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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LKTHBRinCJE DAILY HKRALP SATURDAY. MARCH 1921 IL LEADER WANIS101 SIRHMTIES'IIESIGNAII.PAIED FEB. 14 SINN FEIN M.P.'S HELD RESPONSIBLE. ill- hy il'ltal. hut in i j in' in- i-.Ki-1. In liail nci-if of lil'I'.U.V. IS. Ollldiil slatf- u sllriu'dii whli-li "iil'l nut issued lYivu IMlitin Castle ttllKJSoinii operations luu! lo bi' iwfonnetl ItiHliiutu-nl and tiiii.- have suivi't'd- in 1111 uptown ilicsu cases Illi-liiinl Miikv.hy :iml .Micliiiel from wi'tiuns. ami Ilio with for (lie j hospital too crmvilt.'il Hi receive them. I tion i-r c-M Government liwsstljntes i ct' llu1 crown in lliililiii. 'I'lii1 llti'i -Vof IhiMTOwii ill Tln> ilir.-nurn A. I'. .MoCamu'll bus mm- arrived I I I Kinn IVin mcniliiTS of the I -lit of licullh. in in- I I j piirl-'iiiiMit mid tluis fur liavo siuwil-1 mill oliluln hl-juiuurcs to ;i nl in I'Viidmg iirrust.- petition aiiil was Inisy loilav In do Queer Procedure Premier Says Sir Herbert's Instructions Followed OTTAWA. March the house opened this Hon. TV. L. Kinp, leader of the opposition, calleU the attention of the prime minister to the fact that the resignation of Sir Herbert Ames. St. Antolne. Montreal, was announced in the. house yesterday, "was dated February 14, 1921, This the day oo which the j tri 1 J U i fjiuni iuai house opened and Mr. Klag what iudicateil the itim ,0 there to the fact that uUuro ,hat ot nogstlvs Had tfm given to ce- questions by the opposition on March jlpjvp nor 2 and 3. asking if Sir Herbert Ames ,n t' had rested. Hon. Mr. King added that Sir Herbert Amos ww in Europe Mid-Ilebro (North Grey) and II. P. "WJiidden ip this department was discussed at; snme length, tin? initiator explaining that this covered publication of the Gazette and other pub-i lications. Alleged indiscriminate1 distribution of government was attack-' ed by Dr. Michael Clark opinions oxprofiuoil hy Dr. (Gordon iirst essential step tho United States must, take, if It favors disarm- ament, iy to join tho Lcaguo of Na- tions, ho doelared, Cordon liuld It not difficult for disarmament to bo brought about if tho first class nations, Groat Britain. United States ami Japan, would ac- cept tliroo fundamental principles. Hrlelly thcso are; Kule of court to replace rule, of club. Force to be employed only by intcriiattonHl pollen. Universal responsibllUy for world pcaco. George Mooers, H years of sjro, was fatally snot hy accident at King- ston. AtOLISH IIRRLIN, Miir. ministry haw nbolltthmt mlllUry ordor which wan hen to wed upon many submarine cup- UiiiK and offlcflrt and noUHen who dltttiniculshml themstilveft at tho front. Tlut order, which had u military decoration for 150- years or moro, still may bo liuatowed for dlsttnculBhtMt service hi peace pursuits, tho min- istry's decreo STEAMER CAPTAIN IS REPRIMANDED CODOURG. Ont... Mnr. D. ftirast. of the steamship On- tario No. 2 which- was Etrandcd curly on the morning of January "3 while on ;i voyage from Charlotte, N.V., i.u Cobourg, laden with coal, was repri- manded and Officer Walter Kirk's certificate) was suspended fcr three months by tho wreck commis- sioner's court -which liandcd out iu findings hero pesterday. i en the date on which his resignation MEXICO CITY HAS was witnessed In Ottawa by W. S. j WATER SHORTAGE! mer. farmers briefly on the subject, and in the basement of the, church Thurs-1 day evening, to which .1 sood crowd turned out spending a most, eujoyabk1 j time all around. J.OUK tables of tho j folding variety had boon erected for the guests, which will remain as part of tho church equipment for socials j MEXICO CITY, Mar. city I the chairman, Lawrence Peterson slat- Mr. Kins asked how it happened tos suffered for weeks from n short-'ed that as prospects then pood that Sir Herbert Ames' resignation ase of water-and light o-wing to an j for a harvest, he believed the matter was witnessed in Ottawa hv the two unusually Inns dry season. and] could be settled after threshing. Dry member? mentioned when Sir Herbert street lighting have been rationed, weather previous to the harvest re- trie advertisements prohibited and duced the yield, and hindered pro- Ames wa? ovcrpe.T-i on that date also wished to know .why the resig- the street care stopped from midnight nation had been withheld from the to six o'clock. t'ress. but the crowded condition of the hospital this fall and winter speaker for a month after the date The newspapers say the city is fac- brought matters to a head and strong _...------, ins the most severe dry season in its! efforts have heen made'during tho history and that unless heavy rains'past few months by flavor Vickery it was witnessed. Rt. Hon. Mr. Meighen replied that Tho Tobacco of Qualiiy" and tho basement interior turned into :i large cosy with attractive coloring which hail its effect in the atmosphere created by tho cheerful room. Led by the Knox string orchestra, nn informal program followed, con- spicuous in which three fine solos by Mr. Wither Goortfollow; a solo by Mrs. F. t'hristensen; two by Alex. Primrose, ami others, besides a recitation. A big feature was com- jmmily singing, tho song hooks of the U.F.A., j Institute used, all the i guests taking part in soci: after song. he had no knowledge of a public state- J come its water supply will be exhaust-} and J. J. lor the council. luent attributed