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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE; JUESDAY. NOVEMBER that the new service on the Mactcod be started. alxml Intel to well in, a way.'1 "Go to Vancouver, Victoria, or Van- couver Island for the is a new slogan of the passenger department ol tbo C. 1'. It They are boosting Can- j_ ada's I'aclCc coast points for winter j resorts more than ever this year. Ad oil fields of the IUTIU, bo -sAid. a bulk of. those going In KO thrtf'.urh Dawsoo, as it is shorter lhi'.n fronv roace river end from Athabasca Landing. No radical changes ia trala services In tho south country are cipectod, be said. Sir. Walton Is concluding a tour of the prairie provinces, lie. nas visited 1 JUUIP ii luia ditlonal enuln'nrent ot sleep- Saskatoon. Kdmonlon, Calgary and las cars aro available for. Increased Regma.and is now on his way lo Win- business at all" times, Mr; said. ot a Speaking 'Eboiit, IhVaftractions ot oenerti commioo the coast Sir. Wallon potnteJ put Iho slowness, ha; said, possibility c! metering and the A. "Walton, general passen- ger agent, western lines, ol the C- P.- R ivltb J. E. Proctor, district passen- ger Alberta, are visitors in Lett- bridge today. Mr. del diSereace between tho and on the prairies. The has been fairly good but season Is always one. He spoke of the ten per cent, dp- crease In rates'due on January 1, ac- ;tbo .order of the railway icomnilsflon: Issued some time ago. No arc being taken to bis Know- ilinialo there HI I TV H 1 .rvss fflake Big Raw On Opium Dens At Saskatoon Irs that' children of any age' Ik is liputishrhent abundant eng t K-g 1 v.i Kg and ing substances. Sown V. Toronto. OnU Railway Commission may soon deter- mine future.rates. Peace River couri- a better service over Ihe E. and B. C. he annouuc- SASKATOOX. Nov. "was laid wldoiopen be- t w -v k i tt o'clock this morning 30 ofBeenr city force swepl IlkB :eclloii FARMER BROWN'S BOY'S TENDER HEART BY THORNTON W. BURGESS Who doth a tender heart confess Will love of all tha world possess. Ilabbit. forced the C.P.IV to remain with the lho luncr clrdo of the Illicit drug old service but as .soon .as tho-lino riDg that has baffled tho authorities DISCOUNT ON ALL SLIPPERS THIS WEEK ONLY ALL PURCHASES STRICTLY CASH ASK TO BE FITTCOr-SHOES FOR ALL AGES. W. J. NELSON CQ SHERLOCK BLOCK. guilt and wcro remanded. cases bail-was fixed as high In some jri Last 'nlgbt's offensive ia bo but the first step lira general .cleanup ofTthe .city. Complaints, ot young girls becoming 'drug flends, ''boys peddling, "dope" ou the streets; re- spectab'o women falling into tho clutches, of the crafty opium dealers and like charges have stirred the police to action and encouraged by the success gt last night's" raids tho au- thorities say they will not rest until the drug trafiic is slambed onl here. t'armcr. Brown's boy bas a tender heart Mid isn't asnamed of II. He cau never see another Buffering and not try to do something to help. But it wasn't always so. Cooducs.s, no! Farm- er-Brown's boy used lo like a great, many other Yes, sir; be was Just a good-natured, freckle-faced thoughtless boy. He loved to bunt aml.usp tie little peo- ple ot tho Meadows tind the Green Forest called il sport. There was nothlus ho .enjoyed more. All Htllo people of the Forest and.the Green Meadows, tba Old Pasture and tbo Smiling Pool fear- ed him, and because bate alnioEl al- ways springs from fear they hated liiu. To have seen him out buuiug with ils terrible .guiu'Dr setting his ugly- Bteel Iraps in those days yon would have said that there was noth- ug hardness: in the -heart of Farmer Brown's boy. It did. seem that way, just as it seems to be to-day with many boys you and 1 know. But it of heart at all. Xo, sir: it wasn't hardness of heart any more than U Is hardness of heart 'n those boys you and I know. It was thoughtlessness and lack of under- standing. It'hadn't entered his head hat Peter MiiJ___ aud Happy Jack Squirrel and all the TO! HI! SPOT YoufCan Just Tell By Its Healthy, Stimulating O'do'r.That Is is Going THOUSANDS of men 'and women, when the leaSt: little: rheumalle "crick" assails them, haij) Sloan's Liniment totoock it out. Pop- ular over a third'of-a century far more popular today. .That's because it- Is so -wonderfully lielptul in.reHeving external aches and backache, stlfi joints, we.ather ;rap6sufc results. A little Is all that is necessary, for It ;soon penetrates without