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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIE K DAILY WEDNESDAY. NOVEMHEtt 12, 191! PRICES CRASH; WALL STREET NEW YORK, Nov. In the mirkel broke with a at p.m. No group In tiel wai spired. General (HI 300 mi Crucible Steel dropped to Broken reported It was ImpoMlbie to borrow money Jt my price and ai a result rtecks were thrown overboard tor what- ever they would bring. Rails held up fairly well, but they had not shared In the rapCd of Industrials tiurlng the year. The market'was completely demarillisd in tKc last hour, when ctll money advanced to '0 per cent., the highest since the panic of 1907- Overnight ias-es of 10 to 25 points scattered throughout the list and General Motors showed a decline c( 65 points. GREAT NATIONS MUST UNDERTAKE 3URDENS OF LEAGUE OF NATIONS LONDON'. Xov. J. Dallmir. j former foreign, ininis'.er acd now lord 'presldml of the council, opening the league ol nations campaign today, de- clared ihat iho future of the UMgue would be dark Indeed, unless RU ill-? especially UriTaiti were prepared to take an equal share In the burdens the league cast upon iheii Toronto Leads With Posses Eight Million Mark WETS WON BY IN OHIO COLUMBUS, O.. Nov. Tie federal prohibliioQ ameifl- ment was defeated by Ohio volers by E mijoritr cl according to IItares is- sued arrlclftUr today Ly lhe secretarj of His Death Expected New Bnnuwrt Man Sirtd ONTOIYOEBAIE KiHbusler, Bting Organized By Treaty's Irreconcilable Foes Will Crushed TOHONTO, Nov. all th-J lo lhe Victory luaa ui> to ihioii loday arc receive J, it will be found that Ihe mark has passed. Ai iho rvmouui was 5392.212.7SS. TJiia delusive of roi'crts for and from Alborta :ind New and jfpr Tuesday from llritish Columbia In Edllionion Today Going Over and Saskatdiowaii. Nova Scotia and Prince Edvrard Island, Tho lotesl returns Irc-ra ttifi oces are as follows: British Columbia.........5 maS-IS Alberla S ucrlOAii tleamer I'obilnud, who ok to their boats wbou ibo ship was iktac last SuQjcy, havo rcporlod any siicress. At noon today, the mnrluG Bad fish- eries department hero received ivlrtless from tbe Dominion steamer Araumore. -tr.tiz; ihst she liau Ihor- oughly (be posiliou In which the .jwils ivcro supuosed 10 be without tvsuir. The belief is expressed by slitppioR men hero that the crew of Ibo I'olar- lacJ not succeed In .gelllrj, away from .tho elcuuicr beforo tlie sank. They polut out tint a severe gale was 'laj; when tho ship was reported kiiig uuil when in tattng to the boats tho crew wab undertikiuE a dan- oua task and may liave pcrislied ia UiL1 allompt. While the family wero at church a young wornan at Cblllicolhc, O., locked her father in The house and committed siiicldo by ilrowulng her- self ill (lie clslern. Findings of Geologists in This Province EDMONTON', Nov. by C. O. Siillman. presldeat, high officials of the Imperial Oil company Bra visSt- leg Edmoulon. in the arc C. O. Still- man, A. M. McQueen, Tlco-preJideni; Victor Ross, director; TV. D. Klls- .vorilt. general superintendent; T. M. j Montgomer, chief engineer; L. M. Mc- Hr. Isidow TiHar's Hoadr Nov move I Closkey and A- FleruinE, eecrctaj-v (o Glo-jcesLcr County X.B. irlile crpcct- mcn[ to ;iratl ih'e "senate'deb-te on the tog ilwlb, Liofflf of Lelp Ibat Uie bj, luting the Members of lie partj bays been I offered at random. Ilere is psrt ci a letter he ivroto to "Itep vou to publish IUT letter, so that people may know irhat Gin Pills did for ma. My caso was vcrj- Eerloua. I so sich tverr- Jjodr expected mr deatli r.ny day. llanUv. on aiKIco from friends, I and in n short a TTU5 irell and soon had Ite paisa in back b? iare.nigaled. Tbesa along TvLLh. Eciatie, ncnraigin, rhcnni- ulism, ilisziacss, coMtipiticc, itnder lumbago, .urine, teidacfce; f.qating spertj Vcfora tha tjes, kidoer- Irouble.. A conraa Gin-Pilljj .takcniat once, will gire relief, .fljrd pro-'" pesa ol iho disease, enabling1 the ergoni to Ti'ht ttcmselrcs and resloia, health.' Gin Pills Bio the sire, sure rale iras losngurated tonay bj Democrnlic leaden. A peliilon for reijuirtns bnt 16 slsnatarea for was circulated by the administration leaders and scon had more than double the nocessiry num- ber. Sonic Republican Leaders said to- touring all the way across the coun- try. They started nt Halifax about three or four Tvoeks ago and-have been visiting the there, nt Mautrcal, Sarnla. Kegina and Vancouver. Af- ter Iparlu? Edmonton, they pro- ceed home lo Toronto, stopping al for ft day. 7, S3 0.050 1EGAIA FREE RUHNINS Table Salt X Unaffected by damp or moislurc. Never A Always runs freely. 1 Male In Ontario, ircluding Toronto incuding Mont- real New Urunsrclck Nova Ecolia Princo Edward Island 3.042.S50 Toronto up to neon lodny had je- ported subscriptions of which included coairilmlcd tins morrinc- Monireal's total to'Iast ntfiht TTSS Up lo Monday night Yielorla hnJ repcrleil Vancouver Hegina, Saska- toon, J1.779.S50; 'Winnipeg, f 4i.Q; Halifax, ?4, Up 1o Saturday night Edmonton hail subscribed Calgary, "We are liere to go over the 5C.31fi.000; and up to last 'night Quc- hari I of our Keologisls in Alberta during the each Epeater's time to one cour at the present lime Ihe greater parL of the crude oil being refined in vrass'pliined that the Canada Is imported. proposal, if presented 'aro using oil from Mexi- role before neit Fri being required nnder tie rules to pile, remedy. Get a DOS fro 7-0or druggist or Jlonf .irfnndtd if no relief fonsi Bend r ffte eunple, .The NstlcmiVDrng t Cb-mical Cc. of Cuuda, Liraitcd. Toroato. lUia Bt, Baffab, N.7. 25? noL come .to lie over IQT Iwo days. Tte closure moTement proou'cer in Canada, we use crude uil from Ofclshoma. In Ibe prairie coiin- filibuster hart teen Ihe supply comes from Wyoming ganired by .the treaty's irreconclliatile foes, lo prerent rallJtcallon at Ihia session. Suit of C. M. HartlorJ falher-in-laTT, Harry Sheldon, mulii- milllon2.irc Pltlsburg steel man for tor alienating the aflecllona of Hartford's wife, f-'zs settled oa pavincul of A LUX Shampoo is a real luxury Perfect cleanliness and a re- freshing stimulant for .the scalp the best of all means for ensuring hair health. In other a LUX' shampoo. Dissolve lablespoonful' of LUX in a gallon of., very liq't water.. ivhip into B creamy Ulher, and then temper with cool water. Rub well into lhe enjoy the1 invifEOl' cleinaing icnsition. Then rinse thoroughly in fresh tepid water end dry the hair, in lhe if possible, never with heat. Lvl frotxn, jloiei. clc. J lur.J9lTdpc It glaJly ttr4 fttt m rejuuL LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED TORONTO M LUX and in Vancouver we ore compelled lo so as far as Peru'for a supply." TORONTO, Xor. mejical lealth officer reporls 2C3 easea oE smallpox in this, tiiy, an Increase ot 36 cases