Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EiGirr THE LETHimiDGE DAILY TUESDAY, OCTOBER H 1019 Otu. Ort I'he authorities yesierday found .he 1 tlggest illic'.L slit! evur in operation i in Canada acd some ol mammoth affairs (o it fuauu in iutr; moantatns ol the I'niiet) Jt WM discovered at ihe home of ;i barber. Frederick Su Juhrv. in vil- lage in this coanty. .7 miles west ol St. Caihnrnes. It is believed ibis f5 iho suurve of thousaiids o( gallons of illitii wlm'-iy which has been coruln? irom iht wesi for tome time. The boiler fa cocneciioii riiJi ibc dill so largo anJ hcav.r [hai ii took sli meu 10 tarry ti, acA there were great pipes r. to ihe Si. John, who is a reiurutJ sollier. t is aboal 25 ye.tr: old. ro-1 maaded. Ottnn. lit Scplciter I aa ple-aaed to holder of a Isu r-gs I tfellghud to find that In i you have Tax Saving Stamps on aie.ilar-to fp ie hdve Jn England. 1 rlfh tho rar Savings "campaign etery sir Herbert B.' Chiirtaa Jas. K. Holland, who ts await leg iriM in Cornwall on a charse of vr.Uog threatening let- ten, attempted to commit suicide by banging himself frooj ihe bars ol bis cell. THAT COLD IS DANGEROUS Don't wait Till you are Sorry. When jou out oF sorts, shivery, headachy, don11 KRLL till you ace bid tp io bed before you take action to remedy these tbiagf. Chillf, achy ire Nature's trainings. Gel ftomelhiQg to clear out TOUT system, coo! the blood, exterminate the There u coining so quick and reliable as Dominion C. i lands Bromide Qniniae Tablets. Dociioion C. B. Q. cures a cold in a few Iiours lakes the headache TOU feel fit, wet a bar of Dominion C. H. Q. fo-day. Keep it on band. You never tnow when von might urn! it. At ill druggiiis.'in Ilic Bed Eo.t. Made by that ircll-tnoira and thoroughly reltable firm The Xition.il Drug i Co. of Canada, limited. Domraon Faciimile of the leller aent'to the Chairman of the Nations! War Savings Committee by His Royal Highness the Prince of Walec, at the time he. purchased in Ottawa a Canadian War Savings Cer- tificate containing the full number oE ten War Savings Stamps, PARIS. Oct. Freoch sen- ate today ratified the peace treaty i and also the Franco-British and Fran- co-American defense treaties. Tie voie on Deace u-ealj irith Germany was 217 for ratification, j none against and one Senator DeUbaje. The vote for j the adoption or tfie ratification ol the tiro defense treaties was unanimous, nil of the 21S votes being casl In Its 1 favor. i Only the formal act of the French eicculive Is now required to bring i eflect the second ratification of (ho three required ratifications by i principal allied and associated powers, i Great Britain having already com- pleted Its ratiltcation- For carrying concealed weapons, i Fred Culler vas fined 510 in the Lon- ;don police court. FARMERS' BUSINESS For. the past H years, this Bank has given particular attention to the business of Fanners. We have helped many over the rough places, and have aided many more to the plane of success. We are prepared to extend you every aid Within legitimate banking practice. _ Come in at any time and talk over your affairs with us. Youlare always welcome. MERCHANTS DANK Hud Office QF CANADA Established 1B04, LETHSRIDGE BRMiCH, R. J. DINNING, Manaeer. D. R. MacKAY, Manager. BARONS AND NQBLF.FORD BRANCHES, M. A. KILPATRICK, Managtr. Is Now in Calgary Moeling W. W. Cory on the Latter Question TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Convenience, security and economy are secured by the use of Travellers' Cheques issued by this Bauk. They enable the bear- er to identify himself aud arc readily converted into thj current coin of any foreign country. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LETHER1D1E BRANCH R.T. BRYMNEK, Mtn.gel WARNER BRANCH......J. H.S. GORDON, Manager -MILK RIVER BRANCH J. V.STEEL, Man.gci Cockshutt Potato Diggers Large Capacity, Ample Power, Pcrfecl Separation. The liberal use of high carbon steel In Ihe construction of this machine Is a guarantee ol long life, low upkeep coat and the reduc- tion of annoying field delays to a minimum. A. SMEATON Agent for CockthuU Implements. 