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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, 19IU Tin; DAILY HERALD. PAC1R NINtS U. S. Delegates Will Sign Unless Instructed (o Contrary Be- fore Then PA HIS, Nov. United States delegates to HIP ionrerenci1. not having received Instructions lo The L-outrary, will algn tte UuJgarlan licaro treaty, unless there ure new ilOTclopmeats before TbursJar. The tcrcinoiiy, which will be much simpler than those al. Versailles and St. tier- iii.iin hill take plate in the mayor's nflUe ai Frank h. Polk, under- 1 suLTctarj" of state, will alRn for the Cecil II. HurniBworth, llrlllsh under-secretory for foreign QI- faira, for Urcst brltaln; Sir Cloorgc IT. Perley, Canadian Irish- commissioner [orCanaria; Andrew Fisher- Australian high comiuteslouGr In Lon: don', Australia; Andrew lilanket- Lurg, "for'South Africa; Thomas Me- THE BATTLE WON 'Confidence in your physician or [he Ionic that he may prescribe, hall the bailie won; The cppsistent use oi _ r- eaves Tuesday ror Sever.il Tunclions at Hali- fax in. His Honor EMULSION jways begets confidence in those: who.take it. Scott's. 15 a tonic-nutrient recora- i mended by physicians everywhere. Let 3COTT'S belp y you win your battle agtinrt -weakneie. OsL LATE W. P. RYRIE, brother of Mr. James Hyrie. promin- l'cd Io of suus cm Mason, who was found dead iu Ms awakenlrs city Inal ill ipariinent ID TorooJo. Konile, N'ow Zealand's high, connnis- sloncr In London, lor New Zealand; Baron Van den Heuvel Tor nclglum; Victor A'ntoneseo, Rumanian minister to Franco, aud Gen. Coanrta, foreign minister for Rumania. anJ M. Treum- bHch, fromcr Serbian jiremlcr, aud M. Xclger for Jugo-Slavia. M. StainbuliwIsVy, 1ho Hulgarlan premier, whose credenLlals were veri- fied loJay al the (oreiyn oflicc, will B.lgr. for Bulgaria.- X. S.. N'ov. 20-Thia ornlng through u heavy mlsi which cleared a1., ay into sunlight, the of returned to Halifax for a Carting sight of slioros of Canada. It was about eight o'clock when (he Renown Ihruurlcd its -way to ihu har- bor which it lefl nearly ihrcc months The Renown's anchor was drop loJtl .lie I'rincc [tad come. At o'cScck tl.c Prince grc-etcil Ills excellency, ilio governor-gene ml. who arrived In Halifax lust evening to bid farewell to Lhc Prin-.-e At Ihe Hon. McCalUim Gnint, lieutenant-governor or N'ova Scotia, went on board tho Heroin to welcome the L'riticc ia the name ot tho prov- ince. IIis Royal Highness Juncho board. Jlis program lor Ihe problematical. IDE TORIES OF _ Happily Stopped When Ho Began To Take "Frull-a-tiyes" 3 CTTATA Uili, P. Q. year, I suP.tro.l Khen- being forced in iUy in bed for months. 1 all iiiuls of mciTioinc without rclivf aiul thought 1 '.TO'ilJ nnvcr be aUo lo walk again. One (.lay lyiir; ia f read "J'rxil-a-tii'rs" Vhc great fruit in? ardilscemeil juil what I Jitc-itcMl, so I lo Iry it. The first box helped tntl ard I look the tablets reguhr.y until cri-iy tmccof the Khciirmtiini kit me." MARKETS heavy on the market today, Iho rcrorj bf'lng cattle. 