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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETKKRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1, 192C. Alberta Export Liquor Art is to! Be Tested in Aibt'rta Court i cral granii jur} i'MlicttJ Charles PoniS, promoter of the scheme by which millic-ns of dollars obtMuexl from m- vectors ou to pay r.0 per cent profits, for using iUe "livuilg'lii a scheme Ponzl' is 11 ow a federal prison. or at the Mist. Cambridge, ]all. EDMONTON, Oct. Alberts Export Liquor Aa in being icsied in the case of vertiis S. Bulraer. Chauviu, Alta.. ID the appellate divi- sion of the supreme court of Alterta. Yv'liea the llqaor -export act "was ameuded a months ago, amend- ment of section 5-A, eare the lieuteu- nut-goTercor-in-cauteiJ tie rixht to pass refutations witit respect lo ail niatlors imrtainlns to tbe export liquor business. These regulations were pass: .ciTlnak'ias it tiocesoarv to obulu a psrjuii froiu tbs atlorney-geceral be- fdnvensesiiig in business. The cai- .tention of the appellant is that.the act is ultra vires ami thai tbe effect of the decision in ths Gold Seal versus .Domlniou Kipress company case was to make the entire procedure unco'i- slitutiona! and inralid. The srouuds for appeal, even K section j-.vhas not Wen ered iuTalid L; the decision in the Hold SejU tape, are' that the lieutenant governor in council nas right to fife the atcornoy.fifiwral tbe. power to erant perniits.' The case is of such importance that Cbief Justice Harvey has ordered on eitra member to sit in the court en bane to avoid any possibility of a re- petition o? Ihe Gold Seal versus Do- minion Express case, wbere tbe four members of the court divided evenly. accordance with the desire to a 'split, Mr. Justice has been added-to sitting witli-Chief Justice 'Harvey and Mr. Justice Stuart, Justice Deck anil Jus- tice Ives. CM. Doolnt former manager or the Phila- delphia National league baseball team, in a statement verified vharjes taumbers of Oie PhlUtts had been offered ?STfcG sujiis to "throw" gamaa to the New York Giants 5a 1908 vhtn Nfliy. York and Chicago vere IiBhtliiB for the league (pennant. 19QS omay member of Ji Malls-, llagby and O'Neill; K'lrake THIS WOMAN'S EXPERIENCE Of Interett to Child lew Women, 1. (Oauuiliau i greater production inyva- Jtnect Inaugurated lloii. Ar- Ithur Meigheu through Ibe Indian ile- parimeot in 191S, whereby some SO.-' 000 acres of Indian throughout the prairlo provinces were and turned over lo grain growing has more than justified tho hopti ol the officials who were behind it. ad- rauces made by the toTernsent for CiAr.ving out the scheme will be'.repa'.d this year, and it is ealtmtied -.that there wili ha i of as a result o( crops hxrreited on these NO DROP IN BOOTS AND SHOES IS EXPECTED No reduction in the price ol hooln nnd shoes Is expected this wluler, according to W. J.'Nelson. No ludlcaltona have been fouud by Mr.'Nelson that would lead him to believe there will be any material change before spring and ho does liot believe It will hg .great. o which, previous to ISIS produced ou prairie bay uuO. lasl year the crop on these lauds 'suffered from drought-as dtd all other acreage in the went, but tbla fall there bas been a msgnfflcent barvejt, ac- cording to U. C: Scott, deputy suparin '.endent-Kcneral of Indian affairs, who bas just returned from bt; tbe farrus. -On onfr Urge plot In Southern 'AUnrts yield wat K bushels of par acre. Toronto, Or.Urio. I suffered for i wnx time from ft female in- flammation, and a terrible caused by that condition. One day one oi'yourbookletswasleftatmvdoor, and I read other women WILD troubles like mine had been nndc well, su got a bottlo of Lydia E. Pinkham'sVtgelable Compound and a package of Sanative Wash, and it me wonderfully, and 1 now have the finest little baby boy that any mother could want. I want to recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound to anv woman who has female JOSEPH LA 773 Simr Street, Toronto, On- tario, Canada; The experience of Motherhood trying one to most women and marks distinctly an epoch in their Not one woman in 2 hundred is prepared or understands how to properly care for herself. Every woman at'this.lime should rely upon Lydia E. Knkham's Vegetable Compound, a most valuable tonic and invigorator of Ibe female organism. In many hornej once childless there ire now children becaus; of the fact that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound makes women -normal, healthy and strong, and this good fashioned, root and herb remedy con- Ubu no narcotics or harmful dnigt- Vancouver Man Had Been in Miserable Healtit for Three Years, But Tanlac Ends Troubles in a Few j "Although I have taken Taulac but a few wceka. U has already rid of I a bad case of stomach trouble irom j which I suffered for three [Enid John James, oC S32 Oore I Vancouver. U.C. f i "My aiipetite was very poor and the little I did manage to eat always [hurt me. After meals the gas from. i my sour, undigested food pressed I around my heart so 1 could hardly get my breath. My heart .would throb Hie it'rfas going to burst, and I-had violent pains in my chest. "1 suffered a great deal froni head- aches and epells o( dizziness and al- ways had a bad taste In ray mouth. It iwas seldom I ever'got'a good night's steep, and I would get up in tho mornings feeling to tired out 1'aolual- IT; dreaded the day before me. "After comine to Vancouver