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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE BIGHT THE OATT.V ITORAU) TUESDAY. JANUARY SMALL DEFICIT IN U.F.A. aUtunis From Big prive For Members Will More Than Ctver it MR. RICHARDSON UNDECIDED CALGARY. L. Rlch.irdton It still undecided at to whether he will accent the port ottered him with the Western Canada Colonization association. Mr. Richardion today that he will be bury with the winter car- nival all thli week, and will have no time t6 fllve the matter his at- tention until the end of the week. He aayc he Is greatly attracted by opportunities offered {to serve Western Canada. SOIHGISMATITCE! (From Oar Own Correspondent) EDMONTON, Alta., Jan. cost J45.60S.52 to run the business of tho TTuited Farmsrs or Alberta last your. The revenue for tho year was S4J.SO, leaving deficit tor tho year at but this is well covered by iho funds derived from the bU{ drive In progress, which is expected IP bring in a total of of this two- thirds irill so to the central commit- tee. Tho report was adopted. The V. F. A. relief fund last reached of which was snftit in Southern Alberta. Tbe report of the U. K A. drive fir.anci'i; up to the and of 1020 S50.063. with a total cost of collection of J14.214. All financial statements -.vere adopted as read. Criticism of the central TT. F. A. in connection with the drive, precipitated a debate during consideration of the special drive fin- ancial report and the last has not been heard of the nutter though the report adopted. Delegate Herbert ob- jected to the cost of collec- tion of. JSO.OOO liuriiitr the drive was He thought this too much Another delegate said it was wasted innney. as the drive being Veld in the fall before the majority of the dues were payable on January 1st resulted in .canvassers calling on old members who would have paid any- Another delegate wanted to '.alow how many; new members the drive had brought into the organizu- lion but. secretary Higinbotham could not give' the saying the drive organization would not know the de- tails for some time. Oreen- lield interrupted that the whole niat- ter would come on a resolution, and She result was tho adoption of the il :ive report. Canteen Profits To Be Brought Up At Coining Session OTTAWA. Jan. question of! tho canteen profits resulting 1'rum the .operation of army canteens during tho war will be brousht before ihe' coming session of parliament as i result of a statement from thf) trus-. j of the United Service Fund that j 'they were reserving lap-, ureximately to meet i claims from tho dominions. Some! has already boon distri-i bated among imperial war veterans: i and a .new committee has been re'-; created to look after men still ml service. j The will ask the govern- ment to take action to secure the share of the Canadian expeditionary forces. FRENCH CANADIANS LOYAL TO CROWN Photo allows newnpaiwr correspond- ents Stirling out from their log cablu at Muttico to meet the American bal- i loonists; below, twelve-year-old liam Gohlring, who carried one of the letters announcing the safe arriVal of the at. Moose Factory FEARED TROUBLE FROM VICTORIA UNEMPLOYED VICTORIA.. Jan. of dis- orders spread the city ball this nomine, when about sixty of the un- employed men marched into tho city council chamber and demanded that Mayor Porter appear and hear their pleas for work. After the mayor had conferred with representatives of the meeting privately and explained that all jobless men could have work under the city's wood cutting scheme, the Bothering disperses though little aat- isilcd by the mayor's explanation. HEAVY LIABILITIES BOSTON, Jan. stock brok- erage and investment security firm of Ernest E. Smith and company, to- day fllyd a voluntary petition in bank- ruptcy. Assets of S1.397.34S were claimed, und liabilities at given. JUMPED A SWITCH i QUEBEC. Jan. Women's Canadian Club was addressed yester- day afternoon by his excellency, the Duke of Devonshire, who spoke of tho j accomplishments of the League of I Nations. Referring, Incidentally, to his tenure of office in Canada, he said j he prouH to have been associated with the Canadians during the great war. If thero was one thing that struck him more particularly in this connection than any other, it was the spirit manifested by the Canadian in the dark days of 1918, when the Ger- mans broke through the allied lines in France.. A Tote of thanks was moved In French to his eicellency by Julea Tessier. who affirmed that the French Canadians were loyal adher- ents to the'crown and ended by saying tflat its special representative in Can- one of the old aristocracy of England, which had never neglected its national duties, had himself lived up to the motto of "Noblesse DANISH INDUSTRIES FACE VERY CRITICAL SITUATION COPENHAGEN, Jan. industries are facing a critical situa- tion, a. majority of large concerns halt time and others being closed down. Unemployment Is rap- j idly-.increasing and in the meantime the market Is being glutted with for- elgn-maiJe A section of the press i> upbraiding the government for 'Its indifference, demanding either protective measures or suspension of imports. Sixty-Eight Were Burned to Death FORGOT THE SENATE OTTAWA, Jan. Canadian calling of tha senate of Canada forxsessional duty