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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MAflCH 1M1 THE IETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE REPUTATION OF That SMIM To Be Chief lion at Bottom of Embargo Removal Usue .MONTREAL, Mar. the debate in the house oC comtuonu at Ottawa on the British cattle em- bargo, the Gazette says to and objMt to ml vfll to runt, li tht ptlXltMit of- doUl that neceiurr to prelect oM cmntry from Infutinn by tram Dominion. CamuU'i tlon. tbirofore, le to re- puUtluu of a Canadian Utdustry baimlrchvd M a lor protec- tive There would CKtfttnly liu IcsK objection tu thu embtrfo It- knit If the British (overament would bg honest abuut. It." CO. TO GIVE COAST Tl RBADY ATHBA ATtON Will Compete With From Montreal to Vancou- ver Panama Canal (From Our Own CorreipondesU MILK IUVEK, Wo- men's InntiUute wag entertained at I a Five Hundred party Friday even FORT WltAUM, Mar. 11.-So far as coldHlois al (lie hvnd thu lalt.a navigation could Iw todmr. TKoro has never .....i a water could Jiot be BOM from tto nalnlauil and it Was demonstrated lani Saturday that j will no trouble In luuvtui; when a tho btrathmore, left Port Arthur and took party to Bllvw Islet, nnroiii Railways i no difficulty of any kind. Uesanllnu the on the KamlnlMniua river, vessel men state that a luc could open tbe channel al any moniout. Voeunl men look for tho opening of navleatlon to the oust lo come about the middle of April. "The disposition of tho housu ing at tho home ot MM. Frank Ellert. seems to be not to attempt to force j Kive were In play. The first tho hand of the Hrltlsh government in tha matter of llic embargo. The thus indicated Is undeniably the correct one. Tho institution and maintenance of an embargo against cattle from this or any other country matters aro! of a, pure- ly domestic policy. The IJrttlsh peo- ple have exactly the dame right to protect thoir cattle industry against Canadian competition, as the Canadian people have to protect any Canadian industry from Hritish competition. If the United Kingdom chooses the pro- hibitive method of an embargo In- stead of a customs tariff, that is lie own affair. What Canada can object A GREAT BOON There are many rundown in vitality, to whom. Scott's Emulsion would be a great boon, it's the very genius of Emaltion to build strength. St.lt A TIT.....O.I. ------Ateo Ki-MQlDS ESS INDIGESTION JHJ.k IELLS DYSPEPTICS IATIOEAJ Avoid Indiatjtion, Sour Acid Stomach, Heartburn, On Stomach, Etc. Indigestion and practically all forms of stomach trouble, say medical au- Ihoritios, are due niae times out of ten to an excess of hydrochloric acid in the stomach. Chronic "acid stom- ach" is. exceedingly dangerous and sufferers should do either one of two things. Either they can go on a limited and often disagreeable diet, avoiding foods that disagree with them, that irritate the stomach and lead to excess acid secretion or they can eat as they please in reason and make It a prac- tice to counteract the effect ot the harmful acid antl prevent the forma- tion of gas, sourness and premature; fermentation by the use of a little Blsurated Magnesia nt thalr meals. There ts probably no bettor, safer or more reliable stomach antlacld than Bisurated Magnesia and it js widely used for this purpose. If no direct action on the stomach and Is not a dlgestant. But a teaspbontul of the powder or a couple of five grain honor was won by Mr. Bar- rows, the consolation by Mr. Tollcy Annuli was served by the hostess, as- sisted by Mrs. and John KetK'h. .Mr. ami Mrl- Srhnrartl returned from Lethbridge on Thursdiy. It begins to look as if sprint upon us, not only from tho appear- ance of the weather but everywhere you see the farmers preparing for their spring work. Getting their grain tor seed cleaned, and getting repairs. In fact several fanners hare been In the field at work during the past week. Mrs. Giles was a Sweet Grass vis- itor on Friday. A surprise party was given Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kelley on Friday evening, and all were made very welcome by the host and hostess. Three tables of Five Hundred were in play. The first honor was won by Mr. Hollander, tho consolation by Mr. H. L. Thomson. A dainty luncti wai