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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta AYKDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY Premier Seeks To Control Source Of Liquor Supply VANCOUVER. Nov. an elec- tion manifesto Issued today, Hon. John and Liberal lead- er, deals with what la a general way 'will be of act, lu-connection'with the sale of liquor and what are the government's gen- eral plans. If elected .on December 1 regarding financial and railway ques- tions. Other matters dealt with aro.taxa- tion, loaus, industrial development, laud setUemepl and the treatment of returned soldiers. The manifesto says: "In tbo opinion of rthe'administration, to secure ef- fective control liquor traffic It will to apply to the Dominion parliament for legislation under which "the provincial govern- ment would have effective authority to control tb6 sources of supply, to the of the provincial statute. "This jmjgested control might be obtaUted in one ot severs I different ways, but the.principle which should govern should be tbe one which would cause the least disturbance to legiti- mate business, at the same time ob- taining the maximum efficiency of iitrcl. "The idmlnlBtration Is also of the opinion, that the sale of malt and spir- ituous liquors to boys and girls under the age ol 21 should be entirely pro- hibited." Cost Loss of-Many lives An- nually Among the People' of India N'BW and mper- rtitlon cosi many lives annually In India. This was the statement of Dr, Anna Degturing of the Woman's American c-itent necessary to prevent sucli sour- Soclety ces of supply eelne.made a base from rTJ itiit returned here on a i return eanere, on a 3 RECOUNTS PROGRESS" OF LABOR IN WEST H. Hoop, 1nternatior.nl organ Izer and velaran labor lender of Win- nipeg, who receutly told how the trades union-movement has develop- ed during the lait fifteen ycari, which jiquor could be.oblained In coni "'Cough Loosens Right Up Ipopie-mnde rtinrdr U iron- Her lor Mulfr.s itturi, and curniily u O f liurc.is n home-made syrun which mil- -liwia tif -people fotind td be tlie dependable of breaking up- coughs.: is cheap nnd simple, but very, in action, its liCulinSr southingr" sore- tic.--.? be- Oi'lr.cs cjiBicr, in throat stops and yon ret u jjood iiiaiit's restful slscp. TUij IJ.U21 Ihroilt cheat colds arc con- by it in Ei lioura or less. Nothing for bronchitis.'hoarseness, croup, brcathta! asthma or >vin- -.'10 cnlcniliti couylt syrup, cf into n IG-oz. tho bottle with, plain FrawiiiUcdlf.urr.r GynTCi nnd shake tlior-' fcurhlyy !7f'- ycii prefer, 'rtja ft'.clciEcs, nirn syrup, instead Eyrup. riiiicr you get 10. family much coitali syruV than you could buy rtaily-riuuh' Keeps perfectly and children.lovo its piewwnt taste. I'inex is n special ami highly concert- Norway for _ To avoid '.dUapp'oifiifmcnt _asV your 'full don't accfcpi any. re firailcd; The Toronto. Ont. Bronchitis is generAUV caused bv iietlci.cfiug it cuW, or exposure to we nnd (nclenieiit .weather. It-begins with a 'tightness across the chest, dlf ilculty Jri breathiug, and a wheezing comps from the lungs. .There is a especially thegenriDS. happens on he day'that one' sneeze- ure to turnout ill. and the Indian will' enter upon no" undertaking of mportance on such a.day.1-.Many of ur patients .have refused 16 have .Du- rations on which, their lives flepend- d on the day that had been arrang- because ..they happened to neeie. that even to hear omcono else sneeze." Indian belief In auspicious days Is uother In the path of the nejical missionary tiere. ;Dr. De: ;enring said.