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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THUnSDAY. MARCH 24. tWT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY KSRALD PAGE FIFTEEN British Government Empowers Sir Auckland Geddes To Discuss With Harding New Association of Nations New York Newspaper Report Says Information is on Good Authority NEW YORK. Mar. Rpeclal to the Tribune from WanhinKton says "Tho British government lias em- powered Sir Auckland Geddes, tho Britiih ambassador to act as its com missionor in discussing with Presi- dent Harding plans for u new tion or uatious, It was Imrned today on untittefitiouHd authority. The goYerument IUK sent word that it send to Washington to assist Sir Auckland any experts he may desire. These -will him on euch tech- nical questions as may arise. "With the arrival at Reno former premier of France who is now on the Atlantic on his way here as a upecial commissioner to President Harding, the three most important powers, the three that will unques- tionably dominate any decision which may be reached as to the formation of a, new association of nations or the revamping of the present league along such lines that the United Stales will no able all he represent- ed hero. You need not endure the of Rheumatism Neuralgia, Neuritis Sciatica, Canadian men and women have proved by actual use that i Templeton's Rheumatic Capsules will remove every trace of these dread diseases and every ache and pain from your body. Guaranteed lo contain no habit- lorminj ind to be absolutely ham- to the heart, kidneys or other Prescribed by by dniggiiti, per box. Trial free at our acencies, writeTempletom, 142 Local DRUG CO. "This nicanx that dlncusslons look- ing to the rniisnQimaUon of Presi- dent Hardlng's plans for an associa- tion of nations will bu begun by tho threo principal powers nuiny months prior to the most sanguine hopes 'of thOM who had most confidence in the idea." TOM? TEETH" Contours By Reii Proctor McGee, M.D., D.D. S., Editor On! Hygiene. ADVANCE IN SUGAR -V. II. Mar. 34.-- Loi-Hl wholesale Knu'flrw wore advised by wllnt'rs today of an advaiit'e of 50 cents per humlreil woiiiht in sugar prluos. Tho advance hriiiKS tho price to flUHJ u hundred wi'lslit. a trlflo over If1 PIT Hrliiht'H jlluwiso, nrjrlv 27 IHT cent, and tin! "infoi'tiiiim dlsjnsvs child- ren, uver'28 per cent Tho shape of a tooth the result of of evolution. It would be 1m- poelble for us to JPIPTOTB upon the plan cC a normal tooth. When decay, or cartes, has destroyed t part of the contour of a tooth, that contour must be restored if the tooth is to do its work and remain a desirable neigh- bor to the other teeth In the mouth and to the gums. After the cavity Is shaped right, the dentist thoroughly dries and iterllliee It and places the filling material so that every part of the carlty is exactly filled. Then he builds the filling to imitate the origin- al shape at the tooth. Dverr little line and every ridge and (tone Is dupli- cated. The margins at the filling are so carefully and closely approximated that the cavity li hermetically inaled. The most difficult place to shape and finish a filling is at the gum margin between the teeth. If a filling should The Metropolitan Had Its Great- eat Year in 1920 and Leads the World in Assets, in New Business, and in Amount of Outstanding In- surance TORONTO, Mar. to- day took the verdict of guilty in tho bond theft ease without a n.uivver on his fac'i or without any outward show of emotion. There wns just a slight suspicion ol" a smilo on hliface. When the verdict was given, 1'r. Hellmutb, the prisoner's counsel, ask- ed for a "stated case." Argument, on t'nla will be made dur- Need of Widening Market for Alberta Coal is Strongly Put Forward OTTAWA, Mar. discussion of ways and nieana whereby Canailn :r.a> Insure an adequate supply of coal for the future, featured today's sitting of the house. It was private members' day and after tho preliminaries were disposed of, the clocks were cleared for 'the discussion ot some of the pro-' posals emanating from other than gov- ernment sources. Ing ton month of April. Tn the mean-1 .Dr' South' Perth. time Doughty lit remanded to jail. Tho charge of conspiracy to kidnap Small will be .'