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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. MAHCH lllli l.fcl lllJIUl "ADLESS" PAl'ERS AGAIN TODAY IN WINNIPEG OTTAWA, March B. Hanna, he added. that he could an- president ot tho Canadian National swer the foreboding and cries In Can- Itallivavs, speaking to tbo Canadian ads that thera was disaster ahead. predicted that before long ft Is very euy (x. dispose ot the Un- r.iri LWiian government railways i lied States bugaboo, for (hero is no would be un a iwying basis and prob-': Varallol. between the conditions exist abilities wero the returns would In a Ung at tlut tiuie in the United Status few vears. In ;i great measure, help and government control In Canada. JliaV Canada's war debt. Ho stated I In Canada.Ihe affair was non-uol iWcbold be no comparison between' meal andjhe the earning, capacity ol the Canadian National Italia ays aud the government muuouolv of railways lhat wisted dur- j there would always competition lug the "past two years. The treat would be welclmei. Itiliig Canada had to guard against was political interference, of which, up to present, there had been no sign. Incidentally, he insisted that it Mr. had tny ability as a rallwayi ho had not shown It 4u his ad-'-. miul.iliaiion of 'tiio. United Ittej.' The position of the two conn: trlea weso not In any way Terms Stiffen as News o CilkUn Murders Are Comfirmed "WINNIPEG, March pa- per: Usued "ad-less" editions again oday. The Manitoba fteo Press lye: advlcw frpin Ottawa indi- its that the efforts of the Winnipeg nbllshera to secure a permanent aud mple supply ot newsprint are finally iiootlnjf with success. Under now ..rrangemont which is, being Corked out, the bulk of supplies fo- he Winnipeg tallies will como from n Eastern Canadian mill and a tinni- er ot cars are already reported as ou the way. "No shipments havo been received :rom Fort for several days, aud In order to bridge the yariod which must before the arrival of eastern shipnicnli. the Free Press, comsum with other Winnipeg newspapers, is again obliged to pub- .tab a curtailed edition devoid ot ad- vertising." R OF WORK Clogged-Up Liver Causes Headache Comes Out Public Platform Arid Makes Serious Alkgal-j Declares Hearst Papers! "Uafalr, Dishonest, Hypocrit- ieml." NEW YORK, March Smlitl 3 speech delivered here last re.oyened the campaign which, March .is like- lihood that lhe..CillvIan maMacre may cost Turkox.mijch ot.what the.trusty of" peace; irpiili 'oiharwlse1' hivro lelt her, accordingXo eiproaslons heard in innerr'Clrclos: tit where foreign ministers continue to discuss'the TurkishVijuestlon. It is hBllered among "piher Ihlnus, the proposed woatem boundary from Etios, an the Aegean Sea, to Mldia, ?n Hie may he abandoned and the line mar iw drayn farther east. Thia would limit Tu'rWsh pos- sessions In Europe to thevnsrrow pen- insula north of the Sea of Marmora. Trance and Great'Brilaln are credit- ed with being in agreement in'this rospcct hut there is less certainty President and Director of Rocke- feller Foundation in Win- nipeg About Medical Work March Dr. George K. Vincent, 1'h. D., president of tho] pocSefeller Foundation, and Dr. Rich- ard M. 1'earce, the division ot medical education, lira In'Wlnnlpeg today in connection with tho gift of which was donated hy John D. Rockefeller to the cause of medical eJucatlon In Canada. This visit is a preliminary to deciding what share of the Mionoy, If any, will be allotted to Manltoha. Conferences with the members of the medical school, tho authorities of the Manitoba University, PREMIER NOKKIS IS SOLD 270 ANIMALS BRANDON', Man., March 'anadian hundred aud sovoa aniulajs wert sold by Premier Norris In the fair arena at the ealo of fat caltle, whUh began Thurs- day night finished early this morn-i against Wlllla'm Randolph ing. The record price of J1.31 a mliny prominent citizens pound was paid for cue animal, war. The governor, in a. two, others brought OP cents a attack, accused Hearst of dlv- dowu to Ho fijr, live The ertlng his own use almost ROOT average price, was, a bout n 1-! rente. Of ,ny food which, ha said, was This afternoon, the championships to the. poor of New in breed classes, are to be awarded, yorfc City. 