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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FiUDAY, NOVEMBER 19UM PAGE THIHTEJiN Not Mnch Ckancc Of Removing u Embargo OR Cattle From Canada; Scotland Asks It ____i j O------ A DeiwiaiiOAV From depuiation, recalled Uni fact that tha 'rhamW nf' was by Lftamber or Agriculture ana ;a 1595. with the express National 'Federation Of purpose of preventing spread el Association Beef; Get Traders' Canadian Answer. Their LON'DCX, Nov. Cauadjan purpose of pro dizjase In. the herds of this country. As disease non-existent in Can ada. it was unfair to maintain :m> longer what was in effect preferen- tial or prolettlva trealnient ia favor of one branch of tho ag.'lcultural in dustry, under cover of im act to 'rcmo.val.ot.tiie -existing tout disease.. ;'By. tho eat emliargo ou the Imporlatlqu of storo cattle from Canada was urged by a Joist frop the Scottish Chamber of Agriculture and ihe Nat- ional Federation of Traders' As- sociations whlct recently waited upon J-oriTiJee' of Minister :of Asrlculturc and Fisheries. r (0 director of the >f any sort or kind, the Issue being decided, purely ou Us merits as it at- ected lire interests ot tile country, aid particularly the Intop- cstt While there was, uo :agatet cattle. tUS record was of the cleau-j in the. whole world, yet the iucl- dence of the various Diseases was. so obscure, lh.e'ir vagarios BQ laJcnoite and surrouudeij wltli mystwy In every shape and. form.'Uut 1L was. not nosa- ibla to linport 'llrcatoci. from auy quartei. ot the globe .at .the saute time, Incurring a certain definite risk of disease. 'The main uolnt to ba realized was that the existing embargo coutd only be. lemoved by fresh legislation, and there, was llttje chance, under present circumstances, of the government Ine'lta consent to any such pressure. After the most careful and impartial ccusiderallon, he felt bound to agree tba.t. la Yiuw.of the ilsk iavolvc-J, the in Russia es-Per.bianent Secretary thfr Czar's Minister" of Fiuancfe: It appears lliU Bussia held the biggest gold' reserve in the world 100 millions sterling, To.-oie.et. Inter- est accouiifri'f lie i -Minister of Finance Bent to after; war had; broieu of this stuaijWr.lost'it- sea, several of t it haviu? been sunk Canadian I Kovltdiy values at thin, a haltmlUlon Gent to Stockholm Just i ho revolution. That I eft. in liussla, allowing for !n creates from tho output of' Siberian millions KM) it Iftto. th.Q bauds of II. Kerviisky: -by.far the larger part was Eeixed by tho liol- Bhevlks. Tue Bolsheviks had to pay Iu Ger- luany the treaty of Drest-Litovsk FLY WHEEL TRAVELLED 500 YARDS AND KILLED YOUNG "GIRL IN BSD A a bunting tho; 1- roof ot plauY hero early one morning recently to the j Vouw of Hunter, whoro'it'ttise4 his yomite diugi-' ter Fanny, ?uci ciiyi.'eU toe braids (con) >ne head, of her companloui mlasUe- crashed through tie floor ani) side of tbe dwet- lie's and vas fouud In tbq yard under ground- i it Nature's the body in to of id nourakmeM Mrtt that bargo'the supW'or urn wiiuiu ;u. uest; possible'security ibat sabie creased and. an increased output in moat which had surrounded these this, an.la other.CQiumodllies..would uiands and protected, them from every mean a reduction of srices to the kind of invader, disease, for benefit.ot-the .consmaeri and. he regretted. T. president of .the Nat- lo'haVo fo.'say that, In hb Judgment, ional'. federation j tiie "svliicti iiau uecu the boat? by the This route was sfgef.wards g.ivou up. and HiixAlan gnlrEfwaJa. sent-orer 'tU.R long road oC'thevfriius-SlberlaK taUwar. At 'Japanese. cruisers took It' whciice it was taken to New Xork and London. Tha total exportatlous M. chaiiijier, l aj lot A Woman's to enjoy good health. The secret it good health >j chiefly to matatxin nor, activity 3ft rtanKb, bonds liver. sSia ad kkfwys, BEECHAM'S PILLS IrcsS ____ demand for the Importe'l'article, and submitted, that the '.cklsttDg-'iillorUgs ot cattle and steels' iii uno i SJJ la was abundant'necessity for.increasing ;he store Help's Irish .Alderman F. A. Cbi, president-elect of the federation, observed that It .had been-'stated that the" embargo was mainUined In tie .Uitej'esU of Srish eiportei's, nnd contended-, that any such, preferential'll'catment was uu- justifiable. In. reply! Lord Lee reuiinded the d jp- utatlon tliat thero yery: far from being agreement on this important among the societies a.nd in- terests concerned ift UnBlaiid, Scot- land and Wales.' There had however, no political, representations would bo nrgecl by the other, side. She S at lypljled the spirit 'of P Poland "of 'sold rubles. This part of the Kues'aii hoard was afterwards surrendered by Germany Into tbe cus-. tody of Frame at the armistice, and! HOW did Ue, Banquo dej ftince. The remaining portion of the treasure held liy-lhs Soviets creased by th.e recapture of part of M. share, iflrst stored by tho BoJshqviis at Vctrcsraj, It. was traus-' {erreiV.io Moscow, It. was spUt up latp twp parts, ono goieg to Samara Kolchak. no.w pa the scene, as f Inoof Furniture Bargains for Saturda Business 'A cart weiilit 12 0, 1 bronn gelfUnz ft >ftara, weight I'M 1 6 tpot DCfer Ing lilniier 1 OIU rfitft upomij, binder Iu limning order, 1 12-inch fohn pliA, nciv Hlbsel trailer illH, oseption har row with tart 1 new 18 Mil disc drill, 1 potato digger 1 ha> 1 Stuilelisker uaton, good. as new, new 115 gnin tjtil, 1 1 tiiv jnCK" Jian IS lidrje lover f.ae eiu'ns (inil waiherj 1 forks nthor toqie; 2 sets ot.Vork lieniQa 1X0 rescue a." HIP owner ?hmg pp farming LOUIS 8CHUMSPS, Ofitnf TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH, ;