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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1020 Cphimiitee Chairman Very Em- Mind Has Set at Rest. OTTAWA, June. S3. Canadian has not been lUe slightest that one dollar his been wasted and I thiak It Is s pity that the country sbc-uld. be sat to heavy expense such inveiti tiWfi' said If. B Morpby. member for North Perth, and chairman ot tne lie accounts committee when consider- ation of the item ot over- sells pay and account was concluded body iodav. Alluding to another item 'brought forward by, members of Jho opjwsil alii bandied by tho day tlie" chairman -said it. was cheap did that no good or useful puroose be 'served'by bringing "oa such Items ant! wasting Iho valuable of many members of tbe house. A. n. McMaster and J. 1! Sinclair took strong ex ceptipn to tho chairman's remark, tbo latter remarking: "1 think the expense is justified when. is. In- volved." Other members uf the committee suggested-that anyway tho Investiga tion had shown 'that there was abso lutely nothing wrong with th amounts in question, and Ihut the a laying of any public anxiety might b well worth the trouble. Thu iieni which was concluded today arose from charge on the floor of the house b air. vouchers''sen Evidence given to the'cpmm.itlee ha that as a thoro'tg accounting and auditing system.. w.'a established in Knglaud there wfls n need to send the'.vouchers to Canad until after tho .war. They aro now I Ottawa.- Jle-checking. however; a cording to'ospert'evideiice, would tak asveral years aiid besides being f tiie. would, he ridiculous from- :th standpoint of involving the country: so large, an expenditure. One, witnes estimated itVwotild cost take E Over 500 Delegates-.iittendin and Medical "Conferences.: jjnne Section mposed cl ani welfare orkors from all parts of tfco At of the public health us- clation "and the tor coni- attins venerfa! dlseales. Dr. Cordon ales, ot Toronto, secretary. 6J the tier organization, presented his ro- ort and a by Mrs. Arthur Mur- iv, KdmontoD. on tHo cc-utrol'and ro- ot vt-ucrcal disease GIE, was road. Other pauers on tho subject wore ad by Dr. II. -M. Seymour, Regiua; r. F. Hoberts. of St. John; Dr. ordon Wnnlpfs. and it discus- oa Isd by Dr. J. A. Amyot, Ot- wa. .auj Dr. 3. W. S. 5IcCulloagh, orvntc. l Ur. Bates torccasVd the urgauua- on of provincial and munii-ipsl ranch committees for combatting ven- ial diseases. RAIE OHE.IUIC.UHE Should Nor Be Made Until Gen- eneral Application From Ail Heads Heard. ago conditions en, J'-ir.e i. icw Issued. today. It shovs that pounds of In store, H slight Increase over the previous month. C'heesa stocks amount to S.TO1.QS3 pounds, a decrease of percent; of eEgs there were doseii, be- sides not iu coW storage (other storage) and of frozen eggs. This U an iriertiise el more than 0 percent, Pork in sioci; was pounds of various kinds besides pounds beiag cured. Of all kinds, there was '4.8T percent than last Month. Beef stocks amounted to 16, "pouBte--'a.marked decrea so o1 (Continued From rtout ?asel arrled out tbe ralrosd workers have ecllceJ to operate'the trains, government deities tliat raak- cg.'a tcA'fuic "of Clpugh Jordan.-the police ajaln buarued "the train.-'lbcre his mornins. It was-again held up ytbe employees: Forces Gathering LONDONDERRY. "June- 23. today were in entire karge of most of tho city and it was ven impossible to learn the niim- er of casualties from the authorities. teports were in circulation that sev- eral bodies had been seen lying In )ishop street, hut it was yforLh one's tfe to attempt to get'to Bishop treet to verify the reports. The military remained passive, the troops atchlng bodies of armed ciea pass brovigh the side streets to their bat tie positions. Considerable 'fighting occurred -on tho walorfront, which was the, rest the ,w; isolated -from jai the police virtu ally were' besieged: -'th'at-i'a'' force of .'Sinn gathering outside the city and also that tlie Irish volunteers were about to take a hand. No more troops had arrived In donderry up to