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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1921 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NWF Political Surgery, Major Operation Needed to Save Canada Says Bob. Rogers OTTAWA, Feb. Robert Rogers In an Interview night In reference to the West Peterfaoro bye-election "There l> no rnllUking the voice of the electorate of Pater- bore. They have spoken in tonet louder than thunder demanding Immediate return of party govern- ment, demanding- discontinuance in Canada of political demanding'real political surgery, demanding a major operation that will -eava Canada from the mcnoca of the noxious group of manipula- of war profltteers and their "Owing to the dawdling attltuefe of the Canttflin people generally thla. eo laainUal to Canada's future, hat been too long deferred. If the rank and file of loyal everywhere kave yet fined Canada In any nmionat crii- la are quick to a full W My to their country that today tnmMiiaj {in tht bal- ance at the parting of many ways. then they wHI of their that Canada mfftree) and loat became ttiey failed at a Churchill Plans jMeMDept. Endeavor- to Lighten the Financial Burden Caused by Mandates LONDON, Feb. .Spen- Churchill, the newly-appointed secretary for the eolouies, announced laat nlgh't whit u-aa already unofficial- ly known, that he had been entrust- ed with the formation and conduct of a new "middle east department." Mr. Churchill was taking formal leave ot the' principal officials of the war oflice aid referrinK to the hoa.vy military expenditures, explained that it was.the outcome of extra commit- ments placed on Great Britain by the supreme-council in the maintenance of tropps. on. the Rhine and in Con- stantinople aiid In the execution of mandates in Palestine and Mesopo- tamia, which'had "thrown heavy add-i- tional expense on the army estimates, a large portion of .which would in the near future fall to him through the new middle eant department. He proposed, when the machinery .was created in a few months, to ask i parliament for a giving him the responsibility and permitting him to i bear the burden. He proposed to re- liere the army department of the vaguo indefinite .formidable ox clear, skin tear, tka Whet rm coiirtipited dWttrr to hide it with witb cosmetics tike if Dr. C aldwell's Luitire SWOB eomblutlea el lu.tin herbs with MMjn. mi hranila h m tbl Vnliie pilli. ar-Cdd. orat bottle will last montbi, and oil lu ttofuallraailKK. VJIM iwnjj lilt to tea Dr. G4J- Dr. W. a CoUwel, 19 From BnJKfrmj; an4 fc M Plan for Imperial Conference Urged Kiag In Throne Speech TotKsMt ImporUicc of German Paper Now Underselling Ours M Mills Charging Five Six U. S., Get- Cents Comlrtf tho speech from the throne today tho King an- nounced that proposals! for tho re- moval of control of the homo price and export quantities of coal would be followed at Uio earliest possible moment by tho complete restoration of tho industry to its normal condi- tions of freedom, bills also would bo submitted. for re-organlzntion of the railways of Great Britain, com- pletion of land purchased in Ireland and facilitating a church union in Scotland. Hope was expressed by the King that the work of tho committee with reform of house ot lords would be finished in time to permit its proposals being submitted to liament at the present session. King said he prayed that the assumption by his subjects in India lot their.saw political responsibilities would secure a progressive admJnis- I tration and an early appeasement of political strife. The policy of the government regarding Egypt follow- i ing inrsstigation of the special miwion there, he declared, would be laid before the members of par- liament. jmpcrial Conference The Ring also announced that he was glad to say that arrangements had been made to renew personal con- sultations between bis ministers in London and their colleagues In (he governments .of tba overseas domin- ions. His majesty, in dealing with this point, referred to the good results ot such consultations dnrinc the last .'two years..of the war and during the .peace settlement, adding '1 hope the prime ministers of Can-: ada, Australia, New South Africa and Newfoundland as well 'as tbe of India, wil! be able to visit t-onSpn during the com- WASIi.INGTON, 'Feb. commerce fssned today radicate that ing summer. I am confident that dis-' German pape_r manufacturers cussions thdt will .take place' during i.. t.