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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHUAY. PKHHUAHY 19. 1921 LETHBKUXifc; DAILY THIRTEEN LLOYD GEORGE DETERMINED TO Wants to Rcparati and to the limit of her cap- Germany1! capacity to to Expensive. LONDON, Feb. Lloyd George, tho prime mlnlater, declared Jn the House of Commons today that lie stuoil by his pledge Germany must pay to tho limit of her capacity. The prime minister was discussing tho reparations question in answering; Horatio Hottomley's arraignment of the government's policy of alleged iu- eptitmiG with regard to forcing Ger- many to comply with the repartitions, demands, tho provision' for the trial of war criminals and other' portions of the peace treaty. Them was a great difference, con- tinued the premier, tierniany paying for tho whole war is usully tke result of torpid jetton of the. linr and bowels, ind diuppeirs whew Or. Chasa'sKidnty-lhwPlllj One pill i dose. 2S. a dealers too prim was wha Get Best Advice The Allies, he continued, taken the best advice available and summoned tho ablest men to be found, upon whose advice the demands had been made, and the Al lies were carrying out the terms to the utmost of their power. Germany, hi) pointed out, hud deliver- ed bonds to the Allies, but the value of these bonds depended upon the valuo of the German security at the present moment. Raw material, ship- ping, property of other sorts, and also had been delivered, added 10 minister, and the question vhat WAS their value. The Germans argued, continued Mr Lloyd George, that if tho Allies took tho value of the raw material at the time it was delivered the sum amount- ed to more tlian marks named In the peace treaty. Tbe -Allies contended, that the sum was less than this and the Utter one that the reparations committee was examining. Even according to the Allied ac- counting, he said, it was a matter of hundreds of millions of pounds in ma- terials which Germany had delivered, And the question was purely one of time which, was to assist tho value of the raw material that had been hand- ed over. Mr. Lloyd George laid stress upon the difficulty of exacting an indem in another country and secure i its paymejit here. v I "You can easily cbllect in Germany 1 any Indemnity you. impose, within Sheriff's Sale PROVINCE OF ALBERTA TO WIT: By virtue of .a Writ of Execution issued out of the Supreme Court of Alberta at the suit of A. Bianchi, Plaintiff, and J. Maestro, Defendant and to MS directed against the Goods and Chattels of J. MAESTRO I have seized and taken Into Execution the following Goods and Chattels, namely: One Second-hand 4-cylinder Maxwell Automobile WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE TUESDAY, 22ND DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1921 At KUTH'S WELDING SHOP, 1ST AVE. AND 10TH ST., LETHBRIDGE, ALT A. At the Hour of 3.30 in the Afternoon. Sheriff's Office, Lethhrldge, Feb. 11, 1981. MALCOLM YOUNG, Sheriff. Judicial District of Lethbridge. BAILIFF'S SALE UNDER AND BY VIRTUE LIEN AGREEMENT GIVEN BY HANK AND TA1T to Hi E. MEIBACH ANO TO ME DIRECTED AGAINST THE GOODS AND CHATTELS OF HANK TAIT NAMED IN THE SAID LIEN AGREEMENT I HAVE. SEIZED THE FOLLOWING GOODS, NAMELY: One Second-hand Ford Touring Car, No. 151848 WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE On Tues, the 22nd Day of Feb., 1921 AT FORD OARAGE; LETHBRIDGE AT THE HO lift; OF 2.30 P.M. Dated, Lethliridge, Feh! T. J. SIMONS, Bailiff. Prest-Q-Lite Made Night Motoring Possible The powerful .headlights, which Prest-O-LHe made possible In the Dearly days of the automobile, introduced the driving. Jiach succeeding year, has witnessed a steady growth''nf-Prest-o-bite's prestige and leadership in1 the automotive as new friends .havo been welcomed .into the ever-widening, circle 6t.. Preat-Q-Lite adher- Today, Prest-O-tJte continues to. make" night ftetorlng safe for hund- reds of thousands of. motorists, through; the steady positive [starting, and dependable ignition delivered by the Prest-O-Lite Battery. SERVICE STATION AND DISTRIBUTORS Lethbridge Battery Maintenance 811 4th Ave. S., Lethbridge. Phone 1483. SUBSTATIONS GIVING COMPLETE SERVICE. NORTH LETHPRIDGE GARAGE i317 13th St N. Phone 