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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .SATURDAY, MAHCH o, Uiiuiimil. I'AUB OTTAWA, Mirdi b, U. liunu, and he uHwl. thai could tn jresUleut ol the Canadian Nalluuul swer the forvbodlms cries in Can spcuklng lu the Canadian that was disaster ahead. Clu. prodlcloil that before loos' H ib very la dispose of the Ua- I'uudiian xoverumeul railways' lUd States for (hero Is no would. ie cm a basis anil vroli- between the conditions exlit- vnuld be velclmeil. abilities vtro the returns would In at that limn in the United States yiais. in ;i great measure, help I and government control in Canada. Lo. iiay Canudn's war detit. Ho staled' In Canada ..toe affair was nou-pol liiere could be- uo comparison between' itlcal and the board of managers were the earning, capacity ot the. Canadian business Oa the ono side there .Natiouul llullniiys and the government no competition aj-1 in Canada Mouoiwly of railways thai Misted diir-, there would always Ix: lug the past two years. The treat thing Canada had to. guard against was political Interference, of which, up to ttu> present, there Kid beeu no sign. incidentally, he insisted that It Mr. had cny ability as a railway i man. he h'ml not shown IHuihia ad-' niiul.itralton of Unltod States i the poa'lllon of the two conn- trlca were not In any way yarallel, Mother's-.ConsktH and She cannot afrord to'be'sicfl and neglect Ivtr hputttlpM duties.. At first terns' She pffpruii for quick icccveiy by immediate ust of pi pitpiralion of suny-; -cars standing. Government Stallion "AOLESS" PAPERS AGAIN TODAY IN WINiNIVEG pa- WINNIPEG, jera iisued "ad-leas" edltlaus todajr. The ilani'oba tVco Press wye: r "tatest advices from Ottawa indi- cata that the olturta of the Winnipeg pilbl [shore to secure a peruipiient and aiaplo v of newsprint are finally etUiK wilh Bunder new arrangement which Is, HOY? helnj Corked out, the bulk uf supplies for Winnipeg dallies v.plll come from an Kasloru Canadian nlll and a itum- of cars are already reported as being on tho way. "No Eliipmeuis have been received front Fort IVancoi for several days, and la order to bridge the period nrhlch must elapse before tho arrival of eastern shipments, the Free Ic v'omaon with other Winnipeg newspapers, is obliged to pub. Heh a curtailed edition vertising." devoid of ad- Peace Terms Stiffen as News of' Cilician Murders Are .Coafirmei "ke-i lihooil that Cilfelan may! cost Turkey, mjtch; of. what'the j' of peace ;.VoidiS 'bthenrise'rhnTU left her, expressions beard in ht. whers al- liolsnil foreign minister coutluua lo discuss'the It is ballefed things, the proposed postern boundary from on Set, lo Mldia, on the lilack Sea, may be abandoned and the line may farther ml. This would limit DOB- sessions in Europe to the narrow pen- north of the Sea of Marmora. France and Great Britain are credit- ed with being in agreement in'this respect but there la less certainty ex- PREMIER NORKtS IS SOME AVCTIONEKK; HI5 SOLD 270 ANLMALS BRAXOOX, Ma.n., March (By Canadiau hundred ami were, auid by Premier NorriB In the winter fair arena at the seven ealo of fat cattle, which began Thurs- Comes Out Public Platform Arid Makes Serious Allegat- Declares Hearst Papers Dishonest, H.vpocrit- ieml." NEW fORK, March Smith, In a speech delivered hero day night and finished early (Ills ing. The record price of fl.31 night, re-opened the campaign which was waccd against William Randolph] a Hearst by many prominent down to for live accused f div- and then the great winter fair (or 1920 passes into a parade of all prize winners; President and Director of Rotke- Wler Foundation