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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEX THE usrirernDGK- DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. MAY 21, IS FEUD IF May Chsrles Dunning, provincial treasurer i and minister .in charge u? the depart- i nvsnt for the ut-velopmeal of natural j resources in Liic province of Ciicwaa, tho principal at ihc Fitting (he intentional joiut commicsioa hold here today to coc- tLo rway-i between Atlantic owan unfi the Great Lakes. If Western Canada should experi- ence a crop in tho iieit few i Hon. Mr. Dunning Sold the com- mission, bo was afraid that'the coun- try vroulil have ono of tho highest blockades iii (lie movement vi grain that it has ever known, for this rea- son, tlie people of the piovmco would welcome Any scheme wbicli had the object of improving transpo.rratiou facilities. There is a suspicion, however. said Mr. Dunninj. on tho of some, tha; this connnisaion has been ap- pointed to itrins; in some nev Fchcme which might offset the necessity uf cortiplcliiiK the Hudson Buy. route, j While ho did aot personalty oulortain ihht he de.sireti tn express! the opinion lhat enough has now been] done on the Hudson Bay route lo i WILL TRY FOR THE CUP 'Hare 'is Shamrock III. sir Thomas Upton's latest yacht which will Irv lo rapturo the Cup from our Amerlcaii rivals. remedies for th? fight against disease bt admitted freo of !o Canada. its completion. OTTAWA. May Canadian Prc qtipsiion whether the houne should ?i: ou Victoria was raised by Col. Heck, V.C., shortly after opening this afternoon. Sir t Bonlcn said H nas decided to sU on Monday as usual. Son Gaintd Fifteen Pounds And To this coyrso objections xpere rats- Is the Picture cf Health by Col. Peek ncd by tho Hon. W. Now, 3.'r'teluiog, upho thought it-more fit- thai tho house should ndjouru on Day. Sir ilobert Bordon then submitted a motion to provide for adjournment fronrlYI Say "evening to Tuesday after- noon.- As no noticu haS besu glvta of the motidD, it coiiid ouly bo cousider- "I am Just delighted at my sou's j recovery for lafeiog Tar.iac he; is looking a? strong nnd healthy as hot dlrl in his !iler ana nefildcs, -he I saliic-ii fifteen pouudF in ?iii'd Mrs. John Schwltz of Stony Ha In, Alberta. .-'Gftorge is twenty years, old and j o.Tjfr tin to he Iiaila bad spell of'tbei by unanimous and oojec- tions to it were raised in F of Edmonton, p return to their hundred yafds he.had to stop undj rest. His nervns were shattered FOJ badly he would jump at least un- usual noiBO and'it nigntK Jin rolliiiff and to-sjinp lor two or ihtes houra aftfcr he wont to bed. Near- everj" .day ho a splitting hoad- and '3oni Rtimfta" ho s aid be thought hia head trould burrt open wilb. the pain and- he would have to EO right to bed. But the Trorst'thing ol all was tho vrzy he snffored from stomach trouble. He ate very little of anything- but it just scorned -npthtnK digest. Itc complained of'ayrful pains and cramps and many times was in siicli agony ho couldn't keop from trying out. Finally ha sot so bad that the house might sit on mrday and have a holiday-oa Men- The speaker, nowover, said that notice .be. given, if-thc memher dealrtd to move this. As there Ttas ohjettiom to. UtiB action for adjourn- ment over the holiday, it would hare TAX May 10 per FtocU dividend tax. retroactive _____ r V [to last Hatch 15, v.'as approved today i by the house iVays anJ nieann coramit- per cciit over the United Stales ftc-jice as a part of the tasatioa scheme price in order to meet American for financing soldier relief leg! i.'OEnpetitioD, The tariff ol 33H cent, explained the higher price on American goods. Put the Boys and Girls CELEBRATE KING'S BIRTHDAY JUNE 3 TORONTO, Hay tenant-Governor Lionel S. Claris has received a telegram from Thomas Mulvey. under- b-ecrolary ot state. Otlan-a, trith reference to the King's birth- day celebration, as follows is His Mahatr's wish that his birthdar should be celebrated on June 3 in overseas dontin- ions, colonies and protector- atcs. of the cere- be obsen'cd will bo le-ft to the discretion ot the Manv Resolutions Passed At. Do- S'.'iSSa.7tHu" minion Council of Health Mar council of bcaUh anil dice -.vhich A" Dominion h'a? an alteiMled. confer- -does aot Tvish any unnecessary expense to incurred. The celebration .of- Hie Majealr'e birihdiiy in.. tho United King-- domain lie oilscrrcd on June uere to stand. Mr. Maekie said Ibat he not to be tho only dissenting voice, and-lEiercfpre withdrew his objection. C. A. Gauvreau of Temiscoula, pro- tealed against the Victoria Day ad- journment, so the motion was allowed to Etand until 'toniorrow, Ktep Tariff On the budget'debate was resum- ed, H. M. Mon-at saM that oTf ho had to spcnrt most of tie time 5ir Henry Drayion had justified all Wi bed and aiarmod and rapectations which the conniry decided lo semi him to Vancourer. 1 hnrt'hnd'ot his conduct of the national :'lt was while he ivas in Yan'couvectfiliaT1ces. th'fif he heard of TaclM ajid besaii tariff question WGR taking it sod he improved so fast that in a short lirno he carae back homo again. Ar.J I'll declare. I wus nfivcr so happy in my life as when I saw him looking ro well and strong FO full of life 'and cner'er- Ho con- tinued to take Tjmlv.c anri now he is llie-Tcry pitturc o' heaith and never utters a complaint, of any kind. He t h rae hearty incsls