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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I'UIOAY, NOVKMBEK 21, UMO THE LETHBRinGE DAILY HERALD. PAGR 1 PUBLICIST AND ACTOR The following letter lias bet-n pent to Ihe Chatnuau of Uic ArlvL-ory Coun- cil and ibo Conservation Commission, Ottawa, by Win, I'ewcc, o( Calgary, i Calgary's City Engineer and j of laboratory havo issued a vwy vain-1 report OQ the natural gas jitua- tion so far ns It effects Calgary. I Lhlnlc It you desire It. a, cop? could be obtained from City Knefnocr. Said report tuo disir- ebllltj- if not tho absolute necessity o! forthwith restricting llio use ot natural gas eolely to domestic purposes. More Than twenty years ago llie under signed urged on tho Covernmeiit tKp neces- sity of ir.akJutf such a resiricllon. Xo lime should be lost lii filviug oiled. lo It. Tiie very sorious condition ivhlcli erisied in the natural gas areas of OnlnrlOjilurmg Jauuary niid FcliruRry of 1D1S furtbor emphasized such rc- ilrlcllon. T.ic best though! [n the United Blatca has for the past Uiirly years urged lhat by National l.i'jrlplalion. natural gan Ije llinilcd lo da cues tic bill I think so far vrllh HNie effect, excepting that recently the Federal aulliorJHrs for- the UEO of nslur.il gas lor tlio manufacturing oT lamp black. at least jiorlions or Pen- Cumplamt Made of Insidious Al- tempi (o Undermine Ilrit- iiin's Work in Egypt May 19, uuiler a call cableo [rum 1'arle by rreitdent WItaoii to consider primarily tho appropilatlon bills which failed at the Eesslon end- Ing Mircli 3. Tbo principal IcgLelatlTa tchleve merits were: of tho women tuftrage constitutional amenclmeDt to Ihe elates lor ratification; the prohibition paforcemeat providing Tor en- forcement of war (Iwe sud constitut- ional iiruhlbUlun, pissed over the president's veto; providing (or return of telegraph. lelci.kono and wire lines to private government control of dyes to Jan. 15, j next; eztcDsotu of tlu- l.erer Food and I Fuel Coutrol law :u clolhlng and other and penalizing iho hoard- lnE anJ prontoi'Mng; granllog per- LOM10N. Nov. ihr, IIOUM? of j malienl rank to Utn. Pershlng; pro- Look at Tonguel Remove Poisons From Liver and Bowel-. At ttie Ipft T. O'Connor, M.P., and at the right, llcbu-rt I-oralne, the act- or, ns they appcoreil awn in from R ai (he funeral of the I late Henry Irvingj Jr. 1 ncKjlvania many years ago restricted the uso of natuuil lo iion-tai.i; par- j pasos, (lie law cna'iled Ihe Slate aulh-j Titles to do su, but Iho cmiiunipuon vas tor pur-, loscj by piping il in from Wcsl Vir-l linn on the Soulh and Oiito on the WcsL Tho-o states rtld not restrict use of gas in or exportation itxjm. lino, yt. DOW greatly regrets 'hat it did net restrict it- I do not iiiuginc lhat. it requires nnv nuJit lo sliow (he necessity of such U benis ?o artitiirahly con- ditioned for in for eouk- ng :uid parlltularly for heat- ng water Tor Imhroom I'os- sltoy It mishl veil to iiennii ils use for very powers ihrough gas etiglncs where electrical energy was nnt readily available uml also for melting anil soldering for such husi- ICSSM ai niakJng Jeucjry aud kindred cnlerpriscs. Manufacturing cslaliliElimenls and even possibly apartment blocks can alfonl- to use coal us one stoker can Tiirnlsh Uic labor necessary for the of Lwo or Ihrco such apirt- incnt. hlocks ivhlch in turn may mean (en times as many familiesr prohably inorc. To encourage Ihc insullation of cen- tral heating to be done by slcam pro- duced from coal it might he well to jtrc notice that these portions of tlic- Lowns and cities which can lie fairly hcalc.1 from a Centml atallou will