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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MAHCH 1921 THE LETUBRIDGE DAILY HEKAM> PAGE ELEVEN Now Sir Henry WiD Never Get Vote of Women be Said Canadian Women Were Responsible For Heavy Im- ports From U. S. a hlouaft tbut ooit ID New York mid tho Home would colt me In TurouCo." "Shlftlnn tho blame onto the shoulilerr. oC the women U iin wuy of HuttliiK rM of It, Isn't oil Mrs. H. Sinythe, president Iho local Council of Women. "Who Imports tho trulls mil tho vegetables? not the Japan in Trouble With Siberians FEELING IN ITALY TORONTO, Toronto i _____ quoted 'In interrlows in the I Olobo, airing rathnr iinoorffpiimeu- 1 tar Eastern Republic Has fciv- of Sir of Sir Henry Drayton's recent statement that much or tho recpoiMlbilltf for the the Canadian gold in the United could be laid on the shoulders cf Canadian "What exclaimed Mrs. L. A. Hnpiltbu, member ot tbe Toronto city council, with a inked Blr Henrys reported remark. '.'It's the old 'story ot Eden and the tree and the original Mr a. Hamilton addid. She eaid she believed that AraericMf-mado articles were bought here by women who did not know thej from the United States. Sir' Henry's Suits Mrs. A. H. Beatton, president o[ the Women's Liberal association, Tor- onto, asked: "Does Sir Henry Dray- ton know tliat the quality of many Canadian-made articles Is not so good as tbe Quality of the same article in United States? he know that American aluminum ware wilt last six times as long us Canadian Resentment Shown by Incident in Hotel Where Russ. Trade Delegation Slaying THE TORTURES or en flights to Soviet Russia Japan Resents it Mrs. Beatton her tarn asked a nuestion: "Does anyone 4 know if Sir plenty himself always wears suits Jt Canadian "It's an unfair declared TOKYO, will be obliged to adopt whatever action may be deemed necessary to preserve her rights in Kamchatka if the Uussian Par Eftatem republic persisty in its course ot transferring n part ot that to the authority 01 the Rus- sian soviet, govi.irnment. Viscount foreign minister, declared in the house of peers today, After stating that Japan had re- cently received information that this transfer tiad bfien made, he said this country had sent a protest to the Far Eastern republic administration at Chita and had submitted five de- mands. He declared that these de- mands had not >is yet beeh accepted. Japan has extensive interests in Kamchatka. This report of the transfer of part of the peninsula of Kamchatka to the soviet government in Moscow appears to have a direct bearing upon con- cessions granted there to.Washington Vanderlip of California by the Dol- The con- KO.ME, Mar. against j the commercial delegation at present in city is running high iU the hotel where- members of the are staying. At dinner last night a French engineer lor many years a resident ot" Russia, asked M. Vorovslty, head of the delegation I" a ioud voice how the Russians got the treasures found by the customs au- thorities in their baggage when they arrived. These treasures have been turned- over to the director of cus- toms. M. did not answer shevik regime In Russia. Mrs. P. MacGregor of the University (cession, covering the exploitation of Women's club. "I think there is a {the oil coal and fishery interests was good deal of truth in what he says, I granted last year. of course, but there is something to j The j-jghts of the Far Eastern re- be said on the woman's side, too. I public have been in the past cbusid- know that at this moment I am wear- ereii a formidable obstacle to the con- and thy Frenchman continued by saying tho Bolshevik had demanded that his sister surrender her gold wrist watch, lie declared that when she refused to, obey they had beaten her unconscious and then taken the watch. ''This is only a mild he said. Still remaining silent M. Vorovsky j beckoned a detective charged with his protection who merely opted his com- plaint and then bowed to the French- men, who as a parting shot, said "Tho Russian delegate still imagines himself in Russia, but unfortunately we are in Italy." Virtually all the gueats at the hatel have signed a.demand that the Rus- sians must leave, or that the guests will not answerable for- any pleasant consequences. I Cold and catarrhall affections of the! nose and throat use Inn