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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PAGE K d' Been Illegally Shipped From One Warehouse in Sask To Another IKKG1NA, Sept. hundred two cases ol In all, qiiarls, have 'been'-selted'. by provln cjal police from the warehouse ot the Pdojiiiion .Wine company, 170S The John', Shaw company, o Broadview, Bask.', alleged to.have II I4gallj shipped liquor to the loca exporting company, will be cbargeQRK, Sept Press) The far western members ot the golf team selected la represent Canada In w'th the United Slates at theiErigmeero Countijr club on Saturday notified the officials of the National., Golf Association tint they Hill be-nnahlP fo make the trip the jlaces of J T Cuth liert ot Winnipeg nnd Thomas Glllesple o' Cjaljarj, have been to Prank Thompson the Toronto tar, Bnd NorrnTffl; Scott of Montreal In addition toMhe ten regulars, Can da have three substitutes in P Nahondlisfs Object To Greeks Enforcing Peace Treaty CONSTANTINOPLE, AUK. tionallsts are spreading their propa- ganda for a .boycott against the Greeks by writing on the the piastre note an appeal urging Tiiris'to buy' from Ar- menians or merchants ot allied nation- alities they cannot'. get Ifom Turks There'is fbo'me'tal money cifculat: ing he, e now so that the small cuj- rencv nbtes arc rfsed generjll> A Mnstapfia Kcmal Pasha .circular distributed In Anatolu leads To our great regret France an Italy have associated themselves with the Boulogne Conference s decision to accent the offer.ot Yeinzolos to he Greek army enforce the peace) Case Threshed Out in Prince Had Wrong Dope DR. W. H. ELLIS Formerly .dean ot the faculty qf applied science at' Toronto Univer- sity. who is dead, aged 74. A, idams ot Hamilton ada A and 0 Andersont secretarj of the Can adlan Golf Association Some ol the arc already here and others ire on their was and It IB ex peeled that the full team will be on for practice oner the engineers course CYCUONIC ATMOSPHERE.IN QUEENSLAND feept Canadian lA SBOC is Jed Pre coij resiiorWent Morning says thb new governor of Queensland will arrhe iu the most Cyclonic political atmosphere feeling running high on Premier. Theddofe's recent failure on his Joan mission, and tte Queensland may move in the direc tioii ot dissolution of parliament reaty terms. .This is part .of the British policy .for exterminating .the Mohammedan power, Turkey. The Greeks are trying to destroy the cradle ot our forefathers. They liav_e iransformei mosques (nto.-chtir.cheB They have massacred our brothers and plundered their shops: in Smyrna. These events have been confirmed b'y tha allied commission 'whose .report favored us The very powers that disapproved of the :Greek atrocities are throwing us.. We, miist .r Ing these pirates against Cghl dtj S{ >A. period ot traini Cla'd Only in Throat Halyard He Seeks Safety in Jail PRINCE ALBERT. Sept. question as to. the right of passengers to passenger coach ot a rallsvay, was threshed out In the provincial here when W. J. Newell, conductor on the C. N. R.. was lined 510 anil costs for obstructing a discharge of his duly. It'was'shb'wn that while Con- stable'. Bahnernian was bringing two boys as prisoners' from Cralk to Prince Albert, the conductor ordered.him to remove winch were exhibits to be used against the the bag- gage car The conductor took charge of the boys while" Bannerman removed the rifles., that the bovs were out oMegal custody while Bannerman isss The argument on, behalf of the-conductor was that, under the' railway regulations, passen- gers are not permitted to carrj fire- arms in passenger.coached unless they ire broken'or in a case. The defence, was unable to produce the by-law. SALVATION ARMY SEES IMPROVEMENT IN MEN SINCE DRINK WENT OUT James Oil ver most successful novel? Sec JThe Courage of Marge 0 Colonial Mon .day The Joy Of A Perfect Skin'" L Know the joy and appiness thru possesrihg skin of, purity and eiuEi- The soft, dis- Eiushed tppearancc it ien bnnga out your oaturil beauty to m full- Tjisc over 70 yi Sept. the; second time; a woman has swim channel and failed. Jirs Arthur HamllinTi, daughter of the laje Sir Charles and.. Lady Cunningham, started at Margaret's Bay last even- Ing at Cape Grisnez, near Calais, as her objective. This morning she was forced to abandon the attempt near the South Goodwin sands Mrs: Har.iMtcr! was the first woman to make the trial since Annette Keller man failed 16 years ago. Mrs. Hilda English woman, Intend trying to swim the channel In the near future PsoTrea with a pre-riaturfi loss of Jrlost ineutable if you do not SALMON FISHERIES CHICAOO private room 'Aug. 30. Demand for -with- eunshine and' hot O'Corincll, hero of a downtown chase In which he..'one suit and one husband took, ad'mUted in muni _ r_________________________ cipal court