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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER LETHBRIDGfe: DAILY P1KALD Wednesday, Sept. 22, is. the Holi- day Connected With I Day of Forgiveness.' Holidays, extending throughout the whole month, commenced tin even- ing, ot the 12th among Jewish eir- in the dty. The date was ine fewish New la tbo Jewish The anniversary celer bra ted for .two days by the (eta! Hebrewa in the K. of P.iJaXjff.-yritlt lUbbi Zussman and Mr." ElciaUag. Today, :S6pt..'22, IsSha holiday known as "Vnm "Day of 5ss." aLd'It IsUhe holiest .day Of all ihn.Jnwich anrUwar- s.-irles. On'this day It is the general custom amongst 'all -Jenrs to fast? The fast begins at the sunset of one ind ends at the sunset of the'follow- ing day. N Services are berni; hold in tho K. of P. hail.today.. The local community bas. received appeals from "numerous oharitablo organizations, asking the lews (o contribute, towards their un-. seep. A very urgent plea conies from ;ho Ukranlan Jews who at present are la-a very sad plight. As much'as possible is 'being donoxfo allerfato tltcir sufferings, together with those of others European countries Next ircek: will take place the Say known as or tho "Feast of when the custom of eating In small hnts liullt outside the regular residences, with open roofs and with, newly harvested be carried out. The week after Is what Is regarded as the hap- piest holiday of all, namely "Shuulm Alsereth" and "Sunchers Torah." Oi tho latter holiday the Jews celebrate to their hearts' content. farmers from neighboring town ships are calling on the'international Nickel Co., Copper Cliff, nnd receiv- ing payment for damages done to their crops by sulphur burning. The Globe hotel at Colllngwood has compelled to cancel serving meals owing-to Inability to 'secure help. A Bmlae or a Bump JK." Tin _ fta detf inlo tkoraasbb; trari f lla leicu ;t Absorb ine.J' tnrr K> bet) etuHt femJcHi; .l.o- lutely ule pleaMBI el dou col ftawl. tolll.-.l w. r. VOVNC, i.e, M Ijrmma Strabui. BY MAIL be feat absolute safety to any point iu Europe through thfi bank and its large list' ol correspondents. Oui local Manager will be pleased to advue you' Tlio fioyai Baiii Ql E. t. Miniger Lethbrldgt it The Mm of Dyspepsia BeMed By "F Lrrrtt Ils.is D'ois, C. B. "I ms a Urrible sufferer froa riaand Constipation for years, t had pain Jfler eating, belcliing gas, eon-lint did not sleep well ot night. Finally, told me la IE aweek, Uia CoDxtipation was corrected soon Ins free of pain, that miserable feeling that Dyspepsia I ooBtinueiJ tits this' splendid fruit sow I well, ..strong ligoiovf'. r HEWTpK. vton.-a box, S.toriJ.ig, trial At ;all ilia'crs sent' postptld bj> Froit-a-tivas limited. BO! LIFE OF Boys Welfare Council Consid- ers Important A Complete Survey At a well attended and representa- tive meeting of the Boys' Council held on Monday evening at the y.M.C.A. much good work was done. Mr. Petley's scheme for tho avoidance ot over-lapping and neglect In boys' activities by co-ordinating the Boys' Work of the. city was dis- cussed and certain of the earlier stages of organization decided upon. Mr. Petley reported the success "of his efforts to obtain better acconio- datioii in the Y.M.C.A. building-for tins department of its work and the good start mad o in Higu. school work. The neit matters to be dealt were the banquet for leaders, a Boys' Work Conference and a survey ot the Boy Hie ot- the city. The firrt of these will be open to all those at present engaged In this line of work. Including public school tea- chers, Sunday-school teachers, sconb masters', etc. The success'of tbe en- tire scheme depends on the rjamber of workers and still more pn'the Quality of the leadership to ''stick'! manifested by them 'idea'is to stimulate the right--spirit :among the leaders at this ba.nquet7.Ut is hop- ed to hava 'several excellent .speakers present at this affair and at the'Boys' Work Statten, the best known man in the country being possibly one of th'em. The survey made.very com- plete. 'A questionairc is being drawn up'and information' will be.'obtained if possible of every boy -between" tha ages'of ten .and.twenty-one.