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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 17, 1920 TttK MAIM' MD PAGE NINE Quebec Fau.ners Appear Before the Tariff Inquiry at Montreal MOSTIUAL II H Cle- ment president ot the Uuiled er> ot Quebec, nnt adept Ugh CdHddroihfti of bifa_ onicers. John: C.MJcColllTOij-a'farmer oi Labelle to submit fa by Sir Hcsry cm raised In the wflllep statement pre- to TariK Commission here by. tho organization Mr ilcCollum said that prices fo fauns hig dlsy-lti sreatly ad K( How do sni) I-'.TO.- "v the I la a poor con-, sni) farm-: rs cmnot afford la iuos for labor and itloii." "Don't >ou gist a good asked 3lr Henry.' answered the witness, "of course ..we get a good living but we arc too Ured most ot the time to en- oy idded that ha was uuxious a hts.lpt to go to some place Kheni nls would have a better itue scti his EOS a fceUer education, al- be lived within "a mile of a school. A dtsc-QBsioa on direct taxation Col- lowed in. which ,the witness showivl that he was unaware of wealthy men were actually paying in the way tucuuid toS hUn'.to oonje back to tho TO HOI-PfTAL FOR CONSUMPTIVES -OOOM llitles' we'ror-.ifrt greatly ..aGccteJ by Tho Uret snow .storm ot tied up and tho tho storm. Incomlnj;, hbwevoi'.'j ..i...- J.j wora-liadjy interfered "with. 'Up Oar? N, Y., Nov. the towns and cities iu tbe Caa- ediau United States Niagara dis- tricts unprepared.' Street car lines on the l-nited Suites age of coiil is causing reaj. Weakness of Continental Ex- change To Be In- 'fleDnitely Continued some m'oro "definite i you. Ideas I ilo not Know rap) led Mr McCo' lura but there baa been a (crrlble d intuuatel that the' Searing would be; eoyuied to ihe .Nov.' ire few Indications of cny Improvement in the exclianss coii cjitiojs SB between Europwa couc- IHcs ana uud the United Slates, according to'tbe boct advice? receded here. Dvtalled reports of tie pT the tinaiicial con- ference of the allied govcnunebte held in Brussels'Eorao Umo .ago and aljjicw York is Also liadlv which Canada was represented by Hoi'. -Hugh. Gulhrle, give HtUc jadi- of -SB Improvement In mone- tarv in continental- coun- fries. The startling fact was regaled iu HOKNELL, N. Y.. Nov. tho imblic nuance report submitted i crn .York Is digeitig nselt out to the conference that three out 'rom a heW blanket four nations rcprcBCDtcd at tho con- .to find wire Icrence will have a budget deficit this hadlr crippled byjthe Sturm, train ser- year which means that i vl'-a and coal bins still j In Iho second year alter Iho cess- ation of hostilities. It was also Eiiowii at the conference Communication Interfered With I it broke telephone and lelesranh wires and stalled all trains during tho nis'nl. j The promise lhat. a carload of coal I would he" received here loday to be I irs1 yrcacrlptlons they are receiving tii the one exception being Great Ilritain.. fins is condition of affairs which means a further decrease in the pur- ehaao poorer of the continent, "which- H J Svmlnston I is not paying Its way and Iu still print' couasel tor the Maniloha money for the'purpose ot spend- foi the aimpens on o( tho rates 1 he 11 ig more: ilmh It has'actually got. go'veiniAent of Sieiatchewan. throush 'Under these circumstances, it Is Us counsel, D'Arcy Sc'ott. subsetiuen't said by'Dnanclal surprise tions are this year spendlag more quickly a qucrc' untO jou Irj hnme mile Yoxrn never con h ran canoiicrcil 111 fiinous ilil ATIJ one Us cowrhc 3 ill 'l> rnj all tnat- the iinnicdiato relief i nJtnoH 111 c mu It fnkc b il n mnntrt to prop-ire an I really t1 ire i nothin e to f c r .InioiilGo Lnlt'c on 11. of UJLR n hi pin in 63 ptp to ninKo 10 curccs Or 311 in clnniinl Tnolnifccfi lionet or corn pi suinr I itlicr granted i JA.ICI, AV-O yrup !nc' Una thirds of uc effccttsc ivnicd tg tho dale of MrYSvuiicgUm's applica- tion asked that a date be fixed for a further hearing -of the matter on'iinued. points on tbe Judgment hy Chief Commissioner Carvell vast referred to the board by Hie gov- ernment. j i Mr Siott now tbat he be allowed to join ilr bjmmgton I i In presenting evidence and arguments j I ou tuoso points and nis request be granted This ireaua that tlie case will reviewed the board In all yriit icrjits aspects at the bearing.whlch open: NOremher 2! ucci.1 bo felt if lae weakness of you- exchange is indefinitely diil lion like it ion can feel tins i It holil The government IQ its reference ot elim- the Canadian Rail iger Pays Eighth Dividend TIMMINS, Ont., Nov. Hoi linger CoiisoJIdatecl dtvide'nt] of one per cent, payable Doccnibcr 1. Is the eighth to bo mafle' this year bj- tbat 1 cslmj fie mcmb inca in JT-aya as a factor in tha railway ntes 'company-and.malice of dtl the nir i Itiromp'l lonums I siiuaiim The suggestion was also "O3 Another dlvld notice the nl Icgin IJilii MW' dlSdpnP-lr L athcr -A dij 4 u e i ill in trd i at or a bpluilll criminatic" t "houlsl be- gouo Into In regard to the 'alter tuirgestion the argument .'toward: the end" ot o i, "at and the which-it made will bring 1 s an 1 bron j Waa ad nuccd by coun el for the rail 1 ,t betbre the-oroi tract the most rtlribio rtmeo thrt it ind cnt fo 1 ui'nitiU i for 21 o cf Pn ex 5 on 1 dnr t accent inct on or moi reunited 1 lie Pines Co Toronto, before the-govoi not JM9, The RTeragf yifilfl pnr nrvc for las. year and KS husJiyla, the (leccii- ni.'J r.voroso for the 1910-10. provinccti the yicht per arro ia above the rjct.ennial average the nmrHfno provinces, Qitehftc niul Ontario, In t Albartn i.i rho orny with above the i piirliculiii'ly yiw iioluto season, lie i i if-yeruge sioltl heln.T only 91 J 1 per cere ycAi'. had a liualicl'n liiis i last year a j lief Kris obtained. Hearing of yolif inost marvelous rerac-Jy slio tlceiJed give it a Irinl and I nni glad to say one bottJG has made her You arc at liberty to- use my nanio aai slioyl'l he only loo pleased fo answer rtjiy inquiries. Sincerely John of'lhU letter Seen :il St., Toronto. JTVm't aJlon- a cosigh or fo liuijnr with von. Away with it! Ifail Mi.tturp ccmyii .Tills remedy ncveif i', (hi ('Very bottle is a icfiinn1 Iho moiiey if IKjhyft nro ibhg< 10iv front yoiir SOLD UETHBRiDCE BV THfc MMO Order N wonder Player's are the most popular cigarette, in the Old they are here! Among discriminahng smokers it is universally agreed that Player's are unequalled for their smoothness and delightful aroma. Jwo 35' ;