67 hogs and 193 f shet-jj. The market was n lively one j and for extra choke sieers the top j luotcd was J1J.50; choice cona brought early .Ja the morning j JlS.'a for select togs, but by noon! v the packers were giving only 116.00 Ic up for July. Barley closed u iJQc. bos.G for IrialsizeSoc. At all dealers or postpaid by Vruit-a-iivcs l.iiuiled, Oiuwi. as Lho right of Tul organization, the workers belonging to ono of these rtntps nnd employed In another, to- Bother with their families." Ahno-i from tbe opening of confcrflncc reciproplty in workers' rights has pressed by Oino IlaliJcsci, Ual- workers' delegate. There lieBitar-ey In prutoedlng cd for higher for Ue-1 comber and l-2c higher for May. i t Flax closet 7c lonrer for November; t lOc down (or December and So lower lor May. Hyp dosed 1 l-2c higher for) December acl 5-Sc up for May. Winnipeg Markett. Open, December May....... July....... November DectJiber .May....... November December ,-May....... I December H I May.............. ic L Cash Prices 2 C.V... No. 3 Kilra Xa 1 feed No. 1 feed.. 82 ft BARLEY No. a FLAX- NO, i x. iv. c. N'o. 2 CAV...495 New York Stocks YORK. Nov. p. R. 146 1-2; United Stales tcel. 105; Vnlled Siates Sicel prc- Toronto Livestock J TORONTO. Nov. In btorc Rcctlpts ShlpmcDts, .ate..... Kail Ia store.......... Receipts............ Shipments, lake..... Hall RYE- ID .storo............. Receipts........... Shtpmonta, lake..... Jlall 39.P13 1S5.SS3 6J.527 IU.933 45.113 146.517 S2H 512 500 4SO 499 145 selling at quotallons. Heavy beer steers, J12.00 i.o choice butcher sicers. JJ2.05 (o J12.T6; choice fjutcher heifers, J11.2S In I choice butcher cows, J9.25 to 910.50; j 1 canncrs nnd cullers. ?5 lo SS.75; KOOJ i butcher bulls, ?9.2a to SlO.SO; good feeding steers J9.50 to J10.50; good, j I stackers, ?S.25 to J9. i Calf receipts 350; calf trade Is ui-1 Irhtnigert with ?alP3 at JIG lo ?18 (or I choice plufT. Choice milk cows J125 I to choice Bprlnpers. J100 to1 WOMEN OF Ncwl Help to Paw Criiu Safe- tliat Lyiu L Pink- kim'ij Vegetable CompoimA S5 i No 2 eed Feed Xo. 3 C.W...463 was ith AL o'clock occurs the first dcf- adrnVlleJIy so dllferonl, but inUe event ol the day.- -when jChar.cs ,Vrchlhllil, mfo of the Mrs Vancouver Lawyer's Views of Seditious Conspiracy Charge Against Winnipeg Sinkers lient of tlio Dank of N'ova Hcoila, willi iE'Vc. a.darfaiil in_lipoor.oI.ithR Prince ber'ro-iidencc. Tliis uvcniiiff (he Dominion will ;iyc a rlinner in the Prince's honor al Halifax Club. The.details arc iu bands of. Sir Joseph" I'opc, undar- y of" stale. At 10 o'clock cpnseis (.he flate, ball at govcnimenl It Is believed lUat ailil persons will bo -present The .luncheon on Uie-Rcnotvii be lie' icnly fonnal Incident of the day, Tlie Prince will leavr for Eng- land a L sunrise. l [ulorrtsil Xo. 2 C. WIN'NIPEO; Nov. the! Ill- fdictinenl of: sedilious ncalnsl the eight strlko ieadera'were full of annniolles .and failed to connect Die' accused spccltlcally'Villi ;the' nl- leged. constirncy, was the aVgunierit put forward'by Robert CasslUy, X.C. of Vancouver, IcaiiiDg counsel for" the Winnipeg Livestock Nov. (Dominion j commitico eventually LivesLock Receipts over the NIP.draft convention vriih bul u-cek-end and