served at the con- elusion. All bavtig pleasant even- inc. Mrs. Henry Ellert left on Tues- day for Lethbridge, .where she has been a patient in Van Haarlem Hos- pital for the past week, having her tonsils removed. Mr. filler! .accom- panied Mrs. returning on Thursday. On Friday evening Sirs. f. C. Coates entertained a number of her friends at a card party. Mrs. Still was a Sweet Grass visit- or on Friday. Don't forget to oatroniM the St. Patrick's tea on the 17th of March, at tha home of Mrs. E. C. Jlr. and Mrs. Albrecht entertained a number of their friends at a house party Friday evening. The First Aid Girls sre giving a dance on Friday, April lit, In Kllert's i Hall. Gordo'n's orchestra In attend- {ance. William Kerby left on Saturday for Lethbrtdee. Mr. Brisham wai in town on Wed- nesday on business from Calgary. Mrs. Dr. Barrett and little daughter Mary left on Thursday for Billings, Mont., after spending the past three weeks the guests of her mother, Mrs. Quinn. Mr. and Mrs. Earle return- ed from Lethbridge on Friday. Mr. Manor of Calgary was a bus Iness visitor in town on Thursday. The TJ.F.A. held a buiineu meeting at tho 2-13 school on Saturday. An'entertainment was given at tho M5 school on Friday evening by MIsa Doles and her pupils. The Sunshine Institute were enter- tained at the home of Mrs. Ernest Warren on Wednesday atteruoon. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Cross, of Montana, arrived on Saturday and ara visiting their daughter, Mrs. Hod Itichardson. Mr. Hollander returned from a hus- ineis trip to Lfthbrldge on Wednes- day. Thos. Hunt left on last.Tnes.day 10 a. trip to Lethbridge. The Junior Institute were enter- tained last Tuesday afternoon at the home of tha Misses Jochern, with eighteen members present. Lunch was served by the hostesses. MOXTIIEAU Mar. Will- unit Steamship company. Inc., of York, Is conttide.lng; a project to establish a line ot steamers opoi-atins from Huttrn Canada to Western I PLAYS AT MANYHEHRIES Cansda, to ORION HOME TALENT ita sununt-'r ters in Montreal iuid Us winter port. St. John, N.U., and to ntn its trolght- en from ports to Vancouver, n.C. Panama canal. Tbe it tho Hack of the new vrojeet Is believed to be thtt high railway freight rutes at present in prospect, furalsli the ideal opportun- ity to enterprising steamship linos: and In tali connection it should be thg farms around hero as yet. Hack pointed oat that the Williams Steam- seen loaded with hay, which ship company already has its boats indicates that some farmers are get LONDON'. Mar. Tho Hunk of Kugland announced toduy that tint rate of interest on treasury bills bad Imen reduced one-half per cent anil that thrt'O and twelve mouths bills now may bo pnn-lKised at t; cont. The reduction from (i i-J per cunt, caused a corresponding easing In discounts and imparted a distinct- ly better fet'llnx to tho stock ex- Humge. whore odt'o securities, in- atid oils Improved in tint hope that t'nr monetary situation, al- lowing for the, reduction on treasury billH. miiy bo followed by a similar rc- fluction in tho bank rate In tho near PMVINT NIOMT OTTAWA. Mar. Ion. W. H. Fielding, ly minister of no- tice of a rotolutlon which, If carried. would prevent many of tho night In the houtv of Mr. t'k'lding's resolution that 111" of the douse shnulil to provide that the mcjut at thruo o'clock on Wednesday afternoon, instead of two o'clock, as at pruKont, Hliil that the house Hhoiild adjotii'il at II p.m., exception- al clnnnlKtano.es ntooKnizGft by (In? IwiutJO generally, require a lutoj .ii't- tiiiK-" flJMJfl j tome month iMt IOSMI to M.IT1MO. FEBRUARY FIRE TOROXTO. March losses in Canada during February, according to tlie Monetary Times, amounted to iTrom Our Own Correspondent) future. It Is re-called Hint last April OUION. Mnr. The weather dur- when the trcasnrj- bills wore aclvanc- ins the days reminds us that! ert to winter Is not over yet. 1-2 tho bank rate wna raised i the following day. The latter cannot The Orion homo talent went down to ManyborrieB last r'rlday. March 4th, giving the phiy "Dot" to the peo- ple of Muuyberrlei and district. No team work has boon dono on trading from New York to Portland ting teed and that an extension of the eastern Krl cad of the route to