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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUARY 13. 1WT fHE All Differences Smoothed Over and Party All Friendly Once More MATTICB, .Tun. F. J. Lan- drum, Staff Coi respondent of the i.'auaiKau Proas, by Lieut. Klcmr, aa commander of til-; balloon and over to the news. iwpcrmen In tho, present of Lieuton-' _., m-.ls Knrroil and Illnton. at whoso Scrlbbenu and W. U. Irotttr, wlillo tugOTstlon it was prepared, a stall- w- Welsh'' of the Trades inisiit on tliu dash betwuiMi Lleuten- I ''ahor council is the nominee ot mils Hlntim Ru'rell was issued i 'hnt body. H. H. Young la running as CIVIC ELECTIONS IN B. C. CITIES TODAY VANCOUVER, tloni held la cltlw and towni throughout British Columbia today. In Vancouver Mure li nu con test for mayor as Mayor H. II. Oali wan reflected a week aeclaru atlon for 11 fourth twin. There are II) candidates for eight tldcr motile naatit, eight for three board vacancies and four candidate! for the parks board, two to be elect ed. Voting In being held under tho pro portlonal representation plan and U will be Saturday morning liofore the complete results arc known. The fed orated labor purly has two candidates hi tho field for the council, J Sir Edward Canon for UM B-neh to the, press this evening. In tho statement blame for tho a soldier-labor candidate. Mrs. Mac- kin is an aldermanlc candidate. i Lack of a contest for mayor ban wrought on by 'the U'l" detracted greatly from in- hardnhips and gruelling struggles that It-rest in ths elections. liad to be endured on the trip over i the trail to and emphasized the friendship which the men declare has existed liehvp.nn them for past and they say has not been jiffocte'd by last night's set-to. Tho, differences between tho men have 1 been composed, and there has been j in the party no misunderstanding "other than a petty and passing tho statement says. CANADA'S FINANCIAL CONDITION SOUND IS BANKER'S STATEMENT TORONTO, Jan. a review of the financial situation made by Presi- dent O. Gooderham at the annnil meeting of the shareholders of the Bank of Toronto yesterday, reference j was made to the recent severe strain on the credit situation. President Gooderham said it had been the po- j licy and desire of the banks in Can- ada that readjustment of prices should talfe place gradually. In the United States there had been a severe drop In the prices of many commodi- ties and this had been reflected to some extent in Canada, but it was to the credit of the banks that what might have proved a serious situa- tion had been handled so prudently, that Canada had much reason for thankfulness. The harvest had been a large one In spite of falling prices, the country's wealth had' ma- terially Increased. You don't have to luffcr AUME BENGUE pun of hndsebc, ncunlfit. lumbkfo, rheumatism. niEWAKE OF SUBSTITUTES! IHE MIU1 MONTDEAL Acnti for Dr. Julac BCDTK RELIEVES PAIN (From Onr Own Correspondent) BOW ISLAND, Jan. V. M. GiHiert had charge of the regular ser- vice in St. Andrew's church last Sun- day night. "There is a lad words of Andrew the disciple, were cliosen as his text in his short ad- dress especially for the boys and girls of the audience. The text tor tho ser- mon was Rev. IV. 1. '-'A door was op- ened." There was a fair sized audi- ence and all listened attentively to the Interesting address. The audience appreciated greatly the iplendld music orchestra during the first part of the 1 service. The .choir is taking a holl- day, it is hoped that it is a short one. The Lftdlei' Aid of St. church will meet with A, C. Gage on Thursday afternoon. U. K. A. Notet The U.F.A. met on Saturday in the Rest Room. There was large number present and all seemed in- terested in the business of the meet- ing. After the routine work of the meeting other matter) brought up were: 1. Matters re the former resolu- tion In reference to the tax question, were read and diictuied. 