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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta t'AllE EIGHT Till- LETillWttXiH DAILY flKHALD THURSDAY, FEBRUARY Allow Canadian Producers to Make 4 AHMoneyTheyCan OLD THEATRE NOW WAREHOUSE Judge Kobsoxu Former Chair- man of Hoard of Cornmert'e Gives Opinion PRICE FIXING PERIOD NOW HE OVER Fob. 1'C. -In an Ottawa fiispak'h to (be Manitoba Krec Judge Kobsou, who has jusi from the chairmanship ol lu-ard of k-onimeret1, is quoted in part fol- lows; "Price ilxitig and proiit restrictions in the produris of the. country, while v.-fll for a time, should not In niy view be part of the permanent statute law. Regulations of profits on neces- -aries will lend to discourage persons from entering iu the useful services life. H tfsides, an iujustice to restrict these'classc-s while those en- gaged Iu prodiK'liou and distribution of luxuries or even useful things, not classed as necessaries. BO free. This (teemed to me so inconguous tha: uneasy in the administration of the an nnd fell it my duty lo resign." "Will the work of the Loard of com- more? go was asked. j "Oh, yo3, go far us 1 know. There Is Sols of work for them to re- plied the should you Uy your hanJs j en lite nutu who biliiKs the milk lo i your door and let the ncypV who st'll I hooks at 100 per prollt and flowers ami perfumes gu "Tlicso are suggest- ed. "Yes. but if you i-ouimually soafc people whu are dealing iu they will eventually fjult the business and go into sumo other that is not controlled by Ihe board of commerce." "It may be an unpopular doctrine." added Judge "but I Canadian producers should be r cd to make all the money they can." Board Won't Quit OTTAWA, Feb. Canadian is fetateil definitely In tlie ctfices of (ho board of commerce "that the resignation ol Judge Itobson as chief cum missioned will occasion no hiatus (u tbo operations ol the hoard The old Hoy.il Opera House, Toronto, built UT1S74, wliicUjlas Just tocn Vhiu'kl sold to Maldnvrr fc Co., wholesale wool slock dealers. The entrance now allow j off a lane The old doorway IB shown above. H will he turned into a modern office building. scarcity of raw materials and demoral- ization ot labor HIM) transport condi- tions, combine- tu retard production and lo restrict the exchange ot pro- ducts necessary for the. proper sus- tenance o: life and the rebuilding of Why pay high prices fo tea when BLUE RIBRON, the best tea in this or any other country, can be bought at 75c per pound 02 The act which created the board pro-; Je.struettoa vides that a vacancy in it will not Ira-j (Freai WLlr Krom every quarter! pair iho authority of the board. In 0( ,iic js impressed, ofleii i. by privation nnil suffering, (lie AppetiteKeen and Bowels Regular Ciritr's LI I He liver Pills. Foul accumu- lations that poison the blood are ex-------------------------- polled from the bowels and headache, dizziness ind sallow skin Snail PUl-Soull Dose-Sun Price DR. CARTER'S IRON FILLS, Na lures great nerve and 'blood tonic for Anemia, Rhcutatfcin, Nerameu, SieepiessDcsE and Female Wtakneu. the absence of a cliief commissioner. a commissioner is empowered to pre-: Onc gran lesson that Increased prortuc- sido and his decisions are valid. One! tlon through increased work, combhi- of the commissioners remarked cti wttll and economy In indi- moniing to the Canadian Press: j vjtTuai and .slate, is the only sure hope "The board may liave lost hs improvement and fulura but not its nerve." j proSpeTjty. Rgbson Goes to 1Peg Canadian Conditions Satisfactory OTTAAVA. Fob. Cnnafllan uter four of war and a year j Following his resignation tn-ce months of contusion and chairman of tho board or commerce i (jestrueti0ti which has succeeded there- i Judge II. A. Hobson left Ottawa lasl to Sl is'satfrfaciory 10 kitow lhat busi- night for Winnipeg, where be held ne'-s ]n cninida has been well f important posts as jurist priori to his acceptance last fall chairmanship of the board. Will AfTect People And Will Cost Large Amounl- LOXDOX, Canadian 'the house, of commons yesterday the insurance hill read a second lime a division, al- though considerable opposition was shosvn by ihu party. The biU and Hi at general conditions are on the Farm Congress "which Is now In ses- sion here. Sir James Alkens, who presided, touched on tho optimistic outlook for tho! Tanners o( Manitoba Iu spite of I tlio'present strenuous times through which the people 'arc passing toward rcconstruciiou.