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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1920 THE IJJTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALtJ 'PAGENTWE F-JWFC1NGES LIKELY This Indicated "By HOB. Meijheix's Winnipeg Speech Says OTTAWA, Frt. IBr KeJereocw to the tar- ill br Hon. Arthur in ME Winnipeg spesch art taierfratod hi poll I lea! clrclM 13 Imptflnf tarlif nuAv In the ant let wiil bo at a minor fcet a courts Jn tict.i In line with what Jut that'wlihln a jreor iadwtrtel con'ilKon? Voiiid tacooM bllUed.ii, to pormit of a OMn'.'nTi- ston. There wu'iUo lamination of a tariff Inquiry fin- ance ind atluct two at hl> Qut owing to' tie Uoni.-tha-.UrlH-Jnqurrr pen ed, and so far there no definite Indifiktlon wieii It will 'Sir Wrong Critics .of i.thei present tariff ob- serve that actual Bosses as predicted by Sir ;tupmas' White in hudfel epeeca have, apt borne out. Blr Eald'lh'at Imnei in rereBie from tariff reductions irould aggre gate soverileeh million doltare. "Ow Sir1 Thomae' declared, "to mated reduction in the total Yolame of imports Canada duo to dlmla IjWa power during ths cuireat year and probable as. ve may expect that inaluiips. tiie'lQSS. due to the. reduc- tions propoawi, no it-" a total loss customs revenue fo thd present. year of Instead. of laer.a tieing n loss, how over. '.customs up to the pree Ic'fibout iilne millions in excess o vhat. it the correaponOin rrerlrja In'the'.prBTjoua year. During the- 'ten months endted Jan- uary; revenue .totalled Threw Away Kagono of Montreal, was suJerbjj: from kidnoy and liad''fcr" Cvc long This 'istiij "T ciuld not_sleep nights and on tJCfasions could Iiardly walk. I bod been treated br of our best physicians but without relief. 1 lost over-15 pounds and was very and .friends who knew, roe before wera One'.day I met one of our.lea'linjrhotelkeeperSj had been by your'. famoua Gin lie advised to try them. T bought and before I had used one'toi'I- fell_? big ctcsge. Before 1 .fin- ished tha second ono I was com- jlfifly cured, and T can 'assure you 'if T had pair known what I not have spent" one hundred dollars for nothing when tire' of Gin Pills cured Ojn Pills are tlie finest pteparm- (ion for aDd-bbddor trouble ever proriuctd. At the first warning pain in bacli or side, get Gin Pills. They, .ivwk .like, magic, reducing con-' gcatjon, healing inflamed, r-msciatei} tissues, builtling tbeni into rnrmal and active condition and paitt. At' nil drnggists and; ilcalern, SOr.' 'Monfy refunded .'If ;not' balisfied. Frce'samplc on request. The Natirtnal Drug t Oheraipal Co. of Toronto. United Mlates Address: Na-Uru-Co., Iso, 203 Main SI.-, S.r. 355 the ten months MM, It totalled WO.OM. ft of the fiscal year, '.t is tte IB cus- toeu revenue wfli be ID the neiioior- ood vt instead of a ot CM the bftad. the claim Is made ittinMn In cnitbmi revi-rjim lr to tnde and ibjher 'event, how- er. rttoras will no ta far nxmiloo irtien the howe. TWENTY-FIVE STILL' MISSING IN HOTEL FIRE A -L-.J-JTU--. t PROVIDBNCB, R.I., Feb. 19. defbiUelr to 25 gveeU olri. John- stone from till city, series of meet- ings held U the ciUdel all day on Sunday, in ifcs rooming's holiness service a good number of soldiers and friend] were In attendance when the Adjutant feelingly ou the faith- ful eoaradMhlp eervlco of Leth- bridge ot the Salvation Army. He also referred with regret in baring to lain dty ea Boon. In the afternoon Un. Johnitone assisted, by Berft.-HaJor Mundy, conducted pnfaw meeting while the Adjat-. ant, prtion Sjrgt Bro: Lawson aod Mrs. Koftn attended the Jail serTlcw. Orer one hundred prisoners enjoyed this last the Adjutant with them, Tho boy'stliere appreciate very much the good of the especially the .Adjutant, for thain at nil Unies. In-'.tlie night's open .air meeting close upon fifty comrades marched In tho procession to UIB Cita- del where'tho final Sunday night meet- ing was conducted hy the officers. The large hall was'full to the doors. After the first song and prayer, Envoy H. DAwson, Mundy, Band- master Barnard, Treas; C. Bullock, Secretary Haynes.