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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE I'OUR NOYEMDKU 21, 101'J She Hlbcrtn DAILY AND WEEKLY lifhi al Versailles, the late of Uie Treaty laust ue gall anil wormwood. lie IF. as events are at present, plac- ed In the I'osiSlou of having to place his fondled darlLDfi _ in Ihe lethal chamber some eleventh buur action en his part develops. I t and Publishers -----THE LCTHBRIOGE HERALD MINTING COMPANY. LIMITED tth Street Ssiith, tethbrlgoa _ f A.' Biichanac iDd Hacaglnfi Director Torrance Lluslness 'Monigc: TELEPHONES Office l Office In Hurry to (Jet Away to Dig Stock Show, Huncher Has Auto Accident CFrom Our Own HAVMON'D. Nov. SI. Steed, ji'it I-.IM i'i IILI> mv[ wiiii spectacle cf a such as the hivo proved a accident CAM CLEANED Raided All (he Tubs and Barrels At Travcrsr-Brcnk in Irri- gation Dilch CFVom Our Oivn TRAVEHS, Nov. 17.--Seven buudrod So fir as ihe finaj ratification, of ifie Peace Treaiy Is concerned, the action of the Static, as deiermiried br the Secite, will not prevent So long as it is rallied bv of ihe principal Allies, the lorrualiiics of niUficJiion br Germany, tho co-nes inio lorcp I hivedt-r oT pure-bred Short- head of caule came ibraujrh Tnsvers irxao inio lone. whose silL1.iloj just before (he worm. Kiders who this reiii.i taerc be the slraage jvsl Oasi c! Itaymoiid, met wltii had taken cattle to herd for the summer bringing them back. They camped Just ouls'de of town but the fence did 1101 hold HLCUJ, as they bad beta two days without water. Tubs And larrols In town ivere soon enipiled as the herd looX posses' Audit Bureau cf Circulations i Staics. which entered laio Ihe war with the spirit of the well known phrase ol saving ihe world (or demo- cracy, unintentional though ii may be, sIvinR iho defeated nation which essayed its overthrow socielhlnj; in rte war of a ilk-Ser ol dope and eii- conrasenienl in the apparent warn of among Iho Allies in establishing Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per .....I .15 Dally, 'delivered, per year .....7.50. Dally, by mall, per year 5.1-1 i (he means of ensuring tho suppression by mall, per" year...... any aspirations In the way of JgMhIy, by mail, per yeaMo U.S.JJ.OU -Nov. (lizard ol'clty.' railway commissioners bare given __ ;ju.dfiiucut In Iho. mailer ot special It-Li understood IhaV-Uon J. A. tariffs" govern teg tho weighing j Catder baVgone soulh'to'vlslt Premier of carloAj truUlc audl allowances from Uorden. Irack scale weights anj cancellation of the allowance, ol pounds dun- nage of aErlcuUural'implements, mach- ScuMor Peter McUiron of Perih, Out.'] who'dled n-Icw months ago, left Lacrjr. stoves, street cars, vehicles In jau'oolate valued at fl.052 box or sttfck care. The umtter camel before, the bo.ini In Toronto lu April, Sir Sam Hughes is mahlug a Lour 1911. when the late Chief Commission-through Ihe west, talons to Ortmco cr av B cr Maytwee directed thai tho effbctiVGrgaiherlngs.' tiate of 'Iho proposed tariff be post- poned, Commissioner Goodovo, In a Judg- iuce. When the Raymond returns he will have with him ino remarkably fine Shorthorn sires. Some jd'sirict, and coal stock-breeder j quality. concurred la by Chief Commis- sioner -Cnrrell and Commissioner Doycer ruled that there should be a dunnage'allowance of C50 pounds per car on shipments of the fort-going goods, provided that In no case should there be less than tho established minimum rato charged. The commissioner also Eels forth thai he sees no reason why [ho samo rule should not also apply Ecnerally to acid In carboys, also to such other articles as may require dunnage pro- tection durlcg shipment. Is of a number one I CLEAN THE FURNACE cicans, the grestcr has been lost in [jrrii. ago "he haught from E. The 'Jones, of IU., two bulls. Tom Creighton lins returned home from tho North country where he has been hauling grain. Tba hard-time dance given by the [he American paorilfr HEAT Soot hag "an ImBorlant bearing on tho conservation of licat. While much has been said and written regarding Iho necessity for economy of feul, this question of "foot, equally Important from Iho householder's standpoint, has been rather overlooked. Since the coal supply Is limited, It (3 absolutely essential that Iho maximum quantity of heat obtainable from the fuel be through a famous Mr. -Elmer Paulson returned from eiamination of many iclina of the Senate' we will' A fortune (J6.0001 was paid (or G.W.V.A. on the eleventn was a great IP 2 rteretCul one LO' ihe vasi'maloriiv a male- .success fii'Epite of cold wealher and le to the MLU majonl) :ind JQT a bart roads_ Mrj Tom Surfcru JIr> by ihe name or "Stakeholder." "Trou- Potter winning the gentlemen's ranks o[ the adlierenls of the Bomh tadour" is an especially well-bred bull, auw Miss Hell, ol Lomond and Afrs. ani 'Johnwii sroup, (o whom fate "Placeholder" ia his grandfather, go- McLean, of Travere. Iho ladles' prize. of the. in iheir .firm" and nn-[ compromising, altitude be1 tidings ol JJoy. To of the British Empire' and the .world .'of .the Allies, the feel- belwcon ihe President am] the jn5 be one ot. acute'disappoiiit- oyer Ihe League Is lo b-j ment 'aad iheir srmpatQies caunoi not only a rarly fiebt, or one'-broughl j but-go to President "Wilson in all thai about by considerations of foreign! ha hoped to acnieve. policy, bnt the time worn conflict I as lo {he rights of the and i Congress which do uol appear to be R' C' M' P' clearly defined. This is made appar- ent by ihe reservation, in regard to Article X. ot. the covenant of the League by the1 Republicans on Lhe': Foreign Relations Committee, giving' Congress power to withdraw the Unl- IN1 LETHBRIDGE The Dejection .of headquarters' ior-.UHf'oreanizeA Royal ilotmted: 'ii "35' the Police, is question all reason may. n ted from "the" ThbTs f arlouslr. ..The .qaesllpn including such sires as Mai Walton. Jupiter and Avondale. "Troupndour" i is le.i.g ?liown