BAUME BENGUE tot effective relief. IlEWtKE OF SUKTmrrO mom B TNI UEMIHa MIlEt CO.. LTD.I MONTREAL Ainu lor Dr. Julr. n-srrfl RELIEVES PAIN I summation of the transaction which United States interests would secure the concession. Increases Asked Would Add No Free Passage Prom Old Land Many Millions to Canada's Unless Dominions Are Willing I Annual Bill HappHy Stopped When He 3 OTTAWA Sr., UUI.L, P. Q. T with Rhett- tttatism, hfilnf forced to stay in bed for live moctlis. .1 tried all liia'Js of medicine without relief and thought I would never bo iblc to -walk agnin. Ono day while in bed, read tlie great t'niit medicine; and it secratd just, needed, so I decided lo try it. The first box ktfye-i ttte, ud I look tbe tablets regularly until eiery the Rheumatism left me." LORENZO LEDtC. 50c. box, 6 for trial site At all dealers or tent postpaid by Fmit-a-tircs Limited, Ottawa. Such is Forecast of Provincial Secretary David of Quebec i I .MONTREAL. Mar. I ton. 1- A. Unvid. provincial iHirrctary, speaking yesterday ths Women's Cana- dian club as a repi'Oopntative nf Urn I'Yenoh Canadians in Canada, dociar- hi.-; helir'F that Canadians would eventually possess complete autonomy as nation and that they would be nominated by a purely "Canadian mentality." compounded of tiio men- tal aUitiule.s of the inhabitants ol' all her provinces, but qnito free from im- perialistic leanings 'or racial pre- That Wretched Cough your jroof you quickly diMppear for good, when you take JVA DtfUCO of T It up the cold well as the the inflamed membranes of throat and branchial tubes M it loosens the phlpgm and irritation. You may be sure of quick relief and lasting benefit whm you take this dependable remedy. Very agreeable in tafte. Excellent for children.' M ly Nitiond tint ni Chewed CwipinT Ciudt, Luutd. minion vras unanimous in rejecting evidence regarding physical values 1 and reproduction costs. Under a ma-j "i am not at present a separation- Jorlty ruling Commission, Fob.j iFt." said Mr. David, "but I believe that our country has at the present "PUSSY FOOT" TO SPEAK !N MASSEY HALL INCREASE CAPITALIZATION NORTH GERMAN ULYOD CO. WASHINGTON, Mar. zation of the North German Lloyd company lias been increased from marks to marks, the new issue of stock to participate iu dividend earnings in 1921, accord- ing to a report to the United States department of comfiiercu today from Coiiiu of Berlin. Con- struction of ships the develop- ment of service, he said, are expect- ed to be carried out by tills increase in capital. ruary Yesterday Mr. Tatt rendered judg- tinif tho rislit lo look fo-'nvartfTo-i ment rejecting this evidence and it thf most perfect, measure autonomy it deems possible." TORONTO, March eonnec- Hon. W. Tr. Tat'c dissented. I tion with tho referendum campaign the Outario branch of the Dominiou alliance has arranged for an address by E. "Pussy Foot" Johnson in Massey Hall on April 10 and on ApriU 17, Dr. G. W. Salzby of London, Eng- land, chairman o? the British govern- ment birthright commission and a dis- Of was concurred in by Kir C'as- Sir Thomas White. P.E.I. JUDGE DEAD P. K. I, Mar. -2. Tim death occurred here last night of Hon. R. U. Fitzgerald, aged 74, a judge of the supremo court of Prince Edward Island since 1892. W. R. Fitzgerald of Peaco River, Alta., is a son. tinguished authority on eugenics, will speak. Soccer, locally, is In for a big fillip this year if all the fanning'counta for anything. Kvidence as lo Physical Value! of Lines in U. S. Will Be I Rejected STEAMER ARRIVALS Bolingbroke at Antwerp, from JolnuN-B. New Georgia at Port Natal, frpm St. John, N.B. Rochanibeau at Havre, from New York. Is Edgar Allan Poe's "The Murders in the Rue Morgue" the most grue- some story ever told? Get March Cos- mopolitan and read "Tho Fiend." by Courtney Ryley Cooper. It's a thriller! j MONTREAL. March A dispute based on American law. arose over the profier by Grand Trunk counsel of a scries of evidence regarding the act- ual values of tho Central Vermont Railway as United States subsidiary of the Grand Trunk, at yesterday's session of the Grand Trunk arbitra- tion commission here. Objection was taken by W. N. Tilley, counsel for the government, following which a lengthy legal argument took place, participat- ed in by both American and Canadian lawyers. For the first time the