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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHHRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, Should Not Delay Reconsideration Of -i vFreight Rates] [Welcomed al Vancouver by a Large Numb8r: of- Qi'tizens and Presented With an Address VANCOUVKR, Oct. Right Hon. Arthur Meigbea and Hon. 3. A. Calder rero given an enthusiastic reccptioui- ipc-u their this morning. V'large number..of met. the1 jrlme minister's i'irijr at the depot ind Mayor R. H. Gale presented Hon. Hr. Kleighen with an illuminated ad- Iress. to which the premier replied upressing his appreciation ot the :ordiality of tho welcome tendered lira. Among those who met the prime iiiuisler were the reeves ot adjoining Municipalities and civic officials. Mrs. ilclghrn ivaE presented with a large jonrjuet ot'fiowers.v TUe 'prime his -.col-, "casue will address three meetings to- lay. Late this afternoon they will ijieai in New w.eslmlnster and -to- light at two meetings'in thirdly. A dep'.Uatiou 'representing the hoarfl.of Trade walled on the prime aiinislcr shortly alter hit arrival nud Nol Say a Word About R Crira- .inal Unta the Day of. N' 'the' Trial n Council ot Afrriculturo nov In seealon Ui Winnipeg, under President R. B. will draft reeoUrtlon that railway board should'not' delay 'reconsideration; of OcL At- torney S. F. Washicgtoa, K-C-, iold the Ontario Pabllc Service Commls slon, wMcB a eittlos here yealer- day, till he thought newspapers j fhould uot be allowed to publish any-t Ihin; about a criminal case aatil tho day of the trial, aa "too much public- iity 'interfered with the work ot the polica.'' I "You would not object to the papers [publishing the bare asked one 'of Ihe commissioners. j "Not tho fact ot each 3 crime hav- ing been committed, no" was the re- .ply, "but a murder the front pages of the papers are filled with every grandmother's tale and gossip.. This sort of thftns is bound to influence the jury in such a case." U. S. SUCiAH PRICE IS NOT LIKELY TO CHANGE WASHINGTON. Oct. Canadian the price of susar In tho United States will be maiutulned around 'ii or 13 cents a pound for (he entire yoar ot 1831, barring unfore- seon developments, was the predic- tion made yesterday by Stanley Wy- ckoff, federal fair price administrator for Indiana.. lie bases Ibis ou his knowledge of conditions in Cuba, bavk- ed up by'tho steps thai have been taken by the United States covern- ment to prevent high susir prices be- cause of the aid being given the re- public ot Cuba hi its present fnisa- rial difficulties. Evidently suffering .from the ill humor occuioaed ;by having to pey tha flne ef Inflicted 'ou hlni in rhevappointmeut of "a officer at was also 'isfcecl. 51r. Meighen consid- eration'of both requests. PROHIBIT IMPORT OF NEWSPRINT Chicago Strong For Deep Waterway Ample Traffic That Will Make Route Pay as Public Invest- m'eiit" Assured....." WASHINGTON', Oct. decree ?ffectlvo November 1, the French, has >TOhibIEetl .tho importation of news- print paper into France and Algiers, L'omjnercisl Attache W. C.. Huntlng- ion'nt Paris today cabled the depart- ment of commerce. Ask Investigation Of Interest Rates Of Banks the re-trlai bt tho case In i was convicted ou appeal, ot being in j possession of a still for the purposes of manufacturing liquor, Leonard Sudan took U put in creating a dis- turbance In the White Lunch, caie'on Wednesday. He tie city on I that day to' pay his Una. Ho was in the city on that day to pay his Rue. was arrested by the city police for boisterous conduct, cursing and swearing, aa alleged, at the Walter in disputing, his bill. Schau was is the police court on tho charge oil Thursday, aud the case was remanded to Friday morning whsn, appearing be- ore Magistrate- Irwin, he was flncd flO with, coats. HUNGARY IS PLEASED WITH NEWS Of DELAY IN TREATY RATIFICATION CHICAGO, Oct. of sta- tistics was presented to the inter- national Joint; Commission at its inept- ing bere today in support ol the pro- posed Greal lakes-St. 