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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, IW20 LliUUUMUUB DAILY PAGE NIXK Is'Possible if Adulteration is U Belief in v Ottawa OTTAWA, Feb. (By Canadian Uie Idea ot.placing the maplo.sugar industry of CsnYda on a world market basis, made to thu goVernmciit to forbid the' export of adulterated maple lugar products. A representative ol a large English firm watted upon Ihe government this weak and stated the) would place the Canadian product on overy'market within the empire, also' iu other countries, provided that a guarantee could be given that- the product was entirely pure, -Tho government feels, however, that it is impracticable to give a gtnr "RED BUG" RACING IS POPULAR AT PALM BEACH i-e a g ultera mitee. In addition ndultei-atiou might easily take iilaco after the product reaches England. 'Meanwhile the Canadian authorities are still seizing largo quantities of tho adulterated product, kJ.OOO pounds.of Byrup being confiscated lo Winnipeg and another carload in Montreal with- in tho past week. Prosecution follow-j cJ in one case and tho gro eery firm was convicted. SHIP CZECH REFUGEES HOME THROUGH CANADA Members of fashionable cplony at Palm Beach lined up for a "Hed Bug" race, which Is of tha popular tports-there. J-eft to right: Miss S. Johnson, of St. Mo.; Mrs. M. Bills, of Jacksonville, Fla.; Miss 'Edith McCartbv, o( Xew York; Miss Madeline Hubbard, ot Chicago, III.; Miss Archibald McNeil, ot JJridgeport, Conn., and -Miss O. "w. Hlatt, o( Kansas Cily, Mo. BY DENTAL GAS SOLDIER GOES ON A RAM. RACE IN THE SNOW Looks As if Buck Would Be Passed To Burgesses TO Determine LOXDON, delirious from the effects of gas administered while ho was haying a number of teeth extracted at the b.arracks dental clinic, a returned soldier Ibok off mosl of his clothes and embarked on a mllo tramp ...t through open fields drifted deep J6WC'B- but lhc i The. soldier ended his expedition by! (Xcw York- Herald) The Hritisli house of -Windsor may have its Culliuan and other priceless riti House. breaking Into the quarters of Patrick an> O'Xeil, C.I'.H. Stationmaster at thej depot in the grounds of tho Ontario' Or Perhaps it cant and there lies Hospital for the Insane, O'Neil. who lho story. had both arms cut off in an accident) Wl011 Waldorf As- some years ago. nnd badly handicap- i As tor of Hover Castle, as he came to bo iu Cliveden estate lusj son, Hie p'rcs- ont Viscount, on. the occasion of the pcil, grappled the stranger wife ran to the asylum buildings Wiien belli arrived and overpowered lallcr s .with Mrs. Nancy tho soldier it was learned that he was: Lar.shomo Shaw, he presented lo lits not an asylum patient. He had in thoi magnificent meanwhile' clubbed out windows and i "flalUsh, pear-.shaiied briolelte, rather smashed dishes and furniture with a while feather writers viz.. that tho first own- er was Charles the Bold, Duke ol Burgundy, and that later it came into tho possession of Nicholas do liarly, Baron de Sancy, after Avjiom it was Following ..Mr. Cattelle's rela- tion ot the conlectural history of this unusual stone, accordng to some it was an heirloom In the -ftm.ily' of Charles the Hold and was brought Ironi an Ainbassa- dor. Its history betycon Charles and tha Baron dc Sancy is uncertain. Some say it was lost with tho former's, oth- er treasures at- tho battle of Orarisom, In 147G, when tho Swiss soldiers 'who looted his tent had ito Idea of ,tho val- ue o( lha things they found. Thiv supposed his vesssls of gold and silver were of tin and copper and they parl- ed with his diamonds for trifliug naw to weigh such energetic enthnsiasm-lhat army: physicians stale Ilia t he saved Wmscltj Uie It waa.also s from 'a probable attack of pneumonia.' 1lf! valued at arid to b to said to be the With the passing of the effect of tho i Sancy. a stonp as well known to Euro- anaesthetic his condition became quito pcan history as to European Esm fanciers. The new edition of the En- cyclopaeda Bftannica sLilcs tho San'cy that "It now belongs to the son Proseculious will bo ordered by of Manitoba minimum wage officials nn- W less employers of womcii'comply with the regulations providing for one half holiday.! in week, it was said (tho late} Viscount H. author of an 'interest- he history, of this diamond that there jay. have been several stones known y tho name.