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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. MAHCII 23. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Canada s One Best Method Whereby Traffic for C.N.R. Can b Provided Is a Strong Immigration Policy of President Iteatt.v of C. P. Just Siinrtsighted (Special lo The .Man.. March on the subject of the delicit on the Canadian National railway, Mr. W. Beatty. president of tho C. K.. stated that ho was iiroparcd to malto any .'tatemont. except that the fact must not bo forgotten that tho management of the National Kailiriiy were operating under exceptionally dilticnlt circumstances, not of their n.'aking but emphasised in their ease by Ulti unnecessary mileage com- prised 111 a system, part of which were- limit for competition with the other and not as part of a single Iransnor- tation unit. The C. F. II. president stated that the gravity of the situation ccnld not be denied ana thai, a solution or ibo difficulties facing the Canadian people in the possession of this ex-! tensive system was one which should the attention of the best minds and the advice of the host ex- perts in the country, Situation is Critical ''I am afraid.'' he .said, "tbait many] people in Canada do not snliieicntlyj that the most urgent and cs-{ sentinl need today is ir.Hva.--o in pop-, illation not only to provide traffic tori the railroads, but also to help pay our] enormous national So! far as the railways are concerned, thoj jiational are even more cou- the extent of sparsely populated conn-j try in which so much of their mileage' is located. j Foundation of C. P. R. Succass i It was an propaganda that built up the Canadian1 prospects Canadian National islation which would stem Uio tide of desirable immigration nro-Ji, inevitably pile up further deficits, for immigra- tion' Is Canada's great salvation, -llr. Crerar. wh.i was jiv.ealiing particularly in tho interests'of-tho National Rail- porlioy of tho tooLIll To receive a fill- ins that n-lli stay, this Infected den- tine must ho cut away. Then the cav- ity uiimt be given that will give the filling us much support as pon- J slble, that will allow tho filling to pro- j lect the margins of the enamel, and that will retain tile filling in tho I tooth. 1'jVcn a small cavity will have a much larger area of infected dentine than you would imagine. It you ailow your teeth to decay until you can find tho cavities yourself, tho chances are tbat tho or nerve, as it Is incor- rectly called, will become inflamed. Then thero Is real trouble. The best filling is a small one. because if there has been very little, destruction of j .the tooth there very littlo I loss ot contour and ot strength, ami I impoitiint of all, where tlio cav-' 'ily is smaU'tho pulp is safe. Do mil' neglect your teeth until largo fillings arc necessary. SPANISH PRESS REPORTERS THREATEN TO TIE THINGS UP NOW March liZ.-KolIoviiiR IOHK period of labor Iroublen, Spain now faced with u new variety of walkout. A Ktrlko of parliamentary reporloi-s Is threatened. It wan dis- closed today. The press nailery men are disuUis- ficil with conditions under whichThoy h.ivti been working and HHTO refused tu continue unless HOHIO now system of giving out Information is provided. After tin; last cabinet meeting they wero refused admittance to thtr resi- dence of the premier and-were qblig- oil to lake notes on the sidewalk un- der the eye of policemen who pre- vented them from approaching mem- bers of the ministry. The govern-, ment has announced that in tut- lire it will send a report direct to edi- tors. PAGE ELEVEN The "rainmaker" will arrive Medicine Hat about April 15. DANDERINE Ul PACKERS AND Stops Hair Coming Out; Thickens, Beautifies. Sides Have Tentatively Agreed on Biisis For Settlement IVASIIIXGTON-. March between the five big an" wil1 bu amicably sai" ten- agroe" to a at A few buys "Danderine." After a few applications you cannot find a fallen hair or any dandruff, be- sides every hair shows new life, vigor, j brightness, more color and