2. A paper relative to the "wheat pool" that we read so much about in the newspapers, was rud. A motion was made to support the "wheat pool scheme" and when the motion was put the meeting It carried. Votes, 37 yes, 3 no. 3. Delegates empowered to take matter of tax question up with govern- ment, 4. The 0. F. A. convention meets In Edmonton next week. Goo. Mondi, secretary, was the official delegate ap- pointed. Other delegates named were J. D. James, president, and W. A. Hateman, publicity member. The U-. P. W. A. also met on Satur- day night. The time was glrsn over chiefly to matters relative to the com- ing convention. Mrs. Geo. Monds is the official delegate to represent Bow Island U. F. W. A., with Mrs. Ed. ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUIjl IS MATCHLESS FOR BREAD AND IfASTRY Ulster leader who is to be appointed a Lord Justice of the Court of Ap- peals at an early date. Thompson as an alternate, Mrs. J. D. James was also named as a delegate. The Junior U. P. A. club will meet in the Rest Room on Saturday Might, Jan. 16th. The regular meeting of the Wom- en's Institute will be held in the Rest Room on Saturday, Jan. 15th, at 2.30 o'clock. A good attendance Is ex- pected. The hostesses named were Mesdames Rolfe, Bell and Thompson. The Auxiliary of the G. W. V. A. met In the club room on Saturday af- ternoon of last week. On Friday night Feb. 4th the Auxiliary plan to have a whist drive In the 0. W. V. A. club rooms. Be lure to remember date. The G. W. V. A. are having one of the series of daucea in their rooms on Friday night of this week. The Crow orchestra will furnish the music. Mrs. J. Still hai opened up a dressmaking parlor at her home and is quite prepared to attend to the wishes of the ladies along that line. Last Friday night the Golden Link Rebekah Lodge held their regular meeting in their lodge room. Mrs. G. Jamieson, D.D.P., was present and installed the following officers: Mrs. A. W. Fuller, N.G.; Mrs. Ethel rlarris, V.G.; Mrs. A. D. Rolfe, R.3.; Urs. Rushworth, Treas Prttident garage Sees I'oggible Relief From U. S. Exchange WINNIPEG, annual conven- i tion of the Western Canada Fnilt Jobbers' association opened hero to- i day with 100 delegates in attendance. The irorntng session was occupied with the addreas of of Calgary, president of tho association, who reviewed the work of tho past year. Much had accomplished, he said, by the officers and executive of the association and much stil re-1 niatned to be done. Me spoke of many conferences held with the rail- ways, which, in some instances had resulted not ouly in Improved service, but also in much improved equipment. Speaking on the exchange question, President Savage declared every ef- fort had been made to secure relief. Soldier Delegation At Provincial Government thfl unemployment situation in Winnipeg is by no means acute, the result of thn delegation wbt wore received by xovernment ottkials, wtiw thut a coninilttw was appointed to maku.u survey of general comll lions in Winnipeg aim to alleviate any distress. White used a stove llfier to crush his wife's skull. The tragedy rvas the second of tho kind here wlthili 24 hours involving families of the same name. Last night Ralph Tolman, a musician, ill and out of employment, killed Mrs. Helen White and ended hia own ilfo I with a Imllct. Tho police theory is I If nlano row belnz worked out hv fhr Ithat Tolracln suddenly became insane. U UU1UK wuiheu UU[ Dy ine I aaltari Tnlm-in In afnn he" I M? Commission, the railways and express companies materialize, Mr. Savage as- serted in his address, a great saving to the Canadian public will result. C. W. L. McKelvie ol" Edmonton, and J. A. MeEwan of Reglna, were appointed members of the resolutions committee and R. M. Winslow of Ver non, B. and Gordon Smith of Re- gina, of the transportation