1262 1at Avenue South Phone 6S9 The Dread of Fire If you liavc npt already isgured your Dwelling anil Furniture, fihone or mall us V-leller (oJay ssklng UB lo call on you and ills cusa Iho matter. WB your atlcnllon Uie ertat Increase value In'recent years whkh aliould lie prolccled by correspindlnB Iricrease In your insurance. The British .Canadian Trust Co. WASHINGTON, Oct. AnUciyal- in? attacks on the constitutionality ot the war lime and constitutional pro- hibition cnforctniCDl legislation. At- torney-General Palmer will prepare an opinion which will ba submitted to the White House before the bill becomes w. The prohibition. bills enactment of which completed yesterday by irhea Ilic house adopted (he conference report. Is made law either by the president's signature or auto- matically, should his illness prevent him from it within 10 days. BURNED STEAMER REBUILT HALIFAX, N. S., Oct. steamer Lake Manitoba burned at Montreal, Aug. 1, while taking on a cargo o[ fuel oil and was twist- ed almost out of shape by the heat. has been rebuilt at the Halifax ship- yards and will sail for Philadelphia on Sunday (o load for a European port. Her name has been changed to Iver Heath and she Is owned by j the Iver Heath company, a subsidiary ol the Bishop Formerly she passenger eieain- er. buL is now delusively a freight carrier, with a gross tonnage of tons. CapL Green, is in command. A creiy was taken on by, him today. SEARCH FOR LOST PILOTS ST. LOUIS, avail- able agencies In Canada and the Unit rd States, H vras said here today, requested to aid in the search, for Carl and Lieut. Ed- ward J. Brerhayden, pilot and aid oi the one of the 10 entries of the national championship balloon race, which started from hero Oct. 1, end which, according to a telegram, was founl wrecked in Lafc3 Ilur Tour days later. CALGAHV. Oel, Doiiifuioii provincial Roverunicnts will render aid lo Alberts fanners ihe droutb-btrlck- en areas, to a i niaJe Saturday inornins Premier j Charles Stewart, who bad jiisi urrlrcd in Calgary from OUMta. The premier uUo thai in Ciise bolh the federal govcnni-fut aad iLe C.P.R. failed lo lake over or buy the Djiivfg.in and ll.C. KnU- way. ihat Ihe govcrnuioni undoubiedly would take lo meci tho iuleresl on tbc guaraniced bonds of bolh ihe K.D. anil ll.C. ami the A. and Mr. he could not give "olf hand" what Ihe lolal ot thi? Interest would bt for the lust payment, but that money for it would bo i-alscd in the "usual way." In resartl to aid for farmers in the drouth-stricken .ire.is, "Mr. Stew- arl said that had been found m road construction, nod In other ways. for ihose people. M'liich would be In cppralion freeze-up. Gi course, it was rccoKuiied that something alter then would have to be done, aud ar- ransemcnls were now being made tweoa ihe Dominion and provincial soveraments to give this liaauclal In reply lo a question, the premier stated (hat no actual amount had as yet beoo mentioned and eacb casa would, of course, be dtall wllh on its own merits. Provision would also be made in connection with seed gram next spring. To Irrigation The prera'.er slated that he had como lo Calvary principally to dis- cuss the question of irrigation with Cory, deputy mlnisler ol the interior, and others. In referring to ihis matter he slated (hat necessary legislation would be adopted con- jointly by the Dominion and provin- cial governments Io meet Ihe situa- tion in Southern Alberta. "1 am con- he said, "that this matter will be satisfactorily handled." BRITISH DELEGATES (stale la llie home? the I we for Montreal. It had been earlier an- TO LABOR CONFERENCEjeovernmcnl dtlegMes to the 'nlerna- nounced lluit tuc BrEilsh dokfatlon. Monal convenilou oponlng at Washing- wllh ihe exception of Arthur I lender WANTS TO KNOW COST OF NOVITIATE PROBE Harris Co. Declares Order Re ducjng Doing Indus- Injury HOME-MADE BREAD Home bread-making reduces the high cost; living by lessening the amount of expensive meats required to supply the necessary nourishment to the body. The increased value oi bread made in trie home with ROYAL YEAST CAKES should be sufficient incentive to the thoughtful housewife to give this important food item the Attention to which it is justly entitled. Bread made with Royal Yeast will keep fresh and moist longer than that made with any other. Made in Canada I.O.VDON. OCT. X. Harries, minister without prrilollo. unrt Sir Malcolm Delvinge. uuder-secretary of ton October 39, sailed on ihc .M.I'., sail on the Maurc- steamer Scandinavian Trooi Liverpool' tauta on October 15. OTTAWA. Oct. Turgcon, Gloucester, hag given notice lliat be will ask in the house of commons on Tuesday as to Ihe total coat of the Guelph nOTitialu Inquiry. H- A. Mac- Xle, EduioDion, baa a question asking it the titles tesolution from parlia- ment has not resulted fn no recogni- tion being given to o.Tlcers who served ID Canada throughout the war with credit and distinction. TORONTO, Oct. packers had another hearing before the board of commerce this-morrrng. J. E, ilc Lean, appearing for the Harris Abal loir Company, asked permission to place before the board an-enlargemen of the statements made at Ihe lag hearing. He said he thought it inadvisable! that the order of October 15, reducing prices, should go into effect. "We bellfcTe you nre trying to help the public, but the order does Injyry to our they said. "Why was this date Judee said October 15 iras chosen because on that date the prices :olncldcd. He said there vras plenty jf time to again hear the packers' ar- gument, before the order should oto