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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN HERALD. TUESDAY. OCTbBEn 21, 1010 :l Radical Proposal Put Forward 'Gains Much Support From the Press OcL movement for the payment of part of the war debt a general levy on war profits. recently, has grown to such volume that it promises to command much attention from parliament, vhitli .Trill re-assemble ou .Several of the leading news- papers, beaded by the Times and tho finnuclal Journals, havo taken up the idea. Financiers and cltuens-ol all classes are flooding tlie press with, tellers. :While the project may seem revol- utionary flnante, the country appears lo be gaining the convfctfon that some radical measures otter than mera at- (erapLs at economy must be adopted 10 meet the financial situation. This proposal has that o? ceneral lerr on capital, which was ranch discussed during the last year. Tho weakness ot the general levy f.cheiSe was that it would confiscate part of the capital of propertied peo- ple, including soldiers who had been ruede poorer by ihe war, as well as cr those made richer. !The pith of tbe new plan is to late away from Ihe manufacturers, mer- chants, conlracLora aiid others who inade fortunes ia Ihe war sums rep- resenting the difference between Uieir trar time gain: End their normal gains. Jt is ou the principle that the May-at-homes should not benefit at all. Tiirougb the war excess income ta toot SO per cenL of tlie eilra profits end it is now proposed to all. LEAVE RATIFICATION DATE TO MILITARY AUTHORITIES PARIS, OcL The supreme council of the peace conference has decided lo entrust to the military aulhoritiec of tho allied the duty ol fa tog a date for depositing ratifications of ihe of peace with Car- many, which dale will mark. the, coming Ldto force of tie convention, according to the Echo de Paris. U.F.A. Wood Expresses Great Respect for Premier Stew- art, But Supporis Farmer CALGARY, Oct hare the greatest respect for Premier Stewart, >iuom I beltete to be a clean, honest and upri-ht man, dobR all be can to perform his H. W. Wood, president of the United Farmers ot Alberta, at (he opening of the farm- era' campaign on behalf of A. Moore, candidate Ia Ihft Cochranc riding at Croajfield list night, are here lo discuss e principle laroired In (bo bj-e-eleclton. This U not a personal fight against the Stew-ari e-orernment, but a fight (or a added tha leader. WOULD RECONSTRUCT ONE FRENCH TOWN BARCELONA, Oct, tives of the or fel- shlp over by Pulgy Cadafalcb. have-appointed u commission lo the rccon- truction immediately of one French Joraslated (OTTD. Ths eipense Ij to be borne by the fellowship. orRanl lions and Ibe CalalonJan dislrictr. WHEN YOU SUFFER FROM RHEUMATISM Consolidation of Work of The Various To'Trades Council At the regular meelluf of the city council the salary or the auditor, Mr. J. RKchla PaternoD. wu placed at the aum of I2.T50. Thla was made so In thai ihe council considered It news- r lo toep ihe audit In all Us rela- tions lo the city. Gait hospital, Y.M.C-V. and llbrtrr, under the direct superrlilon of the council., It was that whereas certain fees are pa'd for these various-audits at the present time br the different In- stitutions, and It Is desired to con- tinue ppproifmaiely ihese Eame pay- ments, but through the council, and payment are; Jtospi- tal, 175; Y.M.CJV., 312o; school, (50 eilra Tor poll tax audit, for the library, and the- city proper, per annum; therefore, the city auditor be paid the sum of The following auditing charges irere mado for 1920: Public schools, regu- lar audit, poll tax audit. lax veil. Separate ichools, regular audit. poll tix, tax roll. Utrarr, J25; Gait Hospital, fl75; Y.M. C.A-, Grant to Trades and Libqr'Counelt A gram, of was njtifl to Ihc- and I jab or Council by appor- tion tag to the fania tbe anw In Ihe estimates under the bead of trades and labor request (or tbe grant iris by Secretary