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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta -i 1920 1'HE LETHBSIDGE DAIL7 HERALD MOTOR LORRY FELL TO A DEATHTRAP Tuobemrry Raid must rites the Sfcite of Mind Under Which OTBLItf. Oct. officials Hba'haYe Investigated the dirnmttaii- cca of tto raid on the village of Tub- bercnrry, late Thursday night have ta Dublin Castle there declare "illus- trates the slate of mind under which reprisals' This report was written Tor the Information of the- authorities and was not Intended for' publication. Tho motor lorry carry lag a squad of policemen "Icclndlng Brady and O'Hara, who were killed during Thursday evening, fell Into what Is desi-rlbid a; a death trap. Rring'from1 art "elaborately prepared assailants of the sold- iers used einan'dlnz .When two .motor Idrrjr-'partles of police and soldiers .enlerSd Tubbercurry from Sllgo, the men'found Brady's body an the barracks-floor and O'Hara In a room nearby meaning with sjreat pain. -Tie reports declare the police and soldiers niitcJ cat sad the next miu- ula sounds of shots .and of doorg being baUrjfed down were heard. The writ' er of the ho "appealed to the men.ovef and'over agate to desist but theyj were simply mail with pass- Ion, and; restraint and discipline1 was thrown to' Ih'e winds." after great trouble, the offic- ers were Induced to re-eiiter their lor- i iep. they dashed off in tho direction creameries which were later destroyed.X- 1 Returned the Men DUBLIN, men kldnap- 1 ped at Llsdoonvarna, county Clare, on September. 20, were returned Tues- day night to .Hie where they were captured. Two men, Coles, a member of tho pensions ministry: and commercial traveller, were the two inch and they were uninjured. MOST WONDERFUL SHORT TRIP FLEET IN WORLD Quebec and Montreal; the world's largest and passenger steamers call for cargoes. Ninety per cent et the ocean going vessels could traverse the Great Lakes It tho Well- and Canal and the St. Lawrence riv- er were deepened at a few pojnti, and tie ramaacf of would become a reality. Support of the Navy ioague cam- paign, which will ba Inaugurated for beginning October. 15 mvans encouraging national and Imperial de- velopment of this character. t s- _ Centenary Of The Church Of England In Western Canada Oct. To eeUbrate the centenary of the establishment of the Church of England In West Therefore International Finan- cial Conference Leaves Free Trade and Protection Alone BRUSSELS. Oct. re- garding free trade' and protection ware discusses by the committee- on finances today and the recommends tlons .made by them' to the Internat- ional financial conference which met today. International credit system based.on a pledge ol the products ol borrowing countries as collateral sec- was urged by the committee.. Tag-international trade decided the question o( tariffs vtaa a political one lliihi its Ju synod of RupertsUuid, which, embraces the whole of the prairie provinces and I tho Anglican clergy of Manitoba tu arrive the of this week. Commenclms next Sun- day the program of events will con- tinue for eight days and will comprise many features, devotional and blstor- leal'In, character....... Much' interest is centered upon the meeting of the house of bishops, ow- ing to the fact that the- Lambeth con- ference church union appeal will be one of tho matters' discussed. Dif- ference of opinion exists as to whether or not action will bo taken to formally place tho issued before the other ec- clesiastical bodies. Delegates expected :nomber around 400, among them hems-some, of the noted missionaries whS labored west during Its early stages. m -S Mill I and, consequently, not Ion. It advised, rd possible, and 3 soon as Economy and thrift are urgently re- quested by resolutions and govern ments and are called upon not to appropriate money not visibly coming in; The. reduction of floating debts Is demanded and it Is declared there sho'uld be no borrow- ings for other, than productive enter- prises. Finally m the reports of two of committees, complete peace Is declar- ed to be essential to economic recov- ery and the committees express the League of Nations to bring to an end tho wars now in pro- gress. Canada's.Great Lake steamboats makrc -un the most wonderful short trip fleet1.In the world. This fact: hag' been established to !he satisfaction of practically every naval expert, hut thia ia scarcely re- al Ited by 'the vast majority of Canad- ians. Riveri.throughout the world play a verjvImportant part.In the Marino industry, and ill Canada a chain of lakes' IB disposal..Those who think Winnipeg; is Mr Inland cliange thelri viewpoint slightly whfen they are reminded1 that Winnipeg is only 400 miles from Great Lake steam Iwats. Montreal and Quebec are coup: St. Lawrence river, .while Toronto anS the Great Lake ports'arc In touch with the'opah waters of the through the same artery of transportation. Canada has- also some of the finest natural harbbrsMn the Halifax and. St. John's WAR WIDOWS NO LONGER Re-Marriage at the' Rate of 2000 'a 'Month world, as well At CASGARETS "They Work while you Do you'.feel "tinder the Feel bilious.