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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN THE DAILY MONDAY. NOVEMBER 15.1930 RUSTY ASKS A QUESTION- By W. This truth to al! the worfd I'd Cireod falls to overreach. Monday Has Been Fixed For The Hearing by the Rail way'Commission At mere mention of fit hickory i nuts Rusty the Fox Squirrel laushedj right out. 'Sammy Jay .pretended'to iuul: surprised, hut his eyes twinkled] more than ever. dp you wonder if Ciattoreri raectloned fat hickory '.Kusty. i "Because: when 1 leit him a litllej while zgo ho appeared to worrlefi over the loss of some. 1 heard i feim say that ijomo one had stolen] replied Sammy Jay, looking; innocent "1 thought he might .have mentioned them to you." TJid h.9 say 1 stole demand-i ed.rtusly sharply, and 'now there was] no in his eyes. replied Sairimy, "he didn't say you had stolon thciu. but ho said EOICCJ one had Td ne "was very anxious to I Jmow If viu had left the Green For-1 ost Busty's eyes snapped. "I'm a stran- ger Ijere in (he Green Forest, but I hope not to bo long, Mr. he he- gan. Call me BammK everyhody else does interrupted Sammy Jay.. Rusty grinned. "All right, "I like the Green Korest, aud about made lip ray here and make my homo here.1 But be- I do thig-I want to' ask you a :question. ySarrtmv Jay looked interested. He interested., "Go he re- plied What Is it" 'Who owus the.nuis in the Green Forest' asked Rusty. whoever gets th'em firct replied Sammy Jay a bit slowly. Do mean by that that no. one them until they have been picked 'up and carried continued fcaminv nodded he re- plied Wh> do you replied Rusty "I want ;to he sure. I don't want to make any .mistake's if I Where J caine from Oibiriuts belong to those j-nho arc smart enough to find''them 'and work to get them. 1 supposed it was 50 hero I have always, understood it Is one of Old Mother Nature's everjvihere There the replication filed by the counsel for..-'the of Manitoba but if is anticipated .that all bodies represented 16 the previous hearings of the. case' will again b? to the settle-1 al'ssion and discussed .wits them the ;stlon reached i epresenled. loarcl will ation of other matters covered in the government's reference back, to tlie :ommissionqrs until and ither argument- Iri support; of the lemand from the west for K suspen. :Ion of the rates has been._heardv The It will be" rricailed, irovided for a modification of the lew rates as from January. 1921. and t is regarded as Improbable that he board will have lime, to holtl the necessary hearings and issue a new udgment before that date. X 'MAKJE.BIG HAUL of whiskey thieves Delayed by number- 25 Cornpo NEWARK, N. J., Nov. band the early loday, broke open in the south Broad street railroad yards hero and stole 5SS cases of whiskey antl 44 -barrels of alcohol. Thn whis- key is valued nt and the al- cohol at, The loot waa car- ried, off In .motor trucks after a rail- road policeman had been kidnapped. The'robbers emptied" two freight cars, and were breaking Into the thlnl car when police surprised them.' Tho i police feared to open fire on the rob- Stetle, ths Change of I00" la darkness lest they might t oiucie, i 'v Life 1 tad hot flashes, was nervous, run down, and had eiek headaches for two or 'three days it a time. I took Lydia E. Pinkhiun'a Vege- table Compound and I am much stronger and better in every way than I was. My daughter's health broke down last June from teaching B school Kilhout n ind she has Lvdn B Pinfcham's (Compound ana J o Biocd Hediciae with good S'lo is rriuch better and now an j 1 give voitr tncilicine tho praise Yo i are welcome to usij jthis fetter for the benefit of other snf- F. I'H Ho J iteele Ala. yFo-oen wno suffer ai Mrs. did hesitat- to give this famous rcot Iwrb rtrrcdy. B. Pink- Imm's-VcEetahle Compound; a tt tn4 that is wWtantJy pjbli 'Md3 beyond question that itl isgrendo d remc-iy liurelluvedinucb suffering Ftrcoifiiltnt tl write LyillaK. t'mknani Co.. Lvnn, Kits. Jr- reiult ut their forty yeara'txptij. enco re Bl found ono another and in that followed the thieves escaped. Musteirjle Loosens Up Those Out Pain Youl! khov; why thousands usa Musterpie once you experience the glal relief it Get a jar at once from the n cares! drug 6to ej It h a dejn, white oint- ment, mads with (he oil of mustard (Better than piaster and dots not Mister, Brings case and comfort wrile it is being rubbed on I Hustere'e fa recommended by miny MUlionsofjirjaro tsf d annually for bronchitis, c roup st! fi ted matia-i, ILmbago, pains ind aches of (ha back or jpirts, Eprains, sore muscles, (it often prevents, PIONEER ENGINEER DEAD MOOSB JAW, Nov. W. Palfrey, pioneer C. P. H. engineer who suffered a paralytic stroke ek ago, died lrt the General Hospl tal Ihia morning. THREE