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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY LETHIWIDGEOArt-'S PAGE TH1R1RRH Alberta Made Profit From Liquor Sales PERSONAL c- ad New holidays with relatives In River Times. Bliirmore Enterprise under stands that Dr. bus secured practlra Wayne, Alberta, and left Mr. and Mis. Frask A. Stoitxe tor that point His week. Ihls afternoon for New Orleaiu, wbwe tucy will spend the tiro C. G. Groff, gf.Calsarj, forjnif'ij ol CALGARY, Jan. Alberta made a profit of nately during the year n the handling of liquor Imported au'd sold through the government vendors to drug stores, aud to cllus-ns on pre- scription. Attorney-General J. K. Boyle made ;he foregoing statement Saturday morning to a representative of the Canadian Press 'in discussing prices at which liquor [i sold by tbe govern- ment vendors, as Win- nipeg liquor wholesale exporting f jnns. Mr. lioyle'sald that the figures were not yet available on the total value of The marriige. of Dr. A. H. Baker to tills Stirrett took place at Calgary on New Year's Day. After a short Ihe- Herald stiff, wan In Ue for wedding tour, Or. and .Mrs. Baker will few today on hit way to Taber un a business Tlalt. 4 It. H. Roberts, ol the Lethbridge in- spectorate, li aUen'ling contention of inspectors .at Bdiuuntoa. take up residence here. Dr. Baker IB medical Euperlnteudent at the Frank Enterprise. 0. D. T. Hecher and JIIss che.rJeft morning for Canary. .will become 'a Mr. Worth; Vsir has left for Minnc- pupil-: of St. Hilda's Ladles'" College ayolU, where he will remain for the News. next two or threo months. Many people in ilaclood will be glad _____........_ ____ to hear that Mr. 3. J. Haney, formorly noon for Nobloford, where she has ac-V" well-known business man in the Miss Ituili Inman left this after- I a school for the coming term. ItovnJ has united In marriage to 'Miss Annie Fife, of Winnipeg. Mr. Mr. nnd llrs. Allen Jack ara receiv- "Hd Mrs. Hariey arc now residing In Ing congratulations on the birth of a Cadillac, Sssk., where Mr. Haney Is daughter, born January owner of a large hardware and Herald. general store. When In Macleod ho was the .owner of tho jewelry busi- ness now owned and operated by 11. Hod Deenis losing Iwo bank man- -S. .Maxwell, ot the Ncwi. chants, goes to'Saskato.on, nnd W. K. Wlckcris, ot tho Imperial, to Fort Wil- liam. Of the many charming costumes worn at tho children's ball at Victoria, n.C.. this week, perhaps were of Mr, Dobson relumed Monday greater interest or had more historic night after spending the Christmas significance attaching to' them than i the- quaint gown worn by Mlas Poppy -Slicplio'ard, daughter of Mrs. New- ot Vlctoria original gown, but for a few minor al ir. sizes, is today as It was received from the courtiers more than a century' ago, when It was worn by [jie greal-gr'eat-grandmother of a Victoria resident at the first Brit- ish court hold following the battle of Famous Old Recipe for. Cough Sump Thousands of housewives have found that they can save two-thirds of the 3QOHCJ. usually spent for cough' nrepara- tions.-bv usiiix the wail-known old recipe for making cough svrup at home. .It ing cough svrup at home. .It is siiupie'aml cheap nut it lias no equal for prompt .results. It1 takes rurht hold of a cough -and Hives immediate relief, usually BtopriinK ah ordinary in f hours or less. Get 2ft ounces of Finer (50 cents worth) from any pour it into 10-oz hpttla and add plnin flranulalc-d syrup to make 1C If you prefer, use clnriGcil moliisses, or corn instead sujjar synip. acts, penetrating through every of-llif. throat nnd Trafalgar in 1805. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES phlegm, soothes and memhrsrics, nnd gradually but--'gineers are'-holding'-'- their regular o The members of the Art Needle- work Club will meet at tbe homo cl Mra. Francis, 913 Sth Ave. day nt 1 o'clock for their annual lun cbeon. The women of Moose Heart legion ChapteriNTo.'32S, will.meet'on Monday 8 o'clo'ck in the Moose hall: attendance is requested Tho MICE' society of. the Brother hood of. Ixjopmoiive Firemen, and En- liquor sold by the government vendors in Alberta, but that theso would be ready for presentation when the legis- lature meets on February 17 next. Tho however, declared that the profit by itnv govern- ment In the ule ot liquor was less than 'profit which the druccUts are 'allowed. As the drnggistE aro allowed a profit of 20 per cent, on the purchase from the vendors, It appears, therefore, that the urent proW'-of 1300.000 for 1919 was somothing leu than per'cent, on lolal sales, vrhteli would fli them at under for the its hcalinir.cfrect'on the membranes. Avoid ied. r'l SAYS SWINDLER SPLIT MONEY WITH POLITICIANS CHICAGO, Jan. mem- bers 3f a national syndicate of bank swindlers, who aro; alleged by ipollce to have divided more than with politicians, lawyers, police and soino bank-. cfticlalB and..oiuplovee.5t were being sought 'h'ero today. John Loulsl'., representing a Now York indemnity Company, conferred with officials of the slate attorney's' office and presented evld.enco'lutendcd to show auch existed, anil a number of the ringleaders operated a clearing house here.- Thirteen men. members of tho gang, aro .under' arrest .in New York, Loulsl said, Every woman interested in tha wel- fare of the Anglican .church'in Lelh- bridge please make an effort to ho present New members arc especially welcome. 1 The young ladies of St. Patrick's church aro holding a dance In the Conservatory of Music hall on Tues- day, Jan. 13. The G. I .A. will hold their regular meeting on afternoon at 3 o'clock In'tho Oddfellows' hall. The Major Jack Rosa Chapter, I! Oi D. E. arc holding a special meeting on Monday evening at S o'clock at the homo of 0. F. P. Conybcare, "Rivcrview." This meeting is lo make arrangements for the "Bluebird Dance." The annual meeting of the Women's Civic Club will be held at tho hofae ot Mrs. Fred W. Downer on Tuesday afternoon next at 4 o'clock. Every member is asked to be present. The meeting will start promptly at the above hour. There will be an "Old Time" soda! held at the homo of Mrs. on Tuesday evening, Jan. 13th, at S o'clock, under the auspices of the, W.M.S. of Wesley church. This will 1 he a social like we used to have be-! fore the war, witli games, -music. cake, etc. Everyone is cordially. In- vited, including the young people and gentlemen. There will-ha no admis- sion, but a silver collection will be taken at the door, which go cll- ruct to r j V SOCIAL EVENTS ft Ontario Cabinet Minister .Hav- ing Difficulty Finding a Seat Hais Raney ITALY SITUATION LOOKING BETTER PARIS, Jan. Secret conversations between Premier! Ckmenccau, l_loyd and Nlttl continue In an atmosphere of confidence, with a reciprocal desire to reach a solu- tion of the Adriatic problem which It acctpUble to all, according to Journal. Tfce project of'brlng- ing about ncgotlatlona be- tweert llaly and Jugo-Slavli Ic alio Mid to be proceeding favor- ably. SELLING RIFLES TO CANADA EARLY IN WAR DETROIT. Mich., Jan, the course of the trial of a sal- vago conspiracy case here, Major J. Waterbury Ue was in- terested In the salo to Canada at the beginning of the great war of the Krag-Jorgcuseu rifles ujed by country In the Spanish-American war, aad that ho had conferred with Cap- tain S. Nicholson regarding tho Major Waterbury denied that ha was violating this country's neutralitv. PASSENGER STEAMERS FOB CANADIAN MONTREAL, Jan. 10. Canadian Canadian government has under considera- tion the building of of gross In connection with tht Canadian'. National Railways, according to formal announcement by Hon. C. C. Ballantync, minister ol mll- itla. H: also expressed belief Canadian shipbuilders will be to build any water craft that will be required by the country. CHATHAM. Ont, Jan. Is not' yet clear sailing lo scats In the On- tario legislature for members of the United Farmers of Ontario-Labor cab- inet, who aro still without constituen- cies. Word which has been received from Dresden, which ig in East Kent.' Indicates that the farmers' clubs of that vicinity are dissatisfied jvlth 'he; action of J. D. Clark, JI.P.p., In offer- Ing to resign his sea! to make