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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1920 IKE LETHBRTDGB DAILY f ign AID 'AGE KLEVEN Doesn't Think Southern Alberta Has Anything to Worry About ff.----- Calgarj" Men Finds Businew ani went to the river. Procuring Conditions Good Nothing IE Irrigation develop- ment la being undertaken In boat be went Into the stream to an overhanging bough. There ho fasten- ed the rope to the boaja. and ttandlng up li the boat futened It around his neck. His idea was to take the arsenic, then Immediately to shoot through tho head; in the ALLEGED TO HAVE ROBBED HARVESTER Chief Olllesple has received Infor- mation that a mau .of the came of Clarence McliougaH has leea arrested and belli In Moose the city police there on Information forwarded by him. It Is alleged thai McDougall, while In Lethbridge, robbed a young from Ontario, who was .iu he city at the same tlme.'.of the filing of and made' away with It manager of the C. P. P. L. the boat would be kicked out B. de- fronTuiHler. him and then bef would Monday ou bla vlalt to the Herald the The coal iniiuslry was never more looked (cod, to he took the put the pistol to bis head and fired. Some- how the bullet tailed to find its mark, ager of the coal mines branch, -who accompanied Mr, Najsmltli. All mlnee ure" getting out ns'much coal tf.sot- Bible, and there will he a steady sale till fsprihg. The prairies, however, arc getting pretty well filled up with coal. Concerning business conditions, Mr. XaUnilih skid lie found business quite good in'Lethbrldge. In fad, be.gaid, Alberta La'd nothlnr- to worry-jabput.: talk bad mostly by the fellow who Is scared business and general pessimism IB of what Is going to' happen.. If vre look on the bright side, things would bo better all round, and he told an- appropriate story. mtih- ijiui graiinc hia neaa aco cutting the During the last election campaign In the States; in one district dovfn roye. He tumbled ioto the river mud swallowed so much muddy, water that it acted as as antidote to.the arsenic, aud the suicide nas a complete Jlzde. And he was the first man. declared elected next day. The program of the first day of the U. F. A. convention, which opens on tu Mississippi, where there had ncvt- been a-Republican elected since registration of 1.20 pL one'call remember, they had to find opening exercises; 2.30 p.m., address a ilepublican candidate In order to j on co-operative marketing of wheat keep people' the fact B- 6. McRorr, western manager of such really esbted. Tbora the U. a. 0., p.m., ap- bad tc- bV somebody to be defeated, 1 POlntmenl of committees; 5 p.m.i con so after shout a "goat" of resolutions; S p.m., ad- was found. Tills iioor fellow 'cam.'dress by S. S. Dunham; S p.m., mua paignod yery religiously but the out. lea' program under direction'of Mr look was that every day Iw Ernest Layton; 10 reports of. grew more .and niore despondent till on the day before election he de r elded there .were only two courses open defeated or to cflmmH sjllpliie, .He decided sui- cide. HavlnE.BO decided, he made up his a good job of.it, So that nothing might be; left to ALLEGED CARD SHARPER IS ORDERED OUT OF CITY An alleged card sharper Jn'the per son of B., Verwilger, was up before; LARGEST TRBTLE QN CONTINENT CONDEMNED Duhamel Bridge, which the Bad la River Valley about eight ml'.es southwest of Camroie, ib U3J7 feet long, IIS feet High, anil contains feet of lumbe r. This bridge Is the largest trestle on the continent probably the largest iu tha world. The bridge has bee B recently condemned for railroad traffic and wg learn on good authority filial plans are under way by which next. year_tne_C.N. and O.T.P. will enter Camroae over C.N. tracks and a union station built not far from the presen t Canadian Pacific Hallway depot. Plebiscite To Be Submitted Will Also Refer to Managerial Government Instead of waiting for tomorrow aa at first advised, the Commis- sioners passed the following res- olution at a special meeting held at two o'clock the following questions be submitted to the electors by plebiscite on the cecgnd .Monday pf December, 1920: 1. Do you favor paying Mayor HirdleJ6.000.00 per 2. Do you favor- advancing' Commissioners. 