Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
TEK THE I.ETUBR1DGE DAHA' HKiULl) WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1920 exclusive of operators at eachj eud ol the wire. The Toronto commission ou New York orders one-fourth ot onu per cent-' per ftare. The eplt; with XCMP York reuucea the Toronto brokers' ccunmlsEtoHs to ece-olghlb of ens per cent, share. EacU To-j ronto house must handle IGkOOO per to ma- least JSO.vOO.OW has gone out or Canada toj e York tstoi-k market sjj teuiber, i ,'B Not less thau or j fioeV 0 has gone from Toronto to cover on Toronto held stocks iu the f Toronto brokers' arcouaie hav. BYE-aECllON 'rvnmto t ican 7.030 for wld. oaly to i'.rerage ff.QCO each aorl st threo weeks. A lot of the money camo Into ('an- 1 is jnvolfed iu the trade: la from the Xevr Vo-rk stoci market j thai yo over tho wires from this the boom period. I city. The iremge will higher, A lot more of the money Mi soap times or (our to Now York Is rerjrt'j.emed b.r Toronto's speculation sad tnrcU- aieai on tfceYork rasrfce-.. at o; I.: __ lorhet. Millions of money ravelled on a ono-way ilekei, with o fclorujfcr or re turn privileges. Toronto Part Toronto 1'fts twenty of- ces with special Xcw York Tie cost of n New York wire la EXCHANGE FORCES FOOD RATIONING SYSTEM, ROME ROME, Feb. to thc high rate exchange ihe diffi- culty of securing transport and the scarcity cf supplies, the coun- cil of ministers has decided to es- tsbtish card systems for the sarles of life under the osme con- ditions as during the war. Cards, there, will be required for bread, rice, macaroni, coal, Inrd, and LONDON'. Keb. Canadian writ for a bye-election In Argylshlro was moved for in the Houso at Commons yesterday. The ncy occurs through Sir William the premier's private sec- "0 HStlSB Of Ttl8 TFOUM8 ii iiHES iffldljg 103 Cuosci! ST., MOXTEUL. "I iris a great sufferer from Rita- roisry, made a junior lord ot the- treasurv. No opposition Is expected.: Labor Minister liorne fei introduced! took medicine; used an employment clause Iu his bill j proposes ti> oiietsil _ mice a contributory basis lo sub-1 ar.i in lj iiays tho pain easier turn of United Kingdom belveon Ihe of 17 ami 70. The right cf jn'iviito jucnibi'ri to after ii ioas; bat nothing JLJ good. l the Khcuuiatisru jauclt two nights business is of, Is iwv ri'i-ior etl and last, night Vrr-inler Uoyt George Initiated, n delict o wilh motion osiiressiRB j at the slow of IttiiiiiLui; uii'kr thc housing act. i TRIBUTE Or RESPECT TO LATE E. F. SLACK] ir.y fthruwxtisai; And IIGIV, for five years, I uo roiuro of tho j tro'ible. I cordUlly recommend this t fruit mecivine Iu all sulTotcis." H. Me HUGH. I TO-; s. box, G for Iriil sisc23e. j At al! or sent postpaid by 1 i-'ruil-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. VISIT EAST THIS YEAR u_ Kt-b. PEo. Feu. lS.--For two MlK- nt JO o'clock wires uvcm'.od Can- ails by the CansOEau LiniUi'd. were eiloiil. It a tribuse 01 rvx- spect lo Jlr. K. F. Slsck. prajl deut Caiiadi.-in l.'mii-ij. I People's Forum You cannot begin to measure its goodness alongside of others, the quality being INCOMPARABLE. Black, Green or Mixed... j Sealed Packets Only. WINMPKO, of the Uult'-il Slates, sunnier toured Western j arc to visit the eastorn Cauadinn prov- (his summer as Hie Riicsts of the Naclunal RaUways. YVIU Wllkc. of Minn., made this Htmounf-eruent hero after a three- weeks' (our in eastern Canada. inner IE cindita'.irig. jisir, I'aniru'aily when ihe Coffee used is v BRAND COFFEE tlis satlsfj-ing, tpland-groTm Coffiec, rich, nonnsKIng. bUndcd ar-d roiitfei In i ar-d 2-Ib. Tins, ttiiT f :icnllj- ssslcd. VJIwlcj ground- or FIWE-gtound (fee TricoliMn or the c.tdiaary o CKASE SANBORN MISTAKES OF NORMAN P. j LAMBERT funeral was beine heM at KJittir Herald nis hoiue in Montreal. Mr. Mr. Ijimbcrt'd article- "Can- died Sunday evening of jmyj-1 a Kconomie t'oatuoti." in tho 1 Grain Guide 01 i-'tb. 7ih, he _________________ I mentions three things :i result of E. A. STEPHENSON The returned soldier who was