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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 20, 1920 THB- DAILY PAGE ELEVER amazing boom in the Lancashire cotton mills continued Those who were' poor a few mouths ego today.talk (Ubl> tf nil- other mill or IwoV Soon all tie prin- cipal mill: will have MeantlnMittio Interesting of making fortunes without effort briskly on. It no longer thrills otie to boar of niaa cay, casually: In doc: and a muffler made last OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL LEAGUE f Dhfljlon P. W.U D. week. People far beyond the to which these transactions are taking place have been lelted with an overmaster- ing desire, to share in the good for- tunc.jand young everywhere, hitherto o7 5 29 G9 19 28 C 19 3 19 54 16 29 'S IS 8 17 58 14 BULLETINS Southern' Lcaaue P. W. L. D. F. A. P. Portsmouth 28'IS Cardiff Qlty 5 54 19 41 8 4G 2S DEVELOP INTO IPEAOE LONDON, Feb.. diplo- matic dispatch from Berlin today states that "undoubtedly" the forthcoming negotiations regard- ing exchange of prisoners, be- twjen Germany and Soviet Riis- cla wil'l develop into peace tiations. There were suicides lu the L'uJted States last year. Tho Oiilario govenuBGiu will ap- point a purchasing agent. BranttoroVs foreign population totals Hamilton city council bought a site for an asphalt The protest agalmt Mayor Mac- Bride's election in Brantford has been dismissed, on both grounds. Watt, a prominent Guelph citlien, at his residence, "Sunnj Ingersoll public iiisiltutlons places of 'amusement have been clot ed to prevent spread of the 'Ilu. Mr. A. Hicks ot-Centralia was nam ed party whip by the U. P. O. mem Ontario. Mr. Hoyes IJojrd of Ottawa score women for wearing plumage of bird In their haU. Harry Petlman of Bereham' tow ship, accidentally shot and killed hli Self.- The minimum :pay ior a subalte in the Indian Army will now a year, apd a civil aerva will start at trie' Railway Corporation, jaid. are .THomah Patrick Netlervllle, rapidly brlngics the electric lines to of Bansorj Wicklow and McClure, di disaster. at his home at'Maynooth as the Within "the last year_114.04 miles of a stroke- of track have been abandoned In New York will follow un- less ipme remedial measure Is applied Crystal Palace 28 13' 5 10 41 29 3S Be'a'ding .....29 IS 6, li 37 30 35 Queen's Par. 21 14N S 5 46 28 33 Watford-.. 2S 15 10 3 40 29 33 Norwich City 25 12 '1 C 44' 31.30 Plymouth Arg. 27 11 8 8 37 20 30 Exeter'City ll'S S 35 30 30 Drentford 28 11 '9 'S 35 33 30 Swlndcm Toivn 27 11 10 6 40 40 28 Merlhyr Town 9 37 41 27 Swansea Town.-27 S 33 29 26 Southamplon 28 10.12 6 M 49 2CJ Sauthend United 26 32 25 Millwall Xthletlc 28 9 .12 Brfalol'Rovera.. 27, 7 12 Brighton fc H.A. 37 .7 15 Lutcn Town 25 7 13 Newport Comity 27. 8" 16 Northampton 28 B. 16 Gillingham'. 'Zt 4 }7 INCREASE-SUGAR PRICE MONTREAL, Feb. peti- tion to be' allowed to irioreise tht price of sugar by two cents a pound, bringing the cost to the re- tailer to 18 cents a pound, was made on the board of commerce this morning by the refining com- They submitted' docu- mentary evidence In support of.. their claim'tending to show thst was -three cents a pound cheaper In Canada than in the. United Stxtti. NEW YORKER WHO SEES A SLOWING UP IN U. MISS JANE ACDAMS The Chicago sociologist, who is to give an addrccs at Toronto Univers- ity, but to whoso presence of the delegates at the L 0. D. B. Provincial coayentlon took eiceptlon on Oio ground that she was u pacifist during the war. Ottawa's Mayor will proclaim day- light Eavii g from May 1 to Sept. 30. Irvins S. Bush, the New York cap- italist, who. In London, said: "Mill- ions