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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1926 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN World's Largest Hangar Nearing Completion atLakehrst, NJ. [BULLETINS D1GBY. N.S.. Seal. Nova Ecotta (J.W.Y.A. lu convention here yestardav decided to ikeiuorlallzp the Dominion-govercrac-r.t asMni; that a housing tohento on the same basis as the settlement established. It was also decided to carry out a rlgorpos to Inform the.peo- ple generally is tu tmln facts in ho-JSlBg Rciolutlonc on Ibe following sub- wero passel: A Respecting the of edu- cation for rslnrr.cd which had been interrupted service; ask- agencies provincial govern- ment in large centres and that the U.Yv'.V'.A. be represented in their di- rection, aiklug the nomination pi Bir Arthur Currlo CtnjwJian delegate lo the Imperial conlarwce or veterans' organizations to he held at Caps- town, the application of. tho Soldier Settlement Act to tho fishing indus- try and other industries of national Importance offering obportuulttes for development; luggeeted amendments lo the Heturifed- Soldiers' Insurance Act, including 'an extension ol the time limit tor from 2 to years, an Increase in policy mail inura to HO.OOO; to advocate 'the com- plete re-establishment of :ill returned LONDON, ,Sept. rep- resentatives of the miners' fed- eration, meeting separately this afternoon, rejected a motion by Robert Smlllle, thtlr liader, to tafce a second ballot on the ques- tion of striking and submitting the miners' demand for a two- shilling Increase in wages to arbitration. ANGLICAN BISHOPS SAIL FOR CANADA LONDON'. Sept. As- sociated oiahupi of Oi- tord aud Worcester failed yesterday on the Canadian Pacific steamship liner Empress o( Prance for Canada. They are to take part In tho celebra- j tlcus at Winnipeg In connection the transfer of'the fund known as the f Archbishops' Western Canadian Fnnd and'which amounts to Tba bishops will themselves formally hand this sum to the authorities of. Anglican church (n Western Canada. WON'T JOIN A. F. OF L. DALLAS, Toias, Sept. Na- tional Itural Letter Carriers' Associa- tion in annual convention hero today, went on record against affiliating with American Federation of Labor. The motion not to.'afflllate carried by unanimous vote. Don't Neglect Your Skin The mammoth airship hangar being constructed ut Lakchurst, NT.J., by United States Navy. Is to 1m extended 200 feet over the original making the hangar tho largest in the world.' The structure will be feet long, 31S feet' wide, and 200 feot high. It Is expected the hangar will be completed eaiiy nest spring in time to house the giant dirigible 11-38, after Its flight across the Atlantic. The hangar will be big enough to house two trans-Atlanlic liners of the sizo of the Leviathan, masts and all. ___fA rew ckya' treatment wtt cAKTors time. LIVEK FILLS rtfl do more to den up'the dtia than thebeaitytreat.- atica Ante perfect ono-j plexiort M- caused by A sluggish Irrer. bniofpm Una for Stwnach aod for 1_____ PfoylT md Btolctar Sldn. They, end the Canadian Anglican Bishops Were Unsuccessful In Securing Men For Church Work In Northwest EDMONTON, Sept. 22. Bishop Gray is hack from his-summer's trip' to England. He-spent-flve'irceks in attendance at the Lajnbeth conference with 251 other Anglican bishops from all parts ot the results of that moelnjt as embodied series of and resolutions, together with; his'.own impressions of he saw and heard in the old country, will toe clTen br the bishop in the various churches ot his dioceie. during the coming month's, .beginning with a Eef- mpn 1n All BalctB' heit Sundays, In only one.respect ton blibop'G Tlslttd'England n disap- he" tells; The. Journal. One of tho purposes of, his-trip was toJ6e-- cure eouie additional clergy: to come to this part of Canada, but he'and other.. -that there was .too'heavy a'ihortig'e ,bf men J A BUSINESS trip u> Ccui bKomts pltunn when roo Pacific tiMlltnt dinfag ctra Mrvlce, corapirtramt wrvatlon cars, Libtrtl stop-ovir Sf. VANCOUVER, C.n.j.'s gaiewiy pjon ,0 the Pidfic, Mth Vjncouvtr Hotel of raeiiopolhan sunitarf; .nd VICTORIA, Hi of old with wcndtrful drivmnd golflinkj.' Tht Empmj