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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN 1-HE LETKBRIDGB DAILY HERALD OCTOBER 1, 1920, MEAT PRICES ILL BE LOWER TiiSS YEAR THAN LAST SAYS s. DESTROYER MINE STRIKES pilot ot the suc- culsrit T-boue and the family joint gen- Orally will not be oc high tHrlug the ..conitug mouths as It was this time last, year, says Patrick Burns, o( pack- lug who is a business visitor in Edmonton making one of ills flood? crops abmuianL'e of fecit harvested, will ri currence of tlu> eil during lisp v.iuicr and curly spring RIGA, Oct. United States destroyer Cailta slrtfck a mine as stv- was entering Riga bay this afternoon, according to a wireless message. No details were given. usuar periodical iuspectious of Burns plpnt here. exceptioyally good liav crop of the preseiit season will K duclng effect on the price of buff, of last year forced lo uiicu M.uek men were Iheir steevs io St. 1'aul, Mr. Burns. Ho that tuc peah has been reached 50 Wr as tbe costs u( steaks are concerned aud while not offering very'much for lay. 'extonsira decline, advances the ihat the reduction bo it least appreciable aud that the mar- ket will be stable and eiauilard. Cattle will enter tho picking plants this winter and during Hie spring fat ind health y aiid generally speaking in a succetcioil Ihat will keen nwrkets .weii supplied but not overly BO. the 1'hitfigo olhcr I'uutrss by'reason of the great tht" t.ige u{ twA. This j condition, -Mr. Hums is certain will not'prevail ami the result will be that tha ilemaml will bo met with a steady supply t inco of. Ontailo and for Quebec. Tho fund will be used to carry on the permanent educational policy uras determined upon by tb.9 war tiiuo ex- ecutive ot lite betides provid- ing for annual requirements for the 17 sailors' Institutes tualniaiucd or assisted by tho leagvie, (he, society's administrative expeuses, aud the Zed- bruggu memorial fund. ELKS TO MEET AT CALGARY will mean good quality at OTTAWA, Oct. mar proving unfriendly fur tho trims-Canada uir Olght. campaign headquarters here. fairly costs. The nccllence of the IJiO harvest.- was sipoMn'of by Mr. Hums, who ox-! At the present time weather comlit- prefjeJ the that the cxeliauee: to be ilokiylng the Oiglit ol (tie into rarrciu-y would ifor a few raoro provide, a splcuJW stimulation lo l.fckie. who with Major liasil iiess cwiilitioiip. "I look for tiie farm- "'as flying a Falrey outcomo of the coast to campaign of the? Navy League to raise during tho week it Trafalgar Day, deleter 21. is now as- sured, according to aa announcement made today from Western Canadian -The fmrcesEful j NEW WESTMINSTER, Sept. SO.- er to have lots o( money this fall and 1 Montreal to Halifax lo Lenin the first j you know as well as 1. that when the of the flight, wired the air board The quotas set for the campaign are: 530.000 each from Manitoba, I Saskatchewan and Alberia, and 'CWJ tor British Columbia, comparing with a quota ol 1456.000 for the' proV' The Klka of the of Canada c'osed their convention here today witb the re-electlou of 3 as. K. Morris as grand exalted ruler. the selec- tion of Calgary as the- place for neil year's couventiou. The following grand lodge officers were also te elected: Grand Secretary, J. A. Kilt. Insswort'i. Rt. Thomas. Out.; grand treasurer, II. P. MacMahon, London Out.; P. Walsh, Calgary, was electee gruud esteemed leading kiiight. SAYS OTTAWA HAS SOME AWFUL HOMES' goes on in some of the best homes of Ot- tawa would sear the Rey, J. A. Pue-Gllichrlst, of Eraklne. Presbyterian 'Church, preaching In.Dominion Methodist Church, de. clared laul Sunday. Speaking on the subject of char- acter revealed through freedom, fie said that glimpses Into Ot- tawa homes on a