'Frtemiti and. to each per annum? 8. Do you favor a change from the Present Commission Gov- ernment to the Managerial Form? In spite of there not being anything, of the ol a mayoralty or Com Famjers Must Make More Mon- ey or Curtail'U. S. Prpduc- Iion, He Declares be harmony among the various agrl- conditions It they do not produc- cuUural associations, official and un- ion up. and they certainly cannot official." Commissioner Davis jaid. keep It up if the cotton ths "The world Is a'sick man, due to re- wheat farmers and the live stock action iron) the over-exertion of fight- growers of the nation are compelled Ing the great war. The great hope of. to produce at a loss." every One now, is to get. things bade' to a normal .basis, and the ono thing that will bring normality back Is pro- duction of tha-basic necessities of lite. "This production of life's necessar- ies Is the bedrock of all of our national ELOPING PAIR CAME TO CANADA, GIRL SENT BACK, DIVORCE IS" OUTCOME LONDON, Nov. Mall, Can adtan Associated -friilt economic-life. But we cannot have the hopes the farm- ers when harvest time ____ comes around. It Is not the less elopement of a.husband ..and a CHICAGO, Dec. return of this duly of anybody, whether laborer, mer- girl, not hlj wife, to-.Canada, where country to'another and more drastic or farmer, to sha was not permitted to era ot high-price's for all commodities. at a If present conditions described by the wife to Lord.Ander: for i'fcodslufls' and wearing appurol of working at aMoss continue on the son to the divorce court at ,'Edlri- espec.'ally, wis predicted by Fred W. farms of the nation, then there will ba burgh. Davis, commissioner of agriculture 'of enforced 'restriction v of production, lUtherine McLaren Hanken, Poljok- In-his keynote speech will, certalnly.bring us back to Glasgow, petitioned for a div- iheVN'aslonal Association of Com.mfs-.a new level of high prices. orce from James McGregor, of Hua- floners and Secretaries of peparlments f Conditions in the South her Street, her husband. of Agriculture, at the Auditorium hotel "In many, sections of the south tha i Mrs. McGregor said she was married today. ._ cotton found that It win in "My husband left for Canada 1 Commissioner Davis' speech took cost them f 10 mpre a bale to pick and j in December, 1919, to start1 a motor to Canada in that ship, ticisti. bore consecutive numbers. The' ftrl' waa not permitted to enter Csaiifc v. She murued to the skip uuder McGregor camo back to this country" with A divorce was granted. Exposure Aches- Rheumatic Pains SToin't'Unlment, Kept Handy, the Fight Out of Them. SLOSHING around In the wet and dreaded rheumatic "ut not louj Sloan's Llnlnient is put on the Job! I'alns, strains, soon this ol'! faiully friend penetrates, without rubbing and helps drive Vti> away! And how cleanly, muss, no bother, no stained cloggcd pores. Muscles: uv, lumbago, nclatlca, neuralgia, bacU- ache are promptly rellnred Keep a bottle handy; Get one today if you'vo run out of Sloan's Liniment, it's ao. wanning. All 70c, ?1 49. Tb c-hance he decided to commit suicide Wagislrate 'Irwjri.Mils' (Tuesday) i gaTded as a' certainty that tho nues- three ways at the same time He got -1-----" some arsenic, a revolver and a ropa DANDERINE Stops Hair Coming Out; 'Thickens, Beautifies. A few cents buys "Danderlne." Af- ter a few applications find a fallen hair or any dandruff, besides every nalr showl new brightness; more color and abundance. WORK while you sleep" 1 mornlpg pn the pnaree of Uon ct the Mayor's salary Ir, the form ano was fined w.itb orders to a willhe submitted to out city as soon 35 possllile voters on election daV. In addl- J, eSim to lhls be Ihe.qiierttott with another party sitting. a card. as tp the voters are in favor-- game, signalling him i signs of whatior not Df ,ne managerisl form of gov cards the others in-the .game held.' This confederate was "given a shprt order-to get offt of jh.e city, and was seen on the train by the city detec- tives. ho acceptable: Makes plea for. Harmony "It must he impressed upon the lead- ers'of the nation at this time that this continued McGregor. "I discovered later tljat-he :wgs ac- by tbe girl clerk IB bit Olasgow motor-car business. "Wbea the pair reached .Canada the How