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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PKQE EIGHT CANADIAN iPDRT DISCRilNAIION SUBJECIOFDEBA TTTF. LETimniPCiE DAILY HERALn MONDAY. MARCH 3, 1919 In.nny corrcspontlenct-." Sir Thomas wiMU o!i. "that the�' ha. do with the finance and trade or Great Hrltain witli this country sinco tt\o outbreak of thu war. I havo known what K'', A^^^^a /-hofo-/.' ward uf h.ivo been of the m Opposition Re-Asserts Charge geue-ous character." That Britain Has Discriminated Against Canada lion. A. K. .' prcsmtod two hills. One Avill ir-ake the calendar year tlie recognir.ed year for the collection of s:utlstic.�; tlio ."c-cond jiroposea to OTTAWA, March r..*-A!Ieged dl�-|Kive effect to tlie findins-i of an inter crimination by Qreal Britain ajralnst national conference with reu-ard to the Canadian Imports was again raised in definition of the ohm. ampere and volt the house of commons.this afternoon, and units tx" olecti-ic^l nieasnri'mcnts. Mr. MacKenzic, leader of the opposi-1 Pension Regulations'^ lion, read a cablegram ho had received I On motion cf .Mr. ^!.^cl/ean, a spe-from W. A. MacDonell, ex.-M.P., asjcial committee was appointed to can-lollows: I side.- the pension regulations and prc- "Sitrpriaed cabled statement acting ' pare, a bill. !n reply to qtiestion iiy primd minister. Kvoryono here knows .Mr. MacKcn?ie. tfir Thomas Wliiie trade reRnlalions discriminate afiainst read tlie corre.^pcndenco which passed us as ^-omparcd with the I'nited between Sir Robert Uorden and Hon. Slates. Can assert this po.sitively.' i Mr. Crothcvs on the occasion of the ! :a;ters reaignatljsi as tninist^r of i labor. ALL DUTIES 0^ AG'LiPLEME > > > ? ? ? .>..> ? ? > ? ? .> ? place OROERS for bacon Opposition Speaker Advocates This-Grows Sarcastic About Borden's Absence Acting Premier's Statement Sir Thomas White said that, foll.w-ing previous statements in the house, bo had cabled to Sir George Perley on the matter, but has as yet received jio reply. In private communications ill! had received from time to lime from the prime minister. Sir Thomas Eatlicred that Sir Robert and his colleagues had made representations ivith respect to the removal cf war i-estrlo-lions still The restrictions fcferred to were general in character. "It lias not been intimated to me Sir Thoma* promised to bring down sicnatiou of Mr. McCurdy. OTTAWA. March T..-Continuinp his speech on the address which he did not complete on FriJay, J. K. Ethier advocated the removal of all duties on agricultural machinery. Tl\o Kovcrn-ment. he said, did nothing: for tlie great mass of farmers. It was e\ Ident-ly afru;d to touch the tariff and. there-tore, no reference was made to this contentious subject in the speech from the throne. In order to please the westeni farmers, the duty had been removed from tractors, but this did not bfuelit the small farmer. Mr. Etiiier asked the govenimeut for an opin.on with regard to Jlr. Crerar"s ^ ? ? ? ? o ? : > > ? : : ; lic works dcpnrtmont, , This popular plcttive will bo at the ICmpress today anil tomorrow. Alxu Wm. Karuum in "Kldors of the I'liiMile Sage." CALGARY lilNSIRELS IREPLEAl n U Calgary Rotary Minstrels came, sang and contiuered on Saturday, and although tho auiliences were not so Ihti i-orreepondonce relating to the ro-, declaration on tJii; tariff at the Grain largo as had been hoped for, owing no i '""I'' '� �^�'�^> - ^^-^''thor, the , . ,,, i,aividnality into their char-! visitors had ii very pleasurable visit , which cemented the good fellowship i which has alwavs existed between the ARGES liPOLy N U. S, COAL IRA Grower's convention some time ago. Sir Robert Borden ,~ald Mr. Kthier. appeared, as far as could be gathered he newspapers, to bo the most ant man at the conference, sident Wilson and Lloyd George could both leave the conference and come home, but ir seemed that Premier Borden could not be spared. The AT BTARLAND. Edward Sloman, tho director -who produced "ftjoney Isn't Everything," the latest of the American Film Co., Inc., comedy dramas, does not believe in unconsciously enacting tho drama as tho action progresses. Some directors yon know shout and dance around at the slKht of the camera as It clicks in their enthusinsm and forgetting thHt this action may bo somewhat annoying to the players, Mr. Slomait carefully rehearses each scene, shows his principals just how ho wants the business carried