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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MOT. FOUR THK LOTHBRIDGE MKRALD. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, She letbbribge fKtalb Hlberta DMIY AND WEEKLY i inrf TMB LCTHMtoat HIHALD MUNTIM COMPANY, LIMITID' Ml Mk LMkbrMH W, A. ud Director TILIPHONE6 Otflct Offlet..............i 122-1 Ratw: .tally! per week -14 Dallji jreur 7.50 ,'DiOlr, by Ball, ftr ...e.W by mail, per JTMT...... l.iD WMkly, by mill, to U.S. 100 EfctK of eiplrj ol lutxcrlpUDn IP- tfalljr on Ubcl. of after ersiratioa authority to sub- HONORABLE" VEflY EXCLUSIVE In helnj made momhers or "US? Majesty's' Moil Honorable Privy Hon. C. J; Doherly, Hon. A. L. Blfton and Sir Thonits VVblte are brought wltbln one of tho most cluilve circles in (ho realm of gov- Iho British Empire. Indeed, outside of the United King- .dom, -the -nuonber of those who are members of the Privy Council, which carries with U the exclusive title of "Right are less than two score for the whole of the re_st of th.e riritUh Empire. In Canada there are only three of tbree recipients of the. honor today, claim the diBtlnoUon i Hit Hon. Sir Hoberl Borderi, .HI. Hon; Sir George Foster, and Hon. Sir Chirles Fitzpatrick. the iltle ranks' in precedence BbpVeV Chancellor of Ilia and Knights. i vJ V Pkrilamentarr, .Comr niittee on Titles last year considered the' abolition: of .titular "distinctions, (he question of wiping out tftV "Right 'was dlicuVsed, but rtecidejd '_irjjthe negative.' The Otiava .journal' maintains 11 illm BTRIDf? IN QJUAT The topio at the present Ortat Britain li ths tt.-idn by Labor in the recent elootlone. In the comments on the Situation in the British pros, majority opinion Is that tbe recent at pills was adverse to tilt Ccalltkm Government. In this, without doubt, there U a treat deal of troth, ind la the- unpopularity of this particular form of government, as It Is history Is only ItMlf in Great Britain in the dogrte these governments have been regard- ed during the periods In which tliev held rule. At nioil their careen have been of short duration, and there has been no express destia for their con- tinuation, la that they cnmo to be re- as bating exceeded their use- This may be said to bo true of all coalition (orernments, in that a perfect one la keeping with the name his to be. devieed. The Asquithan Daily News naturally has no for tlfe Coalition Govern- ment In lit' present fora. The sedate Timei, while conceding that there Is no misreading the flow-ing tido, uf Labor in the. constituencies, infers that In theirMiil! of the Spen Valley election" may' b'e read ah" Indictment of the Coalition Government, lu that it betniyt tho turning of a restless democracy lowartls .tho most positive of political programs'. The- Daily Ex- press senses the situation with r, pent deal of perception, when it sees, In the Bpe'n Valley olection an orienta- tion of the mlddto class towards Labor. The middle class, as it is called in Great- Britain, and this is a tern; which bas no duplicate elsewiiere, forms the backbone of tho people of Great Britain. It Is customary to ba called the black-coated element, con- sisting as it does to a largo eslent of professional and salaried claes- ss who have to maintain a certain respectability, on whom tbi higfa.prices of the time consequeni- p'lhcli the most. This class may to be the mosl long-suffering the people of Great Britain, in Its numbers have not the pro- teeljo'n which unions among the Labor give. It Btanda to be crushed between the demands of Ijibor and tbe.encroachments of Capital, and bas come to this In n manner never that in the prulec- tire'unions in. tha ranks o: Labor tiTiewirscmethini of safeguards .for Iself, If U Is possible to organize in the aame degree; and lately thero'has beep a mo_yo In this direction, at least 1 Likely Plebiscite in Month Magrath, Raymond, Well- ing snd Slirling Area (From fur Oivn corrrfpondent) RAYMOND. Jau. propofal of the erection of 193.000 acres of snd In the Magraih, Welling. Ituy- mond and Stirling districts into an rrlgatlou district will go to tbo peo- ple within a month In all probability, lo a statement