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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TIJKSDAY. MARCH W. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hut Citizen MMl Develop Alone With Country Declares Col. Gill WfN.MlPKC. Alar. lictweon employers and e.mnloyeo'i and 1 1m iliiveloimienl of u higher standard ot civic consciousness tile sreat needs of tlio present lime, declared Col. w. Olll. director o( technical education, Ottawa, In an address here today nt the Manitoba Educational association convention, Oil! sulil that all money approp- riated for edurattonal purposes in the for the next 10 years might lie spent, 1ml it would not mean as much gain' ou basis of wealth as would hslanee the loss dim to lockouts and strikes if they sliould continue as they have in the past. Tlio objective of the federal govern- jjient wltli regard to technical oduca- nou was the development of the na- tion to the maximum ha de- clared. That meant two things proving the calibre of the individual citizen and the development of nat- ural authorities, lu> said. hare no 'Intention of inter -forinc with provincial autonomy, hut desire to promote co-operation between the pro- vinces and stand ready to ad- vice oil provincial work" when sought. SpeakiiiK of the necessity tor such training he mentioned that in about thirty per cent, of the year- ly crop of children from public schools enter high scliot's and about one-third of that number completed the lilnh school course. II was to Rive an all- round education to the other seventy per cent, and to help them to earn a bolter livelihood that technical edu- cation was planned. iANK HOLD-U.' STAGED IN if, PAUL HT. I'AUU Vive mmi elilorfd I tin City Itanli of yt. Paul tbljt afternoon, atrucit down the cashier and woman teller with the bulls of their revolTors anil with cash and bonds valued at 000. RKTKAW iKrom Our Own Correspondent.! ftKTl.AW. Mar. Harry White. IB In Tuber hospital having ro- centlj undergone an operation. Ilia condition is very, favorable and we hope to sue Ms complete recovery soon. Mr. Hurry Kier of McGregor hardware has reiigncd his position there anil intends leaving noon. Mrs. 0. II. Cook and Mrs. W P.M. Riches Named Business Manager Saskatchewan U. Former Principal of Wetitmiii- School Gets New Post In Sister Province KEGiNA. Mar. V. M. niches. secretary of the Kashutchewan liquor commission, has been appointed busi- ness innntger of the University p[ Saskatchewan. The iKisltlon is a newly created one and the appoint- ment becomes effective as soon as arrangements be made. PAGE SBV1K MORE SCHOOL HOUSES. FEWER JAILS. MANITOBA TEACHERS ARE TOLD WlNKIPMi. Mar. U" l.WO In allomlailce, Ihe! sllteenth annual oonvfmtlou of the j .Manitoba Kdiicational association opened hare today. Mooting of tiie different divleionR occupied the niorii-1 iO( atwlon. More school houses ami fewer jails.; more libraries and .smaller arsenals, i mom constant work and less crime. i more justice auil less were urged by K. McUratt. provincial bureau of labor in an ad- dreHs on the heed of the de-' livered before the industrial tiou section. House Resumes After a Recess AUrmlance Following the Easter j Back in Ottawa i Kentucky Fruit Crop Ii Destroyed By OTTAWA. Mar. 2H. -iCali. I'niSH.I --A slim attendance Is expected wjicn tin- hotiBe of commons resumes this aftnriiooii at the conclusion of the lOaster recess. A comparatively small educa- uumber of members have returned to the capital so far and the opinion was exnre.ssi'd tills morning that :i full attendance would not be restored for a few days. Laiug were representatives of the here. Military 0 Rctlaw Women's Institute 10 the re- cent convention held iu Taber. Miss Thelma I'elkey has returned 01 home after an extended visit with her Saskatchewan commission aunt, Mrs. Kearns. Mr. A. E. Griffin of Ustlaw Motor. was a visitor to Calgary. Several people of attended the dance given iu the Rolling