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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta .....dif- SAT^URDAY, JANUARY 22, 1921 THE LETHBRIDGIi; 1>A1LY HiiicALD SoelnlJEtis Want,Trade Op^nid Up-^oyeroihiiht Says - ImpOEiiBlbi^ ;: , 'can't defeNO upon RJJSSIA At present QBRWN, ,Tan. 22.-^Iii a lengthy Btatemeut reftd before tho Rolyhstag "yestei-day afternoon; Dr. Walter Simons, the foreign secretary, explained tho goremmflnt's iioaltion with rajjard to a resumption of diplomatic and trade- relations with aovlot Russia. The omcUU .deO'laratlofl fcanie in ro-Fp^onso to an'Interpellation presented by tho' Indoiiaftflent Socialists who aeinan'dga:;.t^; I'KiiW- what st*pB ^he goyernmettt purWosei! to tiike to outab-llsh Te1itl(JnB;#Ith f el-flhanys 'erfstom neighbor, ^'wlifpK tir% eiqually piTjfit-,al|le, fiiid nScfsStiry"' fdV"' Vbth'-couti-tries.",;, ' . '�: �-����^ ^j-r- � IniUunpflrt&g;;. the^, iiJtei-iJSllAfl&n^ .^thur. CfflBjPii^n, ^li^:j:Jdepe|ialht Soc-iallBts leader, ,vhQ;yj;as.,o^b:�^ delaghies q,f hU;party Bentltf*tte thli^d latowatlonnle' fit Mrbcot^; -�bMpa^ed' Russia tq tho.TJn;ie4.tat(Ss;Can^^^^^ *nd Argentina4h.xe8pe.dt; totits cTiit-: �>0,Persistency with which.thp soviet acter as an, export nMloS, itussla, ho f^K'nie Md atterapted to carry on pel- bear against.Bolshevism and socialism in genftrtil," sfcldHerr dtlsplon.' P;pa�anti Hol^ Wli|jit, Tho speaker t^>ld;tho menjbdrs btthi Relch^tAg that thfa Rbsslnin peasAnt^ were holding untHiroshed wheat which represcntdf}. a yield of flyb harvests, jfiu'rope; Kb �'iBit'ia,' ^a's lioiv un'dor the ^6bndmrc Honfliifttrdrf of tho victorlous nations, led by the Unltwd States. Ho said He 'bbHGV^'tt"resumt)t;nrt of frjide relitloris Vt^otild havo to be established on a iJarter mIsIb ov6fa if the Russiiaii gold supply,'was ;no\li^ greater than in ; i.eace tttnes'Owitig to, the' fact that the fadded,. wore ex-jplaln�d by the,.Mbbcow govprnment's failure to .imaV.e,;4ue amends for, the iraurder ,of .Count von Mlrbach, the German ambassador .to I^ussla,.. and. also LS CHUSCIIIL indicate That Project Has Al-rtady Been Discussed-. Times in'Favoii: Ariltial Report of the Gait Hospital - said, .wpuld' find qem^7>'''-'^^*'>' market .for more thft� wi}f ,}t8,, Pj^ports, of food and fodder. "It exploitation iof t\iQBe vast nat-nral resourctfB hitherto has been impossible, this is accounted for in the hatred which-the bourgeoisie classes "How My Poor Back Does Many � Womrf�i Keeps Sloan's Handy for Th!8( But If a Great for .- Other Pains, Too. THAT dragging, wearying backache, that so many women regularly suffer, from, is quickly eased .by a little Sloan's LiJnlment. But it is good for all the family. Apjjly It, without rubbing,;- tor all kind^ of ..aches and pains, from: the sharp i^Jieuiiilglo twinge f"to thfe ^^Uull, tearing ache of rHoumatlsm. Then there's sciatica, lumbago, sore muscles, stiif joints. Keep a bottle handy, for you never know when you will need it. Largest size is most economical. At all druggists-3oc, 70c, $1.40. Made In Canada. Sloa Liniment WAS SUFFERING FROM INDIGESTION NO FEAR OF PAINS NOW Indlfeestlon ist. one of the. worst forms'o� slomaoh trouble, and many people suffer terribly attar evflry. nieal they eat; The rising and souring of the food, palnalnnho stomach, heart burn,, water brash', belchlns >ai wind, .vomiting uhortly after eating, etc, arc some of the symptoms. There In no heed for any perrio.i (.j be troubled '.vHh Indigestion, dyspepsia or any other stomach tro^b'.e if they would only take Rurdock Blood Bitters, .which contains a combination of naitire's. roots, herbs, barks and berries; a Combination that cannot lielp but put the stomach right. Mr. H. H. ColUnH. Norton, N. B., writes:-"I s\'as with the overseas forces for four years and two inonths, and In October, 1916, I was unfortunate enough to- be wounded and taken prisoner. I was a prisoner tor years, and tho food they gave us -was not good at time, and after a few months I found J was suffering from indigestion. Whan I came home in July, 1319. I was nearly a wreck. I was told to use Burdock Bipod Bitters. I did so and found groat relief, and.can now cat without fear of pains and sickness. X would recommend B. B. B. to all who suffer from indigestion." Burdock Blood Bitters has been on ' the marka* for over forty yearii, and during that time has made a reputation second to none for relieving all stomach troubles. Manufactured only by The T; Mllburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont.-Advt. ,1 Dr, Simons charge"d ,that despite reassurances which'had been given the Berlin govemmont, the Mlrbach" in-; cldent had not.yet received the seri ibus attention promised from the Mos-; cow government. The Russian methods of negotiating also were keeping other nations- aloof, said Dr. Simons, in answer to an inquiry of the Inde-pendent. Socialists why the German government had failed to enter into ofllclal negotiations with the soviet. I would remind you of the tragic comedy of the Anglo-Russian negotiations which are constantly being resumed and equally as often being broken, off just when they fire about to be concluded," said Dr. Simons. Stored in Casket Proiiibition Agents Discovered . Gallons of Rooze at Undertaker's in Chicago. CHICAGO, Jan. 22.-Checking up today on liquor they seized at the undertaking parlors of Jackson and Harris, prohibition enforcement agents listed nearly 100 gallons of various kinds of liquor. Smiles Instead of tears were on the faces of the visitors to the undertaking rooms, neigh-'bbrs noticed, and a squad of prohibition ^ ofllcers, stood around with their hats on. in a purple casket, lined with light gray satin, three dozen quarts of high grade Scotch whiskey reposed; more whiskey was found in a body casket while the casket cup boards lining the rear room of the establishment were loaded with cases of whiskey, the agents said. Sam Horris, one of the partners, was arrested. APPLIES TO SHOTGUNS HOUGHT AFTER OCT. 2b ' LONDON'.-Jan. "!'.- (Cauadiau Associated Press.)-ThoTimoB today re-Iterntfts its suggestion that Winston Churchill should visit Canada on assuming the colonial secretaryship and proceeds to'say that under Lord Mllnor's regime tho dominions had boon less insistent In their dcmandfl for tho removal "f their affairs from the colonial office as, under his administration, they had received sympathetic, knowledge and insight. Tho TJnies thinks the namt) of tho oHlco is' against it- and ^ugKcats "that it ba called tho Imperial oflice. The Nation, a weekly paper oftho pacifist Pchool, says ;. "The attraotlpti pf the. colonial office for Mr. Churchill is hot, wo Imagine, tho task of conducting diplomacy �\^'ith tho dominion premiers who will .stand ,np jlonsonse from him_. The-liirej Ifl tirohabiy .the nfew middle east department, which is to be placed under him and which will enable him to, exercise unchecked rule from Kgypt to Afghanistan.. A niore dangerous sp.here for a megalomania could hardiy.be Invented.!' The well-informed "GJubmuu" who contribute^, a column of club gossip to the Liverpool, Post, also suggests that Mr. Churchill should visit tho dominions. It Is not Impossible that these suggestions are, in a way, an indication of a project which has already been discussed by thoso in authority. STRONG GUARDS AT MONTREAL RESTAURANTS MONTREAL, Jan. '22.-(Canadian Press)-The police today continued the work of taking into custody all men suspected of fomenting trouble among unemployed ex-seryicc men and of being responsible for raids on restaurants in the city. This morning five men .were being detained while strong police guards have been placed outside all the restaurants likely to be visited by the unemployed. No trouble was reported this morning. , Col. F'. Rt. Gaudet, director of pul)-He safety, today announced that work will be provided for all unemployed by the cRy, while free meals arc being served at the civic refuge. SOUTH DAKOTA BANK IS CLOSED MITCHELL, S. D.. .Ian. 22.