-Corps Cadet Leader ALBANY, two eets of fifteen months, Is the birth record In the family of Mr. and Mra. Llvlnjitonc, ot Albany. The sec- ond trio of children was born yet- terdey and all are well, OTTAW.ii (Ffii.: 19.-HBy Canadian in one of the ridings for whtah" writs were Ixued today was confidently pre dieted thii. morning by 'Ernest La PJ for Quebec Bast, :and former' member'.jfor Kamourasko, hera a .byjg-electiob .Srlll ho held on April 7. The bye elections be'.lield the'Tsarae day .are at.'James Temis- katuhig. '.Tie: former was left vacant by the deatbfof U.A: Lapolnte, wh'ila the. the Vacancy- op- cumd wJtnitUeMleatli.of Hon.iFraneis Cochrane last'September. In the case of Kamouraik'iiihe Vacancy occurred when Ernest Uipoinle resigned-to con- test 'Bast .he .was" sub- elected. i In Teiniskaming there Is every; like- llho'drt of a -be- tween A. .G. Liberal; i Arigus McDonald, and a.Unloii'- Ist'cahBldate m-ho' is-as'y'el. unnafnSd. Mr. SlaghUwas: chosen. .Liberal stan- dard-bearer at iii Bnglehart- In :He is .conceded 16 a-i'gipdi slanding Cocbrane acted ai counsel tor the ast eight" L.lberals here inclined to cla.lm. Ihat tHelro is oniv the Labbr-U.F.O. candidate to consider as (By Canadian TinNNlPEO, Feb. A suegeslion was made' by A: K.C., counsel for the crown, that night ses- sions bo resumed In liio trial of the seven accused strike Ifipdcrs. The only result was a hint from R. A. Bomiar, K.C., senior defense counsel, that the defense might not call auy witnesses, Justice. Jletealfc .and counsel for ri ous. op p osit Slaght t both eldes bad tentatively agreed to night sessions' when Mr. Bonner" Ih'rew out klils hint about witnesses. Mr. Andrews" mn'de a remark about the "bluffs of the. defense" and .tho turned Into a repartee- match between counsel. The judge it out without liny1 decision hav- ing' been reached; The only witiiejB of was J.- F. Carruthers; inariayer'of the Crescent ._ described .c'oiulitions affecting the dis- tribntiqn'of milk during the. striked proceodihgs this mbrrjtng were livened repeated clashes..b'et'A'ben counsel 'in wh'ich the tdot part, and .by bohiedy-rellei..In the fonh-.of fiallies'from'judge Eirid'counsel. i; 'Milk; Euuinsss Tied' Up i J. 'V, GarriiUiers, manager'of the Creacenl Creanieryicoinpahy; "w-'as the first witnoss tills'morning at the trial or the strike leaders He told of strike lying up Ihe milif Hi bad had lo nrWlso farmers be could not their milk Tulloek, Yohni People's Leader Brb. Taylor acd Mrs.? Dawson each spoke a few. wordii oil' Jiehalf of. the fare- welling officers, after which Uro. Scott, of the United church and >frs. Johnstons sang solos. The Adjutanl and Mrs. Johnetone axaln addressed tha audience -to get rlgbt with God and in their closing remarks thanked the soldiers and friends for their love and practical work toward them. Tie meeting' wag brought to a close h] singing "Pratoe God from Whom Al Blessings On Monday night the members c the Home League, with the assistance' of: comrades gare .a. fafow.ell supper to the officers'and Brother and Sister BarUett" and family, who aro also fpr. California Ihls weet, being faithful members of tho Salvation Army In Lethbridgfl for 14 years. Over seventy people sat flown to the many good things pro- vided on the tables. After suppper several songs were heartily Bang; Bro. ind Sister BarUett and Bandsman J. Bartlctt spoke n few words of apprecl- atiort to all'present for their kindness to them In past years as residents of this city. Young People's Sergl.