'Lmvrence waterways.' H.. C. Barlow, traffic di- rector of the Chicago Association of Commerce, gave the .commission in- formation jregardlng the volume of oxport and 'Import -movements In the middle western declaring that this clearly insured ampfe traffic in each 'direction for the proposed route. A representative of tbe Chicago Clear- .Ing House Association discussed the financial aapect of the" scheme, saying Chicago banks: in a position to handle any'development' of foreign trade consequent'.updu opening- the new route, and figures showing the estimated saving the transporta- tion coBis on grain were presented by Ij. F. Gates, .president of .the Chicago J "taid'Mr. Barlow-, business iuteresls of the waterway wilt pay as a public investment. The project will' pay strictly as a-commercial enterprise In the benefits which the people of bbth nation; will-receive'. "The development of a waterway from the Great Lafces to the Atlantic via lliO St. Lawrence which cc j used-by sea-going vessels-will make Chicago accessible to foreign trade as any. city on .the sea.coast is Jnly a species ot provincialism and-lo :al selfisbneas on the part of-towns i the sea coast will he grudge snch i PARIS. Oct. to'the Temps from Ilndapest announce that Hungary hns obtained a delay in rati- fication of the treaty of peace with the allies. Tbe concession has caus- ed satisfaction in all Hungarian poll- j tical circles, ac-cording to the dls- i patches 35 it is considered renewed (proof ot the friendly disposition of the great powers toward Hungary. A Budapest dispatch of'Wednesday stated that tho Hungarian: premier, Count Paul Telky, has announced that the government after mature reBec- lion. had regretfully proposed that parliament ratify the treaty of peace. WASHINGTON. Oct. tions urging that all crops in the United States'be marketed as Ihe de- mands require and that congress con- duct au Investigation oi Interest rates banks wer6 adopted today by .the; Farmers' Conference'Iu session hero. All farmers were urged -to jola existing cooperative marketing or- ganizations or organize new ones and congress was asked to give the federal farai loan' boanl authority to issuo and sell in the open market on short terms based on warehouse receipts Issued under the Federal Warehouse act. Delegates to !he conference in- terpret the resolution lor marketing as requires, as authoriz- ing a holding movement of coHoa, wheat and other great farm staples. Create Gas, Sourness and To Treat. ADVERTISER QUIT PAPER BECAUSE IT WAS SUPPORTING KING PRINCE ALBERT, Oct. .striking statement made by W. L. Mackenzie King In his here last night .was that a pews- paper proprietor had told him that he had been notified'by. a.big boot and shos conccrn'ln EasTern1 Canada that it had withdrawn its advertising patronage from' that' paper because it was supporting .Mr. King in preference .to Mr. Mclghcn. Mr. Kinfl remark'ed that the present, government had access to illimitable wealth with which to subsidize newspapers by advertising and in other ways, ONTARIO GOVT. WILL SUE TO RECOVER MONEY j TORONTO, Oct. dispatch lo the Star from Niagara Falls says "Premier Drury announced yester- day that the Riddle-Latchford timber commission was expected to'issue an .nterim report or. three days aml_tlmt It would be startling. After _ .be report in suits .would lie.en- Farmer Leader lo Make import- ant Political Deliverance at Prince Albert WINNIPEG, Oct. ICanadiat T. A. Crerar, money .SSMS to. the public treasury. I tical some moDtHs, it Is learned today. He is due to addres .lie. Prince Albert unit of the Sas kaLchewan Grain Growers' associatloi at Its "annual which will be held at prince Alberi. November 3 and 4, and it is statei! that he will deal with the .questions of the day and with the issues raised during U.S. BANK PURCHASES AUSTRALIAN -GOLD NEW YORK, Oct. National' Cit.v Bank lias consummated the purchase o( gold in Anstrolia. it was Some of the-gold is: uu Ib6 way lu Xesv -TUI-K. Ail oi it will have arrived by, Ihe early part .of December. arc the -first of, gold from Australia to any point outside of the British-Em- pire: MADE THEM LIE WITH FACE DOWNWARDS ON FLOOR DETROIT, Oct. entered .the Hastings street branch of the Commonwealth Federal Savings Bank .here today, compelled' four bank employees several patrons to .He: face, downward on floor, obtained, currency estimated at and escaped In an automobile.. KING GEORGE IS PLAINTIFF NEW YORK, Oct. George of Great Britain Is the plaintiff in a suit filed here against Manning, Max- well and Moore, for an accounting in connection with alleged over charges resulting from munitii n contracts giv- en the Remington Arms company by the British