548, LETHBRIDGfc AERO AND REPAIR 5th St S. STILLER GARAGE, Taker, Alta. CENTRAL GARAGE MACHINE CO., CavJ.ton BERRY CHAPUT, Coleman, atto rater, "bat bow are toinf to tnnt- It It Mock 1ald Mr. Dot tomley had talked of sending somo one to Germany to collect the Indem- nity, but whoever went would have to r marks, M t shipload to pay Mr. Bottomley's tare home. Nat to Limit "We are bound to accept the advice in the men who are sitting month after month examining.Into this, In view of all the prartlcal the premier continued. "If you. press (or Impossible tilings you get nothing. I don't want; in replying to members who used extravagant language, to be put in a position of appearing to defend the action of Germany be- cause, when I go Into the conference, it will be my first duty to insist that Germany carry out essential parts of tbe treaty, which to the presant I think she has neglected. She has not taxed herself to the limit of her cap- acity or to the lerel of the Allies, al- though, it was part of the treaty Veraalllta that ahe -do so. Her cus- and excise are not adequate, even In comparison with France and Great Britain." In speaking of Germany's ability to produce and pay, Mr. Lloyd George avid: "We hare got to make allowances to enable her to get the raw material and the food which is necHBary to enable her to produce theue goods and that Is the calculation we hare got to make. 'v "I do not want to inter the confer- ence except in the spirit of doing my Gossip From the "Y" Urfeit, of the son was out to Dr. Loverlng' give his "talk" on Immortality and we hope to Mm again In tho near future. The Ant o( the tervices held at noon Friday was tulte u suc- cess and WM we" attended, the J. J. Frankijrn being the speaker. Each of tho local Ministers will tuko tho address In turn. Tho sneaker at the coming Sunday meeting will be the Rev. V. W. foe, of the Baptist church. The meet ing commence! sharp at a o'clock and is followed by a Strangers' fellowship tea. Members are still rolling up for the business men'a class and tho basket- hall league is going strong. The "Roarers" are In the but the "Rubber Necks" are after their scalps. The "Bone Setters" and "Ditch Dig- gers" still declare they havo a look In. Tho interest; in tho boiing class i growing and Mr. Kirby, the instructor, has consented to start a special course for all those -interested in tlio noble art of self defense. The class will atart next week and will be held on Wednesday evenings at 8 p.m., and consist of ten lessons. All those interested should enquire at the of- fice for further particulars. As Mr. Kirbr will be away for the first Wed- neads'y he will hold this class on the Friday following, February 25th. Mr. Katky was at one time heavyweight Champion of South Africa. The mat artists are at it hard now in view of the possibility of holding the provincial' wrestling champion-' ships in this city, but there is still room for more members. Messrs. Pattie and Ellison are holding their classes on Monday and 'Friday even- ings at g o'clock sharp. The "HfkiperB" showed their real worth when they met Cardston last 'eek. This should givo them at least second place. The Tuxis basketball league is In full swing and there is every promise of some real hot games and a number best to let from Germany the last of hospital cases before the winner cent she is capable of paying, but we will not go there in the spirit of re- Tenge. We know the figures advanced by some are utterly impracticable." BIG FIHC IN MONTREAL MONTREAL, FeB. to the extent dt nearly was done by fire last night when the top floor of the building occupied by the Mon- real Machineshop, Limited, Ontario street oast, and several dwellings on slther side of the plant were partial- ly destroyed. As a result of the fire six families were made homeless and 24 employees of the machineshop will be thrown out ot work. A new school opened at Falrbank, 'oronto, will accommodate 600 pu- pils. Hands Bound ToKeep front Scratching A jror with h.lp tkfa tofat. "HU wrUtiwen .wfuJ 1 Illi wu connd. iptat lH.e> Mlw In ibnit mke rf trMMMt with D. D. D. UK tone w.n Hii ten ud budi aie (f Ten ban MW trM D. D. D. IK ikla tMM, whether ffwt, or whether IhtdfMlkd of or llu