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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1921 r THE LETHBRIDGE.DAILY HERALb PAGE THRER NOWISTHETHRETOGFTRIDOF YOUR SECOND HAND FARM MACHINERY-USE SOME SPACE IN OUR COLUMNS AND REAP THE BENEFIT 60 Latter Claims in Warning To Canadian Mis- sionaries TOKIO, Feb. text of a letter -written to Canadian missionar- ies in Chiehtao. China, by Colonel Mi- lumachl, chief of a Japanese military mission, which was sent to Chientao to investigate "diabolical deeds" In Indiscriminately shooting the Korean Christians in that district and burn- ing their schools, churches and homes, has been received here. It that Colonel Mizumachi not only warned the Canadians against giving any asslatane to the indepen- dence movement or anti-Japanese Bentiment In Korea as has already teen cabled, but that he informed them "that such malicious acts would fce .detrimental to friendly relations between Great Britain and Japan who AFTCRTHEW Four Children Had WHOOPING COUGH Whooping Cought, although special- Jy a disease of childhood, is by no means confined to that period, but may occur at any time in life. It is one of the most dangerous diseases of infancy, and yearly causes more deaths than scarlet fever, typhoid or dlptheria, and ia more common in female than male children. Whooping Cough starts with sneez- Ine, watering of the eyes, irritation of tho throat. feTarishness and cough. arc now allied by treaty." The Jitpmitttte investigator called tho attention of the Canadian miBHiun- to whnt ho described ua "an un- deniable fact (.hut thoro numer- ous different peoples in your own do- minions who frunuuntly plot rebellion your government, such as tho recent non-cooperation movement in India." He declared Unit Great UriUtn and Japan were in similar positions in having racial troubles and that therefore "it is advantageous to us both Unit we should co-operato from our heart of hearts, strictly refraining from any words or action which may cause harm to either country." In warning tho Canadians against giving assistance to tho Korean in- dependence movement, Colonel zuraacM- said that if they did not re- frain from doing so, "the Buddhist? in Japan would bo able to find a legal reason for giving anti-British assist- ance to those behind tho non-cooper- ation movement in India. The same thing may be applied to the Irish he added. The Japanese colonel adopted an in- solent tone in his note, saying in one part of it that "the utmost care has been taken since the commencement of operations (in Chientao) that in- nocent citizens should not be killed, such as General Dyer did last year at Amritsar, India." The Japanese Foreign Office has since disavowed responsibility for tho sentiments expressed by the Colonel, declaring that it hud no knowledge of the latter and that it was the work of ouo man. Colonel Alizumachi endeavored to persuade the missionaries that it would be advisable for them to sup- port the attitude of Japan toward Korea. Ho told them in the letter that 1C they refrained from interfering with any political matters, devoted themselves strictly to religious work HEAR APPEAL PI Demand For Recognition Will He Many Questions WASHINGTON, Feb. Can- ;nlian Warren 0. Harding assumes office on March 4 next as President of the United States, he will have plenty of prob- lems to face, some of them old, and some new. Included in the latter cate- gory will ho the demand for recogni- tion'by the negro element of tho country. The black population is es- timated at The recognition they demand is a share in political appointments. They are also asking for legislation to protect them in their political rights. In this era of demands for "self-de-j termination" the United States negro thinks he sees his opportunity. One I element of the colored population has j been hold ing conventions and elect-1 jug a "provisional president of Af-1 rica" as well as a "leader of the Af- rican race in tho United States." But tho majority seem content to consoli- date their position on the American continent, and secure privileges time which were nominally, but never real- ly, granted them as a result of the Civil War. Negroes claim that the re- and to efforts in co-operation with the j suit of the presidential election Japanese authorities to educate the I last November was a triumph Koreans to be loyal subjects of Japan, he would assure them of the aid of the Japanese government and people. "The rise and fall of your work in and out of Korea depends solely upon whether you will co-operate with the Japanese government or he wrote. The Japanese investigator express- ed regret that churches and schools Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup is had burned but declared they mothers