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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlir! LETHBRIPCiK DAILY HEtUtn MONDAY. MARCH 3, 1919 CMUDIANiPOIII wmm SOBEIOFDEBAIE That BritaU Has Distrim- iaaUd Canada la any correspondetuv." Sir Tbosii went on. "that there his been any ssatosi Canada. 1 have had a ereit deal do with the It- nance aud trade o.' Great Hritain with this country fince the outbreak ot the war. 1 liave known what great ditticu'.ty under which she- has labored i and lie, trying situation wWftit she has been confronted from time to, time. And 1 3eslro to siy that 1 be- lieve that to the utmost ot her pswer she has endeavored to assist Canada iu her trade, and her to- ward us hive been of Ihe mas', friend- ly and geuerous character." Hon A. K. MicLeau presented two One will icaKe tbe calendar year the recognized year for tae collection of statistics: the second proposes to give effect to the findings cf an inter the noose 01 Mr .MacKenrfe. leader of the oppo-I- Uon. read a cablegram he had received from W. A. MacDoneli, ei.-M.P-, as cwi cjmmiuee appointed to con Ojpwition Spwker About Burden's OTTiWA. March Hatlon in retard to the packluc industry in Canada, parlka- lirly bacon. Is greatly cleared by aanouucement today ihat the BrltlEh goterument has decided to place with Can- adian! packers lor tons o! bacon. OTTAWA, March his speech on the address wlilch he did not complete on Friday, J. B. Ethier advocated the removal ot all duties on The govern-' What the Press Agents Sag the wreaths aud dowers which had ths catafalque lu the commons chamber were removed and placed cm ten Urge drawn by magnificent horses which had been provided by Iho public works department. This picture Hill be at tuc Karros today and tomorrow. Abo XVni. Paniuiu in "HWers o( lie Vurplf Mile- tbe regulations and pre-1 iy kv lolbws: In replv to question by fore, no reference was made to thU cabled statement acting pare Thoma, vvhiic 1 subject in the speech prima minister. Everyone here knows Jir. passea from the throne. Iu order to.please trade regulations discriminate against I Hon. i the western farmers, tho duty had us as-compared Slates. Can assert thk positively." Acting Premier's Statement Sir Thomas said that, follow- o'hers on tho ____ Sir promised to bring down opia.on statements in the house, correspondence relating to the re- fce" had cabled to Sir George Perley ot Mr. McCurdy. on the matter, but has as yet received i-------------- 20 reply. In private communications lie' Lad" received trom time to time from the prime Sir Thomas gathered that Sir Robert and his col- leagues had made representations -Kim to tbe removal ct vrar restric- tions still existing. The restrictions referred -to were general in character. "It has r.oi been intimate! to me occasion ot the been removed from tractors. out this s of. did not benefit the small farmer. 'Mr. sovernmenl (or Calsary Rotary Minstrels At BTARLAND. Edward Sloman. the director who produced "Money Isn't Everything." the laleat ot the American Film Co, Inc.. comedy does not lelleve iu wncousclously enacting ihe drama as Ihe action progresses. Somo direc tors you shout and ilance arouni at the sight ol the camera as it In their enthusiasm anil forgetting that this action may bo somewhat an ooying to the players. Mr. SlouiM carefully rehearses each sceuo. his principals just how he wants the business carried through, steps to th' side ot the capiera and tbe scene i played in abjilutc quietness. Margarita Fisher the wlnsom movie star who plays the lead i "Money Isu't Everything." that this Is one secret ot Mr, Sicilian success. .Miss fisher believes th Calsary Rotary .uinsireia mmv. Slicce33 ,51153 Kisser ueueves. sang and conquered on Saturday, and the actresses are intelligent ei uuum iw me allty and individuality iuto their cha _ [visitors had a very pleasurable v sit aclcriialions Isn't Ever Sir Robert BorJen saiil Mr. timer, i appeared, as far us could be gathered irom the newspapers, to be tho most important man at the conference. President Wilson and Lloyd George could both leave the conference and ome tome, but irseemed that Prenl- er Boiden could not be spared. The Siberian expeditionary force came, m or criticism by tie speaker, who said vsors acr. which cemented the good fellowship tnine." vm be the feature at Starlau fwitx and Time Told Operation Was WASHINGTON, March ator Vardaman. of Mississippi, chairmsn of the senate manufac- committee today inserted in the consrtisional rtconi a, statement on the committee's in- vestigation of the anthracite coal situation, charging ths production of anthracite coal in the United controlled by eight large transportation companies, which an alrr.ort complete mon- opoly went able to fix prices and jlrtsrmint the rate o morning at eight o'clock th'eir train twins delayed in starting till that hour it" saW member ot the Canadian Expedition- It la rSalU. I _________, rtniniAn twice examined ud each time I was bad no all scarcely, and what little I. did cause gas to form- in iny which gave me palpitation of tbe heart, sick headaches aid a diiir leelicg about Ibo head. When, the spells came on 1 would get awfully nervous. I worried about nytett until I could rest and cleep Uttla had fallen off until I was almost j tkin and bones my strength and energy were stowiy leaving me. I had I I I..5J ......uj March gov- SS? anl ernmeTsupporters will hold another M THE TUFF OTTAWA. Starch Western gov- nothing but the operating table and fce knite. I bad a perfect horror if but I had made up my mind that it was cither life or death prepared to submit to It. 