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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FEBRUARY THE IJiTFRRTiHlE HBKALD CURLING Action Taken Because N. Y. Limits Price of Admission to Measly LOS ANGELE3, fifteen-round bout between Jack Dempwy, heavyweight champion, and Willard, former cham- plon, scheduled for March 17 In New York, has been Indefinitely fxttponed, rt was announced here by Dempeey. Dempsey .said ha had reefthtd a telegram from New York frem his manager, Jack Kcarna, an- nouncing the Indefinite postpone- ment of the match, Hs said he had received no de- tailed reasons, but ft was beesuae of the ralrng'eT the New York Boxing Communion limiting the price of idmiselM to HEADQUARTERS FOR LANDIS CHICAGO, Feb. i for Judge K. il. Landis, u high com- mlaaioner of baseball, were opened in L a suite of rooms in a Michigan avenue J oullding today. He expects to be 1 ready to transact baseball there loon. Comment on the plans of the commission in dealinqfVlth tha indicted White Sox players was re- fused by Judge Landis, but he did say that the country would he searched for evidence, and that any sum neces- sary would .bo spent to get tho facts. Homm-made Remedy Caught Quickly You micrlifc be surprised to know that the best thing you can for A cough, is a remedy which is easily pre- pared at home in iust a few momenta. Its cheap, but for prompt it beats anything else you ever tried. Usu- ally stops the ordinary coujih or elicit cold m 24 hours. Tastia pleasant, children like it U pure and pood. 1 Pour zya ounces of Piutx in a 16-oz. bottle; then fill it up with plain ftranu- Uted sufftr syrup. Or uso clarified mo- lasses, honey, or corn syrup, instead of sugar syrup, if desired. Thus you mtike 16 family coat- ing no more than a small bottle of ready-made cough syrup. And aa medicine, there really nothing better to bo had at any It noes ricrhi to and pives lajsttosr relief. It promptly heals tho inflamed membranes that lino the tli mat-and :kir pasugeg, stops the annoying 'tlirbat 'tickle, loosens the phlegm, ajul soon your coupli stops en- tirely, Spfendid for bronchitis, croup, noarsencFs 'and- bronchial asthma. Pinex ia sr higlily .concentrated pound of Norway pine extract, famous" for ita he.aHn? effect-on the membranes. To avffid disappointment ask your cirueejst for "2% ounces of Pincx" with directions and don't accept anything Guaranteed to give absolute Rfitls-' faction er moneV" refunded. The Co., Toronto, Ont. NOT FUSS IH MMDROT Musterole Works Without the Quicker There's DO sense in mixing t of masUrxl flour tnd water when you can essfly relieve pain, corewis or DOS witi a little dean, white Mvisterole. k made of pure oil at mustard in4 otier helpful combined far the form of the present white ouUmeqt. It tikes the place oi nmttrd plssteri. tnd will not Mister. Musterole usually fives prompt relief from sore throat bronchitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache, congestion, pleurisy.rheuma- tism, himbafiO. and aches of the back or Moil, sprains, sore frosted feel; colds of the chesfcOt prevents k oj tkt Tho eurllai busy Each sO keen in the two now will tw to fours by Thursday nlsJW, tad the consolation ramjwUOon vill start Fridar alfbt with two draws, 7 sad S o'clock. The draws tsr Wednesday and Thursday are as feUovs: Wsdnesday Duff Scott. Crawfert TS. NelMB McNabb. Fact TM, Majrs, 9. L. Tkursday Cbtrk TSV Bail TS. Duff or Scott. Carhanrr AIM, 0. Shoawrd. WtaMra at Btawart TS. Crawford TS. or FeeA, Fttttm tt Taber who is atteadhui BUotMIrtsW conrcntton, hroucbt rlBkii tt rtalt the rink Tuesday erehlaaT. The hoofers and the supply >e> went to tee for a tough same. The hoofers by Patterson put tht supply men Into clear. They re- qvlred an umpire, referee and judge o( play, is were unfamiliar with the rocks and the supply men were running; ports and chipping their own shots, while hoofers occasionally were playing canny guards on what turned ont to be the supply men's shot rock. The excitement was Intense during these periods of uncertainty. The Wright Shield, will hold the for the greater part of next week. As this Is for the city championship and a competition that has always brought to light Borne stellar games, certain rules have been made and now must be rigidly followed and enforced. Any rink may be entered, and knock out competition is tha order of play. Skips must hand in their, list of rink to the competition committee before draw is made. The members of los- ing rinks are barred from farther com .naftiRuard nnd protect. Dot'i be know nothing of thftse and I kindred nutters, or Awn the financial tmbibly paid to tha U. K. A. by tht> of grouches and grievances, real or imaginary, and of the absurd idea that it is their peculiar ami personal duty to set this world right, and then at- tend exclusively to the matters to deal with which they are organized, then there may be some prospect of achiev- ing thoir purposes, to the betterment of themselves and the world