of dollars are required to fCnacce our own .enterprises. The balance of trade should Indicate that enormous of money are there wltli which the war stressed countrleB could be-hUped to their nu one seems "to know just ,where It The Aiherican bankers are uuablo to find It. MANITOBA TO HAVE REFERENDUM 7.36 43 25 8 40 64 22 7 30 48 21 5 31 46 19 .3 29 50 13 7 40 68 17 .5.18 52 13 Body Covered With them. Thn primary rause ot from the blood not being in a good condltloii. the hlood te'coihes ira- puro you irill find that pimples will break mil nil-over the body, but more uarticularly.on the forehead, noee and chin, and although they are not a dan- Kefous they are very unsight- ly. What you netfd when pimples or hoils hreak out IB a real good blood purifying- medicine such as Burdock Blood DiltiTS.. This preparation beeii on the market for ofer 40 years and is the most reliable all troubles arising from a had condition of the Wood. It nil the impurities from the rtvsteni, and will leave .a cksr, healthy skin. Mr. Enioraoh-G. GoodTiMti, Cam- bridge, nearly two years 1 suffered from bolls and pim- ples on my face and neck, and near- ly Oil. of my hwly was covered with pimples. I tried moat everything, but got no reUef. One day a friend advis- ed me ,lo ,try Burdock Blood Bitters, and after using IhfEc bottles the pirn- pier- anil bolls had all left mo and there is no sign of them returning. I can strongly recommend B. D. B. to anyone' who: is troubled with' skin disease." Manufactured only by The T. Mil Scottish; 1J. L. D. P. A. r. Eangers 28' 23' 1' "4 80 14 50 Celtic 27 17 3 Mothenrell Dundee Kilmarnock Alrrtrie'onlans Ayr United Morion..... Hearts...... Dumbarton Hibernians Clydehank Partick Thistle Qucen's.l'ark St. Mlrren Clyde Aberdeen Third Lanark Ilalth Rovers Falktrk.......30 Albion Rovers 28 IS 6 2S 15 0 31 lu 13 28 12-8 29 12' 10 .27 11 9 .-28-12 11 WINNIPEG, Feb. retolu- lion wiling on the federal gov- ernment to hold a referendum fln the liquor in'Manitoba been drawn' and, will be milled to the an early date.' This me'ans (nation of Inlir-provlnclal 'liquor traffic, if the result of the refer-, endum is In favor of total prohibit lion. The referendum will be hefld on the federal voting list. at bace, he said.. The Long Island Electric Rairway Company, he added, is now planning tovTivcalc nearly twenty-sli miles 'of track operated wJthla the limits of NCK York City. SdreraI.states, Mr. Stone said have enacted laws protecting the: electric lines' trorn unfair competition of short arid .long 'haul motor ''bus and' motor1 truck lines'.' Pennsylvania, lie assert- ed, has been .-'particularly active to this end, and he urged1 that New York follow" her, "Motor vehicles, transporting pas- sengers and property for compensa- every sense of tbo word 'com- mou operated over the public highways of the "with practically no regu- lation and without paying anything like a fair license fee to compensate for the wear and tear of highways oc- casioned-by operation, of these motor vehicles: "To-make the sltuftilon worse, the taxes "of the have been increased In, the last few years these funds have: been to build -'and maintain Improved high ways_over which our competitors op erale... There Is some" provision fo regulating vehicles transpartlni frelsht for hire, but there Is no pro vlsjou' for the public' service commls slops io, regulate motor vehicle: transporting freight for hire." Hon. Manning Doherty said he would inlroduce a in the Ontario legislature making the sale of milk on a butter fat basis compulsory. Mrs. Margaret Flood, widow of Car- ton foriiany years one oi St. John's leading merchants, died at the ge of 10S. 7 54 24 41 7 60 39 37 4 BG 41 34 3' 46 68 33 8 36 26 32 7 55 44 31 7 45 27 29 44 45 29 29 9 10 10 44 45 23 27 12-12 3 46 51 27 5 49 42 27 .7 37 40 27- 6 44 45 26 G 42 56 26 6-43 56 24 7 20 39 23 9 32 51 23 B 55 73 23 BURIAL IN A BASKET .28 11 12 10 11 27 10 ii i'9 loas .'29 9'14 27 S.12 ?8 712 -0 18 S 16 7 17 Hamilton Acads. 