made last nigbl by T. J. O'Brien, who Is pasting bo measure through tor tbe general This district, which wltl be known us tho Southern Albeita Irrigation >istrict, is one of tbp largest propos- ed In the province. Tbe area which vill be brought water Is an xceplionally rich one and wltli the advent of tlie water land values will loubte. The land-affocled arV> now being ad- lu. the Allierla Gazette. After he provisions.of the .Vet bave been 'ulfHUid in. this pa'rtlcular-the mluis- er.will apiwinl iho returning olficcr and set iho lino for the vqting. It s donfidcntally expected .that tlip vot- ng will take place In the nest thirty days. urc'd OUR REVENUE 'FROM INCOME TAX The Toronto Olobe is very critical ol Canada's income tar. II Quotes ,'Hon. W.. A. Walt, .tieasurer of the Billing that In. qo'untry a. certain man :irivanj; an Income of paid to the' -comnionweaUb, and stativpr to air SjSJJyear.'.VAnolher roM! wi'ih" an ia' come paid In Ir.obme and land tai a year. The Globe ftdde: "In cornpaYlson with. Anstrp lla and other countries, the income tai In Canada la a farce. The returns for taxes on incomes earned In 1917 received up lo April SO, 1919i amount- ed to only Miking all allow for belated returns, it is cer- tain that the total Income tues col- lected for -1917 will be less than Tnis Income tai of from a popalation of amounts to per bead, as compared with per head In Aus- tralia. Worse thin' the low aver- age it tho Injustice of the method by which it la collected. The man of taall Income or salary ie generally taxed to the uttermost, but it Ji well knon-n in town and lt a moderate estimate there ara more than that number In Montreal Toronto alone who should be subject to it." Up to. the present Canada's Income tai has own very Inefficiently ad- ministered. Unquestionably with ct- fecdre administration, tho returns would be mach greater. However when Inclined to crltlcleo the results of Inconw taiatlon, wo must not over- look that tha baslness profits tai is an Income Uu and lins yielded slnci It established over a hundred mil- lion dollars. If ft Is not continued and taiatlon is bised on .the Income tai alone, Canada's retnrns from IncoiM taxation, should (show lip much better.. The Minister of Rnanoe malt see, howerer, that tlia tax to bear moil on those Any recognition of schemes to avoid the proper taxa- tion of wealth would create faction and lead tij the belief that par- tiality being shown lo Ilio rich. While- isf ari ap- parent among the "governing class- es" i.n'Great 'Britain 14 look askance and with timidity on'the advances lu political' field uy Labor, it does, not .appear that .the' great middle ot Britain views it in the sama spirit. Perhaps of all classes n Great Britain, the middle class is the uhost zolld and well balanced. Should Labor ascend to power, slhly in the event somethirii'of tho shiring of responsibility by Labor, a which la bound to hare a chastening .effect on extreme as experience This has been illustrated In radical shown. the Case of Mr. John Hurns who, from being'a. fiery demagogue .outside !'ar- amsnt, became quite tha reverse when he assumed responsibilities ot office which qabinet rank him. Labor leaders In British Parlia- ment after a short have shown themselves fanmore sut dued and temperate In their demanda and deiiret tor radical changes of policy than those without. inay ba well construed that, tho sporting in- stinct In the greal.msm of the people ot Great Britain is willing to give Labor a chance ot seeing things .In their true inwardness in the nssump- lion of government, to fear from the experience. While considering everything'in ,ita relation to recent elections'-in' GreVl Britain, it. is difficult-not'to lain opinion that the-bulk-ot thi solid mass ot the 'have'tiad the opportunity the contests afford- ed lo vole for. Labor candidates for their with the existing Government. What- ever may bft the fi'lure Government of Great Britain, It Is not too much to say that tho decision will rest oil the WILL'THEY REALLY I COST Lem a I NEW ot -women's elolhes mny be reduc- ed congMerabty, because there will be considerably less of them, if the predictions of a fashionable