that he had talked Jiis Enlist' Offer your sons' Advise de via} Into a job as first assistant mis serters to return to the army. We band in a Whttefish (Mont) family shall smash the enemy by the aid of nnd went to Jail for 90 of jn Our Prophet. fqrced celibacy A, came to the tie 'police--when ipha ..Tniemau of Whlteflsh' walked Into -a room In an uptown lodging house anl found 0 Co5nell-and Mrs The unexpected arrival, of the'pfr flctal head of the family caused con- siderable commotion and a. Kyi moments later O'Connell was breez- ing the street just ahead rif Trueman ana a lot of argument t -The fact that O'Connell was wear Ing nothing except a throfkl haljard a couple- of. spinnakers rc ul'C-i in his arrest by Patrolmen Forkcn and Casej after he )iad sought eaf Park ear i> street in the Willard hotel near Washington In court Trueman agreed to his wife back again to children whom she left two weeks ago when she came to Portland to meet OCon arid cold ranning.water, has supplant ed that for a dime "flop" among faring working mer according to the observations of the Salvation .Army. Lieu'tenant-Colpifel Einil llarcussen head "of the industrial department ol the army for the states west ot the said'fodij The day of Inj'donmtory or more iccuralely, ,flpp house has passed The kind of men who used to conie to. us .seskms frep teds o glad to get them, for a. dime now ask for private rooms Since prohibitior became affective J have savera of our working mans hotels, includin one in CUkago and another in Kansa City. :There Is a real need tor mod ern hotels for men at reasonabl prices, .and those -which; run lines; :Ourr.Workin Men's Palace in Chicago has 571 bed Three years ago wo would b'avejjun ten 'or twelve men-in the Palace" wit bank accounts. Last month wer 312 men in t tat nuni-who carried bank-books. 'As for the Industrial used to contain many young men who she came to Portland to meet OCon art-who haci nell A Charge of disorderly rondilet to a iSng placed against her was con'Inuccl '-nnH TJS ready to go back: O'ConneJl got off easy, according to courL attaches 'hono declared' Hepuiv Clt> Attorney I! Y Lansing Jr.who ly relax IN GOOD: CONDITION OTTAWA Sept a whole trie condition '6f the', salmon the west is very satisfactory, said W. A.iPound, asslatant 'deputy .minis ter of fisheries, who .has recently re turned after a prolonged inspection trip Tiie run to the Fraser while small Is considerably HEM vL than _was, anticipated he con tinned but this rUcr can never be natural 11 brought tmck to Its maximum of pro- ductivity until some international dlrwcled the think' this 1 ihis tissue loosening m ttic tfeck., Ifgoc" on in your gums, agreement fdr its protection has been tooJ "you; older, jour guns consufrimated i BcioW ttia normal gum hnc. care they become spjragy end.inflamed Thin you (Riggs Disease) Foilf ont of haYoPyorrhea And miny uhijeyorty, also Dofl't let a tender gum spot dc tender spots breed, disease germS enter the system V i PRINCE SAILS FOR PANAMA ;V i throufjl tiny opening tht joints or causing other ailments Imrtcdialcly get Tertian's, which prevents Pyorrhca in tirai a'hd consistently, toiiM'tlii gums and hardens tiEiri Trc in ti.-n cu Iti t'-vib. healthy Brush >onr teeth with For han's 11 cleans trtrm cccls thpm clean If Jum -ihrinVaW 1 -s already ftf, j i1 fi-io- 1'c r- d It man so In nnd up a home this and take a moths ;ltizens and there is hardly on'able-bodied man in any industrial home in the .United States ''The men who are there are nearly nil permanently disabled to some' de- grees or. they arc convalescents from hospitals who are-'unable to1 do an ordinary day's work. These, meii are not only able to take care of them iroraVerchildVen'oughtTo-bL 5aVD OConnel escaped slavej There is roora in even charges it HAS stated becail e hp little from industrial Thu Chica q home is not half SH ,r niv Mr, Trueinans is svhy the Salvation Army RIND GOLD .'IN. IRELAND I ONDOV Sept to all Alhlone ilspaUh In this mo rings newspapers Iniled States mniiiis; ell glneers have discovered gold In the hills Westmeath, .Ireland. ite facilities of these honies to every community in the SCOTTISH FOOTBAt-L GLASGOW best An ing the hrince of Wales, the A Qritish criifs'er 'Reliown cleared from hero last' night for Pan ama. 8 PREMIER OF Q.UEBEC r IS CRITICALLY ILL MONTREAL. .Sept. Noire Darho Hospital authorities rep rt tho con (lllloii of Hon II Parent of Quebec, -who Is lying.' at the Institution, as unchanged jestcrday resul-eJ as follows r Celtlr 1 Mortoi 1 Clydebank 2. Hibernians 2, Alrdrlc 0. Mothernel 0 Hnnten 2 Queens I-rk J Ayr 0 t BOTANICAL GARDENS ARE POPULAR IN ENGLAND 'fOKllAN ,9, LTD, FOR THE GUM Vcoplt eiipiiurtltii! thn p'roroant to crcatT Ijouinit-.'jl gardens iu Toronto will Itf liUeroslcd In IMa picMire. which IWE Itic liiiC'iiy