-Tho Cornbelt National Bunk at Scotland. S. D., was closed today by a federal bank examiner. The bank deposits approximate .?200,000, it was said. Its capital is ?25,000. "They WORK while you sleep' You Help Western Industry vPaciflc .Milk' is entirely owned and contiroUed In B.C. in fact it Is the only milk canned west of Ontario. , , � If you like milk that copies from the m-any fields of British Columbia's Dairying Districts, get PACIFIC MILK. PACIFIC MILK* CO., LTD. Factories at Ladncr and Abbotsford, B.C. P. Burns & Company,-dis-tributoro for Altc. & Sask, In regard to the necessity of oh taining permits for the keeping of shooting weapons, according to the new amendments in tlie Criminal Code, there is an exception in regard to shotguns bought prior to October 1920. Tho permit does not apply to shotguns purchased prior to October but to all shotguins bought aftet> that date. In respect"^ to all otheV shooting weapons, whether purchased before or after Oct-ber 1920, the amendments as to permits apply. The new amendments as to permits cover cannou, machine guns, revolvers, -shotguns, etc. It becomes a question, therefore, of the city having a p�rmit for the German war trophies, ^nd again, in respect to those who are in possession of old Hudson's Bay Co.'s cannon and guns. The permits are issued free of charge, as the Herald understands it. GREAT THRONG WILL GATHER AT MOOSE JAW MOOSE JAW.. Jan. 22-The contract wheiJt pool and provincial politics win be the two principal questions before the Saskatchewan Grain Growers' Association when 11; meets in annual convention in Moose Jaw on February 1. The convention has promise of being the largest in the history of the Saskatchewan association. This is the anticipation of the executive ofllcers at Reglna, as the city council here has been asked to secure accommodation for between three and foUr thousand delegate-s and visitors. . One of the features of the program on tho social evening will be the unveiling of the memorial tablet to tho members of the association who died In tho great war. Do you feel bilious, constipntod, headachy, upset, full of i^old? Take one or two Cascarots tfijiight for your liver and bowels. Walte up with head clear, stomach right, breath sweet and feeling fine. No griping, no inconvenience. Children love Cascarets too. 10, 2i), 50 cents. �� AnENTIONTO YOUR HAIR If your hair is fallin;,' out, if it is turning gro.v, if the life has Kone from .it, you.can bring it back by using The French Tonic Delmaya "Vitalehe." it makes hair grow, gives tone and life, daintily, perfumed, it is not a dye. -Price In Canada, $l.(ii) a bottle. Use no other. Sold by Sydney Jackson, Prescription Specialist. P^iono ;hG4. Across from Alexandra hotel.-Advei^ tisement. DISCUSS DISARMAMENT WHEN HARDING COMES TO OFFICE ON MARCH 4 _/___ WASHINGTON, Jan. 22-The question of total or partial disarmament should not bo discuBse;! by the United States with other nations pending a change of administration on March 4. Kllhu Root, who helped to form the international i^urt of arbitration under tlie League' of. Nations, declared today in a letter to Chairman Butler of the house naval committee. | Mr. Root dei-ared his strong belief that step.s should be taken promptly after the new administration l.s established to bring about a general agreement on tho question. A Vapof Treatment for Coughs and Colds iThe time for VRpo-Crcsolciie ia at tho. tint ' indication of a cro throat. It ia eirople, to ij�c. you juEi light the liulo Inmp tu�t vaporizoa tho Creaolcnn nml xjIucq it near the bed. Tha eoolhltiir nntircptii'. vopoc maUce breathintr eaiy, reliavca thu cough, eaaca the] oretieea Bnil congestion, and iirotcctH in eptdotiiicB. Recommended io- WUooiiiu Ci^uik, Br*iwUtto, C�|lu. Nm>I| C�Unh and Attbrna. CroBolcno has been uaed foe the past 40 years. The benolit i� unqoea-tionablo. Send for deooriptive booklet. BOLD or PRUOOIBTK V*IPO.CRESOLENE,,C0., Uemint-MiUi