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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEfoNKSDAY, MAY 19. 1920 THE LKritRIUDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE TWELVE Western Boards of Trade Want West Represented on C.N.R. Board of Directors CMXiARV. May the opin-J Movwl liy E. Tajne. Vancouver, conference thcra should'. seconded by G. Armstrong. Mvrrltl. tan of this bo u good ropiestutat ion Y.'cstem Caoadiau iuierssis upon llic board of '-..rectors, who may be appyiated to govern tho nfT-i'.rs and direct tho policy 'of tlie Camilla-i National Bull- ways." Moved by w. E. MUnor, VV'iunipfB. cctondcil by J. F. Kllsour, Brauiloii. "lu ibe opinion ot thi.. conference. Carranza Captured? HOUSTON, Texas, May 19.--j i (icneral has bmi cnp-i OPEMTIfl Ireisht ratei ed on approximately t phouta ba bas- L1 same mileage rates as those eastward and full ad- vantage should be taken in fUIug the rales of the reduced lost of operating government lines'which hare srades to the Pacific coast." easy almost unanimous vote tbf forc-i bX revolutionary forces', golne resolutions woro carried jester-; and llns been given 11 Sllfc CiHl-' "Fnifl-a-tives" Restored Her To Perfect Health 153 PAMKEAt. Avt, MokTIIIUL. "For three years, suffered great lo Vcra Cl'UZ, provided fain IB the lower I'irt of my session in this cily. A resolution urg- Waves Mexico ill OllCU, wcoriiinjjj swcllinj ot bloating. I savr a unoil'iciul messages received j toiluy by :i local newspaper.T railways of western executive n repo'rl irropoeea yl Fails To See How Government! Encourages Return lo Ordin- ary Economic Claims Governmenl Aggra-'. vated Exchange Situation. OTTAWA. Ma-.- Canadian delay the house f m> commons got down to the hii'Jget bate this afternoon. A. It. M.'Mastcr vas .vllhdra.YU. Tho case for western ttou, tbe case for Iho Jusluicnt ot westward freight and tho case for thu eetatilishuient nf western eiecutive oftlces wore strongly presented. Thero weio three votes against tho first resolution ;rad I one against the secoud. Judgment in.Full for Frankcl in Suit Over Non-Delivery of Cuttle. The case of Kninkel vs l.oss AHLS concluded at the Supreme Court, with iHis Lordship. Mr. Justice Walsh, glv- __.__________________________, I ing Judgment in full for the plaintiff! ''in Ihe ikiiiu. advanced. n mount i fTTV AVn HKTPTPT ordered to bo paid was tlie j till A.MJ IJJblKJLl jcos.sortllc Tilo original! i claim was for Sl'380, to this was Pal Egan on City Force ,j.c i-j.ere.it of Iho at five i Pat L'ljaa now attached lo the per cenl UJ. piutaili? on ac-i ly [wllwj force on special duly. i munt to the iletendant for the pur-j i chase of the sitK'rs from him _ttnl i Mi-iers and First Aid j vvhicli were cluliiii'd not to have Iwen in connection wiili Mr. Hargreaves' delivered, with a deduction of Ml) a.-! Her in the Herald recently dealing ion-el for what was considered a I to the lad who died a {shortage of in pur- j specialist uho wkl 1 uiusS au I heard "J-'ruit-a-fiifs" so derided to try it. The first box jreat relief; aa j I continued ibo Ireameal. Xotf my liea'ih is am free of I give "Fruit-a-tires" my warmest Miue. K. bai, 6 trial siw 25e. At all dealers or sent postpaid "bf Fniit-t-tires Limited, Ottawa. E.Washbrook Fourth in Festival United Church Choir at Ftsiivali Loses Out to Edmonton Delia. (Special to The Herald) EDMONTON. May the mezzo-soprano competition this morning. Miss E. Washbrook, of Lethbridge, wds In fourth position 77 marks, first place going to Miss Mary Scruton, with m mafks. fn the small choirs competition "last night the United church choir, Uethbrldge, took part but were beaten Edmonton and Delia, Alberia. GOLF 'Executive Session" I By Delegates Hut Upheld 15v Some. result of an acei- 'ienl in No. C mine, the ilc-nili! is In- method ot .cling Hie special convention of (Brome) was tlie first speaker, and rurmed thai Dr. Calbrailh did not cast lie opened with a few on the speech delivered liv Sir deor.qe Foster minister of trade -inii com- merce yesterday. He noticel fual f-'l by praised CM the first ail render- Mr. Ilargrcares. but rather it as a first-class piece of Dr. Galbraith did ivisli Sir George remarked that the budget Impress on tlie miners however was Tlie speech -showed a trend toward ccou- thnt more of them should know first storekeeper o .lid is to lie able to render I ir.