Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE ICifili I" USUIILEIK, WEIJNESDAY; MAY 20, Mere ShiHy-Shallying Liber fur Psliticai Head Off Tariff Right in Front of Tail op OTTAWA. Maj Canadian Prenl-ln the commons this aiter- KOOII Dr Clarfc. Red continued the budget debate. Ha first congratu- lated Sir Hubert Borden on his return to wort When passions and prejudices had been away, Ur. Clark said, the UMWO of Porden w.ould occupy no lowly place on the lift of those who, as a "temporizing sulliy-s portunist piece of print." _ less, it called for a rovis ion of the tariff. In cue place it for a consfderahle reduction ot the laritt. At least it had that virtue, lie uol quite sympathize with the pre- amble ot the aWuduieut It was true th'-t last year, fir Thomas White jroinised A revision of the tariff fol- an. inquiry, but Sir Thomas the only way yo1' CKC settle tho tariff is 10 cut its head off, right in front ot fo tail." Sir Thomas White had said that ho favored a tariff for revenue, said tho speaker. Apparently he .expected the I taritt 10 do two thins', which were lu absolute opposition to each other. U 1 the purpose ot the tariff was to huild ui> uur industries, its object must hi1 lo >.eep goods out of the country. On OWEne an infjuirv, uui White was no Umger a member ot the for this export, government and everyone admitted cUrk quoted figures of Canadian the great war, had kept sta the OJJurtlU Referring to the Fielding amend- 'cipnt to the budget. Clark sold was considerable disadvantage attached to the practice of bringing an amendment to a complicated budget "in one's tall-porkst before one has read the budget" If Mr. waited a day or two. he have produced a rather It would have contained milk sad less water Dr. Clark referred to tho amendment would d Neverlhe- the other hand, if Its purpose was to produce revenue, it uiusl bring goods lu. AuthoritiM agreed that if Canada vis to pay her external liabilities, she must increase her commerce. U had been stated that in the years Immed- iately before us, should export worth of goods every year. Of necessity Canada must depend largely upon her agricultural nrodu :bst with.the (Ml session there were illustrate the large factor insuperable obstacles :u the way of a which agricultural products had in It. thoroi'jh tariff, inquiry anr n-vision. During the year 191iJ. the total exports The amendment called for a revision of Canada were and pt from a government which, in its bud- were farm products get. speech, was promising that very thing. The situation was most pecul- iar from the parliamentary paint of, view. Dr. Clark' referred to the instability of tho tariff. In past years we have had the Fielding tariff, then the White tariff and now came tiie demand for another revision. On the seedbed at ProtecUoi, he sM, you tow a crop ot rested Interests only way to settle a thing, is to do fUrfghC said Dr. Clark, "and Claim Some Increases But Poles Reinforced and Fighting Stubbornly Get rid of that Morning Grouch You feel "headachy" and irritable because your liver is out of order. Take one or two Chamberlain Tablets Tviil rouse the. liver, cleanse, and sweeten the stomach and 'tone up the whole digestive'system. You'll get up tomorrow (morning with the feeling that you are going to enjoy your and do a real day's work. 25c at all dialers or bj mail front Chamberlain Medicine" Toronto LONDON. May ;c Reticliita, a vil- lage on the right bank of the Dnieper river, approximately 125 miles north of Kiev, has been occupied hy.Russian Bolshevik forces, which are also ad- vancing on the fortified outskirts of Bobruisla, on the Beresiua riter, ac- cording to an official-statement .issuec Moscow yesterday anil'received b} Ireless: Fighting ts proceeding 1C miles orthetst of Kiev, the statement de area, and attacks by Polish and Xrainian troops southeast o( Kiev long the Kiev-Poltava railway, hav een repulsed. lie upper reaches of the Bere Ina river, soviet forces are said t< ave occupied a number of village; is miles southwest of Dokchitcha ant 6 miles west of the Deresuia. On this front the battle is going ver a line forty miles long.. Polish forces fishilng in front of linsk have Teceived ''reiuiorcenienLs nd are fighting'stubbornly against the Jolshevp: advance, the statement says. So F, O'Connon Senior Com- missioner of Hoard of merce, Says OTTAWA, May (By Canadian Canadians aro obtain- ing sugar at a reasonable cost was the keynote ot-a.statement made by W. t' O'Connor. K.C.. senior commission- er ot the Board ot Commerce, at the beginning ot an