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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta CACiE TFN MtK HKRAUt SATURDAY, JANl'AHY Stud Poker Fiend Won't be Able to Bluff This NEW YORK, Jin. to- ward ailing touis Krohnbcrg, a wealthy els thing manufacturer, for or five timos the amount he U credited with hav- ing won rt siud poker, vvero taken today by Bird 8. Coler, com- of charltJci. The act'cn will brought under a statute which provides that charged with the care cf the- poor may bring suits for the tfnsfit of charity iicaimt who won In camct of to re- cover five times the sum of their The action taken after pub- lication of reports that poker for enormously sUkaj was be- tng played by men in the Broadway theatrical dlstrkt. NEW SUGAR ORDER WINNIPEG. Jan. IT.-A of a sugar order tiia retail- ers' price under Dilating conditions at sixteen cents a pound, has been re- ceived by Harry AVhitls, K.C., coun- t-el for Hio board ol commerce here. On Face, Very Sore and Itched. Did Not Sleep, Cuticura Heals, "When ray Hula niece two months old she had ccxema very badly on her face. It was of n moist kind, end took a blister form, end was very. sore. It itched, making her fice feel hot, nnd she would badly. She did not sleep well nights, "A neJf-'hbcr- recommended Cutl- cunv EO got ihem.cnd one cake of Soap nnd two boxes of Ointment her." (Signed) Mtes -2I1U G. Stodcard, R. F. D. 3. Randolph Ccniie, Vt., March 10, Make Culicaia Soap, O intment Tftlcumyourdalty toi Soap Z5c. 25 Me. Sold thimisbtyJllheDoni'nion. Can Depot: SL St. Hs Iiad to be out at his work but he didn't have to sneeze and syufHa very long. He took the jar of MentHolatum and nibbed some inside and outside Kis nostrils when he went to'bscL He soon breathed freely again and slept well all night. i The cold gone HCAUNO wenmolatum cnapped Kinds and cracked and The Unit NUIK far LIHlc. lilt" Sir John' Eaton UJlMMISTO ORGANIZE f Honarar? Colonel 3ir Joha Eaton, K.IL vboie appointment to Use Cuiadlnn Pacltlo Hatlvrij Company's diructorals Uae teen Just an- nounced. Is best known to the mass ol the American public as president ted docilnaat perBOnali'.y-ol the T. Enton Co. Ltd. of Toronto and Winai- tho larsost dercrtmeatf.! Institution of the Dominion, (or vrhlcrj bis father, lap late Tteolhji Eaton, fifty yoira afc-o laid the foundation. In official circles Sir Join 15 even better knowu aa probably the foremost Canadian In civilian co-operatloa u'ltb [he forces of government during the war period.. Ant] la the realm of trade- he leads as an exponent o! scientific wlille at Uio same tiuio recognizing tbe huulau in tae labor factor. Sir John KM born In Toronto April 23. 1S76. receiving bia education In tlio public schools ol bis native city and Upper Canada He .hegap MS.commercial career with.his father's growing establishment, the business ol which lias more than doubled la volume under bis administra- tion, his Individual torcslEtit leading to Ihe opening of Ihe Western liousa at -Winnipeg In 1905. nnd tho Moncton, N.B.. outpost thla past seasoa [a cddltloi to being president of lie T. Eaton Co.. he Is director of the Domla- loa Dank, the Canadian National Ritiibiliou Assocto.ioa. and Wellesley ncspltal; a member of Iho Senate of Victoria College. Toronto; an honor- ary governor, trustee and member of the Finance Committee of the Toronto General Hospital: a member of the Toronto Doarel of Trade and of Canadian Manufacturers' Association; also one of Canada's besl known clubmen and siwrtsmen, to' naine V. Jacbon chairmau and J. A. Ijlilxat SMrytary, onipowcrod to gather ull and lubmlt It to a mooting