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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHMIDUB PAII..Y.' HEKALII OCIOBEH on Them for Lai'k of Moral .Kestraint .ing Down Society (control have brought the girls of to- day id a dangerous pass. The luolh- i ers of to-day are so conceited that Uhey'i-jy iiotUiug can happen to ihelr 1 dauRlitevs 'airtlj'thai they, are above question, "It is time the fathers called them i to account and-got tlie manner of both old and ycjung oil a basis of 'modesty nd respect for the old ideals ol conduct.'' A aiith-j r of half dozen test-sellers, aud i considered sn expert on youth and its propensities, unburdened himself of a ite thoughts while in the vity to- COMMISSJON OF FIVE TO INQUIRE ABOUT IRELAND SEW YORK. Oct. commis- sion of live, whlch-wlll Shortly hold a public inquiry on. conditions in Ire- f3VL ___ _ __ dav and incidentally put out some been elected by members ofj advice.'- the totumittee.of one hundred on Ire-] Tho ijioderu sirl ruot the-world, land, it was announced here last night, i bill don't blame the wilful, im-iThc members of the commission are; jmd'i it, reckless says Mr. j Jane Adams of Chicago. Joseph iiau-heller. Spank the mothers. It IE they who are responsible Tor the almost total lack of moral' restraint which breaking down society today. The new dances, the new lack of pareuta! Folk, of St. Louis, former governor of 1 Frederick C. Howe, of Wash-; injfon, 'IT-C., Jauies II. Maurer. ot; llarrisburs, Pa., president, of the! 1'ennsylvania Federtftioii of Jam The flavor-r of ;fi'esh ripe in by the breezes of the Pacific sugar is Quaker Brand Strawberry Jam No other is quite like- it in goodness. Dominion Caiiners B. C. Ltd. HEAD OFFICE: VANCOUVER, B. Labor, and Senator Uavid 1. Walsh, of j Massachusetts. i j OWNERS PERTURBED COBALT. Ont.'Oct. of i patented minios claims In the district I of Temiskamini; are perturbed overj the order-In-council of iho date of Oc- j tober declaring properties forfeit- cd to the crown aud open for re-stok-1 ing !on or after noon of October because of failure of the owners to j 1C20 INDICT WOMAN IN LOS ANGElES CASE LOS ANGELES, Oct. Tai AcL It is claimed that tho own-1 era have not been given direct notice j In the matter. I pay certain taxes under the Los Angeles county grand jury re- ported an Indictment yesterday, charging Mrs. Louise Peel'of sDen. ver with the murder of Jacob'C. Dentpn, a wealthy contractor, in this city June 2. Mrs.' Feet's In- followed her refusal to testify In the grand juror's case this morning. CABINET WASN'T RESIGNED ..OTTAWA. Oct. Canadian compiled by the Do- minion bureau of statistics show that 'during September the.ro was consld- Arable lucrease in traltic through Can- adian canals and locks dcsui'.c a strike of seamen. There was over Septeruber, 1919, of tons. hut-a decreases from August.'1920 oft tons, Soft coal fell hehicdj August by. tons "and, tiiliC son Is behind last; tons.' Hard'coal is algO'tliebiuil'liy" 77.- 223 tous and' wheat by-1 S36S.017 bush- els, ".while iron ore is ahead of lust year" by tons. The total traffic for the season Is tons agaiust 53.SS7.710 tons In 1919. PR1TCHARD AND WENS .-r .UNDER TREATMENT FOR ILLNESS'IN WINNIPEG ,W1 NS1 PEG, "Oct. labor leaders, cpnvlpted; jast spring for sctivjty" iri the summer have left the prison farm and low are in tho provincial jail in Win- nipeg. W. A. Prilchard was brought n Saturday suffering frpni, rheuma- isni, while William' lycns has leen in-jail for several weeks taking THIS STOCK V' FAVOR MORE PRODUCTION i cprlng ewe. belonging to R. J. Me- Govern, toWuBhip of Oiford, gave birth to fqur lambs, and this fall-.a.'sow: same Mrlh't'p u litter ot CABINET FJRIENDLY NOT Same Mind As B.C. a -group'-'df 'men after the Cabinet refuted to uphold the Bcavd of- Commerce -order fixing-.thc price of sugar; ami to Tho Teleerani, by. niau was talking with was presumed tbo, Jlinislcr Iti who li .In Toronto today, prob- ably would have made the tame deci- sion as British Columbia." "Of this yfar'B crop, the western farmers bavu shiirfJ bushels to lake ports, of .which j bushels have been. sold for It the return to .the farmer was greater than he ever received before." I was Hon. Mr! Rogers' comment on the agricultural situaMon in the west. CHASING GOATV STUMBLED ON-FORTUNE :V Cy.Ort; 'chasing, a goat .'a> miner .known' her? sturribte'd oh ar. Ich ledge of It' Is teen inches In width' and mays -320 aiid, about 15 perjciiit. cVnper. .reatment; for DISCOVER rupture. ROCK PETROLEUM HAMILTON', OcL petrol? eum has been discovered on the prop- erty of Gas com- pany, about four miles and a half from Hagersville, Onlario, accordinii to Was. Anderson; manager of the company and'there seems to be en- ough of it to'give promise of com mercial possibilities. HE DIED FROM DISEASE CONTRACTED IN PRISON CAMP The Telegramvthat one'of the refiners in- formed him 'th'at, the Cabinet'B deti- sion -meant that entire r fortune, would iio so nipple ly' wiped out. He said the had.beeir an ofpcleucy. eip'ert carHcr'iu the year to stock lip heaviij; on_ sugar. INDUSTRIAt- TORONTOVsUFFERS TOKONTO, pet. To- ronto had beeii for the last two days in desperate straits for power 'As. a result o! power shortage hardly a single .industry escaped power shut olfs. which, according to B.. M, Ash. wortli. general manager of the Toron-' to Hydro Commission, were absolutely necessary. ._' 'iThey Work 'while you Sleep1' -.as-. That General Slashtcher General Wraugol's most dashing Di visional Commander, is In reality Duke Michael Alexandrovicb the brother .of the'forrner Czar, is the" report here. Slashtcher is said to be the only- leader with the power to draw the_people together and found a new. constitutional Government .in Russia after" destruction of; the Bolshevikf.i. "Krench troops .'now: oh TORONTO, Oct. Ueut. John A. Ferguson, soil of Rev. John Ferguson, Mclhodist minister in this died1 today at his father's homu from" tuberculosis contracted while a prisoner.of war in Germany. He was shot down within the enemy's terri- tory .while going to the assistance of a.companion flyer who had'been at- tacked liy a (German plane and was .wounded in the knee. BOTTOM PRICE NOT REACHED were three official rtlfferciit prices for sugar In Halifax and a uiuch.Mcoffer? p'cJce ?24.10 which so long ago, deal- ers feel that'the bottom lias ;not been reached; by, any. means 'and' expressed the not-'be much buying ifor some; time yet. BAPTISTS NOT IN A RUSH (he Novorossisk to are en route from Sevastopol to force Wrarfgel. All are colored and immune to Red propaganda, HIIANTFORD, Oct. Baptist convention of Ontario and Quebec last evening dealt wiiii the pronouncement of the bishops of the Lambeth confer- ence .in England a short time .ago-oh the question of the union of the vari- puir.ChriBtian denominations and while pleasure at the tone of the pronounce- ment was eipressed, the convention did not favor "visible unity of: the ichurchss.' DISSATISFACTION IN TORONTO "MILITARY CIRCLES Do you feel You are hiliousi achy, full: of'' Your, meals ;badi skin sallow. -Talie: Caicarels .tonight for your liver and bovvels; and'wake m ;and .love Cuscarets, TORONTO, Oct. tion- with.: the conditions in the local militia Is said tn be growing from day ___.....r__________u______________ to day and-instead of four'regiments Nice hair, soft and OF m -Ladies as a rule pay'a. lot of atten tion to the most Important thing of-'all, The Hair. being.recruited here in wilK the're-establishment of .the Can- adian militia; 'jecrulUng-for only one reglmerft is actively under Lieut Col. C. C. Harlioltle's -resignation, froni the command of the 75th Battalion which has been forwarded to Ottawa, plenty 'of life, .gives tone to 'the face gives a soft mellow appearance. Del mays Italene used 6nce a da full of life Price in Canada ?1 00 Uriltle Sold by 3} dne> Jackson Pre scriptipn" Specialist: Vhohe 364. Acr.os; French Hair Tonic creates fluffv hair ib attributed to the general dlssatis- irom Ateand'a faction" in-Toronto; military circles. ment. D Results of Included in the Mid- Season Sale Tue entire slock divided inlo two lots and priced ridic- nously: "for ijnick clear- ance JL.OTN0.1 All lists ifi-orlh up to 2 All bals worth up to 530.00 AH arc new models this season exclusive French and American patterns. Just ono of .a kiud, All olber Hats, 20 pec cenl, off. Mid-season Sale to date Fully Justified all we claimed for it in Opening Announcement of The Bargain Event of the Entire Fall Seasfcto Womeri have bought beyond our after all this is only the logical result of producing the goods in every instahce to back our advertisements. FRIDAY MSATtlRDAY ILL BE THE BIG DAYS OF THIS SALE .Interest is growing as the genuineness of the bargains offered to'a ivider circle of patrons, and mid-season sale prices continue every hour of the next two days on' the same liberal scale as for the> past week. Everything Reduoed--you Save On Everything i You Buy-Nothing Reserved ALL'NEW SUITS ALL NEW. COATS ALL NEW DRESSES ALL NEW SKIRTS ALL1 NEW PETTICOATS ALL NEW WAISTS CHAMOIS SUEDE GLOVES ALL SILK HOSIERY ALL SWEATERS AND PULL- OVERS ALL SILK UNDERWEAR FINAL CLEARANCE In the Balance of All Piece Goods 65c Velt.a Flannels. Sale Flannels. Salt Floral Linings. Sale 56o Colored Sateens. Sale Velvets. Sale... Plain Velvets. Sale S2.75 Plain Velvets. Sale JI.25 Klmsna Cloth. Sale 45c Wrappercttts. Sale Mo '37c ..SI.50 Goods. Sale Goods. Sale Roman Satin Lining Sale 34o .J1.88 KEMNAE SALE Hundreds of useful lengths left over from the final clearance of yard goods on the bargain table for the next three days, at sayings of one-quarter to one-third of original prices. Useful ends of dress goods and silks, flannels and flannelettes, cretonnes and sateens, marquisettes and curtain scrims, muslins, cotton suitings, etc. that you can use In many way's, selling at prices which ar6 beiow present wholesale. ALL GIRLS' DRESSES ALL GIRLS' COATS ALL CHILDREN'S DRESSES -ALL CHILDREN'S COATS ALL BOYS' PANTS ALL BOYS' SWEATERS ALL KID GLOVES ALL CASHMERE HOSE ALL LADIES' UNDERWEAR CHILDREN'S UNDER- WEAR ALL CORSETS ALL WH1TEWEAR CLARKE'S M I D -SEASON S A L E ;