- Soon after an Indian hili is bornrtie soothsayer reveals o the family jricky star and its ucky days. Indians who fall 111 or ire hurt In an accident persist In waiting for their "auspicious days be- ore sending for a doctor. The Indians, .the physician cxplaln- id, attribute epidemics to the wrath it .various goddesses of 111 health, add- ng "there is a goddess of malaria'knd a goddess of goddess, in act of every recurring Though they believe In goddesses, hey are'hard to convince-cGHcarnlng ierms and they have no idea of quar; Burma Too Exacting For the Would-Be Husbands of Daughters PAGENINB WOULD-BE CHOICE. rip Happiiy Us Began To Oniwi ST., Huix, P. Q. "Fora year, I suffered with Rheu- ntaiistH, being forced to stay ia ix-d. for fire iuoaths. I tried all kinds of mediclnfc irith6ut relief and thought I would cerer bo able to nalk again. One day'while lyinff in bed, I ctoat "J-'ruit-a-liya" tlio great fruit medicine; and. it scemcxl just what i Deeded, so I decided to try it. Tfte Mftd me, and I took the every trace cf the, ilheumatism left roe.'1 XORENZO LEDITC. At dealers 'or tent postpaid by Limited, Ollswa. LLOYD GEORGE CAN'T GET AWAY LONDON, Nov. Associated been no confirmation of the report that Premier LToyd George will shortly visit Canada. The Caha- dlan Is Informed (hat the premier Would certainly ap- preciate an cpportuhtty'-of mak- Ink the visit, It'was tbvlousty Im- possible In the present stile cf af- fairs to make a definite arrange- ment or promise for the future. In this colony lu W4. Under tlie document' New- foundlaud would bs entitled to ands of square miles of the interior of the Labrador peninsula in, addition to the coast. 'PLANES.RUSH.MEN TO 'FIGHT FOREST "FIRES IN u. s. NEW cost of wives las Increased In the far-off Chin Hills if Burma where they1 are obtained on, he down" plan. Men monlally Inclined' are demanding sferyicOhqwSjj'An aerial observer er and easier terms from their pros..! spotted its blaze in pectlre fathers-in-law, who are coni- pcnsated for. the loss of their daugh-i' another fire .in. the ers' labor, declares a report by Hev-. 'Planes pICKed'up the fire-fighters in er'end'J. Herbert Cope, representative lhl> Merced zone an of the Baptist Foreign Mission Society I tbo -ff at Haka three- Jiourp, says the report "This year a lively discussion grew? Hre lighting nersonnel was .on .ntlne for contagious )egeurlng said. diseases, .Dr. TOOK 17 YEARS TO DELIVER POSTCARD postcard mailed 17 wis delivered; recently 12 iilea: from the place where it was dropped in: s .The man who sent It received it, having ncq.ulred [he position formerly helS iy.tne orig- inal, addressee': O'Keefe, the sender, was sur- veying the'.Harlein': River In Septom the department 3ne evening he sent the card report Ing bin work, to the superintendent: Later, .O'Keefe, through a series qi superintendent'cii When the postcard ended its prolonged travels several days wag delivered to him Head of Canadian Commis- sion of Conservation -.'WASHINGTON, Oct. forest patrols.in .California were able recently, to'reach the scene of a fire ,ifortj--ava hoafs! sooner .than had they by train and pack mule, a States army air Vere In fighting out of the FEs'dlntion that selling of- daughters ,the: report contin- ued. "Tho custom has grown into an abuse. Men are. demanding more and more until a. young'chai) who marries joes frightfully into debt which he Is Major-General Leonard'- -Wood, vhom thb for he VJitlUAl States'presidency declares ue will If elected. PICK BU6HEL-OF BEST APPLES YOURSELF FOR FIFTY CENTS. citizens are journeying Into, the country these days getting their winter's supply of apples. Owing to the abund- ance of .the cropland, the scarcity of pickers and containers, the farmers are unable to take care low. prices on the trees. Prices of it, and are offering the fruit at as low as 50 cents per bushel are quoted in some instances for tha best qualities. Windfalls are sell- Ing for 25 cents per years liquidating. And, if'while pay- the job flghllrifrthe flames, whereas, had they proceeded by train and pack mule, 4S hours would have been con- sumed. "The day wilUcome when men and equipment will b'a carried by airships to the scene'1 of-fire, both m'en and Ing'slowly 'wife, 'the' 'husband ''einlpmentV dropped by parachute, incurs the auger of her father, the whlle rain down fire daughter is promptly called home and extinguishing .chemicals from above. in some cnses sold'to. another man. We have been trying to get.them to reduce the charges." to induce the natives to foi- low the customs, of white .men are be- CAPTAIN WITH NEGLIGENCE PROVIDENCE, :R. I., Nov. United'States inspector ol steam ves- Ing made. in educational institutions .here has brought Charges of negli- opened In these districts eence, viplationvof rules Biggins, master of theilsfeamer-. Cape: Fear, which sank :ih- on Friday nlgbt.