BMi. Tho following is tho annual report preseiiled tff'the Gait hospital board: � Gontlonnsn,-Wo beg to submit tho fOllO#lhg brief' report for tho year 1920, togetliifr with ostiihatos an^i re-commendAilpiifl for the year 1921: Improvements and Additions During last year practically tha whole Intcrioi; of Ihn liospital was repainted, which has effected a much-needed improvement'to tho general inside appearance. No other large Improvements .wore undertaken. Tho hospital gro.ujijjs have been given attention with,a view to making the outside appearance pleasant and attractive. Three more of the tented huts wero erected, making,six now In use, and, theso have proved of great eervicfj.both for the, accommodation of special cdscs and for the relieving of ingldo congestion. A.new Hterllizcr for .^the opojrati^B room hAs ' been bough^iat a cost of JS.'JT.OO. amj a matter of $500.00 was spout in the pu'r-cha8,&. qf^ blankpts from tho Soldiers! Civil Ito-est'a'bllshment Department. Conventions ThQ Western Hospitals association and tli.e Alb^rl^ Hospital association have^held ct)hv.Oiilions in Calgary during tho past year, at both of which the hospUal has been represented. The chief topic of discussion has been the standardizatlbn'of hfiBpitals, and the keeping of an adequate system of records; There'i-has been a diversity of opinion in this connection and no definite action has yet resulted, - but these-matters are still being pursued through the medium of the associations. Government Assistance As was anticlpiited at the � commencement of 1920, the government grant was Increased from 25 cents to 50 cents per patient per day, and has helped ,the Jlospital considerably in tho meeting of current obligations. Cost Per Day The cost per patient per day for the year 1920 was JlS.tS. In 1919 the cost was $3.20, but taking into consideration the continual increases In prlceg, of supplies last year,,the cost is' considered "satisfactory, and It Is believed tlxat, t)iis would have been much higher but for the fact that tho hospital has been well filled all tho year, and the jiro rata cost has consequently decreased. Financial Standing The estimates made for the year 1920 have proven to be out oC comparison with actual ligurcs. This has been duo to two outstanding facts; Tho ever-changinf; prices of goods bought, and. more pnrticuliirly, to the increased nurnber ol" patients accommodated at the hosiiitiil. which, of course, necessitated greater expense in every depa-tment. The estimated expenditure for the year was placed at $0-"),300.00, but l!ie hospital actually spent in-K)por;ition the .sum ot $72.-4'111.4,^. Fortunately, the revenue increased in 1^4,.proportion, for while it was anticipated that tho sum of $5iJ,r)00.00 \y6uld bo received from all sources, the actual amount paid in totalled .$70,S'(.'?.10. In this is included the sum Of $7,741.25 government grant, and $5,000.00 from city taxes. With the credit balance at the end of 1019, tliis enabled the - financial statement for lust year to show a small detlcit of $1.0.02 only. Wo would like to cmphasiiie that this satisfactory financial condition has not been obtained by practising rigid economy at the expense' of eHiciency, as the board of management havo always been ready and willing to incur any reasonable 'expense, which had for its object efficient hospltar service ns a vital necessity tor the community. Tlie great aim of the board, above all things, hua been, and is, to have the hospital brought up to a standard which would give the public the best in hospital service With this in view the nursing state has been increased, and at present is at a high standard of efticioncv and working harmoniously Training School Some progress has been made with the training school, and the tendency now is for the number of applicants to Increase There are, however, still several va( iincies, and efforts are being put forlli to have the school complete by the opening of spring Statistics The following (-omparativo (inures are submitted, and will no doul)t prove of intv'resl Capacity Occupied- Public Private Ward Ward Avernnc; 1919 . . .. 