.aid over till May. The annual report of the Metropoli- tan Life Insurance Company on the business of shows that tile new business placed on tl'e buuUs brokr all previous records in the world, j Neither the great amount of new in-1 Buranco taken, nor the percentage of lapses indicate depression in the business or industrial Tho amount placed in the United States and Canada was which is a gain of more than two hundred eud fifty million dollars, as compared with the previous year. The income and. assets increased proportionately, the income for the year bemg and the assets making a gain of 5116.013.202! for a total of Dividends I have been declared, payable to no! icy-1 holders in 1921, amounting to 368, of which is to holders UNITED STATES TRADE WITH EUROPE SHOWS GREAT FALLING OFF divi- be left rough or should beconfe rough- of Industrial policies. ened from hard use, It becomes a I The number of policies outstanding source of danger to the health of. the I al tne end of the year was mouth because It retains food, causes I "i1'16 number Increased in 1820 1.- irritation to the tongus or ihcsk or 1SB.236. lip and niany times holds food tightly packed against the gum. If thero la too much space between the teeth, or if there is a projecting filling or a roughened area, pyorrhea will usually be started by infection that follows constant bruising of the gum. It a filling is too high, the tooth will have .more than its share of pressure and either the filling will give way or the tooth will be loosened in its socket adn vulp will be rtc-. stroyed. This meanl soreness at first and eventually an abscess. The cor- rect filling of a tooth is one of the most skillful operations that man has ever learned to perform, hike many other good things, the better they are the less we hear about them. It is the bad ones that raise Cairn. endowments, Claims were pait'. on 312, 6S9 policies, an average of one every 28 for each business day of eigbt hours. The amount paid to pol'cy-holders in claims, manured dends, etc'., was average of S55fi.Stl a minute for evory business day of hours Group Insurance amounted to 547.572. The Company placed new business in Canada during 1920 amounting to of which was Industrial. This is the largest amount ever placed In Canada by any com- pany in any one year. The Company closed the year 1920 with a total o? WASHINGTON, Mar. trade of the United States with Europe decreased sharply last month as compared Febru- ary s year ago, figures issued to- day by the .department of com- merce e-'Uclosed. February im- ports from Europe aggregated against in while exports totalled against a year ago. For the eight months' period, from Europe were against in 1920 and exports against' Imports from Great Britain in February were against 049 for same month in 1919 and exports against was repsongible for the discussion of Canada's fuel supnly when he moved that u special committee of the house be appointed to Investigate the situ- ation, lie emphasized the gravity of the situation, the tremendous increase Ui coal prices and the difficulty In >et- liiig a supply for the winter. Future prospects were tiiat Canada would re- quire more, rather than less coal Every effort, therefore, should bo made to conserve present supply and develop hew nnurrne. KloclrlfU'ntlor. of stomn iiillwiiyx and the establishment of contra! heating plants won1, sug- gested ay. Dr. Stoulo as moans fur von- ssrvltif; coal. Ho also advised tho adoption of some syKtmn for 'testing coal in order to BOO that tho consumer got tho grado for which he Major Uedman, Calgary, aeconding th'i resolution, emphasized the Im- portance ot Improving transportation facilities In order to get Alberta coal to the It would compete wltti I lie Pennsylvania product if brought to Ontario. From maritime provinces, D. McKonzte. North Cape Breton, declar- ed that tho supply of coal in Nova Scotia was extremely large and that means should be found for bringing it up ta Ontario. He suggested that ships carrying wheat overseas might get a cargo of coal in Nova Scotia on their return voyage and bring it up to Monrt'al for distribution IB 00 tarlo. Debate on