iraleibriMOrlulr-fililMttltatMM (WfUvnatM Ulftt iwr will b. a TIT D D. D. Soap, too. lotion ibrSWn J. D. Hlglnbotham Co., Limited, Druggists, Lethbridge. Sane Interpretation Dr. McKelvIe, who referred to the fruit-growing industries of Yale and the Okanagan. This year the ship- were cars, and success was due to the well advised adminis- tration of the Borden ministry in placing a protective tariff of (ram 13 to 30 cents a box on fruit. If It had not been for this the business would have been extinct.. "My district will consider me a failure to their Inter- ests .if I condone any attempt to re- duce the ho said. WAS SUFFERING FROM INDIGESTION NO FEAR OF PAINS NOW Indigestion Is one .of the .T-orst forms of stomach trouble, and many people suffer terribly after every mear .they, The. rising and souring uf .the food, pains in the stomach, heart- burn, water brash, belching of wind, vomiting shortly after eating, etc, .'are some of the .symptoms. There Is no noort for any t-j be troubled with indigestion, rlyspep- 'sia or any other ntoniacli trouble if they would only takn Burdock Blood Bitters, which contains a combination of nature's roots, herbs, barks and berries; a combination that cannot help but put the stomach right. Mr. H. H. Collins, Norton, N. was with the overseas forces for four years and two inontha, anil In October, 1916, I was unfortun- ate enough to be wounded and taken .prisoner. I was a prlaoher for 2% I years, and ths food they gave us was not good at and after a few months I found I wan suffering from indigestion. When I came home In July, 1310, I was nearly a wreck. I was told to use Burdock Blood Bit- Sere. I did so and found great relief, and can now cat without fear of pains anil sickness, f would recommend- B. n. n. to nil who suffer from in- dltestion." Burdock Blood Bitters has been on the fflarko'. for over forty years, and during that time him made a reputa- tion necoml to mine for relieving all stomach troubles. Manufactured only by Tho T. Milburn Co., Limited. To- is .decided. the Indoor Baseball; League for the juniors has started in with seven teams, the first game being played this morning between the "Hard Hit- ters" and "Irishmen." It is rumor- ed that some of the former are Sinn Feiners so there is every possibility of a friendly spirit prevailing There have been a number of more enquiring about the Y.M.C.A. corres- pondence school: courses from return- ed veterans who have been promised financial aid to the extent of 75. per cent, of the necessary fee by the military department of the Y.M.C.A. There will be no Tuxis Conclave this week on account of the arrange- ments being made for the "Father and Son Week" which will commence Monday, March 7th. This is going to be the best ever and you fathers will have .to keep this in mind and forego of your many engage- ments during, that week. The first oj' the big Trail Rangers Camps will probably be Keld next Sat- urday evening. Now then you juniors here's your chance, to show the Tuxis Boys how to step lively. The Thursday noon luncheon club has blossomed forth into the Ivonian Club. There was a big bunch to hear Dr. Wray give the first of hia series on hygiene. This lub is open to all older boya in the city and the mem- bers claim they put up the .best lun- cheon In tho city (or the price. Wade Rldpath.won the weekly in the bowling alleys last week with score of 229. He put five scores down of 300 and over In one day. High School fellows have got some great howlers now. and t.Uo old hands will havo to go aomo to get the lead away from them now. Wade Rid- path averaged 179 In hiu' last league game and to date holds the highest Individual average. The directors held their monthly meeting last week and had the privi- lege of eating with the juniors and once again experienced the delights of a "bean feed." Interesting news comos from Afghanistan in connection with the 'Y" work there. "We have penetrat ed unclviUzation, the land of a peo- ple who are almost as they were of the pre-historic migration to the hills of Afghanistan. And some of those who fight for us have only tho thin veneer of modern ways laid upon them by their British leaders. A few hours before we arrived :j in Dakka some of our dusky warriors