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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta nVKLVE THE 1 certainty, however, thai decision means that the wholesale liquor bslsi- i ness will rt'Yr-rt to the old birder of thinss. Province Will Appeal KDMONTON. July attoruej- jgeueral's department will enter an au-( I iteal in supreme court of Canada! j asiiqitt the decision of the Alberta i pelate court iu the 'Jtild Seal l.tuuor' .1 Export case, li to ibs iatcctioa ot ths Decision of Supreme Court to carry the case, It 110- Received With Rejoicing i u> By Exporters. "CAljGAHY. Jul> :.-Tlie apiielnte K civiSiuu of ,tlie supreme cowl have li hold that the legislation by the the import'iato anil e-iport out cf Al- berta of liquor is vires of the liowers of the local house. i The court divided after' h'earin; ihs arguments A. H. rturVv, K. 0., for I'ue attorney-, general; G. A. Walker. K.C. for ILe t Express company, and A. A. JlcGilltvray. K.C. for (he Hold Seal Liquor compauy, and llie case was re-; argued on Wednesday in Kdmomou before Hon. Mr. Jiutice Hymitnaii. v-ho has handed doVu agreeing with the findings Considers Board of Commerce' Incident Is Hoard Good Thing. WINNIPEG. July A. Kobsou. a decision K.C., fonoer chairman of the Board of i .......-c- of -Junices Commerce, announced to the Canadian j Beet and Ives that the act is heyoud Press tbls morning that, parliament the powers of the local house prorogued, he taw no necessity 1 The decision ot the appelate court. far carrying oat his intention of pro-j i-as received with rejoicing by lite ceding to Ottawa 10 take up there the liquor interests iu Talsary loday. Kor Murdock cuntroversy. the past Ivi-o weeks the various whole-, said Judge Robson. dale MQiiur men have been "making "there was a dispatch from Ottawa in- time" though lliey had taken the pre- dkallng Ihe certainty of an inquiry 'edition to have revised price lists'Into the extravagant charges msde rexdv for raailiug's'h'ould Ih'e'decision 'against -ministers and myself in re-1 be sped to the Board of Commerce. 1'ar- The Blocks bf rfqiiof 'wlili-h were on'' tiament.-vviVlhen sitting apd it appear- i hind When the closing order cirne 'ed'would.not 1, Into effect remain Intact In re-' Intimated my taU-utiou of leaving for spective warehouses, while huge Ottawa'. 1 hud cot been la commuui- quantities are roady at Winnipeg for) cation with the government and had; immediate shipment to Calgary to j no.Idea they were doing or were meet the expected DMTJ domaud. going to do. pivernment, ai The decision of Ihe court means everyone now knows, put Its foot down that importation 'of liquor into the on tht whole- business and officially I prorlnce will be ccatiaued as before j It right there. I tho recent legislation. Hundreds of: "The authority to whom, and to j orders for points In British Cclumhia whom aloos. was r-esoousible. hav- j and are in the hands j ing terminated the matter I do; of local wholesalers, and the neit few uothlnl further. j days will doubtless he busy.ones in "This entirely different from th'BJ J question of the merits of the lejrlsla- An Edmonton Story lion. 1 have never, as has been false- Frazier Liksly to Capture Republican Nomination, N.D. KAHGO. K.U.. l.ynn J. frailer, Nsa Partisan League late lust night gradually nit down the Icaj held bv Lanscr. ludfveTsilent candidate for the Kepublicair gubernatorial nomination in Wednesday's prliusry. Early in de.v linger had a lead of niore than but ihU was grad- ually cut down during the With about 500 pVecfiicts of S.064 yet to rejioH. the stood, Frailer The r'a.rgo.K'orum which supported t! in an. extra Ute last night de- dared frazlcr would likely capi'ir? the nomination. FRENCH LADY TENNIS CKAMPJON WiMBLEBOX; KnglMd. July SuJanne i l.easlen. o( France, the British' iltle- holder, defeated ilrs Uuibert t'hani- j hers, of England, winner of -the finals j In Ihc ladies' singles, in the challenge- j round for the British lawn tennis championship in tho ladles' singles, played iiere today. Mile. won Iu slralsot sets. C-3, 6-0. Cuas. S. Garland. Pittsburg. and it. Norris Doston. defeated liantM. Johnfiion. San Will. T. Tllden. Philadelphia, in 'the semi-finals of the nien's doubles. WANT CANADIAN COLORS FOR MONUMENT LONDON, June 30 As- svcialed cherish the hope that some day the govern- ment will send up a couple