Dr. Simile's reiolutio: was eventually adjourned, the prentf tho upiulntmunt of pal Hanicntary committee propoxed. BANK OF ENGLAND STATEMENT LONDON, March weeltl; statement of the Unnk of Enfant shows the following changes la sterling: .Total reserves decreased 1.42S.OOO. Circulation increased Uuliion increased Other securities decreased Public deposits Increased Notes reserve decreased Government securities increase The proportion of the bank's rescrvi to liabilities this week Is 13.89; las: week it was 14.80. Hank rata 7 pet It takes a joint of bee! to make Bottle o! Bovril. BOVRIL Never Profiteered Has not changed since 1919 Same Price Same Quality Same Quantity 21-920 They WORK while you sleep" Helping Humanity BETWEEN the wkot en our priiriei nd the dnily bread of the people ol this country of diiunt Uacls TUHI a long chiia of operations, linlc of which ii by kink- Ing For 55 yteri ihit Bdnk been privi- leged to furniih B lubxintiil of the Bntnciftl energy neceuary in the growth, linniport.tion m.rictiuj of Canada's vavt crept. UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge Branch C, C. King, Manager Branches also At CarHston and Barons in force in Canada. In 1930 the Metropolitan paid Can- adian policy-holders The j work for improved health among Can- adians waa continued. MetrapoHtat' nurses, in co-operation with the Vic- torian" Order of Nurses, made free visits to sick Industrial Bdlicy- holders in Canada during the year and distributed pieces of health literature. The confidence of the j people of the Dominion in the financial strength ot the Company and in the desirability of its policies !a Indicated by the fact that the number of policies in force in tho Dominion is The Company's investments in Canada are over The Company's health activities have been continuous during the last j ten years and the Company lias found that they have-had an appreciable ef- fect on its mortality. The death rate for 1920 among Industrial policy-hold- ers was the lowest in the history of the Company. Tho reduction of mor- tality in tho last nine years has been 22 7-10 per cent. The Company's re- duction of mortality from typhoid in. nine years has been 72 per cent.; in tuberculosis, 40 per cent.; heart dis- Say it Mowers The language of Flowers is particular- ly pronounced at Easter time. With the opening of the Spring season they are especially welcome. The choicest of all seasonable blooms are ready delivered promptly when and where you want them. FLORISTS PHONE 1003 Fracli( HENDERSON PARK LETHBRIDGE You am constipated, bilious, and That you need is one or two Cascarets tonight surt for your liver and bowels. Then you will wake up wondering became of your dizziness, sick headache, bad cold, or upset, stomach. No inconven- ience; Children love Cascarets too. 10, 25, 50 cents. JEWELRY SALE HAVE DECIDED TO REDUCE MY STOCK ONE HALF-TO DO THIS I AM GIVING 25% TO 50% OFF ALL REGULAR PRICES At the Discounts ffe Are Offering the Following Goods During This Sale They Should Be Classed as Giltdged Securities i I Diainoikl to Onyx and Pear! At Birthday Rings, to Gold Signet to Gold Pendants, to Diamond to Pearl Beads.. to Watches, At to Cold filled Wrist tc Solid gold Wrist to Brooches....., to Gcid and Platinum Bar to Diamond Set Bar to 5250.00 Gent's Chains and to Gent's Chains, platinum and gold lo Scarf to Cuff Fountain Pens to Eversharp At to COMMUNITY SILVER AT HALF PRICE We have recently purchased a stock of Community Silver and Rogers goods at a verj' low rate on the dollar. These goods will go on sale, while they last, at HALF PRICE. GENUINE VICTOR AND SONORA TALKING MACHINES FROM Cigarette Cases and to Razor to to Tea Sets (4 to Cabinets of Silver to Cabinets of Sterling to Vanity Cases to Card to Mesh to Leather Bags to Mantle Clocks, to SALE STARTS ON SAT., MARCH 26th THE CITY'S LARGEST AND FINEST JEWELRY STORE-ESTABLISHED 1898. Electric Lamps, to Silver Flower to Silver Bon Bon At.......... to Cut Glass Water to Cut Glass Bon Bon Bowls, etc., to Ivory and Silver Toilet Goods, in to Hand-painted to China Dinner and Tea to A. WRIGHT Watch My Windows I Daily for Bargains BALMORAL BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE ;