a! most The reasons for die decline of Nev.' York rates were the sjvmo ss responsible before the huge ac- cumulation of ibe defct of- Europe to .Vmerica, with the tddUlona! factor that recently Franca anfl Belgium have fcceu dollars Ihrouyi London. Lombard tree I not coiwMsr the rj eel hie i] mi suM in view tha debt, vlilch 'will reach a bte figure vrhen fbe time cotnos for the reiumpticm o' payment of interest on ito American and It vould not te surprising to the rate go bfSov especial- ly if the demand for dollars con- tinner. Eo liuriful to business arc con- OF CHILD'S UHlffi Leok M Tongue! Remove Poison! Frcm StcmEch, Liver and Bowels. Accept "Caiiforriia" STIUJ of Figs for the Californja on tie package, then you are sure your child ia -having the best and moat imrmless laiatiro or physic for the little stomach, lirer and bowels. Child- ran love its delicious fnrtty taste. Pull directions [or child's dose on each bot- tle. Gkc It without fear. Mother! Ton niiist say "Csl'fornla." -Advertis E moiit. WHOOPING COUGH STASMCK dOCF ASTHMA COLDJ IMXOUTB CATAJim that it it considered in tbe. street that the whole Kuropsan finnn- cial position has reached a aerious and that unless something is dose tho reeell will ha chaos. XothJeg; can. bs gleaned in official quarters any action to rem- edy tbe economic position and while lome people believe it will be best o let matters adjust in natural way, others advocate offi- cial action. A prominent member of one bank the situation thns: "Knanclal Europe at present Is a sick toan. The patient needs a stl'nu- Tbe question Is as to when, the stimulant is going to be applied." Oce of the immediate results of the aotlon of American exchange was the further in the price of bar to 117 ihlillrvgi six peace per ounce at which figure South Africa, South America and the Settle- ment are keen Silver also jumped two peace to S4H> owing to the small American and buriag. Canada Concerned OTTAWA, Jan. Associated ross.) The further break in Cana- dian exchange ou Nov.- York has aroused much concern. Quotations to land here this morning show that Canadian funds fell in New York lo A new low lerel of 10V Thla Is Iho since the heavy break to a discount of nearly 12 per cent, regis- tered in December lost. The situation is being keenly felt by importers from the United States. Thero have been for the fur- ther shipment of gold from Otta- New York as was done during the last break. Fluctuations in the rate and the whole position generally an un- der cloee study by the department of finance with a view to action, it found necessary. But there is no Im- mediate intention, it Is authoritative- ly learned, of making any farther shipments of gold to the United States. "The situation is an intemationji It was "What Canada could do would be only a drop in the bucket, and shipping., unless absolute- ly essential, would only deplete the Canadian gold reserve to that ex- lent." So far as the post office department is concerned, there is no early likeli hood, U is said, of interferenca in the Issue of money orders on the United ot such money orders was suspended for a few days during the last crash in exchange but the step waa taken then bemuse of the heavy fluetaaUocs to day, and the general uncertainty o the situation. Sir George Patah's Opinion TORONTO, Jan. George Pal so, adviser to the British chancel lor of the exchequer, arrived her this morning from the United States In an Interview he aaldi "The condition of the exchanges their ever-increasing depreciation, in dicate conditions which cannot fall tt these painful pests It is necessa o ge.t right at the seat of the trouble. When the blood is purified, cleans- ed and vitalized, by Burdock Blood Bitters, the bolls will quickly ditap tear, your misery is at an end, and lealth and strength come back again. Mr. Robt. Johnson, Barkway, Ont., haye suffered very much lining the last five years from boils, aving as many as five at once. I tried different remedies (without any relief, was advised to try Burdocki Blood Bitters, which I did, and after taking ust one bottle. I have had no more boils." B. B. B. has been on the market for over 40 years and Is manufactured only by The T. Milburn Co., Limited. Toronto, OTTAWA, Jan. Cauadlrt the railway lea this morninr. H. J. Symington. ounsol for th3 Winnipeg board of rails, In the telegraph case, lied the point' that the t ompanlea wero bound by statute to Jan. toils of Tritw-Wood trophy competed for la Lethbridge boniplel last week, defeated Kaslner last night by a KOre of It to 14. The play ta the Tritea-Wcod WM curled to the finals here lut Satur- day but owtnz to lack of time and as the final title rested between tiro of the Fernie YisSttng rinki, It WM de Even Sight of Food Was Distasteful To This Vancouver Man- Feels Fine Now. F. A PHYSICIAN'S