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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. D 3R 1, 1920 Wilt DediM llug^ra Money \ ProdaciilK CrMini KoV^^ Cliuh With cumii OTTAWA, Dec. 1.-Dottbt as to the 1 ^oauoiranT'k Gray of Ounn aocuracy of flgures laid befort the . Langlola and company, Montreal. SeauM: they did not vant to tell e board what the retail prices were. The witnesses In question were R.J 3. l^oLeari,- rStiaJk^ bf Bb-wes Cream-��fi^'3*W�J��� not �iif ,de-[butter is being sold .for exp6rt and Present expieilis' chir- .the home cidltmii^ptlon la-.deceasing. boo, amounted'to'z% petjI^oductloh df-Miftttr ;ls>aIso^n cent. Butted fat probably\^irotald fairing. Ch^ae-pt;lc?s are lower, >.ut ex-to 46 cents'next year akcl: with the ports of that article are higher'than proposed increased rates' in' effect the | last year. -A Answering a question put by the chief commissioner the witness stated that there had beeii no decrease in wages paid, but present conditions have been productive of greater effl-Clency so that labor Is really cheaper. Fanners Made Money To. Mr. Carvell witness said that practically all farmers had made money during the past four years. In putting his question, the chairman observed that the farmers were asking for special privileges. "As a mat ter of fact," he said, "have the farm era not made more money in the past four years than in the previous 2C years?' KINGSTON, ipeci'l.-James Young, a farmer bil^auder Township Ifi the county of I^ellhpx ahd Addington, arrested in coria^tloi? vtrith.the death of his wife, wh^ojBJ^ij'Irpd remains were foun4 the 'fc'^ira'i^ his home following tlm''fire/tpoltalls first ride in, ia motor ctif'vi'ben trftjSsported to the jail at Napaneici; � Nptlxjiiig a German cannon, .a vttr'trophjfa'wjarded the town, toun#'ihquired.liliktt'1t Was. Thk M-formatlon apparently conveyel little to him. "bidn't you hear about tli'e war?" asked the provincial police oRicer. Young replied th^t .he had "heard some of the fellow^ talking about it a while back, but didn't pay much atteu-tioh." East and West Edmonton Are Only Wet Constituencies in the Province EDMONTON, Alta., Nov. SO.-Final count in plebiscite shows dry majority of 18,742. East and west Edmonton go wet. Final figures of the prohibition vote held on October 25 have been compiled by*H. H. Hull, general secretary of the Social Service Council, and show the dry majority to be 18,742. East and West Edmonton were the only two of the twelve federal constituencies to show wet ma-Mr. Johnston, while disposed td jorlty. The totals by federal constl-agree that they had done very well , tuencles are as follows: said that previous to the war many of ! Constituency them had not made "wages" on the w. Edmonton . ta.rm. E. Edmonton . Mr. Carvell also wanted to know Strathcona ... why, if it was necessary for the ex-1 victoria .. ... pr6s8 companies to make more money, fiattle River . the creamery business should not pay 1 Red Deer ____ �y Wet Total Maj 89 6576 13168 �187 3922 3988 8014 'ee 4962 3359 8399 1603 6593 3547 9166* 2046 4433 2891 8386 2542 . ._______...... 8088 3005 11152.5083 its proper share. West Calgary . 5615 4152 9907-1463 Mr. Johnston thought that the busi- East'Calgary .. 4302 4187 8639 115 ness was already paying its proper- Macleod ..... 4319 3119 7506 1200 tionate share. Besides, it was prob- Bow River 5681 3572 9393 2109 able that the operating costs of the Lethbridge .... 3881 2720 6681 1161 express companies would come down. ; Medicine Hat . 4677 3004 7801 1073 W. A. Brown, poultryman of the; The total votes were: Dry 62.802; departnaent of agriculture, Ottawa, de-'^et 44,120; total 108,212; majority , , ,_ , _ 18,472. These are wet" majorities. All others are dry. . ?