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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE DAHA' HERALD MARCH jim ib Annual Banquet in "Y" Gym. Will Have Attendance of Three Hundred A BRITISH COMPLIMENT TO POLAND At a t\MnK climax to tho Fnthor find Son wook bolns cotuhtol.cd by tlie bf.,-o' (Ii^p:-,rtr.'.Pnt cf Ihc Y.M.CA.. a I' ' ;iu:t \vril bo hold tonight in tho i:y Minium. KlaboriUo propivratuii'.?, , 1' rn made for this function, nnii (.1, .� ;:0'1 soats Imve lioou prepnrod iud th(_> iirrny ot tables. The fiym is losplcniient in its spoolal decora-tin;-.; tor tlip occasion. .Mr. Potloy bin hoys have .worked hard to put .I'iOBS Uio banquet In suporb style. "It's going to be a dandy,"'' say tho 1 ;iows. Tiio profcram for tho night, tho iiisht when fathors and .sons will i-.n-ike II;i ;�, closor, doopor chumship,, i; an attractive one. Tho ollicial pro-f.Mn Kivcn out by Mr. Petloy this r.Mirning lOllowi;; 1. Kiiv; .Song-Fathors ys. Sons; l.Ml by ^Ir. Goo. floniintc. 2. Chairmaii'.s AddrcBs-Mr. Alex Allken. 3. Toast to tho King-By Mr. .Tamie i>ciu'o;i. "God Savo the Kinf:." 4. Toast to tho Country-^By Mr. K. Church. "O Canada." Toast to "Our I~)ads"-By Mr. John Dcnoon. Koply, .ludge J. A. .lacUsnn. G. Ucadinp - "When Dad Was YoutlK," liy Mr- T. Ferguson. 7. Uanjo-Mandoliu Duet-"Tripoli" hy Messr.^. Win. Woir and R. Crozler. 5. Reading-"Dad," by Mr. Wm. AVpGtcolt. 9. Toast to "Our Sons," bv Mr. T. C. Rldpath. Reply, Mr. K. Farrow. lu Reading-"My Son," by Rev. T. D. Jones.. Potting tho "Red." -Dally Express, London. \ is lha causa j)f great suffaring ? from bockaohe, rhtumatism and R lumboeo. You can quickly sot y tho kidnoys right by using Dr. ji Chase's KIdnoy-Livor Pills. One u pill a dose. 25c.a box, alldoalors. 11. Band Selection, Selected, by Salvation Army Hand. 12. Address-"Father, Son Co," by Rev. C. H. SyUes, Central Methodist Church. Calgary. lo. Solo, Selected, by Mr. R. Croz-icr. accompanied by Mr. \V. Weir with uivulolo. 1-t. Toast to "Our INIotljers," by Mr. Wade Rldpath. Reply, Mrs. Chas. McKillop. lb. Solo-"A Boy'.s Best Friend is His .Mother," bv Mr. CJeo. Fleming. IG. "Blest Be the Tie That Binds." All join hands and sing. mmmmw Mr. E. C. Cranstoun. wife and son. of Xoblefnrd, have arrived In the ity fro!ii a vacation spent in tho Old Country. "It is well to he again in the West," .was tho way Mr. Crau-.stoun sums up his feelings on returning to tho prairies. Conditions' in England, he says, are not .such as to wake existence delightful there, with tlie labor unrest and the inclination which tho workmen have to throw up their tools and to arrest industry on the slightest pretext. The workers are out to keep and maintain the high wages paid during the war, and the unions are powerful in exacting their demands. He hod a narrow escape of missing tils passage back owing to the strike of tho signallers on the railway. Prices in England, says Mr. Cranstoun, are not in any way cheaper than in Canada, and in some things dearer. Butter, for instance, selling at 80c a pound and has come to be reckoned in the luxury class. He and his family also missed the Southern Alberta sunshine, with the very rainy weather they experienced. EFE N CALDWELL CASE Matrimonial Infelicity Getting Go�A Airing in Alimony During February Detroit plants hired nearly 18,000 men. Alter having been in tha witness box for over three days, Mrs. Baaete Caldwell, plaintiff In tho Caldwell va Caldwell matfimoninl suit, was released from the stand nt tho conclusion of her crosB-examlnation when tho court rose on Thursday afternoon. The case for the defence started on I^rlday. morning, with members ot the Cald*oir "family and others giving ovideuce. Tho court waa' taken to the scene ot the farm ot Mrs. Caldwell Sf., mother of tho defendant, on July 23rd last year, the day on which the final nipturo between the plaintiff and the defendant took place, with- all tho CaMwoll family, with the exception of a brother in California, present. A brother of the defendant, g:ving evidence, stated that ho and another brother came out of tho barn to be itresent lU: the open air family meeting and that Mrs. Bert Caldwell was in a very excited condition, making tho remark when ho appeared that here iwras another of the "low down coward family." She was told by her mollior-in-law, during the interview that took place, that if sUo could not keep her temper she would bo ordered off the premises. He did not agree with tho plaintiff when she said that all the family had need to be ashamed of the conduct of her husband, Bert. In regard to the expression as stated by the plaintiff, that his mother had told her that sho was a "big soft" to have remained with her husband, he said that what his mother did say was that If what she had related ot the treatment meted out to her by her husband were true she iwas a "big soft" to have lived so long with him. A hired man from Nova Scotia was called to give evidence that everything on the Caldwell ranch proceeded as is usual on a ranch and thst ho had been treated well by the defendant. A visitor to the Caldwell residence on the ranch, invited to supper by the defendant, spoke of a ruction when ho was there, in there not being sufflcient bread, and to the mother taking the part of the child, Esther, who refused to make some biscuits when asked by the father. The case is still proceeding. E. C. Fox ---- . -......A "Wlio-in an address to the Toronto Livestock Exchange .expressed tho view that none present would see Canada very ta^" advanced In tho breeding of cattle for either the home market or export. If the British embargo on cattle, were removed' somo-thing else would take Us place. . ? � "PROHIBITION AGENT ? WAS RUM RUNNER > > ? FARGO, N. D., Mar. 12.-R. B. Lea- dy, former acting federal prohibition agent in North Dakota, was sentenced to one jfear and one day lu Leavenworth federal prison today. Leady and two others were found guilty last night of conspiring to transport liquor from Moorehoad, Minn., to Sioux Falls, S. D. The first bread riot In Detroit in a decade took place recently. The police suppressed it. iThe People's Choice For Over 70 Years for digestive disorders has beea Beecham'sPills.Youcanhavecon� fidence in this remedy for biliousness, headaches, flatulency, constipation. Sluggish organs ars stimulated and the whole system benefitted by Y BEECHAM'S In b�se*, X8C.S0S. S�Ut . when is All Spring Overcoats and Raincoats and all.. . G. W. G. Bib Overalls .... '6^ Western King Bib Overalls, in blue ({?^ or blue stripe, iD^c i All Standard Black' Bib Overalls for Approved Spring Styles For Men and Young Men SuitsThatWere $35.00 and $45.00 We are Going to Sell Clothing This Year Without Profit For a starter we are offering 250 suits that cost to manufacture $27.^0 and $35.00. And they are the right suits, too. The styles are correct and linings and tailoring excellent. Every suit in the lot i$ �worth from $35 to $45. At 20% Off OBAHAO BIG DEFICIT Budget Speech Shows Balance of $460,0(10 on. Wrong Side -rNew Taxes "WnNNIPBO. Mar. 18.-(Can. Press.) -Ways and means ot raising now revenues with which to carry on tho work of tho province wore forecast In his budget speech in the loglslaturo today by Hon. Edward Brown, provincial treasurer. Those Included increased auto license fees, an increased tax on unoccupied lands dnd extension of the corporation's taxation act to Impose a tax ot one per cent, on gross profits of all Incorporated companies. NO hint was given of any Intention of imposing a provincial income tax. Whllo tho financial statement ap-t)Brently showed an estimated decrease in current expenditu'res for 1921 .ot $1,202;S0?, tho actual increase in consolidated expenditures for 1921 win bo $922,800 over 1920. This Is due to tho fnct that accounts ot the provincial telephone system have been eliminated from tho"budget and placed under a separate head. Expenditures for 1920 wore $10,-942,808. The year's estimates called for $10,123,667. The actual disflcit )n current expondltures over ievonho was $480,388. BstlmfttBs were-over-expended $819,141, and revenue lu-crenged by 647,000. . Mr. Brpwn Indicated that ho would endeavor to negotiate future loans in Canada rather than In the United States. He said the govornmont would continue to carry on extensions to th^ telephone system, the development of good roads, construction of hydro-olectrtc lines, farmers' loans and rural credits. The year's deficit was credited iii $138,000 expended In lighting grasshoppers, to Increases In widows' pensions and school grants ti,nd other im-expected items. A New "york young man peddled Russian rubles in the streets for $3 a thousand. He was fined for peddling without a lloense. Le Pas Dog Derby In iiifiiilc5^ is Che time to BuildL fuiuriB sturd3^ Toexi and womm* Babies need*^ EAGLE BRAND Condensed Milk PILES Tic not auIre^ another Oay v.-'th Itching. Bleeds InK, or Protrud Ing Piles. No .surglonl oper. atlou required. I Dr. ChMe's Ointment 'wUI rcUcvo you lit oih'o ' and afford iMting beuodt. cOc a box; all dealers, or Kdmaniton, Bates & Co., Limited, Xoroiito. Sample Box free I( you mention tnls nnoer and enclose Sc. stamp to.pay po^ago. The picture shows Mr. 'WintertDn. driver of tho winning team. Shave, Bathe and Shampoo with one Soap.- Cuticqra CaUeaf 8etHitl�tt�n J>if�r��f�tm�crrtnt