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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOK TWEJ VE THE LKTHBRIIXiB UA1LY HKHAUJ, FRIDAY, JANUARY 1C, 1920 Not Sure -Now That American Ibe western requirements at 60 tons, i which requirements have been order- Papers will Sue Sir statement sa> orj tin.- coutroller, the in part: [jusod to obey, lusleaii c! supplying ronT counsel for tho Fort frances Pnlp Paper company, who yesterday niado tho definite, announcement ibnt uews- papers in Chicago and 'Minneapolis had taken formal action for Sl.000.000 damages against the Canadian inln-j Jster ot customs because of tho em-j- outPut ihc CAN'T KEEP LIQUOR OUT OF MANITOBA Iho null has increased its lo the t'nlteil Slates mar- absorbing so much cf the amount allotted lo the Canadian- papers by Canadian government as to ren- der their continued publication Im- WINNIPEG. Jan. Hobs. Tcmperanco Act officials havo not tb.9 power to tho Importation ot liquor from Ontario or other outsUti points J. N. McLean, admlnia- "trator under tho act, today. Action fan' be taken against thu shipper consignee is to be a bootlegger, but uo means are available to atop receipt at private homes, he said. Little. Hqacr has come into the province far, he added. bargo oa the. shipment ot paper from possible, the mill, today refused lo confirm Iho! "The ijsi.. etatemcut. Tho American papers arcl'ian" possible. has persisted in its rie tho order of govern considering taking action. Mr. George mem. Until Iho submit flamajes through failuro to recehe raper. 'Peg Papers to' Suipend WINNIPEG, Jan. Canadian no relief in sight in Ihesu Jael3 to tho Judgment o( public and look lo the government this country tor speedy redress. Situation In Reglna RKGINA, Sask., Jan. The Dollar Watch is No More Cuts May Ascend' Soon Also It would appear that with the ascend- ing iirieo of commodities in every di- rection these days lhat Ihe policy pf and so willing to pay for It. Chocolate to Go Up To so of tho ascending coat of Ihe high cost o( liv- ing. A numl'er of' articles, as wa know to our cost, have gone up iu eosl. But Ihlivli not the end of the tale; there arj'-othors'walllug to be boosted on to Ihe puWlc in the mat- ter ot price as; as present stock in Ihe hands c( the jelfllcrs have lo bo replenished.'' There aro the choco- ialo bars, for L'is'auce, which selling ei five cents. These err due for a rise in toiy-nesr fulnro to Premier Asquith conteitlnr bo riiflltd nt three for a quarter. vacant through tho death, of Sir John j u i j u t McCallura, although probably Jam ina Marma'Me would accent tha invitation from tho The on ttie rota it rolled oals I -atsoclallon in (he conslitu- in. packages. which, havo just gone in event Mr. As- IjQNDON, Jan. Associated as yet been decided regarding former individuals will be. one ol their body belts and of tightening tightening DUTCH LOAN TO GERMANY 4 ,__'_Ji _.v j' A THE HAGUE, Jan. tint! detalii hare not 4 completed, a Dutch-Qer- ,man.commission hn agreed to a' plan by which thb Ntther- 1- lands government will negotl- loan to The 4 amount of the loin has notw 4 teen inade .public' tand the 4 Dutch parltameiit' must ap- prove of the agreement before It becomes opera 11 va. un wholeFa'.d from to {6.50, raise, of 90 cents. will mean five cents on tho package: Grape nuts have gone up from 13.00 to 13.80. duo for a rlr-e from 15 cents to cents. Ihcir purses. Tlwa apparently docs t 'A I u-tj irutu lit d-uitt Lu 11 ft viruia. not soeu, to be Iho rase, to Judca from TJnned wcnt llp caBO the action of a man who went into (yesterday. Jam and marmalade are one of the jewelry stores in tho the list for a big jump upwards to purchase an Ingorsoll watch, lie-in the fact that prices for these have walked up lo counter and, throw-ibeeu taken out and for the present afted for one qulth would not be officially opposed by coalition in Ixiiidon, although a local Unionist might tun is a candidate on a cotillion ticket. t IB understood Scottish Liberalism as a whole is decidedly hostile to Labor and Mr. Asquith as a can- didate for a Scottish seat ?ouUl be welcomed in many quarters. ing down