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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta -Huntington, W A bigfcest "moonshine' raMt'faVhe history of southern ee' Virginia extending a period ot nine days, and centering in Logan county, was reported here Satur- dav night bv fnak AdUna, statL prohibition officer. Seven teen prisoners were (akeii aiid 20 stills, 100 gallons olLmobri-' Eblne gallons nt inasb. 40 pints of bonded; whisky were confiscated. -Ho'.? a man escaped arrest be- t.pause the. office-re refused to carry t ita'frora his lioma In Iho moun tsius arter bis wife had burned his cork leg was recited by Mr AdSIna The raiders, he said, found a sttll and 200 gallons of maun in tbe house' occupied' by Bill. PnHlns far iin tha side above .Yolyn. While the.of- ficers were busy with the .still and mash Collins.' :irifounscrewel ills cork legs aud burned them. Collins was not arrested, as the agents, had means ot trans- porting him from the mountains. CURRENT LOANS SHOW SHRINKAGE OTTAWA Dec (Can Prpss f- A sbnnkago In current loans ia Canada from fl 40a 401 973118 It. a feature of tbo bank "state went for November today tiy et been done Some distance on either side of former trench lines where tLe land has not been Tory badly shell-torn, .cultivation baa .been resumed. 'From lime to casualties occur wben buried shells are struct by tbe plow so farming is a hazardous occupation Mr, McCalUreporta., HE WHV :TUe: other, day; a ccn- decided it on his wild 'Do you ittowr why I am like a mule' he asked her when ho got home. No sho icplled promptly, I Kuo'i are, but 1 dont knov why arc THIS DISARMM t "The Shasta" rrciyjuj? T Portland at 4 _- Armea San 10 00 PM following evening Improved Sleeping Car Service Sah Los Angeles All Shasta Route trains handle through standard sleeping cars Seattle. Xacoma, and Portland Jo San Eraucisco ._ Through standard sleeping car to Los Angeles 'Leaves Portland at S 40 A.M Los Angeles S IB A M second morning Travel with Pleasure Tla The Shasta Route lease lht wl11 "elp yon take on a wintry beside summen on rt .c.ourses tennis courts mo'or over splendid Sunny (falltorata Ille5sure8 await FREE on request California for the Tourist a new booklet graphically describing tbe different resorti lan-uire ot local agent for fares routes sleeping car reservations and train service, or wrlta Southern Pacific Lines JOHN M. SCOTT, General Passenger -Agent; Portland, Oregon.: Cana- i d -against iii- 'dTferotl .tbo Union JacU by Sinn 'he-re -continue to i appear 'in" the col- ;iUe local tjapers. .Kvc-ry day citizens i papersrstrongly StSndeniniiig'rtlie' idctics1 of follow- ed Ov appear bf'Ncw York- era are oecomugr weary of tho Sinn Keincrs' attempts to satisfy what one writer terms .their "oiie-halfof-one-perr cent, politfci" by uluTilne the British emblem.' ,'v .V: Ono writer oHera tho suggestion 5 koto sho--s a collection ot trench mortars, and hand grenades in itorage in Germany, Under tbe peace treaty, Germany collected all sucil wcanons from her citizens, but she ins stored tlem where" readily available for use Adulterated Sweets (By Brlce BelDen M D) BUY BONDS WE OWN AND OFFER Bonds Payable at Canada 'Price 68'32.' yield' 745% .The London, Canada and New York The following are payable in Canada and New York 0 WE BUY AND SELL VICTORY 60ND3. ;ARE; M AILING.. ROYAL FINANCIAL Head Offiee-MOOf-e BRANCHES AT A great many of the sweet foods and confections which we eat are adul teratcd In the ot sugar pro (duct6 this generally means tiat them is present in 'bonie degree la.denai has adhered to the sugar daring tho proceso reniiirfp as, for some' of. the (.in salts used in tie-process of washing the sugar There is no daagcr adulteration with ijhite earth or flour in this country, but there. been cases> ot aduleption des'rose Our sneet svrupa are for the most part not pure maple or sugai but contain to some degree glucose melted brown sugar: or molasses Table sjrups are ncarU alwavc of glucose which has been colordd and oup jnaplp, Bjrup Tne glucose tor this purpose is, colorie'ss .and when, niolasses is used it is often bleached by adding zmc and acid Molasses, used for adulteration of syn ps is rery Iikeh to bo the pro whibh comes as the final result of sugar refimnf, proteas and ib m every a'we Of the word a waste lacking In sugar Ind eat, Tliere is slfll considerable ndiiliera tion tho niajiificture ot cheap candjf In the iddition of poisonois coloring iili'terml such as a illlnS cmdies been found (o'be coaled with shellac dis- solved in ,woort alcohol, to keep out the moisture, ar.d others to have been bleached with sulphites. One of tho most interesting nf imjositlons 611 the public ia the ills of furniture glue in piaco of, gelaliii; in cflndy manufacture. Tbe most corn- nton'adulteration is the use of sUirch. as a filler, uaed in "penny candy." Another characteristic, of cheap candy is the presence ot stearin and lard fats in place of cholocate. Honey is one of the tilings most'ex-- leusively adulleratcd' and it lias be- come almost impossible to obtain pure honoy in city markets. Glucose flavor- ed wllh a minimum amount of hone> is the substitute sold in this case HONDURAS PLANTATION "i -TROUBLES