DAYS A WEEK HlDDEFOim, Maine, Nov. pcppcrell and York .Cotton mills, em Iiloyih'g 6.000, today Inaugurated a working 'schedule of thrfifi week until further notice. For some weeks the Pepperell mills have been ninnlns only four days a week. Tho York milts'-have been on full llmo it Is not likely: that' the a date for- the 'consider- was aoclded that the Canadian vas'announced today at a session! tho department of tho 'he Fiume regency ot militia and defense, would act as summoned by- the commander. The reasons why 'the settlement- was oh- set forth In a corn- unique which read "The, governm'ciit ot the Italian re- gency ut Quaruero is unable to re- cognize the right of the delegates who met at, Hapailo to determine the con- fines-of without mission of delegates from that regency; The-; regency therefore decided that the findings .of. the napallb confer- ence aro unacceptable and Meanwhile b'Annunziu is calling councils of war ,auti proccKlins with the occupation of territory ceded to the Jugo-Siavs by the ilapalld agree; raent; A. R. Davidson Met Bruin Face to Face in lialter's Recep- ;Uon Room MANITOBA MAY -TAKE LEGAL ACTION WINNIPEG. 'Nov. The Manl- agerits of the War Graves Commission in doing the work. The commission is operating under a royal charter, and not the Imperial but also the governments of the dominions par- ticipate in its .work, .the expenses be- ing tho.varlous countries in proportion to the number', of their dead. As far as Canada is concerned, the work of the commission will consist largely in marking graves of soldiers with appropriate headstones and ar: ranging that they be cared for. It is not the intention'to'more bodies or to gather thc-m into but where a number of them are buried in one place; it may be possible to 'provide sbine central memorial to mark the spot, iij addition to the headstones. As in FrancV and Bel- gium, where the cotntnisslon'has been operating for some time, the. keynote in the marking of graves will be equality and uniformity of treatment for all. The rank of a soldier will toha government may institute legal m.-ke absolutely no difference In the action before the supreme coort of ,ocition oj, marki llis Canada to secure control of the- nat- ural resources, of the province, Hon. Ed'.vard Brown, provincial treasurer declared in an interview today.'.'Court In-Lethhridgo there are altogether twenty soldiers' graves in public and in CathoKc cemeter- Proyince.' Harvested Bushels'From Total of Acres (Edmonton Journal.) Alberta's, potato crop this year Is. DOW estimated by the department 'of agriculture nt hushels. Tho area in crop was' reported >t about acres and the" yield 'per aero 125 bushels'. Shipments of potatoes Crom the Ed- monton district, are now. well way, and it is staled that about 200 carloads havb already been, sent' to prairie and United States .markets. Winnipeg has' absorbed a considerable proportion exports and is expected to furnish a large part of thc'market, during .tlie' fall and winter. udnothing I took did metartood. I read ahxwt ud> triMtaem. AOerUkiof of this frail jrices, I'im-BCPWt rattrelj wtR'1 iUdame ROSpA FOBIZ. EOc.' bar, 6 Vor J2.aj, tritj BW Se. AC uealera or lend trcJt-a-aTet Limited. Otim. The price prevail ng during fortnight hashed! 75 cents per bushel in bulk and 85 cents In .Some trouble been reported In the potato market this season on the score of poor keeping, qualities. A number of the growers. It seems, har- vested and shipped '-their crop too early, for, fear of. frost, the pota- toes have in these cases reached the market In art Immature condition, with the result that they -have had a bad reputation at the other- end of the line: No. difliculty has been reported In cases where the p'otatoes were stor- ed in p if 8 'and ripened before Ehlppjog, the quality being in general first class.' MRS. MacSWINEY OBTAINS PASSPORT TO U. 8. WASHINGTON, NOT. -15. Terence widow ot lato Ixird Mayor todaj, cabled the Committee of Oaf Hrtn- dred Investigating the Irish .iiuntion she had obtained a pMBJort ud would sail Noieaber 2 expected. luntins big game have their thance. Thai is, the law allows them to'.sallr !orlh unhindered in qflcst of their isarts' dusire. Some oh.- ect, some don't. Some search in vaih quest for even signs of moose, or bear, or deer, or goat. Others fare forth to complete triumph, in.soms cases even 'ailing upon their game awares. Such a case was thai of A.'H. David- son, of the provincial department of agriculture in Edmonton. Mr. David- son had gone out '-to -the St. Paul de district. 