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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUAHY 24. 192i THK WhntPodFor Tfc Yearns Not In Organization Ti An of U. F. A. Conven- tion Summed Up DISTRICT AUTONOMY ON POLITICAL QUESTIONS RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT OF UNITED FARMERS Though the United Farmers of Al- the'r convention lut week In JMmonton went on record as favoring thf marketing, of their meins of a wheat pool, tome doubt oibjUJn the minds of the letters' of the jncvement to wlieth-1 er the nUn wilt ke far enbUgh idvtBc-! ed to be put Into this year. The! farmers will not decide till till wetk what they want to do.; tttt iatn.tbe ipeciel board, tke Cwidlan Council of Agriculture to and report on the whole proportion have to bring In their report before anything can be done In the may of dnwlng up the final con-; trtct which will be presented to farm- ers wishing to enter the pop! for their, signature. It ii aitimated that at i farmers in the three! priirie province! will have to sign the; contract for a five year pool before the managing committee would be justified In proceedins, and that take' months harj work by a of organizers. Then there is the Question of finances to be arranc-! ciS. Preferred ..-stuck would have to to cover the .cost of organiz-' iand. Other .preliminary expenses and ;tUe backs, would have-to'be ap- proeJiiMi. to age Ijow they woiHd con- sider HilOH'k'heine in order that thf prep comioc into the pool's hand.; ,be until finally paid 1at with received from the sale of tte'ppolls wheat It is only, association conventions be- six month. from.Feb. 1 until the nnv com] rauch more lmportant. One of wheet will-begin: to corns on the mat- fhe be a big out or Another disturbing feature is the action of SMlratchswan govern- Pine Tribute At Funeral Service OfMr.Sifton Rev. Dr. Rose Emphasizes De- ceased's Characteristics as Variety imd Expan- sivcness niimiwd-HMM the muni the Tin-ilralli of ihu Infimt dauKhlur of tiiuiiy other tributes nf Tlio and Al-jx. Crawford orair- (wo prlnio imdur wliiim Mr. ivd on Saturday, January ICth. Tlio Siftou bill In Ihe fi'deral ROV- riiniirul took placn on .Sunday, the re- eminent utiiml by an, attorwarils, tho mains hrlni; lalil to rent In the public- IOIIK linckuf moiinieni lilwl tilciwly past.Icnmeiery. The sympathy of thii com- out to ttt'> Borrowing fath- M1LK HIVER IS or and mother. AN' Ai-'TIVF Mr' ,-Madxc loft on Monday AN A be tiqn which had been bitterly attacked a couple of days earlier. The dele- absorbed by the florist if he so de- sires. If the books of a florist, who gates unanimously accepted the sug gtstion that the fees of all members j has a greenhouse, 'are for his retail store and his greenhouse, hereafter be 13 per annum, one dollar! two.per cent, must be.charged against tc7 to the local, one to the district the greenhouse. aasoVlationi and one to the central or- L When selling from the greenhouse 1 to a wholesaler a one per cent, tax This settles the basis of organiza-. tion along definite lines in parts o( the pjovince and will result In the Had An Annoying Hacking Cough Got No Rest At Night coughs are very wearing on the system. The constant cough- Ing disturbs the rest, and keeps the lupgc and bronchial tubes in such an irritated and inflamed condition, unlesi you get immediate relief the roufh may become settled and serioua IUHK trouble ensue. is no better remedy than Dr. Wood'a Norway Pine Syrup for relieving kinds of coughs or colds, comhlniuf as It does the lung healing vlrtuei o( ihe pine tree with which Is obmbined wild cherry bark, and the toothing and healing expectorant of excellent herbs j ty lunch was ssrvt-d at (no eondnsicKj. i fr _______ Mr. Henry Thomplior left on Mon- day to attend tho U. F. A. coiivcuiiuii OTTAWA, Jan. Canadian ut Kcfmoiiton Hight Hon. A. L. Sifton wan of Warner was a buried here this aftornoon. Tho cere-, visitor in town the lirst of mony, in a souse, was n rupctition or tjlo the life lived in the past by the states- man, simple, unostentatious. The Chateau Lauricr, where tho mains of Mr. Siftou lay. was crowded j with