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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1919 TJJR LETJinmOGK DAILY HKHAL1J. PAGE THIRTEEN r LIGHTS and SHADOWS By F. S. VICTORY LOAN NEWS l-aiiy icolcrlug bank very Lualnesp- wish 10 a Liberty Loan Uond for my husliiui." size, I bellevu I have forgot- but he a flflcen Indianapolis Be: never made the ssnae blun- Jcr again. When newi gets slack down'la Ot- tawa the- correspondent turn ae a last resort to Premier Harden anil his reslsualiou which never comes off. A version of the old, story recently ijipcarcd. "I'rotouiiiL Integration" is Ihe way i (.'tncago Hiithor lar a dl- I'orce describes HIP l.nliliual condlllon. ol her wavwi.M husband. O. these liieriiry folks! What means to say ;f (.curst, was UiuL lie was hoiietcss- ly "lil up." BACONLET fA tragedy In act.) breakfast. present. Jatnea Consumer and bis wife, Jane. IB llile, Jamca." quit your kl4dtn', Jane." II 18 bac-ou." (Jttmei lamplen a small morsel and hiG (ace brightens.) you're a wonder. Hour did you do dear, I charged It. o( course." woman you're Jlufband CPU atcals bacon. PATTl'S VOICE IS HEADLINE There muEl be Joy in heaven tonight, Causo I'aiU'B gone up there; Suppose the angels clasped her bands As sbe tread the golden Blair. Ah, ypg, Joy in heaven Thcro'f a new and wondrous A voice that thrilled Earth's millions AH ll Bang or Home. Sweet Home. And 'twill slug on still ui> yonder, A sweet, harmonious lay, Flowing oil through Hie eudless ages To tbe sun of the Perfect Day. WAYSIDE PHILOSOPHY Our notion of wasted Ihnc Is that by defeated candidates la explaining how It all happened. for tht Doubly-Saving and Double-Acting No Baking. Powder can be more more economical than. this. Paying a high price for a taking powder docs not guarantee you the best. High prices are sometimes impression they make. is doubly saving because it is sold at a fair price, and its double the bowl and the it a never-failing leavener. BuyingiEgg-Q in the larger sized tins is most economical for family use. Always follow the level teaspoonful to one level cup of well sifted flour. The Egg-0 Bakiag Powder Limited Hamilton, Canada w-i mffixfiw Ywri'theplate is 'UrtJi'i t: There is a smilo of satistsetion around the table after a meal o[ Catelll'n Heady-Cut. TbcTO is more food faluein CfttelH'3 Ready- Cut Macaroni than Melt or Cooks economical. Forsale everywhere. Over 100 different recipes In our Irts Illus- trated hook. Write for it, Baidf-Cnt .TlT The C. H. Cateili Co., Limited MONTREAL QCIBiC Wff mm SHOE POLISHES A Great Home Shine ik pltasant or you'll soon looX Pep la tho Bluff success is made ol. Sbermaa zald thai ''wuj Is bell." 1 (he war ve are uow Lnteresled In, worer, on high prices. It la reported that Henri Bourns5a enter (bo Catholic njoflk. Tbere arc those fn Canada 10 TV 111 always remember Uourassa 43 a than as a Jnouk, CQ thoiigh lie 4ves bcly It !a never loo laie lo mend. THE DEACON SAYS FL'B alright to have "Welcome" rel- ated hi preliy letters over llio urch door, bui unless ii U backed up llio con grog a i ion it Isn't worth ine. "Truth In adveriUlug." ap- tes to tlic ctiurcli aa as Lo Ihe y Eooila store. AU tbo hogs aren't In cold storage, ,gely remarks a contemporary. Nor the pern either, It tnigbt bo roftrm- "FRUIT-A-TIVES" Conquered and Retired Kit Heallk alue Box LIQUIDS AND PASTES FOR AND OX- BLOOD (DARK flROWN) SHOES TrfC COffPOaftnOuS SOCIETY NOTE thbriJKe 13 lo bare a JI. robe EooLi. These affairs are popular Ibis season, C. L. really i Order of Justice Curran Made in Connection With Old Scandal OUR WEEK-END POME ha Whites and Ihe llcds arc in the ring. For (ho grand old game is having its (line; he Sport Scrllic rclngs on. bis ihrone today s lie dopes out ihe stuff on iho Ijlgleague fray. a plorious game. Say, it beats the banJ Jt pulls at tbe heart of tha whole durri ail and mother and staler Sue Brotbir Jack, and tLe baby, .I! watch Ihe score witb tiread and Isope. Then spen-J hair the nlghl areading (he dope; ind then, by Jlnke, it soea lo tbelr heads And all they can see.SB Heds, MR. ROBERT NEWTON. Little DHLS oVOr.C.B. "I ins a tcrriblo suiTerer from and CoTistifitiiion for years. I had pain ofler eaticj, brlcliinj constan t an d Ui J not sleep well at oighi. I much weight goioj from 165 pounus to HS 1 bccaQia alarmed and sair scvcml JocLora irho, however, did me no good. Finally, a friend told me lo Iry tFruH-a-tii'tit. In a. improvement. Tho conitipalion was corrected'; and Boon I -was free of pain, headaches and that' miserable reeling that accompanies Dyspepsia. I continued lo lake this splendid fruit medicine and now I am strong and HOBEHT NEWTON. We. a for trialsiie 25o. At all dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fmit-a-tivej Limited, Ollavi. WlNXIPBti. Oct. given today by Justk-e Curran orders Thomas II. Kelly, ihe contractor, to pay Lack to the government ol Manitoba tbe ajnounl decided by the board of appraisal as having been received by him in overpayments in connection wltu the contract for the Manltoki parliament buildings, with Interest at. 5 per cent, from July 1911. The decision was made upon [ration lo appeal hy Thomas H.' Kelly against ihe ruling of the board of appraisers, composed