ADVICE tYedorick S. Kollo, M. D., Bdilor Rt New York Physician's "Who's that weak, nervous people who increased weight, strenglh and nerve-force, should take a 5-graln tablet of Bilro-Phosphate just before or during each meal. This particular phosphate is the dis- covery of a famous French scientist, and reports of remarkable reaulla from its use havo recently appeared in many medical Journals. If you do not feel well; it you tire easily; rio not sleep or are too thin; go to any good druggist and get eno'isli Uitro-Phospliale for a two weeks' costs only fifty cer.U a Eat ISM; chew your ihofrtigh- Jy, and if at the end of a few weeks you do-noV feel stronger and heltsr tlmn you have for months; if your nerves are not steadier; it you no not sleep better end have more vim, en- durance- and vitality, your money will BUDAPEST, Jan. ia eitl- mated the monarehiit vote cart in the elections CMr.dsy Mon- day, approximated 95 per cent of the total number of ballota. Spec- ulation Is tald to be centered on who will be king, and gueMei range from Hapsburg prlncea to European ruling and Am. trlcan multl-mlllionalrM. Hungary's Peace -Answer BUDAPEST, Jan. Al-i Apponyl b engaged In writing Hungary's answer to the terms of veac.o to he auhmltted at Neullly by peace conference. He Bald tcaloy there many clauses which TVCTO impossible of'fulfilment. "There aro slity absurdities in the proposed trertty. One of these lahos i away all our wood and Iron ore, while j another demands that we glvo wood and ore lo tho Auslriana. What nf- fects our people most is tho loss of territory. As for the economic con- ditions, we know we can never fulfil them, no they cannot matter so much. If ft man >atik3 ma to pay a thousand dollars, I may do EO; but he demands a billion, 1 know I cannot comply, and to should not worry." The depressing effects of the treaty are evident In BudapEat. .Wines am not served at hotels, flagR ore half masted And St. Stephen's crown on the royal palace has been drapetl In black. Joseph Horvath. a Hungarian sold- ier, recently committed suicide leav- ing his possessions to his comrades In the army, he could no' "ahame." hi his will IJQ declared oullivc his country's Nsw York World cable ?.2y? .Mar- coni headquarters nt Chelmsford, England, demonstrated a wireless "My three years of troubles have left me since I began taking Tanlac and I feel as fine as ever did in im was the statement made recent ly fcy J. Trlmnel, a well-known Iron inoul-Jcr who lives at the Burran Booms, 33414 Powell St., Vancouver B. C. "I had Indigestion so bad that every thing 1 ate disagreed with me au caused so mufti gas to form that felt like I was going to con tinued Mr. Trimnel. "My heart would palpitate so bad that I could almos hear it beat and 1 would get so at times I could hardly stand on m; 'eet. I was never hungry and a fei mouthfuls .would ho all I could eal and many a time the sight of foot would make me deathly at m Btomach and I had to leave the tabl without ever silting down. I had pain in my baclr just over my kidneys nn they wore so bad Phad to quit wor at times and rest. 1 had severe hoai aches Ihat nearly drove mo frantl and 1 was eo nervous and restless that many ,1 night could get only n fow hours sleep and then it was broken and irregular. "During theses years 1 tried many different medicines but nothing ever helptid me until 1 sturled taking Tan- lac. Well, it put me on tho right road and from tho very beginning tny im- provement lias been Steady until I hf.vo hcon restored to perfect health. I have n splemlld appetite and no matter what I cat i digest it without any trouble at all, I am not bothered with dizzy spella or palpitation any and pains In my back have dlPApnoarer] entirely. 1 havo any more headaches und thfc nf-rvousncsn Is all gone, in fact, I haven't an aclu- of any kind. I am sleeping all night long and I have so much more strength and energy that 1 feel my old aclf again. You can put mo down for Tanlac because I am golns; to boost It every tiiuo I gH a chance." fixed rate of 25 cents for a ten wort within ail urea of Btstern formerly served by the Mont eal Telegraph company's lines. Mr ymirigton argued this point, taking or the hul> of his argument a statute f 1SS2 .which declared that If lontreal amalgamated orxanlzbatkn a rate hither .than 5 crate for those mes Faxes ahould lOl. to allowed. The Montreal T-ele- company had subsequently .Ralgamated with the Great North- restern Telegraph company. He nslsted that the railway board had, previous decision, upheld this ate and that it cauid nut now alter ts decision. The morning was taken up -with by opposition counsel and Mr. Symington was still spoking when adjournment came at 1 o'clock. W. N. Tllley, K.C., for the telegraph companies, concluded his argument about one hour after the sitting