- With parasifts on one hand and pirates on the neither of which the. country has any use hope of tho coun- try Ues In the combination of the four fundamentals, industry, proper use of capital, a consuming public, and abil- ity, said Sir James. Premier Norris congratulated (he, farmers on their htghly successful farm congress and on tho'lr leader- ship, maintained since 1S92 In wheat championships and-In showing Ihe world that Manitoba provides' the grasses and grains to produce the best leel on the continent and ablllty of Manitoba to produce purebred cat- tle. j FTtjhl Labor Conference Tile first meeting of the interna- tional labor conference, iu accord- with Uie provisions of the treaty; peace, ivas held in Washington in' October and November of last year prosperity second to none. Proposed Legislation The. ratification of the international opium convention renders it necessary to obtain legislntUm to carry into ef- fect its provisions relating to the sale cocaine and ether deleter-1 .p or taut cxcep tions to its operation are agricultural workers und servants, and in Ireland the bill applies only to workmen in trades not insured under the present acts. The will he 15 shillings a week for men, 12 shillings a week you for thai tfes make similar contributions, leiDliiiuUtir and by representatives New FrancMs, Bill of my government and of the Cana- A bill'Lo provide for a- Dominion dimi employers and emrloyeeEi' organl. franchise will be Introduced, deal- zations. It wlllte graUfylnK to learn ing will, the QW.Wication oE voters rtial Canada was Ecleclcd as one ot and tho procedure necessary to en- the 12 governments whose countries able alt persons legally quaJHiod to are entitled to1 representation on the; rcpister their votes. governing, body of the international 1 Other bills presented for labor conference. your com- iteration, including a bill re- Wheii tlie remaining treaties shall ppccting copyrights and- hills provid-j i have boon- (-oiii1] tided the finiPtions ing for the nmendment of thn. Patent with Ilif1, Male supplying a !t is estimated that nearly 12.- persohVare affected and the annual cost to tin1 sfcite will be be- tween three ami' four millions, against] l.SJO.OOO pounds now. A GLORIOUS. GAME I've to see a.glorious game, I did not piny, Uut I beheld that, glorious ganio With all m.v soul I kHbtv. A sheet crystal availed'around, From whoso dcciv bosom -came Ibe sound Of ring vt ice .and- 'steel. While, from Uip trails the cries resouiid ,Of niaiiiacaJ Upon'that sheet, clear Saranac, -which sailed from Vew York February 3, for London. iccortlliig to wireless Inlormation re icivod licre. JJehpld roiv formed array- chaniplons, clad in) vestures firt SASK. TRUSTEES ELECT v MOOSB JAW, S'ask., Feb. this' morning's session ol tliff annual convention ot the provincial school trustees, J. B. Bryant, ol Itegina, was unanimously elected president for the third term. Other officers elected wen vice-president, F. Goitlden, Ehenzer; second vice-president, J. E. Hani, B.A., Unity; secretary-treasur- er. J. A- Cunningham. Regina. Mrs. William Allen. Moose Jaw, was again chosen to reiK'csent tbo city schools ou the executive. Beware o f gum ie nderness that vrarna of Pyorrhea. Four out of five people forty have im- dtr forty also. Loosening tcelh indi- cate Pj'orrhea. Bleeding gums, too. intlamcd, bleeding KUTHS act as so many doorways for disease germs to enter the infecting the; joints or causing other (orhan's positively prevents Pyor- rhea, if UK-d in lime and used consist- ently. As it hardens the gums the teeth become firmer. vBrush your teeth with Forhan's. It cleans the Utth them white and clean. If gum-shrinkage hns already set in, start using Forlun'sand consult a den- list immediately for special treatment. 35c and 60c tubes in Canada and tube postpaid. league of nations find the fons tribimals authorized thereby bo- i come truly operative, it is j ly hoped that the end will have been reached of ,tlie confusion and uncer- tainty consequent upon the long and regrettabie delay in bringing into op- eration the provisions of tbo treaty a ill an effective beginning made in the improvement of national und the adjustment of interna- j tional rotations which will ensure the conHnneil blessings of peace, j Soldiers Home Again The forces which Canada conlri- j buied to tho war have now nearly all beeti returned and mo.