througb, steps to tho side of the caitiera and the scene is played in abs6liitc quietness. Margarita Fisher the winsome movie star who plays the lead In ".Money Isn't Kverything," believes that this is one secret of Mr. Sloman's success. Miss I'Msher believes that the movie actresses are intelligent enough to carry out directions and it given latitude, wlH inject more person- local Rotary Club and tho club whose initiation resulted in the organization of a club in Letlibridge. The show in itself was all that was � expected, and pleased the comfortably ncterizations. ."Money Isn't Kvery thing." will be tho feature at Starland tonlglit and tomorrow. Clnd^ella Tuesday "ClnderoUa," a fascinating musical fantasy, founded ttpon tho fntnoua fnlry story of tho samo name, will ho tho ntti'n'tlon ;tt tho Majestic ii rotura oijgagciht'nt ot one night only on Tnosday, March I, This Is tho third ICngllsh pantonilmo which the noted author-manager, Jlr. F, Stnurt-Wltytc, has offered wn this slrto. His proviouH engagements, "Aladdin" and "lloblnson Crusoe." Wfc'io beautifully mounted and nlily acted, but the.v nro omparnlilo oiil.v as stepping stones to his latest effort, "CiuderoUa," In the matter of scenery, costumes and color .schemes-lio has gone tho limit, and tho result Is a production, llie extinisito beauty of which not even ho can hope to emulate with atiy other tmtring nltraclion^ "Mutt and Jeff In the Woolly West" Prohnbly tho most �lncoro comment datlon Ous Hill has over rccolvod regarding one of his many producrt.l'on� was an unsolicited two Mnes written on the innrgin of a contract rocelved from tl)[) management of tho Havana Thcali'o, OloKn, Now York; "Wc need 'l\Iutt and Joff every year to koop tho bltios awny," They ^ pounds and never felt better in my life. For years I have suf-lerc-J with a bad form ot stomach trouble, constipation and pains in my 6ide and back. At times the pains took the form of torture and I was WASHINGTON, March 3,-Senator Vardaman, of Mississippi, chairman of the senate manufacturers' committee today inserted in the congressicnal record a, statement on the committee's investigation of the anthracite coal situation, charging thi production of anthracite coal in the United States is controlled by eight large transportation companies, which through an almost complete monopoly were able to fix prices and .determine the rate of production. n BUFEER SIA OF RHINE Siberian expeditionury force came in . filled theatre on Saturday evening, for criticism by th� speaker, who said | Tho first scene in which tho circle that it seemed strange to have the , did the performing was descriptive of premier trying to pacify (ho Bolshevist; a weekly Rotarian luncheon in the while a Canadian army was lighting ihem. George B. Nicholson, of Algoma �:ast, said If there wa,^ an.vthing to which men ot all classes should direct themselves it shou!;l be an effort to break down the unnatural prejudice which existed in Canada on racial and social lines. I'alliser Hotel. Six end men supplied the audience with plenty of tnu es- AT THE IVIAJESTIC. Charlotte Gret'nwtiod ih the record-breaking cometiy hit. "So Long Letty," veglstoied sucli an emphatic euccess ' in .New Vork, Boston and Chicago that . Air. Jlorosco decided to send it on, tour, and it will be presented at the | .Majostio on Monday and Tuesday | next week, March 10 and 11. "So pecially since the performers were all, ^ong Letty is full ot sprightly com-well known Calgary business and pro- ^''J; i;l�ver Vriaucing, both individual fessional men. f"" '"^ J" f'S'"' s RTAGE OF HELP R SEEDING PARIS, March Tho question of the left bank of tho Rhine will figure in the plenary peace treaty, accord-i ing to the Paris edition ot the London Dally Mail, in certain quarters, OTTAWA March 3.-Hon. Charles Murphy in the commons today drew the attention of the acting prime mm-ister p correspondence which appears in some newspapers today to the effect that the seeding time in western Ontario is only about six weeks away, and that there i? a sVlous shortage of labor. it is said, there is serious considera- j Sir Thomas replied that every poss-tion ot a formation of an independent I ible etlort was being made to bring twice examined and each time I wag ' government on the left ^ home as speedily as possible every told that I had appendicitis and that'=''"^^' " said.'member of the Canadian Espedition-^' '""I � ,.-,,,M ,.