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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. JANUARY 15.1921 THE TJrrHJfffiTnoE HITCALD PAGV FlEVafN EARL Funding of British Debt Said to Be One of the Big Geddea' Departure Will Delay Negotiations on World's Oil Supply is Another Problem. WASHINGTON, Jan. the absence or Sir Auckland Geddcs, who has been culled to England, ft, Leslie Craigte, first secretary of embassy, will net ambassador. The of Sir Auckland will delay the negotiation between the treasury department ami the government to .the landing of the Drltish debt to the United States In. tc long-time note. T. H. Chambers, the British treasury expert who was to arrive here 'In a few weeks, will delay his departure frank England, It wat learned.' Information -aa to aaWecU which Mr. Lloyd George and Earl Curzou desire to discuss with the bassailor. was withheld by the em- bassy. Beeidu that of funding the debt, one of the moat Important quei- tlons pending Iwtween tho British and United States government! la' that regarding world oil supplies. The United States has protested' energeti- cally against tho British aM French agreement as to development of oil landa in Mesopotamia and elsewhere p.nd, as yet, Great Britain has not replied to the note on the aubject dispatched by Secretary of State Colby. Tariff Tog Prospective tariff legislation by con- gress also is known to be a subject in which Britain and most of her dominions are. vitally Interested: The I llrldsh government IB understood to be disturbed lest the proposed new tiir'ffs operate against Great Britain's trade with the.lhiited States and thus make It moi'e difficult for that coun- try to pay off in goods its debt .to the United States. j'. Tho proposed .United Statei tariff on Canadian It la said, may ho one of. (he subjects be ilisciivsed by (the aralMssador .iCltb. Mr. Lloyd George 'and' Esrl Curzon. Another question now occupyiif the British government is that of the treatment accorded tho property of its citizens in Mexico, especially those holding oil and mineral lands. it is said that tie Sinn Fein propa- ganda in the United States and ita effects may also be among the sub- jects to be reported upon by the ambassador. ROWKLL TO WIOSICUTt LUMBER COMPAttlU TORONTO, 7an. N. W. Rowell, K.C.. has been appointed crown counsel In the action taken by the Ontario government against the Russell Lumber company and the Shevlln-Clarke company, limited. The aults are outcome of disclosures made before the Klddell-Ljstehford timber probe. The two companies, It is alleged, failed to make proper re- turns to the .province in the matter of timber duea. A Clergyman's Wife Wants Women to Know Advan- tages of Internal Bathing If women could only see the thou- sands of letters Dr. Tyrrell haa re- ceived from grateful women iu all parts of the world thanking him for his wonderful invention for Internal Bathing they would soon discard the medicine bottle and look te the real cause of trouble..; IS.per cent of all human His are due to accumu- lated waste, in the Colon, or large lower intestine. Warm crly used-with the J. B. L. Cascade, relieve the cause, of your troubles, and perfect health will follow. A Winnipeg clergyman writes: "Mjr wife Is naturally sensitive having her NAME DELEGATES RJ1WENI1 In Calgary Next Meeting Local Body on February 8th J. W. Bawden, W. J, Kelson and Alex Johnson were'yesterday appoint- ed delegates to the forthcoming con. vention ot the Retail soclation of. Canada, provin- cial board. The will be held In Pafcet Hall, Calgary, nut Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 19 and 20. The executive at Its meeting In the Board of Trade, chamber yesterday also decided to hold the annual meet- ing of Lethbridge Retail Mer- chants' association' February 8, the event to take the form of a bancruel. At this meeting outside speakers will be present to discuss subjects of im- perative moment 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 it will be largely attended. Addresses and dlscuasiona {Will take place on the following subjects; "In- come and Builneas Profit Tax, and How They Affect "Substi- tute for Luxury and Excise "Bankruptcy Act aqd its Relation to the Retail "Accounting Systems for the Retail' "Insurance "for Retail Merchants on Mutual "Legislation Neces- sary for the Betterment of the Retail "Attitude of Wholesale In Celling to Cus- MOTOR PATROLS CHECK CRIME WAVE IN NEW YORK Severs! hundred policemen and dctarttrw, armed with new fcrmr Net York City daily m motor In order to check the crime Detective Walsh, pistol expert of the force, starting on trip. Ex-Kaiser Keeps Six Cooks And Nearly 50 Other Servants I WILL TALK THE UN. KNOWN LANGUAGE O- Has Big Peo- ple Want to Know How He Spends It All DOORN, Holland, Nov. Doom, he appears to be living In high .CRT ARTHUR, Ont, Jan. New York is noted the world over for ita "stunts." Not lone ago a party ot sportsmen attempted to arrange a banquet for the famous race hone, "Man o' but the owner >declin- ed. The latest and probably one of the !'RULE OF CANADA WOULD Ontario's Premier Maintaias Farmers As An Orfaaizatfoa Should Not Go Into Speech Was Made at Meldoa On Friday Night. TORONTO, Jan. leaders of the U. P. O. not entire- ly in agreement with an expressed opinion o( Premier Drury at last night to the effect that the farm- ers' crjssisitiono should not go 'fito politics M organization. He is quoted as saying: "The farmers were practically the only class of cltliens in the country OBJECT them, aiM Gordon Waldroa. lolfcltoi for the O.f.O. The are liarn- by practical eipmtaaec to hold together and withstand thai forces of U'Molutlon or any parliamentary cft- sembly. if to maintain any govern- ment or set of statesmen, the farmed dissolve their organization by admit- ting everybody into it, they would bo back In the same position as before they organised. SHUT OUT JAPANESE AND MARINES OTTAWA, Jan. the resolutions passed hy the convention ,tvio most unique in the hintory of New York's fashionable hotels la to be staged .by Port Arthur raaa, Neil Not counting his marshal, General McDougall. Ton Oontand and other members of his jjr. McDoufall, who Is sportamen's ___immediate suite, approximately fifty representative ot the Canadian Na- in Prussian'state i servants are now employed to keep tional Railway, will deliver a fifteen legislature at Berlin of sums of money up the houee of Doom. This does not minutes address to the members of which the former German Emperor, include- UIB workmen who are still en- the Canadian Camp club at -the Hotel has been permitted to draw from gaged In various repairs about the Astor on February IS, In Indian lang- Qennanv during the past two years, i house and grounds. I uage. Mr. McDougsli is reputed to be toiether with the announcement that; There are 84 charwomen, who are !a fluent saeaier of Indian and his the Dutch government will tax? him kept busy polishing the doors, brass- fame has carried as for an annual Income ol work and otherwise keeping the castle far as tlse Amecjcan metropolis. Refer- tttllders, have caused the bnrglieJM of up to-the standard of old German i ring to the said: "The, Doom to speculate as to what cleanliness demanded by the former New York are 'credited all this money. guilder. Is worth 40 From Germany, the former KsBgeror is. said to have drawn ers, equivalent at present rates I of. ex- .a. Empress Augusta Victoria. They re- with the .cleverest In the ceiye.the equivalent of about-a dollar world, but they will have to go some a'day. Ten of them live In castle. In' William now employs six cooks, who incliuie a chef and an as- change to German marks., rtstant living at the castle and four also the proceeds of the. sale of some women who come In to work by the of his property In the Wilhelmatiasse, said to be marks. 'Besldei all this income, the Prussian jjovern- ment. has contributed :he furnishing of his Doom. William complained ilally embarassed. Now, day. There are also a number of gar- deriers and personal servants. To timtntain this army of servants, to my. address verbatim." THE 'PEG BtfNSPIEL WINNIPEO, Jan. are now under way for Winnipeg's 33rd annual bonepiel, whicn will be held from February 8 to 18. Thla ment. has contributed additionally to whose average wages, the people of vear there will be fifty rinks avail- houae at Doom say, must be something more able for tha pittying ot thirt-en com- peUUonB, with a pri.e list of than a dollar a dav. Wi'Unni In wages alone about a year, upkeep costs him as much more the ho, after formulatiuf their plans, Of master mariners, pllotb and navl- knew what they .wanted and then, gators, which ended tore yesterday, nl was asking that only British sub- I believe, he on, larpi.1 jgct, WBO have franchise shall era organirjitJon should not to Into, allowed This It ia politics as an organisation. That was pointed out. would oat Japanese part of.the original law of the waaai- [W Chinese, Another rwbluUoo ask! aaton. I belteTa.tlio, tarwrs' orsani- changes In iMrcaUt skipping act, for Plhnsott mart ta Canada, is dc m other dirsctieas to rfek Its BrttHh has tor raising the lite or waste its enentti by partlol-1 standard of the-examination for paUng directly In politics.. t InA'tamim aad -lor alsipUflcatloo ol "Tha farmer.'movement Aw given birth to a party that must go on ana grow and live its life, ant under the direct control of Its parent, but ia principle, and to fulnhMat of life which Ita parent fan to it. "The fannars can not aad ought not to tha country, To do so would bt) a sort of tyranny. We am in a minority and we must not attempt to do it, because we are a democratic party." Farnwrs' Answtr Prmldent W. E. R. Biirnaby of the United Farmers of Ontario today, said I he will make, a definite statement next week, but said ha 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. Drury has STOMACH OPj ASTRIKE A "Pape s Ditpepsin" puts Sour, Gassy, Acid Stomachs in order at once! .Wonder .what upeet your stoniaeu portion of the .food did tha don't bother. It sick, I' ,J I wouH to know yba? what mrtly ppaslklo M o; sc, that