de- feated by Premier in the Hal- ton, Out., bye-election. ot oicess imports and U the govern-: inent that issues tho paper refuses to- or is r.nablo lo redeem Us paper with' gold the forctoii sellers naturally dis- i count these paper promises to pay. The mere fact that Canada has n largo I gold reserve on Uanil to redeem the aper can have no effect In bringing aper hack to par until ueecl to rc- cent paper. Canada redeems er paper promises to pay in gold anadian money will be at par ivitli .S. money as governments have .lien, as the standard of value, the into weight ot gold, viz 23.22 grains. is simply a matter of keeping a romise or of producing goods enough pay iu goods. If wo pay In goods o do not need to pay in promises on aper that are not aa good gold HONOR FOR HOOVER the- irar that he regards as favorable YOKl Hoover will be with a to I ilie.last five inclnd- sold I njotlal the Civic Forum tou'gbt, jvloc-lcd its national cotmcH aj "the American who Iias- glvan tho moat distinguished scirico within the past "two years." Only throo oilier pcrsonA have bepa similar- ly liimorei! by lao A. EtlEson. Ooelli.ild and Alcxanilsr Graham lioJl. Clinrles E. Hughes v.'iil tlio jireseutatiou. tinis.the producers of CONCESSIONS TO AUSTRIANS PARIS, Feb. council has decided to allow Austrian delegates to be attached to tho inter-allied vrhich sre to Lc sent to Eastern Austria. The council also considered the authority which fs to he Invested In the com- on the circulation o stock iu Europe, but no decli Canitrla hsr, exported 01070- goods than she has imported. I would like ta call the attention of the people of Canada to something more that Canada bus accomplished at the same timo. Canada has Xurnish- ed of her produc- ers to fight in war. At the anniu in Can- afior losiug this help, produced more than they therueplres used uml in the soldiers with supplies ami destructive after acrompilshlng ail this and making u better living than they ever had before, uad a surplus U'ft to export. )ri spite of. the huge destruction ot and the low en gageti in its production times were better during the vrtir than before and are better now after the war than he- !1" I fore. Does this'not naturally lead iis I to ask why can we not make this 13 condition permanent? What canset the Rhine. CONFER TO SETTLE WAGE QUESTION 'yjthe normal ami natural In i all countries where times.arc good acO more nolieeahle in pioneer couu- tries I wliere "Civilization has teen Canada has ample credit to borrow he money is something every Cana> diau should be proml of but tho fact list ive the credit is hard- y :i matter for congratutation. To be jlad we can pay the interest ia na- ural but Ve hardly ask the privilege to ilo BO. If paying flOO.OOO. 100 per year is fajorable to Canada low much more favorable would pay Ing be? To say that the task of raising ot interes inonoy each year, in addition to other taxes, and making a living for our selves was too much to bear on tha t would cause the nation any trouble it rightly adjusted and distributed, i absurd in view of our recent war ord. If Canada was able to produce worth of goods during tho war period and feed herself and have some le.'t for the export, with out the help of the soldiers can sh not raise annually wit their help? Easy! Hut you say thi spent during tho war, to bu munitions, etc., was horrowcd an must ho paid tacli by ourselves o future generations. This is truo bu all the supplies used during the wa were either in existence before th war or were created during the vva by the present generation. The muu lions of war and wealth created an used during the war could hard have been produced hy our futur grand children. From our past record we must co elude that the production of Ion? csUililislicU. New countries.nro Jfaft all Gone! EVEN the little ones have learned the pleasure of Honey- moon Chocolates. The remembrance of the delicious flavors calls for "the child's assur- ance that none be overlooked. TOE WALTER W. SHAW COMPANY LIMITED wnolculc Clad? bl