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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE DAILY HERALD TllimSDAY, FKBIUIARY 10. Clear Last Statement Presented in Six Yeai's -V not profit of six hnmlrvii j thousand dollars was shown in, the iiiatemfiif, of onorations presented m t ilie shareholders of the Wiiiniprs Ii-li'drif Railwuy at their uumiul im-rt-i ins Wednesday afternoon. This' is the best statement presented piiu-e 1? I -1. Sir Augustus Xanton, im-siik-m itf; ihu company, in his report to sliarehulders. referred with sat is! a r- liou to tlio growth over the previous. your. The earning for is20 j from operations, totnlied i oni'raimg expenses on-Jusivi.' of; (leprofiiuiou chui'ges of 12S.S97. j ItT-viim the operuUng revenue ai Miscellaneous ineome _ 11 mounted to Fixed charges of left the! TU't income, excluding depreciation, of j Included in the expenses under fixed charges is the sum itf j payable to iho of itipeg. Tliis paymeiu consists of the city's shaft- of the j operating revenue and car license tax- i es and as taxes. j The .cross earnings for show; an increase of over tho i previous year ;md the ineome Chows an increase of During the year the company pomled more than in exten- sions and improvements. USE DIRIGIBLE CALGARY, tfeb. to provide transportation from Ed- monton to Fort Norman oil fields by dirigible air are under way, and C. K. Wollam. associat- ed with dip tain I.. Jamie y, htfad of the concern which pro- poses to open up a quick route to the far north, is now in the Un- ited States completing arrange- ments for tlie delivery of the first to be used in trial flights. Mr. WoMam is convinced, after a meteorological survey and of a general search into the conditions prevailing in the north, of the ab- solute feasibility of the scheme, and is confident that in .1 short time a pqnennei1 ser'ice from Edmonton to Fort No. man and back in thirty hours will be an ac- complished fact. It In proposed that dirigibles capable of carrying 32 passengers shall be used. ASKJAPOIEIIO El Second Locomotive to Pull a Train in Ontario Nationalist Party, Sends Hack IJudget For Reduction of Military Figures of the which is Yukto Ozukt. a opposition party. lions for military The National 1st party declared that approval of th.e budget won hi mean an increase of taxation in coming ami charges Hiar the inclu -ion of an creameries of the- In ave Excelled Even Phenomenal 191i) As- surances Sn Force TOKYO. FVb. TO. ivuu'eil urnuiiiiftni rumn, he ins carried on h; former leader of ...______ i? found in the decision of the various purts of the provim-e entered alist party fa return the budget lllu competition in judging dairy i the government with the request the largest number at a prev-i reconsidfr and rurtnil aupropria- ions convention having been seven. his opening adJre.-s. Mr. Logan i a romparat ire summary of the work showing a gratifying. in the production by the province anil um- aciditional 150.000.UOO yen for nntional I snuulaiing ihe dairymen on Lhe high i defense-would be in violantm 01! ilu-( staiuling which ittjuii oeen aciiievvd by pledge given previous diet ami ?askatehewrtii butter in the export also be .tantamount In deceiving the market. He asked (hose producing (nation. It is urjinl rhat the Imdffet i miik and cream to pay more attention i be re-framed on ihe basis of shorter, to the details of cleanliness in all the I army service and for improvement of! professes and predicted a splendid j education. j future for the industry. The opposition puny has declared! The delegates were welcomed by [itself in favor of retraining ihe bud-, Mayor T. C. Davis on behalf.of ihe Set. claiming t'nac Us adoption, ir. ii city of fiince Albert, present form would mean an acidi-i the tionsl overwhelming; burdeli on the! SASKATCHEWAN BUTTER >laiiou creating a daylight saving r- IN EXPORT MARKET, taw was at a meeting here of of fifty-seven eomnier- cial organizations in the eastern states. LoijitI option in obtaining more day- j light was condemned an impracticable j and the attitude of farmers in oppos- j ing the moving of the rlock ahead was-! denied as getfUb. and wiihuuigood I son. i I'ltl.NVK ALBERT. Feb. the larger i attendance (bat has I'vrv 1 nc t erred a gathering in Saa- tht> unnual cimvtMiUon of the iS.iskati'hewaa Dairyau'iis' associit- lion was opened here today. Thorn we-tv over 200 registered when the opened under pivsi- ileiir) of K. M- Logan of Regimi. There ic-iims of boxs ami girls from DODD'S The Auociated Bourd of Royal Academy of Miuic the Royal College of Music LONDON, ENGLAND. Fo'r Local Eliminations in Muic in Britit k Eapirc pmmmeuL delegates The Annual Slatameni of The Mutual Ufa of Ganida. which appears on another page, mnxt be gratifying to the Directors and of the rompany, and "will doubtless be reived by Pol ley holders Ifom coast to roast vitii the deepest satisfaction. Although, ihe year 1919 excelled all Us predecessors, yet every ment of the Company's operations iu 11120 shows a marked Increase orer thai, of ihe previous year. In income, HHHots. new assurances, surplus earn- ed, total surplus and furi'.e. the year 1920 was a phenom- enal success. During the later nioiitlia the Com- pany bad, increased Its assurances in force to ?200, and at the close the year the figures stood at o' To protect these obliga- tions. the Company has accumulated assets of nearly a sam whieli the surplus shows exceeds by the amount necessary to guarantee