generally. The reply will probably be heard that this regulating U. O. li. force, him to play into their hands to the detriment of the farmer whoso interests ho is alleged to repre- sent? It all these premises correct, then tho deduction follows tbst It will not bo safo or satisfactory for farmers to form u wheat pool, If it is to bo controlled In any manner or degree by the United drain Growers or the Can- adian Council of Agriculture, dominat- ed nnd devoted :t-j they apparently arc by and to tho interests ni the ele- vators; better and far safer and satis- factory to have independent, uninter- ested Government control. In conclusion, to recapitulate and summarize: The farmer Buffers umlor grievances, real and imaginary. Let 1 him ask himself -what relief and THE "FLIT' Dare Not Return Tie "Flu" will Hrtalstj Mt wtrm reception wUUr a It dsrw iti ugly head Ul ru pMtefol midit, fur thl peopls are ftesiideBt now that tlity csn deal U trek a blow it will survive. In every village, lown sad il Canada, families fortlfyittf taett- lelvei with the greatest "Flu" km- munition known to Iry's Bronchitis Mixture. Colds, coughs, advance guards of are met with witharing fire, tad from thoio troubles li luru every time. One hundred thousand Canadians are only too willing to tes- tify to the great healing power remedy contains. It 'eounereii coughs of .15 years' stsndisg. It ear- to do for you what it has done for others. You hare There will be no change in the con- tract between the boxers and Rickard except such as may be necessary by later developments. PLESTINA CHALLENGES LEWIS NEW YORK, Feb. Rick- ard, aporting promoter, laat night issued a challenge to Ed. Lewie, world's wrestling champion, on behalf of Martin Pltetlna, who, asserts, "hss been barred from participation for championship and offers to permit Lewla te uae hla favorite head- lock In a finish contest at any time Lewis chooaea. RING SIGNS WITH PHILLIES PHILADELPHIA, Feb. Z.-t-The sign- ed contract of James Ring, former Cin- cinnati pitcher, has been received at the headquarters of the Philadelphia National League club, it wis announc- ed today. Ring and Neale were trad- ed to Philadelphia recently for Eixey. A A A A 4-4, of payment, to imprisonment [or not more than six months. BONSPIEL OPENS IN REGINA JiEGINA, Feb. seventeenth annual bonspiel of the Saskatchewan Curling association started this morn- ing with a total entry list of G9 rinks. Ol' this number 31 are from outside points and 35 from the city. Features of the spiel were the ono-sided win of the Richardson rink of Broadview over the strong Jones fialfour quar- tette of this city; the defeat of P. Me- Elmoyle of Regina, by Bob Stewart of Moosoiuin and Uerkwells' win over Young, the former being from Yellow Grass. Alex Groes who won high hon- ors at Weyburn spiel lost his first game to Howe of Regina, 12 to 8. CLONIE TAIT GIVES PIRRELL A TRIMMING HIBERNIANS DEFEAT LANARK BY 1 TO 0 GLASGOW, Feb. ian Associated a Scottish cup replay today Hib- ernians defeated Lanark at soccer by 1 to 0. Check that Cold with AUM BENGUE tm cold, and tar rhal ftffactiooi cf Uie note ind Uiroat SOUTH BEND, Talt, lightweight champion of Canada, eas- ily defeated Bud Perrlll in ten rounds of fighting here. Talt out PerriU's lip ribbon cutting affair for the first five rounds, during which time Perrill went down for the count of five and then rallied and jarred Tait with left and right 'swings'. "The latter part of the fracas Pen-ill hung on to prevent a knockout. He went down for the count of nine three times in tbe ninth round. Pirreil fought Cal Delaney over tbe la-round route IQ the Calgary ring a couple of months ago. when Pirreil lost the decision. Dehiney is tbe same boy who knocked Tait out at Milwau- kee when he fractured hia jaw. ly bloodthirsty in its exaction of its pound of liking every dollar possible to obtain. There it no improvement apparent to the farmer in the marketing of his produce; in uninformed idealists wbo occupy the major portion of tbe time with vacu- ous vnpourings on their peculiar schemes for the running of this old world in superceasion of that of the 111 111411 heiuiK ui pruuuiu, lu some matters it is worse than before. when the IN LETHBRIDGE BY STOKES DRUG CO. THE The advice and help of the U. F. A. was ouce sought regarding the market- ing of grain. Who iixed the spread of 20c between wagon and track, etc. The said U. F. A. being apparently without knowledge, referred the matter to the United Grain Growers Co. It trans- pired that uniform Mats were Bent out from Calgary, headed by the said com- control about 150 eleyators, and as a company are supposed to working in the interests of the farm- the spread between wagon and track at 20c per bushel; between No. 1 Hard Wheat and No. 1 Northern lOc per bushel, in addition to the spread of 20c between wagon and ele- vator. In former years there was little or no now the elevators state that there is no cash price for No. 1 Red Winter, stored Fort William; the