this afternoon. H wa reported, however, that an atlditloufi battalion had detrained at.Celeraluo about Ihirly miles northeast of 'thi; marching in to oscapi the danger of Us train being wrecked As many persons possible to do so aro' leaving hero'. PERIOD OF INFLATION HAS ENDED IN CANADA LONDOX, Juno 23. (Canadian Times'.finnndal editor in reviewing the Canadian banking.ex parision, says that it is clear cond .tions in Canada have much In commo witli those on this Bide. The perio of Inflation has ended and it would h unwise to anticipate a continuance, o rats ''expansion recorded in the pab few-years. l" POLO; CHALLENGE eoclatlpn In'scseidn here continued this morning. a combined sefElpb will bisheH. when. the feature addresses of the convention jwill' be delivered. Tonight the delegates hold the annual dinner at which Dr. R. B. McKrthnie .wiil deliver the presldetf- tfal 500 delegates attending the allied. 'health 'and medical' conference, NEW June The exec' tire .Polprajsociatib fc the international pclo England with the mi; KUMONTOX, June cvexy argument advanced by a'URset fcr the Edmonton. Duuregau and British ucibia railway as a pciut in favor of an increase in passenger sfnd freight acplifcd with equtil fcrce to riil- generally Ihroughout Canada, nd thai, in the hoard houlj reserve hi decision.until the irecasteil applicatioa faiiii all the ailways was before it. was the chief oini brought cut by K.C.. a sutntaiug up the for north efore the board of railway comnils iontrs afternoou. Mr. Ford pointed out that there had j een no opportunity to.go into tho by tho" railway. Hei would havj liked "tu show just what 05S was being suilniiied by Oie com-j any Ihroujh its practise of keeping' eliing stock from oilier lines longer I han necessary and thus having to: ay demurrage charges. He would ike lo arrive at some estlmaie of the oss caused by Iraln wrecks and de- railments occasioned solely, through oss caused by train wrecks and de- ailiuems occasioned EOlely throush- auity roadbeds. Chairmau suggested that Mr. Ford lake 10 days n which to submit a written comment on the statistics submitted by the rail- way. Mr. Ford thought that Hits was rather a short time in which to make such an eiamination as would ha nec- y, He added thnt thero. was no ;uaruntee that trains to tiraudc Prairie would be irjimnij by that time. The L-ommissioners, however, decided hat 10 days was linipls time and asked Mr. Ford to forward his com- ment to Ottawa. Emphasis was also laid on the fact .hat the province or someone else wuulu take over the road July 1 am) that therefore the present company could not 'apply -for rates tliat-lbey would never be able to put into'etfect. The hoard, In reserving its decision, asked Mr. Phipuen to lave a state- ment prepared ghowing how the inter- est'charges ou the "bond Issues hue been paid year by year since and' to have .this forwarded to the board by the end of the week. an Ea poultry stocks aad a decrease- .ii fUU lox-i- deiit to the Board of Conrtierco Thill! No Evidence to That Effecl Proved: DRUKV PUTS IT UP TO CHURCU TOKONTO. June for turtlier Oilly-dallyiiiS In Ihe street rai'wny siriko was today1 placed; on the shoulders of Toronto's chief execulrve, Mayor Cburfu, by I'reniier.Piury, who yesterday asked Ihe cily'ToTJapply for luten-eiiiion by Heard. "It Is up the- of .Toronto lo see that J their "Nchiief'thb gover'nincnt nor the rail- ay boitrd can take action wltboul K aiul from the city." added thej reniier." [Hull Manufacturer Got 50 Cents Pair for Socks Cancelled By Commission. OTTAWA, June 23. (Canadian paid by tho Canadian War Purchasiiig Cominla- sion for cauceltatiou of clothing oon- racts was Iho mahi.ltem before the public committeo''of Iho commons Tuesday, When A. R. McMnsler of Brorne, called alleutlon lo tho fact that firm In Hull supplied.army socks at ,n of -lo to 50 cents and received-compensation for can- cellation of contract at 50 cents a pair, W. S; Lcckie, setrotao" of'the pi-on.ised to look into it. Ou the face gf it, ho agreed that the thing needed explaining, but ho was sure there had-been some mistake IB making oiit-the report. Sir. Jackie was on tho witness stand all morning Dealing with, compensation general ly, he slated that it was less thaii-ll per cent, of tho'coniracts involved Anc' much less'than the suras allowed b; allied powers in the war. 