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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta -T-UBSDAY, JI AllCH 1920 THE Iloii. Duncan Marshall. rainUter of Agriculture, announced to the legis- lature Thursday afternoon, that ho had completed' cable today the purchase of an outstanding Clydes data 'stallion for use In the province under tho rote made for this purpose last session.' N. A. Weir of Ohalon u. member of the Clydesdale commit lea of the province of Alberta, has been Scotland for tha .past few weoln; looking over the EvaHaVle horses along with Mr. James Plckcn, wid making certain reconv great marat She. was sired by "Re- who was'-. Bot first" at 'the' Highland Society show- bill also won the Sawdpr Glas- gow.', ilrsj atad champlorj a't Elgin to 1908, .liry in 1809, flret-bvmo, won first place last Min'imer In the year >hen fourteen 4ge, -vflch Is a Wonderful tribute wiar- lug She U tbe mother ot' seven outstaodlflg Clydesaale lions used lu tbe studs in Scsrtland, a record achieved by tew ,brood mavoa. Mr, -SlarehaU :eonOdenlly believes that he has In "Craigle Masterpiece" the of Clydesdale draft horse that Canada needs, and that when he arrives on this side o' the water he will be the best show horse and the best breeding horse that has ever been Imported. The price paid was 200 pounds sterling which at the presenj rale, ot oichange amounts to Grand Theatrical Demonstration in Constantinople Urged But French Opposed --.It was decided to pur- chase: the stallion "Cralgle Master- plecq" 16SS7. horse, Mr. Weir fays; is %'.niagntncent specimen of the bree'd. Ha is the' type that, th? min- ister, of agriculture, hag been doatrouft of securing, lie '.weighs upwards of 2100, pounds, is seven yeara old, .atcl- has been one of the real Kooii breeding horses in Scotland. He has not been exhibited verj often, but-was first as a foal at tha Elgin RtjdjKcith Show, and in 1918 was re- seryecl for the :1QQ IIBverlaslIng" that was three champion at the High- land Society Bhoiv. a. record nover provIouGly mad.e by ''any stallion. "Everlaslfng-waH also a good breed- ing Vas the sire of good; big cnlls, with plenty.of size find sub- stance, andiwasi very much sought nf- (er by in Scotland. -Masterpiece's dam, 27iSC :lias been'ono of Scotland's WRECK Of O. N. R. EXPRESS IN N. B. KRroBRlCTON, N.-a, March 8-r WorJ reached morning of i wreck cm tta trantcofrtiiieritel of the Canadian National Railway, when a passenger train laft the rails. Canad- ian National Railway officials .declin- ed to give any more iDformatlon'tlian to say that the wreck ot Edmiuiston. Nobody was Injured and Ihe passengers were being trans- ferred the wrecktee to another train, PARIS, March Miller- and has Instructed Jules Jussarand Krench ambassador In Washington and England and Italy no doubt have Imitated him, to communicate to Pros- Ideut Wilson general decisions reach M relitlvo to Turkey by tho supreme allied1 council and'to ask hie opinion says political editor the Kclio da Paris. T "This was done by way of precau lion, In view of -Mr. Wilson's veto o the Turkish netllement Wesntagto dispatches contln ues. "Slope is still entertained, how CAMP LEWIS TO SAN DIEGO FLIGHT TRIAL SEATTLE, Wasli., March A. D. Smith. United States army avia- tor, left Camp Lewis, Wash, shortly after 5 o'clock this morning In an at- tempt to fly to San Diego, Cal., before nightfall. TAX EXEMPTIONS ver, Ois'l irt of (ha burden." blojf Qtotfe of Brl- alii rrlday, Inaic, "a grand" theatrical detaomtra- occupi- ion ot the nlclitry. the arrett of Uiesmen working itilnit the allies and the nibstililiwi ot a moderns conciliatory cabinet for the etlstlnc ralnlstrv." he dUmlsul Of Muitapha Keraal would klto be of the British pre- mier'! protTum. Ministry his peralstent- y pointed'out'that such bluslerlag Ic- errention could only make things mnoh worse" the writer "but It it improbable Mr: Lloyd Oeorse will be for he hu engated la an political manoeuvre to appeasfc 'non-conformist con science.1 Preiiler Mlllerand gained a taw ot grace fey