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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta E FOL'fiTEEtf THE LETHBRIDGE Tariff Student Presents Views .to Commission in'Sitting at Jlontreal "CHATTERER SULKS AND PLANS By Thornton W. Burgess I MONTREAL. Xov. How the j protective (arid had created and was maintaining marine toivns in Quebec, related before tho TarM, Commis- sion hero ioSa> b> I, II. MattJucu, rep- resenting the town of Terreluxiue, s.nj K. Trotter' .secretary of tlio -Mon- treal, builders' exchange. The former said .Khereas, in ?ho old days, tho far- UJn Wli iuiur. today tneee had all beoa yj'id'off asl? fanners had money to le.nd. Mr Trotter also euUlDfeiLtbp.enor- moa; amount of provided -for poonle tie establishment of bran chijs in this province of Amer- ican concern 7 l-Vn. Whitehall put beforq Juo'cbni- ailsslbp the claims of the Montreal tiu fan makers for protection. duty isatd'.pn Imported tin plate, ho Bald, considerably reduced the valus of the protective tariff and duty had to be paid; on alK their, machinery as well, this .being imported. Archibald McGolin a tariff student, arguing in fivdr of a- reduction of tar- iffs: oh goods front countries within the empire submitted a statement to ._ ..Dishonest thoughts are apt to lead To planning a dishonest deed. the fan Squirrel. Tiiis of tho truest thiups In all the li' there were no f dishonest jhoujhts would tie io do not: intend to be dishonest.-but they' to thinking dishonestly and then dig-'; 1 ilrref. lit-' cousin, Kusty, tUo Fox S.iulrrel, away lijio, beius finally gave up'scolding uiid crilli'uK Iiim bud "Zr ".....s.-IJ i-ory. plniii to Chatter-' in his, 'heart Chatterer: was selfish, j Yas, Bir, Chatterer .was 'selBsh. i Now- of thing for him; to ;liave done, would hjivc i to- get lAisy At oifco urid'ninke Euro ofj his. share df those "fat hi ckorv-nuts I But ChaltereVis niuch lik'e some fool- ish and -selfish people I know, who Show Jhetonh small proportions of bkd If hit "of won't tako any. Ho wasn't tiiug the of the industries -finding exclusively imported from tho 'United Slates'. He suggested 12 1-2 to 15 per cent' Is a fair maximum revenue tar- iu for impo'ts within tho cnipire, ox- ceptTdn special lines such as spirits, etc V Turning his attention to the ques- tion" of lund taxation. .Mr. McGoun as- waited: the western formers who. fav- ured' taxation- of unoccupied but laiation .of farms. To carry.'this into, effect, -lie said, would OB Breach ot faith with those .who, had been induied to invest, tisir cap- ital in TIC teru land and Iwho had- a right to expect that they would not be taxei more than land owners. Rerharkablc Decline in the -Number of CapUal Cases Y This Year I; and take them to one of his Eocret slorehousea: "But 'he spent far more, time sulking-nhd planninir, Kight don-n inside Chatterer knew that Rusty had just ranch right to those fat lilckory' nuts as he had, but even'Ho himself. There-were more of those'tat hickory- nuts than Chatterer' could eat'm two winters, aud_ he it. But lie wanted all of was because ho was selfish. So every.time lie Rusty carryooff a nut'to hide he said to himself, "That is my and then grew more-sulky than ever. So instead of plcking.up and tnE.aiv-ay, fat hickory nuts as fast as ho could ho Vent off. by lumself and sulked.-Jle mucli ble and spry than Uusty. that ho could of thoso fat'hickory'; nuts" in'a day" tlian could niisty. But he didn't sulked and trial to think of some way to get of Ilusty.' r So liusty worked and Cnatterer shook down the fat-hickory nuts from tho the .tree. And in Chattel er'a head thoughts were busy trying to find sonie plan for .-was. to call gettiiiB oven witi Husty the Fox Squirrel. "I. might-go'get.Happy Jack, the S-luirrslraad'b'eliveen us I gness wo could drirp.that fellow, lered..Chatteier.r.But that'iilaii didn't will shortly long list of capital cases for ujnsiiieration The execu- t'ons alreadi fixed for December, Jan- iian fand February is 13Uthe; cases numbering none of .them has! as received caoraet considc-ration. In cacn ofi la non iemg reviewed' by officials of tfis (lepartmcnt of Tliero had until a K-I markabie decline m the number oE I resident Marnoch Calls Board capital cases as compared with last In there were altogether 28 capital cises vitbvla executions. So far thh vear, there have been only eyht cases disposed execu- tions and live commufatitas. The leu co wish a hunter with a terrible sun woulil come along and shoot him." lat as soon-as. Boiidy' -left Rusty rpturn