informal inquiry com- menced this morning into the sujar situation in 'Canada. Mr. O'Connor stated at the oulset that the board had kept iu closest touch with conditions in Canada, and was in possession of all the facts of the sugar market, but wished to give the public an opportunity of hearing the facts. The object of the Inquiry is to obtain Information which will enable the board to decide whether it would be in the public interest that sugar control, which was abandoned some time ago, should be resumed. Representatives of the Canada, Do- minion. St. Lawrence and Acadla i-e- ineries aro attending the hearing. Vholesalere are represented liy A. C Pike, secretary of the Canadian Whole ale Grocers' Association. The opening argument of the relin ers, is that, compelled to buy raw ma crial In a common market in Cuba and faced with higher of transpor ation 'HF.J refining, Canadian refln exs are Belling at lower rates of protl than Uniled States refiners. Short age of raw sugar threatens tie con tinulty of the-supply on the conllnea nnd Indicates a probsblo further in Retailers' are subloct to more fluctuations In price and prolH thau are refiners and wholesalers. Many re- tailers have always sold sugar at less Ibau cost and most retailers are sell- ing at leas COM today iu tho sense that they ara not taking tbe CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS When you eat let it be the best. WAGSTAFFFS Seal Seville Orange Marmalade AM Oranjt and Sug o camxtflage. core tiSilt in the cost ot raw Wholesalers in Canada are being a commission of 5 per cent- by the re profit ot per cent, whji-h is neces ciry to covec tho average overhead pst 'of Iho grocery business. In gtv- g these Details, Mr. O'Connor Etat-1 d, however, that the board did nut onshlcr the. retailers justified In tak- S a vrotit ot cent, on Bug- r, because of the, WB turnover and mailer capital Invested In that com- icdlty. Gets Benefits The question ol whether the accep- atice ot toll contracts by Canadian re- ncrs v.-as encouraging speculation In aw sugars was brought up by .Mr. J'Connor. reftacrs aro re- ning for sugar firms in the United tales, stocks which they do not own nd have no interest iu. Tho advtnage, of the system 'was hown to be that Canadian factories were kept going fcy means of these op eratlous and Canada does not lose an) lucks because the sugar would no have come into Canada at all. But Mi- O'Connor stated that Uniled Slate.- icople had demonstrated lhat Bmftl Buyers are speculating in raw sugai and there enhancing the price, conlt not do this if refineries refused to ban die their small contracts. Commission er Murdock was of the opinion tha an Increase ot seven to twelve cents u (he cost of sugar would not havi happened i[ United States refinerie lad refused to mill sugar for sinal purchasers who buy for the mam. focture of Vnurius. D. R. Turnhull, of the Acadla suga refineries, stated lhat these toll con tracts furnished legitimate buaines enough to keep refineries in operatic at a time, when the sugar was protl much of a gamble. And if toll contraci Were ahoilEhed the leomrictiaon' ol Canadian with VJuited States rcline ies would become more difficult. MANY FOREIGNERS S5EK NATURALIZATION NOW EDMONTON, Alta., May steady demand for naturalization as British citizens on the part.of Ukrain- ian and other foreign bom settlers Is reported from the local headquarters of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police: The investigation of these applications Is now forining'a considerable part ol the work of the reorganized force, and when the required iaforma lion is secured the cases are being referred to Ottawa, where, the .final decisions are mado and certificates granted. A Way TVGo West You can go direct to the Coast and toe beautiful Alpino scenery roulo from ato open observation car, You can sec "Fifty In One" without aiclo or changing trains by going over the Canadian J'acifio liailway. fx-aving a follow tlio Bow River through the Oajj Into tho Jlockies nnd tlitrt for twenty- four hours trail one waterway after past BftnK, Kmerald Lolce, Glacier, Sicamoua, and down the Fritter Canyon t-j Tbe Canadian Pacific Railway direct connections with bound to Aiwka and tho Orient u well M witb to all points on tis Coart. For rHemtiom tdtphone, write or itop tin) office of R. J, GORDON TICKET AGENT TWi lumiiisr nee OAN4DUS JA01T10 BQCKI33 HeadafnCB affect all and holii Presents His Credentials, Deliv- ers Message from King George to President WASHINGTON, May Alick- nd Geddcs. new British auihasEadof, rmallv presented hk credentials to resident Wilson at the White House nd exchanged .with the executive as- urances of good will and amity. None of Ihe.i diplomatic- questions ending between tho .United Slates nd Great BrilR.ln v.