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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE' TWELVE THE LETHKRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER J7, 1920 Demand For Baby Debentures is Increased By Heavy j Grain Yield Sept. finan- cial effects of a bis grain crop arc' already stowing themselves, accoru- ing to officials of the provincial treas- ury, Sa the sales of Albert! baby bonds. Farmers in different parts. ol the province are now buying brisk- ly, mostly through the local and at the present time the heaviest i demand is coming from the couatry. i It Is eipected that as the crop moves j out and tho money to come in there will be some brisk bond stlling from the domestic issue. To data tie total sales of this issue have been about most of which has teen to investors in the four western provinces. Some adver- tising, however, has been done in Mon- treal, and a few sales have been made in that market. The purpose of the treasury office Is to devote the-greater part of the proceeds from the haby bonds to car- rying the government's business over into the new year during the interval before the legislature meets. Most of 'the revenue for the present year has already been collected, but there will he Borne heavy payments to make in the new year, particularly In the way of school and other grants. For this purpose the funds from the bond sales will he used as supplement- ary to other revenue. i th-finite of the senate's de- is expivu'il on It U reported night classes shall about the middle 'btr. in ihv (our principal cities. PrJiLihclli'r district and iu the Four hundred miles by canoe iu the wilds ot northern Manitoba has been the experience of two Winnipeg It. McAViiliams and Piof. ,R. C. coninfsslcaer of northern who have just returued from tiie. iiuilsou bay. REV. FREDERICK G. SCOTT Of Quebec, viho has declared Uia'. '.in- decisions in the courts ot annulling the marriages ot Catholic and uon-Catholk'S performed by j Protestant ministers were beconi-1 ing nothing less than a scandal. 10 Ibs., 20 Ibs......... 49 r'iiu-st Creamery Butter, per Ib....... Swift's Ibs., 5 Pure Raspberry Jam, 4 Ib. pail....... Pure Strawberry Jam, 4 Ib. pail...... Strawberry ami Apple Jam, 4 Ib. pail.. Raspberry and Apple Jam, 4 Ib. paiL'. Finest Marmalade, 4 Ib. pail......... Large Cucumbers, special, 4 for Potatoes, 8 Ibs. for............... ....6Sc ....25c ....25c PHONF. 1314, FREE DELIVERY. J. and A, JOHNSTON 426 13TH ST. v. BANFF, Sept. nearly tucked away in various hiding places, according to evidence submit- ted in police court here, 3. Davies, a local'restaurant keeper, left town on the pretence of being In financial dif- ficulty and ostensibly bound for the harvest .fields. He was arrested at 'Northbeud, B. C., on charges laid by A. A. Thompson, to whom he owed ?245, and brought here for trial before TORONTO. Sept. hoard of conciliation which has beeu Inquiring into tho dispute between the Canadian Press, iJmited, and the press tele- graph operators in its employ has pre- sented to the department of labor at Ottawa, its findings in the shape of a majority and minority report. The. former being signed by Judge chairman, and agreed to by E. Norman Smith, representing the company, and ths latter boipg signed by David Campbell, representing the men. General agreement was reached in i regard to conditions ot employment, ivisiori of opinion belug confined to ic new scale of-wages. The majority eport recommends a fiat increase ot ve dollars per week for every tele- rapher In the service, making the ew scale ot wages aa follows Bureau operators, day per night 5al per week. Line operators, maritime, day er weeK; maritime, night per week; Ontario ami Quebec, day er week; night ?46 per week; west- rn, day per'week, night per Magistrate Wilson. Testimony in court brought out the fact that W. McCdwan had been keep- ing a black box in his safe for Davies, the latter Sad told him' con- tained A prospective pur- chaser of restaurant business testified that when he made an Inventory ol the premises he found hills of various denominations scattered between two mattresses, and the local hank man ager gave evidence to show that Da- vies had deposited {700 in his account during August, though most ol It had leen checked out. all these sums of money, Davies had consulted with ppeclor Ryan ot the police force, us to. his financial straits and had sug- gested going to work In the harvest fields. The police officer had advised him explaining first to his creditors, lint Davies went away before doing this, and hl3 arrest for fraud is the result r BlIJjlNQS, Sept. Bryan ttnce known on American rac courses as "Queen of tho Turf, wealthy and beautiful, is to he con fined in the stale hospital for'the In Bane at Warm Springs. For severa years she has been addicted to drugs She was arrested here for cashing checks after she had exhausted he bank acconnt. A sentence of one yea Jn. prison was suspended yesterday BO that an order may he Issued com her to Warm Springs. Sitting in poor clothing on a cot In the.counly Jail, she says she is wil Ing to that she cannot have drugs. "Once at ahe said last night.. T played a 100 to one shot, and won. It didn't seem like much money Although she has borne other names !l was'as Nora Ilryan that she will enter Warm Springs. At Sheenshead Bay, at Janrcz and at other hig rare courses, she was known as Nan nose. At these places she was pointed out, Sn-h An increase ?n the basis of calculal- ug overtime 