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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN THE LETKBRTDGR DAILY THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1920 house immigration committee to-Jay b} its' chairman, Representative -Iphu- ton of Washington. The measure would permit tho admission only at blood relatives of rltlion-t or j who had declared (heir SutouUou o( becoming naturalised and the entrant ol 'for not more than sis months for I travelers. i Ihe bill, Mr, Johnson explained. Is a tentative draft which will be the basis of commlltco Chan- ges suggested by other members ol i the 'committee, ho saM, might be lu- I corporate in the measure. Natural- By Washington Represents-! is not dealt with in tho bin, i Chairman Johnson explained that this phase of (ho alien question Is- taken care of by house. The. clause permitting six .months' Dec. entry of aliens from Canada, Cuba Won, Into the'Uutted States would and Jiciko, Mr. Johnson said, Is con-, practically be suspended for two. sUlared necasssT..to provide, for loni- ycars under a bill submitted to the porary. adnjhslon. of .workers In cer- Representative Johnson said he es- j peeled the Immigration bill to be for lho house !n the session opfus next Monday. Would Be' Drastic Measure bill pending before the Poowi in tna system causa p'jin aches and sltffness Tha poison: quickly ky the ot j Or. iddnejr Pills i On ptll dose, 25s a j all dealers. Girls! Save Your Hair.! Make It Abundant! Following Preliminary Hearing For 'Bail Being Made WINDSOR. Dec. Rov. J. 0. L. Spracklin was laken to Sandwich jail Immediately following hearing today.'of the charges-agalusl him in the Windsor pollco court.: The charges are of "un- lawtqlly killing and slaying Beverley Mr. J- H. Rodd, crown attorney, who officiate at the trla! of Rov. Mr. Sprscklln, Ontario license inspector, charged with manslaughter. EVEN "THUNDERER" ERRS SOMETIMES LONDON, Dee. that Baron Defborough had died sud- denly last evening In Birming- ham which were published: this morning by the London proved to be Incorrect. It It lu- thorhatively slated he Is- In the best of health at his home 'at Taptow Court, and that he has not visited Birminnhom. Wai Earl Bessborouoh LONDON, Dec. was the Ear! of Bessborough who died at Blrmlng- during the course of %rald' ham while making and riot on the Cbappell House-at 3 of' Lord' Desborough, the .noted sports November 6 by the special license in-inien and chairman of the "chamber of spoclor and-his squad. j commerce convention at Toronto, last Bail-application is. being made by! summer, as stated in the Tlmes.'The W.O. for R L is succeeded by Viscount Dun Brackin, .M.P.P., counsel for the pri cannon, at present a member of the Immediately after a "Danflerlne massage, your aalr tales on lustre and woud'ous appear- soner. Keither Spractliu, his counsel W. H. Furlong, ,nor the aciing prosecutor, any statement In Magistrate" Gun'dy-ordered' the case to go for in the superior court at the next session, stating that Ihe charge could not be dealt with by a police :maglstrate, LEAGUE REFUSES fo" CONSIDER AMENDMENTS OENHVArDsc. resolution re- jecting the consideration ing twice us heavy and plentiful, he--' meats tpithe: league covenant at this causo eacli hair aecms to flnO" and session'and providing for a commit- thicken Dont let >our hair stay life- tee tivstiidy Changes before the meet- commons for Dover, Tho elevation of the viscount to the house of lords will thusicreate a vac- ancy in the representation In the Dov- er division. Viscount Duncannon re- ceived a majority of the last general election. Lumber Takes .4 Slump Here Lumber has dropped In price from five to fifteen a f thousand in Lethbridge This de- J, less, colorle'is, plain or scraBgly. You, the nekt assembly, was passed clme went into effect on Wednes- }ots of longl sfronE. beautt- by the assembly of the league at to day of this vreek. Shelving, which session .with but one'dissenting vote. tol balr A 35-cent "Danderine" bottle of delightful freshens jour scalp, cherts Jaridruff and falling hair. This Milton Hallmau of New Dundee d.ed stimulating beauty tonic' gives; to as a result of taking by mistake a semi fading hair that youlhfuljmercury Is in gond demand In Lethbridge Is now selling a thous- and, .Instead of a thousand and stilngles..droppe'd to 9. is a drop on practically every kind of lumber. Choosy Your Gifts Before The Begins Again we warn pur customers and