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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAlLf HERALD WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1921 THE END OF THE RACE BY THORNTOSPIV. BURGESS Who runs a race his very lust To kindly rate must leave the rest. Babbit. is quite right. And it is just true of everybody else as of Peter. Ho manor taw bad things seem, and pemibly are, there is always thine to be thankful lor if you only look tor it. All the litUe people of tha j Oreen Forest at tint Meadows I know thM. li why no matter That they meet or what hard times the? hare they are so aappy aftlm and appear to forget ttf-Aspirin." Unless you see the name oa package or on tablets you not getting Aspirin at all. In every .ynr package are directions for Headache, Neuralgia, Rheuma- tism, Earache, Toothache. Lumbago 2nd for Pain. Handy tin boxen of twelve tablets cost few cents. Drug- gists alas sell larger packages. Made iii Canada. Aspirin is the trade mark (registered in of Bayer Man. ofacinre ot Monoaceticacideater of Salicrlicacld. Transport Flying Red Flag and Carrying Troops is Tor- pedoed INDIGESTION GOES, GONE! "Pape's Diapepsin" at on'ce fixes Your Sour, Gassy, Acid Stomach Stomach acidity causei indigestion! Food souring, gas, diatresn! Wonder upeet your stomach? Well, don't bother! The moment yon a tablet or two of Pape's Diapepaln all the lumps of indigestion pain, tlw sourness, heartburn and belching of gases, due to acidity, wonderful! Millions of pepole know that It is needless to be bothered .with indiges- tion, dyspepsia or a disordered stom- ach. A few tablet! of Tape's Diapep- neutralise acidity and give relief at waiting! Buy a boj of Pape's Diopepsin now! Bon't stav mtaerable! Try to regulate your stomach so you can eat favorite food's! without cauntng distress. The cost is little. The BO great. CONSTANTINOPLE, Jan. French destroyers have sunk a trans- port flying the red flag and carrying soviet troops, presumably in Trebi rond, 1t is stated in a dispatch receiv- ed here. The encounter occurred 10 miles west of Novorossysk, the French warships attacking the transport de- spite tho fact that it was escorted by a soviet flotilla-. When the French destroyers came within range the transport opened (ire, but its guns were quickly silenced by shells from the warships. The transport was then torpedoed by the French destroyer Sakalave. The sinking vessel was steered to- ward-the coast and run aground, a part of the crew escaping by swim- ming. The French suffered no casu- iltieo. FIRE ON FRENCH SHIP HALIFAX, Jan. broke out this morning in the coal bunkers of the French cable ship Edouard Jer- mac, at' the French Cable company's pier at Dartmouth, and at noon wag still Burning. Water and steam are be- inc poured in through batter.eil hatch- es and the Are was said to bo well nuder control. Want TO EVERY WOMAN? IlcrtM'Vt U. ,vu to latest is to of Labor iu Hurdiug'a cabinet. Thirty-Four Million From Reserve Incrccset WASHINGTON', Jan. 1'nlt- ed States receive.! In Kold from Canada during the year just closed, while the gold eiports of went to Canada, according to announcement made today by the federal reserve board. This state- ment shows a net gain in toa United States stock of gold of during 1920. as against a net loss for 1919 of Gold imports for 1920 totalled as against J76.300.000 for 1919, while gold eiports aggregated as against eiporterl In 1919. Silver imports for .the year totalled 188.100.000 aa against in 1919 while eiports of silver for 1920 amounted to M against in 1919. Of the total gold for the year J274.SOO.OOO or orer sixty-four per cent, canve from Great Britain which the board said Included 500.000 in gold, formerly held by the Bank of Bngland for the account of the Federal Reserve banks and re- turned late in ths year to the United States. Other large shipments in addition to J34.300.000 from Canada, were from France, and from Hongkong. Nearly siity per cent, of the total gold ei- ports for the year were consigned to Asiatic countriep and thirty per cent of the total, or flOl.SDO.OOO to Japan alone. ARE EFFICIENT This is Claim Minister of Lab- Over, Conditions HAMILTON, Ont.. Jan. optimistic note was sounded by Hon. Gideon Robertson, minister of labor, in -addressing members of the Ham- ilton Association of Canadian Build- ing and Construction Industries last night on industrial conditions In Can- ada. Semitor Robertson urged a spirit forebearanee on the part of employers toward labor, while labor's attitude, during the war might have been un- reasonable in a few instances, he said there was no reason why employers should retaliate now that conditions appeared to them the advantage "Much 'more can be done with a little sugar and a square deal than can be done with vinegar and dicta- he said, adding that the efflc lency ot Canadian workmen during the last five years had not decreased to the extent it was popularly ed It had. Of questionnaires sent to Canadian employers it was found that only 37 per cent, reported de- creased efficiency while the remain der noted no change. Foreign and un- trained labor was largely responsible for the measure of decreased efficiency that was reported, he thought. Since dcmobilizHtlon of the Canadian mili- tary forces, however, efficiency had in- creased until today little fault could be found with the production of labor. Referring to the advantages of technical education the minister said that ten thousand men and women workers were attending such institu- tions throughout Canada after they fin- ished their regular work. lie con- cluded by making a plea for industrial confidence and mutual understanding between employer and employee. ADVANCES MADE TO RAILWAYS IN U. S. WASHINGTON, Jan. aggregating more than were made to the United States rail- roads last yefl'r