'At oho poin: he stated ttiat prices quoted in Can ada for overstocks of army boots were ridiculously -low? and that the boots wero .traded Cauadtan traded commissioner, at sood profit.-- Valuable furniture if any disposed of from Camp Borden be- sold thrbu'glr'iiii imperial board. OTTAWA, June ?3. (Canadian the case, ot thp.wholesale tracers of Hamilton, Ontario, and else- where, a final decision handed down by the Boaixl of. Commerce- yesterday (inds that the charger of being a detri- mental combine for ther tiilns of re- saJe prices was not proved In the evi- dence, adduced before live boanl. In an-interim report _of Iho board recently, a; simitar finding- WHS made >ud the board'announced Us intention if-pursuing Us investigations ot the iperations ot wholesale grocers from oast to coast. The final decision in the caso y ulalcs-lbc-sp points, gives at-length egal reasons why tho-hearing had ailed to reveal air illegal- combine on no part of the grocers, ei- presses its regret that owing-to limi- at ions o! staff, it has'b'aeu unable" to :ontinuo its complete" investigation of he Dominion-wide conditions in Irado md points out ihat with- tho rcsigna .ion of Vtce-Chairinau. "F. O'Counor 'rbni the hoard Ibis final decision niusl made while [here is still a quoniii of the board to render it. Tho .board'points but that difforcn JBS of opinion 'on the isrlsdom of conclusions In this.matter may be re- ferred'to the supreme court "of Can and expresses its willingness to expedito any such appeal'which niaj be brought.- Report Foodstuffs in Storage Blocks :V' i Are} Away Up. b ip be held LONDON MONEY j Close: Ba'r sil- bjr gold 103s, 6d; mon4y rates: Short hills three mouths' bills 611-16 "percent. OTTAWA, (Canadian Press 1.7-Tiie quan'Ufy- or butter held invccld siorage Increased -40 percent during May.; There were 2.20S.S11 pounds m'Vstorago on June 1 last, forty percent more than the preceding month, fie .report of internal trado division 'of the Domin- ion Bureau of on cold slor- Year After Year f The same people eat and year by year thousands beconie converted to the same good custom, s Grape-Nuts is distinctive, among prepared-cereals, not only in form and flavor, but chiefly because of its surpassing food Grape-Nuts builds tissue for body and brain. this food are preserved, in easily. digested form, the concentrated nourish- ment of all the best that wheat and malted barley can provide. Trial shows a way. to better health and sturdiness. Thero is no better breaikfast food than In "There's: a Reason P-DSTUM COMPANY, Ltd., Windsor, On ROTARIANS SET ASIDE "HEALTH WEEK' IN OCT. ATLANTIC CITY, N, J.. June 23. International Association of Rotary clubs, In annual conven- tion here today, decided to make the third week in October "Rotary health week." The oil for all culinary purposes the, sweet oil from" Apricots. Taeoma Man Elevated in Rank Cily May Gel Next Convention. June GarreLson, of Tacpam, dcpnty Imper- ial potentate of was to- day eleiralcd to tlie offico of jHjtentato at ttio annuai Imperial council sea- slons of W. Free- land XcndrieVol'fhiladelphia, be- cams past potentates Nominations .for tljo office of outer-guard, .the lowest In rank in ,'he Imperial division, were to be .rmado later today. Supreme hon- ors of Shrlncjom are obtained by pro- gression and, the. only contest la for the iKice of outer-guard. No contest1 appears develop ed for tlis 'next nomination city arie H ivas said that an Invitation to meet City may, bo; Saii Francisco Is campaigning -for the 1921 convention. OWNERSHIP OF ALAND .ISLANDS, COimiOVERS} June I-dndon Times announces that it has reason ti believe that negotiation's have been addressed lo the Swedish and Finnisj governments on the alllei and asfociateil powers'to the clfcc thai Sweden and Finland should rele the question of sovereignty of the -AI and Islands to the L.cagu6 of Nations Swollen desires a plebiscite in Hi Aland Islands, which are situated 1 the Baltic botwf en Finland Hwe den, claiming (be majority of Ihe pop latlon la of Swedish origin. Finlan rt-erer, is holtling pnt-agaiust separ alton of tho Archipelago from Finlan on .tho grountl thai. .they.