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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUAflY 28. 1920 THR I2THMUDGE DAILY HERALH PAGE THROE TrJIEHEADS WINNIPEG RAILWAY COMPANY IN HARD FINANCIAL POSITION Board of Commerce Wants To Know of Useless Things, Say OTTAWA, Jan: Canadian tKtloet the textile questionnaire Ittued by the board of commerce were laid before ornmcnt today by a delegation of, Canadian manufacturers. The manu- facturers presented the government a formal petition claiming tliat th? questionnaire required detailed in- formation to lie furnished covering a jwrlwl of ten and In some cases-of eteven yean. This, they claimed, It would .be imnoesible to .furnish. H they could furnish it, they asserted most of it would be of no use to any- one-. The delegation cipccled to be reltored from the orders of the board In regard to ihe questionnaires. Cori was promised by emmont. "I cannot help heatedly re marked P. C. Daniels, of the Domtn ion Textile cannot help feeling that there is a certain clo- roent of sptte malting Itself evlden; throughout this questionnaire." Mr. Daniels read Questions asked bi the board in regard, to the cotton in dustry. Samples, lie said ivero rcquir ed covering a period of .ten years These could not he obtained. To. or all lines produced now; sis o feven thousand samples would necessary. ft. Thompson, representing the woo' leu manufacturers, thought that th iliictals of tho beard were uiakln jobs for theuiselYCD. "T-iicy will, need a whole lot" go clerks to tabulate this Information. lie cii. "And when they liavo-i it will be of no 'IUE to them. Th questionnaire on woollens Lad bee by someone who vc little about the business." WINNIPEG, Jap. Cana- dian tho Winnipeg Elec- tric iiwlltvar lias spent huu- reds of thousands of dollars ill eiecul- orders of the public utilities com- ilsslou was established before Mr u'sllce Currutt today in the case of he city -versus the railway company. Its lordship remarked that tbe carry- ng out of such orders, applied for by he city, was a blj factor la forcing bo company, to higher fares. Other evidence referred to the com- any's financial condition, which T. Hunt, K.C., counsel for the city, admitted '.Terr poor." BIG EUROPEAN LOAN WASHINGTON', Jan. ill bo asked by President Wilson lo authorize a of to Aus- rla, Poland and other European couu- ries and Armenia for fooM relief as requested by Secretary Glass. At the White Home today it was said the president had taken a "deep Interest" n the loan and that within a few days he would write a letter on :hc subject to leaders of congress. Short of Breath Couli! Hartlj'Val Without Restiog. you go to a be examined for aiiy heart trouble one of the first questions ho asks is: "Are you short of Now, when the heart becomes affect ed there ensues a feeling of a chok sensation, a shortness of breath palpitation, throbbing, irregular beat iig, smothering sensation, dizziness and n weak, sinking, all-gone feeling of oppression and anxiety. On the first sign of the heart be coning weakened or the nerves un strung Milburn's Heart and Nerv3 Pills arc just the remedy you require. Thr-j' regulate and stimulate the heart strengthen arid restore the whole nerve system. Mr. Stephen Grouse, East Clifford, suffered for five years with heart trouble. I could hard- ly walk from the hoys-3 to tlic bara resting as I used to gel so short of breath. could n htiy inc. Sly wife told me to