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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PA fir HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24., 1920 amount of storage room has beca yro-j vided by (hctu. Has Foothold Now During I hi" vasl two three years, lbpria bus sutN'ecdetl hs Bering u {oiillLoM in the eastern market. trades ciMiilil.ons otuiiiii'ic lu-ruul, Aniericau aro (fiiUitij; into IV market, niiij Alberta co.il is Null's out. Tho pro- ctl imrossii in tales will he ihe Jiual Winv to Uiis market for Al- Uerta, unless ihe railway bearj grants1 tbo request a rate tor sum- mer sloraso, micUr which the Muni- To Ask Railway Hoard to (irantjtoba dealers able to stock up ix n i Concessions During Rum- I mer Months i vv'ilh Aiburta coal a' r-MsomUto rates. I aui] ,lt a can be CAtOARY. March contained in the forni pf :i rosoiU'iou, that a special roditciii nu> oa coal shipments into th-? tnar-; ket on Altwrta nut. be jirovidri dur j ia? the months of Afril to August, [u- elusive, for fhrviugc imr- baa be-on endorsed by the Beor Coal Operators" .uwl! was prcsentotl Ji> the, Canada Coal Operators' association BI a meeting held Itcrt? on and it; unilcMiood, was endorsed by iheru-i It SE stated also that I'wniler H'ewarl, expressed liimsoU as favorably dispos- ed to the resolution, and the Kdraon- f ton and Calgary boards of irade i qelng: asked to co-opprale in iiip tbo resolution to iheh railways. I The direct advantages whkli voiild Thii coal operv.lor> urging this matter before (he public urbanizations Uave tho of Hie nr.il it? coal industry -t from such a spedftl rate may be summed up as follows Development of Alboriit coal re- sources. Full rim [or tlie mines during months hi which they are generally idle, Fitll time Trork for the miners' Uur- iat tho summer months. Shipment of larse supplies of ccal during a season when cars are easily ''available. Saving of a targe amount of monoy noir sepi to buy American coal for Manitoba market and aleo ihe sav- ing of a his in exchange. Best Months to Ship It !s urged by those ivho arc taking up the matter of special rates tor storage coal shipments, thai during Hie months from April to August a large amount of rolling stock is sUuulius idle and then when the coal season opens in the fall, wheat shipments also efarl. so that rolling stock is not available to tho needed. The summer storage of coal is being favor- ably considered by clcalcre and a large liurns Says It Will Be Thing for the Canadinn Trade March Mon of the jtjjiort that negotiations aro under way. to obtain Canadian credks which .will'aUow Delghim to purchase or westera Canadian P. Burns and company, was rqado by IVBurns.dur- ing nn Interview on Ms relurn (ro'in Ottawa ye'stcrjay.-. Prospects th'aVthe ne'gotlaUoas wll culminate are bright, Mr Burns belfoves, as to'further the repre scntations of ageii'. of Ehp" coiiipany, repreEDatailvo of the Belginh government are coming to Canada qnd will crrive in Ottawa within a few, dayE. "it will iieja great thing for western Canada if are granted.' said Mr. IJuros. a result the cattli industry will be encouraged to doveloj evt-ii more extensively. We expect a satisfactory result of the negotiation MIDWAYILIFE Men and women at forty at the portal of a crucial period. Strength must be kept .up, the body well nourished. EMULSION b the tonic of wonderful helpful- ness to those in middle life. SCOTT'S nourishes arid, iri- and helps the body keep up with the daily wear and tear on ftrength. Let Scott's help keep you robvttl Scott Bowne, Tomnlo. Out. -19-11 crert lolsn; r.i. jjy.y on their way to Canada, our Ktiropuhn rcpres ative, is liandliug the negotiations Co us. HQ Is cnir agent Iu Englant tVar.co welghini and lias his heac! f quarters in Paris. John Bums nn Jonnicy to Calgary, stoppod o at Ottawa. We have-leIt-the matte in (he lianils of Mr. Pratt, however It ia telteveil in .Ottawa 'that th remits wiU.hii according to f.roiri 'trial city. :is last yea grniiicjit agreed to ailvanc coruir.erct.il creillta and tliu total advances, in into and si] lo about s thctTtlici-e'is siill more than UOO TJic agTeeiacnt.'stipiihtca that th Belgian government .is to deliver i! foentures payable :five yeans after da tn dollars.for the total amount ol the iiiivancbs, carrying interest at f> 1-2 iwr ce'nt, payable wheu the bills raa- turo. There is a further provision that fielginm has the right to pay .these bills at lime