Green hall on St. Patriek'i daj. .Mrs. Pelkey of Taher, it TiiHfnc her sister. Mrs. W. S. Kejinn. i The dance siren in tie Rolling Green hall on crenlnc for the benefit of attended ami a large amtxnt i realized. i Mrs. JIcLaggan. of. Medicine Hat. has returned home after ail extended j visit with bor J. D. McLagifan. rtetlau- has been enjoying beautif'll spring like weather and the ikatins has been line for the young people. Mr. Frank McMennamen went away intending to an operation but has suddenly appeared and ii look- ink quite well. 1.OUIKV11.LK. Ky.. .Mar. fruit, crop Iu Kentucky was unable to I Ho joined up attar his re-1 the severe frosty weather i with the Re- of niiflit anilapparently was hill-j eil. according to the weather and reports from on-liyrds. i Cold Washington j WASHI.VOTON. -Mar. cold! wave wh'ch broke into au unusually' j warm sprinc last iitglu. continued to i day over (he eastern bn: wa> When war broke out. Mr. Riches i wus principal of Westminster school establishment In Saskatchewan, later appointed secretary of the I US, TARIFF PLAN Kepublican Program Providing j For U. S. Valuation Meets Disapproval White Paper Ilev. and Mrs. H. L. Dougan enter- King-, a district inspector and bad shot his wife dead. The paper shows that the court vindicated action of HOTEL PORTER FINED PORT ARTHUR, Mar. Doling, porter at the Kimberley hotel was fined and cost or six months in jail for keeping liquor for sale. Prosecutions from cases ori- ginating at this hotel have resulted in payment of J2.300 in fines. tained a number of friends for _, evening of music and games. Brery one reports a most enjoyable time. We are sorry to report that Blanche Binnette. who has been iu j that the railwayman hail the Taber hospital for sometime has Improperly dealt with had a alight relapse anil will have to The railwayman Claims Military Did Only Thing Possibii Mar. govern- ment today issued a. white paper giv- ing the result of the court of imiiiiry Into the affair at Mallow. Ireland, on January 31. when several railwaymon were at- party of assassins which had wounded .civlng way to normal temperature; in the middle west and the weather bureau predicted jdiHsivatlon of lire cold by tomorrow night, except- ing In Florida. In Penniyfvania Too IIAKR1SBUHG. Pa., Mar. varieties of peaches, cherries and plums have probably been killed bv fhc severe temperature drop in Soutli-: of foreign r-ennsyivania. .frelared ofli- cinis of the state bureau' of plant in- dustry today, after receiving reports from a dozen counties. !BRmsH POSTAL OFFICIALS MAIL S c WASHINGTON'. Mar. against the legislation 'agreed on by Republican leaders to provide foi tariff taxation. United States vama valuations being received hy members of th( senate finance and bouse ways anil means committees. That inequalities and injustice wouk! result, especially to consumers of imported wares in the middle section ot the United States, is declared by business con Loxno.v, -The hern admit that the Canadian com- plaints retarding delays iu the trans- Atlantic mail service are justified, but erns, objecting to the new valuation pO'iotTkV 'authors I the United Stat iiiim anrvMu; me mi the military and rendered a finding: declares that only inafruzin not been hy: In Gait Hospital a patient's appen- dix was removed while he chatted with the operating surgeon. affected. The authoring that magazines can only he sent remain there a vvhilelonger: >ailinr Miss Thelma Kearns Intends spend-! andh'', wto rn hedt, pioyee, ran up the tracks, and! wounding several others who accom-i pauied him, one of these dymx later. I Tbe incident caused a great commo- ST. JOHNS. Nfld.. Mar. "9 -Sealing tion anipiiR British rallwaymen and Bteamei-3 operating off the coast of at one time valuation system, adopted to increase tariff returns, and also in effect to raise and provide more j protection for United States indnstn that States values dil 1 fei. at js-ew Yorkt