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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIXTJEE?^ THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD SATURlliAY, DECEMBER 4,192l SODOESOEBI B�avy Interest Payments Onj * War Loans Puts Up Ex-penditni-es OTTAWA. Bee. 4.-(Can. VrPss)- In aptte of higher revenues, thcro was a^tn iMt month an increase in tho national debt. Heavy payments of Interests on war loans �were chlofly reieponslblc for tlie higher expenditures, total lutefOBt payment-? last month amounting to nearly ?35.0O(i.' 000 M compared witli less than JU."?.-000,000 In November 1919. Both for the month and for tho eight months ending November ;?0, ordinary rovonno shows a heavy Increase over last yfear. In November 1920, ordiuary revenue totalled SSO-SlTiSl."?: in November 1919 $31,618,701. DurinjT Uio eight months ending November 30tb. ordinary revenue totalled: 1920, $290.-099,281; 1910. $218,027,495. The greatest Individual MONTREAL PAPERS INCREASINb RATES MONTREAL.-On Saturday, the Montreal L.-^ Presse announcad that, commencing Monday, Its price would be increased from two cents to three cents, and from three to five cents on Saturday. The Standard also announced an increase In price from five to ten cents, commencing next Saturday. Last week, the Montreal Star Increased it8 out-of-town rail rate from $3 to $8. In al! esses. Increasing cost of paper and production |s given as the cause for raised prices. 903,103. No CTOilit is taken for non-active assets. RUSTY FINDS HIMSELF IN A STRANGE PLACE BY THORNTON W. BURGESS A lot of things not understood Seem fearsome when they're really good. -Rusty Uie Fox Squirrel. RUSH OF GRAIN TO n-nen Farmer Brown's boy took HR.\n OF T.AKR.S I^i'sty the Kox Squirrel, wounded by* ni^.xu yjr , h�nlor with a terrible gun, out of tho hole in a, tree in which he had 1 hktdeu, Uusty was feeling too badly O---- TORONTO, Dec. 4.-The Toronto Star rubilslujs tho following dispatch j l^^' ^^^.^^^ anything. He ft'oni I'ort William : 'was feeling too badly to care much 'Joday 30 steiuners. 90 per cent, of j y,^,^,^,^^ ^^(ter Farmer -inclusive Ol the new luxury and sxiles l.ixps. ptc. was in inland revo.nue- the largest type, are either loading Srain or awaiting turns at the elevators. During tho past few days tho niBh of grain from the west has been unequalled and every available train has been used by the Ihroo railroads, i j,^^^. Gamier Brown's boy had increase The steamships in port have a total . ^^^j^^, j^j^ ^.^p jj^g Q^een Brown's boy had gently washed his wounds .and put a few drops of water in his mouth he I'elt a littlo better, but not enough so to understand what was happening, po he had very little mem carrying capacity of approximately S,iOU,(>00 bushels of wheat. Never be- --last month was nearly $10,000,000,  fore has there been such a large fleet rather more than the inland revenut^ ; of vessels in port at one time. for the whole eight months of l.i.^t ! ----- year. Inland revenue during tbp i LIQUOR SMUGGLING �Jght months of thi.s year has yielded i IS UNDER CONTROL about $t>0,000 ever last y(?ar. Income .tax for the eight montl:s of this your wa-, $9.1-12.996. a very sati:^ftictory Inc-.'page over the .?2.r,l.i,fi,i7 colieetcd In the corresbouding pprio: 192ii. J23S,3-�S.909; 1919, .$202,530,.^f.; lapi-tiil ercyendituro: 1920. S27.012.947; 1919. $251,139,990. Tlu> heavy de-froa.�!e in capital expenditure being of ooufiie due to decreased war expenditures. ?48,9C7.3G3; in the corresponding WINNIPEG. Dec. 4.-Liquor smuggl-1 jj,gtj..s ........ eight montbs of last year, it yielded ing between Manitoba and the United nustv had had to swallow it $9,897,127. profits tax for .States is under control, Major \V. D. | .^^.,,p,J,B^ he wanteil to or nnt. All this the samp period show.'! an increase of ! Clarke, Inspector of the eastern judl cial district, said yesterday. Srauggl _ ing had been carried on extenslveb i before precautious were instituted U prevent it, he stated. Forest and home. There Farmer Brown's boy had carefully examined Rusty's wounds and had decided that though he was badly hurt ho would recover if he had the proper care. Very tenderly he had ! Of course It was wire, for Rusty was dressed those wounds. Ho had put i In a big v.'ire cage warm had been feeling too badly to notice Rusty had knowu little about, for ho, , , , , . ' By and by Rusty began to notice BREAD LOWER AT VANCOUVER j VAXCOFVKR. Dec. 4.-Bread has \ been lowered in price in Vancouver' to a basis of ten cents for an IS-ouuce : loaf. This is a cut of a cent !\ loaf | over tho pi-evious price. About a ^�^eek ago. the smaller bakeries an-1 nonnced the drop and now the larger i RAISES cms, WATE The net debtoiow stands at $2,299.-concerns have fallen into line. It is packed to please and serves its mission is used in imllions of tea|>ots daily. Send us a postal for a Sree sample. Please state the price you now pay and whether Black, Green or Mixed Address Sadada. Toronto. s^za Curtis ilie eiock 1 iSackward TO m HHlTHfUl lUNGS BE WITCHfUl MONDAY HEALTH TALK NO. 8 (BY HYRUM SMITH) l-i'iii;i membranes are doHoate and they s; rv'> a purpose kd important, that imy one who fiads himself with ;i L;;u'-:li. v. iiU any trouble that affects llie brcalhiug. or a growing wealcuess i hill set'ins due to deficient lung action, it is time to grab the chiropractic opportunity by the forelock. it The liniK lueuibraues are under control of spiual nerves. The cause of lun.i; weakness is deficient nerve supply, .loints of tb.o backbone become out of alignment from sumc tli.sturbaiiee of actiJent or habit, and the nerve opciiings between these joints become narrowed. Tho hard bone boars down upon tho soft spinal nerve tissue, and the ordinary stimulus of nerve impulse is wcah'^ned. The luuis's lose "tone and health, (.'iiiro-pruclic sjiinul adjustments remove nerve pmssuro and Nature giV'in a chance, restores heiiltli. They Said He Had TB "After thro;' rio'.tors said I bad TB and I liaJ. niailo application to enter the f:t:ite sanitarium, I was urged to try cliiropractie. 1 had lost thirty pounds and was living on a glass of milk rt day. Under ad.1ustras good tea Always the same rich, tull flavoir^ tea. You probably buy Red Rose Tea in the package with the green label-try the blue label which sells at a trifle more but is richer in strength and flavor. ' Sold only in the sealed air-tight Red Rote Carton. -- Red RosB Coffee is always fresh. HELD UP PAVMASTER; ' GOT $12,000 DETROIT, Dec. 4.-Two armed men shortly before noon held up Paul Sundenburo, paymaster for the Thompson Starret Construction company, and 'escaped with a valise- qontalning $12,000 In pay envelopes. Less than an hour later Charles McCabe, a depositor,. was shot and seriously wounded when three men attempted to hold up the cashier of a bank a mile away.