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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 192U i'liB LETHHK1DUK DAILY HKKA1JJ There was a largo ttirn-out ol ineiu- bora to tho meeting of the T-ethbrldge HeUllB Clerki' Association hold hi the Labor Hall last evening. Officers and cu executive committee were ap- pointed aud altogether tho meeting was a success. Delegates from the Lethhrldge Trades and Labor Council pres- ent, and President Kingdom gave a talk to the members on the benefits of orgauizaUon. The members decid- ed to apply to tho Trades and Labor Congress for a charter, and' also be- come .affiliated with the Trades and Labor Congress. II was also decided that the Executive Committee act as an organization committee to try aud get .all working in the diff- erent stores to join up the new or- ganization.- The following were Ihe elected of- ficers and C. Collins; GbV. B. Thompson. Executive Uudcr- vrood, Slits Llscombe, Miss Reeves, and Hurst, and ilc- nougal. 'Ai-olfou Partin Your Hair- Or is Your Hail-1 Departing Save your hair with GiifRS'FAEE I Another gambling raid was pulled off by the city police, on Friday night, at the United Tail office, and the keep- er, of-tlio Joint and sir frequenters faced Magistrate Irwin on Saturday morning. Due' ol the- frequenters gate the'name with no Imputation on and no connec- tion with the Rev. Gordon. For run nlng the joint J. II. Dunning was fined with costs; and each of the fre- quenter's 510 with costs. li same court T, Dimitrio, who runs the Venlreloa.Cafe on Sixth Ave. S., was fifted costs, for celling cigarettes to from'tho "choob .Henry Johnson fined J5 for be- ing Intoxicated. In a public plac.e. I f jferpieide Sdtt iy tirug und Department at Barter Sfiopt, p. CO., LTD. Special Agents, Supposed to Be Waiting- For rtigher Prices for Elevators Hied Karmers havo, been holding their wheat for higher prices. Now the ele- vators in .some sections ot southern Alberta are taking a hand in tho game as well. Sorue'.elevator concerns along the.'Maclcod; and Aldersyde branches have declined tov load cars during the past tea'-days, although, their bins aro -full and farmers aro seeking to get accommodation. Such -13 the content ot a flat' ment made this morning lo a repre- sentative ot the Herald. The C.P.It, has had plenty of cars to handle all the business from' thes'o branches il the grain waa moving normally but Ihe elevator men :have declined-to make use of them, apparently waiting lor higher, prices tor grain. Such places us Ciaresholm, Nanton. Stavely, High and Carrnarigaj were: mentioned as the towns where elevator concerns are acting in this manner.- V Kcgulate your digestion so yon can cat favorite foods without _fear_ of Indigestion Flsrolema Gates v Acidity Palpitation' 'A few tablets of Pipe's Ditprpain correct acidity, thus regulating ttia ttomach and giving almost instant Belief, Lorgt, OOc Trading waa sloyivon a falling nar- k-it In local brokerage offices this I'Oiumg October Vihoat went do four cents and 'Xovcoiber wont down five on Ihs exchange. .Chi December whesl went down (our and three cents ;for March. 'i'iio. figures for'.the-. Winnipeg ox ci are 0 'ober wheat, oreied at rhich was high, 20 1 4 foi low-and closed'at 1-S. Novem- ber opened at ?2.2S, stayed thera for and dropped 1-2 and clos- td at ?2.23 7-S. December wheat op- ened at J210 34, went to 52 IS, ihen dovu to 5207 34 and closed n't 5203 1-4 T Oats on the Winnipeg eicrnnge 3il not do much shifting around for Oc lohor delivery. They opened at 68 5-S. went lo 187-8 arid closed at OS 1-2. De- cember op.ened went tin to 63 3-4 and down to G2-Jlt4 aa'd closed "at 6.1 5-8. Chicago oats did riot change for the open and close, both figures Ini; 53 1 2 "Raw From Eczema Doctors Do Their Best" "Korty yeira I fiiflered. One le f raw from to tiring man coalct believeylist 1 luffered D D that cured me. and for three furl I haven't liad sign ot RAISE 'BASIES' AND ESCAPE INCOME TAXI TO'IIOKTO, Oct rea- sons