-Uy (IcmobiHioil j and (he great majority have resumed their avocations and again become i active mid important factors ID civil Act. of the Txtan and Trust Companies Act. the Indian Act, and tlic Exchequer Court Act. i Gentlemen of the House of Com- mons: The accounts for tho last fiscal year will be laid before you. Estimates for the next fisral year will be submitted itt an early date, Tuning provisions Optimistic fur the various services of the gov-] ernmer.t of Canada. Those have been formed with a view lo strict economy, having duo regard to the require- ments of iho public service and the i Mothers! NEVER NEGLECT WHOOPING COUGH mothers niaXe iho mistake ol thinking that whooping 'cough, is not ot serious importance, but unforlun ately this mistake often leads to the neglect of this-' dangerous child's die eese. Xcrer neglect whooping cough, for it may be followed by-.some, serious Outlook Says Sir Jas. Parasites and Krates Slammed obligations of the country. Feb. Jamea Honorable gentlemen of the Senate: Aikcns. lieutenant-governor of Manl- Gentleiuen of the House of Premier Norris, Hon. Vatentlno mosis: Winklev. minister uJ agriculture, and In inviting your careful attention j. B. Reynolds, president o! tho Mani- to the important subjects which will toba Agricultural College, delivered engage your attention I -pray that tho blessings of Oivinc providence may attend your deliberations, life. department of soldiers' civil and tlifi soldiers' land settlement board continue to provide vocfitlomil training and opportunities for immanent occupation which great- WILL TAKE McCAULEY'S PLACE aW'ln the? solution of tlic problems CM.GAKY, Feb. .A. of readjustment, whilst the work ot Brown, city electrical engineer, will I Ihe tabor employment bureaus anil the recommendVd by the city {helpful service of Ibe Canadian Palri- slonerfl to receive ilic appointment ofj u'k Association is iirtminigtering superintendent of the street railway.' at a banquet last night ten- dered to delegates of the Manitoba Have You Helped the K. P, Children's Shelter Fund? PORTHE GUMS DON'T DESPAIR If you are troubled with pains or aches; feel tired; have headache, painful pass- Ege of urine, you will find relief in COLD MEDAL emergency 'fund provided by parlia- mcnt, have materially in soiv- I ing Ihe problem of temporary non- J employment. i Increased Production Necessary i In tlie European economic field clear [vision is still impossible and tho un- settled slate of exchange, the lack ol linturnaUonul credits and the inflation I of paper currency, combined with thj to lake tbe place of Thomas It. Mr- Cauley, who resigned from tbe post re- ceiuly. It is understood, however, that part of tho new scheme will mean tlirtt Mr. Brosvn will oc-cupy Ihe dual position or city electrical engineer and superintendent of the srtcct rail- way. Mr. Drown formerly bold posi- tions in Nelson, B. C., Winnipeg and Montreal. who appear lung trouble. f'Dr. "Wood's Norway- Pine Syrup is Ign'ly recommended by every where for tho relief, of this trouble. It will clear clogged-np air passage of the mucous and phlegm from tlrr.t has collected, and in this Xo prancing cliargors 'ncnlli them At the embaUled cliecr, That, echoes' far No herald :blows clear, With its defiant souiid; No shitiius lance in-rest they bear, No sword the iuigtv' No shirt of Jinketl'-ipail they, wear, Xo plumetl hehnel.iilEhi' No spurs 'oir winged feet tboy lock, No shield' protects ;theni from tlic SllOCk; J.' t they'in battle. j'c_e1, Tho warriors of Stick sandrpuck Arc shod' in.sbtniug steel. they slip, (bey slide; Like meteors tbey'gfancD, Their .weapons flash from side to side, And in the lamplight.dance, t: r t j B adcirs' b rthl> on i quest, enrol led, They 'storm (hc'-foemEti's castle hold With" Sweep "onward to their goal. Sweet dftines of oldentime beheld Crare iiiilghls' in -tourney'wild, And, ag.eacli champion's foe be felled, On him- they sweetiy smiled! And, field of bfttOc, still, Bright.eres are gazing with a And voices soft exclaim. ,In, accents rising and shrill, The victors to acclaim. And ILO'.V- the tlfti-'is o'er, 'f DODO'S PILLS. bring on the "whoop" uh'ich brings the so-much-sought-for relief., Mrs. Francis Borlingham, Nev; Gate B. spring three of ray. children took tho ivhooptng cuuah, and.: they had it so bad I thought they, voutd choke, I was getting pretty-worried when-my sister wroUs mertelling mo to try Dr. AVood'.s Xor- .yjay: Pine Syrup. I sent for some j right away, .and, Vclieve. me, -1 will it worked. will always have it in my house." Thei'e arc many imitations of Or, -W.ooil's .on the market. (Jet' the .gen- uine; when 'you ask for it. 