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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER S, 1920 Domestics From old Country Cause Flurry Among 409 "Arrival of 23 Signal of Slave Market Emplojers Out of Luck MONTREAL, cnthusi- 'ftStic reception was accorded the 22 tjomestic servants from' the British who arrived here this morning jOa board one of tie Atlantic liners. The, authorities at Dorchester 'House, who tre in the .'habit of en- 'jaglns English sl'ls tor service ia Canada, under the arrangement that employers here prepay the transportation of the girls, who ifter- work cat their passage money, engaged 2? iirts in this manner, and took them on arrival to the institu- tion. Wind of their wmlus got abroad in tho city, aud Dorchester House- was attacked by a palpitating army of'ser- vant-seekers! Indies in' the creations oJ Paris anu New York, iu luxurious limousines and stately lour- ing cars, btsieseij institution and. refused admissloa at tbe (rout en- Irauea, invaded tbe 'rear, vith the result that certain sections of sedate Dorchester House- resembled ail old time slave mart with three or four ladies surrounding a girl, out-bidding each .other for her services. COIE- petition was so keen that the girls were finally bundled, bag and baggage, into the automobiles and driven off, the resultant confusion being so great that ihu matron at the Institution lost track of the servants and is In a quandary to know where any of the 23 have gone to, and the original em- ployers are, ior the lime being, out both girls and passage money. WILSONS FLY I PADS Kill them all, and the germs too. lOc a packet at Druggists, 'Grocers and General Stores. ITS UNWISE to pot off duty intilto- morrow. If yoor stcmKh is (tire Ki-naiDS ttwrinr'aUto today. A ykMwrt tnm. the 4iKomiari MADE BT SCOTT BOWNE" op soorrs IMULSMN WtlNCB.- -ALBERT, -Sept. imperial Press delegates arrived in Prince Atbert at-7.30 this csoralng. They were given a, drive to Rcii Deer Hill, from the summit of which they saw..the splendid'Vista of para coun- iaining an excellent Idts of northern Saskatchewan. from this viewpoint. The members commented on the fact that mlied farming was thp.practice, and J. S. MacDonald de- clared that no other system of farming Andrew Knox, V.P.. welcomed the, delegates, iho re- ply being made by C..D. Leng, editer of the Sheffield Daily Telegraph. Mr. to the welcome receiv- ed .In. Ouiada, declared, there were" mofe .Union Jacla and more kind rts to the square.mile in Canada :hau any other' place, in the Empire. The .trains J eft for Saskatoon noorj. In addition to the C.P-R, train, Ihereiwaa a special', all-steel C.N.R. lzvsaid to be the last word in rail- way construction .and the finest on the continent, being worth .HUMS ST. LOUIS, Sept. for per- fection of a national organization were _ discussed today by the Canadian ami British war veterans of America iu! convention here. According to dele- gates, there are in (he United States i at least iW.OSO uicu whq served in) the world'war with the Canadian j British armies. Some are United States citizens, somo Canadian or British subjects. One purpose of the organization will te to secure for these veterans the fame bonus or pension rights that are accorded their fellows lu the British Empire. Cuticura Soap The Healthy Shaving Soap XESV YORK, Sept. interesl- ng account of the Canadian career of Arthur T. Walker, chosen ns Hie resi- nary legatee of his great .estate by Mward F.'Searlea, the Mass. millionaire, is printed this FLOUR PRICE UP IN MINNEAPOLIS Sept. S Hour advanced 25 to 60 cents a barrel at the principal mills here today. A strong, and higher wheat' market sponsible tor the increase, mill- en "said. Were k barrel for family sold In''carload in SS-pound cotton bags. morning by the World. Uefore Walk- T got his feet on the highway, which ed to the well rewarded position of Searles' secretary, he was .a school eacher in a.small Ontario town. Dur ng Iho three years he was at this ichool, his salary probably did liotj ucesd per week. As Searles' (eir h5 is potential possessor of a o'rtune of World says: "Arthur Walker, now deail.'ran the villagoi ictei at Cedar Springs. It was-ln the hotel Arthur T. Walker was horn, L while he was stlira baby his parents j moved to Charing Cross, a village I outh pt Chatham, the cpiinty seat. rhe population "ol Charing to- day, is ndt'mbre. than'100. -.Here the :uture early edu- cation, in 'school, house-6J .he type in which .he later became teacher.. lie accepted the. first -and only position .among.liis own'people, that" of teacher of the Merlin village school. The poor prospect of-advance- inerit impressed th'e "young man most strpngly. V "He. place and headed for Xcw York. Tliat was 20 when Mr. Walker-was "2. Eie took the first place he could find, a clerkship, and by chance was thrown Into the association which; led to his selection by Searles "Mr.' WalSer hasTa Brother, David, a live stock living-Tin a- farm not far from Charjng Cross." Save Certificates for Wearever Aluminum t. I ..BOflVNBp NABOB ICOFFEB, BUT0HETERIA 405 FIFTH STREET SOUTH BETTER MEATS FOR LESS MONEY Specials for Sat. 15c Roait TO THE8E ARE NO. 1 QUALITY MEATS AND ALL FRESH