rubbing, to jthe sore spot. ..No muss, ntf 'stall skto. .Made In Canada. f dnigsi.sts--35c, 70e, He had seen Uib little-rei, spots ii the reil hairs oa the trunk of that tree, aiid knew-thai Ituslj- was hurt. short, lived much as he himself di'J save that life was much harder for them. But there camo a time -when the eyes ol Farmer Brown's boy were on- cned and ho to understand these thinga. And then that splendid tiifi it vaiiisa. rttJM luejl HJitL Bpiuiiuiu other litte Just the jus-0ce wWch ia in (he..6part- ot leelingstthat had. suffered from'every boy awoke :ind with it the ten- lunger and-cold'in, winter'or heat which Is also somewheVe .In f ATOlg Attftt Baking Powder is one of ihe most important food'ingredients. Alum or other injurious acids are frequently used by some concerns to lower the cost of MAGIC BAKING POWDER _ Contains It is et bakirig powder and is -t purest and most heahh- baking powder possible to produce., W. Williams, In "Chemistry of Cooking." "Phosphates are ihe bone, making material of food and have, something; to do with building up of brain and nervous matter." Made in Canada 1 enemies and the 'joy ot happiness In tul (rapSp for could not bear he r homes lotedwith a lovo so great! tnought of tho dreadful suffering and I that it made them brave as the bravest frlBht thes? things meint for heroes he evetilad read about, In tlio little people ot iho Green Forest and thb Green Meadows. And' tlien he dfEcovered how.tntjch rnore interesting these.llttle neighhors were alive than dead'and hbiv, ready they tc trust aud ho friendly yhen .they had' learned tliat he "wa's no'longer feared. It was easy 1 enough to lake a little lite, hut to give back lite lias impossible It nas a thousand times far more fun to have I Happy Jack Squirrel from1 his "Hand than ever it had been, to hunt Merchants Bank of Canada Reports Good Progress t Marked Expansion in Assistance Bank Hat Given to Canadian Trade and Deposits Show Large IncreaM. Found in Home Monday -Morning. With His Skull Crushed MiSDieiNB HAT, Nov. Emery, a, former-Calgary was found dead w-ithchis skul.l smash-thiore than We him with a terrible guu. The close' association estahlishea by The Merchants Bank ot 'Canada with'the-expansion of the business and Industry of the "'Dominion is And, a? through giowiiig. acguaint- Bh'0TO-' by tho semi-annual ance with the little people came un- statement oC the -Bank, to October derslanding of how at.tiest jQth especially .the .lives of the smaller fh'e JlcrchanU Bank, with Its corn- ones, are constantly beset by dangers, organization throughout the so" that Eeldom a day, passes js known for.-.tho, special fright, his assistauco to growing and expanding s The Merchants Bank of Canada Gornplcte-Organization of'399'Branches across Canada at'the 1 service of Canadian Trade and industry and the Canadian Farmer f Half-Yearly Statement Statsrrte'nf.'to 'the Dominion Government (Condensed) as at October 1920. 1 comparison with October-131st, 1919. ASSETS 1920 Gold Coin, Dom. Notes and Cr. Balances with Banking Correspond- ents Deposits In the Central Gold Reserve Governmerit and Municipal Securities Railway and Debentures and Stocks...-.-... Call Loans In ra O'all Loans Loans and Loa'ns and Discounts .Loans to Municipalities Liabilities of Customers uncier Letters of Credit psr contra .Bank Premises Real Estate other than'Bank Premises Mortaages on Real .Estate, sold by the .Deposjt with Dominion Government ior Circulation Fund I 1919 Cap'lial' Paid Up Fund y.. Ondiv'ldsd Profits LIABILITIES In Circulation 'beposils .Acceptaicss under Leflers of Credit J i'( Head Office Montreal In addition n to its complete service across Canada, The Merchants Bank of Canada ia helping in of Exiport its ni New Yorlc arid England, Banking Connections throughout the World s nt his home In' .Medlcioo. Hat grew very tender toward businesses and the report now Issued rfionilay morning. .The police, state I It was because of this that as .that it has been particularly that it Is a clear casp of murder, and. as he bad seen that the-hunter who active In this .direction during- tho they are searching woman and had'shot at misty, the F6x past year, the 'a man who vrere known to DD with in. the Green Forestr-had obeyed his- increase In. cur rent: loans.'and dis- Emery.on Saturday. order to get off Fa'rmer Urown's land, counts to to The ilearl body of Emery was found'he liad hurried back to tliojlree in a as compared with a gain on