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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. JANUARY 4. 1021 THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD Tobacco Raisers In Furious NU Offered by IMrw But Coaler Saved Stturfon .Ky 'm Uw WM-i csTt.ll Jan. jaSsit il tfaia iwn4c. by bajrvn'tor tan 9 tke awtgnod. Not ttvtng It Away Ky., Jan. tao tobacco al wttrefeovsoa thjs morh an hour after the opening given being th: to give their frteas run from half a to M Gonersl disorder Against Buy or. OUlLiaiJa, 4: BOILS SO BAD HAD TO GIVE UP WORK JTonr thr-dlya .01 Job, .UD to tha of, the human race. afllctloM of tho human race. All the poBltlciEi. and lancing you do will not prevent them from 'teaaktnr oat again. i ara aiaaflr caused by the bad burtUaj oat: and the bad Mood nut be ma.1i puro before the aotis will disappear. Bitten, which has L on the market for over forty to: wall, known as the greatest bleed medicine procurable. R purifies the blood by removing particle of foul matter from tha otttem, and when this is done the boila TWtiak, and 'you should never ba troqblad again. Mr. James Fahey, Newport Island, One., Vras troubled with DRY CNA DATE IS OFFICIALLY FIXED OTTAWA. Jan. dian la at- Sdtlly cautted today fulns Faferaary 1 aa tha> data on and importation of cohotlc lirar late Scotli. Alberta, and Manltoaa, will tx lllafal. growvn Uuwila atmlnat durlnf whlc karm weni Hurley tobao bo aimrlnt here waa; closely ahortl after the opening today. Cooler among thi kundmda of persons Mien trot ble from taking a aerloua turn. Shortly tha markai here Va closed It was reporta4 tfiat a crow anveral hundred farmers had starte from this place for Parla, M mil digtut, with the intentioa ot .forcl the closing ot the Bourbon county mar ket there. Growers declared the prices oiler ed meant bankruptcy. SOWEI LEADERS About Proposal to Conduct Of fensive Campaign Against Baltic States BAIU8, Ruuian aovie are not ID accord with regard .0 the offensive campaign against the Baltic states which it reported to have been projected by. the Moscow authorities, according to information received In. diplomatic circles here The plan to. roaKe some attacka upon Lctvta, GujiuU and. Rvmania ha, laay strong ojinonimta. it ia declar- 3d in these advicea, as oucerns ,au attack. In ;the Baltic, by VUB., was troubled with he disorganization which would re- bollB.on ay neck, so bad suit at Baltic ports, endangering I triad 'T I UP W the'r the hope, .Flnallv I went to a dnctnr. ,-.__. Finally I went to a doctor, treated me for several weeks, all without. At last a friend told of Burdock Blood Bitten, so I decided to give it a trial. I got three bottles, but before I had taken two thai boDa 'wore all gone. It 'is eight sannMia now. and I have had no return of the old trouble, and I have never jrsll." B. B. B. la BO' only by Tho T. Mllburn Limited, Toronto, Oat, Yon are not r Ufctifin jgMit for BfHma and skin Irritn- j'hetil IheTkin" Uitluuikt if yoir mention this 1 lend 2s. stamp for postage. GOc. a- or EdnunsoD, Bates Soap The Velvet Touch For the Skin penjng trade relations with {Jreat Britain. The same 'objection, however, does not eilsj; with .reference tp nn attack upon Rumania and Galicia, it is rep- resented. Such an attack would In- volve bnr a strong Bolshevik section is said to believe it would offer Jar greater advantages than an offensive ia.the north. CHICAGO BANS MOVIES SHOWING EVIL PRACTICES CHICAGO, Jan. plcturei portraying criminal's at work Iiave been barred in Chicago, It became known, today.., Chief of Police morris a'nhonhced th'a't three ago he had issued orders to movie censors not to Issue permlta for any photo play that showed a crime com- even although the end of the picture might show the criminal in a prison cell. PREMIER GOES EAST WINNIPEG, Jan. Arth- ur Meighen returned to Winnipeg to- day from the west and will leave to- nigh via the Canadian Pacific for Ot- tawa, arriving Friday.1 I il ti that ADVANCED Tariff Commission Mean of Tariff Present at Ottawa the CASE FOR SUGAR BEETS IS