a dollar bijl, afted for one of Iho cheap and popular tlmepioceu. The jeweller was struck all of a heap for the moment, but recovering him self he goreci at Individual some places the water has reached the mcnt of paper to Iho Western cd to country jiost whtch protect the ocal stores offices dally newspapers coiiforenc'e ot federal, provincial Xvmcgen resemble local authorities to consider plans of Venice, the waters having mounted to HAGUE, Jau. the nine, the Mats and other rivers (i___ speedily subside. Holland will belto know bitter .than io make such underwear is due for a price boost, j and then Dsked, had been living these aro cot Quoted by the manufactur- ers. Crpckery Up To pursue the atory further, crock- ery has gone up 33V' per cent, since him where, he Christmas, and apples are due for a pist years not jump in prices next month. Sleu's cd in ns many Eg possible. Saskatoon Stsr Csn't Publish SASKATOON, Sask.. Jan. shortage cf paper, the Saska- toon will bi; foiveil to suspend jmblifr.dou Monday. Ti'.o Saskatoon Phoenix has sufficient paper for sev- eral days. Moose Jaw Situation M003B JAW. Susk.. Jan. rewsprint filnnlion in Iliis city is such lhat bolh locn! papers will have lo suspend withtu tiio next 30 days nn- furlher supplies are forthcoming. The Kvening Timea 1ms sufficient for 10 days by conservins llie bj- reduced at tho paper. The News by grcally reducing Ihe size ol the paper can conlinne pub- lication for one week. The News re- duced to six pages last evening, while the Times has reduced to eight pages. Prlnflte to Resign OTTAWA, Jan, Canadian resignation of U. A. Pringle, controller of newsprint nnd book paper, .it Is understood, will be In .Iho hands of Sir Henry Drayton, mitiisler of finance, Ihis afternoon. Mr. Pringlo, when seen by a repre- sentative of the Canadian nt soon today, refused to discuss the re- port that he was about to resign, but intimated lhat he might have some- thing to say. Tt is that Mr. Prinsle iroutd bs willing to carry on under the original act governing control nnd distribution ol newsprint in Canada, should the. sovernment desire him lo do so, but that ho be relieved of any duty other than out- lined In .the act. ,lNewspapers Make Statement W1NXIPEO, Jan. a joint statement issued Ibis afternoon the three daily newspapers. Free 1'ress, Telegram, and Tribune, gave a re- sume of the newsprint situation. -After giving the output of the Fort Prances mill al 150 Ions a day and making a fci-cible Frances Pulp Mid Paper mills, should that measure be decided upon. The t-.vo cars of newsprint destined to He- Elna and Moose Jaw released by the minister of customs yesterday after- noon on Instructions' from Ottawa, nro still held at the mill, the company re- fusing'to handle them white the ex- port embargo remained in force. Meantime. J. L. McNlcol. represen- tative of the paper controller, is pre- paring lo take definite action to get possession of the paper at the mill of the company which adheres to its pol- iry of refusing to ship a sufficient, sup-1 ply to meet ail requirements. A sup-' ply of newsprint Is now stored nt the mills. threatened by one ot inn greatest fresh !an audacious request. Did lio not The recent! knov; that the humble though neccs- o sary Ingersoll watch was no longer i- ticketed at tho price which made It famous but, as a fashionable time- piece, bad got inlo Iho fashion prices and was now selling at With- out any demur, the would-be purchaser confessed to his ignorance and lo the fact that ho hail been living for some time outsido the haunts of civiliza- tion, and it did not take him long to produce the ?2.75 and with an apolo- Kellc air hand the sum over to the the first storey ot the houses. The jeweller for the watch, ilc wanted the rivers are still rising toilay. article, .and had the price on him in that the manufacturers are not tak- ing any more crtiers, as they have more than they can fill and do not know where they are going to get the raw produce for manufacture. Travellers who havo been accustomed to carry samples of dry goods to the value of arc now cut down to (1.600, at present prices, in that the