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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN THE USTHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, MARCH 24. ITALIAN HaNISTBRS LEAVE CHAiMUKR AS REBUKE TO SOCIALIST Placed hi the Afternoon C. (Bj a BUZ MBHCINV JiaT, Mar. Tin UalBM KMlsUMOM WM af wtti after tW openlu of the afteraotei njeskm at tin UT.A. rntlam adiWoii to Prea. Hanla, MlonrlBC names wars plac- IB BBiiliiitliiii Hev. J. W. Morrow. Rut; Perrin Baker, Neml- W. C. Smitk, of Vale; Rolk. of a. A- Parsiaal W. H. A. Thomaa, CJo- Lome ProtuVoot. Chinook; B. Cadi, JU Ooalea, Ojrcn. H. V. Wood hare arose that while then might have keen a more candidates nominat- that the convention had of food material to choose from. 4i to time to he given each candidate to air hli views dele- should "Let rip." 'em thair "Make it etc. The eamlidatee -were thai called to the pltttorm. TJnleea the husraess ii tt will be Ute tonight when a raasHiiti to Baased bv the conven- tion. PwrtB Baker of Nemlscam is fatharins ttrawth and is likely to be .nomlaatod. MobL Gardner of Excel a duel second. WltMnwi Chat. Harris aald that he was jo- int to 'Withdraw not because he did not deem himself capable but rather Jor the good at the party as it not be made a stepping stone to poli- tical office. Rev. J. Morrow of Medicine Hat Uver and Bowels Right-Always Feel fine TaerVt esM right to np tha Ii wand keep bOTnai wilt testify that ie aethiag ea or Mi- Ma rJetorr as colletre man. tamer. He glad then waa no hoaaism among the farm- era. Tker Trere rid of tho rnle of and akyvtcr poUticiaaa, A alar waa takan at tile Western Can- ada penlcnuMiit anodation Tho wuU4 to brtac More tattlers to Can- ada. He fmnxMeo: Kker would theae lettlen oa the prairie ant let the cattle them." Tha banks also came In for a soand rap from the epeakar. Baker at Natacsm reailrm. ed his lapaart ot the platform ot Canadian Conscn of AgricultBre. He atooA tor the Brltiah connection hat ftrst he kelleTed ra Canadian autanomy aad Tariff waa a WTOBC He hollered la free trade to wipe it ool immsdiatetr dangeresu. Re bettered the pmhllc Btflltlee should be tor- ed, bat it shoald be ae- compltahod aradnally. He stood for airect ladalarloB, the inltiatiTe refer ondwn aid rec ill. The slnlnant thins about the farmers' moremeat Is that It Is an expression of the heart of the people. The SRP now eiiitinj between the people and the (orem- meat could be bridged by this new movement. W. C. Smith el made a lucid intelligent address eonchidlac with the that if hs were not nom- inated he woulrt work for the famMn' candidate first and always. Robt. Gardiner, of Excel, said that the economic condition forced the farmer Into polltica. The farmers' platfOTn came from the heart of the people. I was a platform not of a class but one broad enough to, embrace all. Referring to opening the party to all the sneaker said he stood with Pros. Wood, who stood tor a ciaaa onauliatlon aheolntely. The speaker drew forth wild applause when he he would follow no leader that would not carry out the farmers' plat- form. He eantloned against a caai- palca of mud-slinging, advising one of education. It would do ao good, he to stir up a "rotten mess." 'When Mr. Gardiner resumed his seat taw broke Into prolonged applause. R. A. Parker, of Wlnnttred, er- member of toe conncH of agriculture, said If he were elected he would at once realcm his position with the U. G. G., aa he was opposed to any man occupying two offices in the new progressive movement. ROME, GloHttl aad all members ot hU ministry left the chamber of deputies during terday's session aa a protest against assertions by Deputy ModlgUui. Soc- ialist leader, the pow- er to dissolve tlu chamber. After the mtaaiten had wttMnwn Modlgilaei that during tho oouree ot hla addroaa he had not meant to hint at the possibility ot a