set a bos of Milburn's Heart'and Jfe Pills and 1 felt better after taking th'era; three boxes made me quite I well. I am now helping my son to r work the farm, and can truthfully Jnn. Owners ol the W that I feel a different man." small steamer Sydney O'Xeff. today Price 50c a box at all dealers or planned to use :iirplanus in searching for the craft swept out into I lie lake with breaking Ice packs af- tsr having held prisoner more j than a week." An all-night search by I coast guards fai'.ed'to locate tho ves-j set. i i The mystery summmlr.ii; tlie where- j iibouts of s.ix itieii. five of wcro j incinbors (if the O'.N'eff's c-rev. whu tried to reach the boat by walking the j j four miles over foreakiiiE ice tciay j was added to by a seventh man. Xoth- ing had been hoard from Edward Wil- liams a photographer, rince he started for Ihe O'NclT.' Whether nil seven readied the i O'Ncff or fell into open water, prob- ubly will, not known until the O'Nctr has been located. BARGAINS Ainros MnOliverTowne USErWIMID ALL 0V I'm a regular Parking Station for those who to sell used can. They bring them, to me and let them rest here over night and usually I sell them tlie neat day because those lookinB.for 'cars also seek me for thoir wants. I've also quite a line of prospective buyers. buy or sell, get into the Want Ad. liners of tbis paper.' PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS' MED'CAL MAMAOC MEDICAL MASSAGES AND SHAMPOOS PHONE 1710 OENTAL DK. M. ttKAD- utto ol lloyal of Dental Sur- geons, Toronto. X-ray equipment. Office: ilooms 5 to 7, Bryan Block. Phono 1011. FLORISTS FRACHEBROS. RMM, Carnatlone Chryunthemuma and ill Floret specialty. Phone 1003 ROOFERS THE DIXON 8HCCT WBIXL CO. PHONE 1057 Fan-iv, Serrice Agency Scientific Ewryyrhert. Contingency basis. We get Everything- In account ancy. Prompt attention. 4 Block Phone T. AL.uB.N- Denlitt, of Maryland; Office, Itoom S QuiMing. Phono 1165. Dlt. WILL II. Successor to On. Marn and liarn. Hotrc 0 tc 5. Office Hljioboinim _Blocli._Piion8 374._______________ DR. T. DENTIST, GRAD- date North Western Da.ital fty, Chicago. Office, 7St; res- idence phono Offices: Union Building. ___1SVO graduate o! Chlcego College of Den- f.l Surgsry. Alberta Block, McLsod Bros. do'Jhing Stors. Of- fice phone ;50li.' Besldencj phone _ DRS. 9H Third Ave. South. Wepkonx: Crtict, 1253; Dr. Qalbralth'.T deuce. 1259; Dr. Ljrnn't Morning, afternoon and eves- ing office honn. ______.. RS. DeVEBER, CAMPBELL, ROT Royal Building. Office noun I.JO to J.M.: 7.30 to 8.30 pjo. Phcne OCi. DR. C. M. graduate of the Colrtje ol Dentsl Hours, S.'to 6. tin: Rooios 3 ami 4. Eupreti Block, fouf (Jcois I'.crlh of ths audra PhD OB 410. Res. bn. W CRAIG" "Graduate of and former Instructor in North Unlvenlty DeuUl School Chicago, 111. OKi.ies. iliglubotbam lllock. TelcphOBO 337. Hours 9 to 3.30. Oil. J. s. Epecial izlug in pyorrlioa. X-ray equipmenl Olfice. Suite i Bryan Block. Hours to i to a. I'licmeoS AUTOS FOR (When rteplyliir. Mention rfefald) FOR 1918 model Excelsior motorcycle, electric equip- ment, kick starter; in good-condition; equipped with new tires, back and LODGES front. Price cash. 23 Herald. Apply Box mailed direct on receipt of price The T. Mllbuni Co., Limited, Toronto, FOR car, 1917 mo- del, flrst-clasb condition, ul a sacri- fice, Also four-roomed IIOUEC, three-roomed shack and a one-room- ed' shack, standing on three lots, with' shed, chicken house and