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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WANT WHEAT BOARD Only Two Days Left lo Appear Before Revising Officer for Referendum Vofe KEtilXA, Oct. 7.--The Sas- katchewan supporter; ol the new national policy unanimous- ly passed a resolution at tali morning's session of their an- HU2! i-QEYfotton hepa strongly recommending immediate rein- f.Steiuent of Canada Wheat Hoard. All the locals in the province .will be advised to ser.J telegrams to'OUawaurg- in; this polut. A delegation was appointed to lake a copy of the resolailoa and present ii Ui Hoa. J. A. Calder, who is town. SALEOFPM that used In typhoid ferer (which must not pe confused with the luore malignant Th8 patient should bo Immediately Isolated and ihe apartment fumigated after re- moval or recovery. 11 LET JUDGE The early reports published regard- ing the registration of voters proves to have been very misleading in its declaration that the electorate gener- ally lai-ked interest in the referendum. Official Hits arriving at headquarters .prove that the people are keenly alive to tbe issue and aro taking a deeper interest in tie. vole than has been manifest in any previous election. in some towns cities 90 per .cent, of the.electorate has gtelfcrcd ami in no town uv city in Alucrla has registration been less than GO per ceut. ol Advisory Board'-Will' Pass Merits; Special Stamps to Be Affixed i ly controlled. Such fron, a legal firm. ntemaVueo may be sold alj- The :StocV, which prior to January 1. 1S24, Sieved to bo worthless, The survey of the.boy life of I.eth- iridge is in full swing and all the trirt'. This "is" a "remarkable Showing iioarns are well manned and right oa and when it is recalled that the jcu and considerable canvassing method -employed in registration is a olreadv seen done. 11 the canvas- departure from historic methods, that j Into i-ltect by which the sale of pat- i ent or proprietary medicines will more rigidly controlled. oines for in any ticno prior iu jauucu? j, whether registered and licensed uu- rter the 19J9 act of rioT, provided that ibey have been passed .by the advis- board ns sufficiently medicated j >u to prevent their use as beverages? but for thjj sale o! medicines intended I for external use a special "stamp will 'hereafter bo required. The .written consent ot tho federal MOVIE THRILLER IN REAL LIFE; ONLY THING. VILLAIN j SPRINGFIELD. William Poach, 33 years old, a newsboy o( Springfield, today is celebrating riao from an industrial homo iu the state lo wealth and" ease, nnd is won- onjderiug how it all happened. I Yesterday, so to speak, h'l was sell- ing paperg.'and today he I i undecided the car he will buy. "JIos" Mme.lo wealth through the medlnm of the oil ganie, although he his fortune until tho flrst check for came was given to Faacti'several years ago. N'hie years ago Kaach rescued eleven- Mary Roberts from a burn Okla., and won the friendship of the family. J. J. girl's father, deed- department of health is also a condi- tion under the new and all "medicines thus approved, mast have stamps atfiie'd to the.lr .wrappers or bottles b'eing offered for i many persons now having the "aven't called on you yet they I sale. The.stamps ..may. be secured chise will vote for the first time and i will before Saturday. .have felt shy at taking Ike oath lie-, there has been'a little rnisuuder- fore a rgistrar, the reports are proof standing re'tho financial relation of iroiu tbo local food and drug 'inspect- "positive of a people's interest. Many persons have been faced byi serious difficulties, as iu the case ot women whose-husbands are away from' home and have locked- up for sjafe keeping ,their naturalization pap- :era and whu must produce.these pap- ers before they" can have their names added to the roll Yet it is Astonish- ;lng how rniny of these have -made 'large sacrifices to secure registration. .-'The opportunity to register groii 'less and .less. There remain but mornings. Friday and Saturday, '.when eligible-persons may register since Ike court of revision opens at 10 a.m. and closes as- soon as the "little group oh hand has been disposed it behoves all wishing to vote to .