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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 3.1921 THE LBTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FOR25YEARSMORE O. G. Deveniih of United Oils Strongly Opposes Gas Price Increase There ID auflclent gas in Southern JLlberta to feed Calgary for tweuty- five yean, mid O, G. Devonian, presi- dent o! the United Oils, Ltd., !n a Statement to- Miyor Adams, of Cal- fjary. This ittUment was made while Kiting information in regard to Eug- ene Coite .refusing to purchase gas from the United pUs Lid. Mr. 'Dovenlah. offered the Calgary Ga4 company., gas at eight cents for Brut two and a half million feet at tka Rnr and koweli Dr Chist'i Kiafeay-Liwr Pills. V DM plll'i a bu, j iM tators. '.Chases Pills WORK while you sleep" wall head, aaraai oaatta tor two aat a halt sainioa, ill enta (or nml with a OMUnct tor a of a of In yean. daflj mtalSMM to If i> auBmar and Increased iu winter. United Oils would under- take to develop feet before delivery Is taken by the Calgary Gas company. Tbe producing company 1> also prepared to put up a bond of 800 an of food faith. The United struck a good flow of gas several ago near Foremost but well was drowned out. Wheth- er, or not the has of striking this gas again IB uot aet out In the retort. Mr. Conte has to oonilder the show oBer, which. It Is would relieve the gas ques- tion In Calgary. Mr. Dvremlak cUlms thia contract wmtU Mt nacMtstate an increase !u tile price of LetabrMge wodU feel the benefit of an increased supply of (as In the pipes leading to Calcary. Lethbridge ts fed first and the low 1> automatical- ly controlled, la an effert to keep tke pretnra at a ativafth. With the cold weatber a drop at BTM- but with gas m the 'pipe line, this would not occur to such a great extent. Recent have appeared in print wblah -'nttntf tke entire (low of gas froat all Canada Western Light, us) Poww wells li nnw peavtac thnugh the pipe. Mr. Deventah inggxts a refusal of an increaae hi rates and suggests making the ceaafany live- up to its contract. If the- company is financial- ly unsound, he says, let It be forced into liquidation or be taken over by the bondholders. In.this case U.mlght be possible for the city to secure the plant in the city. He suggerts making the pipe line of the company a com- mon carrier under legislation by the provincial house. TOMAN Convention Meets in Calgary Next Yesr Association Name is Changed The Blacksmiths' conTentlon in cloned afternoon after deciding to meet in Calgary during the week in February next yaar. J. Chtdgey, of Calgary was elected president and the other officers for the Milling ywv are: Tetaut, Ed- monton, Arit Tice-president; John Me- Robbie, Blackie, second vice-presi- dent; J. Whitebrsad, Lloyilmmstor, secretary, and Alex. Jessmian, Cron- fleld, treasurer. Dnrrtg the business session-this moraine tha delegates decided to the name of the' association to the Alberta Horaeshovrs and Car- rtaee Makers1 Association. Wednes- day night many of the delegates went to the hockey match between Leth; bridge and Blairmore and afterwards enjoyed a-social time at a banquet in the Silver Grill, where addresses, aongs and recitations were on the program. FIFTY PER CENT. MORE BIRTHS IN CITY THIS JANUARY THAN IN '20 There were 18 more births regis- tered In the city in the month of Jan- uary this year thaa in the preceding; ALBERTA'S NEEDS Paper by A. B. Hogg of Local School Board Creates Dis- cussion Old Country Football Scores I.ONOON, Feb. As- sociated replays In the English cap soccer series resulted as follows: Kverton 1; Sheffield Wednesday 0. 1; Derby o. In the Scottish replay Alloa defeat- ed'Falkirk, the'score being 1 .to 0. In the first' league Tottenham de- feated Bradford 2 to 9. In the second league Hull tied Stocknort 1 to 1. In the rugby union championship games today Kent defeated Eastern Counties, the score being 30 to 11. In the northern union rugby game Halifax defeated Hounslett 15-to 0. ALBERTA COAL II Find it is Cheap- er and as Easy to Handle and As Clean as Amer- ican Stuff ITALY MUST HAVE FREEDOM OF TRADE of e l uary this year, thaa in the preceding; In Calgary, a paper contributed by A. !sec et. month last year. Deaths increased by-iB. Hogg, chairman ot the Lethbrldge the It' three and marriages by one. The fig- Public Schools' Board, on "The Needs i ROME, Feb. of ithe freedom of trade by Italy must fcTu b.e accomplished at the earliest pos- i sible moment, Signor Soleri, under- i secretary of food control, declared Jn for the month were: Births 53, j deaths 19, marriage 14. In January 1920, the births wero 35, deaths 16 and BLACKSMITHS .SHOW SPLENDID GENEROSITY _ iiutieu time mis acuu of Education in Alberta Today and the Btabiiizing Of intern; Trustees' was read, ;-ItaI he had in bis absence In Ottawa, by Secret- -the uext 10 months. that she would ary lleetvfood. Jn .the paper Mr. be able to reduce her purchases for a Hogg pointed out that by the