Kotcl offcn Bpltndld-hotpiulity. Svmntf rowrri nov on iyr wrils. CANADIAN FACririO RAILWAY .GORDON, Ticket Agent Phono 612 even in England to make further mi- grations to this country possible on any large scale. Bishop Gray suc- ceeded, however, in recruiting a num- ber of prospective students who will come to Edmonton to take trainniug for the ministry as soon as the neces- sary facilities are available. The bishop lound great interest in Canada wherever he went, and. both during and after tho conference he gave; a number of addresses; and ser- mons on the work In Alberta and the opportunities for aggressive church et- .fort in arid around Edmonton in partic- ular. 'On all these occasions cncourag-. purpose ot turnlngoverIheEdmonton bishop the ownership and control of tho Edmonton and other church'property which has heretofore been vested In tho Archbishop's.West- ern Canada fund. Is Being Copied OTTAWA. Sept. an order presented to a special issue of the Canada Gaielte today some very far- reacbing regulations affecting the drug traffic In Vnnada go into force j Immediately. Bvery doctor and drug- j gist within tho Dominion Is to be clr- I cularlzed with a view to rounding up 1 drug addlcls, and measures are to be j adopted which will make the carrying 1 on of illicit drug traffic practically Im- possible. That the government health offi- cials are sincere In their effort to clean up tho drug evil and also that they are enjoying nothing short of wonderful success. Is shown by some figures .given out today. Compared with the three months ending June 30 last year, the amount ot cocaine Im- tortcd Into Canada for the same period this year had dropped from ounces to COS ounces. Codiene has dwindled from to J5.S16 TOKYO, Sept. Washington government wili he asked to appoint a commission a solution of Japanese-United States problems aud Invthe.event of .the passage ot the California anti-Japanese legislation, the Japanese government will arrange worth. .Morphine has dropped from 11.05S ounces to uonces and opium from pounds to 9S2 pounds. Letters received by the department from other countries show that Can- ada's method of.overcoming the drug evil is being copied in several In- stances and several experts have gone so far as to advocate tho Canadian system, as the best system so far devised. EDMONTON, Sept. the con- !aw Sllit 'iBainst the California ot the crown's case in the A. ing interest on the part ot the English in the .church people was shown in the story he told about things Canadian. Bishop Gray'hrlnga the news lbe_ Bishop of Oxford IB. to.bp..in-Ed- inonton on October j, the centenary of 'Rupert's Land .in Winnipeg. He is coining here for the On Face and Head, Itched and Burned. Disfigured. year I bscarae afftcted with It started on the chccis In a rcah, and the water spread and mzde my face scte ail around the car and partly on my bred. The skin .was very sore end red, and the treating out itched and burned so that I could hardly'help stretching. My face was very disfigured. "Then used a free sample of Ci-tlcura. It helped so I bought three cokes of Soap and one bor of pim- mcm. and my face healed." (Signed) Miss Martha Bsger, Span- away, Wash ..Fcb.U.lBlO. Give Cuiloira Soap, Oimmtnt and Talcum the care of your elln. 2Sc, Oictneet 25 and SOc. SoM throuelwut IheBominion. CanafenDEpot: bijl is uuconslitutlpnnl and a.violatioi. of the treaty 'rights pf the Japanese, according to the leading newspapers today. The-jiewspaporsJJHiy-the above gram was of the cabinet and the diplomatic advisory couucil. SEATTLE, Charles A. Morgan, twenty-seven years old, a former officer in tho Canadian and American armies, was 'brought to Seattle last night -in tho custody of two federal deputy marshals on his way back to Washington lo answer charges of desertion, embezzlement and obtaining money under false pre- tenses. Ho was arrested at Pair- banks, Alaska. Morgan's war record la said to ho ot tije best. Ho enlisted with the Can-1 ndian forces In 19J5, End was invalided home where ho got his discharge. When the United Stales entered the war, he was appointed to the first training camp and later went over- seas as a captain In a machine gun battalion. supreme