-get." busy and line up at 10 o'clock in ,-tte morking. at the court houso and 'register. farmer seven miles from Pon- itlac, Mich., took: a load ot apples to "the could not sell them even at cents .a Tnlsbol. Next "day: a city f ;man drove-to farmer's place, apples hiriself nnd paid J1.35 Wr them. churches to this co-operative which needs correcting. Xo church will bg_ called upon to take on as a church "any financial obllga- !on for their boys work. The money paid iu .weekly .will be paid to a treas-j nrer belonging to or interested in Ihe j bqys work of his church. He will be j at the "Y" on tlie nights that tbe boys from his church, are present and will keep a record, of their fees on cards provided for each boy. TJjus the boys will receive all their activities as a body from their church, using the priv- ileges of Thus tho churches a firmer hold on their boy life.' WINDSOR'S REMARKABLE GROWTH DURING YEAR remarkable growth In'the last year is best indi- cated by the increase In building. Ac- cording- to figures made public this afternoon-by Building Inspector Park- er the value of buildings erected dur- ing the Erst nine months of the year totalled as against 31C for the entire year 1919. fi Delicious in the Cup. no equal for quality and flavour. If you have not tried Salada, send us a post card for a irec Bample, stating ths price you now pay fcnd ii you V! ''use Black, Green or MiziedTea. ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR is MATCHLESS FOR ed the oil stock to Paach as .1 reward. Oil was struck on the land last month. And to put to his forlu'ne, Faach said today that he was to marry the girl on October 24. Toronto snd York Liberals are keen for general- election. Before the Appellate Division ol Supreme Court at Calgary on Tuesday, a case reserved tor the opinion ot the Court by Xlr. Justice Simmons at the last-criminal assizes held at Lethbrldee.'was argued before Chief Justice Harvey and Justices Stuart, Ivcs and Beck. The question at Issue arose oat ot life trial of Fred Stayk, charged with, the theft of a barrel of whiskey at Coutts. .At the opening of the trial, counsel for Stayk asked tha Judge to hold a pre- liminary Inquiry into the value of the goods in order to ascertain if. they were over in value, !n which averit Stayk -would be entitled to trial by jury. Mr. Justice Simmons refused application hut reserved tie ques- tion, for the Court of Appeal and ad- journed the trial until the matter could.be adjudicated upon. sel for 'the Crown and the. iciilstiu SomMpr Biscuit TODAY trate, it was the duty of the presiding I LT.-COL. NASMITrl Judge at .the assizes to .hold.-a pre-1 limlnary inquiry, into the value of the! right to a .trial by jury. Tba Chief SEEKS CANDIDATURE --After argument yesterday by cbun-. Justice staled -that no formal judg- iiieul "would be .entered but said that the "court expressed the opinion that (tho opinion ot ;the court would -be in case like the one before It, where the Value of the goods was not men- tioned ia the charge preferred against the accused and did not appear Lrom the evidence taken before the Magis- Before the accused VORONTO, Oct. Mayor n-i.- m.i.i annoancei that lie had decided liot tp be the Conserv- ative candidate in Northeast Toronto iu the by-elecljou to fill" the "vacant seat In the legislature, ,U.-Col. Geo. G, Nasmith, aiate'd 'th'al he Is willing to accept the CohWrv- ative nomination If it-is offered' Ho him. to Mr. -Justice Simmous. Tho Crown, was represented _ by James Short, K. Calgary, and the accused by C. F. Jamleson, of Lethbrldge: da by order-in-coun. J. S. Dept. of Agriculture- Be- lieves Distilling Plants Will Be Common on Farms "if the present experiments .'being ndertaken by the United-States De- artment of Agriculture terminate satisfactorily, It won't he many-years jefore every farmer will his arm a full-fledged gasoline plaftl ca- able of distilling from wheat'straw ,11 the fuel he will require for his au- omobiles and farm says a recent bulletin.1 "According to -the Department ol Agriculture there is "gas enough in a on ot wheat straw, to equal-40: gal- ons of is .enough wheat straw going .io waste merest of the Mississippi fliver at this rate one-fifth the driving p'ower of all gasoline now periments BO far. .have eilended only to wheat straw. If are richer in carbon than wheat'straw, can be used, there art. enough stalks wasted in the. United States to. more thin equal 'all theVgasoline hovr'pro- dnced. There are also possibilities in sugar corn and refuse of .tlie' cot- ton, plant. "Wheat straTT Tvhen pat. through! the .same procesBjiiow. used .to. rnnko gas _out or soft coal, 'pTodu_ces a which' IB almost identical with; ilium- inatirJg gas, and during the war'all the London. omuibuses 'were' sucbessfulls' operated on as well' as a great many qf the'Jerrjes'at the front. Automoblies" been''tun with wheat the'motive This by carrying the gas in a bag. S I "The problem before'the department