'It'will pay In the end. Put up In a yellow UTEIP- per; -3 pine trees the trade mark; 25c Manufactured onlv by The T. Milhurn Co.. LiinUcd. -loudly'roar Depart, and silence yield. The "victors and the vanquished glide In friendly concourse, side by And speak of battles won, Or. in. some banquet hall they bide, Hockey vGame is done.' K. L. Jardlne. TORONTO CAT SAID TO BE THE BEST IN CANADA Tha wotld'fl standard remedy for liver, bladder znd uric acid troubles and national Remedy of Holland sinca All drugpRts, 50c, a box. Guaranteed. Ixwfc for tlia ctma Cold MetU on box aad accipl rVjHtticB Once liver fails to filter the 1 poisonous from the blood, i" n clogging and poison in of i .-.vl'.olf; system which causes many troubles lo upon I tlic >ivor, innrr thnn any oMicr organ j of tho ho'Jy. depends the {inies Iinvs will iii liver This ia the Persian cat He was" bred by, Aird. Itr, nUvayH Canadiatrlyrcd, long-Iiaircd innlc. ss and neglect, and disregard of nature's llic system out of s-ortp." ls become constipated, iho lisT! .stomach upset, j Uio hack to its nnr-' niaj slate, you should laky Mil burn's Laxa-IJvrr 1'Uls. They livrjn up the Irvrr, yet Ih7 bowels bock to thc.lr pi'r.pnr i oii'lilMni cintl lone uji the'! jrr.f. O. 1.. Alta.. IIHVC Milburn's Laxa- i Livt-r i'ills iitul found them j rA for lin'H stcmacJt and liver I liavti told o'hcrs aiirnjl. nicdlvinc ami the> Df-rrt tlivin with fiood rcstilts. "Tlu-.y :n i- [nr Mnbnrn'w arc 2.'ic! y Mr.'. Alif-n Vltzpittrlr.h. j p vhiJ jst drniers or mailed dlrcnt hhown tho hcul on OL i-rlcc-tiy The T. .Milhurn This light, dry fleecy wadding t fro I h; hoi) lo any chill -cauwd irhc, lh: Uoubh al id lource, and, quick ar-.d nure rrlicf. Tt it "grateful ttarir.lK" in ctmvcnicnt form. FOOTBAiU TIE L0NDOX, Fell. (Bj-- Canartlan A. re-play boWecn -AVakefield- and St. Helens yesterday resulted in a tip, Uvo all. STEAMER LOSES PROPELLER i Feb. Tlic British steamer War Hagger, which left Port Arthur, February for Ixjugli Swilly. tiR? lost her propeller niul is towed to Qiiccnstowii tlio lirltish Say Toronto, Out. Have You Helped the K. P. Children's Shelter Fund? H. K.jDENYES, M.P.P. U.t'.O. member for Easi Hastings TillFOiilmrg, found Dr. Tierce's Favorite Piwcriplionveiy beneficial duiitiR V Mpectsoyy. 1 felt (juitc poorly, WHS nauwMwl und jick, rould ttdt cat any- thing aud 1 uui xifrvous Tivoritc lion' and it- soua, the nausea, my appetite [cturn- o d also m y strength and 1 tras soon fw-linu fine and a (rang. My baby was strong rid licallhy and has always I consider 'Favorite Prcjcnption' a great help to tbe expectant mother and am to recommend MRS. AMOS MILLS, Box A HAMILTON WITNESS Hamilton, few months ago 1 was stricken down nnd rras confined jto bed about (cud ays. My jlreugthalUeft It Tfasrny first ill new since ,1 chikV. I lost'five pounds .mil felt awfully weak afterward, 1 could hardly do m.v work. I rraa advised to try Or. 1'icrcs'.1! Favorite Prescriritfoa in tablet form. J tried a couple of boUleaand before I fcneTT it, 1 tvnfi well and alronc andi hail gained tUi 1 can recon.men'I Dr, Favnnle Prescription lo buiM ono K. MAHTIN, Dundurn Si, After Eitffcrin" fetling rfiny, vfoal' and diagge-'i floivo by ircak- cirdcs nnrl a woman ii rjnicVly teilorwl (o hf.iltli by tno Pa von I i Prescription cf Dr. Pierce. Changed, in lookt, for after taking Di, Piftrce'e 1'avor- ilf: Pfosription thfi skin becomes clear, the (hr chofka "plump, It if t'urcly %eBfltaliJr, 30 Alcohol. Cuticura Soap Clears the Skin arid Keeps it Clear "INASMUCH AS YE HAVE DONE IT UNTO ONE OF THE LEAST OF THEbE YE HAVE DONE IT UNTO Your Opportunity to Help the K. of Children's Shelter Fund This Week ;