Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
Vs" r -TWELVE THE LETHBItTDGi PAJEYTTERAtP SATURDAY, DECEMBER i, IAKES1EPSIO Alberta Opiomeiric Association ;WiU Introduce Private Bill at Next Session (Edmontoa .These men who go around fUiQg up people's eyes with spectacles will bo required in future to show, that they know how to age all sorts of will bo forbidden gronnd taieu b> the profession it is Impossible under such conditions to do proper eye testing fitt'nf will still ta however to open up tcirtpor in "a town OS- village, whcro the apparatus 11 "PANTLESS" PEOPLE GOVERN Shimeless Natives of Philljplnes Liable to Five Years' tm- prUonment bUl Introduced to the rliiiliiusv'territorial will oiake It obligatory for the iuhablUnt? of tho wear paats under of Senator Santos, tSa father ot the mpasure in a "Etitetoeni declared "the appearance of half-naksd is a most shameful exhibition, aiid is caplUliied by.the', opponents of PWlliplae ihiiependeacfl cs demon- stratlns.lha.Incapacity of tho Philli- "the "billprovides that '.the Govern-' ment shall buy trousers wholesale and distribute them fret _ It. Is esti- mated that nearly a pairs are needed. Millionaires Made Overnight By Rise In Manil (juestton 91 tutor That tile EalivM.of.the" Philippine Islands are becoming restive' under the cosiUnt changing hi opinions of the United EtateJ political parties ou the question of ladepcudaal lor that group Is the word brought L. Weluzhelmer. yice-ferejidaat .of -the Tu HALF-BROTHER QET6 FIVE, BUT POODLE GIVEN WOW BY WILL a >et poodle, is made heir to JSOOO left by Ills mis- tress, Mrs Rose Porter, according to a will filed m probate c5urt here. The will provides thst He'x shall be given a'daily bath, of sauer- kraut and a Christmas year. R. F.'Jobling ot Cascade Locks, Ore, a half left with Mrs. Weiazheliner and two chil- dren. Is returning to tee Uulte4 States on holiday on -boarc! ;tbe .Kashima Maru Monday. f in the, UaHed Stalea have 'made promises at contradictory nature to tho sU'.wr Mr. Welnzhelmer, one, p'romiiing .inde- pendence and tho other party, in the opposite vein. The au- thorities settle the v "luesticm ono way or another the tetter it pleaae the business the opinion of tho sugar' who Mflies 4hat the BugV-. iaie.rests. of, Mahlli' arc vatTec by" tho dearth ot: labor quence ot the unsettled the 'day, independence or control from the United States. Export The reaction la trade, o'a the close of the war, has made' a boom in the Philippines that Is' un- precedented in the history of that community, alalea Mr, Welnthelmer, and many haYe made their million! out of ingkr other phases ot- Industrial activity developing.' iiuereiuuig point in tnat coutwCtiyu, he states. It tie growth of the export or of-mohEiei .to CUna and where tli8 residue from the mhaVinrr it made Into ia- nftlUoaalre. Speaking ot his own "ceatral" as it Is called, he that the rise Ia sugar prices had secured a ready market for all that-.cffored, and tho re- flaerles were.' to reap a: portion or the general harvest that 'IB bringing. wealth and pros- perilj- to all concerned in the produc- tor market. labor U aituatloia, i :-whll9 yet TOVVm, 1> uotuffilSa Uivnj UlULLUlt, alcohol, that is ia erwt deitand lands'. Cocosnut ofl and hemp trade fa allghtly dowa ewtac to a depreaatpn in those. .due to into-. fit country, cotton seed oil and its denatured jroducta, states Mr Yi elnthelmer, last two years centrals have ohtaiaecV raises amounting to 100 VfTjomt. over the. pre-war figure. sins Is.bting planted.' lhaa ever, market for -next- year -.will aac-w 'the products ot.a number of that "are iiprl uU (GT'cr Calamha sugar estate seven in gold were .taken in the while SO.OM are under ClUtfvaUon. The.' production' durius f fuuuvi0> Btaiea air n but are two components ot the regular eipo'rt' trade '.'of 'Manila that _______ _r will rebound when the question ,of tne cutting season ranges from independence hacis 'dn'll) becoming tho price oMabor sls.