of colon for the uerpctua.) adornment of moauttput in memory of the many we Lout there for.ihree yeare. Ourtug all (hat liine they were of ueyer-en.dlnf delight and to every soldier-visitor at well aj to our crowds-" Thui the dean of Weatmlu- tter in an which is receiving raucb publicity today., for a quarter of a million pounds ftterllng to save.West- ITS UNWISE to pat off duty until to- morrow. If take (bf new eld to dictation contort today. A pleMiut relief tram the discomfort of HADE BY SCOTT MAKERS OF SCOTT S EMULSION miuster Abbey torn falling into de- cay. Ihe. king has subscribed a thousand vouuds aud the'queeu 500. U thfc niout hU- loric. sscreil building til the empire-Is iu danger of entering' upon a phase of strkictural de- adds the dean. CALGARY MERCHANTS PAY LUXURY TAX CALGARY., July total am. outit of luxury tax paid Into ,tUp office ot the inland revenue t'o partitfeut by merchants the period ended June 30 einounu K Fill your caddy with LANKA In compliment to your to do true justice to your hos- serve Lanka when you gather for tea. Each cup erribodies the perfection of fla- vor achieved through skilled Wending of Ceylon's finest gro'wths. AVM. BRAID Vancouver, Canada i'iinide, Hasebail-.-and Football Tourneys and Boxing Match Are the Features.. hy go'verumdrit inaWhg Questionably within federal Jurlsdic- the Inipprtalteri and ejpor'tstion of !i-'tion. but th.'.fair prices psrt shbnld. riuqr li the province bt Albsrta illegal n certRiul.v exempt originat has been finally, settled-in the supreme court. "Mr. Justice, concurs In th'e findings of justices Beck'and production. The of arracallns with combines 1 thlnX. tonstituttonally uniEsail- public .-service. 1 do not attempt to for'c'e i Willin but i haTe'alwarB been 1P discuss the economic pol- icy -will? th'oBB'-iiclInea to utfsojemperately. TherpVeBent-policy of.the'fair prices parti the welfare cannot be -ignored." CALGARY Ires'and dedared the snd In the hands of men Judicial vires of the powers of the in temperament, should ba of Tfie'action.brought by the Calgary hbncetn against the Dominion for refuiing to carry liquor has been. biUerly' .contested .in. the AlbflrU: courts? --The. appelafe tha supveirie courl at on 'tltejques'tkm, Chief "JnsUce' Harrs'y and (Mr-i Justice Stuart'holding that the Bict was quite within the'powers of the -house.wtoile Justices Beck and Kesyheld [ .was beyond tha pow- ers'" of the house.. V case.': jcas :re-. argypd In thV'Kdmonton- court before the Justice Hyndtnan. the point at issiie h'eitie c.pnfiued the -of Ibe 'constitutionality.'' of tlie ncl. A. A. McaillivraT. ap- peared for'the Odld SeftI Liquor com- with G.-K. for the Kxpresa snd A. li: Clarke, K.O.. tor the attorney-sen- jerars departmenL NoUvilhstaTWi.vng the ruling of. the appelate decision .the padlocks--are still.on tight onithe doors of the liquor warehouses in i every city'and town in the province. H is regarded aj a July t.- has'tpeen ajreed .that- the Tyagea en- gaged--inrbuildi5B: be increased from 75 cents to Jl.OO ah hour; also that wages of brlcklay- aiid :plaBterers ?Bha31 be hour. r -Von CHICAGO' MI LK- PRICE 'ADVANCES CHICAGO, June in Chi-, cago will advance, one cent a quart to 15 dairymen- announced to- day. Higher' wages, increased1 cost of Teed and general increase in all ex- p'enaei; in'ade advance necessary, the dairy-companies announced. Dominion v (Superior Corn Flakes) Delightful in taste Substantial in Food value Convenient- Economical Sold Jby Grocers Msde by Canadian Postum. 'Windsor, Ontario. rERXlU." JB.C.. July Day passed off here, very quietly so far I as any disorder was concerned, (he town was never so crowded withf visitors. Kvery hotel and rooming house In the town had to turn uway people and many private humes were filled with visitors to take in the Wg program of snorts. j Business houses were decorated and j the display bf decorated cars in thej parade was a fine one. .Inspector', Juugets' car bore .on' the :pri2e in this line though there were many, close! pis or seven' hundred school were Iu the marching column was headed by the'R. K W. 51. P. and the clty-bantl.. -No accidents have been reported ex- cepting car. which went over an embankment last ntghl near MorrisEey.- .The long list of sports'contirsts were- gone through without a hitch and the people had their money's that line. Baseball' Eernie vs. w.on by a score'of 9 tp-C. 