-Major Frayne 'presented of Bible to Hiss handbag to the following letter to the business men of tho city: "Harlni; lo rellniiuljh my position as Officer Commanding Corpj'of the Salvation Army through ill health, I feel It my duly On behalf of Mrs. Johnstons, myself and family to 01 press our sincere thanks tor the tokens of practical help both temporally.and. financially In our work for suffering'humanity at Salvation Army officers.1 You gentlemen have never withheld any help you have been called iipon to do In- the further- of in this city undei my' coinmandjiso as: we are leaving your, progressive city I again thank you, all for .what you nave done In hel'pjng this'; great organization .li Iheir'vWork o.f-love to all, Irrespectlvi of class or creed. "Trusting you will continue when called upon to help my Adjutant Hardy, and his assistant, so in. closing pray you aU will have Cod's ..blessing both spiritual and financial, prosperity .for tho future. God bleM you all" J, Adjutant _ah'd Mrs. Johns tone, Etta, aro leaving the city ori Thnrrfty'for a rest before taking another nppolntnlent The In- coming officer is Adjutant HarJy, from Saskatchewan, Ills assistant be with Great Banking Combine Pro- posed to Aid in Rchaiiilitat- ing War-Torn Countries LONTXDN', Feb. promotion of Importaot flaancial aad commercial IB the object of tho preient to Europe of Henry P. Davlion, ot J. P. Morgan fe- Company, escord- l.i{ io.the Pall today. Two pUna are by Mr. JDavison in newepaper os. Tho first'U' for tho estab llahmen't of a greatVinoney coniblae with the object of floahcing great lonal aid. private 'eqtajprlsei In Eur- ope, whtie the secoud'ls the establish- ment of a great International trading company backed by'ibe resources ol the Morgan Guaranty Trust Company. Under the prbpos'ed plan, says the newspaper, American haoia would; enter a great money combine for fin- ancing enterprises to supply neces- sities occasioned by the war. For example, the newspaper eipla'ns, If France or Austria were In search of jnieans for rehabilitation, the concern 'would bo able, purely for a business Viewpoint, to aid and enconr- ago' any sound enterprise In this neulion. The Gazelle adds, it Is stated, that Mr. has met wllh the great- est encouragement and welcome in England and France. f Th'e'newspapar's story, not btiou confirmed fronx kny .d when the _.attention of Mr. Bon's secretary was called to It thU afternoon he characterized it as "Wholly unauthorized and iu many respects absurd." STRIKE TROUBLES IN GENOA Feb. fight-> Ing'between workmen and troops in the Industrial region about Is reported in'a Central News dispatch from Rome under Wednesday's date. Many casualties occurred during ths disturbances. The trouble apparently aroee through tho announcement Of owners that vaies at various factories would- be temporarily, reduced: The workmen refused to accept the. pro- posal and tho owners closed the fac- tortai. DODD'5 PILLS K. NoHerof Consort, was elected grand mister of the Qrand of I. t hereto day. E. L. .Cppe.Metitcinc Hat, was elected 6. B. Tisdale, grand treasurer, "and H. J. Adams of secretary. :It was decided to lower the age at which members might be Initiated from to 'pasteurize and a Gli'dys Barifett. "and __ Juiijpr, Etta Johnstone, upon their Guticura Soap Healthy----- Shaving Soap Preliminary steps have been taken toward the forniation of a co-operatlvo society In the. city of Calgary. Half a million gophera and crows were destroyed in Manitoba In Ihe past year. It wag estimated that the destruction of these pests saved one million dollars to tho province in grain which they would have destroy- ed. no bottler it ot going fo the labor temple and being toM "he would have to permit cants His em veiling to returji lie saldj hut not illovied to do so by the strike committee it first i Wllen tho strikers return he not notif) his coimtrf agents because of the lack of pipers, blsphoue or telegraph ser. vire R. A.