hewoudmake sort a gtatement you juat It peculiar that sour; have aliwdy Into tplltlca, and I head dlwr. lietea: belch gases dont we how we oonld with; and and erictate 'undiKasted out an organliatlon UWet'or two of .He mid there was no .original Pipe's DtojepsUi to MR neutralize of the was not to acidity ami In you won- go tato polltlca, lint to have derwhat ot Indigestion nothing to do with either of Old and dlitma. political parties. "In the first .place If your stomach doesn't tike care ot it was Intensely ed. The farmers' movement Is hound by the nature of its.Impulse to, organlie. your liberal limit without rebellion: If your food IK a damage jr.stnad ot a remember the quickest, surest, most harmless antaeia is Pape'B Dia- 'for political action, bat nov necessari- pe'psln, which coals so little at drug ly to provide governments or control stores. POPULAR AS I Drew Big Audience at Majegti Lasf ai Sweet as of Yore (By W. A. E. Coeq.) The "Biff, King, Bang" a with the "Dumbells" was in full evi dence at the Majestic theatre on "Fri day night, with a scintillation of wit, dance, and music, which made a high- ly pleasing exhibition of stage fire works The guns which cannonauec volleys of sparkling entertainment iwere-admirably manned by the boys iiy ID uabuiaiij OCIIJUVITC no. SUB i name appear in public print, yet I, and were replied to by volleys of anxious that others should know what. laughter and encores from the audl- the J. B. L. Cascade has done for her. lorfum of the theatre. There were many nuw features In the performance, and the innovations It has really given her a new lease of life. For years she had beeu doctor- ing forj Constipation, which became each year. Since using the J. }3. L. Cascade, first about four yeprs has not been sick a day, arm haa become robust and. strong again. Should any person wish this letter confirmed, you are at liberty to give my name Iu The J. B. L. Cascade IB shown and explained at the Red Cross Drug and Book Co., Lethbridge. The J. 13. L. Cascade Is aiv invention perfected by A. Tyrrell of. New York, and lias dene more during (he past few years to restore health and lessen dis- ease than all. Other, means combined... Ask lor booklet explaining all about Internal Bathing, what It has done for others. It ia free, or write to Tyrrell's Hygienic Institute, 163 Col-; legist., Toronto. were all of that crisp and takiu variety which has given the "Dum- bells" the popularity they enjoy. With the experience of former shows of the company In the city, the theatre was well packed, and there was noth- ing of disappointment iu what the boys rendered. In fact the perform- ance was one better than the last one. The old favorites were al! there: with her winsome and at- tractive .ways; Albert Plunkett, with hla song, "Where Do Fltei which brought down the house; Red New- man, lings; HOW TO SELL SOAP Up until four years ago there was a certain soap that was known around the world. It had been the most persistently advertised article offered In the 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 Tears It has been one ot ihe best-ad- vertised products in the world. Then the directors decided that because the factory waa selling to capacity, adver- tising could be discontinued as a use less In less than one year from that time the business ot the iirm dropped 35 per cent, on volume. That soap Is again being advertised ami we understand it was necessary to spend in extra publicity, over prevlou.1 appropriations to get back to normal. This flrm was not a "flier in adver- tising." Its product had been used for generations and was known In the homes of tho world hut it cost its makers to learn that ad- vertising was aa necessary to it as the row products that enter Into Its mak- ing. The history of merchandising is lilted with stories like this, but only rlth his taste for apple dump- Jimmy Goode, with his "More and ail the oth- ers. Including the wounded Highlander with his quivering moustache. Every- one: helped vo make things, hum on the stage to the intense delight of the big audience. The bathing girls made a big sensation, and "A Little Scotch" had a variety of kicks in it. The efforts of the "DumboII" hoys do not appear to stalo in the least degree. There 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 merchaut mar- ine freighter Canadian In ventor, which is to inaugurate the new government service to India, is expected ti> clear for Calcutta early in the new year. A cargo of craosoted railway ties ia be- ing taken on and the vessel is expect- ed to carry a record cargo. ARTICLE X CANT STAND PARIS, Jan. election of a representative assembly by the peo- ples of all member countries of the League ot Nations as an additional body In the league and the idea of ciOBOr organization of the European peoples and states ia urged in re- solutions adopted today by tho Lea- gue for organiiatlon of the League of Nations. In reaching Its conclu- sions, the league accepted as a pro- mise tha Idea that Article 10 of the Rheumatic Pains Raising a Rumpus; Have Sloan's Liniment