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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1920 USIFORHEFG Revisi ising Officers Have Heen yract the Urban Centres ally the same position as does Inose who faHeJ tu lis lh'' will make up his i lisss beforf Ot-tobw 7th. lie will EI> ittiroiKh his lurtU'iiliir district, getting. -s: inose who fanej tu resists: for i (hose entitled to vote. fij-Votrng in the prohibition referendum, i In itii.lilion lo personal applies- have been refused registralkm '.'should appear before the revisbs of- ij-fleers for' particular urban dis- should uesire to have Knaiiies on the voters' lists. The an v. makes provision for persons wbo nave be uiuiie tu him by sny voter ot s0' "ral regis. r or euunwrator, s.t m the par Jlslri? ,be om 2 u oclocl anx- j iety on that account. i Of course, as usual, the large con- i suiners. such and apartment houses, will lifeely have to so to coal at the higher figure being cbarg- i for that iueL But the ordinary j run of householder who. depends on !sas to keep his furnace waiiu. will be able lo rely on the gas supply, j Whether Ihere will be a higher i price charged or not depends on' the i outcome of the Calvary light. The i local official to whom the Herald talk- argued strongly that, in the very I nature of things, there should be a [higher price allowed by the gas con- I suming public. He pointed out that HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY Giileti's Lye has long been regarded asia hold necessity because of the fact that It is in so many ways, and so satisfactory in every respect that no woman feels that she can keep house without it. Makes the finest kind of soap for washing and cleansing. One can. of Gillett's will make ten pounds of good soap in twenty minutes. Many of its uses are shown In booklet under the label, "GILLETT'S LYE EATS DIRT" Mide in Canada. CANADIAN IS 1 AGAIN PRESIDENT OTTAWA, Sept. M. Stew- art, ot tho labor department, Ottawa, was again elected president of the American Association of Public Em- ployment offices at the closing session MONTREAL, Sept. complaint to the .effect that the Canadian Paci- iic Hallway, after being granted an increase in freight and passenger I rates by the Hallway commission, dropped its intention of raising the salaries of its clerical staff, which was one of the reasons urged in sup- port of the request for additional charges in rates, was declared with- out grounds by Oraut Hull, vice-nresl- dent ot the company, today. Mr. Hall said tho company would make an au- snt of tho Incfi The Store of Quality Groceries ,ha[ i ncrancement of tho Iric'feases as soon romnanv piped the citv. now costs i as the'necessary preparation haa been j completed. TORONTO MINISTER I CALLED TO WINNIPEG oents jier 1000 for use it" the eomiKiny wins its case In Calgary. The company is holding itself "in 1 No. 1 Peaches, Freestone.............. ,s No. 2 Peaches, Freestone Gi'een Gage Plums, per Egg Plums, per case 4-baslcet case Prune Plums, per Tomatoes, per Apples, per Green Peepers, per Ib. Cooking Onions, 5 Ibs. for.................25c Economy Jars, pints Perfect Seal, Perfect Pickling Cucumbers, per case............ Grape Fruit, each.........................j5c TableFigs, perlb. ...5QC Cooking Figs, per Ib......................25c Peaches, per Plums, per basket PHONES 313 and FIRM FOR SERVICE THE FIRM FOR SERVICE j Grain is being loaded in this vicin- ity at the rate of about cars a day me. rcinpany is noicing user j and this is increasing daily. Coal for readiness to resume drilling in all I commercial purposes is taking nn al-j-fields, including the Foremost field, lotment of apiiruxS-nn.trty two.hundred as soon as the Calgary controversy Is cars dally and with the advent of coM settled. The big rotary rig, largest I weather in tbe near future this com- of its kind in Canada, will be started modity will call for Hint mini- in the Barnwell field, just east of the her of cars. i wells already sunk there. For railway use exclusively in loco-'--------------------------------- i motives and shops 100 cars are being 1 loaded at the mines on the Crow's 1 -Vest branch daily Shippers appear to I be making special effort to get every possible bushel of grain before the .WINNIPEG. Sent. Mcm- i orial Presbyterian church here has j extended a call to Jtev. E. 0. li. Free- man. of St. Enoch's cliarch, Toronto. hero yesterday. Thomas Malloy oE Regina was elected to the .executive The nauio of the organization wa.c changed to International Association of Public Employment Services; and Buffalo selected for the nest conven- tion. MILITARY CHAPTER, I. 0. D. E. ARE KOLD1NQ-THEIR Tea Dansant IN THE G. W. V. A. CLUB ROOMS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25TH -From to 6 PI. Admission 25 cents! Tea and Cake 25 cents. DANCING FREE COME AND SPEND A HAPPY. HOUR I eiid of the month. I "Keep tlie cars moving." SOCIALIZATION OF MINES IS POSSIBLE IN GERMANY I ALBERTA RHODES SCHOLARSHIP BERLIN, Sept. tion of a bill by whFch socializa- tion of mines throughout Ger- hlany might be carried out was decided upon today at a meeting of the minister' of public economy heing instructed to frame the measure. The cab- inet also decided to extend the power of the minister of finance. Ill accordance with the- announce n'ad-p the Tear UV1 Trust, ihe election of :t' USE MOVIES FOR AGRICULTURAL TRAINING I Rhodes scholar for .the year 1921 will; QUEBEC, "Kepi. 23.