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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY 15.1921 THE MtTHRRman: PACK LLOYD GEORGE AND EARL Funding of Britith Debt Said to Be One of the Geddes' Departure Will Delay Negotiations on World's Oil Supply ii Another Problem. WASHINGTON, Jan. ROWtLl, TO MIOMCUTt LUMBER CO TORONTO, 7in. si. W. Rou-eil, K.C., has been appointed crown couuiel In the action taken by the Ontario government against the Russell Lumber company and the Bhevlln-Clarke company, limited. The suits are thft outcome ot disclosures made before the Klddeil.Latehtord tho absence or Sir Auckland GeddM, timber probe. The two companies It who hail been celled to Bui-land. R. i is alleged, failed to make proper re- Loslie Cralitle, first secretary of the turns to the la the matter embassy, wll! act as ambassador. ot timber duea, The. departure of Sir Auckland will delay the., negotiations between the treasury department and the BritiDli government ai to .the landing of the Eritlth debt to the United States In- to long-time note. T. H. Chambers, the British treasury expert who was to arrive here 'In a few weeks, will delay his .departure from England, It waft learned.' Information'.. as. to the subjects which Mr. Lloyd George and Earl Curzon desire to dificuss with the amr liassador. withheld by tha em- that of funding till debt, one of the moat Important ques- tions pending between the British and United Slatss U that regarding world oil supplies. The United States has protested: energeti- cally1 against the British and French agreement as to development of oil lands In Mesopotamia and elsewhere and, as ret, Great Britain has not [DELEGATES RIOONYENTION In Calgary Next Meeting Local Body on February 8th J. W. Bawden, W. J, Nelson and Alex Johnson were yesterday appoint- ed delegates to the forthcoming con yention ot the Jletall eoclattpn of Alberta provin- cial board. Thi conveiUon win be held in Paget Hall, Calgary, next L, vi i cat ui 110411 HAD the note OB the subject I Wednesday and Thursday, Jan, 19 and replied to dispatched .by Secretary of Colby. Tariff Too Prospective tariff legislation by con- gress also Is known to he a subject In which Britain aod most of her dominions are vitally The Brliish government Is understood to ba disturbed lest the proposed uew tar'fls operate against Great Britain's trade with tb.e.Tj-iitecl States and thua make it more difficult for that try to pay off in goods Its debt to j the United States. The proposed United States tariff un Canadian wheat. It is said, may i In' of tho subjoctt Which max be (liseuvsed Ambassador Mr. Lloyd Earl Curzoii. Another question now occupyltc Hie British government Is that of tie treatment accorded tho property ot its citizens in Mexico, especially those holding oil and mineral lands. It is said that the Sinn Fein propa- ganda in tha United States and its effects may also be among the sub- jects to bo reported upou by the ambassador. State i 20. The execntlre at Its meeting in the Board ot Trade, chamber yesterday also decided to hold the annual meet- ing ot tho Lethbrldge Recall Mer- chants' association February 8, the event to take the form of a banquet. At this meeting outside speakers will be present to discuss subjects ot im- perative to the retailer. The Calgary meeting next week is the first annual.conference of the Al- berta provincial board .and It is ex- pected that. H-will be largely attended. Addresses and discouions ,wUl take place on the'.following subjscts: "In- come Tac and Business Profit Tax, and How They Affect "Substi- tute for Luxury and Excise "Bankruptcy Act aod its Relation to the Retail "Accounting Systems tor the Retail "Insurance Im kept busy polishing the floors, brass- fame has appuruntly.'been carried as work and otherwise keeping the castle far as the American metropolis, Reter- for an annual Income of raiders, have caused the bprgtteni of up to the standard of old German i ring to the event, "Neil" said: "The Doorn to speculate as to what fee cleanliness demanded by the former New York newspapers are credited with nil this money. .a guilder, is worth 40 centt) Houses tomers." In Selling Direct to Cns- From Germany, the former, ttniirQr a' day. .Ten. of-them live In thjt castle, said to have drawn William now employs six ers, equivalent at present rates'of. ex- woks, who Include a chef and an as- change to German marks, slstant living at the castle and tour also the proceeds of the. sale of some women who come in to work by the of his property In the WUhelmstiasse, day. There are also a number of gar. said to be marks. 