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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta "PAGE FOURTEEN' THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, OCTOBEH BSLFAU Son of a Warrior Part in Last Battle. Be- tween Crees and Bloods a terrible slaushttr it tie Cress vl'O, tiesctading oa them from tiip Little Bow illver while the Bloods were suffering from au ryldeiulc of u'l'all- pox.'raet a parly of Iho latirr by yrosent traffic brijlri; annihilaicil them." Thr.Iiloods HI ur'iler th? leadership of Jerry totts, and cam': ha-.'ii on the Cn'is. Seating tuam-vith .wlist. IV.1'LOW Chlst.ol tUHespiQ fcas today a vbich- b.3A. sohs inj n Ho survived itU ths iu3l-i of bis family, Ibo only one of, whom alive at the present time belug ,1 iniairled daughte-rl As Usual Started Walking On the Railway Tracks, Where Cop Nabbed Him Farmer Appears in Court at Warner and Compelled to Meet Liabilities A Ujne-ioaorsd Indian lias Just j aivay in ihe CaiiioIIe Mission tf tlie.-IJlood lleseri'e, at tlie ripe age 4 17 years, In tho person or Wcisel a niinor, Indian chief. He died siti the esteem of his tribe, the v Bloods, and of all white men who mew him, la worldly goods h? possessed of many horses and cattle and had a farm on the Belly River. knpsvn as Weasel's Crossing, whpro first white men crossed on going Reserve. rue late Chief Weasel Fat was i.hp ion of a warrior chief. He look part IE the last batllo between the- Indian irijjca. that of Ihe Crees against tho Bloods, ivhicu terminated in irldge in Ihe year 1SG9-70 at site Is now the htgh level coal Uiuio In this fight Bloods made O. B. U. INFLUENCES ARE ON THE WANE In spite of tho of Messrs Ersy-ahd Christophers in the city, everything is quiet in the local mines. One thoroughly in touch with the nituation says thsl the. Influence of the O.B.U. with the has greatly weakened during, the last three months and many had cut" off affiliation with the organiratlon. of. the U. M. W. GT A. are. meeting the men throughout'tHe district. David Cliafee, 32. of Ournsso. Mirh., described as a physical giant, had his neighbor, lloht. Dailey, 74, arrested for assault and battery. Chi'tee charges Bai'sy hit him in tho eye during an argument. In Ihe court at Waruer on Octobo.- 'table iu Ihe various escayadcs ou the movie j IHdson of Ihe A.P.P., O. H. was 'screen. There is bis New! taught to remember that ho to fUavtyn ,or at least wa: Charles Chaplin is not the gentleman of the name who figures! 3rd, on the icfoimallou of Coostabl ou the movie IHdson of Ihe A.P.P.. G. H. tf wa New! taught to remember that ho t for he is at i what was owing the. municipality Your safeguard is the name r -j This is the genuine 'tea of all teas'. If you do not use Salada, send us a post card lor a tree sample, stating the price you now pay and if yoti use Black, Green or Mixed Tea. Addreks Salad a.Tofonto "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayer Cross" j tis. Joint P.iina, nnd Pain generally! Always Iray an imlirpkon pacliage i .There is oiily dtc OTURDY1 little. Blockings for sturdy little legs, dainty litlle stockings for dainty little fcgs, clastic little stockings for active little legs, All that is neccsr rsary in style, finish and durability U combined in Pcnmans Hosiery for children. Hbsiery STANDARD Ptnw.tir.i t'.v.fad, Parlt of TJS fined 525 with costs for driving u motor car without a 1920 licet'.so. Con- stable Ilidsoa pointed out to the court that there had'been a previous eou- victlon against the accused in 1919. D. McClure Boyd. of Dayton, was fined ami costs for having a slot machine m his pool room con- trary to lite law. The. madihie was. confiscated. For shooting at Tyrell's Lake with- out a license, Samuel Coombs was fined f5 ami costs. STOP LOOK and LISTEN contain _ scientists claini for that the words isiwt sufficient proof that fheu Tescntea to DCV Our chemist but lasge cjuantities of it inside. MAGIC BAKING POWDER -Contains No Alum Pure Economical TWO BURNED TO DEATH IN HOTEL HRE HUNTING TON, Ore., Oct. liam Travers; division eugluoer of the Oregon Short Line and Roy Cornc HUB, motor car machinist of the same road, both'.o( Pocatello, Idaho, wcro bill-nod to. clc-atli last night in a lire .irhich ilcstrayoil tlio hotel, at .Robin- ette, Qregoii, forty mllos.xlawu Iho Snake.river SUSPENDED REGULATIONS WASHINGTON, Oct.: luter- Stato Commerce Commission suspended until February 2, proiioBed rules and regulations of railroads In the south recjulring the prepayment of freight charges on cotton and.cot- tou Hutera in ed States to points In Canada. A thief who :attended: a Grand Haven, Mich., church walked out: with a collection box containing J20. F A nevr order has issued and The. meeting of the representatives of the union of .civic employees with the Mayor and Com miss ion ar: ranged for .Jlonday afternoon at .the city-council chamber, postponed; for a date to be uaineil. This wjs1; due minors In the city mine not having a decision as to the proposal made to them by '.be council as to a compromise in tho raise pay and retroactive pay. so as to make the line of credit.obtain- ed by the city go