afLor u HniiCed time not ;ie allowed to use natural gas, ci- llng so Jar JIB it may required lor iiurpoaes specified. Unless some such restriction on the use of natural gas is made Ihosic pop lions o[ Alberta which aro now en- joying ils use, will in a very few years without it. Hut If It was conserv cd as IL siiuiiiu ts IL would probably last for a century. a-ssunic tlmt comes "ivltliln Lhe Ecopo of tUc Council oE Scientific an-1 udustrial Hesearch and nlso the Con- jcrvalion .Commission lo bring Lhis .Uer.tp Ibe allenifon of tha parlies who siiould apply the remedy; hence Ibis Ictler lo them. Accepl "Cfllifornlo" Syrup oJ Fis for Hie name California on the package, then you arc your child. In having the beat and most harmleas laxative or physic for Iho UHle stomach, liver and liowcls Children IOTC its dcllcjoiis fruity Inste. Full directions for child's doss oh each bottle. Give it without fear. Molhcr! You must say "California.1 KilwunJ Shorit, home .u-crt'lary, refi'm-rt li> the ini ot flnii-IJr.'dsh propa- ganda with rt-fere nee tn Kgypt pur- porting lo emanate from (ho I'niieil ;mil clrculatm] htrfi tn ilic foriii nf pnitiphJels. lie thul It must diJlk-Jlt Iv Inku ac-ii-jn looking to tho suppression of nublU'allons. j lie cipblncd lhat scillllmis uit'.'rniH'C-s! anil allt-Kntlons of alrocltfes by Hrlt- Ish soMlers ivrro P.rit distributed lo newspapers In the fulii'd States by Iho proiiananda bureaus (bore; were dipped from papora and o-prJnied In (Jrcal DrttaJu as opinions xyrcsscrt by the Stnte3 news- The poveriiintut, ho salil, was -onslilcrlns acilon apulnst the auihor-i the matter -A-oula not lie dropped. vlillng for demobilizing llie army 10 basis of approilmntelf three hundred thousand meo, pendtag per- manent peace lime leglalatlon; tuth- orlitoj completion of the raUways In Alaita; continuing war lime pastporl restrictions ao to pre- vent in Joflui of radical aliens; len appropriation aggregating about also were passed. Thla Included for tho railway nuirtrtuoa; 4172.000.000 for the nnny; for Ihc navy and a undry clTll budget ol C. A. Kollt has resigned his posi- tion as Kerrelary ot tbe Industrial DB- partment of ihe V. M. C. of Alberta and B. C. to accept, the position of AB3odate InduslrJal Becrelnry for Oregon and Idaho. Ho was the first local and ihe first territorial Indus- trial secretary la Canada. SI. matter should tie left with With object in liillon amngirig for tbe the harbor property to the Domlai gGTernnienl under certain conditio was passed, Tbo terms agrted upon were th4M submitted by the Dominion house u4 proTided (or tho payment of 000 lo the city. The ferry property km to be retained fay ihe city. The to the properly telnp drawn but the eeuvejiscs [t not lo be llre uiitll vote ot the cltlcen ST. JOHN. N'.D., Nor. city commLi'sioiiera yesterday took the Mrs! stadia Jo ascertain the wish a a of the pttjplo in regard lo the transfer ot the harbor facilities and placing them under a federal com nil ss '.on. There were objections to tbe scheme, but Ihe commissioners decided that Warren Lewis, who has of sugnr beet i three mtlea from Milan. Mich., finds It to g-t belp to top them three miles for one man and tva women, conreys them boih vajt aad pays Item (25 a day. Nov. A. Guer- llnp ol Vancouver, B.C., -ivas the speak- er of the afternoon at yeslcnlny'a meeting of the chamber ot commerce. Mr. Guertln'a plea was for the closer development ot (radc relations ti'c twcen the Jirovlnce of his birlL ami Uie ono wlilch lie has chosen for his life's worfc. He poinleil lo (ho Tact that the United States control ne all of the' western trade, the rjo.isif Uca of