Ready Far Sudden Rheumatic Twinges D; ONT let that rteamaUe pain or ache find you without Liniment again. it'handy In the medicine cabinet for Immediate action whbn needed. If you but of it now, get another bottle today, so you won't suffer any. longer than re- ceasary when a pain or ache attacks von. Apply It without It prompt relief from sciatica, lumbago, neuralgia, back- ache, lameness, soreness, sprains, strains, bruises. Be easy to use. Qontard, Captain Von the "court physician" and secretaries, who must cost the ex-emperor about 000 more. During his eighteen months stay at the-'Bentlnck castle, at A'merongen, William lived at the rate ot about dally. In his own estate, he ts believ- ed to be spending much more. In addition to buying the House of has this year spent approx- imately on a little hospital whlca; he presented Ib the Tillage of DEFERS DETROIT, Jan. board of directors of the Packard Motor Car Company decided yesterday to -defer payment of dividends on common stock which in usual course ol business would have been payable Feb- ruary 1. .P. R. Austin, secretary of the company this announce- ment. in a statement Mr. Austin Said that although the company's accum- All 70c, The ulated- surplus and.Us cash position largest size contains aix times as iwould Justify declaration of dividends much us the smallest. 'Made In Can in normal times deferment bad been ada. {.decided, upon because jof-general dis- turbed business conditions. Sloans Liniment fewihave found it possible to win i League of Nations covenant cannot feck Uvowa away. uUud u wrUUu, TOBEDYSPfPnc Is To BeJMiserable The poor dyspeptic suffers untold agony after every meal, and any ons who has dyspepsia knows what Joy it would give to eat three square meals a day and not be punished for tt af. I ter. Nearly everything that enters I the weak stomach acts as an irritant, i and even the little that is eaten causes such torture and is digested. so imperfectly that it does little good. Before you can heartily, and not pick and choose your food, you must put your stomach into such a condition that it will manufacture Itp own digestive ferments. For over forty years Burdock Blood Bitters has been toning up and re- storing weak stomachs to a normaH healthy condition so that the food I no longer causes distress, hut ts 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, Fesserton, 3nt., have been a great sufferer from Indigestion and dyspep- sia for several I could not eat anything without almost dying from the tho pit of my stom- ach. Seeing IBufdock Illoocl Bitters highly recommended I tried a bottle, and can gladly Bar It relieved me. I can cat anything now, and am In perfect health." B. B. B. Is manufactured only by SOIL PRODUCTION EXPOSITION have been com Dieted-for the Manitoba Soil Products' exhibition and the Manitoba Farm congress which will ibe'hela here on January 18, 19. 20 and 21. Four organizations, the Manitoba I.Bee Keepers, the Canadian Seed Grow- I era, the. and 'Foreatry association wid the Agricul- tural societies, wilt aeet in annual 'convention at the congress. MAY LEAD ULSTER Sir John flnrinlal secretary to the British Admiralty and Unionist for West Dovtr, nay he Ulster's The T. Mllhurn Co, Limited, Toronto prime minister wkw North of parliament U established. My Nerves Were So Bad at Times that I Could Not Keep Bade the Tears W FHEN the nerves collapse there is such a feeling of utter helplessness that strong men, as well aa 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 haa meant enormous strain on the nervous system. The fear, the worry, the anxiety have wasted nerve force at such an enor- mous rate that persons of nervous temper- ament have been unable to stand the result is nervous collapse. Recovery must necessarily be glowj aad the average doctor, accustomed as to treating symptoms only, finds difficulty in bringing about restoration, and often fails to realize the helpless and discour- aged -condition of patient. Because .Dr. dust's Nerve Food sup- plies m condensed and wgily assimilated form the vital substances Nature' rebuilds the 'starved and wasted nerve cells it stands out to-day M the greatest of nerve A careful mdfarfr of this ttttflr wffl give you an idea ol just what you may ex- pect from the use of this treatment, be- cause it describes an average 8. Sharp, Midland, "About tinvtn yum ago I had a acrlous vous breakdown, and was ao bad at that I could .not keap back the tears. I alsc had a, queer feeling In the back of my head; somc- tlmea. it .roomed to be coinr backwards, I could not .do any aewlngr, and finally could do no .work at all. I tried other and tcin., but they only amv. temporary Lut, (all I commenced uslnf Dr. ChaM'f food, and had not taken many I rnund I jetting better. I kept OB i them, and at present areatly am hotf Is. dn my work, and tl aw ''splmAidly. I CM hlsihh Dr. Mtrre Pood for troitolo of air kind." it to make Dr. Nerve Food in your own ewe. If to lee tha portrait and M.D., on tha box you rore that you are get- ttet a box, for or Edraanson, Bates Co, ;