abuud- How does the man going through! the audience convey to'the blind-fold-! ed lady on the stage what he is hold- ing up for her to .name? Read Fred C. Kelly's article in March Cosmopoli- tan. Get it another address to the foreign born, immigrants, commenting on the pro- j gross theyhaci made in Western Can-; ada .and pointing out that over fifty i Tier cent, of the students in Manitoba i Tniversity of foreign parentage.] The same evidence is contributed in an Interesting article in the Grain Growers Guide.' in reference to the throjulmndrad.tliQjisand Ukrainians in I Western'CanaJu in -which it is stated! that these people sturdy farming j stock from Central Europe have four large educational institutions at Sas- katoon, Winnipeg and Edmonton, re- spectively, and had -become a real as- set lo Canada. 'Phe people from the; Scandinavian countries have made ad- mirable settlors. During the year I nearly of these came as i immigrants to Canada of vvhicli only ten were deported. All of them are thrifty, hard-wprkinff people. I quite' those, who object to thn Immigration of ''city-broil continentals of pgoJ' physique and doubtful health, who would at once -drift into slums, or of large communities of boriVwho frankly declare fhey do not intend to assimilate with English- speaking Canadians, but I consider It absolutely necessary to the immediate benefit of Canada, financially, com- mercially and traffic conditions that the gates of Canada he once more op- ened not only to tho British. French i and American immigration, but also to the Scandinavian and the more de- sirable type of continental. It is not only faun hands and domestics who are required. What progress can Canadian industry make if the skilled mechanic, is to be practically shot And withom Canadian industry are to find exports for the Canadian mcrehunt marine. We nei- ther can, nor dare stop this tide of j desirable immigration or say to it. like f'iimifp. 'Thus far and no 'further.' Policies which arc perfectly approp- riate in case of llio United States not necef-Eiirily be applicable to this country. By all means let us ei- elude tho undesirable immigrant but admit, those v.-ho in time will contrib- ute to this country's mercantile pros- perity and economic strength." nt tho comeieiu.e late toda; MANY SENT FROM RUSSIA XEW YORK, Mar. hun- dred and eighty thousand war pris- oners of all .nationalities, have been taken out oC'Ilussia or sent back by the various Baltic routes up to the middle of this, month by repatriation agents of the League of it was announced here today by the league's news bureau. Hundreds o( thousands of prisoners, it was said, still remain to be repatriated. The An- Ticau repatriation commit- tea has contributed toward the ,'oxpcnsc of the work, furnishing means for restoring prisoners. Cuticura Soap Clears the Skin and Keeps it Clear PCZEMA Ton are not Ing w li ii n yon use Dr. Oillt- _ mcnt for Eczema ant skin Irrita- tlons. It relieves at onco and cni'lu-, ully heals tlio skin, sample hox Chase's Ointment Ireo if you mention tills paper and send 3c. stamp for postage, soc. a box; all dealers or EUmansou, Batea Co.. Mimttil. Toronto. NAB ANARCHIST IN BARCELONA: BARCELOXA, Spain, Mar. i lice authorities ot. this city have ar-j rested an anarchist .named Domench i on suspicion that he vvas involved Ini the plot of the assassination of Prem-1 ier Dato. Another arrest made is that i of a prominent syndicalist niFchanic, i who worked at Talavera with Ramou i Casanellas. ono of tho supposed as-1 sassins of the premier. I The name which for quality "YOUR TEETH' Fillings By Proctor McGce, M.D., D.D. S., Editor Oral Hygiene. A filling is a repair in a tooti Tlicro arc many Muds of tilling mate rials. Each one has some special qual- ity that causes it to be selected for a certain cavity. A cavity is a hole in a tooth usually caused by caries, which is decay of tlio teeth. To prepare a cavity .for filling, tee dentist 'must remove all decay and all of the tooth structure that has been invaded by decay, [f a tooth