Fifth Avenue male 4 milliner'-and dressmaker, who arrived "from Paris today, aro correct. The latest modes that France Is sending to tao United Slates, be are 4 No etoclcluKs. Bxtremely short skirts. No sleeves. Sandals.. (Continued from Front merely coincided with tho laws oi in- eruatlonal trades unionism. Several ilher speakers viewed Iho subject "latter from various angles, nud tho toper amendment was adopted by a substantial majority after a debate asllng over an hour and a half- Veterans' president Speaks At tho opening of the afternoon ses- sion the fraternal delegates were ac- corded an attentive bearing and vocl- "erous Applause. President W. A. Ir- of the G.W.V.A. Alberta Com- mand, who came down from Edmon- on, said he was present as a repre- sentative on tho part of tba veterans or co-operation in the belief that Dinmuijit; of idea would bring ulll- nate success to those gre'nt Jbpdies; The veterans atier having success- ully (iefended tha Interests ,bn the laltle fields of France arid Flanders >f the Innd of their birth or adoption, had still another battle to cngace In :o make Canada a better HVB in, ami that their service did not end when they received tboir discharge torn overseas service; It only then Jogan. Old political lines and'nffillar tions must go by the. boards; tfe want deeds, not words. Practical co-opera- tion was Iho need, -not theoretical. Tom Longwcrth Talka> Tom Longworth, oCtLet'hbrldge, also of the Veterans; staled of the Alborln Veterans, we have over SO per cent, belonging to craft organlza- Mons In this province. .The radical elcr ment was presenl in the Veterans' organization as well as in labor-organi- zations.' He dealfwith rumors'to the effect that the government labor bur- eaus wera instituted for- the (-purpose. 3f strike-breaking, and wont on to sus- ;ain his reputation against any such charges by detailing the methods "of administration. Ho stated that where strikes were on, applicants for work were given full O.B.U. disturbances wereinot co'unten1 anced by thei.autlioritiea. Ho was followed by' IvRt Evans of the. Crow's N'est "and, Comrade" Palmer of the Calgary lirnnch, tho lat- ler emphashing his opinion that tho boys when overseas in close louch with tbe situation here, nud that he was suro that those who were work ins -h'ssrs at home a; sne.cil, Walter T. lloss, collector oms at Plclou, Ont., Is V. S. Selwood Is chairman of the Calgary school board for ISJO. B, S. Hogg has been appointed clerk of tho supreme court at Hod Deer. A Rotary'Club may be formed at Swift Current. A. Asuwortli has bwsi ciiosen presi- dent of Cranbiook Great War Vets. Neil Lore, pioneer St. Thomas busi- ness man, Is dead. Hev. G. S. Taylor, a Canadian Meth- (From Our Onn RAYMOND, Jan. 0.- Joha Powel- son. vice-president of the Soulhcrn Alberta Developmenl association, .and T. J. O'Brien, chairman of the South- ern Irrigation Dislrict committee, were In Wnrner Saturday night con- ferring with the irrigation boosters ol thai town 'anil -Milk River on the feasibility ot the organization of an irrigation dislrk't lu that' territory to comprise approximately acres. TIeaded tbe energetic represent- ative ot that district Mr. Leftingwell, the business men' nud farmers of Warner and Milk River nre put strong Tor irigation development In their sec- tion of the province. They realize that this is tho one thing luat wll) stabilize agriculture in this province and they do not want to be left out of tbe big program ot reclamation. The meeting was an enthusiastic one, Mr. O'Brien declares, -and they look pleasure in- giving Raymond's neighbors to the south-cast all (be liitnrnwtinn which thev had gleaned through, years ot experience in Uia question at issue. The proposed district will 'include the lauds in the Warner and Milk' Hlver districts- and the source-of sup- ply -will beHlie Jlilk Illver. is .being jujjl. x! s Hie head office Te though' apparently receiving wages, had not been given due I Elder Br sideraUon for wha.t they had done. said that life overseas was ten per cent, dirty'work and nineiy monotony. It took all to do Hie job: those at hnmo as well ns those over- anctf though the yoke mny