samples cannot bo spared. More fcr a Hair Cut The nest item which is now boing considered in the way of lifting is the price of a hair cut from tho present one of 50 cents lo 75 cents. It is on tho cards lhat this will come into STEAMER IN TROUBLE HALIFAX, N. Un- ited Slates (shipping board steamer Oulldford reports by 'wireless from a position 135 niilos off Halifax that she r.aly.has enough, coal lo run'her with- in sixty, mlles.ot this she Ii leaking and needs assistance. A tug will be sent to her. The Gulldford is a steamer tons. She arrived at Norfolk on January .2 nnd is be- lieved to have Bailed with a cargo of chemicals for a trans-Atlantic port. effect shortly. at 25 cents wi present. The price of the shave l be stationary {or the Speaking ot watches, the. Elgin watches have gone up 25 per cent, in Canada, nnd those of Swiss make, 35 per cent. Hamilton retail grocers have formed an organization to fix the prices on all goods sofa by would in- vent something new to eat" you need BEECHAWS Fnxs. Even when digestion is foodLixxaoos are formed during pro- irritate mind as wdTas body. BEECHAITS Cuticura Soap The Shaving Soap MONTREAL STANDS HIGH IN CLEARINGS MONTREAL, Jan. his an- nual report yesterday, H. B. Kenwood, chairman of the Montreal clearing house; said that this city now holds ninth place among the clearing houses of the North American continent and in addition that Montreal's total In the year just ended comprised over 3S per cent of Ihe total business reported for tho entire Dominion. FAVORS PERMANENT .TARIFF COMMISSION A MAN MAY BE DOWN -BUT HE'S NEVER OUT MOXTHEATv, Jan. a meet- ing yesterday of Ihe chamber. of commerce a resolution was unani- mously carried in favor ot a pernian-j cat tariff commission and n boutn to" Canadian steamship lines. The prin- ciple of daylight saving was also en- dorsed without discussion. BACK TO THE DAYS OF RUFFLES HEARTBURN or heaviness after meals are moatannoying manifestations of acid-dyspepsia. Ki-MDIDS pleasant to take, neutralize acidity and help restore normal digestion. MADE BY SCOTT BOWNE MAKERS OF SCOTTS Sore Throat, Golds Quickly By Hnnlln's on Hamlin's Wizard Oil is a and eflccfhre Irealrnenl for sore thrcral anil chest colds Used as a gargle for sore throat i! brings quirk relief. Rubbed on the it will often loosen up a hard, deep seated cold in one night. How often sprains, bruises, cuts burns occur in every family, as nell as liltle troubles like car.iche, toothache, cold sores, canker sores, stiff neck, and tfred aching feet. Soothing, healing Wizard Oil will al- ways bring quick relief. Get it from druggists for 30 If not satisfied the bottle and tet your money back. Ever constipated or have sick headache? Just try Liver Whips, plesiant liltle pills, 30 imll. Guaranteed. These photos show London's lalcsl styles for men. One is u dinner jacket nnd tlio other phows :in oTd-Mmo cloak. In Ixitli casps liicc niffic.s arc worn, typlc'al [he "guoil old days." -So Says, The Salvation Army "LIFE'S REMNANTS ARE PRIZED RE-MADE IN AMAZING FASHION" RECONSTRUCTING BROKEN LIVES has been, and is, the chief office of the Salvation Army and no or- ganization has had more unqualified success in this service of maimed humanity. HOPE for even the Worst is the keynote of its message: the first principle of its creed; the spirit that ani- mates all its activities. HOPE for the HARDENED CRIMINAL as manifest in the Prison and Police Court Work so faithfully car- in Edmonton, Calgary, Lethbridge and Fort Saskatchewan. HOPE for the BESOTTED DRUNKARD enslaved by n vicious appetite, held by fetters stronger than steel. The Army has helped countless thousands to free- dom. HOPE for the DAUGHTER OF SHAME, whose hand the Army lovingly takes and leads to paths of pur- ity, happiness and home. HOPE for the CHILD OF'SORROW; neglected, abuse'd and helpless, the Army with amazing motherlove loves and cares for them for you. The HOME SERVICE CAMPAIGN TUESDAY, JANUARY 20th. Lethbridge Quota HEADQUARTERS! UNION BANK, COR. 5TH ST. AND 3RD, AVE., LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. LET THEM RENDER THIS LOVE SERVICE ON YOUR BEHALF ;