St. John. Montreal or even Hamilton would not be lu iho nature of a radical or difficult depar- ture. Under existing and prospective posnibly be reduced until Thnmday next, however, and tlie money market considers it Improhablo a reduction will be made until the end of tho pre- sent and until tho United States money has been reduced. canal at cheaper costs than between j those two points by rail. i for spring work, oth- heen getting Implements looked after and also seed grain fan- ned ready for seeding. j Sir. Scratch was In town Saturday. March lilh. and conducted a, service i railway freight rates, it would be i in lno quite poBHiblc for certain lines of shipped his goods merchandise to bo carried from Ham- j from here on Saturday. He ts going ilton to Vancouver via the Panama [0 reside at llaymond. Mr. Pauli left by train Saturday rooming and will be In Lcthbridse for a short visit. Mr. Bhowmaker, principal at the Orion consolidated school, had to make a trip to the lint lust Monday. NEW STEEL MERGER PLAN IS MODEST ONE. Everybody Praises Beecham's Pills after a fair trial. Those praise loudest who have used them long- est. The great merit of 'Beecham's Fills has been proved all over the world. it nothing kut UM everywhere lor WILL LIKELY SUCCEED i OTTAWA, -Mar. Press.) Johnston, recently re-appoint- ed deputy minister of marinj, is back in his otltce at the marine department again. Wbon naked' thin morning with regard to the British Empire Steel corporation, with which be had" a brief association. Mr. Johnston ex- pressed the' opinion that the scheme aa at present proposed, would al molt certainly be successful, present plan is amore modest During bis absence Mrs. is taking tha senior school and Miss j Graco Peck, cne of the pupils Is tak-j ing the junior school. Tho rtev. Dr. Ferguson is expected to he in this district next week, and will take the service at tho Orion Union church on Sunday, March 20th. CAMERON HEADS S. R. M. A. HBGIKA, Mar. Camer- on) M.L.A.. Saskatoon county, was un- anhnously elected us president of the than Saskatchewan Rural Municipality as- that originally 'proposed, counting soclatlon at this rooriiiiig's session of merely in tlie consolidation of tho the convention here. The session Nova Scotia Steel and Coal'company, featured by an address of Hon. M. tbe Dominion Steel company and tha Hamilton, mmlaler of agriculture. Halifax Shipyards. Tho original pro- epoke on public service and Ho urged nUIlfJtIIUD. 4 Jit! ylu- i e .1. 1 position, wblcb. U Is understood, was th. ves of he municipal abandoned iwiht to the difficulty of IBS to perform to thp best raising capital for such a large vcn- of their ability for the public good, ture included other shipyards In tho Tho conventiou will coaio to a close Dominion. tomorrow. Mrs. Audett of Maninaain waa a visitor in town on Monday. Mr. Lefflngwell of Warner was it Tie- tablets taken in a little water with the food will neutralize the eicess acidity which may he present and pre- vent its further formation This re- jtol. ,n town m) Monteyi moves the whole cause of the trouble o( the Sunshines and the inoa digests nairna-ly ad took placB Wednesday.; healthfully without nr-ed of pensin pills following W8re eiectad Wr dtgestents. the ensuing year. President, Mrs. Ditt-1 Irenter; vice-president, Mrs. Oscnr Swauson; secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Otto Cessleman. Directors: Mrs. Le- Gel few ounces of B.sttrated Mas- for either powder or H comes as a Hmihl. milk or citrate and in the blsurated form ts not a laxative. Try this plan and eat what you want ,at your next meal and seo iV this isn't .tho beat advice you over had on "what to TORPID LIVER FOR OVER 4 MONTHS The duty ot the Is to prepare untl secrete lille and servo as 11 filter ti. the blood, cleansing it of all im- purities and poisons. When tho liver lieeomes luxy. plow or torpid it is uot properly. and does not supply sufficient bilo to tlioroiisbly act on the liowolti and furry off the waste products of tho system, hence the bowela <-iogged up, the Mia gets into tlia 'constipation sots in and liver troubles folloic. Milburn's Laia-Llvor Win nulckH- remove tho JBCrotcoiis. amf tlie snd effete matter hy acting (ilroctly on ihn liver, mskln'i the Ml'i Hirousji