garage. Ap- ply Steve Bassette, Coalhurst, Alta. 31-10 LUMPS OF INDIGESTION WANTED TO RENT, rteplylug Mention Th> TO Marclf 1st, a nicely furisbcd house or bungalow; no children; references. Phono 1452. PAH13, Jaa. Thomas, Hie French labor leader, was tlnaui- elected director-general of the Inlerna'tlunal luhor organisation at lo- day's session .of the here.' This action ratifies tho provis- ional nomination of M. Thomas mado I 'by the labor conference ill Washing- ton in November. Tho organization I "Pape's Diapepsin" at once I fixes your Sour, Gassy, I Add Stomach Undigested food! Lumps of' pain; Ijclcliing gas, .acids ami sourness. When youv stomach is all-upset, here insliinl no moment yon cat. tablet VIADUCT LOSXSE..NO. 53, l.O.O.F, Meets eye'ry Tnesuay Night at Eight O'clock In the Oddfellows' Hall, Cor- ner-6tli Fourllt Avenue S. Hearty welcome extended All Visitors. Oeo. Fred'kf.HeaUi, Sec. Phones: Residence 1781, Office 383.' Uited, Difficult ctiif, tpeclalty. J. M. HENDERSON Offlct at Stor. Noun: 10 to 1? a.m. and 2 to 6 p.m. OXY-ACETYLENE WELL) I NO !J. Kulh. corner lit Avenui and 10th DRESSMAKING WANTED TO option of purchase, six-room fully modern house, or bungalow preferred, on south side. Apply 35 Herald. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Leibbridge .Lodge, No. 792, meets every second, and fourth -Tuesday in each month at S.OO p.m. Women of Mooseheart Legion, I.ethbridge WANTED TO rreNT-One or two fur- tar'No. 32S, meets every second and mshed or unfurnished light housekeep- Monday in eoch monlli at 8.00 DRESSMAKER Of Rll kinds done. Firsl-clas.: work and prices reasonable Mrs. Clara Harris, Moom 5, Alberta Loan Block. aS-6 uate of CLIcaso College of Uenla Surgery. Specialist in oral surger and diseases thu aioutb. Hours 9 to 11', I to Sul.te 3, Ollrc Block. Phone CHIROPRACTORS _ _ h M SH June C. If jou sic and want to heaUb. tak chiropractic sploai Adjustments an set Olflco. 205. Sherlock lildi Hours: 9.30 lo 12 and 1.30 to 5. Evei ings by appDlatmtnt'' Phones Office. 1677. ResKence. H4L CANADIAN PAVRIOTIC FUNP WJ She lock Uldg. Phone 701. Office houi 10 to 4. Saturday: 10 to 1. RS. CONNOR, tlcMAULY tc. LEECH 109 Sherlock Block. phones: Office 319; nf Dr. Connor, 619; residence of Dr. McN'ally, 10JO; residence of Dr. Leech. 1007. hours: 11 to 11 a.m.; 2 to g, and 7 to I p.m. FL i and 116 Sherlock Ot- houra 13; 7.SO lu S.30 p.m. Phocei: Olfici Hi; reilreaca, 593. _ TTJLLER-PH YStCTAN and lumon. Office, Shepard Block, oppoiite atarlanl Theatrt, roomi to Office Houra: 11 to 18 a.m-'.V 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to S.M-p.m. f Phones: Ofdce 7SO; Stb St. 3. Phono H94. lit. BAIi, NOSS and Throst Specialist. Special tention to Noio and Tonsil Glasses fitUd. HIglr- botham Block, Lcthbridge. Phones: Office 1830; house tM. J. J. A. 1st for diseases of Eyes, Bar, V Throat and Siting New appllp.ncei Ki-itudcot Paris. Londou. Berlin Vienna. Budapest. Hours: 5 a.m.; 2 to 5' p.m.. and 7 to 9 p.m. Union Bauk Bolldlag. Phona. DR. J. B. SDR GEON and Accoucheur. Olivej Block. Hours: JO.30-12; 0 1.SO-S.30; T-8.30. Office nlioBB .Residenca 1JB6 Slith A, South. T Residence phone 437. PIANO TUNING IP'P'S- and Organ Repairer; ZO years' factory experience. Hon- ours Ceililicate M.T. AKH.. England, llefcrences to tbe leading musicians of the Phona 116S. VIAV! DO, J. B. COVERING, Physician and Surgeon. X-Hay equipment. Offict and residence, 812 3rd Ave. South." Hours: 11 to 12, 1 lo 3, 7, to 5. day and 12JS. OSTEOPATHIC DR. J. E. HORNIMQ OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAM 31G-18-2U Sherlock Bldg..