-ji-j. nx-i. _ .their vialts will.be of the utmost value 1n bringing abQnt co-ordination, both making a big" bid fof the Uiiiied' Statas newsprint and ;s.re 'nnder- lline Canadian pfils by.rroin 2 1-2 '-'I.eiBBis' a pounf. report OB the newsprint Importa- tor the mcmtli of 1950, that Germajiy now occupies sec- ond 'flace bm the list... fniports from tteraiarit kmointeil tb IS, pounds valued which wcrhs ort at pound. Im- ports "from ammmtea to- pounds, valued at tto Canadian pirtce to "Cnited States live to six and a hair CMta tMj.Mill MatiHofca WINNIPEG, Feb.' in the external and internal policy of the empire." from LON'DOtf, of new shares" by the Anglo-Persian pi! tne I company, has been ilecldetl upon -by Us Ottawa directors corporation, in i Which the French govern- .are financially- interested, it is Second preferred shares to tho amount ;6f :ten million pounds aatlon which 'was eipertericeil taring part of last year by rea- A Danger Signal- Tender and Bleeding Gums Healthy teeth cannot live in diseased tissue. tainted with Pyorrhea are dangerously diseased. For not only the teeth are affected, but Pyorrhea into the body, lower its vitality and cause many Pyofrteh begins with tendar and bleeding gums. Then the gums recede, the teeth decay, and fall out, or must be extracted to rid the of tha poisonous germs .that breed in pockets about them. Four out of five people over forty havtthia duetue. But fan need not have it. Visit your ofttn (or tooth and gum inspection. And keep Pyorrhea porhan's For ihe Fpthan's For the will prevent check its used in time uied ently. Ordinary dentifrices .cannot do this. Forhan'a keeps the gums hard and htajthy, the teeth white anil clean, If you have tender or bleeding gums, using it today. If gum-shrinkage has already tet in, use-Toiha'n's according to and CDBMtb dentist-immediately for special treatment. 35c and 60c in Canada and U. S. U your druggist cannot supply you. aend price to and we will mail tube postpaid. son af and the high jplces demanded hy the manufactnr- great importance irill oe attacked ;o an order-fn-conncil just passed by the federal government, which, tt is sipected, will result in the construc- tion in the near future of a large and mill in Western Canada. "This order-ih-council which has tast been signed by' the goVemor-in- provides for offering for sale by either public auction or competition by' a "large pulp wood herth covering; certain Dominion and school lands lying eaat of Lake Winnipeg in the province of Manitoba. The total available area is estimated at approx- liBUely 718 square miles. "The successful bidder or tenderer, as. the case may be, will be required to enter into an agreement with the minister of the interior, representing crown, to erect within tho limits of the berth, or at some other place approved by the minister a pulp and paper mill costing with equipment and machinery, not less than and further that he will operate the mill In. such manner that the daily output shall not be less than 100 tons of pulp. At least 50 per cent, of this pulp must be manufactured into paper at the same plant." SOUTHAMS MAY BUY TWO MORE PAPERS TORONTO, Feb. Toronto Globe today says that "rumors" from Hamilton indicate that the newspaper interests of -Wm. Southara and Sons, owners of the Hamilton Spectator, Ottawa Citizen and other Canadian papers, are negotiating 1'or the pur- chase of the Toronto World and the Montreal Herald. The Toronto World, says the. rumor, may be changed from a morning to an evening paper. Report Is Denied OTTAWA, Feb. "There ia abso- lutely nothing to it. It is hardly worth was all that William Southam would say here today when his attention was drawn to the To-' ronto dispatch in reference to a rumor that Hie Southam interests were negotiating for the purchase of Toronto World and the Montreal Herald. Denied Again TORONTO, Feb. de- nial to a report in a morning paper that the Southam interests of Hamil- ton might acquire the Toronto World j' and issue it as an evening paper, wag given today by 0. T. Clarkson, asaig-li nee in charge of the World. Ho that certain negotiations were on, but not with the Southam interests. and additional preferred stock worth flve million pounds, will fee placed on the market for the purpose of enabl- ing the company to develop Us plant ,ind Us largely Increasing out- put and its. distributing facilities after the end of next year when Its con- tracts with the Asiatic Petroleum com- pany expires. Shortly after the meeting ot Prem- iers Lloyd George and Millerand a! San Werno, Italy; last April, it was announced that a group of bankers had reached an agreement with the Anglo-Persian company for devalopment on a large scale of oil supplies from British sources. At that time it wus laid a French com pany with a capital of olie hundred million francs was., being formed; PLANNED TO BOMB PRESIDENTIAL YACHT 9