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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta No Rail Subsidies At This Session Announcement by Hon. Reid- Charter Granted Line in Yukon OTTAWA, Press) ID ambers of thn railway com- niittno vcro informed this morning that tho Muyo Valloy ed (whoso bill of Incorporation was under did not luive suf- liciont visible capital to finance Its coasln.ction, a strong opposition de- veloped to tho granting of the char- ter. Hon. J. D. Held, minister of railways tnd canals, in dissenting from thie view, argued that -each applicatioi should bo (Jcfllt with purity merits. He, however, Kiiva tWo. bill's sponsors tho following warning: "Promoters of this railway need noi think because the bill passes througl this committee that: they can come to mo and expect a subsidy. The Geor Elan Bay canal lias been asking for a subsidy ever since" it started. I' not recommend any subsidy (luring the present session, and furthermore 1 think it will be several sessions bs foro any will -be' granted." The projected line is to be 50 miles He used them for His Rheumatism WHY B. C. MAN RECOMMENDS DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS N. P. Molander Tells Why He Feels a Position to Say Dodd's Kidney Pills are Beneficial. Kitchener, B. C., Mar. feel a lot better since I started using Dodd's Kidney Pills for ray Rheti matlsm. They havo done, mn a lot of good and I am satisfied I can recom- mend Dodd's Kidney Pills to anybody as very beneficial." N. P. Molandcr, who .makes the above statement, is a well-known and respected resilient of this place. That statement and hundreds of other? along tho same lines are the founda- tion of the reputation Dodd's Kidney Pills have made. Dodd's Kidno-y Pills are a kidney remedy. People who have'used them say they are good for sick kidneys. Everybody knows that healthy kidneys are absolutely essential to good health. The kidneys strain the impurities out of the blood. It the impurities re- main in tho blood trouble is bound to follow. Ask your neighbors if Dodd's Kidney Pills are not a splendid remedy for sick Nobody Can Toll. When You Di.rken Gray, Faded Hair With Sage Tea Grandmother kept her hair beauti- fully darkened, glussy and attractive with a br.ew of. Sago Sulphur. Whenever her hair took "on' that dull, faded or streaked appearance, this simple mixture was applied, w.fth won- derful effect." By aslfing at. qny drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur you will get a large bottle of this old-time recipe, improved by the addition ot" other ingredients, all ready to use, at very little cost. This simple mixture can ho depended upon to restore natural color and beauty to the hair. A well-known downtown druggist Rays everybody uses Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound now because it darkens so naturally and evenly that nobody can tell it has been it's so easy to use, too. You simply dampen a comb or soft brush arid draw it through the hair, taking one stram at a time, By morning the gray hair disappears; after another application or two, it is restored to its natural color, and looks glossy, soft and beau- IOIIK. ti'iur tlio junction of the Mayo mid Htuwart HVON la Yukon, tn up vulunblti mining Imodr company is to bo tMiplt.il (zed at 000, unrt thn flitlmatt; jf con- struction Is between uml 000 per The hill way .xutted without rovinlon und will be reported to the Kettle Villty Line An application of Kettle Valley Railway company for power to in- crease its bonding powers from tO'flfiO.OOO waa paiuwd. On an act to incorporate the Mani- toba and Northwestern Hallway com- pany of Canada. B. T. W. Myers, Kindenley, protested against ing charters when railway companies claimed financial conditions would not warrant any building for years. E. P. Fllntoft, representing the Canadian Pacific Railway, argued that the com- panies had to lay their plans In ad- vance. C. K. Long, North Battleford, argu- ed that the companies should go ahead and build on charters they had spt'ured yearn ago before asking new charters The C.P.R. had started construction on all lines that were authorized years ago, except the Cut knife-Lloyd minst- er line, ..where considerable difficulties had arisen in surveys, Mr. Flintoft said! He understood .the Cutknife line was to start this year, Tho com- panies must have charter rights in order to escape piece-meal railway development. H. O. Wright, Rattlcford. said he had a petition asking him to oppose any further Canadian Pacific Railway until woric oa; the Cutknife line was started. He wanted some- thing definite from