Mcnday. morning, .by a friend who holo iri which Husty hart hidden. He of had called lo see him'. It Is thejlttle red spols arid tlioj Increase in Capital that he had been hit a heavy blow; red hairs on the trunk of th'tit treo a view of increasing UB faciH- over the head wltli a club while that Rusty was hurt. Aiid-so It ties to the farmers and merchants 'slept. His. skull was fractured and it'was help was coining to poor, suffer-. and inanufaWurefs-oT the couiiirj', iuS ,Is the opinionpo.i meiltcal mea that the ing though he didn't know it: Bank has-provided; for blow was inflicted ivhile Emery-was (Copyright; 1920r by T. W. Burgess) capital as.a result., tlie paid-up 'capital now' stands nt' "an _ The nest story: ".What Chatterer the' increase, to date o( Jl.GM.lK. At the his death was the.result of an under? He'd Squirrel 'Biimo lime-IhV-rVBer've nas beed'in- 'world quarrel. With tills Theory in linir.d, the Merllcine Hat looking for a prostitute ;mour, who are tbougbt to Mithe, last lo seo Kraery alive. "..'-v Relative in Washington SPOKAMK. Nov. of tho murder ?.t Medicine Kat, last night of her brother, Claude El-'l llott was received here today; by Mrs. Guy Uarrisli. Robbery was, the supposed nirjtive. lie'Is survived' by his widow andi .by- a sister '.at' .Tacoraa.aud a brother at OregOT. J' .Father 'M ED.MONTOX, NOV. tlons carried out by tlie Alberta pro-, Ylnctal "police'in. fjomiectloti with the murder Sundny at McdicEiie Hat' 6f Clau'lo Kmery disclose the faci that 'tbe. Catlu-r of the murdered man' In: Ho Is FrarcK wai 'notlflcd by the-AU l.'oria provlnelM police officials day evening of the death of his soti.; creased by now. stands at Both these amounts will be further the in- stalments still outsUinding. i A- further gain. In sav- ingn deposits Indicates that tlie .Can- adlan people are practising habits of thrift. During the year the savings deposits .of the .banks have been drawn. on heavily- to meet payments. for the. Victory Loan Notwithstanding (this development, the Bank snows a gain in savings deposits bl and total de- pioslts now stand at UP Assets'at New High Level 'As a result .of the expansion, the total assets established a new high record hy crossing the mark. They now-total IS, against ahareholders particular, pride in tb a, 8 lead y expansion" Bhpvfn by. the. -Bant.' .This, dev.elopm'ent 'lias.. entirely of the round- Ing out of its organization, and ser- vice thfpnglidht--fna country; BOM. An Important Sale of Acc What could be 'more timely than this Four-Day Special Sale, of Brasi Beds at Teeple's? 'v Remember that every Brass Bed in stock goes at a big reduction. MASSIVE BRASS BSD' Serviceability Imilt.right iiitorlhis Eluidy brasf; bod. Made with rail and 1% inch tillers. Has oval "shape7 capk. Wauls Hitlf Million Claimed as Due u'ndei- Guaranty Provisions WASHINGTON. Nov. mus proceedings against the secretary of lh? treasury were Instituted yes- terday in thn IJistrtct of Columbia nuprcme coiDt its tho Oraml Trunk Knilvvay cofnpany to reciuire payment of an Intcr-Slato Commerce Comwlsslon ceTlflkate calling v for as iluo the road imdor ttie guaranty provisions ot llio Transporla- lion Act. The r-Ourt Issufid an order returnable Dcccmlicr 7. While the Grand Tnmk companj' Is tho only petitioner fn the case, op- j nroxlmatclv claimed by the railroads is Involved in tho IHIga- ifion. nccfirdltiK to n stalcmfnl fssiierl 'liy.the Association of Hallway Execu- tives. Brass Bed SG5.00 Brass Bed Brass Bdd 555.00 Brass Bud SATIN FINISH BRASS BED 2-Inch pillars, 1-ineh top rod, 5 fillers llaybo hail'ln3 ami 4 'ftot' oieo' 6 irj.'alzo, Jor.xJnly'.-. i. ,-B. Brass Bed Bed- Brass'Bed' DAVENPORT BED A Plclon woman who. escaped from Ihe hospital was found by J, Hawkey, Jail governor, hiding In some busbea at. Jlcblnson's I'olnt, altor being osnoscl to tho intense ICsH for about 36 hours. A thoroughly dependable of aubslantlai -aU-steol "angle frame filled-with Weal Patenled. Link Fabric Spring. Seal is reinforced by 'powerful slcol coll spring; arms nre made of continuous sloel-tnblng; .back drops down level with seat and Is supported by fold- ing legs. Tho mattress, mado with across front nntl ends, is covered with choice imported, cre- tonne. -i i- This makes a bandsomo Davenport by day aml'rV coniforiable double bed aS night. Dimensions: Height oMiack.-'M of seat, 27 inches; length, 72.Inches; height ot teal, JS inches; width of beil open, "Quality Without Extravagance" ;