28 5 19 6 35 55 22 4 26 49 18 4" 36 65 14 A RUMOR DENIED LONDON, Feb. report pub- lished yesterday In a weekly journal devoted to transport interests, thai Sir Eric Oedrtes, the minuter of FARMERS SENTENCED PRINCE ALBERT, Worobcti, ringleader" of'the .Wakaw farmsra charged with frauds In .connection Vflth the Progressive Fartnsrs' Associa- tion, was this afternoon sentenced to four years'. Imprisonment. His hired man, "Alex Sherernata, was sentenced to 22.months1 .imprison-; ment, and Mike Lysitza, oni of the farmers, to 22 months'" i.n the 'provincial jail. There are 10 more farmers, "and Alee the elevator man, still to be tred. The amount Involved was said to be AUTOS DRIVING ELECTRIC LINES TO POORHOUSE Automobiles and motor-trucks haui- Ing passengers and Ireignt'ior hire are driving tho electric railways of New York State to the wall, U wia burn Co.. Limited, Toronto, Advertisement. _ 1 Ul [V. OLd.lt: IU IHU noil, it tratispor constderlnit'Oyerlurcs at the meeting to'join the London-branch, of. Lee hfl N york Eleclrlc jjallwaya Hlgglnson and. company, the Araerl- A9sodatlon. ,t wm only a'.Bliort .an banking.house, was declared to day at the banking house In question to be incorrect. ;Sti was said, had not- been approached with refer- ence to making a connection with the firm. "j (London Times) Mr.' Samuel Harrington Tristram who died last August, left He'directed that he should he buriei n a .wicker btaket, nul iuure thai feet below ground and in an un irlcke'd grave in a country church q.ard. A. codicil made in 1899 slate hat' he had n fear of being huriei or cremated alive, and, therefore, as! ed his executors to see that a ma' artery vtas o'pened sfter his apparel or that some other steps ,b (aken'to ensure the destruction of llf He begged that his body might not b Interred in n leaden coffin, or deep the. earth. Ho said he had no prete ence for consecrated ground aiul th ho'wished to be buried'in a wlcke bask'et on a slope of the South Down facing the south and the sea. A fu thor codicil directed tha.t his hod should not be removed for burial un the'medical attendant should have glven'a written certificate that he hail Revered the jugular vein, and the place to be not In a churchpard, bnt on tho Sleep Down, Somptlnfr. No solicitor, stoclibroker, siockjobber or any future husband of his wife Is to a trustee of his will At the funeral of W. N. Smith, ount Verhon, Illinois, "Rock of ges" rendered by himself .was endered ty a record. 1 Railway executives are preparing ;r return of-roads to private con- ol March 1'by taking stoci of Euper- UOCB employes and scattered equip-' ment. Because; H. Robert W. Her-' of the JI.'S. army, was ejected rom a Ne'w -York hotel tor being In room with .his wife, ho U sumi lor 'damages. 'Thirteen male, teachers in Pitts- jurg. who served, fn the army, are! aid to have asked the Board of cation, to give them a month] fith and lodging, in leu of their; present salaries, rang- ng from Ip 217 a mouth. Patrohnan'.Selg. one '-of New Yodv'a famous "Strong-arm" mllcemen, has retired. Among his noted feats .were pushing a loaded 'relght car weighing more than 12 .oris.- and lining .with his. teeth a water upon which stood everal men. For Breakfast Dinner and Supper eat plenty of good bread OOD BREAD-tlie kind made as w'. make the finest wheat flour and other pure and wholesome it a food' friend to every man, woman and ll strengthetu, tnstamt and nonrisiW Reduce the number of courses you now serve at meals, and get the habit of eating more of our wholeiome, appetizing bread. Your practice of that suggestion means lew household expense, less labor, better'health and greater contentment. Eat Quaker Bread John Gilmore Ltd. 378 ARE OFFERING THE BEST PRICES' ON ANY QUANTITY PELTS and FURS BEST TIME IS THE PRESENT TIME, While the Market u Strong DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS A.ND FURS PHONE 442 ADDRESS: 320 6th 9T, S, P.O. BOX lime, it was further asserted, hcforo the electric lines are all brought to bankruptcy unleas'tha public service commissions of the state take up the regulation ot motor 'bus and truck lines now operating. Increased operating expenses, plus the Inroads made In patronage by motor vehicles, C. L. Stone, d6nt general manager of the. Southern New York Power and Blec- AN ILLITERATE MONEY-MAKER (From the Toronto An alien In Welland who can nel- .her read' nor write has been fined fl.bOO for matting a false Income-tax return. His earnings as a steel wor- ker were In one year. It would Illogical to derluce from this an argument for illiteracy, but many men who are literate in three or four lan- guages .would change places financi- ally wiih Ihe Welland wage-slavo. Inability to obtain newsprint may compel the Montreal Herald to sus- pend publication. J, H. Garland, auto dealer, No'xorhla, died from llio 'flu, Ho camo from Richmond, Ont. HEAP OFFICE WINNIPEG, MAN. i DEALERS AND EXPORTERS OF HIDES, WOOL, SHEER PELTS, RAW FURS ANR TALLOW AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT LETH3RIDGE ALBERTA BUTCHERS, FARMERS. have the opportunity to dispose of your Hides, Wool, Raw Furs, highest market prices. Why not grasp it? We are absolutely the largest Dealers in Western Canada selling direct to tanneries. Write today for our quotations and shipping tags. TRY "CARRUTHERS" THEY ALWAYS SATISFY A. CARRUTHERS CO., LTD. Phone 595 1251 2nd AvnueS. Lethbridgc, Alta, INSPECTOR J, F. BEYTES Who will command Toroitlo de- tachment of the Itoyal Canadian Mounted I'oltce. He was onn of Iho lloyal North West Mountoi .otflcera who Journeyed far up into the Arctic to clear, up the mystciry of the murder oi Radtord, tho explor- er. Breakfast is no bother to when have TOASTIES iimmmmiiTiiinmnmmmiiiiiimnMiiiiiiiiiiimmimiiiitatiiiminiiiiroiiiminimiiiniTO BUSINESS THRIVES WHERE NEWSPAPERS THRIVE" Ono of thft largest consumers of news- paper advertising says: "In planning our advertising we would no moro stay out Of tho newspapers than we .would stay out of tho cities where wo secure distribution. Tho newspapers of these of 150 of their heart's blood, so to speak. activities of every one of theao com- munities pulsate In the newspapers which they maintain. "Indeed, In looking Into Iho business pos- slbllilles of a now town we take account ot the character of Its daily press as we do of Its industrial and civic wlde-awakenesa. "A city In which the newspapers ate deail-and-allve concerns does not attract u3. "What tho newspapers are -wo believe is fairly representative of the general aapecl of tho place. "A. community that does not support a dally press whose spirit Is vigorous and pro- gressive will uol support our industry. "Our nppaal, Hko th" appeal of ft live newspaper, Is to the belter Intelligence of community, for that reason you find our enterprise thriving In cities'where news- papers aro thriving, anil, let me ndd, none of them get very far along except on ;