'And I want lo see some real news- paper ask him tomorrow whether he paid for said the governor, accord Ing to reports printed In the morning papers The governor hai_bills before tie stale assembly providing for muni- cipal ownership, minimum wages, milk supply regulation and other reforms, but has been unable to get action on them. Speaking in regard to this leg islallon, he is quoting as having said: "Where IB Hemt? Where Is this champion of'the poor, this defender ot tho downtrodden? ile Is all ot Ilia when It suits his own political pur- poses and at no other time. This mil- lionaire ranch-owner from California' took fl.OM worth of army food that akx headache biliotaaests and then the great winter fair for 1920 losses Inlo history -wllh a parade of all prize Government Giyde Stallion pressed as to Italy's altitude, and tho! provincial officials and other citizens matter is yet to be definitely settled, interested in tho development of medi- Another effect of Ura Cilician bulrage la said to be unanimous sentiment among members of the foreign minis- ters' council toward totally depriving Turkev of an army and permitting lior Parties wishing to breed marcs lot (Q onrr tt (Orca ot gendarmes. :the .Clj-desdnle. stallion, purchx'-ed by the Alberta Dsrj'artiriant of ls which has buen dis- turc. "Craigie Masterpiece" JjiSST. 'during the season will make iippllcitlon Ho' IJve Stock Commissioner, Dopartment ol Agriculture, Edmonton, giving nuino. and'registration numbci- ot mares. A fen of will lie payable at time ot' service, and'a further fee to be fixed by tlie Clydesdalo .Commllteo and fjive Stock Commissioner, will he pay- ch'.o when .mare proves in Tli5 location in' Iho pro1 ;-f vincc wmijilso ,lhis cornel mittcc, aiid will'.he tliot tha Inioverj' casoj will five r the freight so US' to "eqnallzii'l io parties reEiiling in differonl pari.s of tlie province, partyc-l nlars will be publlched shortly, bijt! parties ,desiring to breed mares' should'make application at once. will likely he rcp.dy to tin; season about May 1st. The Com-; niittee anil hlvu Stock Comniloaioneri reserve the right to revise tlie list of applications and make such rtiies and. regulations as may ha dcctuod neces-i tury-regarding the services of this slallion. S. G, CARI.YI.Ei, Stock Commissioner. _____..______ .time. .Eeemetl reccnl- ly to b0 dopmed'.to abandonment, but it is'how. said to b'a the most prob- ahle solution of tbo nueslion. Toronto shorter hours..It Is they want a clrkight as Ilia uniformed members of the po- llco forco aro now getting. J. Ii. Musselman lilamcs Decis- ion to Enter Provincial Politics on Gov- ernment cine and public health, will he held. President H. M. Tory, of the-. Uni- versity of Alberta, is In the city and will confer with the representatives! of the foundation with respect to the I present status and the futuYo plans j of the medical department of Ihc Unl-1 versitv of Alberla. lltd. Lttcr all misery in few hours. Purely rege- table. Act ________ gently on h'rer and bowels. m-SwB tUttf-Smtn Prtee M CUTZK'SnumnUS.Nature'a great and blood tonic for Rkcvutt and tt .WHITE STAR LIVERPOOL Frorri Portland From Halifax Canada......Apr 17...........Apr 18 White Star Line NEW Raltic ....Maria Cedric ....AvrlO ttMla ___AprJV Celtic ....May 15 Baltic ........................May2i NEW Adriatic ...Mir20 Uipland ...Apr 3 Apply