had re- Gold Basis For Canada Needed MONTREAL, Feb. neces- sity of making every effort toward the restoration of currency in Can. ada to a gold basis as soon as possible was urged by Professor Stephen Loa- cock of. McGiH University, in a loo- ture lie delivered today before mem- bers of the staffs tho banks in Montreal. "There ic no financial Kald Dr. Ijeac-ock, "oxcept in the gohi stan- dard. Without it there can Ho no stability for our trade, no security for our progress and no reliance upon our public credit. This doctrine, which, before the war, was a truth universally accepted, is being forgot- ten nnw. With the depreciation and Inflation of our currency a hundred hare grown up that tell In favor of a continued and even a fur- ther depreciation. I do not deny that tho re-estabiisliment' of the gold bauip is 'difficult, j It reprcwnts a- part of the economic, sacrifice of the, war that sooner or later mtist be made good. It is .1 price that has to 'be paid and turned triumphantly to their tents, bearing the head of a nwiinuiuoer. They had left oa a bill above tho camp fifteen bodies slain with the ancient weapon of (heir race. Tho head was to he presented to the G.O.C., but on being told that he would rather just hear about It the warriors iiuriK the trophy in their camp and danced around it, chanting their unbroken'serial of victory. Tho scene before our tents that night had the calm of majestic things. The almost untainted air of place of wild distances, slightly cooled with a breath from very distant snows, swept lightly upon us. After the hot day we were refreshed. Then we delivered a lecture to a crowd of men who sat oj stood, everyone with his gun upon hTi shoulder. In a dark dugout we sought our low couch, and knev.' notbics of tho sniping from afar until the next morning. What was, so far as .we know, the second or thlr-l Christian service in Afghanistan was held under the aus- pices of the Y.M.C.A. Afghanistan, a Mohammedan country, is closed to the missionary. With the exception of a few individuals who have heroic- ally ministered to the physical needs of some of the people, the association is the first Christian agency to cross its wall. The war is over, but the Y.M.C.A. carries on Its work among the Sepoys with Christian Indian secretaries who were with them in France, Egypt, Palestine, Mesopotamia, and East Africa. The association recreation centres are common ground for Mohammedan and Hindu, high caste and low caste Indian soldiers. Healthy Skin DEPENDS ON KIDNEYS. The akin and the wUch work together with the kidneys to throw out tke poliou of the body, do pert of tbe work, lint a clean body and a. healthy one depends on kidneys. If the kidaeys are cloned with toxin (potions) you suffer (ram stiffness in the kneel in the morning oil arising, ymr eeem you may km rheumatic pains, pain in the hack, stiff neck, headaches, sometimea swollen or neuralgic to the irlc acid or poisons in the blood. Thle la tho time to f o to the nearest drag Mora and simply obtain a package of the discovery of Or. Pierce of the Invalids1 Hotel, buffalo, N. T. the lo.nter 'it painful Is the is deterred .the nioro process of payment. There. '.must be a loss of niany mil- lions for the simple reason teat that logs has already; bein Incurred In tho expenses of the 'The use of In- flated, peeper IK only a of tho evil Add Years of Wear to Gar- ments and Draperies for Few Cents Lethbridge women can do wonders with a package of Diamond Dyes. An old, worn coat, skirt, waist, sweater, kimona, dreas, or faded stockings, gloves, draperies, portieres, chair cov- whether wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods, can be. diamond-dyed to look like new. Easy directions In each package guarantee perfect results. Druggist baa Color Card showing actual materials dia- mond-dyed In a wondrous range of rich, fadeless colors. Don't riak your material In a poor ment. AFRAID TO KHIEALS "Pipe's Diapepsin'' is the best Antacid and Uomach Regulator known When your moala don't fit and you feel uncomfortable, when you belch s gases, acMs or raise sour, undigested food. When you feel of_ indi- gestion pain, heartburn, or hea'dache from acidity, just eat a tablet of harm- less.and reliable