best to be got is track price, whereas, in former times No. 1 Red Winter was treated on the same basis Fort Will- i I f IHEU laMtrr9 booklet. OTUT tnniMtntm i VAPO-ntESOIEVE CO., BAUMGARTNER WITH PHILLIES PHILADELPHIA, Feb. J. S. Baumgartner has rejoined the Philadelphia National League team. DROPS DEAD WHILE AT HOCKEY GAME OWEN SOUND, Ont., Feb. gus Lott, 42, of Sarnia, Ontario, drop- ped dead from heart disease here last night while watching a aockey game. People's Forum THOUGHTS FOR U.F.A. MEMBERS Had Bad Cough For Tliree Years the constfirit hacking, 'racking, per- that sticks to you -in spite of-everything you have done to get rid'of it, is tthe kind that is The longer tbe cphgh sticks, tho more serious menace it becomes to your health. There is no remedy that will relieve that won't let like Dr. Wood'a Norway Pino Syrup. It has a healing and soothing action on tbe air passages, and at the tame time acts aa a disinfectant of the respiratory organs, destroying the germs that produce serious lung com- plications. Mrs. John Miller, Minburn, Alta..' hart a very bad cough for three years. I went to several doctors and tried different cough medicines, but nothing seemed tc help me. One day a friend told mo about Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup, and' after using Bcreral bottles I be- camo completely relieved. 1 always keep a bottle .in the house, and abio recommend it to others. Dr. Wood's Norway Pino Syrup LH boon universally used for oVer 30 years, and so great has been its success, it is only natural that a great many imitations have been placed on the market. The genuine is put up in yellow wrapper; pine trees tho trade marlc; price 35c. and 60c. a bottle; manufactured only hy The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Torooto, Pincher Creek, Alta, Jan. 18, 1921. Editor of the bethbridge Herald new year lias dawned upon a discontented and rebellious world. Two factors arc steadily at work, the one to allay and remove this rebel- lious discoiiiunL, the other to increase and excite ii for ulterior purposes. A convention is now being held of the United Farmers of Alberta, a body of men representing, for good or evil, the great majority of the basic dustry of this province. A close student of and attendant to these conventions may be permitted to indulge in a little introspection, and ask himself, and the public general- ly, a few questions. What real last- ing good to the interests of the farmer in the removal or reform of the dis- abilities under which they suftfer, or imagine they suffer, have these con- as No. 1 Northern. This is but one Bpecimen of the relief and reform the farmer has obtained through the U. F. A. and its offspring Tho United Grain Grabbers Co. And to go furth- er; if membership in some farmer's association is a requisite qualification for a seat in the Canadian Council of Agriculture, then the United Grain Growers Co., with its innumerable sub- sidiary companies, must virtually con- stitute and control the Canadian Coun- cil of Agriculture; and it further fol- lows that President Wood, being Pres- ident of the U. F. A., and formerly chairman of the Canadian Council of Agriculture; he uiuat and should be ligent, sane, thinking delegates are tired of it all, and tbe assembly as a whole is sufficiently bemuddled and bemused by a diet of verbal inanities, then the U.G.G., directly or indirectly, perhaps, takes.the helm. And when the proceedings terminate, the U.G.G. de-; or Edmaawn, parts with what it came for, while the delegate carries away a vafue suspic- ion that be has been a tool. Yours very truly, A. H. LYNCH-STAUNTON. tun another Ltch Ing PIUs. al POSSESS GOOD HEALTH BY LOOKING AFTER THE BOWELS A free motion of the bowels, once or Uvico a day, should be the rule of every one, as half the ills of life are caused by allowing the bowels to get Into a const'pate-1 i.undltlon. When the hovels are allowed to become con s tip nd, the stomach geta cut or order, and iho liver does not (let Its work properly oa account of I holding hack th'f l-lo so that H UORI nat through tbn bowels, hut is allowed to get Into rbe bloovl thus a poisoning of the whole yf tern. If you would escape toustipatlau, side and bilious headaches, heartburn, T( specks bsf 'i tl.c oyes, con1.