any Railway or S. B. Agent, or Company's Office, 2S1 Main SU, Winnipeg. PROSPECTOR DIES OF SCURVY QUEBEC. March will Appear At Your If you rctche a sodden catteroran uncipetted in- viUtkm you caa feel ccn- nient ol appearing I at yocr Hat. In but a monwnts It renders to your (kin a wonderfully pure. toft complex Fon that it 'ood comparison.' G o LI r aij d's Oriental Cream of Montmorency, was flrat given what primitive Bid n tribp of limiting In- dians .could imagine, relieve hinii thejri' driven .of suow- coyered wilderness on" a" dog sled Kml liken tn-St. Feliciaii. lake St. John dlRtricl, wlience he camo to Quebec'by train. Ho v.-as given ul: kinds of treatment since he arrived here oil I Monday died last [light. I ''SEND WRITTEN OBJECTIONS JIO.VTIIBAU Morcll (lonutil- tion will bo sent from tlio buiird trado (o oppose Ilia Avmslrong. bill the provision Hint lolis and tar- j iifs tor water c-arriers within Caimdn sliould he placed under Hie control of the hoard of railway commissioners'. The hoard of trade will content them- selves by sending in written objec- tions. Tho bill given first vead: ing In parliament yesterday. THE NEW YALE CAFE OPENS TUESDAY NEXT, (THE 9TH) The 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 wilt be well prepared, nicely served and will please the most particular. No matter what 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 invitation ia extended to tho puhllc lo call on Tues- day. Wednesday and Thurailay, opening ilayn, from 2.30 to when nllernoon tea will lio served without charge. UFT OFF CORNS' WITH FINGERS Doesn't hurt ft bit and only few cents costs The Yal REG1NA, Sitk, March long as the mtmbers ol the legis- lature of Saskatchewan and the government itself adapt themsel- ves to this low order and assist In establishing it on a sound and worthy basis, there ouoht to be not the slightest antagonism be- tween those who are determined to establish a new and different kind of election organization and those vyho In the declared J. B. Mus- selman., general secretary and manaEjThg-direc.tbr_ of the Saskat- chewan Grain, Growers' Associa- tion, this afternoon, during the course of an. address before the Regina iooUon .building .a prov- incial politjcai platform. _ The the provincial. Ible for of the grain growers to enter the pro- vincial political-, denied that there had- evejjjexlste'd any collui- ion betwein tijt cjijitral execuilve and outlined the stepi thafc'lMTup to the de- cision of the.'e'ralri growers at the Saskatoon convention to formu- tate a provincial platform. Planks -Planks already in sight in the as solution -platlorro .ire the following according lo Mr. Mussolrunn: of provincial from fed oral election issues. 'parly patronage. nominating conven- ons of u non-class order. II call on of sources ot esneu turo of election referendum and recall, Compulsory standard as well as go limit In school attendance. attendance of child- on .resident in school districts re- iirtllcss of distance. Cure of mental dcfucLives in nclustrial colonies (b) Issue of mar- ago licenses only upon presentation I certiticalo of menial anti physical Iness; fc) A .survey of mental and hysical health. to municipalities of n irger proportion of motor license, era. abolition of intoxicating iquor as a beverage.. was sent nere to relieve the distress of the poor and sent It lo his own home. I wonld like one of the real newspapers tomorrow to ask Mm whether he paid for It or not." Governor Smllh declared the Heart newspapers were "unfair, nnfulthfvil, dishonest am! hypocritical." He pointed out that a special conH mttlco had been Inveslisallng unrest. Bolshevism and-anarchy. he declared, "lhal committee has not yet started Investigation, of these news- papers which havtilone more to crealc such unrest than any other agency." W. R! ROLAND GETS DIST'RICT COURT JOB OTTAWA, March appoint- ment is gazetted ot .William Rotund Winter, district court judge, Calgary, Alia., to be'a local judge of the sup- reme court o! Alberla. j Judge Winter was formerly District Court judge in I.cthbrWcc. Skin 1 roubles Soothed With Guttciira jt.Tildwa. Xt Meh. J C.P.R. Sailings STi JOHN, N.8., LIVERPOOL Mar. 12..........Scandinavian. Mar. 13 Empresi of France Mar. 18 Mar. 22 MeUjania Msr. ___...'