court this morning the Hon. Justice Simmons refused the applica- tion of Sidney B. Woods, K.C., crown prosecutor, to add a second count to the charge faciug-thc' accused. The effect of the second charge, which It was proposed to add, was lhat Coyne had uttered seditious words calculat cd to cause discontent aud disaffec tlon. While admitting that to some extent the evidence might warrant lh_ additional count, his lordship declared that fho genera! principle that the defendant should Uuow exactly what he had to face he would refuse the application. The stand of Mr. Justice Simmons means that the case will go to the jury on [he original charge that Coyne was a parly to a seditious conspiracy. Coyne begins his defense this afier- Aftea-yeais ofdorainatiort still Canada a peference ORANGEMEN WANT POLICE TO PROHIBIT IRISH LEAGUE MEETING TOHONTO, Sept. local Orangemen slrongly protested last night at n 'meeting In this city against the Irish Self-Determtnatlon I.eaguo being permitted lo hold a meeting In Toronto shortly as "propos- ed. Drtd requested the police coramlE- sloncrs to prohibit the meeting. 11 was declared that the object of the proposed meeting wna lo "promulgate tho nefarious doclrincs of Sinn Fein In Canada." Among the' speakers were H. C. Ilockon, JI.P., nnd Hon. W. D. Mcl'hcrson. former prov- iil sccrelory for Onlarlo. HORNE PAYNE IS FOND OF A HORN TORONTO, Sept. of liquor from cars on the Can- adian National Railways at Home Payne, Ont., a village 40 miles cast of Port Arthur, Ont., also at JelMcoe, Petcrbell nntl Foleyette, Northern Ontario, has bscn going with practically little or no at- on since the railway was opened, tempt to put a slop to It, because of the lack '1 provincial police in the north country, so W.'D. Greg- ory of this city, reported yester- day to Attorney-Gcneral Haney. WANTED AS WITNESS IN MURDER CASE MONTHBAT.. Sept. local rollco today admitted that Allan A. I'otanan, alias Dnrand, who was yes- terday sentenced in Victoria, to Iwo years' imprisonment for passing worthless is wanted in Mont- real ns n material witness in the case ol Constable Thomas Chlcoino, or June 13 last. The Beauty of The Lily can be yours, its wonderfully pure, soft, pearly white sp- pearance, free from all blemishes, will be com- parable to the perfect beauty of your skin and complexion if you will "DANDER1NE" Stops Hair Coming Out; Doubles Its Beauty. A, cents buys "Dandeiino." After an application of "Dandcrino" you ran not find a fallen hair or any [Iflnilruff, bealclcs every hair shown now vigor, brightness, moro col- or and Delrnay's French Hair Tonic Itemovcs Dandruff. Daintily per- fumed. Strong antiseptic. Makes the linir full of life. Feeds the roots. An Ideal hair sticky. Sold liy ono druggist In every town. Price, One Dollar H llottlo. If you are not satisfied with it your mouoy will bo refunded. K. .lackson, Phone Prescription Scodallsl, opposite Stiver Grill. Protection and Profit When money is in a Savings Account in The Merchants Bank, it is.absolutely from loss, as far as you are concerned. All the time it is here, it S3 earning interest that the bank actually pays you to let it take care 'of your money. Don't carry unneedcd sums on your person or hide them at home. Protect them against losv theft and firo by opening a savinga account IK V M T% A Head Office: Montreal. OF CANADA Established 1884. Nobiefcrd. CALGARY STOCK YARDS BRANCH. o at B Bt Monarch BUSINESS LARGE AND SMALL This Bank is equipped id render complete bank- Ing facilities to iudividuals, partnerships anil companies, Iwth large and small. With branches throughout every province of Canada, and corres- pondents in all parts of the world, your banking business will be handled with promptitude and at the minimum of expense. Our facilities are at your disposal. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LETHBREDGE .W. 5.000.000 J I ie, Manager. Always First Fit-Reform was the original maker of hand tailored garments in quantities in Canada. Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats are'still the in the perfection of every detail of fine tailoring, as weir as in the quality of the cloth and the elegance of the finished garment. 401 Fit-Reform ;