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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1921 THE LBTHBRIDGE DAlLY HERALO PAGE NINE I Both Washington and Ottawa Express Watch His Effonu Lethbrldgp's board, of trade is still trying to get the truili about whether "Rainmaker" Hatfield can call down drops of moisture from the uncloud- ed vault of neural that will rais'i a million dollar crop in the -Medicine Hat district. G. K. Marnoch, Hi pre- sident of the hoard of trade has com- municated with Sir R. V. Stupart, of the Dominion Meteorological office, Toronto, nnd with the United States Department of Agriculture, weather bureau, again Asking for further as- sistance in this campaign. His letter to Sir K. F. Stupart reads: January lio, 1921. Just how thu rainstorm! are to be made to orik'r Is not Kilt forth In the contract, but lintlleld is to be paid 14.004 an inch, with a maximum of for a 1-Inch rainfall. He In to be given credit for only one-halt the total precipitation, the in- taronco in tho contract being that Prurldenco dMerres credit for the other bait. Home-made, Equal for Caught faintly supply rtil, afill about If you havo a ftferere cotinh o? chest with soreness, throat tickle hoarseness, or brcathinjr, or if your child wakes up duriiiK the nitfht with croup ami you want quick help, try tliis reliable old home-made uoimh remedy. Any Uru-iuist ciin supply you with OUIICGB of rinex. Tour thia into a IB-oa'. bolite and fill thu liottlo with plain syrup. Or you can use clarified mo- Jasiic.s, honey, or corn syrup, uf sityar syrup, if desirnd. This recipe makes Hi ounces ot" really remarkable coutrh remedy. It tastes good, and in spite of its low coat, it win bo depended upon tu uivu quick and histini: rt'liof. You can feel this take hold of a coiiirh in a that, raeana It lopiji'iis and riiisvs ttic phlegm, stops ihroat tickle and soothes and hesils tlio irritated niembranos that line the throat nnd bronchial tubes with such prompt- ness, certainty that it is really astonishing. Pinex is a Rpecial nnd ronccn- trfited romponnd of genuine Norwuy pine and is probnbly the best known means of nvcrcoming eevere throat, nnd ohest colds. There are mnny worthless imitatfons of thia mix-hire. To avoid disappoint- ment. for "2Va ofJ Pines" with full other. Medicated dentifrices should not bo used by children. What they need is just thorough scrubbing of the teeth twice each day with clean water ant a mild, pleasant tooth paste or powd er. t Toronto And Fight Over Reduction in LOSS OF DERRICK IN BARNWKLL FIELD PLACED AT (From Our Correspondent) BAKNWKLU Fob. tho heavy wind of Thursday lust, the big which was constructed by tho company hero, to accommodate the rotary drill, was blown over and wrecked. Thu drill was not yut lu place but the loss is estimated at about The marriage took pl.icu on the 14th inst. at the home of Frank 11. Henderson here, of his daughter Alice to Mr. Willis Octier, also of Barnwell. The ceremony ivas per- formed by Bishop Anthony Haynes, of Taber. The yuiine couple will re- side on Mr. Ochor's farm. Lawrence Peterson, director of tho U.F.A. Is spending the week visiting the U.'F.A. locals on the Ciirdston branch. Several cases of measles and one of mumps has been reported in the district. Prominent Family Leaving Arrangements are being mado for a farewell party to be held Friday, Feb. 19, in the Barnwell church, for John W. Anderson and family who arc leaving here to reside in British Columbia. Mr. Anderson Is one of our prominent farmers, who has de- voted a great deal of his time to the promotion of tho Taber irrigation project. He has acted as a member of the irrigation board from its or- ganization until he resigned recently on account of leaving. He has always taken a leading part in TJ.F.A. affairs. Tho Barnwell Dramatic Co.. repeat- ed their comedy drama "A Blade to a good sized audience in the Rei Theatre, Taber, on Wednes- day evening. Tho two local patrols of Boy Scouts, under the direction Scout- master Ralph Johnson, gave a dance on Friday evening. A program con- sisting of first aid demonstrations, songs, marching and dancing; with refreshments bf cake and lemonade made and served by the boys, made an Interesting evening for alb who at- tended. Miss