the 'oowols or allowing It to ma Into the b'o.xl, ;ind cansr so many troubles. MTU, Alice Mehlll, Napanaa, Ont., "I was very badly run down, Mrs. Cole, Miae Julia Spread. Auditors; Min Anna Sproad and Mies Selby. A hard times Junes is being given at the Lind School on Friday March tho llth, by the Sunshine In- stitute. A prize is being given for the -best gent'B and best lady's costume, and a line will be imposed on any ono :iot wenrlug a hard time costume. j The committee in chunjo are mak- ing extensive preparation? and it IK certiiin not the ullghtust iletail which1 would contribute towards making the evening one ot tha greatest success will be omitted. .Several from town took in tha auc- tion sale at the farm of 5fr. ol i-17 on Monday, conslntlnp: of house- hold furniture, farm machinery and stock. Mr. Loan ant! family left tile lirut of tho week for the north. The Community Club entertained at Five Hundred' on Saturday night iu Tolley's Hall. Nine tables in play, first honor golnf to .'Mrs; Lunch was served hy the Indies. Mr. Allen, of Coutti, was. tbe guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jochem 'for a few doya the first of tbe week, prior to his leaving for Cardston where he lias lalten u position aa teacher on the tUff of tlie public school..' A council meeting was Monday LFIHBR1DGE AND DISTRICT CO-OPERATIVE ASS'N, LTD. 526 13TH ST. NORTH (MorcW. Old Stand) Specials for Saturday Only COIN; mealy. A A per 100 (Only a few of these left.) 4 Ib. tins APPLES- -I Ap per Ib......J-UC FULL LINE OF FRESH SWEET BISCUITS in stock at bottom prices. Best mixed at, per !b. Vanilla Wafers, Graham Wafers, Gin- ger Snaps, Social Tea; per pkt.........- CLARKE'S SOUPS- per can ____ WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF. VEGETABLES, INCLUDING TURNIPS, BEETS, CABBAGE, CARROTS, CELERY and LETTUCE. An order will receive prompt attention. BUY AT YOUR OWN STORE AND SHARE IN THE PROFITS. "LOYALTY BEGETS SUCCESS" PHONE 1094. FREE DELIVERY. and had a torpid liver for four j night iu Tolley's hall, months. tried several remedies, but j r PIllB, and before used half oE It I was milch 1 only lifted two and am a different person today. 1 can sttfoly Laxu-Llver PIllH to any one troubled with Hvcr Mllburn'K ijna-MvKr rillu are li.'c. a vial at all denlora nr uiathid direi't on receipt of prlno by The T. Mil- Co.. Limited, Toronto, Ont, [Imirn'il IMPORTANT CONVENTION I nad I GOES TO MONTREAL better. Hodaiy ui Clienl- ii.ul Industry of Omit Britain, whose .1000 members ;ire Kcattornd thrmiBh- ont tho world. ucccpted the inv- tatlon of tho Montreal branch to noli! its annual ronvontlon In thin city :'t the end of AiiKiist. Sir Wllllaow president of tlie pureul will 'prenldo Have Really made an excellent job of Printing' Write Brigdens of Winnipeg Lini ted after examining the book of the "Annual Repot t of Prea. Marnoch, of Le hbiidgc Board of pnnted (he Lethbridge Herald. PRICES DOWN BUY NOW WHILE OUR STOCK LASTS FINEST QUALITY------------- Plum Jam; per 4 Ib. tin........----.. .8Sc Damson, Green Gage, Raspberry, Strawberry, Apricot and Black Currant; 4 Ib. tin, Marmalade; the very best; per 4 Ib. tim -95c Finest Dairy Butter; per i40c Fresh Eggs at cost; per dozen............ .40c Pineapple, Singapore, No. 2 tins; 2 for........56e Coffee, Chase Sanborn's; per 1 Ib. tin. Celery, fresh; 2 for................... -2Be New Cabbage, Lettuce, etc. by of merit. Proved through 63 year of rearing better babies. il EAGLE BRAND Condenflftd Milk Extra Special for Saturday Oranges, good size; per dozen..... ..25c J. A. JOHNSTON GROCERS Phone 1314. 426 13th SL N. PURE FOOD MARKETS Lower Prices on Beef. Mutton, Pork Veal SATURDAY SPECIALS CHOICE ROASTS OF BEEF, per CHOICE SHOULDERS OF LAMB, per ft............22c CHOICE ROASTS OF VEAL, per ft......Zflc, 25c and 3flc CHOICE ROASTS OF PORK, per STEWING MUTTON, per Ib........................15c PRIME ROAST BEEF DRIPPING, per ft............ISe BURNS' SPECIAL TOMATO SAUSAGE, per ft.......35c CHOICE CREAMERY BUTTER, per ft..............9t NEW LAID EGGS, per dozen.......................45c WHERE YOU ARE PROTECTED BY THE PURE FOOD LAWS OF CANADA. P. BURNS CO., Limited Dominion Market Main Market Hill Block Phone 545 3rd Ave. 412 Dominion Market Hill Block. ;