be thrown off, there was another fight at EXPORTMARKET FOR HORSES IN ENGLAND ..BRANDO.V, Man.ltfan.. fodder _ Ie provided members of.'the various Manitoba livestock breeders' association now in annual convention; H S. ArKell, livestock commissioner, told-thc horse breeders meet- ing-this, morning of the, export market for horses ,whllo 'Andrew Graham, of Holaudj. heJdcfortt-Bn "what can be done Increase'tho nize- of draft sires and slill retain the quality." This afternoon the annual meeting of the shareholders ot the Canadla'H Co-Operative Wool Growers1, Limlleil .gtjjnfigijj, report, while J. H Evans, .deputy, nijiusier of agriculture presents, the for Manitoba. This evening" when a Joint'public meeting be held It is probable that Professor Harrison and Professor Jackson, of the ''agricultural college will.deliver their addresses. Hon. Tolmie, minister ol agri culture, cannotrfbe being ill at his home In Victoria. of Calgary, presi dent of.the Western Canada Livestock ibe-one of..the speakers and Professor'Reynolds, of (he Maril Cuira ugriciiUiiraJ-. college, wlH'spenk on agricultural filncatlpn. Ureeden held their annual meeting In lial today. The attendance was very large. Freeman Wright, of HInscarth presided. Tho following officers were elected for 1920: President: John Crawford. Bran don; vice-president, Harry Oalbraith llartney; directors: John. Orr home.- course take. great middle class will The Into Sir William Osier bad the unique distinction ol coiif'itlng bis own argument that a man was useless after forty. With Tobacco grown on the Fix- perlrnenlnl Farm, it would appear that It'll a ftlr field for all kinds ot production. LONDON; man F.leani (rawler Ada, which wns picked up at short of coal, was towed Inlo Orimsby by'a trawler, but the coal heav- ors refused to ,lon.d. her. There is no necessity lo mention "Lest we forget" to Ilicse li'cavoni. They faced loo many Ocrninn nerils lo comp Icnlpnl vc-ry soffu. The, Compensation Act Aid. 1. A. KInney, of filmontou. of the Workmen's Compensation Commis- sion, and en-presldcnt of the Federa- tion, explained many of the shortcom- ings of-the :cxlsllng act. which does not provide for sickness in workmen's families. On the other hand, medical aid such as government rail- way employees, do ijot provide for medical aid In the way of attention by specialists, ;which Is a feature ot the Factories Act. He stated Hint be- tween five and six hundred accideiiis .were being, reported to the govern- ment- monthly, Or. Messenger, ot the Chiropractic claimed there was roneous Impression in some quarters tnnt hta element of professional JIfc should occupy the status of n crim-. Inal. We cnuM not obtnln a license, and appealed for support In efforU to secure a bill to have a hoard ot examination appointed. Teachers and Labor C. Random of Ihr! Aliierta Kducalion- "1 Association dwelt upon tho rela- tionship between toacliera t. rarnMr ot t Hotel Cecil, who li Umring Cuia, and UnlUd to itady 'Utr jaJI ChU has 16 ened trled out Hi Co or eoi In the drlttly dim hour at 300 prlsontn nets the hanging of odlst missionary. It dead China. in West Dr. B. W. Spragge, son of hte late Chief Justice Spragge, of Ontario, died at Toronto. Andrew Miller ono ot the owners of New York Life Is dead. He was a native ol Hamilton, Ont An organization has been formed of silver (ox breeders In Quebec at Bale St. Paul. Five Orlllla firms havo within tha past few days adopted tho plan of in- suring their employees. J. Blackburn, president and general manager ot the London Free Press Sir Maclaiy who was given for a Caronetcy In the Now Year's hotici V list, was bora in Montreal, cud has Identified hint- self with the capitalisation of Can- adian enterprises. He Is a publish- er of big financial Journals.' Another English bye-electlon Is pending'lu the division of Shropshire through the death of Sir CliarlM lienry, Liberal Coalitionist; Sir John Leigh, wealthy -philanthropist, who founded the Canadian Odlcers' Club in London, lire spoken of as Coalitionist r -i. Ajborfa U nslfoj for an' innovation in uie.caro of Us, by tho ap- a provincial .'forester. Tho Dominion government ban already among __ _. expiaitei ta U etUt, tier, of which inrrMadwl In which the ti. It. was tb. ccattstiM Iktrilt that tome trappuifs wotli a vwl ailutory upoa ta wkoM life might come fktm to or to. rob, U %mru." Dr. Paikte, vbe WM a Knight, In New lUt born lu New Bnniwklt in 1UC, tad had a dUtfncolihcd CArew. He taught school in Bithtnt, N.B., and Frederlctlon, N.B, In 118? he made an (our, almuMlaf question of Imperial natty. From 1835 to 190! he was Principal of up- sources In th'e west thai w'm'' bs on tha consideration Ihls year. The Jos. E. Seagram will Just pro- bated makes the value of thn dlslllhrs' eslato over three million dollars. The beneficiaries i'uder the will, apart from Iho immediate family, are: Mrs. Kmily Hood, Calgary, ?500 annually; Corthen Car Publishing company, is dead. C00; John' Fefgi.son. The late F. W. Sumner of Monctoc, agent general ot Now Brunswick In London, left an estate valued at half million dollars. Latest production in motor "trucks Chas. Ilor- top, the four'la'ter being old In tho Eng., bye-election W. C. Robinson, the Labor candidate, is a typical Lancashire trade unionist Since Rhodes'BchoUrBhlp Trait) and liv- ed In Bngland. He hw written con- siderably on Imperial toplci. Three rcilde in Toronto: Mrs. Vincent Mateey, W. L. Grant and Mrs. J. M. MacDonnell. SSrVlCa a SL'Ura" 8 _ Preece, Coalition candidate, Avo nlne-year-old boys while coast- 'he Ihg at York, P.i., lost control of their d ac sled, which ran into the river Thev rB-ja.., ca: drowned lormerly represented Wakefli Total fees collected by tie High- way Department of Michigan from- motor vehicles last year totalled Coffe> expJJlirs of Costa Rica, es- tim'ate'tfiat country's coffee crop for this 'year at pounds, Com- pared -with Inst year. Sidney ol Hunnn, represent" ed Olaresholm Agricultural School at the Students' convention at Des Moines. ,A J15.000 Boston embezzler actress. Sir 'jidldate, ..-----Jeld and Is a native of Ashton, where Ills father was a prominent M.ethodist. .Frederick Orr Lewis, who was made n Baronet, in th'c New Year's honors, Is n natlyo ot Swansea, Wales 'Ho. was long in'bhsirlees In Montreal, nnd: was'Canadian representative.of Vick-i crs, For some years .he was the largest shareholder5 in [ho Merchauls' Bank ot Cnnada. ho was President Dominion wholesale Hardware Merchants' As-- Eoclation. principal hotel, Cecil, .plans' to serve ice-water the with ice tjaiiK eiuuezzier .1. is revealed an a wav hero, who B v ,tSan, Ulls in a citation for bravery and-a Freuch American cus- decoration. Homestead, Pa., merchant are. fac- ing baukruptcy..: They reinsert aurupcy.. ey reted .to innovaticns will lower -prices, so Carnegio'- Steel tp.l opened its own store lo sell to cm-! toms Uio hotel, will also have cream, .central- heating, a cafeteria rnnnini! water in the rooms and a- baili. of these' startling1 ....i, vthe'famous OrclerThat Victrola TODAY Terms. Style, All Woodi Rccordt Jazxleit Jazz Best ORDER THAT VICTROLA TODAY Balmoral Block of tho -I ployes at cost. John McCoy, who was a drummer! boy during (he Indian Mutiny, was found-dead in bed at his home In Br.inttord, at the age of seventy-, seven. t His little girl's cries of- Joy at what she thought was Santa Glaus await-, en'eci a'Wiimitigton, Del.-, man In time to see a burglar prowling around the house. _ fl-Ith. the. California" Auto v Association, the Red Cross has arranged to establish first aid stations in the forests and national park's throughout tho state. A three-storey reinforced concrete and measuring CO by 95 feel, and weighing tons, at Detroit, is being moved 450 feet at the rate, of 50 feet a day. It is. likely .th'nt .the Mudsc-ns Day company will re-establish their liquor store at Lloydminster. with a portion of each side ol the boundary line be- tween Alberta and Saskatchewan. A gift of from John D. Rockefeller .was-.included in a sum ot which tho national com- mittee ot Laymen announced'had been raised In their victory campaign which closed Decem- ber 31.': A rablo to'the Vancouver World ________ _ from.Sydney, the latest specllou. over Canadian prairie, coun- Now Zca'nnd Hcenslng' poll figures try. the American visitors making the wipo oul PrAh'tbtlon deal and give trip with a view lo Investing In Cana- continuance a ot Ncar- dlan lands. V- 'X were counted. TO INSPECT WESTERN LANDS BY AIRPLANE Jan.' e.