^,>;.,,o ary Force. He expressed tho opinion that soldiers were being brought home much more expediently than the people of this country thought possible. The second half of tho program was highly pleasing, tho trio by Miss Marguerite Hill and Mr. and Mrs. McMur-ray bringing rounds of applause. Krnest Willi.s in one ot his own inlmit-ablG r&citations in which he represented a French soldier of the old regime made a decided hit. \ After the evening performance the visiting minstrels and their friends were entertained by the local Rotar-ians at the "Y" auditorium a splendid program ot songs choruses and speeches being given. This gathering was presided over jointly by Governor Hutchinson and President Baalim. The party left for Calgary oir-Sunday morning at eight o'clock their train being delayed in starting till that hour. an operaUon was my only hope. I had " '� ,?-^ "'""^r fallen off until I only weighed ninety- bridgeheads along the Rhme unt.l . . . . " "'�^ nom,QY,i- ,^r,m,%iot,i,i her indemnity Germany completed payments. another caucos On the tar eight pounds and was so weak I could hardly get around. "I had no appetite at all scarcely, and w^hat little I did eat would cause gas to form In my stomach, which gave me palpitation ot the heart, sick headaches and a dizzy feeling about iho head. "WTien the spells came on I would get awfully nervous. I worried about myself until f could rest and eleep but little. "I had fallen off until I was almost skin and bones and my strength and : . � energy were slowly leaving me. I had ! , ,,....... , - ,,. , a dread of the future and could see i OTTAWA. March 3--^^eftern gov tnothing hut the operating table and 1 ern.iient supporters will hold another ly sfeter begged and plead with me! not to aliow them to cut; on me and : told mo to wait and irya good tonic tor a, while. The next day, as I returned ifrom the consultation room I thought ot what she said and as I had heard much about Tanlac I decided to try-it as a last resort and stopped, at Gil-lien's drug store and bought a bottle. Of course 1 had lost heart and tad no faith In the medicine, but to please my sister 1 made up my mind to take it and oh, what a happy day that was tor me! "I never returned for the opera-1 REDUCE LICENSES tlon, but Just kept taking the Tanlac.} PANAMA, Jiarch 3.-The license ......- Ilight from the start I began to feel ]aw which went Into effect yesterday I ot transport c better. The medicine seemed to talsi;' rediiceg the number of saloons in Pan- | every conceiva bold right at once. It had a soothing nmn frnm fiRn *n mn ----- tlie end of March is believed in otti clal circles here to have a direct bearing upon the date of return to Canada ot Sir Robert Borden. The date ot the premier's home coming is not as yet forthcoming, but is it generally expected that Sir R'oh(;Tt will he back in his plpce in the house not later than the end ot the first week in April. It is not likely that the policy ot the government will he definitely decided upon until after tho return to Canada of the prime minister. hold right at once. It had a soothing cflfct and in a fe.-,v days r felt no pahi at all. I was so happy over the wonderful improvement in my condition that I Bent for my nelghhors to tell thorn how much better I felt. I Bent and got another bottVj of Tanlac and have just finished taking my third Jjottio and feel like I have lieen made all over again into a new woman. "As I have said before, I now weigh 125 pounds and my improvement has been so rapid that nona ot my clothes are big enough, for tne. 1 will have, to make them all over again, I now I GOVT. TAKES COMPLETE ! CONTROL OF BRITISH RYS. i LOXDOX, Feb. 2S.-I'ubiication of ' the government'.? transport bill, which has been introduced in parliament, sliows that It will give the minister complete control over ble form of laud transport. The bill provides that complete , inanageracnt of the railways of the FREE I United Kingdom is to be conducted -Ml persons ar-1 by the stato. tor two yftare, partly to rested as a roHult of a series of inci-1 enable tho government to make t!