MOOSEJAW.Slik. IDMOXTOX, Alt.. Feb. higher and Iiizlier inter- jsoncral Mines today T. lest countries than older countries. Is JJevatc Cuylcr, New- Yort, chairman this duo lo the ability to Voduco >tt Iho Aspcclntcd Hnilroad Execiitivcs, woaHlt in-pioneer countries? One asking him ro designate a comutEune iinau's laitor can surely not produce j in nicci IIPI'O fov conference tas much wealth in tlic new Eettle- railroad admlni.strullan officials ur. mail 2s cue man's labor can produce 'wage riur-slions and related subjects, j in the older settlements where all flu- request was uiidoratood (o havu moans of ptodactlon and exchange are j been niaiie al ilioB'jgscstlon of Prasi- j fully In tho new settle- jdcul Wilson. jmciits roads' arc only trails and all __ I moans of pro'.luctiou and exchange SOLDtF.RS STILL RETURNING jare only rude makoshiiu compared cross- 1 with the older settlements. Tf, under 5. wages are higher higher and capital sn'd laborers nre flowing from the ofder to the newer aectiona to belter them- we niual conclude that the OTTAWA, 1'cb. 1 Ing Ilia Alliintic continue to lidnn e coaditiou, ,16w EoldioVs.. The Militia liepiirlnirat and mterest ia s. received ndvicas that tlie liners Grampian and rialurnia arc on tije wyy1 iicrusa, tile latter carrying ifour olficers auj 25 oilier ranks, "and because not In fell and therefore worthless. The only tisio we want our paper money redeemed In rold la when we excesi im- ports and Just then IB when the gov- ernment refuses or la to do that same .thing. Wo claim Canada IE eolveiit hut it Is hard to convince foreigners oJ fact when Canada can not or will not redeem taper promises In gold. If Canada prohibits exportation ot gold or Canadian teeurittei throuih an embargo and eella wheat to other nations that now owe Canada It will only mako the discount ot Canadian paper money greater than It is al present. JUlk River, Alia. Fred Pease: or wealth is the easy part of it. least of our troubles. The troub is iu the eyslem distribution wealth, nut in its production. Whc we succeed, in distributing1, weal justly so that tho producer receives his jnst share there will be an almoat unlimited production wealth. When all are engaged in production npcto the limit a little thing like per year will look small. How may' we encourage this production? I3y_ relieving production of all taxa- tion. But where iviU public revenue come from? Tho remedy for relieving and en- couraging production anil the question of raising funds to pay the interest are one and the just system of on the war debt same thing. -Find factov that induces on of the ability to that j Ihe former 15 other ranks. The Grain- mat JIKIUUUB jiumiBiiiu will dock at St. John on or about j capital and labor but the abil j roimmry ;md the Salnrnia at Hali- Ocmam! wages and interest ___ ;fax -probably (Jn the aauio date. i causes them to emigrate. Tbe amount 1 Of wealth produced has very little to do wages and interest as we that where the production of I'taxation and you will have found a ability to produce wealth is not lhc-1 v ,Q enMliragc thc production and LadiesKeep Your Skin Clear, Sweet, Healthy With Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Talcum "wealth per capita is greatest, In old (developed countries, wages and In- are lowest and where the pro- dilution of v.'eallh per capita Is low- j cat. In now countries, wages and in- torost aru hk-hcst. Tiic ability of a 1 natron lo. produce wealth is almost j unlimited'ax witnessed by the enor- DtixJiiCiinn of wealth in Canada during tho v.