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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDXKSDAY, NOVEMBER 1919 run UKHAI.U. PAGE' DEIBILIZAIION OF DA'S ARMY Published Figures Growth of National Debt Prove This the Caw OTTAWA, NOT. considerable falling off in tba amount of In the net of the Dominion IB iboiru by lha October financial Btatenenl as comuarc-J with .the flfurM for Septou- ber. During October debt trew to tho extant of (55.5V6.155. During September the Increase wa3 nearly The net debt noir stands it At the close ot SaiUmber, lilt, or U aaoalka afo, It stood at or apsroil- miltlr Ion than at lie tod at October. ISIS. War expenditure! sine a Apill 1. the Dt the Dominion's Bical year, have aurefated For the .same period but year tkty were UC9.lil.41T. fujflirts Indi- cate that the demobilization of the army has mare caatlr than Its maintenance In the Old. .That tila expenditure Is rapidly derrrailng, aor- ever. Is Indicated In Var eipondl- lares for October alone, a nonth which [witnessed but a -liomtratd inurement of iGldlerd. For October he expenditure was I22.34S.4S2. while n October, 191 S, the coil 110.552. ll his been eHlma.ted tut iubieijuent to (he cloM o( the current BscaJ year mm ef will conplete tke work ol araobilluUon. Tie revenue fide ot the statement Ls encouraging. For the eaten months period ilnce April 1, the revenues aars totalled For Mns period lilt tiey were 136. Kor October revenues totalled J31.3S3.J34, lor OcloLer, ISIS. Ordinary vxpendltani on the other hand rose from (or uevcn months period ta to from April 1 to October 31 this year. Eipeodlturtl on ctprUI account jumped from ap- proximately last year to over this year, due to tie renewal of acllrUlea of public workj, PRINCE OF MES WILL VISIT US. CARP Wilton Axminster NOW IS THE TIME TO QtT THAT CARPET YOU WANT. IF THE PRICE IS AN AT THEIE VAL. UES. ONLY A FEW OF EACH HIE AT PRICK. ABLE FOR ANY ROOM IN YOUR HOME. WILTON CARPET AXMINSTER CARPET only, deei> jiUe Azmlnstcr CnrpcLi. tt'ill glre g-ood vice. flDth bare rcr; colors, In a mall tll-orer flcral dC3iKn. htCi are 9 x 12 Icet. Specia WILTON CARPET One only, slic V i 10' super Etilra. heavy deep In rleii shades of brown, grocu and black. AA AA A cur pel that u'lll give no end ot wear. Special AXMINSTER CARPET i'o OH> oi this make. Size 9' x 10' 6" and ft' r Cotore arc flceii rose, ivith juttcrn, In brofMJ, sreeTi and black. 10' J49-CO flr i 'J' at CHINESE ORIENTAL RUGS boCTi sUee havlnp long deep pile. color la fawn, xvKh design in maroon.; Van, M'illi.boictor Size 3d i Spfdal WILTON MATS Bawden Bros. GROCERIES PHONE 1766 Just received a fretli shipment of and Tapioca. Eno'i Fruit Sahi, per bottie in 1-pomd Special, 2 itr 45c APPLES Jonathan, and oilier Tirietiet, No. 3. Per special for Friday pack and al Tmrietiet. Theie ire to No. 1, oirjr unwrapped. Per ctK 75 No. 1 Macltrtwh Red. Per cue, Apples, No. ZKUcIrtwk Red. Par caae, We >itoulil advlnn rou Lo lay In a good supplr of tbeas Applei ns nccordlnK lo reports theK prices are the loweat the rlty nolwilh landing tlie fact we dellTer them Iftt. When It comcfl lo apples, 111 have Ihtm and'at nn'cei that are lie In tho clly. l( you liny a you Can "are enougii on ihr.m by buying them from us to bur a Victory bond. Tata fa a lad. SUPINA SON Rumorfi Current qf other Increase in Rale of Bank InUrat Xov. irong rdinori of another advance in Lbe bank ralei, which were current on (be Btock ex change and today, weaken secarltlea and recently jictlvo ijwculalU'D Issuet. Neverthe- less, the belief prevailed In Lomban itrcst. that no further advance wouli late place la view ot the serlouE e( feet upon legitimate trade, Ihouffh th rutBOrs vrera br Koatl] IbaL the United vraa piillln, presmre to bear on tlie authorities i an endciror to check speculation ile Etich a. huge debt la owing lo the United Stales. The 6 per cent, rate tulmlttedly bas IneffecUre In check In r specula- tion or In bringing ag much money as had been an Help a led In the treaiuo billi, because would-bs are wait log lo It the- rumors cry B Lai Uic. Be of Last Acts of His Official .Visit in Wuh- WASHINGTON', Nov. Thn Prince of Wales, aa one of the Uit acts of hit official vlilt lo will Freildenl Wilson late today. He expects to call at the While Ifouie !or Infuruial visit vltb the presi- dent and Mrs. Wilson at 6.30 o'clock. President WIEBon probably irlll enler- Utn his royal while seated In an lnralli'6 