republican demonstration at the neit electkina awl later the premier and has returned to the cham- ber. E 10 KEEP INK CANT CUT COAL TOIL ME SCALE TAKES DROP Local ii Accord With Made By 'Sen- Robertson t Intention is Not to Join Association Fostered in Calgary Lathbridga's Old-timers' Association will not bury iu identity in the ranks of the Southern Alberta Old-timers' Aaaociation, which being organized by Calgary Interests, sairt J. S. Rose this morning. Some time ago letters were received in Lethbridge telling of the proposal to organize tfcis new anbciatioD, bat so tar no intention hai been shown by the Lcthbridse body to join lands wtU the northern body. According to a Calgary news item tha Calgary man are going right with their and with tlwir plana on developing a his- torjr of the Northwest Territories. Jamea Walker and Past- muter G. C. King of Caigary will in the near future visit to or- ganize tha first branch of the associa- tion outside ot Calgary. Coal operalcra in are in accord with the statement iasMd at N.leoa oa Tiles-lay by Hon. G. Robertson, minister of labor, which was to the effect that a reduction caa- not be made la tho price ot coal in the Crow's Nest country intil wafea go down. Hon. Mr. Robertson explained that the litualiom la governed u agree- ment baaed on one formed la the Halted States. Therefore until a drop takes place there nothing can be done here. A report was prepared for the government which shows that coal operators in the Crow's Nest country are makia? a rery small profit on their output and there is no room for reduction there. For sometime the coal operators of Lethbridce have maintained that the men working in the mines on wagee will hare to take a cut before the price of coal IB this district can take a drop and they welcome the state- ment of the minister of labor I carrying out their contentions. HERIJN, March hu been restored in Hamburg and the Communists have been ejected from the shipyards which they had occupied. DUOOAN SAFk IN HIS SIAT KUMONTON. 24-- Following u trill lasting twi> days, churRC of brihorr untl corrupt practices preferred against Mayor HUKKKII wua ditimiHcit by Mr. Justlco IveH at 2 o'clock tills afternoon and the attempt to unseat tho chief magistrate of the city now goes to the legislature. Run No Wfaail MMtttM occur. Act quickly before Take i .as i BEECHAM'S PILLS ST. CHARLES EV4PORATTD MILK inest tested for richness ana ready for HYDRO LOT OF MONEY TORONTO, Mar. for capita! expenditure on the part ot the Ontario hydro-electric power commis- sion for the current year total S37.000. Of this no len than JJ6JOO.- 000 is for the de- velopment, or more than the amotmt -in the supplementary WILL SUPERANNUATE POSTMASTER KING CAbOARY, March C. King, of Calgary is being superannuated at the end of the month. DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS You can hardly rcaUzc the wonderful provement tQ yourskm and complexion your r will reveitl to you No Soap Better -----For Your Skin----- Than Cuticura LUX Helps Easiness Girls A few easy simple work in your room and your dainty silken underwear and stockings can be Lux- bathed and nude like new. Lvnr Brotten Limited. Toronto 'J14 MISSED his not refreshment. Cow-Coh is sold everywhere. rat COCA-COLA co-arum With the cream left in. FIT TO FtQHT greatest battles are between strength and weakness. Scott's Emulsion a high-powered tonic- notrient, nourishes Ju, and fortifies the whole body. 41 0.1. ALaO MAKERS OF KMIOIDS rraMets or Granulea) INDIGESTION In Faror at Coanmiasion With Expert Advice to CortSider Present Systems Members of the Lethbridge Board Trade TBnrs'dar at noon went on record u favoring the appointment I of a commission with aa expert to In- vestigate Alberta's taxation system. They passed the following resolution: "Resolved that the Lethbrldge Board of Trede endorses generally ttte