ot'tho members ot tie liw firm of Donaldson, Donald- son; Whita FoiUda of this" city babies, their income assessment was reduc- sd by the court ol revision yes- terday from to each child undervlS years ot age bejng good for a redaction This is'the biggest: exemption" In tha his- the court. c- famous "Home of Crooks" To Be Closed to Them and Their Kind Now 4- IEADSTHST OFMffi The crop in tbe province of Quebec has been a splen this "ywuy states Hon. R" J Carron, minister of agrlcuHore. "No only. In regard to the increased pro duct.lon but also as far. as of products '.Is concerned. However there is s till a great need for hands on the farms neit year i! the presea production iii 'to be kept on tho in crease. Tho policy of the governmen anil the department o( agriculture to- ward Ihe farmers has been recom hy results which now place Quebec ill the and place It at the head of all laces In ag grl.ciilture." The o.nly. decrease noled in produc lion Is hay which has been caused hv -weatlipr conditions Pota toes'are reporlefl ia ati niioucareloarkliim. Ihough they are not of as good qua If you haven t tried ODD prewnpUOQ forikin lhall betlldto Kit >ou s bottle tod y on out per 11 00 a bottle Trj 1) U U, SUGAR TAKES ANOTHER DROP TORONTO, IteK.nio I Sugar company through its Toronto representative today announced a urther reduclion lo ?10.21 a hundred pounds to Ihe retail'trade nith Jive per rent off to wholesalers and man ufactnrcrsj The new .'price- comes into effect oh Monday He had to be put at his he didn't have to sneeze and snuffle very long. He took the MentLoIatura and rubbed tome inside and outside hu nostrils when he went to bed, He soon breathed freely agsin and slept veil all night. The cold wot gone "3i> fnejiTnolatum rolieve.ft cKappcd bands and cracked -and promptly, MenttoUrca !i wU errTrfrvs in aa4 50t Jits, Tie MiilMitn OIL "TheLittltNanifaUuhnis" Cuticura Soap Complexions ArciHealth lotion Ar Slan Disease J. D. HlKinljotham K Co., gists, as usual Air Carron TOLEDO.- Joe, St. Louis Jjm, the Buffalo Wop, and scores of other, well known gunmen shook hands tonight with- their gals and other companions preparatory to their flight, to destinations that will be de- cided by fortune or some other "or Toledo no longer will afford a shel- ter tOrTopska and his iike, as tho order went out today that the "crooks must Two hundred police officers were caHed before George P. Greenhalgb, newly appointed safety director, this morning, and ordered to clean the safe blowers, post office snrl hank robbers out of the city. Greenhalgh a colonel in war, said to Us hirelings; "1 dont care whether the lawbreaker te your friend or m> friend, whether he is worth a mlllloi or a penny, get him." Toledo, has been Justly known "Tha fcirm'o of the for the last twenty fact ever since Ihe Whitlock wa mayor.1 .The statement has been de nied, but during the.last week or sa there has been a thorough Investiga- tion by the new safely director which no', .only 'showed, that crooks had a haven but also were- pro- MANITOBA JUDGE IS RESIGNING OTTAWA, Oct. min- ister of justice this mbnilnff received the resignation 61 Judge A. llaggart o! court of Haggart is resigning by rea-' son ot ill health. The resignation makes flftli judicial vacancy. Three of. tho other" vacancies'are -In Quebec; the fourth ia in On- tario. raised protcctlca by heads of the lice departments. Every one of the 200 patrolmen today look a new eath to go out and do his duty. A LOSS MONTHDAL, Oct. to the estimated extent of jKM.OOp dono early today by fire at St. Stan- islas Do Kostka, a French-Canadian village near tho International bound ary line south pf here. A hoW and stores were destroyed. CuticnraHairkUsBBj i .J Sort timrUtif wfeh OeBan Batf I People's Forum TO THE MEN OF LETHBRIDGE Lethbrldgo place the percentage much higher i Fancy an.y. majority attempting to deprive a mant.ofj. his judgment in using a.drlrik'of-beer or wine! Who is trxcarry out snch edicts of the II. D's You