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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOURTEEN THE LETHBROKSp DA11A HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH 5, W20 H. AtfiBiboU, Talks of Farmer Otrar OTTAWA, March bis peet't1. In the house of commons yes- terday, Oliver H. Gould. Asslniboia. epcaklng an the address, congratulated the architect of such a masnieoent Larliaiueut building, "which itonlJ stand as a landmark in the jmgrett of this youns tianl nation." Mr. Goald declared Uut Uw ID tho nrban districts approved of taroiers' movement as well as did the farmers. It was not by any means class letlslation ttat was soaihl. Mr. Mackle, Edmonton. askwi 11 ha to join the organization In the- the natlo.ialiratlon of naturmt "Do you favor a protective tariff it asked Mr. Burabim, Peter- boro. "I do not." Mr. Gould replied. "1 niver did and I do not eipect that-E shall." Dr. Michael Clark: "Strong men don't protection." Tax Increment. Dealing vith the question of rev enue. Mr. Gould advocated taxation ol the increment.on land and of mining rights. He remarked, uot In spirit ol censure, that the con TEETH By P. McGee. M.D.. D.P.S. THE THIRP HANP' it it very amusing to see a couple of-- foreigners, or even homo folks, eonotlraes. wring and gesturing wildly xilth tlwir bauds in all ordinary conversation. We don't seem to con- sider that II U up to the to help 1th the talk and da a little of iho leoulh's ivork occasionally; [he mouth cwtalhly enoush work be- lorfge to the hands. From our earli- est infancy to tottering old Rite use our uioulh as an amateur work- shop, testing laboratory carry-all, thread cutter, pencil sharyener, lubri- cator, n-reuch, vlw, xreapoa oi "ffeuso and defense, aui] for unnumbered other duties in addition to its proper woi'k. In fad our uioulh is commonly used os a-ibird band. This means an enor mous amount of wear and tear upon stltuoncy m-hlch ha represented had (ho Sums, and jaws, tliat docs no', h.d direct representation for chewing clone. Almost Tears every thing that ts put into tlie mouth He referred to condition o? In vcre la infection of some kind upon it Tho very fact that wo suffer so little from this over use of the mouth CUH TO HOLD KAISER Dutch Reply U'Allkd Will Provide PUas To TIIp UAOUE, Jlarch {ovemmect for the tluie. refused to deliver the former German emperor to iho allies for trial. In if note addressed IP David Lloyd George, iho BritUh premier, however, the RoverunwDt to take all necessary meuures to niiuimize the liberty of Wlllielm and urevent him from eudaugerint-the world's peace. wai not framed by farmers alone. Sentiment Mr. Gould referred to "the sinvuse tentlnwnt" voiced Ijy D. D. McKenzle, vho uld that he would not trade irith any nation which vould not par 100 centi tor the Canadian dollar. "vThen (he American dollar fell to Ihlriy-sivtn otntt after the Civil War, did itr' aakcd Mr. woaM sell them feed grain. If they wtre to produce, as their country're-' quested them to do, they must have .rces. Many very serious arise from the "third hauu" Melgnvn Crtrar OTTAWA. March Arthur Melchen In his speech in the house of and occasionally breaks off whole teefh, fillings aro loosened, decay is encouraged and the irritation to the lips, cheefcs, gums and tongue encour- ages cancer.. Tho ba'bil of threads- causes TUB HAGUE, Wnrch answer lo the allied note re- garding the extradition or internment of former Emperor William of Ger- many, probably will bo handed to Premier Lloyd Qeorgc by tho Dutch minister in London this week. Indications hare been given tail The Xothei-lands government will ei iress its willingness to for ner monarch anil prevent anything hat might threaten