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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE PAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1920 r "STARTING Retlaw Man to Operate the King Changes Affairs .1 "7' (From Oir Own Correspondent) TABER, Oct. of the town Till be pleased to learn that the King George Hotel, which has been dosed for tha past fix months. Is about to reopen" under new manage- ment Tha absence ot life around this well known hostelry, situated as it isj on a prominent corner in the line ot has bean a disap- pointment to the citizens lu general, and the news of will doubtless ba received with much In- terest both In the town and district. The- new proprietor, Mr. Donald, pav- ing made satisfactory arrangements with the owners of the building. Is, we are Informed, already making accessary preparations to.remove to Taber, and is preparing to closo up his hotel business in Retlaw with n vleir to opening the Kins George about the first of some of'.of the Retlaw hostelry .will be- shipped here, we understand, and a further'consignment Is expected from Montreal. The big brick build-) Ing on the corner of Hough St. cast; always bpen a place of gathering) for tho farmers and miners and with; the opening of W. A. Portcous' big feed and sale bam and auction office just across the way, the new business promises to get away to a good start. The re-onenlng of the hotel, bis been and English for foreign-: Naples, tho trip taking 15 days, looked for since the latter part of, on ist. Ap-; this operation It Is stated all elements summer, and the announcement. will pllcaUonB be malle to E. Marsh, of gain have been excluded. The representative with In- structions to make a house-to-house canvass. He found conditions requir- ing prompt action to prevent prospec- tive suffering. "While the usual amount of subsist- ence- had been purchased, in view ot conditions there, I immediately auth- orized the purchase of additional sup- plies, consisting o! pounds of posads of flour, poundt of oatmeal and cans of condensed milk. Supplies Arc Traniferred "I also directed the .transfer from Yaklma and otter schools of a large amount of subsistence supplies, cloth- Ing and bedding. That there might be no delay In receipt ot supplies the superintendent was authorized to pur- GREAT of chase In open market a: sufficient 000 pounds of beef, an equal amount of asnonnt Immediate needs..To flour a ton or so each of oatmeal.tha extent that funds and supplies are and condensed milk for the Indians J available! every precaution has been Commissioner of Indian Affairs Gets Report Full Bloods in Montana Facing Star- vation of the Blackfeet reservation In north- ern Montana has teen authorised by Cato Sells, Indian affairs. V: lln a statement Issued in Washington. D. C., Commissioner Sells suys: "Reports have reached me of desti- tution among full-blood Indians of the Blackfeet reservation, originating from tho extreme drought and severe wln-% ters prevailing In that section for the last three years, which caused the failure of crops and loss of livestock throughout the northwest. Makes Thorough Canvass visiting the reservation early In August I found a serious winter out- look and detailed'an experienced and In Rochester Democrat andjChronlcle. NO POLITICS IN NATIONAL RAILWAYS TORONTO, Onl, Oct. Is no politics mixed up with tho Canad- ian National Railways In any shape or form, and we have interfer- ence from any minister of the crown at any said R. C. Vaughan, as- sistant president of the Canad- ian 'National Railways yesterday, in answer to the reported allegations ot Wm. Varley, general organlier of the American Federation of Labor, that men had been hired In Nuw wick for election purposes. ST. KITTS USING TOO MUCVt JUICE ST. CATHARINES, Oct. The local-public utilities commission was yesterday Informed by the provin- cial hydro-electria commission that the St.'Catharines' load must be re- duced 25 per cent: A further appeal for'the voluntary redaction being made to Utltog which. drastic action Is threatened. taken.' "It Is not our purpose to encourage the '.now fast vanishing ration system. but to the extent ot our resources, we will not permit suffering among' In- dians'who, for any reason, are unable to provide for theniselves the necessi- ties of life: "BIO FISH1? .SAFE MIAMI, Florida, Oct. wircletl message from Nassau early last night stated that "Big a passenger seapfane which left here Sunday raorr. ins with 10 persons on{ board and had since been listed safely in Nassau at 5.39 yesterday ternoon. be greeted with satisfaction. The ladles of the Methodist church held a big chicken pie supper on Fri- day; evening, and the event-' drc-w a Very satisfactory crowd, and affidav- its can bo procured in scores as to the complete success of the galhering- Some of thpso who did not attend are lying low for the next one. The fire brigade held a meeting on v, Friday, evening to discuss matters in holding of some Asocial even to draw attention- to the '.work of the brigade. As a result, a big firemen's- dance will be held in the j Taber social.hall ''on the evening of November 3rd, and special efforts will -'4'SE-msde to Induce the business men j to lake a hind In Ihe matter, i -The new shipment of books from the the town library has I arrived and the librarian, G. Bedell, i has been putting them in place. The i new selections are varied In their J range of subjects, and will afford some instructive reading to those who wish 'I to take advantage of standard works -1 on the issues of the day. The need for advertising the library seems to exist, and the librarian hopes that the j citizens will lake fuller advantage o It than, long lievenlngs at'hand.thia is time of the year ,to add ,to your slock o valuable information. A slight error In these columhi should be noted onco relative to thi 1 Nelson building on Hough whlcl was stated to have been rented by as a dwelllrg The bnild I Ing has been rented b} Louis Conra is an electrical store and dwelling and the stock and fixtures have beei removed from, the Front St. store t the present one. The office of S. J Layto'n, formerly In the Front St. stor has been-also removed to the.'one o Hough St.. Negotiations to rent th building by an out-of-town, druggls were under way, Uut the building ha i been rented by Mr. Conrad with a i option to purchase. 1 An epidemic in the nature of boll r and similar coruscations seems to j have struck thla part of the. globe.! i Whether It Is caused by hlsh living OT the change in temperature no one seems able to determine. i Taber night school classes will open for Instruction in mining, arithmetic Hnntenris or S. Sanderson before steamers delivering the medicaments October 20th. to Odessa belong to the Italian Union "Elmer Seager, who has been Sailors, and wre purchased on le Cooildgo and Allen ranch for the money by the ship-owners'to the eason of loaves on Tuesday for: sailors during the strike. Tow York City, where he will remain j Tho union hos placed these sleaM- ils winter. Mr. Seager had Intended ers at the disposal of the Italian In- emalhlpg has been called stitute for delivery of goods exclusive- ast 'in 'connection with the settle- ly to Russia. The Italian Institute of iiont of his father's estate, the prop- Co-operators proposes to open bran- rty lying mainly in the State of New ches in Moscow, Odessa and Reval. "ork. i He. expects to return next The representative of the Italian Co- prinj' and engage in the cattle bus- operators will be Signer Sondoni, a nesa. socialist member .of. tha Italian par- Ttie local -Farmers' Elevator board lament. eld their ineetiss on Friday venlng nt the town ball. W. Vaigard- oard. the following being tho other j this month was reported to be in such Francis, a condition of putrefaction that 71 large Shapiey, F. Christenseu, und'T. portion ot it had to he condemned. Messrs. Shapiey and Wm. on chairman of the first consignment of'grain re- at Naples from Odessa early 'algardson to be delegates to the Cal- garyrmeefing.: Roek Springs Coal aafl Brick Co. Local telephone calls cost, hotels between 0 and 11 cents, according to to begin again shortly I causes, says Mrs. Julia ing .the completion of bltrator in tho court of d lations in.Chicago. McGuire, ar- re- When your doctor decides that you need ITHLLSTHENEED I Scott's Emulsion I you may rest assured that he knows that it I will need better tf than anything eke. 4Mk Srott Bowcc, Toronto. Ont. '20-22 ffictals have "received inquiries frbroiH. G. Gaby, engineer of. New York Saskatchewan points la-the last Co. days as to the reopening of the mine! Mothers-in-law and; high rents cause for business since the fire. The com-i more wrecked other pany.'