suit him. You see it ho did that Happy Jack would want.a shsre ot those fat hickory nuts. "I might hunt up neddy Fox and tell bim about Rusty; he would drive him away for a while, any thought Chatterer. But this plan didn't seerii worth while either, for he knevr that as soot would return "1 wish a hunter "with a terrible gun would come -along and shoot grumbled Chaltere'r, and then was ashamed, very much ashamed, of himself. He may be a trouble maker but Chatterer isn't as bad as that He wouldn't for the -world'have had a hunter shoot his cousin. So Chatterer sat and sulked and planned, and all the time Rusty kept hard at; work picking up and carry- ing away M be fat hickory nuts. And then when'the morning was hall gone Chatterer thought ot a plan. It was a dishonest plan, hut Chatterer didn't think ot that. "I'll watch him and'find out ie stores -those nuts. Then "when he isn't about I'll take'them for myself" 'bought he. "It will bo a 'lot easier -ban hunting about among the leaves on the ground tor them, and I'll get l of them, after Chatterer fairly hugged himself-at the thought. (Copyright, by T.'w. The next storyY '.'A- Uittlo Rod of Trade's Attention to Ed- 1 'irntMoh'Dispatches from ons and flve commutations. The' Encouragement' for assistant from iu'cases sl.lKto be frill I Pravincial goyernment in a flnan- never, bring tho total to IS. vray .or the Lethbridge Norlberu In tuo of the- ten cases, the sen- 'rrlsatipn district- was taken by G. nf rlri'iOi J_..i_t_ __ H, -at tJia i___i_ teacc- ecution death Involves a doublo ex- In another sentence" of death b been passed on a woman APOLOGIZED TO THE CONSTABLE Tiie city police court, on Thursday was treated to a public apology tendered Constable H. J Wash ford by J T Rowlands, of Warner, for accusing him' of, taking out ot his car while'ho was held up by the constable for crossing KiCth street between tlie intersections contrary to the city by-law. For the offence the defendant was fined with tosls In the same court Wai. .Wlnnlcolt nos fined Jlo with costs for breaking doors_In the Cosmopolitan Cafe. John Kirchner a retired farmer of Hespeler, dropped dead in the streets from; heart failure. n. Marnoch, .at the hoard of trade luncheon Thursday, from the report of the refund to the provin- cial government. 5IK Marnoeh also referred to the drainage schemes of the north in relation to the irrigation of the Eo'uth. Tlie article Mr. Manioch flrst talked about, was the. Edmonton story to the ti.- -n J tin. "viuiuiii.Uii aiuiy 10 tnti effect that the Dominion gorernmbnt will pay into the provincial 'treasury beforeHUs year is-flnished the above sum. Mr1. Jlarnoch said tliat whenever tho question of financial bad been brought to the. provincial cabinet -had'always Jgone out that the burden ot the railway'guar- antees.was top heavy.. Nonr that tills has been.practically removed :Mr. Mar- noch has.hoiies that the provincial gov- ernment may now see Its clear to give help to the cthbridge North- ern; In reference to tho drainage he said that if fifteen dollars ari aci'e can bd paid in the north to get water off'the land fifty dollars an aero would not be too much to put water on the land land in the south where, the: tivily of the land knowni'..'., Potatoes cooked In dry heat as baking, roasting and steaming In their Jackets should'be served as soon as they are done to prevent them from, becoming soggy. If they-must stand! a while, prick Ins skins when the po- tatoes are done CHOICE SON OF PHIMB MINISTER- O WHO CONDUCTED THE WAR AGAINST BOERS rxjNEOX, Kov fCanadfan Asiocfalprl Lord Robert Cecil, South Af- rica at the League of Nations con- ference at Geneva, pleading for a bold line in a polity of reconcilia- according lo the Morning lost's correapondunt, said stand befoie you as a sub- stitute for General Smuts, who nol rnapy years ago was one of the mojit redoubtable and one of the most Successful commanders ot the Boijr fortes In arms agaiitsl tho Urtjah empire I am tho son of Hit prime minister who conducted thai war on behalf of the cmpiiV tolithat liocr general goes lo the of a British prirno minister anil asXg him to appear before this assembly as the best exponent of his (Smut's) vleus on Internation- al subjects" The speech was loudly applaud- ed. SALE of FIXTURES, etc, RE R. B. MORDEN, ASSIGNED WADDINGTON 'ay Afternoon Next, Nov. 20 ON THE PREMISES, 526 13TH ST. NORTH AND COMMENCING AT 2.30 O'CLOCK THE FIXTURES AND FITTINGS IN TRADE of the above named Assignor, including: Several hundred feet of