stipulating that no talloa would be taken untl the're'piy ot the allied coaunl: flonwa revived." QflAIN STOCKS The fol stocks in (lore in inbllc at Ton William an Port Arthur! -.on -March 5, with re- ceipts and shipment B during the week REVIVAL OF PLANS FOR CHANNEL TUNNEL Report It that British naval and military officials aro in favor of the proposed tunnel under Ihe Ehgllsh Channel A plan of tlio tunnel is here shown. ll will laie five years to build, at a cost of JIS.OOO.OOO. vat by. the board of grain com- iniwionen Saturday: til store, bushels; receipts, rail sblpmenU, 234. Data ini Store, bushels; rc- celptt, rail shipments. 200. Barley ,in store. builiela; receipts, rail shipments, 424. In buahela; re- rail shipments, Rye In- etofe, bushels; re- ceipts, no shipments. FOUND AGAINST MOTHER CHURCH STEAMER SERVICE TO GERMANY BOSTON, Masi.. March ngs In favor of tho trustee of the Christian Science Com- and Jobn V. Uittouiore. in their suits against tho directors of Iho iMothw Churcb, the Fit-si Church of vnrist Scientists, are- cuniuineti iii tha roport of Frederick as matter, whlcb was tiled here today ID the olflce ot the clerk of thu su- premo judicial court. The master holds Ihe directors had no legal rleul to remove turnout UovlamlB of Ptca- these Gernian ports. yuue, Miss., from thft board of trus- tees, or Ditteraore Irom the board of directors. IIBIIMN, March North tier-' man Lloyd Steamship Compauy and the Hamburg-American Lino have UKeii ofur tho agencies in Rrernsii iind for Alfred Holt Com- pany of Liverpool and-tho BUerinan- nicknull Steamship Company of Lou- don, which are to inaugurate a month- ly Kar Eastern service out of boUi of W1NN1PEX3, March PeraOns. iwhoso 1919 income did nbtevseed 000 and who are the sole, support of or sisters under 18 of u pareut or parents; a or. grandparents, will be exempt''from (axalion on their income for that year, hccordlng to information secured to- day at the Dominion taxation office, hero. ons soreness, acfaingback, piinp- les, boils, rushes and other usually result frprn. sejf-pqisoning by pro- ducts of imperfectly digest- ed or npihclindnated food. help to restore actirity of liver, bowels, kid- neys, and skin, and so count- eract cause and relieve symp- toms. When.IheLfaybOver Whon tbfl house ho I il cares the worrioB of ovaryday 1mvo dragged you down, 'madfl you .tin-, liappy, and th-Mfl Is noth-. fnffjn but hcidif haclc- ficho snd prcnoriptJOn, .j otii of ground for come 1111 In tag ntfcuttl condi tlMic, of BufftUo, M. lonjc ainon out K women's diweets, Jfe Ranted it all troAtlog thou- muids of vtAfK, Thfi reautt of itudnw Dr. Fnvoritft wwlfcjQfl It made of i that nature fcirely fn- AniJ for Ihf, rasny n common t6 ID ftgta of life- 'London, Out, ialks ot spending on siorm sewers. The builders' laborers ot London avo asked increase oE wages. Kingston is planning ft contagious diseases' hospital to.cost A Ma3S.> raanv figures ,liat at present prices it costs ?1 .a veek lo keep a iioiiss cat. Two D. S. array carrying imiis. wero killed in Panama when Lhetr plane crashed from a height o! feet Holidaysburg, ,Pa., ha.s exempted trom paying1 laxes'for- two yoars the 98 soldiers of the town who eorvcd in Prance. Immigrants subject lo the literacy test at Kilts Island noiv have lo read or -10 worda from the Psalms in auy language they prefer. chvEml Cumpson, president ot New York Wholesale "Grocers' Asp.ocla- tion, sees no material reduction in JoodeluEf prices for two years. A biU to limit all now rental con- tracts for residential purchasers lo Increase of 10 per cent., will he inlro duced In tho New York Legislature. According to veterinarians, hun- dreds of dogs fn Huron County, Ohio, have influenza.j The disease is pro-1 noiiDCctf the same OB the frjrnan typo. Very Rev. F. Carney, Kredcricton, N.B., told his coiisregation that labor organizations were going too lar in their demands- The J-adles' AiaxUUcy of Gait GAV. '.A, are making -A wsrvine Hag to on tain (tin names of the Oaltonlann1 Kbo enlisted omhroltlcred on it. In raid in Jaeonville, Jnd., rniaeaL agenU destroyodv 20 Illicit tills and gallons ot wills- .ey. Hadio, VaciliMes taken over by the >.S- Governtneht during will to the owners at mid- light _, i ;.The co-6jyerotlon of itic Govern.