Hawkins ol the Tndes and Labor CooocU. A. letter from the Nary League, ivlth to tho campaign lor funds, was forwarded to F. W. Uowner, wllh the request tbat Tilth Ihft mayor as to tha dlipoitttoQ of the communt- cattan., ert local rep resent all vca ot ilie Vnlted, slriKe-breahors to work moving car Itaies board, late Ihat nnd 500 United Slnteg troops lie- he ''conservative meiuoers of IhcUan work In duiiRarees ai-army piers, AMEND IMMIGRATION ACT OTTAWA, Oct. J. A. C'al- dcr, ImmlgraUon and col- onizaUoH, notice that he will introduce on a bilj to the Immigration act. Tho purposs the amendment Is lo pro- vtda transportation facilities to per- SOBS who do nearly all ihelr work on the trains, whose privileges In this ro- Bpecl were curtailed by the amend tnenLs Railway act passed last session rcduclag facilities for tree transportation. W frienils the .The EJTing recital girea In Kn'os tturch on .Alondar ferening1, cuder the auspices ot Ihe KDOX choir, br' Len. J and Jai( CherDiaTskyT the J Polish art 1st a of outstanding merit In their respecUrfc exposition ol the art 6i music, was a splendid snccess. The clever "trie crcaltd an excellent Impression by Lho and technical ot Uie.r playing. opening, number on the pro- Mendelssohn's trio for Tiolln, ylollncellp, in..A Minor. Thia was cxcellenUy rendered, the'players. be-ng in complete loucli aid accord. The.irondertul sympathy trio was shown In this number. There was. parted' phrasing ahd tha balance of the Instruments .-was axcellcntlv malnlalned. Individ- ually these artists are 'musicians of temperament and training, color, bal- ance and [Dtcrpjeladon. Tbree-'cello solos by Michel Cher- nlarsky Jolloived, Romance by Popper, Serenade by Herbert, and Tararitallo by Popper, all of which were.rhoroufh- Ij" apprccialed. The har- rnonlcs and tone ebadlcg of the f number were very, sympathetically liaodled. Jan pianoforte Nocturne aud.Valse by Chop! 3Iazeppa by Usii, were eiqulsKe- ]y rendered.. He jras obliged to JITS two encores before he was allowed to JJg JJOUID n'i Liniment should bs kept handy for achti and m HT wait lor a severe an acne, a Iwlnga following ex- posure, a'sore muscls, scbttca.. or lumbago to leave .natprallr, ivhen you-should" keep 'Sloan's Linimect to help surb It and teep you active and fit? WiUiout for It apply, a bit today to the afflicted part Note'lie" Brallryine, clean, prompt ie- [tef; 'Jial follows, giosn's Jjlnlni conldn't keep iLs many thousands of orer if It raiie food. That's worth Temfimher- r. Alt dniffgists- Uirec gest for nliiiosl economy." 3ac, 10. la l 70c, BLUE RIBBON TEA Ordinary teas are often thin and watery or sometimes bitter. Blue Ribbon is always, full flavored and fragrant and its color is rich and clear. Try It. Sloan's D. D. D. r'atlre. Then lollowed three master- Jul violin'solos br Leo CLerolavsfcy, MeodelsEohn's Nocturne, El gar's Ca- price, and a Spanieh dance by Sara- late. Thtsc solos were cbgricterired bj ihelr finished technique and versa- tillty-o.r fejcprDBslou. nomanco Orien- tal, by nimaliy-KorsBfcG'V, arranged by the Cheralavshya, and a Slav dance by Dvorak, rendered en trio, Lrought to a conclusion a charmingly varied and Intereiling" program. This is the third vlail of the famous to Lelntirldge, acd tha'.r Telum nexL ba looKed ifor- uard Lo vrlth preaL pleasure by the mnslc lovers of Ihc clly. OTTAWA. OCL lal committee oT the houie, which hat been dealing with the cold- Itrtf p ruble mi, IK holding what may prove lo be IU final meeting today. It la possible that the committee may bring down iti re- port to.the houie tonight and at the latest tome tlrrie tomorrow. In Ihe fche debate on the Grand Trunk Railway bill will be proceeded with today, but a diyfilon not expected before SUN DISEASE -'We. hare auch '.rernflrk- j able cures with Ibis soothing waih of j oils Uiat -we offer you n bottle on the I rguaranUo that unless ft doea the lime for you it costs you not a J.j