'Besides deners and personal servants. all this Income, the Prussian ijoy.eni-1 To- maintain this army of servants, Empress Augusta Victoria. They re- with cleverest In the ceive the equivalent of about-a dollar world, but they will have to go some to 'cover1 my address verbatim." THE 'CEO BrfNSPIEU ment. has contributed additionally the furnishing ef his new house Doom. to whose average wages, the people of year at Doorn say, must thau a dollar a d WINNIPEG, Jan., are now under way for Winnipeg's 33rd annual bonspiel, which will be held from February .8 to 18. This there will be flfty rinks avail- For a long time William complained be something more able for tha piaying 0( thirteen cora- av, nayi In j petitions, with a prize list of wagos alone about a year. Ontario's Premier Maiatabu Farmers As An OrfaalzaMoa Should Not Go Into Speech Was Made at Meldon On Friday Night TORONTO, Jan. leaders ot the U. F. O. are not entire- ly In agreement with an expreased opinion ol Premier Drury at Milton last night to the elect that the farm- ers' orgapUftlions should not go into u an organization. He is quoted as saying: "The farmers were practically the only class of citizens in the country them, MM Gordon Waldroa. solicitor for the O.f.0. The ti learn- tat by practical experience to hold toother and I ha forces ol dissolution or any parliamentary at oemkly. If to maintain any govern- ment or set of the tarmert dissolve their organization by admit ting everybody into it, they would be back In the same position as before1 they organised. SHUT OUT JAPANESE AND CHINESE MARINES OTTAWA, Jan. the resolutions passed by the convention who, after formulating their plans, ot muster mariners, pilots and navl- knew what they wanted and then gators, which ended here yesterday, went Into politics. "I he west on, "tlw farm- asking that only British sub- jects who .have the frwchin shall ers organisation should cot co Into, be allowed cartlneaW This it is politics as an orjanlxaUon. That was .pplntad would stat wit Japanese part of the ordinal law ot.tte ortani- Another r-olution ask: tat on. I believe, the, f.rawr.' onmni- chrnaes in the tturchaat skipping act, aation has altogether toe ffrert a wprfc for a-Plhnsott nark tn to do m other directions to Brllaia aas, for raising the life or waste its energies by partiel-1 standard of examination for n A. land maiUrs aid lor simplification ol "The farmers' movement given (he elauUkaikn birth to a party that must go on and grow and live its life, aot under the direct control ot its parent, but ia principles and la fulfilment ot life which Hs parent It. "Tie farmers can aot and ouzkt not to ruin tha country To do so would be a sort of tyranny. We are in a minority and we must not attempt to do it, .because we are a democratic party." Farmers' Answer President W. E. R, Burnaby ol the United Farmers of Ontario tod v- he will make a definite statement nest week, but said Tie did not' know what to think, when confronted with', Mr.' Drury's statement. President A. A, Powers of the Farm- ers' Co-operative Society, said: is; possible Mr. Druiy has been STOMACH ON A STRIKE "Pape s Diipepsm" puts Sour, Gassy, Add Stomachs in order at once! Wonder .what upset your stomach wf t u mlsquoUd, I would wliich of food did tho know dtnagev-dB you! don't bother. v- what he said; possible K is to ttrMiiliV n i ...Ah alrdrgon. imo and i 'nt taasy and what you just aM has andr, tamed sour; dont see how we could sttceted with; and and eriictata. 'uhdlgastod out an organliatlon ott tablet -m two ot .He said there was ao .original law rape's Ulapepvln to hala neutralize ot the tSiit.lt was not to acidity an4 In five mlBUttt you won- go Into polltlSi.'but Uiey th derwhit became of .indigestion nothing to do with either of the 61d and dlstras i- political parties. "In the flrst .place it your tike caro It was Intensely ed. The farmers' movement Is bound by the nature of Us Impulse to. organise tor political action, but not necessari' he your liberal limit vrfthoul reballlo if your food is a damage instead ly to provide governments or control stores. a help; remember the .quickest, surest, most harmless antacid la Pape's Dltt- pe'psln, which coats so little at drug POPIW AS EVER Drew Big Audience at Majestic Lasty u Sweet as of Yore HOW TO SELL SOAP Up until four years ago there WM a certain soap that was Icnowu arounrt the world. It had been the most persistently advertised article offered in ths markets of the world during the previous hundred years From the day this soap was first put on the market in 