mourners, men distinguished in their country's affairs, men of al! ranks. But the simple service itself was held in the apartments which Mr. Sifton and his family had occupied and there were present but few be- yond relatives, ohiuf mourners and the honors.ry pallbCiircrs. it was Rev. Rose, pastur of tho Douglas Methodist church, Montreal, who conducted the service. "There is lie said, saying u fow words of tribute, "the most potent pnsacher of itself. He speaks on u theme that is universal and if we will but listen to him, vve shall dis- cover that he reinforces his arguments j by facts that are Indisputable." What were the characteristics of Mr. Sifton? the preacher asked. They were, he thought, variety and ex- pansive Mr. Sifton had touched Canadian life in so many ways. As a mere lad he went to the west when it required faith to- believe that the west would ever be worth while. He had distinguished Tijmself as a poli- the word in its better as a statesman, and in all these Mr. Sifton had displayed fidel- ity. But perhaps even greater than his variety was his His life was expansive not because it touched a't so many but be- cause it touched so widely. Here Dr. Rose mentioned particularly the work done by Mr. Sifton at the peace con- ference in Paris. Reflections on such a life gave rise to thanks that it had been lived. Great reforms had found in him a friend. .The casket containing the remains bore masses of lilies of the valley, and hour. A dainty Innch was served by tho hostess, assisted by Mhls Jones, all bavins a real yood time. Burke, of Calgary, was a bus- iness visitor in town on Thursday. Mr. and .Mrs. Jno. Turner have mov- il returned on Tuesday ed from the Smith residence and are Calvary, wliere he- .was under sing treiummit at military hospital. A mating of the ladies of the Lind neliool district was held cm Wednes- day at tho homo of .Mrs. Uittboiiter for [lie purpose of organizing a Women's Institute. now occupying the rooms above the Pioneer Lumber Co. office. Mr. Framy of Calfiary, was a bus- iness visitor in towu ou Thursday. iUr. Thompson, of Masinasin. is t'.io guest of his sister. Mrs. Kurle Hughes. Mr. Stecklo left last Monday for Ed- monton :I.H a to U. V, of A. convunUtm. Mr. Melvin, Jr., on Friday tor bis homo in Winnipeg, uftw ing tho funeral of hin father. A Uu-rury Club liatt been organised the Consolidated School. Mr. Fred B.irtrum and faintly have muvyd into the Smith residence. LIBERALS PROTEST FARMER NOMINATION PETERBORO, Jan Lib- erals are protesting the tlon of J; C. Campbell, the United Farmers of Ontario nominee, on the ground that his deposit cheque was made out in favor of J. A. Hall, instead of the receiver required by section forty .3f the Dominion Elections Act. The are wiring the min- ister of justice in an effort to have the matter straightened Ottt. MRS. IDA HAMBURGH, of, Vt., who cays never dreamed there was any- thing on earth that would do what Tanlac has done 'for .her. Cains twenty-seven pounds. think it is perfectly marvelous the way Tanlac has built me up. Be- fore I began taking it I was in .wretch- ed health and only weighed 117 pounds. I now weigh 144 pounds and my health is splendid. i never dreamed that there was a medicine on earth that would cause me to regain my former weight and health in so short a time, but Tanlac did it-and I simply can not tell you how grateful 1 am to this wonderful medicine. I suffered 'for two years from lii- digsation and dyspepsia-and was in a very badly run-flown condition, I jikd. a .tired, worn-out feeling nearly aH the. time and rarely had any -At times I would have indigestion so badly that I could hardly breathe. I also suffered from palpitation of the heart, severe headaches and pains in my.back, but thanks to Tanlac, ail of these terrible symptoms have loft me and I now feel as -well as I ever felt in- my life. Another thing; I sleep just splen- didly at night now and never suffer from nervousness like I used to. 