way for Hon. Manning Doherly, minister of agriculture.1 The Harwich Farmers' club say that' if Hon. Mr. Doherty rim? !n East Kent. they will nominate another farmers'] candidate to oppose him. It is not yet announced that a seat I has been found for Hoa. W. B. Rancy, attorney-general. Says Constituents Consulted TORONTO, Jan. H. Clark, United Fanner member of tho legisla- ture for East Kent, has placed hie res- ignation in the hands of Promier Drnry with a letter to the effect that he puts his seat at the disposal of tho government to do as tho cabinet sees fit He says he. consulted his constit- uents and secured their consent. Arrives at HaVaha With British Admiral and May Go On to SouthtAjfrica iat for ounces of Pinci" with I The annual meeting of the parish I o full directions and don't accent nuxlllao' of the St. Augustin Ainalga- iilsc. Gua'nhtccil to five absolute' satis- mated church will' be held' 'hi the faction or money promntlt refunded, parish room, corner ot lilli SI. and Slh Tbe 1'mex Cor, Toronto, Ont. Ave. on Monday afternoon at a.30. The Little Strength- builders OXO Cubes contain the vital elements which give beef its special place and value as a food. These valuable pro- perties are concentrated in the handiest possible form. Ready in a the minute you want it, OXO Cubes are of uniform she, strength and in grease-proof paper, en- closed in dainty cartons and packed in tins ready for immediate use. CUBE TO A CUP XUBES Tin.; IQc., 2Sc., ir. and Mrs. A. W. Mc.Oilllvray, Orangoville, was Ihc scene of n pretty wedding on New Year's Day, when Ruby, their eldest daughter, was ninrrlal to Ilov. Hugh M. Lyon, pastor of Knox church, Cran- brook, O.C. The ceremony was con- ducted by Her. Jenkins Burkliolder, CaMon, and Miss Oladys Taylor, ol Toronto, the bride's cousin, played tho wedding music. -The bride, who was si veil nivay by her father, wore her travelling suit of brown silvertoi'.i.1. with hat lo mutch, her flowers being Ophelia roses, Mr. and Mra, I.yon left for a short (rip lo eastern points, and about Ihc middle of Jan- uary they will leave for their flilure homo in Cranbrook, Glosis. HAVANA, Jan. Vis- lea lord of t'uc iimlsb Sir Uobeft np'rden, prime miniver o.f Canada, who arrivedJiere yesterday on HID British Ke.iland, paid a visit of courtesy to President Monacal. A'is- count Jelllcoe nnd Sir Robert were President at the op- era last nlghi.' Today the visitors -were, guests of honor at a luncheon at tho Tropical Gardens. The Now Zealand, wllh Admiral .TelHcoe aboard, will leave Sunday night for South Africa. H is holioveil Prtmler Dordan will accompany Ad- miral Jelllcoe to South Africa, but no confirmation of this can ho had. A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING ff ff ff ff ff ANNOUNCEMENTS Hon. Sir Kemp and Lady Kemp, of Toronto, announce the ap- proaching ol their daughter, Hazel Tlcatrlce widow o( V. Challnn Stephen', of Montreal, to Mr. A. il, Uolvlllo, c! painpUclIlord, One of-tho greatest discoveries of tho asa Is that truth' ;ls an iisset and a lie a liability. Hiding horseback in ball gowns on Sunday morning .In'the park would be Cjultc in keeping with the way somo Eli'ls dress for 'busfnjsj' says a New York observer, Her clothing catching fire Mrs. N. Golden was terribly, bitrncil In her homo at Hamilton Ojit, The pain drove her nut of her'mind end she was taken to the hospital In a rlellrium She died about four 'hours later. 3 f' A petition for divorce on the ground of dcKcrtion liaa just been brought by Albert Edwcrtl Primrose Lor.l Dal many only son of Lord tiosebcry, lila wife, Dorothy Alice Oros? vcnor. t ilany London houses nnted In pro, war dtiya for the brilliancy of tho entertainments given within them, arc being reopened, and and decorators arc busy In Mayfalr, London'ilorry'ii house being among tho latest bright and fresh. .Parts Is mnklns a great feature of very heavy embroidery, done In a I loop stitch, Illin tapestry, and this Is sometimes phoaretl to form liMln square tufta which away from tho Hurfacu of tho fabric a quarter ol an Inch A new fchonl costume for three largo Bcliools for girls in Ttikio ia re- ported In a Jiijiun Society hiiitriln, The freshmen girls will linvn Jackets fasliloncd of pink material and Kkirts of vEolol. Tlic siirotid year girls will wear hluo jackals and third year maidens, fu virtue of their greater ma- turity and advancing .wisdom, will ho privileged to have', their coat.