the company. The clauses carried and tho hill was re- ported. No Special Effort For Immigration This Year-Calder Says Movement at Present is Satisfactory and Nothing More Contemplated WINNIPEG, Mar. satisfac- tory movement of immigrants from overseas and the United States was reported by Hon. J. A. federal minister of immigration, who passed through Winnipeg today en route to Ottawa from Regina, where he lias heen visiting his mother, who is recovering from an illness. In reply to a question as to whether ihe government would make any spec- al expenditure this year to increase immigration, Mr. Calder stated that, this would not be done, the intention being to maintain the existing organ- ization. New York Physician Claims Phosphate Discovered .By French Scientist Is God- send to Weak, Nervous folks. "Let those who are weak, thin, ner- Tons, anaemic or run-down, take a natural, unadulterated substance- such as Bitro-Phosphate and you will soon Bee some astonishing results in th increase of nerve energy, strength of horly and mind and power of endur- says Dr. Joseph Harrigail. D. Higinbotham Co., Limited, or any good druggist will supply tlio genuine BItro-Phosphate at reason able TSach package of "Diamond Dyes" contains simple directions to dye old, faded, shabby materials whether wool, Milk, linen, cotton or mixed goods, any new, rich, fadeless color. ;Buy no other Where is the world supply of dignity moat needed? George Ade tells you In March Cosmopolitan, now on naln. Get your copy Advert Lsi'mejit. Next Five Years TeDs Fate Europe Sir Philip Gibbs so Declares Prior to Departure for England NEW YORK, Mar. Philip Gibbs, tho noted British war correspondent and writer, sailed today for England, ending a three weeks' visit to this country, dur- ing -which ho addressed large audi- ences -in a number of Canadian and United States cities. Last night he was the guest of the allied loyalty league at a farewell held at the Biltmore hotel. Sinn Fein sympathizers made an effort to embarrass him at the last moment, by distributing pamphlets at the door of the hotel, assailing as dis- loyal those who would honor him. Sir Philip said that possibility ex-! ists of another war which would ruin I Europe. The next five years will show whether Europe will progress o decay, he added. DUBLIN, Mar. police- men were killed and one wounded in an ambush in Keatleow, county Raicommon today. A bomb was thrown in the Dundrurn residen- tial suburb of Dublin last even- ing, wounding two constables. Two men were shot dead, three houses burned and several wreck- ed during a general Sinn Fein at- tack in Rosiea, county Fermangh, according to official advices re- ceived here today. MAY NOT SPEAK IN WINDSOR ARMORIES WINDSOR, Mar. for the proposed lecture of William E "Pussy Foot" Johnson on April u. fear that the speaker will not be able to appear on that date. Dispatches from Hampton. Virginia, yesterday, stated that the famous pro- itbition lecturer had been taken ser- iously ill with a throat infection and at present ill.Lutheran Hospital In that city. His remaining dates have heen can- celled and his wife called to his lied- REMAND AGAIN !N SABIN6 MURDER TORBNTO, Mar. Santry, Doy Iio'trum and Wm. McFaddeil remanded today on thn charge of n'nir- lorliiB Cecil SabirjC, druggist, in his store here, whllo they wnrn robbing tho place. KOTAKIANS DISCUSS KaminlsluU dull. I'.nl fUtW WmtK wlil'" lho "f vurlnua coin. MUIh WUKh. Kfcl OK IS rwiilvvil anil considered. FOIIT WILMA.M, 23- This 'Among the important In was tint moraine; was SIKMK. by the notary con-! report of (he citnuuititM- on work volition in u round table conference ut, prcaunted by the chairman, Dr. A. W. Thompson of KuKlna and th.-.i uf the cnmtnlttnn on pulillc affairs by K. llodite of Moo.se Jaw. N'omlnatkm of candidates for lho oftico of district governor will take place after- noon. A Laxative The Old Can Rely On I ft.. i. lit _ o____ in _ ,_ Let them take Dr. Caldwell'. Syrup Pepsin for Constipation. Mild and gentle. Never food effect ELDERLY people know how much more difficult It Is each year as they got older to avoid the ill eitects of chronic conatipttion. Tho stomach and bowel relax as ago ad- vances, and as you arc naturally leas active, in time they wor'c onljr by Hliinulation. You try dieting and exorcise, and then take medicine. simple laxative herbs with pep- nin. It aeta .mildly, gently and without griping. It HO trains the stomach and Ixwel muscles that in time medicine of all kinds can be dispensed with. When people Dr. Caldwell's Laxative All medicines, however, are not suited to elderly people any more than