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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBIJIDGE DAILY If Price Forced Higher. Won't Buy Railway Com mission is Told press companies tor uu increase in j rales amounting to not less than 40 I lie: ceut. of the lolls at present'ii> effect. j C'hlef ComruiSBloasr Carvel! remark- ted that It seemed to-lilm to lie a j tion of economics, whether Ifwis bet- Cor the people of the prairies to j bo supn.lled, with SB article of food ;less E w Ii C D i in e IIT._ meDt lor Eczema: and Irrili- I grado- He skfc-.-'Kauiplu tiox Jlr. OHM'S Ointment-free if.ym tarnlion Ihii piper send sticjp for rosui; r. We. i box; all dealers cr Umlted. Toronto: You tit. not i daughter of the village blacksmith whosfe 'cbtlage and forge are Just S'iibnlflstead. of Stowe Park, the Ten of 14 representative iudustries in. the.U.S.- sljowen a decrease ployes In 'August as compared July. with L. J. MacKinnon'of Moose Jaw. is naklng n short visit to.the town and district in connection with his' crop and land Interests here. What was at first supposed to be the Trans-Canada airplane passed over here about nine o'clock this hioruing, out'turns out to have'beeii-an Alberta- plane sailing westward A case of assault came up here at the courthouse last night Jackson, which .has aroused some lo- cal .Interest, the.plaintiff being a man otiJerniau extraction by the name of Bartlelt The platnllfi Is .said to have indulged In some remarks about the one of the defendants, and ac- cording to 'the evidence, the two de- fendants were charged with breaking Into, tho plaintiff's house and ass'ault- Ing-Jilm with a club. Judgment pie character as described above. order to be the first woman to "i.i A W. Me-1 rc-gisler to vote in Delaware, Mrs. Ida and A. Zanc Iu the sum ;of ?75 arnled a thermos bottle and costs Coriybeare, .Church andlcamped Iu front of the registration' for. tht.prosecul.cn, .11. 0. r0om at 5 o'clock id-th? rrtorning and the defense. Oon eaBlbouiii-p pom small portion of one joeats. The troubles of many a nervous wrack have beeu traced to his bad dietetic habits and a gradual cure effected by putting htm mi "baby food" aud slowly reforming his nutritional Increasing tha food much the same as'in'the case of the transi- tional feeding between babyhood and L-hiluhobd. Exercise is increased wi'.h the TEA Millions now use it to their utmost satisfaction thrown It. i MANITOBA GETS "A girl m a movie at MlKoa HIGH PRICE FOR BONDS! Dcl- wa3 hlt wlth a ot Uu rolling it Eho found it wan a pwfectl' WINNIPEG; Oct.'.H.-BondG to the ?6.blll.: A 5-ye.rrOld boy Hal amount of a million and a'quarter dril-. lirs were sold' the provincial ernruent yesterday and, a. high, price was j .The Coi and TCchJs-Dickey compaiy of Minnb-: apolls toot six per cent, bonds-at'9y.75S all payable in' United States fuuds. and the Wood Gundy .company