1812 It was adver- tised In a small way, but persistently and continuously. For the last 50 years It has been one of the best-ad- Tertised products In the world. Then the directors decided that because the factory wia selling to capacity, adver- tising could be discontinued as a use less expense, In less than one year from that time the business of the flrm dropped 36 per cent, on volume. That soap Is wain being advertised find we understand it was necessary to spend in extra publicity, over appropriations to get hack to normal. This firm was not a "filer in adver- tising." Its product had been used for genonitlona and was known In the homes of. tlic world but It cost its makers to learn that ad- vertising was as necessary to It as the mw products that enter Into Its mak- ing. The history of merchandising Is tilled with stories llxo this, hut only tewAave found It possible to win I League of Nations covenant tack trade foolishly thrown away. as vrUUu, (By -W. A. H. COCQ.) The "Bill, Blnr, Bang" associated with the "Dumbells" was In full evi dence at the Majestic .theatre on Frl day night, with a scintillation of wit dance, and music, which made-a high ly pleasing exhibition of stage fire- works The guns which cannonadot volleys of sparkling entertainment .were admirably manned by the boys and were replied to by volleys 0! laughter and encores from, the audi- torium oC the There were many new features in the performance, and the innovations were1 all of that crisp and taking variety which has given the "Dura bells" the popularity they enjoy. With the experience of former shows ol the company In the city, the theatre was well -packed, and -there was noth- ing of disappointment in what the boys rendered. In fact the perform ance was one better than the last one. The old favorites were all there: with her winsome and at- tractive .ways; Albert PIunkBtt, with his song, "Where Dp Files which brought down the house; Red New- man, his taste for apple dump- lings; Jimmy Goode, with his "More and all the oth- ers, including the wounded Highlander with his quivering moustache. Elvery- to 'make things, hum oc the stage to tho intense delight of the big audience. Tho bathing girls mado a big sensation, and "A Little Scotch1 had a variety of kicks in it. The efforts of the "Dumbell" boys do not appear to stale in the least degree. Tliere is the same old vital- ity in it, with that artistic flavor which punctuates a real good show. The boys will be on duty at the Ma- jestic again tonight. TAKES TIES TO INDIA VANCOUVER, Jan. big Canadian government merchant mar- ine freighter Canadian Inventor, which is to Inaugurate the new government service to India, is expected tu clear for Calcutta early in the new year. A cargo of ties Is be- ing taken on and the vessel Is expect- ed to carry a record cargo. ARTICLE X CAN'T STAND PARIS, Jan. election of a representative assembly by peo- ples of all member countries of the League of Nations aa an additional body In the league and the Idea of closer organization of the European panplos and states Is urged In re- solutions adopted today by the Lea- gue for organization of the league of Nations. In reaching Its conclu- sions, the league accepted as a pro- mise the Idea that Article 10 of the cannot of being financially embaraased" Now. upkeep costs him as much more however, accordlag to the people of. jh'a Aoes. not the b'Bh r. GeTiernl von Gontard, Captain Von the "court physician" and secretaries, who must cost the ex-emperor about 000 more. f During his eighteen months stay at the- Bentinck castle, at A'merongen, William lived, at the rate of abont ?S25 dally. .In his own estate, he Is belley. ed to be spending much more. In addition to buying toe Honse of has this .year'spent approx- imately on a little hospital Rheumatic Pains Raising a Rumpus; Have Sloan's Liniment Ready Far Sudden Rheumatic Twinges D QN'T tat that rhwtmatte naln or ache find you without Sloan's Liniment again. Keep' It handy In the medicine cabinet for immediate action whbn needed. If you .are out of it aow, get another battle today, so you won't suffer any. longer than ne- cessary when a puiu or ache attacks von. hich; lie -presented to the village of AnHrongen. DEFERS .QtyiOENDS DETROIT, Jan. board of directors of the Packard 'Motor Car Company decided yesterday to defer payment of dividends on common Apply it without it jstock which in usual course of prompt relief from business would have been'payable Fel> sclation, lumbago, neuralgia, back- ache, lameness, soreness, sprains, strains, bruises. Ba easy to use. v 70c, J1.40. The