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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta KIUDAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1921 THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY iiBUALD PAGE NINE Australia and New Zealand Par- ticularly Interested in Naval Program LONDON, Full. As- iiociatod uspecta of the nuostluu ut tho relation of the mother country to tho dominions are brought out by cables from Australia und Now Zealand appearing in tho London press today. Premier Massey of New Zealand, according to "a Wellington cable to the Tlnius, repudiates' tho suggestion recently nmdo in soms that each nation within, the empire is free to do as it lihes. Mr. Masuuy also denies that the connections ot tho dominions with the mother country have oecn in any weakened. The eiistence of tho empire depends upon a united wavy, It Clost ot (rMt ufltrinf from rhtiinutlsm titt _ lumbago. .Von can anickhi ut 0 tht Mntn rlfht bj mint; Dr. CKisa's KfdMJ-llw pill i dost. 2Sc. a box, iM feilm. Mr, MusHfy and It will be ue- eoHHiiry la time for dominions to an- imme u aharo of the burden ot tho maintennnct) of tbo imperial nav. Tho premier, however, does nut wish to increase tho expenditures of New Zealand at tho present time. Australian cablea quote the Mel- bourne Age as saying that the belief which appears to prevail in various political and official quarters in Eng- land, that Australia is anxious to have a more influential voice in, imperial affairs, is due to a mistaken impres- sion of Australia's attitude. The Mel- bourne Age objects to tho apparent contention of Premier Lloyd George that the burden of empire defense should be pooled among the stages of the empire. The Australian com- mon wealth, it says, would not sur- render any control of its own fiu- ancos and while ready and eveu eager to consult the imperial authorities pn questions of defense .it claimed the fullest freedom to decide what ex- penditure it make on this score. Ing Piles. Mo Dr. Chase's Ointment wijl relievo you at onca and afford liistiny boueftt. 60c. a box; all dealers, or Eilmansmi, jutes A Co., Limited, Toronto. SamplqUoi free if you mention thtt and enclose sc. stamp tn pa No Soap Better ------For Your Skin------ Than Cuticura SPOT AFTER M) YErtTING Witness in Knife in Hos- pital as Result of Kick The fracas in which the throat of a man was gashed, and which, as report- ed, was to have come up at the police court on Friday morning, was remand- ed to Monday, owing to Rossi, ono of branches ot business" together the parties being in the hospital from (deputy minister will remain in NEW WESTMINSTER j AFTER NEW TEACHERS I NEW WESTMINSTER, C., Feb. board of central trueteee Is meeting this meriting to consider the newer aepeeta of the walkout of seventy-ilx tench- ere who were automatically die- charged yesterday when they felled to resume their duties. Ef- forts, It IB stated, are being made to secure new teachers to take the places of those who went on strike. A public meeting of cit- izens has been called for this af- ternoon to discuss the situation. I.O.O.F.INALTA. Nineteenth Annual Conference Hears Reports of Good Progress Has High Hopes of Good From Friday's Farm Conference Here In an interview this morning H. A. I t ul AOIV, BCl T CU LV1 AO Ultl B 111 LUO Craig .deputy minister of agriculture j Hussar wlth headauarters at Kings- for Alberta, who is here fnr the farm I h. Major W. B. Burnett, of Tjethbridge, elected grand master of the I. O. 0. F. Grand Lodge of at a meeting Thursday morning in Calgary. This was the nineteenth annual ses- sion ot this order and was held In the Odd Fellows Hall. Reports submitted shoiv great pro- gress has during tho past year being 156. Nine new lodges year being 456. Nine new lorges were opened. In sick benefits approx- imately was paid out. The newly-elected grand master, Major W. H, Burnett, is an old-timer of Alberta, baring resided here for the past 26 years. He has held continuous membership 1n the order for 48 years. He Is a veteran of the Fenian Raid i of 1870, and served for 28 years In the I ton. couference. that whereas lasti rank of major and Vz year at this time the government rank after dl deluged with applications for l kno When he retired he held the allowed to car- See Zane Grey's latest release, "Desert at Empress Monday. the effects of a kick In the stomach during tho fight. I Joseph was fined with (costs, for being intoxicated in a pub- I lie place, and another Joseph, Joseph I Spivey, had the charge of passing a worthless cheque on Fat's Quick j Lunch, so far back as 1919, withdrawn, he having made rest! tution of the sum obtained, He was arrested after being away from the city for some time. nected with train. country. Other officers elected were: Deputy r ry that rank after discharge. Major deluged with applications for is well known In the south grain and other relief this only a few scattered applications had been made. This was most encouraging, said the deputy minister and re-fleeted creditably on the genera! economic conditions in the rural communities. There is one point that Mr. Craig made very clear and that was that the government agents in pressing payments for relief advised in all in- stances that sufficient means be re- served with which to purchase seed "or this year and to defray the rim- ling expenses of the family. Thus, no lardshlp is being worked on the far- mers affected. Mr. Craig Is enthusiastic over the 'arm conference and feels that it will )e beneficial In bringing the various The: the south for some time on business the government weed A Laxative The Old Can Rely On U tUn, Dr. Smp for CoaMtip.tiou. Mild IMV. it. food ELDERLY know how much mow difficult it is each year an they get older to avoid ill effects of chronic eoutipation. Tbe stomach and bowel ralax u age ad- Tmnces, and u you are naturally MM active, in time they work only by stimulation. You try dieting und exercise, and then take medicine. 