-in. the city. :-.Thia likely to'be' very.nsefcl to other organizations' as it raises1 points such as tfie desire for fn'rthef. ednca-' lion by raeans of evening classes.' The council hopes that an excellent response7 to the efforts of.themselves and of Mr. Petley in every of, effort. Espe- cially is this: the caps-in regard to workers various A large .'addition to .the number at present" "engaged in-this line of work would be very welcome. To apple growera !n New York Stflte with a crop estimated at 000 offer .a a. -cent a apples that retail in New. York City for.from 10 to 25 cents a pound. DR. M. ARNOLD French ptiysitian who liae discov- ered a method of airing gassed and tubercular soldiers by Initiation of tho essence of cloves and eucalyptus under steam pressure. WILSON'S FLY PADS dean to fiandle. Sold by Druggists, Grocfra and General Stores PAGEELEVBK HURRICANE H1TSSOUTH .NBW CHILEANS, Sept, tropical hurricane last night hit Louisiana coast, slrlUng 'with1 full force at a point close to Morgan City, Dr.' 1. McCliuo. district forecaster of the local weather bureau announced today: "With wires down between here and points alouB the gulf coast to the west, weather bureau ojndals today wera experiencing extreme difficulty in obtaining Information froai the sec- tion where the storm passed island. Southern Pacific Railway officials said their trains from that section were toing greatly delayed because' ot high water and destruction ot tele-1 graph ivlres. i Anifety was, eipreesed here for the, sugar and rice crops. Warnings Do'wri I WASHINGTON, Sept. cen- tre C! the tropical hurricane passed 1 inland west of. the Mississippi river j MorUiern the weather! itireau announced early today. The' jureau said the storm would diminish i in intensity. Warnings 6u tho gulf coast were ordered down at a.m. I THE CANADIAN SALT CO.LIMITED Canada is crotrlng over the ex- '...ylolta of a new Canadian Facinc Services' liner, the Empress ;6f France, Duke of Devonshire premised Auckland Geddes, by cable, that he -would preside ni a dinner given (o the now British Ambassador- at Washington by the Canadian Club at the Prince's Itestawanl, Picadilly, Loadcs, England. The specific pnr- "posc of_Lhe Duko'B visit however, was to attend tho wedding of his .'daughter. Ijidy Dorothy Cavendish, lo Capta i Harold MacMil'.aa. Re was to Ball on the Empress ot France. Thlnga looked ted at the start boat's schedule read "Sailing from St John, N. B., March The 13 was a hoodoo right enough becao.se a terrible gale set in with such fury that it vraa deemed advisable to delay lie Balliag twenty-tour hours. Capt Cook, Tie eonnoamJer, con- sulted by tie Dtfte, gave a eolenra "Your Excellency wUl be'in Liverpool at the appointed time, on the stroke of the the ship's engines can manage it" Btiam gauges were never eo Stokers irere heroes. A1, spirit oft kdveature tightened ncrrea of, alT on. board. The Duic kept date.' >Just.: as an after-thought, tie] Hoodoo pf the 13 tried to break the! Duke'a'.prtanlse by hanging a dense! fog-, over tie Mersey, but by cau-i tfous' navigation Capt Cook brought] his great vessel to anchor opposite! the Stage at Liver-1 pool at iii-o'clock on the mornlnjl of Msrch the date and hom scheduled for'lts arrival. _J ax On Returaei.Goods LIKELY ELECTED BY ACCLAMATION WINNIPEG, Sept. Morri- ,son. L. A., for nupertslnnd, his seat by acclamation, ac- cordmg' to information reaching hero today. No ofriclal" however, lias been received jet .______ Good fop Childreir In relation to the luxury tax oh Booiis under the provisions of the act tho following Jias been announced. In connection with, the; collection of luxury tax on Spoils subject to the provisions .of sec- tion 19bb, snhsectioh 1 to 3 of. tho special War Revenue act the atten- tion, of the department has been drawn to the necessity ot establish- ing regulations for. the r governance of dealers in cases where such goods are returned and the excise tax re- paid by the vendor purchaser or where the goods arei.exchanged'for those of or equal value. The following regulations-arc there- fore established in respect of such cases; If-goods upon which the luxury tax _ nrchaser to the vendor and exchang- ailorif eel for other taxable roods of pmil Kilmansou, Hates.ft Co., Uniued. vnlent vilnr- nn 11 m Toronto. Saniplo ISqx It you mention llili vmeni value no tax is upon nnosrand the delivery of the exchanged articles. K taxable goods are charged to a consumer receiving same on approba- tion the vendor Is held responsible and must, account for'the tax to tho crown: If such goods aro subsequent- ly returned lo tho vendor 33 unsat- isfactory or tor other reasons, the vendor may at the end of Hie ensu-l ing quarter, each of which shall ler-1 mlnatb on tbe last day of March, June, and December respectively i file application supported !hy affidavit'! for refund to the amounts thus repaid! to the customers .during the currency! of the quarter-attaching thereto the1 receipted invoices of the purchaser; for the amount of tho .tax'repaid.! j When the claim papers have been aminea'and found correct a cheque in j payment o! refund -svillbo Issued. .1 Jf taxable goods are relumed and 1 similar articles ot greater value nre' supplied in exchange-- therefore tax Is collectible'oil the difference In price of tbo goods returned and those supplied In exchange, a sales slip or invoice prepared accordingly being delivered to tho customer. j .If the taxable goods nro returned nnd similar less .value aro delivered in exchange, rciund of the tax represented by tho' difference fn the price between the two transactions will be made under the conditions de- fined In section 2 above. ILL IB 00 TO HELP BUILD U? THEIR STRENGTH. ENERGY ,AND ENDURANCE 'ASK DRUGGIST Own-arid Operate Schooners on SlacKqnaJe River, So Prospector Reports WANT ADJUSTMENT IN RATES TO PRAIRIES VANCOUVER, Sept. applic- ation ot.the Canadian .Manufacturers' Association will be. heard hero on Oc- tobcr 12 by of Knllway Commissioners. The application is In reference '-6 2 class rates applicable from coast points to points In Alberto, SasKalcH- owan and Manitoba, placing the for- mer on the basis outlined In tho Judg- ment on the- western tjates case. Not- ice to that effect was received hero today. Say You Want Diamond Dyes" Don't Spoil or Sfrealf your Material ia a Poor Dy.e Somervillo, Mass.. woman fre- cjnenfly complained and It was found necessary every little to change a 25 foot cord on her telornione OOurif of dampness, finally U'liyas; found ene was In tho nabit ot passing rngs, every- thing, whether silk, linen, cot- ion or mixed EDMOXTON', Sept. Thompson, American prospector from the Arctic coast recently arrived here from .Ihe country of tho Esguimi from Herschel! Isl- and to the Coronation Gulf, and in an interview deiailed the latest data re- garding the habits and customs o! the most northerly Canadians. Very little snow was experienced on the Mackenzie river delta last winter, while the, natives of this region have waxed fat and wealthy by .reason or the prevailing prices ot furs at the northern outposts, Mr. Thompson stated. Tbo Esquimaux' of the Mackenzie river district appear to bo especially well-to-do, and own a number of schooners which they operate up and down the river (o the isjands in tho Arctic sea, nml have tho reputation of being fair sailors. Mr. Thompson was prospecting and trading as fur east ns tho Coronation Gulf and in this .neighborhood was in contact with supposed blonde Esciuimnux, but as far ns he could sec there was but little difference bo- Uveen these natives and tlioao further west, they appeared to have- the same features, the only difference of note being that their eyes were of n lighter coloj. 'fn common with other tribes, those Esquimaux arc as being extremely childish and simple, nnd as companions on n long winter hiberna- tion ttiey are not at bo desired. Many of those tribes still uso Ihe bow and arrow. Fire-arms arc, how- ever, gradually making Ibclr appear- ance, but on the whole the Esquimaux 'aro poor hunters and by no means comparable to tlio Indians. The dia- lects of tbe various tribes differ, but all. are aiilo to understand one an- other, whfle-they nil unite in one par- ticular trail, thai of appreciation of the white man's grub and whether it be tinned peaches or pork and beans that forms the menu, anything whicli comes in a can ia regarded as the manna from the gods. Contrary to the general belief, Mr ThomplDn Esquimaux sufiei from the cold more thnn do the whites, one that their headgear exposes the entire face and their fea- tures are -constantly being (tost bitten. BANDITS SURROUNDED WOUNDED REG IMA, .Sept, five bandits who fired oil a provincial pollc'fc posse'after they had raid- ed (He Red Deer Lumber camp on Monday arc .at I.I I. at large, sur- rounded by 9 reinforced posse In a thick bush between Ernwood arid RoscoeY'VA-dispatch received today says an Inspector of the Prince Albert division states thill two of the bandits have been wounded. They are young Rus- ilans armed with automatics, LadiesKeepYourSkiji Clear. SweeL Healthy With Ciiticura Soap and Cuticura Talcum If You Enjoy Good Coffee .DO THIS- Order some "SEAL BRAND" mide die cnozcest upland berries, grown In Iitmn'oui tropic hilij, full of spicy nourishment and jti-ndaiing beans mended and roaatttl with rate iicilJ, "SEAL BRAND Then in making, allow ataUecpoonful of coffee to each cue1 desired, pour boiling waur on it, simmer tmnnta, char with dajh of cold water. Yoorduleradl. "SEAL whole, pouad, foe-grounJ, ia i and a-lb. tun, hetmetically aoled, to that the nadiei yoa -tkh ia ia cdgW strength. CHASE