Saturday night- would In tome Instances show the parents training their children for the dutlet of the next day, while In others, classed strong the best the of privacy would shovy tctnes of drunken- nest, debauchery and Immorality, The character of the workman, said the speaker, was reveited in the use made of his time after re- lease from the day's Some sought Improvement In night schools, while others Idled their In pool rooms and other resorts. SCHOONER FOUNDERS Va., Oct. J.v-The A.m icau Bchoouer H. foundered near Cape Henry early day. Tho crew was rescued. DODD'S KIDNEYS PILLS 4 farmer is well blessed iinuucially thr.l tho rest of the- people shara the con- remarked Mr. Burns. here that he was compelled to de- scend at Krerterleton, N. 11., on ac- count of mist. A later wire from Col. Lqckie stated that last nigh! the wea- ther was bad aud storm signals were out. lie had hoped, however, to be able to resume his Bight to Halifax today. No further word had been re- ceived from Col. Leckle at soon. may be some days before ho Is ready rleson, election ex.. 54.80; J. A. Braid- on, election ex., Moved by Mr. Jackson that the bills bo accepted as read and ordered paid out of any available funds. Carried. Iteinized statement from Dr. Duncan j to lake the air at Halifax to make re J. J. Adam was presented. Moved the first leg of the Journey, flying 'from Halifax to Winnipeg. The airplanes which are to cover the western end'of the flight ing held at Winnipeg-awaiting news of Col. Leckle's start, when they will leave for their respective for the western end of- the-Joumey.. by Mr.'Irwlti that this council offer I Mr. Duncan tho' sum of J 10.00 with j interest at 5 per ceut. from the. time Iservlc-j rendered, re Adam account, i Carried. Order from Sir. Anderson to A. Lee October !ieeve and the Sec.-Treas. the Eaic at' Mrs. Avron's, Oct. in the by'tte reove, aU councillors present j inll.test ol Municipality. Carried. except Mr. Ojlpliy. Minutes of last: MoTCil Dy ,Mr lnat tllls mcet. rcjolar meeting resd. J ing until Saturday, Moved by -Mr. irwln ttiat the inir.-r.o, at 9 a. in. Carried. utcs et last regulp.r meeting. August be-adoptod as read.. Carried. Mliiuies of the special meeting was reai by" llr. JlacFarlano Ibat'the minutes of the special meet- ing be accepted as corrected. Carried: j Moved by Mr. Rabbitt that tbe sec- relary-tre3siir6r is hereby instructed to tain Immediate criminal action ag- ainst any wbo aids and abets or any ratepayer to dis- pose'of wheat, oats or any chattels on .this Municipal District holds a Carried. Moved by Mr. Jackson Ihat Mr. givea tbe privilega ol sell- ing his grain and paying the amount on his taies and relief as far as it go, then giving a 'chattel mortgage fnr ths ainonnt still owing on his seed ftccpiints' Carried. Slbved by ,Mr. Irwln that .Ibis coun- cil adjourn 2 p.m. Carried. Meeting called, to. order at 2 p.m. by the same 'cbun'cillbrs' pres- tufa's ia-the morning. Moved :'by Mr; Irwln that tho autboriza the of suffic- ient-' liarb wire to put'- one strand around the 'Btzikom cemetery. -Car- ilcd; "I Jloved by Mr. Habbllt that in casei there are any'ratepayers'whose crops nro not euflicient to pay their Indebt- edness to this1 municipal district the secretary-treasurer js hereby instruct- ed to bave'snch'ratepayer'a'give" (ho district a renewal note with KufTic- Imit chattel to "secure" said dfcltlct. Carried..'- llqvcd by Jlr.JJTrln tbat the attack- ed list be the npset price on lands to be. sold at the tax f-ale'on Oct! 16, subject lo.any change that may be re- i quired to conform with the ruling I FORCED TO FLEE IN NIGHT ATTIRE TOHONTO, Oct. 25 suites in Nanton Court, an apart- ment house-in eastern iiosedale. were forced lo flee in night attire, whea (Ire broke, out in tbe building early Ihis morning aud caused damage estimated at of Iho Attorney General's Dept., vvblch I changes-tho aecrtlary-trcasiircr isj hereby aulhoriicd to make in proper j .time before day of sale. 