-That the pro- DB mane this autumn; anil those inter- i vincial deparliuent of agriculture is ested are reminded that Trust! considering the use of animated A fresh shipment just arrived in good condi- tion and guaranteed by us, as follows. All four baskets to a crate. Special: Per case Green Per case Per case SUGAR FOR PRESERVING Special with one case or more of fruit...... 230 '13TH ST. NORTH p i ti j BL inn use 01 nmniaie.ll j us fiied Monday. October llth as the: photography for the purpose of teach- i last day upon which ing scientific agriculture was announc- be received hy the committee nf -jelec. i eel hci-e last night by Antonio Ortnief, i i ttoimty minister of agriculture. No change has-been made iu ".-I __ _ i j qualifications, the followiiiK beinc es-i 1 sential j ______ i 1. Candidates must be British'sub-i jects. with at least five years' domi- cile, in Canada, nnd unmarried. They j must have passed their nineteeiitli bti'l I not have passed their 25 birth-' day on October 1st of. tbe yea- for which they are elected, 2. Candidates must be at least in their jiophomore year at some recogniz- ed degrce-Brantinf university, and (If elected) must complete Ihe work of lliat year before going into residence al Oxford. S. Candidates must elect whether they will apply for the scholarship of the province in wliicli thev liavo ac- quired any considerable part of their educational qualifications or for that of the firovince in which they reside. They must be prepared to appear be- fore the committee of selection for I tbe province they select. Medical science proves that un- healthy gums rausc serious ailments. I eople suffering from Pyorrhca (a dis- ''ff0 tile Eumi> oflen suffer from olli cr ills, such n 5 rheumatism, a nacmia. disorders, or weakened vital organs. These have been traced in imay caws to the I'yorrhca Kcrms wmch breed in pockets about the teeth. Four out of five people over forty have Pyorrhea. It begins tender and bleeding Then the gums Applications should be addressed lo tion forms may be hail upon request.) NEW PRICES ARE ALREADY IN EFFECT The drop In .prices of Ford cars, except trucks, announced from the east recently Is now in effect in Lethbridge, H. E. Mie- bach of the Ford Garage announc- ed1 this morning. A-drop of in touring cars and In roadsters has been made. The louring car will now sell at 1990.00, f.o.b., Lclhbridge. ....t.-k tAll.ll.LCU LU IIU II1C sj-stem of the in fee t ing Pyorrhca germs. 'Guard your health and your tcelh. Keep Pyoirhea away. Visit your den- tist olten. for tooth and giirh insrKC- Jion, and make daily use of Forhan'r, r or the Gums. Forhan'sFor the Gums will prevent 1 yorrhf.-i-cr check its m time, and use4 coLisistently. Ordinary dentifrices cannot do this l-ortian s will keep the gums firm and IiMltny, Ihe teeth white and clean. 35c and fiOc tubes in Canada and U.S. If your druggist cannot supply you, send price to usflircct and we will trail tube postpaid. FOR THE GUMS Cuticura Soap -----The Healthy Shaving Soap RADBI B. BKtCKNfiR Of Cincinnaii, Oliio. who may loc a call to lioiid M.wl y.vnapn Tornuto. rt B H You no'' f CZEN1A ill input fnr fcKcma arnt Skin IrrHfi- noris. It at oncfl ftnit gr.idn- wli? tlw sMn. Samplo Ix.t (liases Olnlineiit frco l[ you intiitltn tlih RDT sent] 2'.-. fur POMAKC. roe. {Wj a M ilMlm or Exclusive Every one a beauty to the more than that, there is quality in every thread. Our-buyers have selected only the garments whose materials are reconW mended to wear well, perfect fitting, perfect cutting, and the most exacting of sewn work in every feature of making assure you of the very best obtainable. Fascinat- ing Dresses Selected as the Vicar of liis hriiio, for (tualitics that would wear well, and you need but see them to appreciate the beau- ty of their design. for women rcek-somethme; ly personal in type luit wllh tliat note of imlividuulUy which is strikingly unlike ttnything else. A be- coming selection IK readily made from so large an assort- ment. Another Exclusive Showing of LADIES' FASHIONABLE COATS The dictates of Paris modified to the preferences of the Ameri- can woman of fashion influenc- ed the designers who produced these newest of the season's lat- est coats. Some have fur collars, some have tie cape-top waist style, but each of them expresses a definite and distinctive model of striking attractiveness suited to evening wear. Smart Coats for School Slrongly made, well seiVh, anil oC materials that combine good hard wear wUlt-nltractlVG colorings. Our prices'are right. 11.25to 20.00 Sizes years to H years. WEEK-END SPECIALS LADIES' COTTON HOSE l.ailin.a' uiack Cotton Hose, in full fashioned style and K'XiA solid dye. Alianl SOO pairs in the lot. Worth Tide to pair. Week-end special in CHILDREN'S COMBINATIONS r'liilfiren'K (TrMiiliinatlona, made loose knee or Iteut knee styles. 2 to S years. Values worth suit. Week-end special, r-r" LADIES' COMBINATIONS LaillfiH1 line pink cambric envelope Coinblnallona, neatly trinimnd and some'with embroidered fronts "i dainty rkwiljrti. Values worth HM to fito fry !r'.'in. Wnrik-end special, pair DRESS GOODS '300 yards of good rtresn fahric in rose, green, black anil navy lilue, full 36 to 40 Inches wide. Suit- able for children's wear. Values up to or yard. Week-end, CORSETS A final clearance of some odd pairs of Corsets thai arc well made and in flrsl-clfm shape in evorv way. Values up lo pair. Week-end Aft special, SILK HOSE 400 pairs of Kilk Hose In giey black nnvy blue, brown and sand. These are values that ore truly wonderful when you consider the price of silk hose today. Regular J2.25 value. A-i pft Weekend IpI.DU RYLANDQ COMPANY-fcjl CORRECT DRESS FOR WOMEN ;