....... Conlcsn Apl. 3 Melita Apl. 10 of France Apl. 23............. Mlnnedoaa Apl. 24............. Metagama ST.'JOHN, N.B., TO GLASGOW Msr. 11 Pretorian Mar. 30...............Sicilian Apl. 19 PretorUn OUEBEC TO LIVERPOOL May 14......Empress of France May 2Z Prlnr Freldrlch Wllhelrn Jun 11 Empresi of France Jun 25 Prinz Freldrich Wllhclm July 9......Empress of France July 31 Prln: Freidrich Wllhelm MONTREAL TO LIVERPOOL Corclcan May 15..... May 29 ____ June 5...... June 12 ___ June 19 July 3 July 10..... July 17..... July 24 (Pasaport application supplied.) Cnlt or write for full Informa- tion, C. P. R. Ticket V JAS. GORDON' Depot Ticket Agent PHONE 812 Tickets issued on all otber At- laiillc llnet. Melita Mlnnedoaa1 Metagama ..........Corslcan Melita Minnedota Corslcan Melita fonms NOTICE'TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS Keep it knows no equal in relieving pains and aches. LOAN'S lilNUlENT lies been 3S yours. Today, il is popular than over. Tliora SLOAN'S sold foi mure r fou'll laugh', a few drops then lift so conchy corns right off. No pain. Yen, megic! can bo but onci produces results. In tho 'Estate of MIKE PL.ASKO, late of the City ot LothltrHKe, In (he Province of Albprln, Farmer, deceas- ed. N'bticc la. hereby given Unit al.ljpcr- sonS'vhaving claimfeJiipon Ibo osfatc ol .tho above named Alike Blaako, who died ou or about the 15th day. of Xn- vember, are required to file with tho undersigned Annie Kami, the Ad- herein or her Solicitor by.the' 13th day of April, 192C.'a fu stiitement, duly verified, CUNARD WCHQR flncHor'Donaldsofl PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW Vosari___Men 11 Cannania .Apl r, Caron hi-...A 1C. A. Vic. ..May S Caronia. ...May 22 K.A. Vic. June I'd NEW AND SOUTHAMPTON Jlch 20 .Mnuretania 17 .'Slay 1 claims and of any securities hold by them, and that atlcr that duto the 'Ad- ministratrix will distribute ,-ithnni rnWilriB It ripne- of the deceased among the parties en- iraVcf to Iho aft icled nar't IriS- MM "avinS "rheuSo notice ha, Maw ticn. soro, stiff, strained muscles, lame hack, and other exterior pains nnd sprains and Ihe result of exposure. H leaves no stain, clogged Get a largo liollle for greater econ- omy. Koop il haudy for uso when needed. Your druggist has it. Three 70c, 51-40. IMade in Can- ada.) Ott Block 212 Fifth St, S. A fow ccnl.i bays n tiny Imttlc of tho mngio Freefone nl any drug store. Apply n few drops of upon a Declares He lias Been Misquot- ed in Interviews About Ireland TXINDOX, .Mfirch Associat- ed third has been ten- tatively fixed as (lie dale, of departure of Sir lAitcklnml (icdJcs. Iho new I. lisli to the United States, for New York. Sir Auckland told Iho Associated Press that he lia'l been mifiquolcd in what purported to he Interviews with him appearing in New York news papers, in which decinred ho had characterized Iho Sinn Foln move- ment ns "practically n religious scheme designed to secure power for Iho Ilonian Cnlholic church." Sir Auckland ileclareil: "In iho first place, I havo granted no Interview since my appointment to tho Washington post. What I wa quoted as saying must have been founded on my convorsallon of las Tuesday, In which I employed th platitude Ihnl Sinn I'elnism Is an ii Icnsely national ,-iIwnys Ijeliored movement. iho Irish I hilv lender, Eiching corn or a callus. thnl. troublesome corn or cal- lus slopa hurling, Ihen shortly you lilt It out. root nnd all, without any Eoreness or irritation. These litlb bot- tles of Krcczono contain ?noush lo rid Iho feet of every bnrcl corn, EC'ft corn, corn botwefcn the Iocs, and Ihfi calluses rm bollom of fool. Hi) easy! So simple. Why wait? No hum In- r morn political than religious. 