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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOURTEEN fHE LgTHBRTOGg UAILY HERALP TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 192Q One-Third Inch of Rain- Btoliday Was Quiet As Result reports received in bolt- without my difficulty. 1-leavy Rain at Taber (Special to The Herald) TABKK, Oct. ton mlnote epriaUe this morning, and calm, cloudy weather fclJowtes, were tho preluainaries to a s-bowstfjr the rain bestastnj; wtii a I drltile abonl 3 PJD.. srcwinc at cvejilnj appruched. A. vet night 'kridee tblt morntox .this city s (less than the remainder ol pro-i Uinde in Monday's bis Btorra. Cal- j teary and Biraonton. MedlcJJ? Hat j [and east of there, suffered with slett L'with the result that telegraphic com- fmunlcalion cast of tbus'e cilice today iSs demoralized. l Monday. brought Le'hbridge Its Jfirst snow storm. Thanfcsgiv.nj Doy Vss a result was quiet la lethbrldge. nThe sports of the high schools -were irun off In the Y.M.C.A. gym., the n. 'JC.M.P. grounds and JD the field be- i hit foilotred. tto rain. cimasins to ma snew, tad indkittoai at U p-a. fw a tonUauauee meet of nljht. Comtng Under Auspices of the Rotary Noted Cartoonist OTTAWA, Get clerk of the privjr council today received an informalIon from D'Arcy Scott on be- itweea tto Y.34.CA and tne> Masonic hall of the National Delry Council, 'tall. stating that the council, on behalf of 1 Thanksgiving Day usuaHr heralds in rsid on the: leathered but iifroni yery fer out. s.A few reports aro li clrcdition to- f day of snail bags of dicfci, the Urs- being 127 birds lor one party who south hear the border. Around ,'Taber some.raen'went out for did not-get any. _" j! Precipitation at th? Bjperinieatal Karm'aiHounted I o .39 of an inch and (the snowed! was 1 1-3 laches. The S temperature, "dropped to thirty j> snow will help fill plow- Spg it great. deal but win hoH up rihresblEg for Farmers not expect the .roads to remain In j: Uielr present' impassable condition jffor.'tnaiy days. In fact farmers the Si Northern Irrigation dts- ctrict expect to'be'able to get'around I to the.polling booths .on Thursday the left creani'manufacturers through- out Canada, will oppose the Beard of Commerce sugar orders at the Glttings on tic 20th. In addition to opposing Ule orders oa the merits oC the case, Sir. Scott propoJOB to raise several preliminary legal objections to the order. Mr. Scotl 'contends that, under tiie act establishing the Board of Com- merce-and the Combines and Fair I'rices functions of the board, assuming 'It has Jurisdiction are to prevent.the taking of unfair profits and not the filing of prices, and that the purpose .of legislation is. to prevent unduly high prices from being demanded for .necessaries of life and not to assist 'manufacturers who are overstocked .with a-commodity by try- ing to keep lip prices to an artificial level loove. fair market value. Bruce BaliosfatJicr,