- It is also gtossibld that he irregular cut stone ot Charles tho Jold has been at "some time sinco rc- ut without public mention and lha he more perfectly cut pear-shaped diamond long among the French jewels is the same as the larg stono which orlelnolly bow: thi ESIBO of Sancy, Ing book as t cau- n chronicler. as he Is an expert. raises the question ,by de'clarng that there are but two things upon which Palace Market New Laid E Choice Creamery Butter per Ib. Choice Cuts of Veal per Ib 12' 15 18 and 20c Chpice Roasts of Beef per Ib, 15, 18 and ZBc Fresh liver 2 Ibs for 15c There is no object in buying inferior beef, -when you can buy No, 1 quality meats at the above prices. Palace Meat Market 13th St. N. Phone 431 OLDEST PRELATE NOW NINETY-ONE YEARS OF AGE; A JUBILEE Mr.'Catlellc speaks of another ac- count which says that diaries wore Ihe Sancy in his helmet at tiio: battle of'Nancy, in H77, and thai ttio Swiss soldier'who found it on his dead body two days after the battlo sold the pre stona to a priest for'two'francs Other writers assert thai Ihe Sanc> was bought by King'John Port ugal in 1479, but as Alfonso, bis, nrede cessor, did not die until J4S1 ho mus have bought it cither 'before ho be came King dr acquired it with th crown jewels at Jils It B said that he'S9ld it to the'.baron ac quiring it toward the end of'the six teenih century, and tolls hpiviho len it lo Ills III., to pawi I to the Swiss government th'n't monej jiaigiit bo raised to-hire an army o Swiss mercenaries. On the way to Heni-y the Sancy 1 its oddest adventure of ail, .when tho messenger .was assasslnitei 'iu the Forest of Dole and and his-body bur- a cure in the village cemetery. Knowing his man. Do Sancy ordered the body to be opened arid rthe ,monu was found in liis 7 It is said also lhal the Saricy waa sold by Baron do Sancy to James of England In 1GCM and that during the civil war In England Queen 'Hen- rletta Maria, wife ot. Charles I., car- ried, it to Franco and' pledged it with another to the Duke" of 1557 Cardinal Maznrln, with the Queen's consenl, paid the Buko ami took .possession of the stone. Tlio writer of thU account thinks the dia- mond referred lo bo Hie Sancy ,ot Fronch crown jewels, inventoried in 1791, Stolen in 1752-, recovered In 1791 and probably disposed of in 170'i lo meet (ho expenses of the great cam paign of that year. XV. had worn his coronation 1722. R [was' owned In Spain in later passed into the possession of the Dem- Idoft family of llussia Another account says that It' among the Spanlsh'crown jewels aboul ten years after It left France and thai jl'dnce' Demidoff owned it from 1S2F to 1SG5, when hn fold It for about i. In 1867'Prince Deinidofl'e It is not' given toiuany ecclesisatic 3 live to the groat age of 91. ye such has happened to Dr. Wait Hochin Stirling, First Bishop of th Falkland Islands, for whom, a bri ilant assembly at .Church House Westminster, England, gathered to d honor on the jubilee o! hla epi copacy. He is the oldest living pre late. was born in 1S21 was curate of a Nottingham pa-Is until 1S57 when he became sccretar of the South American mission, whic be held for fh-e years. For the ncx seven years ho was superiiitendei of tho Kngllsn Church Mission i Tierra del Fuego, and Patagonia, an wag consecrated Bishop o( the Fal land Islands in 1S68. Ho slaye there tmtil IDOL-when he England, and then, for eleven yen was attached as1 assistant to BIsho Reunion, the uioceasn of Bath-an Wells, travelling round tho dioces tailing confirm a tions; and assisting in the church work Somersetshire. On going down in the west country, -Dr, Stirling w: appointed Canon -Residentiary 'VYells Cathoaral, ,and became Pr ccntor in 1903. He resided in I little city under Clip shelter ot th Mendips for a 'number.. of years. KEEP IT SWEET Keep your1 stomach sweet fodajA arid ward off the indi gestjoh of KI-MQIDS the new aid to digestion. As pleasant and as safe to takers candy. HADE BY BCOTT fc BOWME MAKER9 OF F .VANCOUVER, B. C., Feb. Vancouver is to be the trans-ship- ping .poir.t for Czecho- slovaks and Russian refugees who are to leave Siberia and Nor- thern China and return to Bo- hemia. Arrangements have been made by the Blue Funnel Steam- ship Company and the Canadian Pacific Railway io transfer them from boat'to trsln hsrt. The lin- ers Tyndareus and Protesllaus are now In the Orient, the Utter to take on Its' first b.tch of gees at Vladivostok. i PLANNING TO ENTERTAIN j EMPIRE PRESS PARTY OTTAWA, 1-eb. meeting of the Canadian Press executive in charge of tho