wlilch, he said, apparently havo been overlooked by the eastern p o! Canada, Ho spoke al some' length of the nalnral resources or the west, Ihoss ol British bla. Ho deplored the fad thai In tlic capitalization ot various promising In- dustries o[ liis adopted prorlncc cast- Canada, anil particularly CJtiebcc, holding the metropolis o[ the counlryT has not taken the Initiative but ha loft It, (o in ihu Unlleil Slates. The Bpenher Busgfesicd an excursion Lo the west coast cities hy "members of Ihe eliamhCT of commerce, assuring hl3 audience of a. rousing reception iti Vancouver. NUXATED IRON A DRIVING FORCE 0EHIND KEEN SUCCESSFUL MEN AND WOMEN When you lliink of the successful him and women you who are doing things wonh find .that they force, vim and the kind that simply brim over whtn the blood ia filled with iron. NiiMtcd Iron ty enriching thft blood and creating new red blood cells, cna the nerves. Tebuilds Ihe weakened tissues and .helps to instill renewed force and energy into the whole system. Three million people uss it an- nually as a tonic, strength and blood-builder. MAKE THIS TEST See how long you can work or how far you cafl ivaifc without becoming lircd; next take Iwo fivc- tablets of N'uxalcd Iron Jlircc limes' per ('ay after meals (or two weeks. Then test your Mringth again anil sec how much you have Numbers of ncrvoMs, people were arlfng all have most astorj- iiliinffly incrrascd their slrcnclh snu endurance iiinplx by taking iron in the proper form. FOR 6ALE BY J. D. HIGINBOTHAM.i CO., LTD. Fine Showing By B. C- -Fruit! District- Venison Hunters Get Small Takings Troro Our Own Coircsnondtnl) CIIKSTON, R.C.. Nov. re- urns frorn llie and canvassers >n tlic Victory loin, 1319, that vrortli of these Ecciiriiics were liy residents of the Crestou alley. All told Iliere were about. 200 iurcliQEe5, maklns the crerafje buy [ust a liilte under The t bond solil was fnr 520.000, while Lhero i were twenty buyers of hoii. inil two eacli of two, three and I tlsonsin'I-dolltir In ISIS tlie rallcy ISO buyers for a. grand j tola! Special mcintion is I due Kitchener, a iiolnt with a .school! attendance of less iban twenty pupils, where almost of bonds were urOiased. Tho Ilrst sitting of Ihe county courl of KaoLcnay lhat was ever held in Creslon took ylacc yesterday, ivith Juilgo Forlnr o[ Nelson, presiding. Two cases were up lor bearing. Now :bal a lawyer is permanently located here It la expected quarterly sittings of (lie court will be held. Provincial lload Foreman Moore, of Kaslo, Is hero lUls week nit Inspection of Ihe roail rul-orf at Goat River on ivhlch Contractor Hunt la pulling OB Ihe finishing toucli-, es. When liis bll oE road is put shape In the spring auto traffic Irom prairie points will have a pood highway with easy grfides into CreMon. Goal Mountain Waterworks Co. isj taking advanlnge of the mild irenth- cr (his week lo re-lay (.he yipc line along Rose avenue. In the past FL half-inch main has supplied the rcsl- dcnta on the iivunuo, but recent resi- dential add it ton liavc necessitated Ihe putting In of n four-inch main. This will give'the school an .excellent, water supply, something Hint WHS not hith- erto always in evidence, 11 articularly in the winter. Creslon VVomcifs Insliditc Is hav- ing Miss Olive Hayes, Lhe well-known Jl.C. domestic science expert, pay CrcsLon a Ihrce-dny visit next week giving ailernoou and cveniriE lectures and demonstrations Jn en lining nni] Ury cleaning. All the Methodist pcistora In East Koolcnay will bo Ores ton visitors next we E'K, s peak'n 5 at a six-niglil serios of cvnngclJslic nieelinga In tho Creston church In with tho Forward