in Win- About Medical Work WINNll'EH, March George K. Vincent, Ph. D., president of the' Ilocltefeller Foundation, and Dr. Rich- J. 15. Musselman Hlamcs Decis- ard .M. Pearce, directortof the division of rnedlfal education, arc in'Winnlpeg today In connccllou with the gift of which was donated by John D. Hockefcllcf to the cause of medical e-flucation In Canada. This visit, is a preliminary to deciding what share of the money, If any. will be allotted to Manitoba. Confnrences with the members of the medical school, the authorities of the University, pressed as to Italy's attitude, and the) provincial officials and other citizens matter is yet to he definitely settled.! interested in the development of niedl -Parties wishing to breed mares to rtlic .Clydesdale stallion, purchased by the Alberta Dcpauiucml or Agricul- ture. "Craigie' Masterpiece" Dip season, of 1920, .implicationi ilo -S.. Ui '.Carlyle. Uvs )dc Commissioner, Department of( Agriculture, Edmonton, giving namo! number of mares. A fee of ?25 will be payable al lime ot sc'.-vlce. nnd'a further fee to be Hied liy Clydesdale .Commltteo the Live Stock Commissioner, will be pay- able when, mare proves in foal. Tli2 location of in'tho pro; mil tee, and arrangVinenta will_he njadV Ihci (he .servlcu Tcos cturo crtver the1 freight so as to equality irosi. to uarties residing in different] of the. province. Further partic-! ulnrs will pnbllDhed shortly, b'utt pr.rtris, .desiring to breed mares' should citke npnjicntion'at once. The] stallion will likely be ready lo the seoaon about Jlay 1st. The Com-' mime ami Mvo Slock Commissioner: reserve the right to revise tho list ot npiillcatlons and nuike such rules and. regulations na may ha dcemeil iiccos-' cary rcEBrdin'e (he services ot lliia, stallion. s. G. Stack Commissioner'. Another effect of Cilicfan bnlrage to be- unanimous sentiment amon; members ot the foreign minis- i ters' council toward totally depriving Turkey of an army and permuting'her to maintain only a force of gendarmes. This scheiho, .which has beet1 dis- cussed forborne time, .seemed recent- ly to dboined'-.lo abandonment, but it is how said to be the most prob- able solution of the question. Toronto dotecllves are out for shorter liours. It is underfoot! thai they want si' straight eight-hour day as the uniformed members of the po- lice force arc noiv getting. Appear At Yonr Lutantly If you receive ulleroran in. Station >cra can feel ccn- ilicnt bf at bwt. In but a few ts H tenders lo your fully pure, soft conipkxkm IO comparison. cine and public health, wiii be held. President H. M. Tory, of the Uni- versity of Alberta, Is In the city and will confer with the representatives of tho foundation with respect to the present status and the future plans of the medical department of .the Uni- versity of Alberta. PROSPECTOR DIES OF SCURVY QUEBEC, -March with scurvj- with a parly of explorers and., in the wilds of ti.ny.'SBUI Merrier, 2ti years, single, of St. Gregoirc. county of Montmorency, was first Biyen what primitive aid n tribo. of bunting In- diaps.could imagine to-relieve hinr, theji' driijn of suow. cpyere'd jtildenfess on 'a SjnYl taken to-St. Felician. Lake St. .lohn rliclrict, whence he came io Qucbeo'by train. Ho was given all kinds of treatment since he hero on Monday died last night. SEND WRITTEN OBJECTIONS MOXTKBAL, March deputy. I tion will bo .sent from Hie board of Irado (o lire Armstrong bill I with the provision (hat toils and tar- itfs fc.r water carriers within Canada should he placed under Iho control of the board of railway commissioners'. The board of Irado will content them- selves by sendln'ij in written