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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER LETrJBRIPGE DAH.Y HERALD SHU HE Sottom Has Out of Business and meat is Rampart STOCKHOLM, Oct. (By for the coming winter are regarded by many Swedish busi- ness nien as anything but bright at present. Alter tie war blockade TOT lifted, the country became- flooded with American and English produce, chief- ly textiles, .foodstuffs, and automobiles. As a result the dollar rate soared from 320 kroner to nearly S. The importation of foreign (oodstufb'soon ceased. but texlUes and automobiles are L still pouring Into the country at such a fate that an embargo upon their importation la being seriously considered. Tbe overCow baa thrown, thousands of Swedish out of, employ- ment. The great mills at Norrkoping and Boras hare" been" working only four days weekly since August and they are now preparing a general dis- missal of their Uleh wages, and the operation of the eight-hour day which has been in force here for a year, are blamed m some quarters for this state of affairs Swedish manufacturers, i espccrally of iron and steel, are no longer able to compete with the foreign made articles -For a time plants have bean accumulating stocks, but signs abound that thla has reached its llmlta A strike In the building trade has lasted tor nearly a year and the housing problem has become so acute that to a flat in Stockholm orMn any of the biff Swedish centers Is well nigh impossible. With all this the workers continue agitating for, still higher wages and shorter hours. The elections fast resulted In dlsapjroval of we socialist regime and the present government is said to bs anxlous'to relinquish office. ESTABLISHES NEW WORLD'S SPEED RECORD MINEOLA. Ni Y, Nor. K -Plying at a rate of approximately 190 miles a Vervllle-Packard machine piloted by ,C, thieved, on unomcial checkings, to be the winner of the (race- far the Pulitzer trophy today Lieut Mpseler'i time, if offlcUlly atf proved, and accepted, establishes a sew world's speed reconJ. The present official record of 187 miles an honr was -'J Sadi Laconts- racer at Villa Counblay, near Paris, several after the last. Gordon Seanett eup event, There were 42 machines In the race. WONT HOLD INDUSTRIAL j CONFERENCE NOW Hon. Gideon Robertson, Minister of has just completed a tour of the west, Bearing with Sir Henry Drajton as to working tariff. OTTAWA, (Canadian TreMK-Np "steps 'art litaoTtTte taken before the flrst of the new year to hold a_ session 'of the Canadian- in- dustrial conference fofwhleh a Vote wi- passed 'by parliament laaf ses- sion. Hon. Gideon Robertson, minis- ter of labors will be' busy, with the tariff commission until toward the end of 'December, but In January the minister will give consideration to the adTlsaBllity of calling the confer- It ii possible that the gather- will not "take place until toward spring when the Industrial 'situation as affected by winter aitloss, can come under, review. REPLACEMENT OP WAR SERVICE BADGES CEASES .OTTAWA, NOT. By a recent or- ier-In-touncll the replacement of war service badges, classes "A" (for ser rces at the front) and "C1 (for ser- Tlce in England or will cease effect from January 1, 1921. This step haa been taken In order to protecfthe prestige of the service badges issued by the Canadian govern- Bent. Owing to the continual requests for replacements, the number of badges in circulation al ready vetceeds the num- ber of Individuals entitled to wear and although the 'final loss of a badge will hardship upon the loeer, it Ii obviously in the interest of tie retimed soldiers In general that no further lines replacements should be nsde of the imperial silver war "B" ceased -altogether early this year. The Issue of classes "A" and "C" badges to of the C. B. P. who are eligible, and who hare not already received them, will continue M before, upon (he receipt of appll- cations at militia headquarters FUNERAL AT OTTAWA OF LATE MR. GOODEVE OTTAWA, Nov. The funeral of Hon. Arthur Samael Ooodeve, a mem- ber of the Dominion