chair, his condition hivlne ImprOTed since tho visit of the King and Queen of Belrlum. irhen he wai forced (o receive them reclining In bed. During his rlsll at tbe While House, the Prince vlll take tea wHh Mrs. Wllaon. "Renown" Waiting NEW YORK, Nov. British battle cruller Renown, which, the of Wales sill use aE a hotel" during his five day vlsK to Xoir York and on which he will return to England, iras being scrubbed and pol- ished to a state of perfection todiy to receive the roral gueit, who ll ex- pected tomorror. The Renown, the largest British man-of-war ever seen In the port of New York, dropped anchor In tbe Hud- Bon river lato yesterday a. stormy cruise from Trinidad, during vhlch. two ealloTi vere swept and: drowned. The Renown has cruised mllea since landlnf the la Canadt-aereral monlha afo. WOMEN SERVANTS ORGANIZE Berlin Heuicheld Employee Form DUpomtion of His Two Pals Not Girl is Implicated QUEBEC, Nor. preliminary hearing of w) In esses In the case or Georje TopplDE, J. T. Protean and L. B. Leraaseur, all three held on the charge of holding np and robblng'the mall car of the Limited train near Harlaka some veekfi cloied yesterday. Topping has been sent over to the criminal court for trial, while In. the case of Proteau and L-evaeseur, "the court bis cot yet decided .whether er are to seal beloie' BERLIN'. OtL Berlin iod Gennaa household Etr tJ, the cooks, chambermaids, cTiU- drcn'i Duraea and waiherwomen, now fl pu-llunent at irhlca they met recently In Inc (ormer house ot of the Prussian diet, to which they were all InTlteti Ly 4be central anoc- latlcn. of houie em ploy BI. The hip auditorium was filled. The president of the uiociatlon of' Berlin hontehcld. employes, Frau Kaehler, demandeu that the -women organize ihemsaUes In the free un- ionB which are already spread all all orer Germany. It was announced that icalei of'pay and houti of work IQxrty already had been Ibhed In Naremhere, Munich, Slult- j gart and Hamburg. I ff ihoald be done In Berlin. Op- ponenls of the were hissed Into silence. KaebJer argued LkiL Lhe same MO T3TH NORTH, UurctU Proteau's friend, Id tUat the mule trlpt to Lake eauport, but thai ilie had bean di- eted to do 10 by an anonymous let- r Blie receked, telling ber to go (o certain spot at Lake Beanport, here ahc rould rind still ng from the 1 7 atolen 'from e mail car. She Eald Ahe foffnd no trace of (he I wing money and stated she had [tnesses to bear her out In Ihla, The rl was allowed out on ball ID ecurltr. PROHIBITION FIQHT IN COURTS OF R. I. PROVIDENCE. R. I, NOT. eral Jndfe Brawnier liiurd a tem- porary Injunction against Harrey Balt- er. United States allorcer', and Geo. F. Shauxhueiiy, collector of Internal revenne, them from en- forcing the prorlElonB of the war time r roll It HI on act -he Injunction was upon the petition of the Nar- ragaaEeVt BreirlTig company. The sale of 4 per WBE Immed- iately resumed by ProTldence Liquor EN SHILLINGS A WEEK FOR EVERYONE OVER 70 YEARS OLD adleal Amendmcnla to Old-Age Pan- len by Brltlth Qevernment LON'DON, NOT. old age pen- ton of 10 ihllllngs a week to be paM o every citizen reaching the age of ty, Irrespective of hla means, Is recommended by tbe departmental ommlttM In a majority report pre- to the house of erday. Payment ot the pensions. It B eitlmaled, would Impose a burden poc th.e budget of a year. ?il8tloi laws Hmll Lne mnt of old ce peaalcma to persona whoae yearly nenM do Dot exceed 10a, and by Dr, wto throuih Idleness allf failed, -to maintain them- elree and their wbo are n receipt ot poor relief and hare >at is-KccstrcftTB been In Jail. The reekly amount of Ilie pension Is fke If Lho yearly means oT the MHilvneT do, not exceed 4 ahll- Ingi lester amonnta to pensioners hB.7lnc-B. greater Incomei within the ImltB of the law, Daring tbe war, however, these pro- iloDfl as (o mailnrim income hare been relaxed, and an extra war iranl of pence er week provided for. The to the British government of c-M pensions la iht year 19I6-17, about and In 1917-1S about owing (o extra gnnts as con (raited with contemplated la thfi report. Keep It to "reftioU Prompt Relief From' Rtoumatlc Palna and Achei. 