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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 5.iCT'.K- V !% DECttMBER 21, 1920 If U. S. Baildg High Tariff Wall Canada will ^ot Lie Down  .NBW,�0fRK/Deer21.>-A re-   fedlntionldbllttt tar T�inoT�l ot  > PqUc� OommUMonifji' iJnrlght,   'under fli* te"Nfir YorK't ptm-  ent crime Wave, today iraa in- ^ 4> troduced It a meetlnc of the 4 board ot ftldl^rftieii tiiy-.Alder*   mail Bruce M,'Vialconer. Tbe 4  board adopted-avi^ro^  inor^aae |*ew itprk, .dUy-a po-   ^   � �  4�> � 4    4 ill 0,Y HE1?AL13 CALGARY, Dec. 21.-"The question Of a lii^ protective tariff on goods entering the United States has not been throyrn into the Canadian arena :^et," remarked Sir James Lougheed upon'his return to the city Tuesday morning from Ottawa, "but It is not likely that we will liq down and take trpde legislation inimical to the Inter- _ ests of Canada.", 1 . -tt  Sir James appeared to be very em-j TOWNER, N;v�D.i Dec. 21.-^The phatic in Ipaking this" statement al- FM,8t National'^Batik of JTbwner, was though in reply to a question as to closed late jresterdiy Dn the order what the generaK,feeling in Ottawa of Prod L. Brown^chief examiner of was on the subject he remarked that the Federal Reserve Bank of the the government at Ottawa was ninth district. H�f said that Irregular- ni|t the present ntoment concerning ities in the Conduct of the bank made Itself about It. "There will be time closing necessaryf' . for this." he said, "when the United h. H. Bergh. caShlef of the bank f� l!r,wr''LtYv,?'?h�t^.hf R�n,h ^'^^ arrested* t�the last day of the. 'seiison when he was i^ntlers of a gigantic | ig-hls way, through the jiar here. Hinton 'JiAd ItbtfBe and was turning Itoi'tf bind of six others fM&efi the noise of his to'his feet niade The huge bulk of 11 was- almost atop df th^ massive antlers Hinton was swung ip^hanimer hooti and 4flreat pace into the to the head of 'the! iprter a ride of some Sas thrown.from his lis steed continuing engaijlo tory ajii wll sidenhle. Tlkparatlous. Mltlnue to be concilia-i that the conference iIAunaty lo is a consign. . of the best known �J^uides on the Mir^| ' t�DMOI^t�iN;'Dee; '21,^Mr. Jus-tiee Hyrtlli^en^Meshed Magistrate KMsUod^eebnVKtion In the Nat Bilt,':ilflto?J'e4M liere. today and eHitMd thi i?ui^ of the $50,000 weHli.ef it^fcrikeizedand declared fbrfoltedl^-the'crown. Chier ^illa^i ^lis ot the Windsor police,^ baa xiviiied, after 36 years' ; 8erylce.v � BAD FIRE AT SUDBURY SUDBURY. Ont., Dec. it-The lAbergc building, ohe. of th�v largest and most substantial apartment houses In Sudbury, Is a total '\rreck this momrng as a result of a fire which .broke. but at li o'clock last niglit, tendering 12 families hbtne-less. The estimated 1698 is between $60,000 and $7s,000. EIGHT-LEOQEO PIG BORN NEAR MiLTON MILTON, Oht., Dec; 18.-A few days ago a sow . belonging to John Stark, a farmer of l^squesing township, near Milton, gaye birth to a litter of pigs, one of which had eight legs, two tails and three ears. The owner of this new "freak" has been visited by many interested farm^ers. {snmnHnuiiii nmioi DIPPERBNCEB WITH GERMANS LIKELY TO DISAPPEAR BRUSSELS, Dec. 21.-Progress made since the beginning of the second financial conference has encouraged allied delegates to believe that When the conference adjourns on Thnrsdtiy for Christmas, minor ditt-erences between them and the Germans will haye disappeared. It was believed here today that by that time the allied delegates will have a fair estimate of what concessions will be nec^Asary ta make Germany strons RMtilDS (fimANULES) �ss;INDtGESTION, Dliselv* Imtantly en tongue, or iiil' bat or cold water, or ' vichy. Tfy at aoda fountain. QUICK REUEFI AXMO IN Ty LKT rOWM MASS av seo^ a aewm MAKERS OP icorrg emjulsioi 10 ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR BREAD IS MATCHLESS FOR � it. 5na SkmTortiired Bates Mothers After Cutic^ PASTRY A Hiivien^ for Late Sdmething in Stock For Every Stocking Ouir stocl^is so Iarg#, so W6ll assorted and so complete that you will find it a jgleasure to make, your final selection of Christmas Gifts here. W'^ennan Fountain Pens . A splendid present for either gentleman or lady, boy or girl. $2.50 lo $6.00 Ivory Fitted Toflet Cases A most acceptable and useful gift. $5.00 to $35.00 New Books All the Good New Ones. Writing Paper Perfumes Hot Water Bottles An excellent gift for father or mother. Prices $L()0 to $3.00 "A GIFT SHE WILL PRIZE" . Dainty, stylish stationery makes a chol6o Christmas present; We have a large display In.very pretty boxes. 40c to $8.00 Package, 2Sc to $5.00 Brushes, manicure goods, mirrors, toilet sets, etc. Oioice Chocolates for Giristmas Neilion'i uid Willard't Books for Boys and Girk A big assortment containing suitable books for all ages. Frendilyory Goods Photo Frames, brushes, mirrors, toilet goods, pin cushions, etc. Kodaks Christmas The ideal gift. All prices. Fine quality cigars in Xmaj packages. Those are packed in attractive . ^ _ _^ boxes. An excellent gift for wife, $L00, $L75, $2.00, $2.25 Gentlemen's Wallets and Bill Folds $2.00 to $5.50 brother, sweetheart or friend. 65c to $6.00 Box Box COLLAR BAGS $2.50 to $6.00 CUT GLASS WATER SETS U2En NAPPIES Ifr BOWLS r COMPORTS, etc. BRASSWARE Jardiniere...........$2.50 to $9.00 Smoking Sets........$2.00 to $6.00 Fern Bases..........$1.75 to $4.00 DECORATIONS Tinsel, Crepe Paper, Tags, Seals, Cards, etc. STORE OPEN WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AND THURSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS. ie CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO. LTD 98?2 ;