- constipated, headachy, full ol cold? .Cascarets tonlglit for your liver and bowels will'liavo the sun shlntngior you tomorrow. Walio up yonV; head, clear, stomach right, and skin rosy. No Children lore CascaretB'.too. 10, 25, 60 cento. Fashioned Jam First we get ripe strawberries the morn- ing they are picked. Then we cook them in small -kettles just as our mothers did at ,hom6. Quaker Brand Jam is Delivered Dominion Canners B. C. Ltd. HEAD OFFICE: VANCOUVER, B. C. Market for Parasols on Ells- mere Is! and-When ii is _. V 'Settled (Montreal ;Gazette.) On Elismere ine great do-1 main' which 'marks Canada's north- most projection, over one thousand miles, within the: circle, the earth in summer: is plentifully he: decked, with Bowers. The'dandelion and poppy are as conspicuous there as in the peopled parts of Canada, and there Is Juet ;luinrlant a grassy vegetation. ,If there, is anovr there, one to'flnd jt, and as-for mnet travel sonth'to Columbia, to see theni. There was a time when glaciers .did exist In those 'horthern regions! hut the glacial age-Is just as redtete there as it'is in Mr. 'Vilhialniur Stefansson, the ei- plbrer at tho Place Vigor last evening, waii'lnVnioocI, as he snggestedi to he in his tion ito-.JIft the yell of superstition which Las hidden this Trondsrland of the north, and which has been Inter- woven with the popular conception of Arctic exploration; Ita terrible hazards In the desert-of Ice, and the tragedy which has been written Into Its story. "How do you flald he, "that 1 could lite there snmnjuonsly for five yenrs with seventeen men and 60 dogs, and find substance entirely in the re- sources ot lf.it were.not a land of naturnl And during that time, I would remind you, that wo never missed a menl'nnr lost a dog." Highways to the Pole, Mr.-Stefansson heartily agreed with a crjggcstlon that Canada's northern empire has an immeasurable contribu- tion to Tuake to ttie world. The rC' ported discoveries of oil north ot Edmonton, and-the attention which is being more and more direct- ed to exploration for; the Hidden re- sources of. the country are! In his opinion, but leading to the time when a very considerable part of the world's supply ot meat raised on tho grazing lands, within and: Arctic circle, and 'when'settlements ol people will find life, not only endur- able but congenial along the highways leading to the pole. Ellesmcre Island, Mr. Sfefansstmj pointed out, is considerably larger than England, and It Is but ono of n groat group which seem to, suggest, on the map, as having projected the American continent Into Greenland. It was amongst these Islands that a con- siderable part of Mr. SlefansEon'a ex- plorations were made, and the way In which he met the suggestion that they were Ice-clad regions was to picture a kingdom ot flowers, 250 kinds In fact, ot the same varieties found in nut Inhabited latitudes, and as many more of othe'r varieties that are per- mitted to thrive Iri a temperature that ho has seen, running to 90 or there- abouts In the shade: Around the mouth of the Mackenzie It goes to oven 100. In fact, there are temper- atures, within the Artie circle, which promise a market for parasols In the days.of civilization there to cotno. Mr. Stefansson. who is. In the city on a business trip, Intimated thai he had nothing of nn exploratory naturd In al the present time. War widows are re-marrying In large numbers. At what rate these marriages are taking place is shown by the. official figures given hy the'Ministry'of Pensions, for pen- sions are withdrawn on the re-mar- riage, ol: widows.- The figures are approximate. Of officers' dows to whom pensions were granted there still remain 0700, and they arc marrying at the. rate of ten a month Pensions were giveV to men's are-'still', receiving them, and they are marrying at the rate'of 2000 a month, so that, if the rate'continues, all will; be re-marriei by the end of 1927. Grand Bend has lost one of Its .old esj. citizens In tha death of J.' Mol lard, age'd 91 years. --1 The Liver Is the Road to Health U the liver is right the whole system is better off. Carter's Little Liver Plllj awaken your sluggish, clogged up liver and re- lieve constipa- tion, stomach trouble, inac- tive bowels, loss of-appe- tite, sick head- ache and dizziness. Purely vegetable. You ceed them. Girls! 