friends the neces- 'sity of'doing their Christmas shopping early. Every year since the inauguration o't.'oui- business we have tried to impress upon one and all this timely warning. Each year ithas been heeded by the careful and thoughtful those who give more study to the gift problem and choose mpre suitable gifts for their be rushed at the last minute and choose.at random articles that are not suitable or appreciated by the.recipient.. This year we extend to you a hearty in- :vitatiori to visit our store early. Any arti- cles that you wish to purchase for Xmas gifts can be secured and held for you by paying a small deposit." Our staff of sales- men, you mil find are only too pieased to show you our merchandise whether you in- tend to purchase or not. Let us.recom- mend our service and high grade merchandise t o you this coming holiday seaspn. Let Wright's sup- ply your gifts and be assured that they will. bring, happiness 16 ev.-' eryone 'receiving' them, "GIFTS THAT LAST" The City's Largest and Finest Jewelry Store, Eye Specialist in Charge of Optical Dept. 1920 That is Reason For Big Fall ip Prices Declares Robert Blarfll WINNIPEG.' Dec. Ma- Kill, secretary of the Winnipeg Grain B o, 1113 luelll Uvf t> the Canadian As- sociation yesterday on wheat prices. The slowness ct business, was, hs said, not peculiar to Canada, but was universal.' The wheat situation' had less to do with thus than anything else the coimirr prodoced. "If it was not for'our-wheat whore would we Mr. MagUl. Tha speaker explained that Great Britain-had; daring the months of May, Juue" and July purchased fm- quantities of gntita from ojuri- tries other- than Canada, and had sufficient'supply to last till January or February. In previous years they had been big purchasers of Canadian grain, but tola year the flrat request for grain was.only received, from the motherland-two weeks ago. This would have almost mined tlia country If it wero not for tho fact that France, Belgium ana the-Scandinavian coun- tries had bought more grain than ever In Canada and the United States millers were, .also heavy purchasers. LONDON, Dee. Krasstri, the Bolshevik minister of trade and commerce, already hits .been handed the British trade agreement, which' has been signed, says a wireless mes- sage from Moscow today, quoting the newspaper Pravda Nothing official could he learned here concerning the, Pravda's state- ment. That is Opinion' in Oliver Will-Be Able To' Carry On' OTTAWA, Results in the provincial Selections in British Columbia yesterday are re Carded here as symptomatic of the generally unsettled conditions in Can- adian politics While the Oliver gov- ernment is li: is noted tha't the administration may'be largely de- pendent existence on support of the independent group Little doubt is felt, that Premier Oliver will he able to carry onr unless labor returns deplete, his present ma' Jority of three over iConservatives and Independents combineii. The Mc- Bflde. government, it i< pointed on I, at bno time was only able to carry un important motion through the'British Columbia legislature with the aid of two Socialist votes. Considered as a whole, the'results' urn iaken to imply a breaking away from the old parlies and the probable rise of group government. haps it Is not all modesty, but a liltle Or -why not commence foreign Ian- idjjcretion also on the part of the big guages In 'grade IX-te dogs, that actuates their behavior. J'through high school as compulsory (You see, should oae ot them come to i subjects of the rcpctltloa of jthf fronr fn and'Canadian history anil T. G. McHugh, acting-crown attor- ney at the preliminary trial of Rev. Mr." Spracklin, Ontario license In- spector. People's Forum PUBLIC SCHOOL COURSE STUDIES Warner, Nov. 29, 1920. Editor of The Lethbridge Herald. Dear I be granted space In, etc., etc., .to make a few humble remarks upon the nlready. much-gnaw- ed bone ol contention, "the. Public School Course of Studies." :You see my old high school' principal early impressed indelibly -upon my mind, the old proverb; "Opportunity knocks at a man's door only and I ever found it good policy to agreo with him Hence my desire, tc cars jay fangs also, at this.very inviting bone, ere It be whisked beyond my ken Yes, I have i'read the studies or more c little dogs can have no serious effect his first-year will'sound a solemn one way or the other, growl and bark "amen" to that suggestion, i feel cer- how we will, not obtain