-aro inor nearly connccletl wilh the, .J'in mainland ami are definitely (lividcv from Sweden. WIL30N ASKS EARLY WAOE AWAR -WASII1NOTON-, June Wilson message loday railway labor board at Chicago, urgln Ihat it make an Initncdlato. award tlie wage controversy. The lest of tl message was not tuado public at th While House. N. Y. FUNDS- NEW YORK, Juno S3.r-gtcrling t cliango was heavy tcday, deman iTii; cables }3.S3, Canadian do lars S7.02. WHEAT IN HEAD AT BRANDON DHAN'OON. Man., June Sovonty acres of wheat In the head may lo farm of II. Palfmore, soulh of The sUilks are about 2] Inches long nnd there is pro- mtao of a heavy yield as the plants nro well stoolcd out. The wheat is of tiie Quhiinka yarlcly and W.IH sown Afiril CO.. SDUENJS LANDS Wena, Cysts, Soft Bundles Re- ductd by "ABaORSINE "ABSORBIME JR." is s'vegelable' ;ermidde aad antUrptic liniment. It s opposed to unnatural ;rowths- Enlarged weiis, cysts, soft bunches- are unnatural renditions that "ABSORBINE JR." Vii I miterially b'eneSt. A pcomineht phvsician writMt "I ave used ABSORBIiNE JR. 'on stiff and Docs he iroit 'nicely! and '--i' cKeetfully ecommend it.1' "ABSORBINE jlSuld be in- :veiy.- home" in case leala; cuts, sp.rains, attains and psin and.rfduce; inflaranation. UlLAV'AY. SHOpilEN CONSIDER WAGE ISSUE .WINNIPEG. railway- shopmen and irnien o! division No. i will'be held Winnipeg for discuisiou of the wajo chedule now being negotiated by tho Railroad :Boa'rd eal. The division'-constitutes the aad embraces r'- Keturns Trom'lhe various vot- ig oil the iidvIsabiHtV of'holdiuS (he onven I i oil s ulf i cicut to empbwijr ho executive to call the convention at ny time in.caso emergency; it was nid today; be'ileve'd, however hut the- sessions will bo held until ho usual liino in Xovenibur. tUrttlln'e Oil a Antlieptle During influenza epidemics spriy nose and throat several times day "iwith one 'part ..Wizard Oil.and two parts water, using an'.atoinizcr. If you haven't an atomizer, gargle the throat aad s huff the mixture ifp This treatment "sets lip aii antiseptic wall of defense against "Flu" germs. Chest- colds "an'd throat lead to grip. Stop thsm at once with j Wizard Oil before they can develop into dangerous influenza. Get it from druggists for 30c. If; aot satisKed, rstum the battle fet your money back. Ever constipated or have sick Head- tchef Just try Wizard Liver pleasant little piliK pills. JOc at druf- Girls S With Guiiciira infln -another day flIUJ log, or 1'rolrud- surgtcal oper. Dr. Cbue'J ffintmeat will nUarftyoti at onct afford listtn; a boxralJ dealers, or loronto. Box fit? It you uienUonlbla iftd eoclose 2e. stamp lo pay postage, r ,-TORQMTO i. In Ceritreof Snopbipn and Business District." __ atooctiooooaBooasotiaca ooiS An Old Fashioned Dish. They've frankly old in vrslyle of .cooking: The sve re-i as youngsters A flavor of catsup is addgd-.to' give them zest. We put this in be- cause we always want'f 1110. I liave taken aboilt ten boxes, nnt] am almost cured of tlione terrible spoils. 1 sincerely feel that your modi cirie lias proved a hleislng fo me, ani! I advise any one Irouliled with llioir heatt to try them, as I am confident WAGSTAFFEIS Real Seville Orange Marmalade All Orange, end Nti camouflage, BttltJ tcllh cafe In Sitccf Pant, they will find relief." Heart and Nerve Pills are 60e n bo.T at all dealers or mailed rlirfccl on receipt of price by Ttio T. Co., Totonlq Week-End Train Calgary to Banff Every 26 to August 28, R.etuvniri'g( 27 to 2.45p.m. L'v............... Calgary .Ar 9.55 p.m. p.m. Ar.......'.......... Banff .................Lv p.m. FOR FARES AND FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO: ;