objec- tions. Tho bill was given first read- ing in parliament yesterday. ion (o Enier Provincial Politics on Gov- ernment. Clogged-tp Liver Causes Headache It's foolish to suffer from ecu tick hezdache bilioinm-a. indigestion, and Via- dred when Carter's Lltt will end misery in a few hours. Purely Yege- table. Act ________, gently on liver and bcwels. SwrJI Dwc-Swll Prtcc CABTEm-SnUW MILS, Nature's real nerve and blood tonic for THE NEW YALE CAFE OPENS TUESDAY NEXT, (THE 9TH) Hie management of this new cafe have instal- led modern equipment and are able to give the public an up-to-date service in every detail. The food will be well prepared, nicely served and will please the most particular. No matter whal you desire you will get a substantial and an ap- petizing meal at popular prices. The manager invites the public to visit the cafe and get acquainted with the service. FREE AFTERNOON TEA An liiYflftlfon is extended to tlio puhHc lo CAll on TMes- day. and Thnraday, opening days, from lo when nflornonn lea will t.o act-red without charge. The Yal Ott Block 212 Fifth St, S. LIFT OFF CORNS' WITH FINGERS hurt a bit ami only cents costs Apply (i few drops llion I Ut toiichy rorns right oft. Xopain. Yea, REGINA. SatW., Marcli long as the members of tiie legis- lature of Saskatchewan and tiie government itself adapt themsel- ves to this low order and assist in establishing it on a sound and warthy basis, there ought to be not the slightest antagonism be- tween those who arc determined to establish a new and different kind of election organization and those who hold political office In the declared J. B. Mus- selman. general secretary and managing-director of the Saskat- chewan Grain, Growers' Associa- tion, this afternoon, during the course of an.address before the Regina location .building a prov- incial political, platform. The speaker held the provincial, 1 government'Hs-elMarRely ibie for of the grain growers to enter the pro- r vlncial politicai-. f1eldfj denied that there any collus- jon ttfe exectiiive ard'ftic cfovervnviffr, and outllneo the steps'that to the de- cisTon of growtrs at the. Saskatoon convention to formu- late 3 provincial platform. SuQQCGted Planks ;PlAiiks already in sight hi Ihe a sotHfitloti are the followiti according1 to Mr. of provincial from fetl- crnl election issues. nf purly vatronai nomiiMitini? convcn- Jons of u non-clnRn pritor. of sources of exneu; litiiTO of election funds. referendum uml recall, ronreseiUalion. stnndiirtl as ns ago limit in sclionl nUendance. of child- ren .resident in school ilislricts re- gnrdluss of diKliincR. Caro of mental defectives in inilustrial special com-j inlttea had been Invesltsatlng unreal, j Bolshevism and- anarchy. he declared, "that commttteo has not yet Marled Invest of these news- papers which have-done more to create such unrest than any other agency." WHITE STAR PO RT L AN ALl LIVERPOOL From Portland From Halifax Canada......Apr 18 White Star Line NEW Baltic ....MarlS Ccdrit ....AprlO Haltlc Celtic ,...Mnyl5 Baltic ....----................May22 NEW Adriatic Mar 2l> i-aptaud .Apr 3 Apply any Railway or S. S. Agent, or Comiany'8 Office. 