whole corn- Medicine Hat Teachers' Alliance is still trying to negotiate a new salary schedule. STIFF JOINTS Limber Up After Being Rubbed With "ABSORBINE JR." A rtitf knee, due to or a stiff ankle, the result of a or a stiff arm. because of a he relieved of pain and stififneM, by the uae of JR." Many peopie who have limped and Buffered for now have free use of their Umba treating themselves with "ABSORB1NE JR." Thii successful home treatment gives prompt relief from Rheumatic rain, Lumbago, Sciatica, Inflamma- tion of the Joints, Weeping Sinew atsd Lameness and Stiffness. No matter what else you have trisd, get a bottle of "ABSORBINE JR." see what relief it will give you. a most druggists or sent postpaid by W. F. INC., Lyman Building, Montreal. a? OTTAWA, March special committee of sold- March iers' civil re-establishment again dis- Assoclated in the', cussed the G. W. V. A. resolutions at i housa- of commons last evening re- its meeting this morning. Col. Thomp- garding the free passages to the dominions issued by the overseas set- tlement committee, Col, L. S. Amery, son the pension board said that If, pensions were increased to widows without children to ?75 a month, v-s colonial imder-secretary, reiterated j would mean an Increase of in this branch. The increase Involved inj granting a pension of a month to widows "with childreft plus the re-or- ganized allowance to children would be while increases to wid- ows with dependent mothers would aggregate An increase of that no free passages were granted without the approval of the represen- tatives of tho dominions. The government was aware, lie ad- mitted, that unemployment existed on a considerable scale in the dominions and as a result of the attitude of the dominion representatives large was implied in the resolution classes of industrial workers had been jasking for pensions to all dependent refused passages. Some industrial 'next of kin equal to that proposed for workers had gone to the dominions at thei rowu expense, and found themsel- widowed mother without children, Would Cost in difficulties, but the machinery! The resolution asking for a pension set up by the government had'done its basis at the monthly rate of one dol- part in discouraging the workers from Jar per one, per cent, disability meant COUGHS AND COLDS often tenacious, are a drain upon the vital forces. SCOTTS EMULSION strengthens the whole system and helps JM> drive out the pre- viH disposing cause. Scott 30-3 IN reaches tbnos11 rcligict. Appreciation of the With ui, too, influence U felt. A cup of' SEALBRANDTEA brings the eptrit of the Eut wtth tinkle of the china is the delicious frunnce ftnd flivoc bri delights and bctutiet ot tbt Fat (MOMS us tha luft of tta. h pmJ mJ hilf-pomJ OMW. CHASE A SANBORN, going hence to the equally-congested centers oversees, Col. Amery said. Asked concerning the rights to maintenanco of the deserted wives of colonial soldiers, Col. Amery replied that further legislation on the matter waited the passing of reciprocal leg- luiiticn by tvhe dominions. ncrease of son said. Col. Thomn- There Was Nothing So Good for Congestion and Colds as Mustard old-fashioned mustard- plaster burned and blistered while it acted. Gettbe relief and help that mustard plasters gave, without plaster and without the blister. Musterole does it. It i3 a clean, white ointment blade with oil of mus- tard. It ia scientifically prepared, so that it works wonders, and yet does not blister the tenderest skin. finger-tips- Seehowquicklyitbringsre- speedily the pain disappears. Use Musterole for Bore throat, bron- chitis, tonsiiitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache, conges- Bon, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and aches of the back cr sprains, sore musclea, bruises, chil- blains, frosted feet, colds of the cheet (It often prevents ELECTION DEPOSIT WILL REMAIN IN MANITOBA VT1XMPEG, Mar. intro- duced in the provincial lagislature by M. J. Stanbridge, calling tor the aboli- The G. W. V. A. clause nslnng pen- sion for guardians of soldiers' orphans meant an additional outlay of while it was Intended to pay pen- sion to a guardian for each child, it would meaai an expenditure of 000.' Col. Thompson intimated this would place a premiuur on families being divided :imoag numerous guardians. C. G. MacNeill declared