the payment of all policios. The succeaa of a Life Company deperewls largely on its iii- Testments and it is noteworthy that the have been calcu- lated on 3% and basic, the Company has earned intemt at the rate of The excews interest, as -will as ail lather profits, becomes the property of Hie poHcyhoMers of the Company and :te uaed to reduce premiums, to in- hicanoce, or is payable m Its Mwtual of Canada, as most of jrviir are aware, is unique U that it IB the only example of a Com- Jittny wtldi has been established and conducted in Canada on a strictly ccv operatiTe basia. This means that all ihe policyboldera or tho C'ocopar.j K'bire eqnitably IB its prosperity, and ,rhe experience of the Company during year -was such that, in spite at the heavy strain pat OQ its reaoar- roa., during the last otr years, the Di- rectors felt justified In iucreasins tha (KTJdondB for 1921 50% over tnow in Altogether the 5UI has proven to be every way banner year in the long history of "Cicada's Only iMutnaV and we cnneratolate the Di- ructors, Officers, and Pollcyholders of the Company on splendid reeoha achieved. olUside point, are U'Arcv Scott people through increased taxation. pf of Nat- jOTm[ Council; L, A. Gibson of j Winnipeg, Manitoba dairy" c-onimi sicner. and O. IT. Barr of Ottawa, of the federal dairy division, There is to be a banquet tendered" by the Prince Albert board of trade tin's ev- ening and the convention will be con- cluded tomorrow. PMS1DCNT, H. X. H. ntfri Utoi.tioa vill b. h.U ttiouihout 1921 AprU Twv Gold ud twa tnntully Sctiolinhip, %i niition IE of Hie is London. tKt Mudi cfficifntY in co-di iu rha p-jpili of ALL tmlmi of music. T> nquitcd for pnpjwiion, Syllabui tnd be on to M. WARING DAVIS. RitUtrt S.crri.ry, U SUN.. k44w. The Third Hand The old American Hotel at Port Elgin was purchased by McLaren t, Xtrechtel and conTertei into a garage. H ii very amusing to see a couple i of foreigners, or even home folks! sometimes, waving and gesturing i wildly with their bands in an ordin- ary conversation. We don't seem 10 consider that it !a up to the hands to help with Lhe talk ami rto a little of the mouth's work occasionally; the mouth certain- ly enough work that belongs to the htnijfi. From our earliest infancy lo ing; old we use the mouth as an amateur workshop, testing laboratory, 'carry-all, thread-cutter, pencil-sharp- ener, lubricator, wrench, vise, pou of offense and for j unnumbered other duties iu addition j to its proper work. In the is commonly' used as a third hand. This means an enormous amount of j and the teeth, gums and does not come from duew4nc alone. Aimmt everything that is put into, tfce mouth has infaeWon of some kind upon it. Tha very fact that we suffer su little from this overuse of the mouth (ftaowi that the saliva must be a germ- kClftr to a very considerable extent bat tfeft ftaliva does not a Sways pro- tect us from infection from thess out- sources. Many very sericvu? conditions arise from the "third hand'' uso of the In addition to infection the strain upon the teeth breaks the enamel and occasiou- alljr breaks off whole, teeth, are looaened, decay is encouraged and ihe irritation tn the lips, checks, gtims and tongue fuvors cancel'. The babit of biting threads instead j of. cutting" them causes a chronic in- j fismmatioii of the membrane that covers the roots of the teeth and will cause the loss of tha tooth. Jt is I much more cheaper j -to buy scissors. In fact the value of thft mouth is 10 that it is poor economy to abuse i EASTERN U. S. PLANS TO SAVE DAYLIGHT! j NEW YORK, Feb. i o! an eastern daylight saving associa- j tion to urge passage of national leg- Piles CURED in S to 14 All druggists are authorized to refund the money If PAZO OINT- MENT fails to Cure any case of ITCHING. BLIND, BLEEDING or PROTRUDING PILES. Cures ordinary cases in 6 days, the wont CMCS in H days. PAZO OINTMENT instantly Re- lieves ITCHING PILES and you can get restful after thn first application. It is guaranteed by Paris Med- icine Co., St, Louis, Mo., Manu- facturers of the world-famous Grove's Laxative BromoQuinins tablets. This signature is on every box of PAZO OINTMENT. 60c. Prest-O-Lite Made Night Motoring Possible Tlic powerful headlights, which Prest-O-Lite made possible in the early clays of the automobile. Introduced the motorist to uight drivin-. Kadi succeeding year has witnessed a steady growth o{ Prest-O-Lite's prestige and leadership in the automotive field, as new friends have linen welcomed lino the ever-widening circle of Prcst-0-Lite adhor- rills. Tuii.iy, Presi-O-Ute continues to make night motoring safe for hund- reds of thousands of motorists, through the steady lights, positive suirtins. iiml ignition delivered hy the Prnst.O-Lito Hallnry. SERVICE STATION AND DISTRIBUTORS Lethbridge Battery Maintenance 811 4th Ave. Lethbridge. Phone 1483. SUBSTATIONS GIVING COMPLETE SERVICE, NORTH LETHBRIDGE GARAGE 317 13th St. N. Phone 549. LETHBRIDGE AERO AND AUTO REPAIR 5th St. S. STILLER GARAGE, Taber, Alta. CENTRAL GARAGE MACHINE CO., Cardston BERRY CHAPUT, Coleman, Alta. Burned Dreadfully. Lost Rest. Cuticura Heals. "I itching rush on my bank and shoulders which waa very irri- Uiting and tireaome. U kept spread- ing all over my body and broke out into sore eruptions. They caused itching, and when I would rub or prm them thny burned drffadfully and I could not enjoy a night's rest. "I had given up hope when I tried Cuticura Soap and Ointment, and it wan four