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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta j- i TWELVE THE LETHERIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 192C MY LADY NICOTINE IN CANADA Dominion Government Will Not Guarantee Security to Russian Gold OTTAWA, Kept ot the! soviet government of Russia bars made requests that Russian gold, ship-' :ped to'Canada to pay for goods, will! De guaranteed from any oiher claims j against the Russian government. They! are asking that any gold sent to I'jn- ada to pay for gcods purchased in the Dominion will not be devoted to any oiher purpose; and they wish to secure iho guarantee of the Dominion government that the gold will be utilised. The Dominion, however, It[ is understood, is declining to give any[ uch guarantee or to be involved ini way in" the shipment of Russian) Opening up of trade relations; between Canada and Russia are! therefore at'an empasse. j ment Is that if any'Individual Canad-! ian wishes to Irauf -with the soviet or any other government in Russia, he may do so, but'at his own risk. There is no embargo on the exporta- tion of goods to Russia, J'ut the' ex- i .porter will have to make his own ar- rangements for payment as no credit' will, be furnished by tbe Domin- ion government. The point in regard to payment has irisen in regard -to news dispatches from London that the Canadian gov- ernment has declined to send a steamer to Reval to collect five mil- lion dollars In gold to pay for goods ordered in Canada by the Bolshevists. According to the dispatches, the Ot- tawa authorities might have consid- ered it advisable to send a special for a payment ot fifteen mil- lion dollars but not for a smaller sum. So far as can be ascertained here, nor formal request has been made, at that any such special vessel shall be sent to Reval. JJui, in any event, ie intimated, the Canadian govern- ment would decline to send it. Advices to hand indicate that no further steps have been taken look- Ing to the establishment in Canada of a soviet trade bureau. 1 The government." a Canadian Press representative was authoriln- informed today, "docs not pro- pose to stand in with any such bureau or to be implicated with it In any way." PROPERTY SALES IN MANITOBA ACTIVE WINNIPEG, Man., Sept. Ity in the sale ot property in Manitoba is reaching the total of the 1912 boom, according to the amount of general Ices paid into the land titles otllces, -tftbert Brummond, comptroller-gener- al announces. For the'eight months ending August 31, 1920, the land titles offices of the.province of Manitoba hivH. c-ollecied more th.-.r. in general fees, he said. The total imount collected for general fees in 1912, the big year in real estate, was To put the Leviathan "in shape to carry passengers again -would cost about and so the biggest ship in tho world continues to lie Idle U Hoboken. N. J., where it has cost to'-keep her for the rear. 1 Tobacco culture !a Canada Is an 'Industry o! comparatively recent atal tnn -m t treatment. The growing of tobacco in British' Columbia is practically confined to the area -su'rroniidipg Kelowaa in tie Otanagan Valley. The total 1919 output; amounted to about 3 ZO.OOO pounds was sold at 26 cents per pound to a. Quebec manufacturer, Interest ,lu tobacco production in the PrBnch-Canadlan province his been cozmae more to the fore every year. ij Illustrated by fact la there were ooly 1M Km dsroted io thli cnltars; In of Bsrthler, Joilette, Montcalm, Rouvllle, the indwtrr Jn curled '.OB a very large There roremment atations at t-JftOQuei de coonty ot- Mpptealm, and at countUs the to- Jrlue. la ptaat is grown for cigar rauu- tsetort, the prilclpil sown Havaoa, ConnecUcat, Penn- Oilo. Wisconsin, Conwtock, Shamera Spanish, .Cannelle, and Per- but greaier succwa u wtth inch as tairler, red bnrley, blue prior, yellow prior, hwtor yellow manmoth tha Rtd. plinters of plants of the heavier tjpe. Tbe possibility of growing and curing tobacco in; Southern clearly, demonstrated by' ihe feiperimental1 farm at .Lethbridge. Sixty pUatsl. grown in the' ceason 1919, produced' prolific .rol'.age, whlca was cured on the farm and made into cigars. Ex- periments will be carried.on a extensive scale with i view to lUhlng the industry a commercial' proposition