Sal) chco. Xew Orleans and other ports of entry.. The price differences, it is ronttindad. would he greater in the transportation distances 1 board. from the sea-: Good home made bread is the moat palatable, some and nourishing food in the world. It is far more economical than, staple food. If people would eat less meat and other heavy foods they would feel better and help to keep down the cost of living. Bread made in the home with Royal Yeast Cakes is more nourishing and appetizing than any other. Nothing healthier for children and grown ups. han discovered that poicMMS curative due to iU riehneu in by iu tue the blood it purified en- richod, and the reaistive power of the body to frtntly enhanced. Soak a cake of Royal Yeatt for half an hour in a cup of luke-warm water with one teaapoon Then itir well and itrain once or twice through muilin and drint the liquid. BETTER re.ulu will be obtained by allowing it to over night and drinkinr half an hour before brcakfait. Repent as often as desired. Send name and address for free booklet entitled "RoyaJ Yeast for Better Health." E. W. CHlett Company Limited Toronto. Canada Made in Canada OLD LAND j seemed possible I.UIIU1IO- si. juHiVS. Nfld.. Mar. int'.sh railwaymen and Uteamei-3 operating off coast of national railway Strike Newfoundland have struck a big herd that yokr beinty hu been ilenlofaX to Iht of 111 pouMitiei alter CrtUk Oriental Cream Girls! Skin Two Thousand Chorus Girls Are Out of Are Hit, Too LONDON, Mar. in the theatrical like "that in other professions and 'trades' is i widespread here. It is estimated hero i that there are chorus girls and "small part" actresses out of work and It is feared that unless conditions improve, immediately many produc- ers will have to go out Oscar Ashe, one of the leaders in theatrical circles lutre, says' that the problem -because so many people come into the profession without credentials. Naturally they am suffering. Touring companies are not leaving London for the provinces I MINING OPERATIONS! YORK, Mar. of seals and pnnpcct.-; are now good' of mining operations hy the Anaeomla for a profitable voyage for both own- Copper Mining company, one of the cry and men. according to radio mess- largest producers of copper ore in the Rges received here today. Latest re-: United States was announced hero to- ports stated the fleet had secured day by John D. Ryan, chairman of seals and that they were still the. company's board of directors, at- numerous. A wireless from the sealer ter four other concerns earlier In the in the Gulf ijays she has bad made known their intentions .mist seals on hoard. of shutting down. THE MEANEST MAN! TORONTO, Mar. coppert for the extraction of quarters and dimes from the chil- dren's bank at thy the continuous monotony if household duties and the arc of small children the lerves in time play out. and hen it is that Dr. Chase's 'lerve Food proves the good riend in time of need." Mrs. W. German, 213 Park treet, Brockville, Ont, writes: "After the birth of my boy I became so weak and gradually lost weight.' I was unable to do my work and was in misery because 1 could not sleep. My nerves would twitch and jump and I would get up in the morn- ings with tired, aching limbs and aching head. My heart was so weak that it would palpitate at times, and I be- came greatly discouraged. "Following personal advice from friends, I began the use of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food and took altogether 12 boxes. I wish you could see how well lam now and how I am enjoying Dr. Chase's Nerve Foorl, 50 cents a box. all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates 4 Co., Ltd. Toronto. their to this commis- sion, lie looked forward to the em- bargo being lifted before July 1. Mr. Doherty said he was very kindly received in ICnglanrt. Contrary to re- ports that 4iave been circulated, he said, tile RritiBh cabinet, welcomed any one ivbo could give the Canadian side of the cnse. Still Greater Bargain Offerings in the Introductory Sale at the Men's Wear Store NEW LINES OF GOODS COMING IN DAILY AND BEING PUT ON THE TABLES AT ASTOUND- ING PRICE CUTS. THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY THAT YOU (IN JUSTICE TO YOURSELF) i READ EVERY ITEM-YOU WILL FIND SOMETHING OF INTEREST U. S. STEEL WILL LIKELY ESTABLISH STEAMER SERVICE THRO' PANAMA 0.. Mar. 2S.