'was agreed upon ua- animously. Mr. Campbell, on behalf of the men scommends that the scale ol psshail he that demanded by the to 557.50 er week, without any distinction as o locality.' EDMONTON, Sept. classes in economics and history an kimlred subjects will be held in si Alberta centers during the comin winter if a plan laid before the univer sity authorities by.Alox. Hoss, M. P. P meets with the approval of the senate ?lr. Ross has reported to the Calga? Trades and Labor council that he hnii taken this matter up with Dr. Tory; during the session of the legislature.! that the university president was fa- vorable to the scheme, and said that, the only possible obstacle would be shortage of funds. Dr. Tory promised to lay the matter before the senate BIG ASSORTMENTS OF, In All Varieties FOR TOMORROW We are specially fortunate this week in securing very choice fruits for. preserving, andyhousekeepers will find it an opportune time to order their requirements. THE PRICES ARE LOWER Delivery to all parts of the city The Palace Confectionery CORNER 4TH AVE. AND 5TH ST. Per Ib. Plantation Pe glittering Jewels and flashing Old Country Peppermint, 1 I IVI 81 i Ladies! Ladies! j 1 Lay In your winter supply and 5 g place your orders with us if p EARLY, that we may give yon g 5 the advantage of the present n low price of C. H. Stuart's Ex- I tracts, which now retail at 25c' u i. per tubo. After September 30th U; B the price will raised to SOc I per tube. 1 Specials for Saturday i j! lation an :r Ib................4UC 1; silks, as a convent graduate who y -wandered far from the gentle teach- ings of the Corpus Christ! nuns. She raarried a bookmaker, who after a di- vorce, shot her. In the hospital she was given morphine. A year later she donned jockey clothes and at- tempted to ride a race. The horse fell, and ahe went to a hospital and more morphine. The habit came after that. The "Queen of the Turf" was de- throned when horse racing under the bookmakers was outlawed. Since then her descent bas been swift. Dr. Gabor KfngsUme, fight promoter, chiropodist and the late Nat Goodwin's nearest rival, has filed suit at San Francisco for divorce from his sixth ;wifa nnd brido of two weeks, "I'll pick he declared, Per Peanut Per Ih......... Plain Ico Per Hi......... Ico Cream Peanut Per Ih. I I r1 I A UICHETERIA. 405 FIFTH STREET SOUTH lETTER MEATS FOR LESS MONEY The Original Meat Reducers Specials for Sat. to 10 r-cr ih............. Kv.-lft's S-lb. pall lard, fur.............. 1 Ib. Packet's Mrd for.............. .38c ,35c' ib....................32c Choice Veal n C Pork and Iteef Sausages, the hop! in the city. J C 2 Ibs. (or .............tOC Jlnton, by the CC- F. BERRIMAN, PROPRIETOR L, 8 a.m. CloseSjSat., Sept. 25th, 9 p.m. The entire stock is not The rnanufacturera' prices show no signs of coming down yet, and we feel it would be unwise to place the- whole stock on sale in the face of these'conditions. Oiu- policy is rather to have a steady supply of dependable merchandise at a reasonable price every day in the year. .But there will be a good selection of all kinds of furniture and home furnishings on sale at prices that will mean many dollars in savings for your pocket. J There be no comparative prices quoted in any advertisement. The sale price only will be quoted, and every sale price advertised will be a gen- uine reduction from the regular price. The original, tickets will be left on. every article so'that you will be able, to prove that the sale prices are genuine. THE TERMS OF SALE ARE STRICTLY CASH No other terms will be considered, on sale merchandise. A Semi-Animal Event Full of Opportunity Any goods bought during this1 eale will be stored free- and delivered when required. To out of Each ...........c 55C BRASS BEDS Massive continuous' post style brass bed" in' 41 ftnti-4'6" 8lze; baa 2" posts w.ith fillers, in a beautiful satin finish r of Sato Prlco- Straight post style BRASS BED, 2" heavy cap, fillers; can bo had in 7C any size. Sale Price WHITE ENAMEL dllfontit styles, some 'continuous and others have straight posts, You can't, afford to miss tills sale of >yp iieiln. Sale Price from ____ COIL Guaranteed Coll Springs; [Dado on heavy ailgle steel base with 100 best oil tempered wire coil springs; all sizes i Sale Price i CHILD'S CRTB Continuous post, drop aide crib fitted with link -spring; fillers are very' closely placed together, complete with cot- ton mattress; Sale Price GARRET DEPARTMENT The. offerings from this department- provide' you with u. splendid chance to get that carpet you liavo- In mind. The list below Is only a par- tial list of the saving in this department: SMYRNA MATS-Heavy woven mats. size 2u54. This mat is reversible and will give a life- limo'3 wear- _ Trice each........................ VELVET MATS-SIze a splendid mat for all ft on 1'ricc each..................... BEDROOM CARPETS-About a .'doVx-n rues of different, sizes and weaves at prices that will .surprise you. COVER YOUR FLOORS NOW-Our prices on .luinoleum and linoleum rugs can't be beat... Wture for the Livmg-Room Sale Price, each Another one made of pure white f el tai cotton w, n a very heavy art ticking coven'Ann'nr< Sale Price, each.................... Curtain and Drapery Department An' opportunity to 'curtain your wrndows. Curtain goods nnd drapes in designs that aro exclusive to us. Also Iota of remnants lo choose from. LACE CURTAINS Hplcndld curtains for bedroom windows at reasonable prices, for pair HANG YOUR CURTAINS ON KIRSH LOOK BETTER ;