educa-: tjme -alian senate yesterday, but-he added that this action must await the :atioual markets, enough grain for tion of the young it is possible to pro- mote. In every community material Referring to recent visits to Paris and London, the tinder-secretary said success and social contentment. He j agreements had been made by which i dealt at length with Immigration, say- luly, Prance and Great Britain would a ing that it took three..successive set- share their buying markets and would A tlr A splendid apirlt of generos- tlements a district before it became exchange information each month. By ity was shown by the black- a really permanent home. It was means "remarkable reductions" WINNIPEG, Feb. coal-buy ing public of Manitoba has discovered that high grade Alberta lignite coal cheaper, as cMan and as easy to handle as American anthracite declar- ed a local coal Interviewed re- cently. Canadian "oal arrived and the man who insists that he can burn nothing but American anthracite in his furnace is bscomin? hard to find. One-eighth of the world's coal sup- ply is said to be contained in Alburta fields, yet it is estimated that at the beginning ot 1917 not ovar sevnn per cent, of the coal consumed in Winni- peg furnaces WU3 the Canadian pro. duct. In 1917, -when owing to labor and railroad conditions, it was Impossible to obtain American coal in sufficient quantities the government, decided to take action and formed a fuel with the result that Alberta coal wax. introduced to Manitoba. Con- sumers had to purchase-twice as much lignite as anthracite and had to have holt their Alberta coal supply beforo receiving .a quota of har4> Men grum- bled on street corners. Afternoon teas became indignation meetings about that "filthy soft .coal." .However, as the result pf the fuel controller's order everybody had to make a test of Can- adian coal. It is estimated now that in the year 1920-21 flfty per cent, of the domes- tic coal consumed iu Winnipeg comes from the western mines and old pre- judices agaiust western coal are grad- ually being overcome. An approxim- ate increase of .300 per cent, in the sale of western stmm coal with a 3s- crease ot vary nearly p-ir cent. In the consumption American steam ccal is recorded. ALL PRAIRIE HAS BEEN SURVEYED; REMUNERA- TION OF SURVEYORS IS TOO SMALL Do..veil constipated, .headachy, upset, fitirot eojil? Take or for jronr and bowels. Wake np with head clear, stomach right, breath sweet 'and feeling tliw.. No griping, no in- 'convenience, Children 'love Cascarets too. 10, 25, 50 cents. smiths In convention in the city, in a whip round made on be.nalf of the Children's Shelter which produced the fine sum of When the amount waa taken In the -secretary of the Children's .Aid Society, Mr. Robert Barrowman, was phon- ed for, and the sum handed to him to be applied to the insti- tution. Mr. Barrowman, in tlianklng'the contention for the donation, gave them a talk on phasized that the widest spread insti- j might be made in purchases toe province is the schools the schools the people must] LEAGUE TO CONSIDER MESOPOTAMIA MANDATE turn tor the Influences that unify and stabilize society as in Alberta. The population of the province Is at present some and. ot this i number nearly are children I LONDON, Britain's I who are attending school. The school mandate Mesopotamia will be sub-j attendance In Alberta Increasing mitted to of the League the Children's Aid Society and province and it falls upon of Nations atHtmee'Ung- at Geneva, February 21, ft IfTfla by newspapers stated, are the premier .asset this city. and the Daily in much greater proportion than the gross population. The children, It the Shelter. the Mal1 feature the annbttn'eement that trustees to care for all these children action contemplated, and the although It Is rendered extremely dif-iMal1 emphasizes, Its diplomatic When IJOOP skirts were worn by those who first asked the druggist for, and insisted on having, the genuine Golden Medical Discovery put up by Dr. Pierce over 50 years ago. Dress has changed very much since then! fiiit Dr; Pieree'a medicines contain the same dependable ingredients. They arp standard today just as they were fifty years 'ago and never contained alcohol. DK Pieroe's Golden Medical Disoovery'for the stomach and blood cannot be surpassed by any tonic and alterative today. When you feel "all out of vi- tality -at a low blood becomes1 sur- charged with poisons! The best tonic is called Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It puts vim, vigor, vitality into the blood. Try it! All druggists. Liquid or tablets. efficiency. The greatest argu-j uken' ;thi> newspaper declares, "Mes- ment against consolidation seemed to i pnotamia will be firmly tied to .our be its cost. The argument of efflcien- i af' enormous financial cy was stoutly maintained-by those in "abilities it myplvei.'.' favor of the policy. The convention is marked by Bit- terness displayed between Hon. Geo. 