Shelving; Grocery Counter, 15', filled with drawers and bins: Biscuit Show Cases; two small sfeed Display Show Cases; Disp ay Tables; V Show Case to aland on pair Jieam Scales; Extension Table; Paper Holders and Cultera; Cheese Cuttar; Coffee Mill' OAREV lwo Store solid OAK ROLL 7fJL25 No. 10 Typewriter; Step Ladders; FORD OE. LIVERY TRUCK and two delivery wagons, nnd on The Balance of the Dry Goods and Grocery Stock i0b V' at tilts TERMSSTP-ICTLY CASH PHONES V70 THURSDAY, X'OVFMBER Many Special Bargain! Prices Specially Featured for Friday and Saturday Prices on the most'wanted kinds of present need merchandise which demon- _stfate in no uncertain way that it means much money saved to shop at Clarke's. We have come to the stage in this season when we have broken odd there; when some things which we expected would be ready have been the reverse through various apparent causes; when some things which should be entirely sold out are only just beginning to sell; when there is urgent need for adjusting stocks in various lines and marking them down to the lowest possibleprice JG effect a complete and decisive _ In this respect we are not making a half-hearted attempt at clearance. Prices on these dozen lines have been placed at rediculously low figures for so early in the season and we fully expect that quantities offered will not last long at such phenomenally low _.' i'. The Balance of Our Entire Suit Stock for Friday and Saturday Clearance At One-Third Off EXTRA! LADIES' MUSKRAT COAT 50 Inches Jong, v Excellent quality. Thli is the last one pf the lot. Splendid grade of muskrat skin, full furred, matched- In even Etrlpcs. SO inches long, 80 Inch sweep. Lined throughout .with heavy brown silk poplin'. Won- derful value at the price. SMALL FURS SPE- CIALLY, PRICED Taupe Dog Set- Special Hudson Seal Sctrf, special..i Hudson Seal Caiie, belt': a'nd: pockets. Priced Aft Beaver Scarf, 12 inch, with Beaver size.- :spe- cially piiccd ALL OUR FINEST In Quick Clearance "Sale Values lot worth to This one special lot fncludes all our trimmed hats without '-reserve. .Handsome French and American patterns that are marked now for clearance regardless of cost-or original value. 'About twenty-" five models.'-all'at "the one price. FRIDAY SATUR- DAY HAT SALE All hats up-to S15.00. Very smart new models -In this lot, Including every hat In the store worth up to without reserve. All arid Motor Hats 20 PER CENT. OFF JL25 value. Friday-and n M Saturday value. Friday and A-f in Saturday value. Friday and rfn HUNDREDS OF REPANTS Selling at Fractibnal Prices Er.ds of dress goods and silks, Manners and flannelettes, cur- tain and vflourn, vtlvcls, embroideries, laces, etc., etc. All' telling much be- low present replacement values. .Splendid variety of choice from which to some of the handsomest suits we have had to show this season. All sizes 10 to 46. All fur-trimmed and plainer models as'well. Made of finest gab- broadclotbs, velours, serges, trieolines, etc. .Colors taupe, etc. Coats silk lined, tailored and finished In the very best possible These suits have been selling regularly at j and ONE-THIRD OFF. The following list will give you a comprehensive idea.of the savings. All 560.00 Friday and Saturday All Friday 'and Saturday .All; Suits-Friday riiid baits-Friday and nn Saturday........... A11-S90.00 nn -yss W.OO WHICH" All 5115.00 and" Saturday........ All J125.00 Saturday All 1140.00 and'j" All ?150.00 anil...... Saturday ___'......._ All 5165.00 and SPRING GARMENTS. and Serge Dresses for For Friday and Saturday up to 00 Values to and SaturdaVrSalc Blade cluclicsse and black novejty satin stripe and plaid silks, also novelties in beautiful .quality and plaids-r-a beautiful showing of dels in accordion pleats, over-skirt and straighWme'.stylek Sizes 25 to 32, with waist band. Three dozen' in'the lot. Specially priced for. quick sale Friday -and Exlra Special Week-End Sale of Coats at Values up to and Saturday t Extra Special Value in Georgette Silk Waists Values Worth to and Saturday Bargain Handsomely beaded, embroidered and appllqued stylet, short or long sleeves. Colors white, navy and Splendid showing of styles to choose from, Excellent Quality Fine Si Hose at S1.5S Pair Regular Value-Fri day and Saturday Bargain These silk hoso are specially good value at -.s regular selling' price, 'and at the week-end bargain price are sclllna at no more than on e would have tS psy now to replace the line Splendid weioht, even thread, heavy illk. Oolprs grey, taupe and of to CLARKE'S Week-End Sale ;