governmort In 1916. SUGAR OROPS CENTS VANCOUVER, other reduction in'the.price of sugar is 50 cents per huridred.pouhds, mak- ing the wholesale-pricS.JlC.50. oilier that an appropriate welcome given ifolRight Honoraole1 Arthur Meighen, on'the occasion of hia ing MTHBRIDGE, ON NOVEMBER StHTMi, IT IS ANNOUNCED THAT A- MEETING ot the Bupportaro of lie all the purpose.of making tho nocewary irnt be'Tnli 1n THE Y. M. C. A. AUDITORIUM LADIES AHE-myiTEO Signed. -.on _ GOO, E of the- pravlslonftl coinmltteci, .'Chtlrauu. the present tours (if I'rnminr- and lion. Mackenzie Kilig. '.l It is said to be prohabie, that follow- ing the Prince Mr. Crerar will proceed to EjisE Elgin' to take part in the bye-election -contest on behalf of the farmers': candidate. PROHIBITION RAUJ ROCHESTER, Y., Oct. Fed- eral prohibition enforcement 'agrfuts raided Eevcral reiiorled-, Ugnor selling places yesterday, arrtstcd pro- prietors and bartenders arid" confiscat- ed liquor valued at more Ihan a hun- dred thousand dollars.- U.S. IS SOON TO RECOGNIZE MEXICO WASHIXGTOX, Oct. Secretary of Slate Colby inti- maleil today that recognition of -the Mexican government was near. Medical Authorities slalo that-near- !y njne-lenths o( the casee of atom- ich trouble, Indigestion, .flounicss, Warning, gas, bloating, nausea, etc., ire "due la an excess of hydrochloric te.ld'In the stomach and not as po "helleye'tp n lack of digestive juices. TheM ell Kite stomach lining is irrl- latett, digeatlon 13 delayed and fooii ?purs, 'can'sirLE Ihe disagreeable symp- lomi. v.'hith every stomach suliercr .Snow's so .well. Xrlific'ial (llgcalenls are not needed In atfch cases and may do real harm. aside all digestife nlds ind Instead get'-from nny ilraggin a ferf Jounces of IJisurated Mngnesia a Icaspoontul in a (luarter- ;lass of water right after callus-. Thla i jweetens Ihe .'stomach, pro-wits the torra'afion of nscess afid and there Is I ao sourness, g'33 or pain. Biauralcd tlagnbela (In powder .or tablet form -nover liquid or milk) ia harmless n .Iba slomnch, inoxpenstvc lo take itiii -u the most crilcieut form ol magnesia for stomach pNrposes. It la nsed by thousands of .people who snjoy Ihelr wltli-nb more tear indigestion. S.J. HUNGERFORD CANADIAN NAtlONAU RAILWAYS HUNCERFORP RATING IN MAT.ONAU RAtLWAYS. ENC.NE TENDER RgADY FOR THE ROAD ifJS.lOO POUND s'v BacK day is better than the one before. We never believed could do so rmich business; and.the high standard of quality for -which this store is noted .makes, .real sale--a money-saving event "for thrifty who appreciate values such .being offered this en-'v .tire big store. Plenty of room for all.- -.Gome, whether7 you or not. It is a-pleasure-to ;sKow you .'the, new. goods', at sale prices. IS A WINNER FOR VALUE AND STYLE, AND OUR PRICES ARE JUST Half Price regular .price just cut in two. Theie die plenty to select horn but you had- better come: many exclusive Styles have been sold to delight- ed customers. Real' high-class and up-to-date di esses at the in ice of matei- ialg alone. Kegular SS5.00, 585.00, S90.00, NOW ON SALE AT HALF PRICE. UW Here's A Suit Sale That Exceeds Lowest Reductions We have gathered-togethei some of the most attractive suits in our range .of styles and have repriced them to make this sale the most notable selling event :of the -seaton Suite ir. SERGE, TWEEDS AND JERSEY CLOTH." These are well made and neatly finished-in every way. A good warm-fall means that you can wear these suits until January next.' Not all sizes, but the values are wonderful when you consider that these ate val- ues up to Rylands' Discount Sale, _ Waists and Blouses in AD the Pop- lar Styles On Special Sale Today At Popular Prices f -These are the lowest puces at which we have offeied >such excellent separate wear fpi1 many seasbns. Our close cq-operatiop with; the 'makers has enabled u> to get these at the newly loweied pficfc and ue'afe there- fore able to pass them ort to you at these V y i RADICAL REDUCTIONS ON EVERY WAIST IN JF Fine georgette- and crepe de in fine quality and big assortment of styles lo choose from from val- ues up to Dis- count Sale .Wash silk Uo oi, Lhiee different styles, all well made and all well finished in' every way. Discount -Sale and tub sill{ waiste. Some are neatly embroidered in attractive design, oth- ers plain 'neat styles. Discount Sale YLANJS -and company- ;