^^er6 ', were 1^30 ,' spoile-d ballots. Was Under Special Treatment for Rheumatism For Three Years But Nothingf Helped Him UntU He Got Tankc, Says Cutforth. "Tanlac has made a brand-new mahi of me, and I can'Jt find words to praise it enough " said CharlekiW. putforth,] v/ell-knowO^';farm'Sr llv^ at' Rose-l burn, Maiitpbai, . '''f . "Ten yiirs ag6 I was throwjn from my horse >�nd had my right Vnj ^nd leg hrotufa, \U.,i9fiM four months before I was able to get about again, and even after that I bad a pain in my right arm like somebody ^was ]i ricking me with a needle. This went on for about a year; then the pains spread to my side and legs and my right foot became so swollen and painful I couldn't bear my Weight on it. I called a specialist and was told I had rheumatism, and for years J liad special treatment but never got an.vthlng more than temporary relief. "My digestion became so upset I didn't dare to eat meat,; and even after eating milk puddings and eggs I vrould have terrible pains in my stomach. My nerves became so unstrung that I could get very little sleep. "When everything else failed to do lae any good I gave Tanlac a try-out' .lind improved so much on the first' four boitles Ikep.l^ right.0n with it un-1 I ift'as #611 aifi'^ey^jt.iwas M^y  hung^eas St.-fcear Wiethe ,,-^,,j_ y^nicn nis me m caireat imything set t^^oK 'J^^^JL^I'^^.JL^^ me and never have � pariicle oflndi- iSlil'.Sfl-" " gestion. "All signs of rtaeumatisih have disappeared. I haven't an ache or a pain in my body and can walk and run as well as I ever could. My nerves are as steady as a clock and I sleep like a log all nigfit. I've gajned about twelve pounds In tweightaud am so much stronger I can work from daylight to dark without getting tired out." Tanlac is sold In Lethbridge by J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Limited, Druggists. claretl that in order to encourage the building up of the poultry Industry In Canada .the express; rates on these products should not be increased. Express rates were. In part, responsible for the high cost of poultry products. Mr. Brown fetated.rhat the demand now was for live poultry, rather than for dressed from the farmers. Mr. Carvell asked if a man who shipped live poultry by express 'should not pay a fair price for that service. The witness admitted" that he should do so. The chairman of the board then remarked that in any hotel or rallwary dining car a man would pay $1.50 for a pound of chicken which, _ , __, ^. r\_____ A..r,�J would not make a meal for him. Wit-; Aftpcal CoU,rt CutsPown Award BA LOSES r $1000,000 ness claimed the high exnreas charges were largely responsible for .this. H. R. Gray, president of the"^^nad-,ian Prod^vce assocIStion and jolntiman-feer of-Gunn Langlols and coiiipSny, Made in Famous Kelly Case WINNIPEG, Dec. 1.-(Can. Press) ife. as^ttW^^as IPbear aUhe 5.?.?^ Manitoba appeal court today ^ Si^ihi^" 1^^^^ iiT, *�15,211 from the award made to Mr.-..tDarvell asked as to retail,prices, t^e provincial government by an arbi-The witness declared he did not know _ tratlon board against the firm of them. Do you mean to .tell me, ask-1 rpj^^^^g Kelly and Sons for aUeged ea the chairman, that you have no faulty construction of casslpons under Idea what the consumer pays? If the new Manitoba parliament �buUd-you have not, then you apparently do j^gg not possess the intelligence that your j The case has been dragging through You are the second'tvin courts for the last five years. DISCOUNT ON ALL SHOES & SLIPPEftS face indicates. Wholesaler to tell me that today, seems singular, but perhaps it possible for a man to shut his when he does not wish to see." eyes ALBERIASm. WINATGHICAG 'I the.................. Practically halt the award made by Is the government was set aside by the appeal court. Tlie judgment means a loss to the province of approximately $1,000,000. Interest on the sum for the la.st five years amounted to over $300,000. The amount now osvins the government by Kelly is $.'388,133.65, with interest I at five per cent, since 1915. ; I The province may take an api>eal to the supreme court of Canada. CHICAGO, Dec. 1.