after receipt hy them of cmbpeiiBuiion from enemy powers. ;ThQ debentures liave been depositctl in London to the order of the minister oi-finunco. C. P. R. EXECUTIVE OFFICIALS ATTEND COMPANY'S ANNUAL BANQUET, Don't Cough at Night Daii't let that irritating tickling in the throat keep'you coughing most ol the night. Don't let it annoy you during the -day. Step. completely w.' A group of rdllwaymen wiiose names recognltel In mils-ay circles Ihroushout tho Nortb American contin- ent, tho lesdliig executives of the Canadian Vsdflc Kdllwsy, wtio iu Toronlo atiendej tho lourth annual banquet of ilic company's officials. From left lo right tho photos rends: 1'resWcot U W. Ilealty, Col. J. S. Dennis o! the Natural Resources A. D. MeTtor, and P. L. Gcuersl.njeculivi! Asslstaijt. Sold by all DruggitU It breaks up the cold j heals the inflamed membranes o( the throat relieves and It's woncleiKil liow much teller even hw fottt wilt IciL Very to iHe Itite j even children liVo iu ery o e tie j even cren o in the houie. None in Red during Na-D WR 4 Draj Cheek tl Conpoy Mrs. Chaplin is scoWiiE a divorcs t A iro'.r.an bandit beld up a mu at from liusbaml> the great raovlt Jackson, Mich., and relieved blm el I MARSHALL SAYS .CALGARY WILL GET NEW POST OFFICE YET NVheti you go to a physician to fesaminef] for ony heart IrnubiD one of the -first questions ho aslis is: you short of breath3" iVoiv, when the hnarf becomes affect- ed there ensues a feeling of a choking fienEr.tlon, a shortness of breatii, pal- pitation, throbbing, Irregular Kmotherings nensation, (llz7ineET5 anrl a weak, einlilng, nil-Bono tecling of unpreEfllon and aiiilety. On ths first stgu of the hoart be- coming weakened or the nerves un- strung Slilburn's Heart and Xervo Pills are just tho remedy you require. They regulate and stimulate tnc heart, find'strengthen and restore the ivholo nerte system. Mr. Stephen. Crouse, Bast Clifford, N.S., Buffered for five years with heart trouble. I could bard ly walk from the house to the ham without reeling as 1 used to get so fabort of breath. Doctors could not help me. My wife told me to get n of Milbimi's Heart and Nerve Tills and 1 belter nflcr taking them; three boxes rrjade me quite well. 1 am now helping my son lo work tho farm, and can truthfully sny I feel like a (Ijffcrant man." Frtco 50c a box at all dealers or malted direct on receipt of price by The T. Milbiirn Co., Limited, Toronto, Marr.h. Although no motiey provided In tbo estimates .lablwi In tho Dominion house. Monday afternpon for the erection ot Calgary post office It js believed that the work bo.commenre'd Ibis spring, as last 3'Oiir- was set aside for the Purpose. Additional grounds for hold- ing the beljet Is the fact -that the con- iract lias been let to P. and Son. However, there is ttill some conj'-_ lure in tho matter, since it la the gen- eral custom to re-vote amounts prev- iously voted and not used. Mayor Marshall is ot Ihe opinion (hat the work will lie proceeded with this spring, us SSOD.OCO was provided let the last year. Having been passed by tho bouse, and none of it having boon expended, Ihe money >s still available, be believes, and being F.till available it was unnecessary to provide further monies In Ihe estlin tuea this yenr, ho It will take about two years lo crert Hie ond Ihe will provide for work donn tnls year. j "I am convinced that the statement' that a start would not be marie thin year was In error." sild the mayor. WILL STAY SUSPENDED ALUANY, N.V.. Mnrnh 21 -Thf: five suspended Socialist members 'he charge .of disloyally ngalnst the. fire men. "Papa's Dlapepsln" ny neutralizing the arrltlity of the .stcimach. injitnntiy relieves 'he lotA souring and whCch rhe jnisery-mFik- Jng gasej, heartburn, flatulence, full- taess or pain In Blomnch and tines. A tablets' pf "I'apo's Uiapop- sin'1 brlnj; relief almost as soon aa ;.hey renrh (Jie Blouiarh. They licli> JTCgulate dlsorciered ttomaohs to favor '.Ite foods can be eaten without dlsdvM i-o little at ilmg THIRTEEN ARE HURT IN WRECK Y.MIMOUTH, March K--Thirteen pcuplc were in- jured whmi the Pullman and ,t fir.-t PHHSCDKCT cor.'h of thr ejsiljoliii1] on Ihe Canadian National Kail- way left the rails and rolled down iin embankment at llclld- vlllo, near here-, this morning. The injured lo Ynrmmilh for Ircatmenl. NAVY CUT 'iSia ji T CIGARETTES All over ihe are cigarette satisfaction to all of a, perfect cigarette. Smoothness, the ricli, mild aroma of these