Hfglnbotoam t Co.. Lid., druggists. UFT OFF CORNS! Freeione on t touchy corn, then lift that com ''off with fingers REWARD FOR 'PEO MURDERER WINNIPEG, Oct. The Jlanlloba. will par roirard for Informally leatHng Lo the arreat and itanvjctloa of- the murderer of Ja ships tied ujt In ihe pui transporlj (o Kuropc huvo been lield up. Mayor Hylaa vic-ivetl the Biluajlon dcL-lariug thnt ou Uie Chelsea piers would return lo work durlut the day. Fire from an unknown cause de- slroj'ed iLe Thorhbury'gript will ami y.OCo bushels o.f operated' -Moore. i Thumpson, Port Arthur, aged 1C, was killed falling from a preciulce 011 Mount McKay, Foil William. DON'T MISS THE METROPOLITAN SINGERS KNOX CHURCH Wednesday, Oct. 22nd 1.30 P.M. Genenl Admiwton, Tlifa fs Ihp first ot a aeries of splendid eatertalnrnenta arrang. cd for by the local commlltfe ia conjunction tbo Elllson-Wblte .PomlflJon Lyceum Bureau, The circuit Mt yttr Incfuitei Metrapolllan 8am Cbmpany, Davla the Magician, DeMllle Quartette, Or- chcilral EnlerUfnftri and EmrhelTne Panfthurai, in net' world- fimed.attack.on Boliheviam, Buy s llckot for ilOl and enjiy theie aileritlld Studir.ti EQUIPPED FOR SERVICE Ouv new store has been plqiincd lo be of.use and value lo o{ good daylight to assist you m selection of materials and of stocks so'lhat you may receive quick and efficient service whatever your drygoods and interests may be you may confidently rely on, the co-operation of the daylight store store that's proud lo serve you. Fall and Winter COATS BETTER DECIDE ON THE COAT YOU SHALL, WEAR RIGHT NOW Lelcr an .styles and fabrics will.uoL be so lalirics arc oTfereJ you this -week1. You find Just ilia slyle and fabric for you and your type of figure, tor designers have adaplcd the latest Parisian io Ihe requlre-men's of inJlyiilua] types just us our tailors have utilized [he very tiesl of the ueu- fabrics. can select n coal here witti the assurance Uiat It gnc imclurluE j-'aUsTacLion Ihs style, quality, and are and bach of all is this store's repulntlon for sailsfactlcu back of every transaction. S.45.00, S50.00, and RIBBONS Ijavo just placed in stock a new sup- ply of plain anU ribboiis. ia ihe time to make your plans for girts (hat you Inteud making from ribbon We have a bis ojsortment o[ fancy ribbons for. usr- with capr, camisoles, assorted irlilihs and lhat are plcasine. NECKWEAR Outstanding Values In Every Day Needs MEN'S UNDERWEAR Men's 'wool hi cooil heavy neare for vJnlcr wear, Jt Is sonic of last year's value. Wo havo them In sizes 3C fo 42, and they are irorth loday a gai-mcnt. 1 Or Our Spe'ial, Earmcnt PILLOW COTTON .310 yards ol good medium .-weight circular pillow cotton, 40 (nchca 'Wldo and Tree frum tlrisslng or filling. Tins In Value- -worth CA_ GOc (otlay. Our Epcclal, yard JVC PILLOW COTTON This is a belter tvnri heavier in o r DC WHITE FLANNELETTE This is soric fiTd time value in while' (lan- iR'letlc. It Is good medium weight nnd 35 Indies, wide.- The tor ladies' and children's wear. Our price, yard STRIPED FLANNELETTE Oood heavy striped flannelette in Konrl as- iortinenl of It Is nboui. Ihlrly inches wide nnd is woLdcrlul'valuc. At, yard JVC COMBINATIONS' readies' fall weight cotton combination ?r. weight and you .may have it in, 42 or 44 (rich matin with tifsh long sleeves arict TrldUi, Absolutely free from dresslr.e. CC- lehglli, all elxea. Very special.-' '-''i "CfV> Our special, yard GREY FLANNEL Pure wool flannel Is raluo and. is Iho fahrtc for nklrts and chlldren'a wear of ail kinds. Very special, yard OUC COVERALL APRONS J-ixtTii Inrgo co'vtrall aproris, ma'le with IjclL nnd iifutly trimmed M'ltli conlraslliis ma- terials In plafri shades opeo In frotit, nil 1 PA sizes, value al BOYS' HOSE Theso hoys' heavy hose are called Ihc "Wear Well" brand nnd certainly live up lo the name. Matte for hard wear ycl haro good Rppcarancc. All sizes to lO1 Kxra value yalr PHONE 1251 pVLANDC Am. AND COMPANY AND WARNER CORSETS PHONE 1251 ;