slls t.liR llniilfyjnf of 'the it' can be used antonio- bile tank. They, atjWork on a retort and gas container .which will be within the means of the ordin- ary farmer who has an automobile and other gasoline-driven' machinery." j It ii not how little you pay, but-what ypu get in xvear that makes our garments a permanent satisfaction. Pleats and Colorful Fabrics are Advanta- geously Used in Fashioning These PPI7TTV r 1 I The straight former seasons are most pleasingly softened by the addition of panel treatments, and embroideries with their light color combinations Which Have firmly established: themselves! in the: realm of fashionr These :we now showifpr the first time in a great variety.of fabrics' color .combinations. "We .cordially invite your inspection. 6READ AND PASTRYj Typhus and Its Cure (By Brlcc BeMcn, M.D.) NEW GOODS WHICH HAVE ARRIVED THIS WEEK WOOLLEN CAP5 AND SCARFS NEW pyER-BLOySES OF SATIN AND FULL ASSORTMENT OF'UNDERWEAR FURCOATS AND CAPES IN MOLE AND RUS- SIAN FITCH 1 NEW CLOTH SKIRTS y; NEW EXCLUSIVE SILK DRESSES REMOVED TO LARGER PREMISES To accommodate increased business we have moved to more quarters at 327 FIFTH ST., S. OPPOSITE EMPRESS THEATRE F.rt.WlLKINS SIGHT SPECtAtlST There has been some fear express- ed recently by leading health officers that the dread typhus, germ, hitherto j not dangerously epidemic in. .this country, may be brought here from the disease-stricken areas of Central Kuropo, where It is now raging (n epidemic form. Strenuous efforts'are being made to keen'the dread infec- tion out of this country since the dis- covery of several hospital cases. The conditions' ihosl favorable to typhus aro overcrowding and flllh.' It is therefore found In crowded and pov- erly-slricken areas. At the present lime weakened resistance among- Ihc population In Europe resulting from hardships endured during tho war has been found -to bo Jho most pplent cause of the disease by tho American Hed Cross and other relief organiza- tions-. The hoily louse Is the chief agont for IhD spread of tho.rlieeaso. Typhus la clmraclerizcd by ti fever which reaches a .maximum in .from two to .Ihree days, ending suddenly at the end ol Ihe.sScond Dulse is frequent and weak, tho tongue furred, the faeo dusky and the pupils of the eyes aro 'contracted In tho after stages of tha dis- ease dcHrlrim is likely lo sot in, often in a maniacal form, and irrgrave Ihero are often nervous dcrangomets, such comn, with open, Blaring eye A dull-red ernpllou .nppearz. on the fourth or fifth tlay, often ..including .a iholtllng called a Tho while corpuscles, the. smflil "po- liceman of the are greatly in- creased nnd.'aro very'" important In curing tho disease, 'ubcausn' t'hdy at- tack the typhus fjerms. The treatment ic Mich Hie same as fi J1 i: r1: "nn selected r or I heir Beauty The vogue of these coats, which are shown exclusively by us, follows the reputation of oui1 store for selecting; fabrics of richness and color best suited to the making of'gar- ments of beauty. For it is the beauty of your coat that gives-you pride in its possession. A wide selection of styles, cloths and prices make selecting a coat easy here. t WEEK-END SPECIALS CASHMERE HOSE Ladies" black cashmere hose, full and first quality. Size only. Vnlu.es worth to fl.75 pair. Wcek-End Special, pair V LADIES' UNDERWEAR LatlicB1 fall ftntl vrclgbt imderwcar, >tadc with lung sleeves and high neck. Drawers to match vestg. Beg- An ular JL60 each. WeeK-Knd Spoclal, each DRESS GOODS rialn colored dress goods, In assorted shades, These gooils arc suitable for ladies' and children's wear. Values OC "P to yard regular. children's wear. Wcek-End Special, yard LADIES' COTTON HOSE 200 pafrs o! ladles' fine whilo cotton hose, In dill fashioned le nnd rnarto with ribbed top which glras adiWd eular 50c raluo., Special, pair OUC STRIKED FLANNELETTE 500 yards of good quality atrtped nannelolte. Suitable (or nightdresses and underwear of nil kinds. Regular 40c to OfJ )5e value today. 'Week-End .Special............................. JUG-' CORSETS Disconttnued aiirl odfl pairs of good lifgli-class D A and Wnrncr makos, All goorl Tflluc and worlli AA tip to ond Wcek-Eod Special, fMr LADIES'COMBINATIONS Ladies' pure TYCO! combinations, rnadc by the well-known firm of Tilrnbulljfc Co, The style is sliorl sleeves nnd aukfc leiiBth. Vatacs .worth easily sail. .Week-End Aft LADIES'BLACK HOSE 300 pairs of ladies' Mtick cotton liosc. T.liose nrc seconds bill values worth 1n the regular as high as 68c. Weck-Bnil Kpcclnl.............................. 40c RYL A m...Aisin AND COMPANY- ;