! expect are hurryi the necessary-mine-structures. The auction sale held on Saturday at: the new premises of "CoV-Port- eons drew a; large crowd'which con- tinued'to manifest a strong Interest [ill after sundown, which goes lu show, that the auction sale business has.lost nothing by Its transfer to the new quarters closer to the centre of town, although...passengers on the Saturday afternoon Veastbound wHl be deprived of the'.vlew of a most interesting spec- tacle. Though deal of grain re- mains' In the'hands .of the farmers, 'and so for a lime, grain haul- Ing'still continues, Estimates of Ibn amount-hauled range around seventy' to seyenly-flva per cent. Two or three threshlug-gangs still remain in the field, but 'almost all 'have finished their run.'A small amount of oats has esn slacked for feed, and harvesting practically over. The state of the however, makes ploughing out the question, and It will take a ood deal ot moisture to make It orlh while. Most of the harvest ands have- flitted to the mountains elsewhere, but as the threshing rew to a close, a number decided to ,ay, and try.the mines. Still others tin remain It a situation Is found easonably attractive, so It Is almost eftalri, there will bo more people In nd around Taber than last winter. This will make things better in gen, ral, besides providing the necessary oundatlon for a good sporting wlnb r. Hence the sport reporters are llke- y to have a fairly hot time'this wlnt- II. Holman has entered the employ of the local Farmers' Elevator. Dr. of Carmangay, was .in Paber on business on Monday. Geo. Tatar, of the Alberta Grill Lothbridge, and formerly proprietor AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE RAYMOND FARMING CO., LTD., t WILC SELL PUBLIC AUCTION AT THEIR FARM, SEVEN MILES SOUTH OF 30 Head of Catlle, consUUng of young cows, heifers and calves: 10 Head of Geldinns, heavy stock, ages 5 to 10 mare with colt at toot; 5, Head of Colts. (These are all exception- ally good heavy work stock.) 30 Springs Pigs; 10 large Hogs; 1 JlcCormick Binder 2 Deering Binders; I MoOormlck Jlower; 1 Wheel nake; 3 Discs; 1 Van Brunt Drill; i- Kentucky Press 1 John Deore Gang 'Plow 12; 1 John Deera Oang Plow 14; 2 Wagons with Grain Tanks; 3 Wagons with Hay Racks; 1 Packer; 2 i Fanning Mill; 1 Gasoline Engine,, Pump Jack; 9 Sets :Heavy Work Harness. 1 1 FORD CAR, 1918 MODEL A great quantity of small .articles too numerous to mention. Sale starts at 10 a.m. FREE LUNCH AT NOON. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE RAYMOND FARMING CO., LTD, Per F, A. Lind, Owners. PETER LAVALLEY, Auctioneer, -Care of Dowsley Land Agency, a DAY Wens, Cysts, Soft Bunches Re- duced by "ABSOR3INE JR." ABSORBINE ;R." U a Vegetable fernucide and intueptie liniment. It opposed to unhealthy, unnatural POWUUL Enlarged glands, v.cns, cyna, soft bunches are unnatural condition. "ABSORBINE JR.1! will materially benefit, A prominent physician writet: "I' have used ABSORBINE JR. on slid jointt and found it aU right. Dots wort nkselx and 1 cheerfully recommend "ABSORBINE JR." jhould be !r. every home In case of reals cuts, burns, ipriins, strum and bruiscs-relicvd pain and inflammation. H.w.a most druggists or by W. F. Vowo, Ixc. Lymia BuMag. THE WAY PEOPLE FROM THE NORTHWEST FLOCKED TO VANCOUVER BRITISH COLUMBIA last every one-had a.good home feeling they haid the time of their lives. of the Eoyal Hotel here, visited friends n Taber on Thanksgiving Day. Wm. Palls has removed from one of .he houses at the Canada West mlno .0 his own residence on Second St. south. J; Brunner, electrician at the mine, will occupy tho vacant dwelling. The ladles of Ihe R. C. church are holding a dnuce Thanksgiving even- Ing In the Taber social hall. Geo. Robinson of fJurdefle, a former Taberile, was visiting friends here on Monday. RUSSIA OBTAINS MEDICINE FKOM ITALY FOR FOOD Cuticura Soap IS IDEAL For the Hands MOSCOW, Sept. An agreement has lioen concluded by Mailm Ulvlnoff, Assistant Com- missioner for Koregn Affars of tho Russian government, and the Dalian Institute of Co-operators, which has n membership of over by which four steamers wllh medica- ments shall bo soul from llaly to Rus- sia, and Tlusita has dispatched to Italy poods