cannot trust Ihe police, you cannot trust the Judges or the'doctors or the druggists, or anybody! There rcust be-something the matter, with Ihe wrong with he law! Which It is may be left to common' sense, and common sense will voto NO. Yours truly, MICHAEL TAD51AN. Medicine Hat; October 21st, 1920. "Diamond Dyes" Dye It Right Don't Spoil or Streik yojr Material m a Poor Dye WARMEST OCTOBER FOR TWENTY YEARS MOfTTRBAl., o'ct: This district s -experiencing the warmest October lor 20 years The temneratura for the month so has lieen 54 de- grees, the highest point reached ticing 70 6 'yesterday jrOOT8ALL SCORES First McGill, 0. Half 0, McGitl, First Quarter 7, Ot tewa. 3: Half 7, O'tawa 1 _ 1; 6; Montreal, 0. Third 12; McGill, SILENT VOTE MAY SURPRISE HALIFAX, Oct. la in'-readiness for the J.ho.ldlng' -of the referendum on the importation of liquor into Nova Scotia on Jlonuay Polls -will open at 6 o'clock in the morning'and willcloae at 0 in tho evening. While Uio dry forces fee] very confident of tho .result there is a strong feelinE about the city that tho wets.-will be out in forcer hcr-a on Monday. Tho so-called "silent yo may bring unexpected results. WEEKLY SERVICE TO NEWFOUNDLAND HALIFAX, Oct. weekly steamer, service (o find; from St. Johns, N. P., wilt bo established hero next irvonlh by tho Canadian Merchant Slarine, accord Ins to C. X Hayes, inanj agor of tho Canadian. Governmen I B. c. CABINET CONSIDERS ELECTION VICTORIA, Ocl. provincial cabinet, which Is meeting hero today nhd ft.t which It is expected a decis- ion will be reached as to tho dafo o( tho general elections, was still. 1n ses- sion 1.30'-.o'clock' this afternoon. Pronilor.Oliver djii not anticipate any'announcement of dissolution of the legislature this ademoon. TOOK BRIDE OUT TO 9E'. IN A PLANE WHERE KNOT WAS TIED M. COMO'J Oiritinent mil ariortl mstinx lioTicTit1 ffx. a Icalpr.t, or BatrA A- Co., I.fmltcd, lornnto. Simple Ilox trco if, yon nu-rnlfin ftfu anil cacfosO la, slnmp to i...... LC-3 Mrs. Domini Kcd- torn, aged 21, said she would bo the nrido of.Arthur Quincy Hagernian, moet assuredly, .but Hagcrman must act quickly because sho might nliange her mind. It was 'Kumlay and tho hiarriage license bureau was closed. pondered and (lion had a htinch. .He chartered n aeaplane, called a minister as a .flew with his .............J'jhrMo' ten miles to sea and (hero on ocean's curface wli wiulrcii' Captain Arman'd licensed .....ii at EPa.-captain, perfoitnnd a, wcddini; Monday (lit- couple loft for N'ovttda on llieir lionoyinooii. f Bu> ''Diamond Djcs no other >md perfect resulla ire guaranteed even if >oa before Druggist hits coior card, snowing H rich colors _ _ Bus 'Dhmona other perfect results lira gnUr It >ou Imc never djed before has color sard "CORNS" Lift Right Off Without Pain Doesn't hart a bit! Drop a littlo "Preeaone" on an aching corn. Instant- ly thp.t corn slops then short iy you lift it right with fingers. Truly! Your druggist sells a liny bottle ui "Freczono" for a few centu, to remove erory hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the (053, and the you realize that there never-iras-a time since time.began so-impprtanti to. live as now. Great j problems to bohe and the liquor i problem one. ;of the- grtalest. This ojrae to humimtj must (be stopped I piay God to Prouse all from >our lethargy "anil -Bee- and feel, too; the mighty responsibility in this matter, iG'od is lieeplner and if do [not do Ood will bring i ub to We aro not here in this world our life in Jollty, lo' dreamy to-drifts We -'have hard work to arid .'loads to lift, face It m Uoil's name, don't stop to say dajs ire who IB to Mam! fold and it is a shame thit thlhgs aro thus And so fslind tip, speak; out- and broadly m 'God's name be strong; It matters no I liow decph entrenched the wrong [how hard tbe battle- goes, faint not, 1 'omorrow-'comes the nong, have faith n God who givcth us tha victory This is the secret of our might Let our 'alth In Him never grow dim j Wo Xnovc. Iho