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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE, FOUBTEEN THK DAILY HERALD. MONDAY, svm GERMANS WILL GIVE I BACK YACHT CUP H WON DURING 1914! LONDON, 7. The, trustees of fcitilwsy Commission Makes In- portent Values Increased. Debated stoca 1911. a new form of ojotiart to cover the carriage of sjock op Canadian nnrcids will come into eifect on July 7, according ta an Ottawa aoooanceowut. Canadian Mfcllway commission today! publishes its ruling that the nan I contract, taking effect July 1, maat take th9 form provided by (be cost- mission and that the form of contract with attendants In charse of I stock, must bo printed on tbe back ol; Uie livestock coctroct. "Only'two points hive been at Issue! shippers acd tarriere slnco 19U, when a general agree- ment reached nnder which ship- ments havo bee-n hitherto carried. Tiiese two-points were: (t) The- rfcrs1 liability for itisf, damtga or In- Ivy 'o stock; sad (J) carrierc, Hi- bilily for injury tc attendants accom- panying iirestock. .'The limit of valuation has in- creased considerably in the case of certain classes of siock. Cattle may now be valued at 5150 each, compared with maxi- mum provided in the old coatract. Hogs are raised from to "other aniinls including calves, from 110 to J20 each. Hordes, remain valued at (including aiid coltc under one year cf .Carriers are released from liability (07 death or injury to attendants in charge of stock unless such injury re- sults from negligence on the part of i ttie railway or its employees, while the attendant is actually .located in his own stcck car or In the caboose the train in which he is entitled to travel. The contract which this at- tendant must sign in order to obtain freo transportation, ft.ls forth the at- tendant's for the care ol stock.- bis recognition ol the added dangers of trarelling on freight trains, nnd his undertaking to notify the gen- eral counsel of. the railway within 30 days of any accident. MARRIAGE OF EX- PRESIDENTS DAUGHTER XHW HA VEX, Conn.. Juae arid Mrs. William H. Tali today, an- no'unced tbe engagement of their danghter Helen to Frederick Jobn- ebn Planning. Mr. Manning" is initrnctor In history in Taie TJni- versity- Ho Fas a member ot the 'class of.1916 in Yale and iras unUI 1S19. a first lieutenant ta the field artillery ot the United States army; The talte place in Canada.m'Jiily. J Medical U the agn ci bUfdir.jj sjians. For it EP.G DlEcdi hat teiKkr EP arc the fcre-runrzra of Pyorrfcca, ihzl dread dkepsa t'hich aSfcts foiff out of frf? over forty. the is uschcctcd, the Einn-lins recedes, the telh loosen arid fallout, orniust fce csttictcd (p rid the system of .the I'yontea pd- WTH gcwriL-J at fdxr.3 which seep into the systtcr! itvtf wrcci; the hsallii. They cause MT7C413 disorders, nnscmia, acd many ._ To avoid pyerrhca, visit your tlst oft-si for tooth and KU.TI icfpecticn, iaduseForhan'al'orthoGima. For- han's For the v.-ill prcrait Pyor- iheaor diectrits jx-c-cnisa, H'ueKl id thne and .used consistently. Ordinary .cfentiffees cannot do this.' Fothan'a keeps Ilia grans firm szd teeth nfcile ;ir.d clean. EiErt tiskg ic today. If to aL-eady Get >D, rsa I- orhan's according to direc- tions (md coiiKiSt >xrar dentist ucmc- diatciy for special lreatffient, f35c.and 60c tuba in Canada and M.S. If your druggist cannot supply you, send prirt to us direct and we will mail tube postpaid. FOKtlAtJ'S, LTD., Monlical tORTHE GUMS flid" Qerild "Watson, secretary ot the Hoysl .'laSdon iclut at CQIMS, Have lajtroetal the NoidSsrasifitaf CtiA-al Hambnra to.retera.JJMiMhlef- Biflonal.EJtTor Ciufleusc wait woi by'Herr at Kiel! In 1SH, Just baton octbrfaX ct nr.r, yttt -ita'PiuIai ID, '-tt'i ttfltyhis to the custody 6' ClBfc bas msde appli- cation tor iia 'Several-' Ootstanding Slumbers .From Ofher Cities Present for Mrs. Aimee. Swnplc McPherson ..Between ejghloon. hundred and two thousand people- turned.out Sunday to heir the nosjieT as ptyached by ifrs. Aimee Semple McPherson in the curling rink. .TMs.-.was the largest crowd that has attended any c[ hor revival since she- started B woek. ago and iaany people came to betbbrldgp from the surround- ing country to hear her message. Sho spoke oh'her-life'.and aroused more has been ex- hibited at any previous meeting here. Her followers claim that she is now obtaining a firm grip on and 'during the remainde'rof her stay in. the crty, her work will increase in results. During her talk, she appealed for tho; doing awoy of much of tho for- mality that she clainiB exists in the presont day cbumh services and the getting back to tho old time religion. iss pie and more piety is said. "Do away with the o'yater suppers and ice cream teas and intro- duce (he old time sho con- will show Ltthbridse that He really is one who answers by fire. Seme people just have enough religion to make them her Etatements. As" a" result of Friday aflornocii's divine healiug service some more sick cases have been favorably roported. On? dumb boy, it is said, was' heard to apeak several times Friday after- noon. This boy has been dumb for eleven yews and is nnder observation. Two of deafness are being olf; "iVhll'e. talking about her life Mrs. receiving her call Vhen she years ot age. Up to that time she- had be-in led astray and her. faith practically- destroyed be- cause of. teachings of.-certain "faiths encountered while she was.attending school. When she wan 17 sho attend- ed a'revival meeting in London and she realised God's power and her faith was restored.'. Since then'she has travelling in 'many parts of .the -world teaching (Sod's; message. She iront as a mlf- sionary to China.BOOH after her ccm- and while there her husband She was then ID years of'jge. Stace then she. hns toured England, Ireland, India-arid tho north. Ameri- can and recently hns been in holding sorpe of Uie larg- ost ovaneellstlc sorrices In iioTta-from cities In tho United where she has appeared, cato that she Has a great drawing card arid in rfisard to healing sho has, newspapers say, accomplished -wond- ers. During a stay in Chicago she brokB hrar ankle by-In answer to they summer garments it BOW cotnpMc and I1 eludes many new snd attractiVB stylos made different from anything hale shown Thero are diinty for bettor or garments for t to J2. 50 suit. Sale Price i i J MEN'S BAL, UNDERWEAR Men's BalbriKgan Uaderivcar in the .two-' vesta and drawers. am values that vre bought over o n j arc going nnUof men'.i wcr.r. i'.cpular to valuta. Sale Price, eaoh MEN'S SOX Men's silk finished EOJC lor fine These arc high class goods and wear well ami bavo good appearance. Itcgular JlOO n r< Sale ITIcc MEN'S COTTON SOX Cdtlon These are good -olid tutor; OIK! good fitting Wp sold (hem for rot for months hick "Sile rfp I DC mm TIES Men's Knilftd Ties in: aanortert colors. A (if for with or hard colhr nic price lodiy Is moro than re'all price P-wtlnr Jl 55 laluo Sale Price cti 'ich olrC MEN'S UNDERWEAR Ira f.nc fiunyiicr underwaar in flnej ffuulily and Bnring ucodle weave. .These -are high K-irmeiifi made -se'l In the t ade Worth per garment Sslo 1 Trko THE'NEW THINGS FIRST ;