- ed tm'gue, foul broach iLe nasty, irritating, bleeding, itching and pro- tuding niles, yon should keep your liver stirred up by the use of Mil- burn's Laxa-Uver Pills. These pills, being purely vegetable, keep your liver working actively, help- ing it to resume its proper functions, and thereby removing the bile that is circulating in the blood and poison- ing the whole system. Mrs. H. Barrows, Enfleld. N. S.. "I was troubled with sick headaches and constipation. One day a friend told me of Milburn's Laxa-Uver Pills. I got two vials, and found they did me a world j good. I therefore have great faith In them." Mllbani's l.axa-Llver Pills are 25c. ventions done; ana what real lasting fiood might they have done and have left undoae? Tho majority of the a vial, at all dealers or mailed direct delegates are earnest, sane, thinking m Ibe T. Milburn men, imbued with tbe desire to im- prove the status of the fanner and t'sement. of the well being of tho community in j Co., Limited, Toronto, Adver- general. How and why is it that their j efforts are in vain, and that nothing i has been achieved by these conveu-' tions to alleviate or improve agricul- tural or other conditions? The rea-; sons are many. One is that these con- ventions are disturbed and distract- ed by erratic idealists wro lose sight; and touch, intentionally r otherwise, of the main purpose for which tho] U.f'.A. was organized anil its con- i ventions held. The great crying in- justice under which the farmer suf- fers, and to alleviate which the U. F.A.. was organized, is, that be does not control, in the smallest degree, tho price of hie products; he has to accept the price tbe buyer sets for him, quite irrespective of the cost. of production of the goods. Now, this condition, this injustice, will never lie removed by wild and maudlin rav- ngs about tho iniquities of the "Big "Tbe Money or ;he "Political and all that Bort of thing, nor will it be affected u any way or degree by the half-bak- ed suphistries of President Wood and iff! kind, audit tbe "Creation of a. World." or "Tho Forging of a STew and BO forth, tin- necessary and useless discussion of hese and other phantasies in tho. Con- ventions have alwbyi and will always render them entirety and absolutely an far H the real object for hlch they are held concerned. If o delegates attend these Convcn- ith mi mis deurod and cleaned GRIP Take Laxative We. Quinine Be sure you get BROMQ Thcfmviiw bun this tttottm {THUSTHE NEED I When your doctor decides that you need Scott's Emulsion I you may rest assured f that he knows that it I will fill the need better I than anything else. B Scott iBowne. Toronto. Ont. Rely on Cuticura To Clear Away Skin Troubles I I LkV Dr. Cluse's Ointment nil! relieve yon U >ml aHord lasting Muent. We. a III delicti, or Kdmuian, Bates a Co., UsilM, Toronto. Sample Boi Irrc 11 you Vm ir eacloM ac. stump bjjiay pesfife. IT'S A DELICATE OPERATION IF YOUR CYLINDERS ARE BUT WITH OUR NEW ELECTRIC PROCESS WE CAN DO JQi TO ENTIRE SATISFACTION. LAWFORD WELDING CO. Opposite Lethbrldgc Hotel. FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK OF SWEET GRASS, MONTANA, NEW BUILDING The Board of Directors of the Farmers and Bank of Sweet Crasa, recently opened their new bank Luilding for builaesg. In March, Ifllfl. the former bank building, then only one year old, was burned during the absence of Mr. Gueriu, president of tonic. After the flre the baulc occupied temporary quarters where It Mras found to lie oE insufficient floor to carry on their increasing hanking business, due to the fact that Sweet Grass is situated in the heart of a prosperous cattle, sheep, and agricultural community. The new building occupies its former location, the raoet promi- nent corner of the town, and adds much attraction to the community besides being a great itsset to the bank and its many customers. The building is 30 K HS feet In size, a BolUl brick strivctnre two stories in height .with a full basement. The exterior of the- building is brick nml concrete construction with large plate glass windows which light the banking rooms. The spacious and well lighted banking room is 22 z in size with a large money and book vault on the first floor angi a fire- proof bonk ctnmge vault in the basement. Adjoining the banking room on the first floor ia a large director's and president's room with an entrance from both the lobby and bank- ing rooms. One of tho many attractions of the bank is its handsome and spacious public lobby which is entered through a vestibule mt the corner of tMc building. The lobby has a torrazzo lloor with marble base. The bank fix- turves are also of marble pilasters and cornice, with beveled plate glass panels ami bronze grill wickets. In the lobby is a large check desk and a btitee lor the convenience and comfort ot ita oui- tomers. This is one of the fmost and most modern banking in tho iX'orlhwest, and Is a drawing card for the people of this section of the country. The HHcur.d flour is occupied as living apartments by Mr. J. H. Cuerin, president of Hie bank, and ia modern in every respect, con- sisting of a living-room, dining-room, kitchen, two bedrooms, and liat.h, with a large entrance and hall. The apartment has a street en- franco on the first lloor as wull as an entrance from the lobby at the baeli. The entire building has a hot water hestl.iig system. A sanitary plumbing system is installed throughout with hot and cold runnfriff water to all parts of the building and an emergency fire hose ouUet ou eacli floor for firo protection. Visitors from vurloinr parts unanimous in stating thit the now Fanners and Merchants Hunk Is the finest, most up-to-date bank of iU size in the Nortnwott. ;