-iwItH-aMoBS pt--lv-lives of the New World OSIovement'.of them. Baptists, Dr. .Cope said. after- colliding Gity of of line. the: tha >3teaniship Savannah James White, nead of Crinaainri Commission of whose activities have produced much predated benefit to Canada, AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK and IMPLEMENTS On the S.W. Quarter'of Section 12-9-20, W. 4th One Mile and One Mile South of .COMMENCING AT 1 Orey Colnlfig, 7 ycara old, 1350 fba.; i Bay Oeldlns, 1400 Ibk; 1 Oroy Oeldlng, 1400 1 Day Gelding, 1300 Ibs., 4 years; 1 Grey Ihs., J years; 1 Bay Mare, 1200 Iba., 4 years; 1 Orey Ibs., 8 yeirs; 1 Black Mare, 1100 Ibs., 8'years; 1 Soirol Mare, 1100 rl Yearling Gelding; 1 Cow anil Calt; 1 Overshot Stacker; 2 Hull Rakca; 2 Hearing Mowers; 1 McCormlck Mower; 3 Wheel Hakes; 1 Massey-Harrla S fl.i iMcC'or- mlck Hinder, S ft.; 1 Hamilton Disc Plow, 8-bollom: 1 Great West Caiig Plow, 1 John Gang Plow, 14-in.; 1 Sulky Plow. .Inhn Deere, 3 Work Jlamesa; 1 Bundle Rack; 1 Wagon; 1 Engine Double. Disc, 10-ft; 1 Single Disc, S-tl.; 1 Wood Harrow, 5 section a; 2 Tunnine Mills; Z Orlnd Stones; 1 Van Drum Dla.o Drill, IS; 1 Broarlcatt Seeder. 2 Ford Cart 1 Titan Tractor 10-20 up t0 cash. Amounts over cash and Ihe balance secured by approved rrotc maturing 06t. fat, 1921, to p.er cent, discount for cash on credit amouhn. PETER LaVALLEY, Auctioneer Caro Dpweloy Land Agency, JOSEPH KOORCHENKO, Owrier. Immense Tracfs of Pulp Timber Bring On Old Agitation in Isiand Counlry ST. JOHN'S, N. P., Oct. surveys of Labrador -which have disr, closed immense resources of limber; iiitable for pulp Und pfipuf manufac- ure have led to a revival of efforts o bring about n determination of the Boundary line between Newfoundland and the Canadian province of Quebec; This line has never been laid down ty actual survey nnd its various defin- tlons as given In documents issued it Intervals In the last century and it lalf are so vague V.iat government of- icials do. riot' konw how much of Labrador belongs to Newfoundland and how much to Canada. That Labrador Is rich in many nat- ural resources, Including 'enormous watcrpower, has long been known, mt.the practicability of utilising its 'crests for. paper making was not demonfsratcd until the world-wide iaper'shortage led lo exhaustive in- vestigations of tho territory. This resulted In applications by promoters o tho Newfoundland government for Umber limits In Labrador. As those not be acted upon until it was letermlned whether Newfoundland owned the land In Question, represent- atives of tiifs colony were sent to Lon- don laa In the summer to discuss with eminent Kngllsh counsel thfi pre- parations of a formal -draft of New- foundland's Labrador claims as op- posed to those of Canada. The coast of Labrador was annexed lo Newfoundland in 1763. Ten years later, owing to dlfiicullles arising put of grants made to a number of per- sons under tho French rule, it wafi changed to Canadian Jurisdiction. In it was again transferred to New. foundland and has since been attach- ed to this colony. The difficulty arises over different Interpretations of tho words "coast of Ono view Is that Xew-' foundland can claim only the coast between Blanc Sabion nnd Cape Chid- ley. with perhaps a mite Inland, nnd that ihe rest of Labrador belongs lo Canada. As defined In the letters patent constituting tho office of Gov- ernor of Newfoundland, the boundary was deacrihed ns n line drawn hc- twc'rn Plane Sahlon nnd Capo Chldley. which would pass through .the ocean In .rorlnln sections null large nroaa of the coast to the westward of the lino and Ihcriiforo not nndor New- fountllaiid jiirii-dkliitn. Many Newfoundland (jlTtciajs hold lo Ihe vlr.w that the correct dcllnlalton was tnailo in o paper issue.-! FEd. 1ST9 I Vapar Treatment for and Col fit Tbe'time for Vapfr-Crwolcnc at'thc fireV ndieationot ft cold or tare throat. It is Eifnpta o iiee, you just light Ifce little CicBunrlla'Bau P13C8 1 1 near the KM. Tho BOOlhin? vapor maVef ircatfaiag rcUcvcs the eases the and congestion, end prolccta n Itccommcnded for Wkeoprat Ccc'fV Ctbnt and CreeoTcce haa been uecd for past 4.0 The IwceSt is unqGr tlonable.