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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRILS, 1920 THE HKPAT.P PAGE OTTAWA, lipril with accepted'a retainer or fee since g leader ot the liberal party, pre- criticisms ot his war record in the hoilfa ot commoDa Tuesday. Hoa. W. Ik King, opposition leader, referring in the first place to tho statements made, that ihft had re-aided tn the Unit- ed States, said this'was not a fact. For tho ho had Vheil in tha city of QUoTTa. His relation'with- the Rockefeller. Foundation had not re- his absence from "Canada nor did It cause him to be away from this but to a slight extent.: Ho had aerer'nad eotnnverclal relations, nor No More Constipation or Blotchy Skin Wlnl i dear, healthy comptauoa, regular bowels, and perfect working All easy .to ob- ferring to deroto all his time to the work for which iie cad been chosen. Ills duty la connection with tio foundation, was to ruaka a study ot Industrie! relations. He was not 4u. tho employ of the- Stan- dard Oil Company or Hoctofeller In- erests any mo.ia that the librarian ol a Carnegie library coaM be In the em- >Ioy of Iho Carnegie Interests. He- was that be coujd pursue his Invesfl- gallons In any jart of the wofld. Mr. King stated that thu otter oBnisH your teeth with Forhan's. It' deans the teeth keeps them white and clean. If gum-shrinkage has already set in, start using Porhan's and cbmult a den- tist immediately ior special trtatrnent U.S. If your druggist cannot supply you, send f b'us direct and we will mail tube postpaid. LTD., Mmlreal FOKTHE Cuticura Talcum is Fragrant and Very Hfealthful Rockefeller, Jr. Mr. King said that he had taken part la the conciliation' work at that 'ol- Uls general i'-i'he results; bt th'c of the com- mittee which hevTrSS'ajrfl'ember had bee'n pubBshed.; W 4 to from officials of the mines stating that as a' result' of vthe-agreement 'arrived at with the striking miners more work per man per day. was being 'performed at .the mines after the settlement of lie.dispute than wasjbeing performed In any other mines oil conliilent. L .Ir. King'also read-letters froni corporations acknowledg- ing the value of advice and assistance which. >lr. King had given them in Uicif industrial troubles.'.. attou, the' Bethlehem Steel company, tho i Geuernl .'.Blectrip1 company, and other 'firms' a'cKho wiedged' assl stance In -settling Interfered with war contracts in the last few This work was all a part of his labors' as a member of.'the 'Rocke- feller Foundation, Mr. King pointed ouL Domestic Situation After reference to his work in es- tablishing industrial council; to main- tain peaceful relations Between iho Standard OH company ct Indiana and its employees and reading letters ai appreciation for bis efforts fllorig this 11 f. Kitig''clificlniled liy. a personal reference. It had been ca3d that ho was still young and a bache- lor when the war broke out. Ho was then M years of age and a few months his father vras stricken with blindnoss, while a er had to' go .Colorado fiutforing from tubercular: trouble. ..The homo support foil upon him. Apart from th'at ho-folt h'ls conscience- was indeed' Canadlau a. road for the.benefit .of.vbonduoldera living In North! con the proposed Grand Trunk Pacific line from Baltleford to Turtle- ford, but if you to give the bene- fit to settlers who. have worked In this district for 15 years In the hope of {getting a railroad line, grant the charter for the Canadian Paciflc lice from Cory to Birch Lake." thes'e words, Hon. George Tjangley, minister of' municipal affairs In the Saskstchewan cabinet, brought to a close the debate which has occu- pied th 3 II on of tho railway com- mittee of the houso of commons for two rtays. In which representatives of the residents In the territory north of North Batileford .have urgen the pros and cpna of Hues of railway jdlstricti' The copimittee'ls considering an ap- pllcatlou. made, by the Canadian Pa- cific Tor, charters lines in Alberta and and Hon! the Cory.-Blrch 'Lake. branch jj conflicted with plans which "the .gOTer'nme'nt have completed for the construction ofia line from North Battleford to Turtleford through practically. Hug Baino .territory. D. C. Coleman, representing- .thfe Canadian Paciflc, agreed with the min- ister of railways that tho construction of -.both roads would not be justified at present. Dr. Reid was1 confident that the matter could bo settled between offic- ials ot the two roads :KS- soon, as hs could arrange a meeting.. "Whe.n' Hon. J. A. Calder suggested .that jio decis- ion ba made., until negotiations could be started Pacjllc leading to. a change in survey which would take the proposed Canadian Fa- cifi c-r Railway through of a point eight'- mile's distant; as'tho It waa decided to leave .tho rrtafterjjn Ihe "committee me'etB abeyance neit'TueEdayi-. t'QR'LSVER AHS3 BOWELS 'BEIlOHEiftPSi.29 A delegation of British Brotherhood men are now touring tho Dominion from coast to coast In the interest world brotherhood, anil In he very neir future (he almn ..and objects. of the Brotherhood the Mnvemo.t will be of ths towns and cities ci Alberta. Tho delegation will spend Sunday, April 25th, In Edmonton, and will con- duct seven meetings six in tho churches and one In the Allan theatre. On the following Sunday, Mny 2nd, they will c6niiu6t sis meetings in Cal- gary.' During tho Intervening days Sir .Jllchard Winfrey, M.P., rccentli secretary .of agriculture ot the British government, accompanied .by, Rev.' I. W. WllMamnon of Toronto and Sir. It. Bell, Alberta secretary of. tho Ca- nadian .Brotherhood Federation, will visit Wetasklwln. Red Deer, Loth'- bridge and Medicine Hat. addressing cmo or more meetings In each place. Arrangements are .being made for Sir Richard: to, address a public meet- ing In Wesley-church Thursday even- ing, April.' 