-Alberta has nothing to complain bt In the International Stock Show awards, as the imiversity steers con tin nod to eani new honors In the Clay Robinson specials for junior yearling steers displayed or Martin heifers of any brsed or cross breed. They .got first 'with Beau Perfection', contributed by the Curtice Cattle Co., fourth with Greenwood Bay, contributed by Smith of Camroae, and sixth with 'Bonnie Lad 30th, contributed by Mace. In the college special for groups of five steers or heifers any breed or mixtures of breeds they g^^t second In a class of fourteen groilps with five Heretords. First in this class was j Amos, Iowa. In college specials I groups of three, they got first against ; competition. In hay and grain show, I Alberta carried off first, and seven ad-' ditional placings in oats for region No. 1. fish catch falls off THIS WEEK ON^. all purchases strictly cash ask to be fitted-shoes for all ages. W. J. NELSON !e falling off as compared with the corre.sponding" month last year, according to tho monliily stiitement'Trom thri fisherioa department. The state-wont shows that during October of the pre.-,ent year, the catch amounted U) 431,724 pwts., while in October KilO, it was 711,527 cwts. The value of the October catcli at the point of landing this ye.nr was $1."75,071, as against $U,o^r.,5.:; Ottober, 1015. Soothes tired nerves. For restful sleep at night apply BAUME BENGUE on the forehead and Lack of necki ' BEWARE OF SUBSTi^ilfE$ St.00 a tab*. THE lEEMING MILES eO^UD. MQNTnr.AL ^ Acantstor Dr. Jvica Bengt^ relieves pain and CRULLERS DOUGHNUTS! There is nothing more wholesome and delightful than dougiintits of crullers rightly made.. Their rich, golden color and appetizing aroma! will create an appetite quicker'than anything else in the world. Here are the famous Dr, "Price doughnut and cruller recipes: ' rtafelMpeotat horMttint Houp.!Pllk / 1 teaspoon nutmec : teaspoon salt 3 cuptflttur , ^. .. � , 4 teWiioaiia pf. iprl ,J- V Bakloff Powder Cream shortening^ add sugar ahd |*|ll-be^ten''eggj itir in, milk; add hiitmeg, salt, flour and baking powder which hafe vb^en tdjt^d: together and enbiigh additibiisi flour to make dough Stiff enough to roll. Roll out on floured board to about a inch thick; out out. Fry in deep fat hot enough to brown a piece of bread in 60 seconds. Drain on uni^lazed paper and sprinkle with powdered sugar. mm BamsPoMiif Mb from Cmms of Tartar, ilwliiMl frMk ( HADE IN CANADA Afltmoon Tc� Ooashtnn� ten* % taMpooii �alt \k teaapoon grated autmec 3 tablespoons shorteDins  tablespoons atilk 2 cups flour 3 teaspoons Or. Priea'a Baklas Powder Beat tgga until rery light; add sugar, salt, nutmeg and melted shortening; add milk, and floor and bakiogr powder which have been nftcd together; mix well. Drop fay teaspoons into deep hot fat and fry until brown. Drain well on uncrhaed i�pcr and spHnkle lightly with powdered sngar. 4 tablespoons sbortinlail  I cup susar '5'**^'^ (Ax tt^KpS^dBiten^n Baklnc Powder HeupmUk Cream shortening; add sngar gradually and beaten egffs; sift together, flour, cinnamon, salt and baking powder; add one-half and mix. welt; add milk and remainder of dry ingredients to make soft dough. Roll ont on flotired board to about yi inch thick and cot into strips abont 4 inches long and H inch wide; roll in bands and twist each strip and bring ends together. Fry in deep hot fat. Drain and roll in powdered sugar. All measurements for all materials are level m t , till We Are Agents for the VICTROLA and VICTOR RECORDS Large Stock of Both from wUch to Select Mason & Rischj Limited ill BALMORAL BLOCK LIETHBRIDQE. ALBERTA raw* RECOR ECEMBER Vocal Records Whitperlna Hope VivUn Holt-Lillian Rcnedale Abide With Me Joy to the World Trinity Quartet) Adesto Fidcles Oh, Come, All \> Faithful Glandon Roberta That fumble Down Shack in Athlqne Charles Harrison Dear Old Pal of Mine Cinderella (Fairy Tale FrankOrr IJttie Red KIdinft Flood (Fairy Tale) v Old Hundred (Ali People That On Earth Do Dwell) Peerless Quiulet Now the Day is Orer . , My LI ttle Bimbo Down on The Bamboo hU' BiUy Jonci Diddle-de-um-te-dum Avalon Lewis JTaineil.,^... 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