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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SrtrCRDAY, NOVEMBER THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HESALP BRITISH COLUMBIA HAS BIG HEU) OF CANDIDATES FOR ELECTIONS ON DECEMBER 1 to'the McBrlde and Browser govern- ments, both In the legislature and on the stump; was' chosen.by the Liberal members as. leader of the government. The of departments have leiianged since the Liberals came] Itnto The death of Mr. Smith, finance minister, was followed by tte appointment of Hon. John Hart, VJo- torii, to that portfolio, cad the reslfU- aUoa of H. A. C., ________ n__________'' i was followed by tje ot Hon. J. W. deB. Oaly One was elected at aJye-eWcllpn in 'tcsd of that depirt- Candidates for Six Seats RECORD OF THE u ol finance In tha Brewster; government, I la dissolving tho fourteenth regtsHj- who died months alter the for, tare, the government leader Mr Oil mation o{ the IJberml govemmwt rer, issued a manifesto In which ha 1916 and a few months after his ap- outlined the record ol the govemmen.t VANCOUVER. B. C.. .Nov. fe Several bye-elections have been preaeut since It assumed office and on which he Is appealing for support. In this manifesto the premier claims that tke credit of tho province during the Lib en! ha? beep. (By aver- Bumoa office, in addition tp those ne-Ln" citcnl that the last' issue of the age of rather more thin three candl- ceB6ary to endorse the ministers of the coiufflhla bonds netted a -pre British Colombia geaerat. elections proof of this with tho work done by the present ad- By legislation concerning ra Decemberfirst. was. veterans generally.are satisfied Oae Ulty-thiee reacted to the seat left vacant when haw "been nominated In the pro- prejulcr Brewster, wh6 h'ad been elect- vlnce. One candidate elected by ra victoria and Albernl, re- acclamntlon, Dr. W.-II. Sutherland, signed Ihe latter seat" In Cowlchan, JtevelBlbkV J. T. Smith, Settlers' can- where W. H. Hayward, Conservative, dWate, has withdrawn from the con- rcstBned, Kenneth Duncan, Soldier, test in Comox. More candidates are vuh Liberal affillations, was returned.. thus In the'field than ever before In in simlkameen, a Conservative was Jno the history of British Columbia. of ior nrd.lon. madeor ren provi slons made .tor GEORGE RHALLIS Former Greek premier aud finance minister, who has been called on to form a cabinet, following the deteat of the VflnlieloB government. The reason'for this Is variously a chosen following the resignation of tor t-'tho late M, upon his ap- tto he efit of girls and women earning the the tendency and soldier-labor'patties and, finally, some ot Ibose elected on Liberal tlct-j' the factHbal th'e last legislature abol- etfi taking an independent aland In the1. 'shed tho'requirement for deposit by house, and. opposing the candidate of one hundred dollars. Itton on many Questions. j............ Of had depattment ol "cumire naa The Oliver, government succeeded mineral areas, and It is claimed by the Nov. the Brewater administration In 1917 Flour Is To Drop Dollar A Barrel Mr. J. F. LIvio, manager ot the Tay; lor Mtlllns Company today reported that a drop of one dollar a barrel will take place on flour" on. Monday. XIr. John Gilmore, .'of John' Gilmore Lim-. Hed, bakers, said this drop would not immediately affect the price ol bread. Bakers, he explained, must keep a month's supply 'ot flour on hand and until this quantity has been finished It's sad to ihihk how much good money is spent on poor tea, despite the fact that Blue Ribbon is oh sale in every store. n j education under the present admlnls- [fratlon'and that legislation passed in the interest of education hag been Important and progressive. The new government will be respon- sible for an act providing for the sale in sealed packages of llouor uudef government control in line with the recent mandate from the people for such sale- !n this connection Mr. Oli- ver intimates that H is his belief that a system ot permits to Individuals would prove the. best method of giv- ing' effective control and preventing abuses. In his campaign against the govern- ment, Hon.-W. C.. Bowser, Conserva-! live and opposition leader, .Is criti- cizing tbe government for not coming before the people with a.clear cut policy in regard to the sale ot liquor. Mr..Oliver has replied that It will be tho duly of the new legislature' to- formulate a moderation act; that It Is the function .of the legislature to originate and enact legislation -and that legislation prepared by a newly elected legislative assembly and act-- ing under tbe direct instructions of A Seventeen-Year-Old Reputation A Remedy Proven in many of the World SINCE Gin Pills were placed on the of letters have reached us from grateful users, who voluntarily testify to the many benefits derived from this remedy. not only from all over Canada and the United States, but from Europe and other parts of the i world where a sale has not been sought. Does this fact not point to Gin Pills as being Invaluable to.yoja.fi L FORTHUl KIDNEYS Gin Pills relieve backache, pains in the sides, painful dizziness and those constant headaches that come from kidney derangements or bladder weakness, If. you are enduring the agonies of rheumatism, or sciatica, pains, congestion or inflammation of kidneys or bladder, or any of-the symptoms, you should not overlook this remedy of wide reputation. Lose no time in getting the relief Gin Pills can afford relief it has given .to sufferers in all parts of the world. Gin Pills are Bold throughout the a box, under our money-back guarantee, if to give relief. If you would like to first try a sample, National Drug Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited Toronto, Ont. .Giro Pills sold in the United States are the same 83 Gin Pills sold iti States Address: Na-Dru-Co., Inc., 202 Main St., Buffalo, N.Y. the electors, Is more likely to be ef- fective and workable than legislation prepared In advance, of an election. Important planks In the Conserva- tive platform on which Hon. W. C. 