STRONGLY PRESENTED OTTAWA, Jan. (Canadian protection was neces- sary industries apoke for, was the information given to tM Tariff eoinmisatoa by two wltnassM One of these men, Lunls Simpson, a former inan- of a cotton raiii, said protection was absolutely necessary to that in- dustry also to the oil shale industry. In the case of the latter, in which he. ras interested, he thought machinery used In the production of fuef oil 'rom shale should be placed on the !ree list for two years. Fuel oil was tha they hud attend Mr. gifcplou children U uilcU ..Ui work half a day, attending achuui the remainder. In answer to a question lr. Sir Henry, Mr. Hiuipsuu ntateii I'mpiiutlc- ally Chat prote'ct'ou was nuciuxary ;tu the In. Canada. I'hu cost of maaufiM-iuriDi cotton In Can- adu. via ranch higher than in Orrisit Britain, on money borrowed from Canadian banks was far greater, and fuel costa ?ery high. Per- tw had no connection with organization niahuracturlug or stilling oflttou. So his views were absolutely He WUR, inter- ested primarily la the development of tke 'oil lldustry in Canuilu, und the DJ-odiicKw.'ot oil. lie stated thut the miicjilnery used in the pro' duction shale shoultl, 11 his opinion, be placed on the free tat lor io Ithat the indus- try might 4tt on Its feet. Fuel oil was'the oulr alternative to imported coal in cejiin .sedtions ot Canada and if :4evcloped with the United Sti'to it'might be'Impossible to import OPPOSE APPOINTMENT LOR1> RpADlSTG AS INDIAN VICEROY LONDON. Jan. As- sociated Yorkshire Post, the leading coalitionist paper in the north of England, joins the antl- coalition Mornlhg Post in condemning the suggested appointment of Lord Reading as viceroy of India, remark- ing in reference to the Marconi husi- ,he only alternative to coal in some [ness in1" which Lord Reading wag in> THE BBEATHEABLE REMEDY A LWAYS keep a box of Peps XV on hand.and immediately you 'feel a tickling in your throat and want to cough, put a Peps tablet in your mouth. The medicinal fumes graven off by the dissolving Peps mingle with the airyou breathe, and like the Pine Forest air of Switzerland, reach every nook corner of the throat and lungs, where the danger lies. Pepirbathe the breathing; with a germ-destroying vapor, which is a sure safe- guard against infectious coughs and colds. When a Peps tablet bin the mouth every breath taken strengthens your defence throat and chest troubles. for 51.25. AU dealers dr Peps FREE trial package sent'Upon receipt of this advertisement and lc. stamp for postage. WINTER Covuns. f ' KKoncin us. districts. C.. H. Houson of the Dominion Beet Sugar company, Chatham, declared hat the government would be wise to encourage this important industry by protection. The higher the rate of duty allowed, the higher would be the irices paid to farmers for their beets. ?here now were acres under upar beets in Western Ontario. N. L. Martin, Toronto', representing ho glass merchants, was on the tand at the noon adjournment, and rgued that any Increase in .jhe duty >n window glass and plate glass would add to the cost of building ouses and also to the cost of furni- ture. Farmers Official on Stand M. H.. Staples of Toronto, educat- onal secretary of the United Farmers t Ontario, was called to the stand hen the Tariff Commission met this norning. Mr. Staples was ouestion- d by Sir Henry Drayton regarding ome items in his brief which he laid efore the commission at its sittings esterday afternoon. Sir Henry called attention to the act that the witness had referred trongly to the trade balance and the ate of exchange between Canada and United States. He asked Mr. taples what steps ought to be taken change conditions.. Mr. Staples id not feel that he was in a position say what should be -done. "You aye criticized it very harshly in our said the chairman, "i ought to give the attitude of the armers on these said the itness. The chairman: "What would you ay ought to be Mr. Staples: "The revenue evid ntly comes from the consumer, here should be devised sujne method y which the revenue would be