Imperial press confer- ence was held here yesterday, AihoUton presiding. Other members present were I'. Ross, Ottawa: J. K. Atkinson, Toronto; W. J. Taylor, Woodstock, and C. V. Craniall, tho honorary secretary. Montreal. The preliminary plans for the conference were completed. Tha British and over-1 seas will srrivo In Halifax! July 25. and after attending tho press conference in Ottawa will mate a trip across Canada, returning .to Quebec September 10. Captain William Wallace, M.C., was appointed official secretary to tiie committee. A Woman's Right fc totnjoy food hezhli. food health is chiefly to miiatain nor- Kjjyity of the stomich. hrer, skin BEECHAM'S PILLS NEW MARCH NUMBERS OF MwrcH Will Be Fox Trot Tret. Barlun' Nobwtf Wondtrtvil Rainbow at My Tret. Art. Oiili BurmeK Step. Piiace'i CWclnkm Wild Ottiott. I Win! a Daddy Wno Will RocV Me t. X-2M4 107 .9Oc 1 MifHBe Yonr Fo YerW J Tiot. OriUtr. New Hippodrome Sup. Nobody The Htppy 5k Oil, W.lte. P.W. OtcK. Ctroliril Wmlre. PriWiOiel. Catarrh Of The Stomach Is Dangeroys "Thouaands Have It "and Don't Know Say's Physician I'req'ucntiy Mistaken for In- To Kccogr.izo stone was 'exhibited at Ihe Paris EK- posltion and Dialer purchased by the Maharajah of Putliala. Tlien tliera Is a lale H'liicli has Hie Sancy siolcn from among the crown Jewels of France as related, recovered by Foucho for Napoleon and sold bj him lo Prince Paul Demicloff, next owned by Ihe Earl of Wcstnieath and Margaret Romaine'i Pint Columbia. THIS Aiacrtaufgiil foprano won anacd Inch K Loxfco PI nude her New York Mrtropofew Opera debut La Gitotlc. Tliat'a A Litlle Bit o' Honey..' Ponaellt i Veipri Rw -Bayei tl.OO In Your Arms. i.. Rocked in the Cradle of the beep. AJeepln tfce Deep. A-6134 ir' Mtrfrril Ktmtitt v I'm ForeTM Blowing Solo. ToKtaSeiU Cortege du ol of TurElih PkilUrmoii: Orelialia of .New Vest iioua ihc dnmioo ol Jowl Fitlier OTiynn iaJ Haite lo the Solo- Keel Row aid Money Solo. Pn'ntt'l OfcfcoUrt jgL FBO> A-6135 A-2S37 'I Pmx'iZmi vVruttling Rirfui. The- Nishtingale and the Frogi. Ben Hur Chariot Race Under Bird CatU. Part l.-BWJ InMMM. BirdCalU. Part Bird Prehie in E m C Minof-PriMa ki A Mijoc Maqr Hklocav in G Spanith Gypsy Night at Ure-C-oert 'W.lB, 10" !.90o Fun and Sentiment in of people suffer more or less constantly furred, coated tongiie, bad breath, sour, burning stomach, frequent vcniiLlrig, in stomach, biilcr eructations, gas, wind and sloimitli acidity and call it pride of Die American woman who silr, i in Ihc House of fomnions.' j Beautiful, is it the Saner? Wllli i Mr. one Kathers from il.n mul-l tlplicily of coalradlclory stories about ot mix with food. CT" '-'1 E" can- brCOd8 KBj Vou'Ain't Heird NolKn' Corne On ind With Me. The Moon Shine 10" .SO. A-2MZ 10" .Me A-1S43 A-2SM 10" .90. A-284S W. .SO. fffir Celumtia Receritl ft Sale tht relk fni lalft tj titrr nonJh fl nil Columbia DetUrt. .COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHOOTt CO., TOP.ONTO MR. BEVERUEY JONES OF TORONTO Chairman of the Victoria Industrial rnrncs flic infection -ttrroiigtiout jtho1 body. (Ian trie ulcers are apt to (form Riitl freiucndy an u'.ccr Is the I Mi-si sign of a deadly ennccr. j In catarrh ot the stomach :i good 'snd Kate' treatment is to lake before meals a teaspoonfnl of pure Bisurated jMSgncsfa in half i glniis of hoi hot as you can comfortably drink i-t. Thn hot water washes Ihe-mucous .from the stomach Avails and draws thu blood to the stomach while .Hie (Msurnted masr.esia Is An excellent 'solvent for mucus and increases the 1 efficiency of the hot water treatment j Moreover the Hisuraled Magnesia will serve aa a- powerful but harmless which aeutrellzo cny c: cesn hydrochloric acid that may bo ill your stomach and sweeten Its foorl coulenls. Easy, natural digestion with- out distress of any kind should soon follow. Ultuirateil Magnesia la nol n laiatlvo, Is harmless, pleasant and easy to lake and canvbo obtained from nny local drugglsl. Don't confuso DIs- uraled Magnesia wllh oilier forms ot magnesia, milks, cltraleS, etc., 1ml gel it in the pure blanralcd form'fpowdei School Hoarrf. eighty years of ngc and m CfSpeciaJIX '.prepared rlill skates like i Jonlh ol twcniy. this AtVvcrdsc'mcnt, for D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. AGENTS THE REX ALL STORE ALBERTA'S PIONEER DRUGGISTS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS PHONES 1515 AND 322 Assiniboia Music Co. DEALERS 315 5th St. S. Phone 1545 Lethbridge, Alta, ;