-iir. the war, Can- j :nla lia'l (Sublor nation and now, f Mr. second. favorable J. point) Canada in a creditor nation Tiic only way a can become nation fs to produce and f-'ell in ore sfjods or wealth than assume a just distribution of weaUh. How do our present systems of taxa- tion agree witb justice? Very poorly in many If, to produce revenue we must disturb natural laws of trad- ing, by Imposing a tax on imports of goods or wealth, we discourage natural methods of wealth production and also encourage special interests in the industries that are effected by the tax. Tho bulk of our revenues are produced iu this way and must be discarded if we hope lo encourage the production of wealth and Its Just dis- tribution. Mr. advocates a larger proportipn of federal revenues to be raised by a tax on incomes, busi- ness profits- aiul inheritance. Tlicdo taxes are not only unjust but dis- courage thc production of wealth, which wo wish to avoid. He speaks of, but does not lay particular stress on, the tax on unimproved land values. Every iruo mother rcallzeA Iho fact that her babv'a lifiAlth dc- pentls upon heroin, that the Tcry vital ityol herchilil i.i inflnrnccd her OITH physical condition. How important it is, therefore, lo guard against any derangement of thc icmalc organs, wliith induce general weakness, nervousness, constant fatigue and ullcr inability to properly care for her child. TJcasc rcmemtcr, Hint Lydia S, Pinklmm's Vegetable Compound has brought health and strength to thou5Fnds Of such mothers. T3, PioJEliamV helped mo to r.mch'tluriag tlo limn T iraa looking lo tho nrttniuf: of mj- llttlo bna that I ata rBCommandlrR it lo rthrr cxveclant Befwr. it, tlay? I Buffered ijonnl'inoi 1'Artly that 1 could riyi. Jjre, K. )'inkhnVa Cera- po'jcd I enllrolj icJiercd t( nBui'algii, I hail g.ilnc'J in Urtum'n inil isatlo togo oroun'l and do all my hoTiwrr.rk. IjabyTvliciiT ouiiitlii ld wctfthca JO poun-band I Mttcr tlum I havo for a lonffiimo. l f had any modlclni do lac muih ilis, Mflchcll, lad, ant factor l healt'ri daring' izid matomlly Ii A most Im anfl chlM, and many lotton rcwiTfJ by !ho hyEH K. i'inkham McillcltioCo., Lynn, MIM-, telling ot honlth restored timing tlih V irjlog period by too R. I'inkham's Ycgetablo CompbUJJil. smnes. Cnnndu has accomplished Thjg Hystem of taxatioi, -wollld pro. i this task ami pro_dticwHho_goo_UBWitn. SHfHcIcat. revenue to meet all i out (hi! holp her best 500.080 men (who wore engaged in (to destruction goods urn] wealth) and fed and and paid wages tho I Mt'.OW Can, you .imagine n 1 more tasV and it Svri.s and homo marie-it better-living i than we ever did before the w'dr jvhll'j j dolnc It. j Mr. liilnl favorable point. 'Hint, wo have MlKcd in idonnijtlc loans.and innst THlse i OSO.'Ujfi Ufr year to pay tho "interest ;M! snrnc may not Uo looked on by inusl ot his readers favorably or us a very bright iirospeci. "It is generally 1 considered that going fn dehl ia a detriment rather than a benefit to a j nation or tut individual. Tho fact that Lydia E. PmSdiam' able Compound _. _ 'A Etimmti Saline Ketps Your System needs of federal, provincial ami muni- cipal governments antf at the sarpe time would encourage the production of weallh aii'l Insure its just dfstri bnllon by (maklng it unprofitable to liokl land ou( of use for speculation as at present. Tho taxation of wealtli In ihe form of ponds makes these goods higher to Ihe user. To relieve tliem of laxiHton would reduce prices The of laud value make.3 land cheaper to the ustr. land Is cheap wages ami Intcrcsl are high. If is'o cheapen gnods anrl raise wages ami Interest ivc liavo i'leal con- dlllons for tlio production of wealth. Opens the Feres and Penetrates A Remedy for Chest Golds, Head Colds, Spas- modic Group, Sore Throat, Stiff Neck, Earache and kindred aiimenis. Apply freely to the skin just over the affected parts and rub I! in, conditions may hy tho adopdon be brought of the first taxation plank in thc platform of the Is Your Blood Starving For Want of Iron? Modern Methods of Cooking and Living Have Made an Alarming Increase in Iron Deficiency in Blood of American Men and Women Why Nuxated Iron so Quickly Helps Build Up Nervous, People Annually.Tsk- Jng It to Increase Their Strength, Power, Energy and Endurance. "Js your Mocd starring for want of imp? If you T.cre lo go without t tinlil >-MI he came Itnn -ati4 emaciated, could not do a more n barm to yourself tfcan _ you Id your blood fllarre for waai ot iron- iron that gives it power to change food into living tijs D: formerly t tr.