from the revolving fund provided in the trans- portation act, it was announced today by the Inter-State Commerce Com- mission. Loans aggregating 594 may be made on pending applica- tions, the commission said. Of tbe advances-last year 750 was to meet indebtedness; for the purchase of ne-w equip- ment, for betterment to way structures and for freight train equipment. O'CALLAGHAN MAY FIGHT NEW YORK, Jan. legal right of the state department to issue an enter of deportation for Lord Mayor O'Callaghan of Cork, requested today by Acting Secretary of State Davis, will be contested in the courts if necessary, counsel for the lord mayor announced here today. Old Country Football Scores Jan. As- sociated of English cup first round tied games today re- sulted as follows Chelsea 2; Reading 2. Blackpool 2; Darlington 1. Newcastle 2; Notts Forest 0. Liverpool 2; Manchester United 1. Southampton 2; Northampton 1. What come5 "ON6E TO EVERY WOMAN? la it Clandestine Love? Georgt Lucu, Ontario In- spector for West Lambton. who died rery suddenly while riding in the ca- boose ot a Fere Marque-no freight train. ALBERT, ARRESTED Child Had Been Placed in Con- vent by Father, Following Divorce' PRINCE ALBERT, Jan. kidnapping yeaterday of Joy Espe, a 10-year-old pupil at the Academy of Zion Convent here, while she wai walking on 15th Street west with oth- er children of the convent created considerable excitement. The child was eventually recovered by the po- lice at MacDowall, Kidnap- pers were waiting for the evening train for the sooth. The chil-l is the daughter of O. J. Espe, a railway offi- cial of Onawa, Iowa, who was placed in the convent by the father after he had obtained a divorce from bii wife, who he claim! deserted him and was discovered living with her mother H. Russell, near Kinlstiuo. They had the child with them, and Espe claim- ed thej' had been looking for the child for a year before they located her. The child was taken from the mother and grandmother and placed in the con- vent. Yesterday afternoon -Mrs. Espe and Mrs. Russell snatched up the child on the street, rushed her Into a wait- ing taxicab and made off. In the strug- gle the sister from the convent who was in charge of the children had part of her garb torn off. CANADA CONCLUDES NEW FRENCH TRADE TREATY OTTAWA, Jan. Press.) has concluded a new trade agreement with France. The agree- ment provides for the minimum tariff of Canada to .be given in exchange for the minimum French tariff on near- ly the whole lisi of commodities con- cluded in the of 1907-09, with a considerably extended list ol articles not included in that conven- tion, and for a died percentage tariff on certain other articles some of which were Included in the preceding convention at minimum rates, and others not included In that conven- tion. EDMONTON MINISTER GOING TO THE COAST EDMONTON, Jan. E. 0 'McGoughan of Knoi church, will bid farewell to his congregation here January 23 and leave for his new charge, Chalmers church, Vancouver, a few days later. He Is taking less salary in his new church, he declares, and In giving an explanation of hi: desire to go to the coast says "I want to do what I can as a con- tributor to the moral campaign at the coast. It is my hope that I may help a fittle to eitend the dry area in the west till it reaches not only from the Great Lakes to the mountains, but from the lakes to tho Paclflc. The situation at the coast seems to he ur- gent and I feel it my duty to accept the call." MARQUARD HAS OPERATION BALTIMORE, Jan. Marquard, pitcher of the' Cincinnati Nationals, had his adenoid! and ton- sils removed yesterday at a local hos- pital. He probably will leave the hos- pital today. Vice-Principal of McGill Dr. V. IJ. Adams, Dean of the Fac- ulty of Applied Science of Mcfllll, who has boon anpolhtftd to succeed Dr. C. 3. Meyao who bat retired. Kinf Alfonso Plans to Develop Many Pleasure Resorts Along Spanish Coast IONDON, Dec. King Alfonso of Spain his Queen, formerly princess Ena of BatteiiborR, England, were the objects of much at. tentioit and popular favor during their two weeks' etay in London, just ended. Alfonso's beaming smile became as famous as hie big blue car, and his consort's magnificent gowns and furs were the envy of crowds of women who daily besieged the hotel on Pic- cadilly where the royal couple stayed. Their second Prince Jaime, is remaining in England for a time to continue a treatment for his ear trouble which is understood to be well on the way to a permanent cure. Besides being very largely-enter- tained by thsir cousins of Bngland, the Spanish royalties attended a great many private society functions, whlcli both appeared to enjoy. Alfonso took er.r'e to take a few private dancing lessons to keep up with the latest stepn. Their purchases made here are said to be enormous. Alfonso bought two automobiles and the Queen (our hunters, besides a great quantity of toys and miscel- laneous articles for the royal nursery in Madrid. The Spanish king li very anxious to bring tbe English polo teams that will meet American next summer to Madrid for practice this winter. It may be recalled that Lord Wimborne's team apent some time in Spain before going to America in .1914 for the cup matches. He is also Intent upon developing many beautiful spots on the Spanish coast as pleasure resorts. "I don't gee why the Riviera should not be he is reported to have said. One of the Incidents told hero of the royal couple is that the Queen recently asked her husband If he thought the fashionable evening gowns designed for youthful silhouet- tes wero in keeping with her age and her dignity as mother of six children. "I said Alfonso.- "that the matter is worthy of reflection." A few days later a large case was de- livered, addressed to the Queen. 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