I heard eo; much about Taulac I got a bottle. So' far I hare tufceu three bottles and it has dono me more good than all the other meulclno Is haro ever taken pnt together. iS? stomach, trouble is a thing of the past. I am eating three hearty weals a day and 1-never have any trouble front palpita- tion, pains in my chest and stomach, headaches or dizziness, i sleep sound every night and I always get up feel- ing fine and ready for a day's work. Tanlac "Is suld in Lethbrjdge by John D. HlginbolUam hurst by Diamond Drug t Stationery Store, and in Warner by N. Der- i. .OT.M.WA, Oct. Brotherhood bt Maintenance of Way -Kmiiloyees and'Hallway Shop "Labor- ers of Canada have.approved of the -manner In which r. M. Draper, secre- tary of the Trades and Congress Canada, bindled-tho bBlons- iiig to the Ciiiied States brganiiatlon and given him by former Grand Pre- sident Barker. The expenditure of the ?60.Ujlu was pnblio In a salt asaiiisV Mr.' BafkerToi'-an accpBBticg of .the monies spent by him. Mr. explained tbe transaction at time. thouRh his'enemies jublic- ly i.lojibtcd his possession of an official Jsl.ler from the maintenance of way MILK JUMPS' .SUGAR TAKES FALL J VANCOUVER, OcL prjw of sugar here has dropped halt a. cent a pound. It Is now quoted at ?1S huudrtd for yellow and for Milk CMS Up VANCOUVER, Oct. price of milk hero was advanced today from 34 2-7 cents irer quart to 16 3-3 sii quarts Jor ona-dollar. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT DROPPING IN PRICE Electrical equipment slowly j coming down in price, according .vto Guy Hoy, of the Roy Electric i Company, The reductFon -since ..war conditions werejifted from .the trade lias been gradual and movement continues. The .price of copper is the ruling fac- tor. QUITS GOVERNMENT JOB f TO TAKE UP FRUIT GROWING rjlEOERlCTOX, Oct. P. E. Ilran'di, 'dcnuly. raiiilslor of agricul-1 lure of New Brunswick, has resigned lo lake uo fruit growing. MINISTER WITHOUT PORTFOLIO .ST. JOHN', ,N. E., Ott. Fred Msgcc. Jl. L. A., Albert county, hag Ijg'o.-] appointed lo ills New Bru'ns- ivlck gorcrnmont as minister without ifpltfRllO. MOTHER! "California 3yrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative Accept "California" Syrui> of Figs for (lie name California on the pyi'Kage. are siiro rov? f.nilA is harins. ll.e best most .fmraless physic lor the little stomaoa, uim'els. Children iove It! fruity lastc; rtirecttons on each fpttle. Yoii mnot say Adverl.l.semcnt. a .tone-of crystal purity ami incomparable r richness, the McLagan combinca all that is graceful and exquisite hi cabind work and design.' The combination results in a Phonograph now recognized as being on the pinnacle of instrument of rare beauttr and talent, the M-38- Makogany or Black Wolnat Adam Mnrwgany and The McLagan will any disc record. TKis is niade ty an veighlcd ring al the ba.c of {be McUgan-Heicher Tone Arm an exclurive. Mure. This weighicd ring i, ,rmplc and absolutely cbJld can operafe it.- There ore no aHachment. lo take orl orpul on; no weight, to add or alirjc. Simply turning dfe ring to the indicaled for the paying of jU record Jeered, the correct wight ,3 obuimed for perfect and failhfu] reproduction. This valuable feature hasmade the McLagan famous in (he phonograpri world. Its use opens up the entire range of disc records. You are denied none. You ban btigawmakcof disc record wUh Ihe aatisfadlon of knoving (hat you can play tt in all fls perfection oh McLagan. See Ihe designs in vhiclx fde McLagan Is built-faithful and fashioned the "rtglcs of Brother Adam, elo., and periods of William and Mag, Queen Anne, Louis XVI., etc! Then hear it play. You will nr, forlher evidence of Kg worin. McLagan range a variety of twenty-two hoae of moderate expense lo inefn.meni, ihat would grace the most homes. Call on your nearest McLagan dealer. He will gladly give you complete demonstration. THE McLAGAN PHONOGRAPH CORPORATION LIMITED STRATFORD ONTARIO DRANK FORMALINE BECAUSE SHE COULDN'T j GO TO THE I.'.OVIES I MONTREAL. I old Italian girl chxrged yes-, 'i ter4iy with formaline I art Tuetdjy because tw parents refusal to. allow her to to a moving 'picture theatre. CuticuraSoap Without Mug eoapkte (u- Ihat.ara BawarMaad ua witb ire t'i a Soip naiti Cood _ LBVUt uiirfiD. "T, Willis Pianos, Ltd., Hull Alberta FRUIT BARGIi FRESH SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED RED HUNGARIAN PLUMS, FOUR BASKETS TO A CASE 2s best of condition and guaranteed. Per case, while they Cash and Delivered ONLY OF PEACHES Unwrapped and a little (in the green side. WhlUTiiifj list-- Gash and Carry Delivered 30 CASES ONLY OF RED PETfl PLUMS In peach boies and In best of condition, only tbe'v are nn (he i Email Cash and per case .'.......I 0C- NOW THESE PLUMS AND PEACHES ARE JUST AS-WE DESCRIBE-THEM. SO COME EARLY IF YOU DON'T WANT Bl TO BE DISAPPOINTED, AS THE FIRST COME, FIRST A FEW ITALIAN PRUNES, PhA CASE, Phone 1766 SUP1NA SON 230 13TH ST. NORTH Like other goods, have made big advances this summer. We are offering our present stock At Last Years Prices Fpiv CASH ONLY; UP TO OCT. IOTH The very latest shades and'patterns, in the' following X 9, and 9 x 12, At V PER RUG Only Two Dozen Left REMNANT PIECES OF UNOLEUM .v 'Wo have a half-dozen Marked yard Our regular consists of Scotch Inlaid Linoleum, Printed Linoleum in D. and E. quality, Feltol and Passage-Linoleum. Our stock is com- plete. C. G. Olander General Hardware. S24 13th St. ;