-steadily rlting, but that Is a tenporary condition, 6 Jlhal, Mr, Welcahelmert and will ortntually; Sid ;its 'pro after, these. normal GRAND DUCHESS VAXES THE VEIL j( London Time's) MILiX, ex-Grand Duchess of Luxemburg has laieu the veil In a Carmelite convent at.Modena. Accpramg 10 the Corriere della Sera, the exXSrand Duchess passed tbt> ulght ot Friday at the Hotel San Marco ,v OI Chernhino few words in F-reuch, congratulatlnE her' on her deuelon, and Mtolllos ths baauty of Ae mere of a throna happier than thst .which she had abandoned. The ex-Grand listened eiulltne. then sang a hj-hiu, and point-. to tha door; The new nonce valkM Blovly to tho door, turned on tareabold to nod smilingly Sriisr. mother, and then dieappearea through tie door, which closed heavily with'two under the name Itcnan. Dowager Grand of Comtfise her Duchess and del tho! her The ei-Oraad Duchess Marie 'Ade- _ _ _ Tno cx oranu iTut-uess in her hotel till o'clock In the after- noon, ;hc walked (o tha Carmfl ite of St Theresa Her heau tlful fair b'en cut short, aud Bbo vras iu blue with a blick iMIX cap on txer tiead panlec] b> her nether sister and two friends, she entered the content and b> i-nthe Cher uW no and Bother "eccleslatlcs Tho to the convent opened and the. JJqthe'- Superior aud two ot sisters appeared carrj Iiuj lightctl, Candles, the (aces ot all thick-' black veils The exGrahd Duchess her mother and. sister, and knelt hold ot tho House of Nanau, on tl_ft ThrAnA ft j bounds. Advances of eial .hundred points in a single stock occurred in one day's trading Lucky speculators made milllon-'of kronen, from a shoe string investment. But ipeak of boom ti the ralecrv boom" for Its '.a L 's f-o UJ ix0j kronen exchango and Iho rise tu trices: ot the depress- ed economic state of the country. The "misery boom on the stock ei change was nccompiuleil by crmditr tleatltutlpn in tho cits arid itnpreceScnled at that season of the year. hard evon-.for tho people ot jVienria to reaUzD. their plight and to picture what -the -winter has in .store for them The American par tlcnlarly if he Is armed with dollars, Suds an air of suiface prosperity febont'tho city. Hut those -who look- el bsyonA the racrc-b superficial learaed that the "mlser> boom" on stock. exchange was merely a gay beWnd which stalked- 'a skeleton .Economic Phenomenon ;The boom" Is an economic phen- 'which is -woll worth study, lor it eiplalns much the paradox j leal iomiitlm that cii'ta throughout Iho war-wora conntrlcs of Europe. An financial .authority, tho cor- rcapoDdenl of the London Financial Jfews, wplalaed It by eaylng that the fector ra ,it wag the exchange I .rite of the krone.' When hopo' TM.B that the depreciated krone! ever roach its forrnor standard j inf .Taluo, the argument was advanced Chat the value of the propertlea lfst-1 sd cm the stock, ezchahge had not and that In tlie future they pay. the same dividends as In peace times.' .Therefore, It was ar-l gited that their must bo worth tMay as much as-they befoid J, Rubber-Bails. Rubber Dolls.' No. 3 10'fO 'V.vr.'-. 11.00 Doi] Cradles. Wathlne-teta. Shaving Seta at to A complete line tff Community Plate Table Cut- lery SHee-fly i') Tin, China, A Enamel. Teddy Bell NoveltlM. Muslc-hbxes. Xmai StocklnBS Combs, Bruth-' il.8o'to 7-Trjrts, Walk Ing Tea Pols and Coffee Percolat- ors En cop- per. Cooking .Sett, pin-trays ana Jumping Dogs, Street tart. 9Dc Aluminum and Silver Inlaid China. wheels and rack- Uecfiil variety tiaai. Tobacco .Jars, hand-painted, and brats, at V.75 to S.klies ind Handy Mam curt Sets. Serving Trays In mahogany, from H50 to S10.00, and Mother Hornt, v-.- Gsmes Ludfi, pie Chine, Com- Dressing. C.asesy etc, Sandwich Plat. pierced and engraved detlgn, from to Dressing Ciies of f, j'.'i.-' X Picture Tobacco Poueh- In different Children t i ,-j'..' Alumlnurn-Cup. stylts and crlcu. A Coupon will be giv cash purchase entitling the holder to draw, for three prizes at Christmas Reasonable prices have doubled our business this year. 524 13th Street North 'j ;0ur shipment of Linoleum aiid is till- ing corriplete M- iortmenb.