2SI; Ma'.n 3L, Winnipeg. W. Pi ROLAND GETS DISTRICT COURT JOB OTTAWA, March appoint- ment Is gazetted of .William Roland Winter, district court judge, Calgary, Alta., to be'a local judge of the sup- reme court of Alberta. Judge Winter was formerly District Court judge In Lothbrldge. Skin Troubles Soothed With Guticnra Keep it knows no equat in relieving pains and aches. NOTICE-TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS LINIMENT lias been 3S yours. Today, H is more popular Ihau over. Thcro answer H produces LOAN'S sold for bo results. without rubbing. It lo the afflicted parl, bringing relief from rheumatic twinges, tn tho Estate of MIKV; lalo of this City of In the Province ot Aibcrta, Fanner, deceas- ed. V Xbticc ia herebj- given thai sotiS-having claiinMUiion ILe e-st'qto'Oi .Iho above named Riaako', ivho died on or Rhunt the 15th day, of vemhur, ]919, are rerjnired to file with tho undersigned Annie Furgo, the Art- ministralriz herein or her Solicitor byahp' 13th daj; of .April, 192L1, a full sthtcinciH, tinly verifletl, of.: JhoirI claims nnd nf iiccnritipK Ijold by them, mul that after tint date- tliti -Aii- miiiisti-Litrix will disiribuie ihpinr.sets of Ihe deceased among tho parties en- titled lli.erelo, having rosurd only to the cluimH of whicli notice C.P.R, Sailings ST. JOHN, N.B., LIVERPOOL Mar. 12..........Scandinavian Mar. 13 of France Mar. 18............ 22'............ Metajama Mar. 26 ...___....... Gorftlcan Apl. 3 Mellta Apl. 10 Emprecs of France Apl. 23............. Mlnnedota Apl. 24............. MeUgatna ST.'JOHN, N.B., TO GLASGOW Msr. 11 Pntorlan Mar. 30...............Sicilian Apl. 19 Prctortan QUEBEC TO LIVERPOOL May t4......Empress of France May 22 Prlnr Freldrlch Wilhetm Jun 11 Empresi of France jun 25 Prinz Freldrlch Wilhelm July 9......Empress of France July 31 Prini Freldrich Wllhelm MONTREAL TO LIVERPOOL May 8...... May 15..... May 29 June 5...... June 12___ 19 July 3 July 10..... July 17 July 24 Corelcan ............Melita ........MeUgama .........Corsican Melita Minnedosa rj lean Melita application Jonmi (Pasar.ort Ccvll or writa for full informa- tion, C. P. It. Ticket Qttlat, JAS. GORDON Depot Ticket Agent PHONE 512 Tickets issued on all other At- lantic llcei. CUNARD m RUCHQR "Ancflbr-Donaldsbn PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW Vasari----Mch 11 Cannania Apl f, Caroiiia ...Apl 17 K.A. Vic. ..May S Caronia ...May22 K.A. Vic. Juno 12 NEW AND SOUTHAMPTON Mtiurctauia................. Mauretania Imperator' tica. sore, stiff, strained muscles, lame filci1 or-which huve been broiiglit lo back, and other exterior pains anill'ts knowledso. UATKI) this 23rd day ot >20. ANN1K FARGO, sprains and the resull ot exjipsuro. It leaves no slain, 'clogged pores. Gel a largo bottle for greater econ- omy. Koop it handy for uso when needed. Your druggist has it. Three 35c, 70e, }l.4Q. (Murte in Can- ada.) A fnw cc-nia biiyn ,1 hnttln of tho tnagio at any store. Apply a few drops of t'reexonc utwn u lender, aching corn or it callus, lu- Rtnnlly that rorn or cal- lus r.lcips hurting, then .shortly you lift it out, root and all, without any ps.'n, soreness or Irrflallon. Thesn lillh hot- of Frec-rotio to rid tho feet of every bard corn, soft corn, corn bolwrtn Iho and (lie calluses on bottom of feet. Ho naay! Ho simple. Why wait? No hum f< bug! -Advertiseniciii, Declares He lias Been Misquot- ed in Interviews About Ireland .March Associat- ed third lias been ten- tatlvoty fixed as Iho dale of departure of Sir Auckland ticddcs, Iho new I.lri- tish ambassador to Ihe Unilcd States, for New York. Kir Auckland told Iho Associated Proas that lin bud been nilerinnlcil in what jiurportcil (r) be inlcrvlcws villli him appearing In Now York news- papers, In which was declared ho had characterized iho Sinn Fein move- ment as "practically a religious scheme designed to secure power for tbe Iloman Catholic church." Sir Auckland declnroil: "In the first place, 1 havo granted interview since my appointment lo tho Washington post. What 1 was qnolcd as saying must have been foundr-d on, my conversation ot lasi. Tuesday, In which I employed the platitude that Stun Fclnlsm is an In- tensely nnlirraal movement. 