Ivy Jensen of Aetna is visit- Ing for a few weeks with her sister, Mrs. Ralph Johnson. CANADIAN TRADE IN CHINA ON THE DECLINE VICTORIA, D. C., Feb. though Canada maintains a trade in Shanghai, Canadian business in China is on the decline, according to M. C. Campbell, of Glas- gow, representative of a large ex- porting house at Shanghai, who reach- ed here today by the steamer Em- press of Japan from China. Owing to the famine, the dead line exchange and other contributing fac tors, a serious business situation has developed at Shanghai and Hongkong Speaking of the famine, Mr. Campbell says the actual conditions are much worse than indicated by the famine stories hitherto received from China WILSON WILL REPORT ON WAR FUND EXPENSES WASHINGTON, Feb. House officials announced today thai President Wilson before his retire ment March 4 would make a final itemized report showing Urn disburse- ments and allotments made by him out of tlie war fund voted by congress. The house after a stormy session yesterday adopted a resolution ing upon him sucli a report. ftlmoK tht iion of thi BMUtiful, With too, its brings the ipirit of tin Hut withio our rJooti. Tha tinlcU of china is dutant dtlicioat and brincflneh thun clw Jeliahu aiuf of th. Fir Ewt. Bf.nd tucno ui the luit of In fwund and hglf.fmmJ U OHASI Mpntrwl. Qua. GEHMANS STALLING ON BRINGING WAR CRIMINALS TO BOOK BERLIN, Feb. German government has asked permission to send a qualified representative to con- fer with the British, French aud nel- glan judicial authorities in an effort to accelerate tho prosecution of per- sons charged with war crimes in tho preliminary list submitted by the al- lies. Britain ir, the only country ap pealed to that has yet consented, nnd a representative of the foreign office will leave for London next week to confar with representatives of the department of justice on the manner ol conducting the trials. Of the 45 persons accused in tho preliminary list submitted by tho al- lies 13 are declared to be dead, or their whereabouts unknown. The proceedings instituted against the others have resulted inconclusively, It Is learned, because of tho absence of tangible evidence against them. The British government furnished data in the cases of seven of the accused, but this evidence, it is claimed, has been found 'lacking in the concrete facts necessary to carry on prosecution be- fore the German court trying the cases at Leipzig, which also demands that the accusing witnesses be pre- sent. luttonary leader, the Herald's Moscow corresiwrident bays that some of tho speakers used thy occasion to criti- cize the Russian Bolshevik govern- ment. Particularly hitter, he added, were the anarchists, but the social revolutionaries also spoke freely. Em- ma Goldman was among the funeral orators. SECRET STORE OF ARMS IN 1IHLIN BERLIN, Feb. official state- ment concerning the recent dlscowry of a secret store of arms in wtst end of Berlin, says it is estimated the number of rifles seized will total a considerable number, two thousand having already been counted. Terrible Weeptag TORONTO, Feb. th. painters and decorators' union or this city were contemplating asking for one dollar an hour this spring, the -Master Painters' Association -reduce( the present scale of 75 cents an hour to cents an hour. Twenty-five men are on strike, and the master painters have issued an ultimatum that unless the men return to work tomorrow, the employers' association will dispense with the services of every union painter in Toronto. The union decided last night to fight the employers. WILL BRING TRUST AND LOAN COMPANIES UNDER INSPECTION THIS SESSION PARLIAMENT MAY DEBATE QUESTION OF "NO POLITICS" ORDER OTTAWA, Feb. view Is expressed here that the dispute be- tween the management and employees of the Canadian National Railways arising from President Hanna's "no politics" order may be the subject of debate in the house during the present session. H i.i felt tUat the employees .wouid prefer to have their case placed before parliament posalbly by a labor member to taking imme- diate drastic action. While both par- lies are standing firm, it is believed some way out of the difficulty might fce found on the floor of parliament. OTTAWA. Feb. prob- ably will be