there was difliculty iu placing orphans at a month and Col. Thompson remarked it was difiicuH to secure proper homes t'or many of the children. He instaqc- mittee last night, dependent the case of one Ontario farmer'who, receiving a pension of a .mouth for-an orphan. It afterwards farmers jomet! with the developed that this farmer had hired labor members in supporting the mo-' the boy la a neiglibor tor sixty riol. tion for second reading. liars a month. An interesting situation developed during session when tho house divided on the question of whether or not a bill making single tax effec- tive ill the municipalitiey of Fort Garry and St. Vital should he referred back to committee, in view of the fact that tht great majority of the com- mittee were against reporting tho measure. The motion to refer back was defeated 29 to 21 and it turned j put that each of the. groups in tho'l legislature were well represented on i either side. There are Mary Jelly Powders- But Only One dELLO Insist on Havin "Canada's MostFaatous Dessert" Where he Should Be "Did you put that.farmer in ashed B. W. Nesbitt, North Oxford. "I replied Coi. Thompson. HOT the man going through I the audience convey to the blind-fold-1 cd lady on the stage what lie is hold- ing up for her to name? Head Fred C. Kelly's article in March Cosmopoli- tan. Get It German Workmen Pres- ence of Securify Spread of Strike Feared CHEWINGTOBACCO TRICKLES your taste from your lips cleer back behind your ears puti you on your toes for work or frolic. Sold in tough generous Bized plug! that tlwaya keep moist. Baku Bot 8 for 25c LONDON, Mar. general strike has broken out in tho Industrial district comprising and near Hallo, says a London Times Berlin dispatch. The region is a Communist stronghold and contains large chemical and power works. The movement, however, in only partially successful and no collisions have been reported. For some time past there lias Iwsen considerable frictian between tha Communist workmen and their em- ployers. Local police have been re- 'nforced by largo contingents oC curlty troops and tho Communist leaders sent an ultimatum to Rheumatism Neuritis, Sciatica, Neuralgia, Templeton's Rheumatic Capsules "brought good health to haU-a-uiillicn sulferors. A money-saving remedy, v-cll kno'-vn for fifteen years, pre- scribed by doctors, sold by drug- gis'-s, a box, Aslc our agents or write for a frrr trial package. Templetons, 142 King W., Toronto Local DRUG CO, ASPIRIN "Bayer" only is Genuine Wfirning! Take no chances with substitutes for genuine "Ifciycr Tab- president of the district the latter's withdrawal. The time specified in the ultimatum expired on Sunday but the troops wcro not with- drawn. Attempts are to provoke sympathetic, demonstrations in Ber- liu, 1'umburg aiui centres. le'.s of Aspirin." you see Uio name "Uayur" on package or DM tu.b- you :iro not KetLinK ut all. In every package are directions for CoUls, Headache, NeurulKia, Rheu- matism, Earache, Toothache, Lum- bago and for Pain. Handy tin boxes twelve tablets coat few cents. Drug- gists also sell larger packages. Mudo nfacture of Monoarjeticacidesler of Beg to announce I have pur- chased the Stock and Trade interests of A. R. McGuire, ___ and will carry on the Clothing and Furnishing Business of The '2' M's in my own name at the old address, 510 3rd Ave., KIRKHAM BLOCK. It has been the policy of this store which 1 have been associated for the past sixteen years) to cany nothing but the highest standard quality mer- chandise, and I will endeavor to maintain the repu- tation this store has gained by offering the same branded lines of clothing, furnishings, boots and shoes, etc., etc., as we have in the past, with the assur- ance of the same efficient Service. The Dissolution Sale now in will end THURSDAY, MARCH THE 24TH and the stock that has been disposed of at this sale will be replaced by a new stock of clothing, furnish- ings, boots and shoes, etc., recently purchased on a lower market, and balance of stock on hand will be marked down to replacement prices. I take this opportunity of thanking the many customers who have patronized this store in the past and hope to be favored with a continuance of their confidence and patronage. This store will be known in future as "MAC'S" "BETTER CLOTHES SHOP" A. L. McKELVIE, Manager, ;