tbls'mominE Un- receipts, IJie Jamb mar-; ket Is 25r higher, a few lambs selling j at J14.40; ewes, J7 to to J14.W. HoRs.Tecelpts 5.140; prices are un- steady lad ay, hut packers arn csjiect- heavy trade later. FtJ cod wat-i erert class selects, lights. J14.7S; 515.75; sows. to GRAIN STOCKS Leen accomplished.1 Tho commltteo on uiicmploynicnt' bidding for selects fed and-wai- also have other drafi cretl, a decline of 50 ccnis from Ihe reservations and resolutions to sub- week-end' dose, irblle prospects arc mil to QIC conference.. I that a further decline will lake place. Sheep and Iamb quotations are St. tbis morning lor good quality ipilaliVng iheir time during the dull' stulT. Good lambs were being-weighed season, received a daily, income'from i up from lo" while good ilO lo by catchliiK Bhriinp, wliicb snecp diabEcd hands at ?9.00. Calgiry Livcsiock CALGARY, Nov. were ire running in big "schools this aut- umn. used consist- enlly.O. 'As it hirdcasjthe purai the ttrelhhecome sh' your teeth' wi 111 Forhan's: U cleans the teeth saeniifically teeps ttiemSvhite End ;If SMin'shriniface'Kas already set in, stcirt using Forhan's Knd consult a dep- Jfic jicd-'fiOc luiies. All IjTD.T- 'Monlroal. Cau THE GUMS tlie board of grain cotnmlEsloncrs tor Canada on Saturday: WHEAT- ID store Receipts 2.650.16n Shipments, lake...... Rail In store Receipts Ehipraohts, lake "Dnri to jla annoying s, had u ol grippe which Uisted All.winUr tnd.left me in coeditlon. I hit it times that 1 would neverbewelluiln. I rend of Lydli U. Pinkham'j Vege- table Ompound and what it did fof ivornen piuinj through of Life, EO[ toldmf doc lor I try it gain in and the annoying Bymptoms diti appeared and your Vegetable Compound nas made Dia I. well, strong worqan Ko I do all rny own housework.' I 'ciannot recommend Lydia E. Pinlcham'i Vege- table Conponnd too highly lo wotnea pacing through the-Change ot Life." Wrs.FRiKX UENSO.V, 1316 S. Onfetdt St, Urbana, 111. Women who Buffer from DerroBnww, "heat backeche, headaches and "the blues" anould try thii f amooi root and herb rercsdr, L-dia B. bam't VejreUbla Compound. New November Numbers of in form and fliai iiicy-shouM ins'-'Jhfs -'coavcntlin 'or acceding-to for oJl tha the Ihp draft convention provides Flrikc. "shall reciprocally admit to the beue-" 3Ir. Cassldy took cxccplloft to the fits of ihe laws and regulalions hav- In the Indictment thal-thn irg rcgaril to labor protection, well sjinpathelic strike linlairful. It was not unlawful, he said, althougli ionic things that were .done during Hie strike might have been ED. These however, he stated, would j have to ba shown in the indictment. He summed up his con- tGnllons against the Indictment, in the following wanner: "The first count lacked ihn neces- sr.ry jiarliculars, the next five wcro the same slory as the first anrt Inst was again the same old story i-.vilh tho exception thai "a common nuisanco7 was inclufled, a charge that could not stand. The C. TurnlniH Knitting Co. have opened a liranch in Elora- Railroad Man Was All 3un.Dpv Feels Fine Since Tanlac" Built Him Up. TO THE AGED men and.'