'SAve' ,Y6ur Make It Abundant! FERNIE ELCCTOR9 ALMOST UNANIMOUS (Special ti) Tho Herald) PEUNIF5, Oct. special elec- tion held yesterday tor ratification of the bylaw empowering tho council to close tha contract with the Albcrla and British Columbia Power and Light Company to supply Fornlo wilh power from, Its Dull Jllvor Power riant for lighting Ih6 town and to supply power was ratified by a voto ot 135 (or to 6 'it In hosiery and gloves, neckwear and scarfs, corsets and brassieres, small- wares, ribbons, trimmed hats and outer and under garments of every de- scription ca'n best be met at Clarke's. No assortments within your reacH as arc here presented for your judgment and approval, and for we can auure you of savings of 10 to 20 ger cent, on many lines as compared to prices on similar qualities you will see in many stores. TRIMMED HATS IN TWO SPECIAL SALE LOTS Lot No. I-SIMS LotNo.2-J All new hats, worth up to All new hats, worth up to 330.00. We are unable to get a millinery saleswoman, so we are making the hats to sell themselves. All are .trench one of a kind. Immediately after a "Danderine" massage, your hair tatoes on now life, lustro and wonilroua beauty, appear- ing twice as heavy and plentiful, be- cause each hair seems to fluff- and Don't let your hair slay life- less, colorless, plain or You, too, wont lots of long, strong, beauti- ful hair. A 35-cent boltlo of .delightful "Dahderlne" freshens your ecalp, checks dandruff flnd falling h'alr. This stimulating "bcntity-tonic" gives' to thin, dull, fading hair that youthful brightness and abundant thickness All ATTENTION TO YOUR HAIR If jour hnlr Is falling out, II it Is turning groy, II the Ufa has gone from it, you c.in bring it back, by using Tho< French Tonic Delmays "Vlfalene." It makes hnir grow, gives tono and life, daintily perfumed, It Is not n dye. Trice in Canada, n holtlo. Uso no other. Sold Iiy Sydney Jackson, Proscription .'Specialist, Phono. 3Gi. Across from AteMKlra tisement. HANDSOMELY TAILORED SUITS ,rtnert of Serges, Gabardines, Trtcottnes, Broadcloths, Velours, Silver- tonVa, etc. Colon brown, reiaiter, UUM, grey, navy, burgundy, black etc. SUcu to U, RICHEST FUR TRlffllED SUITS M65 Beautiful gannenta, every ono of them, made ol very best velours and broaddotha In colors navy, brown, .reindeer, taupe, trimmings Hudson Seal, taupe, opjKiEsmn, etc.; splendid range of all tliB wanted sizes. 1 Coati' that are among the popular sellers and pronounced by woraeu irha have looked 'round ts the very best values to be had anywhere. ..Made ot pure wool polo cloths, sllrertoncs and Telours In colors brown, tan, reindeor, taupe, pey, blue, etc., and shown In a big variety of stylos'. COATSttL BE POPULAR THE FINAL CLEARANCE of all Yard Goods with greatly reduced 66c Velta Flannel L.....49c Cretonnes Cretonnes .94c Cretonnes Cretonnes 76c Curtain Marquisette 56c Curtain Marquisette.. 75c Curtain Marq'te.'l94c Fancy Floral'Linings, Dress Goods Dress Goods Velveteens Velveteens 94c AND WE CGmFLETE SKOWiriG fN PLAIN 4 NEWEST CRUSHED eFFECtS. Plain black, black with bearer plush collars and cuffe, tatert crushnd" plushes in tnn, mole, pfe, grey and. various other, colors, self or "fur. aasortmcnl, strongly featuring, the short sports models which are in moro popular demand than ever tfeIB'season. A WONDERFULLY terete SIwWlNG of DRESSES .Serges and trlcotlries, dqcbease and messelaine silks, natms and foulnrda, gsor- getle etc. Hasily double the variety from .which to clioosB that ws.have featured other Beasona and every one right up to tite present mluuie styles in pleats, Eton jacket and over drape effects. Sizes up to 43. Dr Jaegers Pure Wool Underwear again for sale in our Underwear Section Attcr an Interval of several Buasons wo hare again been able to procure 'this lluo ot ladles' nnd children's'pure wool unclerwear and selling prices are the same njHii ether, cities all over Canada. UNION for boys' or girls' wear, all sizes 20 to .32. Priced at 50, and up to UNION fin- est of pure wool, white, in 'following styles: LOW shoulder, Imee or ankle HIGH length. Complete New Stocks of Gossard Corsets now ready for your selection You will not find the right corset by casual shopping. The right corset of today knows correct body proper- tions and an unconscious grace that gives no impres- sion of corsetry in the finished silhouette. Wo recommend nnfl guarantee Gosaard Frott Corsels as tho complete expression of modern coraolry. A model for every figure at price to suit every purse. Full and com- plelo range of slzca to 36. Velveteens .S2.07 All other lines similarly '.'i.'1'..iijs.-. reduce'd. ooo For Friday-Saturday on which you can tare many COAT SALE 25 garments worth to Pure wool polo cloths, veloure, chin- chillas and smart and becoming styles; colors brown, rein- deer, burgundy, blue, green, taupe, etc. Sizes 16 to 44. WONDERFUL VALUE AT THE PRICE. SUIT SALE Special Two Day'Sale Splendid grade serges, a few twcedi and worsteds ID tho lot as well, colors navy, black, burgundy etc.; alzes It to 44; very special values for two days only. DRESS SALE Worth up to Serges, Jersoyn, duchesse silks, taf. fetas and ab6ut a ecoro odd lines to clear out In two days at bargain, CLARKE CO. 6143rd Ave. S. ;