niul been I13 "sinks of iniquity" highly v recommended by everywhere for the relief of this 1 hy the Korean trouble as It helps to clear the clog- Replying to the missionaries' char- Bed-up air. passages of the mucous phlegm that has collected, and in this way brings on the "whoop" which brings the relief nnd heals and soothes tho lungs. Mrs. J. M. Rouse, Imperial. Sask., the last fall, my four children took, whooping cough amd one of them developed briuchitis. After using two or three bottles of Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup they were greatly relieved ot their nasty ges that inuoceut men had been shot without trial by the Japanese troops, Colonel Mizumachi wrote, "We regrel that there may have been some Inno- cent ones among those shot but under the circumstances, it has been hardly possible to tell insurgent inno- cent. It is unavoidable that some in- nocent men might have been execut- ed by mistake. This, however, of course, is against the real will of the Japanese army." Such alow measures as appealing to tho established courts coughs. It is an especially good reui- or to courts martial were impractic- edy for children, and it Is so nice they take It readily, more." and ask for Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup is 35c. and 60c. a bottle at all dealers. Put up only by the T. Milhurn Co., Limited, Toronto, ment. PILES Are Generally Caused By CONSTIPATION There are few, if any, complaints tnore common than hemorrhoids, or plies, as they are commonly called, and scarcely any which cause more 'trouble, annoyance and misery. Ninety per cent, are troubled Tvlth. them at one time or other, owing to allowing the bowels -to become in a constipated condition. Piles are classed under three head' Ings I.e. itching, bleeding and protud- Ing, and the excruciating pains which accompany them cause misery which Is beyond description. Ointments and suppositories may help and relieve for a while, but to get rid of them, it is necessary to liave a free, easy and natural motion ol the bowels, at least once or twice a day, and by doing this the cause be quickly removed. Miihurn's Laxa-Liver Pills regulate tho flow of bile to act properly on the liver and bowels, thus removing the constipation and ail its allied troubles. They contain no calomel or drastic mineral ingredients, being purely veg- etable. They are Braall and easy to take, and do not gripe, weaken or cicken. Milburn's Laxa-Livcr Pills are 25c. vial at all druggists or dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by THE HEAVIER THE STEEL anil the tougher, tha bettor wo liko It when welding, rtecause when wo have done ii fjootl job wo can point to 'that as si specimen to bo prowl of. Wo can Khow you many samplon of our woltHiiK wnrk tlmt stood tho Hoverost LAWFORD WELDING CO. Opposite Lethbrldge Hotel, able, tho Colonel declared, as many of the accused would escape. Therefore, he added, the Japanese troops "executed those insurgents on the spot after a simple trial and after undeniable evidence had been secured backed by the statements of rillag- GRAIN IN STORE them; Since the days of "Linkuni" the southern negro has been a staunch republican. But the southern white man has been a solid democrat, so that the negro vote did not bring in much in the way of results. However, last November a lot of southern white men saw fit to change their politics, and the "solid-Democratic South" was shaken to its foundations. Some of the states actually went Republican for the first time. Others were held by the Democrats hy the narrowest majorities. Everywhere the Republic-i an party made big gains. This gave the negro Republican a standing that he never .had before, and now he is trying to make the most use of it. When Mr. Harding assumes office in March he will find the representa- tives of the negro waiting on the steps of the White House. They will ask him to give the black man a j ADVERTISE YOUR FARM STOCK AND MACHINERY For Sale Here The Herald is the most satisfactory means of communication with people- of your own city and district. Send your ad. to the Herald and you'll lie sure of a reader following! ated a great deal of criticism at the FORTY-FIVE YEARS A RAILWAYMAN WITHOUT AN ACCIDENT, IS DEAD GALT, Ont., Feb. With a record of 45 years as an engineer ou the Grand Trunk railway without a single accident marked up against him, Jos. Johnston died suddenly here Satur- day night in his G7tli year. COBALT COBALT, MINERS' DISPUTE Ont., Feb. workers in the Cobalt camp will ap- ply for a board of conciliation to set- tle a difference regarding wage reduc- tion which has arisen between the operators and their employees. GREEK STRIKES SETTLED ATHENS, Feb. on tramways mid in electric power sta- tions have been