71. v;> 78. '/n 7t. 'o 1920 -. .- U0.297o 90.7'/;, 9(1.4% It might 1)0. pointed out tlsut thi! hospital was closed for two weeks liy quarantine during the month of Ality. Hospital Dayg- 1919.................. ii),t;{Kj 11)20...... ... . ... ... L'u.xTi; I Patieuta Admitted- 19]!l................... i.io;-, 1920................... i,i;2:i Of the patients admitted S5ti were froin inside tlid city ifmlts. uiid 7711 from country or oiit.slde points. Deaths Durin;,' the year there were s7 deaths in the hospital. Births Thirly-tw-o bubiea were born in ilie ho.-^pital in 1920. Operations A total of 1040 operations liave been pert'ornied, made up of r,99 under geiKM-al anaesthetic, and :',41 under local or no anaesthetic. Accounts Outstandlnfl AI Uie i-losa ot' tlie your the I'ol-low-ing were I lie unpaid balances tor 1921): Public ward patients $7.S7.S.:'.1 I'rlvaie room patients .... l,Siy..'i7 $i),i;!)7.S"'S Of this total, approximately -^'i.OOO will have to be considered as bad or doubtful. Poultry Uurhiii the year 198 chickens were pi|rchased with a view tf) the hospital having a continual supply of fresh eggs, 'riiese,Avith alterations to the chicken house, cost ?4;il.50. Tlie suni ,(>tS128.0." has been soent in food, and ,'thoy have produced -5,303 eggs at a ' value' ot about $2R5.00. EstlniBtes ICstlmated Cor Estlmntod Revenue- 19''0 1921 Foes- ,. . . . Govt, grant , TOndowment Sundry and nations .. City tJixes . do- $50,324.17 $.W,000.00 7,741.25 10,.i00.00 2,U4.i;i 2,000.00 693.50 5,000.00 750.00 4,435.00 $70,87.1.05 $EMNITIES MEXICO CIT~Y, ,lan. 22.-.Recom: mendatlon that tho -iMcxIcan government pay indemnity for dahiages, sus-lalne-d by Individuals and companies during tile revolutionary porloda in this country will be made to the Mex- BUENOS AIRES, Jan. 22.-AndreS Ferreyra and Mariano OebaUo�t members of tho chamber of ' deputies, fought a bloodless duel on the. outskirts ot this city toaaly., ;Th&, en-coutiter was tho result .oi an altercation between the two men In tbo chamber yesl-nrday, when Ferreyrifc gave tho'lle to CeballoS after the latter had denounced the government, Insinuating that tho prosidont waa sur-roimd-ed by ministers Avho wore profiting personally at tho expease ot tho public interests. Each man fired one shot without result, whereupon the duel waB called, off. GREAT SHIPBUILDING ' PLANT CI^SES DOWN PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 22.-Hog Island, once tho greatest shipyard In tho United States today setit lt� last vessel, the army transport Aistie on a trial run oft the Delaware (fiapes and with Us delivery to the 'Emergency Fleet cbrporallon next ThUta-day, shipbuilding at the big plant Will cease.''; . Created as a war emergency," Hog lean congress by President, Obregon', S."lv^d mhV'fhL"-t�'oooT.^"rnd which opens Its session-FebruaryfJ"'lT t^^ nit w�� ?^ Among tho questions consitlered Z^^^ ^r^:!^ ^^^Iri^Su^ thon 122 vessels of a total of 956,760 during tho afternoon was the federal! li^;?-:^ i^!^i"!;,.?-!!^i-M =we^hno;;;"h;vr b;^ out: � Obregon tcfok' a decided stand against gaming, but declared hlmsol6-lnXa-Vor of assuming a liberal attitude.toWard other sports, such as bull fighting. STOP CHORINATINd WATER GUELPH, Jan. 22.-In response to complaints from many citizens who said they could not drink the chlorinated water here, City Manager Hastings, with tho approval of tho members of the city council, yesterday ordered the chlorinating process to be discontinued. The city manager in stopping tho use ot chlorine did so without permission from tho provincial board ofr health. EXPRESS RATE DECISION LIKELY NEXT WEEK BRIDE ADVISES HIM TO SERVE TERM AND START WITH CLEAN SLATE $4,935.00 In accordance with tho above. It would appear necessary to ask the city to provide the sum" of $4,500.00 tor. the current year's expenses of tho