omit- ted in the special edition of the Cau- ada Gazette, which amiotmced the opening of parliament for Monday, February 14. A special edition the Gazette will appear tomorrow calling the senators together. FUR PRICES DROP (UEEEXFIELD, Ohio. Jan. proximately 20 persons injured, fhren or four seriously, vhen a day! coach ou westbound Pennsylvania passenger train No. 7, en route from New York to St. Louis, jumped a switch here at noon today and crash- od into an easibound freight train standing on a siding. PILES Are Generally Caused By CONSTIPATION INCREASE STEERAGE RATES MONTREAL, Jan. was learn- ed thia morning that both the "White Star line and the Cunard line have raised their steerage rates to Europe The Canadian Pacific Ocean Services has not so far increased Its rates. are few, if any., compluiuLi more common than hemorrhoids, or as they arts coramo'nly called, and scarcely any which uapse more i rouble, annoyance and misery. Ninety per cent, are troubled with t.bem at one time or other, owing to allowing the bowels to become in a constipated condition. Piles are classed under three liead- i.e. itching, bleeding and protml- ing, and the excruciating pains which accompany them cause'misery which is beyond description. Ointments and suppositories may help and relieve for a while, but to jret rid of them, it its necessary to hare a easy -and natural motion of the bowels, at least once or twlca a. (lay, nnd by doing this tho cause will be quickly remqvqd. Milburn's'Laxa'-Liver Pills regulate ihe flow of bile to act properly on the liver and bowels, thus removing the constipation aurl all its allied troubles.......... They contain no calomel or drastic mineral ingredients, being purely veg- etable. They small and easy to take, and do not gripe, weaken or (sicken. Milburn's Laxa-Liver Pills? arc 25c. a. vial at ail or dealers, or iaailed direct'on -receipt- or -price by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, TAKE CARE OF YOUR HAIR HOLLAND DENIES REPORT THE HAGUE, Jan. official correspondence bureau today denied reports in circulation that the mem- bers of the Hohenzollera family had been ordered to leave Holland be- cause, it was stated, the allied diplo- mats here informed the Dutch govern, ment that they irere planning a. coun- ter revolution In Germany.. NATIONAL LIBERAL COMMITTEE OTTAWA, Jan. Press.) National Liberal committee composed of representatives front all the provinces of the Dominion, will meet in Ottawa on Friday next week, when organization and public- ity work of the office here will be be- fore the meeting for discussion. Ques- tions of .policy as affecting the Lib- erals of all parts of tho country wil also be reviewed, it is expected, ant the line of operations for the coming session laid down by the executive. MEET AT WINNIPEG WINNIPEG, Jan. second annual convention of the Association of Canadian Building and Construe tion Industries will open here tomor- row, with delegates from both East- ern and Western Canada ia attend- ance. A liirge" delegation composed ot prominent builders from Quebec City, Montuoal> Toronto, Hamilton, London and Port Af4hur en" ronlc. Moose Jaw and Regina delegates are already lifi're and' another large contingent arrived from Saskatoon and other western points today. VANCOUVER, Jan whole- Bale grocery today report a (iron ot 25 cents in the ]trlce of granulated to per hundred pounds. COPENHAGEN, Jan. eight passengers on a Russian rail- way train running from Luga, on the Gulf of Finland, to Novogorod, south- east of were burned to death -when a quantity of benzine be- ing carried as freight exploded and wrecked the train, says a Helsingfors dispatch to the Berllngske Tidende, today. The train caught fire from the j Baming fluid. t NEW YORK, Jan. reduc- tions in prices ot furs since the last auctions held here nine months ago, were shown today at the opening ses- sions of the aiitu.nniuuil winter sale lot the New York Furs Auction Salea Corporation. Average prices showed declines of from 30 per cent, on north- ern otter to 70 per cent, on southern muskrat. INSANITY IN SASK; WHERE IT EXISTS REGINA, Jan. old idea :hat insanity in the prairie provinces 'a confined to areas which MacGrath Novels Prove Ideal For Photoplays 'A SPLENDID HAZARD" AT THE EMPRESS NOW. latett of Harold MacGrath'a are not fascinating adventure stories to be screened is "A Splendid the served by railways is exploded by a map which the administrator of luna- photoplay version oE which was tics' estates for Saskatchewan has' duced by Allan Dwan and presented under preparation. A pin denotes by Mayflower through First National. irho ex- It will be shown again at tho Em- press today and tomorrow. As in the each estate on the map. The first fact to strike one amines this map is that in the older-; case of the previous1 MacGrath novels settled portions of the province, i transmitted to the screen, "A Spleu- where the populatipu is principally of! did Hazard" has proved to be ideal Aiiglo-Saion there is practical-1 photoplay material. It is a colorful ly no insanitj- recorded, whereas in j talc of love and adventure, brimful the newer-settled portions the pins at of action and set in France, America some points rub elbows. And very and the romantic and picturesque isle generally