am- tain. Such is the practice followed evidence truth of this at the in B. C. at any rrte.jand.the high recent oae of our school graduate of province can "heavyweight- educationalist! on the always tell one off hand; how many, platform, doaned his suavest; hairs there were In Heary VIU's smile and his most politic altitude to beard, and how many salmon-tails escape 'precipi latlog a crisis. Bear w lth; Dickens; yet little lon- ger. Ah patient reader, Thls-was all necessary preamble, He Is now to begin the 8tory..: In regard to and geography were cast Into the Gulf of Georgia iu the year Now, like William Tell, I have left, yet.another arrow la my: quiver.1 Should bothjct the abore-uieutloaeu suggestions. la regard to the study of a-LJaturV 1 gether front the .work ot grades iX and XT" .By teaching them we mere- ly serve as: a for .tupper, what has already .appeared, and been plck- ed over at breakfast and dinner, for they are both taught, thoroughly too, ia'grades XII .They are. very uie yes! Astronomy, even" astronomy, as some party or so suggested'to the "de- partment of education uot: long ago, thereby almost throwing that august Into a parovysm levity for tho novice. Well why not? in Biauca auu i ucy aju i el v ni_ i stale by the time they reach the High Kow wj'h to Cassltis, let Schooi.. of neirness has me saT: r am at mv pissed from them forever. .Nothing Is left for the atude'nt eicepl mon'otonpua drudgery. Leave them out entirely, and inske room for Epmething new and ittracllTe.. There are numberless Tirgin Delds of study to esplorc. But if history we must have again in these .grades.'IX-'and X, then let world's hlstiry.Jie (aken here, rather than setting forth a 200 page book of it to he maotlcaled In grade XI If It were" found it could be thorough- lv coTered before the entrance to grade XI, veil and good. Then might grade XI hive the time now devoted to that subject'for some other, either a new or a present one: me say: "I am at an end; my pen Is sot hoots, threats and dan- gers deed Is dene-. Love of the "conservation -of energy" (mental) hath done this deed. Thanking you Sir. Editor, for the publication of this trifling dissertation I am, Prln. H. MANZER; Warner Con. School. C.P.R. CONDUCTOR ACQUITTED MONTREAL, Dec. Garc- eau, the third ot the nine C.P.R.- con- ductors'aqcuscd of theft as agents ot the companv, acquitted yester- flay. (course of lorrectly, I had it ex pounded to meim'arge doses at Nor- mal School.by 'kind welt qualified, to explain its intricate com- plexities and meandering repetitions, the while I, viilli many others sat mutely by and marvelled that those kind Instructors, could appear so in- terested. I am a leacher too, as you might already have suspected by my slowness In coming- to the. point, therefore my voice has a sm.all right in the coun- sels of: the chiefs., And above all this, r Jnten'd to sign'my real name to this verbal ramble (not merely a "Southern Alberta or some other such criminally non-committal cognomen) so .that should the "Sword of Damocles" fled'it necessary to fall, it will know what cerebrum to enligh- ten with -Its perforation: the question may well be ask- "why do so.many of these little dogs yap and snap about.the heels of this subject; whilst the big dogs re- main in 'the background sllentt" Per- DO jm fcave regnlarfy, week or so? Onbiaryhtadacho Temediea, that merely dull tho do no ptrmanenl good. What yoa need u somethang to get at tie teat of tronble and do permanent good DOMINION C.B Q. {Carara, Bromide, Quinine) Tablets relieve the throbbing x------, ii.jt.ic me uuuuuuig cccomea tevew. urry tnem with you painorthednlliche. And they do more, when traveling. They ire safe, ,or Neuralgia, DOMINION c. B. Q. yon world of good, and permanent good. Keep a box handy. Take them when you feel an attack coming are, they will completely reueie the troublo befom the pun becomes Wvere. Carry linn wilh vott They help to regulate Ihe system break attdirectly on thf stomuh and liver and, IK a gentle vay, are valuable tonic, 'If )ou are ioljeet la Bredk up Colds Grippe m a tew hours effective. They are prepared by tlic National Drug Chemical Company of t Limited and told, in the red box, by drogguu. Aikforlbtzubyiuiae WINNIPEG, DM. 2.