Hie peace o Europe. Xlght anj day shifts are working on he kaiser's now resilience at tihorn ind It Is reported he will IILOVO there >om AmeronKea on Jluy 12. While unprotected by blgh walls o o moat, tho Doom estate is now li reiilily a two hundred acre cage lha can be easily guarded anil within which the Dutch governmenl expects William of Hoheniolloni to tho rest ot his days. It. Oppoacd to Protection His reference to I he tariff was brief. Kr. Gould said he was opposed io anr protective tariff. He favored also THIS MOTHER UNO DAUSHTER PinkWn'. Vegetable Cotnpotma. 1 Stwh, "Dtrrinf the Changs of tife 1 bed het flaabes, wns zstwsu, run down, and had alck for two I or daja at a I time. 1 took LydU IE. Piikham'aVrge-' 1 table Comnoond and 1 1 am nrocn atrtmj er I and better In ertry I way than I Sly I daughter's health jbroica down last i June from teaching IscHool without a Ireat, and aln hu E. Pinkham'i 1 Cgmpoond and the Blood Mwtteice with roodraalta. She is much better and now and I give vour medicine toe mix. You' are welcome to use 'this letter for tho benefit of other suf- fering F. A. R.R. No. Steele, Ala. n Mrs. Gaineadid shoold not hesitate to give this famoua root and herb remedy, LydU E. Pink- ham'] Vegetable Compound, a trial, u i the evidence that constantly being published proves beyond question that thli grand uid remedy relieved much J aarTeriag women. advicewrite Ljdia E. Finkharn MetHcina Co., Lynn, Maes. 1 The rerjlt of their forty yearr expert- a your semix, _. ._____..jore comfortable .hat Washington, Jefferson and Lin-laniJ cheaper to buy icisiors. In fact coin hud been ardent supporters of the value -of the niouth is so great that It fe poor economy to abuse it :ha principle of protection and such, men could hardly be termed'protec- ore of special Interests or indifferent .0 the rights ot.the coinmon people of Brockville ratepayers carried a by- law to spend J20.000 on a site for .heir country, which reproach had Machinery and'.Foilmlrles, Limited, a been placed on Canada't protectionist Eovernroient. Referring to Winnipeg speech, which had been attacked by Mr. Crer- ar, the minister of Taid :he unfayorable rate was the outcome of buying so much Tom'the Americans and selling .them so little." There no rise trying to, orercorne that state of affairs by hortation or by prayer and meditation. Legislation vhich Bided-the Canadian producer was the more effective way. "Buy less there and sell them Mr. Melghen natd was the only remedy. Mr. Crerar, fce said, an elec- tion before Western Canada could getj the 10 lo 20 per cent. Increase in rep- resentation duo her for at threa years. 'There Is no intention to nave an election until an opportunity has been given to Western Canada to'get this additional said Mr. Meighen In closing, "and when that has been done, I believe the people will stand by a stable, firm and honest government." new industry.- PROFITEERING WITHZAM-BUK Before the wu Me. boi. All dnrtnc the war, when the coct of production wai rapidly adranclDK, the price ol Zaio-Bak to the commute remalded the came. Now, with the war orer, white prices continue to Is ttlU Me. boil Not oalf ao, but the lame high (taudard of quality hn main, tained throughout. Ttere baa been no profiteering In regard to Zam-Buk. For bor you hare bought, yon hare beta aiked to pay fair value only. U this method of doiag businen not worthy of recognition? wcr thli qaettloa by coatlnning to fecommend. la appreciate, and-to greatest boost- hold htaltr of modtm times. Use It for alt ikla ec- bouts here tonight. It was announced Bill Tate, Dempsey's color- JM Chi ed sparring partner, might substitute for Tony Kellar, originally announced as Dempsey's