con. ributed directly." The chairman asked witness if he nought the government, and the ountry had any duty to fill toward abor. "I think it has a duty to'all tizens" was the reply. "Does that duty extend to trying to ring about the employment of the Farmers Can't Get Help The reply was the government raid afford employment without fos- ring urban industries. The witness ated that great difficulty was exper- nced by the farmers in getting help r their farms. The policy of protec- on mads it possible for urban infiug- riea to be located and then compete the labor market with the farmers, onsequently, farm laborers' wages The witness stated tliat he had een paying as high as J50 and er month with board to men for farm ork. The farmers, he knew, would ot regard it as a hardship if they ad to pay S35 and a month to these men. Sir Henry Drayton asked if the government, in anything it did to pro- vide employment for citizens, should consider the demand of aftricnlhire as prior demands. The witness thought there was a better condition in the country districts. Pressed for an ex- planation of the statement, he said that general faithfulness -of mea in thsir relations-with their families and with other men were encouraged by country life. To tho chairman, wit- ness' admitted that he had no busi- ness experience in cities. Problem of Wtatprn Farmer The witness admitted that there was much seasonal employment in agriculture. He thought the farmers of the west would eventually be com- pelled to carry over most of their labor between seasons in order to secure help for the wheat harvest which lasted for perhaps six weeks. After further questioning, Sir Henry asked if the brief presented by Mr. Staples had been endorsed by the ffreat gathering of- three thous- and farmers from which he had corny. The witness said that the newspaper i riDortn had erred in the statement that the tariff resolution had been withdrawn, A resolution which would have led to complete free trade within five years was sent back to the lor-al councils for further discussion. Louis Simeon of Ottawa, former manager of a cotton mill at Valley- lielcl, Quebec, found fault with ths ed- ucational policies in the different provinces and maintained that 95 per cent, of the children were imperfect- ly educated and that five per cent, mnlrt be fitted for the professions. He niMintahied that children would be better off working part of their If me In factoriee so IOIIK as they wem working under proper1 conditions. Minors under..16 would be bettor off at proper nmalnc abort plicated: "In an office dependent so largely on prestige and 'dignity as that of the king's representative iu India and therefore so liable to suffer from wan- ton attack, the memory of these affairs cahoot fall to have a hamper- ing effect." COSTS TORONTO SIX THOUSAND DOLLARS A DAY FOR RELIEF TORONTO, Jan! of the bright spots in the usual grey tones of the civic relief station was noted today when a returned soldier handeijl back to Sergt. Major Creighton, in charge 'of the distribution of relief, ten "meal tickets. The soldier had been given a number of tickets last Friday to tide him over tho week- end, and ha explained that in the 'meantime he luul received a month's pension Amounting it was not much, no admitted, but while it lasted be would not accept city charityj Give This to a Constipated Baby Umatipurion Remedy with Many Mother! YOUKO Mothers in the midst of hriiiiinp up a family of siiisli children should con- sider it a the .lotion of the various for constipation. This is the ail- ment most common nmnni; chil- dren, and it of ten loads to serious diseases. It is .important tor the iuothet1 to know the riant ..remedy, ia give, for they differ widely in action. Children do hot take kindly to drastic drugs, salt waters, calo- mel, physigs, castor oil, carlhar- mercurials and things and they find difficulty in swal- lowing these'-harsh- medicines even when disguised in sugar- cfiatcd tatlets or pills.: It is not only that .the' child doesn't like the taste, but these drugs