1 HAVO alw.-iyfi bdliercd the Irish nucsllon moro political ihati rclfglous. I think my rtiJGTled opllrnUin over the new home biil Is understandable, since 1 participated in Us .framing.'1 .Tho nmb.issailor said WK pspouflnl of A world loan tn Germany was merely a reiteration of his con- viction that inic of Iho world's first duties was to help to her She liad a lovely time, how her feet ached and burned, when she got home, She knew what to use When she rubbed tier feet with it Ihe ache and throb left and they felt perfectly well next morning. "rttlej' Aer tired ftet Mentholctum is a gentle healer for other "little ilia" toe cuts, burns, colds, etc. Ulllc Wi" ..Mcli20 .April 17 ..Hay 1 Maufelnnia. 1'inperalor May NEW PLVMOUTH via Havre and Southampton Kyi George AplH Kyi George Jun 2'i HEW via Movlile I Columbia .Mch n .Coli.nbia .AyllT Columbta .May 22 Columbia .July 3 A'lborla, HEW AND JOHN VASELBN'AK, HAMBURG Solicitor for (lie said AdminWlralrix Saxonia.----...................Apl A. J'., J.D.C. Ad il i NEW GREECE I'awionia................. Ryl Gforgo Mch 'J Hyl '.Gs.orsB May 13 IN SURROGATE COURT OF THE JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF MOOSE JAW In tho Matter of the Kslotc of ojnoni; Sing, lif.e of thti 'i'own of I.eth- hriilgc, lu the I'rovince ot Alberts, deceased. XOT1CK TO CHEDI'l'OBS to iho provisions of.'Itule 23 ot the Surrogate Court Rules, all creditors of the said deceased ami j others nrn.'recinlrcd lo send- for tho iiudcrftigned Admin-; Istrator, claims agulnut the Bald estate i liiEclhor with a slateraont .ot his'sccu-! ritlCB, if any, held by (hnm duly veri- j tied on oath, on or hetoro the is'th day March, A.D. 1'JZO and the said Atl-j mlnistrntor may, at the exuiralfon ot', tho said tlmo, dislrihuto the tissrVs of Ihe. intostato or any part thereof. nranngjt Ihn parties entitled having regard lo Ihe clairnt; nf.which suuh Administrator hus Ihon notices. I Dated at Moose ,faw, SasUatc'ncwaii, thia 23rd dny of, Kc-hrnnry, A.D. 01UYBOX, HMKRSON, McT.ACOAHT, Murwti .law, Siifk. Sollcllors for tho Esfwnlora and Art- nilnlstralors Trust Company, Limit- ed, Administrator rjf tho of the said Ad 1! I'asHaiulin .....Apl 'j GLASGOW Haturnia .May 1 Sainrnia .June 5 Cassandra Drafts, Money and Cablo RomlUandes. For full lnfornir.tlon snply to aor U. and S. S. cgcnts. or to Com nauy'e Office, SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main St.. WlnniDCo eet, which sentiment he has frequent- When ordering goods by inal i iprMbliv Doiulnlon Sxpress Money II send Order. From West St. John, N.B., To] MARCH 11. .Prctorlan 12, .Scandinavian 13..Klnp. France pot-I 18. .Liverpool ......i.ivcrpnol SO. ..Scoilan ........AiUwftrp 31..Hlcllian ........Glasgow s.S. or Rittw or PACiflC EAH SERVICES T' The entire stock of THE A. MITCHELL NURSERY COMPANY, OF COALOAt-E, will bo sold out this spring re- nf cofil niitl will be sold for far less tlinn It cost to.ralKa them. 1 liave uudcrtskon to (he entire slutik tills and this will hf! llio Last Opportunity to secure strictly home orown reliablo Nureery Stock. To tho30 can tho IrecH tllrccL from the Nursery thoiiv-iolvrs at tlic tiuio of dlg- King nixtromely Jor; prices will be given, as nil cost of, jiacking nnrl shipping ivill bo avoided. This is nil oppurtunlty to securo the most hardy nursery stock it is ptostblo to grow at surpris- ingly low prices. Do Not Buy Imported Nursery Stock v.'hen you rnmn right lo Niirr.cry and secure them at practically your own nrlcc. f'rice Kflls will he given upon aprlic.ition. Address nil enquir- ies Frank Knapp COALDALE, ALBERTAv ;