- cut from brown cloth. The 'fokio schools malting the change aro tho Girls' Com- mercial School, the Ynmawnkl Girls' High School, anil Aloml OirK Mltfi School. YLANDS' UMMAGE You" First and Last A Strong Force in Selling at the Daylight Store AT THIS SALE YOU WILL FIND OUR ENTIRE HUGE STOCK OF SEASONABLE AND WANT- ED MERCHANDISE ON SALE AT PRICES THAT ARE PROVING BY THE NUMBER OF PLEASED CUSTOMERS THAT PRICES ARE' RIGHT FOR IT IS A REAL SALE. WE HAVE IMAGINED OURSELVES IN YOUR PLACE WHEN WE MARKED THESE GOODS. YOU ARE THE PARTY TO BE PLEASED AND IT IS TO SAVE MONEY FOR YOU THAT WE HAVE PUT THIS SALE ON AS WELL AS TO REDUCE A HUGE STOCK. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY AT RUMMAGE SALE PRICES. FURS! FURS! ATO uo-v- fast bscomir.E an all the year round vonue anil during our salo we are offering extra special values In all lura, small neck-pieces, odd rnuffn and scarfs at huge reductions which place them now within your reach. Buy now as prices on all tlnse articles will be much higher. FUR SETS, SCARFS AND MUFFS HIGHEST QUALITY AT CUT PRICES Regular for 526.00 Regular for Regular 140.00 for...... Regular 560ftO for 145.00 Regular for Regular fJr Regular for Regular for FUR COATS HUDSON SEAL COAT Ladies' full length Hudson Seal Coat, lined throughout with fancy llnrag. Made in neat style with largo self collar. Regular M46.00. Rummage AA Salo HUDSON SEAL COAT A number one Hudson. Seal Coat In 30-Inch length. This Is lined with beautiful figured Pus- sy.nlllow silk and made in smart style, nc-giilnr J87B. Oft A ftft Rummage Sale OlfU.UU NATURAL RAT COAT Ladies' Bisleni Rat Coal, made in smart length and trim- med with Hudson Seal Collar and cuffs. A drossy coat and a serviceable one. Worth 00. 200.00 HUDSON SEAL COAT A shout smart Hudson Seal Coat suitable for smart street ivear. biue'd throughout with fig- ured V'jry special at J335.00. Hummage OTA n'rt Sale.............. MARMOT COAT Ladles' Marmot Pur Coat In full length style with Inr and cuffs of Hudson Seal; A good coat and reasonable in price. Regular ?185. -I Jfi ftri Itummago Sale 14U.UU NATURAL RAT COAT The last one, so here Is a real bargain In plain full natural colored rat coal. It Is mndo In full length with wide shawl collar. Lined throughout wilSi fnncy poplin lining. Rummage Salt! "s. 130.00 Sweaters Wo Iiavo had tho bigsect and most varies stock of sweaters nnd pullovers we hnvo over had and now tbta entire stock is offered at n hugo reduction. Regular for.. Regular for. Regular for.. 'Regular for Regular for. Regular for Regular for. Regular for Regular for......................... COLORS ARE SAXE BLUE, PlfJK, WINE, SKY BLUE, CARPINAL AND KELLY. Extra Special! FANCY PLAID AND STRIPED SILK SKIRTS neat styles and excellent materials nud well niiulo in every way. This price will clean ap Ihc lot In a hurry. Values lip to HumiMEO Sals........ Extra Spcc'al! LADIES' COVERALL good big Mailo with belt nt imck and fasten (it iack and patch pockete on front, worih f [1.25 to each. Rummage Salo I.UU Extra Special! LADIES' SILK plain anil fancy weave. We have dedtlort to clear out the entire lot. Values up to }so.OO each, i r An llumrjf.go So.lo Ij.W THE MONEY-SAVING SALE Extra Special! LADIES' PURE SILK white and champagne only. Thtse aro puro silk hose nnd sood fittins line. Tho other colors have sold out, so thesc_muat ho cleared up. Reg- op .ular J2.00 vafuo. llummago Extra Special! LADIES' COTTON only for spring nnd summer .wear, Tho last ,of some fast Rolling-lines. Hotter liny now uid save money. Kegular 50c valuo. nri Ilummage Sale, 3 for.............. Extra Special! 500 YDS. OF FINE WHITE In good heavy and full 2S inches wMe. This Is a real bargain and one that you can- not afford lo No phono orders tah- ojf :u. llutmnfigo Halo ii3C ;