- Send I deicriptiTelioolilct. SDLO cnuoaiiTa VAPO.CU50LENE CO., Milo To Cure a Gold in One Day Take f Grove's Laxative Bromo Quinine tablets Popular all over the for Colds, Grip and Preventive. World as a remedy Influenza and as a Be sure its Bromo The.genuine this signature Price 30c. Beuralgic Pains eiva Way to Soothinj WixardOlt _ Hamlin's Wizard Oil U a Eire, simple acd effective treatment lo? b.olh headache and neuralgia. in the pain is, it cases the_ tortured nerves, and almost in- Jvariably brings quick relief.. Keep supply on hand. Oil is dependable '.preparation to have in the medtcire chest for first aid when the doctor may be far away. Its healing, anti- septic qualities cairaiways.be re- lied upon as a preventive against infcctioii, or other serious results, from sprains, burns, bites and stings. Just as good, too, for sore (cct, s'liff neck, frost bites, cold'sorcs sores, flse billli SSc. If you arc troubled wllh constipatio or Bfck lif .Hamlln'g >vttAi .Liver Vr Mpi. Just lltttft Dln r -pills at e for i n Eases Quickly When You Apply a Little Musterole, And Musterole won't blister like the old-fashioned mustard plaster, 1 just spread It on with your Dngera. It penetratesfo the-sore epot with a gentle tingle, loosens tho congestion and drama out tho soreness and pain. Mustcrole 19 a clean, white oint- ment made with oil of Mustard, it Is fine for quick relief froni sore throat, bronchitis, stiff neck, aothma, neuralgia, headache, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, ba0o, pains and aches (it the back or blains, frosted feet, colds on the chest, NolhinglikeMusterole for croupychil- dicn. Kesp it hiuiny for instant use. THE BllNG POWER OF YOUR Is increased 25 to 50 per cent, by g etting in on these REALPRKE AT UNLOADING ftfl. ..p3O.Uu MEN'S SUITS Cut to'-the core.' Keg. Reg. Suit- Sale Reg. Sale............ Keg. ?60.00 Suit- Sale Ileg. Suit- Sale MEN'S OVERCOATS Ot real qualities, at prices you cannot get away from. Reg. 335.00 Aft Reg. 5 J 0.00 ft ft Reg. 515.00 ftft Sale Ileg. CjXIft ftft Hcg. nn Rng. ftA Sale....., MEN'S MACKINAWS Are sclilng. fast, but wo still have a good range left. Regular Sale MEN'S PUR COATS- These are extra bargains. Just the thing for hard wear. Black dogskin and china lienv- Kpgnlar Bain......... COAT SWEATERS Why nrit KCt ono whllo you eavc money. o AA Sale IJORillar Kale .py.OU Kale licgiilnr Snlo MEN'S WORK PANTS Good qualities, in stripe tweeds. Regular up to pair. Sale, fff MEN'S "LEATHER' VESTS That good "Acme" vest; knitted wool collar. Reg- ular ?23.60. Oft Sale UNDERWEAR ..Fleece lined combina- tion unrlerwear, Pen- hiakQ, all Wool fleece..- Kegular- prlca .Sale, -I r suit MEN'S WORK SHIRTS A heavy grey shirt that will sure give you wear. Regular 33.50.' 9C Sale, each PULLOVER SWEATERS All wool, .in nice Cf.ni- binatiop colors. Regular price '67kAC Sale..........V MOLESKIN' Orey atriiic work pants. A great wearer. "it. PA FLANNELETTE 'NIGHT SHIRTS Good heavy weight, In strlne nml plain white. Regular ir Sale, each WORK GLOVES AND MITTS ami unllned, in mulcskin, liorsehlile ami peccary hog. Hcgular nn Sale, pair ....ipLiv liegiilar in Kale, pair ____ liogiiliir 52.00. oft pair Regular 52.50. (f AA Sale, uafr ____ Regular In Sale, pair MEN'S ODD PANTS For rtresfl wear, neat stripes, in tweeds and worsteds. Regular Sale Regular ?9.00rT Sale'...- Regular Sale, pair Regular Sale, pair Regular- Sale, pair MEN'S RAINCOATS rJIeavy rubberized feweed, patterns and a guaranteed garment.' Regular Sale Regular Sale Regular Sale Sale GAUNTLETT MITTS imitation'fur gauntlet mitts, rubber interlined and roomy cuff. Regular 4? 8fl Regular Crt Sale MOCHA GLOVES :ANDMltTS Wool in grey, and Regular' ftft Ilcgular Sale Regular Sale MEN'S SOCKS .Men's grey wool and black cashmere socks, at big savings. Rcifiilar A Sale, pair Regular Sale, pair Regular Sale, pair Hegular Halo, pair ____ HeBular Sate, pair Regular 60o- Sale, 3 pairs for. OC- O3C CC-, 03C U.UC if .TTdC tl rtft STH STREET SOUTH THAELL LETHBRIDGE ;