'fan- lac is certainly a wonderful medicine and I am only too delighted to rec- ommend it to my friends." The above statenlent Was made recently by Mrs. Ida Hamburgh, of 316 S. Main street, Brattleboro, Vermont. Tanlac is sold in Letubridge by J. D. Higinbotham Co., Limited, Drug- COMES PRICE CIVIL SERVICE JOBS OPEN FOR VETERANS J. Rons, Penhold, Alta., ''About three years ago J cauibt a rery bail cold, accompanied a throat and hoarseness. I no hotrw TOJI could not hear mo epMk. I could ho rest at night with Uft terrlW" annoying, hacking coufh. I trin M Term I remedies, lint they pe no food. I finally saw Dr. WooCp Korwaf Pine Syrup ad- H I got a bottle, it at once an< after four of thaw my eonali bad all gone. Now II IWt'W In a yellow wnpfat; rtM trMti the trade mark, IK and <0c a bottle. fat? by The T. Mil- tun Co.. Toronto, Notice was received by the 0. W. V. A. this morning- of a number oC positions vacant under the 'Civil Ser- vice Commission. These positions in- clude assistant patent examiner, as- sistant magnetican, hydro-metric roc- orders and junior hydrometrie recoril- ers and inspectors of electricity and gas. .J The patent position is open at, a sal- ary of with a maximum of This calls for, iho. equivalent of university training in applied science. The assistant, magnetican position carries a minimum salary of and a maximum1 df JThts Is for. the .Dominion Observatory branch and entails research work in terrestrial magnetism. Hydrometrie recorders start' at and go up to Tho junior starts at and goes up to River and meas- urements form the chief duties. Inspector of electricity and gas, starts at and goes up to He will test meters and other equip- ment and MAN IN AUTO WAV HELD UP HAMILTON, Jan. Gil- bert, who wit driving an automobile. toward thii cltT Saturday ulght. was held up by (our bandili a ihort dli- tance from the city UwlU and robbed of In cash, must' be levied and then the whole-. saler must charge one par cant, when j passing the product along. Potted plants and cut flowers, when grown in Canada are exempt from sales tax. Cut' flowers 'When made up in designs "carry a two per cent, tax to the consumer and two per cent, to the wholesaler. To Be Troubled With Constipation The Many Ills you do not feel well and go to your family physician, one or the first things ho will do is to hold ont your tongue. Tho reason for this is that the condition of the tongue shows the condition of the stomach and bowels. If you allow your bowels to become constipated you .will have bilious at- tacks, nick headaches, coated tongue. foul breath, heartburn, water bnish, etc., and those troublesome piles, which cause so much annoyance and misery'. Keep your bowels moving regular ly anil you won't bo iiick. .In iyilbuni's Laxa-Liver Pills you will find just tbe remedy you rmiuira for .this purpose. They ure purely I vegetable -and do not gripe, weaken I or sicken. Mr. .las. S. Harris. Box Hall- fax, N.H., two years I suffered with constipation. I could not, get anything to cure me, and hardly anything would give me even temporary relief. One day my nncla induced me to try Milbiirn's Laxa- Liver Pills, and even brought a vial. .1 tried them without nmch faith, but I found they were do- Ing me good, and after using the me oml vial I was relieved of my trou- ble." Milbnrn'a Laxa-Liver IMIls ara 25c a vial at all dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by T. Mil- burn Co., Toronto, Advl. Buy Furs Today and Save Everything at I AM MAKING A SPECIAL SHOWING OF THE HIGH-GRADE FURS MADE BY THETRUDaFURMANUFAfJUR- ING CO., LTD.. of EDMONTON TUES., WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY THE DISPLAY CONSISTS ERMINE HUDSON SEAL LYNX BEAVER MOLE MINK SABLE OTTER I have secured the agency for this high-grade line of Furs, and hereafter will have of all kinds for sale, or orders for made-up goods will be taken. WE INVITE THE PUBLIC TO CALL AND SEE THE SHOWING The Trudel Fur Manufacturing Co., Ltd., h ave their own trappers, tanneries, and factories, and can deliver a guaranteed product at lower prices as all commissions are eliminated. The SPECIAL HALF-PRICE SALE will be on Till Thursday Night Only I AM PERMITTED TO CONDUCT THIS SALE IN ORDER TO INTRODUCE THE LINES AND SHOW THE PUBLIC THE SUPERIORITY OF THESE FURS. FIFTH STREET SOUTH ;