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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EUiHl' FRIDAY, NOVKMBKR CANADIAN MILLERS THE TRANSFORMATION IN THE ONTARIO LEGISLATURE "OLD HOOSf- U Nor. for further bsrrels ol Ilojr have given lo Its nilllins companies. to dtrideU proportionately- The orders were jlven by the Can-' wheat board on bchslf o( Grsitl Ilritaln and European countries. with the previous contract [or MO mute a loial (or Ihi' lo date of 1.TOO.OW. The con-1 tracts are for snrjng wlioit snrl quolitioas are at S10.E5 a bsrrel I In Jule bajs. delivered 11 (bo sea- board np to Doc. 15. The now business handea out to lie milling companies anounls. ac-j cording lo the figures jlven lo 005. i 1 KEY1 o O 0 o C3 CD i JUJ.Qaim.WPft XCOKSJ3 UBS.O SOLDIER. KEEP STRONG One bottle of pure, emulsified medicinal cod- liver oil taken now, may do you more good than a dozen taken a month hence. .It's more eco- nomical to give your body help before resistance to disease is broken down. A very little t SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE MEDICINAL COD-LIVER OIL goes a lonf way in sustaining strength and keeping up resistance. Reioloe .that you will.buy a bottle of Scott's yoar 'druggitt't on your way home, and f tart protecting .your ttrengtk, It't you atk for. J Wife of New Yorit Public School Principal Boufhl 'Em on IngUImcnt Plan XEW lie eiperlence of Mrs. Emilia K. Hess, wife of a pub- lic school principal. Is any Indkalton- thc price o! shoes Is going up.np.up. Hess coDlracted for a pair of shoes last July, paying f200 depoalt, and agreeing to pay monthly instal- ments ot toO. If she had Xept uo her payments, ehe 'would hare owned Ihe shoes free and clear by Ihe sum- mer The trouble was thit Mrs. Hess, After depositing her }200, became convinced, that a, tlo pair of shoes would do her juet as well, and noir the Balanced Shoe company, 'Inc., anlng her for the unpaid balance of Mrs. Hess, through htr attorneys, Miehliug Kayger, hu entered a counter cjalm for the return of the alleclDg that Matthew Hligert, president-of tbe shoe company, took advantage of lie fact that ahe bad painful feet lo' tell ber the' pair, on representations which she then to be true, but DOW does riot -Mrs. Hess'.lawyers also demanded bill of about these u- traordbiary shoes, lo which Herman M.' Franl, lawyer for tbe aboe com paay, replied 'by furnleUnf a copy o! thl. contract under which Mr? Heu undertook.to pay for.ner shoes on the InsLalment plan. The con tract la on a 'printed card, and hai spaces at the bottom for 10 pay mentj. What became of: the fihoes is mystery In-the proceedings, ss Lhe shoe comoanr its' claim for "work, labor and serrices rendered and to bi. )Hn. Hess, in her that sbe haa suffered from foo' trouble for many years, and that when she called on Mr. Hligert, he told he could mafce shoes that woulc correct her troubles and enable her to ''w'alh without pain-" "The plaintiff represented man ufacture of such.shoes as very cost Hns.says, "and In vlew.o the price asked wouM be. entirely Inadequate that he recelTed as hlgb'u for pair of Bhoea under Elmllar clrcn'ra stances." .Her feeble health and achlnir feit, Mrs. Hess goes on lo say, made hei especially susceptible to argument, ejid she was persuaded- to sign for I pair of shoes but immediately after ward repented.of the bargain. He set forth ,that the "agree- ment Is unconscionable, and, fore, Illegal and.nnenforclble." Cauac of the TroutjTi Here is the contract which th shoe company claims fTOO is still due Balanced Shoe Co., Inc., 40 W. 35th Slreel, N. Y. C. Duplicate. Agreement New YOrfc, X. Jnly 1C, 1319, to .July S, 1920. To the Balanced Shoe Co., Inc.: Trie uadervlgned. hereby authorize to make one pllr of'shoes an nz'rees to pay for the taran the sura o it being underflow! that 111 price Includes the making of casU to the above, also models, pattern drawings, measurements, etc., settle. In ordering and altering a shoes, It is specific-ally understood all agreed by me that Ihe Balanced Shoe Co, Inc.) or Its officers or employes, attempt only, to' fit my feet and Ir. no way agree or represent themselves to be able to'cure any disease or all- merit whatsoever, It being understood thit Its only-business is that of ex- pert shoe makers.. 11 Is further un- Wrttoorl and agreed as follows: The said models, pat- terns, 'etc., ahall remain tbe properly ,nf the Balanced shoe company, (b) above amount Is (o become dne payable iri Ihe following fnsUl- iMllli; deposit when shoes 1150-irhen shoes are com- 'fwtod and J50 on Ihe tenth of every lotto win 5 month' until the total tiMmnl Is paM, -It Is further nnderslocd by the nn- wnfgneri that In cn.ie the payments made as agreed the Balanced .Snot company hare I he right (o de- the thocr returned 1o (hem (ime as nnderr.lfmed can mike up luck payments due fodate. recelreJ. (SlglleiJ) EMIUA K. HESS. Balanced Shoe Co., Inc. Per M. Pres. The cine will be tried before a Jury. has been tot. Tbelrounj Man's Opportunitq "If you want to know if you are a tacctu, ath yourielf thit you taoe If you can, you are a taccen. If you can't, drop out." That's plain talk, but it's true. That's something for the young man of Canada to think over. If you arc not saving are not ng anywhere. You are lifting yoia leet and put- ting them down on the same spot day after day, marking time. No man ever succeeded that way. Take a grip on yourself and cut out those careless, useless expend' itures you make day after day.' Victory Bonds are your oppor- tunity. Buy a "big block" of Victory Bonds. Buy under the instalment plan. Grit your pay for them! You can do ik And think what this money saved may mean .to .you later, in life. It may mean an interest in some busi- ness it may mean the making of a home. It will .mean that you can avail yourself of some investment opportunity that will ensure your financial or business.success. The possession of some ready money has- often been the foundation of a fortune. Begin saving'to-day. Buy Victory Bonds lulled Canidi'a Victory Loin Corr.miIKe in co-opcralion with the MtnSiffr of. Finance o< tie Dominion ol ;