railway commls- JlOB, a former provincial secretary of British Columbia and a former mem- of the Domfnlon parliament, was held yesterday afternoon. The attendance at the funeral WRS large and representative' one and'ln- eluded msnytdBtslandlng', figures In Canadian lite, as well an niany cftitens prominent in the.polltlcal, in' professional and life "of Ottawa. Him. '.Mr; (Joodeve's colleagues of -the Dominion railway board, headed ey Chief Commissioner' Hnn. ivoni. Carvell, attended the" funeral In a body. Practically all the officials of the railway board, 'members of if s'le- staff. of the board w, pretest, Tariff Evidence raided apd some ot the pleaded guilty, to 'charges ot selling liquor and were fined "or imprisoned. One of the defendants" was a tflecn- year-old sou of "King" Piccarlllo, The boy. was remanded to the juvenile 'court, )n which'he will be on Friday next. j Those arrested and convicted were: Sain Costa, for selling liquor in-the Cosmopolitan hotel, tried at RIalr- more and. fined f 175 and costs; Dom- inic PasEalquo, second offence, three months' Imprisonment in. the "Leth- brldge Jal I; Bob j tterson, for selling liquor in tho O.W.V.'s club house, and costs, Angeio Otttnararll, for selling and costs; C. Piccarillo, accused of selling liquor, the Juvenile courU, Housing Shortage WIVNIPE1G, NOT. ment, apprenticeship' for industry and means to cope with'the housing short- age In'Winnipeg will be investigated by tha Joint council of Industry, Dr. C.-W. Gordon; chalrttan, announced to- day. "The shortage ot homes in this city is alarmthg, the council .found when dealing wlthsthe .question of whether rental charges w.ere Dr Gordon said plans to meet the situation mast be advanced Imme- diately.- _ i As considerable unemployment seems Inevitable during the coming winter, the council will discuss means of avoiding It. v Y The report of the 'council on the rental situation inf Winnipeg will be released tomorrow, it is expected ROUND-UP OP BOOTLEGGERS Nov; ot'the big- gest roundups ot bootleggers jet re ported-In' the-.Cfow's Nest Pass was made last Monday by IVtectUe John Hesketh, of tbe Alberta' Prormcial Police. bootlegging denss.wefa Wholesale Arrests Canadians Haiti Who Someon. with s Pass frlmd! Stop eongll you an uder arrest. Thous- ands of .such sneste are being made' day is all parts of Canada. Too long have and colds evaded justice aad caused untold snffenci to' humasdty, but af laii they have been, eoraered aad overpowered' by Can-' a da's famous cough ley's Bronchitis Mixture. Did "you ever hear of this wonderful- remedy I Why, everybody is talking and ing about the gnat work it is doing in curing coughs, colds, bronchitis, aithma, etc. "Ths following Is me of thousands of letter) accent mr sincere thanks for the benefit my wife derived by the use of one of yoi.r bottles of Bronchitis Mixture. iV over thirteen years she has suffered After spending dollar after dollar upon various remedies, no re- lief was obta'acd. Heating of your" poil she decided to give it a and I am glad to say one bottle has made her weU. You' are at liberty to use my name and should be only too pleased to answer any inquinw. Sincerely yonra, John Holmes, Yorkville Ave." The orig- inal of this letter at W. K. Buckley, Ussited, 112 Mutual Toronto. Don't'allow a eough or cold lo linger with you. Away with it! Hail Buckley's Mixture and have cough arrested. This remedy never fsiis. On every bettle is a to refund tae nomey if not tory. Delays are dangerous. Order BOW from your DrufgUt SOLD IN LETHBRIDGE BY THE STOKES DRUG CO. Like the OldTime Jam The jam we used to get at grandmother's out in the i country was 'made exactly like'' Quaker Brand Strawberry Jam We .couldn't 'jiraprpve.r that old sugaf S --.v i.-v-e, .V-Tt ed ripe strawberngs. Dominion Ganners B. ,G. ,Ltd. HEAD VANCOUVER, B. 