to Sir Herbert Amea.ed by the middle of. April. land T. A. Sundal, for tho that his resignation was'in the j among others, to get action. i guests taking part in soiv after of the speaker. Prior to goine to i Peach stone fuel was last week I Visits have been made by theso Mrs Tainter accompanying on the Europe, Sir -Herbert had written fold in New York at a ton. These [gentlemen to the surrounding locals i piano, and Mrs. Bryan accompanying bis resignation ami hud left instruct-; stones had been collected during the aud more interest in the hospital has j the soloists Rev Bryan spoke brief- ions that it was to be brought down on i war to be used in the manufacture of i been aroused also by the varied ly in the course of the evening, wet- certain date. Those initrnctious i sus musics, and as they were now of of dtstricts from which the patients I coming those present, while J. T'. Wii- had been strictly adhered to. j no further use, 500 tons were cleared! have come in. It has been claimed j lartl conducted the verse content W Imprisonment For Miners out for stove use. that iho town should drop the hos-' A. Blenner-Haasett oecum-m'- the bon- Flrst -reading was giron the bill to, ________ amend the Prisons and Reformatories Act. Hon. C. J. Doherty. minister of tice, explained that the amendmeut would advance, the age at which n minor rouKl be sent to a prison from 16 to IS ye.ara. Another amendment will malic. changes in the reformatory regulations in Xova Scotia. On motion of S, TT. Jacobs (George Etieime firyt reading was giv- en to a the of '-vhit-h is to eularpe th.-j .-x-npt1 of the Ha.akrjptcy Act a ad tu the KngHslj and vr-vsions. Ths Cattle Embargo Mr. sui.i h-? 4 commisFirn v.-a? bi'ing appointed in England to esquirfe iula the embargo on Canadian cattle. He wished to know whether {.'anada -.vnulii be rep- resented on this commission. The premier replied that the government bad hot yet received the terms of the communication. Upon these would de- pend the action oc the government. He could assure the hoiiso that all facts in support of the Canadian con- tention would be laid before the com- mission. Hon. Murphy aald that in Tiow of the fact that the prime ter of Australia had announced thru the parliament of the commonwealth j be given an opportunity to cuss matters which would come before the imperial conference in June, would the premier of Canada give the house a similar chance? Hon. Arthur Meighcn said that ha had already announced that an oppor- tunity would be given for such a dis- cussion. Liberals Object Objection was raised wheu Hon. C. J. Doherty moved the house into sup- ply to take up the department of jus- tice estimates. Liberal members protested that they should have been given notice of the intention to proceed with these estimates. The premier read from Hansard to Ghow that he had informed the last night that justice estimates would proceeded with. F. S. Cassel (Pontfaei, refused to consent to the committee proceeding vith justice estimates, and estimates of the department of agriculture were proceeded with. The item of for publications Everybody j Smckes OLD CHUN It has that meDbw richness (hat to every smoker. JVAS SUFFERING FROM INDIGESTION NO FEAR NOW Indigestion is one of the worst forms of stomach trouble, and many people suffer terribly after every they eat The rising and souring of the food, pains in the stomach, heart- burn, brain, belching of win.-i, Tomitlng shortly after eating, etc, some of symptoms. There is no need for any person to fte troubled -with indigestion, dynpen. sia or any other stomach trouh'.e if they would only take Burdock Blood Bitters, which contains a combination of nature's roots, herbs, barks and berries; a combination that cannot help but nut the stomach right. Mr. H. H. Collins, Norton, Jf. B., was with the overseas forces for four years and two months, and in October, 1916, I was unfortun- ate enough to be wounded and taken prisoner. I was a prisoner for years, tho food they- gave is was not good at time, and after a few j months I found I was suffering fron.' indigestion. When I cpme IIOIHB in July, 1319, I was nearly a wreck. I was told to use Burdock Blood Hit- ters. I did so and found great relii't'. 1 and can now cat without fear of painn and sickness. I would recommend i B. B. B. to all who suiter from in- digestion." Burdock Blood Bitters has been on the market for orer forty years, and during that time hus made a reputa- tion second to noun for relieving all stomach troubles. Manufactured only hy The T. -Milburn Co., 1-Imltml, To- ronto, GJire Quality" Frequent "CROSS" TREAD (NON..SKID) a Test of the strength or endurance of tire construction, or of the everlasting tpughness of tire materials, faces you, how grateful you feel that you have good tires on your car, Sudden starts, sudden stops, skidding, rubbing curbs or backing against them are real ordeals of endurance tests of quality. "Gutta Percha" Tiroes have stood the strain of city driving with epoch- making success. Whether Cord or Fabric, "Qutta Percha" Tires have that in them which stands for the highest possibilities of satisfaction. ASK YOUR DEALER-HE WILL RECOMMEND THEM SOLD BY ALMOST EVERY .TIRE DEALER IN THE DOMINION o djs fat you on 'Gutta Percha Tires COttD and FABRIC TIRES Head Office and Factory; i! TORONTO GUTTA PERCHA RUBBER, LIMITED f Branches in Leading Cidet of the Pominion ;