TEOUCIDALPA, Honduras, 11 Jimenez Pinto Guatemalan, manager of tho Hoiidur asjlenetiuen Company ,an Amencnii was murdered rocontlj' on. (ho company's plantation near N-i Honduras. Criminals I some rocnlhs ago hencciuen 'Plants on.tiie company's properties A .complaint was lodged with tho gov I jernment by tho company at Ihnt tfmo .nut tho incendiaries were never brought to account. The murder i9 believed to have been instigated by tlie haired ot local natives. The Early Birds Lay The Eggs A "VOICE'FROM BURDETT Gas.Station, Burtlelt] Alta. Dec: 20, 1920. Editor Lellibridgo Herald Sir 'regard to those early ing fiarred Plymouth Hock pullets started laying on Octo- :ber llth, 'atsd1 have been at II ever since -yours truly, Mrs. James Burness. THIRTEEN Are Continuatlj AVriling To 1 Papers -About Flag -j Episodes that those who take delight ID burn- iug tbe Onion Jac'c should go to Can- ada and attempt to do it there. "Why don't, they go to Canada and amuse ho asks. "There uoghS to. ba plenty'cf .firUishOaes', there to burn and, besides, there are'thou- sands ot returned Canadian soldiers Tvho could: probably." entertain them. The government ought tot revbto their citizenship and "deport tbe m along vHh other trouble-talkers." Another'letter, signed by a" woman named that whit wiili the burning ol flags End the hostility shov.-n Red Cross workers in "little old NO.W York" one cannot help won- dering "it the Irish cause is being, ex- oloited with tho same incongruity in the old >tter_ espr.essinjg .in- at JusuJU in ii-e Lnicn Jack says: "That flag oh thn seas during the _war protected these shores from the Hun. That [lag was everywhere in the'thickest of- the fight, jrft us give honor where lion or is due." Elected Chairman Of Manitoba Municigalilie( ST. JOHN, N. 13., steamship SUBSSS is swinging out from Uor berth at Sand Point-Mills morning, grounded on par. -Ten tugs are at Vork trying to free her. Tho Sussex is laden -for Australia. Tlie ship went on the bar at about high tide. Slio .Is reported undamaged and tho bottom. Is Eott John HadJeu. reeve of Rosser'Mtjnl- clpality, who .was 'recently elected chairman ot the couucirof'all iha rebves 'of the vario'us muulcipalitiea of Manitoba. N, ..j Dec. tditor the'Hefall: Sir Regard to" Mr. .Grahain Irr- ing to SiirigStl'lti.1 Experimental Farm io about is'oiit-of the they are experiment- ing with every day. i So that puts of it'. And as to Mr Pimm is birds from his lie is. mistaken. We liave. only four of tifenij they are tbe old- est birds yot.j In any case the: eggs came from a iiariy that "Mr Jimm had sold birds to and not from li'im at all. ,So yon can't get .tlie credit, there and .your article In liio only.referred to tup weather but ,a hint to uour chicks.. And Mr. McPheat in reJ gard tq your: Apriljipullets laying in ilie middle of September mine are the i last of June birds .ai.'djiaye been laying, since ,the enil. raontli I got 250 csgs from tbcm. I'm. sorry, you..only. g6t 150 eggs from Joiirs. As to, somebody-Having writ- ;ten.about old'.birds sotting, it is pul- lets we are referring to. We bad one pullet setting and' have put her off It. Yours C.. John stone. Commander of Irish Republican Army Mlctiaol O'Cftllalimi. rommnmlGr In Met of the Irfsi, JJepiibtienn Aray is Iwliig hUntciUhroiijli.Ireland I Crilisli "It was the night be- fore Chiistmas" which reminds us that before yougoelsewheie.itwill pay you to come heie Special for Uiiirs- lay.- Pe II. Peanut Perlb Old Country 1'oppormlnf Peril) Plain Per Ib Sailed Peanuts Peril Toasted MaHin Peril) Pcarut P6rlb Perlb Corte iri and dur Toy Animals BOS ibo'tye, SOUTH. In running on tho bar the Sussex jammed the tus against iiw" pier, splitting tiie Neptune's bow. LI nh n T Ltib, 405 FIFTH STREET SOUTH BETTER MEATS FOR LESS MONEY SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY" CHOICE ROAST Per. pound C.IIOI'CE' PORK Per pound: CilplQE'1'L-ATE Per 'pound .J "f CHOICE VEAL ROUND Per'pouu'd LEGS .Per. pound........................... EUKB VORK AND BEKP Per jiound........................... SHOULDER pound SWIFT'S 3 jipund calls MILD'CURED, By tha piece iS buy for cash, .therefore .we get the pick of the market Come [n and and we will save it and clean ft ready fop the oven. QUALITY AND SERVICE IS OUR MOTTO F. BerHmari, Prop. J. Ball, Manager PHONE 625 Bawderr Bros. PHONE 625 J Less" SECTIONAL, BOOKCASES Consials of tlireo sections, top and base, !u 'fumed, golden and mahogany finish AH Spaolal............................ tJiJJ.UU Another slainjard efze, fumed CO only; I LIBRARY TABLES A that will please any one. In GJA all wooclr, anil From Jji'J.UU WICKER FURNITURE Hoth tomforlabln. and -upholstered buck nnd looea cnahlon on sent, over Aft sprinfc foiiiidntlon; per pair from... PEDESTALS AND JARDINIERE STANDS jift. Kunuid, golden, Males V very ncc walnut :mrt From nn eslions of Gift Furniture GIFT GOODS FROM THE CROCKERY DEPARTMENT Full 37 piece DINNER SETS ot Krencb LI- mogcs, (too decorations to 6hoose T0 Semi-Porcelain DINNER SETS, bezt Qini- ity dinner ware, 87 pieces COQ 7C From TEA jlahrf'painled Tea AA stts of 2J end from GIFTS FOR KIDDIES Coaster Wagons from Boll Carriages from Rocking Chairs from High Chairs OPEN TILL 10 R M. FRIDAY ;