foejs inighly.Ano battle li on God calls for workers, say will >ou fome How long great Go3, how lorn; will mercv endure to the natlons'Of Ihe.carth. this aciir-ed'tramc Yes, the' flght is on, where dq jou stand, fierce the bat- tle rages Come, lend a hand to crush this erfl, of ill the woes that overburden'thfe human heart there Is none EO as that of the drink evil The only safeguard Is total ab slenaneej'shtin the social glass, we have often heard the remark there is no harm in ,1 social glass ot wine Like every other de-Uco of the devil, the wineglass ensnares Its'-victims. There is.no vast difference between the ruby g'ov. of the first glass" and tho agony of tTie last serpent's fangs God's word not only pronounces a woe upon a man- who drinks but also upon a man who glveth his neighbor drink; this woo falls upon all from tie fair hostess who presents uio apartllng w Ine lo ,hcr guest to the loAGst saloon Keeper who pours out his rithj puidOtl to each trembling Have we not seen' ciiouKli of this curse Help.'us now dear Lord to fight with all.dur strength ot arm and tongue, and! brain, at last will hear the .Great Commander say. well and Join the. mighty host when victory's won. r Th'b Lord leads In this fight and that Is wo know wo. shall win by and by. MRS' AMANDA DB GEER NotABlemU .mars ihc -'perfect I tppearance of hercoiu- pleidort. "Permanent and temporary skin troubles are effectively "concealed. Reduces un- natural color and corrects fTgrcasy skins. Highly an! [Septic, fused with beneficial results as for Oi o.u r a u d's Cram PVAINTINESS IN HOSIERY! i-f Esitntiii en't it? ideas, of dirtft urge cne to as wefl, the ijualttjr. Nov. iou U loor prrefar-noe foe Artmst, rol, >eft tcnme be uutScd, if y ottc naa-.t Preawa. not rwi bo "THE STANDARD of luses. without soreness AilveftiseTiorjt. or Irriullon. prince George TORONTO tn. Centra of Shoppinj and Business District '250 ROOM 3 KUROPEM TI.M "PROHIBITION" pleasant lo read the result of votin In British Columbia, especially In Ih great British centres Xotwllhslandlng that Ihe "Bone Drys" would all 'make a com- pact rash to the Toilnj every rlay In Iho week If they had the cliance, It Is g Iho 'ot Vancouver and Victoria.; Tt is a sane finding, ami why shotiia Alberla. be 'less fair anii less British than Britlsli 'Columhis? No reason'at all. It is Just as stupid bo "Hone (o.lie "Blind Drunk" and just as unnocessaw. It Is M Ho use hring 'Ing In "freak" legislation, so denr to fio "freakish" women and faddists of America. Wind can bo aba! IsMjrt than dancing or music or earn playrug. Regulations "riuly be necos sary for majorities to decide upon, hut majorities, however large; tio not nller facls determine p'rlricljilcs, no should tTicy bo allowed' to ride rough sKorf over ropectahle ailrjorltles. Even a "Wet" majority could- not and wotilct not conipel any person to drink heer. _Why. should IhosY who like rtio iteration' ahd tolsrallon be forcei under fin odlbilY compulsory Ice-tolal ism or any other. Childish re sfrlclloiis bring, law -Into corittmpt Seventy por cciit. of 'th'e 'adult male population" despise rind defy the laws 1' by The niaglatratca pi. Calgary aai Seasons LAST month the sun ripened the crops; now comes the In September, men strove against time to make the harvest safe; now, the toil is lighter as the days grow shorter. The green trees have shed their leaves and changes mark the season everywhere. What better time than this (or another that will add', materially lo your, comfort and convenience Let the discomforts of ordinary shaving give place to Gillette Safety Razor service and every- morning shave that brightens the whole day. Let strops and hones be eliminated. There il NO STROKING HONING with Gillette Blades. There are twelve doable- edged blades with each set at and when one blade has been slightly dulled after giving good service, simply replace itJ Next time you are in town, aik your dealer to shout you tome Gillette sett. KHOWN THE WORLD OVER 759 ;