in the Irrigation twit. The successful growing of tobacco' calls for eoa- talnlng a iood'au'nply'o'f'TeitetablV'' matter, and will yield the bwt ro- suits. Soils' depriyed ..of .hnnnsj however, rich in mineral elements, are ntrt'Suitabls for its growth. Goal! drainage of (he siitaoil water li essential. Tbe soils. of with a gentls generally excellent results, mainly on account of the.rapidity with .which an excess UL me WulCa nTI ft M_irL e Conned a cf water drains oJT.' The beat soHptr anrf ci'.ini society and established at'Salnt- a large warehouse the curing and aila of Comjtocfc Sjaa- leh tobacco as flllcra an4 bindCTa for for successful growing thoss which contain a sufficient prbportloa of clay and humus''to enable them to retain a sood.supply of Values For The Living-Raom i Bedroom Values BEDROOM SUITES Old Ivory Bedroom S'Jlle of live pieces. Dresser, Dressing Table, Bed, Bench and flocker, jirlte FIVE-PIECE SUITE Of figured gum ,wood In nat- ural finish.' Vanity Dresser, Bed, Rocker and IJench CHESTERFIELD Luxuriously upholstered Chta- lei field. Deep spring cost with loose cushions, wllh Marahall spring conslrucllon. The back nnil arms are upholstered over a spring foundation. This Ches- terfield will adrl beauty and com- fort to any home. KalR Dining-Room Specials DINING SUITE Eight-piece Dining Suite. Uuf- fel, Kxtunsion Tnblo r.nd sol o! Uhp.ira. Made or ticst duality kiln dried quarter-cut oak, in a rich finish, -i rj" nn CURTAIN YOUR Hie panel way. The latest In curtaining. All the new- est materials In felcct from. Sale price DINING SUITE Of ciK'nl pieces. Buffet, Exten- sion Table snd 6k chairs, in satin walnut finish. IOC Kalo price .........lOJ. m THRl MORE DAYS-SALE CLOSES SATVMH Plays Ball With Cages of Wild Animals During a Performance ROCK-RIBBED REPUBLICAN VERMONT YORK, Sept. Vermont is one stale ssd, in fact, the only state, in (he Union which has been consistently and tenaciously Repub- lican tinea tho foundation of the Re- uaity under oak treea and among the acorai'ls Jaikson, Mich. Whatever, other elates hate fall.ered, deviated, swerved or suc- cumbed to the onset of a Tigorloua and militant Democracy, Vermont has stood firm. The waves ot partisan- ship have raged, roared, swelled, surged and beaten agilnst It, but en- thusiastic Republicans In a day of party defeat can always paraphrase Daniel Webster a'nd "Vermont she The reason for this tenacious and exceptional loyalty to the. liepsblican party !s not oasy to eiplain. Some say that tie voters" of the Green Mountain stalo have taken overmuch of tha quillly of the green rock-rib- bed hills which ran from one end ot the slate to the other. But New Hampshire.' Vermont's selehbor, has Us granite hills and 1U high moun- tain reaches, and this has not pre- vented the stale from being frequent- ly h, li. psjiires_as ;j four years ago. when Mr. Wilson car- ried it. SNOWDON SUMMIT SOLD; GLADSTONE THERE OFTEN summit ot Moant Wales, has been Sold to Mr. tenant of the Hafod-y-Llan farm, for It includes the ground rent of the Summit hotel and several'hundreds of acres of gazing land.on the Nant Gn-j-nant slda.from tho summit to the base. The land was formerly part of Sir a Watkln's Ha- fod-y-LIan estate, where Mr. Glad- stone was a guest many years ago. The Btateman addressed a political meeting ot people near the' sum- mit of Snowdon in September, 1832. The estate was' afterwards owned by tleut-Col. Worsley-Taylor. vrho has just sold it Rev.'..A. E. il. Thompson, Trlofe- churcb, WkllacebuBft hai been invited to accept-'tho pastorate of Ccniennlal churcS. London, ijivcBllgation- by fetoal aaeute caused restauraulg tc. reduce.1 prices fsroin 60 to ICO cent CoffSe dropped from 10 to 6 wuts. You can buy cheaper "Corn Flakes" Why jiot buy Best? Ask for Genuine Original toasted lo a lurn, always craricKy and fresh, full of the sustaining nutrition o'f selected com kernels the kind most people have ca tea for 14 years better to-day than ever before. ine -fame SALINA, Kan., Sept. a trained elephant, owned by a circus showing hero, met his death this arieruooR hands cf a firing squad. Prior to his death ho furn.ishcd the curious who bad travelled to tho Bhow grounds to see a pcrformauce-a trag- edy with thrills and an Elephant Goes