.vumcn gel past iniddlo lite their energy and flctlvlly, (n. lo decline, nnd tnelr t'crtcral. is on the iViiiio. Jieart auiiorj fs U'Snk sniil nutl niora 'or less -hiiilc sfckneFseg nnrlr'ailniciitj seem Imrucr to lhan rbrmerly, jiihtl here and Ihoro evidences ''of ii'brc'uhclQlvii licgln lb apjlca'r. TJiOaC ivlio wisli To imiinlatn their lical'.h and vigor, and rctRin their energy uiiln.pTvircd, shoultl use MILBURN'S HEART AND NERVE PILLS Tliey u'lH help lo keep Hie (Ires ot youth nglow, prevent rlcbi.ily nnd'flccnr, ward otf the inOnUl nntl physical decrepitude of art- vnnclns years. hey brace un and iiivigoralc llic ncrvquj sysloin, Mmptovp. (he memory, make Ibc licnrt beat strong nnd rCfiUlnr. and Impart such a HUDBC of biioyarcjr to the ent.ro lliRt, though ycara may be creeping on. (bo. spirHe and energies may bo. kept youuj; nnd vlgoroiis. Hftarl and Nerv Slnrc, nnrl Warner by >frg, N. rlch.-A'- From La. Scab Grand Opera, Milan; 'to South America and the New York Metropolitan Opera House, Charles Hackcu's musical progress has been con- tinuous triumph! through ihe important. operatic centers of three. continents. He has now selected Columbia Records as the mediun> for expressing his art. to the widest possible public. -v TccoRidenttmCielo" Hii Bifirtt Mctrvraliua Hit V Hear this exquisite ana frprn Rossini's 'Barber of Seville, which gave Hackeu >i.s first grcai opportunity at his Metropolitan .Opera ..premier. ,yj; I'Toltin ef Vui >ad Miatnv two 'vivid songi on a tingle record Nori chance 10 snow'- ,_- her amazing. incharicierstudy From in Iriih Southern a, jump, but it's just ------'-libui itylark for Fox-Tiot, Tntre. Drop Down in 1 'lorf Aitona Sir jin. Ira. ft fr Fol- Ini, Intro. Dijik h Dili a Once Kcrre, Tha Sf Jui Bftad, Wi f- hlJUl ritre. Unp IncMroUl br CnpbrH Jolson Aafe" Who Played ntas H.ckerf.l Hit Hactttt has. found the true inner this ot tender sympathy from Puccini's LsBofajrif, Rosa Ponselle in "O Patria Mia" Verdi never had 4 mort heavenly interpreter of Atda's hopeless longing for home than Ponsclle in this heart-broken outpouring of 49557-1.1.50 Trot.' Bill; Up GfttM to JWf. 9IM _____ lAnrxriia FMTIT. Swv, rau-rv. AJ7ST, fl.V) Udr Tt 4 TM vn-fcnVf UK (I S.r TTiftt No Feftr Shill UiU, Fci-Tict. [n huto'. OrehMn. A InUo. ShtrVV. Orchntn. -Whtn'-John Smith went away omcbody mutt have fed the kitiy So AJ melodiously to a of disorder, brinp Jownche ''Who played poker with Coupled with "AlcxanderS Band ii Back in Dixie- by Harry Fox. A-m'7-Mt led RUicclui. tuts, Ml MM Gtl ike Niw COLUMBIA Novelty Record Booklet Dfafir Hffll I Ftrerdl crt r u COLUMBIA SlmnJftJ Hoditt Mrtretcirtm Om HM cbnlrfM u rf Ai Hxrvclnw Open Hmxi Allll, lliiulillM, kM H..J.H. Willz, Intro. Orchcitra. A IhM b rhlr, 3-CiriHriUn: M.rit; CcfimH. Onenlra IHialtllK Nta Ktctrii m Sail. 201k Evtrr Month al mil COLUMBIA GRAPHOrnONE CO. Toronto "OKI What a. Pal Was biKaid foni ihit't makinf one on record. "Hforf Burr airtft the appealing wordi and btfii- tiTuI mtUdy with nixne and tender CoupW with "Waiting" (from "Liiten THE KENNY ALLIN Co., Umited Next to Dallas Hotel Phone 1478 frica SmUnt H Clmgl WjOmd The Drug-Book ;