declared off follow- ing the action of King Constantino in receiving deputations and intervening in favor of the strikers. chance for public office. They will re- mind him that a former Republican president, Theodore Roosevelt, broke tho ice in this respect, and ask for a resumption of the Roosevelt policy, nnd an extension of it. Roosevelt ap- pointed negroes to office, but prater- red to do so in the northern states, where the feeling against tho blacks was uot as keen as it is in the South. Hie action in entertaining Booker T. Washington at the White House cre- KEEP AWAY FROM THE, GYPSIES BOSTON', Feb. on the prediction of a fortune teller that Antonio Carbonello would do him bodily harm within 24 hours, Francesco Bonois is alleged to have shot and killed Carbonello last night. FORT WILLIAM, Feb. fol- lowing statement of stocks in store in public terminal elevators at Port Arthur and Fort William on February 11, with receipts and 'Shipments dur- ing the week, was issued by tho board of grain commissioners on Saturday Stocks in bushels; oats barley 8SC; flax rya bushels; oats barley flax; 711; rye Rail SS6.2S1 bushels; oats barley flax rye NO RELIEF FOR TO.RONTO STRIKERS TORONTO, Feb. ship- builders who have been on strike here for some time applied to civic relief headquarters on Saturday for relief, but were refused. The officials hand- ling the relief for the city claimed that they had a right to assume that thG strikers, being union men were drawing strike pay from the union. They also took the ground that these men had been offered work and had refused it. AUCTION SALE REGISTER WEDNESDAY, FEB. Closing out sale of Mrs. F. B, cattle, machin- ery, and household goods. On N.W. 6 miles S.W. of Barons. THURSDAY, MARCH Closing out sale of John Net- cattle, machin- ery, tractors, tractor household goods. On S.E. 11-22, 6 miles N.E. of Noble'ford. Jacob Johnson; estate sale; north of Barons; early in March, date made known later. Closing-out sale of A. M. Grant, east iM Barons; date sel- ected later. Closing-out sale of C. B. Mc- Clelland, east of Barons; date selected later. Mammoth clearance sale of horses, cattle, and machinery in the village of Barons. Come in and list your stuff you wish to sell. Select your sale dates and get your ad. in this free fist. ED. POPHAM THE AUCTIONEER BARONS, ALTA. MRS. H. O. PETERS, of Kansas City, Mo., whose experience with Tanlac has been nothing less than wonderful, declares her hus- band. After her improvement he takes It himself and his health la also restored. POLISH PRINCE TO LONDON PARIS, Feb. Sapieha. Polish foreign minister, left Paris for London last night. He was in this city with other Polish officials for the pur- "T Milbirn'Co "ij'mlte'd Toronto pose of a commercial agreement between Poland and 'France anrl during his stay here mili- tary matters were discussed. Prom London he will go to Rome and later to Bucharest. In an interview short- ly after his arrival in Paris, he declar- ed Rumania and Poland were nego- tiating a treaty. AUSTRALIAN CRICKET MELBOURNE, Feh. Associated Australians "One day a friend persuaded my wife to take Tanlao. and the results have been nothing less than wonder- ful. Her troubles have not only en- tirely disappeared, hut she has actual- ly gained twenty pounds in weight and now seems to be in perfect health. She has suffered for eight years with headaches, nervousness and loss of appetites and was in a badly run down condition. She could not eat much, had pains all through her body and limbs and was so weak at limes she could hardly stand on her feet. She to England's 284. Armstrong, the Australian captain, scored 123 not out. Kngland had scored for one wink- et in its second innings when stumps people attended the day's play. completed their first iur.ings in weight and gradually get- fourth cricket test match with Eng-1 tinS worse all the time ill spite of land today well in the lead scoring a" wft c011'11 'lo- "After seeing the splendid results my wife was getting I begun tvking Tiinlac myself and before 1 had fin my w-roml bc.tUo. I was eating were drawn. The wlckot In ox-, ngs lla'' "ot touch before cellent condition. Twentv thousand a time- am eating just anything set before mo and my appe- tite is tine. I suffered for flvo years with the worst kind ot stomach trou- ble and nervous indigestion, but it has relieved me entirely. We both owe Tanlac a great debt of gratitude." Tho above enthusiastic statement CORRECTION In the first division Knslish football Barnes make Manchester City Thin docs not change the standing Tottenham Hotspurs won was made recently hy Herbert O Peters, well-known citizen of Kansas City, Missouri, residing at Wal- nut street. Tanlae is sold In Lothbridgfi by .1 D. Iliglnhotham Co., Limited drug- PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES OSTEPATHIC! Wo mako switches, transformations, etc., from your combings. Switches 51.00 an 07.. Sulway Hair Factory, Cardstoii, Alta. SPiRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. 