-law o: tlie this storekeeper of Moimrc-h. is the lather- ir.-law 01 the defendant. Jo'iu Hubert _ i relief in case of accident. Mr. Hal- j flulmcr, a fanner of Diamond City. On international representatives, who urg cil thKt there was nothing to hide anil that lie saw no'reason why the press rendered first aid in the case jiiia death ot tlie defendants wife in j by >rauk sup. McAllister Jillcd to trend towanJ.eeonomy. jn minalei jilaintifr. at tlie re.iui.--l of tin; i The budget spperh ta.1 stated happened, hut it wouiil defeniiaui. as alleged, look charge ot j BcaUey (Banlilie-ii.l, who was there were (wo objectives to In- ob-: hlive mueh satisfactory if i his infant daughters. Jean and Grace. by one or two other-delegates, tained. Tho first was the resumption thu mm at -_eme and maintaiuod them, clothing and Their contention was that they ilid not cducatinj them. For ibis the claim want to disclose their hanrl to the of JOOOO, cost by tile] o.ier.ilors unliHhey were reaiiy to sub- j in it Ihc-lr proposals In connection with. io vender first plaintiff., Shepherd, witii whom was acting wired from Chey- McOillivrav of'Calgary.' C. V., enne, thai he would be'in IJiHiirris and Q.li. Eltou appeared "Saturilay morning. II Is! he defendant. Kclurns From Victoria and Again .Member of Law Firm. of ordinary cctTnomic coadltion.c, the second, reduction of our .debt. Die hoy was rescued ail well to talk of a resurap-, from lhc rar tion of ordinary hut it wasi not desirablo that we return to conditions before the war. then were not satisfactory and ElioalJ be corrected. Mr. McMaster was at a loss to un- derstand why Sir Henry Drayton had fiUbmiUiid such a mass of figures lo th_. IIOUFC. because, lie himself, admit- ted thai present-day cnndltions were po diiTerent from those i'f a j'ear ago that comparison between the two per- iods was useless. Aggravates Exchange Mr. McMaster claimed that the gov-.' eminent had aggravated the exchange _________ situation in this way, when a merchant! Importer! goods from France they T'lr. A. E. Dnnlop, K.C., who has re- valued In France at the pre-war rale turned to the city, has rejoined the I of exchange ani customs duties firm of Shepherd, lJunTop and Hire.- assessed at that value. Al the prcs- the name of which ha? not been Alter-; 'ent low value of the frar.c. this meant c.J since lie temporarily relinquished i that the customs (futy was increased partnership hi tho fame to go to Yic-j by two or three times. This course tcria. was follower! in thtf CHFR of all ccmn- 'Die firm 'of Shepherd, Dunlop ant! i tries where the Canadian dollar wi... Hico. Simmons and 11 11V at a premium. herd. i latter rejillr-d .1C3 and Cii. hicl-idliiK by lilp-i in the first Sussex won ijy STj iun.1. LONDON DEATHS l.OXDO.V, May Canadian doatlix arc rf-iiortt 1 of ferl Frank Mill- chani. theatrirat Donald I Hayliii, opontfc nmi .1. I llanlrjw. of TKaiWhiff of Fragrance which never m Its cheerful to breakfast, comes W more more invitingly, when it's' :iSfeAL BRAND COFFEE ti that 15 used. The famous Sell Brand flavour, fragrance and delicacy ace sealed rigKt Into the Tin. iukiz.ftt-u. NvrtfttvMiabuGt. Whole, the qyfcfc. rure and Bflfe rei for nz.. Madder Tli.? rrlic.e tht awful pain, redc sttjTir nr.il rfjtoreU.a orfj.iua to usual ac.i Gel a bor fro.ii y Th, H.l.cintl Dni Co. of Lll. T< t At toiJ CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL. that certainly feels good" The dujl