are so Violent, that they 'wrench the little' system. TneyshOuld not be given to children. of wise mothers, alter having tried many things, give only a combination of simple herbs with pepsin, known to druggists as Dr. Cald- well's Laxative Syrup Pepsin., The formula is on the package; It is a mild, gentle remedy, free troin al! narcotics, that relieves constipation and its symptoms, such as headache, colds, fever, indijjesticii, Io0g of and sleep, and it dees it without griping or weakening; A bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Laxa- tive Syrup Pepsin can be bought at any drug store for sixty cents and is enough to lest an average family many months. Last year over eight million bottles of Dr. Caldwcll'i Syrup Pepsin were sold in drug the largest sellingliquid laxative m the world, and as the prepar- ation has been on the market over thirty years tho second generation of mothers are now giving it to their babies. No cm-e- tui, well-regulated home will be without a bottle for a mild, safe constipation remedy .like thU may be needed by someone in the family any minute. Everv bottla is guaranteed to do 'ex- actly as claimed for the ailments or the stomach, liver and bowels or your money will be refunded. TRY IT FREE! There art Ktads of famillu will want to prove to tt-ir own sM-focujn ttat my LliatiVc Syntf ftpnn is a.1, effcain'in conjrifotwn, at mW ml imtle in anon, asptetuanMitintimd saft, as I claim. Lit inch uiriu nw a free samplt.' H mil tt tent Simply MJ "Dr. B. Front Strut, BrUfburt, Oni: trial bonk Dr. CaUwdft Laxative Synf Ftfrin mid 70" name md uddrtM. wJQ IK that the rat is aaenlai B The granted by city council a short time ago to meet the Immediate needs citizens in want Is practically exhausted and Mayor Church said today that he would ask the new 'bobrd of control to recom- mend another for relief pur- poses. It Ms costing the city 16000 a day for relief.. Mayor Church said last night that he would wire Premier Melghen ask- ing for a contribution from the federal government' of help in meeting Toronto's expenses in connec- tion with furnishing relief. COMMITTEE HAS TOO MANY POLITICIANS LONDON, Jan. As- sociated Times today complains that the committee to con- sider Great Britain's future naval con- struction policy consists of one'sailor, Admiral Beatty, and five politicians-- Bonar Law, Winston Churchill, Walter Long, Sir Eric Qeddes and Sir Robert are ministers, three of whom have held high office in the admiralty, the newspaper contends ilhat their practical acquaintance witli naval equipment is limited, ana that they have many other calls upon their time. Sir Percy Scott, asked to give evidence before the committee, is re- ported as saying: "f hate to ba treat- ed as an Incompetent fool, and am not going to muzzle myself by attending the meetings." COMMUNISTS ACTIVE IN JUGO-SLAVIA BELGRADE, Jan. In a clash today communists and tho police nearly 20j of the form- er and a dozen of police were wounded. Many Russians were am- ong the dentonstrants. The mob stoned the police force which was trying to suppress demon- strations in progress in front of the communists' meeting hall. The police drew their bayonets in suppressing the disturbances. several days past by K- tiTities, which were followed by erous arrests, occupation of scam munist headquarters and inppraaslnn of the communist newspaper OTXMSL DEFEATED1 DAYLIGHT VAVIM SUDBUEY, Ont, Jan. electors defeated- daylight jn- terday by a majority of 134. Wlille admitting that the last five Jug-SIavla haa been affected Kl-MDIDS (OMANULni QUICK REUEPt HAM mr xwrr EMULSION M 'i aaa. ,MB CUT BRIER JIT MACDONALD'S "BRIER" has become :H a Canadian institution. Smoked by the men who made history. In the bush, on the trail, in mining camps, prospectors' huts, factory yards, on trains, steamships, in the luxurious homes' and downtown clubs of our Canadian has always been recognized as the smoke. q MACDONALD'S CUT same tobacco but in new every Macdonald tradition since 1358, and gives to tobacco f of the money. ci Tin M> for ;