-Quarts of pas- teurized milk In bottles will be rcdueJ cd effective Saturday next a' quart, .It was announced by local creameries today. The reduction will bring the price to 15 cents a quart, i Milk in pint bottles will remain at j tho present price of 3 cents. Coffee cream will be reduced from 16 to 1-1 i cents a half pint and whipping cream from 25 to 21 cents per half pint. CHEQUE ARTIST GETS' TWO MONTHS IN JAIL In the city police court this mom- ing'Magistrate Irwln sentenced John R. Norton Id two months In the pro- i vincfal jail on a charge of false pre- tenses laid by A. E. Humphries. Nor- ton, who was formerly n street rail-1 way motormnn. passed seven chetjUes, drawn on the Standard Bank on var- ions merchants in the dtyr and had no account In She bank to cover Ihera.! Owing to lho fact that the convicted man haa a wife nnd four children, tho magistrate exercised leniency. Drink was the causo of the man's action. A Woodstock, Ont.. amateur wire- less telephone operator picked up a message- sent from 1.800 miles away on tho Atlantic seaboard. BANK CLEARINGS Bank clearings for Ihe week ending today Vero ns against for cor- responding week a year ago. The clearings contlnua consist- ently over the million.iuarji..' b ff ff ff 4 ft 4 fy 4 ff 4 Overflow Bargains from the Full-page Advt. at the Bay The Rug Dept. das many very special Values In Rugs that anyone needing a rug cannot afford to pass up. The prices cannot be surpassed In Western Canada today, The list below Is a irnull sample of the prices. stock been reduced in like manner. Aiminster reg. ssls Axmlnster Rug ?51.00; sale Axmlnster Hug reg. ?72.50; salo 0x12 Axmlnster Rug 'reg. 596.00; sale Wilton Rug Special reg 552; salo.. Wilton Rug. reg. sale...... 3'j9; Wilton Rug; re- Biilar ?100; salo...... 3'xlO'6" Wilton Rug reg. {103; sale Curtain Goods -ineir uimosi TO wan on an trie cus- tomers who want to save money on much needed Qootli. The following prices show the reason; colored In ivory nf prrn. Sfi inches wide; O M regular 45c; sale........ JTlC PLAIN Ivory or cent regular and S5c Sale Price OjC VOILE with fancy colored bor- iler anil iloiible hcmstllched; regu- lar Sale Price OUC ireavy weight MARQUISETTE In cream or ecni, fancy hemslUch- nil borders, 36 inches wide, ncgii- lar nn Halo Price OOC One lot of CRETONNES com- prising 17 different patterns; regu- lar from 65c to SSc yard ttt Snlo pnr yard........... CRETONNES in shadow or dart ground designs; reg. rjn J1.15; aals yard lUC CRETONNES; KB. JI.2B sale per yard............ CRETONNES: reg. QC. ,sale yard UDC i Two only-pieces CRETONNE, 50 inches wide., and reversible; spec- ial Talue, .regular ?1.75 -1C Sale price SHADOW inches Tide, splendid design, suitable for furnitpre covering or. heavy hang- Ings; regular If.60 per yard; sale QJ.V3 36 Inch CLOTH. Will make a lovely portiere cur- tain, reversible, regular CC ?2.6p; sale Window Shades a Sav- ing of 20 Per Cent All our big stock of In plain green, plain green with cream insertion and green ,and cream combination offered-to the public at this bis saving. No need to go longer without that new shade you need. -All sizes DISCOUNT of 20% Many Have Taken Advan- tage of Oiir Special the Luggage Department This Is. your beat opportunity to get your Xmac Luggage. .Fibre 'covered Irunk with fibre InlcrliiiliiK built -.j tlu I.-.id wear. 35-inch size, two heavy straps. Reg. ?23.00 C1 "7 C Sale Heavy Fibre Trunk same as above without the: straps. Iteg- ular. QJJ Sale................ OH.OJ Heavy Canvas Covered Trunks, large dome and torn- era. Twb heavy atrAiA heavy elm slaU, 36 inch f.ba. Rtg Ai n liter' Steamer El2fl canvns cpvercd Trunk, well reinforced with steel binding, two Regular J14.60. Salo SUITCASES 26 Inch Brown Leatherette Bull Cases. Regular nP 26 Inch Brown Leatherette Suit CnseS'With straps. Eegu- jho t n lar Sale 26 Inch Brown Keratoi Suit Case, scalloped corners, cloth lining with pocket, wide straps. Reg- nn ular Sale I ,JU 26 Inch Brown Leather Suit Case, largo reinforced corners, wide straps. Regular tic if saio 516.75; 18 inch Russell Leather CTub Bag, well made and lealher lined. Regular Aon Sale 20 inch Black Embossed er, sewn frames, leather lined Regular 521.25. frm nr saio GET YOUR XMA3 GIFT NOW ANO SAVE MONEY- FOR OTHER PURPOSES. 'ALL TOYS of any description and our Mm- Men's Department Continued ALL.QUR NECKWEAR Silk, poplin, fancy allks and knit- led. llegular 1 1.00 Salo Prico HHC Heeular Salo Price Regular dVoX Salo Price SI, 20 Regular Sale Prlco Regular js.OO 1ft Sslo Prico FANCY SILK SCARFS For. nion and youths, beautiful Xmas gifts. llsgiilar Sale Prico Regular Siilo Prico Regular Snlo Prico Regular Salo Prico ;