start, ed. He argoed that the application of he- companies iras well ia view of advanced costs of labor, ma- .erial, etc. Advanced rates could not he regarded in any way as a "bonus1 :o the companies. Ottawa" Mayer Presents Caae OTTAWA, Jan. Canadian the opening of the hear- ing of the telegraph case before the railway commisaioii this morning JIayor Harold Flaher, o! Ottawa, ap- peared before the board for a fe minutes on behalf of the Union o: Canadian .Municipalities. He stated that, telegrams of protest against In creased telegraph rates, chiefly fron the far west, had'been received an u a tonic to the tortured and almost invarubly quick relief. IU heiling, antiieptic qmlities cm be relied upon to prevent in- fection, or other serioni results, from iprjins, cuU, burns, bites ftingt. )ust as good, too, for feet, stiff neck, froet bites, cold and canker sores. Get it from druggists for 30 If not satisfied return the bottle anil fet your money back. Ever constipated or hare sick headache? Just try Wizard Liver Whip's, pleasant little piok M (eats, guaranteed. BUY YOUR IN ADVANCE .PROCEEDS IN AID OF WESLEY CHURCH MEMORIAL PIPE OROAN.T; ANN O UNCEMtENT he- returned, ond the nitro-Phosphalo device for exploding charges cojt you miles distant, Chatlets DIRECTOR COLONIAL THEATRE ORCHESTRA' '.ORCHESTRAL CONDUCTOR LETHBRIDGE PHILHARMONIC Professor of Violin {THEORY AND PRACT.ICE) PUPILS'PREPARED FOR ALL EXAMINATIONS Mr. Beresford has a. fev Tacancfes open for preliminary idvanced pupils for tie new term, starting February Ut. STUDIO ROOM-EMPRESS BLOCK TERMS, PROSPECTUS, ETC., UPON APPLICATION ORCHESTRAS SUPPLIED FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1814 PHONES: For the Afternoon Call or function. Serve with tea, chocolate or lemon- ade t They are delicious. JUrtk-West Biirait Co. LIMITED M WOMEN FROM NORTH, SOUTH, EAST, WEST LjJk L PhkWi COMBOBB.I u a RefcaUe Rcaed; for WOBUB'S Dk 0. B. U. FINLANDERS WANT AFTERNOON TEA AND A MORNING LUNCHEON FOIIT WlUvlAM, Ont., Jan. 28 One Big Union inlanders are terror- izing various lumber camps near here by strikes and an open display of fire- arms. At camp near Ignapa, a man-! itesto drawn up iiy 'Cnv "Con-iuiUles of tho Camp" demanded, among oth- er things, {lie serving of afternoon lea and a morning luncheon. Armed I with revolvers the Finns compelled all to leave ctitnp nnd cam's to Port Arthur and demanded Ihelr pay which wns refused. The matter will ho threshed out In tho courts. Other camps affected are at Home, Payne, While River and 'two near Shsbaqua, Spokane, want to recom- mend Lydia E. Finkham'i Vegetable Compowd for women's ailments aj it helped me so much daring middle age." MAHTHA CONNOR, Avenue. Abilene, I waa to do my work u I Buffered sofromfeiaaleiils. LydiaE. Pinkhmm's VegetableCom pound restored my heal th after physicians had failed. "-Mn-G. E. Ownn. Rockvitle, snfteredsolong from female I was blue and inelan- Lydit E. Pinliham'i Vegetable Compound restored my health after everything else had Wmz, J Chamberlain St. Oakland, CaJ.-" Lydia Vegetable Compomid gave me such relief during: Change of Life, I wish every woman cooid know about it I aurelTpraite this remedy for women's MARTS. ASHLEY, B709 Dorer Stieef- The reason Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vee- etahle Compound to mccearfnl is beeauM) it contains curatJTe, strengthening properties of good old fashioned roofa and herljs, which act directly eo Uie female organism. For BDC week only, commencing January 31st to February 7th, less 10 per cent The Working Man's Store Furniture, Brass and Iron Beds, Mattresses and Coil Springs A FULL ASSORTMENT OF GLASS, CHINA AND DELFWARE In Single Articles or by the Dozen. HARDWARE, GRAN1TEWARE, ENAMELWARE, TINWARE, CUTLERY TRUNKS AND VALISES JOB LINES OF DRY GOODS SPECIAL BARGAIN 8 Large Size ROCKING HORSES, to clear out at. each............................ F. A. PHONE 1155 ROGERS 546 13th St. N. BLUE CAR STOPS DOOR WE WILL DELIVER ANY GOODS TO HARDIEVILLE. Trcniac is sold in l.elhlmdgp by John Hlgtnbutham In Coal- hurst by Diamond Unip; ft Stationery Store, and in Warner by Mra. N. Der' -Tr t 'I' FRENCH AVIATORS, FORM A UNION i'AHIB, Jan. have formed' a union here and decided on minimum salaries and adopted a standard form .of contract for n membership. Second Lieut. who flew across Germany, dropping proclamations on Berlin sfn routo, has been elected presi- dent. HEAD OFFICE WINNIPEG, MAN, CARRUTHERS DEALERS AND EXPORTERS OF HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS AND TALLOW Lethbridge Alberta Get acquainted with the largest dealers in Western Canada and you wiH never be a dissatisfied shipper. Write today for prices and shipping tags which will be mail- ed on receipt of your (application. A. CARRUTHERS CO., LTD. 595 1251 ATMM S. Letfabridse, Afo. ;