� Every dog has his day, but he is not as certain of it as the old turkey gobbler. The small boy never worries half ai much about where the shoe pinches ai [where the slipper stings. wore of exceptionally line flavor. Mr. : Hawkins has a garden of nir.a acres | 'eTeVTo highYheTe seemedTo on the farm of John Talbot. On this i aiiother roof. He listened for the I plot he has all manners ol vegetables,' -msporing of the Merry Little Breeses, citrous and small irults. ,,w ctra,,,**. WaOace Reid Plays "Sick" At The Empress "VVpllace Reid is a jolly invalid in "Sick Abed," his new Paramount Art-craft picture, which will be the feature attraction at the Kmpress theatre next Monday. As a gardener and horticulturist Mr. Hawkins has few superiors in tho south country, bis neighbors dedarn. Ho is a firni believer in inigation, but i?. not sitting down and doing n'.'thlns until the watftr comes in. Ho is actually domon.-.lriiting what can be done ; on dry laud ;r. ::n average year. And the results obtained have been most astonishing. A student for several years at an agricultural institute in England, Mr. Hawkins cultivatea hia garden plots'  along scientific lines. .lust now he is . working on the eleotrilication of seed, more details of which will be published at a later date. All Evidence On &[press Rates I Is Subnntted 1 OTTAWA. Dec. 4.-(By Canadian (Press.)-The railway board today con-' eluded the taking of ovidence in con-; iiectiGU with the fippHcatlou of the e.xiiress companies for a -10 per cout. 1 increase in raten. .Argument by coun-' sel will tako place on l\[onday. iJe-I ccniber I", :ind jud.mncnt v/ill subse-; (juently be given. j .A.t today'.-i sitting i^xaminatibn of ' Col. Lockhai-t (iordon of Clarkson, I Cordon and Dllwortli, uccountant.s, To-jronto, w;i.i continued liy Ci. R. Uoary, ton behalf nf the city of Ttironto. Tiio i (iMuninatioii consisted iirincipally of i a n-vi^av of tlie conipiitiilions put in i hy Col. Cordon with tho purpose' of j lU'oviiig that tiiG express companies i iu statomeuts pre-sontod to the board I had in many inntances adopted wrong ! methods of calculation, leading to-un-I reliable conclusiona. I Col. Gordon made a point of the j fact that, in the income statement ku))-initted Ip' tho Dominion Kxpross com-1 pany, busine.^H lirofits ta.ves paid over-i Ky:iB were incihnlcd. This ho cousld-i (u-ed to h", conciusive evidence that the i Canadian and ov of Sjjokane, ropresentative.s of financial Imuses, jtrn touring Sou-I'.iorn .\lberta �,:ni\ today arrived in !,(;ihl)ridai'. 'I'liis is an annual trip lor thoni and lii^y liavd been makin;.; man.v iiupiiric:- coiiceiuing business roiulitiont in tli.' tJOUtli. .�\IOXT]:i:AI., IJcc. -l.-Announop-i nii^i'.t i.s luu'lc \\('.T will tlion Hour Candida across to llic I'ucilic CLi.tst. ] LAMP EXPLODED, BADLY BURNED[ ; !! \ Alii.TON", D.;0. 4.-WIiMi a, C'.rjCi' nil l;;,^;i r.\i,|(i(lc(i in ilu'ir bedrtxjr.i ! ! !:;.~t ii .clit. .\Ir;-.. Gertrude CrovfS, ami , [ iirr nine-year-old daughter, Olive. ; 1 V.i r>' li;!iiiv liurned. 'i'hn fiamiiiK "ii ' : Hiji. I'll" to Mr;i. Crovo.s' c!(itiunt!, liiini-, ii:!.; Hi- ;iiii.-:.t;; alcnoHt i^ompletcly I'i'fjii! i.i ;� iKuiy and intiicliiiK tf.'rriblc, j i'lj;:,-'.'-.. 'i"l.!, fluid rof'ivoil sijvuro No Police Court Tlior' is a Jail i,i sny sc.rt. of crime in tho i-iiy. in 'Ik; fart that Ihprc liavo been lwnif'Uis liavu tran:pii-,.'cl in r.'l-ard to Iho nii.iHing Vi)\i\ car, tlir ijruperty of Mr. ,(. H. Thouia.s, wliirh wa.s stolon from out-;;ido his resi(loiifi\ l)ctectiv<'S Walli.s anil lO.yan of the city police are, how-OT?r. workin!^ t'U a fluo. The Demand of Fashion I^ICHNESS and lustre of finisK, fine texture, ^ true-tone coloring end accuracy in sizing and shaping are fasKion's demands of Kosiery. TKese requirements meet the utmost of fulfillment in Holeproof And in addition, it outwears tK� ordinary. It is but natural, tKerefore, that Hole* proof Hosiery is selected by particular men, and women for wear on