Papa's Dfapcpsin and tho g'.ouiach distress Is gone. MilllonB of people know tho maglo of Pane's Diapepsin an antacid.' They know that most indigestion and disordered stomach are from nctdity. Tho relief comos quickly, no dis- Papa's Dlapeptjin helps regulate your stomach so you can eat tavorite foods without fear and a box of these world-famous stomach lab- lets cost so little at drug stores. An Intereating Personality Gilbert Chesterton, from a photo- graph taken upon the famous Kngllsh author's arrival at New York on a lajturo tour throughout tho United States. I Smoke At good at axly ytan of M exptritnct can main it SEALBRANDTEA majr truly the drink of Monany. U chew, but the bat tea ii chofot. TlM hiindng of piping hot dVlicimii bmrage em from a lingtc pound of Qiaas it Bund Tea. For Kfiohmcnt, foe mild ttimuliu and sheer enjoy- Bint cf the delightful fragrance and flavor, drink ft! Sanborni Seal Brand Tea. In pound and half-pound cartons. OHAM MN30HN, u BAILIFF'S SALE UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A CHATTEL MORTGAGE GIVEN BY W. J. LLOYD to H. E. MEIBACH AND TO ME DIRECTED AGAINST THE GOODS AND CHATTELS OF W. J. LLOYD NAMED IN THE SAID CHATTEL MORTGAGE I HAVE SEIZED THE FOLLOWING GOODS, NAMELY: ONE FORD TRUCK, No. 12823 ONE FORDSON TRACTOR, No. 5036 WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE On the 22nd Day of Feb., 1921 AT FORD GARAGE, LETHBRIDGE AT THE HOUR OF 2.30 P.M.- Dated, Lethbridge, Feb. llth. 1921. ___________________________________T. J. SIMONS, Bailiff. BAILIFFS SALE UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A LIEN AGREEMENT GIVEN BY CARL PAULSON to WILLIAM HYSSOP and to me directed against the goods and chattels {of CARL PAUL- SON named In the said Lien Agreement I have seized the follow- ing goods, namely: ONE GREY GELDING, weight about 1400 HM. .TWO BAY GELDINGS, weight about 2800 Ibtv WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE On Friday, (he Sih Day of Feb., 1921 AT WM. HYSSOP FARM, NORTHEAST OF, LETHBRIDGE AT THE HOUR OF 2.30 P.M. Dated, Lethbridge, Feb. 14tb, 1921. T. J. SIMONS, Bailiff. BAILIFFS SALE UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A CHATTEL MORTGAGE GIVEN BY ALFRED DUFFEY TO WILLIAM HYSSOP AND TO ME DIRECTED AGAINST THE GOODS AND CHATTELS OF ALFRED DUFFEY NAMED IN THE SAID CHATTEL IlkORT- GAGE I. HAVE SEIZED THE FOLLOWING GOODS, NAMELY: 2 Rumley 2 John Deere Engine Plows 2 Rumley 1 Russell Separator 1 Cook Car 1 Bunk Car 1 Oil Tank and Stude- baker Wagon 1 International Water Tank 2 Packers WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SAL! On Friday, the 25th Day of 1921 AT WM. HYSSOP FARM, NORTHEAST Of LETHBRIDGE AT THE HOUR OF P.M. Duted, Lethbridge. Feb. 14th, 1921. T. J. SIMONS, Bailiff. TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer Own.r.: M. McLEAN, 0. BOYD, J. HAIBECK. Clerk: W. McGUIRE. AUCTION SALE Farm Stock, Implements Furniture There will be offered for tale by ..Public Auction at Chin, 9 milei of Coaldale ON TUESDAY, MARCH 1ST, 1921 AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP. THE 1 liiatehe'tl tmim of black geldings, 7 yearn old. weight 3500 Ihs.: 1 matched team of bay geldings. 7 years old. .weight Ibs.; 1 black gelding, 5 years old, weight 1500 His.; 1 black Holding. 5 years old, weight 1300 His.: 1 grey mare, 7 years old, weight 1500; 1 iron Krey nmrn, 7 yeara old, weight WOO Ibs.; 1 black gelding, S years old. weight ]300 Ibs.; 1 blnok gelding, 9 years old. weight 1300 Ibs.; I grey mare, S years old, welgMl 1260; 1 bay gelding, 3 yonra old, weight 1300: 1 Mack solcllng, years old. weight ISoo Ibs.; 1 chestnut gelding, 5 years old, weight MOO Iba.; 1 blank 7 yours old, weight 1100 Ibs.; 3-horse colts, 1 year bid: 1 muro colt, I year oltl. IMPLEMENTS 6 nyw Harrow dirts; Masspy-Harrls Biiuloiy. nearly new: 2 Double .Disc; Defining Drills, new; 2 Bain "Wagons, .'jia-iiich tirus, near- ly new: 2 Tanks, 15fi bushels, nearly, nuw; 1 set of Iron Har- rows, jicarly new; 1 .Mussey-Harrls Iteapor; 1 P. O. Sulky Plow; 1 heavy Lumber Wagon: I California Wagon, 1 Funning Mill; fi sets of Double Teum Harness, heavy; Horso Collars, Sweat Puds: 2 Bedsloiultt c.umpleif1; 1 Cook Stove; t Heater Stovo; 1 Kitchen Numnroiis articles. ;