of Ilohert MacDonnlu, umpire, of Montreal; S. C. Oxton. deputy minister of public works, representing the provincial government, and H. J. Burt, represent- ing Mr. Kelly. The contractor had charged miscon- duct on Ihe part of Sir. Macbonald Jn that documents were produced before tbe appraisal board by Mr. Oxtoa which had not been shown lo Ihe rep- resentative of Ihe defending firm, it was also alleged that -Mr. Oilou had acted improperly in presenting evi- dence. Justice Curran, in his judg- ment, stales lhal be Is unable to flad any evidence of legal or moral miscon- duct on the part of the representa- tives. MONTREAL CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH MOVrrtEAb, Oct. children were burned to dealn, yesterday In Ihelr home In St. Henri when, during the absence of their mother, they tried lo put kerosene into the kitchen v stove, Ihe oil catching lire and. The victims are. o Jeanne and Henri Lussler, 12 and 10 years old, respectively. Judgment By Justice Lancton Says Prosecutions Arc Drought Too Late Oct. to evidence submitted hy C.-F. MONTREAL, Ocl. Judgmer. of the Itannard Shoe com- hlch will, for the present at least, pany. at today's' silling ol the board holtl in abeyance several .thousand of commerce, a gross profit amountiuj; irosecutions laken by the military almost 50'per cent. Is realized un thorilies against alleged evaders ot; every pair of the highest priced Ihc Military Service Act In.the and American men's and women's real district, was rendered this morn--shoes sold by his company. Of the by Judge Uincton In the police lwOp Canadian i manufactured shoes court. This Judgment was given In bring in slightly baiter relurns, there the case in which T. Levassetir was ro duly Ho: pay, although the charged by the military auLhorities .manufacturer's "price was shown to'ba bavins evaded the Miltl.iry Ser- vice Act draft' by refusing to report for military service- during July, 19IS. The charge was originally dismissed by Judge Lnnclon some weeks ago on C the ground that it -.vaa prescribed by' w.. according Lo the criminal code, more than six months having expired since the date of tbe alleged offense. Some days liter the military authori- ties represented by Luclen tjgher. That the cost of sboei to the public ?rill be under government control neit was intimated by Harry Whlila, tho cross-examining attorney, when he said: a "Never mind worrying about whnl shoes will cost next year; wo will have something lo say about that, Mr. Ran- nard. It is the cost price and selling price now that.ira ivanl." September of iapt year exlended Ihc period in which prosecutions could he undertaken to n reriofi 'nf Iwo' years. Judge Lane ton took llio case under advisement and today again rendered Judgment, upholding his original deci- sion that offcnsts prescribed In law a till ihc charge against Lecasseur was dismissed.- The case is being appeal- ed. attacked Its decision on, the ground i Mr_ ntinnard on Uie that an order-m-cm.ndl riiinng I when that shoe men nit Ihcir prices upcn a slock already n the ,'slore ivhcn Ilicy become cog- nizant of an advance which "was ;hrealenlng manufActurera' prices. The wilncss Justified this practice .0 the commission on llio ground that the retailer had to make Ihe ahift to et more capital wilh which lo swing ,hc next pure tins e at the larger out- y- Ot chief Inlerest (o women wag a classy black buck high shoe costing 519. This shoo is mi American pro- duct, and laid down In Winnipeg cos La the Rannard company 11.74. Profit of 66 2-3 Per Cent. For the men, a Canadian shoe cost- ing the consumer' was of chief in- IcresL, The pale price o[ this shoe showed a gross profit of GO 2-3 por cent. f Prior lo Ihe adjournment of Ihe Mr. Whitla made Lnc nnnounce- mcut that the inquiry Into boots and TOliONTO. Oct. Sir Vllliam Hearst returned lo duty today the south. Ho dcclineil Sir dam Peck and his proposed stand n the London nomination or any cor- esponrtcncc which hart passed ivcen him and Sir.Adam, Conservative Candidates TORONTO, Oct. James Wallnco anil It. C. Schoflcld were sel cclccl as the Conacrratlre candidates or Southeast Toronto last nlghl. "homas Hook. M. P. P., E. P. Jonca, M. P. P., wero renomlnated, but with- ew. 'At (he ConsprvnHvc convention In Vorthwesl Toronto. Hon.1 Thomas Crawford .mil lion. W. D. -ilcPhcrson, clolhmg would be laid over for anr olher, week, pending 'Lh6 arrival of Judge-H. A. Hobson from Hie east, He slated lhal Judge flobson desired to ba present himself at tho local In- quiry into these (.wo e la plea. P. II. London, was son- tcnced lo not ICES'lhan'throe months and not moro than lAo years In the Ontario Reformatory, for breaking Into Strong's drug The Aisocialed Board o Royal Academy of Music the Royal College of Music LONDON. ENGLAND. For Local Exanicatioci io Muiic in Bfitiib EM pi re HitMajitiytfuKing. H. R. H. Tim fnr.ttvfWal.t, K. G. The Annuil Ettminiuonj, toih Pmiiul irJ v-.U bE held thioucboal Cuidi u PRACTICALS-WirerJue, 1920 HoreB.Sir.8ti neil, April, 1920., Tn tn Sifv.r rMrJ.U .M rfnci InruiUr lira ScfcolinMp, wintici to url fni tujtiKi it one or cJiK Oit 3 j Thrii -t ni ef mujical tffidrnrr in iKt wcil Hi frquiitd for picptcilira, SjlliUi. puiiaiUri