- ho'asked for Ihe erection civic arlministration nrfTding in Windsor.. Orjllf 3 from A bsid ti wMnwi1? trouhla with bwWcho, ncrroua- tiew, and F had grent alt I WOIJIU at luy .1 -MSW t'Hjet- titn flfUr nnotlior but good. lefce'u I'arorito YtcSfrip- uUtRxftdwa up all right, I look much and iecl 1 wilt recomnxnd M I MRS. B. ORATRIX, 116 Or. InvnUd.t' confidential ndyice and tha mcdicnl of A TrKaHy without. no charge Write flunVlft, on trill The Woraeirs. Institute of 'ord recently held their regular monthly meeting and were address- ed liy -Rev, Air. Moorehousc, No than threft mombors of the family of Charlos Dumeab, Til- .died during p-ovon days A rneetlnK wfts hold In Iho Jloyal fttadJan Cafe, Guolph, and ste-pa ken for the formation erf a flolary Oluh. gpenWng, of flrraignment In Jnvenllo IB the ayslnro em- nloyed In dealing with unruly boys at BrJdgewater, N. J. As a result of tho exchange rate, an- thracite coal In Toronto jumped 2.'i a (on Jn prJce, making it now Ttenuesling that the trusteeship of ona of Iho Mennonlte schools re- turned to them, and slnting that K was their Intention and desire to con- duel tho school, if given control, in Accord Ah co wilt] .Ihe. Manitoba puHlio school acl, a delogntlon composed of fonr Jlennonftea wnilocl upon the vincial government at Winnipeg. BUSINESS problems, may'be'a d for insomnias Did y6 to think your bed may be tct'blamc? If a bed makes trie slightest ibund it disturbs the nerves. That's the troubie with wooden beds and loose-jointed, noisy metal you can't relax: Many people who have always been "light sleepers" sileep sound all night on a Simmons Bed and'Waldorf 'Box Spring. Simmons Metal Bed is noise- L less. It locks firm at the cornersM The corner locks are made of pressed true and a-creak, rattle, or feeling of unsteadiness. It is perfectly, and moves like ,one soljd piece.( Locks are exclusive'tviMSimmons'Limited, no't-'td be duplicated oi" imitated. And corner locks have made uossible the -woke often during the nigkt. Drearns trouble you .lie You get vp only half rested v v- s great wearing 'quality, in new and tractive designs. firmly pn the sags or humps, never loses its resiliency. are in every way worthy to go with Sirnmons'Metal Beds and Waldorf Bcfx Springs, EVERYBODY', needs Get a bed that invites sleep! You'll find the Simmons Metal'Bed, the Waldorf Box Spring, Simmons Mattresses and Pillows in your leading merchant's store Your choice of a wonderful scries o, brass, in enamel, and in "wood beautiful reproductions of natural wood grain. 1 And wheri'-ypu rirc selecting your Simmons Beds with an eye to their appearance in the room, you will see that Simmons has for the first time established beautiful ami authoritative design in Metal Beds. p If you do not know the Simmons tncr- chants in this section, we shall be glad to send you thei? names. new Simmons spring forming .a single unit the side.rails. IF you waken easily, or if you sleep lightly, you'll find the Twin wonderfui'aid to sound sleep. Ever since .doctors began to, recom- mend a separate bed for each sleeper, Simmons'Limited have specialized in Twin Beds. Sleep is more restful! No disturbance from Another's restlessness. .Coughs and infections are not communicated. THE Waldorf Box Spring really dots what you have always' wanted a spring to do. It invites complete tt- laxation. It supports the body at-ease on fine resilient spring coils coil con- forming freely to that the spine is perfectly rested, whether one steep's oo the back or on the side. Simmons Waldorf Box Spring is cov- ered with ticking of the finest grade and ii a big subject! Write us for the brochure, "ll'hat Medical Journals Health Mfgatines Say about Separate Beds and Sound Sleep." Free of charge, ST. JOHN TORONTO SIMMONS WINNIPEG LIMITED MONTREAL CALGARY VANCOUVER Built for Sleep ;