'I had tnade all preparations for the opera- lion and called on my sister to tell her western good bye, as 1 did not tnow whether J wolld live to see or not. Jiy sfcter begged and plead with me Dot .to allow them io cut on me'and tohl mo to wait and lira good tonic for a while. next day, as I returned from the consultation room I thought of what ehe said and I had heart! much about Tanlac I decided to try It as a last resort and Gll- Iwrt's drag store and bought a bot- tle. Of course had lost heart and til no faltb In the medicine, but to please mr aiiter 1 made up my mind to lake it and oh, what a happy day tout was for mo! "I. neter: relumed for' the opera- tion; bat Jast kept taking the Tanlac. caucus tomorrow night to give special consideration -to the tariff qutstiara. MinV.ers of the crown will be invited to attend gold piece will ing' upon tbe date of return to Can- ada ot Sir Robert Borden. The date of tbe premier's home coming is not as yet forthcoming, but is it generally eipected that Sir Robert will be back In his place in the house not later than the end ot the first week In It is not likely that Ihe polity ot. the government will be definitely ile-1 cided upon rnitit after Hie return to Canada ot the prime minister. be given away. AIM EMPRESS REDUCE LICENSES PAN'XMA, March license f at aH-'I was ao happy over ihe improvement in ray condi- tion that I sent for my neighbors to lell them how much better 1 felt. I another bottlo of Tanlac aid have juit finished taking my third bottle and feet like I have been made over again into a new troman. I have said before, I now weigh 135 poiriids and my Improvement has been so rapid that none of my GOVT. TAKES COMPLETE CONTROL Of BRITISH BYS. Feb. ot the government's transport Mil, which has been Introduced in shows that It will give tbe minister t fit transport complete control conceivable! form of land trans- port. The bill provides that complete management of toe railways of the United ia to ba conducted materials during tho period of. recon ORDERED TO.RENOUNCE SATURDAY HALF HOLIDAY SAN" FRANCISCO, March C.OOO machinists made. Idle in (he San been so rapio mat none 01 my ciourci machinists made, laic in ins Man are big enough for me. 1 will have Francisco Bay region through differ- lo make them all over again. I now their employers over Iho have) a rareeoos appetite and my hus- Saturday halt-holiday have been ord. band says I am firnply eating him ont ered'to return lo work and renounce; ot and home. I have even gone (he hall-Hbltday by W; H, i bactlo coffee which I wai fold of the International Lodjc not to toacb. Those terrible pains In Machinists, it was announced here my back and head have all disappear- today bf H. II. Brothcrton, fjr.t ed at'] I. sleep like a child. 1 am no Dipping boanl mediator. nervous and when I get up CLEARED OF SPARTACANS EERNE, March where the radical! have bttn in command, has been cleared of Spartacjns without a shot being Krft. The troops when they en- tered the town arrested the and disarmed followers. 'ITHE BETTER AT STARLAND, THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY The greatest picture season. of the at Cash Prices for SOLDIER SETTLERS Powers granted to the Soldier Settlement oM in U'thbridfre by J ft Co.-AdTfrt. OFFENCE TO ALLIES BERLIN, March a demonstration on trfe return of Oen. von Lettow- VcrbecX and of his Eait Af- rican trocps this afternoon, a crowd of shook fists and'ctickc at number of United States officers sitting in the win- dows of the hotel where the American is quartered. Others In Ihe crowd countered by clapping thtir hands and cheer- Ing the The prftmptfy withdrew when they aaw that their presence might provoke Today anrl tomorrow the popnl Empress Theatre will prestTil In m tion picture form "Tho Ufa ot S Wilfrid I.aiifter." This Is without a doubt the nV33l timely motion picture I yet' produced and siiows in do.lail tomo of the most Important happen- ings during his life.' Sir Willrid Is alio'-ta ha seen addressing the pnb'ic at tho most critical moments Ihat Canada has passed through. The picture ends with the funeral, which is eho'ivn in detail of tills great man. Ten Loads of Flowers Outside tho buildfnR tho arrange- ments'' p.lso'perfcctly carried out. Half an hflnr before the offi- cial rcprcsentalire.3 Iclt tho building "THE BETTER 'OLE" AT 6TARLANO, greatest picture of Ine season. it comes lo V> doMe the richness ot ordinary milk. It il Iran, rich Water il Ulien away from it. When iix'l, therefore, as ordinary rumple, n nourishing, satisfying drink for llic should aiW An frjual quantity of w.i If r. i'nr -you have been niing] mny add even more water lo CitnulioQ Milk. Bui for Ira, eoflVe, cereals, you caa (.'arnalion -Milk ti it'coraes to you. It whips splendidly. MADE IS CANAIJA Carnation Milk "from Contented Carnation Milk Co., Limited Afinwr, Oat and Qmctfi, UAX COKDBNSEX1KS tt A jimtt Now is not iky loo lo Irr Carnatioi JiinoSesl and noat erononucal way to tniy milk. You ran orifcr a wrk's-a supply alirad, tcilfi your ftofentt- Diwetiow every can. Canyition -Milk in Ihe can, for several oars when opened. it ix stfFiraen.- Cm-1 tains no no arti- ficial lo read "TheSlo Cirnation Milk We'fl yM a cBpy._ lit) ttttti recipfi. 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