they keep fairly close to of Corsica where a gripping struggle the railways; allowing apparently, ac- i 'or buried treasure takes, place. The cording to the administrator, that the I leading mala role, that of the ruthless, great majority oE the insane persons ambitious treasure-seeker, Karl Breit- whose estates are being administered i is enacted with rare skill by by the provincial government at the: Henry D. Waltliall. Rosemary Theby present time came into the province brings grace, beauty and distinction to with the rush of immigrants which occurred during the past two decades. GRAIN IN STORE OTTAWA, Jan. to returns received at the Dominion bur- eau of statistics for the week ending January 7, 1921, the Quantity ot grain in store at the different public eleva- tors throughout Canada has decreas- ed by bushels in wheat, bar- ley, flax and rye as compared with the previous week. Decreases are shown of bushels, 183.2GS and bushels, respec- tively, in the foregoing grains. Oats stocks indicate an increase of bushels. ANNOUNCE DESIGN FOR LAURIER MEMORIAL the character of Hedda Gobert, the beautiful prima donna whose Idve Broitman uses as a stepping stone to the achievement of his ambition. Mary Pickford Has Clever Cast in'Suds' THE STORY OF A LOVER'S STUNT OTTAWA, Jan. is expected that an announcement as to the choice of ling resouo at sea. fOM.MOORE STARTING WEDNESDAY OF THIS WEEK AT THE PHOENIX EMPRESQ TODAY AND J TOMORROW aVaT AN ALLAN DWAN PRODUC- TION. In the latest Goldwyn feature pro- duction, "The Great which comes to the Phoenix Theatre, for I two days commencing Tom Moore exhibits In a few brief scenes an ability at a billiard table that will prove fascinating to every- ono who admires eipertness In any iine of endeavor. Mr. Moore is quite famous in the local billiard tournaments held in some of the most exclusive club.-) In Los Angeles, and this new feature BOILS SO BAD HAD TO GIVE UP WORK From the days of to thoj tbo afflictions of the human race, the aflictions of the human race. All the poulticing and lancing you may do will not prevent them from breaking out again. Boils are simply caused by the bad blood bursting out; the bad blood must be made pure before the boils will disappear. Burdock Blood Bitters, which has been on the market for over forty years, is well known as the greatest blood medicine procurable. It -purifies tho blood by removing every particle of foul matter from the system, and when this is dono the boils vanish, and you should never bu troubled again. Mr. James Fahey, Newport Island, Que., was troubled with boils on my hack and neck, so bad that I was obliged to give up work. I tried several remedies, but got no relief. Finally I went to a doctor, and lie treated mo for several weeks, all without benefit. At last a friend told me of Burdock Blood Bitters, so I decided to glvo it a trial. I got three bottles, but before I had taken two the boils were all gone. It is eight months now, and I have had no return of the old trouble, and I have never felt so well." B. B. B. is put up only by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont, "They WORK while you sleep" wlio.ia scorlag fhcnomonal thn Colonial theatre in "Once Don't stay bilious or constipated, with your head dull, your stomach sour, gassy, upset. Take ono or two Cascarets tonight auro for your liver and bowels and wake up cieur and fit. Children lovo Cascarets, too. No inconvenience. 10, 25, 50 cents, HENRY B. WALTHALL ROSEMARY THEBY _ NORMAN KERRY THOMAS JEFFERSON JOSEPH DOWUINQ head a notable cact In HAZARD" A MOST UNUSUAL FEATURE Wo da not aay it's the ''great- est film; ever becauae ctatamenti like that are foolish at any time. But we do >ay that it's Allan Dwan'a finest achievement. tkotnnstte entire man emotions ftom to dfau and SUDS Bom tie Charles Poliman Picduction "-'OP O'ME THUMB" 6q Frederick term and Richard Pruca Directed bii Jack Dillon Charles EMPRESS Three Start- ing Thursday In Rash All Over Body. Burned And Itched. CouldI Not Rert. My Uttk aMer had wanna all ow her body. It came lika a raah, and wai burning and ttebrof. She could get no real, and we would bare to wet her clothing to take it off. She aoti irritable, and Ibt breaking out caned dianruremcnt. "5be had the about On when we tried CuUaua Soap and Ointment. We could act waa getting nlief, and we juat uaed one cake of Cuticura Soap "and one box of Cuticura Ointmant when aha wms healed." (Signed) Campbell, Sunny Brat, Nom Scotia, January 1C, 1919. You may rely on Cntknn Soap and Oiutmenl to can. for your akin. lie. U Sold COLONIAL TONIGHT and WED. The Picture of Your Dnama Timea of 7.30, and 9.30. With superb vocallats. PHOENIX "Tho Picture of Quality" LAST TIME TONIGHT TO SEE MAHLON HAMILTON and LILLIAN RICH IN Half A Chance1' "As a prize fighter, a sailor, a castawaj-, and then tho cultur- ed gentleman of society, he reg- isters vitally and vigorously. It is a rare bit of screen acting. Ho can handle his lists, use his wits, and get the sympathy. It is an unforgettable c'uaracteriza-- tiou." Miss a meal but don't miss the great action in "HALF A CHANCE" Added attractions: "MOON "MUTT AND PATHE NEWS, and Comedy. 40c; Children 10c Coming Wednesday TOM MOORE IN "THE GREAT ACCIDENT from the Hatnrday Erenlus Post novel by Ben Williams. ;