>c '" Barcelona and lonial s aurier ws ctures tuneful melodies that give the piece a distinctive charm. Xo effort has been spared to make "So Long Letty" an occular delight, for more pretty girls, etfoctivo scenery or tascinatiiig costume's it would he hard to nsseni-ble. Tho genuine and anthentic motion pictures of the funeral ot Sir Wilfrid Laurier will be shown at the Colonial tonight and Tuesday. � These are the authorized motion pictures of this national and impressive event, and have been sent to Lt'thbrldgo for exhibition only at the Colonial Theatre tonight and Tueeda.v, The films show all the essential details ot the ceremony, and after having been t-xhibit-ed througliout tho country they will ho placed in tho national archives at Ottawa as an historical record of the passing of the great chieftain. On tonight and Tuesday at tho Colonial will also be shown the splendid teaturo, ".loumey's End," in which Ethel Clayton is starred. Tonight will also be Gold Winner i Night, when a $10.00 gold piece will be given away. Sore Throat' Colds QulcMI'r fl�ll*ved By Hamlin's WlnrdOII Hamlin's Wizard Oil is a simple and effective treatment for sore throat and chest colds Used as a gargle for sore throat it brings quick reliet. ITubbcd on the chest it will often loosen up a hard, deep seated cold in one night. How often sprains, bruises, cuts and burns occur in every family, as well as little troubles like earache, toothache, cold sores, canker sores, stiff neck, and tired aching feet. Soothing, iiealing Wizard Oil will always bring quick relief. Get it from druggists for 30 cents. If not satisfied return the bottle and^ get your money back. Ever constipated or have sick headache? Just try Wizard Liver Whfps, pleasant little pink pill*, JO cents. Guaranteed. i FRIDAY AND "THE BETTER 'OLE". THURSDAY, SATURDAY The greatest picture season. ot the laurier pictures at the e ama from 6S0 tq 100. ARE SET MADRID, March dents last, week in Madrid have iieen set free, now that martial law has been rescinded. ORDERED TO RENOUNCE SATURDAY HALF HOLIDAY S.A.N FRAXCISCn, .March ;!.-The C.OOO machinists made idle in tho San Francisco Bay region through ditfor-ence,^ with their einploycrs over the Saturday half-holiday have been or'perfectly carried ojjt Half nn hour before l.lie official representatives left tho building LANDS WANTED at Cash Prices for SOLDIER SETTLERS Powers arft granted to the Soldier Settlement Board ot Canada to purchase land to he resold to qualified returned soldiers settling on land. To assist soldiers in locating In any suitable district ot Alberta that they .wish, the Soldier Settlement Board desires to have filed with It full description and lowest cash prices on a number of select quarter-sections available tor purchase in each district ot tho province. Purchases by the Board will be paid for in CASH. The pul)lic is informed that this land is tor purchase by return, ed soldiers and must be of good agricultural quality, and reasonable price, making po.sslblo the success of the soldier as a farmer. U should be within seven miles ot a railway, open, free from weeds, water supply assured, and of moderate price. In giving particulars, mention nearest market and school. In comparison with tho vaiit supply of vacant lands, tho number of farms Immediately required will ho very limited. Owners, therefore, will kindly assist the Board by offering for tho present only land which tills above require-ments. Xo commisr,ion wi>ll he charged or paid, Ko offers to sell will bo binding on tho per.son offering unless a sale Is effected, and no obll(fatIon will bo on the Board to accept any offer. It application from a returned soldier be received for tho purchase of land, an inspection and valuation of such land may bo made by the Board, as soon as free from snow. It approved, negotiations may bo entered into for the purchase and sale thereof. An approved list is desired for each district of Alberta. For lands in Alberta, north of township i2, address Supervisor, Soldier Settlement Board, Post Office Buildings. Edmonton. For lands in Alberta, south of 42, address Supervisor, Soldier Settlement Board, 202 Bevcridgo Bldg, Calgary. Address,all communications concerning land Iit^Ianltoba to Supervisor, Soldipr Settlement Board, Lands Department, Post Office Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba. For lands in Saskatchewan, address Suporvi.sor, Soldier Settlement Board, McCallum-HlU Building, Reglna. Sold er Settlement Board, Canada Double the richness of ordinary milk CARNATION Milk--as it. comes to you-has double the richness of ordinary milk. It i.i frcsli, rich milic-�iopora/(^rf. Water is taken away from it. When ii.sed, therefore, nn ordinary milk-for oxnnipio, n.