'C. CITY OF LCrtlBftl'DGE MUHldlPAL. SEPARATE SCHOOL ELECTIONS PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby grren thai a meeting of the electors of the City of Lethbridge and of the Public and Separate School Districts will be'held fa the offlce of the City Clerk in the City HallJ Lethbrldge, on 'Monday, the day of December, 1S20 from 11 am. until noon for the purpose of receiving petitions of nominations of candidates for the office of Mayor of the'City. For the offlce of School Trustee of. the LethbridEe Public School District No Bl, tares Tacancies for tbe term of two years and one vacancy for the term of one year. For the 'offlce of School Trustee of the Separate School District No 3 three vacancies.each for the term of two years. Given under my hand at Leihbrldge Alberta, this 24th day of November, A D 1920.- DONALD A. DUPP, D 'Returning Officer. BRAND REGISTER Left thigh ot Horses. Left hip ot cattle Lathrop, 7 Rylandu Block. 13H On left thigh. "William Hartley, Stirling, Alts, Left rib of-cattle. Left thigh of horses. irnaa Judson, Taber, Alfa.' Create Gas, Sourness and Pain How TO treat Medical authorities state that, near- ly nine-tenths of the cases o! stomach trouble, indlgcsfjyn, snurnsis, burning, gas, bloating, nausea, etc, are due to an excesS-of hydrochloric acid In the stomach and ndt as some bell ova (o a Jack of dlgesltvo juices. The dalicate stomach lining is Irritated, digestion tt delayed and food Sours, causing tbe disagreeable symptoma which every stomach sufferer knows'so well. Artificial dlgestents are not lieeded In such cases and may do real harm Try laying aside all digestive aids and instead get frOTri'anyVanisglst a few buncos-of rjlsuralCd Mag'aeala -'and take a teaspoonrul quarter glass of water right after eating. -This sweetens the stprtiich, prevents the formation of excess acid and there ia no sourness, gas of pain. Blsuralcd Magtiesla (In or tablet term .liquid and tcntf to SALWAY'S HAIR FACTORY At CARbSTON, Alta, To be made, up Into SWITCHES, tflANSFORMA. TIONS, PARTINGS, FRINGES; ETC. Send ox, combings or up- .wards for switches at f 1.00 per 'OZ, AND FOUND TRUE A Whether as a household necessity for the family or a productive salesman for the busi- ness firm, THE HERALD CLASSIFIED PAGES HAVE STOOD THE TEST -'8 ctntt per line (count six 'words to a Minimum, 1 K Six Insertions for price of four; Phjone In advariee. CASHIER-Colonial Theatre Len S. Colonial Theatre, this evening. x V Replies have been received the-follow frig Box Numbers: k 28- i32, OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS Steamship Are yatfjthlpjdng ot going to ycrar Old Country., for Christ, 'mas? f A rash businesses expected' during December and we advise early application for j Phone lm ,and> full Informa- tion sailing will'bo theerfnlly'given. 7 AGENCIES Phone 1412 Hlgtnoottum Block Information Doris I. R Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, HOME-PORTRAITURE, ETC. .___-_T 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA ne of th One of the best of oar irri- gated hays for HORSES Prompt Bliiiimsnt bi ton or car J ota. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Growers and Shippers Coaldale and Lethbrldge tod Navy m Canada Lethbrldce r Unit, 84 Teteranj desirous of Joining (issocUtlon. can ob- tain Information end appllca'Jon forms, from the- secretary II LEIOH, P. O. Box bridge. s XMAS SAILINGS AMERICAIvREp STAR AND WHITE K WHITE LINE From Dec. 4. Dee: 11, From Halifax, N.S.: Dec. 5, "CANADA" Dec. 12, "MEGANTICS Through Sleepers From New York: Nov. 27, "OLYMPIC" NTJV. 27, "KROONLAND'f Dec. 4, "LAPLAND" Dec. 11, "CELTIC" Dec. 11, "FINLAND" Dec. 15, ''ADRIATIC" Hates apd full Information at Local Agents or Company's Offlce. MAIN STREET, WINNIPEG. AUCTION SALE At the Fanners' Feed Barn, 3rd St South SATURDAY, NOV. 27TH, 1920 AT. ONE O'CLOCK SHARP A of Cood Work Marei and 'Geldings Also Some Cowt 10 young pfgs anti two sows-In pig; one 3-Inch wagon and box; I srrfng wagon i 1 hay rack and double driving harness; 1 Ect clpuble work harness; 1 walking plow; A bedsteads, springs and mattress; 1_ din ng-room extension table; 1 small kitchen stove; shorels, pllchtorks, crowbar, evohers, double trees; completo line ot blacksmith anvil, Iron drill, bellows, 1 MoCormlck binder, only cut