many women go thronsh life caring llttlo or nothing about hair; beautiful hair makes beautiful women. If you will use Delmays ''.VI- talene" French Hair Tonic, your hair authorities deported, the women, and t will become attractive, full of life, you ray husbaud returawj with her to tir- to' it- Sold in Canada at 1100 erpool. r--i. "I never saw my .husband >sgaiJL" Albert Bishop, a purser in the An- chor lloer Saturala, said'that "FJrst let; me say that there must country back to normal or and a woman named Lamble sailed tlsement bottle. One agent in every town. in Lelbbridge by Sydney Jaciisou, Ir'ro- scrjption SpechliBt.. Phone SGt Across from Alexandra There will he aleo.'as as the Herald can -as the ijues--' lion: put before the as to-.a.; raise in the salaries of .the sloner of Public Utllltiea'and the Com-' mlasioner pf Public Works. -r.J The questions as to the raise salary of the tivo Commissioners willy AN OUT8IPE.OPINION (Nariton Mayor Hardie of-Lethbridge Is go- b3 soparato basis to that of the, Ing to strike for higher wages nnd' Question of His Worship, These will- bag given what Is I De as Io whether the Commissioners a man holding as responsible; position Tou are hlltous, constipated, head- achy, full of: cold, unstrung. Your meals don't is had, skin sallow. Take one or two Cascaretft your liver and lidwels and wake up clear, rosy cheerful. No grlp- inconvenience. Children lo'vo Cascarets, too. 10, 25 GO cents. CARMANGAY'S FINANCES IN GOOD SHAPE (Carmangay The annual meeting of the rate- payers of the town ,of Carmangay was held in the rest room, on Mon- day evening.-; Mr. C. W. Folk offlcjat: ed as -1 The financial "statenJent, :as present- ed by Mr. Jas.McNaughion, secretary- treasurer, showed that the Wwn was In good shape financially; All-the de- Ibontures wero paid up to date and .there-wcro accounts ip connecjion with' the department' of light and Water; Councillor McKay .reported that It had been necessary to lay a hew, main pipe this year, owing to the leaky condition of the old one. Considerable saying was'now being effected owirig to a'change la the. fuel at the, power house.- Mrr Follls presented the report of the fire department, which showed that'effective work had been done by the brigade on two occasions dur- ing the year, and that had been raised by the fire department. Tho report of the given by Mr.; Ranaghall, showed that o hoipltal had now been- opened.in the town: agreeing to supply the water light free to It. During the summer, precautions had been taken to prevent disease j a warn- having been issiiea' respecting the use of drinking water. -An official analysis showed that while the water was not exactly pure, it was free from dangerous contamination. chamber tomorrow. So far the opin-; IC-B there is that all the questions 38 mentioned should go before the voters on Monday the 13th. A Plain Mrs. St. Laurent' sends this recipe to Mrs. Beatty, through us, Takc'l egg, 1 cup of sugar, pleco of butter size of an egg, cup of Pacinc Milk, two small tonspooiis of baking powder, flour1-, to mtiko a stiff baiter, flavor :to tsalo. Hake In a largo tin anJ .'cpvjer with chocolate .Icing.- '-.-i .Factories at Abbotsford and Ladner, B.C. P. Burns 4 Co., Ltd., Dlitrlbutort for Stik, and Alta, Vyindsor, Walkervllle. Sandwich and I Fofrt have gained in population In the" year, DYEJUGHT Buy only "Diamond Dyes" Each package of "Diamond Dyes- contains directions so simple tnat any wonian can diamond-dye worn, uhabhy skirts, waists, deals, stoves, stockings, .sweaters, drajJeriei, every thing, whether wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods, now, rich, fadeless Have druggist show you "Dla- mond'pyca Color Extremists LONDON, Dee. is) being kept upon activities by Isis to affect tho army's -loyalty. ji> was declared by Sir Archibald Wip Hahison In tho house of conmions'i today. Sir Archibald replied tu a (jiiestlonj aekfng whether ho wos aware of th'e; "Indlslous attempts that arc being' made' by members of the RepubKcap'-1 and revolutionary organizations in this, country to undermine the the army. am airare of lie'- said, "and the activities of extremists to undermine the loyally of Ihe'nrmy are being carefully watched hy the, military authorities and' the ncces- sary slops ore UcInK taken, but It would not be In lhe: public Inlercsl to give delalia." '-.