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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. OCTOBER THB HfciKAL-D PAGE FREEDOM TO WHERE BASSOFF AND ACCOMPUCE BEFOOUSH of the of Our Dem- Attorney- nun uilding, Montreal 31 AUCTION SALE Horsey Cattle and Farm Machinery SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16TH AT 10 O'CLOCK !A.M; SHARP TON THE W. J. REDMON FARM i TWO MILES'NOHTH OF BURDETT JAJylES L. LARSEN, Auctioneer. rastitute-might undertake instructions by correspondence, to steam the evening I the largest of which Hevel' .her consideration '..upon the return stoke lHlaSls- from. the.Hon. George P. Smith, minister of education.. The delegation left wiih the Inten- tion of tnkln g .'ndvan taae p f the r res- 1919 i Hull UL l.lrvlllg .uula.'L. _..... provisions which enable -school ,5 hoards to supply this type of education JnJ In evening classes to adults. The City.'of'Lethbridgelalreaay has q.c such a class organized. 20S itthe present wo thousand five hundred portable nd traction .-.boilers in the. province tillable for use, and the oiler? number seven hundred and ortv located in three hundred and alrtyslx plants All the men in barge of these hollers must be hold- rs ot provincial certificates, obtained as the result of examinations cover The building; was. .nacked to the doors when Mr': King arrived to he greeted cheers" from the aiiillence. 11 WIFE'.'SECAUSE d poi or leg, SHE COOK DINNER NEW .jteniel Mcollk is'-.in the hospital nnd Daniel Moollk faces a charge 'ot because of a chicken Dinner 'ivhlch did nrtt malerialzc. According to .the police, Mopllk' admits he thraabed'. his 'wife tile buckle end jof a. strap when a chicken ng a w ide range ot practical, scien Dye It Right! "Diamond Dyes" Don't Ris.k Material in Poor Dyes that Fade or Run tiuEUiia uc ki rt'wi'-h t'rtB buckle end V I she refused.to cook .J'Sunday Wizard Oil a Safe 'Aid Treatment How often lockjaw, blood Soninjf, the loss of an irm or or sometimes even life. Us elf, from the neglect of a burn or1 little cntl Himlm's Wizard Od is a safe and effective first aid treat-. ffltnr.' It is a powerful-antiseptic; and promptly applied to 'wounds of this kind_ will. less eri': (he Manger of blood'poisoninff.- Keep it hafldy. .Wizard a prtp- ftrauon to hiTe fn iQFdlctaa (chMt for firrt aia wben Uia doctor mar bft far Awzr. It h and QOlcklr drlv-M out and Inflamma- tion li} cues of 'brtilFtj. 'cul.i. !iurnB. bites ana rtlnfa. Jurt aa reliable' too lor aim feot; colti canker aorw, earieho and tootliache. CeneropB ilto tollla If you'are troubled with concllpallon Or nick fcMdaclH try llhmllti'fl Wliarrl1 I.lTer Just plaojaat HttlQ plak E S1H3 at druseljt} fo: 39C. auaraclecd. Kach of Diamond Dyes coata'B" directions BO simple that an> woman vsorn shabb} skirts waists dressed coats gloves stockings, sweaters draperies thing, whether ifool, silk linen cotton goods, fadeless show ron DIa mo'nd Dyes tolor Card Buy "Diamond other kind uerfcct results are guaranteed oven It jou haVe'riOTer dyeJ before Druggist .hsa color card, showing II rich, colors. EittNBUHGH. lueiits appearing iu ScoUish news- papers .In'.yhicli ll.is.'pliargeil certain distillbr's clainij .in' substance, .their buslneas wliti, has greatly liicrease'ii'since the eighteenth amendment, to. the United States con- stitution w.ent. into eHect .will be brought to the attention of the depart- ment of justice at-Washington., i William .B. (rVissyfpot) prohibition leader, addressing- a :mcet: irig here last, night, .discussed those advertisements and asserted .he would, take action 'regarding them. He charged that if the advertisements told the truth, the distillers were "vio- lating'the laws of a friendly nation." WESTERN APPEALS BEFORE SUPREME COURT Niece of die'Iite President if the JJnited oiriior Kealik and Strength M Thideal Tonic For An Weak, Women GOODFp prepared} Nicely f. Moderately priced WMI mate thin" a'TiVoritc Tflth The Yale .'tit FIFTH ATREEf SOUTH George rt''. merly Phyai- oan and geon Mon- rnoulhMemor- ialHoipilalof New Jertev, EipUrasWhy Iron I> One of the GREAT. EST OF ALL 'STRENGTH BUILDERS roihlfig; ln so.effsc- tivefor helplpg AUGTION SALE FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS worfe flibgtng for soldiers that ah ortd and bad reco' Iron. Once tnoto n superb physical condition, Miss McKtnley nced that Nuxated Iron bftS no COMMENCING AT On the East Half of Section 10, Tp. 11, Range 21, being one 'mile south and five miles west of Iron Springs P.O. and 12 miles east of Nobleford. I gelding, G years, iveight l-IOOi'l'mare, 6 weight 1 gelding, 6 yenrs, weight U50; 1 8 years, 'Weight 1400; t U ycara, weight 3250; 2 heavy wagons; 1 wagon box; 1 'grain: tank, John Deere; 1 water tank, :14 hbls.; 1 water trough; 1 Iniildlo rhck; 1 Oliver gang. plow .1 wheel. rake, John.. Deere; set single ilisc' 4 seta drag harrows; 1 Van. 1 harrow- cart; I'tank'piimp; '1 Irbri about BO test ot pipe; 3 sets heavy doubla harness; 1 kitchen; chairs, kitchen cabinet, ...iua'ttresses; -nboul-200' bushels one slaclc of green feed; and many small articles too numerous to mention. One-half cash, Iralanco in 60 days on approved. notes. Amounts of anil under, cash. 5 per cent, discount on'cretlil jimour.ts :for cash. t PETER LAVALLEY, Auctioneer. 'A Care wf Howsley Land Agency, Leth bridge. OTTAWA, (Cananian the supreme court yesler- day afternoon argument was complet- ed arid judgment reserved In Kalick versus the king, a criminal appeal from the iSaskatchewan 'court' of ap.' peal. The appellant was found guilty 6f having'glVeii a'bribe to'a police- mail'as.an- inducement'that no ceedings should' be laken against htm iliicler the provincial temperance act1. He'declrires that Tie was found g-.illly errOTIeously and the 'supremo court'to reverse the 'judgment of trjo provincial court. Skcne' Versus the' Itoyal Urmk bt Canada, an oppenl from the Judgment of the nfitlsh Columbia court of ap- peal next heard. The'appejlants iverii the m'ain coiilfaclors for the col-.- slruclign of the Vancouver Hotel for the Canadian Pacific Railway und thn respondent is assignee for the Na- tional Iron Works who were tho gub' contractors. The question at issuo' IP whether the. respdmlent is cnlilletl to------------------------------- payment for cxlra Work done by lempdr arty lcfl wtrtM oiT lhaii