'Bowser and his followers are asking tor support, include further encour- agement of shipbuilding with particu- lar reference to steel Ehlps In order to establish a British Columbia merchant marine; aid for the systematic ex- ploration of the extent of the Iron ore deposits of tbe province, In order to lead to the establishment ot steel in- dustries; encourage mineral develop- ment and the building of roads, trails; .government .-.ownership and control of water for irrigation pur- poses; to assist-lhe establishment of cooling plants in the citlea; an ag- gressive policy by; tho province's In London to encourage the settlement of'crown lands by practical British fanners; present aid to returned soldiers Is declared im- practicable, that every reasonable and effective aid should be given their being permanently setUcd; assistance to municipalities to help them finance by' Way. of share' of provincial taxes iuem'ent tax ot moving picture shows and other sources; more aid for hos- pitals; encouragement of the Invest- capital to develop natural in- dustries; relating of tho educational system of the province with an Idea of p'r'onioiing practical education; legislation as to health, with particu- lar reference lo the preservation ol child; llto; mothers' pensions; re- trenchment and reform In the civil abuse of expensive boards' and commissions on public matters; rtonc but British subjects In the.civil sen-Ice; promo- tion and encouragement of a better feeling between capital and labor and closer U the. establishment of and better terms for the'p'ravlnce from the federal Mr. Bowser 'in Ihf public affaire of British Cplumhia and has been a member of several govern merits. He was attorney-general in th jale' Sir Robert SJcBride's governmen and-hls leader's first lieute'nant Upon the retirement of .Sir, Richard to" be come: 'agent-general for the .'prdvlnc In London, Jlr. pro mier, his government being defeate by the Liberals under'-the..late Mr Drewster. Ho has represented' one o the Vancouver seats many year ;in addition to the partie ail political creeds are'represented I tfie contest: The Liberals have forty four candidates nominated, the Con servalives there ar nearly as many as the-two combine composed of Independent F.ederated-Labor, Socialists, Soldier-Labor, Farmer-Labor, arid Fa mers, BEWARE OF DECEPTION Statistics show that when egg albu- men is used as a. constituent of baking the amount so used is too small of to affect the quality or effectiveness of the baking powder containing ft, and when so used, is plainly for the purpose of fraud. Intelligent buyers will not permit themselves to be deceived by the water glass test. MAGIC BAKING POWDER no alum or Is guaranteed to be composed of the ingredients printed on the none other. Made in Canada By Canadians For Canadians cacacd In good style this fall, many farmers Industriously attaclilng' the tall plowing proposition. Good wea- ther aided the threshing. 7 Mr. Addlngtdn motored from' Olds to Lelhbridge and yesterday after- noon visited the Coaldalo dlsjrlcf. Ho will remain bore, uutli Tuesday. Bonds of friendship are very qlten puii ot flimsy thread. Tho otfer has been raade by the Mer- chants Bank of Canada to Frank Pike, fnauager of tho Edmonton branch, tc assume the managerial duties of hank's head office ia Winnipeg. A Mwrencebnrg, 1ml, man object- ed to a serenade by a Wack cat. Hr kicked at it, his balance, sr.t fell five feet to a cement wali: hreakinsf his neck. fleet on Monday. LDS LAND MAN IS LOOKING AROUND G. II. 'Addingion; real estate broker 1 Olds. Alberta, is in Lethbridge for fowdays nrid'is endeavoring lo dis- pose of a number of farms fit for ntied farming. This kind of farming going hhead rapldlj- in the Olds istrlct, he said, Farm work in that district has pro- Excels All For Flavour ami Aroma HO At II you have not tried it. send us a post card for a free sample, stating the price you now pay and i! you use Black, Green or Mixed Tea. Address At the clly police court (Satnr- da'y) morning, Robert Eagleson, ot Warner, was up before Slaglstrate Ir- wta on the charge of stabbing Con 'stable Bariteau of the B. C. M. P. on the prairie cast of the clly. Ho re- served his defence through hl9 conn. 6el, C. F. Harris, and was remanded for trial on his own surety for Jl.OOO and two others ot ?600. W. S. Ball appeared for the city. "The wounded constable had recov- ered Bufllclcntty to be present In court and detailed what .took place in the defendant turning on him all of a sud den and stabbing him, while he was conducting him as be supposed home without any warning. To this day he cannot explain what Impelled tho ac- cused to lake eUcli action. SHORT IN'ACCOUNTS I YOUNG MAN PUT ON FAKE HOLD-UP fl- falte hold-up was1 singed In Cal- gary, on Thursday .night, by William P. Orler, agcil 2< years, at the office of the Calgary Sheet Metal Manufac- turing Co., where he was employed as accountant. Ho confessed to rifling the sate, lajilng throwing the cash drawers.on Moor, cutting one set of telephone wires, and then phoning the police that ho had been held up and robbod. The reason for his action was tbat ho sought lo cover up 'defalcations. The offender Is said lo bo tbo son of one of the best Known and most high- ly respected farmers In the Maclcod district. Rev. Canon HIndhllffc, formerly rector of St. Luke's .'Church, Red Deer, Is one of tho six .Conservative candi- dates for Victoria city In the n.C. pro- vincial elections ontpeccmber 1. A )nov.einent la on fool to Increasa tho salary of U.S. congrcscmcn from to a The First Style Requisite AN well clad in beautiful hoseistKe first necessity exacted by fcood taste. The essence of hosiery charm is ofTered'in Holeproof Finely of threads that out the fashionable sheen. Tints to match the feown. In service, Holeproof is all one desires. Accurate in size and shape. Dependable for lonfc wear. for Men, Women am? Children in Pure Pscel iiisttrfzcd All ied HOLEPROOF HOSIERY CO. OF CANADA, Limited London, Ontario ;