-An- nouncement by the U. S. Steel corpor- ation of the establishment of a line of steamers to carry .steel to the .Pacific coast via the Panama canal jis expected HOOII after the, return of E. II. Oary, chairman of the board of the corporation, from his I rip to Vancouver, through the canal. It is reported in steel circles here. Steel manufacturers hero uny that the corporal loll Is nearly ready to put into effect its plan for increasing ex- port trade, und Unit, it baa nearly 20 vessels ready and five under contract. Independent steel men admit, thai if the corporation establishes a line to the Pacific count, it would he able to lay dtuvii sieel on the coast at a price with which the independents could not compete. 77 _L i HERE IS A WINNER Fancy tweed and worsted suits that sell regularly at suit. Our sale price, suit, UNUSUAL BARGAINS IN RAINCOATS That guaranteed waterproof coat, all twi'cils. Uvular Sale Sulu Sale UeKuhir Sale MEN'S FELT HATS shapes, and MOOSE ,IAW TEACHERS THREATEN STRIKE APR. 8 IF DEMANDS NOT MET MOOSE JAW, Mar. Moose Jaw branch, Teachers' Al- liance have delivered an ultima- tum to the school board that un- leic the demands of the teachers are 'met by April 8 the teachers will walk out on that date. An effort by the board of trade to arrange an amicable settle- ment was dropped at the end of the week, and the situation re- mains at It was previously. fur fell, Kcb'ulur Kale liegilliir Kal.. Sale a.-uin'.s newest nullities. up to MEN'S ODD PANTS all good NYiv stock jusl and ivorsteds. pair ICegular Salo. pair llcpnilur Sale, pair Regular Sale, pair MEN'S HOSIERY Our stock; is most complete. AuLiri- Ituto your needs for summer and buy at prices. Fine liiiUs hose in colors blac-k, brown. navy und grtiy, good even thread, and nire finish. Regular '85c. Mp' Sale, pair .........-.............OOC .Pure wool ribbed heather mixed. Reg- iilui' valuo pair. Our jirice. pair................... An nil wool ribbed work hir pair. A'ery s pedal at. per pair Black, "brown, havy and work .socks. Regular SOc pair. Special, pairs for MEN'S FINE SHIRTS Heal values at prices as low as whole- sale. Regular ?2.50 and Sale d X HeKlllar din JA Salo KeKular Kale HeKlllar 5.1.00- Sale HcKUlar Sale MEN'S SUITS 90c Itegu- 45c cotton RAILROAD WORK GLOVES That special "Acme" Glove so popular with railroad men. Sell regularly at pair. Our price is. J O AA White weight each NIGHT SHIRTS and stripe flannelette, Regular J2.50. Sale, good MEN'S SHOES Hero is a chance to save money on your ahous. Black and dark tan dress shoes, medium block toe; also black and tan solid leather doulm: dole work shoe. bellows tongue. Regular value at 'pall-. Sale price, pair, soe. A 17 nn I MEDIUM WEIGHT RIBBED COTTON UNION SUITS Long sleeves: ankle length. mn Reg. J3.25. Sale. Buit WHITE TWILL NIGHT- GOWNS cotton. Regu- (ho op lar Hale, each BALBRIGGAN UNION SUITS Fonnian's heavy double hnsjran, iinarter-sleeve length. Regular value at 52.75. Sale price, suit COMBINATION UNDER- WEAR A. heavy knit double mesh combina- tion: splendid wearer; short sleeve and ankle length. Regular J2.50 oC Sale, suit thread bai- aml ankle HON. CALDER BACK OTTAWA, Alar. Press.) --Hon. J. A. Calder, president of the privy council and minister of Immi- gration and colonisation, who has been absent in the west for some has to Ottawa. The Profits Are Al! Yours At This Introductory Sale Tiie Men's Wear Store CLEANING AND PRESSING. ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK. PHONE 615 rgains Could Be Offered We Would Do It ;