hospUal, but as so many conditions are liable to effect these estimates, It is suggested this ^be left over until say tho first of April to see if any adjustment in tho estimates is thon necessary. Capital Expenditure It is recommended that application be made to. the city council for tho providing of funds for the following, all of wiiicli are much-needed items In the interest of general clficlency at tho hospital: Purchase of X-Uay mat-liiiie. Increased accommodation for nurses by putting into haliitablo condition the old laundry. Raising of roof on floor "B" in order to provide u separate and special department for maternity cases. Converting rooms A. 7 and A. S into laboratory. Tho probable cost of all of the above would be in tl;e neighborhood of $10,000.00 to $12,000.00. CHICAGO, Jan. 22.-James Mc-Elevey, who escaped from prison at Jollet, Ills., last May, is back in his cell today because his 17-year-old bride asked him "to give himself up, serve his time and start with a clean slate.'l "I've got the squarest little girl In the world," McElevey said. "She'll be waiting for me when I get out and we'll live straight." OTTAWA. Jan. 22.-(Can. Press.) -The judgment of the board of railway commissioners which will fix a new scale of express rates in Canada will not be handed down by tlie board before next week, Chief Commissioner, Carvell has been giving tlie matter considaration for some time, but the other commissioners have been engaged on the telephone rates inquiry and it is probable that th� Ilnal decision ot the board will not 1)0 reached until this inquiry Is concluded. That will not be before Tuesday or Wednesday next. BALLOT BOX^ A MUDDLE, COLLINGWOOD, Ont.; Jan. 22.--While tho official recount of the ballots cast in the recent mayoralty election here hag confirmed the election of Mayor Holden, whose majority was increased by seven to 77 over his opponent, Dr. Arthur, Judge Vance said the ballot boxes had been In a muddle. (Phase Sanbornb CEYLON AND INDIA TEA in the result' of fifty years of const.-mt study to bring to the discrimin.iting tea drinker the very best to be found in the tea gar c'cns of the Far East, In tlic flavor, aroma and golden liquor of Chase &i Sanborn's Ceylon &: India Black Tea can be re.id all the ceaseless care with wliich the plants have been tended and guarded against impairment and impurity. Sold in half and one pound packages, sealed against air and touch. CHASE & SAlilBORN. Montreal, Que. Loss of Weight and Vigor Far-reaching Effects of Kidney Disease IF you are losing strength, weight and vigor, it is highly probable that your kidneys are n,ot performing their natural functions in a proper manner. In many cases, people have allowed themselves to be sapped of their vitality before realizing the true dause. A. backache, constant headaches, . painful urination, and other similar pains are frequently signs of kidney derangement. Indifference, or delayed treatment, will a'urely result in loss of weight and vigor, 8..A in the development of more serious ailments, such as rheumatism or sciatica, lumbago, swollen joints or stone in the blacider. , Gin has always been- recognized as a remedy for kidney and bladder troubles. Gin Pills, however, contain none of the harmful alcohol, but all the healing qualities of the Juniper Berry. These properties are compounded with seven other diuretics and antiseptics, and the result is a pill \vhich stands out as the finest KIDNEYS restorative and corrective for deranged kidneys. If you have any of the dreaded symptoms, get 'a box at once from your druggist or dealer-r-GOc. If you obtain no relief, we will refund your mohey. Or, write to us for a free sample, sufficient to convince you of their value. Act without delay. National Drug & Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited Toronto, Ont. Gliio Pills sold in the United State.s ave the same as Gin Pills sold in Canada. United States Address: Na-Dru-Co, Inc., 202 Main St., Buffalo, N.Y. MIR ;