to children, so you will be glad to know of a par- ticular medicine, tnat acts as rear to Nature as haa yet been found. Itisa prescription written thirty odd years ago by Dr. W. B. Galdwell, who is himself now in the 82nd year of his age and still active in his profession. It 18 known in the trade as Dr. Caldwell's Laxai ive Syrup Pep- sin, and you can buy it under that name at any drug store. A sixty-cent bottle will last an average family many .months, snd all can use it. Dr. Caldwell's Laxative Syrup Pepsin is a combination of Syrun and see how won- derfully it acts theyrcalixe how unnecessary it is to use drastic salt waters, pills and powders, for these do but temporary good and are. weakening to most constitutions. Dr. Caldwell's Laxative Syrup Pepsin, on the contrary, is BO naLuraland safe, (it contains no narcotic or strong that two_ generations of mothers have giveo it to their babies. Take a teaspoonful the nexi time you feel any distress of the stomach, liver or bowels, if you are constipated, have a head- ache, cold or fever, if you are bilious, dyspeptic, tired. If Dr. Caldwell'a Laxative Syrup Pep- sin should ever fail to do as claimed you can have your money refunded. More people use it than any other laxative in the world. A, h, i, lod-r in hi. ,w .....H TRY IT FREE Then are heads of families who wiU want to prove to their own satisfaction that my Laxative Syrup Pepsin as effective in constifKUt'on, ax mild and gjiule m action, as pleasant-tasting and safe, as I claim. Let such write me for a free sample. It will be sent postpaid. Address Dr. W. R Culdwdl, 19 Front Street, Bridgehurg, Qr.t, Special Display of Local-fed ME A TS We are serving a large number of customers these days, and can please you, too. FREE! FREE! PREMIUM HAM will be given on Saturday night next to'the person making the nearest guess to the weight of the special large ham in our window. Every pur- chaser has a guess. DELANYS ME A T Co. Ltd. 210 FIFTH ST. SOUTH. GEO. A. DELANY, Mgr. Doughty Enters "M w m Not Guilty Plea TORONTO, Mar. months afttr. bu committal In the police court, John Doughty came up for trial tn the sessions today and pleaded "not guilty" to 1 charge of stealing in Do- minion of Canada bonds from his former employer. Ambrose J. Small, the missing millionaire the- atrical man. OXO Cube. eomaladM protein of the atimulktinff They build up health wui strenfthin remarkable way Better than ftecf-ttt Columbia Records Are Sold by the Following Dealers: Assiniboia Music Co. DEALERS 315 6th St. S. Phone 1545 Lethbridge, Alta. J.D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. AGENTS THE REXALL STORE ALBERTA'S PIONEER DRUGGISTS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS PHONES 1515 AND 322 Henson Music Co., Cardston RAYMOND PHARAMCY C, J. RITTER Complete April List Now on Sale Song Hits O-H-I-O AlJolsoB Want to Go to the Land Where the Sweet Daddies Grow Van and Scbeick Look for the Silver Sally Marion Harris I'm Gonna Dolt If I Like It Marion Harris Her Famiti Nora Bayes Just Sriap Your Fingers at From' Tkt Grttnuich Villejc Felliit Nora Bayes My Lasi Dollar Bert Williams I'm Gonna Quit Saturday Bert Williams Craiy MUM Mary Stafford and Her fazi Band Royal Garden Blues Miry Stafford and Her Jan Band Rose of My Heart Samuel Ash Beautiful Hawaii Campbell and Burr A-3M1 Jl.M ll.M A-33M ll.M A- I ll.M A.3365 ll.M A-3343 A Southern l.ulb.hy Dear "Barbara Maurel larbara Maurel 1 A-33SS f ll.M Dance Records Brljht The Leo F. Reisman Oreh. Love Foj-Trot The tea F. Keismsn Orch. A-.1JM Foi-Trot ____________ You Ouihtl See My Baby Yerkes Jszarimba Orch, Yertes Jazarimba Orch. A-33M t. f ll.M Now and The Happy Six A-J35S The Happy Six ll.M Remember PaulBiurTHo Happy Hottentot -Song Foi-Trot Paul Bifs: Trio and Frank Cruodt Down the Trail to Home, Sweet Yerkea Jazarimba Orchestra Dearest Waltz Prince's Dance Orcli a A-. f II. II..5 Tan to 1 _ flrquesta Arjentiiia Orquata Arfentina j Instrumental Music l.argo Serenade iTichubert-Elmaii) Tablo Casals I Toscha Stidel Easter and Sacred Music The Palms The Holy City Louis Grivenre Louis Gravcurc j I to Tell the Story Oscar Seagle and Columbia Quartette A-3354 Nearer My God to Thee Oscar and Columbia Quartette An Enter-lime of Columbia Reeordi will bring Janting pleasure to your iirniiy end fiiendt. Send tlisi musical remembranca in the beautiful Enter Record Gift Envelopes, with appropiiatc vevae and decoritiono. Sold by Columbia dealers. New Columbia ImliciJatlly impccltj. Durclli, Jtliflilful. iccutlie in eatnj Jtliit. New an Smli ml til Col- umbia DloUn tht 20th ff Mmntk. COLUMBIA r.MAPHOPHO.VIC COMPANY, ;