two hundred acres. TERMS CASH J. A, SMITH, Auctioneer PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Farris Sen-ice Ai Sclenllac Collect Everywhere. Conltoseacy basis. We get re- Ereryliinf. to accountancy. Prompt attention. _ 4 Acadla Block, .phpne PIANO TUNING Q, H. CRIP PlayerrPiano and i Organ Repairer. JO yean' factory eiperience. oars CerUOcate M. T, Asso, London. England. References to tbe leading ot ths city. lltl t27 10th Bt 8. M; m DO YOU SQUINT? If .you do It's-a sign that yoofre ha-lng some eye trouble. To neglect your eyes under such circumstance.! may lea'd Into a serious state ot af- fairs. The best advice we could give yon see; us. An texamlnatlon will tell at once whether or not yon. need glasses to correct any eye lault. J.. M. HENDERSON Care of Wright's Jewelry Store F. H.WILKINS BIOHt BPBCTAUST Cth St. S. Opposite the Empress. Phone Res. Pboae.lHT. ;ElkURivC SUPPLES COPBLAND a R. KENT Prramld Decoratfhr Co! for decorating and paperhangtng a etslty. Satisfied customers our aim Phone 1KH B18 St Sonth. JOSEPH DAVIDSON, DECORATOR. Established llOf Ttrrty-flve years' In Bxtsr> lor'and Interior Decoratlns, 167 lUh bt Booth. Estimates free. Res. Phone 11M Ill-Ill Farmers When In ot sriy TRACTOB Repairs It will be to yc'ur InUr- ett (o try US. We have an gp-to-date Macblos Shop and employ only first clu's .UscilnUts, Satltfsctlon In price Md workmanship.' Tractor Cylinders regroand. over-site plitoni 'NIVEN BROS. S16s1it -1733 Gomey-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet 6Ui ____________DENTIST___________ m O 3 COUHTICB, Dentist, form'er- !y of I.ethbridge, has -located at 679 Cranvllle St., Vancauver. B. C, Phono Sey. 8300. Opposite Hud- son's Hay Co. jOSTEOPATMIC OR J. ft HORHDW, OSTEOPATHIO 'PHTSICIAN. 118-18-20 Sherlock BIdav .Bocra 10-12. 2-4. an4 appointment. mt, i-' PKIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLBM Private 1221 7th S, Accommodation tor Cical, roedloal and maternity ps> tlents. Private xA rooms. Rates 130.00, ISJ.OO and UI week. Writ? tar mformatiom Mis. H. a Van Hurltm.- teodrft HOSPlfALS MATERNITY AND NURSING, PRl- i vate and semi private rooms, tally modern. Terms moderate. Apply Mrs. A. Woods, 38 4th Street N. Medicine Hat Phone 3974. 271-M SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1142 I MRS. MARTIN J321 50th Ave. S, Cor. 14th K. MIS3 AILEEW Ml Playing and Theory. Pnplls enter- ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal ot Haste, London, England 100 pel cent last year successful_______ MRS. W. H of Piano and Theory.' Pupil prepared for the Toronto Conservatory ot Musie eiams If desired. Annul spring recital, studio, IMS 5th Ave. A. South, i f CLEANERS AND PRES8ERS THE m i Freaeh cleaning. We are Us oldest city. We nse the' tenuina Rrenrh systen." which cov- en tvery spot and eliminates pos- sible injury to garments, giving high class results Special attention to eonntry work. 6th Street aontt.. Phone'1818 Collect and deliver., LOO PREaSfNO" Repalrtng and alterations'well dons' at reasonable prices. We sell for and deliver goods. 1M 7th St South. Phone OXT-ACBTTUJNBl WBLD1NO W. N. KTTTH, Corner 1st 10th Street1 CHIROPBACTOH8 ilYRDM SMITH ana JlfNK SMITH methods Nature's own. Free consultation and analysis. Hours; 10-12 sad 2-J, and by ap. polntment. Room 205, Sherlock Block. Phones 1677 and ml. OUN8HITHS barrels strafgfateBed, gins restock- M, im work dons- by a gnnimjth, made, locks repaired, trpvwrltcrs, phonographs, sny lltM repaired, lawn mowers starpeud. D. E. Uacdonall IndUa v Motorcycle Agent Phone 1411 (th Btnet, opposite Herald offletv DIAMOND M SETTER 331 s-' WATCH urTHBDioc OLD GOLD SILVER BOUGHT L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Otssrst hews Agtnt iMRALBWANII WINTER RADIATORS, Why not bava jour Automo- bile Radiator lie-corcil before tho frost conies, with the besi Honey-comb Core Drop in and let us toll you about. it, or ask somcono who has one, They STAND Up. i ANDY Man 4th Avs. Behind Silver :Grllf. Remit, Dominion Express Moricy Order. ;i( lost or stolen you cot your money back. ;