-cre touched upon pecifically between the president and Ir Auckland. Addressing the president, Sir AucX- and said: "His Majesty, my king, has in- truded me to deliver lo you this let- er and to sar that it Is his desire hat I should at this first moment re- ew io you, sir, his assurances o. the Ivcly "interest which he takes .verytbing that nromotes the welfare ind prosperity ot the ttrRtea States o, before 1 left the court o( St James, I had the honor of hctns received In amlience'by htm, when he charged me particularly.to express to vou sir the vivid sense of pleasurable recollection wilh which he remembers vour excellency's visit and that ot Mrs. Wilson to him at Buckingham i'alace. "He has heard with deep emotion and regret ot ttte loss of health from vrhlch you, sir, hare unhappily surter- cd. He. prays that It'may be only temporary and of short duration and that Almighty God may restore you to your accustomed 'Igor. "He has ached me also to tbanK you with the utmost warmth and cordiality for the gratifying receptions and boundless hospitality which have been extended'to his eldest eon, II. U. II. the Prince of Wales, off each separate occasion on which he has visited, the hnrca and lands-of this great na- '.May I. your excellency, on behalf f my colleagues of tho United King- oin, ;md on my own behalf, associate only themselves, but my own self, these expressions of friendship ud believe me, Idealize the great MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative am Make good staves Cooking utensils. Accept "California" Syrup of Kigs the name California on the package, then you arc suro your child is having the best and most harmless physic for Ibe.little stomacu, liver and bowels.) Children love its fruity Full directions on each botllo. You must say 'Olifomia.''7 Advertisement. grocer wHl appreciate" your discriminating when insist on .haying. Kellogg's Toasted Corn -sealed v arid kept always, fresh-by the "Waxtite" moisture-proof packagei It insures all the crisp freshness and oyen-.toasted goodness of these Corn Flakes'reaching your table just.as they left the ovens in our Toronto Kitchens. Guaranteed by this sig- Kellogg's Com dcd in our .new modernized kitchens p' JORONTO. and olmtyt Everywhere... TOASTED CORN FLAKES I BATTLE CREEK, MICH. TORONTO, CAN. exes but in all cases tho treat- ment should lie dlrectert'to remove the ause, for with the cause removed the leadacheg vanish lor all -time. What Is necessary for a permanent euro is something that will go right lo the seat of the Irouble. For this purpose ft Is impo.'fllhtc to find a bot- er remedy for headaches of all de- ecriplion Uian liurdpck Blood Kilters. acting as It does on ivory organ ol the body lo slrenglhen. purify and regulate Ihe -whole syatein. Mra. Flora Hall, Dominion. N. "I have heen troubled with sfck headaches for Ihe lasl tcn'years had lost faith in nit remedies unti recently a friend. of mine iiovlsed-.rai lo try Byrdoch r.loml Bitters. This dirt, and 'found relicf.'ln a very shor time. I would now recommend B. D B. to anyone -who Is suffering is dW. 1 only took 3 holttcs. and am never trouhlcd with' sick hcaclaclie any more." B. B. Pi. has been on tlie rnarkfil fo over 40 years. Manufactured only b The. T. Mllburn Co., Limited, Toronto Onl. Aflvcrtlfcment. lonor Ihnt has been conferred upon mo In delivering this speech to you. It unanimous wish and hope of the British neoples wherever they may lie, that tho relations of friend- ship and co-operation between tho peoples ot the United Stales o! Amer- ca uml themselves may no strenslli. ened and developed and that no cloud of misunderstanding may ever arise )elwccn them, "It will tie my unceaalng clfort to ever servo the peoples whom I have Iho honor to represent In the further ance of their wish and hope." CHIEF JUSTICE MULOCK IU. TOHONTO, May Mulock of tho Ontario Supremo Crmr anil former postmaster-general, Is con fined lo Wesley hospllal. 'No state menl has been given out an to tlio na lure tif Iho Judge's Illness. Skin Troubles ------Soothed------ With Guticura Cu'Datol: TIM FOLEY DEAD ST. Minn., May Timothy f'olcy, pioneer mining nncl lumber man and widely known railroad contractor, wholesale grocer nnd capllBllsl. died at his homo here early to- day nftcf an Illness of several months. Deceased was born In iS38 In county, Ontario.