opponent. Leonard's opponent has not been announced. DEMPSEY BOXES TONIGHT MS ANGELES, Cal., March world champion's, Jack Dempsoy, heavyweight, aud Bennie Leonard, lightweight, will box in exhibition Proof that city children are more healthy', than thslr conntrj' cousins was obtained from a study of She health records of youngsters by Dr. T. D. Wood, of Columbia. cuti, bralies, burnt, acaldt, etc. ram-Buk I BAWDENBROS. Specials for the -Week-End ___________ NO NEED TO SAY ANY MORE, THE PRICES WILL DO THE TALKING CHAIRS AND ROCKERS Tiiree each, clir.lrs anil rockers, all-over up- holstered, covering of u heavy Spiiniah fatjrlcelil. The coverings on there 'are slfghtlv damaged. hence tho low price. The price is away below tho factory cost. One iinlr only to a customer. Regular Special, each GRASS CHAIRS Six only, grass chairs, very strongly Special MATTRESSES Two only combination mattresses, filling ot curled wood fibre, heavy coating o( cotton all around -with good nrf ticking cover, I (l, C In. only. Repilar Special WOVEN WIRE SPRINGS Two only, good heavy weave, with-centre supports, i ft. c In, only. Regular Special BED SHEETS Duality heiunici] slicots, large size. Special, per pair CUSHION FORMS All fizer, siniarc. oWunif iin.l rr.iuirt. filllus ot genuine kapok. I3xi8 20x20 22n22 18x24 18x30 22x22 50-P1ECEDINNER SET Best quality Knelisli neat 'Ice- oration. ThU Is a complete half i-et from ni nr tin open elocli iiattcrn 3 for CUPS AND SAUCERS a eight, jilnin while and PUDDING BOWLS About two ilozi-it more of ttiOKW two y'llva. Each lOcami 15c MEMBERS OF PROPOSED COMMISSION Seven of the twelve members of a commission to hiiettlg-ate primarj and secondary education In Ontario are shown above. From left to right Ii the upper row are: Dr. 0. H. Locke, chairman; Mr. Vluceal-ilauejr, C- B. Sisvons, ot commissloii, and A. itundle. Ldwer row: Proi W. L. Grant, J. H. H. liallantync, aud Prof. J A. Dale. Mrs. W. P. McKay. W. P. i Imperial Munitions Board at Ot Me Key. who was attached to theltawa, Is dead at London! KWIT KMIOIDS far W cad KM or MMjmr CuticuraSoap Shaving Soap TURKS TRIED TO STOP BRITISH BUT SOON GOT SENSIBLE LONDON. forces in Asia Minor threatened, on February 19, to prevent lie movement of a de- lai'hment of British troops from tlic port oWsmiir southeast of (lonstau- to advices received at the war'office here. Several Bri- tish cruisers and infantry reinforce- ments .were rushed to, the scene and the war minister at: Constantinople was notified that force v.-Ould bo em- ployed if tho British :were prevented from occupying territory placed under their control by the peace conference. After a brief, delay the Turks yielded, it is jt'porled., INDIANS DYING. FROM INFLUENZA .WHITE RIVER MJL-di Agent lirowu has rece'ived a telegram from of-. Itiver, which states Hat the Indians are dying of iiitluenia'land that there is no one to cafe for (he Pick or bury Hie dead. He asks for authority lo incur expense; to take; care of tho lcken Indians of that section. STAR CITY DAMAGED PRINCE ALiJBllT, Sask., Jlarcli In a fire at Star City after- noon, the Star Cily Echo office, the barber shop and tiieji confectionery store.were The fire was caused by a gasoline eiplosioa in, the harbor sbop.T, All the destroyed build- ings wore insured. 'v TRIBUTE TO WOMAN AGRICULTURALiteDtTOFt; -SHE GETS SHEEP RANCH WINNIPEG. JIarcn Manitoba fibeep brcEilers paid a trib- ute to Miss Cora E. Iljiid, cojiimerclaF editor of the Manitoba Press, last night, when (leorge GoTdon, Oak! Lake, Man., and a director of the Can-' Co-operative Wpql Growers' As- j socfatioc, on belialf of the breeders, presented her with 20 eives. The quickest way io lose aii- your Ideals is to marry one ot them.