slnce'yesteraay. will] SVS'cs- Posed persons under quarantine. The provincial department re-ports 133 cases ontslde Toronto. CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS FuJiy90Xof theitlsind diseases from which women iuffcr are due to closing of the by waste tnd poisonous matter. Don't neglect Ihe exhaustion. At aifhf like or tiro Chiffiberfiin's Tibferi -'iti'fhtm Frork with aalnre, stimulate Ilielirer. ckir, twtj lhe hf'idflche, gently but lorcly mdit the boireh tct nilunlly. Alk TOW Draffiil for Chinlwrliial Tifcteti y. 2Se by from Ranks Third in Canndii in 191S Price Took Dig Jump OTTAWA. .Dominion bureau 'of. statistics report STIOTYS; that [he total production M creamery'.bol- ter in was pguuds valued at agaiiUl 039 pounds, value! at in 1317 and sounds, valued ;0t in 1J16.' In order of pro- duction, the flEurea for'the are ag'followa: Pounds Value Quebec Ontario Alberta......'9.021.7C5, Manitoba Saskatchewan U Nova Scotia British ColumWa -SD7.S51 New BrunswicK.. C60.010 3.02.S1S P. E. I. C41.7S1 For alt Canada l.he "aTerage .whole sale price ol buller Forks out. at about 45 cents a ndurid' agaiis't 39 cents in iSIT and 33 cents in 131G. Eiery pro- vince showed an Increase over 191.7 In lhe production ol creamery b'uller. The total production ot faclory cheeEC in pouinli valued at as againsl 134, 9P4.336 rounds, valued In 1517 and pounds, valued at m i'JlG. "Ontario anil Quebec together produced 97-per ttnl ot the total factory made clieese in Canada. In Ontario the quantity pro- duced in I31S pounds, :alued al against )S6 pounds, valued at in 1917. In Quebec the production in 31S was rounds.-valued at against' pountl3 ralneil at in. 1JI7 anil J06.750 rounds valued al n All .provinces, the ci- ccptlon ot Columbia am] gas- Vatr.ncwan, a decrease from 191? In Uie production ot ctiec'e. Ilri- tlsh Columbia from pounds, valued at In 1517, to valued nl ill 131S. irhlch made no fac- tory cheese in U'I7, produced pounds, valued al in.lSla'. The average wholeealo price factory cliecr.t for tho whole 61 Canada In works nut at cents a ponnrl ftgalnai 21 cents a pounil In 1017, and 18 ccnls In 1316. HALIFAX, N. S., Nov. of tie six ships engaged in the search :or the 43 otllcera and men of the CLOTHES AND MEN FOR YOUNG MEN WHO STAYJtfOUNG UADE IN CANADA ENGLISH DISLIKE DRY YANKS rf, grow-n'in tKe cool, dry, nch in i which pve the fragrance ind Aivour SEAL BRAND he perfect kj goodnm ar.J uKil- Scalctl lift ftpVL Ground End In %t 1 and 1 1b. tiia. At rvnywfiCTe. Wrile for "Pe'ifccl Pcifetlly 7'tlde" fVfcon I Prtss to Prshlbllion Cam- paign by Americana Oil. as a lltiuc to rklkiilj Ihu KDhlnillon cam-, directed liy thrj Am' ;n Bnglantl. Ttic ol prtsa li thai [Ills f3 the casi'tst cHscrc-illl- Ing the altempt lo make Knglan.l "dry." Some capars hare marjp .nl- laclts on the Invaders (mm the Tnt- fc4 SlfltcR, claiming the.', Knglaml can run Us own aflfllri KOBTH-WEST BISCUIT CO. LIMITr.n Foremost for Style Society Brand Clothes, because of their very high quality, naturally represent the vogue. The fine tailoring permits an expression of style that is lasting. Though copied in design by others, the inner construction is evMent by comparative appearance when new, and doubly so after wearing. Fabrics are all'wool and many of exclusive patterns. Willi Ha varied graits c; daljihg finding tfa AI.FIltU New Ywk Montical McKelvie The "2" M's McGuire Kirkham Block Lethbridge ;