KILLED, SPECIAL' PRICES TO FARMERS AND -.THRESHING OUTFITS. Choice JJsef floagt Choice Veal per pound Leg Mutton per pound Shoulder Mnfton per pound.............. Finest Pork ana Hausafie, 2 lor...... pound pall SwlH's I.ard.................. 1 pound packet of Lard.................. MUd Cured Corn Beef 20c 23c 32c 45c 95c 35c 15c F. BERRIMAN, PROPRIETOR Arthur "T. Walker of Cedar Springs, Oniario, Gets For- tune of Millionaire Kivtlen Mia en Carwotcis ir your Glorc i) not Us led here, ttt your dealer BOB LONG UNION MADE GLOVES by skilled workmen froca strongest leather briCt and piieble. R. G. LONG Co.'Limilea 'TORONTO MoaittJ Bfli Lyvf Krcudi Cwtt 19 Coast BRITISH VETERANS IN.U. S, IN SESSION That is Opinion of Board .Commerce in Hestraining Order Sept. Canadian that in Us opinion, tte prices of Toronto milk aud cream producers' association are li ly to th6 detriment aud against the interest of the public aud conctitute a combine, tie board of commerce. In au order made public today, rtemaads the appearance of officials of this oVgauization at a sit- ting to be. hel4 on Thursday. Septem- ber IhB.Torosito C'ity lialL The onicr'.Testrains the asfqciatidn until a'fu'rlher order is.issu'ed which will be dene days, from demanding a hlgh'er price than that of August, namely 53.70 per can de- livered. 3T. LOUIS, Mo, Sent. first anuual convention in British Canadian' War Veterans of America oponou uill Saturday. Efforts v.ill be made at the convention, rdclpatcs asserted, to 'amalgamate the association with tho BIG TIMBER SALE PAIIRV Sepl. ConaideraWc. Interest' ivas takm by prominent lumber-men of Georgian Bay.aud the sale of tho timber limits, said to con- tain feet of first-glass hem- standing timber, on the Indian, reserve ot.thn Gibson Indians, whltfn was held-here yesterday at the office of Alex. Logan, [ndlah agent. There was a good deal of rivalry in the bid- ding. The limit ivas purchased by McGibbo'iis, Limited, Pcnetangulshene, for The'reserve bid was The Store of "SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY 98 poimds 49 pounds Flour 24 pounds Flquv..................... 20 pounds Rolled Oats '8 pounds Rolled Oats 20 pounds Rogers Syrup 1Q pounds Rogers Syrup 5 poimds Rogers Syrup.............. 2 pounds Rogers Syrup.............. pounds 20 pounds Sugar 10 pounds Sugar....................... Bulk Dates, per pound Prurif Plums for preserving. Good Ripe Tomatoes, per basket ...........60c ...92.00 ,...95c DR. CHOWN WILL American Volunteers of the Canadian Expeditionary y-hich has.head- quarters in Chicago. SAIL FOR CHINA! TOKOXTO, Sept. Dri Ch'oirn, general superintendent of the Methodist church of, Canada and man of the Methodist board of miss-! Ions, if U.I sail for China at the .end oti this month on an official visit spection hi 'W.est Chtpa. 303S3CQUGHS CLEVELAND, Ohio, will he observed at League Park as memorial day for Ray C-hapmajt, the Cleveland died' as the result ol being 'hit by a pitched ball in New York several, weeks ago. Ten minutes previous start of the Cleveland-Detroit game, a the Cleveland naval reserves' of which Chapman was a member, will sound taps andjhe flag; will be half- masted. The players of both teams and tho fans will stand at attention. Then a clioir of 1.00 voices, will sing "Lead Kindly Light." prchea will furnish the music. _i It will bo the first gume at home since Chaprnan's death. A Visit to Teeple's Furniture Store Will Solve the Problem of Making the More Cozy for the Fall and Winter Months We have just received .two cars of Furniture. One car of Upjiolltercd Goods and one car of Dining Room Furniture, which are now on diiplay is ..our.lftrge. show rooms. .1 WE INVITE THE PUBLIC TO VISIT OUR STORE AND GET OWR PRICES. NO OBLIGATION TO BUY; WE ARE PLEASED TO .SHOW- ..In tliese.yoii'wil! find tho largest assortment ever shown in Lothuridge. All of our Chester- fields have the'Marshall sanitary spring cushions; 'spring backs; "some large pillow arras, while the smaller sets have large roll.arme. p.ieces priced.from up to TORONTO. Sept. F. H. K. C., for the- Express Traffic Association of Canada, opened the pro-, ceeclings at the Dominion railway j board reading formal application' of the express companies for a 40 per cent, increase In rates. Hon. F. II. chairman of the board, was not present. Tho com- missioners in attendance wore: A. ery larse assortmefit of illfTcrcnt designs in walnut, Old Kngltah anf filmed Oak, upholstered with tapestry ther. 'Priced from 50 tip to Secretary arid Desks One of he very aceeptadh lit muft humeij. A place to keep '-doKJ mil Mada of ruiarlcred 'cut Yjak finish- in Dirt English and mahogany! Priced from to if Bed Room Divanettes Frame of quarter cut oak In the foincu finmn: scat aurl hack upholstered vrlth leather or tapes- try. Wuen open forms "a, full slza bed with good fell matlresa. Upholstered in Tapestry Upholstered ih leather Consistinp of .Dresser, Table, Chiffon- EeVl, Chair and RiJck- er, In' wainui; fumed oat; arid'old (cory. and Chiffon- iers and Dressing Finished In mahogany, olrt iTOrj'i Old flngli.lh, ftimcd and golden oak, ft-hlto enafnel AT PRICES TO SUIT EVERY POC- V L C. TEEPLE PHONE 515 DOMINION BLOCK EVERYTHING IN FURNITURE' 4th AVENUE ;