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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MARCH'6.1920 Uli Ju PAGE CANADA'S DEBT NOW CUSTOM FIGURES ARE HIGHER OTTAWA, Kirch Canadian j ordinary revenues eipendl- expressed in tfco last bidget of a reduction in rev- from customs duties, ara shown TELLS THE BAST ABOUT CATTALO MONTREAL, March Graham, director ot yarle inlmajs. who is in charge ot huifulo robes And heads, staled at Iho offlco of Ih'o Ca- nadian Ku'r Auction Sales Company. thai a new animal had been Created, 1 called "catallo." by crossbreeding but-! falo and common cattle. Tills new 1 treed retains much of hardiness ot the buffalo In Inured (p fa cine drlrlns storms. It a coat ot shorter, but glossier hair than the tures of the IJouiiuion government for buffalo and in Iho opinion of many the two eleven months' periods j wakes A more beautiful rote. In alia oC Its saTerssment FAMOUS PROFESSOR'S pare 1918-19 1619-20 i the cattalo ia larger than either nf ita j parents. When used for food, it Jur- by the latest returns of tho fluance de 'Mrtment to be groundless During Expenditure }180.083.000 nishos nuny good cuts, bo far, groat Xe eleven months of the fiscal year. I Revenue 27S.756.UOU i success has attended the governments to Februiry 2S customs revenue I Increase in net debt during the experiments in Die cross-breed ins of IIS 000 000 ahead of the corres- month was. small com- i Buffalo and cattle and its effort will T mi.- -ac carrlrd still further. Tho departments of the Interior and tho experi- period oJ the previous years, pared with recent increases. The ih. eleven months of the For eleven month Jttaol customs revenue was'expenditure during the 11 months tot- ?ftt- In rnmSirlsdn with iuiliViinoiW >nr the eleven In comparison with JlT832 i the expenditure In tho February corresponding the previous ibowed an increase of over oppOiiijOu had finished and that a division WUH Imminent, brought Hon. T. A. leader of the farmers, to tils feet In tiie debute last night, and Hon. Arthur Melghen concluded the dtr with ills reply to both farmers and opposition. Dr. Michael Clark. Deer, will I speak from the cross-benches this af- ternoon, when the houso opens and ha probably will be followed by Major Andrews, Center Winnipeg. Crcrar and Meifhen Gel in Be- fore Division is Culled on Speech l op. his cell lock in tie city prison, climb- ed up a ventiiat'j; shaft and tied, Better than Pills 11 GET A For Liver JHs. I 25c Bu OTTAWA. March (By Canadian rressj.-pia'us of the party whips for I YOUR POWER more than February, 1915. How to Make Coffee ABow Upnc ttbUpconfiJ of Stfl 9nW Code to cup. SEAL BRAND COFFEE: Whole, for Triralaton tod ordinary percoU- BOO. la %t i and it good detlcn; Writt for "Perfect -Perfectly Mailed free on request. SANBORN, MONTREAL. 12 jorrespoudlng pe: fiscal yearl During February, how- ever, war expenditure was scarcely one fourth of tfliat it was in January, Tie apparent tips anil downs In; war expenditure, It Is explained, are due to. the presentation Of overseas accounts. Revenue from direct taxation was during February, nearly J20.000.000, as compared with lew' than f8.000.OOD In February, ENVER PASHA TO MAKE TROUBLE IN AFGHANISTAN LONDON, Mir'ch' Times' correfpondent I In Berlin says that lie learns Enver Pasha, thef former Tur- kish war minister, has Ijcen in Berlin Christmas with Djomal .Pasha, Uut-'Eirrier Intehdsjto offer his jervlces the government In Russia In order to trouble In Afghanistan. "Traffic difficulties with Russia be hig great Jnst the correspondent says, "It wonld surprise no one I! Enver attempted to fly to Moscow. In deed, he _ already has made one un successful aerial attempt Tataa Pasha, former grand vtiter, also Is In lei-many.' the- continaanco of the debate on the- address in the h pear to be rathe fairly certain that there will be no vole before Tuesday. A report that _ ouse of commons I fOCT tM UAI F-' r Indefinite, but it is I 11X OrtLJ A GET OUR BOOK- LET OF SATISFIED USERS. SEVENTEEN MILLION NEEDED FOR ONTARIO HYDRO SCHEME TORONTOi million dollars will be required fron the province and.various municipal ties of Ontario to carry out a series o ' schemes, which are. o: peeled to go ahead now that Sir Adai Beck, chairman of the Ontario hydrc commission, has returned from th Old Country. Much of this money be needed for tho proposed hydro rac lal road in Western Dnlarfo, and th development of new water rovers Eastern and