1 All however, aro not Buited to people any more than to children, ao you will be glad to know of a par- ticular medicine that acts aa near to Nature of haa yet been found. prescription written tfcirty odd years ago by Dr. W. B. Caldwell, who is himself now iu the 82nd year of his age and (till active in his profession. It is known in the trade as Dr. CaJdweU'a Laxative Syrup Pep- flio, and you can. buy it under that name at any drug store. A sixty-cent bottle will last an Average family many months, tnd aH can use it Dr. Caldwell's Laxative Syrup Pepsin is a combination of effect. simpb luatlve with pep- Bin. It acts mildly, gently and without griping. It so trains tho stomach and bowel muscles that in time medicine of all kinds can be dispensed with. When people learn of Dr. Caldwell's Laxative Syrup Pepsin and see how won- derfully it acts they realiio how unnecessary it '13 to use drastic Halt waters, pilla and powders, for these do but temporary good and aro weakening to most constitutions Dr. Caldwell's Laxative Syrup Pepsin, on the contrary, is BO natural and safe, (it contains no narcotic or strong that two generations of mothers have given it to their babies. Take B teaspoonful the next time you feel any distress of the stomach, iiver or bowels, if you are constipated, have a head- ache, cold or fever, if you are bilious, dyspeptic, tired. If Dr. Caldwell'n Laxative Syrup Pep- Bin should over fail to do as claimed you can have your money refunded. More people use it than any other laxative in the world. DR.W.l.CAtDWELL A. k. i. tod., in hil 7W TRY IT FREE There are heads of families who wiU wane to firovd to their tmin satilfactiurt my Liixatii-i: Pepsin is cs effective in constipation, as mild and Kuntle in action, as pleasant-tasting and safe, as 1 claim. Let such uTite me for a free sample. It will be seritpoitpflui. Address Dr. W. B. Calduell, ig Front Street, Otir. Small Farm Must Coma "The day of the small farm has ar- was the concise statement of grand master, E. L. Cope, Medicine j c. S. Noble, a man who the chairman Hat; grand warden, L. J. Stewart, safd was "the most successful large Ponoka; grand secretary, o. E. Tis-: farmer he had ever met." Mr. Noble dale, P. G. M., and P. G. n., of that the large farms must pass, gary grand treasurer, H.! They must be cut ap into smaller J. Adames, P. G. R.. Hanua (ro-elect-1 farms and a family placed on thest grand representative for one smaller acreages. This makes for I___ year, '.Charles E. Noble, Consort. E. I prosperity and the building up and A. May of Edmonton, is tho other grand representative, who was elected at the last annual session for two years. and that there was a need of expert counsel as to the amount of land and the best methods a farmer should work. Large Attendance The attendance at the conference south country were present. The personnel of the government party includes H. A. Craig, deputy. minister; Dr. Wyatt and Prof. Cutlerl of the Alberta University; J. Smith, provincial weed inspector; A. C. Hoo- per, principal ot the Claresholm school was most gratifying. The hall .._ well filled. Farmers and business I ot agriculture, and Supt. W, H. Fair- men from the city and all parts of the field. GRASSY LAKE MAN DIES IN CALGARY When you eat let it be the best WAGSTAFFFS Real Seville Orange Marmalade AU Orongs md No BotlcJulth care in K HHOCM FOB n. Palace Market SATURDAY SPECIALS PRICES AWAY DOWN Choice Pot Roasts Beef, ft., 15c Choice Boiling Beef, per Ib........ Iflc Choice Legs of Mutton, per ft..... .3flc Choice Shoulders of Mutton, ,22c Finest Home Cured Bacon, per ft., 45c (Whole or, Half Slab) New Laid Eggs, per dozen....... ,61k Roast Beef Dripping, per ft.......20c Our1 prices are the lowest in the city, and the quality of meats, No. 1. PALACE MOT MARKET 13TH STREET NORTH. PHONE 431. SHRAPNEL WOUND Contracts Not Declare U. S. Railroads CHICAGO, Feb. of the Association of Railway Execu- tives, assembled here today to hear I a report from the association's labor The death took place In, Calgary, j committee OB the proposal to abro- "where he was rushed, of Samuel Pal- gate shop working agreements. W. mer who farmed at Grassy Lake. The W. Atterbury .chairman of the labor deceased was wounded in the war j committee, told the board in present- over the eye by shrapnel. It was I ins the proposal on January 31 that found impossible to get it all out, and immediate action was necessary to part of it remained in hla system prevent many roads- from falling into working Us way suddenly into the! critical financial difficulties. brain, causing unconsciousness and ending fatally. The late gajn Palmer was married, The executives, it is understood, re- gard shop agreements under de- bate before the railroad labor board as not binding on them, since they were development of a country. Mr. Noble said we should not be frightened by conditions. We are merely passing through the readjust- ment period. Conditions will right themselves. And In the process of transition a ;permanent policy for agriculture will be worked out. Kan- sas, Nebraska and other states had similar problems to those of South- ern Alberta. Today those states are highly prosperous and land values have reached an astonishing level, i Mixed farming methods have gone a long way towards working this trans- formation. Suinmerfallowliig and early plough- ing, also tbe sowing of fall rye, were stressed by the speaker. He also touched on gome sort of an expert in- terpreter between the farmer, the gov- ernment and the banker. This should be a man who has a mind capable of grasping the views of all and of ex- plaining them plainly to the other. Tli'a idea was further voiced by the deputy minister, .who said that ho was convinced that a point of contact must be established between the ihree factors in the agricultural industry with three children, whom with widow he leaves behind. Two of his I entered Into by the sbop and clarieal brothers farm ia Grassy Lake and employees and the director-general of Burdett, and a sister, Mrs. Cocq. lives tae railways under federal control. In Lethbridge. Ha was born iu Lee, They are said to regard the Kent, Eng., and previous to enlisting nients as no longer binding since the