Jiiad." Everything wag in readiness tor the afternoon performance. Under the great white canvas tent flocked .the show-gears. mother and Hie children were all The ring- master cracked the. then from a rear lent-'came a roar.1 "Sny- der" had .taken offense nl the appear- ance of a new trainer. He refused to he subdued, and in a few minutes the crdn'tl was thrown into a They surged through holes In tho side of tho ten, while "Snyder" slarteil to play ball with tho cages of tho wild aniraala, A meal of apples anil marshmaKows nilxctl with deadly poison only added In his rase. cago ot four lions nmi'lit his pyc... and with-another roar ho selMd.thc with his trunk and lossc'l It thirty feet. Thou a firing squad with five army rifles was jiut into action. TUB shoot- ers took tlicir places on the tops ot cages and waited for an opportunity lo fire, One volley, then another, and Still another, were poured into the enraged hrlitc. The elephant made a laat desperate attempt to reach his enemies, Jiui steel-bullets hail reached Ihoir mark. A young Detroit couplo slopped their nntn In front of a "House to Ilcnl" sign. A sauve young man ap- ponretl ami offered them a leaap for ?100 a month. They Jumped at It. When the movldg van with their far- nlluro arrived the house was alrcfldy occupied, v Thh younff man owned nothing but the "For Kent" sign. Living Room Furniture That Would Look Wei! in Your Home MAKE THE LIVING-ROOM COMFORTABLE. stuffed hs nothing to equal remember the best is none too good. Fu thing one buys. Take the cost of one of the suit of years. Then take Irito consideration the comf gives. Weigh these together and you will come to furniture Is a very good Investment Indeed. We ha from which tp choose, and our prices q LIVING-ROOM SUITE UPHOLSTERED. CHESTERFIELD, CHAIR AND ROCKER The Chesterfield has large sprlilg arms witli loose pillow back, built In the three-compartment style, with Marshall spring cushion seat. The upholstering Is a high-class floral design. Deep springs throughout the act. The exposed wood Is of mahogany. This set is made by the best maker of overstuffed furniture. A Suite, worthy of a plnco In any homo. fnn nn Price, 3 pieces .....................599.00 UPHOLSTERED LIVING-ROOM SUITE Three pieces, Chair and Rocker. Upholstered all over with good grade floral larv .estry. Roomy and comfortable, with deep spring Mats and back. Very Moderately priced at LIBRARY TABLES Qunrtored cut oak, in the turned finish Top Is 28 x 4Z two drawers and two shelves nt each end. Price TAPESTRY COVERED DIVANETTE The frame is of Quarter-cut oak in tho Colonial design. Scat and back have deep snilnga covered with a high grade tapestry of floral rtc- nn nn sign. Price, complete with tnHttfcss ItU.UU It Is the room you use the most Set come over- It for a living-room. When furnishing the home, rnlturc lasts torrner than probably any-other single es we' mention below and spread it over a period ortpne gets and the pride of possession a good suito the conclusion that the better class living-Doom an excellent icltctfon pf upholstered uallty considered. CHAIRS AND ROCKERS Wo have a large.assortment of these in wal- nut, Old English, fumed and goMcn oak. Seat anil back upholstered ivith tapestry or leather. Priced from up to DIVANETTES Tho frames fare made, ot quartered oak in the fumed finish, panel sides. Tha seat and hack havo. extra deep springs covered -with leather. Usefulness anil beauty combined In these Divan- eltOB. folded they mako a beautiful settee and when opened up, a full bed. i tf Price complete with felt mattress...... DINING-ROOM SUITE Consisting of Duffel, Table and six Caalre. Fumed Oak Unffet top la 21 x 62 inchei, with hack, two small two large cupboards nnd long KnCn 'drawer. Table top is extending to 8 feel, with heavy-pedestal. Six Chairs with leather slip seals. inn An Price ,..r. .390.00 9-PIECE DINING-ROOM SUITE Uuffel, Chlui Cabir.el, Table and 6 Chalre. from quartered cut oak'in Old English finish. Huffet lop Is 20 x 48 Inches with long mirror back. Tablo top 44 Inch extending, (.0 6 feet. China -Cabinet 26 Inciics wide, 14 fnthes.deop, high, one door with four shelves. Six Chains with leather eeati, nor An Everything -in Furniture L. C. TEEPLE Phone 515 Dom. 4th ALL GOODS CRATED AND FREIGHT ;