- Hourj 10-t2; 2-4, and by. appointment. Rh.orie 1999. ing rooms, ny February ISth. Reply, stating Herald. full particulars, lo Box 78 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS (When Tteplylnr The Hqratd D.m. in the Moose Hall, Iliginbolliam Block. Joint social and open right first Wednesday of month. Whist drive'third Wednesday of roontti. Vis- iting brothers and sisters welcomed. WANTED TO must be nnxlcm; Box !ll Herald. south side. two of Palm's Uiiipcpsin all tho indi- gestion pain ami dyspepsia distress cr.uHeil by ncUlity is relieved. Your disordered stojiiach will feel finu at once. These ulcasaiil, harmlras tablets of Pipe's Uiapcpsin Itie harm- ful acids in tlio stomach, and eke most instant relief; besides they cosl so little at drug Advert. Iligli scliool sludent, room and board until April Isl. WANTED TO BUY or Eive- adoiiled sis voted coaage, on soulli side. State tho Washington i conference. Thoy i nrjce terms. Apply were referred to the-s'ccrolary of [jj Herald. C League of Nations who will transmit nr to the various governments for ra.tfca- Apply 30-0 do of work lo .pay board. Dionc 1135. Will for any number or class, filvo full particulars Instance, to Box 69 Herald. in first cha ply Opera House, Stetllor, Alta. S.O..E. Meete In I.O.O.K hail for business and social first. Wednesday; sodp.t fourth Wednesday of each month. Visiting members welcomed. Presi- O. W. Parsons; secretary, E. Faunch, P.O. Box 57. Dominion Labor Party .Will hold meetings on the first and third1 Thursdays ol each month at S opera house to; any Sin St. 8. llchtlng Contractors for ElettrltJl Wark Ordrton For, Spot Cash PAID FOR YOUR Furniture. In Large or Small Cotislennienla WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS 770; ilttr 6 p.m., M1S3 AU-BEN M. fizjiag and Theory; pupils ealcrail for eiauliiatious o( Ilia Hors; Academy and Royal Collogo ol Music, London, England, last yoat luccesslul Stuulu, C2J Street Soutb.___________________ MHS. W. IL ol piano harmony and theory. PupiU recitals. Pupils trained for Toronlt CoaaorfBtory examinations if tired. Studio. 1238 6tn Ave. A. S (formerly 1226 Sin Ave. S.) .McO. YOUNG, of Voice, Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for Toronto Conservatory ezams. This year's Use onort's three obtaining a eleven "honors." fivo "first claeg ono pup'l tbe "Silver for highest marki In her grarlo for tlie Uoinlnioti. Ke cilals Iield Christmas, Easlor June. Studio. 4MA 5th SI. S. CLEANING AND OYEINO VALBT SPECIALISTST THE French Dry Cleaning. Our procei! eliminates danger of Injury to gar ments. Only the highest class turned out. No dyeing. Immediatt attention Is given to country 3S46lh Street Soutli. Phone 1813. PRESSING nil Repairing and alterations doae at reasonable prices. We call Id and deliver goods. 410 6th StrSDl South. Phono 152S. GUNSMITHS OUNaMlTHS barrels Etratgbloncd, guns restock ed, gua work dooe by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, blcyclM, typewriters, phonographs, auy llgbl machinery repaired, lawn mowari sharpened. D, H Macdonald. Indian Motocyde Agent. Phone 1032. (II Street, opposite Herald Office. Dr. A. T. SPANK1E C.M. Eye, Nose, Ear and 1 Throat Specialist r Office: ffulti m-UJ R Burnt! Piilldlng, corner tnd Jtid Strmt E., PhoiMi Office, KNIT, ;