committee. The convention Trill close Friday. shi provided for Ot work. him while ha was out ii takes ajoint of io make Bottle of BovrSL. BOVRIL Never Profiteered Has not changed since 1919 Same Quality Same Quantity Price 21-110 Direct Slap at President of Do- minion Trades C.B.R.E. Man President HALIFAX, Jan. Press.) Taking what was called a direct slap at the face of Tom Moore, presldeni of the Dominion Trades and Labor congress, the Halifax Trades and Lab or council, last night elected as their new president, William Furzey, prom- inent member of No. 95 local, Cana- dian Brotherhood of Railway Employ- The brotherhood recently had Its charter revoked by the Dominion After the installation a social time i and the members 'of the Halifax conncll whi pack up and go to California "Winter's Summer Garden" Sooner or latar everyone goes to California where the bright sunshine greets you; whore the delightful climate, the sweet scented flowers and the lure of the sea welcomes you to this land of beauty and charm. Four Daily Traini "The Shasta" "California Exprew" "Oregonian" "San Francisco Exprefc" Portland to San Francisco 'and New Through Sleeping Car Service Seattle, Tacoma and Portland to San Francisco and Los Angeles Provide comfortable accommodation and excellent Tour copy of our new booklet "California for the will be mailed FREE on request Ltcai Ticket Agent tor particulars as to routos, sleep- ing car reservations and train service, or write Southern Pacific Lines JOHN M. SCOTT, Agent Portland, Oregon. C. M. ANDREWS. D. P. P, A., 2011 Hlnckley Building, Seattle, Washington. as spent, and a dainty lunch enjoy- ed. Next Monday night, Jan. 17th, the Rebekah Lodge is giving a whist drive .nd dance In the I.O.O.F. hall. will ba furnished by the Crow Line orchestra. The Altar.Society of St. Michael's :hurch held the Srst of a series of thlst drives last nlgbt io base- ment of the church. There were four- een tables in play at cards and Mrs. B. Rainbow and Mr. Albert Goodyear won the prizes, while Mrs, LyczewsW iras awarded the consolation. At the lose of the card same dainty refresh- ients were served. Mr. and Mrs. J. Pollitt are enjoy- ing a holiday in Medicine Hat. They are visiting with their daughter, Mrs. Jno. LaMarsh and Mr. LaMsrsh also Mr. Follitt's brother, N. Pollitt and wife. Harris of the Lethbrldge tele- phone office, is now the operator at central, Bow Island. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. JamieBon of Me- dicine Hat, spent Friday and Satur- day In town. Their many friends were pleased to see them. Mr A. Swennumson made a busi- trip to Calgary last week return- Ing on Saturday. Wm. Dlttner has moved to Falrview farm. Wm. Moore, Medicine Hat, was a business visitor here the latter part ot the week. A. W. Fuller came up from Medi- cine Hat on Saturday night. Roy Campbell of Burdett was a business visitor In town yesterday. Several of our young people attend- ded the dance in Burdett last Friday night. Nurse Hendershott ot Burdett is in town. Rev, V. M. Gilbert was a visitor In Taber yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grigsby spent the holiday with the latter's parents at Lelhbfidge, but since her return Mrs. Grlgsby has suffered with blood- poison In her foot. Pleased to report that the blood-poison IB checked. Mrs. A. D. Rolfe and Mrs. J. Ross have both been ill, but at the time ot writing are improving. I T. R. Blalne is shipping part of hi? stock to Rumsey where he Is open- ing a store. Some of our hoys nnder the lawful age have been frequenting the pool hall lately. A stop U being put to this, we understand. Pleased to report that little Phyllis, Rainbow Is much better. On Friday morning, Jan. 7th, a baby girl was born at the parsonage to Rev. and Mrs. V. M. Gilbert. Mils D. Doran la unable to take her work at school through 'illness. elected Fnriey last night by a largo