Movement. Karh of Ihc Proles (ant dtnoniinalions licrc have an objective of In cnmp.iign. Tho mill! weather rain accom- panlmonl which lias prevailed Elnco Saturday has taken oft all Lhe snow, mucli to tfio chaEr.'n of (he deer bunt- fio far the lake oC venison had been the IfglitcsL for almost halt a flozen year's, though cluck anrt geese shooting is the best in ihc valley's ICggs have rcnclicil SO cents a dozen rclall, tho highest price ever rccorrted In (his part ot Koolc- nay, and with prospect of slill h'lpher. Vnllcy ponllry 13 ol leafil a month lute In starting the fall and winter ugs-lnylng cnmpaien. A new ten-liorscpowcr cngfno 13 Ire- Ins Inslallctl at llio rccktn moving nicluro ihcalro to supply tlic Juice for .llic picture machine as '.veil ns Ihc' house, The six-horsepower ma- cMuo first InsUllerl was found loo small lo adeciuatcly hnmlle Iho need cd supply of light. An expfiil from Is he-re making llio 1ns tall tlon. of the (Jirce stores Ift lown got In half a (on of sugar ycslcrdny acconil conaignmcnl of similar size lo reach here In over Iwo monlha. WASHINGTON, Nor. coiifilrlcrallon of the troaly ol Ver- sailles was Ihc outstanding event of; the firnt session of tiwi Gfith congress first In nix fn which Repub- licans have rkilli considerable Important IcKlBlallon was complc-lcil nnf[ many oihcr meaau'rc.i prepared for nhposal when the regular niGctlnc hpglna Dec, 1. Tho session cloalr.; lodBy-wag COB> AT 315 t. s. FRED THAELL 315 St- On sale at Regular 550.00. OD sale al Men's Overcoats 47.00 43.00 40.00 37.00 35.00 32.00 30.00 26.50 24.00 On sate at Regular On sala at Regular J43.00. On at Regular S10.00. On I'ale at Regular 37.00. Ori sale at Regular f 35.00. 'On sale al JUsular S30.00. On sale at Men's All Woo! Heavy Pants. On sale at Men's Heavy Grey Work Hose.....39c Black Pant Overalls, size 40. To clear Men's Pullover Sweat- ers, heavy weight. On sale Men's Work Gloves, big discount on all lines. Men's Dress Shirts, soft cnffi, regular On sale at Rftular (S3 Oil. On sale at Men's Suits 52.00 50.00 47.00 42.00 41.00 37.50 32.00 26.50 21.00 On Bale Eogular {55.00. On sale at Jlegular J 5 0.00. On aalo al ReRulur (4S.OD. On sale al On ealfi at negular JiC.OO. 'On sale al Regular ?36.M. On Gale at Regular J30.00. On site at Heavy Ribbed Wool Combinations, form fitting. Regular On saie at Plain Grey Worsted Pants. On sale at 5 Young Men's Overcoats 32 to 34. To be sold at cost. Medium Weir'r Wool: Combinations. Reg- ular On uk at......... 14.85 Up On Your Toes What 2 thing it is to be1 fit! To be not merely free from actual sickness, but to be well, absolutely to have the inentnl vim, stamina, vigor, which go with physical well-being. But you can't be if constipation is constantly breeding poisons, which are lakcn into the blood and undermine the. whole system. The modern treatment for constipation is Nujol. The action of Nujol is entirely .different from that of castor oil, pills, salts, etc. Nujo] is pleasant to take and does not force and weaken the system, nor im- pair digestion. Nujol prt. tntj conifipatioii because it softens the food waste arid encourages the intestinal muscles to act naturally. It thus removes the cause of constipation and self-poisoning. Nujol helps Nilture establish easy, thor-. ough bowel evacuation nt regular inter- healthiest habit in the world. Get a bottle from your druggist today., Fur Valvallt kiallk "ThirtV Feet of aliiriii Nujol'Labbratoriei, Sundird Oil .Co. 50 Broadway, I in sioltj bttlrl tTreJ, Mart i fitrt. Bnuart if frsJutti r.-pnunijj ii it tki tami ai Ta 'aief iiiffir frim lubilituin. Nui Ol For Constipation SICKNESS PREVENTION ;