writing to enter thn. Iloyn] 1( t-i in ttegont'f. I'ark, a rich feast of onfiiPil lin.t nf .inlv. tli'j i-lacc njl Uny. ffave more than doubled the size of our ReaJy-to-Wear Section'in the new our store; we have more than doubled the variety of choice as compared to our showings in any pre- vious season. l This hew of a bright, roomy, ready- fb-wear section, together, with the excellent assort- ment of stocks, the women of this city and district alt the shopping advantages of. the larger departmental stores in cities many times larger than Lethbridge, with the additional advantage that prices here are based on a. more conservative mate of overhead expense and profit on affording you the opportunity of buying'the very finest creations of the season at prices that are 10'to 20 per cent less than you will be asked elsewhere. This is not an idle boast, but statements based on facts, which will be fully substantiated when you make a personal inspection and. compare qualities and prices. e New Suits are More Hand- some Than Ever and Assortments Now are Wonderfully Complete .Beautiful New Suits to J .Handsome styles cotines and Broadcloths, trimmed with braid and embroidery work, splendid variety of styles in colors black, navy, brown, taupe, burgundy, sizes 44. WE MAKE ALTERATIONS FREE AND.GUARANTEE THE FIT. A DEPOSIT SECURES YOUR CHOICE TILL YOU ARE READY TO TAKE IT AWAY. NEW FALL HATS ARRIVING DAILY Pretty neu- styles in Fall velvets, etc., In pretty combinations and smart shapes and the new Feather Hats that are to- be In demand this on display i In our new millinery section. Very Striking Fur Trimmed Suits to Undoubtedly the very finest creations you will see anywhere thia season; materials are velours and broadcloths, trimmings of Hudson seal, sable, bppos- surri, etc., colors uavy, brown, taupe, etc. Coats Easily double the variety of any previous season, all exclusive with this store, and in all the better garments, just one of a kind. Richest Plush Coats ItO These are to be among the prime favorites this season and we have sup- plied ourselves with an unusually large stock to meet a big demand. 'Salts finest silk pile Esquimette plush, beautiful crushed plushes in short and three- quarter lengths that are among the leading favorites of the season, self or fur tnmmings--beautiful; garments. Smart Fur Trinnned Coats to These are beyond question the finest Fall Coats we.have ever had to show, made of pure wool velours, silvertones, Bolivia Tinseltones, etc., silk lined; colors taupe, brown, beaver,, etc., in the correct fitted, semi-fitted and full wrap sty leg, fur trimming of natural and taupe oppossum, Hudson Seal, beaver, etc., small and large sizes. Handsome New Cloth Coats Handsome Cloth Dresses to Made'of fine, soft botany serge, colors navy, black, brown, ,taupe, handsomely trimmed with braid embroidery work, beading, etc. Many. spec-' ial values featuring the hew pleated skirts in splendid variety. An-unusually fine selection in velours, polo cloths, silvertones, etc., in a big range of attractive styles and in all the wantecl hew fall colors. A Showing of Dresses to Satisfy All Tastes Serges, tricotines, gabardines, silks, satins, Georgettes, taffetas, etc., in a variety of. choice easily double our showings of previous seasons, and in a vange'of sizes to fit all small, medium and extra large women up to .48 bust measure. V. i Richest SI Dresses Very attractive new gowns for street or afternoon wear in duchesse, taf- feta, foulard, georgette or combinations of silk and georgette; short or long sleeve styles in the new pleated or over drape effects so much'in demand now< A very complete range' of sizes in small, regular and' extra large sizes up to 48. A Large Variety of New Skirt Styles Fine serges in navy, black, 'taupe, brown, etc., novelty plaids and stripes in big variety of choice and in soine of the prettiest combination' -colors -ever- slioiv'n here. Tricollettes in black and various colors, silks and satins in splen- did a shovying of new styles thaUncludes all the latest novelties in side'and accordian pleats, drape and straight line effects. Extra Special Silk Hose Heavs wejghl. ribbed lop, aplendifl v.-eurins- liuailiy tu colors navy, taupe, grey, sand, green, white, black, etc. Heavy Silk Glove? A specially heavy finality that many women ore buying now. in place of Colors black, white, croy, taupe, ,mode, brown, double self .or cbntfastliig mltchthg. New Atlover Aprons to Splendid quality print and crepe In specially good grade., short or three-nuarter. sjeeves In' styles that be used for a morning dress. Accordian Pleated to Made of heavy iiabutal silk in colors grey, rose, tin, black, etc., with colored Inset of contrasting in fcppe'arance jersey'biil very miich more serviceable. CLARKE CO. 614 THIRD AVE. LETHBRIDGE S. ;