majority did it with this knowledge and in so doing challenged Tom Moore to revoke' the charter of the local council, promi- nent leaders stated. It is said that the Halifax council will not send any to the Mxt Dominion con- gress unless agree to op- pose the present regime. PLAN ADOPTED FOB FREIGHT PREPAYMENT OTTAWA, Jan. January a surcharge equal to 60 per cent, of the prevailing rate ot exchange, ad- justed semi-monthly to meet any fluc- tuations in the 'exchange rate, will be added to the Canadian freight rate to cover international freight other than coal and coke. This surcharge will apply in all cases where the charges are payable and collected in Canada. This decision Is tho out- come of conference of railways and shippers with the board- of rail- way commissioners on the subject of exchange and international freight haulage, ft was announced by the Railway Association ot Canada In a statement from that body tonight, BUFFALO HAS FOUR TRAGEDIES IN ONE DAY BUFFALO, Jan. White, a former soldier, killed his wife early :oday in their home In Madison street and then cut his own throat. Don't blamt th> stomach when I rial causa is in the slow I action of the liver and bowels- j readily relieved by Or Chatt's j j Kidney-Liver Pills. Qnepillidose.' 25c. i box, all deiltrt. Chases LOWRY COMMISSIONER OF MAN. TELEPHONES Guticura Soap Clears the Skin and Keeps it Clear WINNIPEG, Jan. Lowry, huail ot the Edmonton telephone sys- tem, accepted the commissioner- ship the Manitoba telephone tern. It wns learned from official sources today. It In understood that he will take over new duties early In February. The ialary will be annually. To commit suicide a Grcenihurg, Pa., man placed flre Btieksi ot dyna- mlto In a "pit hole" and attached wlroa and a battery. Then touched n button vhljk MI off the FCZEMA L You are not experiment' i n B when i you HVJ Jjr. i Chaw's Hint- mcnt for Ifrzctna anrt Kltlu Irrlta- lions, It relieves at oneo and jmuiu- ally tlu> skin. Chiisc's Olntuiunt It y Iy tlui skin. Ur. Olntuiunt It you mention tills acncl lie. for postage, flflc. a nil dealers or EUmanson, Co., Whnt cornea "ONCE TO EVERY Is ft the Hunger for Children? T January Clearing Sale LADIES' COATS AT ALMOST HALF PRICE FUR NECK PIECES AND MUFFS ALMOST HALF. UNDERWEAR AND SWEATERS ALMOST HALF. WOMEN'S CLOTH SUITS ALMOST HALF. BLANKETS AND QUILTS AT GREATLY LOWERED PRICES. BOYS' TWEED SUITS AND OVERCOATS REDUCED IN PRICE. SILKS AND WOOL DRESS GOODS AT GREAT REDUCTIONS. MEN'S WORK OR DRESS GLOVES AWAY DOWN. BOYS' HEAVY RIBBED HOSIERY AT NEW PRICES. FLANNELS AND FLANNELETTES AT LOWEST PRICEStEVER. WE ARE REDUCING STOCKS REGARDLESS OF THE ING FOR THE SPRING BUSINESS. ______ lioioo Fur Pieces, reduced to____ Fur Pieces, reduced to 550.00 Fur Pieces, reduced to Fur Pieces, reduced to...... S65.00 Fur Pieces, reduced to....... Fur Pieces, reduced to Some Astonishing Price Cutting in Suits and Coats WOMEN'S FINE VELOUR from K A ALL OTHER COATS REDUCED ACCORDINGLY Boys' Heavy Ribbed Wool Saving in Real Down or WOMEN'S VERY FINE SEAL PLUSH from to..................___-.................. WOMEN'S FINE POLO CLOTH from to.............................................. WOMEN'S FINE VELOUR COATS-Reduced from to LADIES' CLOTH sold at Reduced to................................................. LADIES' CLOTH sold at Reduced LADIES' SERGE sold at Reduced to................................... Hose The Line, The Line. Now........... The Line. Now............ ...89c 70c ALL OTHER LINES IN WOOL AND CASHMERE HOSIERY AT REDUCED PRICES. Cotton Filled Comforters Down Quilts. Now............ Down Quilts. Now............ Cotton Filled Quilts. Now....... Cotton Filled. Quilts. Now....... Cotton Filled Quilts. Now....... OUR PRESENT PRICES ARE CERTAINLY AWAY BELOW ANY WHOLE- SALE QUOTATIONS FOR SPRING OR FUTURE AIM IS TO REDUCE THE STOCKS AND TURN THEM INTO CASH. The Simpson Co., Ltd. ;