1 thin ray reported oullmlsin over the home rnlo bill Is understandable, sire I participated in its Tho ambassador his reporle espousal of a world loan to CJcrinan was morcly a reitcralion ot his co vlctlon Ihr.t one of (he world's fir duties won lo help Germany lo h feet, which .sentiment he has frctiuei if ;o filed or which huvo been brought io ts knowledge. DATED this 23rd day ot February, D20. Ma'urotania -May V, I'nilHirator -May llaiiretania via Havre and Southampton Hyl George Mch !l Ityl George Apl H Kyi aVorgq May 13 Kyi George Jun 1'', NEW via Niovilte i Columbia .Mch 13 .Columbia.. .Apl 11 ANNIK FAIIGO, r I.olhbiidstc, A'ltorta, ,10HN' VASKLUMAK, Solicitor tor the said AdminiJtratrir. J. A. J., J.D.C. Art il men She had B lovely time, but how her feet and burned, when got home. She knew what lo olaium When she rubbed her feet with it the ache and throb left and ihey felt perfectly well next morning. IN SURROGATE COURT OF THE JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF MOOSE JAW In Ihc Matter of tho Estate of Qnoni; King, late of the Town uf I.elh- bridge, in tho Province ot Alberts, decCHHCd. NOTICE TO CUEDlTOnS Pursuant to tho provlsionR of, 'iUilc 23 ol Iho Burrog.-itc Court Hulcs, all creditors of tbo said deceased ami others aro reriulrcrt to send Solic-Lloni for tlio utiderftigned Admin- istrator, against tlui said estate fduollicr with n statemuni. .of his ECCU- ritlos, It any, held by them duly veri- fied on oath, on or-before- tlie Kith day ot March, 1U20 anil lliu Hald Ad- mlnlr.trnlor may, nt the expiratlun 01 ho said titno, diatributo the nsscls of ho Intofitato or any part (hereof imongsl the purlieu entitled Laving regard to (he claims of. which such Atlniinislrator h0s then noticop. Dated at Moose Saskatchewan, this 23rd day ot February. A.D. 1U2u. UJIAYHON, KSIKRSON', MoTAOGAItT, .law. Sask. Sollrllors for the Ksncnlor.1 and Ail- minlatrators Trust Company, Limit- ed, Administrator "t tho eh'.atc of the said deceased. A'l i! Columbia .May 22 Cbliiiiibln .J.uly NEW AND HAMBURG Saxonia........................Apl 'J NEW GREECE I'nntionla ....................Mch 31 Lurnin .-May CassanOi-i May 15 Sa'.urnia .Jn'ne 5 Cnssandnt .lunolli Ufsfts, Money Orders and Cable Kemlttnucea. For tull information spply to floj R. 11. and S. S. agents, or to Conv Office. SCOTT SLOCK. 270 Main St.. WlnnioeD MenthoUtum U a gentle healer for other "liitle ills" cuts, bums, colds, etc. When ordering goods by mall send Dominion Bxjiress. Money Order. From West 31. John, N.B., Tol MARCH 11. ,1'rctorlan ......Olisgow 12. .Scandinavian France Minnf ilosa Tho entire stock of THE A. MITCHELL NURSERY COMPANY, QF COALOALE, will be sold out this spring re- gardless of cost will be sold for fnr less than It cost 1 have undertaken lo clean Hie entire growlnc clock t'als Hl.fijig and this will bn Iho I-ast Opportunity to secure striclly home Qrown rciiablu Nursery Htock. To Ihoao who can 'lake the trees direct from the Nursery Ihemsrlrps at Ihe tlmo of dig- uing oilrenwly prices will lie given, as all cost of packing nnd shipping will lio avoided. This Is mi opportunity lo secure the most hardy nursery stock il is possible lo Srow at surpris- ingly low prices. Oo Not Buy Imported Nursery Stock when you can como right to (he Nursery and secure (hem nt practically your own price. i'rice Hats will be given 'upon application. Andreas nil enquir- ies Frank Knapp COALDALE, ALBERTA PHONE ;