largest size contains six times as much as the smaltest, 'Made In Can niary 1. F. n. Austin, secretary of the company this announce- ment. In o statement Mr. Austin said uda. Liniment that although the company's accum uiated surplus and'. Its bash position .would justify declaration of dividends in ..normal' times deferment bad been upon because ;of general dis- turbed business conditions. TO BE DYSPfPTIC Is To Be Miserable The poor dyspeptic suffers untold agony after every meal, and any one who has dyspepsia knows what Joy it would give to eat three square meals a day and not be punished for it af- ar. Nearly everything that enters the weak stomach acts as an irritant, and even the little that is eaten causes such torture and Is digested, so imperfectly that U does little good. Before you can eat. -heartily, and not pick and chooso your food, you must put your stomach into such a condition that It will manufacture Up own digestive ferments. For over forty years Burdock Blood Bitters has been toning un and re- storing weak stomachs to a normaKi tealthy condition ao that the food! no longer causes distress, but Is thor- oughly digested and assimilated, and enables one to partake of all the wholesome food required without ear of any unpleasant after effects. Mrs. Alice Becknorth, Fessorton, Ont., have been a great ufferor from Indigestion and dynpen- ia fc SRvaral years. I could not at anythlns without almost dying from the pain.In tho pit of my stom- ach. Seeing Dufdock Blood nittern highly recommended I tried a bottle, end can gladly say It relieved me. I <-an cat anything now. and am In perfect health." B. D. is manufactured only by SOIL PRODUCTION EXPOSITION averiwen completed-for the Manitoba Soil Products' ambition and the Manitoba Farm congress which will ibia'held hire on January ig, JO and SI. Four organizations, the Manitoba :BSe Keepers, the Canadian Seed Grow- ers, .the. Manitoba and Forestry association, and the Agricul- tural societies, will meet In annual convention at the -congress. MAY LEAD ULSTER The T. Mllliurn (Jo., Limited, Toronto Sir John Crnle, finaimla! secretary to the British Admiralty and Unionist for West Dover, may be Ulster' prime minister Ireland parliament la North of My Nerves Were So Bad at I Could Not Keep W Times that I HEN the nerves collapse there is such a feeling of utter helplessness that strong men, aa well as women, cannot do otherwise than weep. The average physician is sadly at a loss when consulted by a nervous patient, and we have from such an eminent authority .as Dr. Richard Cabot the statement that half the ordinary practitioners' work is with derangements of the nerves. Think of the headaches, backaches, neuralgic and sciatic pains, the sleepless- ness, indigestion and tired, depressed feel- ings that give the doctors their business, and you will realize the truth of this state- ment of Dr. Cabot. The conditions under which people have lived during the last few years has meant enormous strain on the nervous 'system. The fear, the worry, the anxiety have wasted nerve force at auch an enor- mous rate that persons of nervous temper- ament have been unable to stand result is nervous collapse. Recovery must necessarily be alow; and the average doctor, accustomed as he U to treating symptoms only, finds difficulty in brtngirip; about restoration, and often fails to realize the helpless and discour- aged condition of patient. Because Dr. Chase's Nerve Foodaop- plfes in condensed and "easily assimilated form the vital substances with Nature' rebuilds the' starved and wasted nerve cells it. etands out to-day M the greatest of nerve'relrtowtivei, A careful of this fetttr wffl give you an idea of just what you may ex- pect from the use of this treatment, be- cause it describes an average case: Mra. S. Sharp, Midland, Ont, "About tlevtn years ago X had a Mrlous ner- vous breakdown, ana was so had at times, that I could .not keep back the tears. I also had queer fueling- in the back of my head; some- times- it seemed to ha coin; backwards. I could not .do any aewlng, and finally could do no ,Work at all. I tried other remedies and doctors' med- icine, but they only me temporary nlftt. Last, (all I oommencid uslnc Dr. Cham's Feed, and. had not Uken very many until I (Mud .f W.M getting better. I kept on tiklw urn at present greatly I do my work, and X can Nervs Food fur Minou step in to make the teet4f Dr. Nerve Food in your own CAM. If you aw (ireful to see the portrait and signatOrt Chase, M.D., on the box you 1w sure that you are i ting 60c a box, 6 for all duWra, or Edmanson, ;