-j LOLLY-POPS AND HIGH HEEL SHOES MAY BE STATUTE ban on high heels such as never carried a Puritan woman to church, is to be sought from the legislature by the chusetts Ostcopathic Society. Dr. R. Kendrlck Smith of Brook-, lyrvwho read a paper on "High. Heels i told his associates that the advent of woman had given the society propose a bill prohibiting the man- ufacture, sala or wearing of heela more'than one and ono half inches In .height, The fad Of sucking tolly-pops also attacked, "The.jolly.pop Is not a bad piece of physical en- Dr. Robert H, Vcltch of. Medford salil, "wire (t nDt for the danger of functional derangement of the stomach by its excessive use." ST. JOHN AND FOG ST, JOHN, N. Dec. call St. John tho "foggv city" of Canodii. Hut residents nro pointing out that during ths first eleven months of the present year the weath- er office horo hns registered 'only 35 days when there was any fog. July and August led with, eteht, days .each while .Inr.iiary and November were" f the SpeeiMISale of the Liveliest 'j Interest Jo Xrnas Shoppers! Starting Tomorrow at Teeple's l Which comprises our..entire stock-of .upholstered Chairs and Rockers. Leather Rockers aiid fact all ourihediuiri priced and high-grade Chairs. This special sale means a genuine, saving to you just at'a'tiriie whsh there are numerous gifts to buy for Christmas. We can say with emphasis, sincerity, and fear of contradiction, that we'have the finest and newest stock of Quality Furniture'in this district.r: The reason we h ave in view in quoting out-of-the-ordinary low prices on quality funiiture is simply to induce a greater number to purch'ase Fui-nlture for Christmaa-giving and to make new ciistomers. if you do-not want Fui-niture until Christmas, CHOOSE IT NOW. Pay a small denosit'and we Avill keep ifeuntil wanted, wthout charging for storage. Read over this partial list and: please bear in m ind that the regular pi-ices quoted ARE OUR REGU- LAR CASH PRICES. No instalment prices. GENUINE ENGLISH CHESTERFIELD All overstuffed, covered with n rich'shade f of wcol tapestry, full spring scat, three Mar- shall sanitary spring cushions, full spring pHUw arms with a large sweep, solid mil hogany legs, length over till 88 Inches, depth 30 inches. One of the most luxurious pieces made, ._ Reg. December Special CHAIR AND ROCKER TO MATCH Regular ?105.00' each. Decem- ber Special, WING BACK UPHOLSTERED jOVERSTUFFED CHAIR This big ovcrstiifTed chair has comfort t written 'In every ,llnc, made perfectly plain without tufting, easily cleaned. Full spring scat with silk floss filled loose cushion, 3< Indies wide, 2-1 Inches clcnp, spring well padded arms. Reg, December Special K- LIVING-ROOM CHAIRS AND .ROCKERS Frame is solid quarter oak In' fumed finish oniy. Pull spring seal uphol- stered, In leather, Large arid comfortable ami nicely balanced. A splendid value 'at December Spe- cial Chmr to match at ENGLISH OVERSTUFFED J; CHAIRS A largo comfortable arm rocket', covered with extra good gra'de of .wool tapestry, spring upholstered seat with floss filled .cushions, spring 'edge and back, mahogany legs. Chair to match, reg. December spe- A A TAPESTRY ARM ROCKER comfortable chair, double stuffed, spring erige, seat, back and arms, loose cush- i ions, upholstered In the very beet grade of wool tapeslry. It you need a fine, big, roomy'. ;ChaIr or Rocker that will give comfort and .service, get one of theae. Remember, theae are quality Chairs. -Reg. De- cember Special.. A MOST COMFORTABLE AND LUXURIOUS CHESTERFIELD full spring edge, scat, back and arms, with Hie very best moss filling, 79 Inches long, 36 Inches deep. Covering of ;S pleasing design. A splendid-wearing quality. Reg. December Special Large Arm Chair and Rocker to match the above. Regular. each. December Spe- .50 HERE IS A BRIEF SYNOPSIS OF THE SALE AS A WHOLE 9 Styles of Complete Chesterfield Suites of Overstuffed Chairs 5 Styles of Wal- nut Upholstered Chairs and Rockers 17 Styles Oak Chairs Rockera f Chairs .85 Ivoi-y Windsor Back. Chair and pair of Windsor (walnut fiflish- at Old Rocker, at Cane Grass Chairs and Phone L: C. TEEPLE Without Extravaganqe" Dominion Block ;