round In meeting the claims of aH tUe employees. The de- lay in the minors coming to a decis- ion as to'accenting the terms is that they, have not. yet hoard from Cal- gary from the central minors' "offices as to "what they'should do. of 12 tablets, cost but rger ".WaVcr I Is lu effect in relatioD to tiie impos- ing of customs' dues on jrcportcd articles. This relates to the valun- _ lion of these goods on the current irate o[ exchange instead ot tho (ixed i relative values in regard tcTUio, Can- Itidiai) dollar. The order atfecU.fill goods imported 'from Europe v.'here tbo depreciation of has place. U does not to tliP j British sovereisnj which Tor purposes .Is still valuexl at ?4.S5 -2-3. j When the value of any currency has jbeen iiroclaimccl .by ihe 'governor-in- j council, collectors of customs arc to J compute Ihe value for duty according ;to the rate so ordered. In ease oi countries where .business or export !a on in paper, currency (heroine market .value of the goods exported may be shown in terms o[ the paper currency in to the standard eoius. Ths- governing "value of the "goods purposes the home market tnlue- in tbo tenrs of the standnrd currency of the country cf export, %Vhen the value of Ihe currency has j not been proclaimed '.here shall be ir.Uachcd to' the Invoice of imported the certificate oPsonie con jsiil, resident in such or conn- the true value of tho cur- ;roncy at the time the invoice made as coiiijrared witli the sl.indarrl dollar of Canada, v HARVEST WAGES NEBRASKA OMAHA, wages. tn Nebraska averaged 10 cents per hour' loss this, year than last, ac- cording to estimate'by1 A. "E.-'Aiirf-11 erson of tht U. S. of crop. estimates. f "In the ;Nebraska wheat har- vest wages ranged thfs year 50 to 70 cents per he said. "The average approxi- mately 6E> cents per hour. Labor .plentiful in most counties. This had a tendency to lower wages. Last year, harvest wages ranged from 50 to 85 cents' per hour and in some cases .the rate was higher. The average might be placed at 70 Our Newest Arrivals Reflect the Last Minute Changes in the Autumn Modes 1 f t It is their variety has given so wide a popplaiity to the wondrous assortment of types included in our fall which presents to every woman her oppoitmiity of beconnng attire in the assurance that every garment is of the utmost Buy only "Diamond Dyes' Kach of '-Diamond Dyes" contains directions F.n simple that ai y woman con tllamoml'dyo worn, shabb} sHIrls, wnists, coats, gloves, stockings, sweaters, draperies., every, i thing, r.-cot, silk, linen, cotton or inixeil goods, rich, fadeless colors. Have druggist show .you "Dia- mond Dyes. Color Calgary Woman Estimates That 521.48 a Week is Absol- utely Essential OAI.GAIIY, Ocl. Me- Williams, president of.diu Women's! Labor I.rague hofore the opening session tit the minimum wage hoard of Inquiry this morning with an ilcMfzetl bmlgct asking for a Imiini vngo of n which she claimed wan absolutely necessary to a.working girl who tlr'ely self-suiiportlnx to Iivi3 decent- ly. To Ihc objections raised Iiy sev- eral employers who were present: tiiat many young womon not I lie able to give service commensurate [wilh.Buch a wago Jlrs. McWIlliama rcidlud (hat those nimble to grvo sum- iclenl service would bo and (forced liacli inlo tluisc channels of 'work Tor which lliey fitted which would probably liavr: of j solving (he-ilomcatlc help nroWeni. TO PROVIDE RELIEF FOB STARVING CHINESE TOnONTO, Oct tit Presbyterian ami Anglican churches met bere yesterday to consider what action ahduM'be with reference to tho'famino In CiiltiH, where millions are faring slarvMloii. It was decided to organizo a Canadian C'hlnn rcllof committee tc (he opening of a Irnd. CASCARBTS "They Work while you Sleep'' I What Do You Purchase when You Buy a New Coat? Something becoming within-the price you wish to course. But how about the wear oi; The many months to J come when you want that coat to be just as hand-' as presentable, just' as 'fashionable: Those are the' tests by .which our patrons realize the quality, the care in style :selectiQhj-and the v fairness in such excellent'coats as these for- ypui-selection today. A wi de se le ctipn of p ri ces and every pne a n exc lus ive style.- r I'ccl fine ri5 ;i! l( bilious, sallow, .or U .vein have n t-otil. an wsol-'elomach, or Ija'l ('Hsrarets tonight for yniir livr ;ind (Hul.w'ohe lip and Tit. No grip- fiif hirdiirciileiinc. Children love C'ascarets, too. JO. 25, f.O'Cfints. ATTRACTIVE HAIR I ODO f.mnot fie atfracllrfl If Iho I fair Is dcarl, one v.-liote lialr brlsllos with life and licallh. attrattg attention. To havft bcraullful hair, nso tiilcnn" French Iliilr Tonln. It niahfis hair fairly bristle, a beautiful, Don- sticky, perfumed hair tonic. a bottle. Sold by Sydney .lack- son, I'rcatriptmn Specialist. Pbnno iilil. Aeyoss from Aloxandra hqfel.-- Smart Coats for School Wear Strongly .si'QH sc'.vn, of materials that coniljinc hard, weur witn attractlvo color- Ings (mil slylcs, Sweaters .Sole Agents -for ''NEMO" CORSETS color c ns in toe combine fai- lures to make models in Sivealor-wear suit- able forevery occti- YLANP -and company- ;