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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FEBHUAHY 17, HKil OFIIflEMEtW A. McCoig Wants Ad I'orce Manufacturers to Conform OTTAWA. (Can. I'rnss.) of tlic mamit'artiiro of parts ot auriuiUlirui inachliK.'ry is ajBiiii to bo thi) subject ot a rowilu- in tiic commons. A. U. McColm. Kent West, asks for au act providing tiiiit al'lor Novemlw 1D2-, that all macliinory and farm parts for use in Canada made to a standard pititcrii and Iliat tho minister of agri rulturo Issue tho necessary rogulii lions. He wants thrso regulations approv- ed prior to .Voveniber 1, with the proviso tiiat alter November 1, that any manufacturer violating llu) regulations incur a penalty of not loss than and not more than IOLASIFORIYYW Lenine Explains Russian Situa- tion to Delegates From Spain THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY WESTERN DAIRYMEN FOREGATHER IN WINNIPEG PAGE TIACHiRS NBW WKSTM1NSTER, fob. poiltlooB on llio leaching suit of the city schools arc vacant today an thi. romlt. of tho inronty-iilx cchool teachers wlio hnve been on strike sinco Monday mornlnR for an inciease.l lalary schod- ulc, fiilliiiK to ronnnio tholr du- ties this inumliiK in acuordanco uu ultimatum isnied by UK? school board. H Rtt.ltiif utiM rift It qntektf Or Chne's OM i tie. ill MwMjWwh i Mb. ill feifcrt. j Dr. Chases I two delegates. Hon- or de los Rios ami Senor Angiiisino. vhom the Spanish -Socialist party sent t.o Moscow to present ils conditions for affiliation to the Third Internation- al, have returned to Spain, after spending two months in Russia. They have presented their report to the i party committee, and a So- j cialist congress been called for j April nt which the expediency, ot Adopting the communist idea as it is demonstrated In Russia will be do- cided. Both delegates have returned hor- rified at what they witnessed 01' 'ho conditions in Russia, yet full of u.Irair- ution for the colossal possibilities of the Russian revolution. Uut white An- nd W Car, HansenVn: d roW-N. C. Morden: A. IJiigJen, Winnipeg: Winnipeg; I. Ingleson. A. Stoodley. lirandou: J. McDonald, Mclitia; G. Xunnerley, c. F. j E HiESHSS taiorshtu of the proletariat would be U-hile we a4 awjifn 1o anreLt of 'WorW-widB revolution "We have never spoken of liberty 1917 We the dictatorship of the amonsst the Rns C n ,n1 ''lper comiwlly' in T IWPe'' a lon' K'' lliid "ot "ce" tore'B" but be- COSt us. Wo shall exercise the over ihem until they submit. Gradual- ly their psychology is changing. Onr liiflicnlty is that .we have no indust- rial products, with which to pay tile peasants for the produce we requisi- tion from them. We. therefore, have to continue printing paper money, which is iiotliins more than n promise of pay- ment in kind. I estimate the dictator- ship will last about years. In Ens- land or llermany, which are manufact- iirniK countries, it would much shorten." The Spanish delegates then object- ed that by granting concessions to foreicn capitalists the soviet govern- ment was prolonging the period of die- aroused their militarist enthusiasm. I and we shall now slowly awaken tin ronthuslasni for reconstruction cou- tributo 30 cents each annually to the National Dairy Council. This was the outcome of a discussion which oc- cupied the whole of the morning ses- approximately aii.smp toils of news-1 sion Thursday of the provincial dairy print per day. a decrease of one cent j convention in Calgary and which for per pound will mean a reduction in greater part centred round the ON DAIRY COUNCIL CALGARY, Feb. dairy producers will be requested to HOLD POST MORTEM .MOXCTON', X. U.. Feb. IT.-Vilalj organs from four of the six victims j of the fire which destroyed the home 101' Oliver tlaiits Sieevtis. Niagara road. Albert county. Tuesday, were I today removed by order of Coronc-r j Botstord oa instructions from tile' attorney-general and will be forward-' ed lo SI. John for examination by doc-1 tors I here. The remains of till'lliose who perished in I he lire buried j gross receipts of S.'ili.iiOl) a day. As a result of the announcement of the cut. Abitibi paper suffered a sharp break on the local slock exchange to- day, 'dropping from IT at the opening lo 43 at the close. lumiu tile fact thai at the present time were really only four actual produc- ers mcmhern of the organization. NO SHIPBUILDING AID OTTAWA. Feb. Press.I i lo a return tabled In tho I house by the minister of finance, mi liabilities have been undertaken or notes endorsed for tbs purpose of promoting shipbuilding under the act passed for that purpose last session. A COSTLY RAILWAY VICTORIA. Feb. deficit of the Pacific Great Eastern Railway last year was For