Northern Ontario. Teachers in Sault Sle. Marie, Ont hart beoD siren You Need Not Tolerate the inconvenience of a cough, when a few of NADRUCO Syrup of T Ccj will jive you almort instant reBdL ft beak the rawnen of the bronchial the annoying tickling that leads to ipasmt cf coughing; and the throat to ita normal cotxfition. On account of id pleasant taste, children it reMfajy. Keep bottle always in the 13 Draf aW CkMBcal LuriteJ. R, Harkness Tells "No Booze" Convention About a Promise Don't Prod Your Liver to Action HR VANCOUVER, B. C., March eaturo of the closing session of the Jrillsh Columbia iirohlbitloa conven Ion here last night was the address D. ft. Darkness, secretary of the )omlnlon esecutivo committee, on th present status of liquor legislation in Canada. The history of Iho growth of prohibition during tho past six was dealt with. Mr. Harkness aid he liart the assurance of tho Do- minion government that women would vole at the ceit election on ironlblllou referendum. J. Telford, ot Melville, SasV., outlin- ed the activities of the Saskatchewan prohibition party. The convention decided on an ac- tive educational campaign and scored ;overamenl ownership of ihe liquor traffic. Quickly. No The organs of dlaestion, assimila- tion and stomach, liver :ind closely allied, and the proper action of any of theso crk-aiis-ls largely dependent upon Iho correct functioning ot all Iho ollicrc. "Whipping" your liver into action ivilh calomel or forcing your bowels vvllh irritating, lasithvs or strode cathartics a great mistake. A bet- ter, infer nUn is ana toning tne oumlna- tlve system -with Nsturc'n M hc.liig kidney Ifonble will EFFERVESCENT SALINE ta Tins. Eczema tcanjetftitski'i litt .ill good STANDARD REMEDIES LTD., Winnies, BKHLIN, JIarcli Per lus, naval ospert of Iho llerllncr Tngc ilntt, in discussing the position 01 icnnany's mercantile marine, says: "It will rcnnire much time mill put- ence before wo are ngain nble to he- iold tho GerniaT] merchant marine's lap; on the Well scaa." Captain Tersliw declares he flnila it most depressing lo observe tho BrlllHh mil Jnpaneso Ones predominant In the lorl of Hamburg, which Is now in .he control of forcisn shipping inter- Cfits. He predicts an uvcr-abundanco of tonnage for nil rations as Iho result ot Iho present shipbuilding activities. The ci'jMalu declares 'that hope- of Germany lien In tho Industrious of- tons of her shipyard workers, who, under present nondlllnns, ;ire aMe tt) Mirn out halt H inilllon tons nnnimlly. Of ttiis. he says, 200.000 tons will bo roriuisitloncil by the entente, assuming lhat I lie nlilos Insist upon Its siirrcii- der as provliiod in Iho peace treaty. DISPOSAL OF COX ESTATE IN ENGLAND SERVICE TO FORDSONT A very serious question for the Prospective Buyer to cons der is the Question of Repairs, and Knowledge of Tractor Mechanical Parts When the seeding or harvesting season is on, i-.very hour counts. If ihe tractor should have to lay up for any considerable time because of some disability, the farmer is in a bad fix. Right here is where ihe words "Ford Service" haveiheir meaning. Every farmer knows that the Ford Dealer is not far away and thai the same satisfactory service offered the Ford CarOivnelr applies also in the'case of ihe FORDSON TRACTOR. L.ONDOX. March (Canadian 1'rcss Montgomery Cox. Ottawa, timber merchant, left au estate in nf nearly one hun- dred and forty (hinifanrt rounds ster- ling A legacy of twenty thousand was lefl to his wid- ow, Ion pounds to bin part ner and uinuiitleji to oilier members nf fhc r.inilly. The residue lu tliti Oroy and to St. Tjiik'M; hi Oltawa. and to Idiotic liosniliil. We are going to hold on our premises at Leihbridg? on March 8, 9 and 10, a SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTION in the Mechanical Construction, Operation and Maintenance of the FORDSON TRACTOR We think you will appeciate the desirability of this plan as well as the necessity for some such instruc- tion and the benefits which will result from same. In order to make this school a success, however, it will be necessary that each owner and prospective owner do everything in his power (o be present and where he cannot come himself send in his mechanic who will be taking care of his machine, This class is the only one you will have an opportunity of attending this season, AN EXPERT ON THE FORDSON WILL BE IN CHARGE. H. E. MEIBACH PROPRIETOR FORD GARAGE 1232 Third Avenue Alta. C. C. McCREERY: MANAGER ;