suggeatloni that have been made that there should be an inquiry into taxs- tion in Alberta by a com- mission and that such commission appointed should consider en- gaging expert advice to help in their deliberations." Mr. S. Jf. Shepherd wanted to know ,why both should be necessary. It was pointed out that in Saskatchewan a couple ot ago an expert was brought in Jrom outside and his re- port has not resulted in any action. A commission, being advised by an expert, would be able to bring know- lodge of local conditions to bear with good results. ;y Mr. G. R. Marnoch, president of the board of trade, spoke hopefully of the prospects for larger dairy herds Cnaldale and Raymond districts. He told of attending meetings in those places recently and said that in Coaldale fifteen men were planning on getting 56 cows, and in Raymond seventeen men intended to get 48 cows. rCZEMA Yon am not exporiment- 1 a x w )i c a you ino Dr. Chase's Oint- mefit for and rikin Irrlu- tlons. It relieves bt oneo grudn- .V aU7 beala the feldn. Batnpto mti CbM.'a ointment free it TOU mention this Er send sump for posiauc. a all dealers or Edmaafloo, Co., ut. PURE FOOD MARKETS MEAT PRICES AWAY DOWN Every Week Shows a Further Decline Dutch Propose To Elect a King Shoald Queen Die Without; Leaving Will Meet Opposition THE HAGUE. March gov- ernment introduced in parliament to- day a hill for revision of the constitu- tion under the terms of which the people vould elect a king should the queen leave no royal descendant and there lie no male deFcendaut of the last king. In introducing the bill, the government talces the standpoint that The Netherlantia shall remain a mon- archy am] not revert in any nircum- stance? to a republican form nf gov- 'rnment. "Jtrona; opposition is expected last the Mil, which will be voted some time this summer. We have secured for this week-end a special lot of Grain Fed Lambs. These will be on sale on Saturday at prices lets than you can buy at any other market in the city. CHOICE LEGS OF LAMB; per ft................30c CHOICE LOINS OF LAMB; per ft...............28c CHOICE SHOULDERS OF LAMB; jier ft.........20c THERE IS NOTHING NICER ON THE MARKET TODAY PLEASE PLAGE YOUR ORDERS EARLY. WE WILL SELL EGGS THIS WEEK AT, PER DOZEN, 35c fcuy where you are protected by the Pure Food Lawi of Canada. P. BURNS CO., Limited DOMINION FISH MARKET MAIN MARKET DOMINION MARKET Phone 545 Phone 412 Phone 1654 FORMS NOW AVAILABLE Income Tax Forms T-l, T-lA, T-2 Are Now Avail- able for Issue at the Sub-Irupector'e Office, 211 Sherlock Building, who will give all the information desired as to the makini up these forms. AH returns of income must be Bled with the Inspector ot Taxation, CUgaryr not later than the end ot April, 1M1, together with not less tlian 25 percent, of the total tax payable. All per- sons should file promptly, and avoid penalties. BUTCHETERIA BETTER MEATS FOR LESS MONEY These prices are for No. 1 quality meats. Re- member, there are no presidents or managing direc- tors connected with this firm. Our expenses are the lowest in.the city for the amount of business we are doing. THESE PRICES CANNOT BE BEAT IN THE CITY Choice Roast Beef; per Ib. 15e to 18c Finest Plate Beef Leg Lamb........28c Shoulder Lamb-----20c Prime Rib Roast.. .20c Sirloin or T-Bone Roast............25c Sirloin Steak, 2 Ibs. SSc Round Steak .25c Choice Roasts Pork, 28c Pure Pork and Beef Sausage; 2 Ibs. Jb. pail Swift's ST. NORTH. Palace Market Easter Specials LOWER PRICES ON BEEF, MUTTON, PORK.ANDVEAL MIMSPECIALS Choice Legs of Mutton, per Ifc. Choice Shoulders of Mutton, Ib. ..18c Choice Roasts of Beef, E, 15c Boiling Beef, per Ib.... .We Stewing Mutton, per Ib. 15c Prime Roast Beef Dripping, per Ib., 15c Eggs, per dozen 35c Compare theae prices and the quality of meats we offer, with any other market in the city. PALACE MEAT MARKET PHONE 431. ;