29-26 VRKE PERSONAL INTERVIEWS or particulars by mail, regarding Viavi Remedies. Lethbrldge Viavi Co. Mrs. K. F. Hunck. Phone 18S3. 527 Sth St. S. 42-26 NEWS AND VIEWS Reading is the greatest factor in edu- cation. Get all you can oat of News. But be sure your wisdom is perfect. It may not distress you now but the longer you neglect your eye- sight the more it will affect your future health and efficiency. Bet- ter ace us for, a free eiamiattioa. J. M. HENDERSON Care Wright's Jewelry Store. DR. J. B. HORNING, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 315-18-20 Sherlock Bldf. Hours and bj appointment Phone 1999 PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM Private Hos- pital, 1224 7th Ave. S., Phone 746. Accommodation for sur- medical and maternity pa- tients. .Private and semi-private rooms. Rates J30.00, 133.00 and a week. Write for information to Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations at the Royal Academy awl Hoyal Co'Jage of Music, London, England. 100 per cent, last year successful. MRS. W. H. ol Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for the Toronto Conservatory of Music eiamn if desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 1238 5th Ave A South. CLEANERS AND PRE8SERS F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 427 5th St. S. Oppoaita the Empress Plione 195D Residence Phono 1987 THK in French dry cleaning. We are the oldest cleaners in the city. We use tha genuine French system, cov- ers every eliminates pos- sible Injury to garments, giving high class results. Special attentitjn to country work. 324 Sth Street South. Phone 1812. Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS Football PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATION8 REUBEN C. FAHRIS Suite Acadla Block. Phone 1816. OUNSMITHS barrels straightened, guns restock- ed, gun work done ty a gunsmith; keys made, locks repaired, bicycles. typewriters, phonographs, light machinery repaired; lawn mowera sharpened. D. B. Macdonald, Indian i Motorcycle Agent Phono 1031, 6th I Street, opposite Herald Office. !__________DECORATING____________ (WELLINGTON Decora- j tors, Paperhangers and Painters: Kalsomlninf, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. Tho oldest established painters in Lethbrldge. Res. phono 1472; office phone 1762. Sherlock Slug., Letn- bridge. Alberta. ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Office: Conybeare Block. Phones 711 and 1065. S1-2S L. Decorating and Paperhansing. Phone 690. Oil Sth Avenue South. 117.0 WELDING BOILER REPAIRING WELDING W. N. KUTH. 1001 1ST AVENUE S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. ELECTEIC SUPPLIES Electric Light anfl Power Contractors Phone 1332 tucnue 409 Sth St. S. Lethbrldge Farm Lighting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work of Cardston Temple PIANO TUNING G. II. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon. ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London. England. References to the leading musician1- of fhe city. Phone 1168. (J27 30th Street South. ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OF ARMY AND NAVY Veterans in Canada, Lethbridgo Unit No. 01 Veterans desirous of .inininp flu: association, Clili obtaiu i.i- fcniiatioii and application forms from the secretary, L. Leigh, P. 0. Box li. Lnthbridge. B. L. Copeland E. R. Kent Phone 1803. Phone 1B47 THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Paperhangicg a specialty. Satisfied customers our aim. 616 12t> St. South._______ JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Established 1909 Thirty-five years' experience in Exterior and Interior Decorating 967 llth Street South Estimates free. Res. phone 1104 j WINTER RADIATORS Wby not hare your Automo- bile Radiator Re-cored before the frost cornea, with the beak Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop in and let ua tell you about It, or agk someone who has one. They STAND UP, ANDY The Radiator Mm 4th Ave. S. Behind Silvtr Grill. FARMERS! When in need of any TRACTOR Repairs it will he to ypur intsr- cat to try US. We have an up-to-date Machine Shop and employ >only firct-clacs Machinists. Satisfaction in and1 workmanship. Tractor Cylinders regraund, and with over-size pMons and NIVENBROS. 216 S. Phone 1732, HERALD WANHD, L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Otient Agtnt Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING. HOME-PORTRAITURE, ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. TRY HERALD TO ;