-Bon- counsel for'the terupled'tb Carruthers'ad- mit, that he could carried on having ,the consumers ccmo and get their i .-Mr: .declared that if of a all tho citizens turn :out ".and themselves. get tliO' necessities of; life, tbiugs, have" come -K that-ia.'the lino of'defense, hei.said, caso of "the (defense; almitet b'eyorid .their, parents. In bring- ing a' close, Adjutanl Johns tone" gave hfs, last message ol thanks to the citizens, of- Lelhbridgc arid" especially. the rhembers of the local (orf; both and old for the taithtul all niqctings while Peaders Corps of. the Salvation Armj "Adjutant stone: has addressed Natures Mirror When a wo- min is and in her eyw, a rooo iinC in her thtfllfp, and sho h.'.s rich red Llood. After tkkjug nature's lonio which Dr. Piwo called clwti- city in every A Bpriag in her jittv, to the pillCd, f dull no nor (o SAVED A LIFE ing for fir.' fferri'f 'Fnvorito It my notlitt'l Whin going1 thrstuih vsry f la her Ml not Mr wu M mlM live, pi, PfcrK'i ftwcription raoowMnM lo She irix holtlia fsi TO restored lo cood B.'B. UPTHB- MJ CANADA IS NOW HAND- PICKING IMMIGRANTS BLUE RIBBON TEA The best tea packed in Canada, can be bought for 75c per pound Why pay more? 63 MEW .YORK, reli. only Immigrants Canada wants are domestic servants and farm laborers, declared Dr. H. T. Rutherford, Canadian immigra- 'lion official at Kills Island, who yesterday ordered thirty Maltese, on tiiclr way to the- V Dominion deported to Jlalta. Because of labor conditions, be said, Canadian authorities nro enforcing the exclusion laws to tho lotten ctmciM HEALS PIMPLES In terribleraah on face which made skin sore and inElamed. Irritated face by scratch In g an d was d! s fi gxired. Could notalccp wtll and made feel uniplcasunt. Trouble lasted 3 months before used Cutlcuia and after using 2 cakes ofSoap and' J bop of Omt- meat was completely healed. From elgtied statement of Mtaa Oladys Neabel, Cullcura Soap, Ointment and Tal- cum promote and maintain sktn purity, Dkln comfort and skla heaUb often when all else falls, 2Sc, Ointraenl 25 trv3 50c. Sold IhrouEhouttheDomlTilOD-CsnadianDepol; I-irdileJ, PafilSt., Manlrcal. I REV. H. QIRLING Missionary of liornard Harhord, Arctic (Joafil, who died In OlUws, whcro ho win assisting Ihe Ansllcan ForwarJ MoTcmont cam- fftlgn. Women Made Young Brigrrt eyes, a clear skin and a tody full of youth and health be' yours if you will keep your system in.order by regularly taking COLD MEDAL wotld'a standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladdor (ind oils tcld Itonblcs, f nemlos of liio and In uso since 1695. At all drtiggists, SOc. a box. Cold Mednt ca tT 30 box A The Appeal of MADAM MARGUERITE Dermatologist and Beauty Specialist What person lives who' is hot attracteH Hy, of face, beauty of Voice, beauty of who at times has not sought it? Not all can have beautiful features, nor can all have beautiful voices, but a beautiful com- plexion depends largely on the care that is given it. Don't neglect those ugly little blemishes, that excessive oilincss, those enlarged pores. Madam Marguerite can tell you of the lotions which contain just the necessary requisites to aid in overcoming these defects. MADAM MARGUERITE is now demonstrating a complete line of Beauty Preparations, compound- ed from her own formulas, which she has perfected after many years of sludy and practice in the art of beauty culfure. She will give a lecture to the ladies of Lethbridge on the art of attractiveness, and the proper use ol cosmetics. EVERY AFTERNOON THIS WEEK AT 2 O'CLOCK, AT Kenny Allin Co., Ltd. feruggists, 314 5th St. S. Marguerite Toilet Products Limited, Ca'gary ;