'When yon know what Sloan's Lini- ment will do, thousand; of men and womon the "world OTCT you, too, will keep It handy. You will UM U ior those "twinges or tor relieving that lame back, muBcle [fneas and sortnMs, aclire, all jorts of etlernal palm, and exposure aflermathf. Only takes a little, applied without, Soon pnetrMei, ccatterlng the congestion, bringing mercltnl re- llet to tbe throbbififi, Jumping part. Three 70c, 11.40. Any druRKlst lias It. If not, we'd like lo know his name.. Jn Canada. Sloan's FOR' TRAINING OF MORE TORONTO, Nov. Canad- ian Horticultural Aeioclallon has he- come alarmed by the lack of facilities for training gardeners In Canada, And paiied a resolution here today nv-onv mending the cilabllshment ol special facilities for practical and scien- tific training of In horticulture and that all-horticultural aMoclallonft In Canaioa be (o.nane repre- MRtatlfM to a natfooal wnncll with a rfew lo formnlallng plant for the detelopnravt'of hortlcultaral Internts. In this cammanlty. THAT COU1 GWKEfWUS Don't wait Tti ywi Wbefl 7n fed oat of aorta, ibiTtrT, nt Wd don't mil till yoa li bed before yoi laie action to rdy theM thlnra. Chilly, achy illita arc Nature's mrwiofa. ilof to clear oat TOOT ayvtvn, cool the blood, eiteradoafe the itrol. Thtre h) ao quick aad ftlUklt u C.I. ttawli (orCaacara >mid< Qiialnc Tibkta. DosiinKn C. B. Q. cum a pSd In a lev hoin roa It. Gtt a bo i of Doralnloo. C, Q. to-day. on baad. YOB nerer ancrfr whea yoa aaiiht need It. At all In (he Boi. Mad< br that well-known and Ihoroaxhlr The National Drof i Chcmkal Co, ot OllT tt of 311 satooal In PrOTl deuce, R.r., dofnf butfttBfl -last wvek ofta now. STYLE, COMFORT AND GOOD VALUE ALL THREE ESSENTIALS ARE HERE Not only are ihew three tutntuls here but coupled with Ihete are some wonderful price reductions that are sure to prove valuable to you just when yM require thete PULL-OVER SWEATERS lour expeclftd ihlp- ment of Pullover Swealer.4 bis arrived tt Itat, but ara ccrtaJnly well worth vitttae for. ccme la a eplendld aelecdon of colora and combiDillon ot Better come early for best of colon ttylw. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY New Silk Lingerie Today CHILDREN'S COATS Wp.c.offall Kiddies'Coats Regular IU.IS, fer. ...1 Rtfulaf lor.... 10.75 Regular far------ 11.95 Regular IIAJOO, for... Regular 120.00, for... Regular S21.00, for... Regular for... Regular W.OO, for... 17-90 1190 New Serge Dresses This Week Winter Coats The unusual fcaturet of oar Coats are typical of loo Ily ol ityle Coat. You Trili note the iljsll dealrned fur collar on models that may be worn open, the becomtQE shoulder yoke and the- ersce fully draped side arramffe-" tnenL Each and every coat in our collection displays equally EVERY COAT REDUCED THIS WEEK For llils week only we offer you a reduction on every Included in tne lot are 'a Ehlpment ot exclusive' new btylea joit placed 1n Block yesterdfty. ,iif p. c. off Every Coat No two Bljlei alike. Your choice of our. entire slocfc Furs and Fur Coats SKIRTS NolWni merred each and everr Cloth Sidrt re- and erery one nev flyla IWs icaion. Regular SklrU. .JI0.55 Regular (13JO SklrU.. 1146 Regular Sklrll.. 1U5 Regular Skirl... 1SJ5 Skirl... U.95 Regular 120.00 Sklrti.. 17.50 Rigular K2.90 iklrta.. 1940 Regular IXM Sklrti.. 21.95 Wt KaoL you Lo vlait oar slorf Ibii Ttct aod i nlei valucl In Furs 'and Fur CoaU. Pur Coats in Ihese Hudson Seal Marmot Natural Rat Some are trimmed' wilb IBTS, and eTery one is away below today's values. If you require Purs, buy as we can nut replace many of these sets at. anytblnt like pit teal prices, Tuts -week we offer 10 p. c. off all Fur Coats and Sets HIGHEST ttUALlTV A.NO VALUt, Week-End Specials SILK HOSE Udles' Fino Silk lloac, In ill sites to 10, In Drown, tan, grey, hlach, chMDptriB ihiiies. Worlli H.50 lo 11.75 pair. WMk-end Special CHILDREN'S HOSE Children1! Cream Casbmcro Jloac, In elfei for r.htldrtn from one year lo lire yeira old. Theje aro worth from S 76c to 86c. Special CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR Cblldren'g Wool Underwear, In rlbbert wene, In slzei from one year lo 10 yea'rc old. ThcK arc an odd line and tnugl cleared out RcfDkr Refikr 12.M, for LADIES' COMBINATIONS ladles1 Pure Wool ComblnaLionfl, In good (llllng style, sleeTtn nnd inlile lenstn. Good rango o[ slicz. o AF ?6.WJ valuo. Week-end Special NAVY.SERGE. Piire Wool Serge-, In navy bluo only. Sull- nljlo Tor IIL.IDA' nnd dresses And chjl- riren'a -ilresiea. 4J Inches wlrto. fjf Special, yard WHITE. FLANNELETTE 28 'Inch Klne nunnelelle, In ex- cellent quallly nnd fine soft finish. It :worth nioro irabney todnjf. ''Week-end jifi CORRECT DREtl FOR WOMEN RYLANDC AND COMPANY THE NEW THIN08 ;