'P. Smith, minister of education, and officials of the Alberta Teachers Al- liance, ANCE UNDER AUSPICES OF ARMY AND NAVY VETERANS' ASSOCIATION LETHBRIDQE UNIT NO. 34. MASONIC HALL .FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4TH DAMCINC MOM TILL 2. REFRESHMENTS. AMMY AND NAVY VETERANS' ORCHESTRA. AdmUiion per couple. Extra 50c. ficult expensive as the population is scattered far and wide. Arising from Mr. Hogg's paper a dis- cussion was started on the consolidat- ed schaoi as a means of providlug importance, 'demanding that before Great-Britain accepts the maudate the country should be given complete in- formation regarding the matter, "Once this responsibility is under- C. P. R. EARNINGS MONTREAL, Feb. P. H. earnings, fqr week ending January 31, 1921, increase Buy "Diamond no other kind, then perfect results are guaranteed. Each package of "Diamond Dyes" con- tains simple directions to diamond-dye worn, shabby skirts, coats, gloves, stockings, sweaters, dra- peries, coverings, everything, whether wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods, new, rich, fadeless colors. Druggist has Color ment. MUSTAPHA WILL NOT TREAT WITH ALLIES CONSTANTINOPLE, Feb. taphAKemal Paaba, leader of the Na- tionalists, appears definitely determin- ed not to ,treat with the allies for the present, but to await the result of the Bolshevik campaigns and also possibly strike a blow himself to increase the strength of liis position, with the hope of forcing the allies Into recognition of the Nationalists. Angora Government Action PARIS, Feb. Havas dispatch says that as soon as a communication from Constantinople regarding the i London conference reached Angora, Miistapha Kemal Pasha convoked the council in secret session. It is known that the council decided that a direct request must bo made by the allies to the Angora government before the latter consents to accept participation in the conference. Mrs. Lilian Taylor Tells How Cuticura Healed Her Baby "Our two wtflti old when his face became very red and terribly itchy, and he wss 'fairly crazy rub- bing and scratching till skin broke and bled. He could not sleep, and did nothing butcry. His face looked as though he might be disfigured for life. "1 thought I would give Cuticura Sou and Ointment a trial. I found free saaaple so good that I bought more and two cakes of Cuticura Soap and a ftflr tent box of Cuticura Oint- ment hauled him." (Siiued) Mrs. Lilian M. Tiylor, Box M, Brace- bridge, Muskolu, Om., 'IS. CBlcuM Soap to ckaaat snd pu- rifjr, Cutimra Ointment to soften and soothe and CuUcbra Talcum to povifcr aaa perfume an Ideal for J1 ptnioilvi CMI obtviiwl on BpplicitiiM tv M. WAXING DAVIS, Stmlur. 11 !1! K-lruL Up 5474. HORSE AND DRIVER DROWN IN MONTHKAU Feb. a two-horse rig across the St. Law- rence yestarday, Ferdinand aged 20, struck a recent cut Both man and hones disappeared. A dtrar will search for Quivaliou's body to- day. DODOS KIDNEY PILLS Cuticura Talcum is Fraflrant and Very Healthful CCZEMA Ton pot ftxpcrlltter.t- Inj Mvln n L ment (or Eczrmft tious. It'relieyes a tbB ik in. Bmnpla bi'x pr Ointment free if you paper Jc. itiunp for IPc, ft box all dealers or Edminaoa, flifiu 4 Oik. ONCE a cold on you, know that it muni of dUcomfoit. SMCMS ifcynmn into ion thnwt. sad cold denlops into hfoachjtiaf tonsillitis and a racking couoh that sometimes lasts for months. Fool the cold with DOMINION C B. Q. TABLETS. Driva it right out of .the lyBtem with these quick-acting, pleasant tasting tablets of Cucara, Bromide and Qninlna. Ktcpa hoi stays fint sip of a ar fowiW. conJittM, aaslrts avd yw an pretty son to art nHsf as4 find, the aent that quite all riftrt. DOMINION C.V.Q. TABLETS an pnjaiaal sf Nition.l Dnc nd Cinrieal Comptnr of CanJa. lisiM. InsiM C.B.Q. FORT WILLIAM, Feb. seven and eight hundred men walked out from the of the Canadian Car and Foundry company this morn- Ing, following the announcement yes-1 terday of a 10 per cent, cut in rates for j piece work. Tim company claims it has so far been losing money on the for can for the Canadian Pacific Railway, which It Is engaged upon, and that the only alternative- to a reduction in rates is to close down the plant. A conference between the and. SunerWtchdwit Frawley is progress this afternoon. Smoke longer yam tut if, tkt fetter yon it GROCERIES PHONE 1766 Libby's Sweet, Sour, and Chow Pickles, in 16- ounce jars. Each........................25c Salmon, spring; tins. Each___20c Oranges, good size. Per and 6Qc Corn, Peas, Tomatoes. Per tin............20c Grapalade, in 16-ounce jars. Each.........3Sc Brilliant mixed with apple; in 21-pound tins. Each............ .........85c King Beach Jams, in all flavors; and free demon- stration for this week only. Price, per tin, Sultana Raisins, unbleached; in 5-lb boxes. Spe- cial, Rolled Oats; per 8-lt> sack................40c Pineapples, in tins. Each............30c We have a few Ladies' Sweaters and Waists to clear at half .price. 230 13TH STREET NORTH. ;