effect. Mr. McLean said that though hogs wero selling tlie same on two dales n spring and autumn, it did not follow .hat hog prorlucts should sell at the same rate. He produced figures to prove his argument contending that .he cost OL production had gone up. Ho, said prices were determined by the situation at the moment. WILL ORGANIZE FLYING OPERATIONS OTTAWA, Oct. 11. Lieut-Col. Robert Lcckle, who hag Juat been ap- pointed superintendent of flying oper- ations under the air board, will re- turn to Canada at once to take up bis duties. Appointments as secretary of !he air hoard and as superintendent ol Ine certificate branch are expected to ie made within a few days. 3T5 FIFTH STREET S. EXECUTORS LETHBRIOCE, ALBERTA DANES WILL TAKE PART COPENHAGEN. Oct. union representatives will lake part in the coming International labor conference In Washington tinder cer- tain conditions, It developed today. The Danish representatives will In- sist that the German find Austrian delegates bo Insured equal rights wllh the rpprtsentallves of the allied and neutral nations. Canada Extends Them and Thus Maintains Her Markets For Surplus FoodalulTs. WILL ASK QUESTIONS Credit is that which the wheels of commerce go round. When you pifs a dollar bill over the counter for the purchase of Rupplles for your larder you arc eimply utiliz- ing Iho credit sy-teni of tho world. Without the treillt system tho dollar I till would hp, useless. I Groat HrlUIn needs food. The ducers of foodstuffs In Canada require ON RAILWAV MATTERS inafkst for (heir prwluco. Bui Oreal Britain lias not enough cash available OTTAWA, Oct. ques- tions figure largely In the notices of motions for the coming week. P. F. Casgraln, CJiarveloli-MDnlmorencl. has given notice of Inquiries for Tuesday next: A3 to the total reccipls ol thfe Cana- dian Northern Hallway elnte It ban been operate'! by the government. What amount the government claims the Orand Trunk fiyslem owes. And the amount of subsld'fts paid lo thr tlrand Trunk rlurlng tho last 1.T years. Jieforc leaving (.'laudc Hamilton, Prince of Walts, Vancouver cquorry of presented II. the o presene I.Iachson, manager of thn Hole! Van- lo pay for the food of which she la In need. In n less Advanced age, under tho circumstances, fihe would prob- ably have lo go without; bul tortay we have the system ot credit. To cslab- Hflh tho necessary cre'dll for Greal Tlrllaln, Canada Is asking the people to flithscrlhe lo the Victory 1019 Hy subscribing you help finil a markc (or Iho Immtnac surplus amount ol Canada produce (his rnarkct1, which 'cxisU only across thi FOM.''. 'f Hrr a to roufsclf anil to yoor country fiy iirfVldifig' crpdll for the Iniytrs of our snrplus ,v high nclioo] girl at Martin's Ke Ohio, never having aflcnilancc- couver. wkfi a scarf pin containing at school In her life, refused to allow the lettnr "K" in golrl anil a hrnXen Jaw, the result of an auto rd by Ihr: ot lliy prince's acridont. tfi her auay Irom the crt.-t In iilalinnin. Jaily sossioli.s. In 1875, Lydia E. Pinkham of Lynn, Mass., gathered and dried the roots and herbs which she used in the now famous Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, from the fields and forests, then steeped them on her kitchen stove and filled a Few bollles at a time, to alleviate the suffering of her women friends, neigh- bors and acquaintances, and the success of this medicine was unparalleled. After 44 Years These illustrations show the present method by which vast quantises of this well-known remedy are produced and from exactly kind of roots and variousIicrbiusedareof the finest quality, and gathered at the liine. ihcir medicinal strength is ihe highest. ihe herbs are properly ground and mixed, the. medicinal properties are exlracled by soaking in large stone jars, covered. the extract is drained through percolators, acting somewhat like a coSee percola'or. insure a thoroughly pure medicine, it is carefully pasteurized by heal in special apparatus, and uotlled hoi. Throughout ihe entire process, from ihe crude herb to ihe finished medicine in exactness are the watch-words. The Reliability of Testimohials Guaranteed The testimonials published by the Lydia E. Pinkham Medi- cine Company cpme to them unsolicited. Never knowingly have they published an untruthful letter, never is a letter published without the written consent of the writer. The reason that thousands of women from all parts of the co_un- try write such, grateful letters is that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has brought health and happiness into iheir lives, once burdened wilh pain and illness. It is easy to realize how these poor, suffering women feel when restored to health; and their keen desire lo help other, women who are suiTering as .they did. Ailing Women Should Try herbs used by Mrs. Pinkham in the beginning.