29 th. Sir HIc'h'ard: Winfrey will address a public meeting In Lethbridge on April 20th, in Wesley church. "Cascarets" id c-n and Bowels mtfirful Griping or Shaking. Convenient! You wake up with your Head dlear, Co'mpfcxfoh Rbsj, Breath and Stomach Biliousncai, Headache or Constipation THE YOUNG PEOPLE'S PROGRESSIVE' CLUB OF WESLEY CHURCH WiLU GIVE A PLAY ENTITLED Corners" ,_ __ IN WESLEY HALL IN AID OF MEMORIAL ORGAN FUND EVERYBODY WELCOME T ADULTS 60 CENT3 ASKS QUESTIONS ABOUT BOARD OF COMMERCE OTTAWA, April Canadian Board of Commerce Is again (o come Into the spotlight to- morrow when T. F. Casgraln, Charlo- seek to ascer- tain how many investigations have been held by tho board slnco Its for- mation; how many orders and decis- ions wero given; how many sentences or fines wero Imposed; the names of perrons sb eontcnccd or fined and tho cost of .theso proceedings. N, 8, MINISTER OF LANDS IN OVERALLS FREDKRICTON, April Dr. B. A. Smith, mln- Ister of lands, surprised tho leg- Islaturo yesterday .when ho. walked Into the houso wearing a pair of overalls. Tho minister had a coat ami vest over .the top of tho deriim trousers. Hon. Dr. Smith wore tho overalls as tho result of wager. Hfearst's Liberal Educatiori! SIR HALL CAIrlE Author of ''The 'The Womai Thou Giveit etc, whose gr-Jt new novel, Muter of is now running in Has Nature a Brain? Does thought die'when life our physical brain? Scientists say there can be no thought without a living brain. Yet, argues Maurice Maeterlinck, before the appearance of man, Nature was far more intelli- gent than we are. In the world of and fishes and insects, she had already achieved the most marvelous inventions. Nature to conceive ideas does hot need the brain of man. In fact our own brains themselves are but the' evidence of pre-existent thought Heant's for May, 35 ctHts Is. Nian Happier Without Woman? Would Victor Stowell hive happier had he never did Prince Michael Fedor. of Monte Carlo 'organize among his friends "The of a community from which women were strictly excluded? Are men really happier without women? The two novels of Milter of by Hall Caine and "THe EntraieB of- 'by' Blaico with this ques- tion. -Both these great novels have just started in Hearst's, Htant't for. May, 3S BLASCO IBANEZ 'AutKor 6f "The four Horsemen of the "Blood "Mare etc., whose Enemies of is just starting m "It was like a scene acted in a playhonie, but it put the fear of death into one who watched. The Oriental was surely the most devilish agency that ever urged the' murder of innocent men." THE By Melville Pert THE LOCH Htuit't for Does Your Ghild Eat 'A yacht Africa! Td love it, but I can't I don't do those I' she said. She lay bick in the peat chair, a ilendor almost boylih figure and yet to entirely girl." THE DERELICTIONS ,OF DOLF BT P.' Do you know that certain vegetables have remarkable' effects orr the growth and '..Health of children? That the abserice-bf some of these vegetables from 'the diet of a child may result in stunted growth or 'diseaEes' of the' nerves and 'eyes? .Read about "the" wonderful discover- ies nutrition experts have 'made. about carrbtSj sweet par- snips, beets and other vegetables and- "many other interesting facts -in Science of the Month, by Dri Henry Smith .Williams. 't--'- Htarst'i Are Ghosts Good Detectives? Has crirne ever been detected through spiritualism? Sir Arthur Conan Doyle it has. He cites as evidence a few of many cases taken from court records in America and abroad, which have been ex- plained in Use past as extraordinary coincidences or as interpositions of Providence. Read "The Mystery of the Red "The Murder of the Cornish "The Blood, Stain on the Dream 'That Prophesied a and see if you can explain them. Hearst's fnr May, 35 cents "There is a constant.shifting of position in tHe Hall ot Fame. Celebrities otvyes- are the hasbeens of'today. .The general drift is toward the back door aridt vth'e junfc wagon' in thS'alley." CHROMOS IN THE HALL OF FAME Bj Wilt Uurifi Do You Believe in Revenge? What would you do if you had been ruined by business associates and then two years later you struck it rich in Jet E. Phillips Oppchheim tell the'stpry. "The Fall of the House of Bultiwell" is the first of a series of short stories by Mr. OppHiheim, whose great novels of international intrigue and adventure are well known to readers of Hearst's. If you read "The Box With Broken you surely will not want to miss these wonderful "stories, Hearst's for Mai, 35 tenti "Her voice elicited her yellow brilliant M held him power- less. With her forefinger she made signi u though writing in Turkish or Chinese characters." THE PLACE Bj W, OF PRAYER for -Why Dp People Take Drugs? The-use of habit-forming drugs in .the'United States has grown to an alarming extent; estimated that in New York-City alon'i there arc several hundred, thousand drug addicts. The'habit'is the more.in-- sidious-because often acquired inno- cently by the unsuspecting- victirn through legitimate medical use. The only way to cope with this.terrible, warn against its awful re- sults. It this purpose that Hearst's publishes' ''Trii Conies? sions o( a Drug Hearst's fnr May, cents IF you are content with an ordinary magazine, if you are not willing to pay well, for the very best, you want Hearst's this month or any other. But if you really want the works of the world's great worcts of the world's great sure each today with the May your copy of Hearst's. In appreclition of their Canadian readers, the publishers 6! Hearst's Magazine accept Canadian money at par, thereby absorbing any exchange, and they also pay all costs o! delivery to local news dealers to enable their readers anywhere in Canada to buy Heanft Magazine at the regular price everywhere of 35 cents, as primed on the outside front corer, A Magazine with a Mission I ;