MIS it was Since the rail- way was taken over by the province a few years ago, It coat the pro- vince fM.309.li69.iO. They WORK while you sleep" HIGHLY COLORED SHIRTS BANNED AT SING SING I STEAMER ARRIVALS President Grant at York from iano believes in the ellicacy of the dictatorship of the proletariat. De los .Rios does not. They iireseuteii three I objections raised by the Spanish So- cialists to the inexorable 21 points, and they brought, back from Moscow a pressing appeal irom the executive committee ot the Communist Interna- tiona! to the Spaaisli proletariat to over-ride the hesitations of their chiefs and join up. The Spanish delegates had an in- teresting interview with Leniiie. They Mesantic at NVw York from San .iuan Palria at Naples from Xew York. Ccdrie at Liverpool fnnn .Now York. Scandinavian at S; .Inim. X.R.. Southampton. Al.-lmora Head ai John. X.B., from British I'orls. D'Halia at Xew York from Genoa. LIFE INSURANCE J OTTAWA. Feb. IT.-One of the out- I standing features in the insurance business during the year ended March FIVE MONTHS 11, was the excessive mortality OSSINING. X. ahirts and cravats of barber polo design, occas- ionally used in the sartorial make-up of some of Sing Sing prison's flashy inmatea, are condemned to exile in an order issued by Warden Lawes. The prison regulations as to dress have been violated recently to such an ex- tent, it ie said, that many of the roil call formations have made an appear- ance like a Mexican rebel army on parade. Every prisoner is to wear the full uniform of prison grey. "DANDERINE" Girls! Save Your Hair] Make It Abundant! linen i y In' tlle provides for five com; to the life months of daylight saving, instead of USUI.JHCC companies in Canada dur- seven. Pndor the provisions of this c tit "e We''e chnnges will be mada ou April 30 and September SO. aro eonstipateil. bilious, anil: whai you need is one or two tonight pure for your liver anil I bowela. Then you ivlll wake up won-1 dering what became of your dizzi-1 ness, sick headache, bad cold, or upset gassy stomach. Ko Inconvenience. Children love Cas- carets, too, 10, 25 fiO cents. Day Values For Friday and Saturday THE BIG THREE Co-operate in Bargain Event WRIGHT-HEDLEY-THAELL THE JEWELER THE DRUGGIST MEN'S WEAR DO YOUR SHOPPING IN ONE BLOCK WHERE YOUR DOLLAR GOES FARTHER. WRIGHT'S Immediately after a "Danderine massago. your hair takes on new life, lustre and wondrous beauty, appear- ins twice as heavy and plentiful, be- cause each hair seems to (luff and thicken. Don't let your, hair stay life- less, colorless, plain or scragglv. You, too, want lots oE Ions, atrbng, 'beauti- ful hair. A 35-cent bottle of delightful freshens your scalp checks dantlruir and falling hair. This stimulating "beauty-tonic" gives to thin, dull, fading hair that youthful brightness and abundant All You not oxpehment- i ii who n ymi use Dr. Cliasc's Olnt- ECZEMA 1 ECITO, skll, -jrrij-n-. tlous It rc'lievrs at oncu nud cradu- ally hoalg tho Samplo Ut LBase a Ointuient Iree if you mention this uiier and lend lor vostagc. ixc. o boi; all dealers or JCUuianson, Bates Co IJiTilteil. Toronto. 00 Come to the 15-min- ute service at noon Friday, At The Y.HCA. Through At 12.25 SPEAKER REV. J. J. FRANKLYN JEWELRY.CHINA.CUTGIASS, SILVER GOODS, BEAD NECKLETS, ETC. NEW GOODS ON DISPLAY DAILY- SELLING REGULARLY FROM TO Your Choice for One Dollar TO SPEND IS EASY-TO GET MORE FOR WHAT YOU SPEND IS A REAL ACHIEVEMENT. OUR ENORMOUS STOCK MUST BE REDUCED. 1898 1921 Take your Dollars where they will buy most. We are making big Leather Cribbage Boards, un- A A Lather Brushes; a big assort- A A value. A A At 41.00 to A A e At .....................41.00 and 6 oz. cakes Air Cushions; worth A A Parisian Ivory Buffers, Perfume Bottles, Picture Frames, and Glove 1 A A Stretchers Special Hair Brush and Mineral A A Per pint (wine, ..........41.00 Beef, Iron and Per pint (wine) Lilac Lotion, for toilet and after shave Harris Hair Tonic, the best for -g A A dandruff................41.00 Assortment of Leather Goods Pouches, Pocket Writing A A Sets....................3M.UU SEE OUR WINDOWS and SHOW CASES The Frank Drug Co. Phone 772. Prescription Specialists. Conybeare Block. DOLLAR DAY ITEMS of Special Interest in Men's Wear Friday and Saturday Black and Grey WORK ular price 50c A A 3 pairs for......................tbl.UU Pure Wool CASHMERE ular and Special, -g AA Men's and Presi- dent styles. Reg. 85c and A A pair. Special, 2 pairs for 3) I .UU WOOL GLOVES-Regular 50 and per pair. flj -i A Per Men's Cotton WORK lar to and (ft -t A A 1 ,UU CANVAS GLOVES-Knit wrist. Reg- ular 35c pair. Special, A A 5 pairs ARMBANDS AND lar 75c pair. Special, one pair, -g A A each..................