'Fernle vs. again. 1'2 -to The-.besi" game of-the that Tinning, byJmaliing fpiif .tallies riri the fourth inninp to Wycl'lffe's one; In the secontl and Fernie; registered ajjainst Baynes' In' the ihe ground Of playing aBarDStra'pr6fOf5ion- al battery. An eihibllioh'sarno result- ed In which Bavnes deleated Feroie, 4 to 2.- Kastner: were the empires for the .day. Football The football contest for tho beauti- ful Graham cup was'a'h exciting one from start to finish. Coal Creek defeated Crahbrook byc a comer; then Colenian defeated Coal CreeV, one to Pemio did 'Ih6 :trick in with Trail by the same score.' 'The final b-etwcon Fernle and Coleman was won'by the Fernie Victors, and the cnp and inedals become ihn properly of the Fernie team. The three bonts at boxinir did not prove lo be the draw- ing card lhat the management harl hoped for, and the.lersding number.nn the card was ralhef 'disappointing In HE ..lameness, McCarly winning over Hums on a the end of tho fiftednlh round'.-The second event was more spirited, and P.ete won the de- cision in the ten-round bout. Tlie prc- limlhli'ry was a rough and tumble scrimmage which the referee decideil lo bo a 0. Ij'.ndsay. of Cranhrook; was Ihe referee in the two niaih conlests. 8EIZE SINN FEIN RIFLES DUni.lN. July Vice yes- terday seized 500- rifles' and a.'largc. qnanlity of ammunition in the Stralno- lar district of Donegal. INTERNATIONAL ;UR SERVICE SBATTLB, June sanc- tion Tor, hydro-airplane matl Rervic-e between Seattle anil Victoria, the first internaUiiiuil :iir niTill service In X'jith America wavreceUed today from' Otto Praeser, seronil at Kdward Mrtlnilli. superintendent .of aerial, mail sorvice in Hie nurtliwesl. tefL tud.-ty for 111', to niafc? finiil rLrrntiKcrnoTits with ('an adian puftlal aulhorlties. We Will DIP YOUR CATTLE on July 5 6 All cattle convenient to our dip In Town.'hip 8, will bo dipped on July 5, and all fn .Township 9 on .Tuly 6, Come early. Phone R1008 G. 0. KERR POSITIVELY NO DIPPING AFTER TUESDAY, JULY 6 ELWELL KILLED BY MAN I HE DOUBLE-CROSSED j VOI1K. .lime Klvvcll, turfmau anil whiat Rxpei't. riuii to death in his home here on .filne ).l. was slain a mini who i Ijolieveil IIP 1ml hoen i in a tnnifcficticin, was laid he- ford District Attorney Swan today. NEOATIVfi HOME RULE PLAN FOR _____ l.OS'DON, .luiy (Canndlnn house of lords yesterday, without a the fleciond reading nf the- nmtluii r.f I.qrd .Monleagle's hill intcnildd. to offer rlotninion rulo to Irrlnnd. THiS WEEK ONLY AT THE STORES BELOW A 10-Day Tube on 'Shows That You Don't Clean These Facts All Stdlemtnls Approved by High Denial Authorititi nr This is to tnen and women who find that brushed teeth discolor decay: Who find that tartar form's, or pyorrhea starts. You are not keep- ing teeth clean." Youleta filtn remain and the damage is traced to it. Dental'science has fcund.a way to'end film. nowembodied in a dainty tooth paste .which millions are emploj'ing. -We urge you to trjr it ten days at pur.cost and for yourself. That Film on Teeth Can Now Be Ended in This Way i You catTiee! on your teeth a slimy film, ever-present, ever-forming. That film is the great tooth wrecker. Dental science now traces nearly all- tooth troubles to it. The film'clirigs to the teeth, gets between1 the .'e'jjtprs .crevices and stays. The not end it. The ordinary dentifrice does not dissolve it. So millions find that teeth discolor decay despite the daily brushing. Why Teeth Discolor That film is what, discolors the teeth. It is the basis of taitar. It holds food substance which ferments and forms acid. It holds "the acid in contact with the teeth to cause decay. Millions of germs breed in it. They, with tartar, are'the: chief cause of pyorrhea. Dental science, after years of searching, has found a way to combat film. Many able authorities have proved its efficiency. For five years it has been subjected to every sort of clinical and laboratory test. Now, for home use, it is embodied in a dentifrice called Pepsodcnt. Leading den- tists all ovcr'Arherica-'arc now urging its adoption... .This week, we offer a JO-Day Tube to anyone who asks. And we urge that someone in every home prove its unique effects. N Baaed on Pepsin Pepsodent is'based on pepsin, the diges- tant of albumin.' The film is albuminous matter, The object of Pepspdent is to dis- solve it, then