'From camp ha had gono out alone ono' day and as luck favored him he struck' the trail of hear. Following the'acent for a dis- tance It hunter right up to a pile of brnsli, and while poking around to flntl ou_t what .was what he suddenly round 'himself sinking he-j neath the surface Into a pit at the hot-j torn of which he landed 'amidst a show- er of broken branches.and, dirt. there was light enough' to eniiblo him I to see'about him thatj the pit was really the.tlen of thu bcari FDODDS whoso trail he had Just been pursuing, i And the was at homo right' lituu as well. However, tho unexpoc'eil ar.d un- welcome visitor icst no tliue i-J recov- ering his Eelf.possessipn.anil getting busy. The finale was soon reached after a shot or two well aimed at such Memorial Unveiled Amf aml -Nr- Daviiiso'h rmin.i T c ic U' Hiunseif Hie conqueror of t line 500- IO French Soldiers p6und ho hoar, which ho erenluall? Of Western Canada ha.i broushtjnto whwo it maao a good display in a Jasper Ave- nue meat market for s'vV.ilfi. bn.bto the liaj been erected si to tho memory nf tho 1'rojicll Western Canada. TON BRITISH, SHIP TO GO UNDER FLAG; FIRST SINQE I893J NEW YORK. Nov. 17.221! Ion British ship KinriukiMa. v.'hlch! since her coastructiim in ha3 been running In Ihc Alfantlc transport i lEMBt'flt'fll. Mcaithv teeth c.innot live in diseased tiiSuc. 1'iuaii tainttrl with I'yorrhea t'oriictonly the teeth tTnns ccep inti? the hrxly, Iwir its vitality and TO FIX MAXIMUM PRICE FOR'COAL OTTAWA, Nov. fuel administrators under the terms of an order of the Railway board today arc given Ihe power, subject to tho approval of the government of the province, to fix and determine in case of need the maximum1 prices at which any or all classes or grades of fuel may be- dis- tributed and sold within a municipal- ity. This" action has been deemed necessary, owing to .the coal situation nrsome communities from which com- plaints'have been-received as to the prices charged. A silrvej- Is being made this week of outlying points with a viow to de- termining just where there may be any nerious shortage. Generally speaking the coal situa- tion Is still regarded as bclnf; quite satisfactory. The larger cities have all demonstrated an ability to lake care of themselves, but In a number of smaller places, dealers have not, been so successful-in securing neces- sary supplies of fuel. JT is usually a brteder of; ulcer- DOMINION C. B. Q. ated inflamed tonsils, Bromide and Quinine} Tablets. You.can on tlieee tablets to give you quick relief, and Jo completely relieve the if taken regularrj-at tie outset of the trouble. _ They are prepared BREAK UP COLDS_g by National Drug and Chemical attacks of neuralgia, bronchitis, i grippe, influenza and pneumonia. A cold.'is a 'dangerous, deadly with which, you cannot afford to. Do.not let a cold develop into anything more serious. Break it Up ivliile it is still a cold by-taking Company of Canada, limited, And sold by yf SIX MONTHS SENTENCE JAW, Kov. Fra5er and'Jack Dnnald, two men clulming to come from Xew Bruns- r.-lck. who wer.T caught a. local of- fice at midnight on Friday by a city I conslablo .were six months each! in llesinn jail at hard laDor by magistrate .this morning. has; VorX-Hamhiirg scrvicn. It will bn the limn a rf ship, of morn (ban 10.Mfl (pas hesn transferred to Amfirk'fjn rcg'stry1 since when a rpccia! act of congress the Xcr York anil! Paris, tho littler now Hie Philadelphia were transferred. BAD FIRE NEAR TORONTO TORONTO. Nov, home, of providence fnrm near hero was tlsll- ed at midnight by a fire which des- troyed Ihfl bsrris, 22 head 'of cattle, three colls arid !ho whols season's crop. The losr was about SIS 000 of whlcli Ir. covered by Insurance. 3ELL ONTARIO BONDS .TOIiONTO. Xov. for a provincial bond issue ot raemorial which were' ope-rfcl liy Hon. I'eler Si: Ronlfuco.-1 Smith, provincial (rctuufer, and Ibe hid pf ..Wood Qiihdy or.rl jompf.liy, To- rAnthn. at v.'as ucceptc'd', Ths irtiii; Is at I'M' .unveiled on Endorses Arroicnment X3f o'jt of five i'ii over fo-tj :t r cd ciicdt its' f'C in nr.d tu'.cl (he gtmu lliy, th: tc'.lh white and cl ysy have hr.dcr or bleeding guinci rtsrt it If mis oircudy Ki h, use accord to directions', nnd consult a dentist r- fncdrl 3oc and 60c tubes in Canada aiw i U.S. K your druggist cannot supply you, price lo ua direct and we will Jiail Ur. J. H. (Jrisdnlc, Hcpuly Minister of AgrlniiKure, who deprecates the Knsilsh rtmiht nf Ihe health nt the Battle nnd declaren thai the embargo la.not fair. Your Dainty Silks, Georgette or Crepe always.give an'idea1 of quality, how to keep them dainty! That problem is. solved. Your daintiest garments pan always ;be kept beautiful and fresh by washing with Lux. The pu'te Lux fiakcs will not hurt' anything that itself will hot hurt.', Care of Dainty Clolha'.t with for washing and tthtf choice articles sail frtten meifrt of name ana address to LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED TORONTO, ONT. ;