throbbuig1 pain in the joints appears, the bunting ache in Ura wav to eiso and that's the finiw of rbeumitismwbwi CHAMBERLAIN'S LINIMENT to 0? thar -wvfk. U irota l neck. nctinlfta. UM t-.or ooU, frcvt luitlkeptic hwainir EM Tery nhiiUc. <4When you eat let Pineapple Marmalade Celebrated Jelly Ginger Harraaiaie ARE C5RCAT BOILED IN srt-VER PANS A Brave EHort Vancouver Province: H !s a scr- f ions, antl 111 sonic ft brave effort [o meet vast liiiantial obligations wilhout. Jnoroasing tlie biirtlens of tlioae loast ablt to bear them, UTH! I crippling industries .'itid activities or ireaVenluK ptib-S lie or private credit. HaU tlie cuvrenl i cxpBiicliture grows out of the vliiclt iinplles ttotible taxes. Tho only-i escape is development of national ro-! sources, proJuclion anil population antl mo.leration in ductive public anrl private expcndi- lure. Customs Escape Saskatoon Star: The new form of taxation would hove lieen more cheerfully accepted if they had bceu nccoinpanied by aonie rcfluctiona in the customs tariff, which is one of the chief foftruaieiHs in incrcfis- Inn of livJng in Canada, Thu (juu-ition in the jninds of.the people i.-? ___i not really one of taxation, but bf :-----1 value. If the ijixes provided a bis i Riirplus to wipe out the public debt, they will be cheerfully paid, H they arc simply absorbed by the constantly increasing cost of government, with diminishing satisfaction-to Ihe people, J then the people will jaako tiieir pro- [test prompt and effectual, Likes Luxury Tax i Edmonton Journal: The obviously [proper course under Hit; eireuitislan- j C.OH, ij to mnkc tliose wlio have so j i much money that tbey din ntiy luxur- i ic.3 pay 4hc additional taxation (lie Dominion treasury reriuireg. Those j I engaged in certain lines ot trade will' j be affcck-d, but it is rlin gi-nora! in- terest that must bo RrmaMtTCil. West Speak Calgary HcratJ; There little in- dication of thange in the customa lar- i iff. assnranco we get from Henry Drayton's announcement is that there ivill bo a Aoieiitlflc tariff inquiry Immediately offer the prurn- galifin of parliament. In bo followed j by n MilciiVJfic revision of tlie tariff j En the next HfKsion. We may lake it 1 for granted lhat lhc Unionist arid j cross-bench roprescnlaUon from -West- ern Canada wlfl from Iht; gov- ernment very definite, on this subject during the budget d'.-batc. Hits at Extravagance Vancouver World: Tlii burlget nethInR short of a drasMc: attempt to drlvo hctnc to all and sundry that, tlie days of extravagant ex- penditures must come In an r-nd. It n sharp reminder tlint the war lias yot to bo iiairl for. It a re- turn to sound finance of order, the sort of Cnumcs: of which (freat Britain lias furnisliod MIL; most recent loading example. INCORPORATE NEW FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OTTAWA. Mny Canailiaii to the United Canada Kfre Oim- pauy of n rn-vv company v.ltfi a of parsed Ihr ronjrn'ttrn fjanfiinj conimcice Mns morning. Even the little ones have learned the ..pleasure of. Honeymoon Chocolates. ramembranct of the flavor's calls for the child's assurance that none be overlooked. HE WALTER W .SHAW COMPANY LIMITED Wholesale Canrf'y Makers NEW PERFECTION Oil Cook Stoves No fire to build no wailing {or flame to generate. The Ixjfijj Blue Chimney burner gives cooking in- itantly, w, medium or high .flame drives a steady of cican heat ngafngt the utensil slays xvhcrcsct. Long Blue Cnimney burner tu'rna drop of oil inlo ctcan cooking smoke, soot or able odor. intense heat of the white-tipped flama is driven directly against utensil, The New Perfection Oil Cook Stove with its i i t i Bltit Cmainey takes up room, ashes. r. Inter and dirt, and tcnta every cooking purpose all the year rounJ. by all good rfealert. Ask for 'demoni-ration ofilie Illne CMmncy burner or n-rjte lor Per- booklet. Made in Canada Bint .f d Mt-lifffd JIOJIG OFPICE AND FACTORY ONTARIO I ;