could be successfully filled by simply removing tho actual de- cayed portion and then placing tho fililnit, the job would be a very easy one, both for the patient and tilu den- tist. The hard n.irl of o. tootli, you know, is composed of enamel aud den- ilnn. The dentine is similar to boue mill 1ms a groat many Ill'tlo lubes call- ed tubiill, running from the pulp in the centre of (he tooth to tlio outer tairfuci; of the dentine just in of the cnninel. Tlio bacteria, decay alous these tiihuli and RO Ur ahead of. tho: actually destroyed j ;1 Grandma is Their Doctor an old fashioned v bureau, in a house i ;now, lies a large-sized New Testament with the binding well worn, and with it a much-used old copy of Dr. Phase's Receipt Bpok. When he calves have the colic or he neighbor's baby the ear- ache, 'Grandma' hands out veil-assimilated advice from he Dr. Chase Book. When Grandma' herself feels 'run- 'own.' Dr. Chase's Nerve stands ready on the inir.g-room table among the alt and pepper shakers." In these few simple words lira. Bert, Smith, Way's [ills, Que., beautifully de- cribes the way in which lany a grandmother is a lessing to her family and to her neighbors as a guardian of health. And what finer compli- ment can be paid to Dr. Chase's Receipt Book and Dr. Chase's Medicines than the approval of such moth- ers of experience as the one described. Just as in this home, Dr. Chase's Almanac hangs on the wall in the great major- ity of Canadian homes, and in the cupboard or medicine chest will be found one or more of Dr. Chase's Medi- cines ready for use in case of emergency. you did not receive a copy of Dr. ChaRc's Almanac it will be sent free by Rd- mansion, Bates Co Toronto. Tiie Dissolution Sale 7s Still In Full Swtog! The opening days of this sale have been record-beakers. sands of dollars' worth of high-grade merchandise has been moved in a short space of time but we must sti" do greater things in or- der to reach the goal of our ambition. Clear to the Wail is Dur Object With this end in view we have gone through many lines now on sale' cutting still deeper in order to effect a quick clearance which we must do in a limited time. OUR CLOTHING PRICES In buying a suit of clothes it's not what you pay but it's what you get for your money that counts. we claim the "bulge." CLOTHING WE HAVE ON SALE CANNOT BE REPLACED AT OUR PRESENT SALE PRICES. We are now talking quality merchandise, and where quality counts we win. Save 40% and More On Your Easter Outfitting SUITS With value attached to each one; rag. Sale SLIP-ON OVERCOATS Sale RAINCOATS Regular Sale QUALITY SUITS Regular Sale SUITS Regular Sale SLIP-ON OVERCOATS Regular Sale BETTER GRADE SUITS Regular Sale HAND-TAILORED SUITS Regular Sale Easter Hats For Men STETSON HATS Regular Sale JAEGER'S SHIRTS Regular Sale New Style sin Men's Soft Hat Regular up to Sale .25 BORSALINO HATS Regular Sale CLUETT SHIRTS Regular Sale SPRING CAPS Regular Sale GREY FLANNEL SHIRTS Regular Sale Heavy Ulster Coats; regular price on sale TROUSERS Regular Sale WORK GLOVES Regular Sale WORK SHIRTS Regular Sale SUSPENDERS Reg. 75c and Sale 45c JAEGER COMBINATIONS Regular 50; Sale Fine Lisle Thread Combinations Regular Sale LISLE HOSE Regular 60c; Sale 5c HOSIERY Cashmere; regular 75c and Sale 45c TROUSERS Regular Sale CORDUROY TROUSERS Regular Sale Stanfield's Fine Wool Combinations Regular Sale BEDFORD CORD TROUSERS Regular Sale WORK MITTS Lined; reg. Sale CORDUROY OVERALLS .Regular Sale WORK SHIRTS Regular Sale COAT SWEATERS Regular Sale HOSIERY Regular Sale 85c Carhartt Overalls Regular Sale Heavy ribbed Combinations; regular Heavy ribbed two-piece Stan- field's; regular Sale........ Stanfield's nine wool combina- tions; regular Sale........ SUMMER UNDERWEAR Porous Combinations; regular Sale........... Khaki and Blue Combination Overalls; regular McKelvie The "2" M's WE MUST UNLOAD THIS NOW AND SAVE STORE OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY LARGEST DISTK1SUTORS OF MEN'S WEAR IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. McGuire ;