-r-Uookings for air trips over tlfe western prairies and lo points HS far south as .Minneapolis arc already being arranged tor dales after April 1, by n local aerial com- pany. Twelve trips liavo'been booked on.contract a party of persons to Minneapolis. Contracts have also been made with a number ot local real estate firms lo United jjtates j" "1s L a in- Contracts have also been made wllh municipalities along' the noulliern roule by wtiich'landing fields will be nrovklcd at >TO SAVE COMMUNISTS PAULS. inter-allied military commission at Di'ldapcst-was Authorized liy the' Ennrcirie council lo- day to intervene ir, fsror of some of rto more moderate commuiilals ivho bave been condemned to death by (lie au'.horlllcs In Iho Hungarian capital, cd Farmers of Alberta was of the opinitm that governmental oppression of tin democratic classes were draw- ing the farmers and unionists closer together. Despite l.osles which were being spring, Iho farmers :to sec teachen receive Just re- ward, for servlco, Hagtw wero re- .sponslble for statPinontf) to llje effect t he Albcrtn .Teaclicra' A1II- that the fnrnicm and labor could not According; Review, uncohdllional-.and ?unlimited prohibi- tion wint 'into: effect; in- Finland on Jimp 1r-19in.': H; prohibits" Ilio manu- tr.insporla- lipn and or'having hi one's oscep't'for me'dica.l, technical or scion-' ancr, said tiis tiorly bad befin (enned a tr.Kles union camouflaged, Wit de- clnrcd II woa a trades irnion not cim- oufPBKwV. Iho outcome of a iwdfof unity (if actiun, lie nmienleil in'ithn orgaiiizallnn lo aland behind the le.-ich- crs In (heir demands for butter wages. There were girls tc.ichins In Calgary lor loss than J90 per mouth; Jllj, to for board; they had lo dresB llium.sflvefl as models of neatness and cleanliness, and for (wo months- they rccclre no salary. U. F. A. Opinion Secretary of lim Unit- title purposes: T his comb of 'prolonged temperance law Is Ihe bill and ;nrage-and business block, cov-1 in cntlru liloeK of square I Hnffalo Is assured (if (i Hole! Stntler from ]i; lo 18 Ktorlos high, with giiect.rooms, the-! alre, crlng a A'itti.a total Investment of nj> proximfllely jlO.ffOO.Odd, 'acrnrdlne to rm nnnoiinceincnt uiarln recently by 10. M. president of the Holds Slatlcr Company. Sir Trevor Huwsmn, who was creat- get together tin the tiuestlon of hours cd a Raroiicftn the now Year's honors! In linuor of'tho .vislllnR dele- Kntcz, and it ts.expected that Ihe con- vention win 'close- with n nlehl ses- sion lomoi-row night. Kdmonlon ap. liears (Jail for Uift'next ciiiivcnlfnn, nnd if the present, offi- cers slanil fnr re-election tlicro ap- pears lo bi. ,10 opposition in sight ,-tt llila lime, Proparalo-y to stock taking we will offer several lines which we are clearing' out al greatly reduced figures on their present price This will mean tn persons requiring footwear a prici at least hall of what it will bo in spring on the now lines and would pay yon to invest. Look over these prices, then look at whal our windows dis- play. You will find something to interest you nnd still more insldo to interest you further.. Men's Gunmetal Blucher at Men's Tan Calf Blucher at r Men's Patent Leather Blucher at 7 pairs only, Nettleton Button a pair RUSSIA AFIE BROKEN' SIZES" 7 pairs only, Dongola EEwdth, fufl double sole, sizes 8 at leather >r Neolin soles, values and Tho entrance of the third lion Into !ht! liitoriiatirmal tanking' firm of MOTR.m Company (nnk place (rhcii Juiilus 'Spencer son of J. I'. 'Morgan, wns admlllerl as n po.-lncr In Ills father's concern. Two oilier j-nuiiR men. Klliot C.'owdin llaron, son uf Roliert Ilacon, fi former partuei1 anging Jn iirice from in KM l also >a few-pairs' pf ivory nnd Field :ous< in n llno.v.but, ell. sizes In 'iheilsl., Look at {He price only, a {fair Women's Brown Kid Bal with light kid top. Regular shoe for Slippers, to clear, per pair .LOOK THESE OVER EARLY-you WILL BE PLCAfED WITH WHAT YOU NO SALE GOODS'ON APPROBATi.OV AND NO SX'tE OOOD9 CHARGED.': SHEpLOCK BOlL'DINO ;