'Carried.' j Letter from tbe Hail Insurance j Board with enclosure of proposed amendments (o tho Hall Insurance: Act read. Movcil by Mr. Invln that A. J. Hinea scco'inl of ?22.50 as b''k'd by' Hi-cvo .Morris for road work, be ac-t foptc.l. Ca'rrlcd. 1 Dills and Sheds: M. Pet-1 Gco. Eckmler, A.I IJckinier, Moved by Mr. Irwln mat. IhtS road bills and. sheets as i enumerated bo accepted. Carried. General Bills: Dr. Iiovoring ro! Kcder, 574; 0. Inviri, C. F. and M., W. P. Habbitt, C. F. and J1., 578.60; J. S. MacFarlanc, 5-10; C. Gar- STETSON genuine STETSON, of same fine quality that Stetson has always given you. It takes the Stetson resources and standards to produce such hats at this time. JOHN B. STETSON COMPANT ROS, THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST Are better this year than w Laye had since the'second year of the war. our lines will be found to equal the best. For.STYLE and QUALITY and at OUR PRICES we can COMPEL YOUR ATTENTION BOYS'SUITS T True Economy In Buying The Best twelve month old Fashion-Craft suit .will look better and more distinctive than ah aksolutly hew suit made. The shape retaining features in Fasliion-Craft are due to unseeh merits in their construction, hot" found in lower grade tailoring. Test it in the next suit you buy, LOUIS KEEL, Lethbridge Sold locally by. MEN'S SUITS We are carrying an immense stock of suils that we must re- duce. Here's how wo're going to dp Men's Suits, values to Men's Suits, values, to Men's. Suits, values! to 355.00 Men's Suits, values to Men's Suits, values to Men'a Suits-, There is no suit too good for your boy. There are ho belter suits made than the lilies ws carry. Boys'- Suits; to fiS.OO Boys' Suits, values to Hoyn'. SuH8> J1S.QQ lioys' Suits, values to 520.00 Boys' Suits, values to S25.00 Boys' valiies'tb J27.00'.. Boys' .Suits' vaHips to Boys', Su j lo, TU lue s .......512.75 .523.00' The, last_ (ourY.lines BETTER, with tvs "r o palra MEN'S FALL COATS Here's a chance to get a stylish light weight coat for these nice cool evenings at your own price, 11.95 S19.5O Including Silk-faced Coats, Values to and These cannot be bought wholesale today under THIS IS.A.BIG SNAP. MEN'S OVERCOATS OUR COATS ARE ABSOLUTELY THE BEST VALUE IN THE WEST Men's Overcoats, values to Men's Overcoats, values to Men's Overcoats, values to Men's Overcoats, values MEN'S OVERCOATS, values to Men's Overcoats, values to Men's Overcoats, values to Men's Overcoats, Values to BOYS'OVERCOATS You'll have to see these to appreciate them. Little Boys' Overcoats, values to Little Boys' Overcoats, values to Litle Boys' Overcoats, values to Little Boys' Overcoats, values to Big Boys' Overcoats, values to Big Boys' Overcoats, values to Big Boys' to Big Boys' Overcoats, values to MEN'S SWEATERS 'EVERY SINGLE ONE A BARGAIN MEN'S PULLOVER JERSEYS IN PLAIN FANCY COLORS MEN'S PULLOVER SWEATERS YOU MAY PAY MORE FOR POORER GOODS Men's Sweater Coats Men's Sweater Coats Men's Sweater Men's Sweater louts Men's Sweater Coats Men's Sweater Coats Men's Sweater Coats Men's Sweater Coats................. Men's Sweater ALL CANADIAN PRODUCTS BOYS'SWEATERS FINE CASHMERE AND WORSTEDS Boys' Pullover Jerseys Boys' Pullover Jerseys Boys' Pullover Jerseys Boys' Pullover Jerseys ; 12.76 .3.00 >3.50 Boys' PuHover Jerseys.................. I5oys" Pullover Jerseys BOYS' PULLOVER SWEATERS WARM ANO WOOLLY......... S4.00 BOYS' SWEATER. CO ATS S425, ALL CANADIAN PRODUOTS FULL'AND'COHPUETE LINES OF EVERY SORT'OF AND BOYS' WEAR. "The Store That Satisfies or Cheerfully Refunds" ;