legislation during this session, it is understood, which will have for its purpose the bringing of investment, loan and trust companies under government Inspection on the same basis as insurance companies are now inspected. This will mean the amending of two acts, those re- specting loan companies and trust companies. The inspection probably would be vested in the insurance de- partment 'of the finance department. It is understood that there will be lit- tle objection to the proposed bill from the loan and trust companies now op- erating in the Dominion. TOO COLD UP HIGH SEATTLE, Feb. J, Devil- iiers "the flying cowboy'' yesterday attempted to establish a parachute jump record over Seattle but was forced by the extreme cold to make his jump at B.200 feet Instead of tho mark he had tet. The air- plane thermometer registered 14 'grees below zero at feet, Devil- Hera said. ANOTHER N.D. BANK CLOSES ITS DOORS FARGO. K. D.. Feb. North Dakota bank lias closed its doors. The Scandinavian American Bank of this city, wan closed this morning by order of Stato Bauk Examiner 0. E. Lofthus. No official statement regarding closing has been given out, but mention of the bank has been made at various meetings in connection with the ntatu legisla- ture's investigating committee. tWtt tUUiMf trvutU. J mfitft ii by win j eiMM'v MMf4Jttr fiUft. EMMA GOLDMAN AT FUNERAL OF PRINCE LONDON, Feb. his account of the funeral at Moscow of Prince Kropotkln, Russian author and revo- tave mitred with veepiw iww tkc ttat my hand. wer. have tried and tried remedlef, without re- have up work and BMttb for have been conplttatr halfabottleofu.rj.D. ThiiUUwtubltaaceof Cutfl caa be unt jwi from your ftwuvlcillly. Writ, for Canadian tottiwwiala, tattle of D D. D. tadir. WM nftr Ibnrunt another momenff If tof (a) Stlier on the bottle, we will refoidwHijrtl U.Ma bottle, Trr D. D. J. D. Higinbotham Co, Limited, Druggists, Lethbridge. NERVOUS, IRRITABLE, AILING WOMEN Britten Tills How Sin Was Restored To Health After SifforioK for More Than A Year. Another Triuupk f or lydit E. PlnUum'i Comtmad Dimoeitl., mfltmmnion ud displace- ment ud wttkiMM, and it hid been neglected n long that itcaoud great pain, ud ibis affMtcd my mind and cerTM to that I waa Irritable. I had sereri pabu BOBtb, so that I was often oblifid to lie in bid far two daji at a I suf- fered for BOM than a jftr bsfere my f riendi said, Way don't yon try Lydia t Pink- bam's So 1 purehaied mt after anatber trntil I had tea bottlas, E. PlnUum's SautiTaWaah. I so amch btMft from this tnataMnt that I an now to do ny owe Mrs. W.D. Barrow, R. No. 2, Hick, I wa> bothered for a me awith fmali troublu and WM so nerroas I felt almost _, afraid at times. I alio bad a in my right and JM was certainly in a bad way. Lydia Compound has reliered me of these nerrona feelings and pains snd I am much bitter in cvary way. I don't know just how many bottlM I hare taken, bat 1 took it for nearly a year and it has done nut a world of Ura. GRANGES, K. No. 8, Box 51, Kalarnazoo, Michigan. Good health it a woman's greateit met, With it she may be Inspira- tion of her husband, a happy mother, and the life of the home. Without it suffer! agonies herielf, household duties burdm, and her family it made miserable by her condition. Is it any wonder that these women were nerrous and irritable after nrffer- ing so long from such deranged conditions? Such ailments act directly noen the nerrei, and it haa been said that a large percentage of nerroai prtufra- tien.nervouideipondancy, "the nervous irritabilty of woman from some derangement of the female organism. If women who are In this condition would only profit by the of othera and take Lydia E. Finkhun'l Vegetable Compound at oace, much suf- fering and nnhappineaa would be averted, aa everyone knows a nervous, irri- table, ailing mother home unhappy and her condition irritates both huabaad and children. Lydia Pimkham's Prirate Text-Book npon "Ailments Pecu- liar to Yiomtm" will be sent to you free upon request. Write to The E, Plnkbam Medicine Co., Lynn, Mmimrhnntti This book contains raluable information, "When you eat let it be the Best" WACSTAFFE'S Pineapple Marmalade Celepr.ti4lr.iBble Jelly Ginger Marmalade GREAT APPETIIEBS IN SILVER PANS Yonr ThMi ;